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Company B of the 120th OVI
Arranged alphabetically regardless of rank
Majority signed for 3 years.
There are 116 names on this list.

Date beside name is date of Entering the Service and the
information about service is taken from Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio, 1888, Vol 8

The county where they seem to be living at the time of entering the service is in the right hand corner.
Those who died in service are marked with a
red *.
For more on Camp Ford where the Snaggy Point captives were held, see history section and links.

 

The following Muster Roll records can be found at:  openlibrary.org
[Researcher's annotations in brackets]
[PDF Map of place names]

Captain R. M. Brayton.  Co B 120th Regt Ohio Inf.  Commanded by Daniel French.   [Brayton resigned 14 Jan 1863; Henry Eberhart became Captain]

Company B Muster Roll Oct 15 to 31, 1862  shows station of company, at Barracks near Covington KY

Company left camp Mansfield on the 25th day of October 1862 and arrived at Barracks near Covington KY October 26, 1862 by Rail way.
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Nov and Dec 1862 shows station of company, Battlefield near Chicasaw Bluff
Record of events:  Company B left Covington Barracks with the Reg on the 21st day of Nov 1862 and went on board the steamer Fort Wayne bound for Memphis Tenn.Arrived at that place Dec 7, 1862 and camped there until the 20th day of Dec, 1862 when we sailed on board the Key West  ??? for Vicksburgh Mississippi.  we arrived at the mouth of the Yazoo River Dec ?24 and landed about 10 miles up the Yazoo river Dec 26.  On Sunday the 28th the Reg. was ordered to storm a battery and became engaged with the enemy  -  had none either killed or wounded.  On Monday - Tuesday Dec 29 and 30 the Co. skirmished.  The Co. behaved very well during the engagement.  [Key West possibly he steam ship on this page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Key_West_%281862%29]
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Jan and Feb, 1863  shows station of company, Young Point, La
Co B left the battlefield near Vicksburgh with the Reg Jan ?1st.  Went aboard the steamer Key West.  Left the mouth of the Yazoo river Jan ?? and proceeded up the Mississippi river until we came opposite the White River where we stopped Jan 8.  Jan ?? started up the White river and when within 2 miles of Arkansas Post we halted, disembarked and proceeded within one mile of the fort Jan 10.  Jan 11  -  1? o'clock P.M. we became engaged with the enemy which lasted until 4 'clock PM and closed in the surrender of the fort.  Co B went on board the steamer Crescent City Jan 15 and 17 started down the river and arrived at Youngs Point La, Jan 22 at which place we went into camp Jan 20, '63.
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Apr 10 1863 shows station of company, at Smiths Plantation La
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Mch and Apr 1863 shows station of company, in the field.
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May and June 1863 shows station of company, June 30, 1863 Nr Big Black River, Miss.
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July and Aug 1863   shows station of company, 31 Aug, 1863 Carleton La.
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Sept and Oct 1863   shows station of company, Oct 31, 1863 New Iberia, La.
Record of Events:  Regiment left Carrolton [near New Orleans] La Sept 5; crossed the river to Algiers [area of New Orleans on the west bank of the Mississippi] taking the train and landing at bayou Boeuf [just south of Lac des Allemands] on the 6th.  Remained at bayou Boeuf until the morning of the 11th.  from there we marched to Brashear City, La, taking qrs. and remaining until the 25 of Apr, at which time we crossed Berswick bay and remained there until the 3rd day of Oct.  On the 3rd we took up our line of march in the direction of Franklin, reached Camp Becthel about one o'clock P. M.  Bivouaced for the night, again took up our line of march on the morning of the 4th.  passed through most beautiful country abounding with oranges, and the country being well improved and roads good our army seemed to manifest a taste for marching; passed through Centerville reaching Franklin about 2 o'clock P. M.
On the 5th we again took up the line of march and continued until about one oclock, when we halted and bivouaced for the night and in the morning of the 6th.  started again reaching New Iberia about 3 oclock.  Remained at Iberia until the 9th, when we again took up the line of march, passing through St. Martinsville, a road a little to the right of the main road leading from New Iberia to Vermillionville.  The 19th UC shelled a few rebs in Vermillion.  we halted 4 miles north of St. Martinsville until the morning of the 10th, when we again moved forward reaching Vermillion about one P. M.  Remained there until the 21st??? when we took up our line of march for Opelousas, rain pouring down in torrents, reached a small bayou by sun set, and bivouaced for the night.  Next morning again started out, marching into camp near Opelousas on the 24.  Remained here until the 7th? of Oct when our forces were turned rearward and teams and men of the 13 U.C. were ??? ??? Brashears, reached halfway bayou on the evening of the 27th,  remained there until the morning of the 29th, when we started for Vermillionville passing through the town and encamping by the bayou.  On the 30th we started for this place reaching it yesterday about one o'clock.
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Nov and Dec, 1863   shows station of company, at Plaquemine, La.
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Jan and Feb, 1864   shows station of company, at Plaquemine, La.
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Mch and Apr, 1864   Apr 30, 1864 shows station of company, at Baton Rouge, La.
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May and June, 1864  June 30, 1864  shows station of company, at Morganza, La.  
Record of events:  On the 1st day of May 1864 the 120th Regt. O.V.I. received orders to embark for Alexandria La on board the steamer "city Blelle" [City Belle] which orders were promptly obeyed by Col. Marcus M. Speigel commandant 120th OVI when within 30 miles of Alexandria May 3rd the boat was attacked by the enemy who opened upon the boat with a five gun battery, immediately disabling the boat, killing the Col. and many of the men.  Only 164 of the Regt succeeded in making their escape.  All Books, Returns, Rolls etc on board were destroyed by the enemy.  Arrived at Alexandria May 4.  Left Alexandria May 13th, arrived at this place May 22nd.  
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July and Aug, 1864    Aug. 31, 1864 shows station of company, at Morganza La.
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Sept and Oct., 1864   Oct 31, 1864 shows station of company, at Mouth of White River, Ark.

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 Thanks to Kerry Kimberly for extra help on this Company.

Andrews, David*   10 Aug 1862
Sergeant Andrews, was 29 when he entered service.  He died 3 May 1863 near Vicksburg, Misissippi.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  David Andrews is buried in section E, grave 163 at Vicksburg, Miss.  

Father:  James ANDREWS
Mother:  Levina CARRICK
Birth:  18 June 1833 Monroe Twp Richland Co OH
Marriage:  Single
Death:  3 May 1863, near Vicksburg, MS
Cemetery: Vicksburg, MS  Buried as David "ANDERSON" at Vicksburg, section E 1615.
David Anderson at VicksburgPhoto Credit: William Sanders at Find a Grave

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: Moved from grave yard at Marshal Plantation, Madison Parish, LA. running number 580.  David ANDREWS, Sergt, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 3 May 1863.  Vicksburg [old numbering]section E 163.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: Daniel ANDREWS, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 3 May 1863 at Van buren General Hospital, Milliken's Bend La.    Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Pension Card:  David ANDREWS, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Mother, Lavinia, applied for pension 29 Aug 1863, Application 31475.  No Certificate.

 

A Centennial Biographical History of Richland Co OH, by A. J. Baughman, 1901, pp. 557 - 558:
"James and Lovina (Carrick) Andrews had children as follows, mentioned in the order of their nativity: John G., who lives at Freeport, Michigan; James, who died in 1898; William, who died in 1892; Mary J., who lives at Beaver Dam, Indiana; David, a sergeant in the one Hundred and Twentieth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in the war of the Rebellion, who died at Vicksburg; Joseph, who served in the Civil war in the Sixty-fourth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and now lives at Atchison, Kansas; and Samuel."  Samuel, Sixth Ohio Battery for three years.  

There is an online bio [History of Richland County, Its Past and Present by A A Graham, page 830] of David ANDREW's family at the address below taken from the History of Richland County, Ohio.  It states that David was the son of James and Levina [CARSICK] ANDREWS.  He was born 18 June 1833 in Monroe Township, Richland County OH.  His siblings were:  John, James, William, Mary Jane, Joseph and Samuel.  David was not married.  
 http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Richland/RichlandMonroe.htm

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 70, Family 70:  James ANDREWS, age 53 PA, farmer; Lovina, age 62 PA; William, age 21 OH, farmer; Mary J, age 19 OH; David, age 18 OH, farmer; Joseph, age 12 OH; Samuel, age 10 OH; George WIGLE, age 28 PA, farmer.  [Parents, FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Harrison County, v. A (1813-1828), p. 175: James ANDREWS and Levina CARRICK of Harrison County were married 21 Feb 1822 by John Rea, VDM. Marriage license issued 15 Feb 1822. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Jane ANDREWS, age 68 PA, manages farm; David, age 25 OH, teaches common school; Joseph, age 22 OH, farmer; Samuel, age 19 OH, farmer.  

Applegate, Harvey   10 Aug 1862
2d Lieutenant Applegate, was age 27 when he entered service.  He was appointed 1st Sergeant from Sergeant 9 Dec 1862; promoted to 2d Lieutenant 15 Mar 1863; transferred to Co. K on 1 Jan 1864.  

Aaron H APPLEGATE, enlisted at Hayesville, Ashland County OH.  

See Company K for family information.

Arehart, Columbus   6 Aug 1862       Christopher Columbus AREHART
Corporal Arehart was 19 when he entered the service.  He was appointed Corporal 1 Feb 1864; transferred to Co E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Christopher Columbus Arehart
Christopher Columbus Arehart: Photo Credit: Judy Farst

Father:  John AREHART
Mother:  Elizabeth SENTLE
Birth:  29 Apr 1843 near Perrysville, Ashland Co OH
Marriage:  Sarah E. YATES
Death:  2 Jan 1931, Richland Co OH
Cemetery: Saint John Cemetery, near Perrysville [Ashland Co], Richland Co OH, near Pleasant Hill Lake Park
Christopher Columbus Arehart at St John Cem. Richland Co OHPhoto Credit: Judy Farst at Find a Grave

Pension index:  Christopher C AREHART, Co E 48th, Co E 114th, Co B 120th Ohio, applied for pension in Ohio in 18 Nov 1889, Application 738657, Certificate 967221. filed in OH.  
Pension Card:  Soldier died 2 Jan 1931 at Lucas, OH.
 

A Centennial Biographical History of Richland Co OH, by A. J. Baughman, 1901, pp 512 - 514:
 Christopher C AREHART, born near Perrysville, Ashland Co OH, 29 Apr 1843.  Enlisted at age 18.  "For a time he was stationed at Covington, Kentucky, and his first engagement was at Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas Post, Arkansas, January 11, 1863.  He also saw service at Thompson's Hill, Mississippi, May 1, 1863; at the siege of Vicksburg, May 18 to July 4, 1863; was appointed corporal May 1, 1864, and fought at Frankfort City, May 3, 1864.  Arriving at Snaggy Point, on the Red river, on the transport City Belle, May 3, 1864, the regiment was captured, with the exception of one hundred.  After the engagement last mentioned his company became Company E, One Hundred and Fourteenth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Captain Henry Eberhart commanding, and Mr. Arehart took part in the fighting at Graham's plantation, May 5 to May 7, 1864; at Prairie Bayou, May 14 to 16; at De Glaise, May 16, 1864; in the siege of Mobile, March 26 to April 8, 1865; and in the warfare at Fort Blakely, April 2 to 9, 1865.  July 24 following he was transferred to Company E, Forty-eighth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was discharged from the service at Houston, Texas, October 4, 1865, and returned to Ashland county, Ohio and was during one term a student at the school at Perrysville.  After that he devoted himself for a time to learning the plasterer's trade, at which he worked for the next seven years, when he engaged in farming in Monroe township, Richland county."
Married Miss Emma YATES, 2 Jan 1870.  Swigart Post, No 116, GAR.  Four children: Lloyd, May, John, and Don.  

1850 Green Township, Ashland County OH:  John AIRHART, age 32 PA, a farmer;  Elisabeth, age 31 PA;  Sarah, age 11 OH;  Columbus, age 6 OH;  Susan, age 3 OH.  

Future wife's family. 1850 Census, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 236, family 236: Joseph YATES, age 29 PA, farmer; Margaret, age 31 PA; Susan E., age 7 OH; Sarah E., age 8 months OH. [FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Richland County, v. 4, p.106: Joseph YATES and Margaret HOSINGER were married 25 Aug 1842 by Rev. G. Wolf. The affidavit for their marriage (v. 6, p. 22) was filed 20 Aug 1842 and bears the signature Joseph YEATS. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1860 Census Green Township, Ashland County OH:  John AREHART, age 42 PA, a farmer;  Eliza, age 39 PA;  Sarah, age 21 OH;  Columbus, age 17 OH;  Susan, age 12 OH;  Martha J, age 8 OH;  Ursala, age 6 OH;  John W, age 4 OH.  

Richland County Probate Court record:  Columbus AREHART married Emiline GATES on 2 Jan 1870 in Richland County OH.  

1870 Census Green Township, Ashland County OH:  Columbus AREHART, age 27 OH, a plasterer;  Sarah E, age 20 OH. They were just married that year according to the census.

FamlySearch, "Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003." John Arehart was born 2 Aug 1878 at Monroe Twp, Richland Co., OH. Father: C.C. AREHART. Mother: Emeline YATES. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 
 

1880 Census, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 269, family 283: Columbus AREHART, age 33 OH, farmer, parents birthplaces blank; Emeline, wife, age 30 OH, father born OH; Lloyd G., son, age 9 OH; May, daughter, age 5 OH; John, son, age 2 OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

FamilySearch, "Ohio, Deaths and Burials,1854-1997," index: Anhart (sic), gender unknown, died 17 Nov 1881 at Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH. Father: C.C. AREHART. Mother: S.E. YEATES. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003." Don AREHART was born 21 Mar 1888 at Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH. Father: C.C. AREHART. Mother: S.E. YATES. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

In the 1890 special census of pensioners:  Line 34, House 114, family 124: Columbus C AREHART, Corporal of Company B, was living in Monroe Township, PO Lucas, Richland County OH.  Disability: diarrhea and rheumatism.

1900 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Columbus AREHART, born Apr 1843 OH, age 57, married 30 yrs, a farmer, parents born PA;  Sarah E, wife, born Dec 1849 OH, age 50, married 30 yrs, 5 children, 4 living, parents born OH;  John, son, born Sep 1878, age 21 OH, single, a farmer;  Don, son, born Mar 1888 OH, age 12.  

1910 Census Monroe, Township, Richland County OH:  Columbus AREHART, age 65 OH, marriage 1, married 40 yrs, no occupation,  parents born PA;  Sarah , wife, age 60 OH, marriage 1, married 40 yrs, 5 children, 3 still living, parents born OH.  

1920 Census, Lucas, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Columbus AREHART, age 76 OH, no occupation, parents born PA;  Sarah, wife, age 70 OH, parents born OH.  
1930 Census, Main St., Village (of) Lucas, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, ED 70-30, sheet 3-B, dwelling 73, family 75: N.C. IRWIN, age 56 OH, laborer, furniture store; May, wife, age 54 OH; C.C. AREHART, boarder, age 87 OH, widow, age 27 at first marriage, no occupation listed, father born PA, mother born US, veteran Civ. War. [May AREHART married N.C. IRVIN 26 Mar 1895. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Online Ohio Death records:  AREHART, Christo C.       Death date: 1/2/1931, Richland County
AREHART, Sarah E.       Death date: 12/30/1923, Richland County  

Wife's Death record in Ohio: File #73785 (1923). Sarah Emaline AREHART, wife of C.C. AREHART, was born 17 Dec 1849 at Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, and died 30 Dec 1923 at Lucas, OH. Her father was Joseph YATORS, and her mother was Elizabeth HASSINGER. Burial at St. John's Cemetery. Informant, C.C. AREHART, Lucas, OH.[Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Death record in Ohio:  Christopher Columbus AREHART, born 29 Apr 1843 in OH.  He was widowed.  Spouse Sarah Yates AREHART. [Her death record says her father was Joseph YATORS] Father John AREHART born Germany.  Mother Elizabeth SENTLE.  Buried in St. John's Cemetery.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio. File #13148 (1941). May IRVIN, widow of Norman C. IRVIN, was born 17 Sep 1875 at Richland Co., OH, and died 28 Feb 1941 at Lucas, OH. Her father, Columbus AREHART, and her mother, Emma YATES, were both born at Richland Co., OH. Burial at Mansfield Cemetery. Informant, Mrs. Walter Swigart, Lucas, OH. [Alverda AREHART SWIGART, wife of Walter SWIGART and daughter of Lloyd AREHART, was May's niece. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

Son's Death record in Ohio. File #19377 (1942). Lloyd AREHART, a resident of Lucas, died 12 Mar 1942 at Mansfield, OH. He was born 21 Aug 1871 at Ashland Co., OH. Husband of Burnetta AREHART. His father, Columbus AREHART, and his mother, Sarah YATES, were both born in Ohio. Burial at Mansfield Cemetery. Informant, George AREHART, Lucas, OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

Barr, David*   12 Aug 1862
Private Barr, was 28 when he entered the service.  He died April 27 1863 at Milliken's Bend Louisiana.
David Barr of Co B 120th OVI is buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  interred in section B, grave 72.

Father: ??Samuel BARR
Mother: ??  Elizabeth Catherine HANDLEY [Ancestry.com]
Birth:  <1833> OH
Marriage:  
Death:  27 Apr 1863 Milliken's Bend LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren Co, MS  Barr, David, d. 27 Apr 1863, Plot: E 1593, Pvt, Civil War, Co B 120th OH
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credits:  Michael Sullivan Sr. at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  David BARR, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 28 Apr 1863 at Van Buren General Hospital, Millikens Bend, LA.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: Original burial at grave yard at Marshal Plantation, Madison Parish, LA.  running number 609.    D BARR, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Died 27 Apr 1863    Vicksburg [old numbering] E 141.

1850 District 127 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Samuel BARR, age 55 PA, a farmer;  Catherine, age 55 PA;  Ester, age 28 PA;  George, age 25 PA, a laborer;  Catherine, age 22 PA;  John, age 20 PA, a farmer;  David, age 17 OH, a farmer;  Jessee [male] age 10 OH.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  John BARR, age 25 PA, a farmer;  Catharine, age 20 OH;  David BARR age 26 PA, day laborer.  Also living there was John SHIRLEY age 14.  

Baughman, George F.*   12 Aug 1862
Private George Baughman, was 21 when he entered service.  He died 24 Mar 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri.  The
Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster says he is buried at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri.  [From the research below, see that his body was returned to Ohio for burial.]

Father:  Aaron BAUGHMAN
Mother:  Katherine SCHRACK
Birth:  1840
Marriage:  Margaret J MORRIS, 1862
Death:  24 Mar 1863 St Louis MO
Cemetery: Jefferson Barracks Cem, St Louis MO [Not on current list for Jefferson Barracks Cem.  His body was brought back to Ohio.]  George F. BAUGHMAN, Pvt US Army, born 23 Jan 1828, died 24 Mar 1863, buried at Olivet Cem on Malabar Farm State Park, 4050 Bromfield Rd, Lucas, OH.  This record is from Department of Veterans Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator.  I am questioning the year of birth, but that is what is on his new stone. [Kerry Kimberly figured out this mystery: Here is my observation regarding the Jan 23, 1828 date of birth that appears on one of the markers for George F. Baughman. The original marker says George Franklin Baughman died 24 Mar 1863, age 23y 1m 28d. The second marker, which appears to me to be a government marker of much more recent issue, says George F. Baughman was born Jan 23 1828. Looking at it another way--literally--we have:
    
original marker:    age     23y    1m    28d
    
gov't marker:        born    23      Jan    1828
It appears to me that the original age at death "morphed" into an erroneous date of birth!
The date of death and age, as they appear on the original marker, would produce a calculated date of birth circa
24 Jan 1840, which is consistent with census records for George. However, the 26 Apr 1840 date of birth offered by another researcher would also be consistent with census records.]

[A family tree at Ancestry.com says that George Franklin BAUGHMAN, buried at Malabar Farm State Park, Schrack Cem, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, was born 26 April 1840, died 24 Mar 1863 at St. Louis MO.]
Photo Credit:  Robert Malone at Find a Grave.  These stones are at Malabar Farm State Park, Richland Co OH, Olivet Cemetery.  [Also called Schrack Cemetery, Mt Olivet Cem, Bromfield Cem,  and Malibar Farm Cem.]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: Geo. F. BAUGHMAN, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Died 24 Mar 1863 at Lawson General Hospital, St. Louis, MO.  Cause: peritonitis.  

Not listed at U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962.

Pension index:  George F BAUGHMAN, B 120th OH Inf.    Widow, Margaret J BAUGHMAN, filed Nov 3 1863, Application 37.488, Certificate 16.842 .  Minor, S McFarland? guardian, filed 1872 Application 203.921; Certificate 159.540.  State not given.

 George's brother:  
Paul Sydney BAUGHMAN, the older brother of George F. BAUGHMAN, served in McLaughlin's Squadron during the Civil War and kept up a pretty regular correspondence with his parents during much of his service. About 1993, more than thirty of his letters were transcribed and compiled into a booklet titled "Well and Hearty at This Time...". Several of the letters mention George Franklin, whom Paul refers to simply as "Frank". One letter includes the following: "I was happy to hear that my Brother had been brought home and properly interred. You must have procured a very beautiful coffin for 35.$. I presume you bought it in St. Louis where such articles are dear. $68.00 was an extorisioning (sic) price to be extracted in my opinion but it was proper to pay it under the then existing circumstances. I wrote to you to use some or all of my money if necessary to bury him, as he richly deserved to be buried in the best of order. You say the whole cost for tomb stones and all was 100.00 dollars. It shurely cost $110.00... [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

History of Richland County, Ohio, from 1808 to 1908: Also Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens of the County, vol 2; S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1908
 Page 1049 Parents Aaron BAUGHMAN and Catherine SCHROCK.  Siblings:  P.S. [Paul] [Co A, McLaughlin's Squadron, Cavalry] [m. Rebecca Peterson]; John; George [the 120th OVI soldier]; Silas [died childhood]; A. P. [Arron]; Solomon; Mrs. Mary Jane ROBINSON; Harriet; Martha [Mrs. Squire WOLF]

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 61, Family 61: Aaron BAUGHMAN, age 38 OH, farmer; Catharine, age 32 PA; Paul, age 13 OH; John, age 11 OH; George F., age 10 OH; Mary J. BAUGHMAN, age 48 OH.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Aaron BAUGHMAN, age 48 OH, a chew maker;  Katherine, age 42 PA;  John U, age 23 OH [see John below], a farmer;  Geo F, age 20 OH, a farmer;  Mary J, age 18 OH;  Aaron P, age 14 OH; Soloman, age 12 OH;  Harriet E,  age 11 OH;  Martha, age 8 OH.

Richland County Probate Court record:  George F. BAUGHMAN married Margaret J MORRIS on 25 Sep 1862 in Richland County, OH.  

1870 Census, unable to find.  24 Nov 2013.  

Widow:
According to Richland County Ohio Abstracts of Wills 1813-1873, by Anne Lockwood Dallas Budd, (Ohio Genealogical Society, 1974), p.199: Margaret J. BAUGHMAN, in her Will written 28 Sep 1871 and probated 13 Oct 1871, left all her property, real and personal,* to her only son George Franklin. John J. DOUGLASS was to be guardian of son George, and George was to be educated at the Soldier's Orphans Home in Xenia, Green Co, Ohio. *NOTE: There were actually a few exceptions, consisting of clothing, glassware and dishes which were to be divided amongst: her sister, Catherine McCONKIE; her mother, Elizabeth HERRING; and two of her sisters-in-law, Harriet and Martha BAUGHMAN. [According to her death record, Margaret died of consumption. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Son George Franklin BAUGHMAN:
Son's Death record in Ohio: File #67937 (1923).
Geo. Franklin BAUGHMAN of Lucas, OH died 11 Nov 1923 at the General Hospital in Mansfield, OH. He was born 5 Jul 1863 at Richland Co., OH, and was a farmer. Husband of Jennie GIFFEN. His father was, Geo. F. BAUGHMAN,  born OH, and his mother was Margret MORRIS, also born OH. Burial at Pleasant Valley Cemetery. Informant: Mrs. Geo. F. Baughman, RFD #2, Lucas. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

Death record in Ohio:  Brother, File # 35627  Soloman Perry BAUGHMAN, of Monroe Twp, Belleville OH, died 24 May 1929 at Mt. Vernon, Knox County OH.  Born 1 Jan 1848 in Richland Co OH.  Retired farmer.  His parents were Aaron BAUGHMAN and Catherine SCHRACK, born OH.  Burial in Perrysville OH.  

Death record in Ohio:  Brother, Arron P BAUGHMAN died 19 Dec 1920 Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH.  Born 29 Jan 1840 in Richland Co OH.  Father was Arron BAUGHMAN, born Richland Co OH.  Mother was Cath SCHRACK, born OH. Burial St. John Cem.  Informant Fred BAUGHMAN.  

Baughman, John W.   12 Aug 1862          John Wyant BAUGHMAN
Private John Baughman, was 23 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864, near Snaggy Point on Red River Louisiana.; mustered out 19 June 1865 at Camp Chase, OH.

Father: Aaron BAUGHMAN
Mother:  Catherine SCHRACK
Birth:  31 Aug 1838, Richland Co OH
Marriage:  Mary E MOWRY, 1867.
Death:  3 Oct 1914 Jefferson Twp, Richland Co OH
Cemetery: Belleville Cem, Jefferson Twp, Richland Co OH
John W. Baughman, Bellville CemeteryPhoto Credit:  Robert Malone at Find a Grave.

"List of Casualities of the 120th Regiment of Ohio OVI...while on bourd the Steamer 'City Belle' near 'Snaggy Point' La. May 3d 1864...." Co. B, Private John W. BAUGHMAN, [missing,] condition not known. [From the records of the Ohio Adjutant General, available at the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

Pension Index:   John W. BAUGHMAN, looks like Co B 120th or 130th OH Inf..  Invalid applied for 5 Apr 1887, Application 604827, Certificate 743296    Widow, Mary E BAUGHMAN, filed 12 Oct 1914, Application 1035348, Certificate 783349, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  John died 3 Oct 1914 at Bellville, OH.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 61, Family 61: Aaron BAUGHMAN, age 38 OH, farmer; Catharine, age 32 PA; Paul, age 13 OH; John, age 11 OH; George F., age 10 OH; Mary J. BAUGHMAN, age 48 OH.  

1860 Census, Monroe Township, Richland County OH, page 297:  Aaron BAUGHMAN, age 48 OH, a "chew maker" or a "chair maker";  Katharine, age 42 PA; John U, age 23 OH, farmer; Geo F, age 20 OH, farmer; Mary J?, age 18 OH; Aaron P, age 14 OH, Solomon, age 12 OH; Harriet E, age 11 OH; Martha, age 8 OH.    

Paul Sydney BAUGHMAN, the older brother of George Franklin and John Wyant BAUGHMAN, served in McLaughlin's Squadron during the Civil War and kept up a pretty steady correspondence with his parents during much of his service. About 1993 more than thirty of his letters were transcribed and compiled under the title "Well and Hearty at this Time..." Several of letters mention John, including the following:
"Sept 9th./.62...Frank's letter stated that Jno had the ague. That will not be a very agreeable thing to have in a military camp...."

"April 4th./.63...I was well pleased by learning the Family was all well except John. I wish John may get a discharge. If he has ague every other day it will be hard for him in camp, for there he cannot take proper care of himself...."

"July 22nd, AD 1864...Was happy to hear of the continued good health of the family entire except Jno. I would like very well to know of John's certain fate. I hope it is not as bad as supposed...."

[Since we do not have the letters written to Paul, we can only speculate as to what prompted his concern in the letter of 22 July. But, given the time it took for news to travel, it is very possible that Paul had just learned that John was missing. Though Paul was not mustered out until Jan 1865, the 22 Jul 1864 letter is apparently the last one he wrote to his parents--or, at least, the last to survive. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

WorldConnect and Family Search say that John married Mary E. MOWRY on 8 Aug 1867 in Richland County OH. 

History of Richland County, Ohio, from 1808 to 1908: Also Biographical Sketches of Porminent Citizens of the Couty, Vol 2:
by Abraham J. Baughman; S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1908:
pg1143
John W. Baughman "He was born in Monroe township, Richland county, Ohio, in 1838.  He is son of Aaron and Katharine (Schrack) Baughman..."  
p. 1144  "...On August 12, 1862, he enlisted for three years in Company V, One Hundred and twentieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was mustered out of the service June 19, 1865, at Camp Chase, Ohio, by order of the war department."
"The Red river is the southernmost of the larger affluents of the Mississippi, and is formed by servral forks, rising in the canyons of the desert called El Llano Estacado, in northwestern Texas....  One cause of the failure of the REd river expedition was the low stage of water at the time.  On the 3d of May, 1864, while on this Red river expedition Mr. Baughman was taken prisoner near Snaggy Point.  He was taken to Camp Ford prison, in Smith county, Texas, where he was kept a prisoner for over thriteen months."
"Two years after Mr. Baughman's return from the army he was married in 1867 to Miss Mary E. Mowry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mowry, and to that union eight children have been born, one of whom dided in infancy."
Member of Miller Moody Post, G.A.R., of Bellville.  

1870 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 411:  John BAUGHMAN, age 30 OH, farm labor; Mary, age 20 OH; Vertie E, [female], age 2 OH.  

1880 Census:  Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  John BAUGHMAN, age 41 OH, a farmer, parents born OH; Mary E, wife, age 31 OH, parents born OH;  Vertie E., daughter, age 12 OH;  Frances W, daughter, age 9 OH;  Charles C, son, age 4 OH;  Leona M, daughter,  age 1 OH.  

1890 Census, Veterans Schedule:  Richland Co OH:  Line 17 House 91, Family 92: John W. BAUGHMAN, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf.    Post Office:  Newville OH.   Disability:  Chronic diarrhoea and stomach trouble.  

1900 Census Jefferson Township, Richland County OH:  John W BAUGHMAN age 61, born Aug 1838 in OH, a farmer, married 33 years,  parents born OH;  Mary E, age 51, born Dec 1848 in OH, married 33 yrs, 8 children 7 still living, parents born OH;  May L, dau, age 20, single,  born April 1880 in OH;  Kay C, dau, age 16, born Dec 1883 in OH;  Kathe L, dau, age 11 born June 1888 in OH;  Grace M, dau, age 8, born Oct 1891 in OH.

1910 Census, Jefferson Twp, Richland County, OH, page 100:  John W BAUGHMAN, age 71 OH, first marriage, married 42 yrs, farmer on general farm, parents born OH; Mary E, wife, age 61 OH, first marriage, married 42 yrs, 8 children/7 still living, father born OH, mother born PA; May, daughter, age 31 OH, single, housekeeper for private family; Kathryn, daughter, age 21 OH, single, public school teacher.  [Note:  Column 30 marked UA for military service for John.]

Ohio Online Death record has John BAUGHMAN, died 3 Oct 1914 in Richland County OH.

Death record in Ohio: File # 57359  John Wyant BAUGHMAN, born 31 Aug 1838 in Richland County OH.  Died  3 Oct 1914 in Jefferson Twp, Richland Co OH.  Father Aron BAUGHMAN born OH.  Mother Catharine SCHRACK, born OH.  Informant Mary E BAUGHMAN of Bellville OH.  

Sons of Union Veterans: Born 1838.  Burial in Belleville Cemetery, SR 97, Belleville, Jefferson Twp, Richland County, OH.

Baughman, Martin L   12 Aug 1862
Private Martin Baughman, was 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E, 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 23 May 1865 at New Orleans, LA, by order of the War Dept.  

Father: Gideon BAUGHMAN
Mother:  Margaret SWIGART
Birth:  May 1841  OH
Marriage:  Margaret A HENRY 25 Oct 1866 in Richland County OH
Death:  May 1902
Cemetery: I.O.O.F. [Odd Fellows] Cem, Richland Co OH
photoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgPhoto Credits:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension index:  Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH: Martin L BAUGHMAN, B 120th and E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1874 July 2, Application 194020, Certificate 135376.

1850 Census, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 132, family 132: Gideon BAUGHMAN, age 35 OH, farmer; Margaret, age 34 OH; Catherine, age 14 OH; Mary S., age 12 OH; Martin, age 9 OH; Henry, age 7 OH; Elizabeth, age 3 OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Gideon BAUGHMAN, age 45 OH, a farmer;  Margaret, age 43 OH;  Martin, age 19 OH, a farmer;  Henry G, age 17, a farmer;  Elizabeth, age 13 OH;  John A, age 5 OH.  
Family Search says that his mother was Margaret SWIGART. 

Richland County OH Probate record:  Martin BAUGHMAN married Margaret A HENRY on 25 Oct 1866 in Richland County OH.  

1870 Census, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, p. 247B, dwelling 214, family 212: Mike BAUGHMAN, age 35 OH, laborer; Margaret, age 25 OH; Cora, age 4 OH; Emma Age 2 OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1880 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH;  Martin L BAUGMAN [sic], age 39 OH, a farmer, parents born OH;  Margaret A, wife, age 37 OH, parents born OH;  Cora D, daughter, age 13 OH;  Emma E, daughter, age 10 OH.

1883 Pensioners, Richland Co., OH, p 292: Certificate #135,376. Martin L. Baughman, Lucas P.O., chronic diarrhea, receives $4.00 monthly. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1890 Veterans Schedules: Monroe, Richland Co OH: Line 40, House 177 Family 189: Martin L BAUGHMAN of Company B is listed as living in Monore Township, PO Lucas, Richland County OH.  Disability: chronic diarrhea.

1900 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Mortin [sic] L BAUGHMAN, age 59, born May 1841 in OH, married 33 yrs, a farmer, parents born OH;  Margaret A, wife, age 58, born Jan 1843 in OH, married 33 yrs, 2 children, 2 still living, parents born OH;  Emma E, daughter, age 29, born Apr 1871 in OH, single, a servant.    

Died from Poisoning -Martin Baughman, the old soldier who drank some medicine intended for use on a skin diseases died at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The deceased was about 55 years of age and his wife died only about eight weeks ago.  Burial at I. O. O. F. cemetery. [THE MANSFIELD NEWS, Monday, May 20, 1902]  
Found at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohrichla/Obituaries/ObitsBA-BL.htm submitted by Jean and Faye.

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:   File # 58013:  Emma Baughman McCARRON died 6 Sep 1944 at Main Street, Bellville, Richland Co OH.  Married.  Born 28 Dec 1872 in OH.  Father, Martin BAUGHMAN.  Mother, Margaret HENRY.  Burian at Lucas OH IOOF Cem.  Informant Doyle MCCARRON, of Mansfield, OH. #1.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio: File # 21098. Cora D. MOFFETT, died 13 Mar 1937, at Mansfield, Richland Co., OH. Wife of Earnest A. MOFFETT. Born 21 Apr 1867 at Richland County. Father, Martin L. BAUGHMAN, born OH. Mother Margaret HENRY, born OH. Burial at IOOF Cemetery. Informant Earnest A. Moffett, Lucas, O. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Sister???Death record in Ohio: File # 44619 Mary Susan COLLINS died 16 July 1930 in Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH.  Her deceased husband was Archibald COLLINS.  She was born 16 Jan 1838 in OH.  Her father was Gideon BAUGHMAN, born OH.  Her mother was Margaret SWIGART, born US.  Burial Pleasant Valley Cem.  Informant was Mrs. Verda PITTS, of Lucas OH.  

Bechtel, Reuben*    14 Aug 1862
1st Lieutenant Bechtel was age 32 when he entered service.  He was promoted from 1st sergeant in Company A to 1st Lieutenant Company B on 
5 March 1863; died 11 June 1863 at Big Black River, Mississippi.  
Reuben Bechtel of Co A 120th OVI is buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi. But the Interment.org site says he died 11 July 1863.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried in section O, grave 42.
See Company A for further family information and photos of his memorial stone in Wooster

Behler, Harrison*   11 Aug 1862
Private Behler, was 22 when he entered service.  He died 14 Feb 1863, at St. Louis, Missouri.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  Buried at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, section 65, grave 139.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  1840
Marriage:  
Death:  14 Feb 1863, St. Louis, MO
Cemetery:  Jefferson Barracks Cem, MO  Behler, Harrison , d. 02/14/1863, US Army, Plot: 65 0 10415, bur. 02/14/1863
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Judy Mayberry Belford at Find a Grave


 Listed in a list of soldiers in the 120th Co A for Franklin and Pickaway Counties, page 136, but not all the soldiers listed there were from those counties.  

 Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  H. BECHLER, Private, Co B 120th OH INf, died 14 Feb 1863 at Hickory St. General Hospital St. Louis, MO. Cause: pneumonia.

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  Harrison BEHLER, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 14 Feb 1863.  Cemetery: Jefferson Barracks, sec 65 grave 10415.

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

aka in the Soldiers Index:  BECHLER, BEEHLER

Brayton, Rufus M.    2 Aug 1862
Captain Brayton was age 42 when he entered service.  He was appointed Captain 4 Aug 1862: resigned 14 Jan 1863

Father: born VT
Mother:  born VT
Birth:  7 Feb 1821, Hardin Co OH
Marriage:  1Margarett M [Malissa] WILLIAMS, 6 Jan 1842 in Huron OH.; died 27 Dec 1870 [??Mother of Rufus Jr.]
2Helen Rachel Smiley Funk, 17 Mar 1871 Hardin Co OH; died in 1910 in Tazewell Co IL
3Anna KERRICH on 1 Feb 1877 in Hardin Co OH.
Death:  30 Aug 1884
Cemetery:  Price Cem [Old Patterson Cem], Jackson Twp, Hardin Co OH

Pension Index:  Rufus M BRAYTON, B 120th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1864 Mar 31, Application 43271, Certificate 163429.   Widow, Anna BRAYTON,  applied Sept 1884, Application 319265, Certificate 212612, filed in OH.  [Anna may be buried in Dolin OH where her first husband, Emanuel KARRICK is buried.   http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.karrick/142/mb.ashx ]  

History of Hardin County, OH, chapter 12, page 408,  lists Captain Rufus M. BRAYTON of Company B 120th OVI.
http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Hardin/HarChapXII.htm 

Huron Ohio Probate Court marriage record.....Rufus M BRAYTON married Margarett M WILLIAMS 6 Jan 1842 in Huron OH.

R.M. Brayton is listed in the History of Hardin County, page 380 as being one of the organizing members of the Hardin County Medical Society on 20 July 1850.   http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Hardin/HarChapXI.htm

1850 Census, Sherman Twp, Huron Co OH, Dwelling 1553, Family 1589: William WILLIAMS, age 67 NY, farmer; Sally, age 57 CT; Rufas R. BRATON, age 28 CT, farmer; Malissa, age 23 OH; Bradley, age 7 OH; Baron, age 2 OH; William, age 7 months OH.  

1860 census:  Jackson township, Hardin county, OH
Rufus M. BRAYTON, age 41, born OH, a day laborer;
Melissa, age 34, born OH; Bradley W. age 17 born OH; Baron D. age 12 born OH; Wm R. age 10 born OH; Mary E. age 5 born OH.

1870 Census, Jackson Township, Hardin County OH:  R M BRAYTON age 51 OH, a physician;  Melissia age 45 OH;  R D [male] age 22 OH, a farmer;  William age 20 OH, In School;  Mary E th age 15 OH;  Francis [same last name] age 20 NY, a domestic servant.  

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Mrs. R. M. BRAYTON died 23 Dec 1870 at Patterson, Hardin Co OH.  

There may have been a second marriage that ended in divorce.  Ohio Marriages:  R. M. BRAYTON married Hellen R. FUNK on 17 Mar 1871 in Hardin Co OH.  [Helen Rachel Smiley Funk, ancestry family tree.  She died in 1910 in Tazewell Co IL.]

Third marriage for Rufus :  Anna BRICKER KARRICK   Ohio Marriages:  R. M. BRAYTON married Anna KERRICH on 1 Feb 1877 in Hardin Co OH.  
 
1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1031, Village of North Washington, Hardin Co OH, page 289:   Ruphos BRAYTON age 59 OH, a druggist?, parents born VT;  Anna, wife, age 60 OH, parents born PA;  David KARRICK, stepson, age 25 OH, a laborer;  Philip KARRICK, stepson, a laborer;  Henry KARRICK stepson, age 20 a laborer.  Parents of the stepchildren both born OH.  Also living there:  Lowel M WEDERTZ, age 10 OH, father Wurtemberg, mother OH.  

Online site listed at Price Cemetery [Old Patterson Cem] Jackson Township, Hardin county:
Rufus M. Brayton, died 30 Aug 1884 age 63yrs 6mths 23days.  
Melissa Brayton, 27 Dec 1870 45yrs 6mths 12days, wife of R.M. Brayton.

A contributor at Family Search shows Rufus M. Brayton as being born 7 Feb 1821 in Jackson Twp, Hardin County, OH and died 30 Aug 1884.

Daughter's Death record in Ohio: File # 15880, Maryetta WATTERS died 19 Mar 1945 at Kohlmeier Convalescent, Findlay, Hancock Co OH.  Her usual residence was 319 1/2 S. Main St, Findlay, OH.  Widow.  Born 23 Mar 1857 at Patterson, OH.  Father, Rufus BRAYTON.  Mother, Melissa.  Burial Maple Grove.  

Son's Death record in Ohio:   File 43795:  B. D. BRAYTON died 13 July 1919 in the County Infirmary, Liberty Twp, Hancock Co OH.  Widowed.  Wife Martha.  Born 12 June 1846 at Patterson, OH.  Farmer.  Father, Dr. Rufus BRAYTON.  Mother, Malissa WILLIAMS.  Burial Maple Grove Cem.  

Step son Death record in Ohio:  Step son, son of wife Anna:  File # 64803 Phillip KARRICK, of East North St, died 23 Nov 1938 in Ada, Hardin Co OH.  Widower, wife Eliza Jane McCREERY.  Born 10 Feb 1857 in Columbiana Co OH.  His parents were Emanuel KARRICK and Anna BRICKER, born PA.  Burial Woodlawn Cem.  Informant Mrs. Frank ESTILL of Ada OH.  

Bretz, Martin*   9 Aug 1862     BRITZ
Private Bretz was 23 when he entered service. He died 14 Aug 1863 at Mound City, Illinois.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  Buried at Mound City, Illinois.
Father: ??David BRITZ
Mother:  ??Julia Ann OHLER
Birth:  <1839>
Marriage:  
Death:  14 Aug 1863, Mound City, IL
Cemetery:  [BRITZ] Mound City National Cem, Mound City, Pulaski Co, IL   Britz, Martin, d. 08/14/1863, Plot: E 0 3975, bur. 08/14/1863
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credits:  Elton and Carol Smith at Find a Grave

 Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Martin BERTZ, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 13 Aug 1863 at General Hospital Mound City, IL.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: Mound City IL.  Running number 151.  M. BRITE, Private Co B 120th  OH Inf.  Died 14 Aug 1863       [old numbering]Section A grave 780.

US National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  Martin BRITZ, Pvt Co B 12 [incorrect] OH Inf,  died 14 Aug 1863.  Mound City IL grave 3975.

Not on Pension Index.

1850 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  David Bretz, age 46 PA, a farmer;  Julia A, age 45 PA;  Isaac age 12 OH;  David M. Age 10 OH;  George age 9 OH;  Rachael, age 3 OH;  Catherine, age70, PA;  Catherine, age 36 PA.   [The soldier's parents?  Richland County Probate Court record:  David BRETZ married Julian OHLER, 24 Dec 1835 in Richland County OH.  They are buried at Mount Zion Cemetery, Lucas, Richland Co OH. David's father was named Martin.]

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  David Britz, age 56 PA, farmer;  Julia A, age 55 PA;  Isaac, age 22 OH, farmer;  Danl or David M, age 20 OH, a student;  Geo F, age 18 OH, a farmer;  Rachael, age 13 OH.
 

Brubaker, David   16 Aug 1862        
Private David Brubaker was 20 when he entered service.  He was discharged 12 Oct 1863 at Camp Dennison Ohio on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: John BRUBAKER
Mother:  ????Catherine
Birth:  1841 OH
Marriage:  Loevina ROBISON, 23 Dec 1875
Death:  23 Dec 1881 in Mansfield OH?
Cemetery:  Emanuel Cemetery, Richland Co OH
photoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgPhoto Credits:  Judith Partin at Find a Grave
On stone with father John Brubaker Sr.
David 1841 - 1881

 Pension Index:  David BRUBAKER, B 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1863 Dec 11, Application 37227, Certificate 104098.  Widow, Lovinia A. BRUBAKER, filed for a widow's pension on 20 Mar 1882, Application 290758, Certificate 228511.  Minor, Lavinia A SPENCE guardian, filed 13 Aug 1887, Application 359162, Certificate 240049, filed in KS .  Pension Card:  David died 23 Dec 1881 at Mansfield, OH.  Also there is a note on this card about a pension for John SPENCE Co C 146 OH Inf.  Lovinia remarried to SPENCE.  

??1850 Census, Mifflin Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 48, Family 48:  John BRUBAKER, age 49 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 39 PA; John, age 14 OH; Catharine, age 10 OH; David, age 8 OH; Jacob, age 6 OH.  

???1860 Census, Series M653, Roll 930, Mifflin Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 181:  John BRUBAKER, age 68 PA, farmer; Catherine, age 50 PA; Catherine, age 21 OH; David, age 19 OH, farm laborer; Jacob, age 16 OH, farm laborer.  

???1860 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 33, Family 33:  John BRUBAKER Jr. age 45 PA; Fieta, age 36 PA; Catharine, age 19 OH; David R., age 17 OH; John A, age 15 OH; Philip, age 13 OH; Sarah E, age 8 OH; Aaron, age 5 OH; Christian, age 1 OH.  

1870 Mifflin twp, Richland County, OH:
John BRUBAKER age 65 MD, a miller; Ann age 61 MD; David age 28 OH, a baker.

There is a license affidavit for a marriage license with Error written over it.  The return portion showing marriage is not filled out.  David BRUBAKER and Lovina ROBINSON had license issued 27 Dec 1875 at Richland county OH.  
Another license was filled out:  D. B. B. BRUBAKER and Loevina ROBISON license issued 23 Dec 1877[5].  He signed as David.    This one was returned 23 Dec 1875 by Minister of the Gospel D H [W] Smith who joined them in matrimony.  

1880 census:  Salamanca, Cherokee County, KS
David Brubaker, age 38, born OH, a farmer, parents born MD; Lovina A. wife, age 30 born OH, father born Va, mother born OH; Samuel, son, age 4, born OH; John W., son, age 2 born OH.

Cherokee County Probate Court record:  John SPENCE married Lavina BRUBAKER on 30 Apr 1883 in Cherokee county , KS.

1900 Census, Elk Twp, Washita Co OK, Dwelling 169, Family 179:  John SPENCE, age 62 OH, born Dec 1837, married 18 yrs, father born KY, mother born PA, farmer; Lovina, wife, age 47 OH, born Apr 1853, married 18 yrs, 3 children/2 still living, parents born OH; John W BLUBAKER, son, age 20 OH, single, born Aug 1879, parents born OH, farmer; Arie D BLUBAKER, age 19 KS, son, single, born Feb 1881, parents born OH, farmer.

Brubaker, John   12 Aug 1862
Private John Brubaker was 18 when he entered service.  He was discharged 11 Oct 1863 at Camp Dennison, Ohio on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: John BRUBAKER
Mother:  Annie BURGER
Birth:  3 July 1844 OH
Marriage:  Mary PETTIT 1881
Death:  10 Sep 1928 Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Pettit Cem, Richland Co OH
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Robert Malone at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  John BRUBAKER, B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1863 Dec 12, Application 37292, Certificate 127307.   Widow Mary P. BRUBAKER , filed 1928 Nov 8, Application 1627620, Certificate A-2-27-29, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  John died 10 Sep 1928 at Mansfield, OH.  

1860 Mifflin twp, Richland County OH:
John BRUBAKER [age 58 MD] and Ann [age 51 OH];  Sarah [age 20? OH], John [age 16 OH], Martin L.[age 11 OH].

1880 Census:  Mifflin, Richland County, OH
John BRUBAKER age 77 born PA, a miller, parents born PA; Anna, wife, age 72, born MD, parents born MD; John Brubaker, son, age 34, born OH, a miller; John RITCHIE, other, age 24 born PA, a miller, parents born PA.

Richland County Probate Records:  John BRUBAKER married Mary PETTIT 5 Jan 1881, Richland County OH.

In the 1890 special census of pensioners:  Mifflin, Richland Co OH, line 12, House 77, Family 79:  John BRUBAKER of Company B is listed as living in Mifflin Township, PO Mansfield, Richland County OH.  He had malarial poisoning and disease of the liver and stomach.

1900 Census, Mifflin Twp, Richland County, OH, page 44:   John BRUBAKER, age 55 OH, married 19 yrs, farmer, parents born OH?; Mary, wife, age 59 OH, born Aug? 1840, married 19 yrs, parents born OH; ???? PETTIT, sister-in-law, age 58 OH, single, born ??Feb 1842, servant, parents born OH.  .

1910 Census, Mifflin Twp, Richland County, OH, page 271:  John BRUBAKER, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 29 yrs, farmer on general farm, parents born MD; Mary, wife, age 70 OH, first marriage, married 29 yrs, no children, parents born VA; Christina PETITT, sister-in-law, age 68 OH, single, parents born VA.  

1920 Census, Mifflin Twp, Richland County, OH, page 113:  Mary P BRUBAKER, age 80 OH, married, parents born VA; John W, husband, age 79 OH, married no occupation, father born PA, mother born MD; Christina A PETTIT, sister, age 78 OH, single, parents born VA.  

Ohio Death index online:  John BRUBAKER died 10 Sept 1928 in Richland County, OH.  

Death record in Ohio: John BRUBAKER was born 3 July 1844 in OH. His father was John BRUBAKER [born PA] and his mother was Annie BURGER [born PA].  His wife was Mary PETTIT.  Buried Pettit Cem, Richland County OH.  

Byers, John O.   5 Aug 1862
Private Byers was 21 when he entered service.  He was wounded 1 May 1863 in battle of Thompson's Hill, Mississippi; transferred to 105th Co, 2d Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps, 15 Feb 1864; mustered out 14 Oct 1865 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  The pension index also lists John Byers in the 105th and in Co 2 Bat. Veterans Reserve Corps.
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In the 28 May 1863 issue of the Wooster Republican it was reported that John O. Byers was wounded in the left thigh.

Father: David BYERS
Mother:  Cathrine HOOVER
Birth:  12 Mar 1841 PA
Marriage:  Mary Ellen BLACK - Miss Ellen BLACK, 6 Sep 1866, Ashland Co OH
Death:  27 Oct 1914 Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Mansfield Cem, Richland Co OH
Relationship: John O. BYERS married the sister of William Riley BLACK of Co C 120th OVI.

Pension Index:  John O BYERS, B 120th, 105 C 2nd Battalion VRC.   Widow Mary E. Byers applied for widow's pension 4 November 1914, Application 1036367, Certificate 785058, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  Invalid pension 4 Mar 1870, Application 153385, Certificate 109589.  
John died 27 Oct 1914 at Mansfield, OH.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 334:  David BYERS, age 55 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 34 PA; John, age 20 OH, farm laborer; Susan, age 17 OH; David, age 11 OH; Hannah, age 5 OH; Franklin R, age 1 OH.  [1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 218, Family 228:  David BYERS, age 64 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 42 PA; Hannah, age 15 OH; Franklin, age 11 OH; Arise [female], age 7 OH; Charles ROCK, age 22 OH, hired hand.]

Family Search, Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  John BYERS married Miss Ellen BLACK on 6 Sep 1866 in Ashland Co OH.  Stephen BLACK filed affidavit for license. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Family Search, Births and Christenings, 1821-1962:  Canby BYERS, female, born 20 Nov 1868 at Newville, Richland Co OH.  Father John BYERS.  Mother Mary Ellen.  

1870 4th Ward, City of Mansfield, Richland County OH:  John O BYERS, age 28 PA, a baker;  Mary E, age 26 OH;  Nettie, age 1 OH.  

Family Search, Births and Christenings, 1821-1962:  Flora BYERS born 23 Mar 1877 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.   Father John BYERS.  Mother Mary E. BLACK.  

1880 Census, Troy, Morrow Co OH, Dwelling 83, Family 87:  John BYERS, age 35 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 33 OH, parents born OH; Cambia A, daughter, age 11 OH; James W, son, age 8 OH; Jesse, son, age 6 OH; Flora B, daughter, age 3 OH.  

John O. Byers is listed in Mansfield (Ohio) City Directories from 1873 through 1891. During most of that time he lived on South Main St. He was employed at different times as a painter, a laborer, and a gardener. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Ancestry, 1883 Pensioners, Richland County, OH, p. 294: Certificate #109,589. John O. BYERS, Mansfield P.O., wounded in left thigh, receives $6.00 monthly. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

1890 Veterans Schedule, Madison Twp., Richland Co., OH, p. 1, line 11, house 62, family 63: John O. BYRES, private, Co. G (sic), 120 Ohio, 5 Sep 1862-4 Oct 1865. Post Office: Mansfield, Ohio. Disability: chronic diarrhea resulting in piles. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1900 Census, Madison Township, Richland County OH:  John BYERS, age 59 born Mar 1841 PA, a farmer, married 34 yrs,  parents born PA;  Mary E, wife,age 56, born Dec 1843 OH, married 34 yrs, 4 children, 3 still living, parents born OH; Nettie, daughter, age 33, born Nov 1866, single.   

Son, 1900 Census, 26.5 South Main ST, Mansfield Ward 2, Madison Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 112, Family 139:   James BYERS, lodger, born Sept 1871, age 28 KS, single, father born PA, mother born OH, bar tender.  

Daughter, Family Search,  Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Nettie BYERS, age 32, born Newville, OH, married Benjamin GREENAWALD, 24 Jan 1901 at Richland Co OH.  Parents: John O. BYERS and Mary E. BLACK.  Benjamin was age 37, born Wayne Co OH.  His parents: Henry GREENAWALD and Fredrica BORDER.  

Son, Family Search, Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  James W. BYERS married Francis N. HEDGES at Richland Co OH on 15 Oct 1901.  He was age 30 born <1871> in Clay Co KS.  His father was John O. BYERS.  His mother was Mary L. BLACK.  The bride's father was James A. HEDGES; her mother was Hennitte GOOD.  The bride was born in Mansfield in <1871>, age 30.  

Haven't found in 1910.  

Death record in Ohio:   File #57374:   John O. BYERS died 27 Oct 1914 at Mansfield, Richland County OH.  Married.  Farmer.  Born 12 Mar 1841 in PA.  Father David BYERS born PA.  Mother Cathrine HOOVER born PA.  Informant Mrs. John BYERS of Mansfield OH.  Burial Mansfield Cem.  

1920 Census, Madison Twp, Richland County, OH, page 66:  Mary E BYERS is living with Benjamin and Nettie GREENWALD.  She is the mother-in-law of Benjamin.  Mary is age 76 OH, widowed, parents born OH.

Son, 1920 Census, Cass Lake Village, Cass Co, MN, Dwelling 135, Family 148:  James BYERS, boarder, age 49 US, divorced, parents born US, laborer at odd jobs.  James is living in the home of John M and Alice EITZER.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  Wife, File # 71740  Mrs. Ellen M. BYERS died 20 Nov 1920 at Madison Twp, Richland Co OH.  Born 9 Dec 1843.  Father: Daniel BLACK, born England.  Mother: Elizabeth RYLAND, birthplace unknown.  Widow of  John BYERS.  Informant: Jesse O. BYERS of Mansfield, OH.  Burial: Mansfield Cem.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  Daughter, File # 70406, Nettie GREENAWALD, of S. Main St, died 22 Nov 1926 in Madison Twp, Richland Co OH.  Born 1867 OH.  Father was John O BYERS, born PA.  Mother was Ellan BLACK.  Husband Ben GREENAWALD.  Burial Mansfield OH.  Informant J. O. BYERS,of Mansfield OH.  

Son, 1930 Census, 328 South Sixth St, Los Angeles, Alhambra Co, CA, Dwelling 81, Family 94:  James W. BYERS, owned home and rented out part, Age 57 OH, first married age 29, father born PA, mother born OH, occupation cook, not a veteran; Frances N., wife, age 57 OH, first married age 29, parents born OH; Charles E, son, age 24 OH, married, first married age 23, parents born OH, occupation book keeper.  

Son, 1940 Census, 328.5 S. Sixth St, Los Angeles, Alhambra Co CA, Household 488:  James W. BYERS, age 68 KS, lived same house 1935, not employed, income from other sources; Frances N., wife, age 68 OH, lived in same house in 1935, not employed, income from other sources.  

Son, Family Search:  California, Death Index, 1940-1997:  James W. BYERS, died 7 Jun 1947 at Los Angeles, CA.  Born 28 Nov 1871 in KS.  Father's surname BYERS.  Mother's surname BLACK.  

Channel, James    29 Feb 1864         
Private Channel was 18 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 8 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio
Father: James CHANNEL
Mother:  Margaret HENDRICKS
Birth:  1847, Carroll Co OH
Marriage: Mary Elizabeth McGILL 4 Jun 1870  or 9 Jun 1870, Van Wert Co OH.  
Death:  15 Mar 1873 Harrison Twp, Van Wert, OH
Cemetery:  ????Glenn Presbyterian Cem, Van Wert Co OH
At Find a Grave: Glenn Presbyterian Cem, Van Wert Co OH, Co B 120th OH Inf GAR.  His father died, according to an ancestry tree, in 1860.  

Sent request to use photo 3 Jan 2013.

Pension Index:  James CHANNEL, B 120 OH Inf.   Widow, Mary E. SHANYFELT, filed 1889 Oct 26, Application 407472, Certificate 402348, filed in OH.  Minor, William FOLEY guardian, filed 10 Nov 1894, Application 605326, Certificate 435216, filed in OH. 

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Carroll Co OH, Dwelling 994, Family 997:  James A. CHANNELS, age 35 OH, laborer; Margret, age 28 OH; Sarah J., age 7 OH; [next page] James, age 4 OH; Harvey, age 1 OH.  [James Andrew CHANNELL married Margaret HENDRICKS 20 Jul 1842 in Carroll Co OH.

James CHANNEL married Mary Elizabeth McGILL 4 Jun 1870
Ohio Marriages:  James H. CHANNELL married Mary E. McGILL on 9 Jun 1870 at Van Wert Co OH.  


Ohio Deaths and Burials:  James T CHANNEL, died 15 Mar 1873 at Harrison Twp, Van Wert, OH.  Age 26, born 1847 at Carroll Co OH.  Married.  White.  

 Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Chew, William W.   11 Aug 1862          William Washington CHEW
Private Chew was 21 when he entered service.  He was discharged 29 mar 1864 at Cleveland Ohio on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Samuel CHEW
Mother:  Mary McBRIDE
Birth:  4 Jul 1841 Richland Co OH
Marriage:  1 Elizabeth B. FOX, filed 18 Feby 1867, Wyandot Co OH
2 Louisa FINK 1872, Wyandot Co OH
Death:  11 Apr 1930, Danville IL
Cemetery:  Atherton Cem, Danville, Vermilion co IL
Stone photo at Find a Grave. Military stone says Co B 120th OH Inf. 
Sent message by way of "edit" to ask permission to use photo.  
Photo Credit: ©2005-2013 Bob and Nancy Cannon at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  William W CHEW, B 120th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1880 Apr 14, Application 358119, Certificate 233391.  Widow, Louisa CHEW, filed 1930 Apr 17, Application 1665474, Certificate A-7-25-30, filed in Illinois.   Pension Card:  William died 11 Apr 1930 at Danville, IL.  ["Accrued order dated 25 Jul 1930 made payable to widow, Louisa Chew, 2211 No 10 St., Fort Smith, Arkansas." Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963:  William W. CHEW, Pvt, Co B 120 Ohio Vol Inf, died 11 Apr 1930.  Atherton Cemetery, Danville, IL.  Shipped to J. W. Chew, 613 Gilbert St, North?, Danville Ill.    [permanent addres same]  Dated 15 Apr 1930.  Signed J. W. Chew.  For unmarked grave of soldier.      

History of Richland County, Ohio: Its Past and Present, compiled and published by A.A. Graham, 1880, p. 833: In a biographical sketch of Samuel CHEW, it is reported that William Washington CHEW, one of ten children of Samuel and Mary MCBRIDE CHEW, was born July 4, 1841. He married (1) Miss FOX, and (2) Louisa FINK, of Wyandot County, where he was residing when the sketch was written. Other children of Samuel and Mary MCBRIDE CHEW were: Archibald, Lydda, Mary Ellen, Ann, Thomas M., James W., Alfred G., Arvina E., and Olive A. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1850 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Samuel CHEW age 40 OH;  Mary age 38 OH;  Archibald, age 17 OH,  a farmer;  Lydia, age 15 OH;  Mary E, age 13 OH;  Ann, age 11 OH;  William W, age 9 OH;  Thomas M?, age 7 OH;  James, age 4 OH;  Alfred, age 4 months.  <parents' marriage> The Western Sentinel and Richland County Weekly Advertiser (Mansfield, Ohio), 11 Apr 1832: Mr. Samuel CHEW and Miss Mary MCBRIDE were married by the Rev. Mr. Rowland on April 5, 1832. [The official marriage records for Richland County, OH for this time period are missing. Mary MCBRIDE CHEW died in 1858, and Samuel married Mary Ann WRIGHT in 1860. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Samuel CHEW age 50 born OH, a farmer;  William, age 19 OH, a farmer;  Thomas, age 17 OH, a farmer;  James, age 15 OH;  Alfred, age 13 OH;  Olive, age 5 OH.  Also living there is Mary SHAMP, a domestic.

 "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994" (FamilySearch): A Wyandot County marriage affidavit for William W. CHEW and Elisabeth FOX, was filed 18 Feby 1867, and bears the signature of William W. CHEW. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]   

William's first wife was Elizabeth B. FOX who died 26 Nov 1870 at Kirby, OH.          

1870 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Samuel CHEW age 60 born OH, a farmer; Mary, age 48 OH; Mary, age 18 OH;  Archibald, age 36 OH;  William, age 30 OH;  Anna, age 32 OH; Thomas, age 25 OH;  James, age 23 OH;  Alfred, age 20 OH;  Olive, age 15 OH.              

Wyandot County, OH, probate records:  William W. CHEW married Louisa FINK 20 Mar 1872 in Wyandot county OH.

[WorldConnect also lists for William, a daughter Catherine, born in 1877.]

1880 Census:  Jackson, Wyandot County, OH
William CHEW, age 38, white, born OH, a laborer, parents born ??;  Louisa, wife age 26, born OH, parents born, Germany; Eva E., daughter, age 7 OH; Watson, son, age 5 OH.

1900 Census, Meridian St., Redkey town, Richland Twp., Jay Co., IN, E.D. 71, sheet 1, dwelling 1, family 1: Wm. W. CHEW, age 58 OH, born July 1841, married 28 years, parents born MD, laborer; Louisa, wife, age 47 OH, born Sept 1852, married 28 years, 6 children/4 still living, parents born Germany; John, son, age 19 OH, born Oct 1880, glass chimney finisher; Ernest, son, age 15 IN, born May 1885, barber. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1910 Redkey, Richland Township, Jay County, Indiana:  William W CHEW age 68 OH, has own income,  2nd marriage, married 38 yrs, father born WV, mother OH;  Louisa, age 56 OH, marriage 1, married 38 yrs, 6 children,4 still living, is an Evanglist for Church of God,  parents born Germany;  John A., son, age 29 OH, single, a chimney lamp blower;  William E, son, age 24, born IN, single, a doctor of dental surgery.

"United States National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938" (Ancestry): Dayton, Ohio Soldiers Home Register, #42269. William W. CHEW enlisted at Lucas, OH as a private in Co. B, 120 Ohio Inf and was discharged at Columbus, Ohio due to disability. Disabilities when admitted to Home: chronic rheumatism, arterio sclerosis, cardiac hypertrophy. Born Ohio; age 74; height 5'11 and 1/2"; light complexion, blue eyes and gray hair; able to read and write; protestant; farmer. Residence subsequent to discharge: Portland, Jay Co., IN. Nearest relative: wife, Louisa Chew, Red Key, IN. [The record shows that William was admitted and discharged from various branches a total of six times between 1915 and 1923. Another record from the Danville, IL Register repeats much of the above information, and notes that John "died in hosp. Apr 11, 1920" of chronic myocarditis with arterio sclerosis contributing. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1920 Indiana State Soldiers Home, Wabash Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana:  William W CHEW, husband, age 77, born OH and Louisa, wife, age 66 OH.   

1930 Census, 501 Franklin, Danville City, Danville Twp, Vermilion Co., IL, E.D. 92-25, sheets 3A & 3B, dwelling 46, family 82: Alice STEPHENS, age 64 OH; Rebecca EDWARDS, mother, age 89 OH; [next page] Louisa CHEW, roomer, age 77 OH, married at age 26, parents born Germany; William CHEW, roomer, age 88 OH, married at age 30, father born Germany, mother born Ireland, unable to speak English, veteran of civ. war. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 
"Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947" (FamilySearch): William W. CHEW, born 4 Jul 1841 at Richland Co., OH, died 11 Apr 1930 at Danville, IL, age 88. He was buried 12 Apr 1930 at Atherton Cemetery. Wife: Louisa CHEW. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
  
 "Arkansas Death Index1914-1950" (FamilySearch): Louisa Chew died 23 Nov 1934 at Sebastian, Arkansas. [Louisa is also buried at Atherton Cemetery, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Coulter, Martin V.B.*   6 Aug 1862     Martin Van Buren COULTER
Sergeant Coulter was 22 when he entered service.  He died 30 March 1863 on the hospital boat Nashville near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.

 
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  Interred in section A, grave 124.
Father: John COULTER
Mother:  Elizabeth RICE
Birth:  <1840> OH
Marriage:  Maria E. FLEMING, 7 Ap 1861, Richland Co OH
Death:  30 March 1863 on the hospital boat Nashville near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi.   Coulter, M.V.B., d. 30 Mar 1863, Plot: A 2980, Sgt, Civil War, Co B 120th OH
There is also a marker at Perrysville Cem, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH.  

Martin V. B. Coulter at Vicksburg
 Photo Credit for Vicksburg:  William Sanders at Find a Grave

Martin Coulter, stone at Perrysville Cem.
 Photo Credit for Perrysville by Shelly Mahnke at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Martin V. COULTER, Sergt. Co B 120th OH Inf.  Died 30 Mar 1863 on floating hospital "Nashville".    Cause: diarrhoea.

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: Moved from levee at Marshall Plantation, Madison Parish, LA.  running number 1.  Martin V.B. COULTER, Sergt, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Died 30 Mar 1863.  Vicksburg section A 124.

US National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  M. V. B. COULTER, Sgt, Co V 120 OH Reg, died 30 Mar 1863.  Originally buried on levee, west bank Mississippi River, Marshall plantation, Madison Parish, LA.    Vicksburg National Cemetery, Section A 2980.

Pension Index:  Martin V B COULTER, B 120th OH Inf.    Widow, Maria E. COULTER, filed 1863 April 27, Application 19638, Certificate 41850.  No state was given.

A Pioneer History of Richland County, Ohio by General Roeliff Brinkerhoff, Mary Jane Henney, ed., p. 161: In a sketch of the COULTER family it is reported that John COULTER married Miss Elizabeth RICE in 1814 and they had ten children. The five who were still alive when the sketch was written (1858) were: Christopher, John Newton, Elizabeth R., Nancy L. and Martin Van Buren. Those who died before the sketch was written were: Rumina; Lucina [i.e., Lucinda], who married David EWING and died in 1848; S.C.; Cyrennius M. and Martha K. [FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Richland County, v. 1, p. 2: John COLTER and Betsy RICE, both of Richland County, were married 7 May 1814 by James Scott. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

1850 Census, Washington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 224, Family 224:  John COULTER, age 59 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 53 MA; Elizabeth R, age 17 OH; Nancy L, age 12 OH; Martin V, age 10 OH; Mary E. EWING, age 6 OH; Jane COULTER, age 20 OH; Ellsy A., age 18 OH; Elizabeth N, age 11 months OH.  

1860 Census Washington Township, Richland County, OH:  John COULTER age 69, a farmer born PA; Elizabeth, age 63 born MA; Nancy age 22, born OH; M.V.B. age 20 born OH; Benjamin CHAPEL age 9 born OH;  William PATTERSON age 24 a laborer, born OH.  

Future wife's family. 1860 Census, Washington Twp., Richland Co., OH, p. 254, dwelling 901, family 889: Charles FLEMING, age 45 OH, shoemaker; Margaret, age 44 OH; Maria, age 18 OH; Josephine, age 16 OH; Charles, age 13 OH; George, age 8 OH; Richard, age 4 OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Richland County, Ohio Marriage Records, v. 8, p. 414: Martin V.B. COULTER and Marie E. FLEMING were married 7 Apr 1861 by J.W. [Redding?]. The marriage affidavit bears the signature of MVB COULTER and states that Martin was over the age of twenty and Maria was over the age of seventeen, and that both had their father's consent. In fact, John COULTER's signed consent is written on the affidavit itself. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

According to Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records, published by the Richland County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society (1981), p. 393: Maggie COULTER, daughter of M.B. & M.E., died 5 Sep 1863, age seven months and five days, and is buried at Little Washington Cemetery, Washington Twp. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Widow remarries: Family Search, "Michigan, Marriages, 1868-1925." Barry County, No. 44, J. Horace LEE and Maria E. COULTER (nee Maria E. FLEMING) were married 2 Feb 1870 at Nashville, MI. The groom, a 30 year old merchant, was born at Seneca Co., OH, and the bride, age 26 was born at Richland Co. OH. Witnesses were Eveline GREGG and H.H. WORD. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Widow's death: FamilySearch, "Michigan, Deaths, 1867-1897." Maria E. LEE, born PA, died at Nashville, Barry Co., MI on 17 Jan 1874, age 30 years 4 months and 12 days. Her parents are listed as Charles and M.E. FLEMING , residents of PA. [Marie E., wife of J.H. LEE, is buried at Lakeview Cemetery, Barry Co., MI. See Find A Grave, memorial; #22336151. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Pension at fold3.com :
 Sergt Martin V B COULTER, Co B 120 OH Inf, died on hospital boat 30 Mar 1863 near Milliken's Bend LA.  Died of typhoid pneumonia and chronic diarrhoea.
 Widow, Maria E. FLEMMING COULTER, post office Barnes, Richland Co OH.  Maria E. FLEMMING married Martin V V COULTER on 7 Apr 1861

Child: Margaret E. COULTER, 3 months old

Culler, Henry H.   9 Aug 1862
Private Henry Culler was 21 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 19 June 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Father: Michael Long CULLER
Mother:  Mary Ann ERNSBERGER
Birth:  23 May 1841, Monroe Twp,  Richland Co OH
Marriage:  Mary E. HASSINGER [HOSSINGER]
Death:  24 May 1928, Richland Village, Kalamazoo, MI
Cemetery:  Prairie Home Cemetery, Richland, Kalamazoo County, MI
Relationship:  brother-in-law of Henry D. HASSINGER , also of Co B 120th OVI; cousin of John and Melanthon CULLER, Co B, 120th OVI.
Henry Culler's gravePhoto Credit:  A. Srackangast at Find a Grave

Henry CullerHenry Culler
Photo Credit:  Richard P. Culler

Pension Index:  Henry H CULLER, B 120th and D 114th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1879 Nov 3, Application 319612, Certificate 246931.  No state was given.  Pension Card:  Henry died 24 May 1928 at Richland, MI.  

Thanks to Richard Paul CULLER for help on the CULLER family.  

1850 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Michael CULLER, age 47 born MD, a farmer;  Mary Ann, age 40 MD;  Barbary age 18 OH;  Joseph H, age 17 OH;  Mary E. age 15 OH;  Sarah age 14 OH;  Henry H, age 9 OH;  Martin L, age 7 OH;  Michael L, age 4 OH;  Margaret E. age 2.

IGI at Family Search includes a sibling Luther Ira, third in line in the children.  It also states that the parents were Michael Long CULLER and Mary Ann ERNSBERGER and that Henry was born in Richland County OH.

1860 census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Mary Ann CULLER, age 48, manages a farm, born MD; Barbara age 27 OH ; Sarah age 25 OH; Henry, a carpenter,  age 19 OH; Martin L, a farmer,  age 16 OH; Michael age 14 OH; Simon [?] N. age 14 OH.

Richland County probate court record:  Henry H. CULLER married Mary E. HOSSINGER 10 Jan 1867 in Richland county OH.

??1870 Census, Mohican Twp, Ashland County OH, page 700:  Henry CULLER, age 27 OH, a farmer; Mary, age 26 OH;  Mary, age 3 OH; Sarah E, age 1 OH.

1880 Census, 1880 Federal Census, Goose Creek  Twp, Piatt Co, IL, NA Film T9-0242  Page:  243C: Henry W. Culler, age 39 OH, farmer, parents born MD; Mary E., wife, age 36 OH, parents born PA; Marion O., son, age 12 OH; Sarah E., daughter, age 11 OH; Virtie E., daughter, age 9 OH; Olive M., daughter, age 5 IN; Mary L, daughter, age 2 IL; John R, son, age 1 IL; David TROXIL, nephew, age 20 OH, parents born OH; James UPTON, other, age 18 IN, parents born IN, farmer servant.  

1890 Veterans Schedules: Irving Twp, Barry Co, MI:  line 1, House 13, Family 14, Henry H CULLER, Pvt, Co B 120th OH Inf ; Freeport post office, disability: sunstroke, in hospital one month.  

List of 1894 MI Veterans:  H. H. CULLER was living in Hastings Twp, Barry County, MI.  

1900 Census, Baltimore Twp, Barry Co, MI, page 81:  Henrery H. CULLER, age 59 OH, born May 1841, married 33 yrs, father born MD, mother born PA, farmer; Mary E., wife, age 56 OH, born Dec 1843, married 33 yrs, 7 children/7 still living, father born Germany, mother born PA; Burtie E. , daughter, age 29 OH, single, servant, born Jun 1870; Bruce, son, age 20 IL, single, born Jul 1879, farm laborer;  Dasie, daughter, age 18 IL, born Nov 1881.

1910 Census, Comstock Twp, Kalamazoo Co, MI, page 67:  Henry H. CULLER, age 68 OH, married 48 yrs, farmer, father born PA, mother born MD; Mary E., wife, age 67 OH, married 48 yrs, 7 children/7 still living, parents born PA; Verta E, daughter, age 34 OH, single.  

Sons of Union Veterans: Burial Prairie Home, D Ave/M-89, sec 14 & 23, Richland, Richland Twp, Kalamazoo County, MI.  Lot N90                   

Graves Registration, Department of Michigan:  Verifies that Henry H CULLER of Co B 120th OH INF, is buried in Prairie Home Cemetery, Richland, Kalamazoo County, MI.  

Wife's death record. "Michigan Death Certificates, 1921-1952" (FamilySearch). Mary E. CULLER was born 28 Dec 1843 at Richland [Co.] OH, and died 4 Nov 1927 at Kalamazoo Co., MI. Her father was Abraham HASSINGER and her mother was Sarah BECK. [Mary E. HASSINGER married Henry H. CULLER in 1867 at Richland Co., OH. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Henry H. CULLER died 24 May 1928 at Kalamazoo Co MI.  

Culler, John J.*   11 Aug 1862
Private John Culler was 19 when he entered service.  He died 3 Feb 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: Buried at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St Louis, Missouri, section 65, grave 171.

Father: George CULLER
Mother:  Elizabeth ERNSBURGER/ARNSBERGER
Birth: 23 May 1843
Marriage:  
Death:   3 Feb 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. 
Cemetery:  Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St Louis, Missouri, section 65, grave 171.
Relationship:  Brother of Melanchthon CULLER of Co B 120th OVI; cousin of Henry CULLER, Co B 120th OVI.  
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Judy Mayberry Belford at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  John J. CULLER, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 3 Feb 1863 at General Hospital Jefferson Barracks MO.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 241, Family 241:  George CULVER, age 39 MD, farmer; Elizabeth, age 23 MD; Malnahton, age 12 OH, farmer; John J, age 7 OH; Charles, age one OH.   [Re: John J. Culler and Melancthon Culler] Parents' marriage. FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Richland County, v. 3, p. 107: George CULLER and Elizabeth ARNSBERGER were married 9 June 1836 by George Leiter. [Elizabeth ERNSBERGER CULLER died 18 Nov 1843 and is buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH. See photo of stone at findagrave, memorial #81143901. According to Marriage Licenses of Frederick County (MD) 1841-1845, by Margaret E. Myers, George Culler married Elizabeth WILES on 27 Jul 1848. The two children of this marriage--i.e., Charles Tilghman CULLER and Mary/Martha Alice CULLER WILSON--were half-siblings of John J. and Melancthon. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1860 Census, Monroe Township, Richland County, OH;  George CULLER age 50 born MD, a farmer; Elizabeth, age 32 born MD; Melanthon age 22, a farmer, born OH [see Melanchthon below]; John J., age 17, a farmer, born OH; Charles F, age 11 OH; Martha A, age 6 OH.

Ohio Marriages:  George CULLER married Elizabeth ARNSBERGER, 9 Jun 1836, Richland Co OH.  

Culler, Melanchthon   11 Aug 1862
Private Melanchthon Culler was 23 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 10 June 1865 at New Orleans, LA by order of War Dept.  

Father: George CULLER
Mother:   Elizabeth ERNSBURGER
Birth:  12 Nov 1837, Venango Co PA
Marriage:  Mary E. RUGH 26 Nov 1868 in Richland County OH.
Death:  4 Mar 1912 in Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH
Cemetery:  IOOF Cem, Lucas, Richland Co OH.
Relationship: Brother of John J. CULLER of Co B 120th OVI; cousin of Henry CULLER, Co B 120th OVI.  
photoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgPhoto Credits:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Melancthon applied for an invalid pension in 5 Dec 1873, Application 188088, Certificate 142793.  No state was given.  Pension Card:  Co B 120th OH Inf.   He was also in Co E 114th OH.  He died 1912.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 241, Family 241:  George CULVER, age 39 MD, farmer; Elizabeth, age 23 MD; Malnahton, age 12 OH, farmer; John J, age 7 OH; Charles, age one OH. [Re: John J. Culler and Melancthon Culler] Parents' marriage. FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Richland County, v. 3, p. 107: George CULLER and Elizabeth ARNSBERGER were married 9 June 1836 by George Leiter. [Elizabeth ERNSBERGER CULLER died 18 Nov 1843 and is buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH. See photo of stone at findagrave, memorial #81143901. According to Marriage Licenses of Frederick County (MD) 1841-1845, by Margaret E. Myers, George Culler married Elizabeth WILES on 27 Jul 1848. The two children of this marriage--i.e., Charles Tilghman CULLER and Mary/Martha Alice CULLER WILSON--were half-siblings of John J. and Melancthon. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1860 Monroe Township, Richland County, OH;  George CULLER age 50 born MD, a farmer; Elizabeth, age 32 born MD; Melancthon age 22, a farmer, born OH; John J., age 17 [see John above], a farmer, born OH; Charles F, age 11 OH; Martha A, age 6 OH.  

Richland County Probate Court Record:  Melancthon CULLER married Mary E. RUGH 26 Nov 1868 in Richland County OH.

I haven't been able to find this couple in the 1870 census.  Melancthon is not living with Geo Sr. in 1870.  

1880 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Malanthan CULLER age 41 OH, a farmer, father born MD, mother ?;  Mary E, wife, age 30 PA, parents born PA;  William A, son, age 10 OH;  Charles A, son, age 8 OH;  George C, son, age 4 OH;  Roy E, son, age 3 months OH;  also living there Thomas WEISER, age 16 PA, a servant.  

In 1883 Melancthon CULLER was listed in the Pensioners of Richland County, living in Lucas.   

In the 1890 special census of pensioners:  Monroe, Richland Co OH:  Line 33, House 113, Family 123: Melancthon CULLER of Company B was living in Monroe Township, PO Lucas, Richland County OH.  He had kidney trouble.

1900 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Melancthon CULLER, age 61, born Nov 1838 OH, married 31 years, a farmer, parents born MD;  Mary E, wife, age 50, born April 1850 PA, married 31 years, 4 children, 4 still living, parents born PA;  Eugene R, son, age 20, born Mar 1880 OH, single, at school;  Abbie G BAKER, ward, age 12, born Oct 1887, OH, parents born PA.  

1910 Lucas Village, Monroe Township, Richland County OH, page 282:  Melancthon CULLER, age 73 OH, marriage one, married 41 yrs, no occupation, father born MD, mother born unknown;  Mary E, age 60 PA, marriage one, married 41 yrs, 4 children, 3 still living, parents born PA;  Eugene [also listed as head], age 30 OH, marriage one, married 1 year, mail clerk on railroad;  Anna, wife, age 32 OH, marriage one, one child, one child living, parents born OH;  Theodore E, son, age 6 months OH. [Note:  Column 30 is marked UA for military service for Melancthon.]

Death record in Ohio:  File # 17938 Malancthon CULLER died 4 Mar 1912 in Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH.  He was 74 yrs, 3months, 22 days.  His father was George CULLER [born MD] and his mother was Elizabeth ERNSBURGER.  He was a widow at the time of his death.  He was born 12 Nov 1837.  Buried in IOOF Cem, Lucas OH.  Informant W. A. CULLER of Lucas OH.  

Davis, Henry   11 Aug 1862
Private Davis was 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged 10 Mar 1863 at Evansville, Indiana on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Henson DAVIS
Mother:  ?Lucinda NORTH
Birth:  <1843>
Marriage:  Julia DEAN on 15 Mar 1872 at Livingston IL
Death:  6 Oct 1900 at Fillmore Co NE
Cemetery: Shickley Cemetery, Shickley, Fillmore Co Nebraska, lot 299.
Requested photo at Find a Grave, 3 Jan 2013.

Undated "Muster Roll of Captain J.P. Rummels Company B of the One hundred and twentieth Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infy." Henry DAVIS was discharged due to "indurated lungs." [From the records of the Ohio Adjutant General, available at the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Pension Index: Henry DAVIS of Co B 120th OVI in Ohio invalid pension: 28 May 1877, Application 236738, Certificate 478482. Widow Julia A., applied 13 Nov 1900, Application 729766, Certificate 522314, filed in NE.  Henry died 6 Oct 1900 at Fillmore Co NE.  

1850 Census, Vermillion Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 252, Family 260:  Henson DAVIS, age 45 VA, farmer; Lucinda, age 44 VA; Mary Jane, age 22 OH; Margaret, age 20 OH; Catherine, age 18 OH; Elen, age 14 OH; William, age 11 OH; Sarah, age 6 OH; Henry, age 5 OH; George, age 2 OH; George NORTH, age 85 MD, farmer.  

1860 Census,  Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 18, Family 18:  Lucinda DAVIS, age 58 VA, manages farm; ?Jane?, age 34? OH, sewing; Ellen, age 24 OH, domestic; Sarah, age 18 OH, domestic; William, age 24 OH, farmer; Henry, age 16 OH; George, age 12 OH.  

1870 Census, Pike Twp, Livingston Co IL, Dwelling 148, Family 148:  Lucinda DAVIS, age 64 MD; Mary J, age 40 VA; Henry, age 25 OH, farmer; George, age 21 OH, farmer.  

Marriage Record:  Henry H. DAVIS married Julia DEAN on 15 Mar 1872 at Livingsto IL.  

1880 Census, Stanton Pct, Fillmore Co NE, Dwelling 42, Family 42:  Henry H. DAVIS, age 32 OH, farmer; Julia A, wife, age 23 IL; Lucy B, daughter, age 7 IL; Maggie M, daughter, age 5 IL; Hanson NORTH, friend, age 20 OH, farmer.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Bryant, Fillmore Co NE: Line 5, House 35, Family 35: Henry DAVIS, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Post Office Shickley, NE.  Disability: lung disease caused by typhoid fever.  

1900 Census, Bryant Twp, Fillmore co NE, Dwelling 94, Family 94:  Henry DAVIS, age 53 OH, born Dec 1846, farmer, married 28 yrs, father born IL, mother born VA; Julia A, wife, age 45 IL, born Apr 1855, married 28 yrs, 8 children/5 still living, parents birthplaces unknown; Maggie M, daughter, age 23 IL, single, born Oct 1876; Leckey P, daughter, age 7 NE, born July 1892; Susie S, daughter, age 4 NE, born Aug 1895.  

Day, Leonidas*   26 Sept 1862
Private Day was 18 when he entered service.  He died 17 Mar 1863 on a hospital boat near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: Emulous DAY
Mother:  Elizabeth CONWELL
Birth:  17 Mar 1844
Marriage:  
Death:  17 Mar 1863 on a hospital boat near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cem, Warren Co, MS [Is not listed at interment.net ]
Relationship:  Brother in law of George FLEMING, Co B 120th OVI

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Leonidas DAY, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 12 Mar 1863 on the floating hospital "Nashville."  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index: Leonidas B. DAY of Co B 120th OH Inf.   Mother, Elizabeth DAY, applied for pension on 12 Sep 1881, Application 285904.  Notation for John F DAY Co C 64th OH [could be brother of Leonidas]  [Pension Index: John F DAY, Co C 64th OH Inf, mother Elizabeth DAY, applied 12 Sep 1881, Application 285904.  Note for Leonidas B. Day, Co B 120th OH Inf..........Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: John F. Day Co C 64th OH Inf, died 11 July 1864 at General Hospital No. 1 Chattanooga TN.  Cause: amputation of rt leg, gun shot wound.  .......Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: John F Day, Pvt, Co C 64th OH Inf, died 11 July 1864.  Chattanooga, TN National Cemetery Section E, 11802.

Leonidas DAY  is listed on the following page as being born 17 Mar 1844, son of Emulous DAY and Elizabeth CONWELL. The family was from Richland and Crawford counties in Ohio. http://members.aol.com/dayfleener/day.htm   His siblings were Amy, John, Sophia, James, Asenath Ann, [Leonidas] according to Family Search.  

1850 Census, Washington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 118, Family 118:  E. H. DAY, age 42 NJ, farmer; Elizabeth, age 35 OH; Sophia, age 12 OH; Seneth, age 11 OH; John J, age 8 OH; Leanadith, age 5 OH; James H., age 3 OH.  

1860 Census, Johnson Twp, Maries Co MO, Dwelling 801, Family 790:  E. H. DAY, age 51 NJ, shoemaker; Elizabeth, age 44 OH; John, age 18 OH farmer; Leander, age 15 OH, farmer; James, age 13 OH.  

In 1870 Census, Leonidas' parents were living in Crestline, Crawford County OH.  Emulus H DAY, age 61 NJ, blacksmith; Elisabeth, age 55 OH; Sophia FLEMING, age 32 OH, widow; Flora E FLEMING, age 10 MO.

 

Dean, Minor H.*   11 Aug 1862    Minor Hartford DEAN
Corporal Dean was 19 when he entered service.  He died 17 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: Benjamin W. DEAN
Mother:  Mary Jane HARTFORD
Birth:  <1843>
Marriage:  
Death:  17 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi  [Not listed on official list for Vicksburg National Cem.]

Undated "Muster Roll of Captain J.P. Rummels Company B of the One hundred and twentieth Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infy." Minor H. DEAN's cause of death was "eresypelas." [From the records of the Ohio Adjutant General, available at the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

1850 Census, Washington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 136, Family 136:  Benj. W. DEAN, age 34 OH, farmer; Mary J, age 28 PA; Minor H, age 7 OH; Mane?? [female], age 2 OH; Ruth A, age 7 months OH; Thomas W. BARNES, age 16 OH, farmer.  

1860 Census, Washington Twp, Richland Co OH, page 252:  Benjamin DEAN, age 45 OH, farmer; Mary Jane, age 41 OH; Harford, age 17 OH; Marriett, age 13 OH; Ruth, age 11 OH; Samantha, age 9 OH; James, age 6 OH; Charles, age 2 OH.  [Richland County Probate Court record:  Benjamin W. DEAN married Mary Jane HARTFORD on 11 May 1842 in Richland Co OH.]

Dent, Joseph   9 Aug 1862
Private Dent was 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged 27 June 1863 on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Leonard DENT
Mother:  Elizabeth BRETZ
Birth:  16 Jul 1843 Monroe, Richland Co OH [ancestry tree]
Marriage:  
Death:  6 Jul 1863 Monroe, Richland Co OH [ancestry tree]
Cemetery:
Parents are buried at Byers, Shambaugh, Monroe Twp Cem, Richland Co OH where Elizabeth is identified as Elizabeth BRETZ.   See Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  Joseph M DENT, B 120th OH Inf.  Mother, Elizabeth DENT, filed 1864 Feb 1, Application 44219, no Certificate.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 145, Family 145:  Leonard DENT, age 45 MD, farmer; Elizabeth, age 43 PA; David, age 16 OH; Catharine, age 10 OH; Joseph, age 7 OH; Levi W., age 5 OH; Samuel J, age 1 OH; Catharine, age 81 MD.  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County OH:  Elizabeth DENT age 52, manager of farm, born PA;  Joseph age 17, born OH, a farmer;  Levi age 14 OH, Samuel age 10 OH, Mary C age 21 OH;  also living there Catherine BRETZ age 47, domestic [maiden], born PA.  

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Joseph M. DENT, died 1863 Batch number I00002-0, Ohio-EASy, Film # 182722

 

Dissinger, Henry   13 Aug 1863
Private  Dissinger was 25 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co D, 48th OVI on 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  

Father: John DISSINGER
Mother:  Mary WAGONER
Birth:  13 Feb 1837, Ohio
Marriage:  Single
Death:  Feb 16 1911 at Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH.
Cemetery:  Manchester Cem.

Not in Pension Index.  

1850 Census, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 2848, Family 2871:  John DISSINGER Jr., age 44 PA, farmer; Mary, age 33 PA; Caroline E, age 14 OH; Leah, agte 9 OH; Henry, age 12 OH; [next page]John M, age 6 months OH.  Living in the next dwelling are John DISSINGER age 76 PA, farmer and Elizabeth??? DISSINGER, age 73 PA.  

1860 census:  Franklin Township, Summit county OH:  John DISSINGER age 55 born PA, a farmer;  Mary age 43, born PA; Henry age 22 born OH, occupation None;  Leah age 19, a domestic, John W age 10, and Hiram age 4 all born in OH

1870 Census:  Franklin Township, Summit County OH:  John DISSINGER, age 64, a farmer, born PA; Mary age 52, PA; Henry age 32 OH, no occupation given; William, age 20 OH, a telegrapher; Hiram age 16 OH.  

1880 Census Manchester, Summit County, OH:  John DISSINGER, age 74 PA, a retired farmer;  Mary, age 63 PA;  Henry, age 43 OH, no occupation listed;  William age 29 OH, no occupation listed.

1900 Census:  Canal Fulton, Lawrence Township, Stark County OH:  Hiram DISSINGER, age 44 born Mar 1856 in OH, a physician,  parents born in PA;  Henry, his brother, age 62, born Oct 1837 in OH, parents born PA, no occupation given.  A servant, Delila Davidson, was living with them.  The census says Henry could read and write and speak English. The question is, why does it appear that he was never employed, yet was accepted into the military.
I haven't found any pension record listed for him.

In 1910 Henry is 70 and  still living with his brother Hiram in the village of Canal Fulton on Canal Street.  He is single.

1920 Census, Hiram is still living in Canal Fulton.

Listed under DIPINGER because of old style script writing of the double S.  
Death record in Ohio:  File # 1463 or 21463 Henry DISSINGER died Feb 16 1911 at Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH.  He was born 13 Feb 1837.  Single.  Retired.  Father John DISSINGER, born Lancaster Co PA.  Mother Mary WAGONER, born Franklin Co PA.  Burial Manchester Cem.  Informant Hiram DISSINGER of Canal Fulton OH.  

Duncan, Aaron   5 Aug 1862      Aaron David DUNCAN
Private Duncan was 26 when he entered service.  He was discharged 25 Aug 1863 at New Orleans, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: Samuel DUNKEN
Mother:  Margaret PEARCE [WorldConnect]
Birth:  3 Feb 1834 at Newville, Richland County OH
Marriage:  Margaret A. BUTTERBAUGH, 22 Oct 1862
Death:  6 Feb 1912, Desoto, Johnson Co, KS
Cemetery: Forest Hill Cem, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO

Pension Index:  Aaron DUNCAN, B 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1884 June 10, Application 515151, Certificate 466362, filed in Missouri.  Widow, Margaret DUNCAN, filed 1912 Feb 16, Application 980699, Certificate 740513, filed in Kansas.  
Pension Card: Aaron died 6 Feb 1912 at Desota, KS.  

Family Search says that Aaron David DUNCAN was born 3 Feb 1834 at Newville, Richland County OH and that died 6 Feb 1912 in Desoto, Kansas and is buried in Kansas City, Missouri.

1850 District 127, Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  Samuel DUNKEN, age 39 born PA, a farmer;  Margaret age 33 OH;  Aaron, age 16 OH, a farmer;   John age 13 OH;  Rachel age 10 OH;  Hannah age 8 OH;  Easter A. age 6 [female]; Samuel age 4 OH.   [Neighbors to the Joseph BUTTERSBAUGH family with a daughter Margaret.]

1860 census:  Monroe township, Richland county OH, Dwelling 185:    Aaron DUNCAN age 24 born in OH, living with Jacob and Jane MANNER.

Richland County Probate Court Marriage Records:  Aaron DUNCAN  married Margaret A. MUTTERSBAUGH on 22 Oct 1862.  [Note:  Should be BUTTERBAUGH.  In 1860 Margaret BUTTERBAUGH age 16 was living with her mother Sarah BUTTERBAUGH in Worthington township, Richland county, OH.  Other researchers say BUTTERBAUGH.]

1870 census:  Tipton City, Centre Township, Iowa:  Aaron DUNCAN age 34 born OH, laborer; Margaret age 25 born OH, Aaron age 7 born OH, Sarah F age 5 born OH, Emma age 2 born IA, John age 4 months born IA.

1880 census:  4th Ward, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri:  Aaron DUNCAN age 46 born OH a laborer, [parents born OH];  Margaret age 37 born OH;  Aaron age 18 born OH, a huckster;  Florence [daughter...not listed in 1870] age 15 born OH; Emma, age 12 born IA; John age 10 born IA.

Have not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, Lexington Twp, Johnson County, Kansas, page 43;  Aaron DUNCAN, age 66 OH, born Feb 1834, married 37 yrs, parents born PA, a farmer; Margaret, wife, age 56 OH, born Jan 1844, married 37 yrs, 5 children/4 still living, parents born PA.  

1910 Census, DeSoto City, Lexington Twp, Johnson County, Kansas, page 39:  Aron DUNCAN, age 76 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, general farmer, father born USA, mother born OH;  Margret, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, 5 children/4 still living, parents born PA.  [Note:  Column 30 indicates UA for military service for Aron.]

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/MOJACKSO/2003-08/1060750671
"The Kansas City Times" (Missouri) Wednesday, February 7, 1912
DEATHS IN KANSAS CITY.
Aaron DUNCAN died last night in DeSoto, Kas., where he went from Kansas City, Mo., five years ago. He had been a resident of this city for thirty years. He was 78 years old and leaves a wife and four children:  A. P. DUNCAN of Kansas City; J. H. DUNCAN of Independence; Mrs. Florence HARTLEY and Mrs. Emma WHITE, both of Oklahoma City, Ok.

"The Kansas City Times" (Missouri) Thursday, February 8, 1912
Funeral services for Aaron DUNCAN, who died Tuesday at his home in DeSoto, Kas., will be held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at Eylar's undertaking rooms. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.

Dunham, James W.*  5 Aug 1862
Musician Dunham was 35 when he entered service.  He died 30 Mar 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  Buried at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri, section 65, grave 177.  
Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1827> Delaware Co OH
Marriage:  Francis Cornelia DAVIS 28 Dec 1845, Richland Co OH
Death:  30 Mar 1863 St. Louis MO
Cemetery:   Buried 2 yrs in a Catholic cemetery before being moved to the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis Co, MO, Section 65, Site 10448.
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Judy Julia Belford at Find a Grave, Jefferson Barracks photo

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: James W. DENHAM, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 2 Feb 1863 at Sisters General Hospital St. Louis, MO.  Cause: hepatitis.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index:  James W DUNHAM, Musician B 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Frances S DUNHAM, filed 1863 Mar 12, Application 14369, Certificate 3569. Minor pension, L. A. DAVIS guardian, filed 1865 Sept 20,  Application 110526, Certificate 74655.
[Was the Guardian Lydia A. DAVIS and was she the mother of Frances Davis Dunham?  
1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1028, 1st Ward Mansfield, Richland County, OH, page 9:  Lydia A DAVIS, age 50 VT....living with Thos H and Maria FORD and family.  I haven't found her in the 1870 census.] 

 Son, Frank, was living in Paulding County, OH. In Representative Citizens of Paulding County 1902,  pp 224 - 227, there is a biography of Frank.  It says his parents were James S and Frances C DAVIS DUNHAM.  James was born in Delaware Co OH and was a tailor.  James was buried 2 yrs in a Catholic cemetery before being moved to the National Cemetery in St. Louis.  James' wife died in 1863 in Mansfield OH.  

Richland County Probate Court Marriage Record:  James DUNHAM  married Francis Cornelia DAVIS 28 Dec 1845.

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 326:  James W. DUNHAM, age 23 OH, a tailor;  Frances C, age 23 NY;  Emily C, age 1 OH.  

1860 census:  Monroe Township, Richland County, OH:  James M DUNHAM age 33 born OH, a tailor;  Francis age 33 born NY; the children all born in OH, Emily age 11; Charles age 9; Waldo age 7; Frank age 4; Minnie age 2; James A age 3 months.  

Widow Frances C. DUNHAM died 21 June 1864

1870 there is a Frank DUNHAM age 14 living in the Ohio Soldiers Orphans Home in City of Xenia, Fourth Ward, Greene County OH.  He is attending school.  Listed right next to him is Minnie DUNHAM age 12, attending school.  These would be the correct ages for James' son Frank and daughter Minnie.  

Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992: Waldo S. Dunham married Jennie Wood Wass at Des Moines, IA, on 18 Nov 1904.  He was born Mansfield, OH.  His father was James DUNHAM.  His mother was Elizabeth DAVIS.  

Pension at fold3.com :
James W. DUNHAM, musician, Co B 120 OH Vols.  Died 3 Feb 1863 at Sisters Hospital in St. Louis MO from pnemonia.
Widow Frances C. DUNHAM died 21 June 1864. Frances C. DAVIS and James DUNHAM were married 28 Dec 1845 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.
Guardian Lydia A. DAVIS of Van Wert Co OH.  Residence of guardian, Van Wert Co OH, post office Van Wert.
 
Children:
Charles Wellman DUNHAM, born 16 Sep 1850
Waldo Spencer DUNHAM, born 15 Sep 1853, attending physician was N. BAKER.  
Frank Willard DUNHAM. born 28 Jan 1856
Minnie Cary DUNHAM, born 8 Nov 1857
James Sumner DUNHAM, born 8 Mar 1860
Elmer Ellsworth DUNHAM, born 11 July 1862


 

Eberhart, Henry H.   23 Oct 1861
Captain Eberhart was age 23 when he entered service.  He was promoted from 1st Lieutenant Co. A Jan 14, 1863; captured 24 May 1863, while in hospital at Raymond, Miss.; transferred to Co.E, 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864. Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.[The pension index also lists him as having been in the 16th Ohio.]  See Company A for family information.  

 

Featherlf, Tillman J.   11 Aug 1862          Tillman John FEATHERULF
Private Featherlf was 24 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E 48th OVI 24 July 1865 [Featherif, T. J.]  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father: Samuel FEATHERAFF
Mother:  Judith CRONOOR
Birth:  9 May 1836 Leheigh Co PA
Marriage:  1Mary ANDREWS,  
2Precilla GREEK 4 May 1871m Wyandot Co OH
3 Lucinda GREEK 28 Jun 1877, Licking County OH.  
Death:  7 Feb 1911 in  Harford Twp, Licking Co OH
Cemetery:  Hartford Cem., Croton, OH  [Licking Co near Columbus]
Tilman FeatherolfPhoto Credit:  Wayne Zill at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  Tilghman J. FEATHERLF, Co B 120th, E 48th OH, E 114th OH.  Invalid applied for 23 Aug 1890, Application 897108, Certificate 692943, filed in OH.  Widow, Lucinda FEATHERLF, applied 13 Feb 1911, Application 958228, Certificate 729006, filed in OH.  Tilghman died 7 Feb 1911.

1850 Census, Upper Macungie, Lehigh Co PA, Dwelling 370, family 389:  Samuel FEDEROLF, age 41 PA, mason; Judith, age 42 PA; Maria, age 16 PA; Tilman, age 14 PA; Samuel, age 10 PA; Eliza, age 8 PA; Sussanna, age 6 PA; Rebecca, age 4 PA.  

1860 Census, 3d Ward Mansfield city, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 352, Family 360: Stillman Fetherl, age 24 PA, miller..........is living with the George and Lucinda PIYN family.  

1st Marriage: Richland County, Ohio Marriage Records, v. 9, p. 351: T.J. FEATHERULF and Mary J. ANDREWS were married 15 May 1866 by Richard Gailey, Minister of the Gospel. The marriage affidavit, dated 10 May 1866, bears the signature of T.J. FEATHERULF. [Mary died 21 Mar 1870 at age 29 years 10 months and 26 days. She is buried at Hastings Presbyterian Cemetery, Monroe Twp., Richland County, OH. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1870 Census, Tymochtee Township, Wyandot County OH:  Tillman FETROUGH, age 34 PA, miller.  He is boarding with George and Ellen HAYMAN.  

Family of wives #2 and #3. 1860 Census, Ridge Twp., Wyandot Co., OH, family #784: Samuel GREEK, age 42 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 40 OH; [next page] Margaret, age 15 OH; Simon, age 13 OH; Elisabeth, age 9 OH; William H., age 7 OH; John, age 5 OH; Lucinda, age 3 OH; Piresella, age 1 OH; Joshua Kimerly, age 26 OH, laborer; Samantha, age 17 OH. [FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Fairfield County (1823-1835), p. 323: Samuel GREEK and Sarah WEILCHHAMER were married 30 Oct 1834 by Michael Nigh, J.P. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Marriage 2 Ohio Marriages:  Tilghman J. FEATHERULF married Pracilla GREEK on 4 may 1871 at Wyandot Co OH.

FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003." Wyandot County, v. 1, p. 46: Samuel G. FEATHERULF was born 21 Feb 1873 at Carey, Wyandot County. His parents were T.J. FEATHERULF and Percilia GREEK, residents of Carey. [Note: This is almost certainly the same child who appears in later records as Edwin T./ Tilman E./Edward Featherulf. Nothing has been found to date to explain the discrepancy between the given name as it appears on the birth record and the various permutations of Tilman Edwin appearing in later records. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Precilley FEATHERULF died 8 Nov 1875 and is buried at North Lawn Cemetery, Licking Co., OH. See Find A Grave, memorial #33537208. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Marriage 3 
Licking County Probate Court record:  T. J. FEATHERULF married Lucinda GREEK on 28 Jun 1877 in Licking County OH.  

Son John born 1878, mother Mary ANDREWS on his death record, but his mother can't be Mary Andrews.  His mother has to be Lucinda Greek.
FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003." Licking County, v. 1, p. 86: [no given name] FEATHERUFF, male, was born 18 Nov 1878 at Utica, OH. His father, T.J. FEATHERUFF, and his mother, L. GREEK, were residents of Utica. [FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Licking County, v. 7, p. 448: John C. FEATHEROLF and Maggie M. WILLIAMS were married 27 Mar 1901 by Rev. W.F. Ringland. According to the marriage license application John C., a farmer at Croton, OH, was born at Utica, OH and was 22 years old on 18 Nov 1900. His parents were T.J. FEATHEROLF and Lucinda GREEK. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

1880 Census, Washington Twp, Licking County, OH, page 234:  Tilman J FEATHERULF, age 44 PA, miller, parents born PA; Lucinda, wife, age 33 OH, parents born OH; Ella M, daughter, age 13 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Edwin T, son, age 7 OH; John C, son, age 1 OH.  

 

1900 Census, Hartford Twp, Licking County, OH, page 182:  Tilman J FEATHERLF, age 64 PA, born May 1836, married 23 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Laurina A, wife, age 54 OH, born Oct 1846, married 23 yrs, 2 children/1 still living, father born PA, mother born OH; Tilman E, son, age 27 OH, born Feb 1873, farm laborer, married 4 yrs; Marietta, daughter-in-law, age 24 OH, born Oct 1875, married 4 yrs, one child/one still living, father born NJ, mother born OH; John C, son, age 21 OH, single, born Nov 1878, farm laborer, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Hartford Village, Hartford Twp., Licking Co., OH, dwelling 199, family 203: Tilgmam FEATHEROFF, age 74 PA, married 31 years, parents born PA, no occupation given; Lucinda, wife, age 64 OH, 2 children/1 living, father born PA, mother born MD. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Death record in Ohio:  File # 12230, Tillman John FEATHERAFF, born 9 May 1836 Leheigh Co PA.  Died 7 Feb 1911 in Hartford, Licking County OH.  Buried in Croton, OH.  Father Samuel FEATHERAFF born PA.  Mother Judith CRONOOR.  He was married and the person providing the information was Mrs. Ella M FEATHERAFF of Centerburg OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 49012, Lucinda FEATHERULF died 30 July 1917 at Ridge Twp, Wyandot Co OH.  Born 30 July 1847 in OH.  No information given about parents.  Widow.  Burial at Croton, OH.  Informant John FEATHERULF of Croton OH.  

Son's Death record in Ohio:  File # 17767, John C. FEATHEROLF died 30 Mar 1945 at Newark City Hospital, Newark, Licking Co OH.  Residence, McKean Twp, Licking Co OH.  Widower.  Wife, Kate L.  Farm laborer.  Born 18 Nov 1878 in Utica, Licking Co OH.  Father Tilghman FEATHEROLF born Johnstown PA.  Mother Mary ANDREWS born Johnstown PA.  Burial Croton Cem.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio: File #29798 (1938). Ella Mae MYERS, wife of Elmer C. MYERS, died 3 May 1938 at Hartford Twp., Licking Co., OH. She was born 16 May 1867 at Mansfield, OH. Her parents, Tilman FEATHEROFF and Mary ANDREWS, were both born at Johnstown, PA. Burial at Centerburg Cemetery. Informant, Laurence J. MYERS, Akron. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

Ferguson, Charles*   9 Aug 1862    Charles B. FERGUSON
Private Ferguson was 33 when he entered service.  He died 15 Sept 1863 at New Orleans, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried in Chalmette, Louisiana in Monument Cemetery.

Father: FERGUSON
Mother:
Birth:  <1829-32> MA
Marriage:  Martha O. SHONT/SHOUT, 21 Oct 1854, Stephentown, Rensalaer Co, NY
Death:  15 Sept 1863 at New Orleans, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Chalmette, Louisiana in Monument Cemetery   [Not listed at Department of Veterans Affairs] Chalmette National Cemetery, Union Database: FERGUSON C., Sec 42, Grave 3155, Pvt, Co B 120 OH Inf, died 16 Sep 1863.  
photoicon2.jpg Photo Credit:  Joseph Mann at Find a Grave

 Listed at: http://www.civilwarhome.com/chalf.htm

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Charles Ferguson, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 15 Sep 1863 at Marine General Hospital New Orleans, LA.  Cause: gastritis.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  C. FERGUSON, Co B 120th OH Inf. Monument Cemetery [Chalmette], New Orleans, LA.  4984

U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  C. FERGUSON, Co B 120 OH Inf, died 16 Sep 1863.  Original place of burial Cypress Grove LA.     Chalmette National Cemetery, grave 3155.  

Pension Index:  Charles B FERGUSON, B 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Martha O FERGUSON, filed 1863 Dec 7, Application 40305, Certificate 53555.  

?????????1850 Census, El Dorado, American River [middle fork], CA, Dwelling 3, Family 3:  Navin? MADDOCKS, age 28 MA?, miner; John HARRIS, age 27 MA?, miner; Charles FERGUSON, age 23 MA?, miner.  

????1850 Census, Nassau, Rensselaer, NY, Dwelling 2032, Family 2453:  Levy C. DISTER, age 28 NH, cloth finisher; Sarah C DISTER, age 30 NY; Madra A. DISTER, [female]age 2 NY; Marth SHONT, age 19 NY.  

 Martha O. SHONT married Charles  B. FERGUSON on 21 Oct 1854 by Elnathan SWEET, Minister of the Gospel.  Both were from Hancock Mass.  But they were married in Stephentown, Rensselaer Co, NY.  

New York, State Census, 1855, Watervliet, Albany County, NY, Family 34:  Charles FERGUSON, age 23, spinner, birthplace unknown, native; Martha O. FERGUSON, wife, age 23, born Rensselaer Co.  Resident in county 2 months.  

Lived for awhile in Springfield, OH.  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 28, family 28: C.B. FURGERSON, age 29 VA, manufactr; Martha O. FURGISON, age 29 VA, manufactr; Ca(t)herine, age 3 VA; George, age 9 months OH. [C.B. Furgerson, dwelling 28, family 28, appears at the bottom of page 4 (handwritten) of the Monroe Twp. records. At Ancestry this page appears as image #8. Martha O. Furgison and the kids, all of whom are also listed at dwelling 28, family 28, appear at the top of page 5 (handwritten) of the Monroe Twp. records. However, at Ancestry, this page appears as image #1. Ancestry has been notified that the pages are out of order. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

Richland County Ohio Cemeteries: Monroe Township, Richland County Genealogical Society (2003). At the Smart-Hoopes-Williams Cemetery there is a listing for William R. FURGASON, son of C.B. and M., who died 18 Dec 1863, age two years and eleven months. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 
 

1883 Pensioners, Richland Co., OH, p. 292: Certificate #53,555. Martha O. FERGUSON, Lucas P.O., widow, receives $8.00 monthly. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1870 Census Lucas, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Mary FERGUSON, age 26 NY, keeping house;  Catherine, age 13 OH;  George, age 10 OH;  Fanny, age 8 OH.  

1880 Village of Lucas, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Martha O FURGESON, age 40 NY, keeping house, father born NY, mother not given;  Fanny M, daughter, age 17 OH, father born Mass, mother born NY.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Martha A FERGUSON, wife of Charles B FERGUSON of Company B was living in Monroe Township, PO Lucas, Richland County OH.  Charles died in New Orleans, LA.  

Martha died 24 Jan 1894.

Pension at fold3.com :
Charles B. FERGUSON, Private, Co B 120th OH Vols.  Enrolled at Monroe [township, Richland Co] OH.  Died 17 Sep 1863 at Marine Hospital New Orleans LA.  Became ill with inflammation of the bowels (gastritis) on about 4 Sep 1863.  
Widow Martha O. FERGUSON, resident of Richland Co OH, post office Lucas.  Martha died 24 Jan 1894.  Martha O. SHONT married Charles  B. FERGUSON on 21 Oct 1854 by Elnathan SWEET, Minister of the Gospel.  Both were from Hancock Mass.  But they were married in Stephentown, Rensselaer Co, NY.  

Children:
Katie FERGUSON, born 14 Nov 1856  (widow said Katy was born at Springfield OH and didn't know name of physician)
George Washington FERGUSON, born 19 Aug 1859 , attending physician was Norman BAKER
Fanny FERGUSON, born 18 May 1863

First, James M.   4 Aug 1862  
Sergeant First was 31 when he entered service.  He was appointed 1st Sergeant 10 Sep 1862; reduced 9 Dec 1862; discharged 24 Mar 1863 on Surgeon's certificate of disability. [ He reenlisted in Company H, 163rd OH Infantry on 2 May 1864 and became second lieutenant.]

Father: Jeremiah FIRST
Mother:  Ruth Ann CRITCHFIELD
Birth:  11 Dec 1831, PA
Marriage:  Sarah VANSCOYCE 5 Dec 1852
Death:  4 Dec 1909 Lucas, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  IOOF Cem, Lucas, OH
Relationship: Brother in law of Peter Vanscoyce of Company B, 120th OVI

James First at Odd Fellows Cemetery 

Jams and Sarah Fist at Odd Fellows Cemetery

Photo Credits:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  James M. FIRST, Co H 163rd OH Inf, filed for invalid pension, 2 Jan 1875, Application 198647, Certificate 175631.  

Centennial Biographical History of Richland Co OH, by Abraham J. Baughman [at Google Books], Lewis Publishing, 1901, pp170 to 172:
Parents were Jeremiah FIRST and Ruth M. CRITCHFIELD.  Family came to Ohio when James was four weeks old.  They located in Holmes Co, then Knox Co and then in Richland Co in 1846 at Madison Twp.  They lived there for three years before moving to Lucas.  James had brother Amos, 3rd OH Vol Cav; Caroline [William SWITZER]; Elizabeth [William A. HULIT.]  James apprenticed to John MARSHALL in Lucas learning shoemaking and after two years opened his own shop in Lucas.  
James joined Company B, 120th OVI, and was sent to Covingto barracks in KY, then to Tennessee where the regiment was assigned to the 13th Army Corps in Sherman's division.  He participated at the rear of Vicksburg, at Arkansas Post, and at Young's Point, LA.  Then was discharged on disability and returned to Lucas.  He joined again in Company H, 163rd OH Infantry on 2 May 1864 and became second lieutenant.  He served for 100 days and was honorably discharged.  
Back in Lucas, he studied Law, was elected Mayor of Lucas for 7 yrs.  
James married Miss Sarah Van Scoyoc in 1852.  They had 9 children.  Three, Elizabeth, Lincoln, and Van Scoyoc were deceased by the publishing of the book.  Still living were: Alice [Franklin GARD] of Washington; John C., electrician; Hattie [Dr. John F. CULLER] of Lucas; Ellsworth E.; Clara [Harry GATES] of Shelby.  

History of Richland County Ohio, from 1808 to 1908: Also Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens of the County, Volume 2; S.J. Clarke Publishing Company 1908
Pages662 - 663
"He participated in the battles of Vicksburg, Chickasaw Bluffs, Arkansas Post, and afterward returned to Young's Point, Mississippi, for the winter.  While in winter quarters he aided in the construction of what was known as the Dutch Canal.  It was never completed, and in fact was started more to keep a multitude of restless men busy than for practical purposes.  After serving for eighteen months of his three years' term of enlistment Mr. First was honorably discharged on account of physical [pg 663] disability and returned home to recuperate, but not being satisfied to remain quietly at home while the Union was in danger he returned to service in the spring of 1864, and was commissioned second lieutenant of company H of the One Hundred and Sixty-Third Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  He was discharged with that rank in December, 1864.  It was not wise that he return to the army, for four years elapsed before he was able to do any manual labor on account of disability brought on by the exposure and hardships of war.
   "After recuperating sufficiently to enable him to work in any way Mr. First passed the civil service examination and became railway mail clerk, remaining in the government employ for eight years on the run from Sandusky to Newark and from Sandusky to Wheeling, West Virginia.  Finally his health became so impaired that he was forced to give up strenuous labor altogether."
   Children with Sarah were: Elizabeth, John, Alice [Mrs. Frank Gard], Harriet, [Mrs. Dr. Culler], Ellsworth; Clara Barton [Mrs. Harry Gates], and Joseph H.  
  "He was mayor of the village of Lucas for seven years; was also notary public for a number of years, and has been a member of the council at different times."
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From James Tracey  Thanks, James!
Census----1850 Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH p 676:  Jeremiah FIRST 34 PA laborer:  Ruth Ann 35 PA;  James 19 OH;  Caroline 13 OH;  Amos 11 OH;  Elizabeth 8 OH 

James' father remarried in 1858.
Census----1860 Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH p 305 :  Jeremiah First 45 PA Carpenter 100 75;  Mary A. 31 PA;  William Newman 10;  Albert 1 

James, having been married in 1852 was already on his own at the time of the 1860 census:
JAMES M.4 FIRST (JEREMIAH3, PHILIP (FRANKS)2, JACOB1) , son of Jeremiah FIRST and Ruth Ann CRITCHFIELD, was born December 11, 1831 in East Union Twp, Wayne County, OH, and died December 04, 1909 in OH. He married SARAH VANSCOYCE December 05, 1852 in Richland County, OH. She was born April 17, 1836, and died December 09, 1904 in OH.

Census----1860 Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH p 302:  James M. First 28 PA Shoemaker;  Sarah 24 OH;  Elizabeth 7 OH;  John C. F. 5 OH;  Mary E. 3 OH;  Harriet 2/12 OH 

James and Sarah First are buried at ODD Fellows (I.O.O.F.) Cemetery, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH

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1870 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County OH, page 250:  J M FIRST, age 38 PA, mayor and insurance agent; Sarah, age 34 OH; Elizabeth, age 16 OH; John, age 14 OH; Mary, age 12 OH; Hattie, age 10 OH; Ellsworth, age 8 OH.  

1880 Census, Village of Lucas, Richland County, OH, page 118:  James M FIRST, age 48 OH, insurance Agt; Sarah, wife, age 44 OH; John C F, son, age 24 OH, works on RR; Alice M, daughter, age 22 OH; Hattie, daughter, age 20 OH, school teacher; Ellsworth, son, age 18 OH, works on RR; Clara B, daughter, age 9 OH; James A, son, age 7 OH.  

1883 Pensioners, Richland Co., OH, p. 292: Certificate #175,6321. James M. FIRST, Mansfield P.O., chronic diarrhea, receives $15.00 monthly, has been receiving pension since Oct 1880. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

1890 Veterans Schedule, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, p. 6, Line 22, house 36, family 42: James M. FIRST, 163 Ohio Inf, 2 May 1864-10 Sept 1864. Disability: chronic diarrhea and piles. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1900 Census, Lucas Village, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 62:  James M FIRST, age 68 PA, born dec 1831, married 47 yrs, capitalist, parents born PA; Sarah, wife, age 67 OH, born Apr 1836, married 47 yrs, 9 children/6 still living; parents born OH; James A, son, age 27 OH, born May 1873, divorced, RR laborer.  

Death record in Ohio:  File # 63870 James M FIRST died 4 Dec 1909 in Lucas, Richland County, OH.  Born 11 Dec 1831 in PA.  Widowed at time of death. Occupation shoemaker.  Buried at IOOF Cem, Lucas, OH.  Father Jeremiah FIRST.  Mother's name unknown.  Informant Hattie CULLER, of Lucas OH.  
 

Fleming, George*   12 Aug 1862
Private Fleming was 29 when he entered service.  He died 21 Mar 1863 on a hospital boat near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  Buried in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: John FLEMING
Mother:  Margery A. TRINDLE  [Ancestry.com]
Birth:  <1833> PA
Marriage:  Sophia DAY, 24 Mar 1857, Richland Co OH [Pension papers]
Death:  21 Mar 1863 hospital boat near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS  [Not listed on official role for Vicksburg National Cem in Warren Co MS]
Relationship: Brother in law of Leonidis DAY, Co B 120th OVI.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: George FLEMING, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 21 Mar 1863 on floating hospital "Nashville".  Cause: debilitas.

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

History of Richland County, Ohio: Its Past and Present, comp. and pub. by A.A. Graham (1880), p. 904: A biographical sketch of John FLEMING, shoemaker, of Barnes [Washington Twp.], reports he married Margery A. TRINDLE in 1831, and that they had five children, viz: Joseph, Mary Ann, George, Jane E. and Thompson. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Future wife's family. 1850 Census, Washington Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 118, family 118: E.H. DAY, age 42 NJ, farmer; Elizabeth, age 35 OH; Sophia, age 12 OH; Seneth, age 11 OH; John J., age 8 OH; Leandith, age 5 OH; James H., age 3 OH. [FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Richland County, v. 3, p. 147: Emilius DAY and Elizabeth CONWELL, Junior, were married 4 Apr 1837 by A. Billings, Minister of the Gospel. Notation by Kerry Kimberly]

1850 Census, Washington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 108, Family 108:  John FLEMING, age 49 PA, farmer; Margy A., age 49 PA; Mary A., age 18 PA; Josh, age 17 PA; Joseph, age 14 OH; Barberry OLSBOUGH, age 74 PA.  

1860 Census, Johnson Twp., Maries Co., MO, dwelling 808, family 797: George PHLEGMING, age 27 PA, carpenter; Sophie, age 22 OH; Florentine, age 3 months MO; John DAY, age 18 OH. [John DAY, brother of Sophia DAY FLEMING, served in the 64th OVI during the Civil War. He died in 1864 at Chattanooga, TN after a gunshot wound led to the amputation of his right leg. George's brother, Joseph, is found at dwelling 807, family 796, where he is listed as age 24, born OH and a shoemaker by occupation. Listed with Joseph is his wife, Assenath (aka Asentha) who was the sister of Sophia DAY FLEMING. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

According to Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records, by the Richland County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society (1981), p. 393: Georgianna FLEMING, daughter of G. & S., is buried at Little Washington Cemetery, Washington Twp., where her stone indicates she died 10 Sep 1863, age six months and sixteen days. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1870 Census, Crestline, Crawford Co OH, Dwelling 68, Family 72:  Emulus H. DAY, age 61 NJ, blacksmith; Elisabeth, age 55 OH; Sophia FLEMING, age 32 OH, widow; Flora E FLEMING., age 10 MO.  

1880 Census, Crestline, Crawford Co OH, Dwelling 399, Family 420:  Elizabeth DAY, age 65 OH, father born VA, mother born MD; Sophia FLEMING, daughter, age 42 OH, father born NJ, mother born OH; Flora FLEMING, age 19 grandchild, age 19 MO, father born PA, mother born OH.  

1890 Special Veterans Schedule, Crestline and Jackson, Crawford Co OH:  Line 38, House 636, Family 64?:  Sophia FLEMING widow of George FLEMING, Co B 120th OH.  PO Union OH.  

1900 Census, Thoman st, Crestline, Crawford Co OH, Family 136:  Sophia FLEMING, age 62 OH, widow, born Mar 1836, 1 child/1 still living, parents born OH;  Flora, daughter, age 40 MO, single, born Feb 1860, father born PA, mother born OH; William G HOOVER, boarder, age 52 OH, single, born Sep 1847, parents born OH, baggage master on railroad.  

Widow, Sophia DAY FLEMING is buried at Crestline-Greenlawn Cemetery, Richland Co., OH, where her stone indicates that she died 25 May 1904. See Find A Grave, memorial #96095280. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Daughter, FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Crawford County, v. 16, p.190: Flora E. FLEM(M)ING and William G. HOOVER were married 18 Aug 1904 by J.W.H. Brown, VDM. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Daughter, 1910 Census, Mansfield, Madison Twp., Richland Co., OH, ED 183, sheet 3-B: 239 West Fifth Street, dwelling 77, family 83, Flora E. HOOVER, widow, age 50 MO, no children, father born PA, mother born OH, no occupation given, renting. [Flora was living in the same dwelling as the family of Isiaaiah (sic) K. UMBARGER, a 54 year old insurance agent who owned the house. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Daughter's Death record in Ohio. File #79705 (1947). Flora E. HOOVER, widow of W.G. HOOVER, died 28 Dec 1947 at Mansfield OH. She was born 21 Feb 1860 at MO. Her father, George FLEMING, and her mother, Sophia DAY, were both born in Ohio. Burial at Crestline, Richland County. Informant, Mrs. O.F. SHIVELY, Mansfield, OH [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

Brother's Death record in Ohio: File #21032 (1916). Joseph FLEMING died 17 Mar 1916 at Mansfield, OH. He was born 16 Apr 1836. His father, John FLEMING, and his mother, Margrath TRENDEL, were both born at PA. Burial at Mansfield Cemetery. Informant, Mrs. [E.?] Charles, Mansfield, OH. [It appears that Joseph was not buried at Mansfield Cemetery, but at Little Washington Cemetery, in Washington Twp., Richland County, OH, where his parents and both of his wives are also buried. See Find A Grave, memorial #64868744. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Pension Index:  George FLEMING, Co B 120 OH Inf. , died 21 Mar 1863 at Youngs Point, MS.  Died of fever.  Another document says that George died of fever on a hospital boat on 20 Mar 1863.  Widow, Sophia FLEMING applied 5 May 1863, Application 20572, Certificate 8859.  Information from widow's record:  Wife: Sophia DAY, 1 May 1863 post office Barnes, Richland Co OH. George Flemming married Sophia Day 24 Mar 1857 at Richland Co OH by A.K. Owen, Minister of the Gospel.

Children under 16 when father died:
Flora E. born 21 Feb 1860; Affidavit of Mary GRAHAM who stated, "...that she is well acquainted with the child of George Fleming...and knows that his only child, under sixteen years of age, ...Flora Fleming born Feby 21 1860 at Marys County Missouri...that she was presant and assisted Mrs. Fleming during  her confinement..."  5 Mar 1874, Crawford co OH.

Georgeanna born 23 Feb 1863.  Georgeanne died 10 [1 or 13]  Sep 1863.   Elizabeth DAY testified that "during the year 1863 she resided in Washington Township Richland County Ohio, and affiant further says that Sophia Fleming was residing with her at that time, and sometime during the month of September AD 1863, Georgiana Fleming died, daughter of Sophia Fleming......"  Sophia testified that "on February 23th 1863 she was confined with a female child, that the child was afterwards named Georgiana, affiant further says, that her child Georgiana died on the Tenth day of September AD 1863, at the Township of Washington in the County of Richland and State of Ohio, at the House of Elizabeth Day....."

 Flora Uretta FLEMING was born in Maurice Co, MO 21 Feb 1860.  Elizabeth DAY testified about Flora's birth, that she had visited "her house a few days thereafter." Emule H. DAY testified that his wife "waited upon Sophia Fleming during her confinement..." living in village of Washington, Richland Co OH.    Sophia died 25 May 1904.    Sophia was living in Crestline, Crawford Co OH in Oct 1866.  Only child listed on 27 Oct 1866 was Flora.   On 29 Apr 1871, Sophia Fleming was resident of Crestline, Crawford Co OH.  

Force, James*   9 Aug 1862
Private Force was 19 when he entered service.  He died 9 Jun 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
James Force of Co B 120th OVI is buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi.  But the Interment site says that he died on 15 May 1863.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  Buried in section H, grave 117.
Father: Mathew FORCE
Mother:  Ann HUNTER
Birth:  <1843> OH
Marriage:  
Death:  15 May 1863 or 9 Jun 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, MS  [Force, James, d. 15 May 1863, Plot: H 117, Pvt, Civil War, Co B 120th OH]
James Force at VicksburgPhoto Credit:  William Sanders at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: James FORCE, Pvt, Co B 120 OH Inf, died 15 May 1863 at Van Buren General Hospital Millikins Bend, LA.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  moved from grave yard at Marshall Plantation, Madison Parish, LA.  Running number 575.  J. FORCE, Private, Co B 120th OH Volunteer Infantry, died 9 June 1863.  Vicksburg section H 117

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962: J. FORCE (J. M.), Co B 120 OH Reg., died 15 May 1863, originally buried at graveyard at Marshall plantation, west bank Mississippi, Madison Parish, LA.    Vicksburg National Cemetery, Sec H Grave 117.  

Not on Pension Index that I have found.

1850 Census, Washington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 240, Family 240:  Ann FORCE, age 39 NY, no occupation listed; Wm H., age 12 NY; James, age 7 OH; David O, age 5 OH; Lewis B., age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, page 297:  John WOLF, age 66 PA, farmer; Ann, age 48 NY; William FORCE, age 23 NY, farmer; James FORCE, age 17 OH, farmer; Oscar D. FORCE, age 15 OH, farmer; Lewellin P. WOLF, age 5 OH; John B., age 1 OH.  [The name FORCE on the record was very difficult to read and that is probably why it was difficult to find with an index.]

History of Richland County, page 858
WOLFE, JOHN, Jr., farmer; P. 0. Lucas. John Wolfe, Sr., was born in the State of Pennsylvania Aug. 13, 1794 ; he was a school teacher in early life, but he was by occupation a farmer ; in the spring of 1816, he came to the State of Ohio with his father, Adam Wolfe. The Wolfes entered a quarter-section of land where Gould Tucker now lives. John was married to Margaret Baughman in 1825 ; they were the parents of ten children. Mr. Wolfe bought 160 acres of land near Pinhook, for $200, which he cleared and cultivated. His wife died on July 19, 1850. Mr. Wolfe was married to Mrs. Ann Force on March 23, 1854 ; his second wife had six children by her first husband, Mathew Force, and two sons by her second marriage — Perry and John Wolfe. Mrs. Ann Wolfe was a daughter of William Hunter. Mr. Wolfe died Feb. 22, 1876 ; his widow still resides on the old homestead ; she is 68 years of age, being born Aug. 13, 1811 ; her daughter, Elizabeth, and her two youngest sons live with her, and care for her as her advancing years demand. John Wolfe, Sr., served in the war of 1812. Abraham and Solomon Wolfe and Oscar and James Force served in the late war. James died at Milliken's Bend and Solomon after he had started for home; the others came home safe.

 

Freed, Joseph B.*   11 Aug 1862
Private Freed was 24 when he entered service.  He died 15 Ap 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  Buried in section E, grave 113.

Father: Joseph FREED
Mother:  Hanna SNYDER
Birth:   9 Jun 1837 
Marriage:  Mary BARR married 28 Feb 1861
Death:  15 Ap 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, MS [Interment.org: Freed, J. B., d. 10 Apr 1863, Plot: E 1565, Pvt, Civil War, Co B 120th OH Reg]
Joseph B. Freed at VicksburgPhoto Credit:  William Sanders at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Joseph FREED, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 19 Apr 1863 at Van Buren General Hospital Millikens Bend, LA.  Cause:  asthma.

U.S., Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: originally buried at graveyard at Marshal Plantation, Madison Parish, LA.  running number 637 J. B. FREED, Pvt, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 15 Apr 1863         Vicksburg National Cemetery E 113

U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962: Originally buried graveyard at Marshal plantation, west bank Mississippi River, Madison Parish, LA.   J. B. FREED, Co B 120 OH reg, died 19 Apr 1863.  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Sec E 1565.

Pension Index:  Joseph B FREED, B 120th OH Inf.   Widow Mary FREED applied for widow's pension 28 May 1863, Application 22803, Certificate 8865,but no state was given. Minor, H. STATLOR guardian, 1869 Jan 27, Application 170923, Certificate 146007 . No state given.  [Mary married Henry STATLER on 11 Oct 1867 at Butler, Richland Co OH. Joseph died 19 Apr 1863 at Miliken Bend LA of asthma.  Several pages say asthma.  Another page from the Adjutant General's Office says Joseph died 15 Apr 1863 at Van buren Hospital from chronic diarrhrea.  Mary STATLER died 16 May 1919.  Joseph's child David Benton FREED was born 17 Dec 1861 at Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH.  Mary's second husband died 16 Sep 1886 at Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH.  Mary STATLER of 656 Coburn St, Akron OH, died 16 May 1919.

World Connect contributor:  Born 9 Jun 1837.  

1850 Census, Springfield Township, District No 128, Richland County, OH Series: M432  Roll: 724  Page: 386:  
Joseph FREED age 41 born PA, a farmer;  Hannah age 41 VA;  Daniel age 20 OH, a laborer;  Samuel age 17 OH a farmer;  Elizabeth age 13 or 63 but I think it is 13 OH, a farmer; Joseph age 12 OH;  Sarah age 10 OH;  Martha age 8 OH;  Henry age 4 OH;  Rachel age 2 OH;  Isaac age 1 OH;  Jacob age 1 OH.  Also living there are Jaban and Rebecca HARRIS with Thomas, Lucetta, and William.  Jaban is a school teacher.  [History of Richland Co OH, Springfield Twp, page 895: FREED, Joseph, deceased, came to this county in 1833 ; formerly lived in Pennsylvania, where he was born 1808. In 1827, he married Hanna Snider; they had fifteen children, seven of whom are dead. The youngest son, Isaac Freed, was born in 1849, and lives on a farm of 123 acres, a part of the southwest quarter of Sec. 19. Joseph Freed died Feb; 6, 1873.]

In the 1860 census, Springfield Township, Richland County OH,  there is a Joseph FREED listed as age 32. This could be a mistake, since he would have been 22.  He is on the page living with William WILEY and is a farm hand born in OH.  Also listed in the previous dwelling are Joseph and Hanna FREED, both age 50.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Worthington, Richland Co OH: Line 31, House 217, Family 225:  Mary Statler, formerly widow of Joseph FREED, Pvt, Co B 120 OH Inf;  Post Office Butler, OH.  Disability Ashtma and chronic diarrhoea.  Died while in service.  

Richland County Probate Court:  Joseph B. FREED married Mary BARR on 28 Feb 1861 in Richland County OH.  

Brother, Death record in Ohio:  File # 40712, Isaac FREED, of 1278 Marien Court, died 15 July 1932 in Rocky River, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Widowed.  Wife Alice L.  Born 15 Apr 1849 in Ontario, OH.  Farmer.  Father, Joseph FREED born PA.  Mother Hanna SNYDER, born W. VA.  Burial Mansfield OH.  Informant J. Homer FREED of 6606 Fir? Ave.  

Not on original list.  Not to be confused with John GABLE of Company F who died during the war.  
Jonathan GABLE, Co B 120th OH Inf;  Co B 5th OH Cav [30 Jan 1865 to 30 Oct 1865].  
Father: Daniel GABLE
Mother:  Sarah POTTER
Birth:  17 May 1839 OH
Marriage:  1 Elizabeth MOREHEAD, 1 Feb 1866, Putnam Co OH
2 Eliza BYERS
3 Elizabeth TURNER, 27 Aug 1889 Putnam Co OH
Death: 22 Dec 1911, Soldiers and Sailors Home, Erie Co OH
Cemetery: Butler, OH  [Richland Co OH]

Pension Index:  Jonathan GABLE, Co B 120 OH Inf, and Co B 5th OH Cav.  applied for invalid pension 9 July 1866, Application 111399, Certificate 313213.  

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 241, Family 245:  Daniel GABEL, age 50 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 48 PA; Sarah, age 22 PA; Caroline, age 18 PA; Daniel, age 18 OH, farmer; John, age 13 OH; Jonathan, age 10 OH; Rebecca, age 8 OH.  

1860 Censusi, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 74, Family 78:  George GARRETT, age 63 PA,  farmer; Elizabeth, age 62 PA; Levi, age 40 PA, farmer; Franklin, age 21 OH, farmer; Mariah HORN, age 7 OH; Johnathan GABLE, age 20 OH, laborer.  

Ohio Marriage Record:  Jonathan GABLE married Elizabeth MOREHEAD on 1 Feb 1866 in Putnam Co OH.  

1870 Census, Blanchard Twp, Putnam Co OH, Dwelling 200, Family 200:  Squire DARLING, age 48 OH, farmer; Susan, age 47 PA, house keeper; Eliza BYERS, age 18 OH; Jonathan GABLE, age 30 OH?, farm laborer.  

1880 Census, Riley Twp, Putnam Co OH, Dwelling 93, Family 99:  Edmond RAIBE, age 25 NY, farming; Mary M, age 28 OH, wife, parents born Elses?; Mary A, age 2 OH, daughter; William E., son, age 10 months OH, born July; Johnithan GABLE, age 37 OH, married, servant, parents born PA.  

??Ohio Marriage record:  Johnathan GABLE married Eliza BYERS, 14 Dec 1882, Putnam Co OH.  or Johnathan GABLE married Eliza BYERS on 20 May 1886, Putnam Co OH.  

Ohio Marriage record:  Jonathan GABLE married Elizabeth TURNER on 27 Aug 1889 in Putnam Co OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Blanchard, Putnam Co OH: Line 2, House 254, Family 258, Johnathan GABLE, Private Co B 5th OH Volunteer Cavalry, 30 Jan 1865 to 30 Oct 1865.  

1900 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 136, Family 138:  Jonathan GABLE, age 68 OH, born May 1841, married 12 yrs, parents born PA, no occupation listed; Elizabeth, wife, age 68 OH, born Sep 1841, married 12 yrs, 2 children/1 still living, father born NY, mother born VA; Eva M., daughter, age 13 OH, born March 1887, parents born OH.  [Eva was the daughter of Jonathan and Eliza BYERS according to her marriage record.  On 1 Apr 1904 in Richland Co OH, Eva GABLE, born 1886 in Butler, married J. E. WARD, born New Salem, OH.  Her parents were Jonathan GABLE and Elizabeth BEYERS.]

1910 Census, 114 Riblet St,  Galion, Polk Twp, Crawford Co OH, Dwelling 34, Family 35:  Jonathan GABLE, age 80 OH, third marriage, married 27 yrs, parents born PA, retired house carpenter, marked UA for military service; Elizabeth, wife, age 70 OH, second marriage, 2 children/0 living, father born NY, mother born VA.  

 Death record in Ohio:  Johnathan GABLE died 22 Dec 1911 at Soldiers and Sailors Home, Perkins, Erie Co OH.  Born 17 May 1839 OH. Widowed.  Farmer.  Residence Putnam Co OH.  Burial Butler OH.  Father Daniel GABLE born Reading PA.  Mother Sarah POTTER born PA.  

Goon, Jacob   11 Aug 1862
Private Goon was 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI on 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father: Daniel GOON
Mother:  Leah WEAVER
Birth:  25 Feb 1838 in OH
Marriage:  Eliza KINDLE, 2 Nov 1866, Ashland Co OH.  
Death:   12 Jan 1913 Lexington, Richland County, OH
Cemetery:  Lexington Cemetery, Richland Co, OH
This is on my photography list.

Undated "Muster Roll of Captain J.P. Rummel's Company B of the One hundred and twentieth Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infy." Jacob GOON, private, enrolled Aug 12th/62 at Worthington [Twp.] by Lieut. Strickler. [From the records of the Ohio Adjutant General, available at the Ohio Historical Society. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Pension Index:  Jacob GOON, B 120th, E 48th and E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 27 Oct 1876, Application 227092, Certificate 176344.  Widow, Eliza GOON,  filed 1913 Feb 3, Application 1001571, Certificate 760137, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Jacob died 12 Jan 1913 at Lexington OH.  

1850 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 201, Family 201:  Daniel GOON, age 35 PA, farmer; L. female, age 28 OH; E. male, age 14 OH; J., male, age 12 OH; L. female, age 10 OH; J. male, age 8 OH; C. female, age 5 OH; L. female, age 2 OH; E. female, age 66 PA.  

Possible siblings listed for Jacob with his parents, Daniel and Leah,  in 1860 are Levina, John, Christina, Susan, David and Mary.  But Jacob wasn't listed with them.  There is a Jacob GOON listed with Jacob and Susan HUNT family in Jackson Twp, Benton Co IA on page 715-716, Dwelling 52, Family 51.  He is age 22 OH, a farm hand.
1860 Census, Jackson, Benton Co IA, Dwelling 52, Family 51:  Jacob S. HUNT, age 38 PA, farmer; Susan, age 34 PA; George, age 13 OH; Adelaide, age 11 OH; Alica A, age 8 OH; [next page] Jacob GOON, age 22 OH, farm hand; Daniel W. ARTIST, age 20 PA, farm hand; William H. BROLLIAR???, age 5 OH.    [In 1870 this family had moved to Swan City, Saline Co Nebraska, House 413, Family 404.  Alicia, age 19, was the only child with them.   William BRALLIER was living next door with Sarah BRALLIER.]

Family Search:  Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Jacob GOON married Eliza KINDLE on 4 Nov 1866 at Ashland Co OH.  [This date, 4, is really hard to read, but after looking at it a long time, the webmaster believes that 4 is correct.  The license was applied for on 2 Nov.]  [Corrected by Kerry Kimberly.]

1870 Census:  Perrysville, Green Township, Ashland County OH:  Jacob GOON, age 32, born OH, railroad laborer; Eliza, age 26, OH, a female child age 3 born OH, but I can't read the name.  [FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003." Ashland County, v. 1, pp. 14-15: Ida Josaphane Goon was born 25 Oct 1867 at Loudenville, Ashland County. Her father, Jacob Goon, and her mother, Eliza Goon, were residents of that county. Notation contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1880 Census Perry, Richland County OH:  Jacob GOON age 42 OH, a farmer, parents born PA;  Eliza, wife, age 36 OH parents born PA;  Ida J, daughter, age 11 born OH.  

1883 Pensioners, Richland Co., OH, p. 292: Certificate #176,344. Jacob GOON, Lexington P.O., chronic diarrhea, receives $4.00 monthly, began receiving pension in Oct 1880. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

[Ida J. married Edgar B. Ritchie in 1889.  She died in 1958 and is buried at Lexington Cemetery. Notation contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1890 Veterans Schedule: Perry Twp, Richland Co OH: Line 9, House 99, Family 97, Jacob Goan [sic], Company B, 120th OH Inf.  Post office address: Perry Township, Richland Co OH.  No disability was listed.  

1900 Census:  Perry Township, Richland County OH:  Jacob GOON age 62 born OH, born Feb 1838, married 33 yrs, parents born PA; Eliza age 58, born Dec 1841 in OH, parents born MD, one child [still living].

1910 Census:  Perry Township, Richland County OH:  Jacob GOON age 72, marriage 1, married 44 yrs, born Oh, father born PA, mother born OH, has own income;  Eliza, wife, age 68, marriage 1, married 44 yrs, born OH, parents born MD, had one child, one still living.

Listed in online Ohio Death Index:  Jacob GOON died 12 Jan 1913 in Richland County OH.  Eliza died 4 Nov 1919 in Richland County OH.

Sons of Union Veterans: Birth 25 Feb 1838.  Burial Lexington Cem, US Rt 42, Lexington, Troy Twp, Richland County OH.  

Death record in Ohio:  File # 5269, Jacob GOON, died 12 Jan 1913 in Perry? Twp, Richland County, OH.  He was born 25 Feb 1838 in OH.  Buried at Lexington OH.  Father Daniel GOON, mother Leah WEAVER.[both born OH].  Married.  Farmer.  Informant E B RITCHIE of Lexington OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 66630, Eliza GOON died 4 Nov 1919 in Perry Twp, Richland Co OH.  Widow.  Born 15 Dec 1842 in OH.  Father Wm KINDLE, born VA.  Mother Elizabeth BUD or BURL, born Maryland?  Buried Lexington OH.  Informant E B RITCHIE of Lexington.

Daughter Eliza Goon Ritchie died 21 Sep 1958 in Mansfield, OH.  She was age 90 and was buried in Lexington Cemetery, Richland Co OH.  

Gorrell, Calvin*   4 Aug 1862      GARRELL     GARLE
Private Gorrell was 29 when he entered service.  He died 23 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: ?Joseph GARRELL
Mother:  
Birth:  <1835> OH
Marriage:  Nancy WILLIAMS, 26 Dec 1858 in Richland County OH
Death:  23 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS.  [Not listed at Department of Veterans Affairs at that cemetery.]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Calvin GARLE, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 23 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Have not found in Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960.

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962.

Pension Index: Calvin GARRELL, Co B 120 OH Inf.  Widow, Nancy GARRELL, applied 25 Jun 1864, Application 25824, Certificate 15151.   Information found in widow's pension records: Calvin enrolled at Monroe, Richland Co OH. Died Youngs Point, LA, 23 FEb 1863, of chronic diarrhea.  Typhoid fever on another page.  Marriage: 26 Dec 1858 at Richland Co OH.  Child Alvasetta GARRELL who was 2 yrs old.  Enrolled for military at Monroe, OH.  William P. WILLIAMS and James M. FIRST of the same company testified about his death and causes.  

Ancestral file at Family Search.  Calvin GORRELL born 1835 [maybe Knox Co OH].  Father Joseph GORRELL.  Mother Maria LAUDERBAUGH.

1850 Census, North Bloomfield Twp, Morrow Co OH, Dwelling 728, Family 738:  Joseph GARRELL, age 35 PA, laborer; Elizabeth, age 31 PA; Calvin, age 15 OH; Rachel A, age 11 OH; Sarah J, age 5 OH; Lydia, age 4 OH; John W., age 2 OH.  

Richland County Probate Records:  Calvin GORRELL married Nancy WILLIAMS on 26 Dec 1858 in Richland County OH.
 
1860 Census Lucas, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Calvin GARL age 25 OH, a laborer;  Nancy age 23 OH;  Sevilla M, age 4 or 9 months OH.

 1890 Veterans Schedule: Mansfield, Richland Co OH: Line 29, House 137, Family 148:  Mary SAMS, widow of Calvin GORRELLE, Pvt, Co C [incorrect] 120 could not answer the rest.   Post Office, No 5, NE Diamond St.  Remarks: discharged from hospital.  

Haiser, Conrad   2 Oct 1862     HASER
Private Haiser was 18 when he entered service.  He enlisted in 2d Louisiana Cavalry (date not given)[Ancestry.com/American Civil War Soldiers]  Also listed in Co E, 48th OVI.   Conrad Haiser listed in Co E, 114th OH Inf.      Listed as Haiser and Haser in Co B 120th OVI.  Mustered out of Co E, 48th OH on 14 Oct 1865.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1844>
Marriage:  
Death:  
Cemetery:

Brothers Daniel, Jacob and Matthias HARTER below

Harter, Daniel   5 Aug 1862
Private Daniel Harter was 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father: Wm HARTER
Mother:  Elizabeth RUDISELL
Birth:  12 Mar 1842 in OH
Marriage:  Margaret NORRIS
Death:  27 Sep 1931 in Bloomfield Twp, Trumbull County, OH
Cemetery:  Mansfield, OH
Relationship: ????Jacob and Matthias HARTER of Company B

Pension Index:  Daniel HARTER, E 114th, E 48th, B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1882 July 6, Application 454002, Certificate 360117, filed in OH.  

1850 Census District 127 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  William HARTER age 40 PA, a farmer;  Matthias age 18 OH, a farmer [see Matthias below];  Emanuel, age 17 OH, a farmer; Charlotte age 14 OH;  Sarah age 18 OH;  Susan age 11 OH;  Daniel age 9 OH;  Jacob age 7 OH [see Jacob below];  Adam age 5 OH;  Benjamin age 2 OH;  Lydia ROBLET?, age 25 OH.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County, OH:  William HARTER age 39 [age is probably wrong on this census] PA, a stone mason; Nancy age 54 VA; Charlotte age 24 OH, a domestic; Daniel age 19 born OH , a farmer; Jacob, age 17 OH, a farmer; Adam, age 15 OH, a farmer; Benjamin, age 13 OH; Mary age 12? OH.  

1870 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 418:  Margaret HARTER, age 23 OH; Zebediah [female], age 10 months, born in July OH.  She is living with J A GREER or GREEN and Elizabeth with child Mary.  [Where was Daniel?]

1880 Census Mansfield, Richland County, OH:  Daniel HARTER, age 38 OH, a laborer, parents born PA;  Margaret, wife, age 34 OH, father born PA, mother OH;  Zuba D. W. , daughter, age 10 OH;  Gertrude M., daughter, age 7 OH.

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1910 Census, Mansfield Ward 4, Richland Co OH:  Daniel HARTER, boarder, age 68 OH, laborer with lumber company, divorced.......... was living with George, Louisa and Anna EICLE or EICH in 1910.  

 In 1920 there is a Daniel HARTER, a widower,  living in Mansfield, Richland County OH, age 77 born OH, parents born PA.  No occupation.  He is a lodger with George and Louisa ?EICH.  [He was living with George and Louisa EICLE in 1910 also and living in 1900 with Frank C. and Jennie V. DARR, also in Mansfield.]

1930 Census, on or near Clover Hill Rd., Bloomfield Twp, Trumbull Co OH, Dwelling 4, Family 4:  James W. HILL, age 42 OH, age at first marriage 28, dairyman on farm, father born OH, mother born England; Nellie W, wife, age 33 OH, age at first marriage 19, parents born OH; Svella I, daughter, age 11 OH; Daniel HARTER, grandfather, age 88 OH, widower, age at first marriage 27, parents born PA, veteran of Civil War.  

Death record in Ohio:  File # 56912, Daniel HARTER died 27 Sep 1931 in Bloomfield Twp, Trumbull County, OH.  Born 12 Mar 1842 in OH.  Widowed. Farmer.  Wife was Maggie HARTER.  Buried in Mansfield, OH.  Informant Mrs. Nellie HILL of Orwell, OH, rural delivery.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio:  File # 45077 Adam HARTER died 6 July 1931 at WAshington Twp, Richland Co OH.  He was married to Sarah MAY.  Born 18 Mar 1845 in OH.  Retired contractor.  Parents Wm HARTER and Elizabeth RUDISELL, born PA.  Burial Shelby OH.  Informant B.F. HARTER of Mansfield, RFD5.

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  File #25737, Gertrude M. STEINER of 801 Lorain St, died 3 Apr 1926 at St. Vincents Hospital, Toledo, Lucas Co OH.  Married to Frank STEINER.  Born 1 July 1870.  Father Daniel HARTER born OH.  Mother Margaret NORRIS.  Informant Frank STEINER OF 801 Lorain St.  Burial at Mansfield OH.  

 

Harter, Jacob*   5 Aug 1862
Private Jacob Harter was 19 when he entered service.  He died 25 July 1863 at Black River, Mississippi.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

J. Harter of Co B 120th OVI is buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi.  But the Interment site says he died 20 July 1863.
A Centennial Biographical History of Richland County, OH by A J Baughman:
Mathias HARTER and Jacob HARTER were brothers.  Jacob died in a government wagon on the road between Jackson and Black river.
Father: William HARTER
Mother:  Elizabeth RUDESILLE
Birth:  <1843>
Marriage:  
Death:  25 July 1863 at Black River, Mississippi
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi
Relationship:  Daniel and Matthias HARTER of Company B.
Jacob Harter, at Vicksburg National CemeteryPhoto Credit:  Natalie Maynor at Find a Grave.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Jacob HARTER, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 24 Jul 1863, Regimental Hospital.  Cause: congest fever.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960.

US National Cemetery, Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  J. HARTER, Co B 120 OH Inf., Originally buried at Robert Spear's plantation, Warren Co, MS  [in record of  W. H. BERRY].   Date of death not given, Vicksburg National Cem, R 10375

 No Pension that I have found.  

1850 Census District 127 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  William HARTER age 40 PA, a farmer;  Matthias age 18 OH, a farmer [see Matthias below];  Emanuel, age 17 OH, a farmer; Charlotte age 14 OH;  Sarah age 18 OH;  Susan age 11 OH;  Daniel age 9 OH [see Daniel above];  Jacob age 7 OH;  Adam age 5 OH;  Benjamin age 2 OH;  Lydia ROBLET?, age 25 OH.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County, OH:  William HARTER age 39 [age is probably wrong on this census] PA, a stone mason; Nancy age 54 VA; Charlotte age 24 OH, a domestic; Daniel age 19 born OH , a farmer; Jacob, age 17 OH, a farmer; Adam, age 15 OH, a farmer; Benjamin, age 13 OH; Mary age 12? OH. 

See more information above in Daniel HARTER's section.  

???Brother's death record:  File # 45077, Adam HARTER died 6 July 1931 at Washington Twp, Richland Co OH.  Born 18 Mar 1845 in OH.  Married.  Husband of Sarah May.  Retired contractor.  Father Wm HARTER born PA.  Mother Elizabeth RUDESILLE, born PA.  Burial at Shelby OH.  Informant B. F. HARTER.  

Harter, Matthias   10 Aug 1862     Mathias
Sergeant Harter was 31 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Corporal 13 Feb 1864; transferred to Co E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E 48th OVI 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.
Father: William HARTER
Mother:  Mary RUDESILL
Birth:  23 or 28 Nov 1831, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH
Marriage:  1]Regina GRAUER
                 2]Harriet "Hattie" NEWTON BERRY
Death:  26 Jan 1903
Cemetery:  Bunker Hill Cem, Richland Co OH.
Relationship:  Jacob and Daniel HARTER of Company B.
Photos at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Mathias HARTER, E 48th, E 114th and B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid pension 19 Mar 1887, Application 602857, Certifcate 762018, filed in OH.  Widow Hattie HARTER filed for widow's pension in 1903 July 17, Application 788187, Certificate 571746, filed in Ohio.  

Brother of Jacob Harter above.
Hardesty's Richland = Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia. [Richland County OH version] 1885...original available at the Ohio Historical Society.  There is also a version of the soldier's biographies extracted from the above Hardesty's that has been published by the Richland County Genealogical  Society, 1998 called Richland County, Ohio Civil War Veterans.  Hardesty's states that Mathias Harter was the son of William and Mary (Rudesill) Harter, born in Monroe township, Richland co., OH 28 Nov 1831.  He married Harriet Wilcox in Delaware county, OH, 15 Oct 1879.  They had only one child Eddie M who did not survive.  But they reared four children:  Mary E. Steak, Henry Marvin Statler, Charity Marietta, and Henry Lewis Berry.  [Mathias was married first to Regina Grauer; they had no children.  Harriet Harter had been married first to Henry K. Berry of Knox county, OH.  The child Henry Lewis Berry, born 1870, was their child.]  At the time the book was published, Mathias was farming in Richland county.  

A Centennial biographical History of Richland County, OH by A J Baughman:  Mathias HARTER and Jacob HARTER were brothers.  States the Jacob died in a government wagon on the road between Jackson and Black river.  Mathias was born in Monroe Twp, Richland County OH on 28 Nov 1831.  Married Harriet at Olive Green, Delaware County OH.  She was daughter of Gardner and Charity (WHITE) WILCOX.  They had a son Eddie M who was born 9 Aug 1883 and died the same day.  Harriet had 4 children by her first marriage.

1850 Census District 127 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  William HARTER age 40 PA, a farmer;  Matthias age 18 OH, a farmer;  Emanuel, age 17 OH, a farmer; Charlotte age 14 OH;  Sarah age 18 OH;  Susan age 11 OH;  Daniel age 9 OH [see Daniel above];  Jacob age 7 OH [see Jacob above];  Adam age 5 OH;  Benjamin age 2 OH;  Lydia ROBLET?, age 25 OH.  

1860 Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  Mathias HARTER, age 28 PA, a farmer;  Regina age 31 OH; Mary S  age 3 PA.

1870 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County OH, page 408:  Mathew HARTER, age 37 OH, farmer; Regina, age 41 PA; Ella STEAK, age 14 OH; Henry STATER, age 3 OH, farmer.  

1880 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 272:  Methias HARTER, age 48 OH, farmer, father born OH, mother born PA; Harriet L, wife, age 39 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Mary E STAKE, niece, age 23 OH, parents born OH; Marvin STATLER, adopted son, age 13 OH, farm laborer, parents born OH; Charity BERRY, step daughter, age 10 OH, parents born OH; Henry L BERRY, step son, age 9 OH, parents born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule: Worthington, Richland Co OH:  Line 30 House 198 Family 205: Mathias HARTER, Private, Co B 120 OH Inf; Post Office Butler, OH.  Disability: kidney trouble, weak back.  

1900 Butler Village, Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  Mathias HARTER age 68 born Nov 1831 in OH, married 22 years,  parents born PA, no occupation listed;  Harriet, age 59 born Feb 1841 in OH, father born PA, mother OH, married 22 yrs, 4 children 2 still living.

Wife's Death record in Ohio: File # 58445, Harriet HARTER died 10 Nov 1909 in Bellville, Richland Co OH.  She was born 9 Feb 1841 in Delaware Co OH.  Widow.  Her parents were Garner Wilcox NEWTON and Charity WHITE.  Burial Bunker Hill Cem.  Informant Henry BERRY of Bellville.  [Wondering about the NEWTON?????  He is in the 1860 Census in Delaware Co as Gardner WILCOX. He has a son named Newcomb.  Maybe Newton or Newcomb is Garner's middle name.]

HASSINGER  see Henry HOSSINGER below

Hay, David*   12 Aug 1862
Private Hay was 18 when he entered service.  He died 11 Jan 1863 at Arkansas Post, Arkansas.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried at Arkansas Post, Arkansas.

Father:
Mother:  Elizabeth
Birth:  <1844>
Marriage:  
Death:  11 Jan 1863 at Arkansas Post, Arkansas
Cemetery:  Arkansas Post, Arkansas

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  David HAY, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 11 Jan 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause:  typhoid fever.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960.

Not in U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962.

Pension Index:  David HAY, B 120th OH Inf.  Mother, Elizabeth CUMMING or CUMING, filed in 1889 Feb 23, Application 389566, Certificate 280965, filed in OH.  

Enrolled at Lucas, Richland County.

Hazlett, Calvin   9 Aug 1862
1st Sergeant Hazlett was 31 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Sergeant 15 Mar 1863; discharged 29 Aug 1864 at Cleveland Ohio on Surgeons certificate of disability.

Father: Samuel HAZLETT [Richland co history]
Mother:  Mary WILSON [child's death certificate]
Birth:  Nov 1832 OH
Marriage:  1 Catherine McCONKIE, 24 May 1858, Richland Co OH
2Laura E RITENOUR, 13 Sep 1877, at Grayson Co TX.  
Death:  1907 TX
Cemetery:  West Hill Cemetery, Sherman, Grayson Co TX, Calvin 1831-1907, Laura E. 1842-1911
Texas, Death Index, 1903-2000:  Mrs. Laura E. HAZLETT, died 21 Feb 1911 at Grayson Co TX.  Catherine McConkie Hazlett is buried at Olin Cem, Olin, Jones Co IA.
 

Catherine Hazlett, Olin Cemetery, Jones Co, IA

Photo Credit:  Ken Wright at Find a Grave,
Olin Cemetery, Jones Co, IA

Calvin Hazlett at West Hill Cemetery, Grayson Co TX.

Laura E. Hazlett, West Hill Cemetery, Grayson Co, TX

 

Photo Credit: C. L. Hines at Find a Grave,
West Hill Cemetery, Texas

Pension Index:  Calvin HAZLETT, B 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 5 Sep 1864, Application 51028, Certificate 255077.  Widow, Laura E. HAZLETT, filed in 1907 Apr 22, Application 868201, Certificate 636810, filed in Texas.  Pension Card:  Calvin died in 1907.

Not on Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans.

Undated "Muster Roll of Captain Joseph P. Rummels Company B, of the One hundred and twentieth Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infy." Calvin HAZLETT, 1st Sergt., enrolled Aug 8th/62 from Worthington [Twp.] by Capt. Brayton. Enlisted as private. Promoted to 5th Sergt. Sept 10th/62; to 4th Sergt. Dec 9th/62; to 1st Sergt. March 15th/63. On detached service since Dec 24th/64 by order of Gen. Banks. [From the records of the Ohio Adjutant General, available at the Ohio Historical Society,Columbus, Ohio. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

History of Richland County, Ohio: Its Past and Present, compiled and published by A.A. Graham, 1807-1880, p. 921: A biographical sketch of R.W. HAZLETT identifies Calvin's parents as Samuel and Mary HAZLETT, and reports that Samuel and Mary's children were: Nancy Jane, Robert Wilson, Claranah, [Calvin], Mary Ann, Andrew H., and Labanah. [Although the bio refers to eight children, only seven were named. Missing from the list was Samuel and Mary's oldest son, Adoniram. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Parents & siblings. 1850 Census, Worthington Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 165, family 168: Samuel HAZLETT, age 52 PA, farmer; Mary, age 50 PA; Robert, age 22 OH; Mary A., age 17 OH; Henderson, age 13 OH; Labanna (female), age 9 OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1856 Iowa Census, Linn Twp, Linn Co IA, line 30, Family 58:  Wm H. JOHNSTON, age 24 OH, farmer; MaryA, age 23 OH; John C, age 2 OH; Calvin HAZSLET, age 25 OH, carpenter.. [FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages 1789-1994." Richland County, v. 6, p. 172: William JOHNSTON and Mary Ann HAZLETT were married 4 Aug 1853 by John Ramsey, J.P. Notation contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Richland County, Ohio Marriage Records, v. 7, p. 583: Calvin HAZETT (sic) and Catharine McCANKIE were married 24 May 1858 by James Rowland, VDM. The affidavit for their marriage license, completed the same day, bears the signature of Calvin Hazlett. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Alphabetical list of Persons in Division No. 4, of Collection District No. 2, of the State of Iowa:  Line 9 Calvin HAZLETT, location and Post office: Walnut Fork.  Occupation: retail dealer.    [Note:  Walnut Fork was a village to the east of Olin.  It had a post office from 1841 to 1872.]

Parents & siblings. 1860 Census, Worthington Twp., Richland Co., OH , p. 185A-B, dwelling 252, family 262: Samuel HAZLETT, age 62 PA, farmer; Mary, age 61 PA; Adonirum, age 33 OH, farmer; Leebomah (male), age 18 OH, farmer; Samuel FLUHARTY, 11 OH; [next page] Mary, age 7 OH. [FamilySearch, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Richland County, v. 5, p. 31: Nancy Jane HAZELETT married Elzey FLECHARTY (FLEEHARTY) 12 Nov 1846. She died 1 Jun 1855. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records, by The Richland County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society (1981), p. 411: At the Bunker Hill Cemetery, in Worthington Twp., there is a listing for Walter T. HAZLETT, son of C. and C., who died 4 Mar 1864, at age 2 years, 8 months and 25 days. [At Olin Cemetery, Jones County, IA, on the same stone as his mother, Catharine HAZLETT, is an inscription for T. Walter HAZLETT, which appears to say he died 4 Feb 1864, aged 2 years 6 months and 16 days. See Find A Grave, memorial #29851657. Buried nearby is Lou HAZLETT STREETER, Find A Grave, memorial #29851675. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1870 Census, Rome Twp, Jones Co IA, Dwelling 189, Family 194:  Calvin HAZLETT, age 38 OH, hotel keeper; Catharine, age 30 OH; Lilly Ada, age 10 OH; W. S. Grant, age 4 IA; I. O. Lu [female], age 2 IA.  [Family Search member: Calvin HAZLETT married Catharine McCONKIE on 24 May 1858 in Richland Co OH.]

Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973:  C. HAZLETT married Laura E RITENOUR, 13 Sep 1877, at Grayson Co TX.  

1880 Census. North Montgomery Street, 1st Ward, Sherman, Grayson County TX, page 8:  Calvin HAZLETT age 48 OH, clerk in store, parents born PA;  Laura, wife, age 37 VA, father born VA, mother born PA;  Ada, daughter, age 17 IA, parents birthplaces not filled in;  Grant, son, age 14 IA;  Iola, daughter, age 12 IA.  [parents for Grant and Iola born OH and VA].

[In 1880 Ada Hazlett is also listed with John McCONKIE, age 80, farmer, in Dayton Twp., Cedar CO., IA, dwelling 107, family 100. There she is identified as John's granddaughter, age 21, born OH, keeping house. Ada married Henry I. Decker in Texas in 1882. She died in 1915 and is buried at Clarence Cemetery, Cedar Co., IA. See Find A Grave, memorial #53827455. Notation by Kerry Kimberly]   

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Sherman, Grayson Co TX:  Line 3, House 38, Family 40, Calvin HAZLETT, 1st Srgt, Co B 120 OH Inf.   Post office: Sherman, TX.  Discharged on account of heart disease.  

1900 Census, West Mulberry St, Precinct 1, Sherman, Grayson County, TX, page 81:  Calvin HASLETT, age 67 OH, born Nov 1832, married 35 yrs, landlord, father born PA, mother born VA; Laura, wife, age 58 VA, born May 1842, married 35 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, parents born VA; Lena, daughter, age 18 TX, born June 1881, single, father born PA, mother born VA; Grant, son, age 32 IA, single, born Apr 1868, father born PA, mother born VA, cashier exp?????.

Brother's Death record in Ohio. File #6663 (1916). Adoniram Young HAZLETT, born 11 Dec 1825, died 31 Jan 1916 at Shelby, Sharon Twp., Richland County, and was buried at Bunker Hill. His father, Samuel HAZLETT, and his mother Mary WILSON, were both born in PA. Informant Alice HAZLETT, Shelby, OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 
Brother's Death record in Ohio. File #17253 (1910). R.W. HAZLETT, farmer, born 13 Jun 1828, died 3 Mar 1910 at Butler, Worthington Twp., Richland County, and was buried at Bunker Hill. His father, Samuel HAZLETT, and his mother, Mary WILSON, were born in PA. Informant Edd HAZLETT. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

Henny [HENRY], Martin L.*   12 Aug 1862           HENRY
Private Henny was 21 when he entered service.  He died 26 July 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
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The Interment site has listed at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi an M. R. Henry of Company B 120th OVI who died on 15 May 1863.  [But I believe this is Martin Henny.]

In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi in section H, grave 119.

Father: David HENRY
Mother:  Jane DONALDSON
Birth:  <1841> OH
Marriage:  
Death:  15 May 1863 or 26 July 1863, Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi, sec H, grave 119  [Dept. of Veterans Affairs: M. R. Henry, Co B 120 OH, died 15 May 1863, sec H site 119.]
Martin HENRY at VicksburgPhoto Credit:  William Sanders at Find a Grave.

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  moved from grave yard at Marshall Plantation, Madison Parish, LA. Running number 571.  M. R. HENRY, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 26 July 1863.   Sec H 119   [Note: Most of the others recovered there had died April and May, so I am thinking that the 15 May date is correct. It had been scratched out and July 26 written in.]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Martin HENRY, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 14 May 1863 at Van Buren General Hospital Millikens Bend LA.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.

US National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  M. R. HENRY, Co B 120th OH Reg.  Died 15 May 1863.  Originally buried grraveyard at Marshall plantation, west bank Mississippi, Madison Parish, LA.     Vicksburg National Cemetery, Sec H grave 119.  

Pension Index:  Martin L HENRY, B 120th OH Inf.  Mother, Jane HENRY, filed 1886 Aug 11, Application 343327, Certificate 256443, filed in OH.  Father, David HENRY, filed 1891 Sept 24, Application 526899, Application 319809 in OH.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 147, Family 147:  David HENRY, age 34 OH, farmer; Jane, age 32 VA; Margaret A., age 12 OH; Martin L, age 9 OH; Emily A., age 8 OH; Rebecca J., age 6 OH; William A, age 3 OH; Elizabeth, age 24 OH; Nicholas, age 23 OH, farmer.  [Richland County Probate Court record:  David HENRY married Jane DONALSON on 22 Mar 1838 in Richland Co OH.]

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  David HENRY, age 45 OH, a farmer;  Jane, age 41 VA;  Martin C, age 19 OH, a farmer;  Emily A, age 17 OH;  Rebecca I[?], age 15 OH;  William A, age 12 OH;  Olive, age 5 OH;  Harlan, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1031, Marion Twp, Hardin Co OH, page 176:  David L HENRY, age 64 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Jane, wife, age 60 VA, parents birth not listed.  

 Did not find parent on the 1890 Veterans Schedule.

 

HENRY, Nicholas S.   1 Sept 1862                                                                                   
Wagoner Henry was 34 when he entered service.  He was discharged 17 July 1863 at Benton Barracks, Missouri on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: Joseph HENRY
Mother:  Margaret ZERCHER
Birth:  16 Dec 1826, Belmont Co OH
Marriage:  1Margaret YATES, 10 Feb 1853, Richland Co OH
2Matilda OTT
Death:  1908
Cemetery:  Not at Mansfield Cem.

Pension Index:  Nicholas S HENRY, B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1874 Sep 28, Application 196424, Certificate 253552.  Widow, Matilda HENRY, filed in OH 31 Jan 1906, Application 842289, Certificate 641983, filed in OH.      Pension Card:  Nicholas died 1908.

A Centennial Biographical History of Richland Co OH, by Baughman, 1901, pp 224 - 226:  Nicholas S. HENRY was born Belmont Co OH, 16 Dec 1826.  Nicholas was 9th of 10 children born to Joseph HENRY and Margaret ZERCHER.  Joseph died near Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland Co Oh in 1848.  Nicholas married Margaret YATES 10 Feb 1853 in Richland Co OH and had six children:  Alexander W., died age 27; Mary P, died age 35; Jessie May, died age 18; Joseph Patrick; Ursula, wife of Joseph P. SCOTT of Fort Wayne IN; Laura L, wife of Alonzo G. WARREN, of Mansfield.  Wife Margaret died 12 Dec 1878.  Nicholas married Miss Matilda OTT and they had one daughter named Georgia.  Their farm at the time of the publishing of the book was in Mifflin Twp, Richland Co OH. Nicholas awas a member of Co B, 120th OVI and "on two occasions received serious injuries, which have disabled him largely since leaving the army." Nicholas was six feet, four inches tall.  He was a member of the GAR, a Democrat and a Lutheran.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 147, Family 147:  David HENRY, age 34 OH, farmer; Jane, age32 VA; Margaret A., age 12 OH; Martin L, age 9 OH; Emily A., age 8 OH; Rebecca J., age 6 OH; William A, age 3 OH; Elizabeth, age 24 OH; Nicholas, age 23 OH, farmer.  
[........1850 Census District 127 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:
 Nicholas HENRY, age 23 OH, a farmer, was living with David and Jane HENRY.  David was 34 OH, so perhaps he was a brother of Nicholas.  Also living near by was Robert HENRY age 38 OH, perhaps another brother.  Also living nearby was Margaret Henry, age 60, born in PA.  Could this be his mother?  Living with her was Sarah, age 27 OH, Mary Ann HARTMAN, age 31 OH and Eliza HARTMAN, age 13 OH.   Could Sarah and Mary Ann be his sisters?]

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Nicholas HENRY, age 32 OH, a farmer;  Margaret, age 30 OH;  Joseph, age 6 OH;  Ursala, age 3 OH;  Laura, age one, OH;  also living there was Columbus WELSH, age 14.  

1870 Census Mifflin Township, Richland County OH:  Nicholas HENRY, age 42 OH, a farmer;  Margaret, age 40 OH;  Joseph, age 15 OH;  Ursula?? [female] age 13 OH;  Laura, age 11 OH;  Alexander, age 9 OH;  Mary, age 7 OH.

There is a small bio summary at the following site.  He was from Monroe township, Richland county.  He was married to Margaret Yates.  Children: Joseph Patrick, Ursala Melissa, Laura L., Washington Alexander, Mary P., and Jessie M.  The history states that he received an injury at Perkins' Plantation, eleven miles from Richmond.
http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Richland/RichlandMifflin.htm 

1880 Census can't find them.
Married Matilda OTT.  <1881>

1890 Veterans Schedule: Mifflin Twp, Richland Co OH: Line 17, House 126, Family 129:  Nicholas HENRY of Company B is listed as living in Mifflin Township, Richland County OH.  He was a teamster in the war.  He had chronic diarrhea and had been injured in the head and back by the falling of a smoke stack of the steamboat "Silver Wave".  

1900 Census, Mifflin Twp, Richland Co OH, page 43:  Nicholas S. HENRY, age 73 OH, born Dec 1826, married 19 yrs, parents born PA, farmer; Matilda, wife, age 54 IN, born Apr 1846, parents born OH; Georgie E., daughter, age 16 OH, born Aug 1883, father born OH, mother born IN.  

Matilda is listed as a widow in 1910.

Son's Death record in Ohio:  File # 51955, J. Patrick HENRY died 2 Sep 1910 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Born 10 Apr 1854 in OH.  Attorney.  Father Nichlaus HENRY, born OH.  Mother Margratt YATES, born OH.  Burial Mansfield OH.  Informant Mrs. J. P. HENRY, of Mansfield, OH.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  File # 17357, Laura L. WALTERS died 5 Mar 1945 at 161 South Franklin Ave., Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Divorced from Warren WALTERS.  Born 17 Nov 1858 Richland Co OH.  Father Nichols S. HENRY, born PA.  Mother Margaret YATES, born PA.  Burial Mansfield Cem.  Informant, Henry F. SCHWIER?, of Mansfield OH.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  File # 46247, Ursula M. SCOTT did 4 Aug 1910 at College Place, West 3d, Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Widow.  Born 10 Jan 1847 at Richland Co OH.  Father Nicholas S. HENRY born PA.  Mother Margaret YATES, born OH.  Burial Mansfield OH.  Informant Mrs. Laura WARREN, of Mansfield, OH.  

Wife, Death record in Ohio:   File # 68610, Matilda HENRY, of 232 Newman St, died 23 Dec 1924 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH, and is buried in Mansfield Cem.  Widow.  Husband Nicholas HENRY.  Born 5 Apr 1842 in Noble Co IN.  Father George OTT, born Noble Co IN.  Mother Mary BROWN, born IN.  Informant Mrs. O SIGLER of Newman St, Mansfield.  

Hill, Richard A.*   11 Aug 1862
Private Hill was 22 when he entered service.  He died 1 Feb 1863 on steamer Omaha, at Young's Point, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Enrolled at Lucas, Richland County.
Father: Daniel HILL
Mother:  Rachel WILSON [MOFFIT]
Birth:  <1839>OH
Marriage:  
Death:  1 Feb 1863 on steamer " Omaha", at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi
Richard Hill memorial at Bunker Hill CemeteryPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave
There is a marker for Richard at Bunker Hill Cemetery, Butler, Richland Co OH.

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

No Pension record found on the index.

1850 Census, Brown Twp, Knox Co OH, Dwelling 2999, Family 3065:  Daniel HILL, age 52 PA, farmer; Rachel, age 45 PA; Richard, age 11 OH; Rachel J, age 9 OH; John W., age 7 OH; Benjamin, age 4 OH.   [Richland County Probate Court record:  Daniel HILL married Rachel MOFFIT on 8 May 1838 in Richland Co OH.]  

1860 Census, Brown Twp, Knox Co OH, Dwelling 9, Family 9 :  David HILL, age 63 PA, farmer; Rachel, age 49 PA; Rachel S, age 21 OH, teacher; Richard, age 19 OH, teacher; John, age 16 OH, laborer; Benjamin, age 14 OH; Cyrus WILSON, age 3 OH.  
Family there in 1870 in Pike Twp, without Richard.

1870 Census, Pike Twp, Knox Co OH, House 248, Family 248:  Daniel HILL, age 73 PA, farmer; Rachel, age 59 PA; Rachel, age 28 OH, no occupation; John W, age 25 OH, farmer; Benjamin, age 23 OH, farmer; Cassius WILSON, age 13 OH.  

Sister, Rachel J., died in 1870 and is buried at Bunker Hill. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Brother John W. died in 1871 and is buried at Bunker Hill Cem. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Father, Daniel, died in 1874 and is buried at Bunker Hill. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 
1880 Census, Worthington Twp., Richland Co., OH, ED 219, p. 24D, dwelling 213, family 219: Benjamin HILL, age 34 OH, farmer; Maggie, wife, age 25 OH; Benjamin, son, age 2 OH; Rachel, mother, age 70 PA. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Mother Rachel died in 1894, born 1811, and is buried at Bunker Hill Cem, Richland Co OH.  At that time, according to the obituary, the only surviving member of that family was Benjamin C.  

Brother, Benjamin's death record does not give his parents' names other than HILL.  He died in Phoenix, Maricopa Co AZ in 1938.  His memorial stone at Bunker Hill Cemetery has "born 22 Nov 1845".  

 

Hoopes, Lewis L.   6 Aug 1862          HOOPS
Private Hoopes was 21 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 8 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Enrolled at Mansfield.

Father: Phineas HOOPES
Mother:  Mary ROSWELL
Birth:  20 Apr 1842 OH or Kennett, Chester County PA  
Marriage:  Phoebe WILLIAMS, 16 Jan 1866 OH
Death:  16 Sep 1922 in Weller Twp, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Williams Cemetery, Lucas, Richland Co OH
Relationship:  Brother of Thomas HOOPES, Co B 120th OVI;  brother in law of William P. WILLIAMS, Co B 120th OVI.
Lewis Hoopes at Williams Cemetery, Richland Co OHPhoto Credit: Robert Malone at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  Lewis L HOOPS, B 120th and D 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1882 Aug 7, Application 456669, Certificate 283210, filed  in OH.  Died 23 Sep 1922 at Shiloh, OH.  This date is different from the Ohio Death Record.  

Richland County, Ohio Soldiers Discharges, v. 1, p. 56: Lewis HOOPES, born Cincinnati, Ohio; age 21; 5'6", fair complexion, gray eyes, dark hair; farmer; served under Capt. J.P. Rummel. [Richland County Recorder's Office, Mansfield, Ohio. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly.]

Family Search says Lewis Lambert Hoopes was born 20 Apr 1842 in Kennett, Chester County PA.     The siblings were William A, Marshall B, Phebe Ann, Lewis L, Jane H, Alfred, and Thomas J.  

But Lewis isn't here.  1850 Census, Fulton Twp, Lancaster Co PA, Dwelling 130, Family 130:  Phineas HOOPS, age 39 MD; Mary R., age 35 NJ; Jane G, age 18 PA; William A., age 7 PA; Phebe A., age 5 PA; Aphard [male], age 3 PA; Marshal B,age 1 PA; Ann McKINNEY, age 20 MD.  

1860 Census, Butler Twp, Columbiana County, OH, page 46:  Phineas HOOPS, age 48 PA, farmer; Mary R, age 44 NJ; William A, age 16 PA, farmer; Phebe A, age 15 PA; Marshall B, age 11 PA.  [ Lewis is not listed with this family.]  [Mary R HOOPES, wife of Phineas is buried at Winona Friends Graveyard, Winona, Columbiana Co OH. Died 1866. Phineas isn't listed.]

In 1860 Census, Lewis may have been living back in London Grove, Chester Co PA.  Lewis HOOPES, age 18 Pa, is living with the David and Hannah C HUMES fmaily.  Post office Cochranville.  This is the interpretation by Ancestry,com.  I can't read the record.

Richland County, Ohio Marriage Records, v. 9, p. 280: Lewis HOOPES and Pheba WILLIAMS were married 16 Jan 1866 by H.L. Wiles, minister of the gospel. The marriage affidavit was signed by Lewis HOOPES 12 Jan 1866. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Haven't found in 1870.

1880 Census, Lucas Village, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, p. 116-B, dwelling 48, family 53: Lewis L. HOOPES,  age 40 OH, teamster, no place of birth given for parents; Phoebe, wife, age 40 OH, parents born OH; Thomas E., son, age 11 OH; Raymond L., son, age 7 OH; Minnie E., daughter, age 3 OH; Mott L., son, age 1 OH; infant son, born Feb 1880 OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly.]
 

1890 Veterans Schedule:   Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH:  Line 27, House 82, Family 92: Lewis L. HOOPS, Pvt, of Company B was living in Monroe Township, PO Lucas, Richland County OH..  He had rheumatism.  He was a prisoner in the war for 13 months.

1900 Census, Lucas Village, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 60:  Lewis L HOOPES, age 68 OH, born Apr 1842, father born PA, mother born NJ, manager of livery barn; Phoebe, wife, age 61 OH, born Feb 1839, parents born OH; Raymond L, son, age 27 OH,  Wd?, born Aug 1872, paper hanger; Mott. L, son, age 21 OH, single, born Dec 1878. R R laborer; Sydney C, son, age 20 OH, single, born Feb 1880, day laborer; Anise B, grand daughter, age 4 OH, born Sept 1895, parents born OH.  [R. L. HOOPES married Bertha Tarris, 17 Jun 1900 at Richland Co OH.  His parents were L. L. Hoopes and Phoebe Williams.]

1910 Census, Lucas Village, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 283:  Louis HOOPES, age 67 OH, no occupation, first marriage, married 44 yrs,  parents born PA; Phoebe, wife, age 71 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, 7 children/4 still living, parents born OH;  Roy, son, age 31 OH, single, laborer odd jobs; Sidney, son, age 30 OH, single, laborer on farm; Beatrice, granddaughter, age 14 OH, parents born OH.  

1920 Census, Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland County OH, page 123:  Lewis HOOPS, age 77 OH, widowed, no occupation, listed as father-in-law in the household of Orron and Minnie BARR.  

Son's marriage, Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  R. L. HOOPES, age 27, married Bertha TARRIS,  age 21, at Richland OH on 17 Jun 1900.  Groom born Lucas, OH.  Father L. L. HOOPES.  Mother Pheobe WILLIAMS.  Bertha born Jefferson Twp, Richland Co OH.  Bertha's father John TARRIS.  Her mother, Candice SNIDER.  

Death record in Ohio: File # 49775 Lewis L HOOPS died 16 Sep 1922 in Weller Twp, Richland Co OH.  It says he was a retired "soldier".  He was born in Cin? OH 20 Apr 1842.  Widowed.  Buried at IOOF Cem, Lucas OH.  Informant did not know parents names.  Informant D O BARR of Shiloh OH, RD2

Brother's Death record in Ohio: File # 72729  Wm A HOOPES died 16 Dec 1916 in Butler Twp, Columbiana Co OH.  He was born 13 Sept 1843 in PA.  His father was Phineas HOOPES born PA.  His mother was Mary ROSWELL.  Farmer.  He was still married.  Burial Damascus Cem.  Informant was Mrs Wm HOOPES, Salem OH.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File # 21219, Phoebe Ann CREW died 5 Mar 1931 at Center Twp, Columbiana County, at the County Home.  Widow of Mahlon CREW.  Born 18 Apr 1845 at PA.  Father Phineas HOOPES born PA.  Mother Mary ROSSELL, born PA.  Burial Damascus Cem.  Informant Mrs. Ida M. LADD of Damascus, OH.  

Hoopes, Thomas J.  8 Aug 1862
Sergeant Hoopes was 25 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Corporal 1 Mar 1863; discharged 24 July 1864, at Morganzia, Louisiana on Surgeon's certificate of disability.  

Father: Phineas HOOPES [World Connect]
Mother:  Mary ROSWELL [World Connect]
Birth:  Sep 1836 PA
Marriage:   Lousa Sena STRATTON on 4 Mar 1860 in Columbiana County OH
Death:  19 Sep 1902
Cemetery:  Woodland Cem, Polk County IA
Relationship:  Brother of Lewis HOOPES, Co B 120th OH Inf.  
Requested a photo at Find A Grave.

Pension Card:  Thomas J. HOOPES, Co B 120th OH.  Invalid applied for 23 Jan 1883.

Brother of Lewis HOOPES above.  Family search says Thomas Jackson HOOPES was born 14 Sep 1836 in New Garden, Chester County Pa and died in Des Moines, Polk County IA.  Thomas Jackson HOOPES married Lousa Sena STRATTON on 4 Mar 1860 in Columbiana County OH.  Family Search says Lewis Lambert Hoopes [above] was born 20 Apr 1842 in Kennett, Chester County PA.     The siblings were William A, Marshall B, Phebe Ann, Lewis L, Jane H, Alfred, and Thomas J.  

1850 Census, Fulton Twp, Lancaster Co PA, Dwelling 130, Family 130:  Phineas HOOPS, age 39 MD; Mary R., age 35 NJ; Jane G, age 18 PA; William A., age 7 PA; Phebe A., age 5 PA; Aphard [male], age 3 PA; Marshal B,age 1 PA; Ann McKINNEY, age 20 MD.  

1850 Census, New Garden, Chester Twp, PA, Dwelling 14, Family 14:  James JACKSON, age 23  DE [black], laborer; Adaline, age 20 PA [black]; Sarah, age 9 months [black]; Thomas HOOPES, age 13.  Also on that page is Benjamin HOOPES, who may be the Benjamin that World Connect researcher says is Thomas' grandfather.]

Parents:  1860 Census, Butler Twp, Columbiana Co OH, Dwelling 691, Family 667:   Phineas HOOPS, age 48 PA, farmer; Mary R., age 44 NJ; William A, age 16 PA, farmer; Phebe A., age 15 PA; Marshall B, age 11 PA.  [Alfred HOOPS age 13 PA, living with ADAMSON family on same page.]

[Columbiana County Probate Court record:  Thomas J. HOOPES married Sina STRATTON on 4 Mar 1860 in Columbiana County OH.]

1860 Census, Iowa City, Johnson County, IA, page 833:  Thos HOOPES, age 23 PA, merchant, living in a hotel.  

1870 Census, 5th ward E. Des Moines, IA, page 254:  Thos J. HOOPS, age 33 PA, clerk in Tea Store:  Sina, age 30 OH; Effa, age 7 OH; [male] ?Henrodal, age 3 IA;  Louisa STRATTEN, age 28 OH.  

1880 Census, Leon, Decatur County, IA, page 240:  Thomas J HOOPES, age 43 PA, laborer, parents born PA; Sena S, wife, age 39 OH, father born NJ, mother born VA; Effie, daughter, age 17 OH, milliner; Ernest, son, age 6 IA; Freddie, son, age 3 IA; Mary A GASTIN?, age 23, boarder, dressmaker.  

1900 Census, 6th Ward Des Moines, Polk Co IA, page 38:  Thos. J. HOOPES, age 63 PA, born Sept 1836, married 40 yrs, parents born PA, N.G. is listed as occupation: Sina S., wife, age 59 OH, born Jun 1840, married 40 yrs, 5 children/2 still living, father born NJ, mother born PA; Earnest, son, age 36 IA, single, born Feb 1874, machinist; Fredrich T., son, age 23 IA, single, born Apr 1877, bicycle repairing; Louise S. ICE, sister-in-law, 58 OH, born Apr 1842, widow, 0 children, father born NJ, mother born PA.    

http://iowawpagraves.org/index.php:  Thomas J HOOPS, born 1836, died 19 Sep 1902.  Buried in Woodland Cem, Polk County IA.  Age 66.  In Co B, 120th OVI in the Civil War.  

Hossinger, Henry D.   11 Aug 1862         HASSINGER, Henry David
Private Hossinger was 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. B, 5th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps (date not given); mustered out 11 Aug 1865 at Indianapolis, Indiana.

Father: Abraham HASSINGER
Mother:  Maria Sarah BECK
Birth:  21 Oct 1841, Monroe Twp, Ashland Co OH
Marriage:  Mary Magdeline COPUS, 27 Aug 1871, Richland Co OH
Death:  6 Oct 1902, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Shambaugh-Byers Cem, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH
Relationship:  brother-in-law of Henry CULLER  also of Co B.
Photos at Find a Grave.  Henry D. HASSINGER  Born 21 Oct 1841.  Died 6 Oct 1902 after a fall.  Burial at Shambaugh Cemetery, Lucas, Richland Co OH.  Wife Mary.   Sister Mrs. Romina MOODY of Deland IL.    Nephew William TROXEL of Deland IL. 

Pension Index:  Henry HASSINGER, B 120th, B 5th VRC, 93 Co 2nd Battalion VRC.  Invalid filed 1888 June 13, Application 659508, Certificate 822428, filed in OH.  Widow, Mary HASSINGER, filed 1903 Jan 5, Application 775996, Certificate 569111, filed in OH.  

Thanks!  Information from a researcher:
Henry David Hassinger, son of Abraham Hassinger and Maria Sarah Beck, was born 21 Oct 1841 in Monroe Twp, Richland Co, OH, and died 6 Oct 1902 in Monroe Twp, Richland Co, OH.  He married Mary Magdeline Copus, dau of Wesley and Marjory (Crosser) Copus, on 27 Aug 1871 in Richland Co, OH.  They are buried in the Shambaugh-Byers Cemetery in Monroe Twp, Richland Co, OH.

1850  Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Abraham HOSSINGER age 52 born PA, a farmer;  Sarah age 47 born Germany;  Jesse [male] age 20 OH, a carpenter;  Peter age 19 OH, a laborer;  Jacob age 17 OH;  Maria age 15 OH;  Sarah age 13 OH;  Sophela age 11 OH;  Henry age 9 OH;  Mary age 7 OH;  Reimina [female] age 5 OH;  Julia Ann, age 3 OH.  

1860 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Abraham HASSINGER, age 61 PA, a farmer;  Sarah, age 57 Germany;  Henry D, age 18 OH;  Mary age 16 OH;  Romina [female], age 14 OH;  Julia Ann, age 12 OH.  

1870 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Abraham HOSSINGER, age 68 OH, a farmer;  Sarah, age 65 OH;  Henry, age 24 OH, at home;  Sarah, age 20 OH, at home.  They were living with another family [Lydia HINES] who may have given the information which may not have been accurate.

Married to Mary COPUS 27 Aug 1871...was he married before to a woman named Sarah?  Who was the Sarah, age 20, in the 1870 Census?

Ashland County, Ohio Marriage Records, v. 4, p. 96: Henry D. HASSINGER and Mary COPUS were married 27 Aug 1871 by Rev. J. W. Swick?/Sevick?. Henry D. Hassinger signed the marriage affidavit 26 Aug 1871, and the license was issued the same day. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

Son <1874> Frank W. HASSINGER, son of H.D. & M. Hassinger, died 29 Apr 1878, age 4 years 14 days, and is buried at Shambaugh-Byers Cemetery in Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH. [A picture of his marker is available at findagrave.  Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1880 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Henry D HASSINGER, age 39 OH, a farmer, father born PA, mother born Germany;   Mary, wife, age 37 OH, father born PA, mother born OH;  Sarah E, daughter, age 8 OH;  Otis E, son, age 4 OH;  Hattie E, daughter, age 3 OH;  Charles A, age 11 months OH;  William M TROXEL, nephew, age 16 OH, working on farm, parents born OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Monroe, Richland Co OH:  Line 49, House 305, Family 322: Henry HASSINGER, Pvt, Co B 120 OH inf.   Post office Lucas OH.  Disability: diarrhoea.

1900 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Henry HASSINGER, age 58 OH, born Oct 1841, a farmer, parents born Germany;  Mary C, wife, age 59 OH,  born May 1841, married 28 yrs, six children, 5 still living, parents born OH;  Otis E, son, age 24 OH, single, born Dec 1875, day laborer;  Charles A, son, age 20 OH, born June? 1879, single, a farmer;  Artie M, daughter, age 18 OH, born Dec 1881, a servant, single;  Stella? S. McKEE, daughter, age 27 OH, born Jan 1872, married 6 yrs, one child, one still living;  Clarence? F McKEE, grandson; age 2 OH, born Feb 1898.  

1910 Census, Green Twp., Ashland Co., OH, p. 7A, dwelling 11, family 11: Mrs H. HASSINGER, age 66 OH, widow, 6 children/5 still living; Charles, age 29 OH, laborer in a sawmill; Clarence McKEE, age 12 OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
 

Wife's Death record in Ohio at Family Search: File #64141. Mary Magdelin HASSINGER died 13 Dec 1910, at Green Twp., Ashland Co., OH. She was born 30 May 1842 in the same county. Her father was Wesley COPUS. Her mother's maiden name was unknown to the informant, Artie RUSSELL, of Lucas, OH. [Artie HASSINGER married Harvey RUSSELL in 1902. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Son's Death record in Ohio at Family Search: File # 05378 Otis Elmer HASSINGER, of 80 Greenwood Ave, Mansfield, died there on 3 Jan 1949.  He was born 15 Dec 1875 near Perrysville OH.  His father was Henry HASSINGER and his mother was Mary COPUS.  Informant was Merle L HASSINGER.  Burial Mansfield Cem.  

Sister's death record. "Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths 1916-1947" (FamilySearch). Rumina Margaret MOODY was born 18 Jan 1845 at Perrysville, OH, and died 27 Jun 1922 at Deland, IL. Her father, Abraham HASSINGER, was born at PA. Her mother [whose name is not given] was born at Wittenberg, Germany. Her husband is/was Ruben Bruce MOODY. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

 Sister's death record. "Michigan Death Certificates, 1921-1952" (FamilySearch). Mary E. CULLER was born 28 Dec 1843 at Richland [Co.] OH, and died 4 Nov 1927 at Kalamazoo Co., MI. Her father was Abraham HASSINGER and her mother was Sarah BECK. [Mary E. HASSINGER married Henry H. CULLER in 1867 at Richland Co., OH. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]
Hughes, John [*]   5 Aug 1862   
Private Hughes was 58 when he entered service.  He was discharged 11 Feb 1863 at Cairo, Illinois on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: James HUGHES
Mother:  Jane McFADDEN
Birth:  Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland co PA or Bucks Co PA, 5 Sep 1805
Marriage:  Rachel HILL, 17 Oct 1836, in Richland Co OH
Death:  24 Feb 1863, at home in Newville, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Newville Cem., Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH.          57yrs 5m 19dys
This is on my photography list.

Pension Card:   John HUGHES, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Rachel HUGHES, applied for pension 24 Sep 1863, Application 34174, Certificate 39452, no state given.

Did not find on Headstone applications.

According to an undated "Muster Roll of Captain Joseph P. Rummel's Company B of the One hundred and twentieth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infy"  John's discharge was for chronic diarrhea. [From the files of the Ohio Adjutant General at the Ohio Historical Society. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly.]

Ohio, County Marriages 1789-1994: Richland Co., v. 3, p. 126 Records, v. 3,  p. 126: John HUGHES and Rachael HILL were married 17 Oct 1836 by E. Walters, J.P. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly.] This record is available at Family Search.   

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 37, Family 38:  John HEWS, age 45 PA, tailor; Rachel, age 33 OH; Amanda, age 9 OH; James E., age 7 OH; William E., age 4 OH; Alexander, age 3 months OH, Jane, age 71 PA.  

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH,page 181:  John HUGHES, age 55 PA, tailor; Rachael, age 41 OH; Amanda, age 19 OH, teacher in common school; James, age 16 OH; William, age 13 OH; Alexander, age 10 OH; Mary, age 7 OH; Irvin, age 2 OH; Jane HUGHES, age 79 PA.

There is a bio [History of Richland County, Ohio compiled by A A Graham 1807-1880, pp923-924]  of John Hughes of Company B, 120th OVI at this site:
http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Richland/RichlandWorthington.htm 
His parents were James  and Jane [McFadden] Hughes.  John was born in Bucks Co PA, 5 Sep 1805. and came to Richland county about 1831 with his mother and sisters.  He had two brothers named Alexander and James, and two sisters named Maria and Eliza.  He married Miss Rachel Hill, Nov. 17, 1837.    Children: Amanda, James Eagleson, William Hill, Alexander, Mary Elizabeth, and Erwin.  John Hughes was a tailor and Postmaster in Newville.  He returned home from the war to die on 24 Feb 1863. [Note: another source says 24 Feb 1864, but because the widow applied for a pension in Sep of 1863, '63 has to be the correct year.]  Buried in Newville.  His oldest son, James Eagleson Hughes, of Company A, 64th OVI, also returned home from the war to die 2 Dec 1863.  

List of Pensioners...January 1, 1883, Richland County, Ohio, p. 294: Cert. #39,452, Rachel Hughes, Newville, widow, $8.00 monthly. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1890 Veterans Schedule, Worthington Twp., Richland Co., OH, p. 2, line13, house 78, family 79: Rachel HUGHES, widow of John HUGHES, Private, Co. B, 120 Ohio Inf, P.O. Newville, Ohio, Disability Cr. Diarrhea. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Rachel died 26 Mar 1894, buried at Newville.

Pension at fold3.com :
 John HUGHES, Co B 120th Reg., John enrolled at Worthington, Richland Co OH.  Certificate of disability 10 Feb 1863.  Had been sick since 15 Nov 1862.  Died at his home in Newville, Richland Co OH, on 24 Feb 1863, of chronic diarrhoea, general emaciation,  and at the time of his discharge he also had a bad cough with pain.   His physician was James P. HENDERSON of Newville.   John was born at Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland co PA. He was at the time of his enrolling 5'6", fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, age 48 [that age seems incorrect] and a farmer.  
 Widow, Rachel HILL HUGHES, post office Newville, Richland Co OH.  [11 Sep 1863] Rachel's affidavit: she was age 45. Rachel HILL and John HUGHES married 19 Oct 1836 at Richland Co OH by E. WALTER, JP.  

Children:
John Alexander HUGHES, born 8 Apr 1850, still alive in 1860 census. but not included on some of the pension papers
Mary Elizabeth HUGHES, born 6 Mar 1854, attending physician was J. P. HENDERSON
Irvin HUGHES, born 8 Feb 1858, attending physician was J. P. HENDERSON

Hulitt, James H.   17 Aug 1862             HULIT
Private Hulitt was 22 when he entered service.  He was transferred to 34th Co., 2d Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps (date not given); discharged 17 June 1865 at Mound City, Illinois on Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Timothy HULIT
Mother:  Mary BISHOP
Birth:  10 Jul 1840
Marriage:  Martha J. YOUNG, 31 Aug 1862, Richland Co OH
                2nd: Elizabeth BRUBAKER, 6 Sep 1874
                3rd: Mary E. LEHMAN, 15 Mar 1899
Death:  9 Jun 1903
Cemetery:  Nankin Cem, SH302, Nankin, Orange Twp, Ashland County OH
James Hulit, at Nankin Cemetery, Ashland Co OHPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  James H HULIT, B 120th OH Inf., 34th ? 2nd Battalion VRC.  Invalid filed 1871 July 28.  Widow, Mary E HULIT, filed 1903 Sep 5 in OH.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 161, Family 161:  Timothy HULET, age 37 NJ, farmer; Mary, age 33 OH; Joseph, age 11 OH; James, age 10 OH; Elizabeth A., age 8 OH; Nancy J., age 6 OH; Hannah L., age 5 OH; John A., age 3 OH; Mary C, age 1 OH.  [Family Search:  Timothy HULET married Mary BISHOP on 28 Dec 1837 in Richland Counties.][FamilySearch. "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Richland County, v. 3, p. 186: Timothy HUL[E]T and Mary BISHOP were married 28 Dec 1837 by Rev. F. J. Ruth. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 291:  Timothy HULET, age 46 NJ, farmer; Mary, age 42 OH; Joseph B, age 21 OH, farmer; James M, age 19 OH, farmer; Elizabeth A, age 18 OH; Nancy J, age 16 OH; Hannah L, age 14 OH; John A, age 12 OH; Mary C, age 11 OH; Harriet, age 8 OH; Saml G, age 6 OH; Martha A, age 1 OH.

Richland County Probate Court:  James H. HULET married Martha J. YOUNG on 31 Aug 1862 in Richland County OH.

1870 Census Nevada [town?], Wyandot county OH:  James HULIT age 28, born OH, a laborer;  Martha age 26 OH;  Hiram C. age 3 OH;  Grant M. age 2 OH;  Jesse B, age 7 months OH.  
Martha Jane (YOUNG) HULIT died 23 Feb 1871 and is buried at Ohl Cemetery in Ashland County, Ohio. See findagrave, memorial #93476438. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

FamilySearch "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994." Ashland County, v. 4 (1870-1878), p. 311: James H. HULIT and Mrs. Elizabeth BRUBAKER were married 6 Sep 1874 by N. Lewis (Minister). The marriage affidavit was filed 4 Sep 1874 and bears the signature Jas. H. Hulit. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 991, Mifflin, Ashland, OH, page 95:  James HULIT age 40 born OH, a farmer, father born ?, mother born OH;  Elizbeth, wife, age 43 born OH, parents born PA;  Jessie P. HULIT, daughter, age 11 born OH, parents born OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Orange, Ashland Co OH: Line Line 4, House 92, Family 96: James H. HULIT, Pvt, Co B 120 OH Inf.  Post Office Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  No comments.

Richland County, Ohio Marriage Records, v. 17, p. 23: Application for License. James H. HULIT: age 58 on 10 July 1898; residence, near Ashland, Orange Tp., Ashland Co. OH; born Monroe Tp., Richland Co., OH; occupation, farmer; father, Timothy HULIT; mother, Mary BISHOP; previously married twice. Mary E. LEHMAN: age 44 on 5 Oct 1898; residence, Springfield Tp., Richland Co., OH, near Mansfield; born Franklin Tp., Richland Co., OH; occupation, domestic; father, Samuel L. LEHMAN; mother, Elnora L. KAHL; not previously married. Application sworn and signed by J.H. HULIT, 15 Mar 1898. Marriage Certificate #46: Mr. James H. HULIT and Miss Mary E. LEHMAN were married 15 March 1899 by Frank G. McFarlan, Pastor. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1237, Orange Township Ashland County OH, page 177:    James H. HULIT, age 59, a farmer, born July 1840 in OH, married one year, father NJ, mother OH;  Mary E., born Oct 1854 in OH, age 45, married one year, parents born PA;  Henry S???Spergin, can't read relationship, age ?2 months, born April 1900 in OH, parents born OH.  Jessie B. is living with another family as a servant.  Her name had been on this census record with this family, but was crossed out.

Son, FamilySearch "Ohio, County Marriages 1789-1994." Cuyahoga County, v. 53 (1901-1902), p. 96: Hiram C. HULIT, age 35, born Mansfield, OH, physician, son of James H. HULIT and Martha J. YOUNG; and Hattie E. HOSTETLER, age 22, born Ragersville, OH, stenographer, daughter of Glideon/Glidron Hostetler and Catherine SUNDHIMER, were married 27 Nov 1901 by Rev. Morgan Wood. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

 

Ashland County CW Vets :  James H HULIT died 1903, buried Nankin Cemetery

Sons of Union Veterans:  Birth 10 Jul 1840.  Death 9 Jun 1903.  Burial Nankin Cem, SH302, Nankin, Orange Twp, Ashland County OH.  

1910, Springfield Township, Richland County OH:   Mary Elizabeth HULIT, age 55,  is listed as a widow living with her mother, Elanora LEHMAN who is listed  as head of household.  Also living there is Henry S. HULIT, Elanora's grandson. This record is very hard to read.
Jessie HULIT is still single, age 40 living in Ashland, Ashland County OH.

Wife #3 Mary's Death record in Ohio:  File # 59187 Mary Elizabeth HULIT of Mifflin Twp, Richland Co OH, died at Mansfield Gen. Hospital on 11 Sep 1947.  She was born 5 Oct 1854 in Franklin Twp, Richland Co OH.  Widowed, husband James HULIT.  Parents Samuel LEHMAN, and Elenora KAHL, born PA.  Burial at Nankin, OH.  Informant Henry S HULIT of RD #2 Mansfield.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:, File # 58841, Jessie B HULIT, of Madison Twp Richland Co OH, died 24 Sep 1937 at Madison Twp, Richland Co OH. She was single.  Born 1869 in OH.  Parents were James HULIT and Jane YOUNG, born OH.  Burial Nankin OH.  Informant was H S HULIT of Mansfield OH, RD2.  

Son's Death record in Ohio:, File # 12864, Marion G HULIT [male] died 18 Mar 1922 in Montgomery, Ashland Co OH.  Married, wife Ida B.  Born 12 Apr 1868 in Ashland Co OH.  Farmer.  Parents James HULIT and Mary YOUNG, born OH.  Buiral Ashland Cem.  Informant Lloyd C HULIT of Ashland OH.  

Hull, Lewis O.   10 Aug 1862  
Musician Hull was 13 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to  Company E of the 48th on 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Wesley HULL
Mother:  Elisabeth DEEMS
Birth:  Aug 1849, Richland Co OH
Marriage:  Viola Candace MARKLEY, 20 Oct 1875 [or Oct 25]
Death: 7 Dec 1929  Fort Wayne, Allen Co IN
Cemetery:  Lindenwood cemetery

Not at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  Lewis O HULL, B 120th, E 114th and E 48th OH Inf.  Applied for invalid pension in Indiana 5 Aug 1907, Application 1365950, Certificate 1139799, filed in IN.  Pension Card:  Lewis died 7 Dec 1929 at Ft. Wayne, IN.

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 85, Family 85:  Westley HULL, age 33 PA, shoemaker; Elizabeth, age 26 OH; Mary A., age 6 OH; Melissa J, age 4 OH; Lewis, age 1 OH; Isaac SHNEBERGER, age 22 OH, shoemaker.  [Richland Co Probate Court record:  Westley HULL married Elisabeth DEEMS on 7 Jul 1842 in Richland Co OH.]

Is this Lewis???1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1029, Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland County OH, page 304: Wesley HULL, age 43, groceryman, born OH; Elizabeth, age 36 OH; Mary A, age 15 OH, domestic; Melissa J, age 13 OH; Theodore, age 8 OH; Sylvester, age 6 OH.  

1870 Census, 3rd Ward, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN:  Wesley HULL, age 51 PA, patent for waggon break; Elizabeth, age ?? OH; Lewis O, age 19 OH; Sylvester, age 16, work on Railroad.  

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~paulrswan/Markley/Markley_Lineage.html
Viola Candace MARKLEY, daughter of Aaron and Mary Alice Mitchell MARKLEY, married Lewis O HULL on 20 Oct 1875 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  She was born 16 Feb 1853.

1880 Census District 126, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN:  L. O. HULL age 30 born OH, a painter, parents born OH;  Viola, wife, age 27, born IN, parents born PA;  Gracie, daughter, age 3, born IN.

1900 Census Fort Wayne, Allen County Indiana:  Louis O. HULL, born Aug 1849 in OH, age 50, retail wall paper, married 25 yrs, father born PA, mother OH;  Viola C, wife, age 47, born Feb 1853 in IN, married 25 yrs, 3 children, 2 still living, parents born in PA;  Clara L, daughter, age 17 born IN, born Oct 1882;  Mabel M, daughter, age 12, born May 1888 in IN.

1910 Census, 5th Ward Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN, page 36:  Louis L HULL, head, age 60 OH, first marriage, married 34 yrs, merchant wholesale and retail, parents born PA; Viola, wife, age 57 IN, first marriage, married 34 yrs, 3 children/2 still living; parents born PA; Norman E OLDS, age 29 IN, first marriage, married 4 yrs, ???engineer oil company, parents born USA; Clara OLDS, wife, age 27 IN, first marriage, married 4 yrs, parents born IN; Jane A, daughter, age 2 IN; Mabel M HULL, daughter of Louis, age 22 IN, single; Anna SHOPMAN, servant, age 23 IN, single, private family servant.  

1920 Census, 5th Ward Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN, page 152:  Lewis HULL, age 70 OH, wall paper company merchant, parents born PA; Viola, wife, age 68 IN, parents born PA.   

http://www.friendsofallencounty.org/
Available at Allen County Public Library: obituary for Lewis O HULL, date of obit 8 Dec 1929, in Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, page 13.    And obituary for Mrs. Viola C HULL, date of obit 2 Jan 1929, in Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, page 10.  The obituary for Lewis verifies that he was in Company B, but it mistakenly names the 129th Ohio Infantry.  [Note:  Soldiers and Sailors System does not list him in the 129th and neither does the Roster of Ohio Soldiers.]  It says he was 80 yrs old.  He owned the Hull wholesale and retail wallpaper business on South Calhoun street.  He was born in Richland County Ohio and went to Fort Wayne Indiana as a youth.  He joined the army as a drummer boy at age 13.  He lived many years on West Wayne street.  Survivors were two daughters, Mrs Norman E. OLDS of Cleveland OH and Mrs. Harold BAXTER of Philadelphia, PA.  Wife, Viola Markley HULL died a year before.  He was buried in Lindenwood cemetery.

See also:  Valley of the upper Maumee River: with historical account of Allen County...., volume 2, page 165
Participated in Vicksburg, Arkansas Post, Jackson MS, Mobile, blockade of Vicksburg, army of the Gulf, and Red river campaign.  

Hunt, Samuel*   11 Aug 1862
Private Hunt was 24 when he entered service.  He died 21 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: ?Daniel HUNT
Mother:  ?Sarah ????
Birth:  <1839>OH
Marriage:  
Death:  21 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi  [Samuel is not listed at Vicksburg National Cemetery]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Samuel HUNT, Private Co B 120th OH Inf.  died 21 Jan 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: typhoid pneumonia.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on US National Cemetery Interment Control forms, 1928-1962.

1850 Census, Mifflin Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 164, Family 164:  Daniel HUNT, age 60 NJ, farmer; Sarah, age 54 NJ; Isabella A, age 26 PA; Susan, age 25 PA; Daniel, age 23 PA; Jacob, age 18 OH; Samuel, age 11 OH.  

1860 Census, Mifflin Twp, Richland Co OH, pg 308:  Daniel HUNT, age 70 born NJ, a farmer;  Sarah, age 65, NJ;  Samuel, age 21, born OH, a farmer;  Isabella age 35, PA, a seamstress;  Susan age 32 PA, a seamtress.

 

Huston, George G.*   12 Aug 1862
Private George Huston was 24 when he entered service.  He died 28 May 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg Mississippi, section E, grave 372.
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Father: John HUSTON
Mother:  Mary HERSH
Birth:  ??24 Dec 1838 OH
Marriage:  
Death:  4 June or 28 May 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi
G.G. Huston of Co B 120th OVI is buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi, grave E 1824.    But the Interment site lists his death date as 5 June 1863. There must also be a stone at Pleasant Valley Lutheran Cemetery - Monroe Twp, Richland, Ohio, USA: GAR Co A 120th.
Relationship:  Brother of Jeremiah HUSTON, Co B 120th
Have requested photo permission at Find a Grave.  Annie202.  

 Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Geo or John HUSTON, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 4 June 1863 at Van Buren General Hospital Millikens Bend LA.  Cause: consumption.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  Moved from grave yard at Marshalls Plantation , Madison Parish, LA.  running number 444.  G. J. HUSTON, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 5 June 1863.  Vicksburg section A 307.

US National Cemetery Interment Controll Forms, 1928 - 1962:  G. I. HUSTON, Co B 120th OH Reg.  Died 5 June 1863.  Original burial at graveyard at Marshall plantation west bank of Miss River, Madison Parish La.     Vicksburg National Cemetery Section E grave 1824.  

1850 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  John HUSTON, age 62 born PA, a farmer;  Mary, age 44 PA;  Ellenor E, age 21 OH;  Abraham, age 19 OH, a carpenter;  Drucilla, age 17 OH;  Jeremiah age 15 OH, a farmer [see next soldier];  Abigal age 13 OH;  George age 11 OH;  Peter E. age 10 OH;  Hannah age 8 OH;  Mary A. age 5 OH.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Mary HUSTON, age 54, born PA, manages farm;  Ellen C, age 31 OH, teacher of common school;  Jeremiah, age 25 OH, farmer [see Jeremiah below];  Abagail, age 23 OH, teacher of common school;  George G. age 21 OH, farmer;  Peter E. age 18 OH, farmer;  Hannah age 17 OH;  Mary L, age 15 OH.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio:  File #4827, Peter Edmon HUSTON, died 1 Jan 1915 at Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH.  Single.  Farmer.  Born 31 Jan 1841 in OH.  Father John HUSTON, born PA.  Mother, Mary HERSH, born PA.  Burial Pleasant Valley.  Informant, Vernon MITCHELL, Lucas Co.  

Huston, Jeremiah   12 Aug 1862
Private Jeremiah Huston was 28 when he entered service.  He was transferred to 120th Company, 2d Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps 15 Dec 1863; discharged 29 Feb 1864 at Indianapolis, Indiana on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: John HUSTON
Mother:  Mary HERSH
Birth:  25 Sep 1834 OH
Marriage:  
Death:  15 Mar 1864 in Loudonville, Ashland, Ohio, USA
Cemetery:  Pleasant Valley [Lutheran] Cemetery - Monroe Twp, Richland, Ohio, USA
Relationship:  Brother of George G. HUSTON of Co B, 120th

Have not found on Pension Index.

Not on Headstones lists.  

1850 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  John HUSTON, age 62 born PA, a farmer;  Mary, age 44 PA;  Ellenor E, age 21 OH;  Abraham, age 19 OH, a carpenter;  Drucilla, age 17 OH;  Jeremiah age 15 OH, a farmer;  Abigal age 13 OH;  George age 11 OH;  Peter E. age 10 OH;  Hannah age 8 OH;  Mary A. age 5 OH.  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 299:  Mary HUSTON, age 54 PA, manages farm; Ellen C, age 31 OH, teacher of common school; Jeremiah, age 25 OH, farmer; Abagail, age 23, teacher of common school, George G, age 21 OH, farmer; Peter E, age 18 OH, farmer; Hannah, age 17 OH, domestic; Mary L, age 15 OH.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio:  File #4827, Peter Edmon HUSTON, died 1 Jan 1915 at Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH.  Single.  Farmer.  Born 31 Jan 1841 in OH.  Father John HUSTON, born PA.  Mother, Mary HERSH, born PA.  Burial Pleasant Valley.  Informant, Vernon MITCHELL, Lucas Co.  

Not on original list.  Wagoner/Teamster, Joseph HUTCHISON, was actually in Co B, 122nd OH Inf., Listed in Official Roster of Ohio Troops, Wagoner, , age 23, joined 11 Oct 1862, captured 15 June 1863 at battle of Winchester, VA; mustered out with company June 26, 1865. 
Pension Card:  Joseph HUTCHISON, teamster Co B 120th OH Inf.  Minor pension applied for 22 Oct 1886, but no cerificate number is listed.  

Pension Index:  Joseph HUTCHISON, Teamster Co B 122 OH Inf.  Widow Sarah E. HUTCHISON [declared insame by guardian], filed 22 Oct 1886, Application 341769, no Certificate, filed in OH.   Guardian George H. STOTTLEMIRE, applied 3 July 1886 for minor pension, Application 352061, Certificate 240469, filed in OH.

Jackson, Charles E.*   5 Aug 1862   Charles Edgar JACKSON
Private Jackson was 19 when he entered service.  He died 6 April 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: Abijah JACKSON [died 19 Oct 1856 buried at Peoria Cem, Mahaska Co IA. Find a Grave]
Mother:  Nancy
Birth:  <1843>OH
Marriage:  single
Death:  6 April 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Chas E. JACKSON, Private Co B 120th OH Inf, died 5 Mar 1863 at Small Pox Hospital Millikens Bend, LA.   Cause: variola [smallpox].

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962.

Pension Index:  Charles E. JACKSON of Co B 120th Ohio, mother Nancy JACKSON filed. 27 Jan 1864, Application 43766, Certificate 68402.

Family: 1850 Census, Town of Dresden, Jefferson Twp, Muskingum Co OH, Dwelling 1235, Family1247:  Elizabeth JACKSON, age ?40 [female] PA; Nancy JACKSON, age 40 VA; George, age 15 OH; William, age 12 OH; Clarinda, age 9 OH; Edgar, age 6 OH; Rowena, age 3 OH; [next page] Carilla, 5 months OH.  No occupations listed for any of them.  [Could the Elizabeth Jackson be a mistake?  This should be Abijah, the father who was born 22 Feb 1809 according to Find a Grave.]

Mother, 1860 Census, Richland Twp, Mahaska Co IA, Dwelling 351, Family 342:  Nancy JACKSON, age 50 VA; Roena, age 13 OH; Carilla, age 10 OH.  

Mother, 1870 Census, Okaloosa Twp, Mahaska Co IA, Dwelling 8, Family 10:  Benton HARBOUR, age 22 IA, book keeper; Carrie, age 20 OH; Nancy JACKSON, age 60 VA, without occupation.  

Mother and brother, 1880 Census, Martha street, Oskaloosa, Mahaska Co, IA, Family 357:  Benton HARBOUR, age 33 IA,  making brick, father born IL, mother born IA; Carrie, wife, age 30 OH, father born MD, mother born VA; Clare, daughter, age 7 IA, father born unknown, mother born IA ; Nancy JACKSON, mother, widow, age 70 VA, father born PA, mother born MD; Will JACKSON, son, widower, age 42 OH, "plasterer" was scratched out and written in was "paralyzed on the left", father born PA, mother born VA.

 Not in 1890 Special Veterans Census,  Can't find in 1860 with Charles.  

1895 Iowa, State Census:  Nancy JACKSON, age 85 VA, fifth ward, Mahaska Co IA.  

1900 Census, Oskaloosa, Mahaska Co IA, 1116 High Ave West, Dwelling 30, Famiy 37:  Nancy JACKSON is a boarder with Geroge and Mary HOFF family.  She is age 90 VA, born Dec 1809, widow, 7 children/3 still living, parents born MD.  

Mother may have died 5 Sep 1902.  Dropped from pension roll.  

Pension at fold3.com :
Charles E. JACKSON, Private, Co B 12- OH Vols.  Died of small pox, 6 Mar 1863, on hospital boat at or near Arkansas river.  He had no widow or minor child.  
Mother, Nancy JACKSON, resident of Mahaska Co IA, post office Oskaloosa.  [dated 21 Jan 1864] age 54, living in Oskaloosa.  Widow of Abijah JACKSON who had been dead since 19 Oct  1856.  Charles had worked for John C. STROUGHN in the winter of 1860 on his farm in Mahaska Co IA.  Stroughn on 20 Oct 1864: "I know that when he worked for me he took part of his wages in flour and other eatables and took them to his mothers house for her to live upon and I know of his providing wood and other things for her out of his own labor, and that he said to me when he went to volunteer that he intended to send money to his mother and I further know that but for him his mother could scarcely have got along."

Letter from Charles to his mother [punctuation added for clarity:
Camp Mansfield Sept 15, 1862
Dear Mother
It has bin a good while since I heard from you but I think I wrote the last letter bu you never ansurd.  Now I will write you one more and if you dont answer it I will think that you have forsakend me but I hope you have not for I don't think that I have ?afended you fer y to make you do it.  I am well at present and in joying my self vary well.  I have inlisted in the one hundrad twentieh regment ohio vollentear.  We are in Camp Mansfield ohio but don't know how long we will stay hear.  We are looking for orders to leave every day.  I got ?? letters from George last frida and had ??? before that and he is well and says he is fat as a hog and I am glad to hear that from him.  I wrote to Will yesterday.  He is in ottowa illinois.  I inlisted the 5 of August last for three years as the ????.  I hope when the few lines reaches you it will find you all in good helth.  when I get my Bounty I will send you some money.  We draw one hundred dolars bounty and I will send you all of mone to keep till I come back only what you want to live with and I will send you my mineture in the next letter that I send to you.  But if you don't ansure this I wont send you any more letter for there is no use of me writeing when I cant get no ansure.  George and I write regular to each other.  we get letters evry week from each other.  Well Mother have not much to write but I want you to tell me evry thing that is going on and give my respects to all of my inquirerig friends and tell them if I don't get kild I will see them some time but don't know how it will be but I hope not long.  Mother I want you to think of me on yours prayers and pray that I mite see you once more before I die.  tell the girls that I will send them my minetur when I get my bounty.

So no more at this time
from your nonduteful son
Charles E Jackson
Direct to Camp Mansfield
one hundrade and twentieh regmen ohio volentears
in care of R M Bryaton

Mother may have died 5 Sep 1902.  Dropped from pension roll.  

Kenton, William*   12 Aug 1862         KINTON
Private Kenton was 21 when he entered service.  He died 18 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  [His death date should probably be 3 Jan 1863 according to pension papers.]
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In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi

Father: Thomas  KINTON
Mother:  Pollie STEWART
Birth:  22 Aug 1841
Marriage:  
Death:  18 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi [Not listed at interment.net]; He is also included on the family gravestone as William KINTON, born 22 Aug 1841, died near Vicksburg, 18 Feb 1863, Co B, 120th OVI, at Hastings Presbyterian-Union Cem, Richland Co OH.  See Find a Grave.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  William KENTON, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, 18 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: pneumonia.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on Headstones Provided by gov't.

Pension Index:  Mother Polly KINTON applied.  [Polly is often a nickname for Mary.]  Pension Card:  William KINTON, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Mother applied 21 Apr 1863, Application 19096, but no certificate is recorded.  [Note: Polly died 6 Feb 1884 which may be why there was no certificate.  See Find a Grave. Pollie's husband was Thomas who died in 1844.]

This may be the marriage record of William's parents:
Ohio, County Marriages: 1789-1994, Richland Co OH.  
3 Jan 1839  Mr. Thomas KEILER married Miss Polly STEWART by ordained minister of the Apociate Reformed Presbyterian Church, James Johnson.  [
Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 15, Family 15:  Harriet KINCON, age 31 OH; William, age 9 OH; Martha J, age 7 OH; Thomas, age 5 OH.  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 218, Family 221:  Nancy THOMPSON, age 27 OH, domestic; Mary KENTON, age 40 OH; William, age 18 OH, farmer; Martha J., age 16 OH, domestic; Thomas N, age 15 OH, farmer.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio: Certificate #58190. Thomas Newton KINTON died 20 Sep 1926 at Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH. Born 17 Dec 1844 at IN. Father, Thos. KINTON, born Ireland. Mother, Polley STEWART, born OH. Married Mary A. Marlow. Burial Monroe Cemetery. Informant John F. Kinton. [Monroe Cemetery is also known as Hastings Presbyterian Cemetery. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1880 Census, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 256, family 270, viz: Thos. M. (sic) KINTON, 35 IN, farmer; Mary A., wife, 26 OH; Ociea C, daughter, 5 OH; Thomas R., son, 3 OH; William, son, 2 OH; Harrie E., son, born Nov 1880 OH; Mary J., sister, 36 OH; Polly, mother, 60 OH, father born PA, mother born OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Pension papers sent to me by Debbie Ferdetta.  Thanks, Debbie!

The papers indicate that William Kinton died 3 Jan 1863 of camp fever, although February was mentioned.  [Camp fever was usually typhoid.]

Mother, Polly Kinton, lived in Lucas [Hastings post office] Richland Co OH.  

William Kinton was employed by his grandfather from the time he was 14 yrs old.  

Polly wrote: My oldest son William Kinton was born 22 Aug 1841.  My second son Thomas N. Kinton was born 17 Dec 1844.  My daughter Martha J. Kinton was born 15 July 1843.  

William's father, Thomas, died in Kasciusko co IN on 29 sep 1844.  Wm's mother, Polly, said that "no person was present at time of his death excepting my sister, Nelly Stewart."

Testimony of Jacob and Eli Berry of Hastings PO, Richland Co OH: "Polly Kinton the mother of William Kinton rented her fathers farm.  Receiving one third of produce raised on said farm, William Kinton and Thomas his brother, three years younger and much less able bodied, did the work.  The proceeds of said labor was used for the support of Polly Kinton's family between the periods of April 1856 and 1862. The claimant's farm of 80 acres was purchased April 1st 1864 the amount paid down being $800 (eight hundred dollars).  There yet remains an encumberence of $800 on the farm.  The present value of the farm I our opinion would be $40 per acre or thirty five hundred. "

Polly died 6 Feb 1884.  
 

Letter from William to his mother:
 
Camp Oliver Tenn

Dec 19th ???
Mrs. Polly Kinton

Respected mother your letter of the 8th is just read
I am glad to hear that you are all well
I am nearly as well as usual
I hope that all will be right in a few days.  
I finished writing a letter to Grandfather just after dinner
Since writing that I have seen Hughes
he reports that L Ryder?? is getting better.
They are tolerably comfortabley ??situated?? and get about as good rations as in camp
If Levi was at home in his present condition he could not assist his father much
The only thing that could be done would be to make him more comfortable
As soon as his discharge can be filled he will be sent home

You said that you put some checks into a letter that you sent to me
If you put them in I did not get them
I perhaps dropped them and when I opened the letter
For just as I rec'd the letter I was ordered to report to the officer of the day immediately
And I was so anxious to hear the news from home that I opened the letter as I walked along and if they were in I dropped them and did not notice them.
I am sorry to hear that you are afraid of me deserting my religion.
I have too high a sense of my honor to degrade myself thus
It is true that a large number of the members of this reg't have deserted the religion they once embraced
The joys of this world will not compensate for the glories above.
I hope that you will remember us at a throne of glory.

In regard to the provisions and meat especially I will just say that I think that the pork packers must have been laying up a supply of meat for the last 3 or 4 years for we do not get any
port except ???side and ham which is not fit to eat.  
Some of it would eat pretty well but our cook Lt. Norrick is too lazy to prepare it in good style.
We draw fresh beef twice a week which some times is cooked pretty well but too often it is so tough that we can scarcely chew it.  
While in camp we have drawn bread which is sometimes hard and sometimes soft.  
On some occasions we sell our old pork and buy cornmeal and make mush and then fry it which eats pretty well.
When at Louisville our ??? laid in a supply of crackers for our

trip down the river which did not contain a particle of salt
The boys got so sick of them that they could scarcely eat them
The weather is pretty fine
we have only had one rain since we came to camp.
It is not very cold
the ground scarcely ever freezes here.
We sleep pretty comfortably here at night
Our gum blankets come in good play at night to spread on the ground and then make our bed on them
In speaking of the health of the reg't I should have told you that our surgeon took sick while at ??Cerrington?? and resigned
Since we came here one of the assistant surgeons has taken sick.
Consequently our surgical aid is pretty slim
As my time is rather limited I must close
Hoping that we may soon meet again and enjoy the society that I love so much I will bid you good bye
I am so ever your affectionate son

Wm. Kinton

P.S. If you direct your letters to Cairo instead of Louisville they come much quicker for the reason that they come quicker by railroad than by water.
And also so many packets are engaged by Government that there is not a regular time to carry the mail.   

 

 

Kithcart, Thomas W.   17 Oct 1863
Private Kithcart was 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E, 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864. Transferred to Co D, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  

Father: Joseph KITHCART
Mother:  Mary J. WHITE  [World Connect]
Birth:  June 1845 Ashland Co OH
Marriage:  Sarah L. WHITE, 25 Dec 1867 at Miami Co., IN
Death:  10 Aug 1916, Roanoke, IN on leave from National Military Home, Grant Co IN
Cemetery:  Hebron Cemetery, Hebron, Porter Co IN
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Tina at Find a Grave
 

 Pension Index:  Thomas W KITHCART, E 114th, B 120th, D 48th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 9 Dec 1887, Application 631422, Certificate 829523, filed in Indiana.   Pension Card:  Thomas died 10 Aug 1916 at National Military Home in Indiana.  

Researcher at WorldConnect:  Father, Joseph KITHCART, mother Mary J. WHITE.  Thomas died 1916 in Hebron IN and is buried in Hebron Cem, Hebron, Porter Co IN.  It says that wife Sarah was also buried there.  I have had no luck finding the family in 1850, 60 or 70 census records.

1850 Census, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 121, Family 122: Joseph KITHCART, age 31 PA, farmer; P. [female]. age 32 OH; T. [male], age 5 OH; M [female]. age 3 OH; M J [female], age 1 OH; S A BARBER, age 4 OH; L M YOUNG, age 20 OH.  

1860 Census, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 1522, Family 1522:  Joseph Kithkart, age 40 PA, farmer; Martha, age 13 OH; Joseph ?, KITHCART, age 4 OH.    Where was Thomas?

Ancestry.com, Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941: Thomas W. KITHCART married Sarah L. WHITE on 25 Dec 1867 at Miami Co., IN. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1870 Census, Butler Twp., Miami Co. IN, p. 24A, dwelling 142, family 142: Thomas KETHCERT, age 24 OH, farmer; Sarah, age 19 OH; Adaline, age 1 IN. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

father 1870 Census, Boon(e) Twp., Porter Co., IN, dwelling 142, family 138: Joseph KITHCART, age 51 PA, farmer; Mary, age 39 OH; Joseph, age 14 IN, working on farm; Ellen, age 4 OH; Charles, age 3 OH. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

father 1880 Census, Boone Twp., Porter Co., IN, dwelling 78, family 78: Joseph KITHCART, age 60 PA, farmer; Mary J., wife, age 48 OH; Joseph C., son, age 23 IN, works on farm; Ella L., daughter, age 14 IN; Charles, son, age 13 IN; Clark, son, age 8 IN; Goldie M., daughter, age 6 IN. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]  

1880 Census Boone, Porter County, IN, page 549:  Thomas KITHCART age 35 OH, a farmer, father born OH, mother born PA;  Sarah L, wife, age 28 IN, parents born OH;  Alvina, daughter, age 9 IN;  Nellie, daughter, age 7 IN.  

Have not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Boone Twp, Porter County IN, page 5:  Thomas KITHCART, age 54 OH, born June 1845, married 30 yrs, landlord, father born PA, mother born OH; Sarah O, wife, age 45 OH, born Sep 1854, married 30 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, father born OH, mother born PA.  

http://www.rootsweb.com/~innwigs/Archives/PorterCo-DeathIndex/PorterDeathIndex-K.htm
Sarah L KITHCART died 21 Feb 1901, age 48y 4 m 7d, born OH, died in Hebron IN, father David C WHITE, mother Elizabeth KITHCART, buried in Ashland OH.  

1910 Census, Center Twp, Grant County, IN, page 31, Marion Branch National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers:  Thomas W KITHCART, age 64 OH, widower, parents born OH, no occupation.  

 Marion National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers:  9369
Enrolled in military 28 Oct 1863 at Mansfield OH, Co B, 120th OH Inf, discharged 27 Nov 1864
Transferred 27 Nov 1864 Co E, 114th OH Inf, discharged 24 July 1865;
Transferred 24 July 1865 Co D 48th OH Inf., mustered out 9 May 1866 at Galveston TX
Disability: valvular disease of heart; deafness, defective vision
Born Ashland Co OH, age 62, height 5'10", hazel eyes, dark hair, reads and writes, protestant, farmer
Residence: Roanoke, Huntington Co IN
Nearest relative: sister Martha Wygant, Roanoke, IN
Died of apoplexy while away from the Home; died at Roanoke, IN, on 10 Aug 1916.
Burial at Hebron, IN on 12 Aug 1916, W. M. Korntz, undertaker, Roanoke, IN

 

Lickliter, George W.*   6 Aug 1862   George Washington LICKLITER
Private Lickliter was 34 when he entered service.  He died 16 Mar 1863 on a hospital boat near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster:  buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: George Peter LECKLITER [ancestry.com]
Mother:  Rosanna COOK [ancestry.com]
Birth:  1828 VA
Marriage:  Mary Jane BURKE, 5 Sep 1850, Richland Co OH
Death:  16 Mar 1863 on a hospital boat near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana/ or 22 Mar 1863/ or 18 Mar near Youngs Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi  [not listed anywhere]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  George W. LICKLIGHTER, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Died 18 Mar 1863 on floating hospital "Nashville."  Cause diarrhoea and icterus [jaundice]  

Have not found in Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960.

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index:  George W. LICKLITER, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Widow Mary J. LICKLITER applied for 6 July 1863, Application 26621, Certificate 11294, filed in OH.  Minor guardian, David McFarland, applied for 7 Aug 1865, Application 104861, Certificate 92540.

Pension document 22 Apr 1863, Widow's Declaration:  Mary Jane Lickliter married George W. Lickliter 5 Sept 1850 at Richland Co OH.  Her maiden name was Mary Jane BURKE.  Her residence in 1863 was Washington village, Richland Co OH.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 29, family 29: William HAFFORD, age 23 VA, farmer; Mary, age 25 VA; Sarah E., age 19 OH; Washington LICHLIDER, age 23 VA, farmer. [Though the name is clearly recorded as "Hafford" in this census, other records point to this being the family of William J. and Mary M. (LICKLITER) STAFFORD and their daughter Sarah Elizabeth, who was really only a year old in 1850.  It is likley that Mary is a sister of George Washington LICKLITER. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

George and Mary Jane BURK married 5 Sep 1850 at Newville, Richland Co OH.  

1860 Census, Monore Twp, Richland County, OH, Dwelling 85, Family 86 :  Geo W LECKLEITER/LICKLEITER, age 32 VA, day laborer; Mary F, age 28 OH; Mary R, age 7 OH; James C, age 5 OH; Martha A, age 8 OH; Williard H, age 11 months OH.

[Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Mary J. LICKITER married Joseph FERGUSON on 2 Apr 1865 in Richland Co OH.]

1880 Census, Berlin Twp, Knox Co OH, Dwelling 30, Family 30:  W. LECKLITER, age 21 OH, father born PA, mother born OH, single, laborer.....is living with Willard W and Alice R COLE and family.  

1880 Census, Berlin Twp, Knox Co OH, Dwelling 28, Family 28:  James LECKLITER, single, age 25 OH, father born PA, mother born OH, laborer......is living with WM W. COLE and Elizabeth M COLE and family.  

Son George, Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  G. C. LECHLITER died 1 Feb 1893 at Mt. Vernon, Knox Co OH, age 30.  Born about 1863 in Richland Co OH.  Occupation: mohler[might be a mistake in transcription].  Married.  Father G. W. LECHLITER.   Mother Mary J. BURK.  

Is this son, Willard and grandson Roy?  Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  Roy D. LECKLITER, Sr.  Died 1 Dec 1962 at Mount Vernon, Knox Co OH.  Age 76, born <1886>.  Father Willard LECKLITER.  Mother Elizabeth ZIMMERMAN.  

Daughter:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Martha Ann ERRETT died 14 Feb 1926 at Akron, Summit Co OH, residence 829 Amherst.  Age 69, widowed.  Born 17 Sep 1856, OH.  Burial at Mt. Vernon, OH.  Father W. B. LICKLETER, born MD.  Mother Mary BURK, born OH.  Spouse: George.  [Mound View Cemetery, Mount Vernon, Knox Co OH.]  [George and Martha ERRETT were living in Mt Vernon, Knox Co OH in 1880 and 1900.  They had been married <1875>.]  [Ohio, County Marriages 1789-1994:  Geo E. ERRETT married Mattie A. LECKLITER, 8 Mar 1877 at Knox Co OH.]

 Pension at fold3.com :
George W. LICKLITER, Private, Co B 120th OH Reg, died at Youngs Point LA, 20 Mar 1863 of chronic diarrhoea.  He enrolled at Monroe, Richland Co OH.  Died of fever on hospital boat, 22 Mar 1863.  Died on floating hospital "Nashville" of diarrhoea and icterus [jaundice].  Another paper said he died 18 Mar 1863.  

George and Mary Jane BURK married 5 Sep 1850 at Newville, Richland Co OH.  

Widow, Mary Jane LICHLITER [dated 22 Apr 1863] was age 32, resident of Washington village, Richland Co OH.  
Widow remarried Joseph W. FERGUSON, 2 Apr 1865, Richland Co OH
Guardian David McFARLAND, of Washington Twp, Richland co OH, age 55 [dated 1 Aug 1865]
Children:
Mary A. J. LECKLITER, born 11 Aug 1852, nurse was Arabell HEYSER.(physician now dead, not named)
James C. LECKLITER, born 1 Nov 1854, Matilda A. COUTER attended the mother but Dr. Cominger was in attendence [Dr. moved west]
Martha A. LECKLITER, born 17 Sep 1856, attending physician was John M. SMITH
Nathan W. (William H.) LECKLITER, born 6 July 1859, attending was Elizabeth ARMSTRONG
George C. LECKLITER, born 3 Apr 1864, attending physician was N. BAKER.  

Likes, George C.   11 Aug 1862
Private Likes was 24 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.

According to an undated "Muster Roll of Captain Joseph P. Rummel's Company B of the One hundred and twentieth Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infy" George C. LIKES, Private, was enrolled Aug. 11"/62 at Worthington [Twp.] by Lieut. Rummel. [From the file of the Ohio Adjutant General at the Ohio Historical Society. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Father: ?John Joseph LIKES [Tree at rootsweb by Sandy Gann]
Mother:  ?Abigail CHILDS [Tree at rootsweb by Sandy Gann]
Birth:  25 Apr 1837, Wayne Co OH [Date Calculator from stone: 42 yrs 7m 3dys and Tree at rootsweb by Sandy Gann ]
Marriage:   Christena STINE, 17 Feb 1867, Richland Co OH
Death: 28 Nov 1879, Norton, Jefferson Co KS
Cemetery:  Hull Grove Cemetery, Winchester, Jefferson Co KS, 42 yrs, 7 mths, 3 dys.
Find a Grave tombstone:  Christina STINE was later married to George COOK. She was born Aug 14, 1847, died  June 9, 1923. 

Photo Credits: Raymond Riley at Find a Grave.

George Likes at Hull Grove Cemetery, Jefferson Co KS

Christine Likes

Christine Likes

Have not found on Pension Index.

Thanks to Kerry Kimberly for help on this soldier!

[In 1840 both the father John LEIX and the grandfather George LEIX were in Mohican Twp, Wayne Co OH.  In 1846 Mohican Twp became part of Ashland Co OH.]  

Where was George, age 23?? 1860 Census, Hanover, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling , Family: John LIKES, age 45 PA, farmer; Abigail, age 47 OH; Jacob, age 19 OH; Joseph, age 18 OH; Sarah A, age 12 OH; Mary M, age 7 OH.  [Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  John LEIX married Abby CHILDS on 30 Jun 1836 at Wayne Co OH.]  [Was this another sibling?  Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994: Christena LEIX married David SHOWALTER, 17 Feb 1846 at Wayne Co OH.]  John and Abigail ended up in Berrien Co MI.  Abigail is there in the 1880 Census living with son Jacob C.  [According to Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records (1981), p. 411, there is (or at least there was) a stone at Bunker Hill Cemetery, Worthington Twp., for John LIKES who died 6 Dec 1861, at age 47 yrs, 9 mos, 28 days.   Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Ohio Marriages:  George C. LIKES married Christena STINE, 17 Feb 1867, Richland Co OH  

1870 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co., OH, dwelling 90, family 91:  George LIKES, age 31 OH, farm laborer; Christena, age 21 OH; Ida, age 2 OH; Anna, born Apl 1870, OH.  [This one was misspelled "Sikes" in the Ancestry.com index.  Contributed by Kerry Kimberly.]

Move to Jefferson Co KS <1872>

Kansas State Census dated 1 Mar 1875, Jefferson, Jefferson Co KS, Family 169:  George C. LYKES, age 37 OH, farmer; Christene, age 27 OH; Mary A., age 5 OH; Love Ann, age 2 KS. Note:  From a combination of records, including her marker at the Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery in Jefferson Co., KS, it is clear that her name was actually "Lovie Ann" (see Lovie Ann LIKES SHUGHART at findagrave.com). Lovie Ann married Jacob Finley Shughart. She appears in several census records as Lovie Ann/Lovie A. Shughart; she died in 1956, and she is buried at Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery in Jeffersn Co., KS. Her sister, Mary Alice, married Andrew Shughart, died in 1952 and is buried in the same cemetery.  Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1880 Census, Norton, Jefferson Co KS, Dwelling 196, Family 197:  Christine LIKES, listed as "married",  age 30 OH, parents born Germany; Alice, daughter, age 10 OH; Anna, daughter, age 7 KS.  Children's parents bron OH.  

Federal Census Mortality Schedule, 1850-1885:  31 May 1880 Norton, Jefferson Co KS, Line 14 197 Geo. C. LIKES, age 42, married, born OH, parents born PA.  Farmer.  Died Nov of typhoid pneumonia.  7 yrs resident of county.

Kansas, Marriages, 1840-1935:  Christina LIKES married George W. COOK at Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co KS on 23 Mar 1882.  She was age 32, born <1850>.  He was age 32, born <1850>.  

1900 Census, Jefferson, Jefferson Co KS, Dwelling 190, Family 191:  George W. COOK, age 61 IN, born June 1838, married 18 yrs, father born OH, mother born IN, farmer; Christinea A. , wife, age 51 OH, born Aug 1848, married 18 yrs, 5 children/4 still living, paretns born Germany; David C., son, age 16 KS, born Apr 1884, single, father born IN, mother born OH, at school; Edward E, son, age 10 KS, born Mar? 1890, father born IN, mother born OH, at school.

1910 Censusk Jefferson Twp, Jefferson Co KS, Dwelling 221, Family 231:  George W. COOK, age 71 IN, second marriage, married 28 yrs, parents born IN, general farming, not marked for military service; Christina A., wife, age 62 OH, second marriage, married 28 yrs, 5 children/4 still living; parents born Germany; Edward E, son, age 20 KS, single, farm laborer.

George W. Cook, Co I 11th Cavalry,died 29 Aug 1913.  Pension Index:  George W. COOK, Co I, 11th KS Cav.  Invalid Pension: 17 May 1888, Application 655275, Certificate 430718, filed in KS.  Widow, Christina A. COOK, filed 15 Sep 1913, Application 1014364, Certificate 772748, filed in KS.  

1920 Census,

Lutz, Jacob M.*   11 Aug 1862
Private Lutz was 20 when he entered service.  He died 30 Jan 1863 on the steamer Omaha at Young's Point, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: Samuel LUTZ
Mother:  Louisa BETZ
Birth:  <1842>
Marriage:  
Death:  30 Jan 1863, Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren Co, MS [Not listed at interment.net ]

Not on U.S., Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Pension Index:  Jacob LUTZ, Co B 120th OH Inf, pension filed by mother Louisa LUTZ, 30 July 1879, Application 249114, Certificate 226532.   State not given.  

1850 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 195, Family 195: Samuel LUTZ, age 33 PA, farmer; L. LUTZ [female], age 28 PA; John, age 13 OH; R. [female], age 12 OH; Jacob, age 8 OH; Samuel, age 1 OH.  [Medina County Probate Court record:  Saml LUTZ married Louisa BEETS on 29 Apr 1835 in Medina Co OH.] [Samuel died in 1871 and Lousa in 1885 and were buried at Bunker Hill Cem, Richland Co OH.]

1860 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 66:  Samuel LUTZ, age 47 PA, farmer; Louisa, age 44 PA; Roxana, age 23 OH; Jacob, age 18 OH; Samuel, age 11 OH; Mary Jane, age 7 OH; Henry C, age 4 OH; Margaret E, 11 months OH.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio: File # 28103, Henry Clark LUTZ died 15 May 1935 in Loudonville, Ashland Co OH.  Married, wife Lenora Thomas Lutz.  Born 15 Jan 1856 in OH.  Father Samuel LUTZ, born PA.  Mother Lewisa BETZ, born US.  Burial Loudonville OH.  Informant Earl D LUTZ of Loudonville.  

 

McClellan, William A.   11 Mar 1864
Private McClellan was 32 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864. Transferred t Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.[McClelland]  Discharged 9 May 1866.    

Father: John McClelland
Mother: Elizabeth ????
Birth:  <1832>
Marriage: Jane WATERS/WATTERS
Death:  between census of 1870 and 1880
Cemetery:

Pension Index:  William A. McCLELLAN, B 48th and E 114th OH Inf.   Widow, Jane McCLELLAN, filed 1891 Mar 2, Application 507385, Certificate 348427, filed in OH.   Minor, Marilla O METZ et al, filed 1897 March 18, Application 650447, no certificate, filed in OH.

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 187, Family 190:  John MCCLELLAND, age 64, Ireland; Elizabeth, age 54 PA; William, age 19 OH; Charlotte, age 16 OH.  

Wm A. Mcclellan married Jane WATERS on 20 Dec 1856 at Franklin County OH

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 67, Family 71:  William McCLELLANS, age 27 OH, shoemaker; Jane, age 22 OH; John, age 3 OH; Emerson, [male], age 1 OH; unnamed, age 5 months OH.  

1870 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 342, Family 355:  Wm McClellan, age 40 OH, farm laborer; Jane, age 30 OH; Emma, age 13 OH; Delos [male], age 11 OH; Alexander, age 9 OH; Lilley, age 7 OH; John, age 15 OH; Morilla, age 3 OH; Emma, age 5 OH; Warien [male], age 1 OH.  

Son, Steward A. McCLELLAN was born 14 Oct 1860 at Richland Co OH.  Father William A. McCLELLAN, mother Jane WATTERS.  [Marriage record of Steward]

1880 Census, Bowling Green Twp, Marion County, OH, Family 216:  Jane McCLELLAND, age 39 OH, widow, parents born OH; Kenston, son, age 20 OH, single, parents born OH; [next page] Steward, son,  age 18 OH, parents born OH, single; Lillie, daughter, age 17 OH; Emma, daughter, age 15 OH; Merilla, daughter, age 13 OH; Thomas, son, age 11 OH.  [None were listed as working outside the home, but all were listed as being "well."]

1890 Special Veterans Schedule:  Bowling Green, Marion Co OH:  House number 86, Family number 87, line 22:  Jane McCLELLAN widow of Wm A. McCLELLAN, Pvt in Co B 48th OH, from 10 Mar 1864 to 9 May 1866.  PO address:  La Rue OH.  [48th OH Battalion:  Organized July 24, 1865, by consolidation of the 48th, 83rd and 114th Ohio Infantry. Duty at Galveston and Houston, Texas, till May, 1866. Mustered out May 9, 1866.]

 

McCrary, Hiram   8 Aug 1862
Private McCrary was 27 when he entered service.  He was discharged 5 Aug 1863 at Columbus Ohio on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: William McCREARY
Mother:  Sarah RUNYAN [find a grave]
Birth:  Oct 1835 OH
Marriage:  Susan SWIGART on 6 Sep 1873 in Richland Co OH
Death:  10 Dec 1909 at Hudson, Lenawee Co, MI
Relationship:  Brother of William J. McCREARY of Co C, 120th OVI
Cemetery:  Maple Grove Cemetery, Hudson, Lenawee Co, MI
Hiram McCreary at Maple Grove Cem.Photo Credit:  Keith Larzelere at Find a Grave

Pension Index:   Hiram McCREARY of Co B 120th OH inf.  Applied for invalid pension 15 July 1890, Application 854018, Certificate 881870, filed in MI.   Widow, Susan McCREARY, applied for pension 5 Jan 1910, Application 933258, Certificate 696690, filed in MI.  

1850 Census, Green, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 244, Family 245:  W. McCRAY [male], age 53 Ireland, farmer; S. [female], age 50 PA; E. [female], age 17 OH; H. [male], age 15 OH, farmer; W.[male], age 14 OH; W. [male], age 12 OH; M.J. [female], age 8 OH; H., [male], age 4 OH.  

1860 Census, Green, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 1445, Family 1445:   William McCREARY, age 69 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 62 PA; Hiram, age 23 OH, farm laborer; William, age 22 OH, farm laborer; Mary J, age 18 OH; Benton, age 14 OH.  

Age Wrong  1870 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, page 251:  Hiram McCRARY, age 26 OH, day laborer, living with Warren and Malinda WALLACE.  

Richland County Probate Court record:  Hiram McCREARY married Susan SWIGART on 6 Sep 1873 in Richland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Hudson Village, Lenawee, MI, page 233C, Dwelling 186, Family 201:  Hiram McCREARY, age 40 OH, laborer, father born Ireland, mother born NY; Susan, wife, age 37 OH, parents born PA; Guyvani SWIGART, son, age 17 OH, clerk in store, parents born OH; Nelly McCREARY, daughter, age 2 MI, parents born OH; Myrtie McCREARY, age 4 months MI, parents born OH.  

1890 Special Veterans Schedule:  Line 4, house 34, family 35, Hiram McCREARY, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf.  PO address Hudson MI.  Chronic diarrhoea.  

1900 Census, Hudson Twp, Lenawee Co, MI, Dwelling 88, Family 90:  Hiram McCREARY, age 64 OH, born Oct 1835, married 25 yrs, parents born OH, farmer; Susan, wife, age 57 OH, born Jan 1843, married 25 yrs, one child/1 still living, parents born OH; Myrta, daughter, age 20 MI, single, born June 1880, book keeper.  

Michigan Death records:  Hiram McCREARY died 10 Dec 1909 at Hudson, Lenawee Co, MI.  Age 74.  Father William McCREARY.  

Have not found 1910.

1920 Census, 210 East Congress St, Belding, Ward 3, Ionia County,  MI, Dwelling 187, Family 196:  Homer R. UNGER, age 38 MI, father born OH, mother born MI, garage owner; Myrta, age 39, wife, age 39 MI, parents born OH; William, son, age 9 MI; Susan McCREARY, mother in law, widow, age 76 OH, parents born PA.  

Found online:  Mrs. Susan McCREARY was a member of The First Baptist Church in Hudson MI, East Main street.

McKee, Calvin*   8 Aug 1862
Private McKee was 18 when he entered service.  He died 20 Jan 1863 on the steamer Crescent City, near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
For a little information about the Crescent City steamer go to this outside link:
http://members.tripod.com/~Write4801/riverboats/c-3.html 
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Enlisted at Independence, Richland County.
Father: John McKEE
Mother:  Catherine SHEETS [according to researcher at WorldConnect and Family Search]
Birth:  <1845> OH
Marriage:  
Death:  20 Jan 1863
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS  [Not listed at Dept of Veterans Affairs or at Interment.net]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Calvin McKEE, Private, Co B 120th OH INf, died 17 Jan 1863, at Regimental Hospital.         Cause: rubeola

Have not found in Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960.

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Have not found on Pension Index.

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 265, Family 269:  John McKEE, age 46 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 41 PA; Joseph, age 19 OH; Calvin, age 5 OH; Robert, age 2 OH; Lucinda PITTS, age 19 OH; Mary PITTS, age 11 OH.  

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, page 186:  John McKEA, age 56 PA, farmer; Emily, age 36 OH; Thomas, age 18 OH, farmer; Calvin, age 14 OH; Robert, age 11 OH; Alonzo HARPER, age 12 OH; Rhoda, age 10 OH.

Mackey, John D.*   23 Aug 1862
1st Lieutenant Mackey was 20 when he entered service.  He was promoted to Sergt. Major from private 15 Mar 1863; from Sergt. Major to 1st Lieutenant 1 Aug 1863; died 21 Sept, 1864.  [Also listed in Company A and Field and Staff.]  
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: no burial information given.

See Company A for family information.

Miller, Anthony W.   12 Aug 1862
Private Anthony Miller was 22 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 23 June 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Father: Jacob MILLER
Mother:  Fanny WHITE
Birth:  17 Aug 1839 in OH
Marriage:  Electa Jane WILSON
Death:  12 Feb 1929 in Dover, Fulton County, OH
Cemetery:  Ottokee Cem, County Road J, Ottokee, Dover Twp, Fulton County OH, section A
Stone photo at Find a Grave.  

Pension Card:  Anthony W. MILLER, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid applied for 15 May 1876, Application 220957, Certificate 159944.  Widow, Alecta J., applied 28 Mar 1929, Application 1639055, Certificate A-6-24-29.  Anthony died 12 Feb 1929 at Wauseon, OH.

1850 Census, Monroe, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 56, Family 56:  Jacob MILLER, age 46 OH, farmer; Fanny, age 32 OH; William, age 21 OH; Milo, age 19 OH; Louisa, age 16 OH; Samuel, age 13 OH; Anthony, age 11 OH; Mary E, age 7 OH; Martha, age 5 OH; Amarantha, age 2 OH.  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, page 296:  Jacob MILLAR, age 55 PA, farmer; Fanny, age 51 OH; Samuel, age 23 OH, farmer; Anthony, age 20 OH, farmer; Mary E, age 19 OH; Martha, age 14 OH; Samantha, age 12 OH; John M., age 9 OH.  

Married to Electa WILSON<1868>.  

1870 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 622:  Wayne MILLER, age 30 OH, farmer; Electa, age 26 OH; Robert, age 2 OH; Minnie, age 1 OH.  

1880 Census, Hanover, Ashland County, OH, page 51:  Wayne MILLER, age 40 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Alecta, wife, age 36 OH, parents born PA; Robart, son, age 12 OH; Minnie, daughter, age 10 OH; William, age 9 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule: Pike, Fulton Co OH: Line 5, House 20, Family 20: Anthony W. MILLER, Private, Co B 120 OH Inf.   Post Office Ottokee.  

1900 Census, Pike Twp, Fulton County OH, page 174:  Anthony W MILLER, head, age 60 OH, born Aug 1839, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH; Electy J, wife, age 56 OH, born Sept 1843, married 32 yrs, 7 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Robert D, son, age 32 OH, single, born Dec 1867, farmer; William, head, age 29 OH, born Nov1870, married 9 yrs, farmer; Ida B, wife, age 31 OH, born Mar 1869, married 9 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, parents born OH; Vern, son, age 2 OH, born Feb 1898.  

1910 Census, Dover Twp, Fulton County, OH, page 107:  Anthony W. MILLER, age 70 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH; Electa J, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, 7 children/2 still living, parents born PA.  [Note: Column 30 marked for military service.]

1920 Census, Dover Twp, Fulton County, OH, page 80:  A.W. MILLER, age 80 OH, truck farmer,  father born PA, mother born OH; Electa, wife, age 75 OH, parents born PA.

Death record in Ohio:  File # 3885 or 13885, Anthony Wayne MILLER, was born 17 Aug 1839 in OH.  He was 89 yrs, 5 mths, 25 dys.  Died 12 Feb 1929 in Dover, Fulton County, OH. Buried Ottokee Cemetery.  Wife Electa Jane MILLER.  Anthony's father: Jacob MILLER, born in PA,  and his mother was ?Pamil?WHITE born in PA.  Certificate marked that he was in the military. He was a retired farmer.   Informant, W N? MILLER of Wauseon, OH.    

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 1839.  Died 1929.   Burial Ottokee Cem, County Road J, Ottokee, Dover Twp, Fulton County OH, section A.  

http://www.crewfamily.com/tombstones/volume_1_page_108.htm
Ottokee Cemetery, southwestern edge of village of Ottokee, Dover Twp, Fulton Co OH.  
Anthony W MILLER 1839 - 1929 Marked CW
Alecta J MILLER  1843 - 1930

Ohio Online Death Certificate Index:    Electa J. died 19 Dec 1930 in Fulton County, OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 72270, Electa Jane MILLER died 19 Dec 1930 at Pike Twp, Fulton Co OH.  Widowed, husband Anthony W MILLER.  She was born 15 Sep 1843 in OH.  Her parents were Robt. J WILSON and Humility LOCKHART, born PA.  Burial Ottokee? Cem.  Informant R D MILLER of Wauseon OH.  

Miller, Elliott H.   6 Oct 1863
Private Elliott Miller was 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co D, 48th OVI, 24 July, 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866 at Galveston TX. 
Father: ????Samuel MILLER
Mother:  ????Eleanor ROBINSON
Birth:  <1845>
Marriage:  yes, see pension index record
Death:  before 1894
Cemetery: Perrysville Union Cem, Ashland Co OH
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Elliott H MILLER, D 48th OH Inf and E 114th OH Inf.  Minor pension filed with name Lillian E MILLER in 1893 May 24, Application 577032, no Certificate, file in OH.

Sons of Union Veterans:  Service also lists Co. D in the 48th OVI and Co G in the 7th TN Inf. [Note: He is not listed at Soldiers and Sailors System as being in the 7th TN.]  Burial Presbyterian Cem, Bridge and Church Sts, Perrysville, Green Twp, Ashland County OH.  

??1850 Census, Mohican Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 189, Family 192:  Samuel MILLER, age 64 PA, farmer; Eleanor, age 61 PA; Alonzo H, age 18 PA; Sarah N?, age 16 PA; Nancy E, age 16 OH; Nelly A, age 12 OH; Rebecca I?, age 10 OH; Nelson, age 8 OH; Asberry [male], age 6 OH; Eliott, age 6 OH; Brown, age 3 OH.  [Note:  were these younger children actually the children of Samuel and Eleanor?]

??1860 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland County OH, page 64 :  John OHLER, age 35 OH, farmer; Jane, age 32 OH; Sarah, age 10 OH; Elliot MILLER, age 12 OH.  

???Sister's Death record in Ohio: File # Sarah M. HAZLETT died on 20 June 1914 at Lucas Co Hospital,  Toledo, Lucas Co OH.  Married.  Birthdate unknown.  Age 78 [<1836>].   Parents, Samuel MILLER and Elenor ROBINSON, born PA.  Burial Washington Twp, Wood Co OH.  

Miller, Samuel W.   31 Aug 1862
Private Samuel Miller was 25 when he entered service.  He mustered in as Corporal; mustered out as private 14 July 1865 at Washington D.C.  

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1837>OH
Marriage:  Sarah
Death:  5 Jul 1878, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, age 41 [Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997]
Cemetery:   Loudonville, Hanover Twp, Ashland County OH.  [S. W. MILLER, Civil War]
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903: Samuel W. MILLER, Pvt, Co B 120 OH Inf, village cemetery, Loudonville, Ashland Co OH, died 5 Jul 1878.  

 Pension Card:  Samuel W. MILLER, Co B 120th OH Inf, Co I, 9th Veterans Reserve Corps.  Invalid applied for 14 June 1875, Application 204952, Certificate 139647.  Widow, Sarah MILLER, applied 10 Sep 1878, Appliction 239158, Certificate 186817.

Married by <1867>

Have not found 1870.  

1880 Census, Loudonville, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling, 393, Family 425:  Sarah MILLER, widow, age 39 PA, parents born PA; Ruella, daughter, age 13 OH, father born OH, mother born PA; Elizabeth, age 11 OH, daughter,  father born OH, mother born PA; Walter, son, age 7 OH, father born OH, mother born PA.

1890 Veterans Schedule, Loudonville, Ashland Co OH:  #15, Sarah MILLER widow of Pvt. Sam'l W. MILLER of Co B 120th OH and Co I 9th OH.  PO Loudonville OH,  Kidney disease.

1900 Census, Hanover, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 180,  Family 196:  Sarrah MILLER, age 60 PA, born Sep 1839, widow, capitalist, parents born PA; Ellen F, age 23 OH, born Dec 1866, daughter, school teacher, single, father born OH, mother born PA; Walter, age 27 OH, son, single, born Oct 1872, type setter, father born OH, mother born PA; Zelah M KANTZER, age 6 OH, lodger, parents born OH, born Dec 1893.  

1910 Census, Wood St, Hanover, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 216, Family 234:  Sarah MILLER, age 70 PA, widow, 5 children/3 still living, parents born PA; Ella F, daughter, age 42 OH, single, teacher in public school, father born OH, mother born PA.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 1837.  Burial Loudonville, CH 529, Loudonville, Hanover Twp, Ashland County OH.  

Moffitt, Frederick S.   4 Aug 1862
Private Moffitt was 18 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 8 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Father: ?Samuel MOFFETT
Mother:  ?Rebecca SWITZER
Birth:  <1846>25 Apr 1846 at Lucas, Richland Co OH
Marriage:  1 ????Amanda MASON ??? 5 Jan 1869 at Richland Co OH.  
2Susan MASON on 30 Dec 1871 at Cook Co IL.
3 Amelia ????
Death:  11 or 12 June 1924, Milwaukee, WI
Cemetery:  Wood National Cemetery, Milwaukee, WI
Find a Grave.
I wondered why Fred would have died in Wisconsin.  I found that there was a National Soldiers Home at Milwaukee  And he is buried, according to the online source at Wood National Cemetery.  The cemetery is co-located with the VA Medical Center and the VA Regional Office in Milwaukee.  Frederick S. MOFFETT, Pvt, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 11 June 1924, buried at sect 24, site 190.
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Phillip at at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  Frederick S. MOFFETT, Co B 120th OVI, Co D 114th OH, A 12th U.S.Inf and Gen. Ser. USA; Co C, Gen. Rec. Ser, USA.   Invalid applied for 3 Aug 1901, Applicationn 1273300, Certificate 1117850, filed in IL.  Widow, Amelia M. MOFFETT, applied 12 Aug 1924, Application 1222585, Certificate 956509, filed in AR.  Frederick died 12 June 1924 at Milwaukee, WI.  

 Richland County, Ohio Soldiers Discharges, v. 1, p. 63: Frederick S. MOFFITT, born Lucas, Richland Co., Ohio; age 18; 5'8", fair complexion, gray eyes, red hair; clerk; from Lucas; served under R.M. Brayton. [Richland County Recorder's Office, Mansfield, Ohio. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly.] 

Richland Co Probate Court record:  Samuel MOFFETT married Rebecca SWITZER on 1 Apr 1841 in Richland Co OH.  According to Family Search member, these are the parents of Fred.  Rebecca died 4 Feb 1848.  Their children were Alexander, John, Frederick Switzer, David and Catherine.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 84, Family 84:  Samuel MOFFAT, age 33 PA, blacksmith; Sarah, age 21 OH; Alexander, age 8 OH; John, age 6 OH; Frederick, age 4 OH; David, age 3 OH; Angeline, age 2 OH; Ezra, age 3 months OH.  [father's second marriage ??:Family Search member:  Samuel MOFFETT married Sarah TUCKER on 2 Apr 1848 at Richland Co OH.]

1860 Census, Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 304:  Samuel MOFFITT, age 44 PA, blacksmith; Sarah, age 31 OH; Alexander, age 18 OH; John, age 15 OH, blacksmith apprentice; Frederick, age 13 OH; David, age 12 OH; Angeline, age 11 OH; Ezra, age 9 OH; Louisa, age 7 OH; Elvira, age 6 OH; Lawrence, age 5 OH; George, age 4 OH; Newton, age 2 OH.  

Richland County Ohio Probate Court record:  Frederick S. MOFFETT married Amanda MASON on 5 Jan 1869 at Richland Co OH.  

Other siblings for Fred:  1870 Census, Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 251:  Saml MOFFETT, age 53 PA, blacksmith; Sarah, age 42 OH; Angeline, age 20 OH; Eliza, age 19 OH; Lawrence, age 14 OH; Alvina, age18 OH; Louisa, age 16 OH; Newton, age 10 OH; Nancy, age 7 OH; Rachel, age 4 OH.  [John, age 28, is living next door.]

1870 haven't found Frederick

Family Search member:  Frederick Switzer MOFFETT was married to Susan Hannah MASON on 29 Nov 1871.  He was born 25 Apr 1846 at Lucas, Richland Co OH.  [Illinois, Cook Co Marriages, 1871-1920:  Frederick S. Moffett married Susan MASON on 30 Dec 1871 at Cook Co IL.]

brothers ? 1880 Census, John and Lawrence MOFFET are living in Oakland, Clay County, KS, page 96 D

other siblings for Fred:  1880 Census, Lucas, Richland County, OH, page 117 D:  Samuel MOFFETT, age 64 PA, blacksmith, father born Scotland; Elvira, daughter, age 26 OH; George W, son,  age 23 OH; Newton I, son, age 21 OH; Mary A, daughter,  age 17 OH; Rachael G, daughter, age 14 OH; Saml L, son, age 9 OH.

???1880 Census, Chicago, Cook Co IL.

<1896> married Amelia

1900 Census, Hill Twp, Pulaski, AR, Dwelling 448, Family 453:  Fred S. MOFFETT, age 54 OH, married 4 yrs, born Apr 1846, father born NY, mother born PA; Amelia M, wife, age 33 NY, born Oct 1866, married 4 yrs, no children, father born NY, mother born Germany.  

1910 Census, Gainsboro Twp, Independence, AR, Dwelling 207, Family207:  Frederick S. MOFFETT, age 64 OH, general farming, second marriage, married 14 yrs, father born NY, mother born OH, marked UA for military service; Amelia M, wife, age 47 NY, first marriage, married 14 yrs, no children, father born NY, mother born Germany.  

1920 Census, Gainsboro, Independence Co, AR, Dwelling 201, Family 201:  Fred MOFFETT, age 73 OH, father born NY, mother born PA, general farming; Amelia, wife, age 57 NY, father born NY, mother born Holland.  

1930 Census, Moorefield, Independence Co AR, Dwelling 96, Family 105:  Amelia MOFFETT, age 67 NY, widow, age 34 at first marriage, father born NY, mother born Germany, farm business, general farm.  
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Morrison, Solomon S   10 Aug 1862
Private Morrison was 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father: James MORRISON
Mother:  Ruth Ann BILLINGS
Birth:  Feb 1846 OH
Marriage:  Lydia CARR, 28 Mar 1875
Death:  9 July 1918, Webster City, Hamilton Co IA
Cemetery:  Graceland Cemetery, Webster City, Hamilton Co IA
photoicon2.jpg Photo Credit:  "Michael" [Hollander] at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  Solomon S. MORRISON, Co B 120th OH Inf, Co E 48th OH Inf, E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid pension applied for 20 Oct 1890, Application 922354, Certificate 779750, filed  in IA.    Widow, Lydia A. MORRISON, applied 20 Aug 1918, Application 1126112, Certificate 863726, filed in IA.  Solomon died 9 July 1918 at Webster City, IA.  

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 30, Family 30:  James MORISON, age 41 PA, merchant; Ruth, age 41 VA; Francis, age 19 OH; Nancy J, age 15 OH; Samuel, age 9 OH; Solomon, age 5 OH; Caroline, age 3 OH; Emely, age 1 OH.  

1860 Worthington Township, Richland County, OH:  James MORRISON age 52 born PA, a farmer, Ruth age 51, born VA;  Samuel age 19 OH a farmer;  Solomon age 15 OH, a farmer;  Caroline age 13 OH;  Emily age 10 OH;  Connell age 8 OH;  Ella age 6 OH.  Also living there was Lydia Cole age 37.
WorldConnect lists Solomon's  mother as Ruth Ann BILLINGS.

1870 Webster City, Hamilton County, IA:  Solomon MORRISON age 24, born OH, a laborer, is living with John [wife Sarah] PATTERSON, a dry goods and retail grocer.

S. S. Morrison married Linda CARR 28 Mar 1875 in Iowa.  [Iowa Marriages on Ancestry.com]

1880 Census, Webster City, Hamilton County, IA; page 193 A:  Sol MORRISON, age 34 OH, clerk in store, father born PA, mother born VA; Lydia A, wife, age 28 PA, parents born PA; Mary, daughter, age 4 IA; Jessie, daughter, age 2 IA.  

Do not see on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

BLAIRSBURG TOWNSHIP, The History of Hamilton County, 1912. Iowa
"For many years the business of the town was conducted largely by Sol. Morrison, J. C. McNee, _____Brown, W. F. Powers, G. A. Walrath and Wilse McNee."
"February, 1882, when a disastrous fire occurred, sweeping out of existence at one more than half of the business part of the town, taking all of the business buildings on the west side of Main street except two.  The fire started in Pat Maloy’s saloon.  In about an hour’s time the town was in ruins.  The principal losers were the Martin estate, S. S. Morrison, Pat Maloy, Mrs. Ann Carus, Fred Volenweider, J. M. George, A. Rawhorter, J. M. Houghtaling, Chas. Draper, Frost & Co., Willis Orres and J. W. Thompson."

1900 Blairsburg Township, Hamilton County IA:  Solomon S. MORRISON age 54, born Feb 1846 OH, a general merchant, married 25 years, father born PA, mother VA;  Lidia A, wife,  age 50 born Feb 1850 in PA, married 25 yrs, 2 children, 2 still living;  Mary, daughter, age 24 IA, born May 1876, single.

1910 Webster City, Boone Township, Hamilton County IA:  Solomon S.MORRISON, age 62 OH, first marriage, married 36 yrs, own income, lists both parents as born in PA;  Lidean C., wife, age 58 PA, parents born PA, married 36 yrs, first marriage, 2 children both still living.

1920 Webster City, Boone Township, Hamilton County IA:  L.C. MORRISON, age 68, a widow, living alone, born PA, parents born PA.

Mowers, Henry H.   8 Aug 1862
Sergeant Henry Mowers was 24 when he entered service.  He was wounded 1 May 1863 in battle of Thompson's Hill, Mississippi; discharged 15 July 1863.
[Note: another source says he was captured at Millikens Bend and James Plantation, LA.]
Father: Isaac MOWERS, VA
Mother:  Anna KYLER, Germany
Birth:  3 Jul 1838, OH
Marriage:  Malinda CULLER, 13 Oct 1864, Richland Co OH
Death:  29 Feb 1932, Latty Twp, Paulding Co OH
Cemetery:  Mt. Zion Cem, Lucas, Richland Co OH
Relationship:  Brother of  John H. MOWERS of Co B 120th OVI
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Henry H MOWERS, B 120th.   Invalid filed 18 Sep 1863. Application 32855, Certificate 29512.   Widow, Melinda MOWERS, filed 1932 Mar 9, Application 1713612, Certificate A-7-20-32, no state given.  Pension Card:  Henry died 29 Feb 1932 at Grover Hill, OH.  

In the 28 May 1863 issue of the Wooster Republican it was reported that H.H. Mowers was wounded in the left arm and right hand.

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 225, Family 225:  Isaac MOWER, age 48 VA, farmer ; Henry H, age 12 OH; John H., age 10 OH; Sarah A, age 8 OH; Martin L, age 7 OH; Elizabeth C., age 6 OH; Julia Ann, age 4 OH; Jacob HASSING or HOSSING age 17 OH; Elizabeth CULP, age 28 MD.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH;  Isaac MOWER, age 57 VA, farmer;  Marie, age 48, born Germany;  Henry H, age 21 OH, carpenter;  John H, age 19 OH, a carpenter [See John below];  Sarah, age 18 OH, a teacher;  Martin L, age 16 OH, a farmer;  Elizabeth age 14 OH;  Julia Ann, age 12 OH;  George, age 9 OH;  Lucinda, age 6 OH;  William, age 3 OH;  Also living there Elizabeth ?Manner age 22 OH, a domestic.

1864:  Richland County Probate Court record:  Henry H MOWERS married Malinda CULLER on 13 Oct 1864 in Richland County OH.

Have not found in 1870 and 1880.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Montgomery, Ashland Co OH:  Line 21, House 148, Family 153: Henry H. MOWERS, Private, Co C [incorrect] 120 OH Inf.  Post Office: Ashland OH.  No comments.  

1900 Washington Township, Paulding County OH:  Henry MOWER, age 61 OH, born July 1839,  married 35 yrs, a farmer, father born VA, mother Germany;  Malinda, wife, age 60, born Oct 1839 in OH, married 35 yrs, 4 children, 4 still living, father born MD, mother OH;  Harvy or Harry STAHL, son-in-law, a farmer, age 32, born Mar 1868, married 2 yrs, father born VA, mother born OH;  Anna, daughter, age 21, born Nov 1878, married 2 yrs, 1 child, 1 still living;  Floid, grandson, age 11 months, born July 1899 in OH.

1910 Census Grover Hill Village, Latty Township, Paulding County OH, page 205:  Henry H MOWERS, age 71 OH, half owner of tile factory, first marriage, married 45 years, father born VA, mother Germany;   Melinda, age 60 OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, 4 children, 4 still living, father born MD, mother OH.  [Note:  Column 30 is marked UA for military service for Henry.]

1920 Census Harrison Street, Grover Hill Village, Latty Township, Paulding County OH:  Henry H MOWERS, age 81; Malinda, wife, age 80.  Birthplace information is the same as the 1910 census.  Henry is no longer working.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Burial Mt. Zion Cem, Mt Zion Rd, Monroe Twp, Richland County OH.  Died 1932.  

Death record in Ohio:  Henry H MOWERS, died 29 Feb 1932 in Latty Twp, Paulding County, OH.  He was born 3 Jul 1838 in OH.  His parents were Isaac MOWERS, born VA, and Anna KYLER, born Germany.   His wife was Malinda MOWERS.  Informant was ??? STAHL of Grover Hill, OH.  Henry was in the Army.  He was retired.  Burial in Mt Zion Cem, Lucas, OH.  

 

Mowers, John H.   11 Aug 1862
Private John Mowers was 22 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 19 June 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: Isaac MOWERS, VA
Mother:  Anna KYLER, Germany
Birth:  22 Mar 1840, Lucas, Richland Co OH.
Marriage: Martha E. SACKMAN, 22 Oct 1862, Richland Co OH
Death:  11 Feb 1925, Mansfield, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Mansfield Cem, Richland Co OH, age 84.  Section 39, Lot 123.  [Ellen died age 80, 4 May 1926 at Mansfield.  Section 39, lot 123.]
Relationship:  Brother of Henry H MOWERS, of Co B 120th OVI

Pension Index:  John H MOWERS, B 120th and B 114th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1890 Aug 6 in OH.    Widow, Martha E. MOWERS, applied for widow's pension in 1925 Feb 20 in OH.  Pension Card: John died 11 Feb 1925 at Mansfield, OH.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH;  Isaac MOWER, age 57 VA, farmer;  Marie, age 48, born Germany;  Henry H, age 21 OH, carpenter [see Henry above];  John H, age 19 OH, a carpenter;  Sarah, age 18 OH, a teacher;  Martin L, age 16 OH, a farmer;  Elizabeth age 14 OH;  Julia Ann, age 12 OH;  George, age 9 OH;  Lucinda, age 6 OH;  William, age 3 OH;  Also living there Elizabeth ?Manner age 22 OH, a domestic.

1862 Richland County Probate Court record:  John H MOWERS married Martha E. SACKMAN on 22 Oct 1862 in Richland County, OH.  

1870 Census Monroe Township, Richland County, OH:  John MOWERS, age 29 born OH, a farmer;  Mattie E. age 24 OH;  Daisy C, age 6 OH;  Arlettie? M, female, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  John H. MOWERS, age 40 OH,  a farmer, father born Va, mother Germany;  Martha E, wife, age 35 OH, father born PA, mother born OH;  Daisy F, daughter, age 17 OH;  Arlettie M, daughter, age 12 OH;  Arthie B., daughter, age 2 OH.   

1890 Veterans Schedule: Weller, Richland Co OH:  Line 5, House 26, Family 26, Pvt, Co B 120 OVI.  Post Office:  Olivesburg, Richland Co OH.  No comments.  

1900 Census Mendota Street, Mansfield, Richland County, OH:  John MOWERS, age 60 in OH, born Mar 1840, a loan agent, married 37 yrs.father born VA, mother Germany;  Martha E, age 55 born May 1845, married 37 yrs; Belle A, daughter, age 22 OH, born Jan 1878, single, a drug canvasser.

[Very hard to read]  1910 Census Mansfield, Richland County, OH:  John MOWERS, age 70 , 1st marriage, married 47 yrs, born OH, a lumber merchant, father born Virginia, mother born Germany;  Martha, wife, age 69, 1st marriage, married 47 yrs, 3 children, 3 still living, father born ?Germany, mother ?Ohio.

1920 Census Swanger Ave, Mansfield [City], Richland County, OH:  John MOWERS age 79 OH, township trustee in the city, parents born Germany;  Martha, wife, age 74 OH, parents born OH.

Death record in Ohio:  John H MOWERS, died 11 Feb 1925 at Mansfield, Richland County, OH.  He was born 22 Mar 1840, at RFD Lucas, OH.  His parents were Isac MOWERS, born VA, and Anna KYLER, born Germany.  His residence was 17 Ruth.  He was in the military service.  His wife was Martha SACKMAN.  He was retired.  Burial Mansfield Cem.  The informant was Geo. FRIETCHEN of Mansfield OH.    

Mowry, Matthias   12 Aug 1862
Sergeant Mowry was 26 when he entered service.  He was appointed from private 1 Mar 1863; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 19 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Father: Jacob MOWRY
Mother:  Catherine TEETERS
Birth:  13 Oct 1837
Marriage:  Louvinia H. EARLY, 13 Dec 1866
Death:  28/29 May 1913, Mansfield, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Mansfield Cemetery,age 75 yrs, 7 mths.  Sectio OS-13, Lot 1127.  [Wife, Lorena H, died age 70 yrs, 3 mths.  4 Apr 1909.  Section OS-13, Lot 1127.  

Pension Card:  Mathias MOWRY, Co B 120th OH, Co D 114th OH.  Invalid pension filed 26 Nov 1879.  Died 3 June 1913.  [Wrong according to the death record below.]

1850 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH, :  Jacob MOWRY;  Catharine;  Joseph;  Samuel;  Sarah;  Adam;  Matthias;  Soloman.  

I wonder if this is the brother of Matthias:  
1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH, page 298:  Daniel MOWERY,  age 37 PA, a farmer;  Catherine, age 31;  lists children and also Mathias MOWERY age 25 born OH, a farmer.

1866 Richland County Probate Court Record:  Matthias MOWREY married Louvinia H. EARLY on 13 Dec 1866 in Richland County OH.

1870 Census Madison Township, Richland County OH, page 110:  Matthias MOWERY, age 31 OH, a farmer; Lora H, age 29, born NY.  

1880 Census, Madison Twp, Richland County, OH, page 97:  Matthias MOWRY, age 42 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Laura H, wife, age 40 NY, father born PA, mother born NH; Ada L, daughter, age 8 OH; Frederick ISILI, age 14 Switzerland, parents born Switzerland.  

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Madison Twp, Richland County, OH, page 79:  Mathias MOURY, age 62 OH, born Oct 1837, married 33 yrs, parents born PA, farmer; Lorania H, wife, age 61 NY, born Jan 1839, married 33 yrs, 2 children/1 still living, father born PA, mother born NJ; Margaret ROBARDS, ??? girl, age 14 KY, born Jul 1885, parents born KY, single.  

1910 Census, 1st Ward Mansfield, Richland County, OH, page 60:  Sindney S PALMER, age 37 or 34, first marriage, married 15 yrs, parents born OH, stationary? engineer in a church; Ada L, wife, age 37, first marriage, married 15 yrs, one child/one still living, father born OH, mother born NY; Louise S, daughter, age one yr and 3 months OH; Mathias MOWRY, father-in-law, age 72 OH, widowed, father born PA, mother born MD, own income.

Death record in Ohio:  Matthis MOWRY, died 29 May 1913 in Mansfield, Richland County OH.  He was living at 23 Wood.  He was born 13 Oct 1837.  He was a retired farmer.  His father was Jacob MOWRY, born in PA, and his mother was Catherine TEETERS, born in PA.  He was buried at Mansfield Cem.  The informant was Sidney L PALMER of Mansfield OH.  

Norick, David*   9 August 1862         NORRICK
Private Norick was 30 when he entered service.  He died 27 Mar 1863 on a hospital boat near Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: Daniel NORRICK
Mother:  Mary Elizabeth WICKFIELD
Birth:  9 Oct 1831, Harrison OH
Marriage:  Mary F. NEWTON  or NEWLON, 20 Jan 1857 Richland Co OH
Death:  27 Mar 1863, hospital boat, "Nashville", near Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS:  Not listed anywhere in Vicksburg Nat'l Cem.  

U.S., Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: David M. NORICK, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 26 Mar 1863 on floating hospital "Nashville".   Cause: debilitas.

No on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

 Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Headstones provided by gov't

Pension Index:  David M NORRICK, B 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Mary F NORRICK,  filed 1863 May 1, Application 20080, Certificate 61398.  .  
This may be wife Mary:  Mary NORICK died 2 Apr 1900 in Mansfield, Richland Co OH, age 67, born 1833, widow.  Ohio EASy, film 397773, V. 1, p. 53  [Note:  I haven't found her in the 1900 Census, and according to other census records she was born about 1833.]

Family Search says that David NORRICK was born 9 Oct 1831  and died 26 Mar 1863 in Vicksburg.  His parents were Daniel and Mary Elizabeth [WICKFIELD] NORRICK.  He was married 20 Jan 1857 in Richland County OH.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Carroll Co OH, Dwelling 907, Family 909:  D. NORRICK, age 54 PA, farmer; E. female, age 52 VA; J. W. male, age 25 OH, farmer; L. M. male, age 15 OH, farmer; E. female, age 12 OH; M J female, age 8 OH; S. male WINKFIELD, age 50 VA;   Thomas BOYD, age 23 OH, farmer; M. female BOYD,  age 23 OH.  

Siblings listed at Family Search:  Jacob 1817, Joseph 1819, Hezekiah 1822, Catherine 1824, John Wesley 1826, Mahala 1828, Jamima 1830, Elizabeth 1838, Margaret 1842.

Richland County Probate Court record:  David M. NORRICK married Mary F. NEWLON on 20 Jan 1857 in Richland OH.  

1860 Washington Township, Richland County OH:  David NORWICH, age 27 born OH, a farmer;  Mary, age 27 OH;  Josiah, age 2 OH;  baby, age one month OH.  [They were living in the dwelling next to Daniel NORRICK, age 63 PA, a farmer;  Elizabeth age 63 VA;  Margaret age 17 OH.]

1880 Census Washington Township, Richland County OH:  Mary NORRICK, age 47, born OH, parents born VA;  Josiah NORRICK, son, age 21 OH, a farmer;  Julia A. McFARLAND, other, age 48, OH, a seamstress, father born PA, mother born NY.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Line 5, House 267, Family 275:  Mary Norrick, widow of David M. Norrick, Pvt, Co B 120 OVI. Post Office:  Mansfield city.  No comments.

Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  Mary NORICK, died 2 Apr 1900 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH, age 67.  

Son's Death record in Ohio:  Josiah W. NORRICK died 22 Sep 1935 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  born 18 Jun 1858 in OH.  Married.  Address 74 Poplar St.  Father David NORRIC.  Mother Mary NEWTON, born OH.   Burial Mansfield OH.  

Pension at fold3.com :
David M. NORRICK, Private, Co B 120th OH Vols, died of fever on hospital boat, "Nashville",  25 Mar 1863 of camp diarrhoea and debilitas.  Another date shows his death 26 Mar 1863.  David enrolled at Monroe, Richland Co OH.  
David had become sick with fever and then diarrhoea [15 to 20 times per day] in Feb 1863, and on  7 Mar 1863 David was placed on the hospital boat "Nashville" at Youngs Point.  He was "much reduced and emaciated from the disease."[Hiram McCREARY affidavit]  "...there was but little more than skin and bones left of him..."[William SWAN affidavit]  He was at Millikens Bend, LA, some seven miles up the river from Youngs Point when he died.  
Widow, Mary F. NORRICK, resident of Richland Co OH, post office Mansfield, OH.  [dated 25 Apr 1863] Mary was 38 yrs old.  
Marriage:  Mary J. NEWLON married David NORRICK on 20 Jan 1857.  
Children:  
Josiah W. NORRICK, born 18 June 1858, attended by Dr. Norman BAKER
Rachel O. NORRICK, born 24 May 1860, attended by Mary DEEMS.  No physician was present.

Widow's death was reported in 1900.

Parker, William*   29 Feb 1864
Private Parker was 22 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; he died 27 Sept 1864 in Rebel Prison at Tyler, Texas.  [The prison was Camp Ford.]  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Alexandria, Louisiana in section18, grave 26.
The Interment site says that Wm Parker of Co B 120th OVI is buried at Alexandria National Cemetery Pineville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana and that he was previously buried at Shreveport, Louisiana.

Father: Richard PARKER
Mother:  Isabell GIBSON 10 Apr 1839 in Harrison Co OH
Birth:  1841 Harrison Co OH
Marriage:  single [David Cook letter in pension file]
Death:  27 Sep 1864, Camp Ford, Tyler, TX
Cemetery: Alexandria National Cem, Pineville, Rapides Parish, LA [Department of Veterans Affairs:  William PARKER, pvt, Co B 120th OH Inf.  died 27 Sep 1865.  Buried at Alexandria National Cem, LA, Section A, site 821.] Parker, Wm, d. 09/27/1865, PVT CO B 120 OHIO INF, Plot: 821
Parker, Wm, d. 09/27/1865, PVT CO B 120 OHIO INF, Prev Bur Shreveport La, Plot: A 821.  The official main exchange day for the prisoners at Camp Ford was 22 May 1865.  So I am reasonably sure that he died in 1864 as it states in the Ohio Roster.  
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Photo Credit: Robert Lachney [Zombie finder] at Find a Grave.  

Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865, 1 July 1863:  William PARKER of Centre Twp, Wapello Co IA, 4th Congressional District, age 24, born <1839>, farmer, white, single, born OH.  

Interment.org site says that Wm Parker of Co B 120th OVI is buried at Alexandria National Cemetery Pineville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana and that he was previously buried at Shreveport, Louisiana.

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  Wm PARKER, Pvt, Co B 120 OH Inf, died 27 Sep 1865 [??] Previously buried at Shreveport LA info from Old Card 11 June 1952.   Alexandria National Cemetery, Sec A, Grave 821.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Pension Card:  William PARKER, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Mother, Isabel WRIGHT, applied for pension 21 Nov 1872, Application 206376, Certificate 177238.  

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Thanks to Debbie Ferdetta who sent Pension Records.[Additional information by webmaster.]

Isabell Gibson Parker Wright born 1806

[Richard Parker Sr. married Issabella GIBSON 10 Apr 1839 in Harrison Co OH, Ohio County Marriages.]

1841 William Parker born in Harrison Co., OH

1849 Father Richard Parker, died Harrison Co., OH [Pension Record of son William]
1850 Census, Stock Twp, Harrison Co OH,  Dwelling 92, Family 92: William P. SMITH, age 46 Huntingdon Co PA, farmer; Margaret SMITH, age 45 Jefferson Co PA; Richard SMITH, age 18 Harrison Co OH, farmer; Daniel SMITH, age 15 Harrison Co OH, farmer; Margaret SMITH, age 13 Harrison Co OH; David SMITH, age 11 Harrison Co OH; Simeon SMITH, age 9 Harrison Co OH; Hannah  SMITH, age 9 Harrison Co OH; Rosey Ann SMITH, age 6 Tuscarawas Co OH; Isabella PARKER, age 41 PA; William PARKER, age 9 Harrison Co OH.  

William's brother Robert PARKER born in <1849> in OH
1850 Census, North Twp, Harrison Co OH, Dwelling Family:  Robert GIBSON, age 49 Beaver Co PA; Elizabeth GIBSON, age 48 Jefferson Co OH; James, age 21 Harrison Co OH; Mary, age 19 Guernsey Co OH; Elizabeth A, age 17 Guernsey Co OH; Nancy Jane, age 16 Harrison Co OH; Sarah, age 14 Harrison Co OH; Robert PARKER, age 1 Harrison Co OH.  

1850-1859 Isabell marries Mr. Wright When?  Where?   James Wright

1859-1860 Mr. Wright died in Illinois   [Pension letter 1877 04 26]  Must have been 1860.

1860 Census- can’t find Wm & Isabell.   
Wiliam Smith family, William, Margaret, David and Simon are in Columbiana Co , OH.  So Isabella and William are not there.  
Wrong family:  James Wright in Iowa with an Isabell.  Wrong age??  Where are her children?????1860 Census, Ashland, Wapello Co IA, Dwelling 971, Family 926:  James WRIGHT, age 42 OH, farmer; Isabell, age 33 KY?; Ann E, age 13 IA; Robert D, age 11 IA; James O, age 4 IA; George T, age 2 IA.  All are listed with the surname WRIGHT.  

Wm Parker Co B 120th OVI

According to the letter above, 1861-1862 mother Isabell lived in Tuscarawas Co., OH

2/29/1864 Soldier enrolled in Urichsville, OH to serve 3 years...Tuscarawas Co.
 Wm Parker Co B 120th OVI

3/3/1864 Mustered in Columbus, OH

4/1864 mother Isabell moved to Monroe, Co. Iowa (one pension letter looks like Moravia, Iowa which is in Appanoose Co.) after her son enlisted.

5/3/1864 Prisoner of War

9/27/1864 Died  sickness Camp Ford, Tyler TX

1870 Census in Richland Twp, Wapello Co., Iowa. Isabel Wright, age 63 PA; Robert Parker, age 22 OH, farm laborer;  Margaret Parker, age 26 OH.  

1872 Mother Isabell Wright lived in Eddyville, Wapello Co., Iowa file claim

1880 Census, Columbia, Wapello, Iowa, Dwelling 401, Family 401:  Robert I. PARKER, age 31 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother OH; Amelia K, wife, age 34 OH, parents born PA; JohnM, son, age 7 IA; Mettie C., daughter, age 4 IA; Anna F, daughter, age 2 IA; Isabel WRIGHT, mother, age 74 OH, widowed, father born Scotland, mother born Virginia.  

 Have not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Find A Grave:  Isabella Gibson Wright died 16 Jan 1891, Ottumwa, Wapello Co IA. 

William's brother Robert:

1885 Iowa State Census shows: [contributed by Lisa Zahlmann]
Town of Kirkville, Wapello County, Iowa: Robert G. Parker, age 37, miner; Amelia K. Parker age 37; John M. Parker age 12; Mattie C. Parker age 9; Anna F. Parker age 7; David S. Parker age 4; Fletcher F. Parker age 1; Isabel Wright age 77

1895 Iowa State Census shows:  6th Ward, Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa:  Robert Parker, age 48, born in Ohio, occupation miner; Amelia Parker, age 48, born in Ohio; Annie Parker, age 17, born in Wapello Co Iowa; Sanford Parker, age 14, born in Wapello Co Iowa; Fletcher Parker, age 11, born in Wapello Co Iowa; Clarence R. Parker, age 4, born in Wapello Co Iowa

1900 Census, Chicago Ward 10, Cook Co IL: Robert PARKER, age 54; Amelia, age 54; Sanford, age 19; Fletcher, age 16; Clarence, age 9.  

 

Parr, Andrew   6 Aug 1862
Private Parr was 25 when he entered service.  He was discharged 26 Mar 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: Andrew H PARR
Mother:  Lucina DONALDSON
Birth:  20 Jan 1837 or 1838, Ashland Co OH
Marriage:  Mary J [Jennie] HINER
Death:  18 or 19 July 1900
Cemetery:  St John Cemetery, near Perrysville, Ashland County, but located in Richland Co OH

Andrew Parr at Saint John Cem, Richland Co OH
Photo Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Andrew PARR, B 120th OH Inf.     Invalid filed 1863 June 17, Application 26411, Certificate 26151.  Minor, E F VEACH guardian, filed 23 August 1900, Application 725388, Certificate 539436, but no state was given. [Note:  E F VEACH is in the 1900 census in Perrysville, Ashland County OH as a dry goods dealer.]  Pension Card:  Andrew died 18 July 1900.

Family Search says that Andrew PARR was born 20 Jan 1837 in Ashland County OH.  His parents were Andrew H PARR and Lucina DONALDSON.  He died 19 Jul 1900, but it doesn't say where.  
Death record in Ohio:  Winfield Scott PARR's death certificate says his mother was Siensena DONALDSON.  

1850 Census, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 299, Family 300:  Andrew H. PARR, age 43 PA, farming; Lucina, age 40 PA; Olivia, age 18 PA; Robert, age 17 PA, farmer; Andrew, age 13 OH; Catharine, age 11 OH; Margaret, age 10 OH Cevinia, age 5 OH; Mary, age 3 OH; Parthena, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census Green Township, Ashland County OH:  Andrew H. PARR, age 52 PA, a farmer; Lucina, age 49 PA;  Andrew, age 23 OH;  Margaret age 20 OH;  Lovina, age 15 OH;  Mary A, age 13 OH;  Perthena I [female], age 12 OH;  Winfield S, age 9 OH;  Maddison [male] age 7 OH;  Cordelia age 5 OH.  

In 1870 Census, Andrew, age 33,  was still farming with his parents in Green Township, Ashland County OH.

Family Search lists his wife as Mary J HINER.  Death record in Ohio:  Detroit PARR's death certificate says his parents were Andrew PARR and Jennie HINER, both born in OH.  

Ohio, County Births for Andrew PARR and Mary J. HINER/HENER: Son, Detroit [male]PARR, born 20 Aug 1874, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH; Modest [fem] PARR born 3 Dec 1872, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH; unnamed [female] PARR, born 23 Feb 1886, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH [This would be Nettie].  

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  Fred G, PARR, age 17, died 15 Dec 1897 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH, or Perrysville.    

1880 Census:  Ashley, Washington County, Illinois:  Andrew PARR age 43 born OH, a farmer, parents born PA;  Mary, wife, age 35 OH, parents born PA;  Detroit, son, age 5 OH;  Clyde, son age 3 OH.  However it lists the sons' parents as being born in PA.....could just be a mistake.

1890 Special Veterans Schedule:  Green Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 8, House 405, Family 420, Andrew PARR, Pvt, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Paralasis of lower linbs. ?? Total loss of use of left arm.  Anchylosis and ? of shoulder, elbow and wrist and fingers? of same

1900 Census, Toledo State Hospital, Adams Twp, Lucas County, OH, page 185:  Andrew PARR, widower, age 62 OH, born Jan 1838, parents born OH.  

Son 1900 Census:  Detroit PARR, age 26 OH,  was living on 1st Street, Perrysville Village, Green Township, Ashland County OH in 1900....can't read his birth date or where his parents were born.  His wife was Rebecca, age 20, born Nov 1879 in OH.  On the same page are listed two sisters, Nellie PARR age 17 born Apr 1883 OH, parents born OH, and Nettie PARR age 14 born Feb 1886 in OH, parents born OH.  [I am wondering if Andrew PARR moved back to Ohio soon after the 1880 census and had more children there. ]

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Andrew PARR died 19 Jul 1900 at Toledo, Lucas Co OH.  Born 1838.  Farmer. Batch #B07090-3, Ohio-EASy. Film  909033.  Ref # p 193 Line 41.

Pealer, George A.(*)   11 Aug 1862                                                                                    
Private Pealer was 18 when he entered service.  He was discharged 13 Aug 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: John PEALER
Mother:  Margaret ??????
Birth:  <1844>, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH
Marriage:  
Death:  27 Oct 1867 [Findagrave]
Cemetery:  St John's Cem, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

At the following site there is a bio of George Pealer's father.  It states that George did return home but his health could not be restored. He died and was buried at St. John's cemetery in Monroe township, Richland county, OH.  His parents were John and Margaret [Pealer] Pealer who came to this country from Germany.  George was born in Worthington Township, Richland county, OH.  George's siblings:  Jane, Eve, John Adam, John Christopher and Fredrick A. born in Germany; John Philip, John Martin, [George Alexander fits in here]  Peter Alexander and Clark Alexander were born in Worthington township. George's brother John Martin of Company I, 64th OVI died after being shot in the right lung at Chickamauga.
http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Richland/RichlandWorthington.htm 

Pension Index:  George A PEALER, B 120th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1864 June 13, Application 46937.  Pension Card:  No certificate.  

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 6, Family 6:  Frederick PEALER, age 45 Germany, farmer; Margaret, age 44 Germany; Adam, age 18 Germany, farmer; Christopher, age 16 Germany, farmer; Frederick, age 14 Germany; Philip, age 11 OH; Martin, age 11 OH; George, age 6 OH; Peter A., age 4 OH.  

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, page 184:  John PIELER, age 55 HDAR [Hess Darmsett??  Germany], farmer; Margaret, age 52 HDAR; Adam, age 29 HDAR; Frederick, age 23 HDAR; Martin, age 18 OH, farm laborer; George, age 16 OH, farmer; Peter, age 13 OH; Clark, age 8 OH.  

Brother Frederick's death certificate is online but his mother's name is not listed.  

Peterson, John   9 Aug 1862
Private John Peterson was 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.
Father: Thomas PETERSON
Mother:  Elizabeth ARCHER?
Birth:  1840 OH
Marriage:  Emeline HENRY
Death:  20 Nov 1877
Cemetery:  Peterson-Vail Cem, Mifflin Twp, Ashland Co OH
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  John PETERSON, B 120th OH Inf.   Widow, Emeline PETERSON, filed 1880 June 25, Application 271152, Certificate 219347.  No state given.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 200, Family 200:  Thomas PETERSON, age 40 OH, farmer; Elizabeth, age 41 OH; Martha E., age 16 OH; Solomon, age 13 OH; John, age 9 OH; Bety A., age 12 OH; Isaac, age 5 OH; Charles, age 3 months OH.  

1860 census Monroe Township Richland County OH:  Thomas PETERSON age 50 born OH a farmer; Elizabeth age 52; Martha age 26; John age 20 a farmer; Rebecca Ann age 17; Isaac age 15; Clark age 10, all born in OH.  [Family Search:  Thomas Lewis PETERSON married Elizabeth ARCHER in 1833 in Richland Co OH.]

1870 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  John PETERSON, age 28 OH, a farmer;  Emma, age 25 OH;  Wm E., age 6 OH;  Van [male], age 3 OH;  James H, age one OH.  

Family Search says that John died 20 Nov 1877 and is buried in Peterson-Vail Cemetery, Mifflin Township, Ashland  OH.  

PETERSON - John 1840 - 1877 civ. war vet.  PETERSON - VAIL CEMETERY IN MIFFLIN TWP.

1880 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Emely PETERSON, age 37 OH, Keeping House, father born PA, mother OH;  William E, son age 16 OH, works on farm [father born OH];    David V, son, age 13 OH, works on farm;  James H, son, age 11 OH, works on farm;  Thomas L, age 9 OH;  Dora O, daughter, age 7 OH;  George W, age 4 OH;  Abbigail J. TROXEL, other age 15 Oh, servant;  Allen JONES, age 20 OH, works on farm.  

1890 Special Veterans Schedule:  Emeline, wife of John PETERSON of Company B, is listed as living in Monroe Township, PO Lucas, Richland County OH.  

Son's Death record in Ohio:  File # 79181, James Harlan PETERSON died 23 Dec 1936 at RFD 1, Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH.  Farmer. Married to Lovetta.  Born 23 Mar 1869 in Richland Co OH.  Father John PETERSON, born OH.  Mother Emaline HENRY, born OH.  Burial Mt. Zion Cem.  Informant Dale PETERSON, of Lucas OH.  

Peterson, Racilius G.   9 Aug 1862
Private Racilius Peterson was 18 when he entered service.  He was discharged 10 Feb 1863 at Cairo, Illinois on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: William PETERSON
Mother:  Esther Hannah GLADDEN
Birth:  19 Mar 1845 Richland Co OH [Find a Grave]
Marriage:  
Death:  19 Jan 1870  34 yrs, 9 mths, 21 dys
Cemetery:  Presbyterian Cem [Old Perrysville Cem], Perrysville, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH
photoicon2.jpg Photo Credit:  Rose Ford at Find a Grave

Ohio Deaths and Burials: Ressellas G. PETERSON died 1870.

Pension Card:  Rossallis G. PETERSON, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid application, 23 Feb 1872, Application 172902, no certificate.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 198, Family 198:  William PETERSON, age 30 OH, farmer; Ester, age 25 OH; Phillip, age 7 OH; Aaron E., age 4 OH; Ersula, age 1 OH; Robert SHONEBARGER, age 23 OH, laborer; [next page]Larina SHONEBARGER, age 18 OH.  

1860 Monroe Township Richland county OH:  William PETERSON age 39 a farmer, Esther age 34; Roscillas age 16 a farmer; Aaron age 13; Ursula age 10; Lester W. age 5.  All born OH.  
[Richland Co Probate Court record:  Wm PETERSON married Esther J. CADDEN on 28 Apr 1842 in Richland Co OH.  May be Esther GLADDEN.]

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 17 Apr 1835.  Died 19 Jan 1870. Rassellas G PETERSON.   Burial Presbyterian Cem, Bridge and Church Sts, Perrysville, Green Twp, Ashland County OH.

Pressler, Benjamin   8 Aug 1862
Corporal Pressler was 37 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 8 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  Aug 1825
Marriage:  Rebecca McCRADEN [son's death record] Eliza McCRADEN, 23 Jun 1853, at Ashland OH.
2 Mrs. Mary HATHAWAY, 21 Mar 1895, Bellville, OH
Death: 10 Apr 1904
Cemetery:  Presbyterian Cem, Perrysville, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH.
Photo Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave
photoicon2.jpg Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records (1981), p. 105, Bellville Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Interments: PRESLER, Benjamin, b. Ashland Co., r(esided) Bell(ville), Aug 22, 1825-Apr 10, 1904, 78y. [Ashland County was formed in 1846 from parts of Richland, Wayne and Huron counties.  The source does not include any evidence of a stone for Benjamin at Bellville Cemetery. At this point I do not know whether Benjamin is buried in an unmarked grave at Bellville, or whether his remains were later moved to Presbyterian Cemetery in Ashland County. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Richland County, Ohio Soldiers Discharges, v. 1, p. 68: Benjamin PRESSLER, born Richland County, Ohio, age 40, 5'9", dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair, farmer, from Green Twp., Ashland County, Ohio, served under Capt. J.P. Rummel. [Richland County, Ohio Recorder's Office. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Pension Index:  Benjamin PRESLER, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid applied for 30 Nov 1885, Application 555371, Certificate 422289.  Widow, Mary PRESLER, applied 25 Mar 1904, Application 804827, Certificate 583257, filed in Ohio.

1850 Have not found.  

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994, marriage returns 1850-1858:  Benjamine PRESSLER, to Rebecca McCREADEN, 23 Jun 1853, at Ashland OH, by Wm Reed, JP.

1860 census Perrysville, Green township, Ashland county OH:  Benjamin PRESSLER age 34 born OH a master carpenter; Rebeca age 31 born PA; Binton age 6 born OH.  

Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003 to Benjamin PRESLER and A. PRESLER:  [male] PRESLER born 8 Nov 1867 Perrysville, Ashland Co OH.

1870 census Perrysville, Green township, Ashland county OH:  Benjamin PRESSLER age 44 born OH a carpenter; Rebecca age 40 born PA; Thomas B age 15 born OH; John S age 2 born OH.  

 Son?, Benson PRESSLER [age 25] is living in Mansfield in 1880, an iron moulder, living with Samuel and Susan CASE.  

1880 Have not found.  

1890 Special Veterans Schedule,Green Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 32, Benjamin PRESSLER, Pvt Co B 120th OH Inf.  PO Perrysville, OH.  

Richland County (Ohio) Pastfinder, Oct-Dec 2012, p. 41: Bellville Independent, 28 Mar 1895. Married. Mr. Benjamin PRESSLER of Perrysville, O. and Mrs. Mary HATHAWAY, of Bellville, O., at her home, March 21, 1895, by Rev. C.S. Cliffe. It was a pleasant event, and we offer congratulations. [The marriage is recorded at Richland County Probate Court, Marriages, v.16, p. 137. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly.]
 
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohrichla/MAR-ANN-1895-RSB.htm 
From the Richland Shield & Banner (Mansfield, Ohio), 23 Mar 1895: Thursday. Benjamin PRESSLER, of Perrysville, was in the city this morning. His face was wreathed in smiles and he blushingly confided to a reporter that he was going to Bellville to be married. The happy lady is Mrs. Mary HATHAWAY, who resides in that place.
From the Richland Shield & Banner (Mansfield, Ohio), 30 Mar 1895: Friday. Benjamin PRESSLER, of Perrysville, and Mrs. Mary HATHAWAY, of Bellville, were married at her home at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The ceremonies concluded with a sumptuous feast and dancing.  [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1900 Census, Jefferson Twp, Richland Co OH, Family 203:  Benjamin PRESSLER, age 74 OH, born Aug 1825, married 5 yrs, parents born PA, no occupation listed; Mary, wife, age 65 OH, born Apr 1835, married 5 yrs, 3 children/1 still living, father born VA, mother born OH.  

Ashland County CW Vets :  Benjamin PRESSLER, buried Perrysville Cemetery [no dates]

Sons of Union Veterans:  Burial Presbyterian Cem, Bridge and Church Sts, Perrysville, Green Twp, Ashland County OH.  Born 1825.  

Son's Death record in Ohio:  Benjamin's son: Thomas Benton PRESSLER's parents were Benjamin PRESSLER and Rebecca McCRADEN, both born in OH.

Prichard, Joseph B.*   10 Aug 1862                 Joseph Brown PRITCHARD    
Private Prichard was 18 when he entered service.  He died 1 Feb 1863 on steamer Omaha, at Young's Point, Louisiana.
For some information and a picture of the Omaha go to this outside link:
http://members.tripod.com/~Write4801/riverboats/o.html  
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: William PRITCHARD
Mother:  Jennie WILSON
Birth:  4 Feb 1844, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH
Marriage:  
Death:  1 Feb 1863 on steamer "Omaha", at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi  [Not listed at Vicksburg National Cemetery.]

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Have not found on Pension Index.

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 245, Family 249:  William PRICHARD, age 43 England, farmer; Jane, age 47 PA; Mary A, age 17 OH; Arthur A., age 15 OH; Selina, age 11 OH; John N, age 13 OH; Joseph, age 6 OH.  

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 186:  William PRITCHARD, age 53 England, farmer; Jane, age 55 PA; Arthur, age 24 OH, famrer; John, age 22 OH, farmer; Selena, age 20 OH; Joseph, age 16 OH, farmer; William, age 9 OH; Olive WILSON, age 15 OH, domestic, Amineus ?WILSON, age 6 OH.  

Hardesty's Richland = Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia. [Richland County OH version] 1885...original available at the Ohio Historical Society.  There is also a version of the soldier's biographies extracted from the above Hardesty's that has been published by the Richland County Genealogical  Society, 1998 called Richland County, Ohio Civil War Veterans.  According to this book Joseph Brown Pritchard was the son of William and Jennie (Wilson) Pritchard.  He was born in Worthington township, Richland county, OH, 4 Feb 1844.  He was buried by the Mississippi River.  Joseph had been a farmer and school teacher at Newville, OH.  It states that his father took five recruits to Mansfield for enlistment and only one returned home. [See Erastus Wilson below on this page.]  Joseph had two brothers who served in the war and only one came home.

??John Prichard, died 3 Aug 1864, buried at Nashville National Cem,  J 14020

Ray, Ovid M.   1 Sept 1862
Private Ray was 42 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps 17 Dec 1863.

Father: Reuben RAY
Mother:  
Birth:  1820 VT
Marriage:  Mary McGREGOR
Death:  1901
Cemetery:   Little Washington Cem/Washington Village Cemetery, Hanley Rd., Washington Twp, Richland County, OH  [Mary, wife of Ovid Sr, 1834-1903]

Pension Index: Ovid M RAY, B 120th OH Inf and 93rd Co. 2nd Battalion VRC.   Invalid filed 1887 May 3, Application 608436, Certificate 374668, filed in OH.  Widow, Mary RAY, filed 1901 Sept 6, Application 748106, Certificate 544363, filed in OH.   Pension Card:  Died 1901 at Barnes, OH.  

WorldConnect says Ovid was born Nov 1820 in VT, married Mary McGREGOR in 1854 in Richland County OH.  Their children were John W, Ovid M, Robert Bentley, and Emma B.  Soldier Ovid Ray died 24 Jan 1901.  Death record in Ohio:  There is a death certificate in OH for his son Ovid which lists the son's parents as Ovid M RAY, born in VT, and Mary MCGREGGOR, born in Pa.  Son Ovid M RAY Jr, 1862-1934, is also buried at Washington Village Cem.    Daughter Emma's death certificate says Mary was born in Columbiana OH.  

1850 Census Milan Township, Erie County OH:  Reuben RAY, age 58 VT, a farmer;  Obed age 29 VT, a laborer;  Ellen, age 24 VT;  Jane age 19 VT;  Homer age 14 VT.

1850 Census Milan Township, Erie County OH:  Obid ROY  age 28 born VT, a laborer is living with Mary TAYLOR age 42 born NJ, Mary TAYLOR age 16 NJ; Sarah E. EVERITT age 19 OH; and William BROWNING age 17 OH, a laborer.
and a page or two later

Ages are messed up on this one.  1860 census Washington Township, Richland county OH:  Ovid RAY age 33, born VT, a laborer; Mary age 27 born OH; Reuben RAY age 66 born VT.  [Reuben is buried in the same cemetery as Ovid and his grandson Ovid.  Reuben died May 1871 at age 79.]

 I think this might be the family in 1870:
 1870 Census, Washington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 23, Family 23:  David RAY, age 50 Vt, wagon maker; Mary age 45 OH; John, age 10 OH; David, age 7 OH; Betsy, age 2 OH; unnamed female, age 5 months OH, born January.  

1880 Census Washington Township, Richland County, OH:  Ovid M RAY, age 60 born VT, working on RailRoad, parents born VT;  Mary, wife, age 49 OH, father born PA, mother born VA; Emma, daughter, age 10 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Washington Twp, Richland OH:  Line 23, House 67, Fmaily 69:  Obed RAY, Pvt, Co D [incorrect] 120 OH Inf.   Post Office Barnes, OH.  

1900 Census Washington Township, Richland County, OH:  Ovid RAY, age 80 VT, born Nov 1819,  married 45 yrs, father born VT, mother born New Hampshire;  Mary, wife, age 67 OH, born Mar 1833, married 45 yrs, 5 children, 4 still living, father born VA, mother PA.   

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 1820.  Died 1901.  Burial, Little Washington Cem, Hanley Rd. Washington Twp, Richland County, OH.  

Rider, Levi   12 Aug 1862         Levi R RIDER      Levi RYDER
Private Rider was 28 when he entered service.  He was discharged 10 Feb 1863 at Cairo, Illinois on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: Henry RIDER
Mother:  Mary A. ZIMMERMAN  
Birth:  28 Mar 1834
Marriage:  1 ?? Margaret ?
                2 Ruth A. GORE 22 Jun 1875 in Richland County OH
Death:  21 Dec 1895
Cemetery:  Lexington, US Rt.42, Lexington, Troy Twp, Richland County, OH

Pension Index:  Levi R RIDER, B 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1880 June 21, Application 384582, Certificate 312991.   Widow, Ruth A RIDER, filed 1896 Feb 19, Application 629353, Certificate 445229, filed in OH.    

1850 Census District 127 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Henry RIDER age 50 PA, a farmer;  Mary A, age 47 VA;  John, age 27 OH, a farmer;  George, age 25 OH, a farmer;  William, age 20 OH, a farmer;  Levi, age 16 OH;  Harriet, age 14 OH;  Elizabeth, age 12 OH;  Ann, age 9 OH;  Henry age 6 OH.  [Parents at WorldConnect.]

1860 census:  East Union township, Wayne county, OH:  Levi RIDER age 27 born OH, a laborer; Margaret age 23 born OH.

1870 census:  Monroe township, Richland county OH:  Levi RIDER age 38 born OH, a farmer.  Listed alone.

Richland county Probate Court Marriage Records:  Levi R RYDER married Ruth A. GORE 22 Jun 1875 in Richland County OH.  

1880 census Monroe township, Richland county OH:  Levi R. RIDER age 46 born OH a farmer, parents born OH;  Ruth A. wife age 26 born PA; Retha R. J. dau. age 2 born OH; Jesse L son age 1 born OH.

Sons of Union Veterans:  Levi RYDER.  Born 28 Mar 1834.  Died 21 Dec 1895.  Burial Lexington, US Rt.42, Lexington, Troy Twp, Richland County, OH.  

Rittenhouse, William R.*   11 Aug 1862            William Riley RITTENHOUSE
Private Rittenhouse was 18 when he entered service.  He died 23 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.
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In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: Edward RITTENHOUSE
Mother:  ??Rachael
Birth: 1846 PA
Marriage:  
Death:  23 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi; Stone at Byers/Shambaugh Cem, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH for Wm Rittenhouse who died at Young's Point LA.  
Permission to use photo requested at Find a Grave.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  William Reiley RITTENHOUSE, Pvt, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 12 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.   Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension index:  William Riley RITTENHOUSE. Co B 120 OH Inf, father, Edward RITTENHOUSE,  applied for pension 1 Aug 1890, Application 461148, Certificate 387378, filed in OH.

1850 Census, Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland PA, Dwelling 81, Family 81:  E. L. RITTENHOUSE, age 31 PA, farmer; Rachel, age 26 PA; Wm R. , age 4 PA; [next page] Mary C., age 1 PA.  

1860 Census Green Township, Ashland OH:  Edward RITTENHOUR, age 42 born PA, a farmer;  Rachael, age 36 PA; William R, age 14 PA;  Mary C, age 12 PA;  Sarah C, age 8 OH;  Rebecca J?, age 1 OH.  

1870 Census Green Township, Ashland OH;  Edward RITTENHOUSE, age 51 PA, a farmer;  Rachel, age 44 PA; Catherine, age 16 PA.  

 Rachel and Edward are buried at Shambaugh cem, Lucas, Richland Co OH.  

Rummel, Joseph P.   2 Aug 1862   Joseph Peter Rummel
2d Lieutenant Rummel was age 22 when he entered service.  He was appointed 2d Lieut. 4 Aug 1862; promoted to Captain in Co A on 14 Mar 1863.  Also served Co G 16th OH Inf. as a private.  From Co A record:  He was promoted from 2d Lieutenant on 14 Mar 1863; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River, Louisiana; paroled 27 May 1865; transferred to Co. K 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864 while a prisoner of war.  Mustered out 29 June 1865 at Camp Chase, OH, by order of War Dept.  

Father:  Peter RUMMEL
Mother:  Susannah CLOPPER
Birth:  7 Feb 1840 in Richland County OH
Marriage:  Eva R. REDRUP, 7 Mar 1866 Richland Co OH
Death:  21 Jan 1920, age 79, California
Cemetery: Mansfield Cemetery, Joseph Rice RUMMEL, Section OS-12, Lot 777.  [Evalyn R. died age 76, 2 May 1919, Section OS-12, Lot 777.
California, Death Index, 1905-1939:  Joseph RUMMELL died 21 Jan 1920 at age 79 in San Bernardino Co California.  State file number 2899.  

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  Jospeh [sic] P. Rummell, died 1920.
 
Ohio Obituary Index: J P RUMMEL age 80 died 1920. [get Ashland Times-Gazette, Pg 4, 23 Jan 1920.]

Also obit in the Loudonville Democrat, Thursday, 5 Feb 1920, from Loudonville Public Library.
 " Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coe attended the funeral of J. P. Rummel of Mansfield, Thursday of last week.  Mr. Rummel was an uncle of Mrs. Coe and died in California following a few days illness with pneumonia.  

Pension index:  Joseph RUMMEL, G 16th, K 114th and B 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 25 Aug 1891, Application 1053108, Certificate 839942, filed in OH.    [Note:   I do find him listed in Company I 16th OH Inf. as being a private, age 21 in 1861.  He entered that company on 22 April 1861 for a term of 3 months and mustered out with the company on 18 Aug 1861.  The 16th OVI were on duty guarding railroads in West Virginia and then saw some action in that state (Phillippi, Laurel Hill and Carrick's Ford) before returning to Ohio.]  Pension Card:  Co B 120th OH, Co I 16th OH, Co K 114th OH.  Died 21 Jan 1920 at Ontario.  

  Captain Joseph Rummel

The Bright Side of Prison Life:  experiences, in prison and out, of an involuntary sojourner in rebeldom:  by Samuel A. Swiggett, Press of Fleet, McGinley, 1897.  
Seth A. Swiggett was a captain in Co B, 36th IA.  He had the following bio in his book.  In the book he told the story of his time in the Civil War which included his escape from Camp Ford, Texas, along with Captain Benjamin Miller of Co D 120th OVI and Captain Joseph Rummel of Co B 120th OVI.]

Page 237 "Captain J. P. Rummel.  J. P. Rummel was born in Worthington Township, Richfield [sic] county, Ohio, on February 7, 1840, and worked in the blacksmith shop of his father until he was eighteen years of age.  He was the son of Peter and Susanna Rummel.  Qualifying as a teacher, he began work as such in a district school, and was so engaged when the first call was made for troops to put down the rebellion.
  "He enlisted as a private in Company I of the 16th Ohio Infantry, was in the first two engagements in Western Virginia, and was regularly discharged on August 18 of the same year.  He re-enlisted on August 4, 1862, in Company B of the 120th Ohio Infantry, and became a second lieutenant before leaving camp.  After the engagements at Chickasaw Bayou and Arkansas Post he was promoted to captaincy on March 14, 1863, and was with his regiment in the campaign of Vicksburg and in part of the Red River campaign, being captured in December [sic], 1864, while en route up the river with an expedition to reinforce General Banks at Alexandria.  He was sent to Camp Ford, Texas, for imprisonment, escaped with the writer, as described elsewhere, was taken sick at Shreveport, LA., after being recaptured, and remained there until the close of the war, being finally discharged from the army on June 29, 1865.  
  "On his return home he became a clerk in a hardware store, and continued at this occupation for about a year and a half, during which time he married Miss Eva R. Redrup, of Mansfield, and is now the principal proprietor of a manufacturing establishment there.  He has four living children.  His photograph is inserted opposite page 115."   [See the photo.]

In the same book, about the end of their journey of escape, Swiggett wrote:    Page 173: "....we walked right into a picket post of nine men, or, rather, right into plain view of them, they being fifty yards distant."  [That was the beginning of the end of their journey.]
Page 176: "After our hosts had finished their supper we started for Arkadelphia [in Arkansas]......"   "This was our twenty-first night out since leaving the stockade, and we were not 275 miles from Tyler, Texas, and fifty miles from Little Rock-----'so near and yet so far.' "  [They were eventually discovered to be Federals after a valiant effort to lie their way out of it,  and were made prisoners. They were then taken down to Washington, AR, then to Magnolia AR, and then to Shreveport, LA.  They were kept at Four Miles Springs for six weeks.  Page 207: Swiggett was then sent back to Tyler, Texas, but Rummel was not sent with him because he was ill.  Swiggett does not mention Miller at this point.]

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohrichla/BiographyShelf/BioShelf2.htm 
SEMI WEEKLY NEWS of 20 September 1893
It states that Joseph's father was Peter RUMMEL who came to Bunker Hill, Worthington Twp, Richland County in 1844. Joseph was born about 1840.  After the war he was in the grocery business and then began manufacturing suspenders.  He was still living at the time of the article.
"When the first call for troops was made in April, 1861, four men from Worthington township, went to Bellville and volunteered in Capt. Miller Moody's company I, 16th Ohio. They were J. P. Rummel, Willis Clark, John Simmons, and Oliver Lichty. After the close of that term of service Mr. Rummel re-enlisted for three years as a private in Co. B, 120th O. V. I.  Before leaving camp Mr. Rummel was promoted to a lieutenant and seven months later wore the bars of a captain, and served his country faithfully until the close of the war."

Family Search says that Joseph Peter RUMMEL [RUMMELL] was born 7 Feb 1840 in Richland County OH.  His parents were Peter and Susannah [CLOPPER] RUMMEL.  

Richland County Probate Court Record:  Joseph P RUMMELL married Eva R REDNEP on 7 Mar 1866 in Richland County OH.  

1850 Census Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  Peter RUMMEL, age 41 PA, a farmer;  Susanna, age 41 PA;  Jeremiah, age 19 PA, a blacksmith;  Rebecca, age 17 PA;  Barberry, age 15 PA;  Mary C, age 13 OH;  Susanna, age 12 OH;  Joseph P, age 10 OH;  Martha J, age 7 OH;  David F?, age 5 OH;  Sarah E, age 4 OH;  Samantha, age 2 OH.  

1860 Census Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  Peter RUMELL age 49 PA, a farmer; Susanna, age 50 PA; Barbary age 24 PA; Joseph C age 20 OH, Student; Martha age 17 OH; David L age 15 OH; Sarah E age 13 OH; Harriet I [Irene] age 8 OH.  

1870 Census 3d Ward Mansfield, Richland County OH:  Joseph RUMEL age 30 born OH, a grocer; Eva age 25 OH;  Wilbert age 3 OH.  

1880 Census:  Mansfield, Richland, Ohio:  Joseph R. RUMMEL age 41 OH, suspender manufacturer, father born PA, mother, MD;  Eva R, wife, age 39 OH, father born England, mother NY; Lulu E, dau, age 6 OH; Arthur C, son, age 1 OH; Jennie PRICE, niece, age 20 OH, a book keeper, parents born OH.  [The Western Suspender Company]  [Artie C died 14 Nov 1883]

1900 Census Ward 2, Mansfield, Richland County, OH, Park Ave. West street:  Joseph P. RUMMELL, age 60, born Feb 1840 in OH , married 35 yrs, a collector, father born PA, mother born England;  ??PF Ersaline R??, age 57, born Nov 1842 in OH, married 35 yrs, 6 children, 4 still living, father born England, mother NY;  Frank G, single, age 19, born Oct 1880 in OH, single; Fred R, a draughtsman?, age 16, born June 1883 in OH; Charles L, age 11 born Jan 1889 OH.

Lula Rummel CAIRNS, daughter of Captain and Mrs. J. P RUMMEL, died in Feb 1905,  She was married to George R. Cairns.  Three brothers survived...Dr. Fran Rummel of Piqua.  Gred Rummel, and Charles Rummel.  [Bellville Messenger, 24 Feb 1905]

March 1916 Golden Wedding Anniversary of Captain and Mrs. J. P. RUMMEL.

Photo online

Shaffer, Henry   5 Aug 1862     SHAFER    
Private Shaffer was 19 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co H 17th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps 31 Oct 1863; mustered out 30 June 1865 at Indianapolis, Indiana.
Enlisted at Lucas, Richland County.
Father: John SHAFER
Mother:  Sophia ???HITCHMAN/HIPOCHMAN???see below
Birth:  ?25 Dec 1843 [with date calculator] OH
Marriage:  probably single
Death:  10 Jun 1882 Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  I.O.O.F. Cemetery [Garden of Memories: Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave
Age 38 yrs, 5 months, 16 dys

Pension Index:  Henry SHAFER, B 120th OH, H 17th VRC, Invalid applied for 3 Aug 1868, Application 134795, Certificate 103640.   Mother, Sophia SHAFER, applied 18 Feb 1889, Application 398243, Certificate 275249, filed in Ohio.  

Richland County, Ohio Soldiers Discharges, v. 2, p. 171: Henry SHAFER, private, Capt Fergus WALKER'S Co. H, 17th Reg't Veteran Reserves, born Wayne Co., Ohio, age 19, 5'8", light complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, farmer, of Lucas. [Richland County Recorder's Office, Mansfield, Ohio. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 152, Family 152:  John SHAFER, age 30 PA, laborer; Sophia, age 27 PA; Henry, age 6 OH; Sarah A, age 5 OH; Mary Ann, age 4 OH; Elizabeth, age 3 OH; Malinda, age 2 OH; Susan, age 6 months OH.  [Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  John P SHAFER married Sophia HIBAH/HIBCHMAN/HITCHMAN/HEIBAHMON, 24 Nov 1842, Richland Co OH.  She was living in Richland Co OH according to the record.]  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 306:  John SHAFFER, age 37 PA, tailor; Sophia, age 37 PA; Henry, age 16 OH, farm hand; Sarah A, age 15 OH, domestic; Mary, age 14 OH; Elizabeth, age 13 OH; Malinda, age 11 OH; John, age 9 OH; Sophia, age 7 OH; Catharine, age 6 OH; Andrew, age 4 OH; Clara, age 2 OH.  

1870 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 239:  John SHAFER [but looks like SHALER or SHALU], age 48 OH, day laborer; Sophia, age 43 OH; Henry, age 28 OH; Sarah, age 26 OH; Mary, age 24 OH; Elizabeth, age 22 OH; Linda, age 20 OH; Sophia, age 17 OH; Andrew, age 15 OH; Kate, age 13 OH; Clara, age 10 OH; Jane, age 7 OH; Ettie, age 5 OH.  
[Ohio Death Record:  Ettie CHEW, wife of Garnett CHEW, died 9 May 1945 at Toledo, Lucas Co OH.  Born 12 Apr 1863 at Richland Co OH.  Father John SHAFFER.  Mother Sophia HIPOCHMAN.  Buried at Odd Fellows Cem, Lucas, OH.]  [Andrew Jackson Shafer, husband of Margaret Milligan Shafer, died 29 Mar 1939 at Ontario, Springfield Twp, Richland Co OH.  Retired farmer.  Born Richland Co OH 15 July 1857.  Father John SHAFER.  Mother Sophia HIPPSMAN. Buried at Ontario.]  

1880 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 132:  John SHAFFER, age 59 PA, farmer; parents born PA; Sophia, wife, age 58 PA, parents born PA; Henry, son, age 35 OH, single; Mary E, daughter, age 32 OH, single, works by the week; Margaret J, single,age 18 OH, daughter, Phebe E, daughter, age 16 OH, single.  

1883 Pensioners, Richland County, Ohio, p. 292: Certificate #103,646 (sic). Henry SHAFER, Lucas P.O., diarrhea and dis. right shoulder, receives $24.00 monthly. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Hardesty's Richland = Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia. [Richland County OH version] 1885...original available at the Ohio Historical Society.  There is also a version of the soldier's biographies extracted from the above Hardesty's that has been published by the Richland County Genealogical  Society, 1998 called Richland County, Ohio Civil War Veterans.  This book says that Henry Shafer was injured by a fall from a train car while he was guarding prisoners who attempted to escape.  He didn't die until 10 June 1882 at home in Monroe township, Richland county OH.  His parents were John and Sophia Shafer.  His siblings of which he was the eldest were Sarah Ann, Mary Ellen, Elizabeth, Melinda, Susana, John, Sophia, Catharine, Andrew, Clara, Jane, and Ettie.

Shambaugh, George*   12 Aug 1862
Private Shambaugh was 27 when he entered service.  He died 7 March 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: George SHAMBAUGH
Mother:  Catherine WEIRICK/WEIRICH
Birth:  Dec 1835
Marriage:  
Death:  7 March 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi  [Also a stone at Byers/Shambaugh Cem, Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH.]
Request for photo made at Find a Grave.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  George SHAMBERGH, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 7 Mar 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: typo mal febris.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.  

1850 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  George SHAMBAUGH, age 58 PA, a farmer;  Catherine, age 55 PA;  Isaac [with name spelled SHOMBARGER] age 20 OH, a farmer;  Eleanor, age 16 OH;  George age 14 OH;  Jane [female] age 13 OH.  

World Connect also lists John as the oldest sibling for George.  It also says that their mother's maiden name was Catherine WEIRICK.  Also says George was born Dec 1835.

1860 Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Geo SHAMBAUGH, age 67 born PA, a farmer;  Catherine, age 65 PA;  Ellen, age 26 OH, a domestic;  George, age 25 OH, a farmer;  James, age 22 OH, a farmer;  Mary Ann, age 26 [or maybe 20] OH;  Eliza C, age 6 OH;  Isaac, age 4 OH.  

Sharp, Martin L.   10 Aug 1862       Martin Luther SHARP
Private Sharp was 17 when he entered service.  He was discharged 8 Sept 1863 at Columbus Ohio on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father:  Hiram SHARP
Mother:  Mary Ann SWITZER
Birth:   3 or 13 Nov 1846 in Richland County OH
Marriage:  Mary A. KINDELL/KENDALL, 2 Oct 1869
Death:  9 Dec 1913, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Bellville Cem, Richland Co OH

Photo Credit:  Robert Malone at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Martin L SHARP, B 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1874 Aug 3, Application 195043, Certificate 144274.   Widow, Mary A SHARP, filed 1913 Dec 18, Application 1019071, Certificate 770156, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Martin died 9 Dec 1913 at Bellville OH.  

Richland County, Ohio Soldiers Discharges, v. 2, p. 22: Martin SHARP,  private, Capt. J.P. Rummell's Co. B, 120th OVI; born Richland Co., Ohio; age 17; 5'9"; light complexion, black eyes and auburn hair; farmer. "Not fit for Invalid Corps. Disease contracted in service." [Richland County Recorder's Office, Mansfield, Ohio. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Hardesty's Richland = Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia. [Richland County OH version] 1885...original available at the Ohio Historical Society.  There is also a version of the soldier's biographies extracted from the above Hardesty's that has been published by the Richland County Genealogical  Society, 1998 called Richland County, Ohio Civil War Veterans.  This book says that Martin Sharp was born at Newville, OH 13 Nov 1846, making him only 15 years old when he joined the 120th.  His parents were Hiram H. and Mary A. (Switzer) Sharp.  He married Mary Ann Kindell on 1 Sep 1868.  Children:  Mary A., Isa D., Emma F., and Estella.  At the time of the writing of the book Martin was a carpenter in Bellville, Richland county, OH.  

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 33, Family 33:  Hiram SHARP, age 27 PA, carpenter; Mary A, age 26 OH; Charlotte, age 5 OH; Martin L, age 3 OH; Sarah J, age 1 OH.  [Richland County, Ohio Marriage Records, v.4, p. 203: Hiram SHARP and Mary Ann SWITZER were married 24 Apr 1844 by J. Musgrave, J.P.   Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 190:  Hiram SHARP, age 36 PA, carpenter; Mary, age 35 OH; Charlotte, age 15 OH; Sarah, age 11 OH; Cornelius, age 8 OH; Martin, age 13 OH; Hiram, age 6 OH; Nancy, age 2 months OH.  

Richland County Ohio Marriage Records, v. 10, p. 167: Martin SHARP and Mary Ann KENDALL were married 2 Oct 1869 by A.C. Kile, J.P. The marriage affidavit was completed by Henry REED. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]  [Note: the marriage date is different in the Hardesty's bio above.]

1870 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County OH, page 413:  Martin SHARP, age 23 OH, carpenter; Mary A, age 18 OH; Jane, age one month OH, born in Apr.  

1880 Census, Village of Bellville, Richland County, OH, page 83:  Martin L SHARP, age 34 OH, tobacco and cigar dealer, parents born OH; Mary A, wife, age 28 OH; Isa, daughter, age 7 OH; Emma, daughter, age 5 OH; Stella, daughter, age 3 OH; Wilson H, brother, age 24 OH.

1883 Pensioners, Richland County, Ohio, p. 291: Certificate #144,274. Martin SHARP, Bellville P.O., dis. heart, receives $18.00 monthly. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1890 special census of pensioners:  Line 33, House 163, Family 166, Martin L. Sharp, Pvt, Co B 120 OH Inf. was living in Jefferson Township, PO Belleville, Richland County.  Disability: heart disease and malaria.

1900 Census, Bellville, Jefferson Twp, Richland County, OH, page 68:  Martin SHARP, age 53 OH, born Nov 1846, married 30 yrs, barber, parents born OH;  Mary A, wife, age 47 OH, born Sep 1852, married 30 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, Emma F, daughter, age 25 OH, single, born Aug 1874, school teacher.  

1910 Census, Bellville, Jefferson Twp, Richland County, OH, page 112:  Martin SHARP, age 63 OH, first marriage, married 40 yrs, own income, father born PA, mother born OH, column marked UA for service in military; Mary A, wife, age 58 OH, first marriage, married 40 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, father born MD, mother born PA.  

Martin L. SHARP died 9 Dec 1913 in Richland County OH. [Ohio History Death records index]

Death record in Ohio:  Martin Luther SHARP died 9 Dec 1913 in Bellville, Richland County OH.  He was born 13 Nov 1846 in Richland County OH.  His parents were Hiram SHARP and Mary Ann SWITZER, both born OH.  He was a barber.  He was buried at Bellville Cemetery.  The informant was Mary A SHARP of Bellville OH.  

Shenabarger, Elias   10 Aug 1862             SHANIBARGER  SHANABARGER
Private Elias Shenabarger was 17 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.[Schaniburger]  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Enlisted at Lucas, Richland County.

Father: Henry SHANABARGER
Mother:  Julia Anna SIGLO
Birth:  1845 OH
Marriage:  Clarinda McDERMOTT, 4 Apr 1872
Death:  26 APR 1910 in ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Cemetery:  Mt Zion Cemetery, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Elias W SHANIBARGER, B 120th, E 48th, and E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1874 Dec 4, Application 198212, Certificate 287194.  Widow, Clarinda SHANIBARGER, filed 1910 July 20, Application 946121, Certificate 717157.  No state given.  Pension Card:  Died 26 Apr 1910.

Mother remarried:  Iowa, County Marriages:  Henry B. FUNK married Julia SHIMEBARGER at Monroe, Iowa on 13 Sep 1857.  

1860 Census, Union Twp, Monroe Co IA, Dwelling 386, Family 345:  Henry FUNK, age 30 IN, farmer; Julia, age 35 Germany, domestic work; William H. age 1 IA; Margaret SHENABERGER, age 16 OH, domestic work; Elias SHENABERGER, age 14 OH; Jacob SHENABERGER, age 10 OH; John SHENABERGER, age 9 OH; Mary SHENABERGER, age 7 OH.

1870 Census, Wittenberg College, 2nd Ward Springfield, Clark County, OH, page 255: Elias SHANNABARGER, age 23 OH, student.  

Family Search says that Elias W SHANIBARGER married Clarinda McDERMOTT in Richland County OH on 4 Apr 1872.  

1880 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Elias W SHANNABARGER, age 34 OH, fruit grower, father born OH, mother born Wuertenburg;  Clarinda, wife, age 27 OH, father born PA, mother born OH;  Pericles M, son, age 7 OH; Elma M, daughter, age 5 OH;  Sarah E A, daughter, age 2 OH;  unnamed daughter, age one month, OH;  Julia A. FUNK, mother, age 56 born Wuertenburg, parents born Wuertenburg.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Elias SHANIBARGER of Company B is listed as living in Monroe Township, PO Mansfield, Richland County OH.    His ailments were sunstroke, impaired vision, physical prostration, etc.  

1893 Elias went to Florida.

1900 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County OH, page 55:  ????? SHANIBARGER, [female, head], age 56 OH, born Dec 1843, married 25 yrs, 5 children/3 still living, farmer, father born PA, mother born NJ; Pericles W, son, age 26 OH, born Jan 1874, at school; Elma M, daughter, age 23 OH, single, born Sep 1876; Anna A, daughter, age 20 OH, single, born May 1880.  

He is supposed to be in the 1900 Orange County Fla census, but I can't find him.

Shanibarger, Elias W. - FORMER RESIDENT DIED IN FLORIDA - Elias W. Shanibarger, Owner of Fine Orange Grove, Was Cancer Victim. -- Word has been received here that Elias W. Shanibarger, who was born near Mansfield in 1845, died recently at his home in Orlando, Fla., a victim of cancer of the face, of seven years' duration. He served in the civil war and at the close of the war entered Wittenberg college, Springfield, where he was graduated in 1871. He then studied for the ministry and preached for two years, after which he took up horticulture. In 1893 he went to Florida on account of the condition of his health and became widely known as the proprietor of Bearshead farm, having developed one of the finest orange groves in that locality. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, a son, a brother, a half-brother and two sisters. Submitted by Jean and Faye. [The Mansfield News, Wednesday, May 4, 1910]

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 31508, Clarinda SHANIBARGER died 18 May 1927 at Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH.  Widow of Elias SHANIBARGER.  Born 5 Dec 1843 in OH.  Father Mark McDERMOTT born NJ.  Mother Sarah HANLEY, born NJ.  Burial Mt Zion Cem.  Informant Miss Mable SHANIBARGER, RFD #1, Lucas.  

Shenabarger, Wilson S.*   10 Aug 1862
Private Wilson Shenabarger was 19 when he entered service.  He died 25 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: Henry SHANABARGER
Mother:  Sarah [Sally] ROYER
Birth:  <1843>
Marriage:  
Death:  25 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.  

[In 1850, Monroe, Richland Co OH lists Ephraim SHONEBARGER, age 22 OH, living with the Patrick and Elizabeth Yates family.  They are listed as farmers.]

1860 Census, Bloom Twp, Wood Co OH, page 305:  Joshua YAMAN, age 52 MD, mill owner; Catharine, age 60 OH; Wilson SHINGEBARGAR, age 11 OH, laborer.  [Nearby is Ephriam, age 32 OH, and Sarah Shigebarger family.  Ephraim was Wilson's brother.  Their parents both died in 1844 and their children were sent out to live with various farmers.]

 

Sherman, Henry S.   24 Sept 1862          Henry Stoddard SHERMAN
Private Sherman was 18 when he entered service.  He was promoted to Sergt. Major 26 Sept 1862. [ On January 14, 1863, for meritorious conduct at Chickasaw and Arkansas Post, he was promoted to Second Lieutenant; March 15, 1863, promoted to First Lieutenant of Company I; April 17, 1863, he was appointed Adjutant of the regiment; on July 31, 1863, he resigned that office to accept a position on the staff of his distinguished uncle General William T. Sherman. ]

Father: Charles T. SHERMAN
Mother:  Eliza Jane WILLIAMS
Birth:  29 Apr 1845, Mansfield, Richland Co OH
Marriage:  Harriett A. BENEDICT, 2 June 1875 in Cuyahoga County OH
Death:  24 Feb 1893, at sea on the S. S. Lahn
Cemetery:  Lakeview Cemetery
http://www.lakeviewcemetery.com/
http://www.lakeviewcemetery.com/lakeview.pdf 

photoicon2.jpgHenriette Amelia Benedict ShermanClick to see a photo of Henry SHERMAN.  
Photo courtesy of David Sherman Carter, gt gt grandson of Henry.  
Henry's daughter, Sarah Rathbone Sherman, married Edward Perkins Carter.
 
Harriette Amelia Benedict SHERMAN
Photo courtesy of David Sherman Carter, gt gt grandson of Henry.   


photoicon2.jpgPhoto of grave
 Cleveland Necrology files:
1] Henry S. SHERMAN, record dated 13 Mar 1893, cemetery record, Cleveland Necrology file, reel #074:  At sea, Feb 24, Henry S, son of the late Judge Charles T. SHERMAN.  Funeral March 13.  born 1845 - died 1893.  Lakeview Cemetery.  [Note: Section 10, Lot 16]
Henry, 29 Apr 1845 - 24 Feb 1893
Harriette, 23 Oct 1845 - 26 Oct 1929
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Parents' marriage:  Charles T. SHERMAN married Eliza Jane WILLIAMS, 2 Feb 1841, Montgomery, OH.  [Note: Montgomery in a city in Hamilton Co OH.  However, there is also a Montgomery County in Ohio.]  

[A History of Cleveland, Ohio, Volume 1 by Samuel Pet Orth.]
Page 786 lists Hon. C. T. Sherman as United States Judge for the Northern District of Ohio, 1867 - 1873.
Page 263, Father, Charles T. Sherman was the brother of General William Tecumseh Sherman and Senator John Sherman.
Page 149 - 150, Lake View Cemetery:  "At a meeting of gentlemen held May 24, 1869, the Lake View Cemetery Association was organized and two hundred acres were purchased on Euclid ridge, bordering on Euclid avenue.  The name Lake View was given it by Judge Sherman."
[A History of Cleveland and Its Environs: Biography by Elroy McKendree Avery, Lewis Publishing Company
Page 81:  "Thomas Ewing was a member of the United States Senate from 1831 to 1837, was secretary of the treasury, was the first incumbent of the office of the cabinet position secretary of the interior, and was a leading whig and afterwards equally notable for his leadership in the republican party.  It will be recalled that Thomas Ewing adopted the fatherless William Tecumseh Sherman, who later married one of Ewing's daughters."

1850 Census, Madison Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 468, Family 471:  C. T. SHERMAN, age 40 CT., lawyer; Eliza J, age 29 OH; [next page] Mary, age 8 OH; Henry S, age 6 OH; John E, age 3 OH; Precilla ARMSTRONG, age 15 Ireland.  

1860 Census, 1st Ward Mansfield, Richland County OH, page 5:  Chas SHERMAN, age 49 CT, lawyer; Eliza J, age 38 OH; Mary, age 18 OH; Henry, age 16 OH; John age 12 OH; Anna, age 10 OH; Eliza, age 8 OH; Lizzie, age 2 OH.  [Note:  Cleveland Necrology File:  Charles T. SHERMAN, record dated 4 Jan 1879, Cemetery record, Reel #074, 1 Jan 1879, Charles T. Sherman, in the 68th year of his age.  Residence 479 Prospect St.  1811 - 1879 Lakeview Cem.]

MILITARY RECORD OF THE SONS OF DARTMOUTH IN THE UNION ARMY AND NAVY 1861-1865 COMPILED BY MAJOR E. D. REDINGTON, '61 REVISED AND EDITED BY MAJOR W. H. HODGKINS, Hon. '97
[Page 112]Henry Stoddard Sherman: Enlisted as private in Company B, One Hundred and Twentieth Ohio Volunteers, September, 1861, when not quite eighteen years of age; was appointed sergeant major at once; promoted to second lieutenant Jan. 14, 1863, for gallant conduct on the battlefield; March 15 of the same year was promoted to first lieutenant of Company I, and April 16 made adjutant of the regiment, and held that position until he resigned, in August or September, 1863. From January to April, 1863, he served as aide-de-camp on the staff of the general commanding the Second Division, Fifteenth Army Corps; in July, 1863, he accepted a position on the staff of his uncle. Gen. William T. Sherman.  Lieutenant Sherman went with his regiment from camp at Mansfield, 0., to Covington, Ky., thence by river, in 1862, to Memphis, Tenn., thence under General Sherman to Yazoo River; took part in the attack on Haines Bluff; participated in the battle of Arkansas Post, January, 1803, thence to Milliken's Bend and Young's Point; [p113] took part in all the operations during the siege of Vicksburg, and in the expedition under General Sherman to Jackson, Miss. In Colonel Speigel's report of the battles preliminary to the siege of Vicksburg, he makes special mention of the services of Adjutant Sherman, and among other things says : " Though young in years, he has shown himself a veteran upon the field." He left the army to enter the class of 1866. Died Feb. 24, 1893, S.S. " Lahn " en route for Europe.

Found in Representative Citizens of Ohio Memorial -- Biographical, by G. Frederick Wright, Memorial Publishing Co, NY, 1917, pp 76 -79.
Sherman graduated from Dartmouth College at Hanover, NH in 1866.  He took up law studies with his father in Mansfield and was admitted to the bar of OH in 1868.  He bacame Distric Attorney for district of northern OH and moved to Cleveland.  He resigned in 1877 and went into a law partnership with James H. Hoyt.  The firm was named Sherman and Hoyt, eventually being known as Sherman, Hoyt and Dustin.  He was a Republican, member of St. Paul's Church and one of the incorporators of University School of Cleveland.

1870 Census, City of Cleveland, 6th Ward, Cuyahoga Co OH, Dwelling 69, Family 72: Chas T. SHERMAN, age 58 OH, federal judge; Elisa W, age 52 OH; Henry S, age 25 OH, lawyer; Anna W, age 19 OH; Lydia M, age 17 OH; Louisa, age 13 OH; George HAYES?, age 31 England, laborer; Mary BARNHART, age 23 PA, domestic servant; Nellie GIBBONS, age 16 OH, domestic.  

Family Search shows a Henry S SHERMAN born 29 Apr 1844 in Mansfield, Richland County OH whose parents were Charles T. SHERMAN and Eliza Jane WILLIAMS.  

Cuyahoga County Probate Court record:  Henry S. SHERMAN married Harriette A. BENEDICT on 2 June 1875 in Cuyahoga County OH.

1880 Census, 423 Prospect St, 6th Ward, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, Dwelling 103, Family 106:  Henry S. SHERMAN, age 35 OH, lawyer, father born CT, mother born OH; Harriet B, age 31, wife, OH, parents born MD; Sarah R., daughter, age 4 OH; Henry S, Jr. son, age 8 months OH.  [Two Irish servants were also living there.]

1890 Veterans Schedule: Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH: Line 33, House 420, Family 432: Henry S. SHERMAN, 1st Lieut, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Discharged after length of service.  No comments.  

[Note:  In 1900 the widow Harriett B SHERMAN was living with her mother Sarah BENEDICT, in Glenville, Cuyahoga County OH, on Haldeman Ave.  Her parents were born in NY.  Also living there were Henry S SHERMAN [20] and George B SHERMAN [14].   They had 4 servants and a coachman.]  [Note: child born 31 Jan 1886 in Cleveland to Henry and Harriett.]

Cleveland Necrology File, Cleveland Public Library:  George Benedict SHERMAN, son of Harriette B. Sherman and the late Henry S. Sherman, at New Haven on Monday, Oct. 26, aged 17 years. Funeral services at the residence, No. 933 Prospect st., on Thursday at 12 m. Burial private

Found in Representative Citizens of Ohio Memorial -- Biographical, by G. Frederick Wright, Memorial Publishing Co, NY, 1917, pp 76 -79.
The letter below actually came from Cincinnati, Ohio, April 15, 1903. "Our late companion, Adjutant Henry Stoddard Sherman was elected a member of the Military Order of the United States, through the commandery of Ohio, February 6, 1884.  Class I., Insignia 3156
"The accompanying report of the Committee appointed to prepare a tribute to his memory, is printed in accordance with the Regulations of the Commandery."
"By order of Major General Jacob D. Cox, U. S. V., Commander, Robert Hunter, Captain U. S. V., Recorder."
"The following tribute to his memory, prepared by a committee of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, forms a fitting conclusion of this testimonial:It was also published in The Deke Quarterly, Volumes 11-12 by Delta Kappa Epsilon  [with permission]
Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly, Feb 1893, pp 179 - 180
Henry Stoddard Sherman, born at Mansfield, O., April 29, 1845; died at sea, February 24, 1893
"The occasions have been too frequent of late when the Companions of the Ohio Commandery have been called to express their grief over the death of one of their members.  But in most cases the loss has been some companion gathered in the fullness of years, and after a long life of usefulness and honor.  Even under such circumstances the loss has touched the ever-flowing fountains of their grief, and has called for expressions of sincere sorrow and tender sympathy."
"But we are now called upon to express our grief over the death of one who was suddenly called in the very prime of life, in the bloom of manhood, and in the midst of a successful professional career, buoyant with the hope of reaping a rich harvest, the result of matured professional powers.  To the companions who have had the pleasure of a personal acquaintance with him, his many noble qualities are well known.  He was modest and retiring in his manner; his heart was ever open to those who approached him for advice or help.  The very soul of honor, he had a very high standard of personal and professional conduct, and, though never asserting these virtues, they were so conspicuous that all who knew him felt their silent influence, and were better men from the intercourse and friendship which resulted from contact with him.  
"He entered the army as a private soldier in Company A, 120th O. V. I., in September, 1862, when not quite eighteen years of age, and though surrounded with powerful influences through which he could easily have risen to a higher official position, he performed the duties of  soldier in the ranks until promoted to Sergeant-Major.  On January 14, 1863, for meritorious conduct at Chickasaw and Arkansas Post, he was promoted to Second Lieutenant; March 15, 1863, promoted to First Lieutenant of Company I; April 17, 1863, he was appointed Adjutant of the regiment;
on July 31, 1863, he resigned that office to accept a position on the staff of his distinguished uncle General William T. Sherman.  In Colonel Speigel's report of the battles preliminary to the Siege of Vicksburg, he makes special mention of the services of Adjutant Sherman, and among other things, says: 'Though young in years, he has shown himself a veteran upon the field.'
"He took part in the battles of Chickasaw, Arkansas Post, Grand Gulf, Thompson's Hill, Port Gibson, and the other battles preliminary to the Siege of Vicksburg, including the charges on May 19th and 22d, at Vicksburg.
"Though always proud of his services in the army, he never referred to them in a boasting spirit, but wore the rosette of our order, and allowed it to proclaim the fact that he was a companion of our Loyal Legion.  Of the companionship he was very proud, and looked forward to the day when his eldest son should be able to wear the rosette indicating the membership of the second class.
"Under these circumstances, words can but feebly represent the profound sorrow we all feel.  But to put upon record a fitting expression of our grief and sympathies, we propose the following resolutions:
"Resolved, That by the death of Henry S. Sherman, we lose one of our most honored and worthy companions.
"Resolved, That we commend the example of his services to the Government in the tender years of his life, as an illustration of true patriotic love and devotion to our country, and as one worthy to be perpetuated upon the records of this order.
"Resolved, That we tender to the wife and children and kindred of our deceased companion our deepest sympathy in their bereavement, and that a copy of these resolutions be sent to them.
A. J. Ricks
H. K. Cushing
H. C. Ranney
Committee.

Delta Kappa Epsilon:  Henry Stoddard Sherman is listed twice in the 1890 Catalogue. Lambda Kenyon ’64 and Pi Dartmouth ‘ 66.  The Lambda listing indicates that he resided at 933 Prospect Street, Cleveland, and that he was a lawyer. It states that he was at Lambda 1860-61. The Pi listing  adds that he was a “Private, Sergeant, Major, Ist. Lt., and Adjjt., 120 th Ohio Infantry, and U.S. Attorney, Dist. Of Ohio 1869-75. He married Harriette A. Benedict, Cleveland Ohio June 2, 1875  The 1910 Catalogue indicates that he died February 24, 1893 enroute to Europe on the S.S. Lahn  He is shown as being the brother of John Edward Sherman who was at Kenyon College between 1867 and 1868 and at Beta Chi  (Western Reserve University at that time) in 1868-1870.

1910 Census, 1867 East 93rd St, 25th Ward Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH, Dwelling 134, Family 150:  Mrs. Henry S. SHERMAN, age 60 OH, widow, 3 children/2 still living, parents born NY; Jinnie SHEPHERD, servant, age 32 England, single, parents born England, private family servant  

1920 Census, 1867 East 93rd St, 20th Ward Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH, Dwelling 46, Family 172:  Hariette B. SHERMAN, age 65 OH, widow, parents born NY;  Jennie SHEPHERD, maid, age 43 England, single, immigrated 1908, parents born England, private home servant; Mary DONAHUE, age 50 OH, single, servant, parents born OH, private home servant.  [Note, son Henry S. was living next door with wife Edith and son Henry, son John, and daughter Elizabeth and 4 servants.]

Henry's son, Yale University, Class of 1902:
Henry Stoddard Sherman was Secretary and Treasurer, Crowell & Sherman Company, contracting engineers, 3111 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio
Residence, 1883 East Ninety-third Street, Cleveland, Ohio
Born October 11, 1879, in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of Henry Stoddard Sherman, Dartmouth 1866, a lawyer (died in 1893), and Harriette (Benedict) Sherman. He is of English ancestry. His Yale relatives are a brother, George Benedict Sherman, ex-1907 (died during Freshman year), and a cousin, Philemon Tecumseh Sherman, 1888 S.
Prepared at the University School, Cleveland, where his chief activity consisting in being fired twice, and each time taken back the next day. In college "attempted Football
Team and Crew spasmodically and failed utterly, due to prejudices of the coaches."
Married Edith Lydia McBride.
Two sons Henry Stoddard, Jr., born May 31, 1908, and John, born April 25, 1910.
Also studied at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Served in Troop A, Ohio National Guard, for a year.
' ' My life was a blank between graduating and getting married, as I spent it at Boston Tech some nineteen hours a day and in Cleveland afterwards realizing how little I knew. When I got married, however, everything got rosy and I am now employed in raising the two best future Elis that ever were. I soon found that my best claim to fame would lie not so much in what I did myself, but rather in being the only father on record of two presidents of the United States. Even then I fear that the cold world won't give me proper credit but hand it over to my wife, where it belongs. At any rate, when the time comes you will find that they will both understand the fallacy of a third term, and that even in politics it pays to be decent. ' '

Grandson 2] Henry Stoddard SHERMAN, Jr., died 27 Dec 1928 [newspaper date], age 20, died suddenly Dec 26; son of Henry S and Edith McBride SHERMAN, Richmond Rd, South Euclid OH.  [Note: born 3 May 1908 in Cuyahoga Co OH.][I found Henry Stoddard Sherman Jr. listed in the Class of 1928, Yale University, New Haven CT.]

Sons of Union Veterans:  Henry Stoddard SHERMAN.  Born 29 Apr 1845.  Died 24 Feb 1893.  Burial, Lakeview, Cleveland OH, Section 10.  

Link to the S. S. Lahn.

In Larry Stevens list of books:  Diary of Henry S. Sherman, Nephew of Gen. W.T. Sherman, Sergeant Major, 120th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 9th Division, 13th Army Corps. Oct. 25, 1862-July 12, 1863. by Henry S. Sherman. 30 pgs. Typewritten copy. Call# E525.5 120th S. Western Reserve Historical Society Archives Library. Cleveland. OH
Simmons, John R.   23 September 1862      John Ramsey SIMMONS
1st Sergeant Simmons was 21 when he entered service.  Appointed Sergeant from private 1 Sept. 1863; 1st  Sergeant on [date not given];  transferred to Co. E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transrerred to Co E 48th OVI 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.
Father: Amassa SIMMONS
Mother:  Anne RAMSEY
Birth:  19 Sep 1841 Richland Co OH
Marriage:  Phillipine HARTING, 5 Jan 1868 Austin Co TX
Death:  23 June 1922
Cemetery:  Pilgrims Rest Cemetery, Industry , Austin Co TX
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Leigh Lunsford at Find a Grave
 Pension Index:  John R SIMMONS, E 48th, E 114th, and B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed in TX,13 Aug 1890, Application 913196, Certificate 782446, filed in TX.  Widow, Philippine SIMMONS, filed 30 June 1922 in TX.  Pension Card: John died 23 June 1922, Application 1191138, Certificate 926713, filed at Industry, TX.   

 

The following  information was contributed by George A. Simmons, great grandson of John Ramsey Simmons.
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John R. Simmons was born 19 Sept 1841 in
Richland County, OH. He is the son of Amassa Simmons and Anne Ramsey. Amassa Simmons was a farmer living in Worthington Township. That is where John Ramsey Simmons was born. They were living there in Worthington Township at the time John R. joined the 120th. 
Siblings of John Ramsey Simmons:
John himself: born 19 Sep 1841, Richland Co. OH
Thomas Simmons, bn. 9 Oct 1843, Richland Co., OH; d. 25 Oct 1922 Richland Co., OH
Isabelle Simmons, bn. 5 Dec 1846, Richland Co.
Andrew Ramsey Simmons, bn. 30 Jul 1848, Richland Co.
Martha Jane Simmons, bn. 4 Apr 1852, Richland Co.
Nathan Ramsey Simmons, M.D., bn. 25 Apr 1855, Richland Co.; d. 1935 Mansfield, OH.
Amon Bidison Simmons, bn. 21 Dec 1858, Richland Co.; d. 1939 in Oklahoma
Harmon Milo Simmons, bn. 21 Sep 1861, Richland Co., d. 1947, Richland Co.

John R. was a 21 year old school teacher when he enlisted as a private in the 120th Ohio Vol. Inf. Regt. He was one of the very lucky ones to make it through the war unscathed. He was transferred into the 114th Ohio, and he fought at Fort Blakely, Alabama. He was then transferred into the 48th Ohio, served in Galveston and was discharged in Houston on 14 Oct 1865. He was a First Sergeant at the time of discharge.  [A bit of irony here: He fought against my mother's grand uncles at the battle of Arkansas Post in Jan, 1863. The two uncles were taken prisoner and transported to Springfield, IL where they both died of disease.]

I have no record of him ever going back to Ohio, but I assume he did go back to visit his relatives at some time. He migrated to Industry, Austin County, Texas where he became a school teacher there in Industry. He met a girl - Phillipine HARTING - who immigrated to Austin County in 1857 with her family from Prussia.  Date of marriage in Austin County, TX is 5 Jan 1868. He and Phillipine raised their children there in Industry. All children were born in Industry. The children were:
Eleanor, born 26 Oct 1868
Leonora, bn. 14 Oct. 1871
Anna, bn. 12 Dec 1874
Clotilda, bn. 7 May 1874
George, bn. 7 May 1874
Arminda, bn. 24 Jul 1880
Homer, bn. 17 Nov 1882

 
John R. Simmons' date of death is 23 June 1922.  He is buried in Industry, Austin County, Texas in the Methodist Church cemetery.

1890 Veterans Schedule, Precinct 5 Austin, TX: Line 1, House 60, Family 60,  John R. SIMMONS, 1st Sergt, Co E 48th OH Inf.  Post Office, Industry, Austin Co TX.  Disabiltiy rheumatism, right hip   Comments:  enlisted in Co B 120th OVI said regt.  comsolidated afterwards with 48th OH Vol.  
 

Snoddy, David L.   24 Feb 1864
Private Snoddy was 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  
Father: Benjamin SNODDY
Mother:  Sarah FILLOON
Birth:   Mar 1844  OH
Marriage:  Sarah E. SLINGLOFF 1873
Death:  14 Apr 1928, Arrowsmith, IL
Cemetery:  Arrowsmith Township Cemetery, Arrowsmith, McLean Co IL
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bob and Nancy Cannon at Find a Grave

Application for Headstone:  David L SNODDY, Pvt Co B 48 Battalion OH V. Inf.  Also Co B 120 OH Inf, and Co E 114 OH Inf.; died 14 Apr 1928; Union Cemetery, Arrowsmith IL.  To be shipped to Tilly Snoddy, Arrowsmith, McLean Co OL.  Permanant address, Arrowsmith, IL.  Dated 8 Jan 1929.  Address 175. W. Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL.  Application for unmarked grave of a soldier.  

Pension Index:  David L SNODDY, B 120th, B 48th, and E 114th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1890 Nov 17, Application 960447, Certificate 735352, filed in Illinois.  Also there is a filing in 1907 in Ohio for David.  Pension Card:  David died 14 Apr 1928 at Arrowsmith, IL.  

1850 Census Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  Benjamin SNODDY, age 33 PA, a carpenter;  Sarah, age 30 PA;  Matilda J, age 7 OH;  David L, age 5 OH;  James H, age 4 OH;  John, age 6 months, OH.  [Parents:  Richland County Probate Court:  Benjamin SNODDY married Sarah FILLOON in Richland County OH on 23 Mar 1843.]

1860 Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  Benjamin SNODDY, age 43 PA, a farmer;  Sarah, age 39 PA;  Matilda, age 16 OH, a Common School Teacher;  David, age 15 OH;  James, age 13 OH;  John, age 10 OH.  

Is this where David was in 1870?
1870 Census, Wakenda Twp, Carroll Co MO:  David SNODDY, age 25 OH, is living with the J. R/K and Catharine SNODDY and family.....they are farming in MO.  J. R. is age 42 born OH.

1880 Census:  Arrowsmith, McLean County Illinois:  David SNODDEY, age 35 OH, a farmer, parents' birthplaces not filled in:  Sarah, wife, age 30 born IL, mother born PA;  Cathren, daughter, age 6 IL;  Minnie, daughter, age 3 IL;  John, son, age 2 IL;  Matilda, daughter, age one month, IL.  Also living there Walter DATSON, laborer, and Minnie WISS, servant,  listed as "other".  [Other children born after 1880 listed at WorldConnect: Charles, Rebecca, Frank, Bert, and Lootie]

1900 Census, Arrowsmith Twp, McLean Co IL, page 38, Dwelling 106, Family 106:  David L. SNOWDDEY, age 56 OH, born Mar 1844, married 27 yrs, parents born PA, farmer; Sarah, wife, age 49 IL, born Dec 1850, married 27 yrs, 9 children/8 still living, father born Germany, mother born VA; John, son, age 22 IL, single, born Mar 1878, farm laborer; Tillie, daughter, age 20 IL, single, born May 1880; Charles, son,  18 IL, single, born Nov 1881; Rebecka, daughter, age 16 IL, single, born Dec 1883; Frank, son, age 14 IL, born Apr 1886; Bert, son, age 12 IL, born Mar 1888; Leota, daughter, age 10 IL, born Sep 1889.  

Illinois, Marriages, 1815-1935:  David L. Snoddy and Sarah SLINGLOFF/SCHLINGHOLF were listed as parents in the marriages of their children, Minnie, John, Charles and Rebecca.  

1910 Census, Martin, McLean Co IL, Dwelling 305, Family 307:  [bottom of page] David L. SNODDY, age 65 OH, first marriage, married 37 yrs, parents born PA, general farming, no mark for military service; [next page]Sarah, wife, age 59 IL, married 37 yrs, 9 children/8 still living, father born Germany, mother born PA; Harry LORIMER, grandson,  age 12 IL, parents born IL.  

1920 Census, Arowsmith, McLean Co IL, Dwelling 107, Family 112:   David L. SNODDY, age 74 OH, parents born PA; Sarah E., age 69 IL, father born Germany, mother born PA; Tillie L, daughter, age 39 IL, father born OH, mother born IL; Harry L. LARIMER, grandson, age 22 IL, parents born IL.  

Stauffer, Jacob*   8 Aug 1862           Jacob S. STAUFFER
Private Jacob Stauffer was 26 when he entered service.  He died 29 Dec 1862 at Memphis, Tennessee.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried in the Mississippi River Cemetery at Memphis, Tennessee.
Father: John STAUFFER
Mother:  Anna Elizabeth MYERS [World Connect]
Birth:  18 July 1836, MD
Marriage:  Elizabeth SHANK [SCHENK]
Death:  29 Dec 1862 at Memphis, Tennessee
Cemetery:  Mississippi River Cemetery at Memphis, Tennessee [Listed Department of Veterans Affairs: Jacob STOUFFER, Pvt, Inf, Civil War, born 18 July 1836, died 29 Dec 1862.  Memphis National Cem, section MA,  site 45.
photoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Carole McCaig at at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  John STAUFER, Pvt, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 29 Dec 1862 at Overton General Hospital, Memphis TN.  Cause: not stated.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index: Widow of Jacob STAUFFER of Co B 120th, Elizabeth STAUFFER, filed in 4 June 1866 in OH.  Pension Card:  Widow applied 4 June 1866, Application 127653, Certificate 104193 .  She probably remarried the person noted on the card:  Joseph N. BOXWELL, B 2nd OH H.A.[Civil War Soldiers and Sailors lists Joseph BOXWELL in the 2nd OH Heavy Artillery.]

1850 Census, District 1, Washington Co, MD, Family ?2030?:  Jno STOUFER, age 43 MD, farmer;  Anna, age 44 MD;  Mary, age 18 MD; Henry, age 16 MD; Jacob, age 13 MD; [next page] Jno, age 8 MD, Abraham, age 5 MD.  [This agrees with researchers on World Connect for the parents of Jacob.]

1860 Census, Greensburg Twp, Putnam Co OH, Dwelling 957, Family 950:  Jacob STOFFER, age 24 MD, carpenter.  He is living with the J.C. AYERS family.  

1870 Census, Perry Twp, Putnam Co OH, page 424, Dwelling 65, Family 65:  Elizabeth STOUFFER, age 32 OH:  Annie J, age 8 OH; Clara M, age 7 OH.  [Annie is the one who died early.]

Family Search:  Clara M. STAUFFER married Nathaniel PROWANT on 1 Jul 1879 at Putnam Co OH.  
1880 Census, Perry Twp, Putnam Co OH, page 326, Dwelling 21, Family 21:  Nathaniel PROWANT, age 22 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH; Clara M., wife, age 17 OH, father born MD, mother born OH; Anna G, daughter, age one month OH, born April 1880.
[Clara died in 1905 in Oklahoma and is buried at Flynn Cem, Chandler, Lincoln Co OK.   Grave.]

Family Search:  Elizabeth SCHENK was the daughter of Jonas SCHENK [SHANK] and Fanny MYERS.  

Joseph N. BOXWELL married  Elizabeth J. STEREFFER on 22 Mar 1880 in Putnam Co OH.  

1880 Census, Perry Twp, Putnam Co OH, page 335:  Joseph N. BOXWELL, age 48 MD, famer, parents born MD, blind; Elizabeth, wife, age 43 OH, parents born MD; Charles, son, age 23 OH, clerk in store, father born MD, mother born OH; Maggie E, daughter age 20 OH,  father born MD, mother born OH;  Abraham M, son, age 18 OH,  father born MD, mother born OH, helps on farm; Joseph S. son, age 15 OH, helps on farm,  father born MD, mother born OH;  Eva M, daughter, age 10 OH,  father born MD, mother born OH; John E, son, age 8 OH,  father born MD, mother born OH;; John F. MYERS, boarder, age 24 MD, clerk in store, parents born PA.  

1900 Census, Perry Twp, Putnam Co OH, page 222:  Joseph W. BOXWELL, age 68 MD, born Apr 1832, married 20 yrs, father born England, mother born Germany, farmer; Elizabeth, wife, age 63 OH, born Jan? 1837, married 20 yrs, 2 children/1 still living, parents born MD; John E., son, age 28 OH, single, born Mar 1872, parents birthplaces not filled in, no occupation listed; Ethel HART, grand daughter, age 9 OH, born June 1896, parents born OH; Ehtel ?SPITSNAUGH, servant, age 23 OH, single, born Jan 1877, father born MD, mother born OH, housekeeper.  

Death Record in Ohio:  File # 8310, Elizabeth J. BOXWELL died 27 Jan 1916 at Perry Twp, Putnam Co OH.  Widow.  Born 3 Jan 1837.  At age 79 she died from accidental burning of clothes, ignited from lamp or stove and was dead when friends reached her.  Father Jonas SHANK born OH.  Mother Fannie MYERS, born OH.  Informant D. H. SMITH of Dupont OH.  Burial Cascade Cem.[Cloverdale, Putnam Co OH]

Pension at fold3.com :
Jacob S. STAUFFER, Pvt, Co B 120 OH Vols.  Died at Memphis TN 29 Dec 1862 Overton Hospital, Memphis TN, of typhoid fever, and chronic diarrhoea.   Enrolled at Marion OH.  Jacob was born in Washington Co MD, age 27 when he joined 120th, 5'7" tall, light complexion, blue eyes, auburn hair, a carpenter.  Joined at Lucas, Richland Co OH.  
Widow Elizabeth J. STAUFFER, resident of Greensburgh Twp, Putnam Co OH, post office Kalida, OH.  [dated 12 May 1866]Elizabeth was age 28.  
 Jacob STAUFFER and Elizabeth J. SHANK married 7 May 1861 at Bucyrus, Crawford Co OH, by Charles ELLIOTT, JP
Children:
Angeronica, born 5 Mar 1862
Clara Malessa, born 15 Mar 1863  or 5 Mar

Widow remarried to Joseph N. BOXWELL on 22 Mar 1880 at Putnam Co OH. by Rev S. E. SMITH.   Joseph N. BOXWELL was in Co B, 2nd Regiment Ohio Heavy Artillery volunteers and Co C 87th OVI.  He was 33 yrs old, 5'8" tall, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, a farmer.  Pension 91036.  BOXWELL's former wife was Adaline MYERS[married 30 Aug 1855], died 27 May 1876 at Putnam Co OH, age 39.  BOXWELL's disability: "The entire loss of sight of both eyes from which disability he requires the personal and aid and attendance of another person constantly with him. dated 12 Nov 1874" result of inflammation contracted while in US service.   BOXWELL died 28 Dec 1905.  Elizabeth's post office was Drusilla, Putnam Co OH.  

Elizabeth BOXWELL died 11 Jan 1916.  

Stauffer, Matthias*   8 Aug 1862
Private Matthias Stauffer was 22 when he entered service.  He was discharged 6 Mar 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri and died the same day before leaving the hospital.
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In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri but I don't see him listed at Interment site.

Father: Matthias STAUFFER
Mother:  Elizabeth DRAPER [on tomb stone]]
Birth:  <1840>
Marriage:  Probably single
Death:  6 Mar 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri
Cemetery:  Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri  [Not listed in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Mathias STAUFFER, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 6 Mar 1863 at General Hospital Jefferson Barracks, MO.  Cause: pneumonia.  

Not found on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.

1850 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  [p 322]  Matthias STOFER, age 52 PA, a farmer;  Elizabeth, age 44 MD;  Susanna, age 20 MD;  Arin [male] age 17 MD, a farmer;  Elizabeth, age 14 OH;  John age 12 OH;  Matthias, age 10 OH;  William W, age 7 OH;  Mary J, age 5 OH;  Daniel, age 3 OH;  David, age 2 OH;  Jacob, age 44 PA.  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 296:  Elizabeth STOFIFER, age 54 MD, manages a farm; John, age 22 OH, farmer; Mathias, age 19 OH.  They are living with John B and Artemisia HACK and children.  Mathias' siblings seem to be in the next household: Wm W. STOUFER, age 17 OH, Mary J, age 15 OH; Daniel, age 13 OH; David, age 12 OH.  

 Parents, Mathias d.1858 and Elizabeth STOUFFERd. 1891 are buried at Saint John Cemetery, Perrysville, Richland Co OH.  Lists mother as Elizabeth DRAPER.  

Stewart, John   15 Aug 1862
Private John Stewart was 30 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.[Steward]  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
In the 28 May 1863 issue of the Wooster Republican it was reported that John Stewart was wounded below the knee in the left leg.

Father: Samuel STEWART
Mother:  Hannah PERRY
Birth:  9 Aug 1831 OH
Marriage:  1 Martha STEVENSON on 1 May 1853 in Richland County, OH
2 Nancy E.  CHILDERS 15 Nov 1885
Death:  8 May 1915, Tipton, MO
Cemetery:  Masonic Cem, Tipton, Moniteau Co, MO
photoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgmoniteaucounty@embarqmail.com
Photo Credits:  Alan Sparks at Masonic Cem Online
Stone photo and info:  Co E 48 Battn Ohio Inf 2nd marriage 1885 Nov 15 to Nancy Childers

Pension Index: John STEWART, Co B 120th OH, Co E 48th OH, Co E 114th OH.    Invalid filed 4 Sep 1867, Application 121898, Certificate 79980.  Widow Nancy E. STEWART filed 1 June 1915, Application 1048203, Certificate 805117, filed in MO.      John died 8 May 1915 at Tipton MO.  

Item #2. [John STEWART] The History of Richland County, Ohio: Its Past and Present, compiled and published by A.A. Graham, includes a biographical sketch of Lemuel CRAIG that provides the following information about John STEWART, his parents, etc.: John STEWART, born August 9, 1831, was the last of six children born to Samuel STEWART and Hannah PERRY STEWART. Samuel died 8 Jan 1831, and Hannah remarried about 1834 to John CRAIG. Additional children born to Samuel and Hannah PERRY STEWART were: Mary Jane, Samuel P., Susannah, Mathew D., and Alvah (male). Children of John and Hannah PERRY STEWART CRAIG were: Lemuel, Elizabeth, Nancy, James, and Mary (sic) Ann. [Other records suggest that the last child's name was Margaret Ann, not Mary Ann. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Parents: Mansfield (Ohio) Gazette, 11 Sep 1823. Married on Tuesday, the 9th of September 1823, by the Rev'd James Johnson, Mr. Samuel STEWART, Jun. of Munroe [i.e., Monroe twp.] and Miss Hannah PERRY of Worthington twp. [This marriage also appears in the Richland County Ohio Marriage Records, v.1, p, 108. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly] 

mother:  Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Hannah STEWART married John CRAIG on 5 Jun 1834 at Richland Co OH.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp., Richland Co., OH, dwelling 136, family 136: John CRAIG, age 45 PA, farmer; Hannah, age 45 VA; Mary J., age 25 OH; Samuel P., age 24, carpenter; John, age 17 OH, farmer; Samuel, age 15 OH; Elizabeth, age 14 OH; Nancy (twin), age 10 OH; Jane (twin), age 10 OH; Margaret, age 3 OH. [Although this record suggests that CRAIG was the surname for all members of the household, Mary J., Samuel P., and John were actually Hannah's children by her first marriage and should have been recorded under the surname STEWART. Lemuel CRAIG is erroneously listed as "Samuel" and James CRAIG is erroneously listed as "Jane." Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Mother, Hannah CRAIG, died 21 Aug 1869.  Hasting Prebyterian-Union Cemetery.

Richland County Probate Court record:  John STEWART married Martha STEVENSON on 1 May 1853 in Richland County, OH.  

1860 Census, Lucas, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  John STEWART, age 28 OH, a farmer;  Martha, age 23 OH;  Irene age one, born OH;  also living there is Elizabeth STEWART age 20 OH, at school.

1870 Census, Washington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 370:  John STEWART, age 38 OH, farmer; Martha, age 36 OH; Irene, age 10 OH; Frances, age 8 OH; Elizabeth, age 6 OH; Viola, age 4 OH.

1880 Census, Witchita Twp, Sedgwick County, KS, page 349:  John STEWART, age 48 OH, farmer, parents born Scotland; Martha, age 42 OH, parents born PA; Viola, age 11 OH; Alice, age 7 KS.  [Note: It looks like they are living beside daughter Irene, age 20 who is married to Edward W LUSSELL.]

Stewart, Martha -- Died 1884 Jun 16 -- Aged 45y -- w/o John Stewart -- died in California.  [Moniteau Co MO record]

married Nancy E. CHILDERS 15 Nov 1885

Have not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Bird St, Willow Fork Twp, Moniteau, MO, page 166, Dwelling 316, Family 319?:  John STEWARD, age 68 OH, born Aug 1831, married 21 yrs, parents born OH, farm laborer; Elizabeth N., wife, age 54 MO, born July 1845, married 21 yrs, father born KY, mother born TN; Squire R. WOODS, grandson, age 9 MO, born May 1881, parents born MO.  

1910 Census, 1st Ward Tipton, Moniteau County, MO, page 252:   John STEWART, age 77 OH, second marriage, married 22 yrs, own income, parents born OH; Nancy E, wife, age 64 MO, second marriage, married 22 yrs, 4 children/3 still living, father born TN, mother born MO.  [Note: Column 30 is marked UA for military service for John.]

 Missouri Death Record:  File #16697, Tipton, Moniteau Co MO:  John STEWART died 8 May 1915.  Married.  Retired from farming for 20 yrs.  Born 9 Aug 1831 OH.  Names of Parents not known.  Informant J. R. CHILDERS of Versailles.  Burial Masonic Cem, Tipton MO.  

Stewart, William W.*   12 Aug 1862
Private William Stewart was 21 when he entered service.  He died 25 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: ???Robert STUART/STEWART
Mother:  ???Margaret ????
Birth:  <1841> OH
Marriage:  
Death:  25 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren Co,  MS  [Not listed there.]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Wm W. STEWART, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 25 Jan 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: phthisis pulmonalis [tuberculosis]

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Have not found on Pension Index.

1850 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Robert STUART, age 59 PA, a farmer;  Margaret, age 54 VA;  Rhoda, age 22 OH;  Sarah Jane, age 11 OH;  William W, age 7?  OH.  

1860 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County, OH, page 301:  Robt STEWART, age 69 PA, farmer; Mary, age 48 NY; Sarah J, age 21 OH, a domestic; William W, age 18 OH, farm hand; Margaret, age 6 OH; Mary L, age 3 OH.  

Stichler, Andrew J.  11 aug 1862             STICKLER
Corporal Stichler was 23 when he entered service.  He was appointed 1 Mar 1863; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 19 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Stichler
Photo Credits:  Leanne Walter Walling at Ancestry.com   
Andrew is the 2nd great grand uncle of Leanne.
 

Andrew Jackson Stichler 

Father: Henry STICHLER
Mother:  Arabella ARMENTROUT
Birth:   2 Jan 1839 Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH [Ancestry.com]
Marriage:  Lavina WILSON, 21 Aug 1862
Death: 3 Feb 1920 at Paris, IL.
Cemetery:  Edgar Cemetery, Paris, Edgar Co IL  [Ancestry.com] 

Pension Index:  Andrew J STICKLER, B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 31 Jan 1891, Application 988672, Certificate 737631, filed in IL.  Widow, Lovenia A, filed in 1920 Feb 14, Application 1152806, Certificate 886164, filed in IL.  Pension Card:  Andrew J. STICKLER died 3 Feb 1920 at Paris, IL.  

1850 Census, Hanover, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 205, Family 205:  Henry STICHLER, age 41 PA, farmer; E., age 34 OH; Jacob, age 15 OH, farmer; Maria, age 13 OH; Andrew, age 11 OH; Sarah, age 9 OH.  [Henry was previously married to Arabella ARMENTROUT who would be Henry's mother. They were married in 1834.   She died in 1848.  Ancestry.com]

1860 Census Hanover Township, Ashland County OH:  Henry STICKLER, age 51 PA, a farmer;  Elizabeth, age 44 OH;  Andrew J, age 21 OH;  Sarah, age 19 OH;  also living there Alpheus F FILOON, age 7 OH.  

Researcher at Family Search:  Married Lavina A or Lovenia WILSON 21 Aug 1862 or 1863 in Ashland County OH.  Ashland Early Marriages list says 1862.

1870 Census Hunter Township, Edgar County Illinois:  Andrew J STICKLER,  age 31 OH, a farmer;  Lovena, age 24 OH;  Henry age 4 IL;  James age 1 IL.  

1880 Census, Hunter Twp, Edgar County, IL, page 105: Andrew J STECKLER, age 41 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother born VA; Lovina, wife, age 35 OH, parents born PA; Henry W, son, age 14 IL, works on farm; James W, son, age 11 IL, works on farm; Ida J, daughter, age 8 IL, goes to school; Mary E, daughter, age 5 IL.  [Note: 5 WILSON families on the same page.]

1900 Census, Hunter Twp, Edgar County, IL, page 95:  Andrew J STICKLER, age 61 OH, born Jun 1839, married 37 yrs, farmer, father born PA, mother born VA; Lovenia, wife, age 55 OH, born March 1845, married 37 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, parents born PA; James, son, age 31 IL, single, born Apr 1869, farm labour.

Have not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1910 Census, Stratton Twp, Edgar County, IL, page 281:  Andy J STICKLER, age 71 OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, farmer on own farm, parents born PA; Levia, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, 4 children/4 still living; James W, son, age 41 IL, first marriage, married 8 yrs, parents born OH, farmer on home farm; Lona, daughter-in-law, age 25 IL, married 8 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, father born VA, mother borin IL; George, grandson, age 7 IL, parents born IL; Eugene TRENUR, grandson, age 10 IL, parents born IL.  [no indication of military service]

1920 Census [Dated 2 and 3 Jan 1920], Paris City Ward 3, Paris Twp, Edgar Co IL, Dwelling 39, Family 39:  Andrew J. STICKLER, age 80 OH, no occupation, father born PA, mother born VA; Lovinia, age 74 OH, parents born PA.    

 

Stoner, George W.*  11 Aug 1862
Private Stoner was 33 when he entered service.  He died 8 Apr 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: Jacob STONER
Mother:  Anna Katherine FREYMYER [Find a Grave[
Birth:  <1830> PA
Marriage:  Margaret Ann STAKE on 24 May 1853, at McConnellsburg, Fulton Co PA
Death:  8 Apr 1863, Died on hospital boat, the "D A January" near Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi [Not found on Vicksburg National Cemetery list.]
Relationship:  Brother of Merrick STONER, of Co H, 120th OVI.

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index:  George W STONER, B 120th OH Inf.  Widow Margaret A STONER applied for widow's pension in 1863 June 18, Application 25102, no certificate, no state given.  Minor, G [A] SMITH guardian, 1865 Mar 6, Application 85200, Certificate 123626, no state given.  

Family:
1850 Census, McConnellsburg, Fulton Co PA, Dwelling 82, Family 83:  Jacob STONER, age 55 PA, cabinet maker; Catherine, age 45 PA; William, age 21 PA, carpenter; Ann E., age 14 PA; Merrick A., age 11 PA; Albert, age 8 PA.
[Next door was John STONER, age 24 PA, cabinet maker and family.] [Brother Merrick served in the Civil War in Company H, 120th OVI.]

1850 Census, Chambersburg, Franklin Co PA, Dwelling 364,Family 394:  George STONER, age 20 PA, cabinet maker is living with the Frederick and ??Ethelinda HENNINGER  family.  Frederick is also a cabinet maker.  

1860 Census Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  George STONER, age 30 PA, a master cabinet maker;  Margaret, age 25 OH;  Edward, age 5 PA;  Merick [male] age 2 PA;  Isabella, age 3 months OH;  also living there is George WILSON age 21 PA, apprentice to cabinet maker[see George WILSON below].  

Father, brother, and children of soldier:
1870 Census, McConnellsburgh Borough, Fulton Co PA, Dwelling 6, Family 8:  Jacob STONER, age 76 PA, cabinet maker; Anna C BENFORD, age 28 PA; Albert STONER, age 26 PA, tinner; Edwin, age 13 PA; Merick, age 10 PA; Lolla, age 7 PA.  [Jacob died 15 Jan 1876. buried McConnellsburg Lutheran Cem., Find a Grave]

Daughter, Laura:
1880 Census, McConnellsburg Borough, Fulton Co PA, Dwelling 39, Family 40:  Anna BENFORD, age 42 PA, widow,  parents born PA; Laura STONER, single, niece, age 17 OH, parents born PA.
1900 Census,

Merick, See Merrick STONER of Company H:
1880 Census, Bedford west ward,  Bedford Co PA, Dwelling 24, Family 24:  Merick STONER, age 23 PA, no occupation listed, parents born PA ; Mary, wife, age 22 MD, parents born MD ; George, age one PA, son.  

Son, Edward?  Edward died 1929, buried at Sutton Cem, Clay Co Nebraska, Find a Grave.
1880 Census, Russell Precinct, Otoe Co NE, Dwelling 149, Family 155:  E A STONER, [male] age 25 PA, single, teacher, parents born PA.  He is living with Geo. C. and Mary J UNDERHILL and family.  
 1900 Census, Aurora City, Hamilton Co NE, Dwelling 60. Family 62:  Edward A. STONER, age 44 PA, born Apr 1856, married 14 yrs, tinner, parents born PA; Ida M, wife, age 35 IL, born Sept 1864, parents born OH; Edward A, son, age 16 IL, born Oct 1883; Albert, son, age 11 NE, born Aug 1888; Nannie, daughter, age 9 NE, born Jan 1891; Hazel, daughter, age 6, born Sep 1893; Charley, son, age 4 NE, born Mar 1896.  
1910 Census, Sutton Ward 2, Clay Co NE, Dwelling 164, Family 165:  Edward A. STONER, age 55 PA, first marriage, married 27 yrs, parents born US, tinner in hardware store; Ida M, wife, age 45 IL, first marriage, married 27 yrs, 6 children/5 still living, parents born OH; Nettie, daughter, age 19 NE, single, no occupation; Hazel, daughter, age 16 NE, single; Charles, son, age 14 NE, single.  
1920 Census, Sutton Twp, Clay Co NE, James Ave, Dwelling 224, Family 230:  Edward A. STONER, age 64 PA, parents born OH, tinsmith in hardware store; Ida May, wife, age 55 IL, parents born IL.  

 Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Pension at fold3.com :
George STONER, Co B 120 OH Reg.  Died on hospital boat, the "D A January", 8 Apr 1863, of chronic diarrhoea. Went onto steamer 5 Apr 1863 with acute dysentery.    But Capt Rummel said that he died of typhoid fever or camp fever at Youngs Point LA on 1 Apr 1863 after becoming ill on about 5 Mar 1863.[but Rummel had a note that said he would not be positive as refers disease.]  George had enrolled at Worthington Twp, OH.  

Widow: George W. STONER married Margaret Ann STAKE on 24 May 1853, at McConnellsburg, Fulton Co PA by Rev Martin Bachtle or by McHENRY, Minister of the Gospel.  [dated 28 May 1863]Margaret Ann STONER was 28 yrs old, resident of Newville, Richland Co OH.  But Margaret H. STONER died 26 May 1864 [attended by Dr. J. P. HENDERSON], so a guardian was appointed for the children.  
Guardian, George A. SMITH, resident of Fulton Co PA, post office McConnellsburg PA.   He was age 30[dated Feb 1865].  Dates had been written in Stoner's Bible which was in the possession of Jacob STONER, George's father who was living in McConnellsburg.  The children, after their mother died, were sent to the care of their grandfather Jacob STONER in McConnellsburg.  

Children:
Edward Andrew STONER, born 4 Apr 1855, McConnellsburg PA, attending physician was Samuel E. DUFFIELD
Merrick Albert STONER, born 28 Jan 1858, McConnellsburg PA, attended by Dr. Henry BRUBAKER.
Laura Bell STONER, born 15 Apr 1863, Newville, Richland Co OH, attending physician Dr. James P. HENDERSON,,
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Strickler, John E.   2 Aug 1862
1st Lieutenant Strickler was age 34 when he entered service.  He was appointed 1st Lieut. 4 Aug 1862; resigned 14 Jan 1863.

Father: David STRICKLER
Mother:  Rebecca PIKE
Birth:  7 Sep 1825 [Find a Grave info]
Marriage:  Elizabeth R. COULTER, 24 Apr 1856, Richland OH
Death:  16 July 1863, Lucas, OH at home
Cemetery:  Perrysville Union Cem, Ashland Co OH.  
photoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave


 Pension Index:  John E STRICKLER, B 120th OH Inf.   Widow, Elizabeth STRICKLER, filed 6 Oct 1863, Application 35213, Certificate 11307.  [Pension papers:  Resigned for reason of disability.  Died 16 July 1863, chronic diarrhea.  Child Norman B. STRICKLER born 11 Aug 1857.  "Widow pensioned together with minor child.  Remarried March 10, 1874, to Albert D. Zimmerman, Perrysville, Ashland County, Ohio.  He died November 2, 1900, and after his death she made appplication to be restored to the pension rolls.  Address at that time was 1436 East Main St., Columbus, Ohio.  Died about 1905-06."  John was studying medicine with Dr. W. [or N.] Baker in Lucas, Richland County for the 3 yrs previous to enlisting.  Elizabeth got $17. per month plus $2 for the child.  Elizabeth remarried and her name was ZIMMERMAN, address 1436 E. Main St, Columbus, Franklin Co OH in June 1902.  Albert ZIMMERMAN died 2 Nov 1900 in Columbus and was buried at Perrysville, Ashland Co OH.  Elizabeth died 19 Oct 1904.

WorldConnect researcher lists John's parents as David STRICKLER and Rebecca PIKE.  He was born in 1825 in York County PA.  

1850 Census, Washington, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 164, Family 164:  John STRICKLER, age 24 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 43 PA; Harriet KISER, age 21 PA; William KISER, age 2 PA; Mary ??CASSE, age 41 PA.  

Richland County Probate Court record:  John E STRICKLER married Elizabeth R. COULTER on 24 Apr 1856 in Richland county OH.  

1860 Census Lucas, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  John E STRICKLER, age 32 PA, a physician;  Elizabeth R., age 25 OH, teaches in common school;  Norman B. C., age 3 OH;  Rebecca, age 50 PA;  also living there is Elizabeth FAER or FACE, age 19, a  domestic.  

Ashland county military archives:   John E. STRICKLER Co B 120th OH, died at home, 16 June 1863.  

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Stull, Lewis O.   11 Aug 1862
Private Lewis Stull was 45 when he entered service.  He was discharged 11 Feb 1863 at Cairo, Illinois on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Enlisted at Newville, Richland County.
Father: Lewis W. STULL [ancestry]
Mother:  ?Mary ?Jane
Birth:  <1817>PA  
Marriage:  1 Jane ???
                2Matilda LECKLEITER [COUTER], 9 Apr 1876 Richland OH
Death:  15 Nov 1888
Cemetery:  Washington Village Cemetery, Little Washington, Richland Co OH

Pension Index:  Lewis STULL, B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1863 June 10, Application 25298, Certificate 23935.  Minor filed, Daniel RIGGLE guardian, 1889 Dec 21, Application 414398, Certificate 310236, filed in OH.  [Matilda died in Richland Co OH in 1888.  Ancestry.com]

?????1850 Census, Vermillion Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 278, Family 286:   Lewis STILL, age 30 OH, farmer; Jane, age 27 OH; Mary, age 8 OH.  

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, page 190, Dwelling 331, Family 344:  Lewis STULL, age 41 PA, laborer; Jane, age ?38 PA; Jeremiah, age 4 OH.

1870 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland County OH, page 244:  Louis STULL, age 45 PA, day laborer; Mary, age 75 PA; Jerry, age 10 PA.  

Jane, wife of Lewis STULL died 1 June 1875, buried at Pleasand Valley Cemetery, Lucas, Richland Co OH

Richland County Probate Court record:  Louis STULL married Matilda COUTER on 9 Apr 1876.

1880 Census Washington, Richland County OH, page 235: Lewis STULL, age 62 PA, day laborer, parents born PA; Matilda, wife, age 39 VA, father born Germany, mother born Pa; Birdie S, daughter, age 3 OH, father born PA, mother born VA; Ema COUTER, stepdaughter, age 18 OH, father born PA, mother born VA.        [Birdie is Bertha]

Richland [Ohio] Indigent Soldier Burials 1885-1896: Louis STULL, Company B 120th OVI, laborer, place of death Lucas, died 15 Nov 1888, buried Washington Cemetery.

 Have not found in Government  Headstone files.  

Stull, William   16 Aug 1862
Private William Stull was 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co G, 21st Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps on 15 Feb 1864; mustered out 15 Aug 1865 at Trenton, New Jersey.

Father: ?John STULL
Mother:  ?Rebecca ?????
Birth:  <1844>  PA
Marriage:  1Sarah E TREAS, 26 Dec 1870 Richland Co  OH
2Leah <1893>
Death:  20 Jul 1937
Cemetery:  Los Angeles National Cem, Los Angeles, L. A. County, CA: Stull, William, d. 07/20/1937, PVT B 120TH OHIO VOL INF, Plot: 87 11/E, bur. 07/23/1937 [interment.net]  Section 87, Row E, Site 11
William Stull at Los Angeles National CemeteryPhoto Credit:  James Heinz at Find a Grave

Photo Credit:  Jim Heinz at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  William STULL, B 120th OH Inf. and G 21st VRC.  Invalid filed 1885 Oct 14, Application 552099, Certificate 934940.  
Pension Card:  William died 22 June 1908??????. Just plain wrong.
Pension Index:  William STULL, Co B 120th OH Inf. dated 1907 in OH.  [May have been for an increase in pension.] 

They must be in PA in 1850 but I haven't found them yet.

????1860 Census Monroe Twp, Richland County OH, page 288:  John STULL, age 38 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 33 PA; Wm, age 15 PA; Mary C, age 12 PA; David, age 9 PA; Emily J, age 7 PA; Sarah, age 6 PA; Lelenza B [female], age 3 OH.  

????Richland County Probate Court record:  William STULL married Sarah E TREAS on 26 Dec 1870 in Richland County, OH.  

????1880 Census Elmwood, Tuscola County, MI, page 120:  Willim STULL, age 35 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Saarah, wife, age 28 OH, parents born PA; Saarah R, daughter, age 5 MI.  [Note: John STULL, age 58, and David STULL, age 29, are also living in Tuscola County MI in 1880.]

1890 Veterans Schedule:  White River, Sioux Co NE
House 36, Family 36  William STULL, Private in Co B 120th OH Inf.  
Post Office, Fort Robinson, Denver Co NE
Rheumatism and chronic Diarrhea

Married Leah <1893>

1900 Census, White River Pct, Sioux Co NE; Dwelling 147, Family 151:  William STULL, age 53 PA, born May 1847, married 7 yrs, stock grower, parents born PA; Leah L., wife. age 56 Canada, born Oct 1843, married 7 yrs, 0 children, father born MD, mother born Canada.

1910 Census, White River Pct, Sioux Co NE, Dwelling 45, Family 45:  William STULL, age 63 PA, second marriage, married 17 yrs, parents born PA, general farmer, column 30 marked UA for military service; Leah L., wife, age 66 Canada [French speaking], first marriage, married 17 yrs, 0 children, parents born Canada, came to US 1893.  

1920 Census, Ozark Twp,  Polk Co AR, Dwelling 146, Family 151:  William STULL, age 74 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Leah L., age 76 Canada, father born MD, mother born Canada, came to US in 1849.  

Apparently he was here in Kansas first and then went to Los Angeles.  
US National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers: Leavenworth, KS also in 1922.  Mentions old injury to right foot.
Has nearest relative as John E. Johnston of Newton KS.  Admitted 15 Aug 1922 and discharged 15 Sep 1922 at his own request.  

US National Homes for Diabled Volunteer Soldiers:  Sawtelle, Los Angeles Co, CA
Admitted: 15 Aug 1922 [at Kansas]
Discharged:  15 Sep 1922
Readmitted:  27 Oct 1922[in California]
Enlisted Co B 120th OVI at Mansfield OH on 16 Aug 1862:  Discharged 15 Aug 1865 at Trenton, NJ.  Private. 
Disabilities when admitted to Home:  Defective Vision and hearing.  Cardiac hypertrophy, Areriosclerosis, etc.
Born PA.  Age 76 at admitance.  5'7.5" Fair complexion, Brown eyes, Gray hair, can read and write, Protestant, Farmer, Residence subsequent to discharge, Newton, KS,  Widowed.  No name or address for nearest relative.
Pension Cert: 934, 940

1930 Census, National Home, Los Angeles, CA, Enumeration Dist. 1188, Sheet number and letter 25B, Line 72:  William STULL, age 84 PA, inmate, widowed, age at first marriage 26, parents born PA.  

Swan, William   11 Aug 1862
Corporal Swan was 22 when he entered service.  He was appointed 1 Mar 1863; discharged 25 Aug 1863 at New Orleans, Louisiana on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: ?Jesse SWAN
Mother:  ?Sarah ????
Birth:  Mar 1841 OH
Marriage:  Levina PARR on 25 May 1864 in Ashland County OH
Death:  6 July 1929, Burlington, Des Moines Co, IA
Cemetery:

Pension Index:  William SWAN, B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1863 Dec 3, Application 36848, Certificate 28764.  Also filed for B 120th in 1907 in OH.  Pension Card:  William died 6 July 1929 at Burlington, IA.  No widow pension listed.

1850 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Jesse SWAN, age 55 PA, a farmer;  Sarah, age 48 PA;  James, age 18 OH, a farmer;  George, age 17 OH;  Elizabeth, age 15 OH;  Mary, age 13 OH;  William, age 10 OH.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Jesse SWAN, age 65 PA, a farmer;  Sarah, age 55 PA;  William, age 20 OH, a farmer;  also living there was James E BAKER, age 11 OH.  

Ashland County Probate Court:  William SWAN married Levina PAN [PARR]on 25 May 1864 in Ashland County OH.  World Connect says this is PARR.  They had a third child named Jennie, born 1883-1884

1870 Census, have not found.  

1880 Census, Burlington 5th Ward, Des Moines Co, IA, Dwelling 319, Family 360:  Luther SWAN, age 36 OH, painter, parents born PA; Lavina, wife, age 33 OH, parents born PA?;  Otto D, son, age 13 OH; Jessie P., daughter, age 4 IA.  

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, 815 Garfield, Burlington, Burlington Twp, Des Moines Co IA, Dwelling 139, Family 141:  W. H. SWAN, age 59 OH, born Mar 1841, married 35 yrs, parents born PA, roofing;  Lovina, wife, age 54 OH, born Nov 1846, married 35 yrs, 3 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Jessie P, daughter, age 22 IA, single, born Mar 1888, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, 721 Garfield, Burlington Ward 5, Des Moines Co, IA, Dwelling 74, Family 74:  Wm L SWANN, age 70 OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, parents born PA, contract roofer, not marked for military service ; Lavina, wife, age 66 OH, parents born PA; Jesse Pearl, daughter, age 30 IA, parents born OH.  

1920 Census, 721 South Garfield Ave, Burlington Ward 5, Des Moines Co, IA, Dwelling 31, Family 33:  William SWANN, age 79 OH, widow, house painter, parents born PA; Jessie P, daughter, age 35 IA, single, parents born OH.

 

Swigart, Peter A.   10 Aug 1862   [*]                                                                                             
Sergeant Swigart was 25 when he entered service.  He wa appointed from Corporal [date not given]; discharged 26 Oct 1863 at Columbus, Ohio on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: Michael SWIGART
Mother:  Anna BYERS
Birth:  1 Jan 1838 Richland Co OH
Marriage:  Margaret ANDREWS 23 Feb 1860
Death:  27 Sep 1865 Richland OH
Cemetery:  IOOF Cem, Garden of Memories, Monroe Twp, Richland OH.
photoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgPhoto Credits:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Peter A SWIGART, B 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1863 Nov 23, Application 36469, Certificate 27493.  Widow, Margaret R SWIGART, filed 2 Nov 1866, Application 136585, Certificate 100715.  No state was given in the index.  A minor's guardian pension.....applied for 10 May 1875, Application 220959, Certificate 173083, with the guardian's name as Uzal H. Armsbaugh.

Family Search says that Peter SWIGART married Margaret ANDREWS on 23 Feb 1860.  His parents were Michael SWIGART and Nancy Anna BYERS.  Peter was born 1 Jan 1838 in Richland County OH and died on 27 Sep 1865 in Richland County OH.  

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 69, Family 69:  Michael SWIGART, age 50 PA, farmer; Ann, age 49 PA; Elizabeth, age 20 OH; George J., age 19 OH; Peter A., age 13 OH; Jesse, age 8 OH.  

1860 Census Lucas, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Peter SWIGART, age 22 OH, a wagon maker;  Margaret, age 22 OH;  Jesse SWIGART, age 18, a wagon maker apprentice.

There is a bio of the family of Peter A. Swigart at the site below.  It says this about Peter:
"Peter A., their third son, was born Jan. 1, 1838 after the family was already living in Richland county; he married Margaret Andrews; he served as a private in Co. B, 120th O. V. I., during the war of the rebellion; he contracted a disease while in the army which caused his death; he died Sept. 27,1865."  Peter's parents were Michael and Anna (Byers) Swigart.  His siblings were: Leonard, Anna Margaret, Elizabeth, George J., Mary A. B., Elenora, (Peter fits in here), and Jesse L.  
http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Richland/RichlandMonroe.htm 

Richland Co Probate Court record:  Margaret L. SWIGART married Uzal H. AMSBAUGH on 29 Mar 1875 in Richland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Troy Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 154, Family 166:  U. AMSBAUGH, age 40 OH, parents born PA, farmer; Margrett AMSBAUGH, wife, age 41 OH, parents born PA; Willie AMSBAUGH, son, age one OH, parents born OH; Jennie AMSBAUGH, daughter age 11 OH; Carey AMSBAUGH, son, age 6, parents born OH; Amanda SWIGART, step daughter, age 18 OH, parents born OH; Mary SWIGART, step daughter, age 15 OH, parents born OH; Fannie? AMSBAUGH, adopted daughter, age 10 OH, father born Ireland, mother born OH.  

Not found for Swigart or Amsbaugh in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Margaret R. AMSBAUGH died 1 Dec 1898 [Abilene Cem records] at age 60.  Buried at Abilene Cemetery, Abilene, Dickinson Co KS.  Block 16.    Find a Grave

1900 Census Grant, Dickinson Co KS, Dwelling 42, Family 43: Uzal AMSBAUGH, age 60 OH, widowed, born May 1840, farmer father born PA, mother born NJ; Carey O. AMSBAUGH, son,  age 26 OH, single, born Aug 1873, farm laborer, parents born OH; William N. AMSBAUGH, son, age 21, born Jan 1879, single, farm laborer, parents born OH; Amanda M. SWIGART, step daughter, age 38 OH, born Jan 1862, single, father born PA, mother born OH.  [Uzal AMSBAUGH was in Co C 102 OH Inf.  Applied invalid pension, 6 Apr 1880, Application 355979, Certificate 294328.]

1910 Census, Grant, Dickinson Co KS, Dwelling 34, Family 34:  Uzal AMSBAUGH, age 69 OH, widowed, father born PA, mother born New Jersey, farmer on general farm, marked ua for military service;  Amanda SWIGGART, step daughter, age 48 OH, single, parents born OH, housekeeper/private family.  [Uzal died 8 May 1918, buried Abilene Cem, Dickinson Co KS]

P. A. Swigart Post, No. 11*6, G. A. R., at Lucas was named after Peter.

Pension at fold3.com :  This is all there was in the files there.
Peter A. SWIGART, Sergt, Co B 120th OH Vols.

Widow: Margaret R. SWIGART

Children:
Amanda SWIGART, ?27 Jan
Mary SWIGART, ?18 May

Thompson, Peter*   11 Aug 1862
Corporal Thompson was 29 when he entered service.  He died 17 Mar 1863 on the hospital boat Nashville.  In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: no burial information listed.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1833>
Marriage:  Eliza
Death:  17 Mar 1863 on the hospital boat Nashville

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Peter THOMPSON, Corporal, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 12 Mar 1863 on floating hospital "Nashville".  Cause:  typhoides febris.  

Have not found on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960.

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index:  Peter THOMPSON, B 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Eliza THOMPSON, filed 1863 Oct 24.  Application 36780, Certificate 52703 No state given.  Pension Card:  Minor pension on a separate card:  J. J. Hunter applied for 27 July 1868, Application 163344, Certificate 138231.  

Not in 1850 in Worthington.

1860 Census Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  Peter THOMPSON, age 27 PA, a farmer;  Elya???, age 22 PA;  George, age 5 OH;  John, age 3 OH;  Ida age one OH;  also living there were Susanna EBBERT, age 48 PA, a domestic;  Ellen HENRY, age 20 PA, an apprentice tailoress.

 Pension at fold3.com :  This is all there was in the files there.
Peter THOMPSON, Corpl, Co B, 120th OH Vols.

Widow: Eliza J. THOMPSON

Vanscoyce, Peter   5 Aug 1862        VAN SCOYOC  VANSCOYOC
Private Vanscoyce was 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co I, 17th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps [date not given]; mustered out 30 June 1865 at Indianapolis, Indiana.

Father: Peter VAN SCOYOC
Mother:  Mary SWITZER
Birth:  5 Oct 1841 Richland OH
Marriage:  Mary Ann KRUSE 15 Mar 1870, Noble, Indiana
Death:  3 Oct 1928 Oak Hill, Clay Co KS
Relationship: Brother-in-law of James M. First of Co. B, 120th OVI (Peter's sister, Sarah, married James).
Cemetery:  Peter VAN SCOYOC, Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Oak Hill, Clay Co KS GAR marker
photoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgPhoto Credits:  Ty Coup at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Peter VAN SCOYOC, B 120th OH Inf.  and I 17th VRC.  Invalid filed 1890 July 29, Application 957559, Certificate 981766, filed in Kansas.  Widow, Mary VAN SCOYOC, filed 1928 Oct 18, Application 1626079, A-4-12-'29, filed in KS.   Pension Card:  Peter died 3 Oct 1928 at Oak Hill, KS.  

1850 Census, Todd Twp, Crawford Co OH, Dwelling 99, Family 99:  Peter VANSEACK, age 48 OH, farmer; Mary, age 39 OH; Rachel, age 21 OH; Jur???? [male], age 18 OH, laborer; Barbara, age 16 OH; Margaret, age 15 OH; Sarah, age 14 OH; Saml, age 10 OH; Peter, age 8 OH; Eliza, age 7 OH; Mary J, age 5 OH; Rebecca E, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  Peter VAN SCOYOC, age 18 OH, a farm hand,  is living with Peter and Mary SWITZER.  

Researcher at Family Search:  Peter VANSCOYOC married Mary Ann KRUSE on 15 Mar 1870 in Noble, Indiana.  

1870 Census, Avilla, Allen Twp, Noble County, IN, page 104:  Peter VANSCOYOC, age 28 OH, laborer; Mary, age 20 OH.  

1880 Census, Oakland Twp, Clay County, KS, page 98:  Peter VANSCOYAC, age 39 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Mary A, wife, age 29 OH, parents born Prussia; Sherman W, son, age 9 IN; Marvin P, son, age 7 KS; Frances M, daughter, age 5 KS; William M, son, age 4 KS; Sarah B, daughter, age 2 KS; Emana E, daughter, age 1 month KS, born May 1880.

Have not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule in KS.  

1900 Census, Oakland Twp, Clay County, KS, page 147:  Peter VAN SCOYOC, age 58 OH, born Oct 1841, married 30 yrs, farmer, parents born OH; Mary A, wife, age 49 OH, born Jan 1851, married 30 yrs, 13 children/9 still living, parents born Germany; Marvin P, son, age 26 KS, single, born Oct 1873, farm laborer; Mary F, daughter, age 24 KS, born Aug 1875, single; William M, age 23 KS, born Dec 1876, single, farm laborer; Sarah B, daughter, age 22 KS, born March 1878, single, music teacher; Alice E, daughter, age 17 KS, born Feb 1883, single; Frederick R, son, age 14 KS, born May 1886; James J, son, age 9 KS, born June 1890; Nola R, daughter, age 7 KS, born May 1893.  

1910 Census, Oakland Twp, Clay County, KS, page 146:  Peter VANSCOYOC, age 68 OH, first marriage, married 40 yrs, farmer on general farm, parents born USA; Mary A, wife, age 59 OH, first marriage, married 40 yrs, 13 children/9 still living, father born Germany, mother born USA; Nola, daughter, age 16 KS; Della GOHEEN, daughter, age 32 KS, first marrage, married 4 yrs, 2 children/2 still living; Lavone, granddaughter, age 2yrs and 10 months KS, father born KY, mother born KS; Letha A, granddaughter, age 1 yr and 2 months KS, father born KY, mother born KS; Frances VANSCOYOC, daughter, age 34 KS, single, dress maker at home.  [Note: Column 30 marked UA for military service for Peter.] [Note: also listed on that same page were Fred R, 23 KS, and Marvin P, 36 KS who may have been sons of Peter and Mary.]

1920 Census, Oakland Twp, Clay County, KS, page 146:  Peter VANSCOYOC, age 78 OH, general farmer, parents born OH; Mary A, wife, age 68 OH, father born Holland [spoke Dutch], mother born OH; Mary Francis, daughter, age 44 KS, single; Nola, daughter, age 25 KS, single, teacher in grade school; E E FIRST, nephew, age 57 OH, farm laborer, single, parents born OH.  

At least 4 other children for Peter: Myrtilla, 1872; Emma 1880-81; Georgia 1885; Flossie, 1888-89.  See Findagrave.

 

Ward, Charles C.   13 Nov 1863               Charles Carroll WARD
Private Ward was 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to 142nd company, 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps, on 7 Jan 1865.

Father: Levi Barnes WARD
Mother:  Mary FREEMAN
Birth:  26 Mar 1845 Mt. Vernon, OH
Marriage:  1Emily WRIGHT 4 Dec 1867 Clark Co OH
                2Frances A PRATT [cem stone says Francis Pratt Ward. died 1923.]
Death:  6 Jan 1931 Mt. Vernon, Knox County, OH
Cemetery:  Mound View Cem, Mount Vernon, Knox County, OH
photoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpgphotoicon2.jpg Photo Credits:  Todd James Dean at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  Charles C WARD, B 120th and 142nd Co 2nd Battalion Veterans Reserve Corps.    Invalid applied 7 Jan 1887, Application 593191, Certificate 370457.   Pension Card:  Charles died 6 Jan 1931 at Mt. Vernon, OH.  

1850 Census, Mt Vernon, Ward 1, Knox Co OH, Dwelling 324, Family 343:  Levi B. WARD, age 40 VT, merchant; Mary S., age 35 CN; Roxana, age 16 OH; Emma, age 14 OH; Sarah E., age 8 OH; Charles C., age 5 OH; James L. Reynolds, age 20 OH, clerk.  

1860 Census, first ward Mt Vernon, Knox County, OH, page 37:  L B WARD, age 52 VT, merchant; Mary S, age 45 CT; Sarah S, age 16 OH; Charles C, age 14 OH; F F [male], age 6 OH.  Also living there were Angleine WALKER, age 18 a domestic and Wallace GRAHAM, age 18 NJ, a clerk.  [This couple is listed as Levi B. age 62 VT and Mary S, age 55 CT in 1870, along with Freeman F age 15 OH, in 1st Ward Mt Vernon, Knox County, OH, page 416.]

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Charles WARD married Emma WRIGHT on 4 Dec 1867 in Clark County, OH.

1870 Census, Morris Twp, Knox County, OH, page 402:  Charles WARD, age 25 OH, farmer; Emeline, age 21 CT.  

1880 Census, Morris, Knox County, OH, page 96: Charles C WARD, age 35 OH, a farmer, father born VT, mother born CT; Emily L, wife, age 31 CT, parents born CT; Sarah E, daughter, age 7 OH; Mary F, daughter, age 1 OH.   [Note:  I have no clue to know if this is the right person. He is the right age.]

First wife Emily must have died in 1885 [stone at cemetery].

Marriage of son shows name of Charles' second wife:
Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  C. P. WARD married Elizabeth B. SELLERS, on 19 Oct 1909 at Mt Vernon, Knox Co OH.  His father was C C WARD and his mother was Frances A. PRATT.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Mount Vernon, Knox Co OH: Line 12, House 42, Family 47:  Charles C WARD, Pvt, 2nd Battalion OVRC.  Discharged on surgeon's certificate.  

1900 Census, Morris Twp, Knox County, OH, page 244:  Charles O? WARD, age 55 OH, born Mar 1845, married 15 yrs, parents born VT, farmer; Francis A, wife, age 47 IL, born Mar 1853, married 15 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, father born England, mother born NY; Carol P, son, age 11 OH, born July 1888, father born OH, mother born IL; Levia R, daughter, age 16 OH, born Nov 1883, father born OH, mother born CT.    

1910 Census, Civil District #4, Hamilton County, TN, page 175:  Charles C WARD, age 65 OH, 2nd?? marriage, 23 yrs, father born VT, mother born ???, own income; Frances, wife, age 55 IL,  married 23 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, father born England, mother born IL; Carrol P, son, age 21 OH, first marriage, married 1 yr, parents born IL, bookkeeper in furniture co.; Elizabeth, daughter-in-law, age 20 OH, first marriage, married 1 yr, 0 children, parents born OH.   [Note: Column 30 is marked UA for military service for Charles.]

1920 Census, 4th Ward Mt Vernon, Knox County, OH, page 126:  Charles WARD, age 74 OH, no occupation, father born VT, mother born CT; Frances, wife, age 65 IL, father born England, mother born NY; Levia R, daughter, age 30 OH, single, father born OH, mother born IL.  

Death record in Ohio:  Charles Carrol WARD died 6 Jan 1931 at Mt. Vernon, Knox County, OH.  He was born 26 Mar 1845 at Mt. Vernon, OH.  He was a widower and retired at the time of his death.  He was living at 103 N. Machanic St.  His parents were Levi Barnes WARD, born Rutland VT, and Mary FREEMAN, born Hartford, CT.  He was buried at Mound View.  The informant was C. Pratt WARD of Mt Vernon, OH.  [Note:  I have not found Frances.]
 

Williams, David   11 Aug 1862
Private David Williams was 62 when he entered service.  He was discharged 10 Feb. 1863 at Cairo, Illinois on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1801-3> PA
Marriage:  Rachel GRABER
Death:  28 Sep 1870 Lexington Village, Richland Co OH [Ancestry.com]
Cemetery:  There is a David Williams, veteran, buried at Lexington Cem, Richland Co OH.  No dates are given.  

Have not found a Pension Index record.  

Did no find on government Headstones files.

Haven't found in 1850.

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County OH, page181: David WILLIAMS, age 57 PA, laborer; Rachael, age 56 PA; Mary, age 34 PA, domestic; David, age 29 PA, laborer; George, age 24 PA, drover; Sarah, age 22 PA; Charles, age 19 PA, farmer; Jerrome, age 13 PA.  

1870 Census, Lexington, Troy Twp, Richland County, OH, page 350: David WILLIAMS, age 69 PA, cattle broker; Rachel, age 68 PA; Mary, age 45 PA; David, age 39 PA; George, age 34 PA, cattle broker; Sarah, age 32 PA.  

In 1880 Rachel is still living in Lexington OH [page 138] with children David, Mary and George.

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  File #30780, Sarah Elisabeth GEORGE died 10 May 1914 at Troy Twp, Richland Co OH.  Widow.  Born 18 Feb 1838 in PA.  Father David WILLIAMS born PA.  Mother Rachel GRABER, born PA.  Burial at Lexington.  Informant Mrs. Wellio LOGON of Lexington OH.  [Daughter Mary A. WILLIAMS' death record verifies name Rachel GRABER.]

Son at Richland Co OH site..........Williams, David -- Lexington.  David Williams, an old and respected resident of this place, died last Wednesday.  He was born in Franklin Co., Pa., in the year of 1831, being 73 years, 9 months, 4 days of age.  He leaves the following brothers and sisters:  John and Mary Williams, Mrs. Sarah George, of this place, Samuel Williams, of Akron, and Mrs. Rebecca Shafer, of Bellville.  The services were conducted by the Rev. J.C. Dole, of the Congregational church, of which he was a life long member, assisted by Rev. O.L. Cook and Rev. H.F. Thompson.  --  [Bellville Messenger:  11 November 1904, Vol. 12, No. 44]

Williams, William P.   11 Aug 1862
Private William Williams was 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged 21 Mar 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: Jeremiah WILLIAMS
Mother:  Sarah C. ?DONOLSIN
Birth:  Dec 1845  / 1843
Marriage:  Lucy GARDEN
Death:  Sept 17, 1915 in Cuyahoga County OH
Cemetery:  Brooklyn Heights Cemetery, Cuyahoga Co OH
Relationship:  Brother in law of Lewis L. HOOPES of Co B 120th OVI
William P. Williams at Brooklyn Heights Cemetery, Cleveland, OHPhoto Credit: Susanna Pretzer, by way of "cypressgreen" at Find a Grave.  

Pension Index:  William P WILLIAMS, I 163rd OH and B 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1863 Nov 23, Application 36514, Certificate 1035327.  Widow, Lucy, filed 1915 Oct 25, Application 1054730, Certificate 805252, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  William died 17 Sep 1915 at Cleveland OH.

1850 Census, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 149, Family 149:  Jeremiah WILLIAMS, age 48 OH, farmer; Sarah C., age 45 PA; John, age 20 OH, farmer; Sarah E., age 16 OH; Nancy, age 14 OH; Phebe, age 11 OH; William, age 6 OH.  [Nancy's death record is available online, but I just can't read her mother's last name.] [Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File #51396, Phoebe HOOPS died 10 Sep 1915 at Lucas, Richland Co OH.  Married.  Born 7 Feb 1839 OH.  Father Jermiah WILLIAMS born OH.  Mother Sarah DONOLSIN, born OH.  Informant Lewis L HOOPES of Lucas OH.  burial Williams Cem.  

1860 Census, Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH, page 305:  Jeremiah WILLIAMS, age 50 OH, farmer; Sarah C, age 55 PA; Elizabeth, age 22 OH, domestic; Phoeba, age 18 OH; William P, age 15 OH, farm hand.  

1870 Census, Lucas, Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH:  pg 252: Jerry WILLIAMS, age 57 OH, runs saw mill; Sarah, age 50 OH; William, age 22 OH, at home.  

Married Lucy <1877>

1880 Census Milan, Erie County, OH:  Wm P WILLIAMS age 35 OH, a telegraph operator, parents born OH;  Lucy E, wife, age 25 Canada, parents born Canada;  Laura, daughter, age one year OH.

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schdule.  

1900 Census, 10th Ward Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, page 125:  William WILLIAMS, age 54 OH, born Dec 1845, married 23 yrs, telph. lineman, parents born OH; Lucy, wife, age 45? Canada, married 23 yrs, 6 children/4 still living; nurse, parents born Canada; Laura, daughter, age 21 OH, born Aug 1878, single, bookkeeper; Mabel, daughter, age 19 OH, born Apr 1881, single; Nellie, daughter, age 16 OH, born Dec 1883, single.  

1910 Census, West 95th St, 1st Ward Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, page 32: William P WILLIAMS, age 65 OH, first marriage, married 32 yrs, telegraph operator, parents born OH;  Lucy, wife, age 52 Canada, first marriage, married 32 yrs, parents born Canada; Mabel, daughter, age 26 OH, single, manufacturing stenographer; Lerena, daughter, age 24 OH, single, department store clerk.    

Cleveland Necrology file and Ohio Online Certificate Index:  William P Williams died Sept 17, 1915 in Cuyahoga County OH.    Lucy E WILLIAMS, wife of William P,  died 14 July 1917 in Cuyahoga County OH.  

Ohio Death Certificate Index: WILLIAMS, William P., died 17 Sep 1915 in Cuyahoga Co OH, Volume #1728, Certificate #48247.  But I can't find the image of that certificate at Family Search Record Search.  

Offsite Cemetery photos here.

Death record in Ohio:  Lucy Elma is listed just as the necrology file above stated.  The informant was Lorina WILLIAMS of 3249 W86th St.   The burial was to be in Brooklyn Heights.  Lucy was born 30 Oct 1852 in Canada.  Her father was William GARDEN and her mother was Matilda MUSSEN or MUSSER, both born in Canada.  I just can't find William listed.

Wilson, Erastus B.   11 Aug 1862                                                                                               
Corporal Wilson was 17 when he entered service.  He was appointed Corporal 1 Jan 1864; transferred to Co E 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Appointed Sergeant.  Transferred to  E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.
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Father: Samuel WILSON
Mother:  Zeruiah FLEEHARTY/FLAHARTY
Birth:  28 Mar 1845
Marriage:  Sarah CALHOUN 3 Feb 1870 Worthington Twp.
Death:  3 Jan 1888  
Cemetery:  Bunker Hill Cemetery, Richland Co OH:  Co B 120th Reg OVI on stone
Photo Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997: Erastus B. WILSON died 3 Jan 1888 at Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, age 42.  Born Worthington.  Farmer, Married.  

Pension Index:  Erastus B WILSON, B 120th, E 114th and E 48th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1880 Apr 6, application 359624m Certificate 259803.  Widow, Sarah I. WILSON, 1890 [sic] Dec 23, Application 499262, no Certificate, filed in OH.  

Offsite family portrait Here.  Cemetery Photo here.  Erastus died 8 Jan 1888.

1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 267, Family 271:  Samuel WILSON, age 35 PA, farmer; Zeruzah, age 30 OH; Mary E., age 8 OH; Erastus, age 6 OH; George, age 4 OH; James, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 186:  Samuel WILSON, age 44 PA, farmer; Zeruiah [female], age 41 OH; Mary, age 18 OH; Erastus, age 15 OH, farmer; George, age 13 OH; James, age 11 OH; Nicholas, age 6 OH; Rholetta FLUHARTY, age 11 OH.  [Note:  Richland County Probate Court record:  Samuel WILSON married Zeruiah FLEEHARTY 24 Oct 1839 in Richland County OH.]

Richland County Probate Court record:  Erastus B WILSON married Sarah J CALHOUN on 3 Feb 1870 in Richland County, OH.  

1870 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 420:  Erastus WILSON, age 25 OH, no occupation listed: Sarah, age 23 OH.  [Note: living next dwelling to  Noble and Eliza CALHOUN.]

1880 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 265:  Erastuis WILSON, age 35 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH;  Sarah, wife, age 35 OH, parents born PA; Albertie, daughter, age 9 OH.  

Hardesty's Richland = Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia. [Richland County OH version] 1885...original available at the Ohio Historical Society.  There is also a version of the soldier's biographies extracted from the above Hardesty's that has been published by the Richland County Genealogical  Society, 1998 called Richland County, Ohio Civil War Veterans. This book states that Erastus was born in Worthington Twp, Richland county, OH on 28 Mar 1845 to Samuel and Zeruah Wilson.  He married Sarah Calhoun 3 Feb 1870 in the same township.  They had one child named Alberta M.  Their farm was near Independence, Richland county.  John Wilson, grandfather of Erastus, was in the War of 1812.  It also states that Erastus and three others were taken by Mr. William Pritchard to Lucas, Ohio, to enlist in the war.  Only Erastus survived the war.
 [I believe that  Joseph B. Pritchard [see above] was one of those young men.  His father was William Pritchard.]

 Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  Sarah J. WILLSON died 22 Jan 1890 at Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, age 43.  Born at Worthington.  Widow.  

Wilson, George H.   5 Aug 1862
Private George Wilson was 24 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.[Promoted to Corporal]  Corporal Wilson was transferred to Co E, 48th OVI 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.

Father: Maxwell WILSON
Mother:  Sarah VOLKENBURG
Birth:  24 Aug 1838 Canonsburg, Washington Co PA
Marriage:  Catherine McFARLAND, 30 Aug 1866, Richland OH
Death:  23 Feb 1922 Mansfield, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:  Mansfield Cemetery, age 83, Section 3, Lot 53.  [Catherine, age 72, died at Lucas, 3 Nov 1912, Section 3, Lot 53.]
Relationship:  Brother to James and Walter WILSON of Co B 120th

Pension Card:  George H. WILSON, Co B 120th OH Inf, Co E 48th OH Inf, Co E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid pension applied 5 June 1880, Application 377445, Certificate 303889.  Died 23 Feb 1922 at Mansfield OH

Richland County, Ohio Soldiers Discharges, v. 2, p. 90: George H. WILSON, corporal, Capt. Henry H. EBERHARDT'S Co. E, 48th OVI; born Wash. Co., PA; age 24; 5'5 1/2"; light complexion, hazel eyes, and auburn hair; cabinet maker; of Lucas. [Richland County Recorder's Office, Mansfield, Ohio. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1850 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 193, Family 193:  Maxwell WILLSON, age 39 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 35 PA; Henry, age 13 PA; George, age 12 PA; Martha, age 9 PA; James, age 8 PA; Lydia, age 6 OH; Walter, age 3 OH; Sarah J, age 10 months OH.  

1860 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 64:  Maxwell WILSON, age 48 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 45 PA; James, age 18 PA; Levina A, age 15 PA; Walter, age 13 OH; Sarah J, age 11 OH; Mary E, age 9 OH; Phebe, age 4 OH.  

1860 Census Worthington Township, Richland County OH:  George STONER, age 30 PA, a master cabinet maker[see George STONER above];  Margaret, age 25 OH;  Edward, age 5 PA;  Merick [male] age 2 PA;  Isabella, age 3 months OH;  also living there is George WILSON age 21 PA, apprentice to cabinet maker.

Richland County Probate Court Record:  On 30 Aug 1866 George WILSON married Catherine McFARLAND in Richland County OH.

1880 Census Lucas, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  George H. WILSON, age 41 PA, works on RailRoad, parents born PA;  Catherine, age 40 OH, father born VA, mother MD;  Mark W, son,  age 12 OH, works on farm;  Emma M, daughter, age 11 OH;  James V, son, age 9 OH;  Martha J, daughter, age 7 OH;  Anna E, daughter, age 5 OH;  John O, son, age 2 OH;  Dora A, daughter, age 2 OH;  Lilly, daughter, age 4 months OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule: Monroe Twp, Richland Co OH:  Line 10, House 30, Family 36:  George H. WILSON, Corporal, Co E [incorrect], 120th OH Inf.       Disabilities: diarrhoea and rheumatism.  

1900 Lucas Village, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  George H WILSON, age 61 PA, born Aug 1838, married 33 yrs, a farmer, parents born PA;  Catherine, wife, age 59 OH, born Mar 1841, married 33 yrs, 8 children, 8 still living, father born VA, mother born MD;  John O, son, age 22 OH, born July 1877, single, a day laborer;  Lily M, daughter, age 20 OH, single, born Jan 1880, a sales lady;  Dora W. HOFFMAN, daughter, age 22 OH, a widow, born July 1877, a servant;  Martha J. SMART, daughter, age 27 OH, born Nov 1872, married 0 years [this may mean under one year], no children, a servant.

1910 Lucas Village, Monroe Township, Richland County OH:  George J WILSON, age 71 PA, 1st marriage, 43 yrs, no occupation, parents born PA;  Catherine, wife, age 70 OH, father born MD, mother OH, married 43 yrs, 8 children, 8 still living.

1920 Precinct B, Mansfield City, Richland County, OH:  James W. HARBAUGH, age 35 OH, a machinist on the Pennsylvania Railroad, parents born OH;  Lillian M, wife, age 39 OH, parents born OH [that doesn't make sense]; George H WILSON, father-in-law, age 81 PA, a widower, parents born in PA.  

Death record in Ohio:  Geo H WILSON died 23 Feb 1922 in Mansfield, Richland County, OH.  He was a widower.  Occupation was carpenter.  His parents were Maxwell WILLSON, born PA, and Sarah VOLKENBURG, born PA.  He was born in Cannonsburg, PA, on 24 Aug 1838.  He was buried at Mansfield Cemetery.  The informant was John O WILSON of Mansfield.  

Wilson, James V.   6 Sept 1864  [signed for 1 year]
Private James Wilson was 22 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 16 June 1865 at Mound City, IL, by order of War Dept.  

Father: Maxwell WILSON
Mother:  Sarah VALKENBURG
Birth:  Aug 1842-43
Marriage:   Lucinda A FORD, 16 Sep 1873, Edgar IL
Death:  22 Oct 1901 at Edgar Co IL
Cemetery:  Edgar Cemetery, Edgar County, IL  [217 463-2415, m - Sat. 9 to 1]Call was made and the grave is at Section D, lot 1449.  
Relationship:  Brother to George and Walter WILSON of Co B 120th.
James V. Wilson, Edgar Cemetery, Edgar Co, ILPhoto Credit:  Phyllis Sutton at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  James V. WILSON, Co B 120th OH Inf, Co C 86th OH Inf., Cos F and E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 21 June 1869, Application 144982, Certificate 106859.  Died 22 Oct 1901 at Edgar Co IL.  

Listed in the Roll of Honor, Co E 114th OH Inf.  on the Roll of Honor Page.  This Roll was published in 1929.  Lists James as being buried at Edgar Cem.  

Researcher at Family Search:  James was born 9 Aug 1842 Canonsburg, Washington County, PA.  Died 1901.

1850 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 193, Family 193:  Maxwell WILLSON, age 39 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 35 PA; Henry, age 13 PA; George, age 12 PA; Martha, age 9 PA; James, age 8 PA; Lydia, age 6 OH; Walter, age 3 OH; Sarah J, age 10 months OH.  

1860 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 64:  Maxwell WILSON, age 48 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 45 PA; James, age 18 PA; Levina A, age 15 PA; Walter, age 13 OH; Sarah J, age 11 OH; Mary E, age 9 OH; Phebe, age 4 OH.  [Family search also lists as siblings George W <1847>, Henry <1849>, and Martha <1851>.]

1870 Census, Paris Twp, Edgar County, IL, page 148:  James V WILSON, age 26 PA, farm laborer.  He is living with the John W MAFRES??? family.  

Illinois, County Court Records, Film 1301880 - 1301882:  James V. WILSON married Lucinda A. FORD on 16 Sep 1873 at Edgar County IL.  

Son's Illinois, Marriages, 1815-1935 record:  Clifford H. WILSON married June Della GALEENER on 9 Sep 1903 at Paris, Edgar, IL.  Clifford's father's name, James V. WILSON; mother's name Lucinda A. FORD.  

1880 Census, Stratton Twp, Edgar County, IL, page 235:  James V WILSON, age 30 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Lucinda A, wife, age 28 OH, father born OH, mother born PA; Otis M, son, age 4 IL; Gracie A, daughter, age 2 IL; Abeslip? C, son, age 10 months born Aug 1879 IL.  

1883 Military Pensioners, Edgar Co IL:   Wilson, James V, Post Office Paris, rheu., heart dis $8.00

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Stratton Twp, Edgar County, IL, page 248:  James V WILSON, age 57 PA, born Aug 1843, married 26 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Lucina, A, wife, age 48 OH, born Feb 1852, married 26 yrs, 7 children/6 still living, father born OH, mother born PA; Oatis M, son, age 24 IL, born Aug 1875, single, no cooupation listed; Clifford H, son, age 20 IL, born Aug 1879, single, farm laborer; B??? E, daughter, age 18 IL, born Nov 1881, single; Van M, son, age 15 IL, born Apr 1885 IL; Roy, son, age 11 IL, born Sep 1888; Kenneth, son, age 1 IL, born Apr 1899.  

1910 Census, Perry Twp, Clinton County, IN, page 282:  Lucinda A WILSON, age 58 OH, widow, has own income, father born KY, mother born PA; Roy, son, age 22 IL, single, farmer on home farm; Kenneth, son, age 10 IL.  

Wilson, Walter M.   2 Mar 1864
Private Walter Wilson was 17 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864. Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.

Father: Maxwell WILSON
Mother:  Sarah VALKENBURG
Birth:  <1847>  OH
Marriage:  Martha J. HAWKINS on 15 Sep 1868, Edgar Co IL
Death:  20 Aug 1884
Cemetery:  Bunker Hill, Independence, Richland Co OH
Relationship:  Brother to James and George WILSON of Co B 120th.
Walter Wilson at Bunker Hill CemeteryHeadstone recordPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Walter M WILSON, E 114th OH, B 120th OH, B 48th OH Inf.  Widow, Martha J. WILSON, filed 24 September 1886, Application 345120, Certificate 238460, filed in Illinois.

Headstones Provided fro Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903:  Walter M WILSON, Pvt, Co B 120th OH Inf.  Cemetery: Bunker Hill, Independence, Richland Co OH.  Died 20 Aug 1884.  

1850 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 193, Family 193:  Maxwell WILLSON, age 39 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 35 PA; Henry, age 13 PA; George, age 12 PA; Martha, age 9 PA; James, age 8 PA; Lydia, age 6 OH; Walter, age 3 OH; Sarah J, age 10 months OH.  

1860 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 64:  Maxwell WILSON, age 48 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 45 PA; James, age 18 PA; Levina A, age 15 PA; Walter, age 13 OH; Sarah J, age 11 OH; Mary E, age 9 OH; Phebe, age 4 OH.  [Family search also lists as siblings George W <1847>, Henry <1849>, and Martha <1851>.]

Edgar County Court Records: Walter M. WILSON married Martha J. HAWKINS on 15 Sep 1868.

1870 Census Paris Township, Edgar County, Illinois:  Joseph HAWKINS age 59 VA, a farmer, Mary A, age 53 VA; Walter M WILSON age 24 OH, a farmer;  Martha J, age 20 IN;  Joseph E, age 10 months, IL;  James M HAWKINS, age 30 OH, a farmer.  [We see from the 1880 census below that they were living with, apparently, Martha's parents.]

1880 Census 3rd Ward, Paris, Edgar County, IL:  Walter M WILSON, age 33 OH, a constable, parents born PA;  Martha J, wife, age 30 IN, parents born VA;  Joseph E, son, age 10 IL;  Mertie R, daughter, age 6 IL;  Ora A, daughter, age one IL;  Mary A HAWKINS, mother-in-law, age 62 VA, parents born VA.  

 Daughter's marriage:  Illinois, Marriages, 1815-1935:  Myrtle R. WILSON married Edward L. RANSFORD 23 Mar 1897 at Paris, Edgar, IL.  Her father was Walter M. WILSON.  Her mother was Martha J. HAWKINS.  

Daughter's marriage:  Illinois, Marriages, 1815-1935:  Ora WILSON married Edward T. HOWARD 14 Jun 1897 at Paris, Edgar Co IL.  Her father was Walter WILSON.  Her mother was Martha HAWKINS.  

Wolfe, John*   4 Aug 1862
Private Wolfe was 32 when he entered service.  He died 17 Apr 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
 In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: John WOLF
Mother:  ?Eve
Birth:  <1840> MD
Marriage:  Susan TOOMAN
Death:  17 Apr 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi  [Not on lists for Vicksburg National Cemetery]

Contacted TerryMoore615 at Ancestry.com where he has a tree for John Wolf.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  John WOLF, Private, Co B 120th OH INf, died 12 Apr 1863 at VanBuren General Hospital Millikens Bend, LA.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Card:  Widow applied 16 May 1863, Application 21749, Certificate 9080.
Widow's Pension:  
*Wife, Susannah TOOMAN[maiden name] WOLF
*Children Samuel born  22 Dec 1853, George Franklin born  28 May 1855, and William Porter born 27 Oct 1857.  All children born in Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH.
*Post office address Butler, Richland Co OH.  
*Married in Richland Co OH on 24 Oct 1852.  
*Husband John died in hospital of chronic diarrhoea.  
*Husband John died of lung fever at Van Buren Hospital in Louisiana.  
*Another child, Artamalissa WOLF was born 3 May 1860, died Oct 1861.  

1850 Census, Worthington, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 75, Family 77:  John WOLF, age 53 MD, mason; Eve, age 54 PA; John, age 20 MD, mason.  

Wife's family:  1850 Census, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 112, Family 114:  George TUMAN, age 60 VA, farmer; Sophia, age 50 PA; Susan, age 25 PA; Mary, age 23 PA; Eliza, age 20 PA; George, age 17 PA, farmer; John, age 12 PA; Samuel, age 10 PA; Peter, age 7 OH.  

1860 Census, Post Office Butler, Worthington Twp, Richland County, OH, page 177:  Dwelling 143 Family 148:   Sophia TUMAN, age 60 PA; John, age 22 PA, famer; Samuel, age 18 PA, farmer; Peter, age 16 OH, famer; Family 149 John WOLF, age 29 MD, carpenter; Susan, age 34 PA; Samuel, age 6 OH; William, age 2 OH; unnamed female, age one month OH.

1870 Census, Post Office Bellville, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 79, Family 80:  John WOLF, age 78 Wertenburg; Susan, age 30 PA; Samon [Samuel?], age 15 OH; George, age 13 OH; William, age 11 OH; Sophia TOMAN, age 70 PA.  

Susan Wolf died 14 Ap 1877, age 51y 11m 11d.  Buried at Independence-Butler Cem, Richland Co OH.  John's name is on the back of Susan's stone.  Stone says he died 13 Apr 1860, age 29y 10 m 8 d.  But his date is wrong and his age probably is wrong too.  

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Wyant, George W.   27 Feb 1864             alternate spellings WEANT, WYANDT, WYAND
Private George Wyant was 22 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  

Father: Jacob WYANT
Mother:  Nancy FOREMAN
Birth:  17 Feb 1841 in Carroll County, OH
Marriage:  Mary J. WATTERS
Death:  3 Jan 1917 at Bowerston, Harrison County, OH
Cemetery:   Mount Olive, Carroll Co OH

Pension Index:  George W WYANT, B 120th, E 114th, B 48th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1891 Apr 3, Application 1013601, Certificate 931867, filed in OH.  Widow, Mary J WYANT, filed 12 Jan 1917, application 1091034, Certificate 834538, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  George died 3 Jan 1917 at Bowerston, OH.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Carroll Co OH, Dwelling 835, Family 836:  J. [male] WIANT, age 32 OH, farmer; N. [female], age 33 OH; Jno., age 11 OH; Geo., age 8 OH; H. [male], age 4 OH.  

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Carroll Co OH, page 717:  Jacob WIANT, age 43 OH, farmer; N. A. [female], age 42 OH; John, age 21 OH, farmer; George, age 17 OH, farmer; E.,[female], age 14 OH; M.C., age 3 [female] OH.  

Harris County TX County Clerk record:  George W. WYANT married Mary Jane WATERS on 1 Nov 1865 in Harris, TX.

1870 Census Rumley Township, Harrison County OH, page 191:  George WYANT, age 26 OH, a farm laborer;  Mary, age 24 TX; Nancy, age 3 OH;  Mary age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Rumley Twp, Harrison County, OH, page 469:  George WYANT, age 36 OH, farm laborer, parents born OH; Mary J, wife, age 40 TX, parents born TX; Nancy A, daughter, age 13 OH; Mary J, daughter, age 12 OH; George H, son, age 9 OH.  

1900 Jackson St., Zanesville, Muskingum County OH, page 208:  George WYANT, age 59 OH, born Feb 1841, railroad section boss, married 35 yrs, parents born OH;  Mary J, wife, age 45 TX, born Dec 1854, married 35 yrs, 3 children, 3 still living, parents born TX.

1910 Census, Spring Street, Bowerston Village, Monroe Twp, Harrison County OH, page 113:  George WYANT, age 69 OH, first marriage, married 44? yrs, farm laborer, parents born OH; Mary, wife, age 63 TX, first marriage, married 44? yrs,  4 children/3 still living, parents born TX. [Note: column 30 is marked UA for military service.]

Ohio online deaths:  George W. WYANT died 3 Jan 1917 in Harrison County OH.

Death record in Ohio:  George W WYANT died 3 Jan 1917 at Bowerston, Harrison County, OH.  He was born 17 Feb 1841 in Carroll County, OH.  His parents were Jacob WYANT and Nancy FOREMAN, birth places unknown.  He was retired.  Burial was at Mt Olive.   Informant, Mrs. Geo. W. WYANT of Bowerston.  [Parents Note: Carroll County Probate Court record:  Jacob WEANT married Nancy FOREMAN on 26 Apr 1837 in Carroll County OH.]

Wife's Death record in Ohio: File #21895, Mary Jane WYANT died 20 Mar 1929 at Bowerston, Harrison Co OH.  Widow of Geo. WYANT.  Born 25 Dec 1842 in Houston TX.  Father Jacob WATTERS.  Burial at Bowerston.[Interment.net  Harrison Co OH, no marker, sec G, plot 568.]  Informant Mrs. Mary DENNY of Bowerston OH.  

Wyant, Henry   29 Feb 1864
Private Henry Wyant was 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1846> OH  Calculated from tombstone, born 27 Feb 1845
Marriage:  Mary J. CHANNEL 10 Dec 1868 Harrison Co OH
Death:  7 Aug 1884 at North Twp, Harrison Co OH
Cemetery:  United Brethren Cemetery, Harrison Co OH.  

Photo Credit: Jill Weikle at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  Henry WYANT, Co B 120th OH Inf.   Invalid applied for 27 May 1879.  Widow, Mary J WYANT, filed 1885 Feb 7, Application 323514, Certificate 240183, filed in OH.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Carroll Co OH, Dwelling 835, Family 836: J. WIANT, age 32 OH, farmer; N. [female], age 33 OH; Jno, age 11 OH; Geo, age 8 OH; H. [male], age 4 OH.[Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994: Jacob WIANT married Nancy Foreman on 26 Apr 1838 at Carroll Co OH.]

??1860 Census, Perry Twp, Carroll Co OH, Dwelling 1072, Family 970: Jacob WIANT, age 43OH, farmer; N A, [female] age 42 OH; John, age 21OH, farmer; George, age 17 OH farmer; E. [female], age 14 OH; M C [female] age 3 OH.

Harrison and Carroll are adjoining counties.  

Harrison County Probate Court record:  Henry WYANT married Mary J. CHANNEL on 10 Dec 1868 in Harrison County OH.  

1870 Census North Township, Harrison County OH, page 166:  Henry WYANT, age 25 OH, farm laborer;  Mary J, age 30 OH.  Also living there was Stanton CHANNEL [male], age 14 OH.  

1880 Masterville, Harrison County, OH, page 454:  Henry WYANDT, age 37 OH, a laborer, parents born OH;  Mary J, wife, age 49 OH, parents born VA;  Harvey E, son, age 8 OH.  

Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  Henry WYANT died 7 Aug 1884 at North Twp, Harrison Co OH at age 43.  Born <1841>.  Married.  Ohio-EASy, film 894646, V1, page 128.  

Zediker, Thomas B.*   9 Aug 1862
Private Zediker was 18 when he entered service.  He died 3 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.
In the Roll of Honor in the back of the Official Roster: buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Father: Daniel ZEDIKER
Mother:  Drusilla or Rosella HACKET
Birth:  <1843> OH
Marriage:  probably single
Death:  3 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, Mississippi  [Not listed for Vicksburg National Cemetery]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Thomas ZEDIKER, Private, Co B 120th OH Inf, died 30 Jan 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: encorditis.  

Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Have not found on Pension Index.  

1850 Census District 127 Monroe Township, Richland County OH, page 339:  Daniel ZEDIGER, age 26 OH, a laborer;  Drucilla, age 24 OH;  Thomas, age 6 OH;  Catherine, age 7 or 4 OH;  Peter, age 3 OH.   [Note: Richland County Probate Court record: Daniel ZEDAKER married Drusilla HACKET on 2 Nov 1843 in Richland County OH.]

1860 Mifflin Township, Richland County OH:  Daniel ZEDICKER, age 38 OH, a blacksmith;  Druzilla, age 36 OH;  Thomas, age 17 OH, a farmer;  Catherine, age 15 OH, a Domestic;  Peter, age 13 OH;  Mary, age 8 OH;  John, age 5 OH;  Daniel, age 3 OH, Sarah, age 5 months, OH.  [John's death record confirms mother's maiden name as HACKET.  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  John ZEDIKER, died 6 Mar 1927 at Mifflin Twp, Richland Co OH.  Widowed.  Born 24 Mar 1855, Richland Co OH.  Buried at Windsor.  Father Daniel ZEDIKER.  Mother Rosella HACKET.  Wife Sarah.]

[Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  Daniel Henry ZEDIKER, died 6 Dec 1885 at Lucas, Richland Co OH.  Born <1857> OH.  Laborer.  Married.]

[This might be Peter:    Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997: S. P. ZEDIKER died 20 Nov 1907 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH, age 60, born <1847>.  Carpenter.  Married.]

 


 
 

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