Lest We Forget - African American Military History by Researcher, 
					Author and Veteran Bennie McRae, Jr.

Washington County, Ohio

WASHINGTON COUNTY, OHIO

United States Colored Civil War Soldiers and Sailors 
and
 Officers Who Served in the United States Colored Troops

Researched, compiled and submitted by

Scott A. Britton
Commander
General Benjamin D. Fearing Camp #2
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
Washington County, Ohio
mariettablues@yahoo.com

REFERENCES: Jerry Devol's card file, the Official Rosters of Ohio Soldiers (Vol. 1 has the 5th and 27th United States Colored Infantry Regiments), Henry Burke's list of colored veterans in Washington County, Ohio and other outside sources.

 



The column headers follows and are at the top of the list. Each column is separated by a semicolon (;) so you can keep track of which column is which. The columns that are blank separated by a semicolon so you won't get lost in which column is which.  

 

 


 

Soldier's Surname; Soldier's Given Name; Age; Unit; Company; Rank;
Killed/Wounded/Captured/Missing; Enlisted; Discharged; Buried; Additional
Notes; Death; Cause of Death; Father's Surname; Father's Given Name;
Mother's Surname; Mother's Given Name; Wife's Surname; Wife's Given Name;
Birthdate; Birthplace

OVC = Ohio Volunteer Cavalry
OVI = Ohio Volunteer Infantry
USCHA = United States Colored Heavy Artillery
USCI = United States Colored Infantry
USN = United States Navy

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ARMSTRONG, Francis; ; 6th USCI; ; PVT; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ARMSTRONG

ARMSTRONG, Harrison; 47; 6th USCI; E; PVT; Died on 12 Nov 1864; Enlisted on
14 Jul 1863; ; Putnam Cemetery; Died in Muskingum Twp. Had 9 children &
widow lived at 216 Scammel St. in Marietta in 1898.; 4/16/1880; ;
ARMSTRONG; ; ; ; Swingler; Frances; Abt. 1817; VA

ASBURY, Anthony; 32; 148th OVI; E; PVT; ; Enlisted on 2 May 1864;
Discharged on 14 Sep 1864 at Camp Marietta, OH with his company; ; Listed
as a colored soldier in a white unit.; ; ; ASBURY; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1832

ASBURY, Dudley E; 25; 101st USCI; Unasgn'd; SGT MAJ; ; Enlisted on 4 Oct
1864 in Warren Twp; Discharged on 1 Oct 1865 at Nashville, TN on Expiration
of Term of Service; Memphis, TN; Married Jennie Kirby on 2 Oct 1880 at
Paris, TN. Occupation was a Teacher & also a Minister at the A.M.E. Church
in Memphis, TN. Mustered in at Newark, OH. He joined his regiment at
Nashville, TN on 1 Nov 1864. He is listed as a Mulatto & Free Person of
Color.; 2/7/02; Aortic Regulation; ASBURY; Ambrose; Jordon; Elenor;
Unknown/Kirley; Emma S/Jenny; 1840; Warren Twp.

ASBURY, John B; 36; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Wounded on 29 Sep 1864 at Deep
Bottom/New Market Heights, VA; Enlisted on 17 Aug 1864 in Decatur Twp.;
Discharged on 22 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on Expiration of Term of
Service; Chesterhill, Morgan Co, OH; Resident of Big Run, Decatur Twp.;
7/17/1894; ; ASBURY; ; ; ; Unknown/Cook; Unknown/Clarissa; Abt. 1828; near
West Liberty, Ohio Co, WV

AUSTIN, Lemeul; 18; 27th USCI; F; PVT; ; Enlisted on 23 Feb 1864 in Barlow
Twp; ; ; Transferred on 17 Oct 1864 to the 23rd USCI, Co. E. Listed in the
ORS as Samuel Austin, but he is not to be confused with the Samuel Austin
in the 27th USCI, Co. C. Listed in the ORS as Age 20.; ; ; AUSTIN; Barry; ;
; ; ; Abt. 1846; Barbour Co, WV

AUSTIN, Salathiel; 15; 27th USCI; D; PVT; ; Enlisted on 10 Aug 1864 in
Barlow Twp; ; ; Transferred on 19 Oct 1864 to the 23rd USCI, Co. E.; ; ;
AUSTIN; Barry; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1849; Barbour Co, WV

AUSTIN, Samuel; 23; 27th USCI; C; PVT; ; Enlisted on 16 Feb 1864;
Discharged on 21 Sep 1865; Decatur, Brown Co, OH; He was the slave of David
Austin of Carlisle, KY.; 12/7/05; ; AUSTIN; ; ; ; Blair; Mary Jane; Abt.
1841; Mason Co, KY

BANKS, Anthony; 31; 27th USCI; C; PVT; ; Enlisted on 8 Aug 1864; ; Lee
Cemetery, Athens Co, OH; Transferred on 18 Oct 1864 to the 23rd USCI.;
4/2/1887; ; BANKS; ; ; ; Ross; Caroline; Abt. 1833

BOLDEN, Allen; 22; 27th USCI; G; PVT; Wounded on 27 Oct 1864 at Fair Oaks,
near Richmond, VA; Enlisted on 4 Aug 1864; Discharged on 15 Nov 1865 at
Smithville, NC to date 21 Sep 1965 by Order of the War Department; Rockland
Cemetery; ; 2/28/1884; ; BOLDEN; ; ; ; Atkins; Emily Emma; Abt. 1842; VA

BRADLEY, Charles A.; 18; USN; ; LANDSMAN; ; Enlisted on 24 Jun 1861 at
Philadelphia, PA; ; ; Listed occupation as Barber, & 5'5 tall. Why is his
enlistment date in 1861, as he is listed as a colored soldier?; 3/12/19; ;
BRADLEY; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1843; Washington Co, OH

BROWN, John D; 34; 4th USCI; H; PVT; ; Enlisted on 2 Sep 1864 in Wesley
Twp.; Discharged on 5 Sep 1865; Southland Cemetery; He was a slave of ____
Benedict. Listed as a mulatto.; 3/10/98; ; BROWN; ; ; ; Unknown/Sewell;
Hannah/Clarissa; 1824; Berlin, MD

BURKE, Charles; 19; 27th USCI; G; PVT; Wounded in Feb 1865 at Sugar Loaf
Hill at the Battle of Fort Fisher, NC; Enlisted on 1 Aug 1864; Mustered out
on 5 Sep 1865 on Expiration of Term of Service; Putnam Cemetery; Resident
of Stafford, Monroe Co, OH at enlistment. Moved to Newport Twp. in 1854
until 1862, then came back in 1875 & lived near Marietta (Muskingum Twp).
Listed as Black & had 16 children.; 3/12/19; ; BURKE; Joseph; Gaskins;
Hannah; Woods; Sarah Frances; 3/1/1845; Prince William Co, VA

BURKE, James;  16th USCI; E; PVT; ; Enlisted on 13 Feb 1865; Discharged on
23 Feb 1866; Rockland Cemetery; ; ; ; BURKE

BURKE, Nimrod; 27; 23rd USCI; G; 1SGT; ; Enlisted in Nov 1863; Discharged
at Brownsville, TX; Greenlawn Cemetery, Chillicothe, OH, Soldiers' Circle
Plot; Promoted from Private to Sergeant. Participated in the Battle of
Appomatox when Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered. See Henry Burke.; 7/15/14; ;
BURKE; Joseph; Gaskins; Hannah; Freeman; Mary; 1836; Prince William Co, VA

BURKE, Titus; 20; 16th USCI; E; PVT; ; Enlisted on 18 Feb 1865; ; Rockland;
; ; ; BURKE; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1845

BURKET, George W;  32nd USCI; F; PVT; ; Enlisted on 24 Feb 1864; Mustered
out on 22 Aug 1865; Decatur Cemetery; ; ; ; BURKET

BURTON, Charles; ; 5th USCI; I & C; PVT; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; BURTON; ; ; ; ; ; ;


BURTON, Henry; ; 5th USCI; I; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; BURTON

BURTON, William; ; 5th USCI; I; PVT; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; BURTON

BUTLER, Charles W; 30; 27th USCI; A; PVT; Killed on 27 Oct 1864 at
Southside Railroad, First Battle of Hatcher's Run, VA accidentally by one
of his own men; Enlisted on 2 Aug 1864 in Barlow Twp; ; Petersburg, VA
within enemy lines; He was killed accidentally by Union troops while on the
skirmish line & was buried within the enemy's line at Petersburg, VA. His
wife remarried Delaware McCoy after his death.; 10/27/64; ; BUTLER; Israel;
; Catherine; Jones; Martha Elizabeth; Abt. 1832; VA

BUTLER, William Henry Harrison; 19; 5th USCI; E; PVT; ; Enlisted on 1 Aug
1864 in Barlow Twp.; Mustered out on 20 Sep 1865 at Carolina City, NC with
company; Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA; Enlisted as a substitute. He
died at Pittsburgh, PA. He was a A.M.E. Minister at Columbus, OH.; 10/5/33;
Heart Disease; BUTLER; Israel; ; Catherine; Donley?/Williams/Jones/Brown;
Nancy Ellen?/Rosa Lena/Sarah/Evangeline R.; 9/8/1846; Upper Sandusky,
Seneca Co, OH

CARMICHAEL, James; 32; 109th USCI; C & A; 1LT; Wounded on 25 Jun 1863 at
Hoovers' Gap, TN; Enlisted on 15 Aug 1862 in Aurelius Twp; Discharged on 6
Feb 1866 by Order of the War Department; ; Enlisted on 15 Aug 1862 as a Pvt
in 92nd OVI, Co. H, promoted to Cpl & then Sgt. Commissioned on 5 Jul 1864
as 2nd Lt in 109th USCI, promoted to 1st Lt. His widow was living in
Macksburg in 1890. Also listed as commissioned on 29 Aug 1864 at Louisa, KY
in the 109th USCI.; Bef. 1890; Heart Disease; CARMICHAEL; ; ; ; ; Elizabeth
J.; Abt. 1830

CARR, William Riley; 38; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Died on 18 Jun 1865 at New Bern,
NC in hospital of diarrhea; Enlisted on 23 Aug 1864 at Marietta, OH; ; New
Bern National Cemetery, Plot 16, Gr. 2793, No. 74; Residence also listed at
Fairview, Guernsey Co, OH. Listed in Ben Bain's Multiracial series as
mulato, attacked with diarrhea in May 1865 & admitted to the hospital on 10
Jun 1865. Had 7 children. Also listed as a Musician.; 6/18/65; Chronic
Diarrhea; CARR; ; ; Lucinda; Lucas; Margaret; 1833; OH

CLENDENIN, William; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Alias of James Tyler. See that
soldier for more details.

COURSEY, Edward; 27; 27th USCI; K; PVT; Died on 3 Jan 1865 at Point of
Rocks, VA of pneumonia; Enlisted on 2 Aug 1864 in Decatur Twp.; ; City
Point National Cemetery, VA, Gr. 3892; Also listed as Edmund Courcey.
Married on 1 Jan 1852 in Morgan Co, OH. Listed as a mulatto. Had 9
children. Listed in City Point Cemetery transcriptions as N. Courser.
Listed as a mulatto.; 1/3/65; Pneumonia; COURSEY; ; ; ; Simpson; Elvira;
Abt. 1837

CREAL, George A; 24; 5th USCI; I; PVT; ; Enlisted on 29 Sep 1863 in
Muskingum Twp.; Mustered out on 20 Sep 1865 at Carolina City, NC with his
company; ; Also listed as enlisted in Marietta City-2nd Ward in Jul 1863.;
; ; CREAL; Moses; ; Rosa; Bamford; Sallie M.; Abt. 1839; Greenbriar Co, WV

CURTIS, Jacob; 37; 27th USCI; G; PVT; ; Enlisted on 5 Sep 1864; Mustered
out on 5 Sep 1865 at New Bern, NC on Expiration of Term of Service; ;
Resident of Stafford, Monroe Co, OH. He had 11 children.; 11/7/04; ;
CURTIS; ; ; ; Burke; Mary Jane; Abt. 1830; Rockingham Co, VA; ; ; ; ; ; ;
CURTIS; John; ; 3rd USCI; C; PVT; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; CURTIS

DANIELS, Woodson; 24; 5th USCI; C; CPL; ; Enlisted on 22 Jun 1863; Mustered
out on 20 Sep 1865 with his company; ; Appointed on 23 Jul 1863 to Cpl.; ;
; DANIALS; ; ; ; ; Eliza J; Abt. 1837; TN

DAVIS, Moses L; 31; 41st USCI; B; SGT; ; Enlisted on 9 Sep 1864; Discharged
on 30 Sep 1865; Oak Grove Cemetery; Occupation listed as barber. Listed as
a mulatto.; 5/20/04; ; DAVIS; ; ; ; Unknown/Scott; Mary/Mary Ann E.;
3/31/1833; Washington Co, PA

DIX, David; 34; 27th USCI; C; PVT; ; Enlisted on 10 Aug 1864; Discharged on
10 Sep 1865 on Surgeon's Certificate of Disability; ; Also listed as David
Dick.; ; ; DICK; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1830

DIXON, Harrison; 21; 5th USCI; G; PVT; ; Enlisted on 22 Jun 1863;
Discharged on 15 Jun 1865 at Goldsboro, NC by Order of the War Department;
; Also listed as a member of the 27th USCI, Co. G, Pvt, but not found on
the rolls.; ; ; DIXON; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1842

DIXON, John; ; 72nd USCI; ; ; ; ; ; St. Mary's Cemetery; ; ; ; DIXON

ELLIS, George W; 18; 92nd OVI; G; UCOOK; ; Enlisted on 1 Dec 1861 in
Decatur Twp.; ; ; Listed in ORS as a colored undercook.; ; ; ELLIS; ; ; ; ;
; Abt. 1846

EVANS, David; 17; 5th USCI; C; PVT; Died on 22 Apr 1864 at Fortress Monroe,
Hampton, VA in General Hospital of Pneumonia; Enlisted on 22 Jun 1863 in
Decatur Twp.; ; Fortress Monroe National Cemetery, VA, Plot 1604; Listed in
the ROH as Enlisted in the 4th OH Colored Infantry, Co. D at its formation,
Died in the summer of 1864, and was buried near the Hospital at Fortress
Monroe. Listed in ORS as Daniel Evans, 5th USCI, Co. C, Pvt, Age 18.;
4/22/1864; Pneumonia; EVANS; Gray; Jones; Jane; Single; ; 1846;
(Georgetown, Harrison Co?) OH

FARRIS, George; 33; 5th USCI; C; PVT; Died on 11 May 1864 at Fortress
Monroe General Hospital, Hampton, VA of Pneumonia & Fever; Enlisted on 22
Jun 1863 in Wesley Twp.; ; Fortress Monroe National Cemetery, VA, Plot
4064; Also listed as George Ferris.; 5/11/1864; Pneumonia & Fever; FARRIS;
; ; ; Jackson; Laura; Abt. 1830

FLETCHER, Wesley T; 27; 14th USCI; A; PVT; ; Enlisted in Waterford Twp.; ;
; Listed as Weston Fletcher in the 1860 Wesley Twp. census.; ; ; FLETCHER;
; ; Dorcas

FREEMAN, Albert; 19; 27th USCI; G; PVT; ; Enlisted on 6 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 21 Sep 1865 with his company; Putnam Cemetery; Resident of Stafford,
Monroe Co, OH. Died at 108 New St, Marietta, OH. Also listed as a member of
the 5th USCI. Member of the Buell Post 178 GAR. Listed as 5'5 tall.;
5/7/33; ; FREEMAN; Turner; ; ; Armstrong/Arnold; Amanda/Philomina Minnie;
1/26/1845; Harper's Ferry, Jefferson Co, WV

GIBSON, Thomas; 21; 5th USCI; G; PVT; ; Enlisted on 13 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 22 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on expiration of term of service; Smith
Cemetery; ; ; ; GIBSON; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1843

GIBSON, William O; 29; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Wounded on 22 Feb 1865 at
Wilmington, NC; Enlisted on 13 Aug 1864; Mustered out on 22 Aug 1865 at New
Berne, NC on expiration of term of service; ; ; ; ; GIBSON; ; ; ; ; ; Abt.
1835

GILES, Edward; 32; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Killed in New Madrid, MO by his former
overseer; Enlisted on 13 Aug 1864 in Marietta City-2nd Ward; Mustered out
on 22 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on expiration of term of service; Mound
Cemetery; He was shot by his former overseer on a plantation in New Madrid,
MO when he traveled from his new home at Marietta, OH back to New Madrid,
MO to bring his mother-in-law to live in Marietta. Instead, she escorted
his dead body back to Marietta for burial in the Mound Cemetery. He was
freed from slavery when the Union army went through New Madrid. He was
still dressed in his uniform/Union overcoat when he was killed by a
Confederate sympathizer, his former overseer. Listed in Marietta Times on
15 Mar 1866 as Shot by Newton Hammond & buried in Mound Cemetery on 3 Mar
1866.; 2/12/66; ; GILES; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1832

GOINS, James H; 17; 5th USCI; D; PVT; ; Enlisted on 13 Aug 1864 in Decatur
Twp.; Mustered out on 24 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on expiration of term of
service; ; ; ; ; GOINS; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1847; VA

GOINS, John; 24; 5th USCI; D; PVT; ; Enlisted on 13 Aug 1864 in Decatur
Twp?; Mustered out on 28 Aug 1865 at New Bern, NC on Expiration of Term of
Service; ; Could he have been from James' Brother & enlisted in Decatur
Twp??; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1840

GOINS, Nimrod; 28; 5th USCI; G; PVT; ; Enlisted on 13 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 22 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on expiration of term of service; ; ; ;
; GOINS; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1836; VA

GOODNIG, Washington; ; 5th USCI; A; PVT; ; ; ; ; Possibly George Washington
Gooding, 148th OVI??; ; ; GOODNIG

GOUDY, John C; ; 15th USCI; A; PVT; ; ; ; Oak Grove Cemetery; Married on 3
Dec 1867 in Washington Co, OH.; 11/13/1884; ; GOUDY; ; ; ; Carter; Susan
Francis; 11-Nov

HALE, Charles William; 22; 5th USCI; E; PVT; ; Enlisted on 10 Aug 1864;
Mustered out on 22 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on expiration of term of
service; Green Lawn Cemetery, Dayton, OH; He was a slave of David
McCullough. Residence at Federal, Athens Co, OH. Died at the National
Soldiers Home in Dayton, OH.; 6/23/18; ; HALE; ; ; ; Walton; Cornelia;
7/15/1842; Pt. Pleasant, Mason Co, WV

HALE, George; 23; 5th USCI; E; PVT; ; Enlisted on 12 Aug 1864; Mustered out
22 Aug 1865 at New Bern, NC on Expiration of Term of Service; Green Lawn
Cemetery, Columbus, OH; He was a slave of David McCullough. Residence at
Albany, Athens Co, OH. Died at Columbus, OH.; 7/13/95; ; HALE; ; ; ;
Abrams; Mamie; Abt. 1841; Pt. Pleasant, Mason Co, WV

HARPER, William James; 21; 5th USCI; C; CPL; Severly wounded on 29 Sep 1864
at Deep Bottom, VA in the left forearm; Enlisted on 22 Jun 1863; Mustered
out on 20 Sep 1865 with his company; Buchtel, Athens Co, OH; Residence at
Buchtel, Athens Co, OH. Occupation was a Coal Miner. Listed in ORS as
wounded on 29 Sep 1864 at New Market Heights, VA. Appointed Cpl. on 16 May
1865.; 8/31/75; ; HARPER; ; ; ; Norman; Amanda; 11/21/1841; Belmont Co, OH

HARRIS, James; ; 20th USCI; D or H; CPL; Missing in Action; Enlisted on 22
Jul 1864 in Marietta City-1st Ward. ; Mustered out on 12 Aug 1865; ; May
have enlisted in another unit & when he left it to join the 20th USCI, he
was listed as missing?; 0/0/00; ; HARRIS

HARRIS, Thornton; 25; 27th USCI; C; PVT; While serving in front of
Petersburg, VA, gangrene set in both feet from prolonged periods of standing
in mud & both feet were amputated at the instep; Enlisted on 10 Aug 1864 in
Decatur Twp.; Discharged on 2 Sep 1865 on Surgeon's Certificate of
disability; Harris Cemetery; Residence at Big Run P.O, Athens Co, OH. Died
at Cutler, OH.; 6/2/22; ; HARRIS; ; ; ; Lucas; Irena; 4/11/1839; Barbour Co, WV

HEDGEPATH, Richard; 43; 27th USCI; K; PVT; ; Enlisted on 2 Aug 1864;
Mustered out on 21 Sep 1865 with his company; ; Listed by Jerry Devol in
the ORS as a Washington Co, OH Soldier.; ; ; HEDGEPATH; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1821

HILL, William; 20; 27th USCI; I; PVT; ; Enlisted on 20 Jun 1864 in Harmar
Twp.; Discharged in 1866; Rockland Cemetery; Transferred on 17 Oct 1864 to
23rd US Colored Infantry, Company I; ; ; HILL; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1844

HUNTER, William; 18; 5th USCI; K; PVT; Wounded on 22 Feb 1865 at
Wilmington, NC; Enlisted on 26 Nov 1863; Mustered out on 20 Sep 1865 with
his company; Barlow Cemetery; ; ; ; HUNTER; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1845

JACKSON, William; 15; 6th Wisconsin Infantry; F&S; SERV; ; Joined in 1861/62 at
Fredericksburg, VA; ; ; Colored servant/soldier. Although he never formally
enlisted in a unit, he served as Rufus R. Dawes' (6th WI Infantry, Iron
Brigade) personal assistant/servant. Gen. Dawes stated William was under
fire & often much exposed in the battles of Gainsville, 2nd Bull Run, South
Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Mine Run, Wilderness,
Spotsylvania, North Anna, Cold Harbor & Petersburg. Although not officially
recognized by the 6th WI, it is Gen. Dawes statement of William's battle
record & personal service to him which demands his inclusion in this list.
He never married. After the war, he paid the expenses to send his brother
Moses back to Fredericksburg to free his mother & sister. He cared for &
supported both ladies for the rest of his/their lives. His obituary states
his mother was whipped so severely her speech was almost destroyed & his
sister was rendered an idiot by brutal blows on the head. His obituary,
written by Gen. Dawes himself, stated he (Dawes) knew him for a devoted
friend & brave and true man. He was a grocer & salon keeper after the war
in Harmar.; ; ; JACKSON; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1846

JOHNSON, Israel H; 21; 27th USCI; I; CPL; ; Enlisted on 19 Jul 1864;
Mustered out on 21 Jun 1865 with Company; Kilvert Cemetery, Athens Co, OH;
Residence at Big Run, Athens Co, OH. Died in Athens Co, OH. Appointed Cpl
on 1 Jul 1865.; 5/1/98; ; JOHNSON; ; ; ; Norris; Malinda A; 1844

KENNEDY, John; 23; 27th USCI; I; PVT; ; Enlisted on 19 Jul 1864; Mustered
out on 21 Sep 1865 with his company; Ravenswood Cemetery, Ravenswood, WV;
Residence at Ravenswood, WV. Listed in the ORS as John Kanada.; 2/2/01; ;
KENNEDY; ; ; ; Croston; Elizabeth; 1841; Albemarle Co, VA

KENNEDY, Nelson; 22; 27th USCI; C; PVT; ; Enlisted on 10 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 10 Aug 1865 on Expiration of Term of Service; Los Angeles, CA;
Resident of Cutler, Washington Co, OH & Los Angeles, CA (where he died &
was buried).; 11/9/28; ; KENNEDY; ; ; ; Barris; Lydia; 10/2/1843; Albemarle
Co, VA?

KEYHOE, James Frederick; 23/26; 110th USCI; I; CPT; ; Enlisted on 1 Oct
1861 in Waterford Twp.; ; ; Enlisted first in 63rd OH Infantry, Company D &
F as a Private & rose through the ranks to Sergeant Major in the Field &
Staff. Appointed Captain of the USCI on 31 Dec 1863. Also listed as J.
Keghoe; ; ; KEYHOE; ; ; ; ; Electa

LANDRUM, Drury; 20; 122nd USCI; D; PVT; ; Enlisted on 11 Oct 1864; ; ; He
was a slave of Frank Landrum. His occupation was that of a Hotel Porter in
Beverly. He is also listed as a member of the 27th USCI. Mustered in at
Owensboro, KY.; 10/8/08; ; LANDRUM; ; ; ; ; ; 1844; Falls of Rough Creek,
Grayson Co, KY

LAWSON, Thomas E; 34; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Wounded on 29 Sep 1864 at New
Market Heights, VA; Enlisted on 17 Aug 1864 in Wesley Twp.; Mustered out on
8 Sep 1865 on Expiration of Term of Service; ; Listed in 1860 Wesley Twp.
census as a mulatto with 9 children. Also listed as a member of the 27th
USCI, but not found on the rolls. Listed as Age 40 in ORS.; ; ; LAWSON; ; ;
; Sarah; ; Abt. 1830; VA

LEWIS, Charles D; 25; 27th USCI; D; PVT; Wounded at Point of Rocks, VA on
Picket duty & Died on 13 Dec 1864 at Point of Rocks, VA from lockjaw as a
result of these wounds; Enlisted on 10 Aug 1864 in Barlow Twp.; ; ; Listed
in ROH as was in the action at Hatchers Run & was killed in an engagement
at Point of Rocks, VA.; 12/13/65; ; LEWIS; William; Lemaster; Clarissa; ; ;
1838; GA or AL

LEWIS, William Henry; 28; 27th USCI; K; PVT; ; Enlisted on 8 Aug 1864 in
Barlow Twp.; Mustered out on 4 Sep 1865 on Expiration of Term of Service; ;
Listed in ROH as was in the action at Hatchers Run & the skirmish at Point
of Rocks, VA. Died at Soldiers Home in 1912. Born on (4 or 8) Jul 1836 in
GA. Member & photo with Barlow Post 434 GAR.; ; ; LEWIS; William; Lemaster;
Clarissa; ; Elizabeth; 7/4/1836; GA

LUCAS, John Calvin; Age 19; 18th OVI; Co. D & C; Pvt;
Enlisted on 20 Feb 1864 in Wesley Twp; Mustered out on
9 Oct 1865 at Augusta, GA; Buried in Hager (Haga?)
Cemetery, Guysville, Athens Co, OH; Additional Notes:
Listed as a colored soldier in a white unit.
Transferred from Co. D to C on 20 Oct 1864. He was
asssigned as the regimental teamster. Listed as a
mulatto. Also listed as 5'11-1/2" tall, blue eyes &
dark hair. He had one child-Jennie Lucas (b. 25 Apr
1900); Died on 1/15/1920 at Stewart, Athens Co, OH;
Father-Charles Lucas; Mother-Rachel Dalton;
Wife-Rachel Tabler (divorced) & Mrs. Ara Jane (Male)
Mayle; Born 15 Jul 1844 near Zanesville, Muskingum Co,
OH.

LUKINS, Eli B; 37; 18th OVI; G & B; PVT; ; Enlisted on 26 Jan 1864 in
Barlow Twp.; Discharged on 28 Jun 1865; Decatur Chapel Cemetery; Also
listed as Eli B. Leukens. Some records list him in the 18th USCI, Co. B.; ;
; LUKINS; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1827

MALE, Aaron; 25; 5th USCI; C; PVT; Died in 1865 at Columbus, OH; Enlisted
on 15 Aug 1864 in Barlow Twp.; Mustered out on 20 Sep 1865 at Carolina
City, NC with company; ; Listed in ROH as Was in Hospital at Deep Bottom,
VA in Oct 1864 & afterwards at Fortress Monroe. Took part in some
skirmishes during his service. Listed in Ben Bain's Multiracial series as
mulatto, in hospital at Deep Bottom, VA in Oct 1864 & at Ft. Morgan. Listed
in ORS as Aron Males, Age 19, mustered out. Listed in the ORS as
discharged, but may have been too ill to return home & died in a hospital
at Columbus?; 0/0/65; ; MALE; George; ; Elizabeth; ; ; 1839; Barbour Co, WV

MALE, Cornelius; 26; 27th USCI; G; PVT; ; Enlisted on 31 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 5 Sep 1865 on Expiration of Term of Service; ; ; ; ; MALE; ; ; ; ; ;
Abt. 1838

MALE, George W; ; 15th OVI; K; PVT; ; Enlisted in Barlow Twp.; ; ; Listed
as a colored soldier in a white unit.; ; ; MALE

MALE, Solomon S; 25; 148th OVI; K; PVT; ; Enlisted on 2 May 1864 in Wesley
Twp.; Mustered out on 14 Sep 1864 at Camp Marietta, OH; ; Listed as a
colored soldier in a white unit. Listed in the ORS as Age 18.; ; ; MALE;
George; ; Elba; ; ; Abt. 1839; VA

MARSHALL, James; 18; 27th USCI; F; PVT; Died on 15 Apr 1865 at Camp
Delaware, OH; Enlisted on 20 Mar 1864; ; Decatur M. E. Cemetery; ; ; ;
MARSHALL; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1846

MASON, Reuben Simons; 25; 55th USCI; G; 1LT; Wounded on 12 Jun 1864 at
Davis Mills, MS by a shell disabling him, Captured & Exchanged on 22 Sep
1864 at Rough & Ready, GA from Andersonville Prison, GA.; Enlisted on 2 Oct
1861 in Adams Twp.; Mustered out on 22 Jul 1865; Waterford Cemetery;
Enlisted as Private, 63rd OVI, Co. D, transferred on 15 Jan 1862 to Co. F.
Transferred to USCT unit as Sergeant Major & rose to 1st Lieutenant. The
USCT unit was organized at Corinth, MS on 21 May 1863 as the 1st AL
A.D.[African Descent] Volunteers. Its designation was changed to the 55th
USCT on 11 Mar 1864 & Mustered out on 31 Dec 1865. Died at North Olmsted,
OH. Participated in the Seige of Island #10, New Madrid, MO & Corinth, MS &
the Battles of Iuka, Corinth & Parker's Cross Roads as part of the 63rd. In
the 55th USCI, he fought at the battle of Trenton, MS.; 2/26/08; ; MASON;
Adelphia Coburn; Simons; Patience; Stacy; Lucetia Louisiana; 12/8/1837;
Adams Twp

MCINTOSH, Silas; 19; 27th USCI; A; CPL; ; Enlisted on 8 Aug 1864 in
Marietta City-2nd Ward.; Discharged in Sep 1865 at New Bern, NC on
Expiration of Term of Service; Oak Grove Cemetery; ; 6/20/1882; ; MCINTOSH;
Robert; ; Eliza; ; ; Abt. 1845; OH

MILLIGAN, John M; 25; 15th USCI; K; PVT; ; Enlisted on 1 Oct 1864 in Harmar
Twp.; Discharged in Jul 1865 for a disability; Harmar Cemetery; Also listed
as member of the 15th TN Infantry (US), which is where the 15th USCI was
raised (TN). Also listed as a member of the 9th USCI-possibly the 9th
USCHA?; 1/2/02; ; MILLIGAN; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1839

MILLIGAN, William; ; 9th USCHA; E; SGT; ; Enlisted on 5 Jan 1864;
Discharged on 1 Jan 1866; Harmar Cemetery; Enlisted on 5 Jan 1864 as a
colored soldier in a white unit, 1st OVC, Co. L, Pvt. He was transferred in
Aug 1865 to the the 88th USCI, Co. D, Sgt. Also a member of the 9th USCHA,
Co. E, Sgt.; ; ; MILLIGAN

MONTGOMERY, Harrison; 18; 5th Massachusetts Colored Cavalry; L; PVT; ; Enlisted on 6 Apr 1864; Mustered out on 31 Oct 1865 at Clarksville, TX; ; Listed as Farmer &
residence as Boston, MA. Also listed in 55th MA Infantry (colored unit),
but was not found on the roster.; ; ; MONTGOMERY; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1846

MUNCEY, Isaac N; 16; 1st OVC; H & L; PVT; ; Enlisted on 13 Aug 1864 in
Harmar Twp; Mustered out on 17 Jun 1865 at Nashville, TN; Harmar Cemetery;
He was killed/murdered by _____ Snodgrass by a gunshot & died in Harmar.
Listed as a colored soldier in a white unit. Possibly a member of the 20th
USCI?; 10/29/1879; ; MUNCEY; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1848; Meigs Co, OH

MUNCEY, John D; 24; 3rd USCHA; I; PVT; ; Enlisted on 5 Jan 1864 in Harmar
Twp; Discharged in Aug 1865; Harmar Cemetery; Enlisted on 5 Jan 1864 as a
colored soldier in a white unit, 1st OVC, Co. L, Pvt. Transferred on 31 Jan
1865 to the 9th USCHA, Co. E. Also a member of the 88th USCI, Co. F. Also
listed in 3rd USCI (mistake?). Also listed as Jackson Muncey.; 2/27/1893; ;
MUNCEY; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1840

MUNCEY, Montgomery; 19; 3rd USCHA; E; QMSGT; ; Enlisted on 16 Jan 1864 in
Harmar Twp; Discharged on 31 Aug 1865; Harmar Cemetery; Enlisted on 16 Jan
1864 as a colored soldier in a white unit, 1st OVC, Co. L, Pvt. Transferred
on 31 Jan 1865 to the 9th USCHA, Co. E. Also a member of the 88th USCI, Co.
K. Also listed in 3rd USCI (mistake?).; 1/12/07; ; MUNCEY; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1844

MUNCEY, William H. H; 17; 1st OVC; L; PVT; ; ; ; ; Listed as a colored
soldier in a white unit. Also a member of the 9th USCHA, Co. E.; ; ;
MUNCEY

NEUMAN, Samuel; 25; 5th USCI; G; PVT; ; Enlisted on 17 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 22 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on expiration of term of service; ; ; ;
; NEUMAN; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1839

NEWMAN, Tillman; 28; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Killed on 29 Sep 1864 at New Market
Heights/Deep Bottom, VA by a gunshot; Enlisted on 23 Aug 1864; ; ; ;
9/29/64; ; NEWMAN; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1836

NORMAN, Amos Joseph; 20; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Wounded on 1 Aug 1864 in the
trenches at Petersburg, VA by a spent ball gunshot wound to the breast;
Enlisted on 23 Jun 1863 in Decatur Twp.; Discharged on 15 Jun 1865 at
Goldsboro, NC at the expiration of his term; ; Also isted as Joseph
Norman.; ; ; NORMAN; ; ; Mary; Male; Nancy Elizabeth; Abt. 1844; Washington
Co, OH

NORMAN, Azariah; 37; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Wounded on 29 Sep 1864 at New Market
Heights, VA & Died; Enlisted on 22 Aug 1864 in Decatur Twp.; Discharged on
23 Nov 1865 on Surgeon's Certificate of Disability; ; Listed in the ORS as
discharged, but may have been too injured to return home & died in a
hospital there? Also listed as Age 28 in ORS.; 0/0/00; ; NORMAN; Basil; ;
Sarah; ; ; Abt. 1827; Washington Co, OH

NORRIS, Adam; 22; 100th USCI; F; PVT; ; Enlisted on 20 Aug 1864 in Barlow
Twp.; Discharged on 15 Sep 1865 at Nashville, TN; ; Listed in ROH as After
Commissary service for a time at Camp Delaware, joined his Regiment at
Nashville on 24 Oct. The first part of his time was spent in Hospital duty.
During the last 5 months, he was in the field. Never wounded or captured.
Married & has 2 children [Olivia, b. 1863 & Wm. D, b. 1864; wife
Elisabeth].; 7/7/1876; ; NORRIS; Isaac; ; Sarah; Scott; Elisabeth;
11/14/1841; Barbour Co, WV

NORRIS, Noah; 20; 5th USCI; C; PVT; ; Enlisted on 22 Jun 1863 in Decatur
Twp.; Mustered out on 20 Sep 1865 with his company; ; Listed in the ORS as
Noah Morris.; ; ; NORRIS; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1843

NORRIS, William; 18; 5th USCI; C; PVT; Died on 7 Jan 1864 at Norfolk, VA;
Enlisted on 22 Jun 1863; ; ; Listed in ORS for 5th USCI as William Morris.
Also listed as a member of the 27th USCI, Pvt, but not found on the rolls
under either name.; ; ; NORRIS; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1845

NORRIS, William M; 23; 5th USCI; C; PVT; Died on 15 Jun 1865 at Goldsboro,
NC of Chronic Diarrhea; Enlisted on 20 Aug 1864 in Wesley Twp.; Discharged
on 28 May 1865 at Goldsboro, NC by Order of the War Department; ; Also
listed as 3rd USCI, Co. C. Listed in the ORS as discharged, but may have
been too ill to return home & died in a hospital there?; 6/15/65; ; NORRIS;
; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1841

PARSONS, William; 32; 27th USCI; B; CPL; ; Enlisted on 1 Aug 1864 in Barlow
Twp.; Discharged on 21 Sep 1865 at Columbus with his company; ; Listed in
ROH as Was appointed Corporal. In all the service & fighting of the
Regiment; but was never wounded or captured. Also listed as Discharged on 7
Sep 1865 at Columbus by General Order. Appointed on 31 Aug 1865 as Cpl.; ;
; PARSONS; John; ; Elizabeth; ; ; 12/25/1831; Taylor Co, WV

PEARLE, John; 18; 5th USCI; C; PVT; ; Enlisted on 22 Jun 1863; Mustered out
on 20 Sep 1865 with his company; ; John Payne, alias John Pearl. The Pearl
name was from his slavemaster owner ______ Pearl. Listed in the ORS as John
Purle. Died in Corapolis, Allegheny Co, PA. Listed as ran away to Canada
when quite young. Claimed to have been born in Marietta.; 7/23/03; ; PERL;
; ; ; Carter; Clara; Abt. 1845; Marietta, OH

PHILLIPS, Robert Elmer; 23; 53rd OVI; E; LTCOL; ; Enlisted on 13 Oct 1861
in Marietta City-1st Ward; ; Oak Grove Cemetery; He enlisted on 13 Oct 1861
as a 2nd Lt, promoted to 1st Lt 7 discharged on 28 Jun 1863. He was also
the 3rd Brigade Quartermaster. Commissioned in the 59th USCI, F&S, as Lt.
Col. The 59th USCI was also known as the 1st TN Infantry (African
Descent).; 1891; ; PHILLIPS; ; ; ; ; ; 1838

POWELL, Jesse; 20; USCI; ; ; ; Enlisted in Aug or Sep 1864 in Belpre Twp;
; ; Listed in ROH as (Colored). Came to this State with the Hunter Raid
from near Salem Roanoke Co, VA which he had been the slave of one Reed. He
was about 20 years old; [Not listed, Ohio Soldiers]. [9th WVI, Co. D,
1861-1864(?), came back with Henry H. Fletcher(?)]. Possibly member of 16th
USCI? Enlisted in a colored regiment in Columbus.; ; ; POWELL; ; ; ; ; ;
Abt. 1844

RAMSEY, Alexander; 19; 5th USCI; C & E; CPL; Wounded in Aug 1864 at
Petersburg, VA by a gunshot to the left knee while working on the
breastwork there & Wounded again on 29 Sep 1864 at Deep Bottom, near New
Market Heights, VA by a gunshot to the stomach while charging the enemy;
Enlisted on 6 Jul 1863 in Decatur Twp.; Mustered out on 20 Sep 1865 with
his company; Mt. Liberty Cemetery; Transferred from Co. C to E about Jul or
Aug 1864. Appointed Cpl on 31 Aug 1865. Died at Cutler, OH. He stated his
father was a slave & uneducated, while his mother an Indian. He came to
Washington Co, OH in 1857.; 3/16/32; ; RAMSEY; ; ; ; Male; Lucinda;
5/10/1844; Petersburg, VA

ROAN, Ambrose; 20; 27th USCI; F; 1SGT; Wounded on 30 Jul 1863 at
Petersburg, VA by a gunshot to the scalp; Enlisted on 23 Feb 1864 at
Marietta, OH; Mustered out on 21 Sep 1865 with his company; ; Appointed on
16 Apr 1864 as 1st Sgt. Also listed as a member of the 5th USCI?; ; ; ROAN;
; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1844

ROBINSON, Henry; ; 16th USCLA; ; ; ; ; ; Rockland Cemetery; ; ; ; ROBINSON

SAMPSON, Thomas E; ; 5th USCI; F; PVT; Wounded at Deep Bottom, VA; Enlisted
on 22 Aug 1864 in Decatur Twp.; ; ; ; ; ; SAMPSON

SCOTT, Henry; 22; 5th USCI; G; CPL; Wounded on 22 Feb 1865 at Wilmington,
NC & Died on 7 Apr 1865 at New Bern, NC in Hospital from sickness; Enlisted
on 14 Jul 1863 in Barlow Twp.; Discharged on 8 Sep 1865 at Carolina City,
NC on Surgeon's Certificate of disability; ; Listed in ROH as Was appointed
Corporal. Was in the chief service of the Regiment & was slightly wounded
in one of their engagements. Went, sick, into one of the Hospitals in NC
and died there. Listed in the ORS as Hiram Scott, Age 28. Listed in the ORS
as discharged, but may have been too injured to return home & died in a
hospital there? ; 4/7/65; ; SCOTT; Austin; ; Mary; ; ; 1842; VA

SIMPSON, Thomas Henry; 25; 5th USCI; G & H; PVT; Wounded on 29 Sep 1864 at
Deep Bottom/New Market Heights, VA by a gunshot to the left side thorax &
Wounded again at unknown location Abt. 30 Jan 1865 & Wounded a 3rd time on
20 Feb 1865 at Wilmington, NC; Enlisted on 16 Aug 1864 in Wesley Twp.;
Mustered out on 22 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on expiration of term of
service; Mt. Liberty Cemetery; Also listed as Thomas H. Sampson. After his
wounding, he was transferred to DeCamp Gaul Hospital at David's Island, NY
on 8 Oct 1864, Clinch Hill, VA on 29 Sep 1864 & returned to duty on 4 Jan
1865. He entered the Point of Rocks, VA hospital on 30 Jan 1865 with a
gunshot wound & returned to duty on 3 Feb 1865. He entered the Base
Hospital at Fort Fisher, NC with a wound. Entered Colored Troops Hospital
at Wilmington, NC on 8 Mar 1865 with frosted feet, but returned to duty on
10 Apr 1865. Died at Culter, OH. He was 5'6 tall & a farmer & wagonmaker.;
4/14/13; ; SIMPSON; J.; ; M.; Singer; Lydia Ann; 8/30/1838; Jefferson Co, OH

SIMPSON, William R.; 23; 5th USCI; G; PVT; ; Enlisted on 13 Aug 1864 in
Wesley Twp.; Mustered out on 22 Aug 1865 at New Berne, NC on expiration of
term of service; Mt. Liberty Cemetery; Listed in the ORS as Age 21. Listed
as 5'8-1/4 tall & a carpenter.; ; ; SIMPSON; J.; ; M.; Single; ; 11/3/1842;
Jefferson Co, OH

SMITH, Emanuel; 25; 27th USCI; D; PVT; ; Enlisted on 4 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 4 Sep 1865 at Wilmington, NC on Expiration of Term of Service; ;
Died at 2812 Preston St, Cincinnati, OH. Listed as 5'8 tall & a free negro.
Brother of Jacob Smith of Harmar. ; 3/24/04; Cerebral Concussion; SMITH; ;
; ; (Bunch) Epps; Mary Ann; Abt. 1839; Petersburg, VA

SMITH, Jacob; 20; 27th USCI; D; PVT; ; Enlisted on 4 Aug 1864; Mustered out
in Sep 1865 on Expiration of Term of Service; ; Brother of Emanuel Smith.
Stated he was the servant of Col. Benjamin D. Fearing, 92nd OVI & was with
him & his regiment in the field for the 2 years preceeding his enlistement
in the 27th USCI.; 3/27/23; ; SMITH; ; ; ; Scott; Frances Fannie;
12/25/1843; Richmond, Henrico Co, VA

SOLOMON, Isaac; 19; 27th USCI; G; PVT; Wounded in Feb 1865 on Sugar Loaf
Hill in the Battle of Fort Fisher, NC with a wound in the forehead above
the right eye between the eyebrows, causing a 3/4 scar; Enlisted on 6 Aug
1864; Discharged on 8 May 1865 at Baltimore, MD by Order of the War
Department; Oak Grove Cemetery; ; 1/9/08; Cancer; SOLOMON; ; ; ; Wooten;
Elizabeth; Abt. 1845; Newell's Run, Newport Twp.

STEVENS, Sylvester; ; 4th USCI; D; PVT; ; Enlisted on 2 Sep 1864 in Decatur
Twp.; Mustered out on 4 Sep 1865 at New Bern, NC on Expiration of Term of
Service; ; Died at Bartlett, OH. Listed as 5'6 tall.; 7/11/1890; ; STEVENS;
; ; ; Unknown/Newman; Nancy/Elizabeth; ; Washington Co, OH

STILL, Thomas; 38; 5th USCI; K; PVT; Missing in Action; Enlisted on 16 Aug
1864 in Wesley Twp.; Discharged on 26 Jun 1865 at Goldsboro, NC; Barnett
Ridge Cemetery; Listed as a colored soldier in a white unit, 1st OVC, Co.
L, Pvt. Listed as Missing in Action, but may have just left the 1st OVC to
join the 5th USCI? Died at Vincent, OH.; 3/4/18; ; STILL; ; ; ; Shaffer;
Harriet Hiltie; Abt. 1826

STONAKER, Randall T.; 29; 27th USCI; I; CPL; ; Enlisted on 31 Aug 1864;
Mustered out on 21 Sep 1865 with his company; Woodlawn Cemetery,
Zanesville, Muskingum Co, OH; Listed in 1860 Watertown census as black.
Listed in ORS as Age 20. Listed as 5'11 tall.; 2/25/18; ; STONAKER; ; ; ;
Stevens; Jane; 12/24/1837; Barbour Co, WV

STRIBLIN, Charles; 19; 27th USCI; F; SGT; ; Enlisted on 19 Feb 1864;
Mustered out on 21 Sep 1865 with his company; Barnett Ridge Cemetery;
Member & photo with Barlow Post 434 GAR. Resident of Dunham Twp. in 1910 &
listed as black. Appointed on 16 Apr 1864 as Cpl & on 6 May 1864 as Sgt.
Listed as 5'10 tall.; 9/24/14; ; STRIBLIN; ; ; ; Barnett; Alice;
10/14/1844; Loudoun Co, VA

TABLER, James E.; 29; 27th USCI; I; PVT; ; Enlisted on 5 Jul 1864 at Big
Run, Athens Co, OH; Mustered out on 21 Sep 1865 with his company; ; Listed
as 5'8 tall & a farmer.; 4/18/1874; ; TABLER; ; ; Ruth; ; ; 12/15/1843;
Athens Co, OH

TABLER, Jesse; 25; 5th USCI; C; PVT; ; Enlisted on 15 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 29 Aug 1865 at New Bern, NC on Expiration of Term of Service; ;
Listed as 5'4 tall; 10/15/00; ; TABLER; ; ; ; ; Edna Catherine; Abt. 1839

TABLER, Thomas Jefferson; 17; 27th USCI; I; PVT; ; Enlisted on 2 Aug 1864
at Marietta, OH; Mustered out on 4 Sep 1865 on Expiration of Term of
Service; ; Listed as 5'4-1/2 tall & died at 433 Highland, Columbus, OH.;
9/17/22; Stomach Cancer; TABLER; ; ; ; Driggs; Jane; 1848; Athens Co, OH

TATE; John; 40; 5th USCI; G; PVT; Died on 15 Jun 1865 at Goldsboro, NC in
Hospital of diarrhea; Enlisted on 23 Aug 1864 in Wesley Twp.; ; ; Listed in
Decatur Twp. ROH as belonging to Wesley Twp. He was in some actions & died.
Listed in Ben Bain's Multiracial series as a free person of color. Listed
in the ORS as Died on 16 Jun 1865.; 6/15/1865; Diarrhea; TATE; ; ; ;
Harrison; Emily; Abt. 1823; VA

TAYLOR, Douglas; 22; 16th USCI; I; PVT; ; Enlisted on 20 Feb 1865; ;
Rockland Cemetery; ; ; ; TAYLOR; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1843

TAYLOR, Henry; 16; ; USN; USS Choctaw; LANDSMAN; ; Enlisted on 5 Apr 1863
in St. Louis, MO; ; ; He was born in Marietta. He was a farmer. Listed as
5'4 tall & still serving on USS Choctaw on 31 Mar 1864. Listed as a colored
soldier.; ; ; TAYLOR; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1847

THOMAS, Esquire; 23; 27th USCI; F; PVT; ; Enlisted on 9 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 4 Sep 1865 on Expiration of Term of Service; Rockland Cemetery; Also
listed as Squire Thomas.; ; ; THOMAS; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1841

TYLER, James; 124th USCI; E; SGT; ; Enlisted on 15 Jan 1865; Discharged
on 24 Oct 1865; Rockland Cemetery; He went by the alias of William
Clendenin. Mustered in at Lexington, KY.; ; ; TYLER

WEST, William; 21; 5th USCI; F; CPL; ; Enlisted on 31 Aug 1863; Mustered
out on 20 Sep 1865 with his company; ; Appointed Cpl on 11 Aug 1865.; ; ;
WEST; ; ; ; ; ; Abt. 1842

WHITFIELD, James L;  27th USCI; B; CPL; ; Enlisted on 2 Aug 1864; Mustered
out on 2 Aug 1865 on Expiration of Term of Service; ; ; ; ; WHITFIELD

 


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