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GRANDVIEW TOWNSHIP

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Name:  Armstrong, Robert

Unit & Rank:  116th, Co. D

Death: 

Cause/Notes:  Killed in service

Addenda - Armstrong, Robert (Grandview Twp.)  Enlisted as a Corporal on Aug. 22, 1862, age 41.  Enlisted in Co. D, 116th OVI on 9/18/1862.  POW on June 15, 1863 at Winchester, VA., paroled.  Exchanged on Oct. 9, 1863.  Killed on June 5, 1864 in Piedmont, VA.

 

Name:  Barber, J. Daubigne

Unit & Rank:  2nd Virginia Cavalry, Co. C   1st. Lieut.

Death:  July 27, 1864   near Winchester

Cause/Notes:  Killed in action

 

Name:  Barnes, Vachel Hall

Unit & Rank:  92nd Co. G.  Corporal

Death: 

Cause/Notes:  

Addenda - BARNES, Vashel Hall  (Grandview Twp.)  POW on Sept. 20, 1863 at Chickamauga, GA.  Died as a prisoner on July 9, 1864 in Andersonville, GA.  (American Civil War Database)   V. H. BARNES died at Andersonville Prison on July 09 of Diarrhea. Grave # 3053.   According to the Prisoners Records on the Civil War Soldiers & Sailor System, he is

listed as Corporal V. H. Barnes. Captured at Chickamauga, GA. on September 20, 1863. Does not state if he died there.

 

Name:  Barnhart, Chester

Unit & Rank:  7th Virginia   Private

Death:  Cold Harber, Virginia

Cause/Notes:  Killed in action

 

Name:  Barnhart, James William

Unit & Rank:  7th Virginia   Private

Death: 

Cause/Notes:   Killed

 

Name:  Biddle, Perry

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co., I   Private

Death:  Dec. 14, 1863

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - BIDDLE, Perry  (Grandview Twp.)  Died in Little Rock, AR. Buried in Section 2 Site 1307 at Little Rock National Cemetery in Little Rock, AR.

 

Name:  Broadright, Henry

Unit & Rank:  2nd Virginia Cavalry, Co. I   Corporal

Death: 

Cause/Notes: 

 

Name:  Carroll, George

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. C   Private

Death:  Oct. 4, 1862

Cause/Notes: 

 

Name:  Cooper, John

Unit & Rank:  92nd, Co. H   Private

Death: 

Cause/Notes:  Killed in service

 

Name:  Dye, James

Unit & Rank:  194th, Co. I   Private

Death: 

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - DYE, James  (Grandview Twp.)  Died of disease on March 30, 1865 in Frederick, MD.

 

Name:  Easthorn, John J.

Unit & Rank:  25th, Co. B   Private

Death:  1862  Cross Keys, Virginia

Cause/Notes: Mortally wounded in battle

 

Name:  Eddy, Alpheus

Unit & Rank:  1st. Light Artillary, Co. K   Private

Death:  1864

Cause/Notes:  

 

Name:  Eoffle, Lander

Unit & Rank:  116th, Co. C   Private

Death:  Sept. 1864   Cumberland, Maryland

Cause/Notes:  Shot in hospital

 

Name:  Ferguson, James S.

Unit & Rank:  77th, co. C.   Private   Apr. 20, 1864

Death: 

Cause/Notes:   

 

Name: Ferguson, Thomas

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. C   Private

Death: 

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - FERGUSON, Thomas  (Grandview Twp.)  Middle intial "H".  Was promoted to full Corporal on Dec. 10, 1861.  Died as a prisoner on August 7, 1862 in Macon, GA. 

 

Name:  Filley, Buell

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. D

Death:  Apr. 23, 1865   Natchez, Mississippi

Cause/Notes:  Diarrhea

 

Name:  Grey, William

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. C   Private

Death:  June 6, 1864   Little Rock, Arkansas

Cause/Notes:  Fifteen years old.  Buried at Little Rock National Cemetery

 

Name:  Jarvis, John E.

Unit & Rank:  59th, Co. A   Private

Death: 

Cause/Notes:  Killed

 

Name:  Jones, Johiel

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. C   Private

Death:  June 27, 1864

Cause/Notes:  Shot himself

 

Name:  Keigley, Jacob

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. C   Private

Death:  Dec. 14, 1862   Alton, Illinois

Cause/Notes: 

 

Name:  Landy, Alvy William

Unit & Rank:  39th, Co. B

Death:  Apr. 8, 1862  Chattanooga, Tenn.

Cause/Notes:  Killed

 

Name:  McWilliams, Lewis H.

Unit & Rank:  118th, Co. C   Private

Death:  Oct. 1, 1864   Columbus, Ohio

Cause/Notes:  Fever

 

Name:  Meeks, Gideon

Unit & Rank: 

Death: 

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - MEEKS, GIDEON  (Grandview Twp.)  Gideon Meeks died 18 Nov 1863 and was buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery.  He was killed in the Battle of Missionary Ridge as a Private, Company H., 92nd Ohio Infantry. [D. Nitsche]

     I believe Grandview Township was his residence, as he married there and his parents lived there (Bazil Meeks and Mary Gray Meeks).  In her later years, Mary Gray Meeks spoke often of her amazement and pride - her father served in the Revolution (and was the last veteran of that war to die in Ohio) and her son served in the Civil War. ----Submitted by Nina Ronshausen

 

Name:  Poole, James Jackson

Unit & Rank:  7th Virginia, Co. D   Private

Death:  1862   Antietam

Cause/Notes:  Killed

 

Name:  Ramsay, Joseph

Unit & Rank:  45th, Co. C 

Death: 

Cause/Notes:  Died in prison

Addenda - RAMSAY, Joseph  (Grandview Twp)  Williams' History misspelled the last Name. Should be "RAMSEY"  Middle intial: "K". In Co. H (Not C) (American Civil War & CW Soldiers & Sailors System Databases)  Was promoted to full Corporal about Oct. 15, 1862.  POW on Oct. 20, 1863 at Philadelphia, TN.  Died as a prisoner on Feb. 15, 1864 in Richmond, VA.

 

Name:  Sanford, John

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. C

Death: 

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - SANFORD, John  (Grandview Twp.)  Williams History has the date of enlistment as Aug. 26, 1861.  Enlisted Oct. 5, 1861 as a Sergeant, age 43, Co. C 77th OVI.  Killed on Apr. 6, 1862 in Shiloh, TN. 
Captain Mason's letter: Battle of Shiloh

 

Name:  Thorp, Isaiah

Unit & Rank:  92nd, Co. H   Private

Death:  Sept. 19, 1863   Chattanooga

Cause/Notes:  Killed

 

Name:  Thompson, Orville

Unit & Rank:  2nd Virginia Cavalry, Co. C   Private

Death:  Nov. 25, 1863

Cause/Notes:  Discharged for disablility

 

Name:  Trimble, Francis

Unit & Rank:  1st Light Artillary, Co. K   Private

Death:  May 22, 1864

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - TRIMBLE, Francis (Grandview Twp.)  Died in Bridgeport, AL.  Buried in Section H. Site 10911 at Chattanooga National Cem. in Tennessee.

 

Name:  Ullom, Sylvanus

Unit & Rank:  25th, Co B & C   Private

Death: 

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - ULLOM, Sylvanus  (Grandview Twp.)  Williams' History has the date of enlistment as May 1861.  Enlistment June 10, 1861 as a Private in Co. B. 25th OVI.  Transfered to Co. C on Mar. 10, 1864.  Mustered out in Columbus, Ohio on June 18, 1866.

 

Name:  Watson, Willaim

Unit & Rank:  7th Virginia, Co D   Corporal

Death:  Apr. 1, 1862  Died at home

Cause/Notes: 

 



HARMAR TOWNSHIP
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Name:  Adams, Horatio N.

Unit & Rank:  92nd, Co. G   Private

Death:  Jan. 27, 1863   Gallipolis [Ohio]

Cause/Notes:  Dropsy

 

Name:  Childers, Simon

Unit & Rank:  21st Illinois, Co. G  

Death:  Aug. 1, 1862

Cause/Notes:

Addenda - CHILDERS, Simon (Harmar Twp.)  Resident of Sadorus, Illinois.  Enlisted as a Corporal on June 14, 1861.  Died on Aug. 1, 1862.

 

Name:  Davis, Albert A.

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. K   Private

Death:  Apr. 6, 1862   Shiloh

Cause/Notes:  Killed

Addenda - Captain Mason's letter: Battle of Shiloh

 

Name:  Duden, Charles

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. D   Sergeant

Death:  May 1862   Camp Dennison

Cause/Notes:  Typhoid Fever

 

Name:  Eddleston, John C.

Unit & Rank:  1st Virginia Light Artillary, Co. C.   Private

Death:  Oct. 26, 1864   Alexandria, Virginia

Cause/Notes:  Intermittent Fever

 

Name:  Fearing, Francis D.

Unit & Rank:  1st. Light Artillary, Co. C   Private

Death:  Jan. 3, 1863

Cause/Notes:  Typhoid Fever

Addenda - FEARING, Francis D.  (Harmar Twp.)  Died at Falmouth, VA. on Jan. 2, 1863.

 

Name:  Hart, Percival P.

Unit & Rank:  Steamer "Patton"

Death:  June 12, 1863

Cause/Notes:  Honorably discharged for disability in 1863

 

Name:  Hoff, James

Unit & Rank:  13th Ohio Cavalry, Co. A   2nd Sergeant

Death:  July 30, 1864

Cause/Notes:  Also in the 4th OH Cavalry, Co. C.  Mustered out.

 

Name:  Huntsman, Cyrus S.

Unit & Rank:  7th, Cavalry, Co. H

Death: 

Cause/Notes:  Died in service

Addenda - HUNTSMAN, Cyrus S.  (Harmar Twp.)  Died on May 20, 1863 in Harmar, OH.

 

Name:  Ingraham, Ralph

Unit & Rank: 77th, Co. D   Private

Death:  April 2, 1862   Paducah, Kentucky

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - INGRAHAM, Ralph (Harmar Twp.)  No Ralph Ingraham listed in Co. D. 77th OVI.  Found 2 Rathey INGRAM's (Sr. & Jr.) on the Roster for Co. D. 77th OVI.  Rathey INGRAM, Jr. was the one that died on Apr. 3, 1862 at Paducah, KY.  Williams History states DOD as Apr. 2nd., and gives no information about a Rathey, Sr. in Harmar Twp.

 

Name:  McGinty, Michael

Unit & Rank:  73rd, Co. F   Private

Death:  1865   Columbus

Cause/Notes:  Brain Fever

 

Name: Milligan, George

Unit & Rank:  63rd, Co. H   Private

Death:  1864

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - MILLIGAN, George  (Harmar Twp.)  Killed on July 22, 1864 in Decatur, GA.

 

Name:  Scott, John

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co K   Orderly Sergeant

Death:  May 4, 1862

Cause/Notes:  Congestion of the brain.  Was 50 yrs. old when he enlisted in 1861.

 

Name:  Shepard, Courtland Jr.

Unit & Rank:  36th, Co. A

Death:  Sept. 17, 1862   Antietam

Cause/Notes:  Killed

 

Name:  Smith, Henry M.

Unit & Rank:  63rd

Death:  June 26, 1864   Kennesaw Mountian

Cause/Notes:  Killed

 

Name:  Stremple, Charles

Unit & Rank:  18th Battery, Co. B   Private

Death:  April 1862   Kentucky

Cause/Notes: 

Addenda - Williams History states that he was also in the 18th Reg. Co. B.  This may be the same as the 18th Battery as listed above.

 

Name:  Thurman, John

Unit & Rank:  39th, Co. B

Death: 

Cause/Notes:  Died in service

Addenda - THURMAN, John H.   (Harmar Twp.)  Enlisted as a Private at the age of 19.  Died on April 17, 1862 in New Madrid, MO.

 

Name:  Thorniley, Thomas 

Unit & Rank:  1st. Cavalry, Co. I

Death:  Aug. 22, 1864   Nashville, Tennessee

Cause/Notes: 

 

Name:  Whiting, Theodore

Unit & Rank:  11th Virginia, Co. D   Private

Death:  June 3, 1863

Cause/Notes:  Consumption

 

Name:  Young, Daniel S.

Unit & Rank:  77th, Co. K   Private

Death:  Sept. 7, 1863

Cause/Notes:  Never in active service.

Addenda - YOUNG, Daniel S.  (Harmar Twp.)  Williams History states that he was never in active service.  He was promoted to Full Sergeant on Jan. 11, 1862, Co. K, 77th OVI.  Died on Sept. 1, 1863 on  a steamer on the Mississippi River.


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