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Company E 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Last updated 21 Nov 2013

 Photo Credit:  Wm Sanders at Find a Grave

 
 

 Company E of the 120th OVI
Arranged alphabetically regardless of rank
Majority signed for 3 years.
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
and the Roll of Honor in the back of that volume.

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 Benjamin Eason [Eason resigned 15 Mar 1863; William McIlvain became Captain Co E 17 Feb 1863 and resigned 19 Jan 1864; Wesley Spear became Captain 11 Aug 1864]
Oct 14th to 31st, 1862 shows station of company, Covington Barracks, Kentucky
Record of events:  Company E Left camp Mansfield near Mansfield Ohio in the 120th Regt O.V.I. on the 25th day of October 1862.  came by Railroad via Columbus, Ohio to Cincinnati; from thence marched on the morning of the 26th of October to Covington Barracks, near Covington Kentucky.
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Nov and Dec, 1862 shows station of company, Battle Ground at Chickasaw Bluff near Vicksburg, Mississippi
Record of events: Company E left Covington Barracks, Kentucky Nov 21st 1862, together with the Regiment went aboard Steamboat Fort Wayne bound for Memphis, Tennessee.  Landed at Memphis Dec 7th 1862 and lay at Camp Oliver near Memphis til Dec 20th 1862 when the company left with the Regiment     went aboard Steamboat Key West No. 2, bound for Vicksburg Mississippi.    landed on the east bank of the Yazoo River about twelve (12) miles from its mouth - moved towards Vicksburg, was engaged in the Battles of the 28th and 29th of December 1862 at Chickasaw Bluffs, near Vicksburg and are now occupying a position on the Battlefield in front of the enemies lines.  
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Jan and Feb, 1863, shows station of company, Camp Young's Point, Louisiana
Record of events:  January 1st 1863 Company E, together with the 120th Regiment left its position on the Battle ground at Chickasaw Bluffs  -  went aboard steamboat Key West No 2 in Yazoo River    steamed down that river to the Mississippi, up the latter to the mouth of White River, up White River, and by way of the "cutoff."  into the Arkansas, up the Arkansas to Arkansas Post, and went into battle on the 11th day of January     supported one section of Capt Fosters First Wisconsin Battery during the fight.  Went into camp two days succeeding the Battle, then went aboard steamboat Jesse K Bell, steamed down the Arkansas to the Mississippi.  Down the latter to this station where the Company has encamped with the Regiment, since January 21, 1863.  
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April 10, 1863 shows station of company, Smith's Plantation, La.  
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March and April, 1863, station not stated.
Record of events:  Lay with the Regiment at Millikens Bend, La until April 2, 1863, when we marched to Richmond La. from Richmond to James' Plantation ; then to Perkins Plantation La. where we went aboard Transports on the Mississippi River on the 28th day of April 1863 and sailed? to Grand Gulf, where we witnessed the bombardment, but took no part.  April 30th marched to the Battlefield of "Thompsons Hill"
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May and June, 1863, shows station of company, Black River Bridge Miss.
Record of events:  May 1st was engaged in the Battle of Thompsons Hill Miss in which the Co. lost two men killed and one wounded.    Was in the Siege of Vicksburg from the 19th to the 24th of May since which time we have been at Black River Bridge.  
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July and Aug, 1863, shows station of company, Carrolton, La.
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Sept and Oct, 1863, shows station of company, New Iberia.
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Nov and Dec, 1863, shows station of Plaquemine, La.
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Jany and Feby, 1864, shows station of company, Plaquemine La.
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Mch and Apl, 1864, shows station of company, Baton Rouge La.
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May and June, 1864, shows station of company, Morganzia Bend La.
Record of events:  The company left Baton Rouge La on the steamer "City Belle" for Alexandria La May 1st 1864.  While proceeding up Red River on the 3rd day of May  -  was fired into by the enemy with artillery and musketry - resulting in the capture of the boat with all company books, rolls,etc.  Had one man killed and fourteen taken prisoners. One com. officer and twenty six men escaped, and arrived at Alexandria May 4th distance 30 miles.  May 12th was ordered to the front.  May 13th was deployed as skirmishers and covered the Retreat for five miles.  Marched day and night (nearly) and arrived at Morganzia's Bend La on the Miss, River - distance 100? miles - May 22nd 1864.  
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July and Aug 1864, shows station of company, Morganza La.
Record of events:  Company Left Morganza the morning of the 24th Aug 1864 on board the steamer Ohio Belle.  Arrived at Port Hudson the morning of the 24 Aug and disembarked.  Started the evening of the 24th on a scout in the direction of Clinton La.  There we arrived on the 25th of Aug a distance of 25 miles.  Left Clinton on the 26th of Aug for Port Hudson.  Arrived at Port Hudson the 28th Aug.  Embarked for Morganza and arrived there the evening of the 28 Aug 1864 without the loss of any men.
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Sept and Oct, 1864, shows station of company, Mouth White River Ark.
No muster out roll of Co.  
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[The 120th OVI merged into the 114th OH Inf on 27 Nov 1864.]     

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Alexander, Thomas M.   8 Sept 1862
Private Alexander was age 22 when he entered service.   He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Alternate name listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System records:  Thomas W. Alexander

Father: John ALEXANDER
Mother:  Mary Jane McKEE
Birth: 29 Nov 1839 OH
Marriage:  Mary A. BEARD on 13 Feb 1871 in Wayne Co OH
Death:   14 Oct 1897 at Jeromesville, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:   Jeromesville Cem, SR 89, Jeromesville, Mohican Twp, Ashland County OH.  
Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoPhoto Credits:  Bill Miller

John Alexander of Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH  is listed in the Federal Agriculture census of 1850 which was taken on 6 Sep 1850.  But I have not found the family in the US 1850 census.  

Pension Card:  Thomas M. ALEXANDER, Co E 120th OH Inf, Co F 48th OH Inf and Co H 114th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 15 Sep 1885, Application 549668, Certificate 345980 .  Widow Mary A. ALEXANDER filed in OH, 11 Nov 1897, Application 665332, Certificate 460054.  Thomas died 14 Oct 1897.

1860 census Plain township, Wayne county OH:  John ALEXANDER, age 50 born PA,  a farmer.  Mary Jane age 45 born PA;  Thomas M age 20 born OH;   Jane J age 18 OH; Sarah age 16 OH; William S age 14 OH; John H age 12OH; Albert age 10 OH; Calvin age 8 OH; Samuel age 5 OH.

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Thomas M. ALEXANDER married Mary A. BEARD on 13 Feb 1871 in Wayne Co OH.  

1880 Census Jeromesville, Mohican Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 129:  Thomas M. ALEXANDER, age 42; Mary A.,wife,  age 32 OH, father born OH, mother born Germany; Henry C., son,  age 6 OH; Elisabeth BEARD, mother in law, widow, age 60 Germany, parents born Germany.  [Interpretation by Ancestry.com of an impossible to read page.]  

1890 Special Veterans Census, Mohican Twp, Ashland Co OH, line 12.  Thomas M. ALEXANDER, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Chronic diarrhea and piles.  PO address Jeromesville, Ashland Co OH.  

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  Thomas ALEXANDER died 14 Oct 1897 at Jeromesville, Ashland Co OH, age 57, born abt 1840.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 29 Nov 1839.  Died 14 Oct 1897. Also transferred to Co F of the 48th OVI on 24 July 1865.  Burial Jeromesville Cem, SR 89, Jeromesville, Mohican Twp, Ashland County OH.  

Brother: Ohio, Deaths: J. H. ALEXANDER died 10 Dec 1916 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Married.  Salesman, born 22 Apr 1848 at Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Burial Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Father J. H. Alexander, born Juniata Co PA.  Mother Mary Jane McKee, born Juniata Co PA.  

Brother:  Ohio, Deaths:  Samuel P. ALEXANDER died 12 Aug 1939 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Address 454 W. Liberty St., Wooster.  Widowed.  Farmer.  Born 25 Aug 1856 in OH/  Burial Wooster Cem.  Father John ALEXANDER, born PA.  Mother Mary McKEE, born OH.  

Anderson, Samuel G.   20 Aug 1862      Alternate name Samuel J. Anderson
Corporal Anderson was age 25 when he entered service.  He was appointed 1 June 1863; transferred to Co. H 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.

Father:  Samuel ANDERSON [born Ireland] [One World Tree - died Marion, Hancock Co OH]
Mother:  Margaret SHORT [born PA] [One World Tree - died Montpelier, Blackford, IN]
Born: 29 July 1837 OH [One World Tree - Jefferson OH....had sister Martha born 1829 same co]
Marriage: Clarinda J. KISTLER on 28 Jul 1870 at Hancock Co, OH.
Death:  5 Feb 1908, Jackson Twp, Wood Co OH
Cemetery:  1Old Maplewood Cemetery, North Baltimore, Wood Co OH
2McComb Union Cemetery, McComb, Hancock Co OH, born  29 July 1837, died 5 Feb 1908.

Samuel Anderson stone Wood County OH
 This photo of the military stone with Co F, 48th inscription is located
at Old Maplewood Cemetery, North Baltimore, Wood Co OH.
Photo Credit: Bobby R. Castle [BRC] at Find a Grave.

Samuel Anderson stone Hancock County OH

This photo of S J Anderson stone, with the 120th and the 48th inscription, is located
at McComb Union Cemetery, McComb, Hancock Co OH
Photo Credit: Kris Kreh Martin at Find a Grave.

Pension Card:  Samuel I. or J. ANDERSON, Co E 120th OH Inf, Co F 48th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 22 June 1876, Application 221422, Certificate 303590.  Widow, Clarinda J ANDERSON filed 25 Feb 1908, Application 885947, Certificate 655355, filed in OH.   This soldier is buried at Old Maplewood Cem, North Baltimore, Wood Co OH.  His stone says Co F, 48th OH Inf.   One card at Fold3 said he died 1908.

1870 Census, Marion, Hancock Co OH, post office Findlay, Dwelling 125, Family 125: Joseph ANSBANGER, age 65 PA; Margarett ANSBANGER/AUSBANGER, age 62 PA; Samuel ANDERSON, age 31 OH, labors on farm.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Samuel J. ANDERSON married Clarinda J. KISTLER on 28 Jul 1870 at Hancock Co, OH.

1880 Census, Portage, Wood Co OH, Dwelling 263, Family 265:  S. J. ANDERSON, age 42 OH, farmer, father born Ireland, mother born PA; C. J. , wife, age 29 OH, parents born OH; Sarah M, daughter, age 9 OH; Clarinda, age 6 OH; Ethel, age 4 OH; Samuel B, son, age 1 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule, 1ST page, Jackson, Wood Co OH: line 1 and 2: House 20, Family 20 and 21; Samuel G. ANDERSON, Corporal.  Co H 114th OVI, Co F 48 OVI, discharged 14 Oct 1865.  No comments on post office or disability.
1890 Veterans Schedule, Page 1, Jackson, Wood Co OH, line 5, House 20, Family 20, Samuel J ANDERSON, corporal Co E 120 OH Inf. until Nov 1864, post office Hoytville, OH, no comments on disabilty.  

1900 Census, Jackson Twp, Wood Co OH, Dwelling 82, Family 82:  Samuel J. ANDERSON, age 62 OH, born July 1837, married 30 yrs, father born Ireland, mother born PA, farmer; Clarinda, wife, age 49 OH, born Dec 1850, married 30 yrs, 10 children/7 still living, parents born OH; Jennie, daughter, age 26 OH, single, born Sept 1873; Nettie or Mettie, daughter, age 15 OH, single, born Apr 1885; Bessie M, daughter, age 8 OH, born Oct 1891; [next page] Grover C, son, age 7 OH, born Nov 1892; Marion S, son, age 8 OH, born Oct 1896; ?Dee N or M KLINE, grandson, age 8, born Aug 1896.  

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  S. J. ANDERSON died at Jackson Twp,Wood Co OH on 5 Feb 1908.  Age 70.  Farmer.  Born abt 1838.  White.  Married.
 
Wife, Ohio, Deaths:  Clarinda Jane ANDERSON died 17 Feb 1931 at Hoytville Jackson Twp, Wood Co OH.  Age 80y 2m.  Widow.  Born 18 Dec 1850 at Findlay OH.  Father Benjamin KISTLER born Picqua OH.  Mother Sara SEARFOSS, born Picqua, OH.  Spouse Samuel J. ANDERSON.  Informant Grover ANDERSON of Hoytville OH.  Burial place not given.  

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This Samuel Anderson had to have been in another regiment, not the 120th OVI.  There is a stone in Wooster Cemetery with his name and the 120th OVI inscription, but this Samuel Anderson did not die until 1918 and his wife's name was Emma and not Clarinda as is listed in the pension index for the soldier.  I do not know in which regiment this Samuel G. Anderson was a member.  But the government sent him a stone with the 120th on it.
This Samuel may have been the Private in the 186th and Co A, 188th OH.  That one also has the middle initial G.  Perhaps the mistake was made when the regiment was looked up for the stone.  
Headstone paper work

Father:  John ANDERSON
Mother:  Elizabeth MOORE
Birth: 25 Nov 1840 OH          
Marriage:  Emma SIDLE on 20 Feb 1879 in Wayne County OH   
Death:   18 Sep 1918 Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:    Wooster Cem, Wayne Co OH, section 19, grave 1
Cemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

 

 

1860 Census, Green Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 57:  John ANDERSON, age 43 PA, laborer; Elizabeth, age 34 OH; Samuel, age 19 OH; Peter, age 15 OH; Sarah, age 13 OH; Joseph [male], age 10 OH; Ann, age 5 OH; Mary, age 3OH; John, age 2 OH; George, age 6 OH.  

Civil War Draft Registrations Records: Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH, June 1863: Samuel ANDERSON, age 21, white, laborer, single, born OH, no former military service.  

1870 Census, Clinton Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 110:  Eliz ANDERSON, age 49 OH; Samuel, age 29 OH, farmer; Peter, age 26 OH, day laborer; Sarah, age 18 OH, without occupation; Josephine, age 21 OH, day laborer; Ella, age 13 OH; Wm, age 8 OH; E. T. or F. [female], age 4 OH.  

Wayne County Probate Court index:  Samuel ANDERSON married Emma SIDLE on 20 Feb 1879 in Wayne County OH.

1880 Census, Millbrook, Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 270:  Sam'l ANDERSON, age 40 OH, farm labor, father born PA, mother born OH;  Emily, wife, age 23 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; John L, son, age 9 months born Aug, parents born OH.  

not in 1890 Veterans Schedule in Wayne Co OH.

1900 Census Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 44:  Samuel ANDERSON, age 60 OH, born Nov 1839, married 21 yrs, farm laborer, parents born PA; Emma, wife, age 40 OH, born Oct 1859, married 21 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, parents born PA; Mary, daughter, age 17 OH, born Sep 1882, single, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, North Grant St, Wooster, Wayne County, OH, page 129:  Samuel ANDERSON, age 73 OH, first marriage, married 32 yrs, no occupation, father born PA, mother born OH; Emma, wife, age 51 OH, first marriage, married 32 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, father born PA, mother born OH.  [Living in same dwelling are Jerome and Julia CLARK and their two children Ruth and Paul.  Are they related to Samuel and Emma?]

Grave Registrations book: Samuel Anderson is buried in Blachleyville cemetery, Plain Twp, Wayne co OH or Wooster Cemetery, Wooster OH.  Died 20 [wrong] Sep 1918. Civil War, Co E 120th OVI at Wooster Cem.  [Note: Wooster Daily Republican, 19 Sep 1918, page 5.....died 18 Sep 1918]

Ohio Online Death Certificate Index:  Samuel G. ANDERSON died 18 Sep 1918 in Wayne County OH.  

Death record in Ohio:  File #57134, Samuel ANDERSON, died 18 Sep 1918 at Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Born 25 Nov 1840.  Born Franklin Twp.  Father John ANDERSON, born PA.  Mother Elizabeth MOORE, born Franklin Twp.  Burial Wooster Cemetery.  

Angus, Samuel*   17 Oct 1862
Private Angus was age 32 when he entered service.  He died 28 Apr 1863 near Grand Gulf, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1830>
Marriage:  Barbara ???? born <1838>
Death:   28 Apr 1863 near Grand Gulf, MS
Cemetery:   Vicksburg National Cemetery [not listed]

Pension Index:  Samuel ANGUS, E 120th OH Inf.      Widow Barbara Angus applied for pension 19 Aug 1863, Application 30.546, Certificate 47.372 .  No state was given.  

Not on U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

?Ohio Marriages:  Samuel ANGUS married Barbara N. HEISMAN, 15 Aug 1857, Allen County OH.  

1860 census Eagle township, Hancock county OH:  Samuel ANGUS age 28 born in PA, ?laborer?;  Barbara age 22 born in Germany; John Master age 5, born OH;  Catharine ANGUS age 2 born OH.  

History of Hancock County, Ohio, by Jacob A Spaythe, 1903:   lists Samuel ANGUS, Co E 120th OVI, private, died 28 Apr 1863, buried Vicksburg, MS, died at Grand Gulf, MS.  He is the only one they list in the 120th OVI from Hancock County OH.  

Benhizer [BENSINGER], Edward   26 Jan 1864           Edward BENSINGER
Private Benhizer was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  
Father: William BENSINGER
Mother:  Mary Ellen HANNAH
Birth:    12 Oct 1845 PA
Marriage:  Mary HARVEY, 6 Oct 1867 at Elba, Gratiot Co MI
Death:   5 Nov 1928 at Ionia MI
Cemetery:    Highland Park Cem, Ionia, Ionia Co, MI, vet flag
Information and newclippings at Find a Grave.
Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo Credits:  Keith Bailey

The spelling at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System is Edward BENSINGER.  
Pension Card:  Edward BENSINGER, Co E 120th OH Inf, Co B 48th OH Inf, Co H 114th OH Inf., and B 87th OH Inf.   Invalid pension 15 Jan 1878, Application 246952; Certificate 292912.  No widows pension.  Died 5 Nov 1928 at Ionia MI.  

1850 Census, have not found.  

parents1860 Census, Ganges Twp, Allegan MI, William BENSINGER, age 40 PA, carpenter and?joiner; Mary, age 29 PA; Roseanna, age 7 OH; Joel, age 3 OH; Israel, age 2 OH; Israel, age 25 OH, farmer.  

1860 Census, Hanover Twp, Loudonville, Ashland Co OH:
grandparentsDwelling 58, Family 58:  Moses BENSINGER, age 72 PA, laborer; Catharine, age 60 PA; Edward, age 12 PA; Amanda STROUP, age 7 PA.
Dwelling 59, Family 59:  John BENSINGER, age 35 PA, carpenter; Catharine, age 13 PA; Elizabeth, age 11 PA; David, age 9 PA.  
Dwelling 57, Family 57:  Moses J. BENSINGER, age 27 PA, cooper; Polly N., age 25 OH; Amanda, age 7 OH; Allen, age 5 OH; Mary, age 3 OH.

1867 ...  Edward's marriage:  Edward BENSINGER, born 1846, Schuylkill PA, age 21 married Mary born 1850, age 17,  in Wayne Co MI.  Married 6 Oct 1867 at Elba, Gratiot Co MI.  

1870 Census, Fairfield, Shiawassee, MI, Dwelling 39, Family 36:  Edward BENSINGER, age 23 PA, farm laborer; Mary, age 18 MI; William, age 11 months MI.    

1880 Census, Elba, Gratiot, MI, Dwelling 222, Family 230:  Edward BENSINGER, age 33 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 29 MI, parents born MA; William, son, age 10 MI; Burton, son,  age 8MI; James G., son, age 6 PA; Carrie E., daughter, age 5 MI.    

1890 Special Veterans Census, Elba Twp, Gratiot Co MI, line 4:  Edward BENSINGER, pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf.  PO Bannister, MI.  Disability: shot in foot.  

1900 Census, Elba, Gratiot Co MI, Dwellin 424, Family 434:  Edward BENSINGER, age 53 PA, born Oct 1846, parents born PA, farmer, married 33 yrs; Mary O, wife, born Nov 1851, age 48 MI, married 33 yrs, 5 children/5 still living; father born NY, mother born unknown; Carrie E, daughter, single, age 25 MI, born Dec 1874; Glen E., son, age 12 MI, born Sep 1887.

1910 Census, 638 Washington St, Ionia Ward 4, Ionia Co MI, Dwelling 266, Family 281:  Edward BENSINGER, age 64 PA, first marriage, married 43 yrs, father born Vermont, mother born PA, retired farmer with own income; Mary, wife, age 55 MI, first marriage, married 43 yrs, parents born VT.  

1920 Census, Ionia Ward 4, Ionia Co MI, 638 Washington St, Dwelling 216, Family 227:  Edward BENSINGER, age 74 PA, parents born PA, no occupation:  Mary O., wife, age 69 MI, father born VT, mother born USA.  [Mary O., born 1850, died 28 Jan 1925.  

Son's marriage record:  James G. BENSINGER, born 1873 MI, parents Edward BENSINGER and Mary HARVEY.  Married Loretta PRICE, born 1878 MI, daughter of James PRICE.    Married 10 Nov 1895 at Elba, Gratiot Co MI.  

 Children mentioned in obituary:  William B, Edward, James, and Caroline [Westover]

Berry, William C.   15 Aug 1862                 William Clark BERRY
Corporal Berry was age 29 when he entered service.  He was discharged 16 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1833> OH?
Marriage:  Martha Ann WARNER or WARREN on 29 Oct 1857, in Wayne Co OH, died 1899
Death:   29 July 1895
Cemetery:    Wife, 1899, and children buried at Congress Cem, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Listed as wife of Clark M. Berry.
Relationship:  Is William Clark related to Henry BERRY of Co F 120th OVI?

Pension Index:  William C BERRY, E 120th OH Inf.   Widow Martha A. Berry is in the pension index for William C Berry of Company E 120th. She applied in Ohio on 5 Aug 1895, Application 618.734, Certificate 464.755.  Pension Card:  William died 29 July 1895.  Invalid applied 7 July 1863, Application # can't read, Certificate 20100 .

Not on Government Headstones lists.

1850 Census, have not found.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Wm. BARREY married Martha Ann WARNER on 29 Oct 1857, in Wayne Co OH.  Maiden name could be WARREN.
 
1860 census Congress Township, Wayne county OH:  Wm C BERRY age 28 born PA, day laborer;  Martha A age 26 born OH; Wm W age 2 born OH; John R age one month, born OH.  

Civil War Draft Registrations Records:  June 1863: William C. Berry, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, age 29, white, saddler, married, born OH, former service in 120th OVI.  

Wife's tombstone also lists son Charles W. 1868 - 1869.  Child Henry 1862 - 1875.  Child Maud A. 1871 - 1889.  

1870 census Congress Township, Wayne county OH:  Clark BERRY age 38 born OH, a shoemaker; Martha age 35 born OH; William age 12 born OH; John age 10 born OH; Henry age 8 born OH; Rosa age 6 born OH.

Ohio, Births and Christenings:  Maud A. BERRY, born 20 Nov 1871, Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Father Clark BERRY.  Mother M. WARREN.  

1880 Census Congress Village, Congress Twp, Wayne, OH, page 150 :  William C BERRY, age 49 OH, boot-harness maker, parents birthplace not listed; Martha A, wife, age 46 OH, father born OH, mother born PA; William W, son, age 22 OH; John R, son, age 22 OH; Rosa M, daughter, age 16 OH; Maud A, daughter, age 8 OH.  

Didn't find on 1890 special veterans schedule.  Martha died in 1899.

 

Bixler, Emanuel H.   22 Aug 1862
Private Bixler was age 21 when he entered service.  He was promoted to Q. M. Sergeant 17 Apr 1863.  See also Field and Staff
Father: Henry BIXLER
Mother:  Elizabeth ????
Birth: May 1841, Ohio
Marriage:  Claudia J. HEARIN in Clarke county, AL, 28 Jul 1872
Death:   23 Oct 1914 at Mobile, AL
Cemetery:   Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile, Mobile Co AL, plot Sq 28
Cemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Tim Childree

Pension Index:   Emanuel H BIXLER,  E 120th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1906 Dec 6, Application 1.354.588; Certificate 1131.121, filed from Alabama.  Widow Claudia T. Bixler applied for widow's pension in Alabama on 17 Mar 1915, Application 1.043.627; Certificate 789,446, filed from Alabama.  Pension Card:  R.Q.M. 120th OH Inf.  Emanuel died 23 Oct 1914 at Mobile, AL.  

Emanuel's father ???:  There was a Henry BIXLER born 1814 Baltimore, MD.  Died 27 Dec 1882 in Wooster, Wayne, OH.  A rope maker.  White.  Married.  Listed at Family Search Labs.  [????Ohio Marriages:  Henry BIXLER married Elizabeth ANDERSON, 29 Mar 1832, Wayne Co OH.]

No Emanuel H. 1850 Census, Wooster, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 27, Family 27:  Henry BIXLER the rope maker is listed as age 30 born in MD.  He is living with the Samuel Weaber family, but Henry is listed at the head of household position.  Samuel is also a rope maker.  

????Products of Industry in Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH, US Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880:  Henry BIXLER, rope maker, types: seagrass, hemp, oyster.  Hand made.
No Emanuel H.  1860 Census, Wooster, Wayne Co OH, West of North Market and north of West Liberty St, Dwelling 143, Family 154: Henry BIXLER, age 44 MD, rope maker; Elizabeth, age 34 PA, Henry, age 5 OH; Ida, age 2 OH.  [Good copy at Heritage Quest.]  [They are still in Wooster in 1870 with two more sons named Darlington and Charles.] [Ohio, Deaths and Burials: Henry Bixler died 27 Dec 1882 at Wooster, Wayne OH.  Born 1814 at Baltimore, MD. Age 68.    Rope maker.  Married.  White.  ]


1870 census Gasport P.O., Clarke county, AL, page 101:  E. H. BIXLER age 29 born MO, white, does not appear to be married, a sawyer.  He has others living with him in the household, but no other BIXLERs.  
On the same page:  Isabella McALPIN, age 37 AL; Claudine HEARRIN, age 19 AL; Lemuel Hearrin, age 16 AL; Lavinia HEARIN [marked M for mixed race], age 28 AL, domestic; Beulah [marked M], age 9 AL; Lucy [marked B for black], age 6 AL; Minnie [marked M], age 4 AL; Iola [marked M], age 2 AL.

Family Search has a submitter who says that Emanuel married Claudia J. HEARIN in Clarke county, AL, 28 Jul 1872.

1880 Census, Gosport, Clarke County, AL, page 341:  Difficult to read and is listed as Emanuel H Baxter at Heritage Quest:  Emanuel BIXLER, age 34? OH, merchant, father born MD, mother born ??; Claudia, wife, age 25? AL, parents born AL; Virginia, daughter, age 4 AL, father born OH, mother born AL; Lemuel H, son, 3 months AL, father born OH, mother born AL.  

This one makes no sense, but I am including it because I think it is Emanuel and his wife. Could they have been in the process of moving to Mobile?  See the census records below.
1900 census Mobile, Mobile county, AL, page 311: Emanuel BIXLER, age 28 born Dec 1871 in Alabama, no occupation given; Claudie his wife, age 59 born June 1840 in New York.  It says unknown for both for the number of years married, and it says 0 children for Claudie. Claudie's occupation is listed as Merchandise.  [My guess:  There was a lodger living with them, named Lizzie Berden, who may have given wrong information.]

1900 Census, Gosport, Clarke County, AL, page 97:  Isabella McALPIN?, age 67 AL, born Oct 1832, widow, 2 children/1 still living; father born NC, mother born SC, farmer; Claudia F? BIXLER, daughter, age 48 AL, born June? 1851, married 25 yrs, 4 children/3 still living, parents born AL; Lemuel H, grandson, age 20 AL, single, born Feb 1880, father born OH, mother born AL, dry good clerk; Emanuel H, grandson, age 18 AL, single, born Jan1882, dry good clerk, father born OH, mother born AL;  Emanuel H, son-in-law, age 59 OH, born May 1841, married 25 yrs, father born MD, mother born VA, dry good merchant.  

1910 Census Mobile 4th Ward, Mobile County, AL, page 119:  Emanuel H BIXLER, age 68 first marriage, married 37 years, born OH, parents born MD, has own income; Claudia age 58 born AL, first marriage, married 37  years, 4 children/2 still living, parents born AL; Virginia B. SAWYER, daughter, age 34 born AL, married 11 years, one child/ one still living, father born OH, mother born AL; granddaughter Virginia SAWYER, granddaughter, age 9, born NC, father born NC, mother born AL; son Emanuel H. BIXLER Jr., son, age 28 born AL, single, President in Real Estate, father born OH, mother born AL.  There are also servants living there. [Column 30 indicates UA for service in the Union Army for Emanuel Sr.]

Emanuel's death record, Family Search Labs Alabama Deaths:  Emanuel H. BIXLAR died 23 Oct 1914 at Mobile, Mobile Co AL.  White male.  Age 73 yrs.  Born <1841> in Ohio.  Married.  Father Henry BIXLER born OH.  Mother Elizabeth, born MD.  Occupation real estate broker. Cemetery M. C. [Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile, Mobile Co AL, plot Sq 28]            

Wife's death:  Claudia Ida BIXLER died 25 Jun 1923 at Mobile, Mobile Co AL.  Age 72 yrs, 22 dys.  Born ca 1851.  Spouse Emanuel H. BIXLER.  Father Robert L. HEARIN.  Mother Isabella V. HARRIS.  

Daughter's death record, Alabama Deaths:  Virginia Bixler SAWYER died 5 Oct 1956, Mobile, Mobile Co Al, age 80, born <1876>.  Father Emanuel H. BIXLER.   Mother Belle V. HEARIN.  

Son's death record, Alabama Deaths:  Emanuel Hezekiah BIXLER died 15 Apr 1954, Mobile, Mobile Co AL.  Age 72.  Born <1882>.

Son Lemuel, born 10 Feb 1880, died 13 June 1905.  [Cemetery stone]

Bonewitz, Esli S.   15 Aug 1862
Corporal Esli Bonewitz was age 29 when he entered service.  He was appointed 26 Jan 1863; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: Solomon BONEWITZ
Mother:  Mary STECHER [Family Tree at ancestry.com]
Birth: 2 Oct 1832 OH
Marriage:  Mary Elesabeth CHACEY on 19 Apr 1855 in Wayne County, OH
Death:  8 Sep 1907
Cemetery:   Oaklawn Cem, North Manchester, Wabash Co IN
Relationship:  Brother of John J. BONEWITZ of Co E, 120th OVI
Esli Bonewitz grave, Wabash Co INPhoto Credit: WMcLain at Ancestry.com

Pension Card:  Esli S. BONEWITZ, Co E 120th OH Inf., Co H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 23 March 1885, Application 535517; Certificate 436142.  Esli died 8 Sep 1907.  

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 317:  Soloman BONEWITZ, age 52 VA, farmer; Mary, age 44 PA; Mary, age 20 OH; Esli, age 17 OH, farmer [he is listed as female, but I believe this is actually the soldier]; Rebecca, age 13 OH; William A, age 11 OH; John J, age 6 OH [see soldier below]; Margaret S, age 3 OH; Lewis W, age one month, OH.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Esli A BONEWITS married Mary Elesabeth CHACEY on 19 Apr 1855 in Wayne County, OH.  

1860 Census, Congress, Wayne County, OH, page 344:  Esley S BONEWITZ, age 27 PA, farm laborer; Elizabeth, age 25 PA; Mary S, age 2 PA.  

1870 census Congress township, Wayne county, OH:  Eshly BONWITZ age 36 born OH, a farmer; Mary E. age 33 OH; Mary age 12 OH; Alburtis [male] age 10; Louis age 21  OH; Shepard age 13 OH.  [could the last two be brothers of Eshly?]

1880 census North Manchester, Wabash county, Indiana:  Esli BONEWITZ age 48 born OH, a butcher, parents born PA; Mary E, wife, age 45 born OH; Alburtus, son, age 18 born OH; Lewis F. age 10 OH; Chester W is listed as "other",  age 4 born IN .

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Mrs. E. S. BONEWITZ died 29 Jul 1895........recorded in Deaths Mentioned In The P. H. Bolinger Diary 1881 -1899 at the North Manchester Library.  [online at http://www.ingenweb.org/inwabash/bolinger.html ]

1900 census Chester township, Wabash county, Indiana:  Esli BONEWITZ, age 67, born Oct 1832 in OH, parents born OH, widowed, day laborer, living alone.

 

Bonewitz, John J.   26 Jan 1864                 John Jefferson BONEWITZ
Private Bonewitz was age 19 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: Solomon BONEWITZ
Mother:  Mary STECHER [Family Tree at ancestry.com]
Birth: 6 JUL 1844 OH [Ancestry.com]
Marriage:  1 Cordelia HUBLER, 30 Sep 1869 in Allen County IN
2 Elizabeth Alice McGIMPSEY, 28 Dec 1882, Topeka, KS
Death:   5 May 1899, Topeka, KS [Ancestry.com]
Cemetery:   Rochester Cem, Topeka, Shawnee Co, KS
Relationship:  Brother of Esli S. BONEWITZ, Co E 120th OVI.  
Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Steve Rowe at Find a Grave

Did not find in Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865

Pension Card:  John J. BONEWITZ, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Co D 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 5 Jan 1886, Application 558209; Certificate 455878.  Widow, Alice E. BONEWITZ, applied 5 July 1899, Application 701387; Certificate 491379  and Minor guardian, Alice E VanFluite???  also applied 3 Aug 1903, Application ?782147 [unclear]; Certificate 563740.  John died 5 May 1899.  [Note:  John's second wife was Elizabeth Alice McGIMPSEY on 28 Dec 1882 in Topeka KS.  They had children Arthur, Mable and Iva.]  Alice must have remarried.

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 317:  Soloman BONEWITZ, age 52 VA, farmer; Mary, age 44 PA; Mary, age 20 OH; Esli, age 17 OH, farmer [he is listed as female, but I believe this is actually the soldier...see soldier above]; Rebecca, age 13 OH; William A, age 11 OH; John J, age 6 OH; Margaret S, age 3 OH; Lewis W, age one month, OH.  

1860 census Congress township, Wayne county, OH:  Soloman BONEWITZ, age 62 born VA,  farmer; Mary age 56 born PA ; John J age 15 born OH; Margaret age 13 OH; Lewis age 9 OH.

Contributors at Family Search says John Jefferson BONEWITZ [born 1844 in Congress Twp, Wayne county, OH]  married Cordelia HUBLER OR HUFFLER on 30 Sep 1869 in Allen County IN.  It says he probably died in Kansas.  Parents Soloman and Mary [STECHER] BONEWITZ.  

In 1870 census I found John J listed right next to Soloman [73] and Mary [65] [see 1860 census] in Adams Twp, Allen Co, IN, page 172:  
John J BONEWITZ age 26 born OH, a farmer;  Cardilla J. age 18 born IN.  No children listed.

1880 Census, Marion, Allen Co IN, Dwelling 18, Family 19:  John J. BONEWITZE, age 34 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Cordila J., wife, age 28 IN, parents born OH; Cortes, son, age 8 IN, parents born OH.  \

Cordella died in January 1881 and was buried at Antioch Lutheran Cem, Allen Co IN. Find a Grave

John married Elizabeth Alice McGIMPSEY, 28 Dec 1882, Topeka, KS. [Ancestry.com]

1900 Censusi, 1312 Van Buren St, Topeka, Shawnee Co KS, Dwelling 252, Family 252:  Elizabeth BONEWITZ age 37 IN, widow, born Sep 1862, 3 chilren/3 still living, parents born NY; Louis, son, age 16 KS, born Oct 1883, father born OH, mother born IN; Mabel, daughter, age 14 KS, born Feb 1886, father born Oh, mother born IN; Ida, daughter, age 12 KS, born Apr 1888,father born OH, mother born IN.

 

Boor, Elijah   15 Aug 1862
Private Boor was age 24 when he entered service.  He was wounded 1 May 1863 in the battle of Thompson's Hill, Mississippi; transferred to 105th Co., 2d Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps, 15 Feb 1864; mustered out 16 Oct 1865 at Philadelphia, PA.  
Father: Henry BOOR
Mother:  Mary [Sera Mehl] SNYDER
Birth:   12 Dec 1836 OH
Marriage:  Francis Sarah SKIDMORE on 14 Jun 1869 in Philadelphia
Death:   6 Aug 1920 at Santa Paula, CA
Cemetery:   Santa Paula Cemetery [Pierce Brothers Santa Paula Cemetery] Ventura Co CA.  805-525-5258
There is supposed to be an obituary for Elijah BOOR in the Ventura Daily Post and Democrat, on 7 Aug 1920. Contact the Foster Library in Ventura.  
Elijah Boor, Company E, 120th OVIPhoto with permission of ktross_1 at Ancestry.com .

Pension Index:   Elijah BOOR, E 120th and 105th Co  2nd Battalion VRC.    Invalid filed 13 Mar 1880, Application 351250; Certificate 224747.  His wife Francis Sarah Boor applied for a widow's pension in California 7 Sep 1920, Application 1163239; Certificate 905117.  Another Pension Card:  Elijah died 6 Aug 1920 at Santa Paula, CA.

US Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933: Francis S. BOOR, army widow of Elijah, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf and 105 Co 2 Battalion Veterans Reserve Corps, died 29 Oct 1925.  Certificate 905117.  

Family Search says Elijah's parents were Henry and Mary or Sera Mehl [SNIDER] BOOR.  He married Frances Sarah SKIDMORE on 14 Jun 1869 in Philadelphia.  He was born 12 Dec 1836 and died 6 Aug 1920.

There was a Henry BOOR living in Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH in 1840.

1850 Census, Plain, Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 359:  Henry BOOR, age 50 PA, laborer; Mary, age 40 PA; Emmanuel, age 18 PA; Eliza, age 17 PA; Elijah, age 13 OH; Henry, age 11 OH; John, age 9 OH.

Haven't found this family or Elijah in 1860.

1870 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 34, Family 33:  Henry BOOR, age 70 PA, day laborer; Mary, age 66 PA.]

Wooster Republican 28 May 1863: Casualties in the 120th Ohio:  Elijah Boor, wounded in left shoulder.

1870 Census, Union Twp, Daviess County, MO, page 399:  Elijah BOOR, age 30 OH, farmer; Sarah, age 28 England; Louisa, age 6 OH; Charles C, age 2 IN; W. H. [male] age 11 months MO, born in August.  [These children are all listed as living with Henry and Sarah BOOR in 1880 Monroe Twp, Daviess Co MO, Dwelling 112, Family 116, Mary age 16 OH, daughter; Charles, son, age 12 IN; William, age 10 MO, son.  So Elijah and Sarah BOOR are taking care of two of the children of Henry and Sarah BOOR.

Henry BOOR buried in Whitt Cemetery, Daviess Co MO, born 20 Dec 1838, died 13 July 1913.  Could this be Elijah's brother?  Wife of Henry, Sarah, died 11 Aug 1883, buried in same cemetery.

Daughter Emma born in MO <1871>

Daughter Lillie born in CA <1873>.

Daughter Carrie born in CA <1875>.

Daughter Edith born in CA <1877>.

Elija BOOR was in the "California, Great Registers, 1866-1910" on 16 Apr 1879 at Santa Paula Precinct, Ventura Co CA, age 42, born OH.  

1880 Census, Saticoy Twp, Ventura, CA, page 243: Elijah BOOR, age 43 OH, teacher, parents born PA; Sallie, wife, age 40 England, parents born England; Emma, daughter, age 9 MO; Lillie, daughter, age 7 CA; Carrie, daughter, age 5 CA; Edith, daughter, age 3 CA; Fannie, daughter, age 1 CA.  

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  He would have been in California.  

1900 census is only partly readable;  Santa Paula Township, Ventura County, CA:  Elijah BOOR age 64 born Dec 1836 in OH, married 31 years, farmer, parents born PA; Frances wife, born Apr 1840 in England, age 60, married 31 years, 7 children 7 still living, parents born England; M. Emma, daughter, age 29 MO, born Nov 1870 in MO; Carrie A., daughter, age 25 CA, born Jun? 1875, single; Edith R, daughter, age 23 CA, born Feb 1877, single; Fanny, daughter, age 21 CA, born Nov 1878, single, William A, son, age 18 CA, born Dec 1881, single, Raymond W., son, age 14 CA, born Oct 1885?, single.  

1910 Census, Santa Paula City, Santa Paula Twp, Ventura County, CA, page 138: Elijah, age 73 OH, first marriage, married 41 yrs, parents born PA, general farm operator; Francis S, wife, age 68 England, first marriage, married 41 yrs, 7 children/4 still living, parents born England; Edith R, daughter, age 33 CA, single, father born OH, mother born England; Fannie E, daughter, age 31 CA, single, father born OH, mother born England; Ray W, son, age 23 CA, single, father born OH, mother born England, electric company collector; Wallace R ???ELL, grandson, age 6 CA, father born PA, mother born CA.  [Note:  Column 30 is marked UA for military service for Elijah.]

1920 Census, N. 9th St, Santa Paula city, Santa Paula Twp, Ventura County, CA, page 190:  Elijah BOOR, age 83 OH, parents born PA, no occupation; Frances S, wife, age 79, came to US in 1850; Gertrude J. MAGIE, granddaughter, age 23 CA, single, father born IN, mother born CA, grammar school teacher.  

Brother's death record:  Emmanuel BOOR died 19 Apr 1919, Orrville, Wayne Co OH.  Age 87 y, 3m, 6d.  Retired.  Widowed.  Bon 13 Jan 1832. Burial Wooster Cem.  Father Henry BOOR, born PA.  Mother Mary SNYDER, born PA.  

Bott, Simon M.   15 Aug 1862
Private Bott was age 29 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 5 June 1865 at New Orleans, LA, by order of War Dept.  
Father: Henry BOTT
Mother: Martha MUSSELMAN 
Birth: 27 Mar 1833, Lancaster PA
Marriage:  Leah FEIGHTNER, Wayne Co OH
Death:   27 Jan 1892
Cemetery:   Mt Zion Cem, Milton Twp, Wayne Co OH
Stone Photo Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

 Pension index:  Simon M BOTT, H 114th and E 120th OH Inf.    Simon had applied for invalid pension in 1876 May 22, Application 219640; Certificate 165424.   Widow Leah Bott applied for pension [service in Co. E 120th and in H of the 114th] in Ohio 28 Dec 1892, Application 567338; Certificate 380938.  

 

1850 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 210:  Henry BUTT, age 48 PA, farmer; Barbara, age 28 Germany; Simon, age 17 PA; Davis, age 14 PA; Barbara, age 11 OH; Susanna, age 8 OH; Henry, age 5 OH; Mary Ann, age 1 OH.  

Ohio Marriages:  Simon BOTT [listed as BUTT] married Leah FEIGHTNER, 5 Feb 1857, Wayne Co OH.  

1860 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 252, Family265:  Misread for the index as Simon BULL:  Simon BOTT, age 27 PA, farmer; Leaha, age 24 OH; Amanda, age 2 OH.  

1870 Census, Jennings Twp, Van Wert Co OH, Dwelling 113, Family 113:  Simon M. BOTT, age 36 PA, farmer; Leah, age 33 OH; Amanda, age 12 OH; Clara E, age 10 OH.  

1880 Census, Jennings Twp, Van Wert County, OH, page 501:  Simon M BOTT, age 47 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Laah, age 44 OH, wife, parents born PA; Amanda M, daughter, age 22 OH; Jane, daughter, age 9 OH.  

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.
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Hardesty's Wayne = Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia. [Wayne County version] published in 1885
page 508, Canaan township section:  
Simon M. Bott enlisted in Plain township, Wayne County, Ohio, August 15, 1862, in
Company E, 120th Ohio volunteer Infantry.  Under Sherman he took part in the battle of Chickasaw Bayou.  There are but five entrances to the land in the chain of bayous on this bank of the river, and these were in possession of the enemy, and so strongly fortified that when our troops attempted a landing they were swept by such a fire and cross fire that advance was impossible.  Falling down the river with the troops on crowded transports, with poor and scanty provisions and miserable water, disease proved as formidable a foe to our soldiers as the confederate army in their well fortified position.  Mr. Bott also bore a part in the battles of Arkansas Post, Thompsons Hill, Port Gibson, Champion Hills, Black River Bridge, siege of Vicksburg, siege of Jackson, Brandon.  He was on the City Belle during the Red River expedition when it fell into the hands of the foe and was burned.  Mr. Bott was one of the men who shoved out the plank for the men to go ashore on.  At this time he lost everything except courage.  His health failed, and he was sent to the hospital at New Orleans, from which place he was sent home on sick furlough, September 28, 1864.  In December he again joined the regiment, but in February was again an inmate of the hospital, where he remained until transferred to the marine hospital in May, and from which place his discharge was granted, June 5, 1865.  While in service he was frequently detailed to the pioneer corps, to build foot bridges, and on provost guard duty.  He is a member of Authur Strong Post, No. 170, G.A.R.  In Lancaster, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1833, was born Simon M. son of Henry Bott, M.D. and Martha (Musselman) Bott.  In Wayne county, by Rev. John E. Carson, a Presbyterian clergyman, Simon M. Bott and Leah Feightner were made husband and wife.  Mrs. Bott is the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Wolf) Feightner, and was born in Wayne county, Ohio, June 2, 1836.  Three children were born:  Amanda Ann, November 17, 1857, now residing at Delphos, Allen county, Ohio; Clare E., July 20,. 1860, now deceased, her death occurring April 28, 1881, and Rosa Jane, November 20, 1870.  Mr. Bott is employed as a wagon maker at Creston, Ohio.  
 
There is a Civil War soldier Bott, Simon, no dates given, buried at Mt. Zion cemetery, Milton township, Wayne county OH.  
The Graves Registration gives his address at his death as Apple Creek.  He died 27 Jan 1892 in Apple Creek.  He was born in 1810[Incorrect: see above the year of his birth]  in Lancaster PA.

1900 Census, Creston village, Canaan twp, Wayne County, OH, page 28:   Leah BOTT, age 63 OH, widow, born June 1836, 4 children/2 still living, parents born PA.

1910 Census, Spencerville, Spencer Twp, Allen Co OH, Dwelling 80, Family 82:  Christopher L. LOUTH, age 51 OH, parents born Germany, retail shoes; Amanda A, wife, age 52 OH, parents born OH, married 28 yrs, 0 children; Leah BOTT, mother in law, age 73 OH, widow, parents born OH; 4 children/2 still living, own income.  

Wife's Death record:  Leah BOTT died 15 Jun 1910 at Spencerville, Allen Co OH.  Widow.  Born 2 Jun 1836 OH.  Father Joseph FEIGHTNER, born OH.  Mother Mary WOLF, born OH.  Burial Spencerville Cem.  

Brant, John*   22 Aug 1862
Private Brant was age 22 when he entered service.   He died 14 May 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.

The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi, section E, grave 190.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1832>
Marriage:   ABEGAEL WELLS, 27 Jan 1853, Wayne Co OH
Death:   14 May 1863, Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery:   Vicksburg National Cem, Warren Co MS  Brandt, Jno., d. 14 May 1863, Plot: E 1642, Pvt, Civil War, Co E 120th OH
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  William Sanders at Find a Grave

US Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861 - 1865:  John BRUNT [misspelled], Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 13 May 1863, at Van Buren General Hospital Millikens Bend, LA.  Cause:  chronic diarrhoea.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  J. BRANDT, Private, Co E, 120th OH Inf.;  running number 572, moved from grave yard at Marshal Plantation, Madison Parish, LA.  Died 14 May 1863.  Vicksburg section E grave 190.  

1850 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH, dwelling 335, family 336:  Jacob ARNOLD, age 33 OH, farmer;  Nancy, age 33 PA;  Sarah, age 7 OH, George, age 5 OH; John BRANDT, age 18 OH.  

In the Wayne County Probate Records, Wayne county OH, John BRANT married ABEGAEL WELLS on 27 Jan 1853.

1860 Census, Mohican Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 255:  John BRANT, age 28 PA, day laborer; Abigail, age 25 OH; Eunice, age 6 OH; George, age 4 OH; Leander [male] age 6 months, OH.  

Widow Abigail Brant was in the pension index.  She applied for a pension on the service of John who was listed as being  in Co E of the 120th.  She applied 2 Nov 1863, Application 37493, Certificate 40668.  Also on the same card there is a listing for Abigail Coon as Guardian for minors on 18 May 1871, Application 196391, Certificate 151948.  So I looked for Abigail Coon in 1880.  I believe this is the widow with her new husband and the two sons of the 120th soldier, John Brant.  Because of all the evidence gathered, I believe that the age given for John BRANT when he entered the service is not correct.  

Mason County clerk, marriage records:  Abigal BRANT or WELLS married John F COON on 12 Jun 1870 in Lincoln Twp, Osceola, MI.  

1870 Census, Lincoln Twp, Mason County, MI, page 465:  John COON, age 19 OH, farmer; Abigal, age 30 OH; George BRANT, age 14 IN; Leander BRANT, ag 10 IN; Delfina BRANT, age 7 IN.  
 
1880 census:  Ludington, Mason county, Michigan:  John F. COON, age 28 OH, laborer, parents born NY;  Abigal, wife, age 45 OH, takes in washing, father born NY, mother born PA; George BRYANT, stepson, age 24 OH, lather and laborer, father born PA, mother born OH; Leander BRYANT, stepson, age 21 OH, laborer, father born PA, mother born OH; Jay H WEBBER, other, age 18 MI, laborer, father born NY, mother born OH.  

 IGI lists: Leander BRANT born 1859, Mohican, Ashland county, OH.  Parents, John and Abigail Brant.
              George BRANT born 1856, Mohican, Ashland county , OH.  Parents, John and Abigail Brant.
              Also lists a Eunice BRANT born 1854, Mohican, Ashland county, OH.  Parents, John and Abigail Brant.

In 1900 Abigail was living with son Leander in City of Ludington, Mason County MI, page 70.  She was born in PA in Dec 1833.  Her father was born in NY and her mother in PA.  She had 5 children/3 still living.  

Widow's pension at fold3.com:
 Brief:  Abigail BRANT widow of John BRANT, Pvt. Co E 120th OH Vols, Post office Lake Fork, Ashland Co OH.  
Rolls show that soldier was mustered as Pvt 14 Oct 1862 and died in Hospital at Millikens Bend, LA 14 May 1863.
Captain Eason testified that John continued to perform military duty until Jan 1863 when he was taken sick at Youngs Point, LA with Camp Fever and inflammatory rheumatism.  Left service March 1863 and was very sick.  Died in May 1863.

Died 13/14 May 1863 at hospital in Millikens Bend, LA.  John and Abigail were married 27 Jan 1853.  

 Marriage:  John BRANDT and Miss Abegael WELLS married at Wayne C OH on 27 Jan 1853, by minister of Gospel Benjamin Pope.  

Abigail Brant of Lincoln MI,  age thirty, married John F COON of Amber? MI, age nineteen???  Married on 12 June 1870 at Lincoln, Mason Co MI.

Abigail Brant Coon died 31 Jan 1917 at Grand Rapids MI, address 10 E. Franklin/Frankling St.    Her 2nd husband, John F. Coon, had died 12 Sept 1896, at age 44yrs, 3 months at Ludington, Mason Co  MI.  He died of consumption, born OH, occupation cooper.  Parents were William H. and Almira Coon.  

Abigail's daughter applied for money for her care and burial.   Delphina Edmonds of Grand Rapids, Kent Co MI.  Pensioner lived at 802 South Division Ave. Grand Rapids, MI and died there.  That was Delphina's home.    She was to be buried at Ludington, MI.   Delphina's husband was Samuel D. Edmonds.  

John Brant's brother was George Brant who had also lived in Wayne Co OH when John and Abigail did.  His affidavit was dated 21 Dec 1901.  He was, at that time, age 67 and his p o address was Warsaw, Kosciusko Co IN.  

Abigail was age 18 when she married John Brant and John was 21.  Neither had been previously married.  John had never served in the army or navy of the US previous to 22 Aug 1862.  Second husband John F. Coon was not in the military being only 14 at the close of the war.  "John F. Coon was in poor health for many years before his death...and that she herself had largely supported the family by her daily labor...."  William H. Coon and Lovilla McMullen were the brother and sister of John Coon.  

Eunice D. GOTT of Bellevue, Eaton Co MI, was the daughter of Abigail Coon.

Abigail was born 4 Dec 1833 at Blatchleyville, Wayne Co OH.  

R. P. Bishop of Ludington MI,  affidavit: "He [John Coon] was rather a shiftless man, of rather poor health, and a very poor provider for his family.  Neither of them had any property, and they depended largely for their livelihood, upon the day labor of the applicant in this case, Mrs. Abigail Coon, who was always a faithful, hard-working woman, of little intellect, but a woman that was respected in her class in society.  She worked at day labor in my own home at various times, washing and at house-cleaning.  At present she is old, feeble and dependent, although she is ready and willing to try to work.  There is noone upon whom she can depend for support except in an occasional odd job, which a crippled son can do.  She has no property of any kind, and is very needy."  April 1903
In another letter, 20 Apr 1903, to the Commissioner of Pensions,  Bishop said: "She [Abigail Coon] was once pensioned, and if she had not taken Coon to care for, the government would have continued to advance her $12.00 per month.  She thought she wanted a man, no matter how poor a one, and that longing has saved the government something like $2,500.  She is honest and ignorant, but truly entitled, and I hope that you will dispense justice speedily."

John and Abigail's minor children were Eunice D. born 4 Jan 1854 at Ashland Co OH; George W, born 4 Mar 1856, Wayne Co OH; Leander, born 1 Jan 1860 Wayne Co OH; Delphina, born 2 June 1862 Wayne Co OH.  Attending doctor for Leander's and Delphina's births was William Blachley.  Susanna Wells was present at the births of George W. Brant.    Doctor Thomas Moore was attending doctor at the birth of Eunice D. Brant and Catharine Anderson was also present.  

22 Dec 1866 Abigail Brant was at Muskegon Co MI, age 33.  

Brown, Enos   15 Aug 1862
Private Enos Brown was age 28 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Noah BROWN
Mother:  Hattie/Ann STENGER/STINGER
Birth: 22 Feb 1834, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   Sarah Ann BROWN on 11 Jan 1860 in Union Co. OH
Death:   17 Sep 1921, Soldiers' Home in Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH
Cemetery:   Kenton, Hardin Co, OH   Could be Grove Cem, Kenton, Hardin Co OH 419-673-3148
Relationship:  Brother of Lewis BROWN of Co E 120th OVI

Pension index:  Enos BROWN, H 114th, E 120th and F 48th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1880 June 30, Application 396864 or 396164, Certificate 307029, but no state was given.

1850 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 213:  Noah BROWN, age 43 PA, farmer; Ann, age 43 PA; Delila, age 20 OH; Simon, age 18 OH; Enos, age 16 OH; Reason, age 14 OH; Lewis, age 12 OH [see soldier below]; Emeline, age 2 OH.  [Ohio, County Marriages: Noah BROWN married Anna STINGER on 16 July 1829 in Wayne Co OH.]

Union Co. Probate Court record:  Enos BROWN married Sarah Ann BROWN on 11 Jan 1860 in Union Co. OH.  

1860 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 24 : Noah BROWN,age 54, PA, farmer; Ann, age 53 PA; Reason, age 24 OH; Lewis, age 21 OH; Emeline, age 13 OH; John, age 8 OH; Amos, age 26 OH, Sarah, age 16 OH.  

1870 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 181:  Enos BROWN, age 36 OH, grocer; Sarah, age 26 OH; Elwin? [male] age 9 OH; Grant, age 6 OH.  

1880 Census, Goshen Twp, Hardin County, OH, page 77:  Enos BROWN, age 46 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Sarah A, wife, age 36 OH, father born PA, mother born VA; Edwin G, son, age 18 OH, farmer; Grant, son, age 16 OH, farmer; Arrilla J, daughter, age 9 OH; Noah, son, age 6 OH.  

???Ohio, Deaths and Buriasl, 1854-1997: Sarah Ann BROWN died 16 May 1890 at Pleasant Twp, Hardin Co OH, age 50, born <1840>, white, married.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Pleasant Twp, Hardin Co OH:  Line 49, House 283, Family 252:   Enos BROWN, Pvt, Co E 120th OVI.  

1900 Census have not found

1910 Census, Kenton city, Hardin County OH, page 45:  A roomer with the Robert L STEVENS family: Enos BROWN, age 76 OH, widowed, parents born PA, clothes presser in a bath house.

Death record in Ohio:  File # 50033, Enos BROWN, died 17 Sep 1921 at the Soldiers' Home in Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH.  Widowed.  Born 22 Feb 1834.  Farmer.  Born Wayne Co OH.  Father Noah BROWN, born PA.  Mother Hattie STENGER, born PA.  Burial in Kenton OH.

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  File #46655, Arrilla J. GRISWOLD died 20 Sep 1909 at Kenton, Hardin Co OH.  Married.  Born 21 Jan 1871 in Ohio.  Father Enos BROWN, born OH.  Mother Sarah BROWN, born PA.  Burial Grove Cemetery.  Informant D. F. GRISWOLD of Kenton.  

Brown, Isaiah*   22 Sept 1862
Private Isaiah Brown was age 19 when he entered service.  He died 20 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi, section C grave 48.
Father: ?Henson BROWN
Mother:  ?Susanna VANSANT
Birth: <1843>OH
Marriage:  
Death:   20 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren Co, MS  Brown, Isiah, d. 20 Feb 1863, Plot: C 2321, Pvt, Civil War, Co E 120th OH
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  William Sanders at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Isiah BROWN, Private, Co E 120th OH INf, died 20 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: diarrhoea.

 Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: #1614,  Isaiah BROWN, Co E 120th Ohio, Private, had been moved from the levee between Kennedies shanties and? Youngs Point, died 20 Feb 1863, original grave numbering C 48.

Not found in Pension Index.  

1850 Census, Green Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 176:  Henson BROWN, age 49 OH, labourer; Susanna, ag 38 OH; Emeline, age 12 OH; Henry, age 9 OH; Isaiah,age 7 OH; Jane, age 5 OH; Amanda, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 347:  Henson BROWN, age 59 MD, farmer; Susan, age 48 PA; Emeline, age 21 OH; Henry, age 18 OH, farm laborer; Isaiah, age 17 OH, farm laborer; Jane, age 15 OH; Amanda, age 11 OH; James, age 7 OH.  

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co, OH, Dwelling 58, Family 61:  Susan BROWN, age 58 MD; Henry G., age 28 OH, farmer; Amanda, age 21 OH; James, age 17 OH.  [Henson died in 1868; Susannah in 1887.  They are buried in Mohican Church or the Brethren Cem, West Salem, Wayne Co OH.]

Brother's Ohio Death record:  Henry Greegor BROWN died 1 Mar 1912, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Born 8 July 1841 OH.  Father Henson BROWN.  Mother Susanah VANSANT.  

Brown, John B.   15 Aug 1862        John Boyd BROWN
1st Sergeant John Brown was age 27 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Sergeant on 15 Mar 1863; promoted to 1st Lieutenant 21 Mar 1864 but not mustered; missing since June 1864. No further record found.
Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Wooster Cem, Wayne Co OH, Section 13.  
Notice that the flag holder says Company B, but I don't have any record of his being in Company B.  
Father: John E. BROWN
Mother:  Jane R. BOYD
Birth: 7 July 1834, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  Marilla L KOCH on 25 Mar 1875 in Wayne County OH
Death:   10 Sep 1915, Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:   Wooster Cem, Wayne Co OH

Pension Card:  John B. BROWN,  1st Lt.  Co E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 5 Jan 1885, Certificate 529301, Certificate 375280.  John died 10 Sep 1915 at Wooster, OH.  

1850 Census, East Union Twp,Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 210, Family 211:  John E. BROWN, age 49 PA, farmer; Jane, age 49 PA; Christopher A., age 25 OH, school teacher;  Elizabeth A, age 21 OH; Margaret J, age 19 OH; Nancy, age 17 OH; John B, age 16 OH; Mary J, age 9 OH; Amanda W?, age 7 OH.  

1860 Census,  East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 24:  John BROWN, age 58 PA; Jane, age 59 PA; Elizabeth, age 21 OH; Margret, age 29 OH; Mary, age 20 OH; Manuel? [male], age 17 OH; John, age 25 OH.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  John B BROWN married Marilla L KOCH on 25 Mar 1875 in Wayne County OH.  

1880 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 169:  John B BROWN, age 45 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Marilla L, wife, age 34 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Thomas B, son, age 4 OH; Harry, son, age 2 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Wooster, Wayne Co OH:  Line 20, House 92, Family 102:  John B. BROWN, Lieut.  Co E 120th OH Inf.    Post Office:  Wooster, OH

1900 Census, Wooster, Wayne County OH, page 174:  John B BROWN, age 65 OH, born July 1834, divorced, parents born PA; Thomas, son, age 24 OH, married 0 yrs, born Jan 1876, gardener;  Harry, son, age 22 OH, single, born Apr 1878, harness maker; Ora D, daughter, age 19 OH, single, born Dec 1880; Irene, daughter-in-law, age 23 OH, born May 1877, married 0 yrs, 0 children parents born OH.  

1910 Census, West South St, Wooster City, Wayne County OH, page 121:  John B BROWN, age 75 OH, divorced, township constable, parents born PA; Harry D, son, age 31 OH, widower, conductor electric railway, parents born OH; Orra D, daughter, age 29 OH, single no occupation, parents born OH.  [Column 30 is marked UA for military service for John.]

Ohio Online Death Certificate Index:  John B BROWN died 10 Sep 1915 in Wayne County OH.
There is a Civil War soldier Brown, John B. 1834-1915 buried at Wooster cemetery, Wayne county OH.

Death record in Ohio:  File # 52202, John Boyd BROWN died 10 Sep 1915 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Widower.  Born 7 July 1834.  Retired gardner.  Born Wayne Co OH.  Father, John E. BROWN.  Mother, Jane R. BOYD.  Burial Wooster Cemetery.  Informant Tom BROWN of Wooster OH.  

Brown, Lewis*   15 Aug 1862
Private Lewis Brown was age 23 when he entered service.   He died 17 Mar 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Memphis, Tennessee in the Mississippi River Cemetery. [not listed]  Died on hospital boat City of Memphis. Born 1839. [Wayne Co OH Grave Registration Cards]
Father: Noah BROWN
Mother:  Anna STINGER
Birth: <1838>OH
Marriage:   Miranda J. HUBBARD on 10 [20] Aug 1862 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Death:   17 Mar 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee
Cemetery:    Apple Creek #1 Cem, Apple Creek, Wayne Co OH: Apple Creek Presbyterian Cemetery
Brother of Enos BROWN of Co E 120th.

Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Co E 120th OVI, Died on hospital boat "City of Memphis" 17 Mar 1862, age 24 y, 4?m, 9d
Marinda J., wife of Lewis Brown, died ?15 Mar 1863, 17 yrs, 7? m, 16 ds.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1863:    Lewis BROWN, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, 17 Mar 1863, on floating Hospital "City of Memphis", cause: typhoid fever.

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006

Pension Card:  Lewis BROWN Co E 120th OH Inf.  Minor pension, guardian L. RETTER?, applied for 20 Nov 1863, Application 39087, Certificate 35239.  

1850 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 213:  Noah BROWN, age 43 PA, farmer; Ann, age 43 PA; Delila, age 20 OH; Simon, age 18 OH; Enos, age 16 OH [see soldier above]; Reason, age 14 OH; Lewis, age 12 OH; Emeline, age 2 OH.  [Ohio, County Marriages: Noah BROWN married Anna STINGER on 16 July 1829 in Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 24, Dwelling 339, Family 352:  Noah BROWN, age 54 PA, farmer; Ann, age 53 PA; Reason, age 24 OH; Lewis, age 21 OH; Emeline, age 13 OH; John, age 8 OH; Amos, age 26 OH; Sarah, age 16 OH.

Ohio Marriages: Lewis BROWN married Meranda [Miranda] J. HUBBARD on 20 Aug 1862 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 242, Family 238:  Noah BROWN, age 63 PA, farmer; Ann, age 63 PA; John, age 16 OH;  Emeline LANDIS, age 22 OH.  [Note:  Simon BROWN is living next door.]

Pension files at fold3.com:
Lewis Brown died on US Hospital Boat "City of Memphis" near Memphis TN on 17 Mar 1863 from diarrhea.  
Jessie A BROWN, minor child [female] of Lewis BROWN, Co E 120th OH Vols.  Post office Apple Creek, Wayne Co OH.  

Marinda Jane BROWN died 13/15/16 Mar 1863 at Wayne Co OH.  Jessie B. Brown was born 6 Mar 1863.  Henry H HUBBARD and Alice HUBBARD were present at the birth of Jessie A Brown, only child of Lewis and Marinda Brown.  Jessie was born at the Hubbard home in East Union, Wayne Co OH.  The attending doctor was Alexander Adams.  

Marinda Jane HUBBARD and Lewis BROWN were married 20 Aug 1862.  

Levi REITER, of Post Office Apple Creek, East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH, was guardian of the minor child of Lewis Brown, Jessie A. Brown.  
Lewis and Marinda married 20 Aug 1862 in Wayne Co OH by Andrew Virtue, Minister of Gospel.  

Affidavit on 30 July 1864 at Parish of Pointe Coupée, by Enos BROWN, Co E 120th OVI:  "Lewis Brown was taken sick with said disease [chronic diarrhoea] on or about the 1st day of March 1863, at, or near Youngs Point La., and continued sick with the same until the day of his death which occurred on or about said 17th day of March 1863 on board U. S. Hospital Steamer 'City of Memphis' near Memphis Tenn.  Thta he was present when said Lewis Brown died and saw him interred.  

Samuel GEITGEY was another guardian of Jessie A. BROWN.  Certificate 35239.

Burns, Thomas J.   26 Jan 1864
Private Thomas J. Burns was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  
Father: Thomas BURNS
Mother:  Jane THOMPSON
Birth: 11 Aug 1847  WI
Marriage:   Sidna Ann AUKERMAN 24 May 1868, Burbank, Wayne Co Ohio
Death:   24 Jan 1911, Casey, Guthrie Co IA
Cemetery:    Oakwood Cem, Casey, Walnut Twp, Adair Co IA
 Photo Credit:  Cindy Baldogo at Find a Grave

Pension record:  Thomas J BURNS, E 120th, B 48th and H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed in 1886 Feb 1, Application 560693, Certificate 347441, but no state was given.  Pension Card:  Thomas died 1911.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 336:  Mary BURNES, age 68 PA, widow; Mary E, age 14 WI; Thomas J, age 13 WI; Mary I, age 7 OH.  

Family Search:  Thomas Jefferson BURNS married Sidna Ann AUKERMAN 24 May 1868 in Burbank Ohio.
[Note: Sidney A is listed as a male with John and Tebitha ACKERMAN in 1860 in Bridgeport, Canaan Twp, Wayne County OH, page 239.]

1880 Census, Casey, Thompson Twp, Guthrie County, IA, page 42:  T J BURNS, age 31 WI, dry good merchant, father born PA, mother born OH; Sidnea Ann, wife, age 28 OH, father born OH, mother born PA; Carrie A, daughter, age 11 OH; Thomas W, son, age 5 IA; Ettie, daughter, age 2 IA.  

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Casey, Thompson Twp, Guthrie County, IApage 160:  Tomas J BURNS, age 52 WI, born Aug 1847, married 32 yrs, dry goods merchant, father born PA, mother born OH; Sidney A, wife, age 50 OH, born Aug 1849, married 32 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born PA.  

1910 Census, Casey, Thompson Twp, Guthrie County, IA, page 162:  Thomas J BURNS, age 62 WI, widower, retail merchant general merchandise; Ettie A CUNNINGHAM, daughter, age 31 IA, first marriage, married 12 yrs, one child/one still living, saleswoman in department store; Jesse C CUNNINGHAM, son-in-law, age 35 IL, first marriage, married 12 yrs, salesman in grocery department, father born PA, mother born IL; ?Serle, granson, age 13 Nebraska; Rosie STALK, servant.  [Note: Column 30 is marked UA for militray service for Thomas.]

http://iowawpagraves.org/index.php  Sidna A. BURNS, born 9 Aug 1849.  Died 22 Apr 1908.  Buried Oakwood Cem, Casey, Walnut Twp, Adair Co IA.  Wife of  Thomas J.

http://iowawpagraves.org/index.php  Thomas J. BURNS, born 11 Aug 1847.  Died 24 Jan 1911.  Buried Oakwood Cem, Casey, Walnut Twp, Adair Co IA. Born Gran Co WI.  Died of heart disease.  Father Thomas BURNS.  Mother Jane THOMPSON BURNS [Info from death cert.]

WorldConnect:  Thomas died 24 Jan 1911 in Casey, IA.  

Burns, Thomas S.*   20 Feb 1864
Private Thomas S. Burns was age 18 when he entered service.  He died 22 June 1864 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Father: William H BURNS
Mother:  Mary Jane HOWEY
Birth: 1846 OH
Marriage:  
Death:   22 June 1864 at Baton Rouge, LA
Cemetery:    Baton Rouge National Cemetery, T. S. BURNS, died 22 June 1864, Section 4, Site 171.
Photo Credits:  Diane Owens at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1863:  Thomas BURNES, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf., died 21 June 1864, General Hospital Baton Rouge LA, diarrhoea.  

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  T. S. BURNS, Pvt Co E 120th OH Inf.  Died 22 June 1864.  Buried at Baton Rouge National Cemetery, Sec 4, grave 171.  

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 146, Family 148:  William H?, BURNS, age 31 PA; Mary J, age 26 OH, marked insane; Thomas S, age 4 OH; Salena, age 2 OH; Franklin, age 6 months OH.  [Note:  Franklin died in 1853; buried at Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH] [Ohio Marriages:  William W. BARNS [sic] married Mary Jane HOWEY, 22 Apr 1845, Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne County OH, page 238:   Samson NOFTZGER, age 32 OH, farmer; Elizabeth,age 29 OH; Willia M, age 1 OH; Thomas BURN, age 14 OH.  

sibling Elizabeth BURNS, daughter of Wm and Mary Jane, was adopted by D and E BEAL.  She died 5 Mar 1861 at age 4 yrs, 8 m, 26 dys.  Buried at Congress Cem. Wayne Co OH  Information at Find a Grave.

[Family Search:  His parents were William H and Mary Jane (HOWEY) BURNS.  Thomas Sloan BURNS was born in 1846 in Wayne County OH.  His siblings were Isabella, Salena and Franklin. His father died in 1857 and I believe that his mother was living with another family in Congress Twp in 1860.  William and Mary are buried at Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH.  Mary died 1862.]  

Campbell, John P.*   15 Aug 1862           John Parker CAMPBELL
Private Campbell was age 18 when he entered service.   He was killed 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River, Louisiana.  No burial information is given in the Roll of Honor.
Father: Parker E. CAMPBELL
Mother:  Malinda HEEFER or HELFER maybe HEPLER
Birth: 1844  PA
Marriage:  
Death:   3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River, LA
Cemetery:    unknown, but his name is on a stone at Congress Cemetery, Wayne Co OH where his parents are buried.  See Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1863:  John Parker Campbell, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 3 May 1864, at Regimental Hospital, cause: gun shot wound.

Not at U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006

Not at National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 311, Family 320:  Parker E. CAMPBELL, age 35 OH, farmer; Malinda, age 28 OH; John P, age 5 OH; Daniel, age 3 OH; Martha J, age 2 OH.  [Note:  Parker D Campbell married Melinda HEEFER on 17 Mar 1842, Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 339:  Parker D CAMPBELL, age 46 PA, farmer; Melinda, age 36 PA; John P, age 16 PA, farm labor; Daniel, age 14 OH; Martha J, age 11 OH; Wm H, age 8 OH; Frank, age 4 OH; Lena B, age 2 OH; Phebe A COOK, age 20 PA.  [Frank's 1928 death record lists mother as Malinda HELFER.]

 

Carlin, Samuel B.   14 Aug 1862         Samuel Benton CARLIN
Private Carlin was age 30 when he entered service.   He was discharged 7 Oct 1863 at Columbus, Ohio on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: James CARLIN
Mother:  Sarah BURTON
Birth: 4 June 1835 OH
Marriage:   Elizabeth GINTER, 4 Mar 1861, Wayne Co OH
Death:   12 Jan 1916 in Congress, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:   Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH

Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoSamuel B CARLIN was buried at Congress Cem.  

 Photo Credits:  Susie Holderfield

Pension Index:  Samuel B CARLIN, E 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1866 June 14, Application 109965, Certificate 455183..  Widow Elizabeth Carlin filed 22 Jan 1916, Application 1059217, Certificate 803817, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Samuel died 12 Jan 1916.

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 191, Family 193:  There is a page missing or out of order that would have James' name on it.  Sarah CARLIN, age 43 unknown; Lorenzo I, age 22 OH, student; ??Larel?? [female], age 20 OH; Mary A, age 19 OH; James, age 17 OH, laborer; Samuel, age 15 OH; Catharine, age 13 OH; Nancy, age 11 OH; ?Tamer [female]. age 8 OH, listed as "dumb"; William, age 6 OH; Sarah, age one month OH.  [James and Sarah Carlin died 1888.

1860 Census Congress township, Wayne county OH:  James CARLIN age 60 born PA, a carpenter; Sarah age 55 born VA; Samuel age 23 born OH, a carpenter; Tasmen or Tasmer [male] age 16 OH; William age 13 OH; Sarah age 9 OH.  [Wayne County OH probate court marriage record:  James CARLEN married Sarah BURTON, 6 Sep 1825]

Wayne County Probate, Wayne Co OH, Samuel CARLIN married Elizabeth GINTER, 4 Mar 1861.

1870 Census Congress (Borrough) Twp, Wayne County OH, page 149  :  S B CARLIN, age 35 OH, a carpenter;  Elizabeth, age 29 OH;  John E, age 9 OH;  Kittie, age 7 OH.  

1880 census, Congress, Wayne county, Ohio:  Samuel B. CARLIN, age 44 OH, a carpenter, father born PA, mother born MD;  Elizabeth, wife, age 39 OH, father born PA, mother born OH;  Catherine, daughter, age 17 OH;  James B, son, age 7 OH;  Charles, son, age 1 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Congress, Wayne Co OH:  LIne 15, House 125, Family 130:  Samuel B. CARLIN, Pvt Co E 120th OH Inf.    Post Office, Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Disability: Hernia contracted at Big Black River Miss.  

1910 Census, Bacon St., Congress Village, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 124:   Samuel B. CARLIN, age 74 OH, first marriage, married 49 yrs, has own income, father born at sea, mother born OH;  Elizabeth, wife, age 69 OH, first marriage, married 49 yrs, 4 children, 2 still living,  parents born OH;  Charles or Charlie, son, age 30OH, a widower, farm laborer odd jobs.

1920 Census Congress Village, Wayne County OH page 125:  Elizabeth CARLIN, age 79 OH, a widow, father born PA, mother born OH.

Death record in Ohio:  File # 7930, Samuel Benton CARLIN died 12 Jan 1916 in Congress, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Carpenter.  Born 4 June 1835 in OH.  Father James CARLIN, born Ireland.  Mother, Sarah BURTON, born OH.  Burial Congress.  Informant Elisabeth CARLIN, of West Salem, OH.  

Case, Augustus   15 Aug 1862
1st Sergeant Augustus Case was age 29 when he entered service.  He was promoted to 1st Lieutenant Co. I  to date on 15 Mar 1863.
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For family information see Company I.  

Case, Matthew W.   23 Sept 1862
Private Matthew Case was age 19 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Onesimus CASE
Mother:  Sarah WILLIAMS
Birth: Dec 1842 [1843] OH
Marriage:  Helen ASHELMAN, 17 Oct 1867, Fulton Co IN
Death:    14 June 1921, Alta Vista, KS
Cemetery:   Alta Vista Cem, Garfield Twp, Wabaunsee Co KS.
Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Mae Thomas at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Matthew W CASE, H 114th, E 120th, and F 48th OH Inf.     Invalid filed in Kansas in 1882 March 25, Application 444152, Certificate 311759, filed in KS.   Widow Helen Case applied for pension in Kansas on 2 July 1921, Application 1176228, Certificate 903728, filed in KS.     Pension Card:  Matthew died 14 June 1921 at Alta Vista, KS.  

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling ??6, Family 406:  Augustus CASE [ Note: Revolutionary War soldier], age 91 NJ, occupation none; Sarah, age 37 OH; Augustus, age 17 OH, farmer;  Susanna, age 16? OH; Wesley, age 11 OH; Albert, age 9 OH; Matthew, age 7 OH; Onesimus, age 5 OH; Mary E, age 2 OH.   

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 277:  Sarah CASE, widow, age 43 PA; Wesley, age 21, farmer; Albert, age 19 OH; Mathias or Mathew age 17 OH; Onesimus, age 15 OH; Mary Eliza, age 12 OH.  [Family Search:  Matthew's father was Onesimus CASE.  His mother was Sarah [WILLIAMS] CASE.  Father Onesimus died 1849.  Mother Sarah died 1863?]]

Indiana Marriages:  Matthew W. CASE married Helen ASHELMAN/ASHLEYMAN, 17 Oct 1867, Fulton Co IN.  [In 1860, Ellen ASHLEMAN, age 11 OH,  was listed with Samuel and Lydia ASHLEMAN in Fulton Co IN.]

1870 Census, Perry Twp, Miami Co, IN, page 137:  Mathew CASE, age 27 OH, farmer; Ellen, age 20 OH; Wm, age 1 IN.  [Albert and Ones CASE are listed on the same page with their families.]

1880 Census, Mill Creek, Wabaunsee County, Kansas, page 399 :  Matthew W CASE, age 36 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Helen, wife, age 31 OH, parents born PA; Willie, son, age 11 IN; Louis, son, age 9 IN.  

Not listed in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census Garfield township, Wabaunsee County, KS, page 105:  Matthew W. CASE age 57 born Dec 1842 in OH, married 33 yrs., father born OH, mother place born unknown, a landlord; Helen A age 51,  born Apr 1849 in Ohio, married 33 yrs, 3 children 3 still living; daughter Myrtle M. age 16 born Jan 1884 in KS.

1910 Census Garfield township, Wabaunsee County, KS, page 129:  Mathew W. CASE age 67 born OH, married [1] 41 yrs., no occupation; Helen A, age 60 married 41 yrs, 3 children  3 still living. [Note:  Column 30 is marked UA for military service.]

1920 Census Alta Vista town, Garfield Township, Wabaunsee County , KS, page 77:  Mathew W. CASE age 76 born OH; Helen A, age 70 born OH; Myrtle M. daughter, single, age 35 born KS.  

Alta Vista Cemetery, Garfield Twp, Wabaunsee Co, KS lists Matthew W. CASE, 1843 - 1921.    [ Helen CASE, 1849 - 1924.]

Caskey, John S.   15 Aug 1862
1st Sergeant Caskey was age 28 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Sergeant on 2 Feb 1863; discharged 15 Apr 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Robert CASKEY
Mother:  Nancy ????
Birth: 1837 PA
Marriage:   Josephene NEWMAN on 13 Sep 1862 in Ashland County, OH
Death:   5 May 1902 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:   Wooster Cemetery, Wayne Co OH
Pension Index:    Pension Card:  John S. CASKY, Co E 120th OH Inf. Invalid applied 3 Sep 1887, Application 621352, Certificate 395156, filed in OH .  Widow Josephine CASKY applied 2 June 1902, Application 764197, Certificate 649351, filed in OH .  John died 15 Mar 1902.  [Conflicts with 5 May record.] 

1850 Census, Salem Twp, Westmoreland Co PA, Dwelling 19, Family 19:  Robert CASKEY, age 44 PA, farmer; Nancy, age 49 PA; John, age 14 PA; Samuel, age 13 PA; Cathrine GOSNELL, age 17 PA.

1860 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 155:  Robt CASKEY, age 54 PA, farmer; Nancy, age 62 PA; John S, age 24 PA, farm hand; Saml, age 22 PA, farm hand; Thomas, age 12 OH.  

Ashland County OH marriages by Raber:  John S CASKY married Josephene NEWMAN on 13 Sep 1862 in Ashland County, OH.  

1870 Census, 3rd Ward Wooster, Wayne County, OH, page 455:  John CASKEY, age 37 PA, grocery dealer; Josephine, age 26 OH; Edward ??BISHOP, age 20? Germany, baker.  

1880 Census, West North St, Wooster, Wayne County, OH, page 371:  John CASKEY, age 40 PA, grocer, parents born PA; Josephia, wife, age 36 OH, parents born OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Wooster, Wayne Co OH:  Line 37, House 118, Family 128:  John S. CASKEY, Pvt, Co E 120th OVI.    Post Office:  Wooster, OH.  

1900 Census, West North St, 3rd Ward Wooster, Wayne County, OH,page 163:  John S CASKEY, age 65 PA, married 39 yrs, born Aug 1834, grocer, parents born PA; Josephine, wife, age 60 MI, born Feb 1840, married 39 yrs, 0 children, parents born OH.

Grave registration card:  Born 1834.  Died 15 May 1902 in Wooster.   Burial Wooster Cemetery.

1910 Census, 3rd Ward Wooster, Wayne County, OH, page 107:  Josephine CASKEY, age 63 OH, widow, 0 children, parents born OH, no occupation.  

Death record:  John S. CASKEY died 15 May 1902 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Age 65.  Born 1837.  Merchant.  Married.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # ?32489, Josephine CASKEY or 449 West Main St, died 27 Sep 1923 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Widow.  Wife of John S. CASKEY.  Born 21 Feb 1840 Mt. Vernon, OH.  Father, Dr. William NEWMAN born Ashland Co OH.  Mother Mariah EWING, born Ashland Co OH.  Burial Wooster Cemetery, Wooster, OH.  

Chacey, Daniel*   15 Aug 1862                                                                                            
Private Daniel Chacey was age 30 when he entered service.  He died 21 Aug 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Memphis, Tennessee in the Mississippi River Cemetery.  But, as you will see below, his body was moved.
Father: Samuel CHACEY
Mother:  Salome WARNER
Birth: 1832
Marriage:  Susannah SECHRIST, 14 Aug 1856, West Salem OH
Death:   21 Aug 1863 at Memphis, TN
Cemetery:  Warner's Cemetery which is southeast of Pleasant Home in Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH
Relationship:  Brother of Jeremiah CHACEY of Co E 120th OVI  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1863:  Daniel CHASEY, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 20 Aug 1863 at Washington General Hospital Memphis, TN, cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

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

Pension Index:  Daniel CHACEY, E 120th OH Inf.       Widow Susanna CHACEY filed 1863 Nov 2, Application 37656, Certificate 16734 .    Minor filed, W W REED guardian, 1871 Nov 18. Application 200263, Certificate 156106.  No state given.  

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 261, Family 263:  Samuel CHASEY, age 46 NY, farmer; Saloma, age 45 OH; Ithumer [male], age 20 OH, school teacher; Daniel, age 17 OH, farmer; Martha A, age 15 OH; Elizabeth, age 13 OH; [next page] Amanda, age 9 OH; Samuel, age 8 OH; Jeremiah, age 6 OH; Daniel, age 73 OH; Elizabeth, age 74 NY?; Obadiah, age 2 born CT???.

His ancestors and siblings.........History of Wayne County by Ben Douglass, 1878, , page 812:  "Daniel Chasey was a native of Saratoga county, N. Y., and with his wife immigrated to Wayne county as early as 1814-15, settling a mile north-west of Lattasburg, on old Appletree Moyer's place.  He died at his son Samuel's, west of Congress village, about 1867.  He married Miss Elizabeth Allen.  Samuel Chasey was born in Saratoga county, N. Y., October 21, 1802, and immigrated to Ohio with his father.  He was married to Selona Warner July 26, 1826, and had twelve children, as follows:  Abner G., Andrew, Ithamer, Daniel, Martha Ann, Mary E., Cyrus, Amanda, Samuel H., Jeremiah, Obadiah and Margaret.  His wife died May 2, 1873, he surviving her until July 15, 1876."

1860 Census,  Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 1336, Family 1324:  Saml CHASEY, age 28 OH, farmer; Susanna, age 21 OH; Alice E, age 2 OH; Abner P, age 1 OH; Elizabeth, age 85 CT, infirm.  

Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia [Wayne county OH version]page 501 in the Congress Township section:
Daniel Chacey was one of those who left home, wife and children, at the call of our country, and in her cause laid down the life so precious to the loved ones left behind.  He enlisted in Congress township, Wayne county, August 10, 1862, and at Camp Mansfield, October, 17th following, was mustered into Company E, 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  He was in all the battles and engagements of the regiment, and engaged in all its duties till the battle of Arkansas Post. While that was being fought he was kneeling beside a young brother, "Jerry," who went out with him a member of the same company, and who then lay dying with mumps, which had taken a fatal turn from a severe cold contracted.  Amid the booming of cannon and the rattle of musketry the young soul went out from its tenement, and the elder brother was left alone.  They were not long separated when Daniel Chacey reached Youngs Point with his regiment he was sent to the hospital boat, for transportation up the Mississippi, sick unto death with chronic diarrhea.  The following extract from a letter written the young wife and Mr. Chacey's father by young Mr. Morrow, a school teacher who saw him on the boat, tells of his condition: "He believed he was going to die, and called me to him, in the engine room, where he had thrown himself on a pile of coal, and gave me his watch and purse to give you for him.  I cared for him as best I could, and got him admitted to the Washington hospital at Memphis.  I did not think it possible for him to survive the trip further, and if you wish to see him alive you must hasten to him with all possible dispatch."  The young wife had then in her arms a babe of five months, whom he had never seen, and with it she started for her husband's side with his father.  When they arrived at Memphis they found only his grave.  The body was disinterred and brought home, a large concourse of neighbors and friends gathered to pay the last tribute to his honest worth, his patriot death, and few dry eyes beheld the mourning group of parents, wife and little children.  He was laid to his last rest in the Powers graveyard.  Born in Congress township, Wayne county, July 10, 1832, son of Samuel and Anna Salome (Warner) Chacey, Daniel Chacey died for his country a the age of thirty-one years.  He married, at West Salem, August 14, 1856, Susanna, daughter of Jacob and Susannah (Brennamen) Sechrist, born in this township, November 21, 1838.  She was left with four children: Alice Euphemia, born July 22, 1857, died January 15, 1867; Abner Palmer, born March 2, 1859, now a farmer, with postoffice address at Pleasant Home, Wayne county; George R., born September 9, 1861; and Ida A., born March 20, 1863.  Mrs. Chacey was married March 10, 1870, to Harvey Lindsey.  They have three children: Mary Jane, Ettie May, and Charlie Ross.

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

The Wayne county cemetery book shows Daniel Chacey, Company E, 120th OVI, buried in Warner's Cemetery which is southeast of Pleasant Home in Congress township.  He was 31 years, 11 months, 11 days old and died on 21 August 1863.  

Chacey, Jeremiah*   20 Aug 1862                                                                                            
Private Jeremiah Chacey was age 17 when he entered service.  He died 11 Jan 1863 at Arkansas Post, Arkansas.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Arkansas Post, Arkansas. [Note:  There is no cemetery there.]
Father: Samuel CHACEY
Mother:  Salome WARNER  
Birth: <1845>OH
Marriage:  
Death:   11 Jan 1863 at Arkansas Post, AR
Cemetery:  The burials were moved to Little Rock National Cemetery, but I have not found him there.
Relationship:   Brother of Daniel Chacey, Co E 120th OVI.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1863:  Jeremiah CHACEY, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 11 Jan 1863 at Regimental Hospital, Typhoid Fever.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 261, Family 263:  Samuel CHASEY, age 46 NY, farmer; Saloma, age 45 OH; Ithumer [male], age 20 OH, school teacher; Daniel, age 17 OH, farmer; Martha A, age 15 OH; Elizabeth, age 13 OH; [next page] Amanda, age 9 OH; Samuel, age 8 OH; Jeremiah, age 6 OH; Daniel, age 73 OH; Elizabeth, age 74 NY?; Obadiah, age 2 born CT???.

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 1335, Vamily 1323:  Saml CHASEY, age 57 NY; Salema, age 55 OH; Martha A, age 26 OH; Amanda, age 19 OH; Saml, age 17 OH; Jeremiah, age 15 OH; Obedia C, age 12 OH; Margaret S, age 8 OH.  

Coup, Jonas S.*   15 Aug 1862
Private Coup was age 18 when he entered service.  He died 21 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi, section C, grave 49.
Father: Jacob COUP
Mother:  Maria THOMAS
Birth: 19 Nov 1843, Washington Co MD
Marriage:  
Death:   21 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren Co MS    Coup, J.S., d. 02 Feb 1863, Plot: C 2322, Pvt, Civil War, Co E 120th OH;  US Department of Veterans Affairs gravesite locator: I. S. COUP, Co E 120th OH, died 2 Feb 1863, buried at Vicksburg National, site 2322.  
Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  William Sanders

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Jonas S. COUP, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 21 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: typho mal fever.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1860: #1615, J. S. COUP, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, moved from the levee between Kennedies shanties and? Youngs Point,died 2 Feb 1863, original grave number C49.

Listed in National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962 as I. S. COUP, Co E. 120 OH Reg.  Died 2 Feb 1863.  Vicksburg, Sec C, Grave 2322.  

Pension Index:  Jonas S COUP, E 120th OH Inf.   Mother Maria COUP filed 1888 Feb 16, Application 367574; Certificate 256139 in OH.  

1850 Census, Subdivision No 3, Washington Co MD, Dwelling 405, Family 420:  Jacob COUP, age 38 MD, shingle maker; Mariah, age 36 MD; Daniel, age 18 MD; Jeneta? [female], age 13 MD; Sarila, age 9 MD; Jonas, age 7 MD; Jacob, age 5 MD; Andrew, age 2 MD.  

1860 Census, Liberty Twp, Bedford Co PA, Dwelling 649, Family 660:  Jacob COUP, age 49 MD, physician; Mariah, age 45 MD; Daniel, age 28 MD, day laborer; Sabilla, age 18 MD, house maid; Jonas, age 16 MD, day laborer; Keller, age 15 MD; andrew F, age 10 MD.  

Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia [Wayne county version]page 485 in the Plain Township section:
Jonas S. Coup and Jacob Keller Coup were two sons of Jacob and Maria (Thomas) Coup, who died for the preservation of the Union.  The first-named enlisted May 22, 1862 at Wooster, and at Mansfield, Richland county, was enrolled a member of Company F [this seems to be incorrect], 120th Ohio Volunteer infantry.  This gallant regiment was one that added many laurels to the record of Ohio soldiers in the field, but he had seen only 8 months of service when death claimed him.  He participated in the disastrous engagement at Chickasaw Bayou, proving himself brave in battle and cheerful in defeat, shared in the capture of Arkansas Post, and at Young's Point, Louisiana, he was stricken with camp diarrhea, typhoid fever supervened, and he died there February 21, 1863.  A braver man was not to be found in the regiment, nor one who had and deserved more friends.  He was born in Washington county, Maryland, November 19, 1843, and died, therefore, before he attained his twentieth year.  [Note:  The brother Jacob was in the 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company I and died 28 June 1864 but no other details were given about him in this article.]  The father of these two sons, for whom this record is prepared, is a physician residing in Jefferson, with p.o. address at Plain, Wayne county, Ohio.

The Graves Registration Book does not list any grave stones in Wayne county for these two brothers.

Cowell, Christopher*   23 Aug 1862        [Note:  There is a younger Christopher COWELL in Co. A, who survived the war.]
Corporal Cowell was age 39 when he entered service.  He died 15 March[incorrect] 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana. The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi, in section H, grave 143.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1823>PA  
Marriage:  Maria ????   25 Aug 1842 at Green Co PA
Death:   17 May 1863 at Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery: Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, MS   Cowell, Christopher, d. 18 May 1863, Plot: H 143, Cpl, Civil War, Co E 120th OH Regt
Relationship:  Father of William H. COWELL, Co E 120th OVI
Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  William Sanders at Find a Grave
Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Christopher COWILL, Private, Co not given, 120th OH Inf, died 17 May 1863 at Van Buren General Hospital, Millikens 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 539.  C. COWELL [CORRELL], Corporal, Co E 120th OH Inf.  died 15 May 1863       Vicksburg section H 143

Pension Index:  Christopher COWELL, Co E 120th OH Inf.   Minor, C REIDER guardian, filed 2 Nov 1863, Application 37507, Certificate 118249.   No state given.  

1850 Census, Cumberland Twp, Greene Co, PA, Dwelling 332, Family 339:  Christopher COWEL, age 27 PA, farmer; Mariah, age 27 PA; Harriet, age 6 PA; William Henry, age 5 OH [See soldier below]; Rebecca Ann, age 1 PA; Stephen MORRIS, age 9 PA.

1860 census Plain Township, Wayne county OH:  Christopher COWELL age 37 born PA, a laborer; Maria age 37 PA; Harriet age 16 PA; William H age 15 OH; Rebecca A age 11 PA; Mary E? age 9 PA; John H age 7 PA; Reason age 5 OH; Sarah age 4 OH; Martha age 2 OH.  

Maria died 10 Aug 1861.  

I can not find this family anywhere after the war.

Pension records at fold3.com:
Older children of Christopher COWELL: Rebecca A, born 7 Aug 1848; Mary E, born 7 July 1850.  Minor children: John born 7 Feb 1851, Reason born 2 Feb 1853, Sarah born 20 Mar 1855, Martha Z born 30 Apr 1858.  W. S. BATTLES was the physician at the births of Reason, Sarah and Martha in Wayne Co OH.  

Thomas J. PENNY of Wayne Co OH was in possession for preservation the dates of marriage for Christopher Cowell and Mariah and the dates of the births of their children.  Thomas was resident minister of Baptist church.  He was in possession of the Bible containing the original family records for Christopher Cowell and Mariah.  Five of the children were born in PA and one in OH.  It was the only such record.  

First guardian was Christian REIDER of Wayne Co OH.

Guardian was George STROCK, resident of Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, post office Wooster.  He became guardian 21 Jan 1865.  

Christopher, Co E 120th OVI, died  at Van Buren Convalescent Hospital at Millikens Bend LA of consumption on 17 May 1863.  Captain says that "soldier was in excellent health until about Dec 29, 1862, when he was engaged in the battle of Chickasaw Bluffs where he was on picket duty at night, exposed to the cold rain, where he took a severe cold - was sent to Hospl and never did any more active service  -  produced chronic diarrhea & was informed he died of the same in May, 1863.  Late Surgeon testifies to the same, as to cause of chronic diarrhea from which he never recovered.  but after a time was attendant with night sweats, cough and expectoration and he believes the disease of which he died was contracted in line of duty."   Assistant Surgeon Stoufer said that Christopher did accompany the Regiment to Arkansas Post, Youngs Point, and Millikens Bend LA and then was transferred to Van Buren Convalescent Hospital where he died.  

Christopher and Mariah were married 25 Aug 1842 at Green Co PA.

Mariah died 10 Aug 1861 at Wayne Co OH and soldier did not remarry.

John COWELL, age 54 and Ellen COWELL, age 48 residents of Wayne Co OH....dated 30 Oct 1867......  affidavit about the children of Christopher Cowell.   That there was no eye witnesses then of the marriage of Chrisopher and Maria or church records of baptism for the children.

Minor child Mary E. COWELL of Wayne Co OH gave up her portion of the pension at age 18 asking that it be given to her minor siblings.  22 Aug 1868

Cowell, William H.*   23 Aug 1862        William Henry COWELL
Private William Cowell was age 18 when he entered service.   He died 6 Sept[probably wrong] 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at St. Louis, Missouri, in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, section 5 grave 119.
Father: Christopher COWELL
Mother:  ?Mariah/Maria
Birth: <1845>OH
Marriage:  
Death:   26 Aug 1863 at St. Louis, MO
Cemetery:    Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis Co, MO; There is a William CROWALL buried at Jefferson Barracks, Pvt, US Army Ohio.  Section 5, Site 7416.  The death date on the stone is 26 Aug 1863. Soldiers and Sailors System does not list a soldier named William CROWALL.  But William Henry Cowell/W. H. Cowell is listed in the 120th OH Inf.  
Relationship:  Son of Christopher COWELL of Co E, 120th OVI.
William Cowell, stone at Jefferson BarracksPhoto Credit:  Judy Mayberry Belford at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1863: W CONALL, Private, Co A 120th OH Inf, died 26 Aug 1863, at Hickory St General Hospital, St Louis, MO.  Cause: Chronic Diarrhoea.

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

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

Not on Pension Index.  

1850 Census, Cumberland Twp, Greene Co, PA, Dwelling 332, Family 339:  Christopher COWEL  [See the soldier above], age 27 PA, farmer; Mariah, age 27 PA; Harriet, age 6 PA; William Henry, age 5 OH; Rebecca Ann, age 1 PA; Stephen MORRIS, age 9 PA.

1860 census Plain Township, Wayne county OH:  Christopher COWELL age 37 born PA, a laborer; Maria age 37 PA; Harriet age 16 PA; William H age 15 OH; Rebecca A age 11 PA; Mary E? age 9 PA; John H age 7 PA; Reason age 5 OH; Sarah age 4 OH; Martha age 2 OH.  

 

Diehl, Aaron   23 Sept 1862  *
Private Diehl was age 20 when he entered service.  He was discharged 7 Apr 1863 at Miliken's Bend, Louisiana  on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: ?David DIEHL
Mother:  ?Leah ????
Birth: 1842
Marriage:  
Death:   April 1863
Cemetery:    Grave Registration Card Wayne Co OH:  Died at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana on 4 Apr 1863.  Born 1842.

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

No on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.

1850 Census, Upper Saucon, Lehigh, PA, Dwelling 102, Family 108:  David DIEHL, age 39 PA, farmer; Leah, age 41 PA; Mary Ann, age 16 PA; Hannah, age 13 PA; Aaron, age 8 PA; Edwin, age 5 PA; Cyrenus, age 3 PA; Cornelius, age 11 months PA; Willian HOFFENSTEIN, age 15 PA, laborer.  

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 338, Family 338:  Josiah B. MYERS, age 26 PA, farmer; Mary Ann, age 26 PA; Elemina, age 3 OH; Leah DEIHL, widow, age 52 PA; Aaron, age 18 PA; ???[male] Syrenis, age 14 PA; Cornelius, age 11 PA; Emma R. PAYNE, age 29 England, serving.  

Dulin, William   16 Aug 1862
Corporal Dulin was age 28 when he entered service.  He mustered in as Sergeant; appointed to Corporal on 1 Jan 1864; transferred to Co. H 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: John DULIN
Mother:  Mary COPE [jaredjmorris22 at Ancestry.com]
Birth:  1833 OH
Marriage:   Laueza/Louisa Jane GARDNER, 16 Aug 1860, Wayne Co OH
Death:    4 June 1917, Chanute, Neosho Co KS.  
Cemetery:  Elmwood Cem, Chanute, Neosho Co KS
Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo Credits: Judy Mayfield at Find a Grave

Louisa: 1843-1927

Pension Index:  William DULIN, E 120th OH, H 114th OH, F 48th OH, invalid  5 Sep 1888, Application 670947, Certificate 453455, filed in Kansas.  Widow, Louisa J DULIN, filed 1917 June 16, Application 1102522, Certificate 855198, filed in Kansas.  Pension Card:  William died 4 June 1917 at Chanute KS.  

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 174, Family 178:   John DULIN age 56 PA, farmer; Mary, age 44 Ireland; Margaret, age 21 PA; William, age 16 OH; Sarah, age 15 OH; James, age 13 OH; Mary, age 12 OH; Elizabeth, age 10 OH; Thomas B., age 8 OH; Robert CULBERTSON, age 5 OH.  

Wayne County OH Probate Record:  William W. DULIN married Laueza Jane GARDNER, 16 Aug 1860

In 1860 census shortly after their marriage, William and his wife are listed with their separate families in Wayne county OH.
1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co, OH, page 347b:  Luiza J. DULIN age 16 born OH is living with Reuben [a farmer] and Charlotte GARDNER.

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co, OH, page 347a:  John DULIN age 66 born PA, a farmer , Mary age 54 born Ireland, William age 26 born OH, farm laborer; Sarah A age 25 OH;  Mary age 22;  Eliza age 20 OH;  Thomas age 18 OH, farm laborer;  Robert age 16 OH farm laborer;  Margaret age 68 born PA a widow;  Isadore age 3 OH.

1870 Census, Marion Twp, Monroe Co MO, page 654:  Wm W. DULIN, age 37 OH, farmer; Louisa J, age 27 OH; Zaidee [female], age 9 OH; Louisa, age 7 OH; Harry?, [male] age 4 OH; Alice M, age 4 months IL [born March 1870], Jas. PETTIT, age 25 OH, farm laborer.  [Living next door: H. L. B. DULIN, age 28 OH, farmer; Emma, age 25 VA; Wm R., age 1 IL.  

In the 1880 census: Colfax, Wilson, Kansas: William W. DULIN, age 46 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother born Ireland; Louisa J, wife, age 36 OH, parents born MD; Zadee J, daughter, age 19 OH; Louisa C, daughter, age 17 OH; Ella M, daughter, age 10 IL; Maggie L, age 5 KS; James F, son, age 2 KS; Blanch, age 7 months KS.  [Note child Cricket Olive born 1880 in Kansas]

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, Colfax Twp, Wilson Co, KS, page 64:  William DULIN, age 66 OH, born Sep 1833, married 33 yrs, farmer, parents born OH; Louisa, wife, age 56 OH, born Sep 1843, married 33 yrs, 9 children/7 still living, parents born OH; James, son, age 22 KS, single, born June 1877, farm laborer.  

1910 Census, West Main St, 3rd Ward Chanute, Neosho Co, KS, page 107:  William W. DULIN, age 76 OH, first marriage, married 50 yrs, own income, father born Unknown, mother born Ireland [Column 30 marked UA for military service];  Louisa J, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 50 yrs, ?children/6 still living, parents born MD.  

Dunlap, James   15 Aug 1862
Private Dunlap was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: William DUNLAP
Mother:  Nancy /Agnes Nancy FINLEY [philipcampbell55 at Ancestry.com]
Birth: 1845 OH
Marriage:  Jas R. DUNLAP married Minnie KELLY on 26 Nov 1877 at Amador, California.   [philipcampbell55 at ancestry.com]
Death:   24 Feb 1910  CA
Cemetery:    IOOF [Odd Fellows] Cemetery, Sutter Creek, Amador County, CA
Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo Credits:  Sherrill Stone at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  James R. DUNLAP, Co E 120th OH Inf., CoF 48th OH Inf, Co H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 9 Mar 1894, Application 1156476, Certificate 886574, filed in CA.  Widow applied 5 Apr 1910, Application 939574, Certificate 707110, filed in CA.  James died 24 Feb 1910.  

Parents:  Ohio, County Marriages: William DUNLAP married Agnes FINLY 11 Jan 1830 at Wayne Co OH.  

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 87, Family 88:  William DUNLAP, age 51 Ireland, farmer; Nancy, age 41 Ireland; Margaret, age 19 OH; Thomas, age 18 OH; Adam, age 16 OH; Mary E., age 11 OH; Alexander? [female, but possibly not], age 9 OH; Nancy, age 7 OH; James, age 5 OH; William, age 2 OH; Archabald, age 5 months OH.

 [Note:  Both William and Nancy DUNLAP died in 1852 and are buried at Parks-Briton Cemetery, West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  Archibald died 1921 and is buried at West Salem Cem, Wayne Co OH.  Another son, unknown, died in 1857., age 9.  This must have been William, buried at Parks-Briton Cem.]

Have not found James in 1860.

His brother Alexander:  1860 Census, Sutter Crk PO, Amador Co CA, Dwelling 92, Family 92:  Robert C. DOWNS, age 32 CT, superintendant of quartz mine; John KAVANAH, age 26 Ireland, mining; George ROSSMAN, age 34 NY mining; Crosby G MARTIN, age 24 VT, mining; Joseph USHER, age 30 Ireland, mining; J Fitzgerold, age 25 Ireland, mining; A DUNLAP, age 19 OH, mining; Arthur PETERSON, age 28 Scotland, mining; K SEUCK, age 22 Prussia, mining; John T. HENRY, age 34 Calsulta, black, cooking; William BRAINDON, AGE 19 Missouri, cooking.  

Married to Minnie <1877>  California  California, County Marriages, 1850-1952:  Jas R. DUNLAP married Minnie KELLY on 26 Nov 1877 at Amador, California.  

1880 Census, Church St, Amador City, Amador Co, CA, page 65:  James R. DUNLAP, age 35 OH, dealer in drugs, parents born OH; Minnie, wife, age 20 Ireland, parents born Ireland.

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Township 4, Amador Co, CA, page 109:  James R. DUNLAP, age 55 OH, born May 1845, married 23 yrs, druggist, parents born Ireland;  Minnie, wife, age 40 Ireland, born Nov 1859, married 23 yrs, 2 children/1 still living, parents born Ireland;  William, son, age 18 CA, single, born Nov 1881, at school;  Mary KELLEY, mother in law, age 72 Ireland, widow, born Aug 1827, 10 children/4 still living, parents born Ireland, came to US in 1871, been in US 29 yrs.  

IOOF Cemetery, Sutter Creek, Amador County, CA  :  James R. DUNLAP, 1845-1910, born OH, died California.

1910 Census, Sutter Creek Twp, Township 4, Amador Co, CA, page 120 :  Minnie DUNLAP, widow, age 49 Ireland, own income, parents born Ireland; William H, son, age 28 CA, father born OH, mother born Ireland, druggist in his own store.

Name: James R. Dunlap; Rank blank; Company: H 114th OH Inf; event date 1910
Name:  James R. DUNLAP; Rank blank; Co F 48th OH Inf; Event date 1910
Name: James R. DUNLAP; Rank blank; Co E 120th OH Inf; Event date 1910

 

Eason, Benjamin   15 Aug 1862
Captain Eason was age 40 when he entered service.  He resigned 15 Mar 1863.

Father: Robert EASON
Mother:  Beulah SOOY  [rdieu at Ancestry.com]
Birth:  1822, Wooster township, Wayne Co, OH
Marriage:  1Susan BRANSTETTER, 25 May 1843
2Rebecca Beall WALTER on 21 Nov 1878 in Wayne County OH
Death:   1 Dec 1902, OH
Cemetery:  Wooster Cemetery, Wayne Co OH

 Wooster Cemetery, Wayne Co OH, Section 1

Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

 Pension Index:  Benjamin EASON, E 120th OH, invalid filed 4 Jan 1890, Application 747443, Certificate 551547, filed in OH.  Widow, Rebecca B EASON, filed 1902 Dec 12, Application 774949, Certificate 549405, filed in OH.    

Photo from History of the Lawyers of Wayne County, Ohio, from 1812 to 1900
Benjamin Eason 

This census is Benjamin's father:  1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 380:  Robert EASON, age 54 OH, millwright; Beulah A, age 18 OH; Nancy J, age 14 OH.  However, Family search says his parents are Alexander and Jane.  There is an Alexander, age 48 PA, also on this 1850 census for Plain Twp page 380 who is a farmer.

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 376:  Benjamin EASON, age 29 OH, teacher; Susanna, age 29 MD; Samuel, age 6 OH; Robert, age 5 OH; Benjamin F, age 3 OH.  

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 277:  Benj EASON, age 38 OH, State Senator and farmer; Susannah, age 38 OH; Saml E, age 16 OH, farm laborer; Robert, age 15 OH, farm laborer; Benjamin, age 12 OH; Buleh Ann, age 7 OH.  

1870 Census, 3rd Ward Wooster, Wayne County, OH, page 450:  Benjamin EASON, age 48 OH, lawyer; Susann, age 48 MD; Benjamin, age 22 OH, at school A.H.; Samuel, age 24 OH, lawyer; Buleain, age 17 OH.

From the History of Wayne County, Ohio by Ben Douglass, 1878:
This information is on pages 484 to 489:
Benjamin Eason was born 5 May 1822 in Wooster township, Wayne county OH.  His father was a millwright. At age two Benjamin's family moved to Perry township which is now in Ashland county.  In 1832 they moved to Plain township at Springville.  He continued his studies and did some surveying.  He first taught school at Branstetter District. In the spring of 1850 with his brother, Alexander Eason, "he joined the Dennison company, composed of about forty men, all from Wayne county, and on the 11th of March of said year they left Wooster for California.  The trip was made overland with mule-teams, Mr. Eason appearing on the role as one of the drivers, the party arriving at Placerville, fifty-five miles east of Sacramento, on the Fourth of July, 1850.  Salt Lake city was embraced in the passage, where, much to their amusement, they tarried for four or five days.  In the Golden State he remained until the following winter, mining, trading, speculating, etc. when he returned home by steamer plethoric [full of] with the imbibitions [absorptions] and experiences of frontier life - expansive with the blood-freezing narratives of the '49ers; and with eyes still ablaze with scenes of border bloodshed and lawless cruelty."  It was 1851 when he arrived back home.  Then he was elected Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Wayne County and was re-elected in 1854.  In 1858 he returned to farming but that year was elected to the State Senate from the 28th District.  [Wayne and Holmes counties] He served two sessions, then returned to the farm in 1862 and was commissioned Captain of Company E in the 120th Regiment.
Page 487.....In the spring of 1863, on account of seriously impaired health, Captain Eason resigned his commission, abandoning his command at that point.  Arriving home, he remained upon the farm for a period, assisting nature in her recuperating efforts, and struggling to restore his health.  Not sufficiently recovered to engage in the serverities of farm-labor, but desiring employment, in November, 1864, he purchased the Wayne County Democrat office, conducting it as editor and proprietor............After his reliquishment of journalism he repaired to his country residence once more, where he remained until April, 1870, when he came to Wooster, and with his son, Samuel B., whom he took into partnership with him, entered upon the practice of law; also associating, two years thereafter, his son, B. F. Eason, in said partenership.----------------------
He had been married on 25 May 1843 to Miss Susan Branstetter of Plain Township.  She died 6 Aug 1872.  They had four children: S. B. Eason, B.F. Eason, Robert Eason, and Beulah Eason.  "His life shows him to be a believer in work; he believes in universities, too, but does not assume that a college is a mill that will take in every dunce and grind a genius out of him..........He is of the opinion that men develop and make themselves to a great degree."
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Probate Court Wayne County OH:  Benjamin EASON married Rebecca Beall WALTER on 21 Nov 1878 in Wayne County OH.  

1880 Census, North Walnut St, Wooster, Wayne, OH, page 375:  Benj. EASON, age 57 OH, lawyer, parents born PA; Bealle, wife, age 40 OH, parents born PA; Benj. F., osn, age 31 OH, lawyer, father born OH, mother born PA; Beaulah, daughter, age 26 OH, copyist, father born OH, mother born PA; Ada HESS, age 17 OH, parents born Germany, servant.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Line 48, House 107, Family 114:  Benjamin EASON, Capt, Co E 120th OVI.  Post Office:  Wooster, OH.  

1900 Census, North Walnut St, 3rd Ward Wooster, Wayne County OH, pag 158:  Benjamin EASON, age 78 OH, born May 1822, married 21 yrs, lawyer, father born PA, mother born NJ; Rebecca B, wife, age 58 OH, born June 1841, married 21 yrs, 0 children, father born PA, mother born VA.

Benjamin Eason is buried in Wooster Cemetery, Wayne County OH......1822-1 Dec 1902     [Grave Registration card:  born 1822.  Died 1 Dec 1902.  Died in Wooster.]

Eberhart, Samuel*   14 Oct 1862
Private Eberhart was age 18 when he entered service.  He died on 28 June 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at St. Louis, Missouri, in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, section 2 grave 170.
Father: Daniel EBERHART
Mother:  Rachel DUNCAN
Birth: 1846 PA
Marriage:  
Death:   21, 22, or 28 June 1863 at St. Louis, MO
Cemetery:   Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis Co MO   Eberhart, Samuel , d. 06/22/1863, Plot: 2 0 7062, bur. 06/22/1863
 Photo Credit:  Bobby Remo at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1863:  Samuel EBERHART [written ELERHART] Company E 120th OH Inf.  Died 22 June 1863 at General Hospital Jefferson Barraks, MO, cause: chronic diarrhoea.

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

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  Samuel EBERHART, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.  Died 22 June 1863.  Originally buried at Jefferson Barracks, MO.  Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery Grave no 7062., Section 2.  

Not found on Pension Index.  

There is a note in the Wooster Republican on 3 Sep 1863 that Samuel was the son of Daniel and Rachel Eberhart.  It states that he was a substituted volunteer in Company E, 120th.  It states that he died at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri on 21 June at age 17 years, 5 months and 10 days.

1850 Census, Woodbury Twp, Blair Co, PA, Dwelling 104, Family 110:  Daniel EBERHART, age 36 PA, farmer; Rachel, age 26 PA; Davolt, age 5 PA; Saml [male], age 3 PA; George W?, age 2 PA; Edward, age 1 PA.  

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 269:  Danl EVERHARD, age 41 PA, farmer; Rachael, age 38 PA; Dewalt, age 16 PA; Samuel, age 14 PA; George U, age 12 PA; Edward, age 11 PA; William, age 5 PA; Isaiah, age 4 PA; Mary Catharine, age 2 OH; Harvey H, age 2 months OH.  

1870 census for the soldier's family: Chester Twp, Wayne county OH, page 72:  Daniel EBERHART, age 51 born PA a farmer; Rachel age 48 PA;  Dewalt age 26 PA works on farm;  George age 23 PA, school teacher;  Edward age 21 PA works on farm;  Isaiah age 15 PA works on farm;  MC [female] age 13 OH;  Uriah age 4 OH;  BF or BT [male] age 63 born PA, no occupation.

Brother's Death record in Ohio: File #6196, Dewalt EBERHART died 10 Jan 1918 at Plain Twp, Stark Co OH.  Widowed.  Laborer.  Born 2 Sep 1842 in PA.  Father Daniel EBERHART.  Mother Rachael DUNCAN.  Burial Massillon Cemetery.  Informant Emma S. GRABLE of the Stark Co Infirmary.

Firestone, David   15 Aug 1862
Private Firestone was age 21 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]  
David is listed as a Private in Company E of the 120th at the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors site.
Father: David FIRESTONE
Mother:   Elizabeth RICE
Birth: 24 Jun 1840, Chester Twp, OH
Marriage:  Emaline EMERICK,  Emma EMERICK, 30 Jun 1872, Wayne Co OH.
Death:   24 Feb 1915 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:   Wooster Cemetery, Wayne Co OH
Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Flag holder at Wooster Cemetery verifies David's service in Co E, 120th OVI.  Section 13.

 


1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling ?174?, Family 176:  David R. FIRESTONE, age 42 OH, farmer; Elizabeth, age 40 PA; Lydia, age 15 OH; John, age 14 OH; Rice [male], age 12 OH; David, age 11 OH; Simon, age 8 OH; Solomon, age 7 OH; Jacob, age 6 OH.  [David ?. FIRESTONE married Elizabeth RICE, 26 Jan 1837, Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Chester township, Wayne county, OH, page 326:  Elizabeth FIRESTONE age 49 born PA, widow farmer; John age 24 OH farm laborer; Rice [male] age 22 OH farm laborer; David age 20 OH farm laborer; Simon age 18 OH farm laborer; Soloman age 16 OH farm laborer; Jacob age 14 OH; Peter age 9 OH.  

1870 Census, Chester township, Wayne county, OH, page 64:  Elizabeth FIRESTONE age 39 [actually 59] born PA keeping house; David age 29 OH a farmer; Soloman age 26 OH works on farm; Peter age 19 OH works on farm.

Ohio, County Marriages:  D. R. FIRESTONE married Emma EMERICK, 30 Jun 1872, Wayne Co OH.  

1880 Census, Wooster, Wayne, Ohio, page 363:  David FIRESTONE, age 39 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Emma, wife, age 31 PA, parents born PA; Franklin, son, age 7 OH; Joseph EMRICK,other, age 20 PA, works on farm, parents born PA.  

Emma died in 1895.  

1900 Census, Wooster, Wayne county, OH, page 121:  David R FIRESTONE age 59 born June 1840 in OH, a widower, a farmer; Frank, his son, age 27 born Feb 1873 in OH, single, a stock dealer.

1910 Census, Wooster Twp, Wayne county OH, page 59: Frank FIRESTONE, age 36 OH, father born OH, mother born PA, Mabel E., wife, age 35 first marriage, married 0 yrs, 0 children, father born PA, mother born OH;  David R., father, 68 OH, a widower, parents born OH, column 30 marked UA for military service.  [Can't read the occupations.]
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There is a Civil War soldier Firestone, David R. 1840-1915 buried at Wooster cemetery, Wayne county OH.

Death record in Ohio: File # 11875, David R. FIRESTONE died 24 Feb 1915 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Widowed.  Retired farmer.  Born 24 Jun 1840 in Chester Twp, OH.  Father, David FIRESTONE, born OH.  Mother, Elizabeth RICE, born PA.  Burial Wooster Cem.  Informant, Frank FIRESTONE, of Wooster OH.  

Son's Death record in Ohio:  File # 19118, Frank FIRESTONE died 13 Mar 1933 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Farmer.  Wife, Mable FIRESTONE.  Father, David FIRESTONE, born OH.  Mother, Emaline EMERICK, born OH.  Burial Wooster, OH.  Informant Peter FIRESTONE.  [Frank Thurman FIRESTONE married Mabel Pearl KOBLE, 1 July 1909, Wayne Co OH.  Son of David R. FIRESTONE and Emeling EMERICK.]

Foster, Henry G.   16 Aug 1862
Sergeant Foster was age 21 when he entered service.  He was appointed Corporal 1 June 1863; Sergeant on 22 Oct 1863; transferred to Co. H 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Promoted to 2nd Lieut. 28 Dec 1864.  Mustered out 31 July 1865 by order of War Dept.  
Father:
Mother:  ???M. A.
Birth: 1842
Marriage:  Anna Mary ????HORRELL??
Death:   1890
Cemetery:    Freeport Cemetery, Freeport, Armstrong Co PA
Anna M, 1840-1930.  
Photo Credit:  Alan Saltsman  at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Henry G FOSTER, H 114th OH and E 120th OH.  Widow, Mary A, filed 1891 Mar 17, Application 507299, Certificate 317002 in PA.

??? 1850 Census, Clarion Borough, Clarion Co, PA, Dwelling 45, Family 46:  M. A. FOSTER [female], age 34 PA, ; W. W., [male] age 13 PA; H. G. [male]. age 11 PA;  H. G. [male], age 9 PA; E. A. JOHNSTON [male], age 6 PA; William JOHNSTON, age 5 PA; John JOHNSTON, age 4 PA; Henson JOHNSTON, age 1 PA; Mary JOHNSTON, age 1 PA.

1860 have not found

1870 Census, Allegheny Twp, Westmoreland County, PA, page 16:  Henry G FOSTER, age 29 PA, farmer;  Mary, age 26 PA; John H, age 9 months [born Sep 1869], PA.  

1880 Census, Fairview, Butler County, PA, page 221:  Henry G FOSTER, age 40 PA, oil pumper, parents born PA; Mary H, wife, age 40 PA, parents born PA; John H, son, age 11 PA; Linnie M, daughter, age 5 PA; Andrew J. HORRELL, brother-in-law, age 30 PA, laborer, parents born PA, John T. HORRELL, son, age 1 PA.  

[Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950:  Linnie M. FOSTER married John P. ONCKEN 11 Apr 1899 at Westmoreland Co PA.]  They were living in Westmoreland county in 1900 but Mary was not with them.  

1900 Census have not found.

1910 Census, Water St, Freeport Borough, Armstrong Co PA, Dwelling 587, Family 697:  Mary A. FOSTER, age 65 PA, widow, 2 children/2 still living, parents born PA, nurse private family.  

1920 Census, Market st, Freeport Borough, Armstrong Co PA, Dwelling 381, Family 415:  Mary FOSTER, age 78 PA, widow, parents born PA; Ella BROWN, age [Unknown] PA, sister, widow, parents born PA.  

1930 Census, Harrison, Allegheny Co PA:  John P ONCKEN, age 57 Germany, immigrated 1883, parents born Germany; Linnie M, wife, age 55 PA, parents born PA; John F, son, age 23 PA, single; Esther W., daughter, age 21 PA, single; Carl H., son, age 18 PA, single; Martha, daughter, age 16 PA; Mary A. FOSTER, mother in law, widow, parents born PA, age 89 PA.  

France, Isaac*   15 Aug 1862
Musician France was age 43 when he entered service.  He died 11 Sept 1863 at Carrollton, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Chalmette, Louisiana in Monument Cemetery.  See Louisiana State University record of Union burials at Chalmette National Cemetery:  Listed as J. FRANCIS, Company E of the 120th Ohio, section 88, grave 7297...no death date given.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1819> OH
Marriage:  1Elizabeth Elenor CHAMBERLIN on 27 Jan 1839, Stark Co OH
2Louisa ROE, 4 Aug 1846 Wayne Co OH
Death:   11 Sep 1863, Carrollton, LA
Cemetery: Chalmette National Cemetery, LA.  Chalmette National Cemetery, Union Database: FRANCIS J, Sec 88, Grave 7297, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf, moved from Carrollton Ave Cem, LA.  US Department of Veterans Affairs agrees that this is the soldier of Co E, 120th OH Inf.  
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Joseph Mann at Find a Grave
Listed at:  http://www.civilwarhome.com/chalf.htm

Have not found in Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  Interments at Monument Cemetery New Orleans January, number 4224, J. FRANCIS, Private, Co I 120th OH Inf.  

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  J. FRANCIS, Co E 120 OH Inf.   Chalmette LA National Cemetery, Grave 7297.   Original place of burial Carrolton Ave. N.O. [New Orleans].  

Pension Index:  Isaac FRANCE, Drummer E 120th OH.  Widow Louisa FRANCE, filed 1863 Nov 2, Application 37533, Certificate 133468.

[Possible first wife:  Ohio Marriages, Isaac FRANCE married Elizabeth Elenor CHAMBERLIN on 27 Jan 1839, Stark Co OH.  Elizabeth E. FRANCE, wife of Isaac,  died 22 Apr 1846 and is buried at Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH.  She had a child Dewit G, 1840 - 1840.]

Wayne County Probate Court Marriage Records:  Isaac FRANCE married Louisa ROE on 4 Aug 1846 in Wayne County OH.  ?? The second marriage for Isaac.  There are older children listed in 1860.

1850 not found.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Isaac FRANCE age 41 born OH, a grocer; Lorisa or Lousa age 38 born NY; John L age 19 OH, jour. painter;  Elizabeth E. age 16 OH; Washington W age 13 OH; Anna J age 11 OH; Ezra J age 9 OH; Eliza C age 7 OH; Isaac N age 5 OH; Wm L age 2 OH.   

1870 Census, 4th Ward Peru, Miami County, IN, page 208:  Eliza FRANCE, age 46 NY; Washington, age 23 OH, laborer; Ezra, age 20 OH, laborer; Eliza C, age 16 OH; Newton, age 15 OH; William, age 12 OH.  

1880 Census, Bunker Hill, Pipe Creek Twp, Miami County, IN, page 563:  Louisa FRANCE, age 56 NY, parents birthplace unknown; Newton, son, age 25 OH, painter, father born PA, mother born NY; L William, son, age 31 OH, painter, father born PA, mother born NY.  

??Indiana, Death Index, 1882-1920, City Health Office, Peru, IN:  Louisa FRANCE died 22 May 1890 at Peru, Indiana, age 66, born <1824>.  Says gender Male, but that could be a mistake in the transcription.  

??Indiana, Death Index, 1882-1920, County Health Office, Peru IN:  Newton FRANCE died 3 Jul 1911 at Washington Twp, Indiana, age 58, born <1853>.  

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Frank, Daniel W.   15 Aug 1862
Private Frank was age 21 when he entered service.  He was discharged 8 Jan 1864 at New Albany, Indiana  on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: David FRANK
Mother:  Catherine STINE
Birth: 8 Oct 1842 [obit], Richland Co OH
Marriage:  1Anna J. RHOADS, Medina WI, 1864 [obit]
2Eliza J. FUSSELMAN, Nov 1871 [obit]
Death:   2 May 1919, Medina OH
Cemetery:    Chatham, Medina Co OH
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Jerry Holderfield

 Pension Index:  Daniel W FRANK, E 120th OH, invalid filed 1880 Feb 19, Application 345963, Certificate 244193, no state given.  Pension Card:  Daniel died 2 May 1919 at Medina OH.  

???father???[Ohio, County Marriages:  David FRANKS married Elizabeth HICKMAN, 1 Jan 1839, Wayne Co OH.]
???father???[Ohio, County Marriages:  David FRANKS married Elizabeth HUNTSMAN, 19 Apr 1838, Richland Co OH.]

1850 Census, Homer Twp, Medina Co OH, Dwelling 170, Family 170:  David FRONK, age 34 PA, carpenter; Elizabeth, age 33 PA; Daniel, age 8 OH; Catharine, age 7 OH; Samuel, age 5 OH; Frances [female] OH; David, age 2 OH; Elizabeth, age 6 months, OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 353:  David FRANK, age 46 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 46 PA; Daniel, age 20 OH, farm labor; Catherine, age 18 OH; Samuel, age 16 OH; Phianna [female], age 14 OH; David, age 12 OH; Lydia A, age 10 OH; Mary, age 6 OH.  

The David and Elizabeth FRANK family moved to Medina County.  Daniel and his first wife married and lived in Wisconsin.

1870 Census Homer Twp, Medina County, OH, page 312:  Daniel FRANK, age 29 OH, painter; Ervin A, age 3 WI;  Riley B, age 1 WI. [Note: David and Elizabeth are on the same page in the next dwelling.]

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Daniel W FRANK married Eliza FASSLEMAN on 2 Nov 1871 in Wayne County OH.  

1880 Census, Homer Twp, Medina County, OH, page 296:  Daniel FRANC, age 38 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Eliza, wife, age 31 OH, parents born PA; Irvin, son, age 12 WI, father born OH, mother born NY; Riley B.  son, age 10 WI, father born OH, mother born NY; Effie E, daughter, age 3 OH, parents born OH.  

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Lake Ave, 2nd Ward Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI, page 145:  Daniel FRANK, age ?? born Oct ??, carpenter, born OH, parents born PA; Eliza, wife, age 51 OH, born Nov 1848, married 29 yrs, 3 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Effa, daughter, age 20 OH, single, born Aug 1876; ?????, son, age 15 OH, born Oct 18??.  

Very hard to read.  1910 Census, Lafayette, Medina Co OH, Dwelling 233, Family 235:  Daniel W. FRANK, age 67 OH, married 38 yrs,  general farmer, parents born PA; Eliza, wife, age 61, married 38 yrs, 3 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Effe??, daughter, age 33 OH.  

Death record in Ohio: File # 34691, Daniel W. FRANK died 2 May 1919 at Chatham Twp, Medina Co OH.  Married.  Born 8 Nov 1842 in OH.  Father, David FRANK,born PA.  Mother, born Catherine STINE, born PA.  Burial Chatham on 6 May.  Informant Irvin A. FRANK, of Lodi OH.

Obit in Medina Co Gazette, 16 May 1919

[Note:  History of Medina County and Ohio by Weston Arthur Goodspeed, page 344, in its Military Record of Medina County, states that Daniel FRANK Co E, 120th OVI DIED 8 Jan 1864.  But from other records, that is not correct.]

Wife's Death record in Ohio: File # 34692, Eliza Jane FRANK died 21 May 1919 at Chatham Twp, Medina Co OH.  Widow.  Born 8 Nov 1848 in OH.  Father Erhhart FUSSELMAN, born PA.  Mother, Elizabeth FREYMAN, born PA.  Burial Chatham.  Informant Elias FUSSELMAN, of Lodi, OH.  

Frenalman, Lewis   15 Aug 1862          FUNALMAN, Lewis listed in the 114th Co H.  
Sergeant Frenalman was age 28 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Corporal on 1 June 1863; transferred to Co. H 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864. ??Mustered out 27 Nov 1864, by reason of consolidation.   Sgt. in Co H 114th OH   ????Sgt in 48th OH Inf.[not on roster]  
Father: ?John FUNALMAN
Mother:  ?Christianna ?BERRY
Birth: 18 Feb 1838 [Date calculator]
Marriage:   Anna Eliza ICKS, 5 Sep 1862, Wayne County OH.  
Death:   19 Oct 1887, 49 y, 7 m, 29d
Cemetery:    Fairhaven Cem, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH
 Photo Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Lewis FUNALMAN, E 120th OH.  Widow, Anna E FUNALMAN, filed 1888 Aug 21, Application 378951, Certificate 273419, filed in Ohio

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 11, Family 11:  John HINNALMAN, age 51 PA, farmer; Christena, age 48 PA; Samuel, age 23 OH, farmer; Abagail, age 17 OH; Lewis, age 12 OH; Rachel, age 9 OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 350:  John FUNALMAN, age 62 PA, farmer; Christianna, age 58 PA; Lewis, age 23 OH, farm labor; Rachael, age 18 OH; Jacob, age 8 OH; Mary Ellen, age 7 OH; Susan WEAVER, age 48 PA, serving.  [Note:  Researcher at WorldConnect says mother's maiden name was BERRY.]

Probate Court Wayne County OH:  Lewis FUNALMAN married Eliza ICKS on 5 Sep 1862 in Wayne County OH.  

1870 Census, Dublin Twp, Mercer County, OH, page 65:  Lewis FUNNELMAN, age 34 OH, grocer; Eliza, age 32 OH.  

1880 Census, Shanes Crossing, Dublin Twp, Mercer County,OH, page 388:  Lewis FANALMAN, age 41 OH, grocer, parents born PA; Eliza, wife, age 38 OH, parents born PA.

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Lewis FUNALMAN died 19 Oct 1887, Shanes Crossing, Mercer Co OH, age 49.  Farmer.  Born Wayne Co OH.  Married.  

Grave registration card:  Died Wayne County OH, 19 Oct 1887.  Burial Fairhaven Cem, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH.  Wife Anne E.  

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

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Gardner, George W.*   14 Aug 1862
Private Gardner was age 22 when he entered service.  He died on 28 June 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at St. Louis Missouri, in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery. [Note: have not found there.]

Father:  Reuben GARDNER
Mother:  Charlotte COOK [Family Search]
Birth: <1840>
Marriage:  Adaline STANLEY on 18 Sep 1862 in Wayne Co OH
Death:   28 June 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, MO
Cemetery:    Congress Cem, Wayne county OH
[Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis Co MO:  This GARDNER was from Michigan, Co C 12th Michigan Inf.   Gardner, George W, d. 09/25/1863, Plot: 31 0 2575, bur. 09/25/1863 Jefferson Barracks can't tell me the regiment of this soldier.  ]
Photo Credits:  Susie Holderfield, Congress Cemetery photo.

I have requested a photo of the grave at Jefferson Barracks, MO., at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  George W GARDNER, E 120th OH.  Widow, Adaline GARDNER, filed 1864 July 31, Application 28123, Certificate 11344.  Mother, Charlotte C GARDNER, filed 1884 Aug 14, Application 318498, no certificate number, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Widow filed 23 July 1863.

There is a stone for Civil War soldier Gardner, George W. at Congress cemetery, Wayne county OH.  
The stone is not readable except for the name and it is tipped over off its base.

1850 Census, Dover, Tuscarawas Co OH, Dwelling 1128, Family 1136:  Reuben GARDNER, age 49 MD, farmer; Charlotte, age 43 MD; William P, age 19 OH, laborer; John H, age 15 OH, laborer; Mary E, age 12 OH; George W, age 9 OH; Louisa J, age 6 OH; Levi F, age 3 OH; Lydia, age 1 OH.  

1860 census Congress township, Wayne county OH:  Reuben Gardner age 61 born MD, a farmer; Charlotte age 54 born MD;  George W age 20 born OH; Louiza J. DULIN age 16 OH [See William DULIN above]; Levi age 13 OH.  [Note:  At Family Search, Reuben GARDNER who died in Wayne County OH, married Charlotte COOK on 27 Sep 1827 in Baltimore, MD.]

1880 Census, Penfield, Lorain Co OH, Dwelling 61, Family 67:  John H. GARDNER, age 45 OH, farmer, parents born MD; Catherine W., age 45 OH, parents born PA; Uri F, age 16 OH, farm laborer; Mary J., age 15 OH, dress maker; Lottie C, age 8 OH; Nellie M., age 6 OH; Charlotte C. GARDNER, mother, widowed,  age 74 MD, parents born MD.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  George W. GARDNER married Adaline STANLEY on 18 Sep 1862 in Wayne Co OH.  

Pension Index:  George W GARDNER, E 120th OH.  Widow, Adaline GARDNER, filed 1864 July 31, Application 28123, Certificate 11344.  Mother, Charlotte C GARDNER, filed 1884 Aug 14, Application 318498, no certificate number, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Widow filed 23 July 1863.
Pension at fold3.com:

George died from camp fever and chronic diarrhea on 28 June 1863 at St. Louis MO.  Also given as died at grand Hospital Jefferson Barracks, MO, 27 June 1863 of fever.  Adaline was a resident of Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Adaline STANLEY and George W. GARDNER were married 18 Sep 1862.  George enlisted at Congress.  Died at Grand Hospital, Jefferson Barracks MO on 27 June 1863.  His mother was Charlotte C. GARDNER.  Mother's address 8 Aug 1884 was Lattasburg, Wayne Co OH.  She was a "divorced widow" since fall 1861 and had not remarried.  Her husband Reuben had died April 1879.  It appears that the mother's request for pension was declined.  

Gault, Samuel   15 Aug 1862
Private Gault was age 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.   Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Discharged 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Peter GAULT
Mother:  Susanna GARVER
Birth: 9 JAN 1841, Fayette Co., PA
Marriage:   Anna M[Maria] GROSE, 4 June 1867, Wayne County OH
Death:   30 MAR 1906 in Minot, Ward Co., ND
Cemetery:    Flaxton Cem., Bowbells, Burke Co., ND
Page has been made at Find a Grave and photo requested.

Pension Index:  Samuel GAULT, F 48th, H 114th and E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid, 1884 June 27, Application 516517, Certificate 704052, filed in OH.  Widow, Anna M GAULT, filed 1906 June 19, Application 850887, Certificate 615763, filed in North Dakota.  Pension Card:  Samuel died 1906.  

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 187, Family 189:  Peter GAULT, age 36 PA; Rosanna, age 36 PA; Samuel, age 9 PA; Sarah, age 8 PA; Joseph, age 11 PA; Mary, age 5 PA; Aaron, age 2 PA.
[Peter's first wife:  Susanna GARVER 1814 - 1852; second wife, Rosanna HARTMAN, 1823 - 1891] [Peter, 1814 - 1883.  Peter and Rosanna are buried at Mohican Church of the Brethren Cem, West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  Susanna is buried at Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH.

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 344:  Peter GALT, age 45 PA, farmer; Rosannah, age 38 OH; Saml, age 18 PA; Sarah, age 17 PA, sewing; Mary, age 15 PA; Aaron? [male], age 12 PA; Julia A, age 7 OH; Susan, age 5 OH; George RICKETTS, age 7 OH.  

Family Search:  Samuel GAULT married Anna M GROSE, 4 June 1867, in Wayne County OH.  

1870 Census, Chester Twp,Wayne County, OH, page 58:  Samuel GAULT, age 29 PA, day laborer; A. M. [female] age 25 OH; D.C. [male], age 1 OH; M.R. [female], age 3 months OH, born April 1870; Rebecca BEARD, age 7 OH.  

1880 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 69:  Samuel GAULT, age 39 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Ann, wife, age 35 OH, father born PA, mother born (German); Ida, daughter, age 8 OH; Aaron, son, age 6 OH; Eunice, daughter, age 4 OH; Peter, son, age 2 OH; Edwin, son, age 3 months OH, born Jan 1880.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  McDonald Twp, Jasper Co, MO:  Line 9, House 45, Family 45:  Samuel GAULT, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf.   Post Office:  Avilla, Jasper Co MO.  

1900 Census, Twp 161 Range 89, Ward County, ND, page 76:  Samuel GAULT, age 59 PA, born Jan 1840, farmer, married 33 yrs, parents born PA; Annie, wife, age 45 OH, born Mar 1855, married 33 yrs, 9 children,8 still living, father born PA, mother born Germany; Aaron, son, age 27 OH, born May 1873, single, farmer; Joseph A, son, age 18 OH, born June 1882, single; Eva C, daughter, age 13 Missouri, born Jan 1887.   

Bureau of Land Management record for Burke County North Dakota:
GAULT AARON S 05 163 N 089 W 029 160 272002 PA 2078 10/28/1903
GAULT PETER F 05 163 N 089 W 019 160 251101 PA 1336 05/23/1905
GAULT SAMUEL 05 163 N 089 W 017 120 251101 PA 808 09/16/1904
GAULT SAMUEL 05 163 N 089 W 020 40 251101 PA 808 09/16/1904

1910 Census Lake View Twp, Burke County, ND, page 306:  Aron S GAULT, age 37 OH, first marraige, married 3 yrs, father born PA, mother born OH, general farmer; May V, wife, age 22 MD, first marriage, married 3 yrs, 1 child/1 still living; parents born MD; Mary E, daughter, age 2 ND; Anna M, mother, age 65, widow, 9 children/7 still living, father born PA, mother born Germany.  

Genforum: Samuel GAULT Birth: 9 JAN 1841 in Fayette Co., PA
Death: Minot, Ward Co., ND
Burial: Flaxton Cem., Bowbells, Burke Co., ND [Note: or Carter Twp] This page
http://files.usgwarchives.org/nd/burke/cemetery/burkea_m.txt lists both Anna Maria and Samuel GAULT.

Gault, William G.   15 Aug 1862
Private Gault was age 32 when he entered service.  He was discharged on 25 June 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Samuel GAULT
Mother:  Rebecca MONTGOMERY  [jlbaker47 at Ancestry.com]
Birth: Sep 1828 PA
Marriage:  Margaret HAUTZ/HONSE/HANTZ, 5 Oct 1852, Medina Co, OH.
Death:   23 Jun 1906 at Carlisle, Lorain, OH
Cemetery:    South Murray Ridge Cemetery, Carlisle Twp, Lorain Co OH
Cemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Christine Noga at Find a Grave
This couple is buried in Lorain County [Lorain County Genweb], Carlisle Twp, Lorain County, South Murray Ridge Cemetery, corner of Murray Ridge Rd and Russia Rd.          Margaret GAULT, wife of W.G. 1833-1894.  W.G. GAULT Co E, 120 Ohio Inf.

Pension Index:  William G GAULT, E 120th OH.  Invalid filed 1864 Aug 19, Application 50206, Certificate 34004, no state given.  Pension Card:  William died 1906.

Researcher says this is William 1850 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 305, Family 305:  Christopher KESLER/KESTER, age 22 PA, carpenter; Israel IRVIN, age 19 PA; Jacob CHUP, age 21 PA; John SCOTT, age 18 OH; William GAUT, age 21 PA; Joel SHIVELEY, age 24 OH; Hiram WALTON, age 20 OH; Susanna WALTONA, age 22 OH.  

Researcher says these are Wm's parents:  next door is  1850 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 306, Family 306:  Samuel GAUT, age 50 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 46 PA; Mary, age 22 OH; Mathew, age 16 OH; Harriet, age 14 OH; Vententia [female], age 8 OH.  [1860 Census, post office Golden Corners, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 919, Family 917:  Samuel GAUT, age 61 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 57 PA; Valenzy, age 18 OH.]

Ohio Marriages:  William GALT married Margaret HONSE, 5 Oct 1852, Medina Co, OH.  He was 21.  She was 18.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH,  page 341:  Wm GALT, age 30 PA, carpenter; Margaret, age 26 OH; Thomas S, age 7 OH; George W, age 5 OH; Margaret L, age 3 OH; William L, age 3 months OH.

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 149:  W.G. GAULT, age 39 PA, grocer man; Margret, age 35 OH; Thomas, age 17 OH; George, age 15 OH; Margret, age 13 OH; William, age 10 OH; Netta, age 4 OH; Peola? [male], age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Carlisle, Lorain County, OH, page 395:  William GAULT, age 51 PA, huckster, parents born PA; Margrett, age 47 OH, wife, father born PA, mother born OH; George W, son, age 26 OH, brick maker; Prola F, son, age 12 OH; Lily O, daughter, age 6 OH.  [Note:  A To Zak, dictionary, says that a huckster is a traveling street peddler.]

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Carlisle Twp, Lorain Co OH:  Line 30, House 116, Family 119:  GAULT, William G, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, post office Elyria, OH.  Injury to spine and hip joint.  

1900 Census, Carlisle Twp, Lorain Co OH, Dwelling 304, Family 313:  Thomas GAULT, age 47 OH, born Apr 1853, married 27 yrs, day laboerer, father born PA, mother born OH; Jennie M, wife, age 47 IN, born Apr 1853, married 27 yrs, 5 children/4 still living, parents born IN; James, son, age 17 OH, single, born Oct 1882, day laborer; [scratched off, Frederick, son, age 14 OH, born July 1885; William, father, age 71 PA, widow, born Sep 1828, parents born PA, no occupation listed.  

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  William GAULT died 23 Jun 1906 at Carlisle, Lorain, OH.  Age 78.  Born 1828.  Widowed.  Laborer.  

Son's death record:  Ohio, Deaths:  William Loyd GAULT died 2 Jan 1921 at Spencer, Medina Co OH.  Born 29 sep 1860 at Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Burial Black River.  Father William GAULT, born PA.  Mother Margaret HAUTZ, born OH.  

Geissinger, Henry W.   17 Sept 1862
Private Geissinger was age 44 when he entered service.  He was discharged 22 March 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Philip GUISINGER
Mother:  Sarah Ann SALES  [Lipstiklady at Ancestry.com]
Birth: <1815> PA
Marriage:  1Catherine ALBERT, 2 Jul 1835, Stark Co OH
2 Rebecca REID, R. L. A. REID 11 Feb 1856 in Wayne county OH
Death:   5 Aug 1879, West Salem, Wayne Co OH  [pdlanger at Ancestry.com]
Cemetery:    Lodi Cemetery, Lodi, Medina Co OH
Henry GeissingerPhoto Credit:  Mike McCann, medinacountygraves at Find a Grave

Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1897- 1903:  Henry W. GEISSINGER, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf., Cemetery: Lodi in Lodi, Medina Co OH.  Died 5 Aug 1879.  Contract dated 8 July 1887.  

Pension Index:  Henry W GEISSINGER, E 120th OH.  Widow, Rebecca GEISSINGER, filed 1881 Nov 22, Application 287753, Certificate 216359

Ohio, County Marriages:  Henry GISSINGER married Catherine ALBERT, 2 Jul 1835, Stark Co OH.  

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwellings 74-75, Families 75-76:  Henry W. GEISINGER, age 35 PA, tailor; Catharine, age 37 MD; ?Wilson, age 14 OH; Samuel H, age 13 OH; [next page] Elias D, age 12 OH; Jacob S?, age11 OH; ?Margert E [female], age 9 OH; John, age 6 OH; James, age 4 OH; Elmira, age 3 OH; Levi E., age 1 OH.

Wayne County Probate Court marriage Records:  Henry W.. GEYSINGER married R. L. A. REID 11 Feb 1856 in Wayne county OH.  This may have been Rebecca.

1860 census Congress township, Wayne county OH:  Henry W GEISINGER age 45 born PA, a tailor; Rebecca age 28 born OH; John age 17 OH, farm worker; James age 15 OH, farm worker; Ezra age 11 OH; Hiraim A age 9 months OH.

1870 census Congress township, Wayne county OH:  Henry GEISINGER age 55 born PA, tailor; Rebecca age 37 OH; Frances [female]age 8 OH; Mary A age 6 OH; Henrietta age 4 OH; Charles W age 1 OH.

Henry died 5 Aug 1879.

1880 Census West Salem, Wayne, OH. page 154: Rebecca GEISINGER, age 49 OH, father born NY, mother born CT; Francis, daughter, age 19, teacher; Mary A, daughter, age 16 OH; Henrietta, daughter, age 14 OH; Charles N, son, age 12 OH; Olive A, daughter, age 6 OH; Emma E, daughter, age 3 OH; Harry N or Henry N, age 64 PA, shoemaker, no relationship listed, parents born PA.  For the children, their father is listed as born in PA and their mother in CT, which I think might be a mistake by the census taker.

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Son's Death record in Ohio:  File # 5122, Levi Ezra GEISSINGER died 28 Jan 1912 at Bloominggrove Twp, Richland Co OH.  Married.  Laundry man.  Born 29 May 1849 in OH.  Father Wilson Henry GEISSINGER, born PA.  Mother Catherine ALBERTS, born MD.  Burial Rome Cem.  Informant Mrs. Emma GEISSINGER, of Shelby OH.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:   File # 48824, Henrietta ROOT died 12 Aug 1945 at her residence, 259 Franklin, Kent, Portage Co OH.  Widow.  Husband Louis B.  Born 13 July 1866 at West Salem OH.  Father Henry GEISINGER, born US.  Mother Rebecca REID, born Lisbon OH.  Burial Kent.  

Son's Death Record in OH:  James GEISSINGER died 28 Apr 1913, Columbus, Franklin Co OH.  Born 13 Nov 1844 OH.  Sanitary officer.  Married.  Father Henry GEISSINGER born PA.  Mother Catherine ALBERT, born MD.  

Green, Thomas   28 Sept 1862        Thomas W. GREEN
Private Green was age 44 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]
The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors site has him listed as a Private in this company.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1818>
Marriage:  
Death:   28 Mar 1877, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:   

Pension Card:  Thomas W. GREEN, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Deserted Dec 18, 1862.  Widow, Mary GREEN, applied 26 May 1880, Application 266065, no certificate.  Thomas died 28 Mar 1877.  

???1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 1458, Family 1444: Thomas W. GREEN, age 52 OH, miller; Mary, age 53 PA; Mary, age 18 OH; Sarah, age 16 OH; Anna, age 11 OH; Henry, age 10 OH.  [neighbor is Wm GREEN, age 23 OH, ?engineer, and family Elizabeth and Selestia.]

Ohio Deaths And Burials:  T. W. GREEN died 28 Mar 1877, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, or Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH.

 

Grunder, Henry   9 Oct 1862
Private Grunder was age 23 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: Henry GRUNDER
Mother:  Margaret STRAND
Birth: 9 Mar 1839, Alsace, France
Marriage:  Catharine SPROW, 20 sep 1866, Seneca OH
Death:   3 Jan 1912, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:   Jackson Presbyterian cemetery, Wayne county OH

Civil War soldier Grunder, Henry 1839-1912 buried at Jackson Presbyterian cemetery, Wayne county OH.

 Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Pension Index:  Henry GRUNDER, E 120th OH, invlid filed 30 June 1880, Application 405296, Certificate 317920.  Widow, Catherine, filed 1912 Jan 29, Application 979286, Certificate 737385, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Henry died 3 Jan 1912.  

1850 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 31; Family 31:  Henry GRUNDER, age 52 Germany; Leana, age 45 Germany; Leana, age 17 Germany; Louisa, age 15 Germany; Catherine, age 12 Germany; Henry, age 10 Germany.  

For this 1860 Census, use Heritage Quest for a very readable copy and look in the index for SUNDER.  Both HQ and Ancestry have it listed as SUNDER.  
1860  Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 864, Family 864:  Henry BRUNDER, age 63 France, farmer; Magdelena, age 27 France; Henry, age 21 France, farmer.  

Seneca Co Probate Court record:  Henry GRUNDER married Catharine SPRAW on 20 sep 1866 in Seneca OH.  

1870 Census, Heinz GRUNDER, age 27 OH,  is listed in Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH on page 35, but it is so difficult to read that I can't find him on either page and so I don't know if this is the right person.

1880 census Canaan, Wayne, OH:  Henry GRUNDER, age 40 Prussia, farmer, parents born Prussia; Catharine,wife, age 33 OH, parents born Prussia; Clara E. GRUNDER, daughter, age 12 OH, parents born OH; Leo Henry, son, age 9 OH, father born Prussia, mother born OH; Charles, age 8 OH, father born Prussia, mother born OH; Franklin, son, age 3 OH, father born Prussia, mother born OH; Riley A., son, age 2 OH, father born Prussia,mother born OH; Henry J. ROCK, other, single, age 20 PA, farm hand, parents born PA.  

1890 Veterans Schedule: Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 49, House 475, Family 491:  Henry GRUNDER, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf.   Post Office:  Creston, Wayne Co OH.  Disability:  chronic diarrhoea, liver complaint.  

 Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia. [Wayne County version] published in 1885 page 509 Canaan Twp. section:
Henry Grunder entered the army at Mansfield, Ohio, October 9, 1862, as a private in Company E, 120th Ohio Volunteer Infamtry, 1st brigade, 4th division, 13th army corps.  Like so many of the soldiers of this part of the army, Mr. Grunder served his country much of the time by patient endurance of the sickness and impaired health that resulted from the exposure and general unhealthfulness of the locations in which the necessities of the war compelled the army to encamp.  The active part of his career was spent upon the Mississippi river, beginning with the battle of Chickasaw Bluffs, and continuing through the engagements of Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, siege of Vicksburg, siege of Jackson, and the return from Jackson to Vicksburg.  After Mr. Grunder was taken sick with chronic diarrhea, and from August, 1863, to January, 1864, was in the convalescent Hospital at New Orleans.  In the latter month he returned to his regiment, then stationed at Plaquemine, Louisiana, not entirely recovered, but able for light duty.  In the spring of 1864, he entered upon the Red River camp, and at Snaggy Point fell into the hands of the Confederates, and was taken to Camp Ford, Texas. The battle at this place occurred May 3, 1864, and until May 17, 1865, his abiding place was the open field, for the most part, and the crudest of pens the shelter from the storms of winter.  After his parole, Mr. Grunder was sent to New Orleans, where he drew new clothing, as his first necessity.  His discharge from the army was given at Columbus, Ohio, June 7, 1865.  He is a member of the Given Post, No. 133, GAR.  His birthplace was Alsace, France, his parents were Henry and Margaret (Strand) Grunder, and he was born March 9, 1839.  Catharine Sprow, a native of Seneca county, Ohio, was born April 11, 1847, her parents were Jacob and Saloma (Weimer) Sprow.  In Tiffin, Ohio, September 20, 1866, she became the wife of Henry Grunder; the marriage ceremony was performed by Jerry Good, Esq.  The children of this marriage are:  Clara E., born December 13, 1868; Leo H., January 12, 1871; Charles W., February 22, 1873; Franklin N., August 15, 1875; Riley E., February 21, 1878; Solon S., October 15, 1880; and Florence May, May 23, 1883.  Mr. Grunder is engaged in farming; his postoffice address is Madisonburg, Ohio.  

1900 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 292, Family 294:  Henry GRUNDER, born Mar 1839, age 61 Germany, married 33 yrs, parents born Germany, came to US in 1842,  been in US 58 yrs.  farmer;  Catherine, wife, born Apr 1847, age 53 OH, married 33 yrs, 9 children/8 still living, parents born Germany; Charles W, son, age 27 OH, born Feb 1873, single, farmer; Rila E, son, age 22 OH, single, born Feb 1878, farmer; Florence M, daughter, age 17 OH, bon May 1883; Roy, son, age 13 OH, born Oct 1886.  

1910 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 427, Family 439:  Henry GRUNDER, age 71 Germany, first marriage, married 43 yrs, parents born Germany, came to US in 1842, naturalized, has own income, not marked for service in Civil War; Catherine, wife, age 63 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, 8 children/8 still living, parents born Germany; Charles W, son, age 37 OH, single, farm laborer on home farm; Roy S, son, age 23 OH, single, teacher in public school.  

 Wooster Daily News, 3 Jan 1912, page 1
HENRY GRUNDER PASSES AWAY
Henry Grunder, aged 73 years, a veterean of the Civil war, died Wednesday morning at his home in Canaan township, eight miles north of Wooster.  Dropsy was the cause of death, Mr. Grunder having been ill for many months.  His aged wife who survives him, is also in very poor health. Besides the wife eight children, two of whom are at home, survive.
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Death record in Ohio:  File # 6009?, Henry GRUNDER died 3 Jan 1912 at Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Farmer.  Married.  Born 9 Mar 1833 [incorrect?] in France.  Father, Henry GRUNDER Jr., born France. Mother Mrs. STRONG, born France.  Burial Jackson Cem.  Informant C?.W. GRUNDER, of Creston, OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio: File # 69260, Kathryn GRUNDER died 18 Dec 1912 at Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.  Born 11 Apr 1847 in OH.  Father, Jacob SPROW, born Germany.  Mother, ? WEINER, born Germany.  Burial Jackson Cem.  Informant, Roy S. GRUNDER, of Creston OH.  

See the notebook at Wayne County Public Library in Wooster for more information.  
R929.2 G924g  Grunder: A Partial Record of Henry Grunder, II Family

Hagens, William  17 Sept 1862          HAGANS
Private Hagens was age 22 when he entered service.  He was discharged on 24 Mar 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Cornelius HAGANS  [Lo Marie at Find a Grave]
Mother:  
Birth: 16 Jun 1838, Wayne Co OH [Lo Marie at Find a Grave]]
Marriage:  ?Elisabeth FAUSLER, 17 May 1868, Wayne Co OH
Death:   12 Dec 1911, MI
Cemetery:   Woodland Cem, Monroe, Monroe Co, MI
William Hagans at Woodland Cemetery, Monroe Co MIPhoto Credit:  Lo Marie at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  William HAGANS, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid file 24 June 1875, Application 205361, Certificate 219402 .  Widow filed 15 Jan 1912, Certificate 978393, Certificate 737700, filed in Michigan.  William died 12 Dec 1911.  

Not on Headstone Applications that are available at Ancestry.com.

Have not found in 1850 Census.

1860 Census, Morgan Twp, Knox Co OH, Dwelling 831, Family 827:  Edw HAGGINS, age 46 IL, farmer; Margaret, age 47 OH; Alice, age 23 PA; Amanda, age 20 OH; Wm, age 22 OH, carpenter; Henry, age 12 OH; R. W. HARDING, age 12 OH; Joseph BRITTON, age 11 OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  William HAGENS married Miss Elisabeth FAUSLER, 17 May 1868, Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 251, Family 263:  William HAGINS, age 32 OH, farmer; Elizabeth, age 33 PA; Mauda, age 12 OH; Daniel, age 8 OH.  

1880 Census, Raisinville, Monroe Co MI, Dwelling 198, Family 201:  William HAGANS, age 42 OH, farming, parents born PA; Elizabeth, wife, age 44 PA, parents born PA; Daniel A, son, age 18 OH, works at home; Arthur E, son, age 9 OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Monroe Twp, Monroe Co, MI:  Line 14, House 110, Familyv 115:  William HAGANS, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf.   Post Office, Monroe City, Monroe Co MI.  Disability: chonic diarrhoea contracted in the service.  

1900 Census, 360 2nd St,  Monroe, Ward E, Monroe Co MI, Dwelling 356, Family 370:  William HAGAN, age 61 OH, born June 1838, married 32 yrs, parents born PA, farmer; Elizabeth, wife, age 65 PA, born Jan 1835, 4 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Caroline BURG, servant, age 17 MI, single, born May 1883, parents born MI, housework.  

1910 Census, 1013 Elus? Ave., Monroe Ward 4, Monroe Co, MI, Dwelling 251, Family 251:  William HAGANS, age 70 OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, parents born PA, own income, Column 30 marked for military service;  Elizabeth, wife, age 74 PA, second marriage, married 45 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Thelma, grand daughter, age 13 MI, father born OH, mother born MI.  

Hartman, Alexander A.*   15 Aug 1862
Private Hartman was age 30 when he entered service.  He died on 9 Sept 1863 at Bridgeport, Ohio.   [Bridgeport is in Belmont county near Wheeling, WV.]  No burial information given in the Roll of Honor.
Father: Samuel HARTMAN
Mother:  Marie Eve WHONSETTLER,
Birth: <1832> OH
Marriage:  Sarah ZUVER, 28 Aug 1853, Wayne County OH
Death:   9 Sept 1863, Canaan Twp, Bridgeport [former name of Burbank, Canaan Twp], Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:    Rumbaugh Cem, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

Pension Index:  Alexander A HARTMAN, E 120th OH.  Widow, Sarah HARTMAN, filed 1863 Oct 26, Application 37015. Minor pension filed, R. CAMPBELL guardian, 1864 Dec 2, Application 74297, Certificate 50473 .  No state given.

1850 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 146, Family 146:  Samuel HARTMAN, age 41 PA, farmer; Eve, age 36 PA; Alexander, age 19 OH; Larania [female], age 17 OH; Elmira, age 15 OH; Hiram, age 13 OH; Ephraim, age 11 OH; Samuel, age 6 OH; Jasper, age 3 OH; Francis, [male], age --- OH.  [Member of LDS at Family Search:  Samuel T. HARTMAN married Marie Eve WONSETLAR on 2 Nov 1829 in Washington Co PA.]

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Alexander A HARTMAN married Sarah ZUVER on 28 Aug 1853 in Wayne County OH.  

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 305:  Saml T. HARTMAN, age 51 PA, farmer; Eve, age 48 PA; Ephraim, age 20 OH; Samuel, age 16 OH; Jasper N, age 15 OH; Francis, age 9 OH; Franklin, age 7 OH.  

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 305:  Alexd HARTMAN, age 28 OH, sawyer; Sarah, age 29 OH; William A, age 4 OH; Eugene, age 2 OH.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Sarah HARTMAN married Robert CAMPBELL on 9 Jun 1864 in Wayne County OH.

1870 Census, South Haven Twp, Van Buren County, MI, page 542:  Robert CAMPBELL, age 35 PA, lumberman; Sarah, age 38 PA; Eugene HARTMAN, age 12 OH; Levy??? [could be Lizzie] [female] HARTMAN, age 9 OH; Jennie CAMPBELL, age 3 MI.  

1880 Census, Wooster, Wayne County OH, page 378:  Robt. CAMPBELL, age 45 PA, patent wright man, parents born Ireland; Sarah, wife, age 49 PA, parents born PA; Lizzie HARTMAN, stepdaughter, age 20 OH father born OH; Jennie CAMPBELL, daughter, age 13 MI.    [Note:  It appears that both of Alexander's sons, William and Eugene, were living up in Michigan in 1880 in the same house.  South Haven Twp, Van Buren Co, MI, page 586:  Wm A. HARTMAN, age 25 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Eunice, wife, age 23 OH, father born VA, mother born OH; Eugene A, brother, age 23 OH, teacher, parents born PA.  ]

 ????Brother's Death record in Ohio:   File # 12884, Ephraim D. HARTMAN died 9 Feb 1930 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Widower of Margaret HARTMAN.  Retired minister.  Born 21 Nov 1840.  Father Samuel HARTMAN, born PA.  Mother Mary WHONSETTLER, born PA.  Burial Wooster Cem.  Informant Roy M. HARTMAN, of Wooster OH.  

Pension at fold3.com:

Alexander enrolled in the 120th at Chester Twp., Wayne Co OH.

Widow, Sarah A., and Alexander had been married 28 Aug 1853 by Andrew Klingle, minister of the Gospel.  She was Miss Sarah ZUVER.

Widow got no pension.  She remarried Mr. Robert CAMPBELL, 9 June 1864, by D. Ecker, in Wayne Co OH.
 Children of Alexander A. HARTMAN:  William A, born 29 Sep 1855; Eugene A., born 5 Oct 1857;  Lizzie L., born 19 July 1860.    Guardian: Robert CAMPBELL Esq. Residence Wayne Co OH, Post Office Burbank.  Alexander's widow married Robert Campbell on 9 Jun 1864.  Samuel M CAMPBELL and John C CAMPBELL were witnesses on Robert's affidavit.  

William S. Allen was the attending physician at the birth of Eugene HARTMAN on 5 Oct 1857 at Cedar Valley [is in Chester Twp, Wayne, OH].  

F. A. Warring was the attending physician at the birth of William Alfred HARTMAN on 29 Sep 1855 at West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  

A. S. Sampsel was the attending physician at the birth of Luella HARTMAN on 19 July 1860 at Cedar Valley, Wayne Co OH.  [This must be Lizzie.]

Alexander died at Canaan Twp, Wayne Co, OH on 9 Sep 1863.  Furlough for 30 days dated 14 Aug 1863 for chronic diarrhea.  Captain Eason testified that Alexander was in good health until after the battle of Chickasaw Bluffs in Dec 1862, when from exposure he took sick and remained sick until his discharge in March 1863.  Attending physician testified that Alexander came home sick and died 9 Sep 1863 of congestive chills and chronic diarrhea in about two weeks after his return.  He was greatly emaciated when he arrived.  

Physician Malancthon HOAG, resident of Lodi, Medina Co.
"..he was called as a conselling physician in the case of Alexander A. Hartman during this last illness of said Alexander A Hartman deceased a private in Co 'E' 120h Regt O.V.I.  That said Hartman died at Bridgeport [former name of Burbank, Canaan Twp], Wayne Co Ohio on the 9th day of September A.D. 1863 of a complication of disease the most prominent features were congestive chills and chronic diarrhea contracted in the United States service having returned home from said service about two weeks previous to his death on sick furlough being very feeble and greatly emaciated when he arrived at home.  Affiant lived with in four miles of said Hartman......"
Physician William S. Allen, resident of Bridgeport, Wayne Co OH, was also in attendance in Alexander's last illness.  

Furlough paper, Millikens bend, 14 Aug 1863.:  Permission to go to Canaan, Wayne Co OH from 14 Aug to 14 Sept 1863 at which time he was to rejoin his Regiment at Vicksburg.  Alexander HARTMAN, age 30, 5'9", dark complexion, dark hair, was a farmer, born in OH, enlisted at Chester Twp on 13 Aug 1862.  

1 Oct 1866  Daniel WHONSETLER, age 66, of Wayne Co OH, post office Wooster,  to be guardian of the minor children.  Witnessed by Philip WHONSETLER.  

Hight, George W.,  13 Aug 1862     George Washington HIGHT / HITE
Private Hight was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.    
Father: John HIGHT
Mother:  Sarah FISHER
Birth: 10 July 1840, Wayne Co OH  [not sure about the year]
Marriage:  Sarah MOURER, 19 Jan 1865, Wayne County OH
Death:   25 Apr 1922, Old Soldier's Home, Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH
Cemetery:  Hazzard Cem, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH

Stone Photo Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Pension Index:  George W HIGHT, E 120th, H 114th, F 48th OH Inf, invalid filed 1886 Feb 5, Application 561184, or 560184, Certificate 399512.  No state given.  Pension Card:  George died 25 Apr 1922 at West Salem, OH [mailing address maybe...didn't die there.]

1850 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 273, Family 277:  John HIGHT, age 27 PA, laborer; Sarah, age 23 PA; Delila, age 8 or 9 OH; George, age 6 OH; Jeremiah, age 4 OH.  [parents:  Ohio Marriages:  John HITE married Sarah FISHER, 25 Nov 1841, Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 849, Family 845:  John HEIT, age 43 PA, day laborer; Sarah, age 37 PA; Delila, age 18 OH; Geo W, age 15 OH; [next page] Jeremiah, age 13 OH; Martha THOMPSON, widow, age 69 PA.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  George HITE married Sarah MOURER on 19 Jan 1865 in Wayne County OH.  

1870 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 653:  Washington HITE, age 26 OH, day laborer; Sarah, age 3[sic] OH; Wilson M, age 1 OH; John W BYERS, age 12 OH.  

1880 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 77:  Washington HITE, age 35 OH, laborer, parents born PA; Sarah, wife, age 44 OH, parents born PA; Wilson, son, age 11 OH, parents born OH; Harlin, son, age 5 OH, parents born OH; Celestia V, daughter, age 2 OH, parents born OH; John W GAST, stepson, age 22 OH, laborer, parents born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 2, House 539, Family 577:  George W. HITE, Pvt, Co F 48th OH Inf.   Post Office:  West Salem, Wayne Co OH.

1900 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 136:  Geo W. HITE, age 57 OH, born Sep 1842, married 31 yrs, day laborer, parents born PA; Sarah, wife, age 62 OH, born July 1837, married 31 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, parents born PA; Wilson M, son, age 30 OH, single. born July 1869, hossler; Harlen J?, son, age 26 OH, single, born Apr 1874, house painter; Celestia, daughter, age 22 OH, single, born Apr 1878; John W GAST, step-son, age 41 OH, single, born Dec 1858, parents born OH, day laborer; Celia B HITE, granddaughter, age 1 OH, born June 1898, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Greely St, West Salem, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 146:  George W. HITE, age 67 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, parents born PA, day labor; Sarah, wife, age 72 OH, first marriage, married 34? yrs, 4 children/3 still living, parents born OH; Wilson M, son, age 40 OH, single, horse trainer, parents born OH; John W GAST, step son, age 54, machinist Dayton firm.  [Note: Column 30 looks like it is marked for military service for George.]  [Note:  If this is the first marriage for both George and Sarah, how can George have a step son?]

1920 Census, West Salem, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 134:  Charles W McBRIDE, age 26 OH, banker, parents born OH; Bessie M, wife, age 28 OH, banker, parents born OH; W.H. HITE, head 2, age 48 OH, single, liveryman, parents born OH; G.W. HITE, father, age 75 OH, widower, parents born OH, no occupation.

Grave Registration Card:  also in Co F of the 48th OVI.  Born 1840.  Died 1922 in Wayne County OH.  Burial Hazzard Cemetery, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH.  Also spelled HITE.

Death record in Ohio:  File # 21908, George W. HIGHT died 25 Apr 1922 at Old Soldier's Home, Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH.  Widower.  Laborer.  Born 10 July 1840 in Wayne Co OH.  Father John HIGHT, born PA.  Mother, Sarah FISHER, born PA.  Burial West Salem OH.  

Hoegner, John W.*   29 Sept 1862
Private Hoegner was age 18 when he entered service.  He died on 21 Nov 1863 in New Albany, Indiana of wounds received in a riot.[date not given].       [New Albany is in Floyd county, Indiana.]  [There is another record of John W. Hoegner, age 20, who enlisted in Co I 102nd OH Inf. on 6 Sep 1862, then mustered out on 29 Sep 1862 and enlisted again on 29 Sep 1862.  I believe this is the same soldier.  I don't believe that his father was the soldier in the 102nd.]
The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at New Albany, Indiana.
Father: William HOEGNER
Mother:  Maria MANDERBAUGH
Birth: <1842> OH
Marriage:  
Death:   21 Nov 1863 in New Albany, IN  
Cemetery:    New Albany, Floyd Co, IN  [There is a national cemetery there, but John HOEGNER is not listed.]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  John W. HOEGNER, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 21 Nov 1863 at General Hospital No 11 New Albany IN, cause: acute meningitis.  

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

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

Pension Index:  John W HOEGNER, E 120th OH.  Mother, Maria HOEGNER, filed 1890 Oct 11, Application 487443, no certificate, filed in Kansas.  

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 317:   William HEGNER, age 38 Germany, farmer; Maria, age 34 PA; James, age 10 OH; John, age 8 OH; Edward, age 6 OH; Sarah, age 4 OH; Mary M, age 5 months OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 350:  John W HEGNER, age 47 Germany, farmer; Maria, age 43 PA; John W, age 18 OH; James, age 20 OH, ap. tanner;  Edward, age 17 OH, ap. tanner; Sarah, age 14 OH; Mary M, age 11 OH; Aaron B, age 6 OH.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File # 46021, Mary Magdalene FALCONER died 3 July 1926 at Harrisville Twp, Medina Co OH.  Married to Archeleus FALCONER.  Born 7 Mar 1850 at Wayne Co OH.  Father, William HOEGNER, born Germany.  Mother MANDERBAUGH, born PA.  Burial Woodlawn Cem.  Informant, Mrs. F. W. DAGUE, of Lodi OH.  

Holmes, Franklin   15 Aug 1862
Corporal Holmes was age 18 when he entered service.  His date of appointment to Corporal not given; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: Jacob HOLMES
Mother:  Christina WEAVER
Birth: 4 Feb 1844, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   Clara J HARBAUGH, 14 Jun 1868, Wayne County OH.
Death:   4 Nov 1927 at Pleasant Lake, IN
Cemetery:  Ashland Cem, Ashland, Ashland County OH
Stone Photo Photo Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Transcription of that cemetery shows Clara J HOLMES 1844 to 1916 and shows Franklin, but that transcription does not have military service noted.   

Pension Index:  Franklin HOLMES, E 120th OH, invalid filed 1880 June 26, Application 402437, Certificate 232545, no state given.  Pension Card:  Franklin died 4 Nov 1927 at Pleasant Lake, IN.  

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 15, Family 15:  Jacob HOLMES, age 36 PA, farmer; Christianna, age 33 PA; Noah, age 12 OH; Harriet, age 8 OH; Franklin, age 6 OH; Allen, age 4 OH; Phoeba A., age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 353:  Jacob HOLMES, age 46 PA, farmer; Christiana, age 43 PA; Noah, age 22 OH, farm laborer; Harriet, age 18 OH; Franklin, age 16 OH; Allen, age 14 OH; Phebe A, ag 11 OH; Eve, age 9 OH; Rachael, age 6 OH.

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Franklin HOLMES married Clara J HARBAUGH, on 14 Jun 1868 in Wayne County OH.

1870 Census Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 133:  Frank HOLMES, age 26 OH, farmer; Clara, age 26 OH; Netta, age 1 OH; M HARBAUGH [female], age 12 OH.  

1880 Census Congress Twp, Wayne county, OH, page 140:  Franklin HOLMES, age 36 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Clara, wife, age 36 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Nettie Floy, daughter, age 11 OH; Janie G, daughter, age 8 OH; Clide M, son, age 2 OH.  

 Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia [Wayne county OH version]page 502 in the Congress Township section:
Franklin Holmes was three years a soldier, a member of Company E, 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  His regiment took the field toward the close of 1862, but he enlisted August 14, 1862, at Congress, mustering into service at Camp Mansfield in the following month.  The battles in which he participated include Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas Post, Thompsons Hill, Champion Hills, the assaults on Vicksburg, previous to the surrender of that citadel, and all a part of the two campaigns which forced the surrender.  Then after the battle of Jackson the regiment went into Louisiana.  At Youngs Point, that State, Mr. Holmes was taken sick with camp fever and dysentery, and so many were sick of his regiment that the hospital was full, and he had to lie in his tent, with four others sick, and a nurse was detailed to care for them.  When on Banks' Red River expedition he was captured with the City Belle [steamer], at Snaggy Point.  He had nearly effected his escape, having, when the steamer was disabled, jumped into the water and waded down about a mile, and with some others seized a small skiff, which they were just pushing off when captured.  Three rebel cavalrymen, heavily armed, rode up and demanded their surrender, and as they had no arms they were forced to give themselves up.  He was thirteen months a prisoner at Camp Ford, whose prison life is given on another page of this book [see history section of this site], and was then paroled at the mouth of Red river.  He was sent, via Louisville, to Camp Chase, and there discharged July 7, 1865.  Jacob and Christina (Weaver) Holmes are the parents of Franklin, who was born in Congress township, Wayne county, February 4, 1844.  He married Clara Josephine Harbaugh, who was born in the same township, March 19, 1844, the daughter of Daniel S. and Mary A.(Patterson) Harbaugh.  Their children are: Nettie Floy, born February 25, 1869; Jennie Goldie, June 29, 1872; Clida Monroe, September 20, 1874.  Farming is Mr. Holmes' occupation, and Pleasant Home, Wayne county, Ohio, is his post office address.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Congress, Wayne Co OH:  Line 21, House 284, Family 296: Franklin HOLMES, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.  Post Office:  Pleasant Home, Wayne Co OH.  Disability: chronic rheumatism, diarrhoea and piles.  

1900 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 145:  Frank HOLMES, age 56 OH, born Feb 1844, married 33 yrs, well driller, parents born PA; Clara, wife, age 56 OH, born Mar 1844, married 33 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born OH; Jennie, daughter, age 27 OH, born June 1872, single.  

1910 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 139:  Franklin HOLMES, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 42 yrs, parents born PA, own income; Clara J, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 42 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born PA.  [ Column 30 marked UA for military service.]

1920 Census Ashland City, Montgomery Twp, Ashland County OH, page 205:  John Elliot MATHEWS, age 54 OH, produce merchant, parents born OH; Nettie Floy, wife, age 50 OH, parents born OH; Olive Luc?, daughter, age 16 OH, single; Be????, daughter, age 13 OH; Franklin HOLMES, father-in-law, age 73 OH, widower, parents born PA, no occupation.  

 

Hough, William    13 Aug 1862     William A. HOUGH
Private Hough was age 20 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.

Father:  David HOUGH
Mother: Mary "Polly" SHOWALTER
Birth: 12 June 1845, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  1 first marriage ????? Eunice SHELDON, 7 Jan 1867 at St. Clair [St. Clair Co], MI
2Mattie BROWNELL [or is it BONNELL?] BENNETT 17 Oct 1889 at Mason, Ingham Co MI.
Death:   2 Jan 1929, Greenville, Genesee Co, MI
Cemetery:  2nd wife buried at River Ridge Cem, Belding, Ionia Co MI

Pension Card:  William HOUGH, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Co F 48th OH Inf. and H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 9 July 1888, Application 663371; Certificate 444972, filed in Michigan.  William died 2 Jan 1929 at Genesee, MI.

Born <1841>  1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 23, Family 23:  David HOUGH, age 33 PA, laborer; Mary, age 32 PA; Lucy A, age 13 OH; John, age 10 OH; William, age 9 OH; Matilda, age 3 OH; Sarah J, age 2 OH; Isaac, age one OH.

Born <1841>   1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 760. Family 756:  David HOUGH, age 45 PA, farmer tenant; Mary, age 44 PA; Lucy A, age 22 OH; Daniel, age 21 OH, farm labor;  [next page]  John HOUGH, age 20 OH, farm labor; William, age 19 OH, farm labor: Matilda, age 14 OH; Sarah Jane, age 11 OH; Isaac, age 9 OH; James, age 7 OH; Ellen, age 4 OH; Ida Alice, age 1 OH.  [Mother Mary SHOWALTER shown on death record of Isaac and Sarah Jane.].    

??Michigan, County Marriages, 1820-1935:  William A. HUFF, of Port Huron, married Eunice SHELDON, of St. Clair,  7 Jan 1867 at St. Clair [St. Clair Co], MI.  He was age 22 born <1845>.  Eunice was age 17, born <1850>.  Witnesses were Wilber SHELDON and Eliza SHELDEN.  Joseph H. MARSH, Justice of the Peace.  [1860 Census, St Clair Co MI: Unice, age 10, listed with Smith and Fanny SHELDON.  It appears that Wilber was her brother.]

1870 Census, David and Mary are living in Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH with some of the children, but William is not with them.  Can't find him.  

1880 can't find.

Married Martha BROWNELL [ or is it BONNELL?]BENNETT
Michigan, Marriages:  William HOUGH married Mattie BENNETT 17 Oct 1889 at Mason, Ingham Co MI.  His father David HOUGH. His mother Mary SHOWALTER.  Her father F. P. BROWNELL.  Her mother Almira BROWN.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Leroy Twp, Ingham Co MI, Line 49, House 242, Family 250, William HOUGH, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Post Office Williamston, MI.  

1894, June 1,  William HOUGH, Sr. is listed as a civil war soldier living in Odessa Twp, Ionia Co MI.  Vol III, Unied States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, 1 June 1994.  page117

1900 Census, 3rd ward /Belding, Ionia Co MI, Dwelling 187, Family 196:  William HOUGH, age 57 OH, born June 1842, married 10 yrs, father born OH, mother born PA, day laborer; Martha, wife, age 44 NY, born July 1855, married 10 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, parents born NY; Almira BROWNELL, mother, age 72 NY, widow, born Aug 1827, 7 children/3 still living, father born VT, mother born NY; Vira A HOUGH, daughter, age 9 MI, born July 1890; Bert A. , son, age 7 MI, born July 1892? MI, Cecilia, daughter, age 4 MI, born July 1895.  [Michigan, Births:  Bert HOUGH, born 31 July 1893 at Belding, Ionia Co MI, father Wm Hough, born OH.  Mother Martha Hough born NY.]  [Daughter Vera's marriage record:  Michigan, Marriages: Vera Elmira Abnet HOUGH married Frank H. ABENT on 15 May 1914 at Kent, MI.  Her father Wm HOUGH.  Her mother Martha BROWNELL.]

Born <1844>   1910 Census, 916 Alderman St, Belding Ward 3, Ionia, MI:  William A. HOUGH, age 66 OH, second marriage, married 21 yrs, parents born PA, own income, Column 30 marked UA for military service; Martha, wife, age 54 NY, second marriage, married 21 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, parents born NY; Vera? ABBOT, daughter, age 22? MI, married, father born OH, mother born NY, winder in silk mill, married under one year, one child/one still living; William ABBOT, grand son, age 3 months, MI, father born IN, mother born MI; Erma HOUGH, daughter, age 18 MI, single, father born OH, mother born NY, winder in silk mill; Cecilia HOUGH, daughter, age 14 MI, father born OH, mother born NY, weaver in silk mill.

Michigan, Deaths and Burials:  Martha H. HOUGH died 3 Apr 1915 at Belding, Ionia Co MI.  Married to William HOUGH. [Note: Martha Bonnell Hough buried at River Ridge Cem, Belding, Ionia Co MI......Find a Grave.]

 Michigan, Death Certificates:  1921-1952:  Wm A. HOUGH died 2 Jan 1929 at Greenville, Genesee Co MI, age 85.  Widowed.  Born 12 June 1845 at Wayne Co OH.  Father: David HOUGH  Mother: Polly SCHOWALTER.  

Born <1844>  1920 Census, 620 N. Pine St, Lansing Ward 4, Ingham, MI, Dwelling 221, Family 217:  Harry L. JACKSON, age 27 MI, parents born US, draftsman for electric tractors ; Cecelia M., age 24 MI, father born OH, mother born NY; William Hough, age 76 OH, parents born PA, retired.  

Hushouer, Augustus   20 Feb 1864
Private Hushouer was age 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.  [Augustus Hushower also listed in Co D 114th Oh.]  
Father: Joseph HUSHOUR
Mother:  Sarah KING
Birth: <1846> Brecknock Twp, Lancaster Co PA
Marriage:  Elizabeth REIDER, 19 Sep 1866 Wayne Co OH
Death:   17 Sep 1886, Apple Creek, East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:    Apple Creek #1 Cem, Old Presbyterian Cem, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH.  Grave Registration Card:  Augustus HUSHOUR died in Wayne County OH.  Burial Apple Creek #1 Cem, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH.  

Stone PhotoStone PhotoOld stone, no dates.
Photo Credits:  Susie Holderfield
Wayne County Death Records:  August HUSHOWER, age 41, died at Apple Creek OH, 17 Sep 1886, born PA.

Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903:  Augustus HUSHOUR, Pvt Co E 120th OH Inf.  Cemetery: East Union at Apple Creek, OH.  Died 17 Sep 1886.  

Did not find in Draft Registration.  

Cleveland Plain Dealer, Monday, September 20, 1886, page 3:  Foretold His Own Death
Wooster, O., Sept. 18 [Special.] Augustus Hurshour, the Applecreek saloonist, who was found dead in bed yesterday morning, was in Wooster on Thursday and told several acquaintances that the believed his death would soon occur.  On the same day he applied for membership to the G. A. R. post here, he being a veteran of the 120th regiment, O.V. I.; and had been in Libby Prison and had a god war record.  He desired to be a G.A.R. member in order that he could be buried with war honors.  On Thursday night he was elected a member of the post and on Friday morning he was dead, dying suddenly from heart trouble."  [Available at GenealogyBank]

1850 Census, Brecknock, Berks Co PA, Dwelling 112, Family 126:  Joseph HESHAAR, age 29 PA, no occupation; Sarah, age 21 PA; Augustus, age 4 PA; Jerimiah, age 3 PA; Mary E, age 1 PA.  

1860 Census, have not found.  

Researcher at WorldConnect says:  parents were Joseph and Sarah [King] HUSHOUR who moved from PA to Apple Creek.  Three children are listed for Joseph: Augustus born 1845 in Brecknock Twp, Lancaster Co PA; Jerimiah and Mary Elizabeth.  

Ohio Marriages and Ohio County Marriages:  Augustus HUSHOWER married Elizabeth REIDER on 19 Sep 1866 in Wayne Co OH.  Event: Wooster.  

1870 Census, Village of Apple Creek, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 181: A. HUSHOWER, age 24 PA, hotel keeper; Elizabeth, age 26 OH; Louis [male] age 2 OH; U. WHITMORE, age 26 PA, painter. [Louis B. HUSHOWER born 11 Dec 1867 at Edinburg, Wayne Co OH]

[??Note for family of Augustus: 1870  Census, Village of Apple Creek, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 182: Joe HUSHOWER, age 45 PA, day laborer; Benias [male], age 21 PA, school teacher; mary, age 19 PA; Angeline, age 17 PA; John age 15 OH; Emma, age 14 OH; Susan age 13 OH; Sarah, age 12 OH; Ephraim, age 10 OH; Phineas, age 5 OH.]

1880 Census, Apple Creek Village, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 171:  Augustus HUSHOWER, age 35 PA, saloon keeper, both parents born PA; Elizabeth, wife, age 38 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Lewis B, son, age 12 OH; Clara A, daughter, age 9 OH; Nola M, daughter, age 7 OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages: Augustus HUSHOUR married Ann Jane TASKER on 4 Dec 1884 in Wayne Co OH.  

There is a record for a HUSHOUR bride who married Frederick K. FAHLSING in Fort Wayne, Allen Co IN on 19 Oct 1893.  It was her first marriage and she was born in Wayne Co OH.  Her parents were Augustus HUSHOUR and Elizabeth REIDER.  

 

Hutchison, Wilson   20 Aug 1862
Private Hutchison was age 22 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.
Father: J. HUTCHISON
Mother:   Mary STUART
Birth: 27 Aug 1839 at Northumberland, PA
Marriage:  single
Death:   9 Nov 1927, Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH
Cemetery:   Wooster Cem, Wayne Co OH  There is a Civil War soldier Wilson HUTCHISON is buried at Wooster Cemetery.....1840-1927.

Pension Card:  Wilson HUTCHINSON, Co E 120th OH Inf, Co F 48th OH Inf, Co H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 25 Feb 1889.  Wilson died 9 Nov 1927 at State Soldiers Home, Ohio.

1850 have not found.

 ???1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH, page 306:  William HUTCHISON, age 21 PA, apprentice miller, is living with Fred W BARNHART, master miller.

???1870 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 363:  Robert STEWART, age 39 PA, tenant farmer; Mary C, age 31 OH; Artimisay? [female], age 7 OH; Wilson HUTCHISON, age 25 PA, works on farm.  

1880 Census Wooster, Wayne, OH, page 360:  Perry YARNEL, age 27 OH, farming, parents born PA; Luceta, sister, age 41 OH, parents born PA; Wilson HUTCHISON, age 38 PA, servant, works on farm, parents born PA.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 27. House 106, Family 109:  Wilson HUTCHESON, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Post Office, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Disability: chronid diarrhoea, rheumatism    Transferred from 120th to 114th.  

1900 Census, Wooster city, Wayne County OH, page 120:  Wilson HUTCHISON, a farm hand, single, age 60 born June 1840 in PA, parents born in PA...is a boarder living with Lucetta YARNELL age 61.

Have not found 1910 census.

1920 census, Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH: Wilson HUTCHISON, a laborer, age 79, single, born PA, parents born PA.........is living with William A [37] and Nellie BROWN in Wooster township, Wayne county OH.

Ohio Online Death Certificate index:  Wilson HUTCHISON died 9 Nov 1927 in Erie County.  

Death record in Ohio:  File # 62671, Wilson HUTCHISON, died 9 Nov 1927 at Soldiers and Sailors Home, Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH.  Single.  Occupation: miller.  Born 27 Aug 1839 at Northumberland, PA.  Father J. HUTCHISON, born PA.  Mother Mary STUART, born PA.  Burial Wooster OH.  

Jolliff, Abel   30 Sept 1862
Private Jolliff was age 20 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co H, 19th regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps [date not given]; mustered out 13 July 1865 at Elmira, New York.
Father: Thomas JOLLIFF
Mother:  Mary ????
Birth: 14 Oct 1844
Marriage:   Elen COOK, 12 Aug 1865, Williams Co OH.
Death:   27 Sep 1907
Cemetery:   Wooster Cemetery, Wayne Co OH

Pension Index:  Abel JOLLIFF, E 120th OH and K 19th VRC, invalid filed 1887 July 6 in Ohio.  

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 364:  Thomas JOLLIFF, age 48 PA, farmer; Mary, age 45 PA; Levi, age 22 OH; Nathen, age 20 OH; Malinda, age 14 OH; Emmanuel, age 10 OH; Ephraim, age 8 OH; Abel, age 7 OH; Emeline, age 4 OH; Leahe, age 2 OH.  

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Couny, OH, page 265:  Thomas JOLIFF, age 57 PA, farmer; Mary, age 54 PA; Emanuel, age 20 PA, farm laborer; Ephraim, age 18 PA, farm laborer; Abel, age 16 PA, farm laborer; Emeline, age 14 PA; Leah, age 12 PA.  

Williams County Probate Court record:  Abel JOILIFF married Elen COOK on 12 Aug 1865 in Williams Co OH.

1870 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 18, Family 18:  Abe JOLIFF, age 26 OH, stock dresser:  E. H. [female], age 21 OH; W. T, age 2 OH.  [A good copy of this census is at Heritage Quest...better copy than at Ancestry.com]

1880 Census , Plain, Wayne, OH, page 280:  Abel JOLLIFF, age 34 OH, farmer, parents born (PA);  Ellen, wife, age 33 OH, parents born PA; William, son, age 11 OH; Walter, son, age 4 OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Paint Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 27, House 238, Family 238:  Abel JOLLIFF, Pvt, Co E 120th OVI.    Post Office:  Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  No other comments.  

1900 Census:  I have not been able to find Abel JOLLIFF on the 1900 census.  I even went through all of Plain Twp and could not find him.   

Grave Registration card: Born 14 Oct 1844.  Died 27 Sep 1907.  Nickname: Abe.  

Wooster Daily News, 27 Sep 1907 page 1
DEATH TRIUMPHS SURELY AT LAST
After Being Unconscious for About 30 Hours the Life of Abel Jolliff is no More
Victim of Injuries which Resulted from Fight--Post Mortem Held--Funeral on Saturday
  
The injuries which Abel Jolliff received in the fight Wednesday afternoon, and which rendered him unconscious for many hours, caused that aged and respected man's death at 9:30 Thursday evening, he never regaining consciousness.  All the medical and surgical aid that could be rendered by skilled physicians was useless and slowly but surely the throbbing of the heart stilled in the bosom, and life became extinct, living only in the memories of his relatives and friends.
  The deceased, who is aged 63 years, it will be remembered was so injured in the fight which occurred at the farm home of George Newell north of this city, Wednesday afternoon, that he remained conscious for a short time and then went into insensibility, in which state he remained for about 30 hours until death occurred.
 
  
The body was not moved from the Newell home until late Friday morning when the Schmuck and Bevington ambulance removed the body to the home of a son of the deceased William Jolliff, on North Grant street, where it was prepared for burial.  
  A post mortem was held Friday afternoon by physicians and Coroner Zaring viewed the body Friday morning.  It will be determined if possible what caused the death and this will be used as evidence when the grand jury investigates the case at its next session.
  The funeral of the deceased will be held from the Disciple church, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  The body will be lain to rest in the Wooster cemetery.  The deceased is mourned by two sons, and two brothers, besides a large circle of friends.  The sons are Will and Walter, the former residing in this city and the latter in Canton.  Manuel, a brother of the deceased, resides in Jefferson and Ephraim another brother resides in Iowa.
  The two sons and William's wife were at the bedside of the father when death arrived and the brothers have been notified of the death.
 
Miller in Jail
  Bert Miller, who was arrested until further developements[sic] the case, he being the other party in the fight, is now a prisoner in the county jail, having been taken from the city lockup by Chief of Police Leiner Thursday afternoon.  The warant[sic]` on which Miller is held charges assult [sic] with intent to kill, and he will be held until the next session of the grand jury when the case will be investigated.
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Wayne County Democrat, 2 Oct 1907, page 5
Drs. J. H. Lehr and H. D. Braden Held Autopsy--Death Was Due to Blood Clot.
   
Coroner Zaring completed his inquest in the death of Abel Jolliff Friday afternoon in the Prosecutor's office in the court house.  The testimony of the deceased man's son, William and George Newell was taken, also the testimony of Drs. J. H. Lehr and H. D. Braden, who performed the autopsy.  The testimony will be beneficial evidence in Miller's behalf at the time of his trial, should there be one.  The doctors testified that there were no marks on the head of the deceased that would indicate that he had been struck by the handle of a fork or even by the fist.  They  testified that death was caused by a clot of blood forming in the head and this, they stated, was no doubt caused by the fall.
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Wayne County Democrat, 2 Oct 1907, page 1
LOSES LIFE
Falls from Wagon and Receives Fatal Injuries

   The injuries which Abel Jolliff  received in the fight Wednesday afternoon, and which rendered him unconscious for many hours, caused that aged and respected man's death at 9:30 Thursday evening, he never regaining consciousness.  All the medical and surgical aid that could be rendered by skilled physicians was useless and slowly but surely the throbbing of the heart stilled in the bosom, and life became extinct, living only in the memories of his relatives and friends.
  The body was not moved from the Newell home until late Friday morning when the Schmuck and Bevington ambulance removed the body to the home of a son of the deceased William Jolliff, on North Grant street, where it was prepared for burial.
  The fight occurred Wednesday afternoon, on the farm operated by George Newell, located near the Childrens' Home.  There are several reports as to how the fight started, but according to those that were present and according to a statement of Miller made to the News, it was started suddenly and with but few words.
  Mr. Jolliff is an operator of a threshing machine and clover huller and was at work on the above named farm hulling clover.  Bert Miller, has been an employe[sic] of George Newell's for some time and was helping with the work.  The threshing outfit arrived at the farm home sooner than was expected and the clover had not been hauled from the field to the place of threshing.  It was decided that all should take hold and help and as the job was not a very large one they concluded that they could finish it without trouble or delay.  The machine had been fed all of the clover that had been hauled and Bert Miller together with Mr. Newell had gone to the field, which was nearby, to get another load.  After the load had been fairly started, Mr. Jolliff had his son Will, went to the field also.  According to the statement of Mr. Miller, when Mr. Jolliff neared the load of clover, he began to find fault with the loading, as to the width of the load and stated that the corners were too rounding.  After rounding the load he climbed upon the wagon from the rear to assist Mr. Miller.
  It seems that  men had been together but a short time when Mr. Miller objected to complaints of Mr. Jolliff and stated that he could load it himself.  At any rate a few words passed between them, the exact words probably will never be known, as they could not be understood by those on the ground, and the fighting began.  It is not known who struck the first blow or even which one did the striking but they clinched and Mr. Newell not knowing that there was serious trouble on top of the load went to the horses heads and started them forward.
  What Caused Injuries?
  
What caused the injuries of Jolliff? is the question that will have to be determined.  He is severely bruised about the head and one of his ribs is broken, the end of which punctured his lung.
    I did not hit Jolliff once, stated Miller to a News reporter Thursday morning.  He got his injuries from the fall.  I also was injured from the fall.  Look at the gash, above my eye.  That is when I got that.  I was hit by Jolliff but that did not cause the flesh wound, Miller continued.  
  "When Miller struck me I simply tried to hold him and protect myself and did not strike at him" was Miller's last statement.  
  "Why did you leave the premises?" asked the reporter.
  "Because I was ordered to by Mr. Newell," was the answer.  "he was mad because the fight occurred and ordered me to leave."
  NEWS OF FIGHT
 
 News of the fight reached this city.
  The deceased is mourned by two sons, and two brothers, besides a large circle of friends.  The sons are Will and Walter, the former residing in this city and the latter in Canton.  Manuel, a brother of the deceased resides in Jefferson and Ephraim another brother resides in Iowa.
  The two sons and William's wife were at the bedside of the father when death arrived and the brothers have been notified of the death.
  MILLER IN JAIL
  Bert Miller, who was arrested until further developments the case he being the other party in the fight, is now a prisoner in the county jail, having been taken from the city lockup by Chief of Police Leiner Thursday afternoon.  The warant[sic] on which Miller is held charges assult[sic] with intent to kill, and he will be held until the next session of the grand jury when the case will be investigated.
  Soon after it happened and as Miller was wanted and as he was not at the farm Chief of Police Leiner and Sheriff Caskey started to find him.  They drove to the home of Miller's divorced wife on the Fredericksburg road about 7 miles from Wooster, and the information was secured that when Miler completed his work at Newill's he was going to work for James Bevington who resides on the road which passes cemetery hill.  
  I am here was answered to the Sheriff's inquiry and Mr. Miller came forth and gave himself up peacebly[sic].  
A post mortem was held Friday afternoon by physicians and Coroner Zaring viewed the body Friday morning.  It will be used as evidence when the grand jury investigates the case at its next session.
  The funeral of the deceased was held from the Disciple church, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  The body was laid to rest in the Wooster cemetery.

 

Jones, William H.   15 Aug 1862
Corporal Jones was age 21 when he entered service.  He was appointed 1 Feb. 1864; transferred to Co. H 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
[Sgt in Co F, 48th OH Inf.  .]  He is the only William JONES in Co F, 48th OH Inf. according to the roster.  
Father:  John JONES
Mother:  Lucy HARRIS
Birth: Aug. 3, 1841, Lodi, Medina Co., OH
Marriage:  Sarah A. SUMMERTON, Wayne County, OH, 19 Sep 1862
Death:  28 Apr 1896
Cemetery:    Ellet Memorial [Hillside Memorial Park] or Springfield Presbyterian Cem is [Old] Ellet Cem., Akron, Summit County OH
Stone PhotoStone PhotoStone PhotoStone PhotoPhoto Credits:  Jerry Holderfield

Cemetery Transcriptions, Springfield Twp, Summit Co OH, by Michael Elliott:  page 15, Ellet Memorial Cemetery, William H. JONES, died 28 Apr 1896, 54/8/25, Civil War; Sarah A., died 30 June 1922, 79/3 m/22d; Frankie E., died 28 Oct 1879, 8 yrs/3m/5d; Lucy C. WHITE, died 22 Mar 1897, 74y/4m/18d.; Lucy Jones ANDERSON, died 20 June 1914, 35y/11m/24dys.

Pension Index:  William H JONES, E 120th, F 48th and H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1890 Sept 3, Application 898961, Certificate 758373, filed in OH.  Widow, Sarah A JONES filed 1896 July 22, Application 637773, Certificate 512181, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  William died 28 Apr 1896 at Akron OH.  

Reunion article from Summit County Beacon, Vol 51, Issue 2654, Section 2, pg 6, Wednesday 12 Jun 1889.  Available at Genealogy Bank.
"The steamer was soon disabled and the regiment was at the mercy of the enemy.  About 140 were captured while 160 made good their escape, the remainder being killed, including Col Spiegel and two other colonels who were on the way to join their commands.  The fact that every man save one, 160 in number, carried [?] his gun and ammunition off the steamer with him, although some were barebacked[?, some bare-footed and all had lost haversacks, knapsacks and canteens, is sufficient evidence that at least 160 were not whipped.  During this terrible onslaught William[?] A. Jones, now one of Akron's contractors and builders, distinguished himself by climbing up the guards to the cabin dock and getting possession of the colors and bringing them triumphantly to the shore while the Rebels opened anew a terrific fire upon seeing the colors carried off the ill-fated steamer."

Parents:  Medina County Probate Court record:  John JONES married Lucy HARRIS on 1 Oct 1840 in Medina Co OH.  

Living with grandparents:  1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 299:  Benjamin JONES, age 66 NJ, farmer; Margaret, age 55 PA; Thomas age 18 OH, farmer; Samuel, age 23 OH, farmer; Benjamin, age 16 OH, farmer; Mary A., age 34 PA; Sarah, age 27 OH; Elmira, age 15 OH; William H, age 8 OH; John DICK, age 25 PA, clerk; Harriet DICK, age 25 OH; Catharine DICK, age 3 OH; John DICK, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1039, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 171:  David WAGNER, age 35 PA, master carpenter; Sarah, age 29 MD; Cara, age 6 OH; William JONES, age 19 OH, carpenter's apprentice.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  William H JONES married Sarah A SUMMERTON on 19 Sep 1862 in Wayne County OH.  

1870 Census Clinton Township, Wayne County OH: Wm JONES, age 28 PA, a carpenter;  Ellenora, age 6 months PA [born in ?Dec ?];  S. L., [female] age 23 OH.  

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1069, Springfield Twp, Summit Co OH, page 382:  William H JONES, age 38 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Sarah, wife, age 27 OH, parents born OH; Ora A, daughter, age 13 OH; Bertie, son, age 11 OH; John W, son, age 3[?] OH; Lucy E. J. , daughter, age 2 OH; Lucy C WHITE, mother OH, father born CN, mother born NY.  

1890 Special Veterans Census, Springfield Twp, Summit Co OH, line 18, House 240, Family 251:  William H. JONES, Co E 120th OH.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  Post Office: Brittain, OH.  Note below says:  W H JONES was private, promoted to Corporal and then Sergeant.  His record is lengthy and full of interest.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Died 1896.  Burial Ellet Memorial [Hillside Memorial Park], Akron, Summit County OH.  Is this one right?  Or Springfield Presbyterian Cem is [Old] Ellet Cem.  

Wife, death record:  File# 35671, Sarah Ann JONES, of 146 Gale, died 30 June 1922 in Akron, Summit Co OH.  Widow, husband Wm H.  Born 8 March 1843 in West Salem, OH.  Father Faber SUMMERTON, born PA.  Mother Elizabeth CUFFEL.  Burial Springfield Cem.  Informant Le Maude Van [or Von] HYNING, of 146 Gale St.  

http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Summit/SummitSpringfield.htm
History of Summit County, Baskin & Battey, 1881, Springfield Twp, Biographical Sketches, p. 914:  WILLIAM H. JONES, farmer: P. O. Brittain; son of John and Lacy C. Jones, was born in Lodi, Medina Co., Ohio, Aug. 3, 1841. His father died when he was young, and he lived with his grandparents until he was twelve years of age when he left them and worked in different parts of the county. In 1858, he began working at the carpenter's trade, serving his apprenticeship, afterward continuing at the trade until 1862, when he enlisted in the 120th O. V. I.. and served three years. He was with his company in Texas the greater part of the time. At the close of the war he returned home and, in 1866 came to Akron where he again worked at his trade and at contracting. In September, 1862, he was married to Sarah A. Summerton, of Wayne County, Ohio.  She bore him five children, viz.. Ora A.. Berties E.. Frank E. (deceased), John V. and Lucy E. J. In 1878, he purchased a farm of ? acres on which he now lives. In politics he is a Republican and is among the stalwarts of the township.

Kime, George W.   15 Aug 1862
Private Kime was age 30 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.
Father: Jacob KYME
Mother:  
Birth: <1831-2> OH
Marriage: Sarah L. STEPHENS (b. 1840) 6 June 1858 in Ingham Co, Michigan.
Death:   ? 5 April 1896
Cemetery:    Breckenridge Cemetery, Breckenridge, Gratiot Co MI
Cemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Shree and Paul Williams at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  George W KIME, H and F 48th, H 114th, and E 120th OH.  Invalid filed 1880 June 28, Application 405323, Certificate 869776.  Widow, Sarah L KIME, filed 1896 May 28, Application 634590, Certificate 451490, filed in Michigan.  

Thanks to a Kime researcher who helped to find information on George W. KIME.  She said, "Clue that helped find George was his burial site... same location as two of his brothers - Pvt James G Kime and John Kime."

Research indicates George W. Kime of the Wayne Co, OH, unit was the son of Jacob Kime who died in Wayne Co in the mid-1830s. Sources include:
Guardianship record for minor heirs of Jacob Kyme from Wayne Co [OH] court, dated Apr 14, 1838: 
Kyme, Jacob - Maria, John - Mahlon Moyer. bd. Conrad Kyme; Jacob b. Nov 19, 1826; Catherine b. Mar.31, 1829; Eliza b. Jan. 5 1831; George b. Aug. 19, 1837; William  b. Aug. 10 1836 - Henry Schuerflager. bd Jac Swartz [I believe the year of George's birth is a transcription error; other records indicate he was born 1832-1833] 

1850 United States Federal Census, Marion Twp, Marion Co OH, Dwelling 285, Family 293: Adam BOYER, age 31 PA, farmer; Mariah, age 27 PA; Christiana, age 7 OH; Abraham, age 5 OH; Adam, age 3 OH; Mariah, age one OH; George KIME, age 17 OH, laborer; William KIME, age 16 OH; Elizabeth KIME, age 19 OH.  
Home in 1850:  Marion, Marion, Ohio

FamilySearch.org lists George W. Kime (b. 1833) married Sarah L. Stephens (b. 1840) 6 June 1858 in Ingham Co, Michigan.

1860 Census, Alaiedon Twp, Ingham Co, MI;  G W Kime, age 27, OH, farmer; Sarah, age 20, OH; Chas H, age 10/12, Mich. 

Note: son Frank, born in Ohio; family must have returned to Ohio ca 1862.

1870 Census,  Perry Twp, Shiawassee Co, MI; George Kime, age 28, OH, Farm laborer; Sarah, age 28, OH, keeping house; Charles, age 10, Michigan, at school; Frank, age 8, Ohio, at school; Walter, age 3, Michigan.

1880 Census, Porter, Midland County, MI, page 236:  George W. KIME, age 49 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Sarah L, wife, age 38 OH, parents born NY; Frank G, son, age 18 OH; Walter D, son, age 18? MI.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Porter and Lee, Midland Co MI:  Line 14, House 55, Family 57:  George W. KIME, Pvt, Co A [sic], 120 OH Inf.  Post Office:  Breckenridge, Gratiot co MI.  Disability: deaf in left ear.  

 There is a death record in Michigan, Deaths, 1867 - 1897 for George W. RIME.  [I looked at the original and it does look like an R, but it could have been transcribed into the record incorrectly.  The other mistake would be his birthplace.] George W. RIME, died 5 Apr 1896 at Porter Twp, Midland Co Michigan.  Age 65.  Estimated birth year 1831.   Born PA.  Married.  Farmer.  

Ledgerd, John   25 Oct 1862  LEDYERD
Private Ledgerd was age 22 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]

Soldiers and Sailors System. John LEDYERD

Not found in 1850 Census.  Try Ledyard

Born: <1840>

Did not find in Pension Index.  

Long, Joshua W.   2 Oct 1862
Private Long was age 33 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1829> OH
Marriage:  1 Julia Ann EMRY on 24 Oct 1853 in Wayne county OH
2Julia S. ODERLIN, 26 Aug 1881, Taylor Co IA [Leslie Chapman tree at Ancestry.com]
Death:   1 Oct 1901
Cemetery:  Fairview Cem, in Lenox, Taylor Co IA, age 68y, 4m, 18d; Julia S, died 27 Nov 1918, 6y, 2m, 14d.
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Richard Stephens at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Joshua W LONG, H 114th, F 48th and E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1886 Feb 20, Application 562991, Certificate 443026.  Widow, Julia S LONG, filed 1901 Oct 30, Application 750954, Certificate 526113, filed in Iowa.  Pension Card:  Joshua died 1 Oct 1901.

?????1850 Census, unsure where he lived.  ???1850 Census, Centre Twp, Carroll Co OH, Dwelling 17, Family 18:  Jonathan LONG, age 54 PA, farmer; Nancy, age 50 PA; Joshua W. , age 23 OH, farmer; Mary A, age 18 OH; Saml B., age 16 OH, tailor; G. H. [male], age 14 OH; W. W. [male], age 12 OH.  [1860 Census, Center Twp, Carroll Co OH, Dwelling 10, Family 9:   Jonathan, age 63 OH, farmer; Nancy, age 58 VA; Mary, age 25 OH; David, age 23 OH, farmer; William, age 22 OH, farmer.]  

Wayne County Probate Court Marriage Records:  Ohio, Marriages: John W. LONG  married Julia Ann EMRY on 24 Oct 1853 in Wayne county OH.

?????Some say these are Joshua's parents.   1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 837, Family 833:  Robert LONG, age 70 PA, infirm; Mary, age 67 PA.  [Burial at Eight Square Cemetery, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Plain township, Wayne county OH:  Joshua W. LONG age 31, born OH, a farmer; Julia A, age 31 born OH; Mary age 4 OH; Eunice 11 months OH  Also living there was George EMERY age 19 born OH, a farm laborer.

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne county OH, page 149:  Joshua  LONG age 41 born PA, a farmer; Julian age 41 born OH; Mary age 14 OH; Eunice age 11 OH; Eddie age 8 OH.

Can't find in the 1880 census.

Married another Julia in <1882>.  She filed for widow's pension.

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census Lenox, Platte township, Taylor county IA, page 177:   Joshua W LONG age 67 born OH, married 18 yrs, born May 1833,  no occupation listed, parents born PA; wife Julia S, age 43 born Sept 1856 born IL,  married 18 yrs 0 children, parents born Germany.  [Joshua should be in his 70s.]

Civil War soldier J. W. LONG is buried at Fairview Cem, in Lenox, Taylor Co IA according to a record at: http://iagenweb.org/taylor/military/vet100il.htm

McClellan, Christopher   4 Oct 1862
Private McClellan was age 28 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.
Father: Charles McCLELLAN
Mother:  Margaret BROWN
Birth: 10 May 1834
Marriage:  Margaret HOY on 13 Sep 1855 in Wayne County OH.  
Death:   25 Dec 1888
Cemetery:    Green Mound Cem, Fort Recovery, Mercer Co, OH, section B
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Tracy Clark at Find a Grave

Margaret died 18 Feb 1923

Pension Index:  Christopher McCLELLAN, F 48th, H 114th and E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 18 Oct 1888, Application 675708, Certificate 469040, filed in OH.  Widow, Margaret McCLELLAN, filed 1889 Jan 5, Application 386578, Certificate 265506, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Invalid filed 18 Oct 1888.  Christopher died 25 Dec 1888.  

1850 Census, Sugar Creek, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 193, Family 193:  Charles McCLELLAND, age 75 PA, farmer; Margaret, age 68 PA; Emanuel, age 39 PA, farmer; Margaret A, age 24 OH; Christopher, age 16 OH, farmer.  [Living next door are Abraham and Mary McCLELLAND and children.  On the next page in order are Joseph and Elisabeth McCLELLAND and children; and Charles and Susanna McCLELLAND and children.]

Wayne County Probate Court record:   Christophe McCLELLEN married Margaret HOY on 13 Sep 1855 in Wayne County OH.  

1860 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 34:  Christopher McCLELLAND, age 26 OH, labourer; Margaret, age 22 OH; Rebecca, age 4 OH; Sarah, age 1 OH.  

1870 Census, Riley Twp, Sandusky County, OH, page 198:  Christopher McCLELLAND, age 36 OH, day laborer; Margaret, age 32 OH; Rebecca, age 14 OH; Sarah, age 11 OH; Margaret, age 9 OH; William, age 2 OH; John, age 9 months OH, born Sept.  

1880 Census, Sandusky Twp, Sandusky County OH, page 171:  Christ McCLELLAN, age 45 OH, laborer, parents bornOH; Margaret, wife, age 43 OH, parents born OH; Sherman, son, age 14 OH; John, son, age 12 OH; Clara, daughter, age 8 OH; Berton, son, age 8 months OH, born Oct.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Washington Twp, Mercer Co OH:  Lines 6 and 7,  House 47, Family 47:  Margaret McCLELLAN widow of Christopher McCLELLAN, Pvt Co E 120th OH Inf.  Post Office:  Wabash, Mercer Co OH.  

World Connect researcher:  Christopher died 25 Dec 1888 in Fort Recovery, Mercer County OH.  Parents Charles and Margaret [Brown] McCLELLAN.  Burial Green Mound Cemetery, Fort Recovery, Mercer Co OH.

 

McClure, Upton*   15 Aug 1862
Private McClure was age 22 when he entered service.  He died 7 Oct [Nov] 1863 near Cairo, Illinois.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Mound City, Illinois.
Father: Samuel McCLURE
Mother:  Elizabeth SIDLE
Birth: 1840
Marriage:  
Death:   7 Nov 1863 near Cairo, IL
Cemetery:  Stone also at Blachleyville Cemetery, Wayne Co OH. Age 23 y, 11 m, 28 dys.  Son of S and E.; May actually be buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis MO, Section 5, Site 7463.
There is only one Upton McClure listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System.  
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Judy Julia Belford, Jefferson Barracks Cemetery
This one lists death as 7 Nov 1863
Stone Photo Photo Credit:  Bill Miller, Blachleyville Cemetery
Death Date on this one is 7 Nov 1863.

 Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Upton McCLURE, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 7 Nov 1863 on the floating hospital "C McDougall".  Cause:  chronic diarrhoea.

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.

Ohio Obituary Index:  Upton McCLURE, son of Samuel and Elizabeth, died 7 Nov 1863 at Cairo IL.  Age 23, born <1840>.  Civil war Co E 120th OVI, Blachleyville Cem, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 366:  Samuel McCLURE, age 47 PA, laborer; Elizabeth, age 35 PA; John, age 15 OH; Samuel, age 12 OH; Upton, age 11 OH; Mary J, age 8 OH; Lucy E, age 4 OH.  [Note:  Ohio, County Marriages:  Samuel McCLURE married Eliza SIDLE, 4 Jul 1833, Wayne Co OH.]

1860 census Plain township, Wayne county OH:  Samuel McCLURE age 56 born PA, a farmer; Elizabeth age 45 born PA; John age 24 born OH, a laborer; Lamure [male] age 22 laborer; Upton age 20 OH, a laborer; Mary Jane age 18 OH; Lucy age 15 OH; Sarah age 8 OH.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File # 32700, Sarah Ann KAHL died15 Jun 1909 at Blachleyville, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Born 1 May 1852 at Plain Twp.  Widow.  Father, Samuel McCLURE, born Cumberland Co PA.  Mother Elizabeth SIDLE, born PA.  Burial, Blachleyville.  Informant, John S. McCLURE of Funk, OH.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio:  File # 5608, John Sidle McCLURE died 30 Jan 1915 at Plaun Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Farmer.  Born 22 Aug 1835 in OH.  Father Samuel McCLURE, born PA. Mother, Elizabeth SIDLE, born OH.  Burial Fairview, OH.   Informant, Mrs. John S. McCLURE of Funk, OH.  

McConnell, Cyrus   29 Jan 1864
Private McConnell was age 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: Alexander McCONNELL
Mother:  Hannah MOYERS
Birth:  Apr 1847
Marriage:   Alice VAN AKEN, 21 Jul 1867, Allegan County,  MI
Death:   31 May 1922 at Muskegon, MI.  [or 1 June]
Cemetery:  Lakeside Cemetery, Muskegon County, MI, Desc 4-114.  Cyrus, 1 Jun 1922, Co E, 120 OH Inf; Alice, 20 Jan 1937 [Cem phone 231-722-6783]
Stone Photo Photo Credit:  M. Johnson at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Cyrus MCCONNELL, E 120th OH Inf, invalid filed 4 Nov 1890, Application 875151, Certificate 692363, filed in Michigan.  Widow, Alice E?, filed 1922 Jun 15, Application 1190449, Certificate 917463, filed in Michigan.  Pension Card:  Invalid applied 4 Nov 1890.  Cyrus died 31 May 1922 at Muskegon, MI.

Not on Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865.

1850 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 161, Family 163:  Alex McCONELL, age 43 OH, farming; Hannah, age 36 OH; Mary A, age 17 OH; Sarah, age 15 OH; William R, age 13 OH; Eliza, age 10 OH; Lydia, age 8 OH; Cyrus, age 3 OH.    

1860 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland County OH, page 207:  Alexander McCONNELL, age 53 OH, farmer; Hannah, age 46 PA; Eliza, age 20 OH; Lydia, age 18 OH; Cyrus, age 13 OH; Matilda, age 7 OH; Malon, age 4 OH; Ames [male] age 2 OH.  [Note: Family Search researcher: Alexander McCONNELL married Hannah MOYERS on 14 Sep 1832, Wayne County OH.]

[Note:  I think that Cyrus may have had a relative named David who was living in Allegan County MI in 1860, age 35,with wife Sophia [Miller] whom he married in Ashland County in 1848.  Is that how Cyrus ended up going to Michigan?]

Allegan Michigan County Clerk record:  Cyrus L McCONNELL married Alice VAN AKEN on 21 Jul 1867 in Allegan County,  Michigan.  

1870 Census, Waverly, Van Buren County, MI, page 550:  Cyrus McCONNEL, age 25 NY, common laboer; Alice, age 20 NY.  

1880 Census, Lakeside Twp, Muskegon County MI, page 97:  Cyrus McCONNELL, age 33 OH, mill laborer, parents born PA;  Alles, wife, age 30 NY, parents born NY.  

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1894 Michigan State Census, Muskegon County:   Cyrus McConnell is listed in Muskegon City, 8th Ward.  

1900 Census, Harrison St, 8th Ward Muskegon, Muskegon County, MI, page 123:  Cyrus McCONNELL, age 53 OH, born Apr 1847, married 33 yrs,can't read occupation,  father born OH, mother born PA; Alice, wife, age 33 NY, born Jan 1847, 0 children, no occupation, parents born NY.  

Muskegon Chronicle (Muskegon, MI), Wed 29 May 1901 page 5 listed members of the Phil Kearny Post No. 7 GAR,  The list included Cyrus McConnell of the 120th.  

1910 Census, Harrison St, 8th Ward Muskegon city, Muskegon County MI, page 245:  Cyrus McCONNELL, age 62 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs,supervisor of highways, father born OH, mother born PA; Alice, wife, age 61 NY, first marriage, marred 43 yrs NY, 0 children, occupation hair g????, parents born NY.  [Note:  Column 30 looks like it is marked for military service.]

1920 Census Harrison St, Muskegon, Muskegon Co, MI, page 168:  Cyrus McCONNELL, age 72 OH, auto insurance, father born OH, mother born PA; Alice, wife, age 70 NY, no occupation, parents born NY.

Muskegon County Genealogical Death index:  Cyrus McCONNELL is in Liber 4, page 294, year 1922.  Alice E McCONNELL, is in liber 5, page 583, year 1937. 

McCrery, John W.   14 Aug 1862
Private McCrery was age 24 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: John McCRARY
Mother:  May/Mary CRAMER
Birth: April 1838 PA
Marriage:  1Sarah Ann SHINE on 4 July 1869 at Deerfield, Van Buren, MI
2Catherine Allison ANCEY 22 Jun 1907 at Covert, Van Buren, MI.
Death:   6 Mar 1921 at Covert, Van Buren Co, MI.  
Cemetery:
Not at Find a Grave.    

Pension Index:  John W McCRERY, D 114th, E and D 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1884 Mar 11, Application 508037, no certificate, filed in Michigan.  Pension Card:  John died 6 Mar 1921 at Covert, MI.  

1850 Census  have not found

1860 census Chester township Wayne county OH:  John McCREARY age 47 born OH, a day laborer; Mary C. age 41 born PA; John age 22 born PA day laborer; Alexander age 20 PA, day laborer; Catherine E age 17 PA, serving; Philip age 12 OH; James age 8 OH; Sarah age 7 OH; William C. age 9 months born OH.  

Michigan Marriages:  John McCRARY, married Sarah Ann SHINE on 4 July 1869 at Deerfield, Van Buren, MI.  John age 26 PA, <1843>.   Sarah's age 20 OH, <1849>.  

1870 Census, Town of Deerfield, Van Buren County, Michigan, page 349:  John McCREARY, age 33 PA, laborer; Sarah A, age 21 OH.  

1880 Census, Covert Village, Van Buren County, MI, page 398:  John McCREARY, age 41 PA, laborer in mill, father born OH, mother born PA; Sarah A, age 30 OH, wife, father born PA, mother born OH; Emma A, daughter, age 8 MI, father born PA, mother born OH; Eliza J SHINE, sister in law, age 22 OH, single, father born PA, mother born OH.  Lura V SHINE, niece, age 1 MI, father born NH, mother born OH.  

Not listed on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, Covert, Van Buren Co MI, Dwelling 367, Family 367:  John McCREARY, age 62 PA, born Apr 1838, widowed, mail carrier, father born OH, mother born PA; Fred W, age 13 MI, son, born Jan 1887, father born PA, mother born OH; Elsie Bell, daughter, age 10 MI, born Dec 1889, father born PA, mother born OH.  [Michigan, Deaths:  Nettie Mccrary child of John C and Sarah A. Mccrary died 7 Jul 1882 at Covert, Van Buren, MI, age 1yr 2 mths.  Born <1881> MI.]

Michigan, Marriages:  John W. MCCRERY married Catherine Allison ANCEY on 22 Jun 1907 at Covert, Van Buren, MI.  John born PA, age 721<1836>.  Catherine born IN, age 72 <1835>.  John's father: John MCCRERY.  John's mother :  May C. CRAMMORE.  Catherine's father Joseph ANCEY.  Catherine's mother;  Elizabeth STOUEHOCKER.

1910 Census, Covert, Van Buren, MI, Dwelling 194, Family 196:  John McCRARY, age 72 PA, second marriage, married 2 yrs, father born OH, mother born PA, has own income, Column marked UA for military service; Catherine, wife, age 25 IN, second marriage, married 2 yrs, 3 children/1 still living, father born Germany, mother born OH; Elsie, daughter, age 20 MI, single, father born PA, mother born OH, servant in private family.  

?1920 Census, Coloma, Berrien Co MI, Dwelling 38, Family 40:  William A. WILLIS, age 70 OH, parents born OH, farming; Sarah M, age 68 OH, father born OH, mother born PA; John McCREARY, brother, age 82 PA, widowed, father born OH, mother born PA, no occupation; Arhtur SEGAR, age 60 MI, single, father born OH, mother born MI, laborer on farm.  

There was a J W MCCREARY who was in the Soldiers and Sailors Home in Sandusky OH.  

Michigan Deaths and Burials:  John W. McCRARY died 6 Mar 1921 at Covert, Van Buren, MI.  Age 82.  Born 1839 PA.  Farmer.  Widowed.  Father John McCRARY.  Mother Mary CRAMER.  

McIlvain, William   14 Oct 1862             McILVAINE
Captain McIlvain was age 43 when he entered service.  He was promoted from 1st Lieutenant Co. I to date on 17 Feb 1863; he resigned 19 Jan 1864.
Father: ???Moses B MCILVAIN   [Graham Cousens at Ancestry.com]
Mother:  ????Mary Nancy LARIMER  [Graham Cousens at Ancestry.com]
Birth: <1819-1823> PA
Marriage:  1Angline GILKISON on 21 Sep 1840 in Richland County OH
2 Amada ROBERTS on 3 Sep 1868 in Richland County OH.  
Death:  7 Sep 1892, Mansfield OH [Mansfield Cem]
Cemetery:   Mansfield Cemetery, age 72yrs, 14dys, Section OS-4, Lot 1355.  

Pension Index:  William McILVAINE, E and I 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1887 Apr 5, Application 604911, Certificate 391864, filed  in OH.  Widow, Sarah A McILVAINE, filed 1892 Sep 21, Application 560101, Certificate 353654 in OH.  

Came To Richland OH in ?1840s from Adams PA, brother Alexander.[Col. Alexander McIlvaine, killed battle of Rocky Face Ridge, GA, 9 May 1864; 64th OH Inf].  Reburied at Mansfield Cem]
There was a William MCILVAIN listed in Germany Twp, Adams Co PA in 1840.

Richland County Probate Court record:  William McELVAIN married Angline GILKISON on 21 Sep 1840 in Richland County OH.  

1850 Census, Madison Twp, Richland County, OH, page 102:  William McILVAIN, age 27 PA, plasterer; Angeline, age 33 OH; Josephine, age 7 OH; John, age 5 OH; Francis, age 3 OH [male]; Lewis, [male] age 2 OH; Sadelia WORKMAN, age 19 OH.  

1860 Census 4th Ward Mansfield, Richland County OH:  Wm McILVAINE age 38 born PA, a plasterer; Angeline age 39 OH; Josephine age 17 OH; John age 15 OH; Francis age 13 OH; Lowis [female] age 11 OH [but this could be Lewis]; Edward age 8 OH; Ellen age 6 OH; Andrew age 4 OH; Rebecca GILKISON, age 17 OH, domestic.  

Angeline died 3 Ap 1869.

Richland County Probate Court record:  Wm. H McILVANE married Amada ROBERTS on 3 Sep 1868 in Richland County OH.  

?????Ohio, Marriages:  Wm McIlvain married S. A  SHREFFLER on 4 Jan 1870 at Richland Co OH.  

1870 Census 4th Ward Mansfield, Richland County, OH:  William McELVAIN age 50 born PA, a plasterer; Amanda age 43 OH; Louis age 21 OH, a plasterer; Edward age 19 OH, a plasterer; Albert age 16 OH; Andrew 14 OH.  

1880 Census Mansfield, Richland County, OH:  William MCILVAIN age 60 PA, a plasterer, parents born PA;  Amanda, wife, age 53 OH, father born KY, mother born VA.  

1890 Special Veterans Schedule: Line 32, House 87, Family 99:  Lists William McILVAINE, Captain in Co E of the 120th Ohio Inf.  Post office,  Mansfield, Richland County, OH. No comments.  

Bio on another site...here.
"It states that William McIlvaine of the 120th died in 1892.  He came from Adams County PA to Richland County OH with his mother and siblings in the 1840s.  Captain William McIlvaine of the 120th. Ohio. Younger by a few years than his brother Alexander, and a brainier man also, somewhat taller, more muscular, more angular, more indifferent in dress, less careful of his personal appearance, but possessed of larger will power, and very forceful. Had William McIlvaine been given early advantages, educational and otherwise, few men in our little city would have proven his superiors. His special trade made the summer time, and late spring and early autumn, seasons of work with head and hands, and his energy and industry were such that he accomplished a vast deal when employment was to be had at all, but there were dull years in Mansfield, years when little building was done, and then he did whatever his hands found to do, farm or other work as it could be had, but the long winter nights year after year developed William McIlvaine and he became a student of men, events, books, policies, parties and governmental questions. He was a careful and persistent reader of all that was written of our western country. The explorations of Lewis & Clarke, Fremont Stevens, Hazen and others he was thoroughly conversant with. He was a modest man, but a good citizen and a good soldier.  In the fall of 1892, he passed away after a lingering illness, the seeds of which were sown in his campaigning and exposure during the years of his military service in defense of the Union.  The sons and daughters of these brothers, Alexander and William McIlvaine, may be glad and rejoice that their fathers performed every duty devolving upon them as citizens and soldiers ably and well while our common country has not forgotten the debt of gratitude to the surviving widows.  -- H.C.H.  Submitted by Amy.  [RICHLAND SHIELD & BANNER: 08 February 1896, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 39]"

1900 Census, 3rd Ward Mansfield, Richland Co OH, page 143:  M. HARTMAN, age 59 Hungary, born Jan 1841, married 28 yrs, came to US in 1857, naturalized, shoe merchant; Angelina, wife, age 49 OH, born Sep 1850, married 28 yrs, 7 children/3 still living, parents born OH; Flora, daughter, age 24 OH, single, born Mar 1876, father born Hungary, mother born OH; Amanda McILVANE, mother in law, widow, age 72 OH, born Sep 1827, 4 children/2 still living, father born KY, mother born VA.  

Wife's death record:  File #56506, Amanda McILVAIN died 4 Sep 1926 at Kenton, Hardin Co OH.  Widow of William McILVAIN.  Born 19 Jan 1841 in Richland Co OH.  Father George ROBERTS, born PA.  Mother WILSON, born CN.  Informant W. B. DINGESS, of Kenton OH.  Burial Grove Cemetery.  

[Note:  are they buried at Blooming Grove Cemetery, Richland Co OH, route 13 just south of Noble Rd?]

McKee, George B.   13 Sept 1862
Private George McKee was age 23 when he entered service.  He was promoted to Hospital Steward on 13 Feb 1863.  Also in Field and Staff  Was transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps, date not given.  
Father: Thomas McKEE  [Find a Grave]
Mother:  Anna BROWN
Birth: 6 Jun 1839
Marriage:  
Death:   20 Oct 1866
Cemetery:   Congress Cem, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Row 4 south to north.
Stone photo at Find a Grave.
[I am thinking it is his sister Anna listed with him on the stone. ]  

Ohio Obituary Index:  George B. McKEE of Co E, 120th OVI, born 6 Jun 1839.  Died 20 Oct 1866 in Wayne Co OH.  

Pension Index:  George B McKEE, E 120th OH Inf, invalid filed 1866 June 8, Application 109567, no certificate.    

1850 Census, Thomas McKEE, age 52 PA, farmer; Anna, age 45 PA; Thomas, age 21 OH, farmer; Margaret, age 19 OH; Ephrim?, age 17 OH, farmer; William, age 15 OH, farmer; John, age 12 OH; George, age 10 OH; Ann, age 8 OH; Cindalena, age 7 OH.  [Thomas McKEE married Ann BROWN 15 Apr 1823 at Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census  Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 338:  Thomas McKEE, age 64 PA, farmer; Margaret, age 29 OH; Wm, age 25 OH, farm labor; John, age 23 OH, farm labor; George, age 21 OH, farm labor; Ann Eliza, age 19 OH; Lucinda L, age 16 OH; Mary, age 18 OH.  

 

McKee, William M.  23 Sept 1862
Private William McKee was age 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 6 June 1865 at Mobile, AL, by order of War Dept.  
Father: Thomas McKEE
Mother:  Jane McCULLY
Birth: 1842 OH
Marriage:  single
Death:   17 Sep 1897
Cemetery: Maple Grove Cemetery, [Methodist church]southeast of Blachleyville, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH   county road 249 south of McKee rd.  
Not at Find a Grave.   

Pension Index:  William M McKEE, E 120th and H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1890 Sept 17, Application 934562, Certificate 820405, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  William died Oct 1897.  

Grave Registration card:   Died 17 Sep 1897.  Born 1842.

?????1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 393, Family 414:  Thomas McKEE, age 39 PA, farmer;  Jane,age 39 PA; Nancy J, age 10 OH; William, age 8 OH; Clarissa, age 6 OH; [next page] John , age 3 OH; Thomas B, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 301, Family 301: Thomas McKEE, age 49 PA, farmer; Jane, age 47 PA; Nancy Jane, age 19 OH; William, age 17 OH; Clarissa Ella, age 15 OH; John, age 13 OH; [next page] Thomas B, age 10 OH; George W., age 6 OH; Oser, [male] age 3 OH.  

1870 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling121. Family 120:  W. H. McKEE, age 27 PA, farmer living with a bunch of other McKEEs.  Listed with J. S., age 52 PA a minister, and Isabell McKEE age 46 PA.  M E female age 16 OH, H L male age 9 OH and C D male, age one OH.

1880 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 188, Family 192:  Thomas McKEE, age 68 PA. farmer, parents born PA; Jane, wife, age 66 PA, parents born PA; Nancy, daughter, single, age 36 OH; William, son, single, age 34 OH.  [Note:  George W. and John W. are living in the next dwellings with their families.]    
  
Wayne County Democrat, 22 Sep 1897, page 3  died 17 Sep 1897
William McKee, aged 55 years, died last Friday at his home in Plain township from catarrhal consumption.  He was a soldier in the 120th Regiment, O.V.I., and a good citizen in every respect.
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Wooster Weekly Republican, 22 Sep 1897 page 1
With G.A.R. Honors
The funeral services over the remains of William McKee a veteran, of the 120th Regt. O.V.I., took place Sabbath afternoon from the Maple Grove M.E. Church, Plain township, and were very largely attended, the church being crowded to overflowing.  Rev. T.M. Hoak, the pastor, officiated.  The exercises at the grave were conducted by members of Given Post No. 133 G.A.R., those in attendance being Post Commander John R. McKinney, Rev. I.N. Kieffer, Capt. J. B. Taylor, J.S. Kope, J.S. Caskey, Harry McClarran, and Andrew Branstetter.
From Saturday's Daily
William McKee, in the war in the 120th O.V.I., died of catarrhal consumption at midnight Friday, Sept. 17, 1897, at his own home in Maple Grove district, Plain township, aged 55 years, and the funeral will take place Sunday at 1 p.m., with burial at Maple Grove Methodist church, of which he was a member.  Mr. McKee, who was a bachelor, was of a well known Plain township family, has been in failing health from lung and throat trouble for six or eight years, and for the last three months could not eat.

Brother:  Ohio, Deaths:  Thomas B McKEE died 3 Mar 1909 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH, age 59y 9m 6d.  Married.  Farmer and Stock dealer.  Born 27 Jun 1849 at Wayne Co OH.  Burial Wooster Cem.  Father Thomas McKee, born PA.  Mother Jane McCully, born OH.  

Sister:  Ohio, Deaths:  Nancy Jane McKEE died 23 Sep 1915 at Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Age 75y 10m 3d.  Single.  Born 20 Nov 1839 in OH.  Father Thomas McKEE, born PA.  Mother Jane McCULLY, born PA.  

Marrietta, John M.   15 Aug 1862                 MARIETTA
Private Marrietta was age 17 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: Isaac MARIETTA
Mother:  Susan WINEBAUGH/WARBOUGH
Birth: 1845 Stark Co OH
Marriage:  1Florence ??????Amanda F FORCE on 27 Aug 1865 in Ashland County OH.
2Sarah C. JASON HAYNES
Death:   25 Sep 1911
Cemetery:  North Eagle Cem, Eagle, Clinton Co, MI

John Marietta at North Eagle Cemetery

Photo Credit:  James Trendel at Find a Grave

John Marietta, North Eagle Cemetery

Photo Credit:  James Trendel at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  John M MARIETTA, E 120th and D 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1888 Nov 26, Application 679897, Certificate 455343, filed in Michigan.  Widow, Sarah C?, filed 1911 Oct 23, Application 973691, Certificate 735524, filed in Michigan.  Pension Card:  John died 25 Sep 1911.  

1860 census Chester township, Wayne county OH:  Isaac MARIETTA age 36 born PA, farm tenant; Susan age 35 born PA; John M. age 14 born OH; Elizabeth age 12 OH; Almyra age 10 OH; George W age 8 OH; Alonzo age 5 OH; Allison [male] age 2 born OH.

????Ashland County Probate Court record:  John M MARIETTA married Amanda F FORCE on 27 Aug 1865 in Ashland County OH.  

1870 Census, Carmel, Eaton Co MI, page 106:  John MARIETTA, age 26 OH, laborer; Florence, age 20 OH; Wilson, age 4 OH; Coral, male, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Eagle, Clinton Co MI, page 375:  John M MARIETTA, age 32 OH, farm laborer, parents born OH; Florance, wife, age 26 OH, parents born PA; Wilson, son, age 11 OH; Lewis, son, age 9 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Eagle, Clinton Co MI:  Line 6, House 28, Family 29:  John M. MARIETTA, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.    Post office:  Eagle, Clinton Co MI,  Disability: rheumatism and chronic diarrhoea.

Michigan Marriages:  John M. MARIETTA married Sarah C. HAYNES on 22 Dec 1890 at Riley, Clinton Co MI.  John born 1845 at Stark Co OH, age 45.  Sarah born 1853 in OH, age 37.  John's father Isaac MARIETTA; mother Susana WARBOUGH.  Sarah's father Wm JASON; mother Malissa GRIFFITH.  

1900 Census, Eagle Twp, Clinton Co MI, page 120:  John M MARIETTA, age 55 OH, born Jan 1845, married 30 yrs [has to be a mistake] day laborer, parents born OH; Sarah C, wife, age 46 OH, married 30 yrs [has to be a mistake], born Dec 1853, 1 child/1 still living, parents born OH; Harry HAINES, step-son, age 13 MI, born Sep 1886, father born MI, mother born OH.  

1910 Census, Grand River Rd., Eagle Twp, Clinton Co MI, page 103:  John M. MARIETTA, age 65 OH, second marriage, married 18 yrs, parents born OH, own income, column 30 shows service in the Union Army; Sarah C, wife, age 55 OH, second marriage, married 18 yrs, 1 child/1 child, father born NY, mother born CT; Harry HAINES, step son, age 23 MI, single, father born MI, mother born OH, bridge carpenter.

Brother's Death record in Ohio:  File # 69198, Alonzo MARIETTA died 1 Nov 1926 at Toledo St. Hosp, Toledo, Lucas Co OH.  Widower.  Carriage maker.  Born in Ashland OH...date not given.  Father Isaac MARIETTA, born OH.  Mother Susan WINEBAUGH or WISEBAUGH, born OH.  Burial Fountain Cem.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio:  File # 45340, Almer Alison MARIETTA died 3 Jul 1935 at Seneca County Home, Eden Twp, Seneca Co OH.  Widowed.  Born 11 Apr 1858 at Wayne Co OH.  Retired.  Father, Isaac MARIETTA, born OH.  Mother Susan WIREBAUGH [typewritten], born OH.  Burial Fountain Cem.  

Merritt, Charles D.   25 Oct 1862
Private Merritt's age upon entering the service was not given.  [No further comments given.]
Father:
Mother:  
Birth:
Marriage:  
Death:  
Cemetery:     

Miller, Jacob*   2 Oct 1862
Private Miller was age 28 when he entered service.  He died 27 July 1864 at Morganzia Bend, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Port Hudson, Louisiana.
Father: ?Michael MILLER
Mother:  ?Barbara ????
Birth: 1834 France/Germany
Marriage:  ?  Angeline JORDON, 30 Mar 1856, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  /Mary GORDON
Death:   27 July 1864 at Morganzia Bend, LA
Relationship:  Possibly brother of Philip MILLER, Co E 120th OVI
Cemetery:   Port Hudson National Cemetery, Zachary, East Baton Rouge Parish, LA Sec D, 2426
 Photo Credit:  Diane [Owens] at Find a Grave
 
I called Port Hudson Nat. Cem, and got the correct information.  It is Ja C. Miller, Sec D 2426, Co E 120th OH.    On the stone it indicates that the soldier buried there was in the USCT......But Jacob was not in US Colored Troops.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: Record Book of National Cemetery at Port Hudson, LA, page 77:   J. A. C. MILLER, Private, Co E 120th [state and arm. left blank], date of death left blank, grave mark: Section 3 #70

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Jacob MILLER, Co E 120th OH Inf, Private, died 27 Jul 1864 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: typho mal fever.

No on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Card:  Jacob MILLER, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Angeline MILLER, applied 5 Sep 1864, Application 63850, Certificate 40667.  Minor guardian, Benjamin EASON, also filed 20 Nov 1871, Application 200349, Certificate 155179.  Need this EASON file to find more information.

???1850 Census, Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 144, Family 144:  Michael MILLER, age 63 France, farmer;  Barbara, age 56, France; Jacob, age 16, France; George, age 13 France; Philip, age 10 OH; Lewis, age 8 OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Jacob MILLER married Angeline JORDON, 30 Mar 1856, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 145, Family 145:  Jacob MILLER, age 25 OH, farmer; Angeline, age 25 OH; Joseph E. age 3 OH; Alice, age one OH.  

1870 Census...........I don't know what happened to Angeline and children.  Benjamin Eason was guardian in 1871, but I can't find the children.  

Pension papers at fold3.com:
 Angeline MILLER, widow of Jacob MILLER, Co E 120th OH Vols.
 Minor children: Joseph E. born 14 Feb; Alice, born 17 Dec; Jane, born 24 Aug; Effie L, born 21 Aug.  Certificate was dated 24 Sept 1867, Wooster, OH.  
Next document says See Minor 200349, 20 Dec 1871. [That would be the Benjamin Eason guardianship.] 
Nothing more in the file at fold3.com.

Miller, Philip   18 Aug 1862
Private Philip Miller was age 23 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Michael MILLER
Mother:  ?Barbara ????
Birth: 5 Aug 1840, OH
Marriage:  1Margaret MYERS, 5 Sep 1867, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH
2Mrs. Peobe [ANDERSON] LANDAW, Phebe ANDERSON, 1889
Death:   8 June 1912, Lattasburg, Wayne Co OH
Relationship:  Possibly brother of Jacob MILLER, Co E 120th OVI
Cemetery:    Bethel cemetery near Overton, Wayne Co OH

Pension index:  Philip MILLER, E 120th, F 48th and H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1880 Apr 19, Certificate 360166, Certificate 267815.    Widow Phebe Miller, filed 1912 June 17, Application 988521, Certificae 748294, filed in OH. Pension Card:  Philip died 7 June 1912 at Lattasburg, OH.  There is a note on the card connecting to Daniel LANDAW, Co E 152nd IN Inf.   He was Phebe's first husband.

1850 Census, Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 144, Family 144:  Michael MILLER, age 63 France, farmer;  Barbara, age 56, France; Jacob, age 16, France; George MILLER, age 13 France; Philip, age 10 OH; Lewis, age 8 OH.  

1860 can't find.  

1870 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 63:  Isaac MYERS, age 75 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 42 PA; Philip MILLER, age 30 OH, works on farm; Margaret MILLER, age 30 OH; M. E. MILLER, female, age 11 OH.  

1880 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 65:  Isaac MYERS, age 85 PA, father born Georgia, mother born PA; Phillipp MILLER, son-in-law, age 40 OH, farmer, parents born Baden; Maragret wife, age 40 OH, parents born PA.

Margaret died Jan 1885.

Married Phoebe in 1889.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chester twp, Wayne Co OH:  LIne 27, House 164, Family 165:  Philip MILLER, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.    Post Office:  Lattasburg, OH.  Disability: heart disease and chronic diarrhoea.  

1900 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 62:  Phillip MILLER, age 49 OH [should be 59], born Aug 1840, married 11 yrs, parents born Germany, farmer; Pheba, wife, age 50 OH, born Jan 1850, married 11 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, parents born OH; Albert ?PFISER, son in law, age 32 OH, born May 1868, married 8 yrs, parents born OH, farm laborer; Nina L, daughter, age 29 OH, born Aug 1870, married 8 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, parents born OH; Donald L, grandson, age 7 OH, born Nov 1892, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 72:  Philip MILLER, age 69 OH, second marriage, married 20 yrs, own income, parents born Germany, Column 30 indicates UA for service in the Union Army; Phoebe F, wife, age 60, second marriage, married 20 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, parents born OH.  

Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia. [Wayne County version] published in 1885 page 499-500 Chester Twp. section
Philip Miller was over three years one of Wayne county's representatives on the battlefields of the war of the Rebellion. He enlisted in August 1862 in Chester township, and was mustered into Company E, 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. The regiment later in its service was assigned to the 3d brigade, 9th division, 13th army corps, and took part in Sherman's campaign down the Mississippi, in that by which Grant forced the surrender of Vicksburg, and in the Red River expedition under Banks.  The night before Chickasaw Bayou Mr. Miller slept in a cornfield, with a heap of weeds for his pillow.  At Arkansas Post his company was detailed to support a battery - Foster's artillery.  Before Vicksburg the 120th performed gallant service, as it had in the battles of Champion Hills, Thompsons Hill, Jackson, Black River Bridge.  Its service in the capture of Mobile was participated in by Mr. Miller, and his company was one fortunate enough to escape capture when the boat run aground in the ill-fated Red River expedition.  He marched all the following night, the thoughts of rebel prison pens driving away all desire to rest by the wayside.  He was stationed at Houston, Texas, when mustered out of service, which was on the 14th of October, 1865.  Philip, son of Michael Miller, was born at Wooster, in Wayne county, August 1840, and in Chester township, this county, September 5, 1867, he married Margaret Myers, who was taken from him by death on the 18th of Jan, 1885.  She was born in Chester township, December 16, 1840, the daughter of honored residents, Isaac and Elizabeth (Darby) Myers.  Mr. Miller follows the avocations of farm life, and his post office address is Lattasburg, Wayne county, Ohio.
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Wayne County Democrat, 12 Jun 1912, page 6
LATTASBURG
  Philip Miller was born in Wooster, Aug. 5, 1840.  Died June 8, 1912, aged 71 years, 10 months, and 3 days.  Was married to Mrs. Peobe Landaw in 1889 whom [sic] now survives him.  He answered to the summons of his country in August, 1862, and was faithful in his service, never being absent at roll call.  He was in the following battles: Chickasaw Bluffs, Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, Vicksburg, Jackson, Mobile, Alabama, from Mobile to Galveston, Tex., was discharged at Houston, Texas, Oct. 16, 1865.  His first identification with the people of God was with the German Reformed church years ago.  About six years ago he became a member of the U. B. church with his wife on Lake Fork circuit to which faith he held steadfast until God called him to his reward.
  Funeral services took place Monday moring at U. B. church, conducted by his regular pastor, Rev. Metzger and the G.A.R. Post which he was a member.  Music was well rendered by the quartet, conducted by Prof. J. W. Troxel. Interment took place a the Bethel cemetery near Overton.  
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Philip Miller is buried at Overton Church of God cemetery......1840-1912.

Death record in Ohio:  File #35583, Phillip MILLER died 8 Jun 1912 at Lattisburg, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Born 5 Aug 1840 in OH.  Parents names not listed but they were born in Germany.  Burial at Overton.  Informant Pheba MILLER of West Salem #1.

2nd Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 42305, Phebe MILLER died 7 Jul 1924 at Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.  Born 1 Jan 1850 in Wayne Co OH.  Father ANDERSON.  Mother not listed.  Burial Bethel Cem.  Informant D. L. PFEIFFER, Wooster RD 9.  [Note:  Wayne County Probate Court Record: Phebe ANDERSON had married Daniel LANDOW on 23Sep 1869.]

Miller, Wesley D.   16 Aug 1862
Private Wesley Miller was age 24 when he entered service.  He was captured 10 May 1863 near Vicksburg, Mississippi; returned to company on 27 Nov 1863; transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: George D. MILLER
Mother:  Elizabeth MOWERY
Birth: 1839 OH
Marriage:  Mary WEBB, 30 Dec 1860, Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Death:   1911 MI
Cemetery:  Gresham Cemetery, Vermontville, Chester Twp, Eaton Co MI  Wesley D.; Mary D, w/o Wesley, age 67y, 9 m, 22d.
Stone PhotoStone Photo Photo Credits:  Bob Wright at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Wesley D MILLER, F 48th, H 114th, and E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1890 July 30, Application 843663, Certificate 587778, filed in Michigan.  Pension Card:  Wesley died 1911.  

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 339:  George D MILLER, age 42 PA, shoemaker; Elizabeth, age 31 PA; Wesley, age 12 OH; Emeline, age 9 OH; Mary, age 7 OH; Eliza, age 5 OH; Margery, age 3 OH; Anna, age 1 OH.

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 319-320:  George D. MILLER, age 51 PA, infirm;  Elizabeth D., age 40 PA; Westley, age 21 OH, day laborer; Emeline, age 19 OH, sewing;  Mary, age 17 OH, sewing; Eliza, age 15 OH, sewing; Anna, age 11 OH; Sarah, age 5 OH; Margery A. MOWRY, age 31 OH, sewing; John, age 18 OH, day laborer.

Ohio, County Marriages:  Wesley D. MILLER married Mary WEBB, 30 Dec 1860, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Chester, Eaton Co MI, page 151:  Wesley MILLER, age 30 OH, farmer;  Mary, age 27 OH; Sarah, age 10 OH; Alsota, age 3 OH; Mary, age 1 MI; John WALLACE, age 30 Canada West, farm laborer.  

1880 Census, Chester Twp, Eaton Co MI, page 104-105:  Wesley MILLER, age 41 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 38 OH, parents born PA; Sarah, daughter, age 18 OH, housekeeper; Mary E, daughter, age 11 MI; Elnora, daughter, age 8 MI; ?E..TH Eugene D, son, age 5 IN, parents birth places not known.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chester Twp, Eaton Co MI:  Line 2, House 2, Family 2:  Wesley D. MILLER, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.  Post Office:  Grisham, Eaton Co MI.  Disability: lost the hearing of right ear from explosion.  

1894 Michigan Census, Chester Twp, Eaton Co MI lists Wesley D. Miller.  

1900 Census, Chester Twp, Eaton Co, MI, page 112:  Westley MILLER, age 61 OH, born Jan 1839, married 40 yrs, landlord, parents birthplaces not known; Mary, wife, age 58 OH, born Feb 1842, married 40 yrs, 4 childen/3 still living, father birth unknow, mother born PA.  

1910 Census, dated 16 Apr 1910, Lincoln St, 2nd Ward, Charlotte, Eaton Co MI, page 71:  Wesley D. MILLER, age 71 OH, widowed, parents born OH, no occupation, Column 30 marked UA for service in the Union Army; Sarah RANDALL, daughter, widow, age 49 OH, 1 child/1 still living, parents born OH; Herbert, grandson, age 12 MI, father born MI, mother born OH.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File # 34140, Sarah JACOBS died 20 May 1934 at Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow of John JACOBS.  Born 8 Nov 1855 in OH.  Father George D. MILLER, born PA.  Mother Elizabeth MOURER, born PA.  Burial Mohican Cem.  Informant Virginia PREMER of Wooster, OH.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File # 52270, Emeline M. PAINTER died 11 Sep 1924 at Lattisburg, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow of David PAINTER.  Born 20 Feb 1841 at Wooster, OH.  Father Geo D MILLER, born PA.  Mother Elizabeth MOWREY, born PA.  Burial at Eight Square.  Informant, Wallace PAINTER, of West Salem, RD 1.  

Moury, Henry R.   15 Aug 1862             Henry R MOWRY       MOWREY
Private Moury was age 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged 25 Aug 1863 at Carrollton, Louisiana, for loss of speech.
Father: Samuel MOWERY
Mother:  Mary ????
Birth: Oct 1843 OH
Marriage:  Sarah Jane RUDY
Death:   6 Sep 1927 at Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN
Cemetery:    Mausoleum, Wooster Cemetery, Wayne Co OH
Page on Find a Grave

Pension Card:  Henry R. MOWREY, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 24 Nov 1905, Application 1342536, Certificate 1117330, filed in OH.  Henry died 6 Sep 1927 at Indianapolis, IN.  No widow's application.

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 327: Samuel MOWERY, age 34 OH, farmer; Mary, age 32 OH; Isaiah, age 12 OH; Levi, age 11 OH; Henry R. MOWREY, age 7 OH; Rhoda FISHBURN, age 42 OH; Michael MOWREY, age 79 PA; George MULLEN, age 25 PA, farmer.

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 260:  Saml MOWREY, age 44 PA, farmer; Mary, age 42 OH; Levi age 20 OH, college; Henry R. MOWREY, age 18 OH, farmer.  [ Isaiah is living next door.]  

1870 Census, Decherd, District 1, Franklin Co TN, Dwelling 24, Family 24:  Sam'l MOWREY, age 52 PA, farmer; Mary, age 51 OH; H. R. [male], age 25 OH, farmer; Jane, age 23 OH; Cyrus, age 11 OH; Edna, age 1 OH; ?Romey [male]. age 5 OH; Erastus, age one month TN.  

Kentucky, Death Records, 1911-1955:  Ira Eugene MAWREY died 14 Jun 1954 at Louisville, Jefferson Co KY, at age 84.  Born <1870>, Father Henry Reiley MAWREY.  Mother Sarah RUDY.  

1880 Census, Decherd district, Franklin Co TN, Dwelling 154, Family 157:  Henry MOWERY, age 37 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Sarah, wife, age 36 OH, parents born OH; Eduia, daughter, age 12 OH; Ira, son, age 10 TN.
Next door:  Dwelling 155, Family 158:  Samuel MOWERY, age 67? OH, farmer, parents born OH; Mary, wife, age 61 OH, parents born OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Henry R MOWREY, private in Co E 120th OVI, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, enumeration district 325.  Line 6, House 414, Family 414:    Postal Address Reedsburgh, Wayne County, OH.

1900 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 40:  Henry R. MOWREY, age 56 OH, born Oct 1843, married 34 yrs, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH; Sarah J, wife, age 55 OH, born Sep 1844, married 34 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, father born PA, mother born OH.  

1910 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 259:  Henry R. MOWREY, age 66 OH, general farming, parents birthplaces left blank; Sarah J, wife, age 65 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, father born PA, mother born OH.  

Sarah died 1918

1920 Census, have not found Henry.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 71928, Sarah Jane MOWERY died 19 Oct 1918 at Reedsburg, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Born 7 Sep 1844 in OH.  Father John RUDY, born PA.  Mother Sophia SPANGLER, born OH.  Burial Wooster.  Informant H. R. MOWREY, of Wooster OH, RR 8.

Musser, Gideon   18 Aug 1862
Private Musser was age 26 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: David MUSSER
Mother:  Mary M. ROBINOLT
Birth: 30 May 1834, PA
Marriage:  1Lovina MATHEWS on 25 Mar 1858, Wayne Co OH
2Estella A. ZEARING, 25 Jul 1895, Wayne Co OH
Death:   21 June 1922 at West Salem, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH.
Cemetery:    Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH
Photo Credits:  Susie Holderfield

Gideon Musser is buried in Congress cemetery, Wayne county, OH----1834-1922.  As shown in the photo, there is a small foot stone for Gideon out to the front of the tall stone
with Lucinda's name on the front.

 Pension Index:  Gideon MUSSER, F 48th, H 114th, E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 23 Dec 1889, Application 745792, Certificate 863450, filed in OH.  Widow, Stella MUSSER, filed 1922 Jun 26, Application 1190951, Certificate 917945, filed in OH.

Wayne county OH probate record: Gideon MUSSER married Lovina MATHEWS on 25 Mar 1858.

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 117, Family 119:  David REZOR, age 26 OH, farmer; ?Fryam or Fryann, age 28 PA; Mary A, age 8 OH; Gideon MUSSER, age 16 PA; Elizabeth MUSSER, age 18 PA.

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 342:  Gideon MUSSER, age 25 PA, farmer; Lovina, age 20 OH; Laura Bell, age 1 OH; Wm A BENEWITZ, age 20 OH, a tanner.  

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 149:  G P MUSSER, age 36 PA, farmer; Lavina, age 29 OH; Laura P, age 12 OH; Alice, age 9 OH; Estella, age 7 OH.  
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1880 Census Congress, Wayne county, OH, page 149: Gideon MUSSER, age 48 PA, farmer, parents born PA;  Lovina, wife, age 40 OH, father born OH, mother born NY; Alice A, daughter, age 20 OH; Estelle, daughter, age 18 OH.  J U BRUNEMAN or BRENNEMAN, age 42 PA, boot and shoemaker, parents born PA.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Congress, Wayne Co OH:  Line 12, House 117, Family 122:  Gideon MUSSER, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.   Post Office:  Congress, Wayne co OH.  Disability: chronic diarrhoea and spinal disease.  Spinal trouble caused by concussion of shell.  

Second marriage  Estella A.   Ohio, County Marriages:  Gideon MUSSER, married Stella ZARNIG, 25 Jul 1895, Wayne Co OH.  

 1900 Census Congress village, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 121:  Gideon MUSSER, age 66 PA, born May 1834, married 5 yrs, tanner, parents born PA;  Estella A, wife, age 40 OH, born July 1859, married 5 yrs, 0 children, parents born PA.

1910 Census, South Main St, Congress, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 123:  Gideon P MUSSER, age 75 PA, second marriage married 14 yrs, parents born PA, own income; Estella, wife, age 50 OH, first marriage, married 14 yrs, 0 children, parents born PA.  [Note:  Column 30 indicates UA for military service.]

1920 Census, North or South Main St, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 125:  Gideon P MUSSER, age 85 PA, written in the occupation column it says "civil war veteran", parents born PA;  Estelle E, wife, age 55 OH, parents born PA.    

Daily Record, 22 June 1922, page 4
Gideon Musser Passed To Rest
Gideon P. Musser, one of the few remaining veterans of the civil war living in Congress township, died at his home Wednesday afternoon.  Mr. Musser was a member of the 120 regiment, O.V.I., an organization formed in Wayne county during the early part of the civil war.  It contained many of the county's young men of that day.  Most of the regiment's members have answered the last roll call.
 Mr. Musser had reached the age of 85 years and 21 days.  After the war he returned to his home and for a half century was a highly respected citizen of his community.
 A wife and three daughters survive.  The daughters are:  Mrs. Bell Campbell, Mrs. Alice Thorley, and Mrs. Estella Fresh.
 Many years ago Mr. Musser became a member of the Methodist church and through his life he was an active member of the society.

Death record in Ohio:  File # ?967, Gideon P. Musser died 21 Jun 1922 at Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Born 30 May 1834 in PA.  Mail carrier.  Father David MUSSER, born PA.  Mother Mary M. ROBINOLT, born PA.  Burial at Congress.  Informant, Mrs. Stella MUSSER of West Salem, OH.  

Ohio Death Record:  Stella MUSSER died 22 Mar 1941, Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.  Age 81yrs, 7 m, 27 dys.  Born 25 July 1859, Smithville, Wayne Co OH.  Burial at Congress.  Father Daniel ZEARING born PA.  Mother Margaret BUTLER born PA.  Spouse Gideon MUSSER.  

Myers, William*   8 Feb 1864
Private Myers was age 19 when he entered service.  He died 1 May 1864.  [place of death not given]  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Father: Charles MYERS
Mother:  ?Mary
Birth: <1845>
Marriage:  probably single
Death:   1 May 1864
Cemetery:   Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish, LA   Listed as William MEYERS, 1 May 1864, Plot: 4, 193          Meyers, William, d. 05/01/1864, PVT E 120 OHIO INF, Plot: 4 193
Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Diane Owens at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  William MYERS, Co E, 120th OH Inf, died 1 May 1864 at Baton Rouge, LA.  Cause:  remittent fever.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  William Meyers, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 1 May 1864, burial Baton Rouge section 4 number 72.

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  William MEYERS, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.  Died 1 May 1864.  Grave at Baton Rouge, LA, section 4, Grave 193.  

Pension Index:  William MYERS, E 120th OH Inf.  Father, Charles Myers, filed 13 Mar1896, Application 629915, filed in OH.  No certificate is recorded.

1850 Census, District 184, Ashland County, OH, page 89:  Charles MYERS, age 37 PA, farming; Mary, age 33 OH; David, age 16 OH, farming; Mary, age 14 OH; Henry, age 13 OH; Thomas, age 12 OH; Benjamin, age 11 OH; William, age 8 OH; Edward, age 5 OH; Louisa, age 2 OH; Sarah J, age 4 months OH.  

1860 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 204:  Charles MYERS, age 47 PA, farmer; Mary, age 42 OH; Henry, age 21 OH; Thomas age 19 OH; Benjamin, age 17 OH; William, age 15 OH; Edward, age 13 OH; Louisa, age 11 OH; Jane, age 9 OH; Charles E, age 8 OH; Sarah J, age 7 OH; Claresa, age 5 OH; Etta, age 3 OH.  

Haven't found his mother's name

Nisewender, Benjamin J.*   15 Aug 1862
Private Benjamin Nisewender was age 19 when he entered service.  He died on 4 July 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Memphis, Tennessee, in Mississippi River Cemetery, section 1 grave 112.
Spelled NISWENTER, Benjamin I. at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System,  Co E 120th OH Inf.
Father:  Henry NIESWENDER
Mother: Nancy RASOR  
Birth: <1843>
Marriage:  
Death:   3-4 July 1863, Memphis TN
Relationship:  Information from Harry Brunner:  Benjamin was the first cousin of the soldier Elmer Nisewender, Co E 120th OVI.
Cemetery:    Memphis National Cemetery, Shelby Co, TN  
Benjamin Nisewender at Memphis National Cem.  Photo Credit:  Bruce and Wendy Linz at Find a Grave.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Listed as B. NESWINDLE or NESWINELLE, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 3 July 1863 at Overton General Hospital Memphis TN.  Cause: Injury of spine.  

 Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  Memphis National Cemetery, B. J. NESWENTER, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Died 4 July 1863, Section 1 grave 4648.    [Listed with this spelling at US Department of Veterans Affairs:  Section H site 4648]

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  B. J. NESWENTER, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf., died 4 July 1863.  Originally buried in Memphis, TN.  Memphis National Cemetery grave number 4648.  

Pension Index:  Benjamin NEISWANDER, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Father Henry applied 10 Oct 1879, Application 252694, no certificate.  Mother Salinda applied 28 Sep 1887, Application 361093, no certificate, filed  in Michigan.  Pension Card:   also says Co G and is spelled NEISWANDER.  

1850 Census, have not found.

1860 Census Congress Township, Wayne County OH:  Henry NIESWENDER, age 39 PA, a farm laborer;  Salinda, age 26 PA [note:  Henry's second wife, Salinda PORTSMAN];  Benjamin, age 17 OH;  Henry, age 15 OH;  Wilson, age 13 OH;  Lucy, age 11 OH;  Sarah A, age 6 OH;  George, age 4 IL;  Catharine, age 2 IL?; Abraham Neiswander, age 35 PA.

According to a researcher on WorldConnect, Benjamin's mother was Nancy RASOR.
Wayne County OH Probate Court record:  H. NICESWANTER married Nancy RASER on 9 Oct 1842 in Wayne County OH.

 

Nisewender, Elmer   15 Aug 1862   [Note:  At the time, the family spelled the name NEISWENDER.]
Private Elmer Nisewender was age 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged on 10 Feb 1864 at New Orleans, Louisiana, on a Surgeon's cerificate of disability.
Father: Joseph NEISWANTER
Mother:   Elizabeth JACOBS
Birth: 3 Mar 1843 [date calculator] OH
Marriage:  
Death:  11 July 1866, IL
Cemetery:   Plainfield Cemetery, Plainfield, IL, 23yrs, 4m, 8 dys., died 11 July 1866
Relationship:  Information from Harry Brunner:  Elmer was the first cousin of the soldier Benjamin Nisewender, Co E, 120th OVI.

Cemetery Photo New information from Harry Brunner:  Elmer was the brother of Harry's great grandfather, George, who was born in 1861. This family was originally from Switzerland.  Wayne County probate records show that Joseph NEISWANTER married Elizabeth JACOBS 19 Apr 1842..  They were Elmer's parents.  Elmer's tombstone denotes his service in Company E of the 120th.  He is buried at the Neiswender family plot in Plainfield Cemetery, Plainfield, Illinois.  He died 11 July 1866 at age 23 yrs, 4 months and 8 days.  Elmer's mother, Elizabeth Neiswender, applied for a pension for Elmer's service.  Elmer's Great Grandfather, Conrad Neuschwender (Conrad's son Peter, changed the spelling of the surname to Neiswender), was a Corporal during the Revolution.  At that time, the family lived in Germantown, Pennsylvania.  Thanks for that information, Harry.

Pension Index:  Mother was Elizabeth NEISWENDER.  Pension Card:  Elmer NEISEWENDER, mother applied 20 Apr 1881, Application 282014, no certificate recorded.  

1850 Census Congress Townshp, Wayne County, OH:  Joseph NICEWINNER age 30, a carpenter PA;  Elizabeth age 29 PA;  Elmore, age 8 OH;  Emaline, age 6 OH;  Susan age 5 OH;  Lydia, age 2 OH;  Almeda, age one month OH.  Also living there are two 16 year olds born in PA named Hiram JACOBS and Sarah HEAGENS.  [Note from Harry:  this is actually Abram JACOBS, brother of Elmer's mother.]

Harry Brunner sent along the 1860 census:  Congress Township, Wayne County OH
Joseph NEISWINDER, age 40 PA, a carpenter;  Elizabeth age 39 PA;  Elmer, age 17 OH, Emeline, age 16 OH; Susan, age 14 OH; Lydia Ann, age 13 OH; Catherine, age 11 OH;  John F, age 8 OH;  Wm Henry, age 6 OH;  Mary A, age 2 OH;  David O, age 9 months OH.

Two more siblings for Elmer were George D and  Clinton E who were born in 1861 and 1865 respectively.  

 

Painter, Daniel   15 Aug 1862
Private Daniel Painter was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: John PAINTER
Mother:  Susanna FAIR
Birth: <1844>
Marriage:  Sarah HOEGNER on 8 Mar 1866 in Wayne County OH
Death:   ??22 Sep 1925, Independence, Montgomery Co KS
Relationship: Brother of David PAINTER, Co E 120th OVI   
Cemetery:  There is a D. Painter, 1844-1925 at Mount Hope Cemetery, Independence, Montgomery Co KS in the Mount Hope Mausoleum.

D Painter at Mount Hope Cemetery Mausoleum, Montgomery Co KS
 Photo Credit:  Brian Riedle at Find A Grave
Masons symbol

Sarah Painter, Mount Hope Cemetery, Montgomery Co KS
 Photo Credit:  Brian Riedle at Find A Grave
Eastern Star symbol

Pension Card:  Daniel PAINTER Co E 120th OH Inf., Co F 48th OH Inf, Co H 114th OH Inf.   Invalid applied 11 June 1889, Application 709680. Certificate 688405, filed in KS.  Widow, Sarah Painter, applied 6 Oct 1925, Application 1237652, Certificate 967114, filed in KS.  Daniel died 22? Sep 1925 at Independence, KS.  

Wayne County Probate Court marriage record:  John BENDER married Susanna FAIR on 17 Jul 1836 in Wayne Co OH.  According to reseacher on WorldConnect, this is John PAINTER and Susanna is the mother of Daniel PAINTER.  Daniel's other siblings from his mother Susanna were Elizabeth, David, Jacob, and Samuel.  

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 162, Family 163: John PAINTER, age 53 PA, farmer; Susanna, age 33 PA; William, age 29 PA, blacksmith;  John, age 20 OH, farmer; Elizabeth, age 12 OH; David, age 10 OH; Samuel, age 8 OH; Daniel, age 6 OH.     

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH, page 314:  John PAINTER, age 63 PA, farmer; Susan, age 43 PA; John, age 27 OH; David, age 22 OH [see soldier below]; Samuel, age 18 OH; Daniel, age 16 OH; Susannah RICE, age 30 OH; Mary Eliz RICE, age 8 OH.

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Daniel PAINTER married Sarah HOEGNER on 8 Mar 1866 in Wayne County OH.  

1870 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH, page 64:  Daniel PAINTER, age 26 OH, farmer; Sarah, age 24 OH; Rheuemme, age 3[?] [female]OH.  

1880 Census Chester Twp, Wayne, OH, page 56:  Daniel PAINTER, age 36 OH, farmer, parents born PA;  Sarah, wife,age 34 OH, father born Darmstadt, mother born PA; Ruemma, daughter, age 13 OH; Ellen E, daughter, age 10 OH; John W, son, age 5 OH; Jennie R, daughter, age 6 months, born Dec.

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, North 12th St, 5th Ward Independence city, Montgomery County, KS, page 203:  Daniel PAINTER, age 56 OH, born Apr 1844, retired hotel man, married 34 yrs, parents born PA; Sara, wife, age 54 OH, born Feb 1846, married 34 yrs, 5 children/5 still living, father born Germany, mother born PA; Jennie, daughter, age 19 OH, born Dec 1880, single, cracker factory emp.; Floy, daughter, age 15 OH, born Oct 1884, single.  

1910 Census, Independence Ward 5, Montgomery Co KS, 650? Sycamore St, Dwelling 370, Family 387:  Daniel PAINTER, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, parents born PA, own income, marked UA for military service; Sarah, wife, age 64, OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, 5 children/3 still living, father born Germany, mother born PA; Floy, daughter, age 24 OH, single, she has an occupation but I can't read it; ?Marvin WOODWORTH? is a roomer living with them, age 60 NY, single, parents born NY.  

1920 Census, West Sycamore St, 5th Ward, Independence city, Montgomery County KS, page 146:  Daniel PAINTER, age 75 OH, no occupation,  parents born PA; Sarah, wife, age 73 OH, father born Germany, mother born PA.  A roomer was also living there named Marvin WOODWORTH, age 69 NY, single, parents born NY, no occupation.  
 

Daniel Painter, South Kansas Tribune, 1 Jan 1913-19 Feb 1913: Company E, 120th Ohio.  Comrade Painter was in the battles of Chickasaw Bluff, Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, the siege of Vicksburg and Fort Blakely and was discharged at Houston, Texas, in 1865.  Member of McPherson Post, G. A. R. No. 4, Independence, KS.  

Painter, David   15 Aug 1862
Private David Painter was age 22 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  [Captured where?? Paroled 17 Jun 1864 at Red River Landing, LA]
Exchange of Prisoners of War, Headquarters Department of the Gulf, New Orleans, August 4?, 1864, "General Orders No. 107. The following named Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and privates, being of the number of prisoners of war delivered on parole at Red River Landing, La., June 17, 1864, and being an equivalent for one hundred and ten (110) privates, are hereby declared duly exchanged, in accordance with an agreement entered into July 22d, 1864, between Colonel Charles C. Dwight, United States Commissioner of Exchange for the Military Division of the West Mississippi, and Major Jg. S*ymanski, Confederate States Commissioner of Exchange for the Trans-Mississippi Department :"  included Peter ECKARD, Pvt, Co D 120th OH Volunteers; Jacob S. FISHER, Pvt, Co F 120th OH Volunteers; David PAINTER, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Volunteers    "Officers and enlisted men above enumerated will join their respective commands without delay.  By Command of Major Gen. BANKS.    George B. Drake, A. A. General."
Father: John PAINTER
Mother:  Susanna FAIR  
Birth: 1838, OH
Marriage:   Emeline D. MILLER, 26 Aug 1862, Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Death:   22 Dec 1872, Wayne Co OH  [OH Obituary Index]
Cemetery: 8 Square Mennonite Cem, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH
Relationship:  Brother of Daniel PAINTER, Co E 120th OVI

Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit: Susie Holderfield
David Painter is buried at 8 Square Mennonite Cem, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH.  1838 - 22 Dec 1872.  

Daily True Delta (New Orleans, LA), Tues. 9 Aug 1864, Vol XXIX Issue 221 pg2   Paroled 17 Jun 1864 at Red River Landing, LA:   Pvt. David Painter, Co E, 120th OH Vol.

Pension Index:  Pension Card:  David PAINTER, Co E 120th OH Inf, Co F 48th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 12 May 1870, Application 156174, Certificate 116983.  Widow, Emeline PAINTER, also applied 23 Jan or June 1873,  Application 210069, Certificate 168198.

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 162, Family 163: John PAINTER, age 53 PA, farmer; Susanna, age 33 PA; William, age 29 PA, blacksmith;  John, age 20 OH, farmer; Elizabeth, age 12 OH; David, age 10 OH; Samuel, age 8 OH; Daniel, age 6 OH.     

?1860 Census, Salt Creek Twp, Wayne County OH, page 178:  David PAINTER, age 21 OH, was a student living with John and Elizabeth RODGERS.
1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH, page 314:  John PAINTER, age 63 PA, farmer; Susan, age 43 PA; John, age 27 OH; David, age 22 OH; Samuel, age 18 OH; Daniel, age 16 OH [see below]; Susannah RICE, age 30 OH; Mary Eliz RICE, age 8 OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  David PAINTER married Emeline D. MILLER, 26 Aug 1862, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 66:  David PAINTER, age 31 OH, school teacher; Emily, age 28 OH; Wallace, age 3 OH.  

1880 Census, Lattasburg village, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH, page 62:  Emaline PAINTER, age 38 OH, parents born PA; Wallace W, son, age 14 OH; Charles C, son, age 11 OH.  

 Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

[Note:  Emaline, age 59 OH, born Feb 1841,a widow, is listed as mother of Wallace PAINTER, in the 1900 census.  She is living with Wallace and his wife Hattie B, and their children Alice and Walter in Chester Twp, Wayne County OH.]

Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Emeline M. PAINTER died 11 Sep 1924 ta Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, at age 83.  Widow.  Born 20 Feb 1841 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Burial at Eight Square Cem.  Father George D. MILLER, born PA.  Mother Elizabeth MOWREY, born PA.  Spouse:  David PAINTER.  

Palmer, George D.   19 Aug 1862
Private Palmer was age 18 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: George PALMER
Mother:  Elizabeth GRABLE
Birth: 1844, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  Nancy A. RICE
Death:    2 Dec 1886, Congress, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:   Congress Cem, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH

Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Susie Holderfield

George D. PALMER is buried in Congress Cem, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, 1844 - 2 Dec 1886.

Pension Index:  George D PALMER, E 120 OH Inf.  Invalid filed 3 June 1880, Application 371864, Certificate 245653.    Widow, Nancy A PALMER, filed 1887 Mar 25, Application 352434, Certificate 257489, filed in OH

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 362, Family 374:  George PALMER, age 30, farmer, OH; Elizabeth, age 28 OH; Jacob, age 8 OH; George M. D., age 6 OH; Isiah, age 4 OH; Valentine, age 2 OH; Barnhart PALMER, age 18 OH.  [Wayne County Probate Court Record:  George PALMORE married Elizabeth GRABLE on 13 Jan 1842 in Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 346:  Geo PALMER, age 40 OH, farmer; Elizabeth, age 39 OH; Jacob, age 17 OH, farm labor; George D, age 15 OH, farm labor; Isaiah, age 13 OH; Volney, age 11 OH; Sarah, age 3 OH; Susannah, age 1 OH.  [Note:  Wayne County Probate Court record:  George PALMORE married Elizabeth GRABLE on 13 Jan 1842 in Wayne County OH.]

1870 Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 135:  G D PALMER, age 25 OH, farmer; Nancy A, age 19 IN; Anna? J, age 1 OH.  

1880 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 142:  George D PALMER, age 33 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Nancy A, wife,  age 29 IN, father born PA, mother born OH; Mary Jane, daughter, age 11 OH; Edward, son, age 9 OH; Fenton, son, age 7 OH; Carry B, daughter, age 5 OH; Salena M, daughter, age 1 OH.  

Ohio deaths:  Geo. D. PALMER, died 2 Dec 1886 at Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Age 42.  Farmer.  Born 1844 at Congress Twp.,  Married.  White.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Line 24, Dwelling 314, Family 326:  Nancy A PALMER widow of George D. PALMER, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf.    Post Office, Congress, Wayne Co OH.  

1900 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 140:  Nancy PALMER, age 49 IN, born May 1851, widow, farmer, parents born IN; Clyde, son, age 16 OH, farm laborer; Icy, daughter, age 12 OH, born June 1887.  

1910 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 133:  Nancy A, age 58 IN, widow, 7 children/7 still living, no occupation, father born PA, mother born OH; Isa E, daughter, age 22 OH, single, bookkeeper at Wayne M/g co. [Note:  living next dwelling Clyde PALMER, age 26, with wife Eva and children Cecil W and Kermit E.]

1920 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 125:  Nancy A PALMER, age 68 IN, widow, father born PA, mother born IN, no occupation; Isadore E, daughter, age 30 OH, single, no occupation.

Ohio Online Death Certificate Index:  Nancy A Palmer died 28 Aug 1926 in Wayne County OH.

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 53693, Nancy A. PALMER died 28 Aug 1926 at Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Widow of Geo. D. PALMER.  Born 4 May 1851 at Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Father Wm RICE, born PA.  Mother Fanny HOWMAN, born PA.  Burial Congress Cem.  Informant Ed PALMER of Wooster OH.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File # 33789, Sarah Ann KEYSER died 28 May 1932 at West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  Married to Michael KEYSER.  Born 16 Nov 1856 at West Salem OH.  Father George PALMER, born OH.  Mother Elizabeth GRABLE, born OH.  Burial West Salem.  Informant M. KEYSER.  

Pancoast, James F.   15 Aug 1862
Private Pancoast was age 18 when he entered service.  He was discharged on 22 Mar 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana, on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.  Soldiers and Sailors System says he was Musician when he mustered out.  
Father: Pemberton PANCOAST
Mother:  Margaret ????
Birth: <1844>OH
Marriage:  probably single
Death:  2 Feb 1872 at Congress, Wayne Co
Cemetery:
Relationship:  ?Step-brother of William STANLEY, Co E, 120th OVI

Not on Pension Index.  

Who was his mother?
There is a Margaret PANCOAST buried at Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH, wife of P PANCOAST.  She died 11 Mar 1848, age 36.  This might be James' mother.  

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 309, Family 318:  P. PANCOST, age 49 PA, merchant of ?harness;  Harriet, age 18 OH; W. E. [male], age 15 OH, clerk; Mary E., age 13 OH; Rosutha, age 11 OH; James T, age 6 OH; Margaret, age 2 OH; Mary [PANCOST], age 73 PA; William STANLEY, age 9 OH; Adaline STANLEY, age 6 OH.  [Was James' father married to Sarah STANLEY at this time or not?]

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 347:  Pemberton PANCOAST,age 45 PA, tenant farmer; Sarah, age 40 PA; Deddem STANLEY, age 20 OH; William STANLEY, age 18 OH, farm labor; Adaline STANELY, age 16 OH, farm labor; James PANCOAST, age 15 OH, farm labor; Margaret, age 12 OH; Thomas P, age 10 OH; Eldorado [female] age 8 OH; Etta S, age 6 OH; Arthur C, age 2 OH; Hannah BRUNST or BRUNET, age 76 PA, widow.  [Note:  Wayne County Probate Court record:  Pemberton PANCOAST married Sarah B STANLEY on 27 Mar 1849 in Wayne County OH, so Sarah is not his mother.]

1870 Census, Naperville, Dupage Co, IL, page 488:  Pemberton and Sarah PANCOST are living there with Thomas, Eldorado, Sarah, Arthur nad George.  James is not with them.  

1870 Census, Naperville, Dupage Co IL, page 486:  James PANCOST, age 25 OH, is a farm laborer living with the Gilbert and Sephrona ?KETEHETINN? family.  

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  James T. PANCOAST died 2 Feb 1872 at Congress, Wayne Co OH, age 28, born <1844> at Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Occupation: clerk.  Single.  Also at Ohio Obituary Index spelled PANCOAST...no additional info there. Doesn't list as Civil War veteran.    

 

Patterson, Samuel*   8 Sept 1862  Soldiers and Sailors System lists him as Lemuel
Private Patterson was age 18 when he entered service.  He was detached in the 7th Michigan Battery on 27 Jan 1863.  No further record found. The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at St. Louis, Missouri, in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery in section 65 grave 159.  It says he died 30 Mar 1863.
Father: John PATTERSON
Mother:  Harriet SPINKS
Birth: <1846> OH
Marriage:  
Death:   30 Mar 1863
Cemetery: Jefferson Barracks Cem, St Louis Co, MO  This may be Samuel Patterson listed at Jefferson Barracks.:  Petterson, Samuel , d. 02/08/1863, Plot: 65 0 10432, bur. 02/08/1863 
Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Eric Kreft at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Samuel PATTERSON, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 30 Mar 1863 at Elliot General Hospital, St Louis, MO.  Cause: diarrhoea and fever.

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

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  Samuel PETERSON, Co E 120 OH Reg.   Died 30 Mar 1863.   Originally buried at Christ Church Cem, St. Louis, MO.    Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, Sec 65, Grave 10432.  

Not on Pension Index.  

Father and mother????:  Ohio, County Marriages:  John P. PATTERSON married Harriet SPINKS, 17 Oct 1839, Wayne Co OH.  

????1850 Census, Penfield, Lorain Co OH, Dwelling 1758, Family 1839:  John P PATTERSON, age 31 PA, sawyer; Harriet, age 29 PA; James A, age 9 OH; John P, age 7 OH; Isaac, age 4 OH; Robert C, age one OH.  [Harriet Spinks Patterson died 7 Jul 1851, buried Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH.]

Ftaher, John P. PATTERSON married Sarah A. RAZOR, 8 Mar 1855, Ashland OH.

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 340:  John P PATTERSON, age 41 PA, farmer; Sarah A, age 30 OH; James H, age 19 OH, engineer; John, age 17 OH; Lemuel, age 14 OH; Robert, age 10 Oh; Victor, age 5 OH; Charley, age 1 OH; James RILEY, age 29 OH, journeyman wagon maker.  [Note:  John P. PATTERSON, died 6 Feb 1865, buried Congress Cem, Wayne Co OH.]

 1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 38, Family 39:  Sarah PATTERSON, age 41 OH; Charly, age 11 OH.  

Pershin, Harmon B.   15 Aug 1862             PERSHING
Private Pershin was age 18 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: John PERSHING
Mother:  Rebecca RODMAN?
Birth: Oct 1841 OH
Marriage:  Eve HOLMES, 4 Jun 1868, Wayne Co OH
Death:   30 Nov 1907, Painesville, Lake Co, OH
Cemetery: Evergreen Cemetery, Painesville, Lake Co OH
Harmon B. PERSHING Co E 120th OH Inf, 1841 - 1907, Sec 19 Row 8 Stone 4
Eva PERSHING, 1851 - 1913, Sec 19 Row 8 Stone 5
Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo Credits:  Brad Campbell at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Harmon B PERSHING, E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1889 June 13, Application 709705, Certificate 490442, filed in OH.  Widow, Eve PERSHING, filed 1907 Dec 30, Application 882139, Certificate 639471, filed in OH.   

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 244, Family 246:  John PERSHIN, age 51 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 42 PA; George?? [male], age 23 PA, farmer; Caroline, age 18 PA; Wesley C, age 16 PA, farmer; Phoeba A or S., age 14 PA; Mary J, age 11 PA; Harmon B, age 8 OH; Harriet M., age 5 OH; John C, age 3 OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 353:  John PERSHIN, age 61 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 52 PA; Harmon B, age 18 OH; Harriet M, age 15 OH; John C, age 12 OH; Clarinda R, age 9 OH. [Note: living next door Wesley C PERSHIN [26PA] and his family]  [According to researcher at FamilySearch, Harmon's mother was Rebecca ROADMAN and Harmon married Eva HOLMES.  See Franklin HOLMES on this page.  Eva may have been his sister.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  H. B. PERSHING married Eve HOLMES, 4 Jun 1868, Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Sullivan Twp, Ashland County OH, page 815:  Harmon PERSHING, age 28 OH, manager of farm; Eva, age 18 OH; Ida C, age 1 OH; Oliver HOLMES, age 13 OH, farm laborer.  

1880 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH, page 54:  Harmon B PERSHING, age 38 OH, farmer, parents born PA:  Eve, wife, age 28 OH, parents born PA; Ida C, daughter, age 11 OH; Arminda M, daughter, age 4 OH; John C, brother, age 32 OH, carpenter; Olander B, son, age 9 OH.  [Note: is Olander=Orlando]

1890 Veterans Schedule: Madison Twp, Lake Co OH:   Line 44, House 285, Family 295:  Harmon PERSHING, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.   Post Office:  North Madison, OH.  Disabilities:  sciatica, rheumatism, back injured by slipping.  

1900 Census, Madison Twp, Lake Co OH, page 47:  Harmon B PERSHING, age 59 OH, born Oct 1841, married 31 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Eve, wife, age 48 OH, born Aug 1851, married 31 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, parents born OH; Ruth T, daughter, age 8 OH, born May 1892.  

Ohio record:  Herman B. PERSHING died 30 Nov 1907 at Painesville.  Age 66.  Born 1841.  White.  Farmer.  Married

Harmon's son????1900 Census, Village of Cato town, Ira Twp, Cayuga County NY, page 211:  Orlando B PERSHING, age 29 OH, single, born May 1871, parents born OH, no occupation listed.

Harmon's daughter???1900 Census, Auburn, Cayuga County NY, page 54:  Ida GREENLEE, age 31 OH,  is supposed to be on this page, but she must be under the smudges because I can't see her there.  According to WorldConnect researchers she would have been a widow then because her husband Edwin B GREENLEE died in 1899.

Harmon's widow and daughters Arminda M.????? and Ruth,1910 Census, Burbank Twp, Los Angeles County, CA, page 47:  Mark S ?????, age 32 OH, married 2 yrs, stenographer in building co; Minnie?, wife, age 33 OH, married 2 yrs, 0 children, parents born OH; Eva PERSHING, mother-in-law, age 58 OH, 4 children/4 still living, widow, parents born PA; Ruth T, sister-in-law, age 17 OH. [Note:  WorldConnect researchers say Arminda married Mark S VAN LEUVEN in 1907.]

Brother's Death record in Ohio: :  File # 59476:  John Clark PERSHING died 29 Oct 1921 at Hancock St, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Married to Rachel PERSHING.  Born 25 Dec 1847 at Pleasant Home OH.  Laborer.  Father John PERSHING, born OH.  Mother Rebecca Rod???, born OH.  Burial Wooster Cem.  Informant Mrs. Paul LYON of Wooster OH.  

Porter, John A.*   7 Oct 1862
Private Porter was age 22 when he entered service.  He died on 18 Mar 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee.
The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Memphis, Tennessee, in the Mississippi River Cemetery, section 2 grave 141.
Father: Robert PORTER
Mother:  Elizabeth BOOR [vikkileereynoldson @ancestry.com]
Birth: <1840>PA
Marriage:  Mary STRAUS, 9 May 1861, Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Death:   18 Mar 1863, Memphis, TN
Cemetery: Memphis National Cem, Shelby Co, TN:  Porter, J A, d. 03/18/1863, PVT E 20 [incorrect] OHIO INF, Mar 18 1863, Plot: H 4901
Cemetery Photo
Photo Credit:  Jennifer Gross at Find a Grave

 Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: John A. PORTER, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 18 Mar 1863 on the floating hospital "City of Memphis", cause: chronic dysentery.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  Moved from Old National Cemetery at Fort Pickering, Memphis TN to Memphis National Cemetery, #1114,  J. A. PORTER, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf., died 18 Mar 1863, Section 2, 141.  [Second record:  Section 2, grave 4901]

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  J. A. PORTER, Pvt, Co E, 20 [sic] OH Inf.  Died 18 Mar 1863.  Originally buried at Memphis TN.  Memphis National Cemetery, Section H, Grave 4901.  

Pension Card:  John A. PORTER, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf., died 18 Mar 1863 at Memphis TN.    Widow's pension, Mary A. PORTER, filed 11 May 1863, Application 21217, Certificate 12720.  Minor pension, minor guardian Elisha CAMERON, filed 19 Feb 1872, Application 201836, Certificate 156532.  This widow is associated with Albert STEWART Co I 9th IA Cav. [Note: second husband...married about <1870>]

1850 Census, Stephensburg, Frederick VA, Dwelling 1872, Family 1902:  Robert PORTER, age 41 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 31 PA; Mary E, age 11 PA; William, age 10 PA; George, age 7 PA; Robert, age 3 PA; John A., age 9 PA.  

1860 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne County, OH, page :  Rob PORTER, age 50 PA, farmer; Elizabeth age 40 PA; John, age 20 PA; William, age 18 PA; George, age 15 PA; Robert age 12 VA; Sarah J, age 11 VA; James, age 9 VA; Albert age 3 OH; Catharn, age 5 OH; not named, age 1 month, OH.  [Rob and Elizabeth Porter are buried at Overton Church of God Cemetery, Wayne Co OH.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  John PORTER married Mary STRAUS, 9 May 1861, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  

soldier's parents and siblings 1870 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 33, Family 32:  Robert PORTER, age 60 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 50 PA; Robert, age 21 VA, working on farm; S. J,[male] age 20 VA, working on farm; James, age 18 VA, day laborer; C. E, [female]age 15 OH; Albert, age 12 OH; Henry, age 11 OH; A. M., age 4 OH, [male].  

Pension at fold3.com :
There is a pension listed for John A Porter, Co E 120th in Ohio in 1872.  There was only one image at fold3.com for the widow of John PORTER.  That document said the Mary A. was the widow of John A. PORTER and that her file was consolidated with Mary A. STEWART of Albert STEWART, #787342   It was stamped 17 Mar 1915.

1880 Census, Lagrange twp, Harrison Co IA, Dwelling 19, Family 19:  A. O. STEWART, age 36 OH, painter, parents born PA; M. A., [female] age 35 PA, parents born PA; A. Franklin, son, age 6 OH; Edward F, age 4 MO, son; Ira O, son, age 4 IA; Adam STRAUSS, father, age 79 PA, gentleman, father born Germany.

1900 Census, Cass Twp, Harrison Co IA, Dwelling 177?, Family 179?:  Albert STEWART, age 56 OH, born May 1844, married 30 yrs, father's birthplace unknown, mother born OH, farmer; Mary A, wife, age 55 PA, born Oct 1844, married 30 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born PA; Edward F, son, age 26 MO, single, born Mar 1874, fathre oh, mother PA, school teacher; Ira O, son, age 23 IA, born Nov 1876, father OH, mother PA, farmer.  

Widow of Albert STEWART applied for pension 24 Dec 1912, Application 998706, certificate 787342.  Albert died 12 Nov 1912 at Dos Palos, California.  There is nothing more at fold3.com.

 WorldConnect:  The soldier's son was John Albert Franklin PORTER, born 12 Apr 1862, Wayne Co OH.  Mary died 18 Jan 1919, Merced Co CA.  

1910 Census, Elgin Ave, Dos Palos Pct, Merced Co CA, Dwelling 56, Family 56:  Albert STEWART, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 40 yrs, parents born OH, house painter, not marked for military service;  Mary A, wife, age 66 PA, second marriage, married 40 yrs, 3 children/2 still living, parents born PA.  

Rapp, John*   18 Aug 1862                 ROPP
Sergeant Rapp was age 30 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Corporal on 26 Jan 1863; he died 21 Apr 1863 on the hospital boat Nashville.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi, section A grave 42.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1832> OH
Marriage:  Bathia UHLER, 1 Dec 1853, Holmes Co OH
Death:   21 Apr 1863, hospital boat Nashville
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cem, Warren Co, MS   Ropp, Jno, d. 21 Apr 1863, Plot: A 2898, Cpl, Civil War, Co E 120th OH
John Ropp at VicksburgJames Reynolds at Vicksburg 

 Photo Credits:  Wm Sanders50 Census, have not found.

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960, Vicksburg National Cem.:  Moved from levee three-quarters mile above Marshall Plantation, Madison Parish, LA[Note: Madison Parish is across the Miss. River from Vicksburg], #116, Jno ROPP, Corporal, Co E 120th OH Inf.  died 21 Apr 1863, had been buried in same grave with an unknown soldier of Co H 83rd OH who had also died on 21 Apr 1863.  ROPP  was buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery Section A, #42.  The unknown soldier was buried in A, #41.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  John ROPP, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 21 Apr 1863 on the hospital steamer "Nashville".  Cause: typhoides febris.   [Note:  This could be the unknown seen below in the Burial Registers:  James A Reynolds, Private,  of Co A 83rd OH Inf, died on 21 Apr 1863 on the floating hospital "Nashville".  Cause: phthisis (tuberculosis)]  Both soldiers are listed on the same page in the Registers of Deaths and both died in the steamboat "Nashville."  James Reynolds, Co H 83rd is listed at the Department of Veterans Affairs, buried in section A grave 2897 at Vicksburg, next to John ROPP of the 120th.]

Pension Index:  Widow Bethia ROPP.  Pension Card:  John A. ROPP, Sgt, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Widow filed 15 June 1863.  Bithia Uhler ROPP is listed as the widow of John A. ROPP, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Approved pension application.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  John ROPP married Bathia UHLER, 1 Dec 1853, Holmes Co OH.

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 762, Family 754:  John ROPP, age 28 OH, farm labor; Bilha [female], age 28 OH.

------------------------------After the War
1870 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 94, Family 93:  Bertha ROPP, age 32 OH; Chalmer, age 10 OH; Harvey, age 2 OH; Mc. SHOEMAKER [female], age 8 OH; G. G., age 4 OH.  

This must be William Chalmers ROPP:
Ohio Death record:  John C. ROPP died 7 May 1933, Wadsworth, Medina Co OH.  Married.  Born 8 Sep 1860, Overton, Wayne Co OH.  Father John ROPP, born OH.  Mother Bertha UHLER, born Wooster, OH.  Wife Minnin McClarin ROPP.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Harvey S. ROPP married Dessie ZIEGLER, 28 Sep 1907.  Harvey's father was John A. ROPP, mother Bithia UHLER.  H. S. ROPP married Ella A. ANKERMAN, 26 Nov 1924, Wayne OH.  He was age 56, born about 1868.  His parents were John ROPP and Bithia UHLER.  

1880 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 283, Family 289:  Mathia ROPP [female], age 46 OH, keeping house, parents born PA; John S, son, age 19 OH, laborer, parents born OH; Harvey S, son, age 12 OH, parents born OH.  
[Information provided by Stephanie:  Death certificate: Harvey Seymor Ropp b. 24 June 1868 in Chester, Oh. d. 11 June 1932 in Sullivan, Ashland Co., Oh) lists "Unknown" for father and "Bethia Uhler" for mother. Bethia doesn't appear to have ever remarried based on Census records and her death certificate.]

1890 Special Veterans Schedule:  Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 12, House 59, Family 60:   Birthia ROPP, widow of John ROPP, Pvt Co E 120th OH Inf., died in service, discharge lost.  Post Office Cedar Valley OH.    

1900 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 275, Family 276:  Harvey ROPP, age 31 OH, widow born June 1868, farmer parents born OH; Bitha, mother, widow, age 66 OH, born Dec 1833, parents born PA; Bernard R, son, age 5 OH, born Aug 1894, parents born OH.  

For information about a hospital ship named Nashville go to this outside site:
http://members.tripod.com/~Write4801/riverboats/n.html 

Pension information for widow at fold3.com:
 Bithia ROPP, widow of John A. ROPP, Sergt, Co E 120th OH Vol.  of Wayne Co OH, Post Office Cedar Valley, OH.  
Soldier died on board hospital boat 'Nashville" 21 Apr 1863, of typhoid fever, near Millikens Bend LA.  
Widow's Declaration dated 8 May 1863.  Bithia was age 29.  Bithia and John ROPP were married 1 Dec 1853.  One minor child William Chalmers aged 2, 8 Sep 1862 residing with applicant at Cedar Valley, Wayne Co OH.  Witnesses were Ezra UHLER and W. J. SMITH, residents of Wayne Co OH.  

John ROPP enlisted at Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, and mustered in as a Corporal.  Was promoted to 5th Sergeant.

John ROPP of Holmes Co OH married Bathia UHLER of Holmes Co OH were married 1 Dec 1853 by W M Conant, Minister of the Gospel; witnessed by Aann UHLER and Elizabeth.  

Affidavit of William DULIN of Co E 120th, dated 11 July 1864:  "...that said John A Ropp was buried in the levee on  orabout the 22nd day of April A. D. 1863.  Said Ropp was taken sick on or about the 18th day of March 1863, with said fever, and continued sick with the same up to the time of his death on or about the 21st day of April 1863, that previous to his attack of fever his general health was good: and he was a faithful soldier."

Justin GEORGET was the physician present at the birth of William C. ROPP, son of Berthia and John.  

William Chalmers ROPP was born at Wayne Co OH 8 Sep 1860.  

Redman, Levi   17 Sept 1862    REPMAN
Private Redman was age 21 when he entered service. [No further comments listed.] REBMAN at Soldiers and Sailors System]
Father: Joseph REPMAN
Mother:  Mary LEET
Birth: 11 Oct 1842 PA
Marriage:  1 Elizabeth McCULLON
2 Jennie DOUTHETT  [Sarah J.]
3 Maud LOSTETTER
Death:   ?1927
Cemetery:  Sippery Rock Church Cemetery, Ellwood City, Lawrence Co PA.

Levi Repman was in the 1890 Veterans Schedule, so why can't I find his record in the Pension Index file?

Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens Lawrence County Pennsylvania
Biographical Publishing Company, Buffalo, N.Y.,  1897, page 361[Found at USGenWeb Archives.]
Levi REPMAN, born 11 Oct 1842 at Wayne Co OH.  Parents:  Joseph and Mary [LEET] REPMAN.  At age 13 the father, Joseph, came to the US from Germany.  Spent time in Pennsylvania and then moved to Canaan Twp,Wayne Co OH, and then to Spencer, Medina Co OH where he and Mary died.  Children: Joseph, Hannah, Sophia, Simon, Jacob, Andrew, Mary, Eliza; John, Sarah [died early] and Levi, the youngest.  Levi worked in Ashland OH at age 15 learning to be a miller, then farmed. "In 1862, he enlisted in Co. E, 120th Reg. O.V.T., and served two years as a private." After the war he went to Indiana working at a saw[mill and farming.  Then moved to grist-mills in Rochester, PA for 5 yrs.  In 1868 he worked at limestone quarry for one year.  Leased the Shin, Williams and Co lime kilns for 20 yrs.  Was railway engineer for 2 yrs.  In 1877 he built a hous in Wampum.  In 1892 he built a hous on thirty acres of what had been the McCullon farm.  
   He married Elizabeth McCULLON, dau of Aaron.  They had son Harry and daughter Ida J [SCHNEIDER].  Second wife, Jennie DOUTHETT.  They had son Charles.  Third wife Maud LOSTETTER, dau of James.  

father 1860 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 1171, Family 1159:  Joseph REBMAN, age 66 Wurtemburg, farmer; Eliza, age 22 OH.  

Levi's brother?  Levi would have been about 17 or 18 yrs old in 1860.
So this Levi may have been Simon's child.
1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 777, Family 773:  Simon REPMAN, age 34 PA, miller; Mary Jane, age 30 PA; John A, age 10 PA; Levi, age 8 OH; Ida Jane, age one OH.  

1870 Census, Wayne, Lawrence Co PA, Dwelling 98, Family 101:  Levi REPMAN, age 27 PA, laborer; Elisabeth, age 24 PA; Harry J, age 8 months, PA.  

1880 Census, Wampum Borough, Lawrence Co PA, Dwelling 233, Family 275:  Levi REPMAN, age 38 OH, lime burner, father born PA, mother born Wurtemburg; Sarah J., wife, age 27 PA, parents birthplaces not filled in; Harry, J, son, age 10 PA; Ida J, daughter, age 9 PA.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Wampum, Lawrence Co PA: Line 15, House 96, Family 99:  Levi REPMAN, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.   Post Office: Wampum, PA.  Disability: chronic diarrhoea.  

1900 Census, Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co PA, Dwelling 476, Family 492:  Levi REPMAN, age 57 OH, born Oct 1842, married 4 yrs, father born Germany, mother born PA, farmer; Maud, wife, age 39 PA, born June 1860, married 4 yrs, 0 children, parents born PA; Charles, son, age 19 PA,  born June 1880, single, furniture salesman; Harry J.,son, age 28 PA, born Oct 1871, single, at school.  

1910 Census, New Castle Rd, Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co PA, Dwelling 66, Family 66:  Levi REPMAN, age 68 OH, third marriage, married 16 yrs, father born Germany, mother born PA, general farming, column 30 marked UA for military service ; Maude, wife, age 49 PA, first marriage, married 16 yrs, father born VA, mother born PA.  

1920 Census, Ann Street, Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co PA, Dwelling 119, Family 124:  Levi REPMAN, age 78 OH, widowed, father born Germany, mother born PA, no occupation; Mery E. McCONAHY, servant, age 65 PA, widowed, parents born PA, house keeper.
 

Rider, John E.   20 Feb 1864
Private Rider was age 22 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Discharged 16 Mar 1866.  

Father: Rudy RIDER
Mother:  Eliza BROWN
Birth: 15 Aug 1841, East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  Barbara BOTT, 24 Dec 1866, Wayne Co OH
Death:   10 Mar 1924 at Apple Creek OH
Cemetery: Apple Creek Cem, Apple Creek OH

 Photo Credits:  Jerry Holderfield

 Pension Card:  John RIDER, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Co B 48th OH Inf, Co H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 21 May 1889, Application 705854, Certificate 480307, filed in OH.  John died 10 Mar 1924 at Apple Creek OH.  

1850 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 213, Family 214:  Rudy RIDER, age 38 PA, farmer; Eliza Ann, age38 PA; Christian, age 15 OH; Martin, age 13 OH; John, age 9 OH; Elizabeth Ann, age 7 OH; Ephraim, age 4 OH; Nancy C, age 1 OH; David RESHLY, age 70 Germany.  [Note:  Rudolph RIDER married Eliza Ann BROWN on 1 Feb 1833 in Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 25:  Roudy RYDER, age 47 PA, farmer; Elisa, age 47 PA; John, age 19 OH; Elizabeth, age 18? OH; Mary, age 16 OH; Benjamin, age 7 OH; Lavina, age 4 OH.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  John E RIDER married Barbara BOTT on 24 Dec 1866 in Wayne County, OH.  

1870 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 177:  Jno E RIDER, age 26 OH, day laborer; Barbara, age 31 OH; Susanah, age 1 OH.  [Note: next dwelling Simon BOTT, age 60 PA, and Anna BOTT, age 56 PA.

1880 Census, East Union, Wayne, OH, page 162:  John RYDER, age 29? OH, works by day, father born PA, mother born OH; Barbara, wife, age 41 OH, parents born PA; Savanie, daughter, age 11 OH; Milton, son, age 9 OH; Wallace, son, age 6 OH; Orilla, daughter, age 3 OH; John H, son, age 1 OH.  

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule

1900  Census, East Union, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 144, Family 140: John REIDER, age 58 OH, born Aug 1841, married 34 yrs, father birthplace unknown, mother born OH, farmer; Barbara, wife, age 61 OH, born Feb 1839, married 34 yrs, 6 children/5 still living, parents born PA; Milton, son, age 29 OH, single, born Apr 1871, sawmill laborer; John, son, age 21 OH, single, born Oct 1878, farm laborer.
[Note: ?brother Christopher REIDER living next door, age 65 OH, divorced, born Aug 1834, parents born PA, farm laborer.]

1910 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 152:  John REIDER, age 70 OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, parents born OH; Barbra, wife, age 71? OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, 6 children/5 still living, parents born PA; John B, son, age 31 OH, single, day? laborer.  [Note:  Column 30 looks like it was marked for military service for John Sr.]

1920 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne County OH, page 149:  John E RIDER, age 78 OH, widower, farmer on general farm, parents born PA;  Wallace E, son, age 45 OH, single, farm laborer, parents born OH; Rilla, daughter, age 43 OH, widow; Morgory M, granddaughter, age 8 OH, parents born OH.  

Daily Record 19 Mar 1924 page 2
Facts from the obituary:  John Rider of Apple Creek, born East Union twp, Wayne county OH, born 15 Aug 1841, died 14 [not correct] Mar 1924, parents Rudy and Eliza Brown Rider, 8 siblings[including Savanah wife of John Foster, Wallace, Rilla wife of CLOUSE, John of home and Milton of Applecreek], 7 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, Company E 120th OVI transferred to Co. B, married Barbary Bott, had six children, burial Applecreek cemetery.

The obituary says that he transferred from Company E to Company B.  However, he is not listed in the Roster on Company B.  Grave Registration Card shows that John was in Co B of the 48th Ohio as well as Co E of the 120th.  He was born 15 Aug 1841 and died 10 Mar 1924.  

Death record in Ohio:  File #18929, John E. REIDER died at East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH, on 10 Mar 1924.  Widowed.  Born 15 Aug 1841 in OH.  Farmer.  Father, Rudy REIDER born PA.  Mother Eliza A. BROWN, born PA.  Burial Applecreek, OH.  Informant, Mrs. Rilla CLOUSE of Applecreek, OH.  

William Rittenhouse was the last of the 120th OVI soldiers to die.  On 7 June 1938 there was a reunion at Wooster for the sons and daughters of the regiment at Wooster OH.  At that reunion there were only two surviving veterans.  They were William Rittenhouse of Ashland and William Jemison of Moorhead, KY.  William Jemison died 25 Feb 1939.  William Rittenhouse died 6 May 1939.  [Plain Dealer - Cleveland OH, Wednesday, 8 June 1938, page 14 reported the reunion.]

Rittenhouse, William   23 Sept 1862
Private Rittenhouse was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Mathias RITTENHOUSE
Mother:  Katherine GUTWALTZ
Birth: 7 Dec 1843, Wayne Co. OH
Marriage:  Similda A. SHISLER, 24 Aug 1871, Ashland Co OH
Death:   6 May 1939, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:  Trinity Cem., Ashland OH
Photo Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  William RITTENHOUSE, F 48th, H 114th, and E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1890 Dec 9, Application 965798, Certificate 855842, filed in OH.  

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 258, Family 271:  Matthias RITTENHOUSE, age 45 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 45 PA; James, age 20 PA, farmer; Henry, age 16 OH, farmer; Mary, age 13 OH; Abraham, age 11 OH; Matthias, age 9 OH; William, age 7 OH; Reuben, age 6 months OH.  

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 273:  Mathias RITTENHOUSE, age 55 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 54 PA; Abraham, age 21 OH; Mathias, age 18 OH; William, age 16 OH; Reuben, age 10 OH, Barbary ALLEMAN, age 50 OH, widow.  

1870 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 137, Family 136:  Mathis WRITENHOUSE, age 55 PA, farmer; Catherine, age 64 PA; Wm, age 26 OH, works on farm; Reuben, age 20 OH, harness maker.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  William RITTENHOUSE married Similda A. SHISLER, 24 Aug 1871, Ashland Co OH.  

1880 Census Perry, Ashland, OH, page 203:  Wm RITTENHOUSE, age 36 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Similda, wife, age 28 OH, parents born PA; Benj. F MARTIN, other, age 11 OH, works on farm, father born VA, mother born OH; Alice, other, age 9 TN, servant, father born VA, mother born OH.  

1900 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 185:  William RITTENHOUSE, age 56 OH, born Dec 1843, married 29 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Samilda A, wife, age 49 OH, born Mar 1851, married 29 yrs, 0 children, parents born PA.  

1910 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH, page 253:  William RITTENHOUSE, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 38 yrs, general farming, parents born PA; Similda A, wife, age 59 OH, first marriage, married 38 yrs, 0 children, father born NY,mother born PA. Also living there are Ray W SWAISGOOD, nephew, single, age 17 IL, farm laborer, father born OH, mother born IL; Mary G SWAISGOOD, neice, age 13 CO, father born OH, mother born IL. [Column 30 indicates UA for military service for William.]

1920 Census, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH, page 227:  William RITTENHOUSE, age 76 OH, retired farmer, parents born PA; Similda A, wife, age 68 OH, parents born PA; Ray W SWAISGOOD, hired man, age 27 NB, farm operator on general farm, father born OH, mother born IL.  

Find A Grave:  William RITTENHOUSE born 7 Dec 1843, died 6 May 1939, buried Trinity Cem, Ashland County OH.

Ohio Online Death Certificate Index:  William RITTENHOUSE died 6 May 1939 in Ashland County OH.

Death record in Ohio:  File #28828, William RITTENHOUSE died 6 May 1939 at his residence 529 Vine St, Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Served in the Civil War.  Widower of Samilda RITTENHOUSE.  Retired farmer.  Born 7 Dec 1843 in Wayne Co. OH.  Father Mathias RITTENHOUSE, born Lancaster Co PA.  Mother Katherine GUTWALTZ, born Lancaster Co PA.  Burial Trinity Cem.  Informant, Ray SWAISGOOD.

Similda:  1851 - 1925

Not in original list:  John ROPP  See John RAPP above.

 

Roseborough, Joseph E.   15 Aug 1862
1st Lieutenant Roseborough's age upon entering service is not given.  He resigned 24 Mar 1863.  [Joseph E Roseborough, Private, Company C, 16th Ohio Infantry, for 3 months according to the bio below and Soldiers and Sailors System site.]
Father: John ROSEBOROUGH
Mother:  Jane Ewing ROSEBOROUGH
Birth: 1834 Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  Celesta CLELAND, 4 Oct 1870, Richland Co OH
Death:   28 Feb 1887 at Shiloh, Richland Co OH.
Cemetery: Mount Hope Cem, Shiloh, Richland Co OH
Photo Credit:  Cheryl Slone  at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Joseph E ROSEBOROUGH, E 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Calista ROSEBOROUGH, filed in 1890 Sep 2, Application 481068, Certificate 319947, filed in OH.  Pension Card.  Lt, Joseph died 28  Feb 1887.  

Listed in the Wooster Republican on 29 January 1863:  At Overton Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee: Lieutenant J E Roseborough of the 120th is listed as convalescent.

Father's Land Patent:  John ROSEBOROUGH of Wayne Co Ohio purchased East half of the northwest quarter of section eight in township 21 of Range 14 in the district of lands offered for sale at Wooster, OH, containing 80 acres.  1826 Sep 29?          [Note: Twp 21, Range 14 is Congress Twp.]

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling :  James McClellan with his family, age 56 PA, farmer; Jane, age 47 PA; Wilson, age 21 OH, farmer; Alexander, age19 OH, farmer; Nancy, age 18 OH; Harvey, age 15 OH; Amy, age 26 OH; Samuel, age 14 OH; Martha, age 11 OH; Robert, age 9 OH; and then these ROSEBOROUGH children: John ROSEBOROUGH, age 21 OH; Mary A ROSEBOROUGH, age 18 OH; Joseph ROSEBOROUGH, age 15 OH, farmer; William ROSEBOROUGH, age 14 OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 338:  Jane ROSEBOROUGH, age 57 PA?, widow;  Joseph E, age 25 OH, teacher in common school; William, age 23 OH, farm laborer.  [Note parents of Joseph E at  Find A Grave:  Jane Ewing ROSEBOROUGH, daughter of Wm ROSEBOROUGH and Agnes EWING was married in 1825 to John ROSEBOROUGH.  She died in 1881 and is buried at Congress Cemetery, Congress, Wayne County OH.  Her husband John died in 1838.  Joseph's siblings were George, Samuel, John W, Mary A, William M, and Erasmus A.]

1870 Census, Shiloh village, Cass Twp, Richland County OH, page 42:  Joseph E ROSEBOROUGH, age 33 OH, physician;  Jane, age 67 PA.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  J. E. ROSEBOROUGH married Celesta CLELAND, 4 Oct 1870, Richland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Shiloh village, Richland County OH, page 26:  J E ROSBOROUGH, age 46 OH, Physician, parents born PA; Celesty, wife, age 30 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; F R, daughter, age 8 OH; M J, son, age 7 OH; B J, son, age 5 OH; Vonnew?Vonview?, son, age 2 OH; H D, daughter, age 4 months OH, born in Jan 1880.

There is a bio of J. E. Roseborough on the following site:
http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Richland/RichlandCass.htm 
Joseph E., a doctor,  was born in Wayne county OH on 16 Feb 1834.  He was living in Wooster, OH, when he raised a company for the 120th.  In 1866 he moved to Richland County, OH.  Wife: Miss Celesta CLELAND.  They had five children at the time of the writing of History of Richland County [1880 compiled by A. A. Graham].   The bio listed him as being in Company C although he is listed in the Official Roster Volume 8 in company E.

Ohio deaths:  J. E. ROSEBOROUGH, died 28 Feb 1887 at Shiloh, Richland Co OH.  Age 53.  Born 1834 Wayne Co OH.  Physician.  White, Married.  

1900 Census, Hoadley St, Cleveland 7th Ward, Precinct D, Cuyahoga County, OH, page 156:  Celia [could be Celeste] ROSEBOROUGH, age 50 OH, widow, born Feb 1850, parents born PA; Milne, son, age 27 OH, single, born Apr 1873, parents born OH, sketch artist;  Donald, son, age 18 OH, single, born Mar 1882, engraver,  parents born OH;  Josephine, daughter, age 13 OH, single, born Mar 1887, parents born OH.  [not in Cleveland Necrology]

Rumbaugh, Adam   15 Aug 1862
Private Rumbaugh was age 19 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  [No further info in roster.]
Father: Isaac RUMBAUGH
Mother:  Mary RUMBAUGH
Birth: May 1843  [20 May 1843....WorldConnect]
Marriage:  Catharine SHANK on 30 Dec 1869 in Wayne Co OH
Death:   13 Feb 1906 MI
Cemetery:  Ford Cem, Bannister, Gratiot Co MI
Photo Credit:  Dale and Linda Willett 
Adam C RUMBAUGH, born 1843, died 1906, burial Ford Cemetery, Bannister, Gratiot County, MI.  [Catherine 1851-1919]   Photo requested.  

Pension Index:  Adam C RUMBAUGH, F 48th, H 114th and E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1887 June 28, Application 614636, Certificate 405188, filed in Michigan.  Widow, Catherine RUMBAUGH, filed 1906 Mar? 29, Application 846000, Certificate 627416, filed in Michigan.  Pension Card:  Adam died 13 Feb 1906.

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 144, Family 146:  Isaac ROMBAUGH, age 34 PA; Mary, age 36 PA; Susanna, age 11 OH; Adam, age 7 OH; Daniel, age 4 OH; William, age 1 OH; John HAYNES, age 24 OH, farmer.  [Adam's mother could be Mary C KNIGHT....Family Search.]

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH, page 313:  Isaac ROMBAUGH, age 44 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 39 Bavaria; Susan, age 22 OH; Adam, age 18 OH, farm labor; Daniel, age 15 OH; William, age 12 OH; Elizabeth, age 9 OH; Mary T?, age 3 OH.  

Wayne Co OH probate court record:  Adam RUMBAUGH married Catharine SHANK on 30 Dec 1869 in Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County OH, page 61:  Adam RUMBAUGH, age 27 OH, farmer; Catherine, age 19 OH.

1880 Census, Chapin, Saginaw County, MI, page 55:  Adam RUMSBAUGH, age 36 OH, farmer, can't read parents birthplaces; Catharine, wife, age 29 OH, parents born PA; Lucinda, daughter, age 5 OH; Lamburitis, son, age 2 OH.  

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule

1900 Census, Chapin Twp, Saginaw County, MI, page 153:  Adam RUMBAUGH, age 57 OH, born May 1843, married 31 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Catherine, wife, age 49 OH, born Dec 1850, married 31 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, father born MD, mother born PA; Burtus?, son, age 22 OH, born Sep 1877 farm laborer; Lizzie, daughter, age 14 MI, born Nov 1885.  

Michigan, Deaths and Burials:  Adam RUMBAUGH dieD 13 Feb 1906 at Village of Elsie Clinton Co MI.  Age 62.  Born <1844>.  Farmer.  Married.  Father Isaac RUMBAUGH.  Mother Mary RUMBAUGH.  

 

Schwartz, Augustus   15 Aug 1862           Augustus SWARTZ
 Jefferson Cem. Plain Twp, Wayne County OH.  Private Schwartz was age 34 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Jacob SCHWARTZ
Mother:  Elizabeth ????
Birth: June 1828 PA
Marriage:  single
Death:   1907
Cemetery:   Jefferson Cem. Plain Twp, Wayne County OH
Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Pension Index:  Augustus SWARTZ, F 48th, H 114th and E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 5 Nov 1906, Application 1353819, Certificate 1129268, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Augustus SWARTZ by guardian Benjamin F. SWARTZ.  Co E 120th OH Inf.  Co F 48th OH Inf.  Co H 114th OH Inf.  Augustus died 1907.  

Burial:  At Soldiers and Sailors System site, his name in the 120th is spelled SWARTZ.  In the 114th, alternate names, SWARTZ and SCHWARTZ, private, M552 roll 95.  In the 48th OH Co. F, Augustus SCHWARTZ, Private, M552 roll 95.  Augustus SWARTZ  is also listed as private, in Co F 18th OH infantry, M552, roll107.  The Wayne County grave registration cards list Augustus SWARTZ  in the Co F of the  6th OVM. and say that he is buried at Jefferson Cem. Plain Twp, Wayne County OH.  The marker at the cemetery clearly shows that this is the Augustus SWARTZ of the 120th.  Notice on these photos that the stone is not for Augustus but the flag holder is. [Benuel [Benwell] SWARTZ was living in Plain Twp in 1850 and in Chester Twp in 1860, with Lucetta and children.  According to researcher at WorldConnect, Benwell was an older brother of Augustus.  Maybe Benuel was the Benjamin SWARTZ who is listed as his guardian on his pension index above.  Later census shows that Augustus was single, so clearly Benwell is not the same person as Augustus.  Augustus must have been buried near Benwell, but with no stone.]

At Soldiers and Sailors System, Augustus SCHWARTZ is listed in Co F, 48th Batt'n Ohio Infantry and Co H, 114th Ohio Infantry with the alternate name Augustus SWARTZ.

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 357:  Jacob Schwartz, age 61 PA, merchant; Elizabeth, age 53 PA; Augustus, age 22 PA; Elizabeth, age 19 PA; Margret, age 17 PA; Mary A, age 17 PA; Susan, age 14 OH.  

1860 Census Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 255:  Jacob SWARTS, age 71 PA, merchant; Elizabeth, age 63 PA; Augustus, age 30, harness maker, PA.

1870 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 286:  Jacob SWARTZ, age 81 PA, living with ??Henery and M B STEVIE, a grocer. Listed in the next dwelling are Elizabeth SWARTS, age 28 PA, and Augustus, age 30 PA. Jacob, Elizabeth and Augustus are all without occupation.  [ages wrong]

1880 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 293:  Augustus SWARTZ, age 49 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Elizabeth, sister, age 42 PA, parents born PA.  

1890 Veterans Schedule: Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 24, House 228, Family 228:  Augustus SWARTS, Pvt, Co E 120th OVI.    Post Office:  Plain Twp. Wayne Co OH.  

1900 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 36:  Augustus SWARTZ, age 71 PA, single, born June 1828, farmer, parents born PA;  Elizabeth, sister, age 68 PA, single, born Jan?1831, parents born PA.  

 

Shaver, Thomas A.   15 Aug 1862
Private Shaver was age 21 when he entered service.  He transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps on 11 Oct. 1863.
Father: Robert SHAVER
Mother:  Martha ELDER [maold's tree at Ancestry.com]
Birth: 28 Dec 1840 OH
Marriage:  Scinda L/Lena MCKEE on 28 Jan 1871 in Wayne County OH
Death: 17 Apr 1910 in Chadbourn, Columbus Co NC
Cemetery: Chadbourn Cemetery, Columbus Co NC
Thomas Shaver at Chadbourn Cemetery, Columbus Co NCPhoto Credit:  Ricky Graham at Find a Grave.
Thomas A Shaver
28 December 1840 - 17 April 1910 
Lenna McKee Shaver
Wife of Thomas A Shaver
16 January 1844 - 10 March 1912

Pension Index:  Thomas A SHAVER, E 120th, 15 Co 2nd Battalion VRC, and H 8th VRC.  Invalid filed 1889 30 Mar, Application 696541, Certificate 554688, filed in OH.  Widow, Scinda L SHAVER, filed 1910 June 16, Application 944215, no Certificate.  Notation at the bottom says Thomas died Apr 17, 1910 in Chadbourn NC.  

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 371, Family 383:  Robert SHAVER, age 40 PA, farmer; Martha, age 32 PA; Elizabeth, age 11 OH; Thomas A., age 9 OH; Ellen, age 6 OH; Margaret, age 2 OH; Mary A, age 7 months OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 331:  Robert SHAFFER, age 50 PA, farmer; Martha, age 43 PA; Thomas A, age 19 OH, college; Elizabeth I, age 20 OH; Eleanor, age 15 OH, deaf and ?; Margaret, age 12 OH; Mary Ann, age 10 OH; John, age 8 OH; Joseph S, age 6 OH; Ida M, age 4 OH.  

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 137:  Robert SHAVER, age 60 PA, keeping house; Martha, age 54 PA; Thomas G, age 28 OH; Ellen, age 25 OH, deaf?; Margret, age 22 OH; Mary A, age 20 OH; John H, age 18 OH; Joseph S [Note: 1880 Stewart], age 16 OH; Maitteg? [female] [Note: 1880 Ida], age 14 OH.

Wayne County Probate Court record: T A SHAVER married Lena MCKEE on 28 Jan 1871 in Wayne County OH. 

1880 Census Township 101 Range 56, Hanson, Dakota Territory, page 48: Thomas A SHAVER, age 40 OH, minister, parents born PA; Lena, wife, age 36 OH, parents born PA; Ada, daughter, age 9 OH; George A, son, age 7 OH.  

1900 Census, Chadbourn Twp, Columbus County, NC, page 37:  T A SHAVER, age 60 OH, born Dec 1840, married 30 yrs, children filled in and crossed out 2/1, fruit grower, parents born PA; Scinda L, wife, age 56 OH, born Jan 1844, married 30 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, father born PA, mother born OH; Ada, daughter, age 29 OH, single, born Jan 1871, parents born OH.  

1910 Sinda L SHAVER is living in Chadbourn Twp Columbus County, NC, with daughter Ada who was still single.

 

Shoup, William H.*   13 Aug 1862
Private Shoup was age 20 when he entered service.  He was killed 1 May 1863 in the battle of Thompson's Hill, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: ?George SHOUP
Mother:  ? Catherine ????
Birth: <1842>PA
Marriage:  
Death:   1 May 1863, Thompson's Hill, MS
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery [not listed] Stone at Burbank Cem, Wayne Co OH.
 Cemetery Photo
 Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

There is a stone for a Civil War soldier Shoup, W.H. died 1863, at Burbank cemetery, Wayne county OH, died 1 May 1863, age 20 yrs, 6 months.   His brother's name is on the same stone:  C.W. Shoup, died on the Steamer Sultana, 28 Apr 1865, age 21.

Wooster Republican 28 May 1863: Casualties in the 120th Ohio:  Wm H. Shoup, killed.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  William SHOUP, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 1 May 1863.  Place not given.  Cause: killed in battle.  

Not on Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Have found no pension index record.

1850 Census, have not found.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 338:  George SHOUP, age 44 PA, a farmer;  Catherine, age 44 PA?; John age 21 PA?, teacher in common school;  William, age 18 PA?, teacher in common school;  Charles, age 16 PA? [This must be the CW who died on the Sultana];   Caroline, age 11 PA?;  Thomas, age 8 PA?;  Sarah J, age 6 PA?.  
 [Catharine SHOUP, 1816-12 Oct 1883, wife of G. W. SHOUP, buried at Burbank Cem, Wayne Co OH.]

Showalter, Joseph   15 Aug 1862
Private Showalter was age 46 when he entered service.  He was discharged 28 June 1863 at Black River, Mississippi,  on a Surgeon's cerificate of disability. 
Father: John SHOWALTER
Mother:  Catharine HAIR
Birth: October 21, 1819, Westmoreland Co PA
Marriage:  1 Mary HOFFINES/HOFFINE
2 Eliza J. HUNTSMAN
Death:   10 Mar 1903
Cemetery:  Jackson Presbyterian Cem, Jackson, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH
 Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Jackson Presbyterian Cem, Jackson, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH.  120th indicated on the stone.  

 Pension Index:  Joseph SHOWALTER, E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1878 Jan 16, Application 247272, Certificate 408804.  Widow, Eliza J SHOWALTER, filed 1903 Mar 31 in OH, Application 781439, Certificate 565214, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Joseph died 10 Mar 1903.  

There is a Civil War soldier Showalter, Joseph, no dates given, buried at Jackson Presbyterian cemetery, Canaan Twp, Wayne county OH.  The dates given for this soldier at the RB Hayes Obituary Index can't be correct.

First marriage to Mary HOFFINES

1850 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 304, Family 304:  Joseph SHOWALTER, age 31 PA, blacksmith; Mary, age 32 PA; John, age 7 OH; Henry, age 5 OH; Elizabeth, age 3 OH; Franklin, age 2 OH; Catharine, age 1 OH.  

1855 married to Eliza J. HUNTSMAN

1860 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne County OH, page 248:  Joseph SHOWALTER, age 41 PA, blacksmith; Eliza, age 24 OH; Henry, age 15 OH; Elizabeth, age 13 OH; Franklin, age 12 OH; Catherine, age 10 OH; Ezra, age 9 OH; Jenny, age 5 OH; Albertes [male] age 3 OH; Marion, age 1 OH; unnamed male, age 4 months OH.  

1870 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 368:  Joseph SHOEWALTER, age 52 PA, blacksmith; Eliza J, age 33 OH; Jenney, age 14 OH; Marion, age 12 OH; William, age 10 OH; Charles C, age 4 OH.  

1880 Census Wayne Twp, Wayne County OH, page 345:  Joseph SHOWALTER, age 63 PA, blacksmith, parents born PA; Eliza J, wife, age 44 OH, parents born PA; Marion, son, age 21 OH, day laborer; William, son, age 20 OH, farmer; Charles C, son, age 14 OH; Leta E, daughter, age 9 OH.  

Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia [Wayne county OH version] page 505 in the Wayne Township section:
Joseph Showalter at Wooster, Ohio August 15, 1862, began life as a soldier, by enlisting in the ranks of Company E, 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1st brigade, 4th division, 13th army corps.  Who can fully estimate the boundless patriotism, and unselfish devotion to his native land, of a fond father, when he leaves his household of little children, needing his constant care, to enter ranks in the army?  Such devotion was shown by the subject of our sketch.  His first services were rendered at Chickasaw Bluffs, where the army under General Sherman, attempted to make its first landing in the vicinity of Vicksburg.  In this battle the Union troops were badly defeated.  Next followed the conflict at Arkansas Post, and in quick succession those of Youngs Point, Rich Mountain, and the severe skirmishes, or small battles, in the vicinity of Vicksburg, at Holmes plantation, and Smiths Plantation, and lastly, to the Black River Bridge. At this place Mr. Showalter was discharged for physical disability, June 30, 1863, having been a member of the army eleven months.  During this period he had been frequently detailed as regimental blacksmith, and veterinary surgeon. Mr. Showalter is a member of the Given Post, G.A.R., No. 133.  He is a son of John and Catharine (Hair) Showalter, and was born in Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania, October 21, 1819.  He was united in marriage to Mary Hoffines. Their children are:  John W. born July 27, 1843, now living in Steuben county, Indiana; Henry, November 1, 1844, whose home is in Westfield, Medina county, Ohio; Elizabeth, June 24, 1846, also living in the same place; Benjamin F., March 19, 1849, residing at Sterling, Wayne county, Ohio; Catharine, October 19, 1850, [residing in] in Steuben county Indiana; Ezra, March 19, 1852, [residing in] Wayne township, Wayne county, Ohio.  In Wooster, Wayne county, Ohio, June 2, 1855, by George Bronie, Esq., Joseph Showalter was married to Eliza J. Huntsman, the daughter of David and Catharine (Ulrick) Huntsman.  Mrs. Showalter was born in Massillon, Ohio, November 10, 1835.  The children of the second marriage are:  Jennie L., born February 16, 1856, now living in Chatham, Ohio; Marion, November 29, 1859, living at home; William, April 24, 1860, [living in] in Steuben county, Indiana; Charles C., July 1, 1866, and Ida Ellen, October 20, 1877, at home.  Elias Huntsman, the brother of Mrs. Showalter, was a member of Company K, 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was instantly killed by a shot through the head at the battle of Chickasaw Bluffs.  Mr. Showalter is engaged as a farmer, his postoffice address is Madisonburg, Ohio.
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Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule

1900 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 51:   Joseph SHOWALTER, age 80 PA, born Oct 1819, married 45 yrs, farmer, father born MD, mother born Pa; Eliza,wife, age 64 OH, born Nov 1835, married 45 yrs, 8 children/4 still living, father born PA, mother born Germany.


Smith, George   15 Aug 1862
Private Smith was age 19 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1843>
Marriage:  
Death:   by 8 August 1895
Cemetery: 

Pension Card:  George SMITH, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Co F 48th OH Inf.  Co H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 10 Sep 1890, Application 904911, Certificate 705457, filed in OH.  Widow, Amanda SMITH applied 8 Aug 1895, Application 619076, Certificate 417579, filed in OH .

[Not the one in Richland Co who married Amanda Leeper.]

 Maybe the one who married Miss Amanda WHEATING.  He was a native of Wayne Co OH.  Married her in Steubenville, Jefferson Co OH on 28 Nov 1887.  She was native of Jefferson Co OH.  [Ohio Marriages]

????1850 Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 332:  Samuel SMITH, age 38 VA, laborer; Elizabeth, age 29 PA; William E, age 10 OH; George, age 7 OH; Jackson, age 5 OH; Henry, age 4 OH; Mary, age 2 OH.  

????1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 305:  Samuel SMITH, age 48 VA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 39 PA; George, age 16 OH; Jackson, age 14 OH; Henry, age 13 OH; Mary, age 11 OH; Rebecca J, age 7 OH; Jacob, age 3 OH; Simon, age 9 months OH.  

????1870 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 376:  Samuel SMITH, age 58 VA, tenant farmer; Elizabeth, age 49 PA; George, age 28 OH, laborer; Henry, age 23 OH, carpenter; Mary, age 21 OH; Rebekah, ag 18 OH; Simon, age 9 OH; Charles W., ag 6 OH; William, age 3 OH; William RICHER, age 1 OH.  

 

Spear, Wesley W.   8 Aug 1862    Captain Spear is also listed with Company D.  I have put all of the information that I have about him with that company.  Please go to that page to read about him.
Captain Spear was age 26 when he entered service.  He was transferred as 1st Lieutenant Co. D on 26 Feb 1864; promoted to Captain 11 Aug 1864; transferred to Co. H 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI 24 July, 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
 

Spencer, William G.   21 Aug 1862
Sergeant Spencer was age 24 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Corporal on 1 June 1863; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, OH.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1838> PA
Marriage:  Mary YOUNG FRANCIS on 29 Dec 1867 in Wayne County OH
Death:   25 July 1907, San Diego Co CA
Cemetery: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Fallbrook, San Diego Co, CA, Block B, #14
Cemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Mary Van Essen aka O'side Native

California, Death Index, 1905-1939:  William G SPENCER,
Page 10333:  age 69;  place of death [80] San Diego Co.; date of death 7/25/07;    Date filed 07;  state file number 20460.

Pension Index:  William G SPENCER, E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1867 Dec 4, Application 127424, Certificate 89929.  Widow, Mary SPENCER, filed 1908 Jan 18, Application 883294, Certficate 656526, filed in Illinois.  

1860 Census, have not found.

Wayne County Probate Court Record:  Wm G SPENCER married Mary FRANCIS on 29 Dec 1867 in Wayne County OH.  

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 136:  Wm SPENCER, age 32 PA, blacksmith; Mary, age 31 OH; Rosa L, age 2 OH; Frank P or O, age 4 months OH, born in Feb.

1880 Census, Altamont, Effingham County, IL, page 387:  William B SPENCER, age 42 PA, blacksmith, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 41 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Rosa L, daughter, age 11 OH; Frank, son, age 10 OH; Emma B, daughter, age 3 OH; Wil B FRANCIS, stepson, age 23 OH, father born PA, mother born OH, common laborer; John W FRANCIS, stepson, age 20 OH, father born PA, mother born OH, common laborer;  John BERRY, other, age 20 OH, common laborer, parents born OH.  [Note:  Adam FRANCIS and Mary are in the 1860 census with William B and John W. FRANCIS.  They are in Congress Twp Wayne County OH, page 338, living with Henry HOWMAN.  Their ages are blotted out but Adam is 2?.  Wayne County Probate Court record:  Adam M FRANCIS married Mary YOUNG on 27 May 1856 in Wayne County OH.]

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

California, Great Registers, 1866-1910: Voter Registration, page 110: William G SPENCER, dated 4 Aug 1894, National, San Diego Co Cal.  Age 57 <1837> Illinois.  

1900 Census National City, National Twp, San Diego County, CA, page 57:  William G SPENCER, age 62 PA, married, married 20 yrs, father born PA, mother born CT, no occupation given.  He is a boarder, living with Hattie J PHILLIPS.

Mother and daughter:
1900 Census, Chicago Ward 2, Cook Co IL, 2415 State St, Dwelling 142, Family 231: Alfred BOWEN or BOWER, age 29 IL, born Dec 1872, Married 1897, married 3 yrs, parents born PA; Emma, wife, age 23 OH, born Sep 1876, married, married 3 yrs, 0 children, father born PA, mother born OH; Mary SPENCER, age 62 OH, mother in law, born Aug 1837, married, married 42 yrs, father born PA, mother born OH.

1910 Census, Altamont City, Mound Twp, Effingham Co IL, Dwelling 142, Family 143:  Mary SPENCER, age 73 OH, widowed, 8 children/6 still living, father born PA, mother born OH, no occupation.  

1920 Census, 3 ?Dimisian St, City of Altamont, Mound Twp, Effingham Co IL, Dwelling 74, Family 74:  Mary SPENCER, age 82 OH, widowed, father born PA, mother born OH, no occupation.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Burial Fallbrook Oddfellows Cem, West Clemmens Lane, Fallbrook, San Diego County, CA.  Lot 14

Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947:  Mary SPENCER died 30 Oct 1925 at Chicago, Cook Co IL, age 88.  Born 13 Aug 1837 at Congress, OH.  Father Isac YOUNG, born PA.  Mother Alvina McVICKER.  Residence Chicago, Cook Co IL.  Spouse William G. SPENCER.  Burial at Altamont, IL on 1 Sep 1925.  

Stanley, William B.   19 Aug 1862
Private Stanley was age 20 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Homer STANLEY
Mother:  Sarah BENNET STANLEY PANCOAST
Birth: 25 Nov 1841 [Find a Grave] OH
Marriage:  Sarah C WOODS on 7 Aug 1878 in Wayne County OH
Death:    21 Sept 1901, IL
Cemetery:  Naperville Cem, Naperville, DuPage Co IL
Relationship:  Step-brother of James PANCOAST, Co E 120th OVI.  
 Photo Credit:  Tim Ory at Find a Grave
His obituary says that he was one of the best known farmers of Eola. [Naperville Claron, 25 Sep 1901]

William B. STANLEY is buried in Naperville Cem, Naperville, DuPage Co IL along with his wife Sarah and his daughters Florence and Ethel.  He was born 25 Nov 1841 and died 21 Sep 1901 [date might be 22 Sept as recorded on the Pension Card].  This information is at Find a Grave.  It is reported elsewhere that he was buried in Congress Cem, Congress, Wayne Co OH.  But I think that is a mistake.  There are older men by that name buried there, one of which was in the War of 1812.
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Pension Index:  William B STANLEY, E 120th, F 48th and H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1885.  Widow, Katharine STANLEY, filed 1901 Oct 11, Application 749951, Certificate 532114, filed in Illinois.  Pension Card:  Co F 48th and Co H 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 8 June 1885, Application 541794, Certificate 568144.  William died 22 Sept 1901 at Eola IL. [Cemetery stone says 21 Sep 1901]

Were these William's parents?  Ohio, County Marriages:  Homer STANLEY married Sarah BENNET, 22 Dec 1837, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Homer died 15 Oct 1848 and is buried at Congress Cem., Wayne Co OH.  He was son of Willaim STANLEY and Mary WILSON.  

Note about mother of the soldier:  Wayne County Probate Court record: Sarah B STANLEY married Pemberton PANCOAST on 27 Mar 1849 in Wayne County OH.

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 304, Family 318:  P. PANCOST, age 42? PA, merchant and H???; Harriet, age 18 OH; W. E., age 15 OH, clerk; Mary P, age 13 OH; Rosultha, age 11 OH; James T., age 6 OH; Margaret, age 2 OH; Mary, age 73 PA; William STANLEY, age 9 OH; Adaline STANLEY, age 6 OH.  [Apparently they forgot to list Sarah?]

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 347:  Pemberton PANCOAST, age 45 PA, tenant farmer; Sarah, age 40 PA;  Deddem STANLEY, age 20 OH; William STANLEY, age 18 OH, farm labor; Adaline STANLEY, [female]age 16 OH farm labor; James PANCOAST, age 15 OH, farm labor; Margaret PANCOAST, age 12 OH; Thomas P PANCOAST, age 10 OH; Eldorado PANCOAST, age 8 OH; Etta S PANCOAST, age 6 OH; Arthur C PANCOAST, age 2 OH; Hanna BRUNST, age 76 PA, widow.  [This is just three dwellings away from the WOOD family.]

1870 Census, Naperville town, Dupage County, IL, page 488:  Steven THATCHER, age 49 NY, farmer; Addie, age 26 OH; Clide [female] age 6 months IL, born Nov; William STANLEY, age 28 OH, farm labor.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  William B STANLEY married Sarah C WOODS on 7 Aug 1878 in Wayne County OH.  [Note:  John and Jane WOODS living in Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, in 1860 with a daughter named Sarah C, age 10, page 347.  They are listed as WOOD in 1870 and Sarah C is age 20 born in PA.]

1880 Census, Naperville, Du Page, IL, page 305:  William B STANLEY, age 38 OH, farmer, father born OH, mother born PA; Sarah K, wife, age 30 OH, parents born PA; Florence, daughter, age 10 months IL.

Have not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, Naperville Twp, Du Page IL, page 243:  William STANLEY, age 58 OH, born Nov 1841, farmer, married 21 yrs, father born OH, mother born PA; Sarah C, wife, age 50 PA, born Jan 1850, married 21 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Florence N, daughter, age 21 IL, born Aug 1878, single, teacher; Effa A daughter, age 17 IL, born Dec 1882.  

1910 Census 1st Ward Aurora, Kane County, IL, page 46:  Sarah STANLEY, age 60 PA, looks like M for married, married 31 or 32 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, parents born PA;  Florence, daughter, age 30 IL, single, teacher, father born OH, mother born PA; Ethel, daugher, age 27? IL, single ?? wholesale; father born OH, mother born PA.  

1920 Census 1st Ward Aurora, Kane County IL, page 127:  Sarah STANLEY, age 69 PA, widow, parents born PA; Florence, daughter, age 40 IL, single, teacher in normal school, father born OH, mother born PA; Ethel, daughter, age 37 IL, single, bookkeeper in grocery store, father born OH, mother born PA.

Stinehouer, Jacob   15 Aug 1862    STINEHOWER
Corporal Stinehouer's age upon entering service not given.  He was appointed 26 Jan 1863; transferred to Co. B 23d Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, 6 Nov 1863; mustered out 19 July 1865 at Clinton, Iowa.
Father: ?Jacob STINEHOWER
Mother:  ?Mary ????
Birth: 16 May 1833, Germany  Memorial stone says 1837.  
Marriage:  Martha FLACK on 13 Mar 1860 in Wayne County OH
Death:   3 Mar 1880, NY
Cemetery:  Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co NY, Lot 31445, Section 206.  Martha and some children also buried there.  See Find a Grave.  
Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Bob Collins at Find a Grave
 Martha died 1898.

Pension Index:  Jacob STINEHOWER, widow Martha STINEHOWER.  Pension Card:  Jacob STINEHOWER, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Widow applied 13 Apr 1882, Application 291682, Certificate 216371.    Listed as Stinehorver and Martha Stimhower at Ancestry.

1850 Census Richland Twp, Holmes County OH, page 257 :  Jacob STINEROWER, age 40 Germany, farmer; Mary, age 52 Germany; John, age 15, labor, Germany; Jacob, age 13 Germany; Elizabeth, age 10 Germany; Mary, age 8 Germany.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Jacob STINEHOWER married Martha FLACK on 13 Mar 1860 in Wayne County OH.  

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 306:  Jacob STEINHOWER, age 27 Hess, laborer; Martha, age 23 OH.  
 
Moved to NY by <1864> when Cora was born.  

1870 Census, 22nd Ward Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, page 664:  Jacob STINEHOWER, age 37 Germany, foreman in flour mill; Martha, age 33 OH; Orill O, age 7 OH; Cora M, age 4 NY; Frank L, age 2 NY; unnamed male, age 6 months NY, born in March.  

1879 Lain's Brooklyn Directory:  STINEHOWER, Jacob..... flour & hay.... Hamilton av n Penny Bridge h 218 10th

Family Search contributor:  Born 16 May 1833, Died 3 Mar 1880.  

1880 Census, 22nd Ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, page 152:  Martha STINEHOWER, age 42 OH, parents born PA; Orill O, son, age 17 OH, clock makers assistant, father born Germany, mother born OH; Cora M, daughter, age 14 NY; father born Germany, mother born OH; Frank S., son, age 12? NY, cash boy in store, father born Germany, mother born OH; Harry O, son, age 10 NY, cash boy in fancy store, father born Germany, mother born OH; Ira I?, son, age 7 NY, father born Germany, mother born OH;  Charles C, son, age 5 NY, father born Germany, mother born OH.  

1890 Census, Veterans Schedule, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York:  Line 12: House 747?, Family 133, Martha widow of Jacob STINEHOWER, Private, Co G 23 ?KY? Vol, Co E 120th OH Vol., Aug 1861 to Feb 1864, post office addres Brooklyn NY/Wayne Co OH, death caused by chronic bronchitis.  

1900 Census, 6th Avenue, 22 ward Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, page 222:  the children Orrill [born Oct 1872], Cora [born Oct 1877], Harry [born Mar 1870], and Charles [born Feb 1874] are all living together.  An Aunt, Sarah FLACK, age 61 OH,  is also living there.  She is single, so that verifies Martha's maiden name. 1910 Sarah FLACK and Cora are still living together in Brooklyn.

Stougt, William H.*   14 Aug 1862      STOUGH
Private Stougt was age 24 when he entered service.  He died on 20 Jan 1863 on a hospital boat.
The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Mound City, Illinois. [I don't find him listed there at interment.net]
Father: George STOUGH
Mother:  Ann TIEMMERLIN/KIMMERLIN/KEMBERLING[married 19 Sep 1824]
Birth: <1838>
Marriage:  Rebecca J. [Jane] CHUBB
Death:   27 or 20 Jan 1863
Cemetery:   Mound City, Pulaski Co IL, Section F site 4824.

William Stough at Mound City, IL

Photo Credit:  Patricia Lee Sanders at Find a Grave
Mound City, Pulaski Co IL, Section F site 4824. 

William Stough at Blachleyville, Wayne Co OH

Photo Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Blachleyville Cem, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Died at Cairo IL. 

 

Not found on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: William H. SLOUGH, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 27 January 1863.  Mound City, section B 1629[old numbering system].  

Listed at Department of Veterans Affairs:  W. H. SLOUGH, Pvt, US Army, Civil War, died 27 Jan 1863, Mound City National Cemetery, IL.  Section F site 4824.

Pension Index:  William H. STOUGH, Co E 120 OH Inf.  Widow Rebecca J. applied 20 Mar 1863, Application 15876, no certificate;  Minor guardian B. EASON, 18 Aug 1864, Application 61417, Certificate 56235.   Widow may have died or remarried.  

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 251, Family 264:  George STOUGH, age 56 PA, inn keeper; Anna, age 46 unknown; Daniel, age 14 OH; William H., age 13 OH; Thomas C, age 10 OH; Juliann WINNE?, age 10 OH.  [Wayne Co Probate Court record:  George STOUGH married Ann TIEMMERLIN, 19 Sep 1824 in Wayne Co OH.  Another county record says Ann KIMMERLIN.]

1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 281, Family 281:  Anna STOUGH, age 55 OH, widow, grocer;  William, age 21 OH, grocer; Rebecca Jane, age 19 OH; Thomas C, age 20 OH; Emma Jane, age 4 months OH.  

Emma J. died 22 Sep 1864 and was buried at Blachleyville Cem, Wayne Co OH.  So William must have had another child since there is a minor on the pension card.....Ida, born Dec 1861 according to the 1900 Census.

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

daughter, Ohio Marriage record for Ida E. STOUGH, married Julius CHEYNEY, 20 Jul 1899, Wayne Co OH.  Ida was born ca 1862 at Blachleysville, [Plain Twp, Wayne Co], OH.  Her mother was Rebecca J. CHUBB; father STOUGH.  [Ida Cheyney's death record does not give her parents' names.   She is buried at Crown Hill Cem in Orrville OH]

brother: Thomas C. STOUGH died 5 Nov 1817 at State Soldiers' Home, Perkins, Erie Co OH, age 77y 6m 18d, widowed.  Born 18 Apr 1840 in OH.  Burial at Mansfield, OH.  Blacksmith.  Father Geo. STOUGH, born PA.  Mother Annie KEMBERLING, born PA.  

Pension papers at fold3.com:
 Emma J. STOUGH and Ida E. STOUGH were the minor children of William H. STOUGH, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Vols.  Guardian resided at Wayne Co  OH, post office Wooster.  William STOUGH died 20 Jan 1863 of typhoid fever.  His marriage was in PA.  Emma J. born 9 Feb 1860.  Ada E, born 9 Dec 1861.  Widow remarried 15 Oct 1863.  

Three documents say Emma J, died 27 Sep 1865.  Stone at Blachleyville Cem, Wayne Co OH, says she died 22 Sep 1864, age 4 yrs, 8 m, 21 dys.  

Benjamin Eason was guardian.  Said William STOUGH died on board U. S. Steamer "Divernan"....hard to read.... near Cairo, IL., of typhoid fever.  The widow remarried William CORNELIUS on 15 Oct 1863.  William STOUGH and Rebecca were married at Beaver Co PA on 7 June 1858 by Robert Graham, JP.  

Assistant Adjutant General's report said that  William STOUGH died on the Mississippi River 20 Jan 1863 on steamboat "Die Vemen" on the Mississippi River near Cairo [IL].  

Benjamin Eason's affidavit says that STOUGH was on the Government Steamer "Key West No. 2" on the Mississippi River between Memphis and Vicksburg in Dec 1862 when he got sick with typhoid fever from unavoidable exposure incident to military and Camp Life.   He died 20 Jan 1863 on the Government Steamer "Die Vernon" "on the Mississippi River a short distance below the mouth of the Ohio, that the body was left and buried at Cairo Ill..."

In another document Eason said:
"that he [STOUGH] went down the Mississippi River with the Regiment, that he took sick in the service sometime before the Battle of Chickasaw Bluffs near Vicksburg, that after the Battle he returned with the Regiment to the mouth of White River, just before the Battle of Arkansas Post, that he was transferred from the Steamer upon which the Company was to the Steamer DieVernon and sent up the River with other sick from the Army, that he died on board said Steamer Die Vernon, shortly before it reached Cairo, on the 20th day of January 1863, that his remains were put on shore at Cairo and there buried....."

Marriage:  7 June 1858, Justice of the Peace Robert Graham at Beaver Co PA married William STOUGH of Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH and Rebecca J. CHUBB.

Remarriage of the widow:  Rebecca Jane STOUGH married William CORNELIUS on 15 Oct 1863 by Henry LEHMAN, J. P.

Dr. William BLACHLY was in attendance at the birth of Emma J. STOUGH, 9 Feb 1860 and Ida E. STOUGH, 9 Dec 1861.  

 

Sullinger, Jacob*   15 Aug 1862
Private Sullinger was age 27 when he entered service.  He was discharged on 7 Nov 1863 at New Orleans, Louisiana,  on a Surgeon's cerificate of disability; he died on 17 Dec 1863 at Cairo, Illinois.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Mound City, Illinois.
Father: John SULLINGER
Mother:  ?Mary ????
Birth: <1836> Switzerland
Marriage:  
Death:   17 Dec 1863 at Cairo, IL
Cemetery:  Mound City National Cem, Mound City, Pulaski Co, IL  Plot E 0 3476;  also stone at Reedsburg Cem, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  
Photo Credit:  Tammy Qualls, Illinois at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Jacob Sullinger, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 17 Dec 1863 at P. H. Cairo IL.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: at Mound City IL, known grave 1921, running number 1944, J. SULLINGER, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, date of death 17 Dec 1863.  

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 361:  John SULLINGER, age 47 Switzerland, farmer; Mary A, age 50 Switzerland; Susanna, age 18 Switzerland; Elizabeth, age 17 Switzerland; Jacob, age 14 Switzerland.

1860 census Plain Township, Wayne County OH:  John SULLINGER age 48 born Switzerland, a farmer; Mary Ann age 59 born Switzerland; Elizabeth age 26 born Switzerland; Jacob age 24 born Switzerland.  [father John Sullinger died 21 Oct 1867 at Plain, Wayne Co OH]

Thorley, Samuel W.   15 Aug 1862
Private Thorley was age 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged on 15 Mar 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee on a Surgeon's cerificate of disability.
Father: William THORLEY
Mother:  Catherine Carter
Birth: 10 June 1843, OH
Marriage:  Hannah C McFADDEN, 15 Feb 1877, Wayne County OH
Death:   2 Oct 1919 at Lattasburg, Chester Twp, Wayne Co, OH
Cemetery:  Fair Haven Cemetery, near West Salem in Congress Twp, Wayne County OH

Pension Index:  Samuel W. THORLEY, E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1880 Mar 23, Application 352712, Certificate 260610.  Widow, Hannah C THORLEY, filed 1919 Oct 13, Application 1147433, Certificate 880949, filed in OH.  Pension Card: Samuel died 2 Oct 1919 at Lattasburg, OH.

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 286, Family 291:  William THORLEY, age 35 VA, farmer; Catharine, age 31 VA; John G., age 8 OH; Samuel W., age 7 OH; Harriet, age 5 OH; Matilda, age 2 OH; William M., age 11 months.

1860 census Congress Township, Wayne County OH:  Wm THORLEY age 45 born VA, a farmer; Catherine age 41 born VA; Jno T age 18 OH; Sam'l W age 16 born OH; Harriet age 15 OH; Matilda age 12 OH; Wm W. age 11 OH; Lewis M age 4 OH, Serepea E [female] age 1 born OH.

In 1870 Congress Township Wayne County OH,  I believe that the "Hess" listed with his father the Wm Thorley family is Samuel.  He is listed as age 26 born OH and is a harness maker.

Wayne County Probate Court Marriage Records: Samuel W. THORLEY married Hannah C McFADDEN  on 15 Feb 1877 in Wayne County OH.  

1880 Census, Lattasburg, Chester TWp, Wayne Co OH, page 62:  Samuel THORLEY, age 46 OH, harness maker, parents born PA; Catharine, wife, age 29 PA, parents born PA; Sibba B, daughter, age 2 OH; George L, son, age 7 months OH, born in Nov 1879.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Line 44, House 263, Family 264:  Samuel THORLY, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.   Post Office Lattasburg, OH.   Disability: Heart trouble and epilepsy.  Discharged in Washington.  

1900 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 256, Family 257:  Samuel THORLEY, age 51 OH, born June 1842, married 28 yrs, parents born OH, grocery merchant; Hannah, wife, age 49 OH, born Apr 1851, married 28 yrs, 5 children/4 still living, parents born OH; Seppie, daughter, age 22 OH, single, born Jan 1878, servent; Lloyd, son, age 20 OH, single, born Nov 1879, in school; Clyde, son, age 14 OH, born Dec 1885; Clara, daughter, age 14 OH, born Dec 1885.  

1910 Census, Chester Township Wayne County OH:  Samuel THORLEY age 66 born OH, a harness maker, parents born WV;  Catherine wife age 59, born PA,  married 33 yrs, 4 children, 4 still living; son Clyde age 24 OH, a carpenter,single,  parents born OH.

Wooster Daily Republican, Friday, 3 Oct 1919, page 1
Samuel Thorley Is Dead At Lattasburg
 Samuel W. Thorley, well known old soldier passed away Thursday evening at his home in Lattasburg after a short illness from a stroke of paralysis which he sustained Monday morning.
 The deceased was 76 years of age and leaves a wife and four children.  Clyde Thorley of this city, Lloyd Thorley living near Wooster, Mrs. Clara Firestone of Greenwich, Ohio and Mrs. Seppie McQuigg of Ashland.
 Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon, meeting at the house at 1:30 o'clock.
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Death record in Ohio:  File # 69656, Samuel W. THORLEY died 2 Oct 1919 at Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Saddler and barber.  Born 10 June 1843 in OH.  Father William THORLEY, born VA.  Mother Catharen CARTER, born VA.  Burial at Fairhaven.  Informant, Clyde J. THORLEY of Wooster.  

Totten, Hiram E.*   15 Aug 1862
1st Lieutenant Totten was age 23 when he entered service.  He was promoted from 2d Lieut. to date on 14 Jan 1863; wounded 12 July 1863 in the battle of Jackson, Mississippi; he died 6 Oct 1863 of wounds received in action.  No burial information in the Roll of Honor.  

Father: Michael TOTTEN
Mother:  Susanna EWING RAMSEY
Birth: 1839, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  Single
Death:   6 Oct 1863, Wooster, Wayne Co OH 
Cemetery:  Wooster Cem, Wayne Co OH.  

Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Wooster Cem, Wayne Co OH, Section 8.
This stone give his birth year as 1839.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Hiram E. TOTTEN, 1st Liet. 120th OH Inf, died 6 Oct 1863, place not given.   Cause: wounds received in action.  

Not found on Pension Index.

 History of Wayne County Ohio by Ben Douglass, page 426, states that Michael TOTTEN was married twice.  His first wife was Louisa CRAWFORD.  They had 2 children, Matilda and Henry.  His second wife [16 Nov 1830] was Mrs. Susanna RAMSEY of Washington county, PA who was the daughter of William EWING.  She was the widow of Samuel RAMSEY who died in November, 1824.  Their children were Nancy, Susan, John, Enoch, Hiram E. and Melissa A.  "Hiram was a Lieutenant in the 120th Regiment and in the battle of Jackson, Miss., after the surrender of Vicksburg, was struck with a shell from the effects of which he died with his parents, in Wooster, in about twelve weeks.  He was a young man of decided mental endowments and was fitting himself for practice at the bar when he enlisted."

History of the Lawyers of Wayne County, Ohio, from 1812 to 1900 b Benjamin Douglas, Clapper Printing Co 1900
Pages 252 - 253
"Hiram E. Totten was born in Wayne county in 1838.  He was a son of Michael Totten and brother of the late Col. Enoch Totten of Washington, D. C.  He was raised upon a farm, but came to Wooster with his parents in 1858 and took the course of the Wooster High School.  He read law with McSweeney and Given, and was admitted to the bar in 1861, when he opened an office in Wooster, meeting with professional patronage from the start, for he was a young man of equipment and brain, whom the public were willing to see, wanted to know, and were ready to aid and appreciate.  
   But 'wild war's deadly blast' was blowing, the onset of arms between the Pine and the Palm had begun and his stout, young heart rebelled at the mention of the destruction of the Federal Union.  His patriotism fixed his decision and he turned the keys of his office door, which, through the catastrophes of war, he was never permitted to re-open.  He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant and entered the Military service of the United States for three ears, August 15, 1862.  He actively assisted in recruiting Co. E, Capt. Benj. Eason, 120th O. V. I., his voice ringing with eloquent, pathetic, and patriotic words, earnestly urging the young men to give their service to their country.  He was promoted to first Lieutenant, January 14, 1863;  wounded July 12, 1863, in the battle of Jackson, Miss., and died in Wooster October 6, 1863, of wounds received in action.  The measure of military duty which he performed was included in the splendid achievements of his regiment from Chickasaw Bayou, Miss., in 1862 to that fatal July.  
   When life was full of hope and all its tides were at their highest, grandest flow, he was named for rest; a man of brain and thought that 'called his friend his comrade' --that gem of human language which sometimes means but a little less than love and a little more than friendship -- that gentle salutation of the human heart which lives in all the languages of time -- that winds and turns and runs through all the joys and sorrows of the human race -- through deed and thought and dram, the rough song and toil and battle-field."

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 334:  Michael TOTTEN, age 50 OH, farmer; Susanna, age 52 PA;  Nancy, age 18 OH; Susan, age 17 OH; John, age 16 OH, no occupation; Enoch, age 14 OH; Hiram, age 10 OH; Melipa [female], age 8 OH.  

1860 Census, have not found.  The should be living in Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Wooster City, second ward, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 335, Family 294: Michael TOTTEN, age 70 OH, retired farmer; Susanna, age 72 PA; Nancy, age 39 OH; Susanna, age 37 OH, artist; Malessa, age 28 OH; Ramsey, age 14 Wisconsin.  

Wayne County Grave Registration: Hiram E. TOTTEN, born 1839, died 8 Oct 1863 in Wayne Co. OH.  

Unkel, George S.   15 Aug 1862
Private Unkel was age 34 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. H, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Henry UNKEL
Mother:  
Birth: 23 Nov 1825, PA
Marriage:  Catherine HAINES, 30 Apr 1854, Wayne Co OH
Death:   3 Aug 1912 at Shreve, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Oak Grove Cem, Clinton Twp, Shreve, OH

Cemetery PhotoCemetery markerPhoto Credit:  Susie Holderfield
Oak Grove Cem, Clinton Twp, Shreve, OH, Section E.  

George Unkel is buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Shreve, Wayne co OH...1825-1912 [Veteran Grave Registration] The stone verifies that he was in Company E, 120th OVI.  
Catherine is also on the stone:  1835-1914

Pension Index:  George S UNKEL, F 48th, H 114th and E 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1881 Nov 25, Application 433995, Certificate 353201, filed in OH.  Widow, Catherine UNKEL, filed 1912 Aug 12, Application 991811, Certificate 747940, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  George died 3 Aug 1912 at Shreve OH.  

1850 Census Milford Twp, Bucks County, PA, page 135:  Is this George when he was still living in PA?  He is age 23 which is the right age, born in PA.  He is a "Segarmaker" living with Andrew and Mary FINK.  

Wayne County Probate Court marriage record:  George S. UNKEL married Catharine HAINES on 30 Apr 1854, Wayne county OH.  

1860 Plain Township, Wayne County OH:  George UNKLE age 33 born PA, a carpenter; Catharine age 26 PA; Sarah Maria age 5 OH; Flora W. age 10 months OH.  

1870 Plain Township, Wayne County OH:  George UNCLE age 44 born PA, a carpenter; Catherine age 35 born PA; S.M. [female] age 16 OH, without occupation; L. W. age 11 OH [female]; J.H.[male] age 3 OH; H.B. [male] age 10 months OH
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1880 Census  Shreve, Wayne, Ohio:  George UNKLE, age 54 born PA, a carpenter, parents born PA; Catharine wife age 45 born PA; Joseph H, son, age 13 born OH; James H, son, age 10 born OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule, Shreve village, Wayne Co OH: Line 30, House 116, Family 116: George S. UNKEL,Pvt, Co E 120 OVI.  Post Office: Shreve OH.  Disability: rheumatism and chronic diarrhoea.  

1900 Shreve Village, Clinton Township, Wayne County OH:  George UNCLE age 74, born Nov 1825, married 46 yrs, born PA no occupation listed, parents born PA; Catharine age 65 born May 1835 in PA, married 46 yrs, 5 children 4 living, parents born PA.

1910 Shreve Village, Clinton Township, Wayne County OH:  George S. UNKEL age 84 born PA, married [1] 67 yrs parents born PA; Catharine age 74 born PA, married [1] 67 yrs, 5 children 4 still living, parents born PA
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Death record in Ohio:  File #46583, George S. UNKEL died 3 Aug 1912 at Shreve, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  No occupation.  Born 23 Nov 1825 in PA.  Father Henry UNKEL.  Burial Oak Grove Cem.  Informant, Joseph UNKEL, of Shreve OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File #58127, Catherine A. UNKEL died 12 Oct 1914 at Shreve, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.  Born 30 May 1835 in PA.  Father Joseph HANES, born PA.  Burial Oak Grove Cem.  Informant, Joseph UNKEL, of Shreve OH.  

Van Dorsta, Cornelius*   16 Aug 1862            Van Dortan   Vandorstan Vandorston Vandoston
1st Sergt. Van Dorsta was age 26 when he entered service.  He was appointed to 1st Sergt. but date is not given; he died 10 Aug 1864 in hospital at Morganz[i]a, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Port Hudson, Louisiana.  [Listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System as Cornelius VANDORSTAN and VANDORSTON and VANDOSTON
Father: Samuel VANDORSTEN
Mother:  Mary FLICKINGER  [errol_coder at Ancestry.com]
Birth: <1836>
Marriage:  
Death:   10 Aug 1864, Morganzia, LA
Cemetery:  Port Hudson, LA  [Not listed]

Register of Deaths of Volunteer Soldiers, 1861-1865:  Cornelius VAN DORSTON, Sgt, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 10 Aug 1864 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: acute dysentery.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not found on Pension Index.

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 332:  Samuel VON DORSTEN, age 51 PA, farmer; Mary, age 52 PA; Harmon, age 18 OH, farmer; Cornelius, age 15 OH.  [Note: next door was John VON DORSTEN, age 20 OH, farmer and Elizabeth, age 16 PA.

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 311:  Harmon VAN DORSTEN, age 26 OH, farmer; Susan, age 20 OH; Minerva C, 4 months OH; Cornelius, age 24 PA, farm labor.  [Samuel and Mary were still living in Chester Twp also.]

 

Wagnor, Isaac*   15 Aug 1862           James WAGGONER
Private Wagnor was age 33 when he entered service.  He was killed 1 May 1863 in the battle of Thompson's Hill, Mississippi.
The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Wooster Republican 28 May 1863: Casualties in the 120th Ohio:  Isaac Wagner, wounded and since dead.
Father:
Mother:  Elizabeth ????
Birth: <1829> OH
Marriage:  Harriet MARSHALL, 10 Jun 1854, Wayne Co OH.  
Death:   Wounded 1 May, died 2 May 1863
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren Co MS  [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Isaac WAGNER, Private Co E 120th OH Inf.  Died 1 May 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: Vulnus Sclopet [gunshot wound].

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Wayne County Probate Court record:  James WAGGONER married Harriett MARSHALL on 10 Jun 1854 in Wayne County OH.

???There was Peter WAGGONER in Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH in 1840.  

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 321, Family 330:    Elizabeth WAGGONER, age 52 PA; Immanuel, age 34 PA, gunsmith; Sarah, age 24 PA; Isaac age 21 OH; Mary, age 17 OH; Ruben, age 12 OH; Simon P, age 10 OH; Abagail ???JELBING???, age 8 OH; Mary C McLARIN, age 4 OH.  

1860 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 328:  Isaac WAGGONER, age 31 OH, gunsmith; Hariet WAGGONER, age 39 PA; Orlando WAGGONER [MALE], age 6 OH; Dan'l MARSHALL, age 18 PA, harness maker; Joseph MARSHALL, age 16 PA, farm laborer; Margaret MARSHALL, age 14 OH; Martha MARSHALL, age 12 OH; Sarah MARSHALL, age 10 OH.  

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 151, Dwelling 47, Family 48:  D. K. FRANCE, age 49 PA, grocer; Charlotte, age 48 PA; Idilla WAGONER, age 10 OH.  [Note: I don't know where Orlando was that year, but by 1880 he was married with children.  He died in Akron OH on 29 Nov 1930.  His birthday was listed as 15 Sep <1853>.  He was buried at Congress Cem.  His marker says born 15 Sep 1854.  Wife Rachel YOUNG.]

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Idella WAGNER married John F. HARTSEL on 6 Jun 1878 at Wayne Co OH.

1880 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 58 , Family 59 :  Daniel K. FRANCE, age 59 OH, grocer, parents born PA ; Charlotte, wife, age 58 PA, father born PA, mother born NJ;  John F. HARTZELL, age 26 OH, harness maker,  parents births not filled in ; Idella, wife, age 20 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Lottie M, daughter, age one month OH, born May 1880.  [John H. HARTZEL born 2 Aug 1854, died 13 Dec 1882, buried at Reedsburg Cemetery, Wayne Co OH.]

Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  Lola HARTZEL died 22 Sep 1901 at West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  Born 24 May 1880 at Congress.  Occupation: music teacher.  Single.  

Pension Index:  Isaac WAGONER, Co E 120th OH Inf, 5 June 1863, Application 23601, Certificate 12239, for minor pension, D. K. France is the name given.  

Pension info at fold3.com :
Pension filed for Isaac WAGONER of Co E, 120th 5 June 1863 in OH.  This was a pension for minor children Idella and Orlando.  Address of guardian was Congress, Wayne Co OH.  The guardian was Daniel K. FRANCE, age 41, resident of Congress Wayne Co OH.  Orlando was born 20 Sep 1854 Wayne Co OH, or 15 Sep 1854.  Idella was born 19 Jun 1860 Wayne Co OH or 29 July 1860.    They were Isaac's only children.  James WAGGONER and Harriet MARSHALL were married 10 Jun 1854 at Wayne Co OH.  Was in Battle of Port Gibson.  Harriet died 7 May 1862.  Isaac was wounded in battle of Thompson's Hill, MS on 1 May 1863 and died 2 May 1863.  

Wallace, Robert P.   13 Aug 1862                 See also Company C
2d Lieutenant Wallace was age 27 when he entered service.  He was promoted from Sergeant Co. C 15 Mar 1863; captured 24 May 1863 while in hospital at Raymond, Mississippi; promoted to 1st Lieut. 21 Mar 1864, but not mustered; transferred to Co. D 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864 as 2nd Lieut. Promoted to 1st Lieut. to date 21 Mar 1864. mustered out 29 June 1865 at Columbus OH by order of War Dept.

Father: William WALLACE
Mother:  Nancy MUNCIE
Birth: 26 Sep 1835, Ashland County, OH
Marriage:  Electa J. MCGUIRE, 30 Dec 1865, Ashland Co OH
Death:   9 Dec 1920, Green, Ashland County OH
Cemetery:  Loudonville Cem., Ashland Counties, OH
Ashland county military archives:  Robert was a prisoner for 18 months.
Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo 

Photo Credits:  Bill Miller at Find A Grave

 Pension Index:  Robert P WALLACE, C and E 120th and D 114th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1882 Apr 5, Application 445306, Certificate 365101, filed in OH..  His widow, Electa I WALLACE, applied 17 Jan 1921, Application 1168490, Certificate 898813, filed  in OH.  Pension Card:  Robert died 29 Dec 1920 at Green Twp, OH.  

R.P. Wallace is listed as one of the escapees from Libby Prison in Richmond Virginia.  They escaped through a tunnel on 9 Feb 1864.  See this page on the internet:
http://www.civwarbooks.com/
Recommended reading:  Escape From Libby Prison by James Gindlesperger

1850 Census, Green Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 100:  Nancy WALLACE, age 51 PA; Levi, age 30 OH, farmer; H. G. [female], age 21 OH; Margaret, age 18 OH; Robert, age 15 OH, farmer; Nancy A., age 11 OH; Abraham LOCKHART, age 25 OH, farmer.  

1860 Census, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 287:  Nancy WALLACE, age 61 PA, domestic; Margaret, age 28 OH; Robert P, age 25 OH; Nancy A., age 19 OH.   [Living next to Levi WALLACE and family.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  Robert P. WALLACE married Electa J. MCGUIRE, 30 Dec 1865, Ashland Co OH.

1870 Census, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 601:  Robert WALLACE, age 35 OH, farmer; Electa J, age 28 OH; Effie M, age 11 OH.  

1880 Census, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 32:  Robert WALLACE, age 45 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Electa J, wife, age 37 OH, parents born PA; Effa MARKS, daughter, age 24 OH;  Herva LARMER [male], servant, works at home, age 13 OH, parents born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Line 25 and 26, House 280, family 288:  Robert P. WALLACE, Pvt, Co E 120th OH INf and 1st Lieut. Co D 114th OH Inf.    Post Office: Loudonville, OH.  Disability: chronic diarrhoea, weak kidneys and heart disease.  Prisoner 18 monts in Libby, Macon, Charleston and Columbia.  Escaped.  

1900 Census, Green Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 34:  Robert P WALLACE, age 64 OH, born Sep 1835, married 34 yrs, parents born PA, capitalist;  Electa, wife, age 58 OH, born Apr 1842, married 34 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, father born PA, mother born OH.  

1910 Census, Green Twp, Ashland County OH, page 15B:  Robert P WALLACE, age 74 OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, parents born OH, has own income;  Electa I, wife, age 68 OH, first marriage, married 45 yrs, one child/one still living, parents born PA.  

1920 Census, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 20:  Robert P. WALLACE, age 84 OH, parents born PA, no occupation; Lecta, wife, age 78 OH, parents born OH.  

Ashland County CW Vets :  Robert F WALLACE, Lieutenant, died 1920, buried Loudonville Cemetery

Death record in Ohio:  Robert P. WALLACE died 9 Dec 1920 in Green, Ashland County OH.  He was born 26 Sep 1835 in Ashland County, OH.  He was married and was a farmer.  His father was Wm. WALLACE and his mother was Nancy MUNCIE, both born in PA.  Informant was Effie MURTIS or MARTIS  Burial was in Loudonville.

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  File #70139, Effie May MARKS died 11 Nov 1940 at General Hospital, Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Widow of Minor MARKS.  Born 3 Apr 1859 at Loudonville, OH.  Father Robert P WALLACE, born Loudonville.  Mother Electa Jane McGUIRE, born Loudonville OH.  Burial Loudonville Cem.  Informant, Mr. Wallace MARKS, of Loudonville OH.  

Webb, George   14 Aug 1862
Corporal Webb was age 22 when he entered service.  [No further information given.]  [Also, Co C, 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry]  [Comments on 1890 Veterans Schedule]:  discharge papers lost.  Re-enlissted in the 120th and taken prisoner.]  
Father: Benton WEBB
Mother:  Sarah PEIGH
Birth: 1840 OH
Marriage:  Delphina CARBAUGH on 2 Jan 1872 in Wayne County OH
Death:   Nov 1908, Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Wooster Cem, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo Credits:  Susie Holderfield

Pension Card:  George WEBB, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Co C 16th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 30 Jan 1889, Application 687425, no Certificate, filed in OH.  [George WEBB is the same soldier who was in the 16th Ohio Infantry for 3 months in 1861.  Graves registration card lists the George WEBB who died in 1908 as being in the 16th OVI Company C.   Born 1840.]

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 48, Family 48:  Sarah WEBB, age 32 PA; Thomas, age 13 OH; John, age 11 OH; George, age 10 OH; Mary, age 8 OH.  [Ohio, County Marriages:  Bentain C. WEBB married Salley PEIGH, 16 Jun 1836, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Sarah WEBB, wife of Benton WEBB is buried at Overton Church of God Cem, Wayne Co OH.  See Find a Grave.]

1860 Census, Wooster Township, Wayne County OH:  George WEBB was living with David and Barbara ADKIN.  George was age 20, born in OH, and was a carpenter.

Wayne county Probate Court Marriage Records: George WEBB married Delphina CARBAUGH on 2 Jan 1872 in Wayne County OH.

1880 Census Ottawa Twp, Franklin County, OH, page 98:  Geo WEBB, age 39 OH, carpenter, parents born OH; Delphina, wife, age 28 OH, parents born OH; Dorcas, daughter, age 7 OH; Sarah, daughter, age 5 OH; Sarah, daughter, age 5 OH; Ladda?, daughter, age 3 OH; Geo B, son, age 1 KS.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Wooster, Wayne Co OH, line 8, House 278, Family 282, George WEBB, Private, Co C 16th OVI, 22 Apr 1861 to July 1861.  Comments:  discharge papers lost.  Re-enlisted in the 120th and taken prisoner.  

1900 2nd Ward Wooster City, Wayne County, OH:  George WEBB age 60, born Feb. 1840, married 28 yrs,  born OH, carpenter, father born OH, mother PA; Delphina B, wife, age 48 OH, born April 1852, married 28 yrs, 8 children 7 still living, parents born OH; George B, age 21, born Sept 1878 KS, a stone mason, single; Pearl O, age 18, born June 1881 KS,single, dress maker; Wellington H, age 16 born Nov 1883 OH, single; Mary Elsie age 13 born Jan 1887 in OH; Lake L [son] age 6 born June 1893 in OH.  
There is a obituary on microfilm at Wayne County Public Library for Delphina WEBB ...she died 23 Apr 1904.

Wooster Daily News, Tuesday, 10 Nov 1908, page 4
OLD RESIDENT DIES
GEORGE WEBB PASSES AWAY TUESDAY MORNING AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
  George Webb, for many years a resident of Wooster, after an illness of about a week's duration died on Tuesday morning at about 9:30 o'clock at his home on Stibbs street.
  Mr. Webb, who was aged 67 years, had been confined to the home for some time, on account of a fall a few weeks since, while down town.  Last Tuesday he came out of the house to cast his vote, and caught cold.  Pleuro-pneumonia set in and it was only a question of time until death would follow.
  He was an old soldier having served for several years in the Civil War, and was a religious man.  His wife is dead.
[Delphina born 21 Apr 1852; died 23 Apr 1904]   Funeral from the late home Wednesday.  
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Wells, George W.*   15 Oct 1862
Private Wells was age 44 when he entered service.  He died on 20 Mar 1863 on the hospital boat Nashville.  No burial information given in the Roll of Honor.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1816>OH or NY
Marriage:  Susanna CLARKE, 20 Oct 1833, Wayne Co OH
Death:   20 Mar 1863, on floating hospital "Nashville", probably on the Mississippi river.
Cemetery:  No information

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: George W. WELLS, Private, co E 120th OH Inf, died on floating hospital "Nashville", died 20 Mar 1863, Cause: injury of bladder.

Not listed in Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries

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

Pension Index:  George W. WELLS, Co E 121st OH Inf, widow Susanna WELLS, applied 8 June 1863, Application 23989, Certificate 23824.  

There is a pension card for George W. Wells of Co E 121 OH inf, filed in 1863. The widow's name is Susanna WELLS.  The 121 is probably a mistake.  [There is no George W. WELLS in Co E of the 121st OVI that I can find.]  There are also pension cards for Susanna WELLS for George W. WELLS in Co E, 120th PA.  I think this was a transcription mistake.  There is no George Wells in the 120th PA listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System.  There is no 120th Infantry listed in PA.

Ohio, County Marriages: George WELLS married Susanna CLARKE on 20 Oct 1833 in Wayne Co OH.  

1850 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 368:  George W WELLS, age 38 OH, shoemaker; Susanna, age 37 PA; Matilda, age 15 OH; Lorenzo, age 13 OH;  Ellen, age 19 OH;  James, age 8 OH; Lucy, age 6 OH.  

1860 Census, Mohican Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 255:  George W. WELLS, age 46 NY, shoe maker; Susana, age 45 PA; Matilda, age 25 OH; Ellenor, age 21 OH; James M, age 19 OH; Lucy, age 14 OH.  

For information about a hospital ship named Nashville, go to this outside site:
http://www.riverboatdaves.com/riverboats/n.html#NASHV3

Weltmer, John H.   14 Aug 1862
 Private Weltmer was age 30 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Father: Felix WELTMER
Mother:  Mary ?HOWER
Birth: <1832>  Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   Sarah J. HOLMES on 28 Sep 1871 at Wayne Co OH.
Death:   2 Feb 1895, Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery: Plain Cemetery, Wayne county OH
Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Susie Holderfield
 Plain [Lutheran] Cem, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, Section 1.

Pension Card:  John H. WELTMER, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Co E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 2 June 1880, Application 373794, Certificate 262150.  

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 273, Family 277:  Felix WELTMER, age 47 PA, farmer; Mary, age 46 PA; Mary E, age 20 PA; John H, age 17 OH, plasterer; Christian, age 16 OH, farmer; Joseph C, age 14 OH; Elizabeth A, age 12 OH; Sarah, age 10 OH.   

1860 census Congress Township, Wayne County OH:  Phelix WELTMORE age 67 born PA, a farmer; Mary age 57 born PA; John H, age 28 born OH, a book peddler; Joseph age 24 OH, farm laborer; Elizabeth age 22 OH; Catharine age 20 OH; Idella, age 6 months.

Ohio, County Marriages:  J. H. WELTMER married Sarah J. HOLMES on 28 Sep 1871 at Wayne Co OH.

Ohio County Births, 1841-2003:  Ida V. WELTMER, born 23 Oct 1872 at Wayne Co OH.  Father J. H. WELTMER, mother S. G. HOLMES.  [This was Jennie.  Her middle name was Virginia.]

Hovey WELTMER born 1873 according to later census records.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Orrilla B. WELTMER married Lloyd R. DAY on 5 Aug 1900 at Wayne Co OH.  She was born <1876> at West Salem, OH.  Her father was John H. WELTMER.  Her mother was Sarah HOLMES.  [1910 Census, Arrilla and Lloyd DAY are living in Cleveland OH with 4 children.]

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  Sarah J. WELTMER died 29 Sep 1876, age 22 <1854>, at West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  Born Indiana.  Married.  [May be buried at Albion Cemetery, Albion, Ashland Co OH.  Wife of John H, age 22]

1880 Census, dated 9 June 1880, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling not given, Family 150: William and Harriett HOLMES and children; John H. WELTMER, age 50 OH, widowed, day laborer, parents born PA; Ida V. WELTMER, daughter, age 7 OH, paents born OH,

????May be second marriage:  Wayne County OH probate court record:  John H WELTMER married Eliza L. CLINGAN/CLING on 6 Mar 1881 in Wayne County OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule, enumeration district 325, Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH: Line 3, House 395, Family 395:   John H. WELTMER, private Co E 120th OVI.    Post Office: Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  

Wooster Weekly Republican, Wednesday, 6 Feb 1895, page 3   [died 2 Feb 1895]
Another veteran of the Rebellion, John H. Weltmer, of Plain township, crossed the picket line to the shores of peace eternal on Saturday evening.  Mr. Weltmer for some months has been suffering from a general breaking down of his constitution.  He has been making his home with his niece, Mrs. B.B. Speiker, Stibbs street, Wooster, where he died Saturday night, Feb. 2.  John H. Weltmer was born in Wooster township 63 years ago, and spent nearly all his life in Wayne county.  When his country called for volunteers to put down the rebellion he enlisted August 13, 1862, in Co. E 120th Regt. O.V.I., serving until discharged July 13, 1865.  He was a member of Given Post Grand Army of the Republic.  Three children, Mrs. Charles Keets [Ohio, County Marriage record:  Charles W. KEETS married Jennie WELTMER, 21 Sep 1893, Wayne Co OH], Plain township, Hovey O. Weltmer, Neponset, Ill, and Miss Arvilla Weltmer, Greenville, Ill., survive him.  The funeral took place Monday morning.  Brief services were held at the house at 10 a.m., after which the remains were taken to the Plain Church, five miles west of Wooster, where exercises were held, when the casket was lowered into a grave in the graveyard at the church.
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The Jacksonian, Thursday, 7 Feb 1895, page 3
John H. Weltmer of Plain township, died on Saturday, Feb. 2, at the home of his niece, Mrs. B. B. Speiker of Stibbs street, Wooster.  Mr. Weltmer was born in Clinton township in 1832 and was engaged in farming in Wayne county during the greater part of his life.  Interment at Plain church on last Monday.  Mr. Weltmer spent three years in the service of his country during the War of the Rebellion, serving in the 120th Reg't. O.V.I. and was a member of Given Post G.A.R.  Three children survive him, Miss Amelia Weltmer of Greenville, Ill., Mrs. Chas. Keets, Plain township and Hower Weltmer, Nesponsett, Ill.

Daughter Jennie [Ida V.] WELTMER KEETS had child Gail Irene KEETS on 19 Sep 1895 at Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Child's father: C. H. KEETS.  

In the 1900 Census Neponset Twp, Bureau Co IL, page 146, Hovey WELTMORE is living as a servant with the William and Martha STABLER family.  He is age 26, single, born Sep? 1873 in Indiana, parents born IN.  So I don't know if this is the right person for the son of this soldier or if the birth information is not correct.  

1910 Census,  Kewanee city Ward 2, Henry Co IL, 700 Water St, Dwelling  75, Family 75: Hovey WELTNER, age 36 OH, first marriage, married one yr, parents born OH, laborer in steel mill; Maggie, wife, age 29 IL, first marriage, married one yr, father born Sweden, mother born OH, no occupation.  

 John's brother Joseph?  Ohio Death Records:  Joseph Derman WELTMER died 7 Apr 1921 at Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Born 4 Oct 1835.  Father Felix WELTMER, born PA.  Mother HOWER born PA.  Spouse: Sarah.  Burial Mohican.  

Whonsettler, Samuel L.   21 Nov 1861
Private Whonsettler was age 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred from Co. I, 16th OVI on 15 Aug 1862; he was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: Daniel WHONSETLER
Mother:  Susanah HEWIT
Birth: 13 July 1837 at Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  Adaline SNELL, 24 Oct 1867, Wayne Co OH
Death:   13 May 1924, Canaan, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Canaan Lutheran Cem, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, or Lehman Lutheran Cem [Salem Lutheran Cem]
Cemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

 Pension Card:  Samuel L. WHONSETLER, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Co D 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 6 Feb 1888, Application 638906, Certificate 414287, filed in OH .  Samuel died 13 May 1924 at Creston OH.  

???1850 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 69, Family 69:  Daniel WHONSETLER, age 50 PA, farmer; Susannah, age 49 PA; Philip?, age 25 PA, farmer; Lydia, age 20 OH; Sophronia, age 18 OH; David, age 16 OH; Daniel, age 14 OH; Elizabeth, age 9 OH.  

1860 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 252:  Daniel WONSETLER, age 60 MD, farmer; Susannah, age 59 PA; David, age 24 OH, farmer; Samuel L, age 22 OH; Susan, age 19 OH.  

1870 Census, Harrisville Twp, Medina County, OH, page 286:  Samuel WHONSETLER, age 32 OH, farmer; Adaline, age 24 PA; Ora M [female], age 2 OH.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Samuel L. WHOUSETTER married Adaline SNELL on 24 Oct 1867 in Wayne Co OH.  

1880 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne County OH, page 29:  Samuel WHONSTLER, age 42 OH, farmer, father born MD, mother born PA; Aaline, wife, age 35 PA, parents born PA; Ora M, daughter, age 11 OH; Arthur C, son, age 3 OH.  

1890 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 20, House 303, Family 315:  Samuel L. WOHNSETLER, Pvt, Co E 120 OH Inf.   Post Office:  Canaan, Wayne Co OH.  Close of war.  

1900 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne County OH, page 48:  S K WHONSETLER, age 62 OH, born July 1837, married 32 yrs, farmer, father born MD, mother born PA; Adaline, wife, age 55 PA, born Feb 1845, married 32 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Arthur C, age 23 OH, single, born Sep 1876, farm laborer.  

1910 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne County OH, page 45:  Samuel WHONSETLER, age 72 OH, first marriage, married 42 yrs, father born MD, mother born PA, has own income; Adeline, wife, age 65 PA; first marriage, married 42 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, parents born PA.  [Note: Column 30 is marked UA for military service.]

1920 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 38:  Samuel L WHONSETLER, age 82 OH, no occupation, father born MD, mother born PA; Adaline, wife, age 74 PA, parents born PA.  
[Note:  Ohio Online Death Certificate Index:  Adaline WHAOSETTLER died 27 Dec 1920 in Wayne County OH.]

Ohio Online Death Certificate Index: Samuel L WHONSETTLER died 13 May 1924 in Wayne County OH.

Grave Registration Card:  Burial at Lehman Lutheran Cem, Canaan Twp, Wayne County OH.  

Death Record:  File # 31588, Samuel Luther WHONSETTLER died 13 May 1924 at Canaan, Wayne Co OH.  Widower of Adaline WHONSETTLER.  Born 13 July 1837 at Wayne Co OH.  Retired farmer.  Father Daniel WHONSETTLER, born PA.  Mother Susanah HEWIT, born PA.  Burial Cannan Lutheran Cem.  Informant A. C. WHONSETTLER of Creston.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File #78869, Adaline WHONSETTLER died 27 Dec 1920 at Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Born 16 Feb 1845 in PA.  Father Jacob SNELL, born PA.  Mother Margaret SMITH, born PA.  burian Canaan Lutheran Cem.  Informant Arthur C. WHONSETLER, of Creston OH.  

Wilson, Jacob*   15 Aug 1862
Corporal Jacob Wilson was age 27 when he entered service.  He died 16 Mar 1863 on the hospital boat Nashville.  No burial information given in the Roll of Honor.
For information about a hospital ship named Nashville go to this outside site:
http://www.riverboatdaves.com/riverboats/n.html#NASHV3
Father: Clinton WILSON
Mother:  Mary Ann MILLER
Birth: 11 Aug 1835, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  Elizabeth FUSSELMAN [EDGAR]  Jacob WILLSON married Ellisa FUSSELMAN, 11 Jun 1857, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  
Death:   16 Mar 1863 on the hospital boat Nashville or 15 Mar
Cemetery:   Stone for Jacob Wilson at Blachleyville Cemetery, Plain twp, Wayne County OH with death date 1863  [Not listed in Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries]
Relationship: Brother of Shannon WILSON, Co E, 120th OVI
Information and photos at Find a Grave!

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Jacob WILSON, Corporal, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 16 Mar 1863 on the floating hospital "Nashville".  Cause: purpura [bleeding under the skin that can be present with typhus and meningitis]

1850 Census Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 371:  Clinton WILSON, age 45 OH, farmer; Mary A, age 36 PA; Thomas, age 16 OH, farmer; Jacob, age 15 OH, farmer; Nancy J, age 12 OH; Shannon, age 11 [male] OH; Isabella, age 9 OH; Elgy or Elzy [male], age 7 OH; William, age 4 OH.  [Note:  Wayne County Probate Court record:  Clinton WILSON married Mary Ann MILLER on 12 Aug 1830 in Wayne Co OH.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  Jacob WILLSON married Ellisa FUSSELMAN, 11 Jun 1857, Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  

1860 Census Plain Township, Wayne County OH, page 262, Dwelling 144, Family 144:  Clinton WILSON age 54 born OH, a farmer;  Mary Ann age 45 born PA;  Mary Jane age 22 OH; Shannon age 20 OH, a farmer; Elzey [male] age 16 OH,  farmer; William age 14 OH; John Austin [Austin may be a surname] age 4 OH; [next page 263] Jacob WILSON age 24 OH, a farmer; Clinton age 10 months OH.

 1860 Census, Plain Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 260, Dwelling 105, Family 105:  James EDGAR, age 65 NY, retired farmer; Elizabeth, age 64 PA; Elizabeth WILSON, age 26 PA; Elizabeth Jane, age 3 OH.  

I haven't accounted for a child named George in 1860.    

Pension Index:  Jacob WILSON, Co E 120th OH Inf.   widow Elizabeth, applied 22 Aug 1863, Application 30886, Certificate 9841.  

Pension at fold3.com :
There is a pension listed for widow of Jacob WILSON at fold3.com; but it was only one document which consolidated the widow with the minor children of Jacob and no other papers were in the widow's packet.  See Clinton, age 10 months, that is listed after Jacob in the 1860 census above.  [Actually, Jacob had three children, George, Elizabeth and Clinton.  His wife did not die early, but instead moved with the WILSON family to Buchanan IA, where she married again.  See
Find a Grave.]  Pension Card:  Widow applied 22 Aug 1863.  Minor also applied for.  

Wilson, Shannon*   15 Aug 1862
Corporal Shannon Wilson was age 22 when he entered service.  He died 22 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
 Father: Clinton WILSON
Mother:  Mary Ann MILLER
Birth: 10 Jan 1840, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  
Death:   22 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cem [not listed] and stone at Blachleyville Cemetery, Plain twp.,Wayne County OH with death date 1863 
Relationship:  Brother of Jacob WILSON, Co E, 120th OVI
Information and photos at Find a Grave!

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Shannon WILSON, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 23 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital, cause: typo mal fever.

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 Census Plain Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 371:  Clinton WILSON, age 45 OH, farmer; Mary A, age 36 PA; Thomas, age 16 OH, farmer; Jacob, age 15 OH, farmer; Nancy J, age 12 OH; Shannon, age 11 [male] OH; Isabella, age 9 OH; Elgy or Elzy [male], age 7 OH; William, age 4 OH.  [Note:  Wayne County Probate Court record:  Clinton WILSON married Mary Ann MILLER on 12 Aug 1830 in Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census Plain Township, Wayne County OH:  Clinton WILSON age 54 born OH, a farmer;  Mary Ann age 45 born PA;  Mary Jane age 22 OH; Shannon age 20 OH, a farmer; Elzey [male] age 16 OH,  farmer; William age 14 OH; John Austin [Austin may be a surname] age 4 OH; Jacob WILSON age 24 OH, a farmer; Clinton age 10 months OH.  

Wynn, Jesse   13 Aug 1862
Private Wynn was age 19 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]  
Jessee WYNN is listed in the 120th, private, Company E
Jessey WYNN is listed in the 114th, private, Company E
Jesse WYNN, residence Laporte, IN, enlisted in Co K 151st IN Inf on 26 Feb 1865 and mustered out 19 Sep 1865 at Nashville, TN.  Rank: Private.
Father: Jacob Jesse WYNN
Mother:  Sarah Catherine WISE
Birth: 10 Oct 1843, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  Margaret HAMLIN, 16 Oct 1870, Ashland Co OH
Death:   7 Sep 1917, Ashland city, Ashland Co, OH
Cemetery: Ashland Cemetery, Ashland Co OH

Photo Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Jesse WYNN, Co K 151 IN Inf.  Filed for invalid pension 13 June 1881,  Application 424708, Certificate 589253, filed in OH.  

1850 Census Plain Twp, Wayne County OH, page 371:  Jesse WINNE, age 40 MA, laborer;  Catherine, age 35 PA; John, age 13 OH; Elizabeth age 11 OH; Jesse, age 9 OH; William, age 7 OH; Regin??? [male], age 3 OH.  

1860 have not found Jesse.

1870  Have not found Jesse.
[1870 Census, Jeromesville, Ashland Co OH: Dwelling 62, Family 66:  Mary HAMLIN, age 55 OH; Isaac, age 22 OH, day laborer; Margaret, age 16 OH.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  Jesse WYNN married Margaret HAMLIN, 16 Oct 1870, Ashland Co OH.

 1880 Census Canaansville, Ripley Twp, Holmes, OH, page 405:  Jesse WYNN, age 36 OH, farmer, no birthplace for father, mother born PA; Margaret, wife, age 25 PA, parents born PA; Ida M, daughter, age 8 OH; Wilhelmine, daughter, age 4 OH; Abbigail L, daughter, age 1 OH.  

1890 Census, Ripley Twp, Holmes Co OH:  Line 30, House 183, Family 183, Jesse WYNN, Private, Co K, 120th IN, served Aug 1861? to 1865, served 3 yrs, 7 months. Post office:  Big Prairie, Holmes Co OH.  Disability: ruptured blood vessels in right leg caused by horse falling on it.

1900 have not found.

1910 have not found.

 On the Ohio Online Death Certificate Index:  Jessie WYNN died in Ashland county OH 7 Sep 1917.
Ashland County CW Vets : Jesse WYNN, [Co K, 151st] Indiana Vol, is listed on the Ashland Veterans of the Civil War as being buried in Ashland Cemetery.  

Death Record:  File #56040, Jessie WYNN died 7 Sep 1917 at Ashland city, Ashland Co, OH.  Widower.  Day Laborer.  Born 10 Oct 1843 in Wayne Co OH.  Father Jacob WYNN, born PA.  Mother, Sarah WISE, born PA.  Burial Ashland OH.  Informant, Ida HUNTSBARGER of 229 Cleveland Ave.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio: :  File #30473, John C WYNN died 21 May 1917 at E. 9th St, Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Single.  Day Laborer.  Born 11 Aug 1837 at Wayne Co OH.  Father Jessie WYNN, born Wayne Co OH.  Mother, Cathrine WISE, born PA.  Burial Ashland.  Informant J. J. WYNN, of Ashland OH.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio: :  File #72403, Ida May McKINLEY died 6 Dec 1944 at residence 125 W. 10th St, Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Divorced.  Born 4 Sept 1871 in Wayne Co OH.  Father Jesse WYNN, born Wayne Co OH.  Mother Margaret HAMLIN, born Wayne Co OH.  Burial Ashland Cem.  Informant Marie SHIRE of Ashland OH, RD 2.  

Yergan, Amos*   9 Oct 1862
Private was age 18 when he entered service.  He died on 28 July 1863 at Vicksburg, Mississippi.The Roll of Honor lists him as being buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.  [May have been in Co C, 86th OH Inf]
Father: John YERGIN  died 1846
Mother:  Susanna BACHER
Birth: <1844>
Marriage:  
Death:   28 July 1863 at Vicksburg, MS
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS  [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Amos YEARGON, Private, Co E 120th OH Inf, died 29 July 1863 at Regiment Hospital.  Cause: typo mal febris.

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension record:  Amos YERGIN of Co E 120th OVI. Mother, Susan YERGIN, applied 19 May 1879, Application 245726, Certificate 202548.  No state given.

???Ohio Marriages:  John YERGAN married Susan BEECHER, 29 Aug 1833, Wayne Co OH.  [World Connect says 12 Aug 1832].  

"Joseph and Sarah A. Harry Yergin Family Genealogy":   John Yergin, born May 17, 1810, Pennsylvania. He died August 22, 1846, Matamoros, Mexico in the Mexican War. He married Susannah Bacher, August 12, 1832, Wayne County, Ohio.  The History of Wayne County Ohio by Ben Douglass lists on pp 759-760 the soldiers from Wayne County who went to fight in the Mexican War.  John YERGEN was 36 years old.  
 

World Connect:   Amos' siblings were:  Simon, Margaret, Cynthia, Rachel, Susan, and Elizabeth.  

1850 Census, have not found

There is an Amos YERGAN listed in the 1860 census for Wooster Township, Wayne County OH.  He is 13 years old, born in OH.  He is listed with Jac [Jacob][28] and Synthia [22] DRINKHOUSE who are farming in that township.  

mother    Ohio Marriages:  Susan YERGIN married Chas. G. FICKES, 20 Apr 1851, Wayne Co OH.  In 1860, they were living in Wooster, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 162, Family 176, but Amos was not with them.  Susan, age 47 OH.  Charles, age 54 PA.

mother Susan  1860 Census, Wooster, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 162, Family176:  Chas VICKAS, age 54 PA, drayman; Susan, age 47 OH; [next page] Reason, male, age 8 OH; Tilly, age 4 OH; Mary, age 1 OH; Elizabeth, age 16 OH.  [Elizabeth could be Elizabeth YERGAN, the soldier's sister.]

By 1880 Susan, the soldier's mother,  is a widow again living with Reson FICKES in Cleveland, OH.

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Ohio, Deaths lists Susan E. FINAL, widow, died 12 May 1923 at Youngstown, Mahoning Co OH.  Born 5 Feb 1842, Wooster, OH.  Buried in Cleveland, OH.  Father John YERGIN, born PA.  Mother Susanna BACHER, born Wooster, OH.  

sister  Illinois, Deaths:  Margaret Anna YERGIN died 2 Oct 1924, Chicago, Cook Co IL.  Born 22 May 1836, Wooster OH.  Burial Forest Home.  Mother Susan BACHER, born Wooster OH.  Father John YERGIN.

brother  Michigan Marriages:  Simon YERGIN, born 1835 OH married Marth A. Warner MCLANE born 1845 NY.  Married on 13 Oct 1899 at Holton, Muskegon, MI.  Simon's father: John YERGIN.  Simon's mother, Susan BACHER.  

Yocum, Henry   20 Aug 1862
Private Yocum was age 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged on 12 Apr 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: Andrew YOCUM
Mother:  Susan WORST
Birth: Aug 1843 OH
Marriage:  Sarah Jane WEAVER 28 Oct 1870 in Wayne County OH
Death:    27 Oct 1900
Cemetery: Congress Cem, Wayne county, OH, Section 3
Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Grave Registration Card:  Died 27 Oct 1900.  Born 1843.  Wife Sarah Jane.  

Pension Index:  Henry YOCUM, E 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Sarah J YOCUM, filed 1900 Nov 15, Application 730015, Certificate 511436, filed in OH.  Invalid applied 22 July 1890, Application 899368, 705589, filed in OH .  Pension Card:  Henry died 27 Oct 1900.  

1850 Census Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 326:  Andrew YOCUM, age 49 PA, farmer; Susanne, age 39 PA; Miles, age 18 OH; Elizabeth, age 17 OH; Andrew, age 16 OH; Nancy, age 14 OH; Joel, age 12 OH; Elmore, age 11 OH; Henry, age 7 OH; Eliza J, age 5 OH; Mary M, age 2 OH.  

1860 Census Congress Township, Wayne County OH:  Andrew YOCUM age 58 Born PA, a farmer; Susanna age 48 PA; Joel age 23 born OH farm laborer; Elmore age 20 OH, farm laborer; Henry age 16 OH; Eliza J age 14 OH; Mary M age 12 OH.

1870 Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 136:  Conrad WEAVER, age 43 OH, farmer; Lydia, age 41 OH; Sarah J, age 15 OH; Albert, age 19 OH; Henry YOKEM, age 25 OH, farming.  

Wayne County Probate Court Marriage Records:  Henry YOCUM married Sarah Jane WEAVER 28 Oct 1870 in Wayne County OH.

1880 Census Congress Twp, Wayne, OH, page 138:  Henry YOCUM, age 38 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Sarah J, wife, age 25 OH, parents born OH; Jennie B, daughter, age 7 OH; Oren A, son, age 4 OH; Bramwell, son, age 11 months OH, born July 1879.

1890 Veterans Schdule:  Congress, Wayne Co OH: Line 14, House 158, Family 164:  Henry YOCUM, Pvt, Co E 120th OH Inf.  Post Office: Congress, Wayne Co OH.  Disability: dropsy of bladder and general disability.  

1900 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, page145:  Henry YOCUM, age 56 OH, born Aug 1843, married 30 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Jane, wife, age 45 OH, born Feb 1855, married 30 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, father born OH, mother born PA; Orrin, son, age 24 OH, born Jul 1875, single, farm laborer; Jennie, daughter, age 27, single, born Oct 1872; Bramwill, son, age 21, born Jul 1878, single, farm laborer.  

1910 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 139:  Sarah J YOCUM, age 55 OH, widow, 3 children, 3 still living, farmer on general farm, parents born OH; Jennie, daughter, age 37 OH, single, music teacher; Oren A, son, age 34 OH, single, farmer home farm;  Lydia WEAVER, mother, widow, age 80 OH, own income, parents born NY.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:   File #19131, Mary Melissa SHAFFTER died 21 Mar 1914 at Marshallville, Wayne Co OH.  Born 21 Aug 1848 at Congress Twp OH.  Father Andrew YOCUM, born PA.  Mother Susan WORST, born PA.  Burial Wooster Cem.  Informant Eugene SHAFFTER of Marshallville OH.  


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