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ROLL of HONOR
of OHIO'S RANK and FILE
from MUSKINGUM
in the WAR of the REBELLION

(Transcribed by Sharon Wick)

 

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Bailey, D. K. served in 1st O. V. I. L.A.;
dis. with regt.
Bailey, E. W. e. in 12th O. V. C. in 1862;
dis. with regt.
Bailey, H. 3 yrs. service in 102d O. V. I.;
dis. with regt.
Bailey, Jos. e. Aug. 1864, musician co. B, 128th O. V. I.;
dis. July, 1865.
Baily, Labin bat. B, 1st O. V. L. A.;
died at Crab Orchard, Ky. 1862.
Bair, Wm. e. at Navada, Wyandot co. spring of 1862, co. A, 3d W. Va. V. C.;
cap. near Petersburg; 10 months in Andersonville;
starved to death.
Baker, Wm. A. 3 years in co. A. McLaughlin's Squad. Cav. 1862-5
Balm, Adam co. B, 102d O. V. I.;
killed at explosion of the Sultana.
Barkley, Henry G. e. at Ashland, May 2, 1864, co. I, 163d O. V. I.;
dis. at Columbus, Sept. 10, 1864
Barkley, Peter e. at Ashland, May, 1864, co. I, 163d O. V. I.;
dis. with regt.
Barnes, Geo. N. e. Aug. 6, 1862, co. B, 137th Pa. V. I.;
dis. June 1, 1863.
Barr, Henry N. e. at Mansfield, Richland co. Sept. 18, 1861, co. F, 82d O. V. I.;
wounded in neck at 2d Bull Run; 2 months in hosp. at Alexandria, Va. small-pox;
dis. there for disab. March 28, 1863; O. D. in Crofford Post
Barr, Richrd co. F, 120th O. V. I.;
wounded at Fort Blakely, Ala.
Barrett, Abner e. at Mt. Vernon, Knox co. Nov. 28, 1861, co. E, 20th O. V. I.;
Shiloh, 1 week, camp diarrhea;
slightly wounded in face at Raymond, Miss.;
hearing impaired by cannonading on Vicksburg campaign;
vet. at Vicksburg, Miss. Jan. 1, 1864;
m. o. at Louisville, Ky, July 15, 1865.
Barrett, Thos e. at Mt. Vernon, Oct. 1862, O. V. I.;
dis. for disab. 1862;
died at Brownsville, Knox co. 1866, aged 27 years, consumption.
Barrick, Solomon co. H, 42d O. V. I.;
wounded in Vicksburg campaign.
Baughman, Paul served 3 years, 1861-4, co. A, McLaughlin's Squad. Cav.
Baum, John C. served in co. H, 42d O. V. I. and co. F, 96th O. V. I.
Bechtel, Jos co. K, 102d O. V. I.;
died at Clarksville, Tenn, 1863, fever.
Beck, John served last 18 months of war in 25th O. Indp. Bat.
Beck, Wm. e. fall of 1862, co. D, 102d O. V. I.;
dis. with regt.
Beeman, Norman co. A, 65th O. V. I.;
lost eyesight in line of duty.
Beer, Ashbel G. e. at Olivesburg, Richland co. Dec. 1861, co. D, 26th O. V. I.;
cap. at Stone River, Dec. 31, 1862;
retaken in half hour;
wounded there, same day, bullet wound in left ankle, necessitating amputation of leg at knee;
in field hosp. at Murfreesboro, 3 weeks with wound;
1 week at Nashville; Tenn.; then 7 months at Covington, Ky.;
dis. for wound at Cincinnati, Aug. 8, 1863; during service was sometime det. co. clerk.
Beer, Henry M. hosp. stew, and 2d lieut. 23d O. V. I. 1861-5;
asst. surg. 1866. (more info)
Beer, Jas. H. co. C, 42d O. V. I.;
died at Cumberland Gap, summer of 1863.
Beer, Jas. J. co. K. 82d O. V. I.; pro. lieut.;
killed at Chancellorsville.  (more info)
Beer, W. A. 1st lieut. co. K, 102d O. V. I.;
pro. capt. co. B, same regt.
Beer, Wm. N. sergt.-major 101st O. V. I.;
pro. lieut. co. B; then capt.;
3 times cap. and escaped;
2 times wounded in Ga.;
died July 25, 1875.
Bell, Christian co. B, 42d O. V. I.;
died on Miss. river, spring of 1863
Bell, Eli 3 yrs. in co. C, 120th O. V. I.;
died Aug. 8, 1877, in Illinois.
Bell, Hiram 3 yr. and vet. service co. A, 64th O. V. I.;
pro. sergt.
Bell, John e. at Cleveland, July 13, 1864, co. F, 18th U.S. Inf.;
took part with regt. in battles of Atlanta campaign; then regt. trans. to Army of the Frontier;
det. mail carrier in Col. and D. T. several trips;
engaged in about 12 battles with redskins; in one affair he with 6 others fought 30 of them; only 2 beside himself escaped; regt. consol. with 27th U.S. Inf. in 1867, he in co. F. consol. regt.;
dis. at Fort Reno, D. T. July 13, 1867;
had never been a day absent from duty;
dis. marked "Excellent";
mem. Andrews Post.
Bender, Devilla e. Aug. 1862, co. B, 102d O. V. I.;
dis. Dec. 1863, disab.
Bender, John H. e. Aug. 1862, co. B, 102d O. V. I.;
dis. with regt.
Bennighof, John R. 3 month service co. B, 16th O. V. I.;
e. bat. D, 1st O. V. L. A.;
accidentally wounded; trans. V. R. C.;
dis. Oct. 21, 1864.
Bentle, Abraham corp. co. H, 71st O.V.I.;
died at Cincinnati, June 11, 1861.
Benunderfer, Chas. H. e. March, 1865, co. A. 196th O. V. I.;
dis. with regt.
Berry, Robt. served in co. K. 102d O. V. I. and co. K. 189th O.V.I.
Beyher, Wm. e. at Jeromesville,May 1, 1864, co. I, 163d O. V. I.;
det. on special picket duty;
dis. at Camp Chase, Sept. 10, 1864;
application for pension not yet properly considered; mem. Elliott Post G.A.R.
Biggs, A. co. H, 2d O.V.C.; killed in charge at Cedar Creek battle.
Biggs, Jos. S. e. at Ashland, Aug. 15, 1862, co. B, 102d O. V. I.;
in hosp. at Bowling Green, Ky, 2 weeks, about Dec. 1862, and contracted chronic spinal disease, from which he still suffers;
det. winter of 1862-3 and for 9 months in heavy art. at Clarksville, Tenn.;
det. dispatch carrier for Gen. R. S. Granger, Dec. 1864, to March, 1865, at Decatur, Ala.;
then safety guard near Decatur, till m. o.;
dis. at Nashville, Tenn. June 30, 1865;
mem. Andrews Post, G. A. R.
Billstein, Marcus e. at Cairo, Ill. Feb. 2, 1862, co. A, 15th Ill. V. C.;
bullet wound in right ankle at Shiloh; 3 weeks in hosp. at Savannah, Tenn. with wound;
3 weeks at Benton Barracks;
furloughed home 20 days;
rejoined regt. at Jackson, Tenn, June, 1862;
det. clerk at brig. hd.-qtrs. at Corinth, Miss.; then at hd-qtrs, 16th A. C. Memphis, Tenn. in adjt.-gen.'s office till May, 1864;
at Cairo, Ill. May 24, 1864, com. 2d lieut. co. A, 4th U.S. (col'd) Cav.;
in Sept. 1864, at Port Hudson, La. det. asst. prov. marshal; so served 3 months;
pro. capt. at Port Hudson, Sept. 1865;
dis. at Greenville, Ala. March 27, 1866;
application for pension not yet properly considered.
Binehower, Jos. e. at Troy Center, Sept. 4, 1861, bat. B, 1st O. V. L. A.;
injured by kick of horse at Columbia, Tenn.;
det. to care for horses, Sept. and Oct. 1863, at Stevenson, Ala.;
2 weeks in Union hosp. at Nashville, Tenn., March, 1861, measles;
trans. bat. K, 1st O. V. L. A. April, 1864;
dis. at Nashville, Tenn. Sept. 12, 1864;
mem. McCarty Post, G. A. R.; past P. C.; past J. V. C.; past Q. M.
Bird, Sparks e. at Mansfield, Richland co. Oct. 1, 1862, co. E., 4th O. V. I.;
trans. June 5, 1864, at Cold Harbor, Va. to co. C, vet. batn. same regt.;
pro. corp. June 5, 1864; sergt. Feb. 14, 1865; sergt.-major May 10, 1865;
wounded in head by minie-ball, in left shoulder by cannon shot, at Spottsylvania C. H. Va. May 12, 1864;
in hosp. with wounds at Belle Plain, Va. till June 2, 1864;
in hosp. at City Point, Va. Aug. 23 to Sept. 9, 1864, chronic diarrhea;
cap. near Farmville, Va. Apr. 7, 1865;
retaken same day;
dis. at Columbus, July 19, 1865;
mem. Fisher Post, G. A. R.; past P.C.
Bishop, H. C. served in co. G, 64th O. V. I. and co. D, 120th O. V. I.
Boffenmire, Aaron e. Mar. 1865, co. A, 196th O. V. I.;
dis. Sept. 11, 1865.
Boffenmyer, Henry C. sergt. co. B, 102d O. V. I.; det. 9 months in med. dept.
Boger, Geo. went into service from Orange twp.; regt. not known.
Boger, Isaac co. K, 102d O. V. I.;
died at Clarksville, Tenn. Feb. 1863.
Blackburn, George R. e. at Mansfield, Richland co. Nov. 6, 1861, co. F, 82d O. V. I.; Dec. 1st app. 3d sergt.;
det. from Camp Simon Kenton by Col. Cantwell, in Dec. 1861, to go after deserters from co. F, and brought back his man;
det. same month to go to Cincinnati for recruits;
pro. 2d lieut. July 25, 1862, at Fairfax C. H. Va. for meritorious service;
pro. 1st lieut. June 3, 1863, mustered as such at Leesburg, Va.;
flesh wound in 1st day's fighting at Gettysburg;
in officer's hosp. at Georgetown, D. C. 9 days from Sept. 25, 1863, flux, hemorrhoids, fever and disease of lungs;
commanded co. as 1st lieut. and brev. capt. from July, 1863, till m. O.;
dis. at Atlanta, Ga. Oct. 31, 1864;
mem. McCarty Post, G. A. R.;
O. D. in 1885.
Bonebright, John e. at Ashland, Nov. 8, 1861, co. K, 82d O. V. I.;
pro. 4th sergt. in 1862; res. rank and in 1864-5 served as corp. of guard;
vet. at Chattanooga, Tenn. Jan. 1, 1864;
slightly hurt in battle by ball passing along right side of neck, cutting skin; in hosp. at New Berne, N. C. Apr. 1865, then at Philadelphia, dropsy;
dis. at Columbus, July, 1865;
mem. Andrews Post.
Boofter, A. B. sergt. co. M, 8th Ind. mounted inf.; wounded at Stone River.
Border, Israel co. C, 42d O. V. I.; died at Ashland, Ky. Feb. 17, 1862.
Bost, John M. e. Mar. 18, 1865, co. A, 196th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 1865.
Bott, Geo. M. e-month service co. C, 14th O. V. I.;
e. Sept. 1861, co. H, 238th O. V. I.;
dis. for disab.;
later bugler in 10th O. V. C. 3 years.
Bowersox, Samuel P. co. D, 76th Pa. V. I.; 3 year and vet. service.
Bowlby, Jas. S. e. Sept. 1861, co. C, 42d O. V. I.; pro. lieut. ; res. 1864.
Bowman, John e. March, 1865, co. A, 196th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 11, 1865
Bowman, J. H. went into service from Orange twp.; regt. not known
Bowman, Vachel e. Feb. 22, 1865, co. B, 186th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 1865.
Boyd, Jas. co. H, 42d O. V. I.; died at Millikens Bend, La. Feb. 8, 1863
Boyd, Jas. W. e. at Lagrange, Lagrange co. Ind. Sept. 1862, c. C, 100th Ind. V. I.;
com. 2d lieut.; pro. 1st lieut. and commanded co.;
contracted chronic diarrhea on steam transport on the Miss. river;
20 days in hosp. at Camp Gray, Carrollton, Ky.;
entered hosp. at Snyders Bluff, near Vicksburg, Miss. and after 1 week there died July 2, 1863, chronic diarrhea;
age, 49 years;
born in Ashland co, and 2 terms county treasurer there before war; widow now resides in Ashland.
Boyd, John co. G, 65th O. V. I.; wounded at Stone River; trans. V. R. C.
Boyd, Stephen co. B, 102d O. V. I.; died Feb. 22, 1864, small-pox.
Boyer, John co. D, 3d O. V. C.; died of disease contracted in Andersonville.
Braden, Daniel e. at Ashland, Oct. 11, 1861, co. K, 102d O. V. I.;
pro. 4th corp.; June 1, 1865, pro. 4th sergt.;
det. at Nashville, Tenn. in charge of prison hands working on streets;
dis. at Camp Chase, June, 1865;
mem. Andrews Post G. A. R.
Brandt, David W. e. Aug. 10, 1862, co. C, 42d O. V. I.; dis. Oct. 1864
Brandt, Jacob C. co. E. 4th O. V. I.; died at Harpers Ferry, 1862.
Brian, W. J. e. Feb. 18, 1865, co. B, 186th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 1865.
Brinker, Henry 3 yrs. in co. I, 102d O. V. I.; wounded at Athens, Ala.
Brinton, Jos. Bowen e. at Medaryville, Ind.; mustered at Indianapolis, April 24, 1861, co. G, 9th Ind. V. I.;
pro. corp. in camp at Indianapolis;
mustered out there July 29, 1861;
e. at LaPorte, Ind. Aug. 24, 1861, same co. and regt. for 3 yrs. or during war; pro. sergt. while in camp;
pro. 2d lieut. Nov. 27, 1862; 1st lieut. Apr. 1, 1863; capt. May 30, 1864;
severely wounded at Stone River; slightly wounded at Resaca, Ga.;
severely wounded at Lovejoy Sta. Ga.;
cap. at Stone River; taken, via Atlanta, Ga. and Montgomery, Ala, to Libby prison.  Richmond;
after 10 days released on account of wound; sent to City Point, Va. thence to Annapolis, Md.;
4 weeks in hosp. there with wound;
det. a. a. a. g. on staff of Gen. Wm. Gross, 3d brig. 1st div. 4th A. C., Army of the Cumberland, and so serving when last wounded;
dis. by secy. of war on account of wound, Dec. 19, 1864;
mem. Andrews Post, G. A. R.
Brothers, John 3-month service co. B, 16th O. V. I.;
e. co. F, 1st W. Va. V. C.;
wounded at 1st Winchester;
wounded and cap. at 2d Bull Run.
Brown, Alonzo B. co. B, 16th O. V. I.; died July, 1861, at Ashland.
Brown, Jas. e. Sept. 1864, co. F, 176th O. V. I.; dis. June 20, 1865.
Brown, Jas. S. corp. co. G, 23d O. V. I.;
died Oct. 1, 1861, in W. Va.
Brown, John e. Aug. 1862, co. B, 102d O. V. I.;
dis. with regt.
Brown, Jos. N. co. H, 42d O. V. I.;
dis. for disab. May 30, 1863
Brown, Loran S. co. G, 23d O. V. I.;
died at Clarysville, Md. Feb. 27, 1865.
Brown, Samuel G. co. C, 42d O. V. I.;
det. regt bugler;
wounded July, 1863.
Brown, Silvester e. at Hayesville, July 4, 1863, bat. E. 2d O. V. H. A.;
contracted spinal disease at Fort Boyle, Ky. winter of 1863-4;
bullet wound in right leg at Strawberry Plains, Tenn. fall of 1864;
dis. at Nashville, Tenn. Aug. 23, 1865;
surg. in Zeigler Post, G. A. R.; past O. G.
Brown, Wm. 5 months in co. G, 23d O. V. I.;
dis.;
e. in same 1864; dis. 1865.
Brown, Wm. bat. E, 2d O. V. H. A. March-Aug. 1865;
died July 30, 1874
Brown, Wm. G. 3 years in co. C, 42d O. V. I.;
det. comy. sergt. and p.m.
Brubaker, Henry 3 years in co. H, 120th O. V. I.; 13th months in Camp Ford.
Bryan, John F. e. at Ashland about Aug. 15, 1862, co. K, 102d O. V. I.;
det. train guard on R. R. Nashville to Chattanooga;
in hosp. at Nashville, winter 1863-4, small-pox and measles;
cap. at Athens, Ala. Sept. 21, 1864;
held 7 months 4 days at Meridan, Miss, Cahaba, Ala. Macon, Ga. and Andersonville;
was one of the last hundred to march out of Andersonville when that pen was broken up;
dis. at Camp Chase, June 15, 1865;
application for pension not properly considered;
past, adjt. and pres. S. M. in McCarty Post.
Buchan, John 3 year and vet. service co. G, 23d O. V. I.;
died 1885
Buchan, Wm. H. e. Nov. 1861, co. H, 42d O. V. I.;
pro. corp.;
dis. Nov. 1864.
Buchanan, Isaac served in co. K, 42d O. V. I. and co. E, 96th O. V. I.
Buckley, A. co. C, 120th O. V. I.;
wounded and disab. at Chickasaw Bluffs.
Buckley, John e. Aug. 12, 1862, co. C, 120th O. V. I.;
died Jan. 23, 1863.
Buckwalter, C. L. e. May 4, 1864, co. G, 166th O. V. I.;
dis. Sept. 1864.
Budd, Samuel co. C, 120th O. V. I.;
died March, 1863, 2ound received Dec. 1862.
Budd, Wm. co. C, 120th O. V. I.;
died March 8, 1863, at Memphis.
Buffemire, David R. e. at Ashland, Nov. 22, 1861, co. H, 42d O. V. I.;
2 weeks in hosp. at Lexington, Ky. 1862, camp fever;
dis. at Columbus, Dec. 2, 1864;
application for pension not yet properly considered.
Buffenmyre, Henry M. e. May 2, 1864, co. I, 163d O. V. I.;
dis. at Columbus, Sept. 10, 1864.
Burd, Geo. W. e. Sept. 1861, co. C, 42d O. V. I.;
dis. Oct. 1864
Burkcaw, A. e. Oct. 11, 1862, co. H, 10th O. V. C.;
trans, V. R. C.;
dis. 1865.
Burns, A. J. co. H, 42d O. V. I.;
wounded at Vicksburg; pro. lieut. U. S. C. T.
Burnside, R. enlisted from Sullivan; service not known.
Bushnell, Tully C. capt. co. C, 42 O. V. I.;
res. Oct. 1, 1862.
Butler, Asa e. at Columbia, Ind. Oct. 25, 1862, co. F, 100th Ind. V. I.;
det. forager several times, 1862-3;
in Oberlin hosp. Memphis, Tenn. 6 weeks, chronic diarrhea, hemorrhoids and heart disease;
bullet wound under left shoulder at Chattahoochee River, Ga. July, 1864;
in hosp. at Mound City, Ill. same complaints as at Memphis, and with wound; trans. there fall of 1864, 34th co. 2d batn. V. R. C.;
dis. at Springfield, Ill. Aug. 5, 1865;
I. S. in Zeigler Post, G. A. R.
Butler, HArmony e. at Crestline, O. co. E, 4th O. V. I.;
killed at Chancellorsville; body left on field.
Butler, Henry e. at Perrysville, Aug. 1861, co. I, 32d O. V. I.;
died at Vicksburg, Miss. Oct. 21, 1863, small-pos; age 19 years.
Butler, Solomon e. Sept. 1862, co. I, 64th O. V. I.;
dis. Oct. 1864.
Buzzard, John J. co. H, 42d O. V. I.;
died at Duvalls Bluff, Ark.
Byerly, Jos. served in co. C, 120th O. V. I.;
dis. with 48th O. V. V. I.
Byers, Crawford corp. co. C, 120th O. V. I.;
dis. with 48th O. V. V. I.

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