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16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Soldiers Laid To Rest
Gravesite Index

Of the 2140 soldiers who served in the 90-day and three year regiments, as of December 6, 2015:
829 soldier's information listed (37.9%) including:

532 soldiers with gravesite images

264 Honor Role soldiers who died while in service

Note: Soldiers who died or were killed during the war after moving to different units are also considered Honor Role on this website.

39 soldier's with links to their Soldier's Profile page on this website

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SoldierRankCompany
Regiment/State
Date of BirthPlace of BirthDate of DeathPlace of DeathCause of DeathCemeteryCemetery LocationNotes
Achamire, John H Private B September 21, 1840 Millersburg, Ohio December 10, 1929 Sweet Springs, Missouri Fairview Sweet Springs, Missouri wounded in thigh at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; successful farmer in Missouri after war
Adair, William M Private E (90-day) abt. 1831 August 10, 1905
Adams, George Private B abt. 1837 June 28, 1901 Glenmont, Ohio
Adams, James Private A August 15, 1824 England October 2, 1905 Zanesville, Ohio Greenwood Zanesville, Ohio likely related to Richard
Adams, Richard Private A April, 1816 England March 24, 1903 Zanesville, Ohio Greenwood Zanesville, Ohio likely related to James
Adams, Robert Private A abt. 1841
Adkinson, Dustin B Private B abt. 1838 1896 Waterloo Waterloo, Indiana
Alford, Charles
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 F
2 F 114 Ohio
3 A 114 Ohio
4 C 48 Ohio
1833 September 18, 1895 Allegheny Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
Alley, Frederick
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 G
3 I
4 G 163 Ohio
April 28, 1836 Germany March 25, 1909 Napoleon, Ohio locomoter ataxia Glenwood Napoleon, Ohio name on Ohio roster as Alley; research indicates one in same as Aller
Allman, Emanuel
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 A 62 Ohio
3 D 67 Ohio
May 27, 1841 Ohio October 8, 1921 Byesville, Ohio Northwood Cambridge, Ohio listed as Samuel on some military records
Alman, William J Private C (90-day) 1837 England November 27, 1896
Ambrust, Nicholas Private A abt. 1830 February 20, 1911 name spelled Ambrust on some military records
Anderson, Alfred G
1 Private
2 Private
3 Hosp Stew

1 I (90-day)
2 C 64 Ohio
3 FS 64 Ohio
January 6, 1844 Richland County, Ohio May 17, 1909 Merrick County, Nebraska Rose Hill Palmer, Nebraska
Anderson, Cyrus B
Soldier's Profile

1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 C 39 Ohio
April 29, 1837 February 22, 1923 Diamond or Granby, Missouri Diamond Diamond, Missouri re-enlisted in 39th OVI as a substitute
Anderson, Erasmus Private E abt. 1830 May 22, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi killed in action Second Assault on Vicksburg: "wound through chest" Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Anderson, Francis M Private I 1839 March 27, 1881 Butler, Indiana some information from 11th Reunion transcript; conflicting information everywhere
Anderson, Isaac Private H (9-month) 1835 February 21, 1924 Marshallville, Ohio Saint Michaels Marshallville, Ohio some military records erroneously list soldier died July 15, 1863, Lexington, Kentucky
Anderson, James W Corporal E March 23, 1842 Coshocton, Ohio August 10, 1916 Los Angeles, California Angelus Rosedale Los Angeles, California
Anderson, James
1 Private
2 Private

1 H 20 Ohio (90-day)
2 F
abt. 1837
Anderson, John Private I abt. 1822 September 18, 1863 Chalmette, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Roster of Ohio Soldiers lists this soldier as having mustered out 10/31/1864
Anderson, William M Private B January 8, 1841 Pennsylvania June 20, 1902 Holmes County, Ohio Welcome Welcome, Ohio
Anderson, William H
1 Private
2 Lieut

1 G (90-day)
2 H 80 Ohio
May 24, 1840 April 11, 1912 Highlands, North Carolina
Ankerman, William S Sergeant K May 11, 1839 Congress, Ohio May 7, 1921 Congress, Ohio Burbank Burbank, Ohio County
Arbogast, William H
1 Private
2 Private
3 Sergeant

1 E (90-day)
2 A 94 Ohio
3 A 94 Ohio
June 22, 1840 Clark County, Ohio April 10, 1903 Springfield, Ohio Ferncliff Springfield, Ohio
Armstrong, William V Private K abt. 1843 August 13, 1908 Wayne County, Ohio
Armstrong, William Private H (90-day) May 6, 1832 Cumbria County, England June 20, 1914 Pine Village, Indiana Pine Village Pine Village, Indiana
Arnold, Joseph
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 D
2 2 United States Verterans Reserve
December 24, 1843 Switzerland April 6, 1884 Saint Josephs Dover, Ohio
Arnold, William A
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Sergeant

1 H (90-day)
2 H 116 Ohio
3 H 116 Ohio
April 18, 1834 Virginia November 6, 1916 Fredericksdale, Ohio arterioschlerosis Mount Ephraim Mount Ephraim, Ohio
Arrington, George H Corporal D abt. 1834 Virginia June 3, 1896 Pataskala Pataskala, Pennsylvania
Ault, Henry E Private C (90-day) October 13, 1833 May 19, 1866 Wayne County, Ohio St. Michaels Marshalville, Ohio
Ault, Isaac Private C (90-day) August 12, 1836 Wayne County, Ohio February 1, 1911 Oronogo, Missouri Weaver Purcell, Missouri
Babb, Thomas J Private A abt. 1835 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; gunshot wound Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Bagent, James M Private D July 7, 1839 Coshocton, Ohio June 22, 1925 Frazeysburg, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Bagent, Thomas J Private D August 25, 1842 Coshocton, Ohio March 19, 1922 Frazeysburg, Ohio listed on muster role of February 28, 1863 as having deserted November 23, 1862
Bahl, Perry W Private C 1843 Wooster, Ohio May 15, 1929 San Diego, California Mt. Hope San Diego, California
Bainter, John H
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 E 2 Ohio
abt. 1817 January 27, 1863 Murfreesboro, Tennessee pneumonia La Harpe La Harpe, Illinois actual burial site unconfirmed; based on application for headstone 1937
Baird, George W Private D (90-day) abt. 1823 May 21, 1863 Plainfield Plainfield, Ohio this information is tentative; believed to have died at home
Baker, Brinton
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 1st Srgt

1 E (90-day)
2 D 44 Ohio
3 D 8 Ohio Cavalry
January 24, 1842 Yellow Springs, Ohio November 4, 1925 Dayton, Ohio Woodland Dayton, Ohio
Baker, David
1 Private
2 Private
3 Sergeant

1 C
2 D 9 Ohio Cavalry
3 D 9 Ohio Cavalry
May 15, 1843 Wayne County, Ohio March 15, 1908 Norfolk, Virginia Elmwood Norfolk, Virginia resided in Stony Creek, Virginia, in later years
Baker, Isaiah A
1 Private
2 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 H 51 Ohio
November 6, 1841 Coshocton County, Ohio October 26, 1865 Illinois Claypoint Coshocton County, Ohio died on troop train en route Victoria Texas (muster out city) to Columbus, Ohio
Baker, Thomas M Private D abt. 1842 February 1, 1863 Young's Point, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Baker, William H Private K (90-day) abt. 1840 December 22, 1909
Balo, Stephen F
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 H 97 Ohio
May 7, 1836 Switzerland April 9, 1907 Adam's Mills Adam's Mills, Ohio 97th Ohio - wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee and Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia
Banford, James
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 A (90-day)
2 F 51 Ohio
3 F 51 Ohio
1840 July 11, 1910 Linton, Ohio Plainfield Plainfield, Ohio
Bankard, Henry
1 Private
2 Private

1 F
2 A 114 Ohio
abt. 1825 April 7, 1870 Dayton National Dayton, Ohio
Banwell, William H
1 Private
2 2nd Lieut
3 1st Lieut

1 E (90-day)
2 F 44 Ohio
3 B 44 Ohio
September 10, 1832 Andover, Ohio March 31, 1912 Orleans Orleans, Nebraska some records indicate he became Captain, Company B, 44th OVI; post-war prominent physician Clark County, Ohio
Barnes, Franklin E Private K abt. 1843 December 22, 1861 Camp Dennison, Cincinnati, Ohio febris typhoides Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio soldier never left the state of his enlistment
Barnett, George W
1 Private
2 Private

1 F (90-day)
2 A 51 Ohio
August 8, 1832 September 4, 1907 Fair Street New Philadelphia, Ohio
Barnett, John B
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal
4 Sergeant

1 H (90-day)
2 A 78 Ohio
3 A 78 Ohio
4 A 78 Ohio
abt. 1840 August 10, 1879
Barnhill, Francis M Private G abt. 1843 May 22, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi killed in action Second Assault on Vicksburg; gunshot wound to the head Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Barrington, George C Private H March 1, 1843 Neptune, Ohio August 23, 1910 Salina, Kansas Gypsum Hill Salina, Kansas
Bart, Valentine Private C abt. 1844 January 8, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana disease
Barth, Frederick C
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal
4 Sergeant

1 D (90-day)
2 F 51 Ohio
3 F 51 Ohio
4 F 51 Ohio
December 8, 1841 Coshocton County, Ohio August 25, 1926 Dayton, Ohio Dayton National Dayton, Ohio
Barton, Edward
1 Private
2 Private
3 Sergeant
4 Private
5 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 F 62 Ohio
3 F 62 Ohio
4 F 62 Ohio
5 F 62 Ohio
abt. 1840 April 2, 1913 Waco, Texas
Barton, William J
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 H (90-day)
2 I 85 Ohio
3 A 159 Ohio
July 19, 1837 Cumberland, Ohio December 26, 1913 Bellefontaine, Ohio Bellefontaine City Bellefontaine, Ohio
Bassett, Nicholas H
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 D (90-day)
2 F 51 Ohio
July 29, 1840 Montgomery County, New York October 20, 1926 Coshocton, Ohio Plainfield Plainfield, Ohio
Baughman, Abraham J
1 Private
2 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 E 32 Ohio
August 5, 1837 Ohio October 1, 1913 Mansfield, Ohio Mansfield Mansfield, Ohio journalist after war
Baughman, Benjamin R Private E July 27, 1842 August 25, 1921 Ashley, Indiana
Baughman, Southerland Corporal A abt. 1840 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; gunshot wound
Bay, Alexander E Private I abt. 1843 July 27, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi typhoid malarial fever
Beadling, Samuel
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 H (90-day)
2 B 97 Ohio
3 B 97 Ohio
February 16, 1842 Pennsylvania August 8, 1929 Weirton, West Virginia Northwood Cambridge, Ohio brother of William
Beadling, William
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 Private
4 2nd Lieut
5 1st Lieut

1 H (90-day)
2 G 62 Ohio
3 H 62 Ohio
4 G 62 Ohio
5 G 62 Ohio
April 9, 1840 Allegheny County, Pennsylvania July 18, 1863 Morris Island, South Carolina killed in action Second Battle of Fort Wagner City Cambridge, Ohio brother of Samuel
Beal, Isaiah S 2nd Lieut C October 5, 1829 Union County, Ohio March 19, 1921 Red Cloud Red Cloud, Nebraska
Beal, Simon Private K July 20, 1840 October 28, 1914 Medina, Ohio arteriosclerosis Spencer Spencer, Ohio
Beall, Elijah
1 Private
2 Private

1 H (90-day)
2 G 62 Ohio
abt. 1833 May 31, 1865 Fort Monroe, Virginia from wounds received at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865 Hampton National Hampton, Virginia died as member of 62nd OVI
Beam, Benton Private G abt. 1841 Ohio April 6, 1918 Marshalltown, Iowa Iowa Veterans Home Marshalltown, Iowa some records may indicate full name as Thomas H. Benton Beam
Beam, Elza
1 Private
2 Private

1 B (90-day)
2 K 82 Ohio
abt. 1839 Mifflin Mifflin, Ohio
Beard, Job M
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 E 102 Ohio
3 E 102 Ohio
April 25, 1835 December 12, 1884 Old Claysburg Claysburg, Pennsylvania death information based on unconfirmed but highly likely soldier of Co. E 102nd OVI
Beardsley, Robert B
1 Private
2 Private

1 A (90-day)
2 F 51 Ohio
July 5, 1831 Loraine County, Ohio April 19, 1928 Bloomington, Illinois Evergreen Memorial Bloomington, Illinois
Bechtel, Jacob L
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal
4 Corporal

1 I (90-day)
2 H 59 New York
3 H 59 New York
4 B 59 New York
December 20, 1833 Chambersburg, Pennsylvania September 16, 1918 Fresno, California Angelus Rosedale Los Angeles, California
Bechtel, James M
1 Corporal
2 Private
3 Sergeant
4 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 C (90-day)
3 C (90-day)
4 E 4 Ohio
May 24, 1842 Wooster, Ohio September 14, 1926 Hamburg, Iowa Tecumseh Tecumseh, Nebraska
Beck, William S Private C June 24, 1818 Pennsylvania June 12, 1904 North Manchester, Indiana South Pleasant Methodist Church North Manchester, Indiana became Methodist minister after war
Beckart, Andrew D Private A July 31, 1841 Zanesville, Ohio February 9, 1920 Dayton, Ohio Woodland Dayton, Ohio
Bedwell, Lewis K
1 Private
2 Private
3 2nd Lieut

1 F (90-day)
2 B 80 Ohio
3 B 80 Ohio
April 18, 1838 Ohio March 4, 1862 New Philadelphia, Ohio bronchial infection contracted during service with 16th OVI Fair Street New Philadelphia, Ohio while sick, raised and was elected 2nd Lieutenant of Company B, 80th Ohio Volunteers, forced to resign before taking the field and soon died
Beegle, Benjamin F Private G (90-day) April 22, 1841 Millersburg, Ohio February 21, 1922 Millersburg, Ohio Beaver Beaver, Pennsylvania brother of Joseph
Beegle, Joseph A
1 Private
2 Private

1 E
2 B
April 28, 1844 Millersburg, Ohio December 28, 1919 Leesville, Ohio Fairview Galion, Ohio brother of Benjamin
Berry, Francis M
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 E (90-day)
2 D 146 Ohio
March 2, 1838 Ohio August 24, 1908 Clarinda, Iowa Clarinda Clarinda, Iowa
Berry, Hamilton Corporal H 1834 Ohio January 23, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky gunshot wound Mound City National Mound City, Illinois official Ohio roster lists as having been mustered out October 31, 1864, Circular #36; Berry was wounded at Chickasaw Bayou, sent to hospital in Pacucah, and regiment lost track of him after his death
Berry, Patrick Private A abt. 1824 July 6, 1864 Morganza, Louisiana drowned fell into Mississippi River while disembarking steamboat on which he had just returned from hospital stay in New Orleans
Bessey, Amos J Corporal K August 23, 1839 Wayne County, Ohio May 4, 1907 Kansas Fairview Coffeyville, Kansas
Bevington, Benjamin S Private A (9-month) August 26, 1841 Holmes County, Ohio February 2, 1930 Orrville, Ohio cerebral hemorrhage Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio
Bible, Harrison
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 I 51 Ohio
3 C 17 United States Verterans Reserve
4 F 51 Ohio
July 5, 1835 Rockingham County, Virginia January 13, 1899 Jackson, Ohio lung trouble Ward Bath, Ohio with 51st Ohio wounded in right arm at Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Bigham, William B Private C February 3, 1844 February 9, 1912 Woodland Cleveland, Oklahoma
Bird, Henry
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 H 51 Ohio
3 H 51 Ohio
March 22, 1843 January 10, 1915 Hudson Hudson, Illinois
Bird, Thomas B
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 2nd Lieut

1 D (90-day)
2 G 102 Ohio
3 G 102 Ohio
October 24, 1841 Monroe, Ohio April 5, 1920 San Diego, California teacher post-war, school principal/profes, Denver, CO; lived in San Diego, California, area, probably with daughter Eva Bosworth a newspaper reporter for San Diego Union & Tribune papers; two years at National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, LA area
Blew, Nelson Private B (90-day) December 14, 1835 March 19, 1900 Fairhaven Lattasburg, Ohio
Boddorf, Israel Private F abt. 1841 August 30, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri disease Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Bodine, Joseph D
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 E 4 Ohio
2 C
3 A 114 Ohio
abt. 1841 November 10, 1919 Lynn Haven, Florida Mt. Pleasant Methodist Metz, Indiana
Boles, James Private A (9-month) abt. 1841 April 15, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Boling, John G Private B October 20, 1841 April 20, 1916 Nashville, Ohio Nashville Nashville, Ohio
Boling, John M 1st Lieut B December 3, 1838 Holmes County, Ohio March 15, 1926 Starwood, Iowa Clarence Clarence, Iowa
Bonar, Mathew L
1 Corporal
2 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 8 1 New York Sharpshooters
March 5, 1838 Lucasville, Ohio August 11, 1892 Bellville, Ohio Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Boner, Andrew J
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 G (90-day)
2 F 65 Ohio
3 B 60 Ohio
March 25, 1841 Holmes County, Ohio March 12, 1897 Holmesville, Ohio Prarie Township Holmesville, Ohio
Boon, Hugh C
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 G (90-day)
2 G
October 24, 1840 January 23, 1936 Poncha Springs Poncha Springs, Colorado wounded December 29, 1862, at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou
Boor, George Private C abt. 1838 October 4, 1922 Sandusky, Ohio
Boor, John N
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 C (90-day)
2 D 9 Ohio
3 D 9 Ohio
July 18, 1834 November 4, 1917 Wayne, Ohio Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Borton, Solomon Private H abt. 1835 Auglaize County, Ohio April 26, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky typhoid pneumonia Knoxville, Tennessee burial location from Reunions of the 16th Regiment, O.V.I.
Botsford, Eli W
Soldier's Profile

1 Captain
2 Major

1 C
2 FS
1821 Newtown, Connecticut March 6, 1894 pneumonia Wooster Wooster, Ohio took command of regiment after Lt. Col. Kershner was captured at Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 until June, 1863
Bowles, Samuel Private C abt. 1837 January 25, 1890 Bellbrook Bellbrook, Ohio cemetery record from 1894 - not currently found on FindAGrave.com
Boyd, Robert Corporal C 1841 September 15, 1863 Wooster, Ohio tuberculosis Wooster Wooster, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Boyd, Willis S Private K (90-day) 1840 1876 Dresden, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Boyer, George Corporal G November 15, 1840 Stark County, Ohio November 26, 1928 Glendale, California Forest Lawn Memorial Park Glendale, California
Braden, Lafayette W
1 Private
2 Private
3 Hosp Stew

1 C (90-day)
2 G
3 FS
abt. 1837 December 2, 1861 Wooster, Ohio diptheria Wooster Wooster, Ohio died while on sick furlough
Brandt, William H Private C July 10, 1839 November 2, 1924 Plain City, Ohio
Bransetter, Andrew C Private C 6, 1843 Wayne County, Ohio October 22, 1936 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Brashear, Basil B
1 Surgeon
2 Surgeon
3 SurgGenl
4 MedDirec

1 FS 19 Ohio (90-day)
2 FS
3 United States U.S. Command
4 United States U.S. Command
1822 Bransville, Pennsylvania October 22, 1903 Upper Marlboro, Maryland Glendale Akron, Ohio regimental surgeon and went on to become Medical Directory of the Department of the Gulf
Brashear, Catherine W October 16, 1828 New Philadelphia, Ohio May 29, 1883 Akron, Ohio Glendale Akron, Ohio appointed matron by husband, Surgeon Basil Brashear, was nurse and assistant to husband; considered "Mother of the Regiment"
Brenizer, George S Private A (9-month) March 5, 1845 January 3, 1936 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Brewer, Benjamin F
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Private

1 H
2 G 156 Ohio
3 C 185 Ohio
April 12, 1844 St. Mary's, Ohio April 15, 1921 Sidney, Ohio Graceland Sidney, Ohio
Brightwell, John Private A (9-month) abt. 1839 February 17, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri nephritis Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Broas, Richard MC
1 Private
2 Private

1 A (90-day)
2 G 80 Ohio
March 2, 1844 New York, New York March 4, 1928 Ashalnd, Kentucky Swiftwater Swiftwater, Pennsylvania some records indicate rank of Corporal achieved but this has not been confirmed
Brougher, Andrew Sergeant F abt. 1831 February 21, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky empyema from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Mound City National Mound City, Illinois record of burial site from Ohio Roster of Soldiers in the Civil War - cannot be confirmed
Brown, Frederick W Private H 1838 March 20, 1923 Pasadena, California Mountain View Altadena, California
Buchanan, Isaac B Private B July 2, 1841 February 12, 1862 Camp Dennison, Cincinnati, Ohio typhoid fever Gorrell Holmes County, Ohio assumed reinterred from Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio; half brother of William, below
Buchanan, William H
Soldier's Profile

1 Private
2 2nd Lieut
3 2nd Lieut
4 1st Lieut
5 1st Lieut
6 Captain

1 C (90-day)
2 K
3 I
4 F
5 H
6 F
1825 Stachur, Scotland September 2, 1896 Topkea, Kansas post-war farmer, carpenter in Kansas
Buchanan, William
1 Sergeant
2 1st Srgt
3 2nd Lieut

1 B
2 B
3 A 166 Ohio
October 11, 1831 Ohio abt. 1879 half brother of Isaac B.
Buckaloo, Isaiah/Israel Private D abt. 1819 March 30, 1888 Zion Lutheran Church Adamsville, Ohio real first name believed to be Israel
Buckmaster, Archibald Corporal E January 1, 1843 Holmes County, Ohio July 24, 1875 Adams County, Indiana Decatur Decatur, Indiana
Budd, John Corporal G May 4, 1841 Paint Township, Wayne County, Ohio December 31, 1917 Edinburgh, Ohio pneumonia Edinburg Edinburg, Ohio unsubstantiated information mentions soldier taken prisoner July 22, 1862, and was in Andersonville Prison until October 31, 1864
Bugle, Thomas W
1 Private
2 Private

1 E
2 1 Wisconsin Light Artillery
August 23, 1842 Millersburg, Ohio August 6, 1891 Ohio Veterans Home Sandusky, Ohio 16th Ohio records list last name as Bugle; other records show Beegle
Burchfield, Jacob M
1 Musician
2 Private

1 F (90-day)
2 C 80 Ohio
1837 Ohio May 27, 1897 Sandusky, Ohio a drummer; captured February 25, 1865, near Camden, South Carolina with 80th OVI; brother of John; died at Soldiers & Sailros Home, Sandusky, Ohio
Burchfield, John S
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Private
4 Private

1 F (90-day)
2 G 126 Ohio
3 G 126 Ohio
4 129 2 United States Verterans Reserve
1841 Ohio brother of Jacob
Burns, James
1 Private
2 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 I
1836 November 25, 1892 Cleveland, Ohio County Woodland Cleveland, Ohio
Burntnett, David/Daniel
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 B 186 Ohio (100 days)
abt. 1823 March 27, 1884 Wooster, Ohio multiple spellings of last name include Burntnett, Burtnett, Burtlett, Bartlett
Butler, Lewis
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 D
2 A 159 Ohio
3 24 Ohio Light Artillery
1844 December 27, 1926 Denver, Colorado Crown Hill Wheat Ridge, Colorado
Butler, William F
Soldier's Profile
Private D abt. 1836 Muskingum County, Ohio January 29, 1877 Dresden, Ohio Sherrod's Chapel Muskingum County, Ohio
Callihan, Simon P Corporal I August 3, 1839 Pennsylvania November 25, 1930 St. Louis, Missouri Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Camp, Corwin F
1 Private
2 Private
3 Sergeant

1 H (90-day)
2 B 15 Ohio
3 B 15 Ohio
August 11, 1840 Cambridge, Ohio July 17, 1918 Sandusky, Ohio East Union Presbyterian Church Claysville, Ohio wounded December 16, 1864, Nashville, Tennessee with 15th OVI; died at Soldiers & Sailros Home, Sandusky, Ohio
Campbell, Calvin L
1 Private
2 Private

1 C 5 United States U. S. Veteran Volunteers
2 H
September 30, 1844 September 30, 1894 Fredericksburg, Ohio Fredericksburg West Fredericksburg, Ohio
Campbell, George E
1 Private
2 Private

1 F (90-day)
2 D 161 Ohio
August 3, 1830 November 1, 1904 Fair Street New Philadephia, Ohio
Campbell, Harrison M
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 B (90-day)
2 I 59 New York
3 H 59 New York
4 B 59 New York
December 8, 1837 December 27, 1924 Forest View Forest Grove, Oregon
Campbell, Lewis Private G abt. 1846 March 24, 1864 Vicksburg, Mississippi disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Campbell, Robert Private K May 8, 1834 9, 1898 Lakeview South Haven, Michigan
Campbell, Robert M Private B (90-day) September 16, 1838 Orange Township, Delaware County, Ohio November 14, 1917 Ashland, Ohio
Campbell, Samuel M Private K February 5, 1839 March 8, 1911 Mound Hill Seville, Ohio
Carhartt, John M
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Sergeant
4 Musician
5 Private
6 1st Srgt
7 2nd Lieut

1 A (90-day)
2 A (90-day)
3 A (90-day)
4 Band 51 Ohio
5 M 9 Ohio Cavalry
6 M 9 Ohio Cavalry
7 M 9 Ohio Cavalry
1841 Ohio February 15, 1919 Coshocton County, Ohio Roscoe Coschocton, Ohio
Carlin, William H
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 K
2 D 114 Ohio
3 B 114 Ohio
4 D 48 Ohio
8, 1845 Wayne County, Ohio February 9, 1929 Sandusky, Ohio State Soldiers' Home Sandusky, Ohio died at Soldiers & Sailors Home, Sandusky, Ohio
Carnahan, Nathan S
1 Private
2 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 M 9 Ohio Cavalry
January 2, 1839 Missouri January 13, 1884 Georgia City Belleville, Missouri
Carnes, Thomas J
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 A (90-day)
2 K 32 Ohio
3 United States Signal Corps
August 5, 1842 Roscoe, Ohio January 27, 1918 Monte Vista, Colorado Colorado State Veterans Center at Homelake Monte Vista, Colorado
Carney, Gates P
1 Private
2 Private

1 B (90-day)
2 D 1 Ohio Light Artillery
abt. 1841 March 7, 1863 Ruggles Ruggles, Ohio discharged for disability December 6, 1862; death likely from disease during service
Carpenter, Joseph
1 Private
2 Private

1 B
2 I 114 Ohio
abt. 1828 March 28, 1865 Camp Dennison, Cincinnati, Ohio acute gastritis Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio died a member of 114th OVI
Carr, Thomas D
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 H (90-day)
2 L 4 West Virginia Cavalry
3 B 180 Ohio
March 6, 1846 Sugar Hill, West Virginia March 24, 1870 St. Clairsville, Ohio hanged for muder of 13-year old Louiza Fox possibly unmarked grave in Methodist Cemetery St. Chairsville, Missouri captured July 14, 1861 at Cheat Run, Virginia; was a viscous criminal and killer; see "Life and Confessions of Thomas D. Carr"
Carr, Thomas
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 I 114 Ohio
September 19, 1832 February 19, 1894 Rose Hill Thayer, Missouri
Carter, John W
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal
4 Sergeant
5 Private
6 Sergeant
7 Sergeant
8 Sergeant

1 H (90-day)
2 G 62 Ohio
3 G 62 Ohio
4 G 62 Ohio
5 G 62 Ohio
6 G 62 Ohio
7 E 62 Ohio
8 I 67 Ohio
1841 September 26, 1923 Dayton, Ohio Mound Hill Eaton, Ohio non-16th Ohio service likely but not confirmed
Case, Cyrus S Private C abt. 1840 October 19, 1920 Wooster, Ohio Plain Lutheran Blachleyville, Ohio
Casebier, Enos L Private E (9-month) August 25, 1833 Holmes County, Ohio October 14, 1907 Auburn, Indiana Evergreen Auburn, Indiana
Caskey, Lewis H
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Sergeant

1 E
2 C 197 Ohio (1 year)
3 C 197 Ohio (1 year)
June 29, 1843 December 28, 1910 Niles, Ohio Luke Crawford County, Ohio lost left thumb at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; name spelled Cuskey on some military records
Cass, Sylvanis
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 F 97 Ohio
3 B 126 Ohio (1 year)
April 8, 1834 Ohio May 18, 1909 Dresden, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio wounded right shoulder, Battle of Opequon (Winchester, Virginia) September 19, 1864, with 126th OVI
Castator, Jackson M Private I (90-day) June 21, 1838 Richland County, Ohio April 19, 1916 Albion, Indiana apoplexy Sweet Albion, Indiana gravestone not found in cemetery
Casteel, Shadrack
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 9 Ohio Cavalry
2 K (90-day)
3 A 10 Ohio Cavalry
January 15, 1836 February 8, 1909 Fallsbury, Ohio West Carlisle Coshocton, Ohio
Castor, John H
1 Corporal
2 1st Lieut
3 RegQuartM
4 Captain

1 G (90-day)
2 A 102 Ohio
3 FS 102 Ohio
4 A 102 Ohio
December 15, 1836 Holmes County, Ohio January 21, 1908 Akron Ward, Ohio Glendale Akron, Ohio pending confirmation 16th OVI and 10th OVC are same soldier
Cellers, Ephraim Private I (9-month) abt. 1844 January 1, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862
Chapman, Martin J Private E 1840 February 20, 1896 Dresden, Kansas Dresden Decatur County, Kansas
Chapman, Simeon Sergeant E March 19, 1844 Killbuck, Ohio September 4, 1936 Sunbury, Ohio Otterbein Westerville, Ohio
Cheney, John M Private F 1835 Union City, Ohio September 8, 1863 Richwood or Union City, Ohio furloughed August 10 to September 20, 1863, due to "remittent fever" from Van Buren Hospital at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana, to home in Ohio
Childs, Henry S
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 H
February 8, 1842 September 5, 1890 Wooster, Ohio Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Christie, Alexander Private A abt. 1843 March 3, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky accidental wounds Louisville, Kentucky(?)
Christopher, Charles W Private E 1847 December 28, 1919 Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio birth year may not be correct
Christopher, John Private E abt. 1821 January 30, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Vicksburg, Mississippi, December 29, 1862 Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Christopher, Joseph
Soldier's Profile
Private B March 10, 1840 Holmes County, Ohio March 17, 1915 Killbuck, Ohio Killbuck Killbuck, Ohio
Christopher, William Private D abt. 1819 August 3, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi disease
Christy, Edmund C
1 Private
2 Private
3 Sergeant

1 F (90-day)
2 B 129 Ohio
3 H 178 Ohio
April 18, 1835 November 13, 1902 Fair Street New Philadelphia, Ohio brother of Noah
Christy, Noah C
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 F (90-day)
2 A 51 Ohio
3 A 51 Ohio
May 11, 1840 Dover, Ohio December 31, 1915 Dayton, Ohio Fair Street New Philadelphia, Ohio brother of Edmund
Christy, Robert VB
1 Musician
2 Private
3 Private

1 Band (90-day)
2 F 110 Ohio
3 United States
abt. 1838 November 15, 1894 Ferncliff Springfield, Ohio last name spelled Christie in some records
Claney, William Private B abt. 1834 May 22, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi killed in action at Second Assault on Vicksburg, Mississippi; wound through chest
Clark, Hiram Private C (90-day) abt. 1840 May 24, 1862 Jeffersonville, Indiana disease Oak Hill Evansville, Indiana died on board hospital steamer Empress near Jeffersonville, Indiana
Clark, Jacob W
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 Private
4 Sergeant
5 1st Srgt
6 1st Srgt
7 1st Srgt
8 2nd Lieut
9 1st Lieut
10 Captain

1 I (90-day)
2 I (90-day)
3 H 59 New York
4 H 59 New York
5 H 59 New York
6 B 59 New York
7 B 59 New York
8 D 59 New York
9 A 59 New York
10 C 59 New York
April 15, 1840 April 16, 1909 Ft. Wayne, Indiana Lindenwood Ft. Wayne, Indiana with 59th New York: wounded September 17, 1862, Antietam, Maryland; captured May 12, 1864, Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia;
Clark, John A Private C (90-day) abt. 1836 Orr Orrville, Ohio
Clark, Sylvanus
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 5 Ohio Light Artillery
3 I 193 Ohio
December 14, 1832 April 2, 1874 Wooster, Ohio Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Clodfelter, Frederick
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 F
2 F 114 Ohio
3 A 114 Ohio
March 31, 1844 September 16, 1936 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Cochran, James M
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 1st Srgt
4 2nd Lieut
5 1st Lieut
6 Captain

1 D (90-day)
2 F 80 Ohio
3 F 80 Ohio
4 A 80 Ohio
5 A 80 Ohio
6 E 80 Ohio
December 4, 1838 East Union, Ohio June 7, 1924 Coshocton, Ohio Valley View Warsaw, Ohio brother of Mathew
Cockran, Mathew D
1 Private
2 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 K 32 Ohio
October 2, 1836 Ohio December 28, 1920 Keokuk National Keokuk, Iowa with 32nd OVI wounded September 14, 1862, at Harper's Ferry, West Virginia; brother of James
Cockran, Washington L
1 Private
2 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 F 80 Ohio
abt. 1842 July 22, 1862 Hamburg, Tennessee disease Shiloh National Military Park Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee
Coe, Demas L
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private
5 Private
6 Private
7 Private
8 Private

1 C 85 Ohio
2 I 87 Ohio
3 G
4 G 114 Ohio
5 F 114 Ohio
6 H 114 Ohio
7 F 48 Ohio
8 B 48 Ohio
February 5, 1844 Ohio February 12, 1912 Chicago, Illinois Oakridge-Glen Oak Hillside, Illinois
Coe, Silas N Corporal G 1837 September 22, 1910 Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio
Coe, William H Sergeant A (90-day) December 14, 1835 Coshocton, Ohio February 10, 1911 Coshocton, Ohio stroke, pneumonia Oak Ridge Coshocton, Ohio
Cole, Jacob A Corporal B abt. 1839 July 9, 1863 Benton Barracks, St. Louis, Missouri from wounds received at Thompson's Hill (Port Gibson), May 1, 1863 Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio may be buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, Missouri
Cole, Thomas E Private I (9-month) abt. 1844 February 6, 1863 Young's Point, Louisiana consumption Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi stone also at Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg, Ohio, but may be marker only
Collers, Samuel Private K abt. 1841 July 22, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi typho-malarial fever Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Collins, Nathan Private B abt. 1842 November 10, 1908 Maple Hill Westfield, Illinois
Comer, Frank Private K (90-day) April 16, 1840 Muskingum County, Ohio February 22, 1923 Dresden, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Compton, Benjamin Private A abt. 1837 November 30, 1861 Wooster, Ohio continued fever Wooster Wooster, Ohio served only 10 weeks; died while on furlough
Compton, Samuel
1 Private
2 Private

1 A (90-day)
2 F 80 Ohio
November 3, 1836 Jackson, Ohio April 9, 1862 Paducah, Kentucky Roscoe Coshocton, Ohio died as member of 80th OVI
Congrove, Granville Sergeant A 1830 April 2, 1907 Elmwood Morning Sun, Iowa
Conner, Samuel
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal
4 Private

1 H (90-day)
2 E 176 Ohio
3 E 176 Ohio
4 E 176 Ohio
April 2, 1830 December 20, 1915 Cumberland Cumberland, Ohio
Conter, Louis A Private G 1841 1891 St. Joseph Catholic Decatur, Illinois
Converse, Austin Z
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 I 51 Ohio
2 D 40 Ohio
3 F
December 4, 1844 Union County, Ohio February 2, 1914 St. Petersburg, Florida arteriosclerosis Chattanooga National Chattanooga, Tennessee discharged from 16th OVI November 16, 1861 by writ of Habeas Corpus (too young to enlist)
Conway, James Private E (90-day) 5, 1837 Ireland September 5, 1913 Madison County, Ohio Saint Patrick's London, Ohio
Cook, Thomas J
1 Corporal
2 Private
3 2nd Lieut
4 1st Lieut

1 D (90-day)
2 H 80 Ohio
3 A 194 Ohio
4 A 194 Ohio
March 13, 1832 Bellefontaine, Ohio August 25, 1909 Lovell, Wyoming Mount View, a.k.a. Basin Basin, Wyoming
Cooper, George W
1 Corporal
2 Sergeant

1 F (90-day)
2 D
abt. 1838 November 23, 1904 Cooperdale, Ohio
Cooper, James P
1 Private
2 Private

1 A (90-day)
2 H 51 Ohio
1822 Warwick, New York November 3, 1863 Annapolis, Maryland infection from shoulder wound received at Battle of Chicamauga, Georgia Annapolis National Annapolis, Maryland with 51st OVI, wounded and taken prisoner at Battle of Chickamauga, September 20, 1863; exchanged October 20, 1863; died at Camp Parole Hospital, Annapolis, Maryland
Cooper, Joseph M
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Sergeant

1 A (90-day)
2 I 97 Ohio
3 I 97 Ohio
September 20, 1841 Coshocton County, Ohio July 1, 1921 Leavenworth, Kansas Leavenworth National Leavenworth, Kansas with 97th OVI, wounded at Murphreesboro, Tennessee; wounded at Mission Ridge; wounded at Franklin, Tennessee; died at National Military Home in Leavenworth, Kansas, residence Oskaloosa, Kansas
Cope, Silas Private F abt. 1840 March 13, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky measles Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee died in regimental hospital at Cumberland Ford, Kentucky
Cordray, Calvin L Private K (90-day) October 22, 1839 Jefferson Township, Muskingum County, Ohio March 10, 1909 Neward, Ohio Brushy Fork Licking County, Ohio
Cordray, William
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 B 10 Ohio Cavalry
January 23, 1831 Dresden, Ohio April 1, 1885 Dresden, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio County
Corn, Silas H
Soldier's Profile
Captain B June 3, 1840 July 14, 1929 Cameron, Missouri Graceland Cameron, Missouri
Cornell, Jonathan Private B abt. 1838 April 16, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio Oak Hill Cemetery may be marker only; burial shown at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Mississippi
Corwin, John W
1 Private
2 Private

1 K
2 I
abt. 1844 February 6, 1863 Keokuk, Iowa pneumonia Keokuk National Keokuk, Iowa died in hospital in Keokuk, Iowa
Cougle, Hanson/Hanse Private K (90-day) abt. 1836 Frazeysburg, Ohio April 16, 1891 heart trouble Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Coup, Jacob K Private I abt. 1845 January 28, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana died in barracks general hospital; enlisted November 2, 1863, age 18, to serve his country, died seven weeks later; Monument Cemetery now Chalmette National Cemetery
Cowan, Calvert W
1 RegQuartM
2 1st Lieut
3 AsstQM
4 Captain

1 FS
2 FS
3 QM United States
4 QM United States
October 27, 1821 Boydton, Virginia June 9, 1892 Cincinnati, Ohio
Cowan, James S
1 Corporal
2 Artificer

1 E (90-day)
2
1834 Ohio 1907 Clark County, Ohio kidney disease Clifton-Union Green County, Ohio
Cowee, Merrille E
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 A (90-day)
2 I 2 Kansas Cavalry
3 C 2 Kansas Cavalry
July 11, 1839 Durham, New York March 21, 1872 Waushara, Lyon County, Kansas Harveyville Harveyville, Kansas some records show birth month as November
Cox, Richard K Private D (90-day) April 27, 1832 July 17, 1878 Cincinnati, Ohio Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio may have also served in the 80th OVI but unverified
Cox, Samuel M Private C abt. 1840 August 16, 1863 Memphis, Tennessee disease Memphis National Memphis, Tennessee
Crooks, James M
1 Private
2 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 I 51 Ohio
abt. 1826 resigned from 51st OVI March 20, 1862; may have been killed by Indians in Oregon; brother of John and Lewis, below
Crooks, John
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Sergeant

1 D (90-day)
2 I 51 Ohio
3 C 51 Ohio
1835 Pennsylvania 1904 Licking County, Ohio Cedar Hill Newark, Ohio brother of Lewis and James
Crooks, Lewis
1 Private
2 2nd Lieut
3 1st Lieut
4 Captain

1 D (90-day)
2 I 51 Ohio
3 I 51 Ohio
4 I 51 Ohio
July 23, 1840 Pennsylvania June 23, 1889 Columbus, Ohio consumption Cedar Hill Newark, Ohio brother of James and John; two other brothers, Henry and George, served with other Civil War units
Cross, John W Private D November 28, 1841 Ohio February 5, 1920 Salt Lake City, Utah pneumonia Mount Olivet Salt Lake City, Utah
Crowell, William II H Private A December 25, 1838 May 13, 1904 Green Lawn Columbus, Ohio
Crowfoot, Francis C
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 K
2 I
3 K
4 D 4 United States U. S. Veteran Volunteers (1 year)
1845 December 16, 1919 Ashland, Ohio Ashland Ashland, Ohio
Cullars, Joseph Private E January 14, 1845 Holmes County, Ohio April 16, 1900 Auburn, Indiana Woodlawn Auburn, Indiana
Culp, Jefferson
1 Private
2 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 E 3 Ohio Cavalry
abt. 1841 Ohio January 31, 1864 Nashville, Tennessee pneumonia Nashville National Nashville, Tennessee some records indicate death in Bowling Green, Kentucky
Cunningham, Cushman
1 1st Lieut
2 Adjutant
3 Captain

1 C (90-day)
2 Field & Staff
3 F
May 13, 1832 Wooster, Ohio August 29, 1916 Hargadine Ashland, Oregon no gravestone located but that of first wife, Susan Eberman; he remarried Sarah A. in 1905
Curry, David C
1 Private
2 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 H
September 25, 1841 January 7, 1910 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Cushman, Henry C
1 Private
2 Private
3 1st Srgt
4 2nd Lieut
5 1st Lieut

1 E (90-day)
2 A 94 Ohio
3 A 94 Ohio
4 A 94 Ohio
5 A 94 Ohio
1837 September 12, 1925 Mount Hope Logansport, Indiana
Cushman, James L Musician B (90-day) November 22, 1834 Ohio March 10, 1915 Dayton, Ohio Woodland Dayton, Ohio served under Band Leader Henry Hawken throughout service; served as Police Chief of Springfield, Ohio, in 1891;
Cusick, Richard A
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Artificer

1 H (90-day)
2 F 78 Ohio
3 G 1 Michigan Light Artillery
4 G 1 Michigan Light Artillery
abt. 1840 February 2, 1865 Nashville, Tennessee small pox Nashville National Nashville, Tennessee no direct evidence 16th Ohio Cusick is same as subsequent service but highly likely
Darrah, Charles T Private K abt. December 26, 1838 May 31, 1901 Canaan, Ohio
Daugherty, Samuel R
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 I
3 C 114 Ohio
abt. 1842 January 4, 1929 Elyria, Ohio
Davidson, James Private E abt. 1839 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Davis, Jesse H
Soldier's Profile
Private D February 1, 1844 Zanesville, Ohio April 12, 1907 Tampico, Illinois stroke of apoplexy Tampico Tampico, Illinois captured at Chickasaw Bayou and imprisoned at Bell Isle, Richmond, Virginia
Davis, John C Private F (9-month) June 29, 1842 Ohio October 19, 1928 Brookside Fairgrove, Michigan information on FindAGrave.com referencing service in a Wisconsin artillery unit may be incorrect
Davis, Singleton W
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 Captain

1 A (90-day)
2 F 64 Ohio
3 H 139 Ohio
January 29, 1843 May 29, 1917 Bellflower, California Angelus Rosedale Los Angeles, California discharged from 64th OVI December 5, 1862, by order of War Department - reason unknown
Davy, Jesse O Private E (90-day) October 18, 1840 Porter Township, Delaware County, Ohio June 23, 1922 Springfield, Ohio Ferncliff Springfield, Ohio became medical doctor after war
Day, Cyrus Private I (90-day) May 18, 1819 August 10, 1907 Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Day, William
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 A
2 I 195 Ohio
abt. 1841 April 17, 1919 Zanesville, Ohio
Decker, Harrison H
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal
4 Sergeant

1 A (90-day)
2 H 80 Ohio
3 H 80 Ohio
4 H 80 Ohio
abt. 1831 September 25, 1898 Roscoe Coshocton, Ohio
DeCourcey, John F
Soldier's Profile

1 Colonel
2 Colonel

1 FS
2
March 30, 1821 Corfu, Greece November 20, 1890 Florence, Italy possibly in Protestant Cemetery Florence, Italy British mercenary volunteered to assist U.S. in war, appointed Colonel of 16th OVI; resigned March 3, 1864; later served under Maximilian, French emperor of Mexico; held British title of 31st Baron Kingsale, Baron Courcy and Baron Ringrove of Ireland
Deeble, John E
1 Private
2 1st Srgt

1 H (90-day)
2 A
abt. 1830 July 28, 1906 Spring Hill Danville, Illinois
Deetz, James Private E 1841 October 24, 1864 Indianapolis, Indiana acute dysentery Crown Hill National Indianapolis, Indiana became sick October 13 at Indianapolis on trip home and died seven days before regiment was mustered out; may have been re-interred or memorialized at Salem Reformed Cemetery, Saltillo, Ohio but unconfirmed; died in Indianapolis City General Hospital
Deffenbaugh, Charles Private A (9-month) September 14, 1873 Marshalville, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Denig, Charles E
1 Asst Surg
2 Asst Surg
3 Surgeon

1 FS (90-day)
2 FS 7 Ohio
3 FS 28 Ohio
September 6, 1826 February 9, 1904 Columbus, Ohio Green Lawn Columbus, Ohio
Dennis, Isaiah Private K April 27, 1841 April 23, 1912 Burbank Burbank, Ohio
Dennis, James M
Soldier's Profile

1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 F
2 F 114 Ohio
3 A 114 Ohio
1839 April 8, 1927 Ashland, Ohio Woodside Wrightstown, Minnesota
Derr, William A
1 Private
2 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 H 80 Ohio
July 1, 1842 Ohio August 12, 1911 Plainfield, Ohio Plainfield Plainfield, Ohio
DeSilva, Manuel B
1 Sergeant
2 1st Lieut

1 G (90-day)
2 E
1836 Carbon County, Pennsylvania November 22, 1880 Millersburg, Ohio emphysema became Colonel of Ohio State Militia of Holmes County; worked in mercantile business in North Carolina for a while; farmer in Ohio; Justice of the Peace, Millersburg, Ohio
Detwiler, Samuel D Private B September 4, 1834 November 13, 1901 West Richfield Richfield, Ohio
DeWitt, Washington J
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 D
2 D 114 Ohio
3 B 114 Ohio
1842 Ohio 1924 Michigan Oakhurst Whitehall, Michigan
Dial, Albert Private E abt. 1837 Ohio June 7, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi original burial site at Marshall Plantation, west bank of Mississippi River, Madison Parish, Louisiana
Dice, Harvey M Private H August 15, 1841 February 11, 1862 Wooster, Ohio continued fever Wooster Wooster, Ohio died at home on furlough
Dice, Thomas M Corporal H abt. 1840 November 13, 1916 Akron, Ohio
Diehl, John A
1 Sergeant
2 2nd Lieut
3 1st Lieut

1 F (90-day)
2 B 51 Ohio
3 B 51 Ohio
March 22, 1836 Dover, Ohio May 29, 1923 Oakland, California Fourth Street Dover, Ohio
Diffenderfer, Henry H
1 Private
2 QuarterMs

1 F
2 FS
abt. 1837 September 18, 1921 Hampton, Virginia Hampton National Hampton, Virginia
Dill, Thomas T
1 Private
2 1st Srgt
3 1st Srgt
4 Sgt Major
5 1st Lieut
6 Adjutant

1 G (90-day)
2 E
3 G
4 FS
5 F 9 United States U. S. Veteran Volunteers
6 F 9 United States U. S. Veteran Volunteers
1842 Wayne County, Ohio November 9, 1905 Mansfield, Ohio Mansfield Mansfield, Ohio
Dimmock, John HP
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Sergeant
4 Prin Musn

1 A (90-day)
2 H 80 Ohio
3 H 80 Ohio
4 FS 80 Ohio
abt. 1841 Pennsylvania January 20, 1906 South Haven, Michigan Lakeview South Haven, Michigan post-war occupation as a printer
Dingman, Jr., Andrew J
1 Private
2 1st Lieut

1 F (90-day)
2 G 126 Ohio
June 8, 1836 Port Washington, Ohio November 29, 1903 Dayton, Ohio Dayton National Dayton, Ohio died at Soldier's Home, Dayton, Ohio
Dirst, John W
1 Private
2 Musician

1 F
2 A 121 Ohio
1846 Delaware County, Ohio December 8, 1888 Wrightstown, Minnesota Burbank Burbank, Ohio discharged from 16th OVI February 12, 1862, on writ of habeas corpus - too young to join at age 15
Dissinger, George Private G 1838 April 11, 1911
Donald, Isaiah K Private B August 14, 1844 Butler County, Pennsylvania February 12, 1917 Springville, Ohio Loudonville Loudonville, Ohio
Donel, Samuel B
1 Private
2 2nd Lieut
3 1st Lieut

1 I (90-day)
2 E 102 Ohio
3 E 102 Ohio
December 27, 1825 May 20, 1910 Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Donley, John
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 D
June 12, 1830 Pennsylvania November 9, 1919 Cincinnati, Ohio Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio lived at 1333 Laidlaw, Cincinnati post-war
Dorsey, William
1 2nd Lieut
2 2nd Lieut
3 Captain
4 1st Lieut

1 K (90-day)
2 D
3 E
4 A
abt. 1834 March 3, 1916 Rosedale, Kansas
Dougherty, Patrick S
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 A (90-day)
2 H 51 Ohio
3 H 51 Ohio
abt. 1841 February 2, 1915 Cambridge, Ohio Old Cambridge Cambridge, Ohio County grave information from Headstone Application but actual grave not found; may have re-enlisted in Co. H, 51st Ohio on March 3, 1865, term unknown
Drown, Legrand G
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 Private

1 B (90-day)
2 H 42 Ohio
3 H 42 Ohio
1838 Ohio June 21, 1920 Sawtelle, California Los Angeles National Los Angeles, California
Drumheller, Daniel Private H abt. 1835 May 24, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi from wounds received at Battle of Vicksburg, Mississippi Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi records state "wound through bowels";
Drushel, Benjamin Private E (9-month) abt. 1844 March 4, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Monument Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery; brother of Peter
Drushel, Peter Private E abt. 1837 March 17, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky continuous fever Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee died in regimental hospital, Cumberland Ford, Kentucky; brother of Benjamin
Dubois, Alexander Private A December 21, 1882 Newark, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Duden, Robert S Corporal D abt. 1843 Pennsylvania November 11, 1887 Topeka, Kansas Topkea Topeka, Kansas discharged before June, 1863, for wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862;
Dudley, Henry H
1 Corporal
2 1st Lieut

1 B (90-day)
2 K 178 Ohio
July 28, 1838 York, Ohio January 29, 1908 Mercer, Missouri Early Mercer, Missouri died at home
Duer, Isaac Private E abt. 1841 Holmes County, Ohio September 27, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana disease
Dugdale, William H
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 QuarterMs

1 E (90-day)
2 D 44 Ohio
3 D 8 Ohio Cavalry
December 4, 1843 Ohio January 11, 1920 Savannah, Tennessee Savannah Savannah, Tennessee lawyer post-war
Dull, Daniel Private I (9-month) 1841 October 28, 1919 Wauseon, Ohio Fulton Union Delta, Ohio
Dunbar, Charles D
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 E
2 Field & Staff 1 Wisconsin Light Artillery
3 Field & Staff 1 Wisconsin Light Artillery
April 8, 1843 Ohio February 10, 1917 New Hope Methodist Loudon County, Tennessee
Duncan, Andrew Private B September 6, 1842 Holmes County, Ohio November 27, 1912 Minneapolis, Minnesota Lakewood Minneapolis, Minnesota
Dunmead, Daniel Private D abt. 1843 October 31, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana disease New Orleans (assumed), Louisiana
Dunn, James D Corporal D May 14, 1839 Byrd Township, Ohio April 6, 1927 Boise, Idaho Bellevue Bellevue, Idaho some pension records indicate place of death as Richmond, California
Durler, Alexander
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 G (90-day)
2 I 166 Ohio
3 A 196 Ohio
June 8, 1842 Ohio August 20, 1929 Millersburg, Ohio Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio
Eagle, Thomas J
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 I 114 Ohio
September 24, 1843 Wayne County, Ohio August 6, 1931 Wichita, Kansas Buffalo Buffalo, Kansas
Earle, Frank H
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private
5 Private

1 G 86 Ohio
2 K
3 B 114 Ohio
4 A 48 Ohio
5 D 22 United States
November 8, 1844 London, England August 13, 1915 Rohwer, Arkansas Greenville (assumed) Greenville, Mississippi
Eberhart, Henry H
1 Corporal
2 1st Srgt
3 1st Lieut
4 Captain
5 Captain
6 Captain

1 C (90-day)
2 I
3 A 120 Ohio
4 B 120 Ohio
5 E 114 Ohio
6 E 48 Ohio
January 26, 1838 Blair County, Pennsylvania October 26, 1914 Jeromesville, Ohio Jeromesville Jeromesville, Ohio related to Samuel
Eberhart, Samuel S Corporal I 1842 1883 Wooster Wooster, Ohio related to Henry
Eberly, Peter Private I (9-month) abt. 1820 Cumberland County, Pennsylvania June 13, 1890 Smithville, Ohio Old Hill Smithville, Ohio
Eddy, Nathaniel N
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 B (90-day)
2 B 102 Ohio
3 B 102 Ohio
abt. 1830 October 10, 1901 McFall Perryville, Ohio
Edgar, John Private B abt. 1841 June 8, 1876 Holmes County, Ohio related to Capt. Joseph Edgar; same as John Edgar #2228?
Edgar, Joseph
Soldier's Profile

1 1st Lieut
2 Captain

1 B
2 B
abt. 1833 August 6, 1862 Tazewell, Tennessee killed at Battle of Tazewell, Tennessee; shot through head or neck Clark Coshocton, Ohio military tombstone in Knoxville National Cemetery, Clark may be memorial only; related to John
Edgar, Thomas
1 Corporal
2 Sergeant

1 B
2 B
abt. 1835 May 4, 1875 Holmes County, Ohio probably related to Joseph
Edge, Samuel
1 Sergeant
2 1st Lieut
3 1st Lieut
4 1st Lieut

1 K (90-day)
2 D
3 United States
4 D 16 United States
April 13, 1825 Wicklow County, Ireland August 16, 1893 Waterloo Waterloo, Indiana wounded at Chickasaw Bayou and Fort Hindman; detailed to Signal Corps developing colorful history; burial info indicates rank of Captain which cannot be confirmed to date
Eich, Jacob Private G 1836 Germany July 4, 1875 Chippewa Township, Wayne County, Ohio disease St. Michael Lutheran or Bower Baughman Township or Marshallville, Wayne County, Ohio wounded at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862
Eicher, Jr., Joseph
1 Private
2 Private

1 C
2 A 114 Ohio
January 7, 1843 February 13, 1921 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Elder, George
1 Private
2 Private
3 Sergeant
4 1st Srgt

1 E (90-day)
2 A 94 Ohio
3 A 94 Ohio
4 A 94 Ohio
January 22, 1839 Green Township, Clark County, Ohio May 9, 1912 Clifton, Ohio paralysis of the throat Clifton-Union Miami Township, Green County, Ohio with 94th OVI: captured at Stones River, Tennessee December 31, 1862; wounded at Bentonville, North Carolina, March 19, 1865; served as State Representative in 71st Ohio General Assembly; farmer
Eldred, Ambrose S
1 Private
2 Private

1 B (90-day)
2 E 128 Ohio
abt. 1842 Michigan February 1, 1892 Fulton, Ohio Southview Sullivan, Ohio
Eldridge, William M
1 Private
2 Private

1 A
2 G 24 United States
November 12, 1844 Ohio January 27, 1897 Ashland County, Ohio Redhaw Redhaw, Ohio cabinet maker post-war
Elliot, Andrew P Private A (9-month) abt. November 15, 1838 April 23, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi original burial at Marshal Plantation, Madison Parish, Louisiana, re-interred at Vicksburg National January, 1867
Ellis, Andrew J Corporal K (90-day) July 31, 1838 Irville, Ohio February 4, 1918 Beaver City, Indiana Oakland Morocco, Indiana farmer by occupation
Ellis, Leroy
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 D (90-day)
2 A 194 Ohio
abt. 1843 Ohio July 8, 1903 Hampton, Virginia heart disease Hampton National Hampton, Virginia laborer by occupation; died at National Military Home, Southern Branch, Hampton, Virginia
Ellis, Sylvester A
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 A (90-day)
2 F 51 Ohio
3 M 9 Ohio Cavalry
abt. 1824 January 2, 1873 Dayton National Dayton, Ohio military service and burial highly likely to be same man as in 16th OVI but not confirmed
Ellison, Robert W
1 Private
2 Private

1 G (90-day)
2 E 81 Ohio
November 23, 1841 Marlbourough, Ohio February 6, 1920 Allen County, Ohio pneumonia Woodlawn Lima, Ohio horse trainer by occupation
Elson, David B
1 Private
2 Hosp Stew
3 Private
4 Hosp Stew
5 Asst Surg

1 C (90-day)
2 FS
3 C 42 Ohio
4 FS 42 Ohio
5 FS 195 Ohio
September 4, 1837 Stark County, Ohio March 13, 1866 Wayne County, Ohio Lucas Lattasburg, Ohio brother of Richard
Elson, Richard Private C October 28, 1839 Stark County, Ohio November 30, 1918 Wooster Wooster, Ohio brother of David; post-war teacher, pharmacist, dentist
Emerson, Lester P
1 Corporal
2 Sergeant

1 A (90-day)
2 C 51 Ohio
February 11, 1835 Keene, Ohio September 21, 1862 Nashville, Tennessee disease Nashville National Nashville, Tennessee
Emery, George
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 C
2 A 169 Ohio
November 11, 1840 Rowsburg, Ohio December 8, 1905 Ashland, Ohio heart failure/asthma Ashland Ashland, Ohio
English, William A Private F (90-day) August, 1840 Ohio February 9, 1913 Tuscarawas County, Ohio East Avenue New Philadelphia, Ohio
Enneman, John Private A abt. 1828 November 16, 1905 Danville National Danville, Illinois
Erwin, David
1 Corporal
2 Sergeant

1 G
2 G
April 15, 1836 Burton City, Ohio November 30, 1920 Urich, Missouri Urich Urich, Missouri brother of James
Erwin, Elijah Private D January, 1828 Ohio August 4, 1900 Casey, Clark County, Illinois Salem Toledo, Cumberland County, Illinois
Erwin, James M Corporal G July 3, 1840 Dalton, Ohio March 29, 1916 Long Beach, California Sunnyside Long Beach, California brother of David
Eshleman, David H
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 G
abt. 1844 July 10, 1864 Morganza, Louisiana remittent fever Port Hudson, Louisiana
Estinghausen, Lewis F Sergeant K (90-day) 1843 March 23, 1897 Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Evans, Alfred H
1 Sergeant
2 Captain

1 H (90-day)
2 G 174 Ohio
1838 August 27, 1908 Brodhead Baptist Church Brodhead, Kentucky
Evarts, Andrew
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 I (90-day)
2 B 4 Ohio
3 C 4 Ohio
July 19, 1840 Ohio February 10, 1927 Dodge City, Kansas Kansas Veterans Dodge City, Kansas member of Lewis Post 294 Grand Army of the Republic, Dodge City, Kansas in 1880's thru death
Evarts, Harvey E Private F May, 1813 Bergen, New York November 23, 1901 Arlington, Kansas bronchitis Arlington Arlington, Kansas cabinet maker in Arlington, Kansas, post war; appointed postmaster, Langdon, Kansas, October 4, 1880;
Everett, Peter W Private G 1843 January 3, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi gunshot wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi some military records indicate date of death on December 30, 1862
Everts, George W
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 I (90-day)
2 B 179 Ohio
December 17, 1840 Knox County, Ohio May 5, 1913 Leavenworth, Kansas Tower Grove Murphysboro, Illinois post-war newspaper publisher, Justice of the Peace in Wayne County, Ohio; homesteaded Onida, Dakota Territory, 1883; moved back to Illinois and sold insurance
Ewing, Cyrus
1 Sergeant
2 Sergeant
3 Sergeant

1 K
2 K
3 K
December 10, 1831 Wayne County, Ohio September 7, 1908 Canaan, Ohio Jackson Presbyterian Jackson, Ohio
Ewing, Edward
1 Private
2 Private

1 K
2 G 86 Ohio
March, 1844 Ohio March 27, 1922 Congress Congress, Ohio discharged from 16th Ohio on writ of habeas corpus (too young); re-enlisted in 86th OVI; farmer
Ewing, George
1 Sergeant
2 1st Srgt

1 G
2 G
abt. 1821 June 27, 1864 Morganza, Louisiana remittent fever Robinson Run McDonald, Pennsylvania military records show burial at Port Hudson, Louisiana; may have been re-interred at Robinson Run Cemetery or this is memorial only
Ewing, John Corporal B abt. 1832 April 4, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri disease Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Exline, George W
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 F (90-day)
2 D 52 Ohio
February 22, 1843 New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas County, Ohio May 27, 1914 Beach City, Ohio Grandview Union Strasburg, Ohio
Falk, Frederick F
1 Private
2 Hosp Stew

1 G
2 FS
1839 Germany December 20, 1867 tuberculosis Glendale Akron, Ohio some records indicate may have also served in 19th (90-day) and/or 25th Ohio - unconfirmed
Farnham, Lewis P Private H February 22, 1840 December 23, 1927 West Lawn Canton, Ohio
Farra, Samuel Private B abt. 1843 May 14, 1870 Holmes County, Ohio Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio
Farrah, Henry
1 Private
2 Private

1 G
2 I
abt. 1832 May 30, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Farrington, Preston P
1 Private
2 Private

1 D 3 Ohio (90-day)
2 F
July 12, 1840 Indiana July 17, 1906 Mechanicsburg, Ohio Guy or Maple Grove Rosedale or Mechanicsburg, Ohio records conflict on burial cemetery, Guy or Maple Grove
Fast, Luther M
1 Private
2 Private

1 B (90-day)
2 H 42 Ohio
February 13, 1843 Ashland County, Ohio January 16, 1930 Knoxville, Iowa Graceland Knoxville, Iowa
Feaster, George Private E abt. 1812 August 23, 1896
Feeman, Franklin Musician K November 16, 1845 November 7, 1895 Pant Valley, Ohio accidental pistol shot Bigelow Big Prairie, Ohio pension records incorrectly identify year of death as 1898 - 21st Reunion proceedings verify death in 1895
Feeman, Levi
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 H
2 H
abt. October 18, 1840 Ohio August 4, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi from wounds received July 12, 1863; severe wound to left arm - amputated Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi source of wounds may be during siege of Jackson, Mississippi; some records indicate birth year of 1843
Feightner, Jacob
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 F
2 F 114 Ohio
3 A 114 Ohio
October 25, 1841 June 20, 1894 Kendallville, Indiana Mt. Pleasant Kendallville, Indiana
Feister, Andrew Private A (9-month) abt. 1827 August 11, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi drowned in Mississippi River Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Felix, William H
1 Corporal
2 Sergeant

1 C
2 C
October 12, 1840 Somerset, Pennsylvania May 3, 1905 Woodbridge, Michigan cirrhosis of liver Frontier Frontier, Michigan
Felton, James Private D February 23, 1821 Ohio September 5, 1863 Columbus, Ohio disease Green Lawn Columbus, Ohio
Fenner, Raymond
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Corporal

1 I
2 B
3 I 114 Ohio
4 I 114 Ohio
1836 Ohio abt. 1877 Oakwood Pepin, Wisconsin
Ferrell, Lewis H Corporal A 1839 Ohio September 8, 1892 Zanesville, Ohio Greenwood Zanesville, Ohio
Ferrell, William B Private A July, 1844 Ohio September 26, 1911 Lakin, Kansas heart failure Lakin Lakin, Kansas
Ferren, John W
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 F 18 United States U.S. Command
June 30, 1842 July 8, 1906 Green Lawn Columbus, Ohio
Ferren, Thomas B
1 Corporal
2 Sergeant
3 Sergeant

1 D (90-day)
2 D
3 D 114 Ohio
abt. 1840 Ohio June 17, 1917 Savannah, Georgia
Fetzer, Frederick Private A (9-month) abt. 1827 January 30, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri chronic rheumatism Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Fickes, Isaac
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 I
2 H
3 C 5 United States U. S. Veteran Volunteers
November 14, 1841 Ashland, Ohio August 7, 1920 Wooster, Ohio Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Filby, John W
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 H
2 A 114 Ohio
3 C 114 Ohio
February 29, 1844 December 10, 1920 Porter, Indiana Graceland Memorial Park Valparaiso, Indiana
File, Henry Private A abt. November, 1845 Essen, Germany January 1, 1910 Marietta, Ohio Oak Grove Marietta, Ohio
Finch, Absalom
1 1st Lieut
2 RegQuartM
3 Captain

1 F
2 FS
3 C
March 1, 1822 August 28, 1869 New Orleans, Louisiana acute hepatitis Greenwood New Orleans, Louisiana shoemaker before and after war; alternate spelling Absolom
Finch, John Wagoner G August 19, 1896
Fink, James M Private H (9-month) January 9, 1837 Ohio April 22, 1918 Hillsdale, Michigan Oak Grove Hillsdale, Michigan
Fishburn, Levi Private I August 9, 1837 Jefferson, Ohio November 10, 1903 Jefferson, Ohio Jefferson Pioneer Wooster, Ohio
Fisher, Benjamin F Corporal F 1840 Claiborne, Ohio March 26, 1889 York Center, Ohio consumption (tuberculosis) Claibourne Richwood, Ohio
Fisher, Conrad G Private A July 31, 1844 Ohio July 23, 1916 Omaha, Nebraska Forest Lawn Omaha, Nebraska
Fisher, George Private H abt. 1837 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Fisher, Hiram T
1 Corporal
2 Sergeant
3 Captain

1 I
2 I
3 F 53 United States CT
August 29, 1839 June 20, 1932 Gary, Indiana
Fisher, Martin Private H February, 1842 Pennsylvania April 11, 1913 Nashville, Ohio Nashville Methodist Church Nashville, Ohio
Fisher, Samuel Private B abt. 1840 June 14, 1930 Sherwood, Michigan Sherwood Sherwood, Michigan
Fisher, William Private H abt. 1843 January 4, 1863 Yazoo River, Mississippi disease Cairo, Illinois
Fitch, James A
1 Corporal
2 Corporal
3 Private

1 G 15 United States
2 D 15 United States
3 H
abt. 1839 December 31, 1927 Fredericksburg, Ohio Fredericksburg West Fredericksburg, Ohio
Flack, Ezekiel Private C abt. 1840 April 13, 1913 Indiana Soldiers' Home West Lafayette, Indiana
Flaharty, Marion
1 Private
2 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 E 102 Ohio
May 24, 1843 December 27, 1898 Bozeman, Montana Sunset Hills Bozeman, Montana
Flemin, Alonzo
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 A
2 A
June 13, 1835 July 14, 1902 Woodlawn Zanesville, Ohio
Fletcher, Henry
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 D
abt. 1837 February 11, 1902
Fletcher, John QA
1 Private
2 Private

1 D
2 I 3 United States Veterans Reserve
May 22, 1838 Ohio March 31, 1910 Moss Ridge Carthage, Illinois
Fletcher, Joshua G Private D 1839 Ohio August 9, 1862 Cumberland Gap, Tennessee peritonitis Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee
Fletcher, Newton W
1 Musician
2 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 I 102 Ohio
1843 April 15, 1915 Connersville, Indiana Dalton Dalton, Ohio soldier also gave name as William Newton Fletcher for 102nd Ohio enlistment
Fletcher, Spencer Private D abt. 1835 April 4, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana typhoid fever Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Floyd, George W
1 Private
2 Private

1 E (90-day)
2 E 152 Ohio (100 days)
April 28, 1842 Watertown, New York August 21, 1889 Lakewood Minneapolis, Minnesota notable photographer in Ohio and Minnesota
Foglesong, Byron
1 Private
2 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 D 9 Ohio Cavalry
abt. 1838 June 26, 1908 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Forbes, John FA Private E abt. 1842 March 27, 1863 Milliken't Bend, Louisiana typhoid fever Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio also recorded as buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery - re-interred or memorial only in Ohio unknown
Force, Mason D
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 G (90-day)
2 B
abt. 1838 February 18, 1900 Akron, Ohio Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio
Ford, Abraham W Private K (90-day) October 25, 1828 March 1, 1886 Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Ford, James H
1 Corporal
2 1st Srgt

1 A
2 I 195 Ohio
1842 November 12, 1911 Greenwood Zanesville, Ohio
Ford, Porter M Private B (90-day) 1840 1906 Wood, Ohio Oak Grove Bowling Green, Ohio
Foreman, Samuel
1 Private
2 Private

1 H
2 C 9 United States
January 31, 1823 December 22, 1898 Wooster, Ohio Fockler Saxton, Pennsylvania
Forest, Henry Corporal D (90-day) 1838 may be same man as Henry Forrest, 122nd OVI, wounded at Battle of Wilderness, Virginia, 5/6/1864, died 5/17/1864 - not proven as of 9/19/2015
Forney, William W Private I September, 1836 January 8, 1903 Rye, Pennsylvania
Fortney, Hiram C
1 Corporal
2 Corporal
3 Corporal

1 F
2 F 114 Ohio
3 A 114 Ohio
December 14, 1840 Ohio May 1, 1926 Lodi, Ohio Woodlawn Lodi, Ohio
Fortney, John S
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 F
2 F 114 Ohio
3 A 114 Ohio
August 15, 1843 Ohio June 20, 1928 New Pittsburg, Ohio Rice Wooster, Ohio
Fortney, William A Private C November 20, 1838 Ohio April 20, 1913 Wayne County, Ohio Rice Wooster, Ohio
Foss, William J
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 H 1 Ohio (90-day)
2 A
abt. 1838 June 26, 1899
Foster, John G
1 Private
2 Private

1 D (90-day)
2 F 51 Ohio
July 16, 1844 Pennsylvania July 6, 1918 Donovan, Illinois Prairie Dell Iroquois, Illinois occupation was farmer
Fraim, John H
1 Corporal
2 Corporal

1 F
2 F 114 Ohio
1832 March 29, 1890 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Fraize, Benjamin B Private H November 27, 1842 Chippewa, Ohio October 6, 1902 Woodland Des Moines, Iowa (farm) implement business
Fraize, Daniel W Private H December 31, 1836 Wayne County, Ohio February 7, 1863 Young's Point, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
France, Alexander
1 Private
2 Private

1 F (90-day)
2 B 80 Ohio
November 9, 1820 February 6, 1898 Fair Street New Philadelphia, Ohio
France, Oliver W
1 Private
2 Captain

1 F (90-day)
2 G 126 Ohio
February 9, 1836 New Philadelphia, Ohio May 23, 1864 Spotsylvania County, Virginia died of wounds received May 6, 1864, at Battle of the Wilderness; minnie ball through right lung Fredericksburg National Fredericksburg, Virginia painter and cabinet maker pre-war; recruited elements of 126th Ohio and elected Captain
Frazier, David
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal
4 Private

1 H (90-day)
2 B 15 Ohio
3 B 15 Ohio
4 D 18 Ohio
abt. 1835 December 14, 1913 Cambridge, Ohio Northwood Cambridge, Ohio
Fredline, Andrew J
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 C
2 F 120 Ohio
3 E 114 Ohio
4 B 48 Ohio
April 14, 1845 June 27, 1895 Jeromesville Jeromesville, Ohio witness in murder trial of James K. Postley who murdered Pvt. Jerry Brownmiller in Galveston, Texas, February 19, 1866
Freeze, Henry Private H April 4, 1839 Wayne County, Ohio January 14, 1907 Mansfield, Ohio heart attack died of heart attack at corner of Diamond and Arch streets, Mansfield, Ohio
Frew, James Private G abt. 1832 February 24, 1862 Camp Dennison, Ohio febris typhoides Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio no burial/cemetery records found
Fribley, James J
1 Private
2 2nd Lieut
3 1st Lieut
4 Private

1 F (90-day)
2 K 98 Ohio
3 K 98 Ohio
4 K 74 Ohio
December 2, 1841 September 8, 1923 Baxter Springs, Kansas Grand Army of the Republic Miami, Oklahoma
Friedberger, Philip Corporal I June 11, 1841 Germany September 1, 1879 suicide by poison (morphine) Rosemont Uniontown, Alabama gravesite identity highly likely but not proven; became merchant in Selma, Alabama
Friend, Jacob
1 Private
2 Private

1 F (90-day)
2 E 80 Ohio
February 2, 1818 Fairfield County, Ohio July 7, 1899 New Salem Methodist Episcopal Perry County, Ohio boot and shoe business, Pleasantville, Ohio
Frits, Frederick I
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 K
2 I
3 K
abt. 1838 August 19, 1864 Morganza, Louisiana dysentery Port Hudson National Port Hudson, Louisiana cemetery record not found
Frits, John
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 K
2 I
3 K
abt. 1841 Archer Princeton, Indiana also spelled Frits on some records
Frizell, Samuel H
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 B
2 B
August 2, 1841 Holmes County, Ohio February 16, 1917 Killbuck, Ohio Elliot Holmes County, Ohio
Fry, Daniel B
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 I (90-day)
2 E 102 Ohio
3 E 102 Ohio
October 27, 1839 Richland County, Ohio May 13, 1922 Industry, Illinois Industry Industry, Ohio POW September 24, 1864 to April 22, 1865; survived explosion of Steamer Sultana, April 27, 1865. Farmer by occupation.
Fry, Jacob A Private E (9-month) April 18, 1840 Holmes County, Ohio April 9, 1928 Benton, Ohio Fryburg Fryburg, Ohio FindAGrave contributor reports gravesite not found; additional information indicates burial may be in Hicksville, Ohio - no records found
Fryer, Park H Private F abt. 1825 Pennsylvania July 23, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri disease Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs lists date of death as July 23, 1863; actual age at enlistment may be 39
Fulton, Harrison E Private K 1838 West Salem, Wayne County, Ohio July 6, 1881 Wayne County, Ohio Hazzard West Salem, Wayne County, Ohio
Fulton, John S
1 Lt Col
2 2nd Lieut
3 1st Lieut

1 FS (90-day)
2 K 82 Ohio
3 K 82 Ohio
October 9, 1818 Florence, Pennsylvania April 17, 1862 Ashland, Ohio died at home of typhoid fever Ashland Ashland, Ohio commissioned General of an Ohio militia troop in 1852, soon after disbanded; lawyer and prosecuting attorney for Ashland County, Ohio
Fulton, Luther H
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 K
2 D 114 Ohio
3 B 114 Ohio
4 A 48 Ohio
October 9, 1847 October 13, 1924 West Salem, Ohio
Funk, Elmore Private H March 27, 1843 Wooster, Ohio May 8, 1922 Indianapolis or Wooster, Indiana or Ohio pension record indicates death in Indianapolis, Indiana, family records list Wooster, Ohio
Funk, Frederick R Private H (9-month) abt. 1827 May 19, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi killed in first assault on Vicksburg, Mississippi; wounded in head Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Funk, Zenas Private C August 6, 1842 Plain Township, Wayne County, Ohio October 19, 1915 Jeromesville, Ohio Pleasant View Wayne County, Ohio
Gallant, Amos A Corporal F December 19, 1842 Thomson Township, Delware County, Ohio March 21, 1929 Lewistown, Illinois
Gallant, Thomas Private F October 8, 1818 Pike County, Ohio October 19, 1886 Marion County, Ohio Bonner La Rue, Ohio
Galleon, Elijah C
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 G (90-day)
2 B 31 Iowa
3 G 14 Iowa
4 A 14 Iowa
June 8, 1841 Millersburg, Ohio June 28, 1888 Toledo, Iowa Woodlawn Toledo, Iowa may have operated a general store in Toledo, Iowa, post-war; also listed as nursery agent in 1880 census, Toledo, Iowa
Galloway, Cyrus Private G June 3, 1832 Wayne County, Ohio May 24, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky gastroenteritis Dalton Dalton, Ohio some records indicated death on May 27, 1863
Gambier, Henry Private E abt. 1836 1907
Gamble, Thomas Private B August 1, 1822 Diron County, Ireland October 5, 1907 Masonic Tipton, Iowa some records list death as August 7, 1907
Ganer, John J
1 Private
2 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 E 43 Ohio
February 9, 1840 Germany May 22, 1883 Lauber Hill Fulton County, Ohio early headstone record shows cemetery as Village in Gibsonville, Ohio
Gardner, David M Corporal K 1842 Ohio June 28, 1899 Indianapolis, Indiana
Gardner, Henry Corporal I January 22, 1845 Ohio June 22, 1896 Mountaindale, Oregon Old Scotch Church Hillsboro, Oregon
Garfield, William H
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 E 64 Ohio
3 D 1 United States U. S. Veteran Volunteer Engineers
4 D 1 United States
February 29, 1828 September 23, 1891 Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Garing, Joseph C Private H 5, 1845 Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio September 16, 1925 Ellicottville, New York Holy Cross Ellicottville, New York cemetery identified from obituary, no record found
Garing, William E Private H 1843 Ohio September 30, 1885 Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Garretson, John Private G abt. 1819 May 2, 1863 near Thompson's Hill, Mississippi, Mississippi died of wounds received May 1, 1863, at Battle of Thompson's Hill, Mississippi; shot through thigh
Gault, Samuel D
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 E
2 B
3 H 152 Indiana
August 22, 1845 Monroeville, Indiana November 7, 1927 Richland Center, Wisconsin Bloom City Bloom City, Wisconsin
Gaver, Charles W Private K August 16, 1843 Ohio January 30, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky died of gunshot wound received at (assumed) Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi, December 28/29, 1862 Bloomfield Bloomfield, California twin brother of John; Bloomfield Cemetery gravestone(s) likely marker(s) only; some military records show date of death as June 30, 1863 - research leans toward January
Gaver, John W Private K August 16, 1843 Ohio January 11, 1898 Sonoma County, California Bloomfield Bloomfield, California twin brother of Charles
Gensemer, Urias R Private C (90-day) 1839 July 27, 1920 Wayne County, Ohio Maple Mound Creston, Ohio
George, John C Private A abt. 1843 May 23, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana chronic dysentery Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi some records indicate death May 22, 1863
Gepford, Abraham Private K abt. 1840 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi may have been moved to or memorial stone in Burbank Cemetery, Wayne County, Ohio
Gepford, Daniel B Private K abt. 1836 June 16, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri "marasmus" (malnutrition) Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri memorial stone in Burbank Cemetery, Wayne County, Ohio
Gharst, Theodore T Private B (90-day) January 19, 1840 Mariette, Pennsylvania December 16, 1914 Olney, Richland County, Illinois Mount Pleasant Claremont, Illinois
Gibbons, Samuel G
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 A
2 A
1839 Jamesville, Ohio February 9, 1924 Boone, Iowa Bass Point Boone, Iowa
Gibson, Abraham
1 Private
2 Private

1 I (90-day)
2 E 3 Ohio Cavalry
December 16, 1841 Ohio September 5, 1919 Beaman, Missouri apoplexy cerebral (stroke) Oak Ridge West Liberty, Iowa
Gibson, William Private E (90-day) abt. 1840 June 14, 1913 Calgary, Canada possibly buried at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Canada, Sec. M, Blk 8, Plot 23, no visible marker per FindAGrave 3/1/2016
Gift, Abram
1 Musician
2 Private
3 Captain

1 FS 18 Ohio
2 G (9-month)
3 D 169 Ohio (100 days)
1830 February 23, 1916 Akron, Ohio Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio
Gill, Jacob M
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 C 114 Ohio
February 10, 1843 June 24, 1923 Jeromesville, Ohio apoplexy (stroke) Jeromesville Jeromesville, Ohio
Gillmore, John W Private F abt. 1842 April 8, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana variola; small pox Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Gilson, Boyd C
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 C (90-day)
2 H
October 30, 1839 Manchester, Pennsylvania August 20, 1917 Louisville, Kentucky Cave Hill Louisville, Kentucky
Gingery, Eli
1 Private
2 Private

1 K
2 G 20 United States
July 28, 1830 Ohio November 12, 1879 Wayne County, Ohio Jackson Presbyterian Jackson, Ohio
Gingery, Jonathan R
1 Private
2 Private

1 G 86 Ohio (90-day)
2 F (9-month)
May 8, 1842 May 25, 1914 Wooster, Ohio
Girard, Paul F
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 E
2 E 114 Ohio
3 F 114 Ohio
1831 Lure, Haute-Saone, Franche-Comte County, France May 29, 1897 Saint Genevieve Catholic Calmoutier, Ohio
Glancy, George W Private K (90-day) April 20, 1838 Pennsylvania November 21, 1903 Linesville Linesville, Pennsylvania
Glass, Alfred
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 K 15 West Virginia
3 F 10 West Virginia
July, 1830 Wayne County, Ohio August 14, 1906 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles National Los Angeles, California
Glick, George M
1 Corporal
2 Private

1 A
2 A
1843 Ohio April, 1884 Covington, Kentucky fever death info from 11th Reunion transcript; burial info on ACWDB may be incorrect (Elmwood, KC)-unable to locate gravesite or confirm if K.C. Glick is same - 11/26/15
Glime, Charles R Private K February 6, 1839 Canaan Twp. County, Ohio December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; gunshot Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi gravestone image from Canaan Center Cemetery, Canaan, Ohio, is memorial only
Goff, Thomas Private D (90-day) May 19, 1838 November 30, 1898 Frazeyburg Frazeyburg, Ohio
Goode, Martin/Moses M Private E (90-day) May 15, 1826 Warren, Ohio February 16, 1898 Grant, Indiana IOOF Estates of Serenity Marion, Indiana
Goodile, Philip
Soldier's Profile

1 Private
2 Private

1 K (9-month)
2 D (9-month)
December 25, 1830 Ram Krair, Germany May 12, 1907 Buffalo, New York Menlo Menlo, Iowa military records indicate a birth year of 1833
Goodyear, Jesse/James E
1 Private
2 Private
3 Corporal

1 C (90-day)
2 K
3 K
February 20, 1843 Wooster, Ohio June 20, 1933 Canton, Ohio West Lawn Canton, Ohio
Goon, John Private F (9-month) abt. 1842 Wayne County, Ohio February 20, 1863 Jackson, Mississippi disease in hospital as prisoner of war possibly St. Michael Lutheran Jackson, Mississippi "finger shot off" assumed at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou
Gordon, Samuel F ? G 1844 October 2, 1861 Camp Tiffin, Wooster, Ohio accidental gunshot wound Wooster Wooster, Ohio killed by accidental gunshot (see Wolbach ch. 2) on day of enlistment
Gorsuch, Robert N Private B March 9, 1839 Ripley, Ohio July 2, 1913 Pekin, Illinois Glen Paxton, Illinois
Gould, Silas
1 Sergeant
2 Sergeant

1 B (90-day)
2 F 3 Ohio Cavalry
March 6, 1820 Ashland County, Ohio May 12, 1863 Sullivan, Ohio disease Gould Ashland County, Ohio
Gould, Thomas
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 F 62 Ohio
abt. 1842 June 28, 1909 Dresden, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio headstone labeled "M. M. Gould" but shows Co. K, 16th OVI, process of elimination
Gould, William
1 Private
2 Private
3 Private
4 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 D
3 K 14 United States Verterans Reserve
4 A 198 Ohio (1 year)
1837 Ohio May 28, 1913 Muskingum County, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Gourley, James Private K (90-day) December 15, 1841 Sidney, Ohio November 8, 1917 Sidney, Ohio Graceland Sidney, Ohio
Graeter, Henry A
1 Private
2 Sergeant
3 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 C 41 Ohio
3 B 1 United States U. S. Veteran Volunteer Engineers
May 17, 1840 August 11, 1920 Dayton, Ohio Wooster Wooster, Ohio died at National Military Home, Dayton, Ohio
Graham, Hugh C Corporal G abt. 1842 February 9, 1871 Wayne County, Ohio Fredericksburg East Side Fredericksburg, Ohio may have become medical doctor after war
Graham, Thomas Corporal B abt. 1840 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; gunshot Oak Hill Millersubrg, Ohio some records indicate burial at Vicksburg National Cemetery - may have been re-interred to Oak Hill
Graham, Thomas Private E abt. 1843 April 27, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky continued fever/camp fever Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee record not found in national cemetery search
Gray, Alexander
1 Private
2 Private

1 C
2 B 9 United States U. S. Veteran Volunteers
April 1, 1844 Lancaster, Pennsylvania January 8, 1919 Smithville, Ohio heart trouble Smithville Smithville, Ohio cemetry info places death on 4/4/1919 but newspaper obit states 1/8/1919; post-war clerk
Gray, David Corporal E abt. 1834 May 8, 1863 Mississippi River typhoid fever Mound City National Mound City, Illinois
Gray, James M Private A (9-month) abt. 1839 July 27, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi typhoid malarial fever Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Gray, James N
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Sergeant

1 H (90-day)
2 G 62 Ohio
3 G 62 Ohio
May 21, 1842 Cambridge, Ohio November 29, 1914 Houston, Texas Evergreen Houston, Texas
Gray, John H Sergeant F October 23, 1837 November 28, 1861 Richwood, Ohio continued fever Price Richwood, Ohio birthdate calculated from gravestone inscription
Gray, Samuel Jefferson Private B September 25, 1842 Ohio December 23, 1914 Millersburg, Ohio Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio
Green, Albert/Almanza W Private E (90-day) abt. 1837 May 5, 1922 Kansas City, Missouri unconfirmed potential burial site in Alliance, Ohio
Green, John E
1 Private
2 Private

1 G (90-day)
2 E
abt. 1842 September 26, 1863 Camp Chase, Ohio remittent fever Fredericksburg West Fredericksburg, Ohio
Grice, Caleb F
1 Private
2 Corporal
3 Sergeant

1 I (90-day)
2 E 102 Ohio
3 E 102 Ohio
March 14, 1831 Fayette County, Pennsylvania December 17, 1913 Bellville, Ohio Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Griffin, Joseph/James/John W Private H abt. 1843 January 4, 1862 Lexington, Kentucky diptheria City Lexington, Kentucky confusion with John A Griffin
Grimes, Parker C Corporal K 1840 Ohio May 9, 1883 Vermontville, Michigan burned in sawmill explosion Woodlawn Vermontville, Michigan
Grindle, Harvey Private I abt. 1842 August 6, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana typhoid malarial fever Monument Orleans Parish County, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery
Griner, Solomon Private C abt. 1843 June 3, 1862 Flat Lick, Kentucky continued fever Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee record not found in national cemetery search
Grotendollar, Charles Private F July 23, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana intermittent fever
Grover, John
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 C
February 12, 1863 typhoid malarial fever
Hackinson, Robert Private A (90-day) January 6, 1836 December 16, 1913 Ohio Forest Fredericktown, Ohio
Hall, Edward L Private G (90-day) May 5, 1837 Berlin, Ohio April 29, 1927 Stanwood, Michigan Highland View Big Rapids, Michigan
Hall, John C
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Sergeant C September 21, 1842 Wayne County, Ohio March 29, 1907 Wooster, Ohio complications of disease Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Hall, Warner
1 Private
2 Wagoner

1 G (90-day)
2 B
abt. 1830 November 8, 1903 Forest Circleville, Ohio
Hamm, Lewis Private H abt. 1843 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Hanna, John F Private G (90-day) 1843 January 27, 1924 Millersburg, Ohio Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio
Hanna, Thomas A Private G September 8, 1839 Knox County, Ohio January 6, 1926 Mansfield, Ohio bronchitis Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) Lucas, Ohio
Harbaugh, Peter Private K abt. 1838 May 13, 1862 Cumberland Gap, Kentucky gunshot wound to head Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee shot in forehead during skirmish at Cumberland Gap - occurred on April 29, 1862
Hardesty, Samuel Private D February 11, 1862 Somerset, Kentucky continued fever Cave Hill Louisville, Kentucky
Harkins, Denton Private H abt. 1842 Wayne County, Ohio September 10, 1865 Old Presbyterian Stark County, Ohio
Harn, George WU
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1 Private
2 Captain

1 C (90-day)
2 I
July 30, 1820 Frederick County, Maryland December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; wounded in thigh Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi gravesite unknown; the captain wore a private's uniform in the battle and is likely to have been buried in an unmarked, possibly mass grave at Vicksburg
Harner, Robert E Private D (9-month) abt. 1831 May 29, 1863 Raymond, Mississippi disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi no records found in DVA cemetery search
Harper, Sidney S Private A (90-day) abt. 1838 April 17, 1895 Leavenworth National Leavenworth, Kansas
Hart, Adam Private C abt. 1840 May 25, 1900 Ashland Ashland, Ohio
Hart, Jr., David Private K abt. 1846 April 24, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana variola (small pox) New Orleans, Louisiana
Hashfield, Jacob Private I (90-day) November 13, 1821 December 13, 1866 Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Hause, Isaac Private H abt. 1830 June 25, 1862 Barbourville, Kentucky continued fever Cave Hill National Louisville, Kentucky
Hawken, Henry C Drum Maj FS (90-day) November 1, 1829 Columbus, Ohio April 30, 1905 Springfield, Ohio Ferncliff Springfield, Ohio was prominent musician during and after the war
Haynes, Francis D Private D (90-day) abt. 1835 Greenwood Lagrange, Indiana
Heckert, Benjamin F
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1st Lieut K March 29, 1840 Wayne County, Ohio April 12, 1911 Paw Paw, Michigan heart failure Prospect Hill Paw Paw, Michigan cousin of Levi Heckert
Heckert, Elias Private K abt. 1842 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; gunshot Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi no record found in DVA cemetery search
Heckert, Levi H Corporal K 1839 September 12, 1899 Maplewood Saint Elmo, Illinois cousin of Benjamin Heckert
Hedrick, Henry Private H abt. 1838 October 22, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana chronic dysentery Monument Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery
Heitz, Sr., Frederick S Private B (90-day) October 24, 1830 France July 11, 1911 Ashland, Ohio Ashland Ashland, Ohio
Heller, Joseph S Private G January 31, 1842 Orrville, Ohio January 11, 1925 Orrville, Ohio Orr Orrville, Ohio
Helwick, Lewis A Private E May 8, 1843 Saxony County, Germany November 16, 1912 Fort Laurens Bolivar, Ohio manufacturer of furniture, undertaker
Henderson, David Private G (90-day) March 1, 1918 County Home Crawford County, Ohio
Henderson, George Private B abt. 1838 December 28, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; gunshot Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi no record found in DVA cemetery search - may be buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg, Ohio or marker only
Henry, Calvin Private I 1893 Missouri per 1894 reunion "killed in Missouri summer 1893"
Hesler, George S Private I February 27, 1843 March 23, 1920 Austin, Minnesota Lansing Lansing, Minnesota gravestone indicates rank of sergeant but no corroborating evidence found
Hickey, Edward J
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 D
November 2, 1818 March 13, 1897 Lima, Ohio Barnes, Licking County, Ohio farmer; listed on muster role of February 28, 1863 as having deserted November 16, 1862
High, Daniel Private K November 23, 1861 continuous fever
Hileman, James E Corporal I abt. 1838 April 17, 1863 near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi, December 29, 1862 Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Missisisppi no record found in DVA cemetery search
Hindle, Jay P Private D Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Hoff, Amos Private K 1834 January 8, 1908 Dayton, Ohio West Salem West Salem, Ohio died at National Military Home in Dayton, ohio
Hoff, Josiah H Private K October 30, 1841 Wayne County, Ohio November 25, 1917 Medina County, Ohio Spring Grove Medina, Ohio
Hoffman, George Private G abt. 1840 July 14, 1862 Cumberland Gap, Kentucky continued fever Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee no record found in DVA cemetery search
Hogan, James C Private B abt. 1841 January 20, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky gunshot wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi, December 29, 1862 Ontario? Mound City or Springfield, Illinois / Ohio may have been re-interred at Springfield, Ohio, or that stone is marker only
Hoke, James F
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 C
abt. 1841 August 6, 1862 Tazewell, Tennessee killed in action at Battle of Tazewell, Tennessee Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee no record found in DVA cemetery search
Holden, Edward B Private A abt. 1838 August 6, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi inflamation of the brain Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi no record found in DVA cemetery search
Holder, James
1 Private
2 Private

1 K (90-day)
2 D
abt. 1839 December 15, 1861 Camp Dennison, Cincinnati, Ohio typhoid pneumonia Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio
Holtom, Philip L Private I (90-day) 1840 April 27, 1865 Mississippi River, Tennessee killed by or because of boiler explosion on steamer Sultana Lexington Lexington, Ohio after 16th OVI service enlisted in 102nd OVI; captured 9/24/1864 at Decatur, Alabama; exchanged 4/22/1865, killed on Sultana on route home five days later
Hostetter, Jacob Private B July 6, 1891 Hershey, Nebraska Sutherland, Nebraska
Hostler, James A Private I abt. 1837 March 27, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana fever Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi no record found in DVA cemetery search
Hough, John Private C June 3, 1883 Wooster, Ohio "lung fever" death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Howenstine, Andrew J Private B (90-day) April 16, 1838 Manheim, Pennsylvania January 23, 1899 Enid, Oklahoma Enid Enid, Oklahoma
Hoyman, John Private E 1839 1908 Pleasant Grove Millersburg, Ohio
Hudson, Jacob C Sergeant G abt. 1840 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi gunshot wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 28 or 29, 1862 Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi no record found in DVA cemetery search
Hume, Jasper N Corporal G March 8, 1863 Memphis, Tennessee disease
Hummer, John H
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2 Corporal

1 C (90-day)
2 H
1842 May 6, 1904 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Huntsman, Elias Private K abt. December 29, 1862 from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi died in Confederate captivity after capture at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862; exact date of death unknown
Hutcheson, John Private K abt. 1843 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; gunshot Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi no record found in DVA cemetery search
Inglehart, John Private A abt. 1842 July 22, 1862 Lexington, Kentucky disease Lexington National Lexington, Kentucky Lexington National Cemetery previously City (of Lexington) Cemetery
Irvine, James S
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Colonel FS (90-day) December 24, 1822 Wooster, Ohio June 23, 1882 Coshocton, Ohio Oak Ridge Coshocton, Ohio May, 1847, Captain, Company G, 4th Ohio, War with Mexico; first commander of 16th OVI; lawyer in Coshocton post-war first commander of 16th OVI; lawyer in Coshocton post-war
Jackson, George Private F abt. 1824 April 25, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi DVA records indicate death date of April 17, 1863
Jackson, George W Private F April 18, 1863 debliitas (weakness, infirmity)
Jackson, William Private F abt. 1830 February 22, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Mound City, Illinois medical death record lists "Exhaust and Erysiphelas" as causes of death
Jackson, William J Private D abt. 1840 February 9, 1862 Somerset, Kentucky continued fever Dresden Dresden, Ohio Dresden Cemetery may be marker as burial record for Cave Hill National Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky, also exists
Jaco, Henry A 1st Srgt F abt. 1834 November 20, 1919 Los Angeles National Los Angeles, California
Jacoby, Samuel L
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Private K (90-day) December 12, 1839 Tyre, New York July 3, 1916 Seneca Falls, New York Fox Seneca Falls, New York
James, Thomas L Private D 1884 West Liepsic fever death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Jefferies, Cyrus P Private G abt. 1839 August 27, 1862 Cumberland Gap, Kentucky congestion of the lungs Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee no record found in DVA cemetery search
Job, Maxwell Private I abt. 1844 February 14, 1863 from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi, December 29, 1862 Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi death place currently unknown
Johnson, Charles Private D (9-month) abt. 1838 March 25, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Johnson, Cyrus Sergeant G abt. 1839 April 19, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky disease Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee
Johnson, Robert P Private D October 24, 1863 New Orleans, Lousiiana disease
Johnson, Uriah Private D (9-month) abt. 1828 July 15, 1863 Champion Hill, Mississippi disease
Johnson, William L Private D abt. 1837 July 14, 1863 Columbus, Ohio phthisis pulmonalis (tuberculosis) Green Lawn Columbus, Ohio
Johnston, Cyrus W Private B (90-day) April 19, 1862 continued fever
Jordan, John Private E abt. 1831 May 19, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi killed in action at First Assault on Vicksburg, Mississippi; shoulder wound Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Joyce, William H Private E abt. 1829 May 27, 1863 James Landing, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Justice, George W Private A abt. 1843 April 25, 1863 St. Louis or Memphis, Missouri or Ten disease Jefferson Barracks National or Mississippi River National St. Louis or Memphis, Missouri or Ten military records conflict between death at St. Louis, Missouri and Memphis, Tennessee
Kain, Silas D Private K (90-day) August 30, 1838 Erie, Pennsylvania March 16, 1910 Dresden, Ohio farming accident Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Kauffman, Jacob JH Private K October 18, 1814 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania July 26, 1864 Wayne County, Ohio disease contracted during service Mount Zion Church Smithville, Ohio
Keel, Auroria C Private G (90-day) July 18, 1835 December 7, 1899 Lindenwood Fort Wayne, Indiana
Kelley, Thomas A Private E abt. 1843 August 8, 1863 Memphis, Tennessee disease discharged July 28, 1863, on Surgeon's certificate of disability
Kendid, Levi T Private F abt. 1841 October 21, 1862 Gallipolis, Ohio disease Lexington National Lexington, Kentucky died in hospital at Gallipolis, Ohio
Kenney, Thomas J Captain B (90-day) December 23, 1841 April 19, 1882 Ashland Ashland, Ohio attorney and judge
Kercher, David Private C February 3, 1843 Lancaster, Pennsylvania August 17, 1919 Arlington Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
Kershner, Philip
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1 Captain
2 Lt Col

1 E (90-day)
2 FS
June 28, 1832 Springfield, Ohio February 3, 1897 Detroit, Michigan master carpenter; wounded at Chickasaw Bayou; lost sight in later years
Kiefer, Henry M
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Private I (9-month) August 17, 1843 Wayne County, Ohio February 1, 1934 Smithville, Ohio Smithville Smithville, Ohio captured at Chickasaw Bayou, kept in "Prison Bridge" over Pearl River near Jackson, Mississippi
Killinger, John W Private C 1837 May 8, 1899 Delaware County, Pennsylvania Oakwood Warsaw, Indiana
Kindle, William F Private E (90-day) abt. 1831 July 24, 1918 Ferncliff Springfield, Ohio
Kinney, Isaiah L Private D abt. 1843 February 10, 1862 Lexington, Kentucky disease Lexington National Lexington, Kentucky
Klepper, Henry K Private H abt. February 17, 1844 June 12, 1869 Old Presbyterian Smithville, Ohio
Klingman, George Private H (90-day) April 28, 1839 Union County, Pennsylvania July 11, 1918 Boone, Iowa Linwood Park Boone, Iowa
Klotz, Joseph B Private I (90-day) November 22, 1838 Beford County, Pennsylvania May 10, 1905 Noble County, Indiana Cosperville Wawaka, Indiana
Knox, Ohio
1 Private
2 1st Srgt

1 G (90-day)
2 E
March 17, 1842 February 9, 1919 Fairview Council Bluffs, Iowa
Konn, Lewis Private I May 15, 1862 Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee
Kope, John S Private I December 22, 1841 Wayne County, Ohio December 19, 1919 Wooster, Ohio stroke Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Kreible, Isaac H Private F (9-month) August 26, 1835 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania September 10, 1906 Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio "shot in thigh" assumed at Chickasaw Bayou
Ladley, Oscar D
1 Private
2 1st Srgt
3 2nd Lieut
4 Captain
5 1st Lieut

1 E (90-day)
2 G 75 Ohio
3 G 75 Ohio
4 E 75 Ohio
5 D 22 United States
September 25, 1840 January 11, 1880 Farmington, New Mexico pneumonia Fort Leavenworth Fort Leavenworth, Kansas one of two officers in 75th Ohio not killed or wounded at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863; career military officer served in 22nd US Infantry in Indian Wars; died on duty of pneumonia; original burial at Ft. Lewis, Colorado
Lafferty, Smith Corporal I (90-day) January 16, 1822 Harrison County, Ohio March 8, 1899 Winterset City Winterset, Iowa
Lafferty, Wilson S Corporal I (90-day) March 3, 1840 February 4, 1914 Richland County, Ohio Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Landus, James H Private B (90-day) December 5, 1839 Wellsburg, Virginia January 8, 1917 Ashland, Ohio Ashland Ashland, Ohio
Langham, Robert Private I (90-day) 10, 1840 Pennsylvania May 26, 1914 Sandusky, Ohio Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Lantz, Benjamin F Sergeant I (90-day) 1840 Michigan April 25, 1922 Mansfield, Ohio Lexington Lexington, Ohio
Lawhead, William Private G abt. 1820 Pennsylvania July 16, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Historical Park Chalmette, Louisiana father William Sr. and son William J. enlisted together, same Company, died of disease 25 days apart in New Orleans
Lawhead, William J Private G abt. 1843 August 10, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana father William Sr. and son William J. enlisted together, same Company, died of disease 25 days apart in New Orleans
Lawrence, Henry H Private G December 14, 1841 December 21, 1924 Oak Grove Columbia City, Indiana
Lazzell, Thomas Private D 1824 Virginia August 11, 1876 Cass Township, Ohio consumption Pleasant Hill Dresden (near), Ohio
Lee, George W Private D 1839 Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Leeper, Martin V Private G (90-day) April 12, 1840 Fredericksburg, Ohio April 26, 1939 Waldport, Oregon Albany Masonic Albany, Oregon
Leffel, James M Private E (90-day) January 31, 1832 Mad River, Clark County, Ohio April 26, 1877 Springfield, Ohio Ferncliff Springfield, Ohio
Leggett, John Private E abt. 1831 November 2, 1863 Carrollton, Louisiana consumption Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery
Lehman, Daniel Private H abt. 1844 July 28, 1928 Cleveland, Ohio Geyer Smithville, Ohio discharged from 16th OVI on November 30, 1861, age 17, by writ of habeas corpus, too young for military; joined 102nd Ohio at age 18
Lehman, George D Private F (9-month) August 29, 1843 June 10, 1923 Shreve, Ohio Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Leidigh, William H Sergeant F December 21, 1840 Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania October 17, 1926 Villa Ridge, Illinois Cairo City Villa Ridge, Illinois
Lemmon, Ezra S Private E November 15, 1841 Benton, Ohio September 26, 1917 Holmes County, Ohio Fryburg Fryburg, Ohio brother of Johnson; wounded Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, left leg amputated; brother of Johnson Lemmon (below); became suttler and met up with 16th OVI again at Berwick Bay, Louisiana, October, 1863 (Linn diary)
Lemmon, Johnson J Private G (90-day) 1838 Ohio May 3, 1919 Los Angeles National Los Angeles, California brother of Ezra
Lemon, Luther M Private E (9-month) abt. 1844 May 20, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri disease Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Lichty, Samuel
1 Private
2 1st Lieut

1 C (90-day)
2 G
July 18, 1842 June 17, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana typho malrial fever Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana died in St. James Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana; promoted to Captain 23 days before death
Liggett, Robert W
1 2nd Lieut
2 1st Lieut
3 Captain
4 Captain
5 Major

1 B
2 B
3 B
4 166 Ohio (100 days)
5 FS 166 Ohio (100 days)
March 21, 1832 Holmes County, Ohio January 10, 1916 Lakeville, Ohio Nashville Methodist Nashville, Ohio relieved as Captain of Co. B, 16th OVI, for political reasons; went to Wash. D.C., met with Lincoln, personally, rec'd command in 166th Ohio, defending Wash.
Limbard, Sr., Mark Private K April 8, 1838 Bicker-Lincolnshire, England June 3, 1928 Oak Grove Yell County, Arkansas became Methodist preacher after war for 60 years
Linder, Wallace Corporal F abt. 1840 April 16, 1919 Marion, Ohio Marion Marion, Ohio
Ling, Martin Sergeant E 1839 Holmes County, Ohio May 24, 1871 Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio may also have served in Company G, 90-day regiment
Linn, Thomas B
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1 Private
2 Prin Musn

1 B
2 FS
January 23, 1842 Mechanic Township, Holmes County, Ohio January 22, 1921 Indianapolis, Indiana heart disease Crown Hill Indianapolis, Indiana
Linton, Isaac Private K (90-day) 1844 Ohio November 9, 1913 Cedar Hill Newark, Ohio
Littell, George W
1 Private
2 Prin Musn

1 K
2 FS
1840 Beaver County, Pennsylvania January 25, 1925 Creston, Ohio Maple Mound Creston, Ohio became a medical doctor after war; brother of Henry
Littell, Henry C Corporal K abt. 1843 Beaver County, Pennsylvania July 21, 1867 John Anderson Memorial Aliquippa, Pennsylvania internet commentary indicates died of disease contracted during war; brother of George
Litzinger, Charles Private F (9-month) abt. 1837 February 25, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Livingston, Thomas J Private F November 29, 1839 Richwood, Ohio June 17, 1908 London, Ohio Oak Hill London, Ohio brother of Henry
Livingston, Jr., Henry H Private F February 21, 1841 December 3, 1863 Claibourne Richwood, Ohio brother of Thomas
Loback, Augustus W 1st Lieut I (90-day) August 3, 1826 May 28, 1913 Bellville Bellville, Ohio
Lockhart, Joseph Private B (90-day) November 26, 1844 Richland County, Ohio May 24, 1914 Ashland County, Ohio Nankin Nankin, Ohio believed captured with entire 87th OVI at surrender of Harper's Ferry, September 15, 1862
Loder, John W Private A (90-day) July 24, 1836 Ohio December 17, 1914 Copperfield, Nevada Grand Army of the Republic Reno, Nevada
Logue, John Private H April 30, 1914 Breman, Ohio December 26, 1915 Crown Point, Indiana Saint Mary's Crown Point, Indiana discharged from service March 28, 1863, due to injury to hand
Long, Jr., John/Josiah C Private E (90-day) January 5, 1838 Nantucket, Massachusetts April 16, 1919 New York, New York Maple Grove Ravenna, Ohio researching possible post-war status as author of books on birds
Longacre, Isaac Private C 8, 1821 Pennsylvania December 16, 1902 Noble Township, Indiana Mount Zion Portland, Indiana
Longacre, Samuel K Corporal C July 8, 1837 Pennsylvania August 14, 1908 Green Park Portland, Indiana
Longshore, Jonathan S Private A (90-day) abt. 1841 Harrison, Ohio November 25, 1863 Missionary Ridge, Tennessee killed in action at Battle of Missionary Ridge Chattanooga National Chattanooga, Tennessee records indicate residence in Cambridge, Illinois, 1860 - assumed returned to birth state to fight for Ohio
Louther, Andrew J Private G (90-day) June 10, 1837 Millersburg, Holmes County, Ohio July 11, 1861 near St. George, Virginia killed in action at or near Battle of Carrick's Ford, Virginia Grafton National Grafton, West Virginia first man to be killed in 16th Ohio; re-interred Grafton National November 20, 1867; original burial listed as "Wm/. Elliots farm, Barbour Co, (WV), 300 yds from road - head east"
Lovell, Lewis C Musician K (90-day) abt. 1828
Lovell, William Corporal K (90-day) October 18, 1835 Muskingum County, Ohio March 24, 1913 Tuscarawas County, Ohio chronic bronchitis Fair Street New Philadelphia, Ohio
Lowery, Peterson C Private C October 25, 1820 Wayne County, Ohio November 4, 1873 Wayne County, Ohio killed by steam saw mill explosion listed as prisoner of war, May 3, 1864, Red River, Arkansas; some records indicate name as Peterson Conrad Lowery
Ludlow, George Private F September 17, 1886 Springfield, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Major, James Private C September 18, 1843 Ireland February 13, 1927 West Point, Illinois Graham Hancock County, Illinois
Maloney, John
1 Private
2 Private

1 G
2 A
abt. 1837 August 11, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery
Mangle, Franklin Private G abt. 1842 March 4, 1863 Yount's Point, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Missisisppi
Markley, James Private G April 12, 1842 February 14, 1888 Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio
Marks, John Private C abt. 1842 December 28, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Marnot, Gotlieb Private F (9-month) abt. 1839 April 3, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana in hospital resulting from suicide
Mathews, Robert F Private C abt. 1839 August 15, 1864 St. Olive Branch, Mississippi disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Maxel, Jacob G Private G April 12, 1846 Lancaster, Pennsylvania January 1, 1922 Orrville, Ohio Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio name Maxel & Maxell on military records; served 8 months, 9 months,10 months in listed units, respectively
McAffee, Joseph H
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 G
October 15, 1843 Dalton, Ohio January 28, 1899 Dixon County, Nebraska Rose Hill Emerson, Nebraska
McBride, Thomas Private D March 3, 1820 February 21, 1864 Dresden Dresden, Ohio location of and reason for death unknown
McCarty, William B 1st Lieut B (90-day) 1822 February 5, 1898 purported to have captured first Confederate flag of the Civil War at Philippi, (West) Virginia, June, 1861
McClain, Richard W Captain D (90-day) November 26, 1823 Plainfield, Ohio March 31, 1880 Plainfield, Ohio Fairfield West Lafayette, Ohio captured at Battle of Chickamauga (51st OVI), held in Libby Prison
McClelland, John F
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Private B abt. 1822 September 20, 1862 Cumberland gap, Kentucky disease while prisoner of war Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee
McCluggage, John Private B March 15, 1842 Allegheny County, Pennsylvania June 13, 1863 on Mississippi River tyhpoides fibris Presbyterian Church Wakatomika, Ohio with Paul Wilder at Battle of Tazewell where they captured Confederate Colonel
McClure, Addison S Captain H October 10, 1839 April 17, 1903 Wooster, Ohio Wooster Wooster, Ohio admitted to bar in 1861; elected U.S. Representative from Ohio in 47th and 54th Congresses
McCollough, Isaac Private B December 8, 1828 Holmes County, Ohio August 7, 1908 Butler, Ohio heart trouble Independence-Butler Richland County, Ohio wounded by shell burst at Battle of Big Black River Bridge, Mississippi, abt. May 17, 1863; severe sunstroke; was a highly rated mechanic
McConnell, Thomas J Private B (9-month) January 17, 1818 Benhurst, Ohio June 15, 1888 Morris, Ohio wounded and captured on or about May 22, 1863 at Second Assault on Vicksburg; farmer and carpenter; some records indicate birth in Virginia
McCormick, William
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1 Private
2 Private

1 G
2 H
abt. 1840 June 1, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi killed in action during Siege of Vicksburg Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi shot while digging earthworks below enemy fortifications; memorial headstones in two Ohio cemeteries
McCoy, David S Private H (9-month) abt. 1843 May 1, 1863 Port Gibson, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Thompson's Hill (Port Gibson) Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
McCoy, Edward D Private G (90-day) 1866 death info from 11th Reunion transcript
McDowell, Francis M Private H (90-day) 1839 September 29, 1921 Murphysboro, Illinois Murphysboro City Murphysboro, Illinois
McElhinney, Robert G Private G June 17, 1839 Fredericksburg, Ohio March 21, 1872 Orrville, Ohio Lutheran Orrville, Ohio
McFarland, James Private D abt. 1843 April 17, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky disease Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee
McFee, Amzi Private H abt. 1838 May 1, 1863 Port Gibson, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Thompson's Hill (Port Gibson) Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
McGee, Isaac S Private F 1842 September 21, 1921 Valmont, Colorado Green Mountain Boulder, Colorado
McIlvain, John Private K abt. 1843 August 25, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery
McIlvain, Marquis/Marcus Private K 1843 5, 1892 Jackson Presbyterian Jackson, Ohio
McIntire, Angus A Private G abt. 1843 April 3, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky disease Knoxville, Tennessee County
McIntyre, Darius Private F May 15, 1823 Clark County, Ohio September 5, 1910 Union County, Ohio Hopewell Magnetic Springs, Ohio probable but unknown relationship to James and John
McIntyre, James K Private F abt. 1843 Claibourne Richwood, Ohio assumed but unknown relationship to Darius and John
McIntyre, John Private F abt. 1843 Claibourne Richwood, Ohio assumed but unknown relationship to Darius and James
McKain, Jackson Private F abt. 1840 February 13, 1863 Jackson, Mississippi disease in hospital as prisoner of war Jackson, Mississippi likely captured at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862
McKean, John B Private G abt. 1842 April 2, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky disease Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee Knoxville National Cemetery incorrectly lists as 46th OVI
McKeever, John H Private F August, 1813 Chester County, Pennsylvania August 15, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi disease Mound City National Cairo, Illinois died on board hospital steamship Nashville believed to be docked at Vicksburg, Mississippi; memorial monument at Milford Center Cemetery, Milford Center, Ohio
McLaren, Charles C Private D August 22, 1842 July 10, 1893 Dresden, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio
McLaughlin, John Private B abt. 1839 March 4, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri disease Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
McManaway, Thomas Private H (90-day) October 22, 1838 Cambridge, Ohio May 15, 1910 Northwood Guernsey County, Ohio mother Elizabeth J. Custer 1st cousin to Gen. George Armstrong Custer
McMurray, Hugh Sergeant D abt. 1843 March 4, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky continued fever Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee assumed same Hugh McMurray who served in both 90-day and 3-year regiments
McNulty, James Captain G (90-day) August 7, 1833 August 7, 1909 Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio served: Mexican War; 16th OVI 4 months; 102nd OVI 4 months; 166th OVI 4 months
McQuigg, James C Corporal G August 1, 1840 Wayne County, Ohio January 3, 1922 Pana, Illinois Linwood Pana, Illinois a bio indicates service with 90-day 4th OVI but no records to support this; post-war attorney
McVicker, Ezeriah Private D abt. 1843 Ohio January 13, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri disease Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Meek, John W Private H (90-day) abt. 1840 Olathe Memorial Olathe, Kansas possibly served in 10th Ohio Cavalry making date of death September 13, 1877 but cannot confirm
Megavy, Jacob Corporal C abt. 1841 May 22, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi killed in action at First Assault on Vicksburg Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Middagh, George Private I abt. 1842 September 6, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana died in Marine General Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana
Miller, Samuel B Private B abt. 1836 September 14, 1863 Keokuk, Iowa disease Oakland Keokuk, Iowa
Miller, William D Corporal H 1882 Wooster, Ohio "died of wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou" death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Mills, John Private D abt. 1829 March 29, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana tyhpoid Vicksburg National Vickburg, Mississippi
Mills, Kingsley R Private H June 10, 1843 Michigan October 3, 1917 Denmark Center, Ohio Gould Pierpont, Ohio
Mills, Milton
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1 Captain
2 Captain
3 Major

1 K (90-day)
2 D
3 FS
September 27, 1831 Dresden, Ohio April 21, 1889 Zanesville, Ohio illnesses resulting from captivity after Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Greenwood Zanesville, Ohio great great grandfather of this website's author; brother of Newton
Mills, Newton T
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Private D June 20, 1842 Eills Station, Ohio November 17, 1918 Dresden, Ohio brother of Milton
Minser, George O Private G (90-day) October 31, 1865 Wooster, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Monosmith, Simon Private K abt. 1842 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killled in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Vicksburg National Vickbsburg, Mississippi memorial on family grave monument at Litchfield Burial Park, Litchfield, Ohio
Monroe, William R Captain F November 1, 1823 October 7, 1862 Portsmouth, Ohio pericarditis Greenmount Springfield, Ohio died just a few hours after arriving in Ohio from Cumberland Gap retreat
Moody, Miller
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Captain I (90-day) abt. 1821 Knox County, Ohio November 7, 1862 Chambersburg, Pennsylvania from wounds (five amputations) received at Battle of West Woods, Antietam, September 17, 1862 Bellville Bellville, Ohio mayor, Bellville, Ohio, ca.1847; Ohio state legislature 1849/50
Moore, James W Captain H (90-day) abt. 1825 Pennsylvania April 17, 1903 Greenwood Zanesville, Ohio
Morend, Peter J
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Private E February 10, 1807 Orsieres, Valais County, Switzerland September 10, 1887 Napoleon, Ohio St. Peter and Paul Catholic Glenmont, Ohio enlisted as age 40 but actually 54 years old; oldest member to serve in 16th OVI (known to date)
Morette, John Private E abt. 1838 May 17, 1863 Big Black River Bridge, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Big Black River Bridge Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Morrison, John Private A abt. 1819 May 19, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky disease Cave Hill National Louisville, Kentucky
Moses, Enoch R Private F April 2, 1838 June 1, 1920 Kewanee, Illinois Maquon Maquon, Illinois brother of Samuel
Moses, Lorenzo Sergeant F March 26, 1830 April 25, 1906 Richmond, Virginia Claibourne Richwood, Ohio may be related to Samuel and Enoch
Moses, Samuel V Private F 1840 Franklin County, New York April 2, 1899 Mercer, Ohio Hamilton-Bethel Mendon, Ohio brother of Enoch
Munroe, Frank Corporal D abt. 1841 February 1, 1862 Lexington, Kentucky continued fever Lexington National Lexington, Kentucky Lexington National Cemetery formally City Cemetery
Muse, Robert W
1 Captain
2 Major

1 A
2 FS
April 22, 1821 Harrison County, Virginia November 21, 1890 Greenwood Newton, Kansas lawyer; newspaper owner/editor; probate judge; railroad officer; lumber business; mayor of Newton, Kansas; bank owner; property owner
Myers, Charles C
1 Private
2 Private
3 Prin Musn

1 F
2 D
3 FS
abt. 1842 December 29, 1863 DeCrow's Point, Texas disease Galveston, Texas actual burial site probably lost on Matagorda Island, Texas
Myers, Peter Private E Holmes County, Ohio May 15, 1902 Oaklandon (assumed), Indiana Old Oaklandon Oaklandon, Indiana
Nevill, Edward Private B abt. 1830 May 25, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi from wounds received at Battle of Big Black River Bridge Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Nicholas, John D Captain A (90-day) abt. 1830 February 7, 1898 Coshocton, Ohio peritonitis Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi after war became Common Pleas judge in Coshocton, Holmes, Wayne Counties, Ohio
Norris, Joseph R Private D 1843 Ohio December 29, 1900 Arlington (assumed), Kansas Arlington Arlington, Kansas
Norton, Martin H
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2nd Lieut C 1843 Wayne County, Ohio August 17, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi acute dysentery Reedsburg Plain, Ohio died on board hosptial steamer Nashville docked at Vicksburg, Mississippi; cousin of Milton Reed; some military records indicate burial at Vicksburg National Cemetery
Ogle, John W
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 K (90-day)
2 D
January 17, 1837 abt. May 25, 1863 Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Ogle, Zachariah Private D July 12, 1840 July 10, 1896 Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Oldroyd, Asbury B Private C May 10, 1842 Ohio August 23, 1921 Wayne County, Ohio Shreve Shreve, Ohio
Oswald, Aaron B Sergeant C abt. 1838 May 22, 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi killed in action at Second Assault on Vicksburg Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Missisisppi
Otto, William H
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Private K September 12, 1845 Northumberland County, Pennsylvania July 1, 1929 Long Grove, Iowa Oak Hill Cedar Rapids, Iowa enlisted at age 16 claiming to be 18
Parks, Charles T
1 Private
2 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 H
1842 May 20, 1916 Glendale Akron, Ohio
Parsons, Solomon Private A (9-month) abt. 1835 April 7, 1863 typhoid Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi died on board hospital steamer D. A. January probably near Milliken's Bend or Young's Point, Louisiana
Patterson, Daniel
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Corporal K abt. 1841 January 16, 1863 Vicksburg (near), Mississippi from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Paul, Rudolphus O Private I (9-month) 1823 Pennsylvania December 21, 1895 Smithville, Ohio Old Lutheran Smithville, Ohio
Peck, Willis Private F abt. 1842 June 7, 1862 Flat Lick, Kentucky continuous fever Knoxville, Tennessee
Peight, David C Private I September, 1832 Mifflin County, Pennsylvania April 30, 1902 Wayne County, Ohio Geyer Smithville, Ohio believed to be brother of John
Peight, John Sergeant I January, 1829 Mifflin County, Pennsylvania October 3, 1911 Huntington County, Indiana Star of Hope Huntington, Indiana believed to be brother of David
Perine, Peter J Private C abt. 1842 Ohio October 2, 1921 discharged from National Home for Disabled Soldiers, Sawtelle, California, October 5, 1920
Peters, Matthew H Private E (90-day) abt. September 6, 1841 Bavaria County, Germany May 11, 1918 Watseka, Illinois G.A.R. Watseka, Illinois grew up as orphan on streets of New Orleans; taken to Springfield, Ohio, by benefactor and educated; mayor of Watseka, Illinois for six years and business man in that city.
Peyton, Thomas Corporal D abt. 1829 January 31, 1903 Quincy, Illinois Lakeside Pekin, Illinois died at Soldiers' and Sailor's Home, Quincy, Illinois
Pierson, Enos
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Corporal C December 15, 1915 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Piper, Henry Private C January 11, 1896 New Pittsburg, Ohio
Playford, John/George H Sergeant A abt. 1839 March 13, 1925 Zanesville, Ohio Greenwood Zanesville, Ohio served three years in 16th OVI
Plumer, William S Private F January 30, 1886 Toledo, Ohio "congestion of lungs" death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Plummer, Samuel Private C (90-day) May 2, 1840 March 21, 1914 Orrville, Ohio Orr Orrville, Ohio gravestone indicates soldier was badly wounded at Battle of Mission Ridge with 41st Ohio
Pocock, Robert 1st Srgt G July 12, 1874 Shreve, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Pomeroy, Orange Asst Surg FS December 7, 1835 May 16, 1915 St. Petersburg, Florida Chardon Chardon, Ohio grad. Cincinnati Medical College, 1860; postmaster Chardon, Ohio; died at winter home in Florida
Porter, Samuel Private G December 8, 1898
Powell, John Private G (9-month) abt. 1830 June 25, 1863 on hospital boat Cairo, Illinois
Price, Simeon P Private B abt. 1842 June 15, 1862 Flat Lick, Kentucky of disease listed as laryngitis Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee
Purcell, Enos Private B August 10, 1838 November 24, 1907 Green Lawn Grenola, Kansas
Randolph, Milton R Private I April 18, 1909 Dayton National Dayton, Ohio
Rathburn, Samuel E Private C abt. 1840 September 13, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana typhoid malarial Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana died at Marine Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana
Reckerd, James Musician H January 7, 1866 Wooster, Ohio diptheria death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Reed, Hiram H Sergeant I September 16, 1830 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania August 17, 1917 Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio County
Reed, Milton S
1 Private
2 Private

1 A
2 K
March 10, 1844 Wayne County, Ohio October 21, 1931 Wooster, Ohio natural causes Burbank Burbank, Ohio died at home on North Buckeye Street, Wooster, Ohio; cousin of Martin H. Norton
Reid, William W
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Corporal C November 20, 1835 Wayne County, Ohio January 7, 1912 Topeka, Kansas Rochester Topeka, Kansas some information indicates he may have been promoted to Sergeant
Reiser, Francis A Private K abt. 1819 May 5, 1864 Matagorda Island, Texas disease Galveston, Texas gravesite unknown
Richeson, Hamilton
1 2nd Lieut
2 Captain

1 C (90-day)
2 G
abt. 1833 June 19, 1870 Wooster, Ohio tuberculosis Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio after war became lawyer in Wayne County, Ohio; died at 37
Richey, Joseph Private H abt. 1841 August 19, 1863 Carrolleton, Louisiana disease (probably malaria) Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery
Rinehart, Levi M 1st Lieut FS (90-day) abt. May 29, 1836 Cambridge, Ohio February 13, 1865 Laprelle Creek, Dakota Territory County, Wyoming killed by Cheyenne Indians Old Pioneer Casper, Wyoming captured at Harper's Ferry, VA with 60th OVI; paroled, raised cavalry company, assigned 11th Ohio Cavalry, sent to western frontier
Rish, Benjamin F Private G abt. 1843 Columbiana, Ohio August 6, 1864 Morganza, Louisiana diptheria Port Hudson National Zachary, Louisiana brother of George W Rish
Rish, George W Private G January 9, 1845 Columbiana, Ohio May 11, 1911 South Bend, Indiana Oak Hill Plymouth, Indiana brother of Benjamin F Rish
Roberts, Allen Private F abt. 1843 January 28, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky from wounds received in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Mound City, Illinois
Roberts, William G Private B abt. 1843 May 17, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi died in Van Buren General Hospital Milliken't Bend, Louisiana
Robertson, David
1 Private
2 Private

1 D
2 B
abt. 1815 June 20, 1863 Annapolis, Maryland disease St. John's College (no record) Annapolis, Maryland died in General Hospital, Division #1, Annapolis, Maryland; reason Annapolis location unknown, possibly was captured and paroled?
Robinson, Alva E Private F abt. 1841 March 7, 1863 Jackson, Mississippi disease Jackson, Mississippi died in Confederate hospital at Jackson, Mississippi, as a prisoner of war; may have been imprisoned in Peral River Bridge
Robison, James D Surgeon FS (90-day) April 23, 1820 Wooster, Ohio May 10, 1895 Wooster Wooster, Ohio performed first amputation of the Civil War at Battle of Philippi, (West) Virginia
Romey, Frederick G
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1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 G
August 18, 1845 Wooster, Ohio October 17, 1933 Canton, Ohio West Lawn Canton, Ohio became Superintendent of Police of Canton, Ohio
Roney, Charles H
1 Private
2 1st Srgt

1 K (90-day)
2 D
abt. September, 1841 February 20, 1917 Dresden, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Rose, Walter J Private G abt. 1841 June 6, 1863 Millikent's Bend, Louisiana disease Memphis National Memphis, Tennessee died in Van Buren General Hospital at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana; some records indicate death at Memphis, Tennessee
Rosenberger, John Private B April 20, 1863 Gulf of Mexico disease buried at sea captured at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Decmeber 29, 1862; paroled but died on board ship Underwriter en route from New Orleans to Annapolis, Maryland; buried at sea
Ross, William M
1 1st Srgt
2 1st Lieut
3 Captain

1 G (90-day)
2 G
3 D
April 8, 1837 April 4, 1885 Millersburg, Ohio "blood poison from the effects of wounds received at (Battle of) Chickasaw (Bayou)" Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio attained title of Doctor after Civil War
Rouch, Jacob Private F abt. 1844 December 28, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action by gunshot at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Ruckle, William H
1 Private
2 Private
3 1st Lieut
4 2nd Lieut

1 K (90-day)
2 B (90-day)
3 I
4 D
January 23, 1839 March 1, 1916 Belle Vista El Dorado, Kansas
Russell, Thomas
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Corporal K February 18, 1837 Balliboro, Ontario County, Canada November 28, 1914 Wayne County, Ohio Canaan Center Canaan, Ohio discharged December 16, 1862 due to wounds which may have been the loss of several fingers from his right hand
Ryno, William Corporal I abt. 1842 April 24, 1863 Gulf of Mexico from wounds received in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862, and/or from sickness while prisoner buried at sea captured at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Decmeber 29, 1862; paroled but died on board ship Underwriter en route from New Orleans to Annapolis, Maryland; buried at sea
Salesbury, Elmer J Private H February 19, 1884 Hot Springs, Arkansas tuberculosis death info from 11th Reunion transcript - "from Chicago, Illinois"
Schaef, Edward Private G (9-month) March 9, 1841 October 19, 1919 Shreve, Ohio Moreland Moreland, Ohio
Schumbarger, Jacob Private E abt. 1844 March 27, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana "phthisis" (tuberculosis) New Orleans, Louisiana listed variously as "Schneeberger" and other spellings
Scott, Samuel S Private A abt. 1843 December 29, 1861 Camp Dennison, Ohio disease Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio some records indicate death on December 9 or 12; some records indicated burial at Lewis Cemetery, Muskingum County, Ohio
Scott, William W
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Private B (90-day) June 27, 1845 Mohican Township, Wayne County August 23, 1916 Stillwater, Oklahoma IOOF (Odd Fellows) Maramec, Oklahoma McLaughlin's Cavalry Squadron was consolidated into 5th Ohio Cavalry in July, 1865
Searight, William H Private H 1884 Montpelier, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Seibecker, Peter Private I abt. 1836 March 4, 1863 St. Louis, Missouri small pox Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri died in Small Pox General Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri
Seigfried, William H
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Private C May 21, 1841 Centre, Pennsylvania August 1, 1920 Barberton, Ohio Lakewood Akron, Ohio soldier preferred spelling last name Seigfried vs. Siegfried; some records indicate died in Summit, Ohio
Sells, William Private D abt. 1841 January 16, 1863 Keokuk, Iowa disease Keokuk National Keokuk, Iowa died in hospital at Keokuk, Iowa
Shadrach, John Private D abt. 1842 January 8, 1863 Memphis, Tennessee disease Memphis National Memphis, Tennessee died in hospital at Memphis, Tennessee
Shaeffer, Hiram M 1st Lieut H 1837 August 1, 1889 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Shaffer, Henry Private K 1866 Wooster, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Shamp, Sidney H Private G abt. 1842 April 18, 1863 bronchitis Keokuk National Keokuk, Iowa believed re-interred from Oakland Cemetery, Keokuk, Iowa
Shank, George W Private B December, 1838 Lakeville, Ohio January 14, 1902 Canby, Oregon Zion Memorial Canby, Oregon wounded in head and taken prisoner at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862
Shannon, Samuel Private B abt. 1834 April 5, 1863 Memphis, Tennessee from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862, and small pox Memphis National Memphis, Tennessee died in hosptial at Memphis, Tennessee
Shannon, Thomas W Private B 1842 Millersburg, Ohio February 4, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Mound City Mound City, Illinois died in hospital at Paducah, Kentucky
Sharp, George Private G abt. 1825 August 19, 1863 Keokuk, Iowa disease Oakland Keokuk, Iowa
Shaw, Charles Private A abt. 1836 April 28, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi original burial at Marshal Plantation, Madison Parish, Louisiana, re-interred at Vicksburg National January, 1867
Sheaham, William Private H abt. 1844 August 12, 1864 Morganza, Louisiana disease Port Hudson National Port Hudson, Louisiana
Shelby, Peter
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Private I September, 1843 Ashland County, Ohio November 14, 1907 Ashland, Ohio sudden illness Maple Grove Ashland County, Ohio died at home
Shock, Christopher Private D 1820 Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Shrimplin, Newton Corporal E August 14, 1882 Killbuck, Ohio info from 11th Reunion transcript
Shunk, Jackson Private F (90-day) September 5, 1836 September 8, 1926 Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio
Shyre, Michael
1 Private
2 Private

1 D (9-month)
2 B (9-month)
abt. 1838 January 10, 1863 Jefferson Barracks, Missouri disease Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Smail, William Private B abt. 1843 Holmes County, Ohio April 16, 1863 Memphis, Tennessee disease Memphis National Memphis, Tennessee
Smith, Cyrus Private K January 26, 1896 Woodbine, Iowa reported as being a minister in Iowa at time of death
Smith, Edward E Private E abt. 1842 May 17, 1863 Big Black River Bridge, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Big Black River Bridge Vicksburg, Mississippi
Smith, George H Private A abt. 1826 August 1, 1862 Cumberland Gap, Tennessee disease Knoxville, Tennessee
Smith, Henry H Private H 1840 January 23, 1930 Sidney Sidney, Indiana
Smith, Jacob Private F abt. 1828 February 21, 1862 London, Kentucky disease London, Kentucky died in hospital at London, Kentucky
Smith, Philip M
1 1st Lieut
2 Captain

1 K
2 G
February 23, 1840 Wayne County, Ohio May 17, 1904 Pima County, Arizona Forest-Llewellyn Kirksville, Missouri after war was sheriff of Kirksville, Missouri, and active in the furniture and hardware business in that city.
Smith, William Private B 1894 Oblong, Illinois
Smyser, Henry Private I March 30, 1838 Reedsburg, Ohio May 19, 1910 Wichita, Kansas Maple Grove Wichita, Kansas brother of Jacob D. Smyser; served together; buried Jacob at mouth of Yazoo River
Smyser, Henry C Private I abt. February, 1844 April 28, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Reedsburg Plain, Ohio relationship to other Smysers probable but not confirmed
Smyser, Jacob D Private I February 17, 1840 January 19, 1863 Young's Point, Louisiana disease Reedsburg Plain, Ohio brother of and buried by Henry; family re-interred from private grave at Young's Point, Louisiana, in late March, 1863
Snyder, Daniel C Private E abt. 1839 March 15, 1863 Jefferson Barracks, Missouri small pox Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Snyder, Samuel Private B abt. 1840 July 27, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery; died on hospital steamer Laura Hill at New Orleans, Louisiana
Snyder, William I Private C (9-month) abt. 1840 June 12, 1863 Memphis, Tennessee disease Memphis National Memphis, Tennessee
Sommers, Gideon B Private H (9-month) August 25, 1877 Wooster, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Sommers, John P Private A abt. 1817 May 3, 1862 Flat Lick, Kentucky typhoid
Spangler, William
1 2nd Lieut
2 Captain

1 G (90-day)
2 B
abt. 1833 January 19, 1862 Millersburg, Ohio disease Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio
Spring, Daniel G
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 G (90-day)
2 E
abt. 1835 May 17, 1863 Big Black River Bridge, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Big Black River Bridge Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Spurgeon, William H Corporal D December 10, 1861 Camp Dennison, Ohio continuous fever Dresden Dresden, Ohio
St. Clair, Daniel Private D abt. 1842 July 27, 1862 Cumberland Gap, Kentucky disease brother of William; brother John, 97th Ohio, died of disease February 6, 1863
St. Clair, William
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Private D 1840 February 8, 1931 Dresden, Ohio Dresden Dresden, Ohio brother of Daniel; brother John, 97th Ohio, died of disease February 6, 1863
Stahl, Zachariah T Private G abt. 1833 December 29, 1863 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Stauffer, Jacob B Private C (90-day) May 7, 1840 Wayne County, Ohio June 20, 1914 Orrville, Ohio Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio last name spelled Stouffer on some military records
Steel, Amos Corporal C April 9, 1885 Marshalville, Ohio "lung fever" death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Steel, Benjamin Sergeant I abt. 1838 abt. 1880 Orrville Orrville, Ohio
Stein, George W
1 Sergeant
2 1st Lieut
3 Captain

1 C (90-day)
2 C
3 A
abt. 1837 1865 Shreveport, Louisiana disease
Stick, Henry Private G abt. 1838 January 22, 1862 Lexington, Kentucky disease City Lexington, Kentucky
Stimmell, John Private B abt. 1839 October 25, 1863 Carrollton, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery
Stitt, Alexander Private C abt. 1842 December 8, 1861 Camp Dennison, Ohio camp fever Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio died after 11 weeks of service; reunion records indicate burial in Wooster, Ohio
Stitt, John Sergeant C abt. February 9, 1836 August 7, 1863 disease Cairo, Illinois
Stofer, Henry Private F (90-day) December 4, 1832 Fayette County, Pennsylvania January 14, 1920 Newcomerstown, Ohio Union Port Washington, Ohio possibly from injuries suffered after being hit by car 11/9/1919 in Texas; Constable in Port Washington, Ohio, 1880 census
Stonehocker, James Private A (90-day) September 6, 1840 White Eyes, Ohio June 9, 1902 La Salle, Colorado Linn Grove Greeley, Colorado
Stotsburg, Thomas J Sergeant C January 12, 1885 Athens, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Strock, Myron F Corporal B January 18, 1835 Mahoning County, Ohio March 7, 1932 Kirksville, Missouri Brashear Brashear, Missouri lived to age 97
Summerton, John W Corporal K January, 1833 Ohio abt. July 3, 1863 disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi Congress, Ohio, gravestone indicates death on July 3, 1863, buried at Vicksburg National ; military records indicate death on July 7, 1863, buried at Cairo, Illinois
Swartz, Wesley Private C abt. 1839 April 23, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky disease Knoxville National Knoxville, Tennessee
Sweaney, Daniel Private F (90-day) February 1, 1842 Mineral City, Ohio January 10, 1931 Uhrichsville, Ohio Fair Street New Philadelphia, Ohio with 80th OVI wounded, taken prisoner; carpenter after war
Swinehart, Adam
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Private B May 14, 1815 Belmont, Ohio April 18, 1897 Industry, Illinois Salem Astoria, Illinois father of Jonathan
Swinehart, Jonathan S Private D 1838 Ohio February 5, 1863 Jefferson Barracks, Missouri typohid febris Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri son of Adam
Switzer, Archibald H
1 Private
2 Sergeant

1 C (90-day)
2 G
abt. 1837 Wayne County, Ohio January 15, 1896 Holmesville, Ohio Prarie Township Holmesville, Ohio
Tanner, Alfred
1 Private
2 Private

1 K
2 I
1835 October 3, 1920 Wooster, Ohio Maple Mound Creston, Ohio
Tanneyhill, Richard W
1 Captain
2 Private

1 E
2 I 76 Ohio
May, 1838 July 15, 1913 Holmes County, Ohio disease of kidneys and stomach Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio probate judge for Holmes County, Ohio, for 32 years after war
Tatham, Charles Private D abt. 1840 November 6, 1862 Gallipolis, Ohio disease Baxter Baptist Muskingum County, Ohio may have been reinterred from City Cemetery, Gallipolis, Ohio
Taylor, James B Private B 1842 August 28, 1921 Grand Rapids, Michigan Fairplanes Grand Rapids, Michigan
Teeple, Theodore Private November 22, 1835 Cochin, Pennsylvania February 22, 1913 Wooster Wooster, Ohio apparently drafted and was later discharged for ill health; became relatively famous post-war photographer in Wooster Ohio and surrounding area
Tidball, Hugh
1 Private
2 Corporal

1 G (90-day)
2 B
1839 September 9, 1924 Collyer, Trego County, Kansas Union Collyer, Kansas
Tipton, Hiram S 1st Srgt B 1912 Elmwood Kansas City, Missouri
Tipton, James Private B 1885 death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Tipton, Solomon
1 Private
2 Private

1 I
2 B
abt. 1845 August 4, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana typhoid fever Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana
Tuttle, Austin Private A abt. 1843 April 23, 1863 Richmond, Louisiana disease some records indicate death at Port Hudson, Louisiana
Twist, Russell P Sergeant E (90-day) July 23, 1827 Eden, New York August 8, 1906 Bonner Springs, Kansas Bonner Springs Bonner Springs, Kansas
Uhl, James M Private E abt. 1842 May 19, 1863 Perkin's Landing, Louisiana disease New Orleans, Louisiana
Uhl, Silas J
1 Private
2 Private

1 G (90-day)
2 E
June 20, 1841 Millersburg, Ohio April 12, 1916 Cincinnati, Ohio Ferncliff Springfield, Ohio captured at Chickasaw Bayou, held prisoner on Pearl River Bridge; became famous artist after war
Ullman, Joseph Private G (9-month) abt. 1834 May 27, 1902 Paw Paw Miami County, Indiana cemetery near Roann, Indiana
Ullman, Samuel Private G (9-month) 1832 December 25, 1914 Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio
Updike, Samuel C Private H abt. 1825 April 2, 1862 Cumberland Ford, Kentucky disease Crow Wapakoneta, Ohio Crow Cemetery may be marker only or he was moved from Knoxville National Cemetery
Van Doorn, William P
1 Corporal
2 Captain

1 C (90-day)
2 K
1835 February 2, 1899 Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Vandervoort, James W Asst Surg FS February 6, 1834 Warren County, Ohio November 11, 1911 Harveysburg, Ohio Miami Corwin, Ohio
Voorhes, Rezin H
1 Private
2 Captain
3 1st Lieut

1 G (90-day)
2 H
3 E
May 19, 1839 Millersburg, Ohio March 30, 1880 Coffeyville, Kansas tuberculosis Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio contracted tuberculosis while prisoner at Libby Prison; post-war became doctor, moved to Kansas for health; buried back in home town
Voorhes, Richard M Private A (90-day) October 6, 1838 Harrison County, Ohio July 21, 1915 Coshocton, Ohio Oak Ridge Coshocton, Ohio with 65th OVI, wounded at Stones River, Tennessee 12/31/1862; post-war attorney, appellate judge; may have attended grade school with Gen. George Armstrong Custer
Wagner, Fredrick J Private K (90-day) 1835 Wurtenburg, Germany January 26, 1909 Cadiz, Ohio apoplexy Cadiz Union Cadiz, Ohio
Waldorf, William Private G 1813 Virginia April 25, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Missisisppi original burial at Marshal Plantation, Madison Parish, Louisiana, re-interred at Vicksburg National January, 1867; son William C. served in 102nd OVI
Wallace, John Private D 1819 September 12, 1897 Dresden Dresden, Ohio
Wallick, Charles Private B July 8, 1843 July 2, 1922 Victor, Iowa Victor Memorial Victor, Iowa
Warner, Charles W Private B abt. 1844 December 18, 1861 Camp Dennison, Ohio continuous fever Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio records indicate soldier was 17 years old when enlisted
Warner, Samuel
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Private K abt. 1841
Warner, Solomon Private F 1871 Congress, Ohio death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Watson, Thomas Private I (9-month) January 28, 1820 July 23, 1894 Holmesville, Ohio Prarie Township Holmesville, Ohio Drafted and when offered a substitute, refused, saying, ?No sir, I would not give one postage stamp. I have been drafted and will serve my country faithfully. I have as good a right to go as anybody else.?
Watts, Zimmerman Private E abt. 1827 January 24, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky disease Mound City, Illinois U. S. Register of Deaths of Volunteers indicates death by gunshot, therefore, likely to be from Battle of Chickasaw Bayou
Weaver, Joseph Private H abt. 1842 July 1, 1863 Columbus, Ohio disease Green Lawn Columbus, Ohio
Welling, James M Private A (90-day) 1843 August 18, 1916 Chicago, Illinois Mount Carmel Hillside, Illinois
White, Samuel
1 Private
2 Private

1 C (90-day)
2 I
1840 October 30, 1917 Crown Hill Orrville, Ohio
Whittaker, Milton Private A (9-month) abt. 1828 April 11, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana concussion from fall Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery; research shows soldier was captured at Chickasaw Bayou, transferred to a Union hospital in New Orleans where he "fell on slippery cobblestones", causing a concussion resulting in death
Wicke, Henry Corporal G 1841 1904 Elmwood Kansas City, Missouri
Wicknete, Hiram Private F abt. 1842 August 30, 1863 Cairo, Illinois disease Cairo, Illinois some records indicate death on April 30, 1863
Wilder, Paul
1 Corporal
2 Sergeant

1 B
2 B
abt. 1832 February 6, 1863 Paducah, Kentucky empyemia from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 (chest infection) Oak Hill Millersburg, Ohio some records indicate buried at Mound City, Illinois, could have been re-interred in Ohio or Ohio gravesite is monument only; some death dates 2/11, 2/14, 2/16/1862; see interesting story about soldier in History of Company B
Wile, Benjamin H Private F abt. 1840 September 16, 1919 Wooster, Ohio Rice Wooster, Ohio
Wiler, John A Private A abt. 1841 February 9, 1863 Young's Point, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Wiley, Aquilla
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1st Lieut C (90-day) February 20, 1835 Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania June 5, 1912 Wooster, Ohio Wooster Wooster, Ohio with 41st OVI, wounded left leg Battle of Shiloh; wounded left leg Battle of Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, leg amputated; breveted Brig. General in 1865; attorney and state legislator post-war
Williams, Bona Private A abt. 1837 October 27, 1862 Gallipolis, Ohio disease City Gallipolis, Ohio
Williams, Daniel Private K abt. 1841 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi
Williams, Leander Corporal A abt. 1823 February 28, 1863 Jefferson Barracks, Missouri from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Williams, Thomas D Private B abt. 1834 February 20, 1863 Jackson, Missisisppi disease Jackson, Mississippi died while prisoner of war, possibly kept in Pearl River "Prison Bridge"
Winger, Christian Private D (9-month) abt. 1818 April 22, 1863 Milliken's Bend, Louisiana disease Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi original burial at Marshal Plantation, Madison Parish, Louisiana, re-interred at Vicksburg National January, 1867
Wolbach, Theodore D
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1 E
2 E
June 6, 1844 Smithville, Ohio June 25, 1928 Wadsworth, Ohio tried to enlist at age 16 but was denied; lied about age and enlisted later in 1861; wrote and published Camp & Field articles; mayor of Wadsworth, Ohio; photographer post-war
Wolf, Samuel Private E abt. 1840 March 12, 1863 phthisis pulmonalis (tuberculosis) Jefferson Barracks National St. Louis, Missouri
Wood, George W Private K abt. 1846 March 12, 1864 New Orleans, Louisiana disease Chalmette National Chalmette, Louisiana Chalmette National Cemetery aka Monument Cemetery; died at age 18 after less than two months in military service
Wood, Harvey S 1st Lieut F December 10, 1839 Marysville, Ohio June 10, 1883 Knoxville, Tennessee apoplexy Oakdale Marysville, Ohio died while visiting Cumberland Gap area where he soldiered in 1862
Wynegar, David M Private F abt. 1831 February 15, 1863 from wounds received at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou, December 29, 1862 Vicksburg National Vicksburg, Mississippi died while prisoner after capture at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou; name on placque at Vicksburg Military Park, Mississippi
Yarnell, Cyrus Private C April 16, 1897 Missouri death info from 11th Reunion transcript
Yingling, William H Private E abt. 1841 December 27, 1861 Camp Dennison, Ohio disease Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio
Young, James Private F 1832 December 29, 1862 Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi killed in action at Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Woodlawn Lodi, Ohio may have been re-interred at Woodlawn (no record at Vicksburg)
Zimmerman, Cyrus Private I abt. 1839 April 14, 1864 Matagorda Island, Texas disease Galveston, Texas
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