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NOBLE COUNTY,
OHIO

MILITARY


116th OHIO REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

The One Hundred and Sixteenth Regiment was organized at Marietta, in August, 1862, with James Washburn as colonel, and Thos. F. Wildes, lieutenant-colonel. The latter was succeeded toward the end of the war by Wilbert B. Teters, of Noble County, promoted from the rank of major.
     The regiment was ordered to Parkersburg, September 1; thence on the 6th to Gallipolis, where it was armed and equipped. September 18 and 19, the regiment was mustered into the service, with the exception of two companies not yet full. October 16, the regiment moved again to Parkersburg, whence it took passage to Clarksburg. October 27, it reached Buckhannon, W. Va., and was there brigaded with the One Hundred and Tenth, One Hundred and Twenty -second and One Hundred and Twenty-third Ohio. November 9 it proceeded to New Creek. There the measles raged violently, and when the regiment departed, December 12, it left 110 men in hospital. The march was via Burlington and Petersburg to Moorefield, and en route the troops were much annoyed by guerrillas. At Moorefield the One Hundred and Sixteenth was posted with a section of artillery, and remained until January. They were 17 surrounded by Jones' Cavalry Division and held until reinforcements arrived. On the 11th it reached Bomney, where it was engaged in foraging, drilling and picket duty.
     March 17, 1863, found the regiment at Winchester, where it remained until the withdrawal of the army from that place in June. Meantime it was frequently engaged in scouting and skirmishing. It moved from Winchester through Mercersburg and Loudon, Pa., to Hagerstown, Md.; thence to Sharpsburg and to Martinsburg, August 4. On the 29th of April, 1864, the One Hundred and Sixteenth started up the Shenandoah Valley, under General Hunter. At Piedmont, near Staunton, it found the enemy well posted, charged his works and reached his fortifications, but was compelled to retire. Making another charge it drove the enemy from his works. In this engagement the regiment lost 176 men killed and wounded. In June the command was at Lexington, whence it advanced toward Lynchburg, encountering the enemy near that place on the 18th, with the loss of many men. From the 18th to the 22d the regiment was marching day and night, through deep dust, on the scantiest rations. On the 27th and 28th, supplies were received, and on the 29th the troops halted at Gauley Ford.
     July 2 the regiment marched to Camp Piatt, thence took steamer for l Parkersburg, where it took the cars and proceeded eastward. At Cherry Bun, fifteen miles from Martinsburg, the railroad was found to be destroyed. The regiment marched to Harper's Ferry and Sandy Hook, arriving on the 14th. Hence it was ordered into Loudon County, Va., to assist in driving Early from the valley. July 11, the troops encountered the rebels at Snicker's Gap, and a spirited fight ensued. The rebels were held in check until dark, when the regiment recrossed the river and marched to Winchester. Thence it fell back through Martins-burg and Hagerstown to Maryland Heights, where it arrived nearly exhausted, July 29.
     The regiment reached Cedar Creek August 12, and thence fell back to Halltown. On the 3d of September Sheridan's forces advanced, meeting the enemy at Berryville, where the One Hundred and Sixteenth was engaged, with slight loss. The regiment was in the battles of Opequan and Fisher's Hill. At the latter place it made a gallant capture of a rebel battery. It was next in the battle of Cedar Creek, October 19. Leaving that place November 9, it reached Opequan Crossing on the 18th, and remained guarding the railroad until December 19; it then joined the army of the James and went into winter quarters at Aiken's Landing. March"26, 1865, the One Hundred and Sixteenth moved and entered into the Petersburg campaign. It engaged in the assault upon Fort Gregg, and in the pursuit of the rebel armies. At Burksville the right wing of the regiment was sent out on the Danville Road, while the left wing moved on to Appomattox C. II., where Lee surrendered. After the surrender the left wing moved to Lynchburg; on the 15th of April, to Burkville, where it was joined by the right wing, and the entire regiment proceeded to Richmond, arriving on the 25th. The regiment was mustered out June 14, with the exception of Companies F and K, which were consolidated with the Sixty-second Ohio, their time not expiring until October. June 23, 1865, the regiment was paid off and discharged at Camp Dennison, Ohio.

COMPANY F.

PRIVATES.

Thompson, Freeman C, corpl., e. Nov. 3, 1862; pro. Oct. 31, 1864, in detached service at q. m. dept., 2nd div., 24 a. c.; awarded medal of honor by secretary of war for bravery at Fort Gregg.
Wilson, Richard, corpl., e. Aug. 16,1862; pro. to corpl., Oct. 17, 1862; captured near Romney, Va., Feb. 16, 1863; never returned.
Martin, Robert, corpl., 30, e. Aug. 16, 1862; captured near Romney, Va., Feb. 16, 1863, returned to duty March 17.. 1863; wd. at Piedmont, Va., June 5, 1864; taken prisoner June 8, 1864, died in prison at Andersonville.
Jones, Amos S., corpl., e. Aug. 13, 1862; captured near Romney, Va., Feb. 16, 1863; died in prison from wounds rec'd at Halltown.
Smith, George W., corpl. 32, e. Aug. 1862; pro. to corpl. Oct. 27,1862; dis. March 31,1863; captured at Winchester, Va., June 15,1863; returned Oct. 3, 1863; captured at Halltown Aug. 26, 1864; died in Salisbury prison, N. C.
Bates, Dighton, 18, e. Oct. 18, 1862; trans. to Go, II Jan. 1,1863.
Bell, William H., 35, e. Aug. 22, 1862; captured at Winchester, Va., June 15, 1863; returned to duty Nov. 23, 1863.
Bramhall, Robert, 20, e. Aug. 14, 1862; pro. to .corpl. July 1863; died at hospl. Martinsburgh, Va., August 31, 1863.
Brokaw, John R., 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862; trans, to Co. H, Jan. 1,1863.
Cummings, Joel B., 19, e. Sept. 2, 1862; trans, to Co. G, Jan. 1, 1863.
Davis, Alfred W., 18, e. Sept. 30, 1862; trans, to Co. C, Jan. 1, 1863.
Dillon, John, 35, e. Sept. 30, 1862; captured near Romney, Va., Feb. 16, 1863; returned to duty June 1, 1863; pro. corpl. May, 1865.
Fisher, William, 43, e. Aug. 22, 1862; captured near Romney, Va., Feb.16, 1863; killed at Lynchburg, Va., June 18, 1864.
Gregg, Jacob, 24, e. Aug. 20, 1862; trans, to Co. H, Jan. 1, 1863; died at Annapolis, Md., April 23, 1865, from wds. rec. at Piedmont, Va., June 5, 1864.
Harrison, James, 24, e. Aug. 18, 1862; trans, to Co. H, Jan. 1. 1863; died at Piedmont, Va., June 6, 1864, from wds. rec. June 5,1864.
Johnson, Joseph S., 22, e. Aug. 22, 1862; trans, to Co. C, Jan. 1, 1863; wd. at Hatcher's Run, Va., March 31, 1865.
King, Edward S., 19, e. Aug. 12, 1862; pro. to corpl. March 20, 1864; pro. to sergt. May 10, 1865.
King, William, 23, e. Aug. 12, 1862; pro. to corpl., and killed at Piedmont, June 5, 1864.
King, Silas, 26, e. Aug. 24, 1862; pro. to corpl. Feb. 1, 1863; wd. at Hall town, Va., June 5, 1864.
McCoy, John T., 29, e. Oct. 1, 1862; trans. to Co. H, Jan. 1,1863; died at Chambersburg, Pa., Aug. 186.3.
Martin, Henry, 28, e. Aug. 15, 1862; captured near Romney, Va., Feb. 16, 1863; paroled Feb. 17; pro. to corpl. April 11, 1865.
Matthias, Samuel B., 20, e. Oct. 18, 1862; trans, to Co. H Jan. 1,1863 (see Co. II, 116th).
Phelps, Jacob, 24, e. Aug. 18, 1862; pro. to corpl. Dec. 31, 1864.
Phelps, John H., 23, e. Oct. 18, 1862; trans. to Co. H, Jan. 1, 1863.
Rake, John, 24, e. Aug. 20, 1862; trans, to Co. A, Jan. 1, 1863; detailed to brigade headquarters Nov. 23, 1864.
Ray, George, 27, e. Aug. 12, 1862, captured near Romney, Va., Feb. 16, 1863; returned to duty June 6, 1863; wd. at Ft. Gregg, Va., Apr. 12, 1865.
Rawlings, John, 38, e. Sept. 15, 1862; trans. to Co. G, Nov. 1, 1862; taken prisoner at Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 19,1864; dis. May 19, 1865, by o. w. d. .
Schwall, Jacob, 21, e. Aug. 14, 1862; died at IT. S. Hospital, Harrisburg, Penn., Aug. 23, 1863, of typhoid fever.
Steed, Jonas A, 24, e. Aug., 1862; captured near Romney, Va. Feb. 16, 1863; returned March, 1863; dis. March 21, 1863.
Wilson, Samuel, 19, e. Aug., 1863; captured near Romney, Va., Feb. 16, 1863; dis. Apr. 3, 1863.
Wilson, James, 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862; wd. at Cedar Creek Oct. 19, 1864; sick at general hospl. at m. o.
Yoho, Peter, 33, e. Aug. 18, 1862; died of wounds rec. at Opequan, Sept. 19, 1864,
Yoho, Isaac M., 21, e. Oct. 1, 1862; trans. to Co. II, Jan. 1, 1863 (see Co. II, 116th).
Hughes, James F., e. Feb. 13, 1864; killed at Piedmont, Va., June 5, 1864.
Johnston, George W., e. Feby., 1864; killed at Piedmont, and died at Staunton. Va.
Martin, Jacob, e. Aug. 15, 1862.
Martin, John, e. Nov. 8, 1862.
Phelps, Richard T., e. Feb. 21, 1864; killed Piedmont, June 5, 1864.
Miracle, Garrison, e. Aug. 22, 1862; killed at Piedmont, June 5, 1864.
Carson, James, e. Aug. 22, 1862; died in prison of wds. received at Piedmont.
Johnson, George W., e. March 8, 1864; killed at Piedmont, Va., June 5, 1864.
King, Samuel, e. Jan. 4, 1864.
Latch, Charles, e. 1862; captured at
Winchester, Va., June 15,1863; returned to duty Oct. 3, 1863.
Piggott, James T., e. 1864; wd. in the head June 5, 1864.
Shahan, Thomas, e. Feb. 1, 1864.
Smith, Joseph, e. Feb. 26,1864; sick at For-. tress Monroe at time of transfer.
Wilson, Richard, e. Aug. 16, 1862; pro. to corpl. Nov. 1, 1862; captured near Romney, Va.,Feb. 16, 1863.

COMPANY H.

Mustered in September 18,1862, at Gallipolis, Ohio, for three years.
Mustered out June 14, 1865, at Richmond, Va.

OFFICERS.

Captain Wilbert B. Teeters, 24, e. June 26, 1861. August 27, 1862, pro. to capt. from corpl. Co. I, 25, O. Y. I.; pro. maj. Dec. 27, 1864; wounded June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.,. and Oct. 19, 1864, in battle of Cedar Creek, Va., m. o. r.
First Lieutenant, William H. Spriggs, 24, e. Aug. 20, 1862, dismissed Jan. 15, 1864, by o. g. c.
Joseph Purkey, 25, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as first serg;.; wd. June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.; prisoner of war in Andersonville rebel prison from June 10, 1864, to Nov. 19, 1864; pro. capt, March 26, 1865; m. o. c.
Second Lieutenant William L. Moseley, 32, Aug. 18, 1862, as second lieut.; pro. first lieut. Sept. 8, 1864; capt. March 8, 1865; dis. March 30, 1865, for wounds received Oct. 19, 1864, in battle of Opequan, Va.

SERGEANTS

First Sergeant Benjamin F. Sammons, 29, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as sergt.; appd. first sergt. March 25, 1865; m. o. c.
William A. Arnold, 29, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as corpl.; appd. sergt. July 25, 1863; wounded Aug.. 26, 1864, in battle of Halltown, Va.; m. o. c.
Samuel B. Matthews, 20, e. Oct. 1, 1862, as private. Prisoner of war from June 15, 1862, to July 9, 1863; appd. sergt. May 23, 1865; trans, to 62d O. V. I., and from Co. F, 116th O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Jesse Joseph, 31, e. Aug. 19, 1862, as corpl.; appd. sergt. Jan. 15, 1865; m. o. c.
Joseph Secrest, 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as corpl.; appd. sergt. March 25, 1865; m. o. c.
Benjamin C. Drake, 22, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as corpl.; appd. sergt. Aug. 1,1863; dis. May 23, 1865, for wds. rec. June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.

CORPORALS.

Benjamin B. Tilton, 30, e. Aug. 28, 1862, as corpl.; wd. and captured June 5, 1864, at battle of Piedmont, Va.; pris. war; m. o. c.
Jeremiah Swain, 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as private; appd. corpl. July 25, 1863; wd. at Hatcher's Run; m. o. c.
Samuel Carpenter, 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as priv.; appd. corpl. March 25, 1865; m. o. c.
William H. Williams, 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as priv.; appd. corpl. April 25, 1865; m. o. c.
Mark E. Ward. 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as priv.; appd. corpl. May 1, 1865; m. o. c.
Joseph C. Wilson, 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as priv.; appd. corpl. June 1, 1863; wd. June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.;
prisoner of war; captured June 10, 1864. at Staunton, Va.; m. o. c. by o. w. d.
Henry T. Johnson, 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862; wd. Sept. 19, 1864, in battle of Opequan, Va.; trans, to v. r. c. April 11, 1865.
Jacob Gregg, 37, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as priv. in Co. F; trans. Nov. 1, 1862; died April 23, 1865, at Annapolis, Md., of wds. rec. in action June 5, 1864, at Piedmont, Va.
John W. Kackley, 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as priv.; appd. corpl. April 25, 1865; m. o. c.

WAGONER.

William H. Hesson, 23, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.

MUSICIAN.

George Lamp, 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862; killed July 18, 1864, in battle of Snicker's Ferry, Va.

PRIVATES.

Bartlett, Payan, 27, e. Aug, 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Bock, David M., 35, e. Aug. 26, 1862; captured June 15, 1864, at battle of Winchester, Va ; m. o. c.
Butler, Nathaniel, 30, e. Aug. 22, 1862; captured Dec. 28, 1862, at battle of Moore-field, Va.; wd. at Ft. Gregg, Va.; m. o. c.
Cain, William Y., 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862.; wd. at Piedmont; m. o. c.
Catlett, John, 28, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Clary, Henry C, 18, e Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Crooks, Henderson G., 27, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Durnal, Jacob L., 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Emmons, Wm. J., 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Geralds, Joseph, 23, e. Aug. 22, 1862; captured July 24, 1864, at battle of Winchester, Va.; m. o. c.
Grandon, Matthew, 29, e. Aug. 22, 1862; captured June 15, 1864, at battle of Winchester, Va.; m. o. c.
Gaily, Charles A., 19, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Kyser, John J., 20, e. Aug. 22, 1842; wd. June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.; prisoner of war; m. o. c.
Kyser, James K. P., 18, e. Sept. 3, 1864:; m. o. c.
Kirkbride, Eli T., 19, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Matthews, Elijah J., 33, e. Aug. 22, 1862; captured June 15, 1864, at battle of Winchester, Va.; m. o. c.
Moore, Lafayette, 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862; wd Sept. 19, 1864; prisoner of war; m. o. c.
Moore, Michael J., 31, e. Aug. 22, 1862; wd. Sept. 19. 1864; prisoner of war; m. o. c.
Moran,William, 18, e. Aug. 22,1862; m. o. c.
Morris, Aaron, 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862; rn. o. c.
Mott, John M., 18, e. Aug. 22,1862; m. o. c.
Powell, Andrew, 22, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Rowland, Wm. C, 22, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Russel, Isaac, 19, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Secrest, Simon, 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862;m. o. c.
Shafer, Hugh, 30, e. Aug 22, 186_ ; m. o. c.
Shafer, James I., 22, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Watson, Yoho, 40, e. Aug. 22,1862, m. o. c.
Westbrook, Wesley J., 44, e. Aug. 22,1862, m. o. c.
Wharff, George, 19, e. Aug. 22, 1862;m. o. c.
Wiley, Pardon J., 19, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.
Williams, John W., 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862; m. o. c.

ABSENT AT MUSTER OUT.

Armstrong, John, 19, e. Aug. 22, 1862; absent in hospl. at Pt. of Hocks, for wds. rec. April 2, 1865, in battle of Fort Gregg, Va.; m. o. by o. w. d.
Baker, Reason, 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862; wd. June 5, 1865, in battle of Piedmont, Va.; m. o. May 23,1865, by o. w. d.
Craig, Leonard, 18, e. Aug. 22,1862; wd. Sept. 3, 1864. in the battle of Berryville, Va.; m. o. by o. w. d,
Dalzell, James M., 22, e. Aug. 22, 1862; pro. to sergt.-major; absent, sick in hospl. at Wheeling, W. Va., since March, 1864; m. o. May 23, 1865, by o. w. d.
Dudley, Jacob, 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862; captured at battle of Piedmont, Va.; m. 6. by 6. w. d.
Dudley, Joseph, 26, e. Aug.22, 1862; prisoner of war, captured June 5, 1864, at battle of Piedmont, Va.
Groves, John A., 35, e. Aug. 22, 1862; wd. and captured June 5, 1864, at battle of Piedmont, Va.; m. o. by o. w. d.
Groves, Isaac, 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862; absent, sick in hospl. at Washington, D. C, since Aug. 25,1864; m. o. by o. w. d. .
Hopper, Alvah D., 18, e.' Aug. 22, 1862; on detached duty at Columbus, O.; m. o. by o. w. d.
James, Wesley J., 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862; wd. June 5,1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.; prisoner of war, paroled and m. o. at Columbus, Ohio, by o. w. d.
Matthews, Henry C., 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862; wd. April 2, 1865, in battle of Ft. Gregg, Va.; absent in hospl. at Pt. of Rocks, Va.; m. o. by o. w. d.
Shepherd, David, 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862; absent in hospl. at Martinsburg, Va.; dis. May 30, 1865, on s. c. d.
Smith, Joseph, 31, e. Aug. 22, 1862; prisoner of war, captured June 15, 1864; wd. April 2,1865, in battle of Ft. Gregg, Va.; absent in hospl. at Fortress Monroe, Va.; m. o. by o. w. d.
Spear, Thomas, 23, e. Aug. 22, 1862; prisoner of war, captured June 15,1864; paroled at Columbus, Ohio; m. o. by o. w. d.
Trimmer, Andrew, 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as sergt.; absent, sick in hospl. at Cumberland, Md.; m. o. by o. w . d.
Wharton, Damascus A., 22, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as corpl.; absent in convalescent camp at Harper's Ferry, Va.; m. o. by o. w. d.

DISCHARGED.

Williams, Reece, 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862, as corpl.; appd. sergt. Aug. 1, 1863; pro. to second lieut, to first lieut.; dis. Nov. 1,1864, for wds. rec. June 5,1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.
Chessire, U. J., 29, e. Aug. 22, 1862;diib. April 3,1865, at Cumberland, Md.; on s. c. d.
McBride, William, 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862; dis. June 19, 1865, for wds. rec. June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.
Raney, Zachariah, 22, e. Aug. 29, 1862; dis. Sept. 1863, at Martinsburg, Va., on s. c. d.
Rhodes, Jeremiah R., 18, e. Aug. 29', 1862; dis. April 7, 1865, at Columbus, Ohio, on s. c. d.
Sullivan, Dexter W., 32, e. Oct. 1,1862; dis. June 12, 1863, at Winchester, Va., on s. c. d.
Walters, George, 44, e. Aug. 22, 1862;
dis.____ 1863, at Columbus, Ohio, on s, c, d,
Wharff, Oliver K., e. Aug. 22, 1862; dis. May 10, 1864, at Harper's Ferry, Va.; on s. e. d.

TRANSFERRED.

Morrison, George, 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862 ; trans, to v. r. c.
Wounhas, Jacob, 30, e. Aug. 22,1862; trans. to Co. E, Oct. 19, 1862, and m. o. c.

DIED.

Engle, Charles W., 21, e. Aug. 22, 1862; died Sept. 2, 1863, at Haskinsville, Ohio.
Gorby, Daniel, 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862; died Aug. 27, 1863, at Shepardstown, Va., typhoid fever.
Harrison, James, 27, e. Aug. 22, 1862; died June 6, 1864, of wds. rec. June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.
Hull, Samuel, 18, e. Dec. 26, 1863; died Aug. 12,1864, at Sandy Hook, Md.
Larrick, John, 30, e. Aug. 22, 1862; died Sept. 12, 1864, at Savannah, Ga., of wds. rec. June 6, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.
Larrick, Benjamin, 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862 ; died Oct. 2, 1864, at Frederick, Md., of wds. rec. Sept. 3, 1864, in battle of Berryville, Va.
McCoy, Stephen C., 21, e. Aug. 22, 18(52; killed June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont, Va.
McCoy, John T., 27, e. Oct. 1, 1862 ; died Aug. 2, 1863, at Chambersburg, Pa.
Mcllwce, Joseph A., 18. e. March 30, 1S64; killed Sept. 19, 1864, in battle of Opequan, Va.
Morris, Apollo, 23, e. Aug. 22, 1862; died Jan. 1, 1864, at Salisbury, N. C.
Pethtel, Robert, 27, e. Oct. 1, 1862; died May 25, 1863, at Winchester, Va.
Pickenpaugh, George C., 22, e. Aug. 22, 1862; died Oct. 4, 1863, at Shepardstown, Va., of typhoid fever.
Rich, Solomon, 20, e. Aug. 22, 1862; died July 1, 1864, at Port Republic, Va., of wds. rec. June 5, 1864, in battle of Piedmont. Va.
Rodgers; James I., 18, e. Aug. 22, 1862; killed April 2, 1862, in battle of Fort Gregg, Va.
Stoneking, James A , 22, e. Aug. 22,1862; . died Nov. 30, 1862, at Cumberland, Md.
Yoho, Reuben, 18, e. Feb. 2, 1864; died April 1, 1864, at Martinsburg, Va., measles.
Petty, James H., 32, e. Oct. 1, 1862; deserted March 13, 1863, at Springfield, Va.
Vorhies, William, 24, e. Aug. 22, 1862; deserted June 17, 1863, at Orleans Station, B. & O. Ry.

DISCHARGED.

Swaney, Michael, 25, e. Aug. 22, 1862.

RECRUITS.

Archer, Nathan, 18, e. Aug. 21, 1863; trans, to Co. 62, O. V. I., June 14,1865, and m. o. c.
Bates, Dighton M., 18, e. Oct. 1, 1862; trans, to Co. 62, O. V. I., June 14, 1865, and m. o. c.
Brokaw, John R., 21, e. Aug. 21, 1862; trans, to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Brown, LeRoy D., 19, e. Feb. 3,1864; trans. to Co. 62, O. .V. I., and m. o. c.
Carpenter, Jacob, 22, e. Oct. 14, 1862; trans. to. Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Gregg, Jacob L., 26, e. Aug. 21,1862; trans. to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Kackley, Alexander D., 18, e Jan. 14,1864;' trans, to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Larrick, Noah, 18, e. March 31,1864; trans to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Moore, Barney, 19, e. Jan. 13, 1864; trans. to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Murdock, Greenbury, 30, e. Dec. 24 1863; trans, lo Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Phelps, John H., 28, e. Oct. 1, 1862; trans. to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Smith, Irvin F.. 22, e. Jan. 2,1864; trans. to Co. 62. O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Stephens, Asbury, 24, e. Jan. 2, 1862; trans. to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Williams, Elisha D., 18, e. Jan. 11, 1864; trans, to Co. 62, O. V. I , and m. o. c.
Yoho, Isaac N., 20, e. Oct. 1, 1862; trans. to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.
Moore, Nathan K., , e. Feb. 1, 1864; trans, to Co. 60, O. V. I., and m. o. c.; wd. 19th Sept., 1864.
Tribby, Isaiah, , c. Aug. 22, 1862; trans. to Co. 62, O. V. I., and m. o. c.

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