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WATERTOWN TOWNSHIP


Name: Bidel, Jacob

Unit: 77th, Co. B Private

Death:

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: BIDEL, Jacob (Watertown Twp.) Also listed as Jacob "BEIDIL". Died on September 5, 1863 in a Brownsville, AR hospital. (Also see Jacob Biedle, Union Twp.)



Name: Braham, George W.

Unit: 9th Cavalry, Co. B Private

Death: Aug. 19, 1864 Andersonville

Cause/Notes: Captured at Knoxville on Jan. 25, 1864. confined in Belle Isle and in Andersonville.

Addenda: BRABHAM, George W. (Watertown Twp.) POW on Jan. 9, 1864 at Knoxville TN. Died as a prisoner on August 10, 1864 in Andersonville, GA. Died on Aug. 10th of Scorbutus. Grave # 5219.



Name: Breckenridge, James F.

Unit: 148th, Co. D Private

Death: Sept. 10, 1864 Baltimore, Maryland

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: Breckenridge, James F. (Watertown Twp.) According to the American Civil War Database, there is a James Brieckenridge, that enlisted in the 148th OVI, Co. I (not D as stated in Williams History) He enlisted on May 2, 1864 at the age of 25 yrs. Was mustered out on Sept. 14, 1864 at Camp Marietta, Ohio.



Name: Burris, Francis M.

Unit: 77th, Co. H Private

Death: Apr. 6, 1862 Shiloh

Cause/Notes: Killed



Name: Deming, Edward N.

Unit: 77th, Co. B Private

Death: [probably Mobile, Alabama]

Cause/Notes: Captured at Shiloh. Taken to Mobile and supposed to be dead.

Addenda: DEMING, Edward M. (Waterford Twp.) Listed as ""Edwin". POW on April 8, 1862 at Falling Timber, TN. Died on June 15, 1862 in a southern hospital.



Name: Devore, David A.

Unit: 63rd, Co. D Private

Death: Aug. 20, 1862

Cause/Notes: Honorably discharged on Aug. 13, 1862. Died of Diarrhea

DEVORE, David A. (Watertown Twp.) Recieved a disability discharge on Aug. 12, 1862 in Louisville Ky. According to the Wash. Co. Historical Society's Cemetery Index, David A. Devore was b. 1840, d. 1862. Buried in the Stanley Cem., Watertown Twp. and David A. Devore, b. 1842, d. 1862. Buried in the Waterman Cemetry, Waterford Twp., Washington County, Ohio



Name: Dickerson, Milton H.

Unit: 77th, Co. H Private

Death: June 17, 1863

Cause/Notes: Taken sick just after the Battle of Shiloh.

DICKERSON, Milton H. (Watertown Twp.) American Civil War Database gives this information: Milton enlisted as a private at the age of 18 yrs. on Sept. 28, 1861 with Co. H. 77th OVI.

Died on June 17, 1861 in Camp Dennison, OH (How could he of enlisted AFTER he died?) ERROR!!!! I believe that he died in Camp Dennison, OH but the year of death is most likey 1863.



Name: Gilpin, Jonas

Unit: 63rd, Co. D Private

Death:

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: GILPIN, Jonas (Watertown Twp). Listed as Jonas "SR.". Enlisted as a private on Oct. 1, 1861 at the age of 43. Recieved a disability discharge on May 16, 1862 in Camp Dennison, OH.



Name: Gilpin, Jonas Jr.

Unit: 63rd, Co. D Private

Death: 1862

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: GILPIN, Jonas, Jr. (Watertown Twp.) Enlisted on Oct. 1, 1861 at age 22. Died on May 24, 1863 in Memphis, TN. Buried in Section H. Site 4944 in Memphis National Cemetery.



Name: Gilpin, Joseph

Unit: 63rd Co. I Private

Death: 1865

Cause/Notes: Discharged for disability

Addenda: GILPIN, Joseph (Watertown Twp.) Transferred on Aug. 3, 1865 from Co. H to Co. I of the 62nd OVI. Recieved a disability discharge on July 6, 1863 in Folly Island, SC.



Name: Gilpin, Matthew

Unit: 63rd, D Private

Death: Andersonville

Cause/Notes: Captured and supposed to have died in Andersonville prison.

Addenda: GILPIN, Matthew (Watertown Twp.) Also listed as Matthew "GLIPIN". Was taken as a POW on July 22, 1864 in Atlanta, GA.



Name: Gillmor, Cromwell

Unit: 148th, Co. I Private

Death: 1864 Washington County, Ohio

Cause/Notes: Honorably discharged Sept. 14, 1864. Sick two months. Died three weeks after his return home



Name: Greene, Harvey

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: May 1, 1862 West Virginia

Cause/Notes: Pneumonia

Addenda: Greene, Harvey (Watertown Twp.) Last Name is GREEN. Buried at the Waterman Cemetery, Waterford Twp., Washington County, Ohio



Name: Greene, James P.

Unit: 77th, Co. B 2nd Sergeant

Death: June 1862 Georgia

Cause/Notes: Captured at Shiloh, April 1862. Imprisioned and died in prison hospital.

Addenda: (Greene, James P.) (Watertown Twp.) According to the America CW database, James GREEN enlisted in the 77th OVI, Co. B on Nov. 22, 1861 at the age of 24. He was promoted to Full Sergeant on Dec. 2, 1861. He died of disease as a POW on June 16, 1862 at Macon, GA.



Name: Hootsel, Peter

Unit: 77th, Co. B Private

Death: Camp Ford

Cause/Notes: Died in prison.

HOOTSEL, Peter (Watertown Twp.) American Civil War Database: Enlisted as Peter "HUTZELL" Was POW at Mark's Mills, AR. on April 25, 1861. Died as a prisoner on Jan. 11, 1865 in Tyler, TX. Peter Hutzell, pvt, Co. B, 77th OVI is buried in Section A. Site 825 in Alexandria National Cemetery in Pineville, LA. The National Veterans Administration gives his DOD as

Jan. 11, 1865.



Name: Hootsel, Frank

Unit: 92nd, Co. F

Death:

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Name: Humiston, Charles

Unit: 148th, Co. I Private

Death: 1864

Cause/Notes: Measles

Addenda: Humiston, Charles (Watertown Twp.) Died on June 28, 1864 at Point of Rocks, Virginia.



Name: Mellor, Thomas

Unit: 36th, Co. D Private

Death: July 8, 1862

Cause/Notes:



Name: Micham, William M

Unit: 63rd, Co. D Private

Death:

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Name: Morris, Elwood

Unit: 77th, Co. D Private

Death: Oct. 1862

Cause/Notes: Honorably discharged for disability. Died one month after his brother.

Addenda: MORRIS, Elwood (Watertown Twp.) Recieved his disablility discharge on Aug. 19, 1862 in St. Louis, MO.



Name: Morris, Elza

Unit: 77th, Co. D Private

Death: Sept. 16, 1862

Cause/Notes: Fever

Addenda: MORRIS, Elza (Watertown Twp.) Was in Co. B, 77th OVI (Not Co. D as stated in Williams History.Died in Alton, Illinois.



Name: McNeal, Cromwell

Unit: 41st Illinois Assistant Surgeon

Death: June 11, 1862

Cause/Notes: Attacked with measles. Before full recovery was overdown by excessive labor at his post and died.



Name: Newbanks, Alfred D.

Unit: 77th, Co. B Private

Death: Jan. 19, 1862 Camp Putnam [Marietta, Ohio]

Cause/Notes: Measles and pneumonia



Name: Neason, John

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: 1865 Andersonville

Cause/Notes: Died of a wound.

Addenda: NEASON, John (Watertown Twp.) Died as a prisoner on Aug. 6, 1864 in Andersonville, GA. Buried in Section H, Site 11874 in Andersonville Cemetery in TN.



Name: Peter, Philip

Unit: 77th, Co. D Sergeant

Death: Jan. 8, 1865 Near Camp Ford

Cause/Notes: Captured on April 25, 1864. Imprisoned at Camp Ford. Died in prison hospital.



Name: Proctor, Alfred

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: Mar. 21, 1864

Cause/Notes: Measles

Addenda: PROCTOR, ALFRED (Watertown Twp.) Listed as Alfred "PRIEST" Enlisted as a private on Feb. 8, 1864 at the age of 20 with Co. D, 76th OVI. Died on March 20, 1864 in a Madison, Indiana hospital. He is buried in Section B, Site 956 in the New Albany National Cemetery in Indiana.



Name: Rutter, William C.

Unit: 77th, Co. B Private

Death: Sept. 14, 1862 Macon, Georgia

Cause/Notes: Captured at Shiloh. Died in prison of disease caused by privation and bad usage.



Name: Remely, John L.

Unit: 1st Cavalry, Co. L Private

Death: Oct. 1, 1862

Cause/Notes: Buried near Fort Blair, Kentucky



Name: Schwartzcup, Adam

Unit: 28th Private

Death: 1862 Bull Run, Virginia

Cause/Notes: Died in hospital



Name: Steber, Adam

Unit: 36th, Co. B Private

Death: July 4, 1863

Cause/Notes: Erysipelas



Name: Waterman Charles L.

Unit: 148th, Co. I Private

Death: July 23, 1864

Cause/Notes: Taken sick at Bermuda Hundred. Died of Camp Fever. Also Sergeant in the 4th, Virginia Cavalry, Co. D. Mustered out.

Addenda: WATERMAN, Charles L. (Watertown Twp.) Died on July 24, 1864 in Fort Monroe, Virginia.



Name: Waterman, Ralph O.

Unit: 63rd, Co. F Private

Death: Jackson, Tennessee

Cause/Notes:



Name: Wells, Ira

Unit: 77th, Co. D Private

Death:

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: WELLS, Ira (Watertown Twp.) Received a disability discharge on September 26, 1862 in Alton, Illinois.



Name: Wolcott, Lewis

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: Dec. 1, 1861 Summerville

Cause/Notes: Died in hospital.



Name: Woodruff, Mark

Unit: 77th, Co. G Corporal

Death: Near Mark's Mills

Cause/Notes: Wounded twice. Captured at Mark's Mills. Taken sick and died on the journey. He was also a Private in the 7th Missouri Cavalry. Discharged.

Addenda: WOODRUFF, Mark (Watertown Twp.) Received his disability discharge with Co. D of the 77th OVI on August 1, 1865 in Clarksville, TX.





WESLEY TOWNSHIP

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Name: Bachelor, Alexander

Unit: 92nd, Co. G Private

Death: Dec. 19, 1964

Cause/Notes: Wounded at Chattanooga & Franklin Tennessee. Captured and died in hospital.

Addenda: BACHELOR, Alexander (Wesley Twp.) He was wounded twice before he died. First on May 26, 1864 at Dallas, GA. Second time on Nov. 30, 1864 at Franklin, TN. Died of wounds on Dec. 19, 1864 in Franklin, TN.



Name: Barnes, Lewis H.

Unit: 36th, Co. B Private

Death: Oct. 26, 1864 Annopolis, Maryland

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: Barnes, Lewis (Wesley Twp.) American CW Soldiers Database states that he enlisted on Mar. 31, 1864 at the age of 18. Died from wounds on Nov. 18, 1864. Database does not say where he died.



Name: Callahan, George E.

Unit: 99th, Co. G Private

Death: Mar. 6, 1863 Carthage, Tennessee

Cause/Notes:



Name: Coler, George M.

Unit: 148th, Co. D Private

Death: Aug. 20, 1864 City Point

Cause/Notes: Camp Disease



Name: Coler, Felix W.

Unit: 148th, Co. D Private

Death: Aug. 28, 1865

Cause/Notes: Congestion of the lungs.

Addenda: COLER, Felix W. (Wesley Twp.) Died of disease Aug. 30, 1864 at Potomac River.



Name: Grosvenor, David

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: Dec. 29, 1863

Cause/Notes: Wounded at Mission Ridge. Died from effects of wound.

Addenda: GROSVENOR, David (Wesley Twp.) Died of wounds on Dec. 29, 1863 in Chattanooga, TN.



Name: Hanies, Charles L.

Unit: 73rd, Co. F Private

Death: Mar. 1864 Chattanooga

Cause/Notes: Measles

Addenda: HAINES, Charles L. (Wesley Twp.) American Civil War Database: Charles L. Haines of Co. F, 73rd OVI was mustered out on July 20, 1865 in Louisville KY., However he is buried in Section C., Site 1490 in Chattanooga National Cemetery in Tennessee. The Veterans Administration gives his DOD as March 7, 1864.



Name: Hanies, Nathaniel A.

Unit: 148th, Co. D Private

Death: May 21, 1864 Near Marietta, Ohio

Cause/Notes: Ceized a cramp while bathing and drowned.

Addenda: HANIES, Nathaniel A. (Wesley Twp.) Drowned near Marietta, Ohio.



Name: Heald, Nathan

Unit: 73rd, Co. F Private

Death: July 4, 1863

Cause/Notes: Wounded in battle of Gettysburg on July 2, 1863

Addenda: HEALD, Nathan (Wesley Twp.) Wounded in the arm and chest at Gettysburg, PA. on July 2, 1863. Died of wounds the next day in Gettysburg.



Name: Hopson, Thomas

Unit: 92nd, Co. G Private

Death: Feb. 22, 1863 In a prison at Danville

Cause/Notes: Died while aiding Lieutenant Meril, was captured, parolled for nine days, but stayed to assist the wounded and died.

HOBSON, Thomas C. (Wesley Twp.) Was POW on Sept. 20, 1863 in Chickamauga, GA. Died as a prisoner on Feb. 24, 1864 in Danville, VA.



Name: Julier, D. Alonzo

Unit: 18th, Co. F

Death: Mar. 29, 1862 Nashville, Tennessee

Cause/Notes: Typhoid Fever

Addenda: JULIER, D. Alonzo (Wesley Twp.) Don A. Julier is buried in Secion A, Site 4034 in the Nashville National Cemetery in South Madison, Tennessee.



Name: Kester, Aaron M.

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: Dec. 7, 1863 Washington Co., Ohio

Cause/Notes: Died while home of furlough.



Name: Martin, Benjamin

Unit: 77th, Co. D Private

Death: May 2, 1862

Cause/Notes: Died from the effects of wounds recieved at Shiloh, Mar. 6, 1862.

Addenda: MARTIN, Benjamin (Wesley Twp.) Died in a Cincinnati, Ohio hospital.



Name: Morlan, Samuel

Unit: 92nd, Co. G Orderly Sergeant

Death: May 4, 1863 Carthage, Tennessee

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: MORLAN, Samuel (Wesley Twp.) Promoted to Full 1st Class Sergeant on Apr. 11, 1863. Died on May 30, 1863 in Carthage, TN.



Name: Morris, Nathan

Unit: 73rd, Co. F Private

Death: June 8, 1862 Cross Keys

Cause/Notes: Killed in battle.



Name: Norris, William

Unit: 3rd Colored, Co. C Private

Death: June 15, 1863 Goldsborough, NC

Cause/Notes: Chronic Diarrhea

Addenda: NORRIS, William (Wesley Twp.) A William Norris (from Athens Co.) and William MORRIS, enlisted in Co. C. 5th Colored Reg. (Not 3rd Regiment as stated in Williams History). He died Jan. 7, 1864 in Hampton or Norfolk Virginia.

SCOTT BRITTON RESEARCH: Norris, William M.; 23; 5th US Colored Infantry; C; Pvt; Died on June 15, 1865 at Goldsboro, NC of Chronic Diarrhea; Enlisted on 10 Aug 1864 in Wesley Twp. Discharged on 28 May 1865 at Goldsboro, NC by Order of the War Department; Also listed as 3rd US Colored Infantry, 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



Name: Penrose, Albert

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: probably July 24, 1864 Winchester

Cause/Notes: Missing. Probably killed.

Addenda: PENROSE, Albert (Wesley Twp.) Killed on July 24, 1864 in Winchester, Virginia.



Name: Pewthers, Charles J.

Unit: 2nd Virginia, Co. F Corporal

Death: June 22, 1864

Cause/Notes: From explosion of ammunition wagon.

Addenda: PEWTHERS, Charles J. (Wesley Twp.) Civil War Database states that he was injured. No death information.



Name: Price, Jacob L.

Unit: 122nd, Co. C Private

Death: Oct. 19, 1864

Cause/Notes: Mortally wounded Sept. 19, 1864

Addenda: PRICE, Jacob L. (Wesley Twp.) Enlisted with the middle intial as "Z". Wounded on September 19, 1864 at Opequan, Virginia Died of wounds exactly one month later on October 19, 1864.



Name: Rardin, Leroy L.

Unit: 1st Light Artillary, Co. K Private

Death: May 1862 Franklin

Cause/Notes: Died in hospital of fever. Was cannoneer.

Addenda: RARDIN, Leroy L. (Wesley Twp.) Listed as "LEROY S. REARDEN" in the American Civil War Database. Co. Battery K, 1st Light Artillery Ohio Regiment. Died on Feb. 1, 1863 in Cumberland, Maryland.



Name: Read, Stephen W.

Unit: 1st Cavalry, Co. L

Death: Jan 1862 Louisville

Cause/Notes: Typhoid fever

Addenda: READ, Stephen W. (Wesley Twp.) Listed as Stephen W. "REED" Died on January 3, 1862. Place of death is not mentioned.



Name: Sheets, Harrison

Unit: 18th, Co. F

Death: Jan. 2, 1863 Stone River

Cause/Notes: Killed

Addenda: SHEETS, Harrison (Wesley Twp.) Listed with the middle intial "H". Killed Jan. 2, 1863 at Stones River, Tennessee.



Name: Shinn, James

Unit: 122nd, Co. C Private

Death: 1864

Cause/Notes: Died at the Battle of the Wilderness

Addenda: SHINN, James H. (Wesley Twp.) Civil War database has his middle intial as "A". Killed on May 5, 1864 in Wilderness, Virginia.



Name: Sivill, Nathan

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: Feb. 8, 1862

Cause/Notes: Measles & Typhoid fever



Name: Slotterback, Joseph

Unit: 77th, Co. F Private

Death: June 29, 1864 In prison at Tyler, Texas

Cause/Notes: Captured at Mark's Mills on April 24th.

Addenda: SLOTTERBACK, Joseph (Wesley Twp.) See Addenda for Henry Slotterback.



Name: Slotterback, Henry

Unit: 77th, Co. F Private

Death: July 6, 1864

Cause/Notes: Typhoid Fever

Addenda: SLOTTERBACK, Henry (Wesley Twp.) There was no Henry listed in the Roster of Co. F. 77th OVI database. The only Slotterback listed in the 77th OVI is SAMUEL. AKA JOSEPH SLOTTERBECK. Henry and Joseph is possibly the same person.?????



Name: Smith, Josiah

Unit: 2nd Virginia Cavalry, Co H Private

Death:

Cause/Notes: Captured and supposed to have died in prison.

Addenda: SMITH, Josiah (Wesley Twp.) Enlisted as Jonah Smith. A POW on July 5, 1863 at Wytheville,Virginia. No further record.



Name: Still, Thomas (NOT IN WILLIAMS HISTORY)

Unit:

Death:

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: STILL, Thomas (Wesley Twp.) SCOTT BRITTON'S RESEARCH: Still, Thomas; 38; 5th US Colored Infantry; 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 1sty OVC to join the 5th USCI? Died at Vincent, Ohio; 3/4/18; STILL; Shaffer; Harriet Hiltie; Abt. 1826 === The American CW Soldiers database has a Thomas Still but this one was in Co. A, 24 USCI, in which he was mustered out on Oct. 1, 1865.



Name: Stoneman, John

Unit: 77th, Co F Private

Death: 1862 Pittsburgh Landing

Cause/Notes: Killed

Addenda: STONEMAN, John (Wesley Twp.) Killed on April 6, 1862 in Shiloh (aka Pittsburgh Landing), Tennessee. Cap Mason's Letter: The Battle of Shiloh



Name: Taylor, David

Unit: 73rd, Co. F Private

Death: Apr. 11, 1862 Washington Co., Ohio

Cause/Notes: Honorably discharged on Feb. 11th for disability. Died at home.



Name: Tate, John

Unit: 5th, Co. G

Death:

Cause/Notes:

Addenda: TATE, John (Wesley Twp.) Killed on September 19, 1863 in Chickamaugh, GA. According to the US Colored Troops Military Service Records, 1861-1865, John Tate was born in Rome, Virginia, Enlisted in 1864 with the 5th US Colored Infantry at Marietta, Ohio.

SCOTT BRITTON'S RESEARCH: Tate, John; 40; 5th US Colored Infantry; Pvt; Died 15 June 15, 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; 6/15/65; Diarrhea; TATE; Harrison; Emily; Abt. 1823; VA



Name: Way, Samuel

Unit: 92nd, Co A Private

Death: Mar. 20, 1863 Carthage

Cause/Notes:



Name: Wilson, James M.

Unit: 63rd, Co. G Corporal

Death: Sept. 1864 Atlanta, Georgia

Cause/Notes: Camp Disease

Addenda: WILSON, James M. (Wesley Twp.) Died on October 27, 1864 in Atlanta, GA.



Name: Wilson, Jacob B.

Unit: 17th, Co. H Private

Death: 1863 Chickmauga(?)

Cause/Notes: Supposed to have been killed at Chickamauga

Addenda: WILSON, Jacob B. (Wesley Twp.) Civil War database lists him as missing on September 20, 1863 at Chickamauga, GA.



Name: Wilson, Harmaon T.

Unit: 36th, Co. F Private

Death: Sept. 1864 Berryville

Cause/Notes: Killed




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