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Brief Biography- Co. H

Home Camp of The Seventh Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry


Company H

Trumbull Co. Militia- Co. A

Organized in Warren, Ohio and removed to Cleveland under the direction of Captain Joel F. Asper.

Three Month Service: Mustered in April 29th, 1861 at Cleveland, Ohio by William Clinton, 1st Lieutenant, 10th Infantry U.S.A., Mustering Officer. Mustered out August 18th, 1861 at Warren, Ohio by John R. Edie, major, 15th Infantry, U.S.A., Mustering Officer.

Three Year Service: Mustered in at Camp Dennison, Cincinnati, Ohio, between June 17th and June 20th, 1861. Mustered out at Cleveland, Ohio July 6th, 1864 at Cleveland, Ohio.

Notes:

bulletThe Battle of Winchester, Va. on March 23rd, 1861 was also noted as the Battle of Kernstown, Va.
bulletSoldiers who have no rank associated with their name are Privates in the Army.
bulletOn June 11th, 1864 a detachment of men from the 7th Regiment was detailed to the 5th Regiment. On Oct. 31st, 1864 the men of this detail were absorbed into the ranks of the 5th O. V. I.
bulletThe Seventh Regiment was relieved from  active duty June 11th, 1864, by Circular No. 36, War Department, dated May 2nd, 1864.
bulletSoldiers whose names are highlighted in green represent those men who enlisted in the original Regiment in June of 1861 and survived all three years of service to be mustered out when the Regiment was discharged in July of 1864. 

Brief Alphabetical Biography

Officers

ASPER, JOEL F.; F.; Entered the service April 24th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 3rd, 1861 for 3 years; entered as Captain; promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel May 20th, 1862; see Field and Staff.
BAXTER, MORRIS; Entered the service April 22nd, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; see Field and Staff.
BRADEN, WILLIAM D. D.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months (as Private); mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; promoted to Captain Co. G, July 9th, 1863; see Co. G.
BRISBINE, JAMES P. P.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; see Co. E. (2nd Lieutenant)
CASE, HALBERT B.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed 1st Sergeant April 29th, 1861; promoted to 2nd Lieutenant June 8th, 1861; promoted to 1st Lieutenant Nov. 25th, 1861; resigned Feb. 1st, 1862; commissioned as Captain Co. C, 84th O. V. I., May 31st, 1862; mustered out with the company Sept. 29th, 1862.

Halbert B. Case was born in Trumbull County, Ohio, May 31st, 1838. His father being a farmer, he was bred to that occupation. At the age of sixteen years he entered the W. R. Seminary, at Farmington, Ohio, preparatory to entering college. After a year and a half spent in this institution of learning, he went to Oberlin, where he pursued his studies for more than three years, when, his health failing him, he was compelled to leave college.

During the winter of 1859, his health being somewhat improved, he went to Tiffin, Ohio, and commenced the study of the law. He remained here two winters. In the spring of 1860, being in indifferent health, he returned to his home in Mecca, Ohio, where he pursued his studies privately for some months. After which he went to Warren, and studied law with Forriat and Barnett until the breaking out of the rebellion.

On the 19th day of April 1861, deeming it his duty to serve his country, be enlisted in Asper’s company the first organized in the county. He was soon after made orderly-sergeant. When the three years’ organization was made, he was unanimously chosen a lieutenant by a vote of his company. He served honorably during the campaign in Western Virginia, taking an active part in the affair of Cross Lanes, sharing the fortunes of the detachment under Major Casement. Among the first promotions that were made in November 1861, he was remembered by the authorities and appointed a first lieutenant. He accompanied the regiment to Eastern Virginia, where he joined the expedition to Romney and Blues Gap.

While at Patterson’s Creek he felt it his duty to resign his commission, on account of a personal difficulty with Colonel Tyler. He therefore left the regiment early in February, with the regrets of the entire command.He was not long permitted to remain at home, for his former services were acknowledged by giving him a commission as captain in the Eighty-fourth Regiment which was being organized for three mouths’ service. This position being accepted, he proceeded with his regiment, to Cumberland, Maryland. Soon after its arrival he was made provost marshal and commandant of the post. In this position he won an enviable reputation. Among his first orders was one against the use and sale of intoxicating liquors, which he proceeded to enforce in an effectual manner; and thus materially aided in maintaining order and quiet at the post. After nearly five months’ service, when the regiment was mustered out, he was appointed colonel, for the purpose of reorganizing it for three years’ service. He immediately entered upon this task; but owing to the number of regiments at that time being organized in Northern Ohio, he was but partially successful. The regiment being finally consolidated with the One Hundred and Twenty fourth Ohio, he returned to his home.

He soon after entered the law-school at Ann Arbor, Michigan; and after a year and a half spent at this university, he graduated, with the degree of L. L. B. Soon after, he returned home, where he married, and commenced the practice of his profession at Youngstown, Ohio. (Wood)

CLEVELAND, JAMES B.; B.; Entered the service April 24, 1861, for 3 months; appointed 2nd Lieutenant April 24th, 1861; resigned June 8th, 1861.
EATON, HENRY Z.; Z.; Entered the service April 22nd, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 18th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out as Private Co. B, June 18th, 1861; appointed 2nd Lieutenant Co. B, June 18th, 1861; promoted to 1st Lieutenant and assigned to Co. H, Feb. 20th, 1862; detached as acting aide-de-camp on staff of Gen. E. B. Tyler; wounded in the leg during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; resigned by reason of disability Nov. 23rd, 1862.

Lieutenant Eaton entered the service as a private, but on the three years’ organization was made a second lieutenant. He was with the regiment constantly during the campaign in Western Virginia, and always at his post. He took an important part in the Cross Lanes affair, and in the march of Major Casements detachment.

He now went to the East with the regiment, when Colonel Tyler being given a brigade, he was assigned to his staff as aid-de-camp. He held this position at the battle of Winchester; and no one in the army did better service. He was constantly in the saddle, riding fearlessly in the heat of the battle, a fair mark for the rebels. During the engagement his horse was wounded. He was mentioned in official reports for gallant conduct. He soon after took part in the battle of Port Republic, where he added much to his already well-earned reputation for courage and other soldierly qualities. He now followed the regiment to Alexandria, where he returned to his company and to the front of Pope’s army, where he was at the battle of Cedar Mountain, in which he was severely wounded. He soon after returned to his home, and finally resigned, on account of disability from wounds. (Wood)

McClelland, SAMUEL; Entered the service April 24th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 17th, 1861, for 3 years; entered as Captain; promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel Dec. 1st, 1863; see Field and Staff.
NESPER, CHRISTIAN; See Co. K
WOOD, GEORGE L.; L.; Entered the service April 24, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 3, 1861, for 3 years; appointed 1st Lieutenant April 24th, 1861; promoted to Captain Co. D, Nov. 25th, 1861; see Co. D.

Brief Alphabetical Biography

Enlisted Men

BACON, HENRY; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; killed during the Battle of Antietam, Md., Sept. 17th, 1862.
BAKER, RUSSELL; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; wounded during the Battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., June 27th, 1864; left arm amputated; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I. Oct. 31stst, 1864; discharged June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
BALDWIN, WILLIAM C. C.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Columbus, O., July 20th, 1862 on surgeon's certificate of disability.
BANNISTER, WILLIAM H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the left thigh during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; transferred to Invalid Corps Feb. 11th, 1864, by Order of the War Department.
BARNUM, AMOS D. D.; Entered the service Aug. 20th, 1862, 3 years; died at Harper's Ferry, Va., Feb. 12th, 1863. (Recruit)
BARNUM, SAMUEL H. H.; Entered the service Aug. 20th, 1862, 3 years; severely wounded in the bowels during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; died of wounds at Washington D. C., May 17th, 1863.(Recruit)
BEEBE, JAMES O. O.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; appointed Corporal April 29th, 1861; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
BELL, HIRAM J. J.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal Dec. 24th, 1861; wounded in the groin during the Battle of Antietam, Md., Sept. 17th, 1862; discharged at Cleveland, O., May 24th, 1863 on surgeon's certificate of disability.
BENNETT, WILLIAM H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal; killed during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; his body was removed to the National Cemetery at Chattanooga, Tenn.
BISHOP, STEPHEN E. E.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded during the Battle of Winchester, Va., March 23rd, 1862; discharged for wounds July 14th, 1862.
BOUGH, JOSEPH J. J.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, for 3 years; died at Gauley Bridge, Va., Sept. 19th, 1861.
BOWER, GEORGE W. W.; Entered the service June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Washington, D. C., Dec. 6th, 1862, on surgeon's certificate of disability.
BOWER, HARRISON P. P.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; died at Middlefield, O., Jan. 29th, 1862; buried Jan 31st, 1862 in Mesopotamia Twp. Cemetery, Trumbull Co., Ohio.
BOWER, REUBEN W.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861 for 3 years; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
BOWER, ROBERT S. S.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal April 29th, 1861; promoted to Sergeant; promoted to 1st Sergeant, June, 1863; discharged Feb. 15th, 1864, on surgeon's certificate of disability. Buried April 28th, 1865 in Mesopotamia Twp. Cemetery, Trumbull Co., Ohio.
BOWMAN, WILLIAM; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; died at Charleston, Va., Sept. 18th, 1861 from Typhoid Fever; buried in Charleston, Va.
BROBST, SOLOMON; Entered the service Sept. 6th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I. Oct. 31stst, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1863, by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
BROCKWAY, MARCUS; Musician; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 19th, 1861, for 3 years; drummer in Co. A in for 3 years' service; transferred to regimental band July 10th, 1861; mustered out with band at Washington, D. C., July 5th, 1862.
BROCKWAY, RICHARD M. M.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
BROOKS, CHARLES A. A.; Entered the service May 20th, 1861, for 3 years; promoted to 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant; wounded in the hand during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; sent home on recruiting duty after the battle of Gettysburg, while in Cleveland, Ohio he was killed in a railroad accident on Aug. 13th, 1863; buried in Bristolville, Trumbull Co., Ohio; (see Field and Staff)
BROOKS, JAMES C. C.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, 3 years; wounded in the right leg during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; discharged June 21st, 1865, by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
BROWN, GEORGE W. W.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; wounded in the left hand during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865, by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
BUELL, CHARLES L. L.; Entered the service Aug. 30, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I. Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
BUNDY, THOMAS W. W.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
BURROWS, STEPHEN; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months, ; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
CAMPBELL, CHARLES L. L.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Alexandria, Va., Dec. 21st, 1862.
CARIHER, ALBERT G. G.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
CARNAGEY, BENJAMIN F. F.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861; reenlisted for 3 years but regiment unknown.
CASPER, STANLEY M. M.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Sergeant April 20th, 1861; discharged at New Market, Va., May 10th, 1862, by order of the War Department. Died April 5th, 1906; buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Mahoning Co., Ohio.
CAVANNAH, ARTHUR A. A.; Entered the service April 2nd, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded during the Battle of Winchester, Va., March 23rd, 1862; rejoined the regiment near Culpepper, Va.; discharged on account of disability at Washington, D. C, Nov. 26th, 1862, by order of the War Department. Known engagements: Cross Lanes, W. Va.; Cotton Hill, W. Va.; Blue's Gap, W. Va.; Winchester, Va.

Born at Burlington. March 12th, 1842. When seven years old his father died. His mother whose family was of the Society of Friends (Quakers), moved the family to Philadelphia, near Camden, her old home. Arthur attended school until age fourteen years of age., when his mothers brother took him to Cleveland, where he again attended school and later Agricultural College. Upon the discovery of oil in Mecca he went there, and was engaged in drilling when Sumter was fired upon. After his return from the Army he married Miss Katherine Snyder of Euclid. Pa. He entered the service of the Cleveland fire department in 1863; was its secretary for ten years, and captain of Mazeppa No. 1. He became assistant chief in 1880. He devised the fire pipe line system for the fire boats, which has since been extended in Cleveland, and adopted by other cities., resulting in large saving in expense of hose and delay of long lines. He promugated what is known as the fire cadet system, whereby young men entering the Cleveland department as cadets have two years of training before being accepted as fireman, advancing in grade and salary every six months as they shpw progress, or are rejected. After more than thirty years, during which time he received many bad injuries, he retired upon the urgent solicitation of his family.

CHAFFEE, JOHN A.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed corporal; promoted to Sergeant; mustered out with the company July 7th 1864; buried in Trumbull Co., Ohio.
CHAFFEE, MYRON; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 30th, 1862, by order of the War Department.
CHAFFEE, NELSON; Entered the service June 4th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Romney, Va., Dec. 21st, 1861 by order of the War Department.
CLARK, LEWIS J. J.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; no record found.
COBURN, WALLACE; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, 3 years; for record see Co. C.
COMBS, ALFRED; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; detailed as teamster July 25th, 1862; discharged Nov. 14th 1862 by order of the War Department; reentered the service and was killed at Brandy Station, Va., in April 1864.
COON, SETH; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; appointed Corporal April 29th, 1861; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; detached in corps of sappers and miners April 20th, 1862; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864; died Feb. 18th, 1901.
CORLISS, DANIEL; Entered the service April 25th, 1861 for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
COVERT, FRANKLIN J. J.; Entered the service Aug. 23rd, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I. Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
CRAMTON, RINALDO R. R.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
CRITTENDEN, HENRY W. W.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; discharged June 10th, 1863 on surgeon's certificate of disability.(Recruit)
CROOKS, SHELDON; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861; reentered the service at Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 31st, 1861 in Co. A, 41st O.V. I.; promoted to Sergeant from Corporal; wounded at Shiloh; wounded at Stone River, Ga.; discharged at Camp Chase, Nov. 28th, 1865.
CROSBY(ly), EDWARD A. A.; Entered the service Aug. 13th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
CURTISS, HORACE G. G.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
CURTISS, STUART S. S.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
DAVIS, JOHN L.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal June 20th, 1861; promoted to Sergeant Jan., 1862; wounded in the right arm during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
DOWNS, HORACE H. H.; Entered the service Oct. 21st, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Columbus, O., July 20th, 1862.(Recruit)
ECHENRHOAD, MALCOM; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the right arm during the Battle of Port Republic, Va., June 9th, 1862; killed during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862.
ECHENRHOAD, THOMAS; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861; reenlisted for 3 years but regiment unknown.
EVANS, JAMES; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
FORD, HARVEY; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861; reentered the service in 92nd N.Y.I. and the 177th O.V.I.; buried in Trumbull, Co., Ohio
FOULK, SAMUEL R. R.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
FOWLER, WHEELER W. W.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; discharged Sept. 30th, 1862 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
FOX, ELLIS; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal June, 20th, 1861; promoted to Sergeant; detached as provost guard; returned to company for duty; wounded in the left arm and taken prisoner during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; discharged July 6th, 1864. Buried in Trumbull Co., Ohio.
FOX, JOHN C. C.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; promoted to Duty Sergeant; promoted to Sergeant Major; wounded in the both legs during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; in hospital and discharged for wounds at Alexandria, Va., Nov. 11th, 1862. Reentered the service at Warren, Ohio, Feb. 1st, 1865 in Co. D, 196th O. V. I.; mustered out in Baltimore, Md. Sept. 11th, 1865.
FOX, WILLIAM H. H.; Entered the service Aug. 26th, 1862, for 3 years; wounded in the arm during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; discharged for wounds Nov. 20th, 1863.(Recruit)
FURROWS, ADDISON; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I. Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out at Camp Dennison, O., May 22nd, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
GARRARD, CHARLES T. T.; Entered the service Oct. 5th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Harper's Perry, Va., Nov. 22nd, 1862 by order of the War Department to enlist in 6th U. S. Cavalry; promoted to Regimental Q. M. Sergeant; mustered out at expiration of term of service. Known engagements: Winchester, Va.; Port Republic, Va., Cedar Mt., Va., 2nd Bull Run, Va., Antietam, Md.(Recruit)

Charles T. Garrard enlisted October 5th, 1861, at Warren, Ohio, and remained at Warren about one week, then left for the front via Cleveland, Ohio, to Columbus, Ohio, where he was mustered in. From there the company went to Cincinnati, Ohio, and drew uniforms, and then up the Ohio River to Point Pleasant, West Virginia, thence via the Kanawha River to Charleston, West Virginia. The regiment at that time was at Gauley Bridge on a reconnaissance. He was constantly with the regiment through its various winter campaigns until it reached the vicinity of Winchester. Was at the battle of Winchester March 23rd, 1862, and at the battle of Port Republic, June 9th, 1862, and at this battle he assisted Capt. George L. Wood of Company D, who was severely wounded in the thigh, off the field, never leaving him until he reached an ambulance. Lieutenant King, quartermaster, assisted greatly, as he furnished a Confederate officer’s captured horse to carry Captain Wood off the field. Captain Wood was nearly midway between the Union and Confederate lines when discovered, and needed assistance. We were retiring at the time in good order. This was after the regiment had fallen back about seventeen miles and formed a junction with the balance of the division.

He then went to Alexandria with the Seventh and camped near Fort Ellsworth, where their muskets were changed for Springfield rifles. He was with the regiment at the battle of Cedar Mountain. At this battle the regiment suffered terribly, over two out of three being killed or wounded, and he would have been there yet if Adjutant Molyneaux had not come through the smoke to the right of the regiment with an order to fall back, and when he got back a little he found there were only two in this retreat, namely Corporal Trimmer and himself. The balance of the regiment had al-ready left the field. Then followed the various campaigns in and around the second battle of Bull Run and Chantilly, and thence through Maryland to South Mountain. Was at the battle of Antietam, September 17th, 1862, and with the regiment in camp on Loudoun Heights, Virginia. On October 23rd, 1862, under a general order from the War Department, he enlisted for the remainder of his time in the Sixth U. S. Cavalry, and was discharged as regimental quartermaster sergeant, Sixth U. S. Cavalry. (Wilson)

GATES, LORENZO D. D.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; appointed Corporal; wounded in the right thigh during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; transferred to Co. B, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31stst, 1864; promoted to Sergeant Nov. 1st, 1864; mustered out June 5th, 1865, by order of the War Department; died in 1905.(Recruit)
GLENDENING, CHARLES; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal; wounded in the arm during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9th, 1862; returned to duty; wounded in the left leg during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; mustered out July 7th, 1864 with the Company.
GRANT, WESLEY J. J.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
GREGG, ISRAEL H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861 for 3 years; wounded in the hand during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 2nd, 1863; discharged for wounds Feb. 22nd, 1864.
GREGORY, OWEN; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded during the Battle of Winchester, Va., March 23rd, 1862; died of wounds April 12th, 1862; his body was moved to the National Cemetery at Winchester, Va.
GROTH, FREDERICK; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; killed during the Battle of Winchester, Va., March 23rd, 1862; his body was moved to the National Cemetery at Winchester, Va.
HARDMAN, PETER M.; M.; Entered the service Aug. 27th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
HARKELRODE, WESLEY; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; died at Harper's Ferry, Va., Jan. 3rd, 1863.
HESCOCK, HENRY W. W.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged April 13th, 1863 on surgeon's certificate of disability.
HINE, REUBEN R. R.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Cumberland, Md., July 17th, 1862 by order of the War Department.
HOLCOMB, RICHARD; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
HUNT, DAVID L.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal Aug. 1st, 1862; wounded in the left thigh during the Battle of Port Republic, Va., June 9th, 1862; wounded during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
HUNT, JAMES; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the lower left leg, requiring amputation, during the Battle of Winchester, Va., March 23rd, 1862; transferred to Co., G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out at Columbus, Ohio, May 29th, 1865; no detail of where wounded; he died of wounds April 5th, 1862.
HUNT, JOHN; Entered the service Aug. 22nd, 1862, 3 years; transferred to Co., G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out at Columbus, Ohio, May 29th, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
HUNTER, JOHN; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
HUNTER, WILLIAM; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the left arm during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va. May 2nd, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
INSKEEP, ALONZO; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the head and arm during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; discharged for wounds at Alexandria, Va., Oct. 2nd, 1862.
JOHNSON, WEBSTER A. A.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; wounded in the hip during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
JONES, HUGH; Entered the service Aug. 27th, 1862, for 3 years; wounded in the left hand during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 2nd, 1863; transferred to Invalid Corps June 5th, 1864 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
KINCAID, JOSEPH; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; Corporal; wounded in the arm during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9th, 1862; missing in action during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 2nd, 1863; returned to duty; wounded in the both arms during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864; buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Mahoning Co., Ohio.
KING, LEICESTER; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; June 19th, 1861, for 3 years; promoted to Sergeant-Major; see Field and Staff.
LAMB, JOHN H.; H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
LENTZ, JOHN; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, 3 years; wounded in the groin during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; discharged for wounds at Bolivar Heights, Va., Nov. 25th, 1862.
LEVENS, WILLIAM A.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June, 20th, 1861, for 3 years; detached as wagon master; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
LOVELESS, JAMES; Entered the service Aug. 28th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; discharged at Columbus, Ohio, July 14th, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
LUDW1CK, DANIEL; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
MARTIN, OTIS; Entered the service Aug. 22nd, 1862, for 3 years; taken prisoner during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; returned to duty; wounded in the left leg during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
McCLURG, WILLIAM H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded during the Battle of Kernstown, Va., March 23rd, 1862; returned to duty; killed during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862.
McMULEN, THOMAS; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; no record found.
McQUISTON, HIRAM; Musician; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded during the Battle of Kernstown, Va., March 23rd, 1862; returned to duty; discharged at Harper's Ferry, Va., Oct. 20th, 1862, by order of the War Department.
McWILLIAMS, JAMES M. M.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged June 21st, 1862 by order of the War Department.
MERRILL, JAMES H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; killed during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; his body was removed to the National Cemetery at Chattanooga, Tenn.
MILLER, CALVERT C. C.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; killed during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862. Buried in Bristolville, Trumbull Co., Ohio.
MILLER, JAMES B. B.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug., 18th, 1861.
MILLER, MONROE L. L.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged July 14th, 1862 on surgeon's certificate of disability.
MOHLER, JACOB A.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; taken prisoner during the Battle of Cross Lanes, Va., Aug. 26th, 1861; was held in Libby Prison, Richmond, Va., Parish Prison, New Orleans, Louisiana, and also a cotton factory prison in Salisbury, North Carolina (see Prison Life page for further details); returned to duty March 23rd, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
MONASMITH, SAMUEL; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the leg and arm and taken prisoner during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; he died upon the Battlefield.
MOORE, GEORGE W. W.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Sergeant June 20th, 1861; slightly wounded in the head during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; discharged at Alexandria, Va., June 18th, 1863 on surgeon's certificate of disability.
MOORE, JONATHAN (Joseph) (Joseph); Entered the service Aug. 28th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; discharged at Columbus, Ohio, July 7th, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
MORSE, DAVID; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; discharged Sept. 30th, 1863 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
MOSIER, JAMES; Wagoner; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
MOYER, JOHN; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861; reenlisted Oct. 28th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged June 5th, 1862 on surgeon's certificate of disability.
MURRAY, ROBERT D. D.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; severely wounded in the leg during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; discharged for wounds at Alexandria, Va., Nov. 29th, 1862; reenlisted as Private Co. G, 12th O. V. I., Sept. 9th, 1863; promoted to Q. M. Sergeant; severely wounded in the action and discharged by reason thereof, July 10th, 1865; commissioned as surgeon, U. S. Marine Hospital Service in 1871, and recognized as an expert in the treatment of yellow fever; died from injuries received in run-away accident Nov. 22nd, 1903. Known engagements: Cross Lanes, W. Va.; Winchester, Va.; Port Republic, Va., Cedar Mt., Va., 2nd Bull Run, Va., Antietam, Md.

Mr. Murray was born at Ohlton, Trumbull Co., Ohio, April 21st, 1845. He was the son of Joseph Arbor and Nancy Drake Murray and grandson of John Ferguson Murray. He was educated in the common schools of Bluffton, Ohio, and was licensed to teach school at fifteen and again at eighteen years of age.

After the war he commenced the study of medicine at the Tripler U.S. Army Hospital at Columbus. Ohio, in the year 1865, and the Cleveland Medical College, receiving the degree of MD in 1868 in the latter named college, and then took a course in the Jefferson Medical College, graduating as MD in 1871, having been resident physician to Philadelphia Hospital eighteen months- 1870-71.

Dr. Murray was appointed acting assistant surgeon, U.S. Navy, 1871-72, and was on active duty in the United States Hospital Service after April 1872, serving at Key West, Florida; New Orleans, La.; Norfolk, Va.; Vicksburg, Miss.; Memphis, Tenn.; and Gulf Quarantine, Miss.

He was a specialist on Yellow Fever and was always called upon by his superior officers when that dread scourge invaded the United States. Nineteen years od his life were spent  in fighting it in various cities in the South.

He was postmaster at Bluffton, Ohio, in 1865, 1866 and was connected with all of the leading medical associations since 1870. He was a member of the Odd Fellows. He was a free and accepted Mason and Knight Templar. He was a member of the G.A.R. and U.V.U., Seventh Regiment O.V.I. and Twelfth O.V.C. Associations, and National Association of the United States Ex-Prisoners of War.

Dr. Murray was a prolific writer on medical subjects and his publications were accepted as authority on everything connected to yellow fever.

He married, in 1875, Miss Lillie, daughter of Rev. C.A. Falwood, at Key West, Florida. She died at Ship Island Quarantine, in 1881, leaving 5 children. Dr. Murray died in Laredo, Texas, Nov. 22, 1903.

O'CONNOR, DANIEL; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded during the Battle of Winchester, Va., March 21st, 1862; discharged July 16th, 1862, by order of Captain A. B. Dodd.
OLIVER, GEORGE W. W.; Entered the service Aug. 11th, 1862, for 3 years; joined the regiment on Oct. 9th, 1862 at Loudon Heights, Va.; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; wounded during the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., June 27th, 1864; his right leg was amputated; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department. Known engagements: Dumfries, Va., Chancellorsville, Va., Gettysburg, Pa., Wauhatchie, Tenn., Lookout Mt., Tenn., Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Ringgold, Ga., Tunnel Hill/Buzzards Roost, Ga., Dug Gap, Ga., Resaca, Ga., Cassville, Ga., Dallas, Ga., New Hope Church, Ga., Pumpkin Vine Creek, Ga.(Recruit)

Mr. Oliver was born in Lancaster County, Pa.. on Oct., 19, 1827, and received a common education. He was discharged at Camp Dennison, Ohio On June 21st, 1865. He was a miller by trade, and for twenty five years followered that occupation at Ohltown, Hubbard, and Girard, Ohio.

He was married three times, the last on Sept. 1, 1872, to Arcana McCartney of Girard, Ohio. When Comrade Oliver became disabled from rheumatism and the infirmaties of age, in accordance with a cherished desire, on Jan. 6th, 1903, he was admitted to the State Soldiers Home at Sandusky, Ohio, where he died on April 18th, 1905, and was buried in the cemetery there.

OSBORN, JOHN C. C.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged May 10th, 1862 by order of the War Department.
OSBORN, MORRIS; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the face during the Battle of Port Republic, Va., June 9th, 1862; discharged at Harper's Ferry, Va., March 10th, 1863 on surgeon's certificate of disability.
OVERMIRE, WILLIAM H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded and taken prisoner during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug, 9th, 1862; no further record found.
OWEN, DANIEL D. D.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; promoted to commissary Sergeant Nov. 30th, 1861; see Field and Staff.
OWREY, JOHN; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
PACKARD, ALPHEUS J. J.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged Sept. 10th, 1861, by order of the War Department.
PALMER, ERASTUS C.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal; taken wounded during the Battle of Cross Lanes, Va., Aug. 26th, 1861; was held in Libby Prison, Richmond, Va., Parish Prison, New Orleans, Louisiana, and also a cotton factory prison in Salisbury, North Carolina (see Prison Life page for further details); paroled and exchanged May 26th, 1861; returned to duty March 20th, 1863; wounded in the right leg during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
PARKER, GEORGE W.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the right arm during the Battle of Port Republic, Va. June 9th, 1862; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
PELTON, CHARLES H. H.; Entered the service Oct. 18th, 1862, 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corp March 1st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
PELTON, SALMON S. S.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the leg during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
PELTON, WILLIAM; ; No entry information; records show he was wounded in the left arm which required amputation of the arm Nov. 27th, 1863 (Ringgold, Ga.); discharged Jan. 22nd, 1864.
PERKEY, CHARLES; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at New Market, Va., May 10th 1862 by order of the War Department.
PERKEY, WILLIAM; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Bolivar Heights, Va., Nov. 25th, 1862 by order of the War Department.
PHIPPS, LOUIS T. T.; Entered the service June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; no record found.
PIERCE, HENRY H.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal; taken prisoner during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; returned to duty; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
POLLOCK, JOHN; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal; promoted to Sergeant Feb. 18th, 1864; wounded in the leg during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864; died Aug. 2nd, 1905.
POLLOCK, JOSEPH; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal May 10th, 1862; promoted to 1st Sergeant Feb. 16, 1864; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
QUACKENBUSH, JAMES; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
RAMALIA, ABRAHAM; Entered the service Aug. 22nd, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
RAYNOR, HOMER P. P.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, for 3 years; died at Cumberland, Md., Feb. 5th, 1862.
REED, WILLIAM S. S.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged Feb. 1st, 1862 by order of the War Department.
REITER, ISAAC; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out July 2nd, 1861 on account of reenlistment for 3 years service in Co. G, 5th O. V. I.; missing during the Battle of Stone River, Tenn., Dec, 31st, 1862; no further record found.
ROBBINS, FRANCIS; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
ROBERTS, FREDERICK H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal March 1st, 1862; promoted to Sergeant July 1st, 1862; discharged Feb. 12th, 1863, on surgeon's certificate of disability; died Sept. 22nd, 1901.
ROBINSON, JAMES H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
SCOTT, CHAUNCEY B. B.; Musician; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged Dec. 28th, 1862.
SHAFFER, HARRISON P. P.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; died at Champion, Ohio, June 6th, 1862.
SHAFFER, HIRAM; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the foot during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862; was in the hospital at Philadelphia, Pa.; mustered out July 7th, 1864 by order of the War Department.
SIMONS, GEORGE; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; no further record.
SMITH, THOMAS J. J.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
SNYDER, WILLIAM T. T.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
SOULE, WARREN B. B.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861; reenlisted for 3 years but regiment unknown.
SPERRY, HESAKIAH; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; missing during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; returned to duty; discharged Sept. 3rd, 1863.(Recruit)
STARLIN, SELBY C. C.; Entered the service Sept. 25th, 1861, for 3 months; appointed Corporal April 29th, 1861; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, for 3 years; died at Charleston, Va., Nov. 4th, 1861.
STONE, RUSSELL; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 19th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out as Private Co. D June 19th, 1861, on account of reenlistment in for 3 years service; discharged Oct. 1st, 1861 on surgeon's certificate of disability; reenlisted Aug. 30th, 1862; missing since Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; returned to duty; transferred to Co. G 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; appointed Sergeant April 1st, 1865; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order the War Department.
SUMMERVILLE, DAVID W. W.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Williamsport, Md., June 4th, 1862 on surgeon's certificate of disability.
SWISHER, FREDERICK S. S.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; detached as clerk for Gen. E. B. Tyler; discharged at Falmouth, Va., Dec. 31st, 1862, by order of Gen. Wool.
SWISHER, GEORGE B. B.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; killed during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9th, 1862.
TENNEY, CHARLES N. N.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded during the Battle of Kernstown, Va., March 23rd, 1862; returned to duty; died at Harper's Ferry, Va., June 14th, 1863.
TRACY, WILLIAM H.; Entered the service May 31st, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
TRIMMER, AMBROSE C. C.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal; wounded in the left shoulder during the Battle of Port Republic, Va., June 9th, 1862; wounded in the leg during the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., An 9th, 1862; killed during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863.
VAN GORDER, JOHN R. R.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
VAN WYE, JOHN C. C.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 22nd, 1862 by order of the War Department.
VAN WYE, WILLIAM; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal June 20th, 1861; promoted to Sergeant; wounded in the head during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 2nd, 1863; killed during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863. Buried in Weathersfield Twp. Cemetery, Trumbull Co., Ohio.
VANCE, SAMUEL M.; Entered the service May 20th, 1861, for 3 years; Corporal; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
WALDEN, HUBBARD J. J.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Providence, R. I., Nov. 3rd, 1862 by order of the War Department.
WATERS, DARWIN W. W.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; wounded in the right arm during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; transferred to Co. B, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31stst, 1864; appointed Corporal Nov. 1st, 1864; promoted to 1st Sergeant April 6th, 1865; mustered out June 5th, 1865, by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
WEBSTER, ALFRED; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; detailed as teamster; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
WEIR, HENRY A.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
WHITE, ADDISON; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; during the Battles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg he was detailed as a stretcher bearer in the Ambulance Corp of General Geary; wounded in the hip during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864; died May 9th, 1901. Known engagements: Cross Lanes, W. Va.; Winchester, Va.; Port Republic, Va., Cedar Mt., Va., 2nd Bull Run, Va., Antietam, Md., Dumfries, Va., Chancellorsville, Va., Gettysburg, Pa., Wauhatchie, Tenn., Lookout Mt., Tenn., Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Ringgold, Ga.

Addison White was born in Southington, Ohio, on July 24, 1841, and was educated in the common schools of that day.

He enlisted at Warren, Ohio, in Company H, Seventh Ohio Infantry, and was mustered in at Camp Dennison, Ohio, on June 2O, 1861.  He served as a private soldier all through his three years’ service, declining promotion repeatedly offered him.

He participated in battle at Cross Lanes, Kernstown, Port Republic, Cedar Mountain, Antietam and Dumfries, when he was detailed as a stretcher-bearer in the ambulance corps of Geary’s division of the Twelfth Army Corps, and filled this position gallantly at Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, going well to the front and bringing off to a place of safety severely wounded and disabled comrades.

At Gettysburg, during the terrific artillery duel between the two armies on July 3, 1863, while passing a battery whose men had been so reduced by the enemy’s shot and shell as to leave scarcely enough men to serve the guns, Addison White, like the brave and gallant soldier that he was, volunteered to assist the gunners, and did so until the artillery firing, before the great charge, ended.  He fought at Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, and Ringgold, Georgia, in the Southwest, and was severely wounded at the latter place.  He was mustered out July, 7, 1864, at Cleveland, Ohio, with his company.

He was married July 27, 1864 , in Southington, Ohio, to Maryetta Curtis, to whom two sons and three daughters were born.  He died of blood poisoning from his Nvo,,iii(t, which never healed, but gradually grew worse, until after untold suffering he died in Nelson, Ohio, on May 9, 1901, and was buried at Southington Center, near where he had lived for so many years. (Wilson)

WHITE, DANIEL W. W.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; discharged Aug. 1st, 1863 on surgeon's certificate of disability.(Recruit)
WHITE, RILEY; Entered the service Oct. 7th, 1861, for 3 years; joined the regiment at Charleston, W. Va.; discharged at Bolivar Heights, Va., Nov. 25th, 1862 by order of the War Department; reenlisted Feb. 7th, 1865, in Co. H, 184th O. V. I.; discharged Sept. 19th, 1865 in Nashville, Tenn. Known engagements: Winchester, Va.; Port Republic, Va., Cedar Mt., Va., 2nd Bull Run, Va., Antietam, Md.(Recruit)

Riley White was born in October, 1844, in Southington township, Trumbull County, Ohio, and was educated in common district schools.

He enlisted at Warren, Ohio, on October 7, 1861, as a recruit in Company H, Seventh Ohio Infantry, and joined the regiment at Charleston, West Virginia.  He was at Romney, and on the scout to Blue’s Gap; starved and froze with his comrades at Phillip’s Cross Roads, in battles at Kernstown, Port Republic, Cedar Mountain, and Antietam.  He was taken seriously ill at Harper’s Ferry, and on November 19, 1862, was discharged on certificate of disability, to save his life.  By reason of his youth and rapid growth, like many others, Pope’s retreat from Culpeper to Sharpsburg wore him out.  On February 7, 1865, he reenlisted in Company H, One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Ohio Infantry, and served until September 19, 1865, when he was discharged at Nashville, Tennessee.

On April 26, 1866, he married Lucy Philpot, at Kilgore, Carroll County, Ohio.  Two sons and three daughters were born to them.  Since the war he has been a farmer.

On June 9, 1862, while in battle at Port Republic, Virginia, Riley White-then fighting beside his elder brother, Addison-remembered his father (whom he called “Pap”), and wishing him to have some part in the lively contest then going on with Stonewall Jackson’s champion fighters, Riley stepped up closely to his brother and said, “Add, let’s load up and give ‘em one for Pap!” Addison consented, and after carefully loading for the occasion, they took deliberate aim and fired a modest volley of two pieces, in honor and memory of their good loyal father, who then had five of his six sons, then old enough to go to war, at the front.

Riley White now resides in Warren, Ohio. (Wilson)

WHITE, SAMUEL S. S.; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
WILKIN, JOHN JR. JR.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; appointed Sergeant April 29th, 1861; mustered out Aug.18th, 1861.
WILLIAMS, EDWIN; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 years; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861; reenlisted for 3 years but regiment unknown.
WILLIAMS, JOHN S. S.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, for 3 years; discharged at New Market, Va., May 10th, 1862 by order of the War Department.
WILSON, BENJAMIN; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the head during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3rd, 1863; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
WILSON, WILLIAM H. H.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
WINTERSTEEN, DAVIS; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; appointed Corporal May 1st, 1864; mustered out with the company July 7th, 1864.
WISE, ARCHIBALD; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; discharged at Williamsport, Md., June 4th, 1862 by order of the War Department.
WISE, SAMUEL J. J.; Entered the service May 30th, 1861, for 3 years; no record found.
WOODS, EDWIN; Musician; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months, ; mustered out and reenlisted June 20th, 1861, for 3 years; wounded in the left breast during the Battle of Port Republic, Va., June 9th, 1862; discharged at Harper's Ferry, Va., March 10th, 1863.
WOODS, LYMAN N. N.; Entered the service April 25th, 1861, for 3 months; mustered out Aug. 18th, 1861.
WRIGHT, HARRY; Entered the service Aug. 30th, 1862, for 3 years; wounded in the right arm during the Battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27th, 1863; wounded in the left leg during the Battle near Dallas, Ga., May 25th, 1864; transferred to Co. G, 5th O. V. I., Oct. 31st, 1864; mustered out June 21st, 1865 by order of the War Department.(Recruit)
WYNANS, ALONZO; Entered the service Sept. 11th, 1862, 3 years; no record found.(Recruit)

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