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Reunion of Company F at home of Van Nest

Reunion of old Veterans of the 120th OVI at the Home of Joseph P. Van Nest
from the collection of Harry McClarran and in the book "A Glimpse from the Front Porch a Bridge to the Past"
with permission of Harry McClarran
and sent by Robin Biddle

Company F, 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry

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Company F 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 from the Roll of Honor in the back of the 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]
Company F, Captain Henry Buck [Buck resigned 15 Feb 1863; John Sloan became Captain 20 Feb 1863; Sloan resigned 19 Sep 1863; Elias Fraunfelter became Captain 21 Mar 1864]
Oct 14 to 31, 1862 shows station of company at Barracks near Covington Kentucky
Record of events:  C. F. left Camp Mansfield Ohio on the 25th day of Oct 1862.    arrived at Barracks near Covington Kentucky Oct 26 1862
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Nov and Dec, 1862 shows station of company Near Vicksburg, Miss
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Jan and Feb, 1863 shows station of company Youngs Point, La.
Record of events:  Co F has been engaged in the action at Arkansas Post Jan 11/63 and from there proceeded down the Mississippi River to Vicksburg.
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Special Muster Roll Apr 10, 1863 shows station of company, Smiths Farm
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Mch and Apr 1863 shows station of company In the field, Miss.
Record of events:  Co F left Young's Point an arrived at Millikens Bend La, Mch 9th 1863     Marched from camp McClernand Apr 2/63 and arrived at Perkins Plantation Apr 21st/63.
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May and June, 1863 shows station of company, Camp Kegwin, Miss.
Record of events:  Engaged in the battle of Thompson's Hill, Miss. May 1, 1863.  John Brindle was killed in action May 1st 1863.  Marched to Port Gibson, Miss May 2nd 1863.  Arrived at Raymond Miss May 13, 1863.  Sergeant Benjamin Myers and Private Robert J Harris were taken prisoners at Raymond Miss, May 24, 1863 [May 25].  Left Raymond Miss. May 18, 1863, and arrived in the rear of Vicksburg May 19, 1863 and were engaged in the battle.  May 2oth, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd engaged in the battle.  Left the battlefield May 24th 1863, and arrived at Camp Kegwin near Big Black River.  
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July and August, 1863 shows station of company, Carrollton, La.
Record of events:  Started for Jackson, Miss July 6, 1863.  Arrived in front of Jackson and took active part in the battle July 10, 1863.  From the 12th to the 16th of July engaged in the battle.  July 21st started for Big Black River Bridge.  July 23rd arrived at Big Black River Bridge.  July 24th started for Vicksburg, Miss.  July 25th arrived at Vicksburg.  Aug 9th embarked on Steamer Autocrat and started for Port Hudson, La.  Aug 10th arrived at Port Hudson.  Aug 18th embarked on Steamer Lebanon for Carrollton, La.  Aug 19th arrived at Carrollton, La. and encamped.
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Sept and Oct, 1863 shows station of company, New Iberia, La.
Record of events:  Sept 5th 1863, embarked on board steamer Atlanic en route for Okelousas, La., and arrived at Algiers, La. same evening.  Sept 6th left Algiers via Railroad for Bayou Bouef, arriving there the same day.  Sept 11th left Bayou Bouef and marched to Brashear City, La.  Sept 25th left Brashear City, La and arrived at Berwick City La.  Oct 3 left Berwick City; marched 15 miles and encamped.  Oct 4th Started at 6 O'clock A.M. and marched to Franklin, La.  Oct 5th left Franklin La, marched 10 miles and encamped.  Oct 6th started again at 6 o'clock A. M.    marched 10 miles and encamped.  Oct 9th started again at 6 o'clock A.M. and marched 20 miles   Oct 10th started again at 6 o'clock A.M.     marched 10 miles and encamped near Vermillionville, La.   Oct 23rd left Vermillionville, La, marched 10 miles and encamped.  Oct 24th started at 6 o'clock A.M. and marched to Okelousas.  Oct 27th left Okelousas La, and marched back towards Vermillionville, La 12 miles and encamped.  Oct 30the left Vermillionville and arrived at New Iberia.  
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Nov and Dec, 1863 shows station of company, Plaquemine La.
Record of events:  Nov 8th 9th and 10th Co F marched from New Iberia to Berwick via Franklin and Pattersonville La. distance fifty miles.  On the 18th crossed the bayou to Brashier City.  Nov 19th left Brashear City went via Rail Road thirty six miles  -  marched ten miles and encamped.  Nov 20th started at 7 o'clock A. M., marched sixteen miles and encamped on the banks of bayou La Forche.  Nov 21 marched nine miles to Donaldsonville La.   Embarked on board the Steamer John Warner and sailed up the river thirty miles to Plaquemine La. and encamped.  
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Jany and Feby 1864 shows station of company, Plaquemine La.
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March and April, 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:  Left Baton Rouge, La. on board Steamer City Belle and proceeded up Red River.  On May 3rd the enemy fired on the boat with Inft and Artillery and captured the boat when we proceeded on foot to Alexandria La, a distance of thirty miles arriving there on the 4th day of May 1864.  Left Alexandria on May 13th and arrived at Morganzia Bend La on the Miss River May 22/64.
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July and August, 1864 shows station of company, Morganzia, La.
Record of events:  Left Morganzia on the evening of Aug 23 and embarked on Steamer Ohio Belle, enroute for Port Hudson La, and arrived at Port Hudson the morning of Aug 24th.  Started on the march on the evening of the 24th enroute for Clinton, La, arriving there on the evening of the 25th  - a distance of 30 miles.  Left Clinton on the evening of the 25th enroute for Port Hudson, arriving at the latter place on the morning of the 28th.  Embarked on the Steamer Nebraska the same day and arrived at Morganzia the same evening.  
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Sept and Oct 1864 shows station of company, Mouth of White River, Ark.
Record of events:  Embarked on board Steamer Illinois and started en route for Mouth of White River Sept 3rd? 1864, and arrived at Mouth of White River Sept 8th? 1864 - disembarked and encamped on Sept 10th.   Embarked on Steamer S. ?Rungel? and arrived at St. Charles, Ark, Sept 11th.  Embarked on Steamer Eclipse Oct 21st and arrived at Duballs Bluff Ark. Oct 22nd 1864.  Embarked on Steamer Thos. E. Tutt [Sidewheel Wooden hull packet burned by rebels 9 Dec 1864] Oct 25th 1864 and arrived at Mouth of White River Oct 27th 1864.
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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Albright, Emanuel   24 Aug 1862
Private Albright was age 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged 27 Aug 1863 at Columbus, Ohio on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: John ALBRIGHT
Mother:  Sarah McCAMMON
Birth: 1 May 1843 in Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  1Caroline JOHNSON, 6 Jun 1872
2Myrtle C. LEHR, 18 Jun 1891, Ashland Co OH
Death:   2 Nov 1914 in Ashland, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:  Red Haw Cemetery, Red Haw, Perry Twp, Ashland Co.OH.

Pension Card:  Emanuel ALBRIGHT, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 29 Apr 1880, Application 360380, Certificate 316838.  Emanuel died 2 Nov 1914 at Ashland OH.  

Haven't found 1850.  Father John died 1857, age 55, buried Red Haw.  Mother, Sarah born 1805,  died 1885, buried Red Haw.  

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 222:  Sarah ATBRIGHT, age 56 PA; John, age 22 OH, plasterer; Ann M., age 20 OH; Emanuel, age 17 OH; Daniel, age 14 OH.  

Haven't found 1870.  Mother Sarah was living in Crawford County with son John.  

Ohio County Marriages:  Emanuel ALBRIGHT married Caroline JOHNSON, 6 Jun 1872.

1880 Census Village of Lafayette, Ashland, OH, page 202:  Emanuel ALBRIGHT, age 37 OH, a laborer, parents born PA;  Caroline, age 44, born OH, parents born PA.  Living with them is his mother Sarah ALBRIGHT, age 75 PA, parents born PA.

Caroline, wife of E, 1838 - 1889, Red Haw cemetery.  

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Ohio County Marriages:  Emanuel ALBRIGHT married Myrtle C. LEHR, 18 Jun 1891, Ashland Co OH.  

1900 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 193:  Emanuel ALLBRIGHT, age 57 OH, born May 1843,  married 9 yrs, plasterer, parents born PA; Myrtle C, wife, age 42 OH, born S? 1859?, married 9 yrs, 3 children/2 still living.  parents born OH; Grace P LEHR, daughter, age 21 OH, born Aug 1878?, single, grocery clerk, parents born OH; Blanch???, daughter, in school, can't read age or birth date, born OH, parents born OH.

Sons of Union Veterans:  Emanuel ALBRIGHT, born 1843, died 1914.  Red Haw Cem, CR 175, Red Haw, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH.

Death record in Ohio:  Emanuel ALBRIGHT, died 2 Nov 1914 in Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  He was born 1 May 1843 in Wayne Co OH.  He was divorced.  He was a plasterer.  Burial in Red Haw, OH.  Father was John ALBRIGHT and mother was Sarah McCAMMON or McCAMMAN, both born PA.  Informant was Mrs. J L MATTHEWS of Ashland OH.  

Ambrose, John   28 Aug 1862
2d Lieutenant Ambrose was age 35 when he entered service.  He was promoted from Sergeant on 15 Mar 1863; resigned 11 July 1863.
Father: John AMBROSE
Mother:  Barbara ???
Birth: 25 Oct 1826 [tomb stone]
Marriage:  Calista FORTNEY on 6 Sep 1849, Ashland Co OH
Death:   15 Aug 1903, Kankakee County IL
Cemetery:   Allen Cem, Ransom, La Salle County, IL
Stone PhotoPhoto Permission:  Nancy Rupp  at Find a Grave.
John died 15 Aug 1903 in Kankakee County IL.   

 Pension Index:  John AMBROSE, F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1883 June 4, Application 485298, Certificate 517275, filed in IL.  Widow Calesta AMBROSE, filed 1905 Feb 20, Application 822245, no Certificate, filed in Illinois.  Pension Card:  Widow's certificate not recorded.  

[ WorldConnect says parents were John and Barbara AMBROSE.]  
Parents: U. M. Church or Evangelical Cem, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH
Barbara AMBROSE, wife of John, died 1862, age 74
John AMBROSE, died 1875, age 84

Ashland County OH early marriages:  John AMBROSE married Calista FORTNEY on 6 Sep 1849.

Parents:  1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 311, Family 311:  John AMBROSE, age 59 PA, farmer; Barbara, age 61 PA; Sarah, age 22 OH; Nancy, age 20 OH; David, age 18 OH.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH, page 258:  John AMBROSE, age 23 OH, blacksmith; Chaliste, age 24 PA; Milo C, age 4 months OH.  

1860 Census , Jackson twp, Ashland County OH, :  John Ambrose, age 34, born OH, a blacksmith.  Living with him are Caleta [sic] age 35, born PA.  Children:  Marlo C, 10; Mary J. 8; Columbus C. 6; James J. 5; Agnes J. 3; Byron 1.  All children born in OH.  

1870 Census, Allen Twp, LaSalle County, IL, page 24:   John AMBROSE, age 42 OH, farmer; Felicila, age 43 PA; Meta C, age 20 OH, farm labor; Mary J, age 18 OH; Columbus, age 16 OH, farm labor; James I?, age 14 OH; Agnes S?, age 12 OH; Byron J, age 10 OH; George, age 8 OH; Margret, age 5 IL; Cleveland, age 1 IL; Alon. C KILLER, age 20 OH, laborer.  

In 1880 census John Ambrose, age 54 and  born in OH,  is living by himself in Buckingham, Kankakee, Illinois.  He is still listed as married.  He is a blacksmith.

1880 Dwight, Livingston County, IL, page 361:  Calista AMBROSE, age 54 PA, parents born PA; James I, son, age 24 OH; George H, son, age 19 OH, farmer; Maggie L, daughter, age 15 IL; Cleveland F, son, age 12 IL.  

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Pension bureau [Department of the Interior] had John Ambrose listed as living in Reddick, Kankakee Co IL on 7 June 1893.

1900 Census, Village of Reddick, Norton Twp, Kankakee IL, page 283:  John AMBROSE, age 73 OH, born Oct 1826, married 51 yrs, blacksmith, parents born Germany; Calista, wife, age 75 PA, born Feb 1825, married 51 yrs, 9 children/7 still living; parents born PA.  

Barr, Richard   26 Aug 1862
Private Barr was age 20 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Wounded 9 Apr 1865, battle of Ft. Blakeley, AL.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI 24 July 1865.
Father: Robert BARR
Mother:  Mary OWENS
Birth: 25 Sep 1839 Ashland, OH
Marriage:  1Miss Eliza WELLS, 4 Jul 1867, Ashland Co OH
2Sarah STARR          [died 1 Sep 1916..Shenandoah cemetery]
Death:   27 Nov 1923, Shelby, Richland Co OH.  
Cemetery: Shenandoah Church Cem, Shenandoah, Richland Co OH
Information at Find a Grave:  Richard BARR, spouse of Eliza and Sarah, Shenandoah Church Cem, Shenandoah, Richland Co OH.  1840-1923.  

Pension Index:  Richard BARR, Co E 48th OH, Co E 114th OH and Co F 120th OH. Difficult to read but the year looks like 1865...might be 16 Oct.  Difficult to read: Application 72909, Certificate 1848*3.

Richard Barr applied for invalid pension in Ohio in 1903.[hard to read]  Pension Card:  Co F 120th OH Inf, Co E 48th OH Inf, Co E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 16 Oct 1865.  Richard died 27 Nov 1923 at Shelby OH.  

1850 Census, Milton, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 43, Family 43:  Mary BARR, age 50 VA; Catherine, age 21 OH; Margaret, age 19 OH; William, age 16 OH, farmer; John, age 15 OH, farmer; Maryann, age 12 OH; Richard, age 11 OH.  

1860 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 263, Family 280:  Mary BARR, age 60 VA; Catharine, age 30 OH; Margrette J, age 28 OH; Wm, age 26 OH, carpenter; John, age 24 OH, carpenter; Rachel [male] age 20, farmer.  [Note:  Because this "Rachel" is listed as a male, I believe this is Richard.]  [Note: Mary, Catherine and Margret J are still living together in Ashland County in 1870.]

Ohio County Marriages:  Richard BARR married Miss Eliza WELLS, 4 Jul 1867, Ashland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Evans, Marshall Co, IL, Dwelling 79, Family 79:  Richard BARE, age 25 OH, farmer; Eliza, age 25 OH; Alnora, age 2 OH; Mary, age one IL.  

1880 Census, Butler Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 84, Family 85:  Richard BARR, age 40 OH, farmer, father's birthplace not listed, mother born VA; Eliza, wife, age 35 OH, parents born PA; Alnara, daughter, age 12 OH; Mary O, daughter age 10 OH; Corel L, daughter, age 8 OH; Owens A., son, age 1 OH.  

1890 Special Veterans Census:  Blooming Grove, Richland Co Oh: Line 30,   House 193, Family 196:  Richard BARR, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Post Office Shiloh, OH.  

1900 Census, Blooming Grove, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 229, Family 236:  Richard BARR, boarder, age 59 OH, born Sep 1840, father born unknown, mother born VA, day laborer.  He is living with the Clement L. DUNLAP family.  

Married Sarah 1901

1910 Census, Fitchville Twp, Huron Co OH, Dwelling 40, Family 40:  Richard D. BARR, age 70 OH, second marriage, married 9 yrs, father born OH, mother born VA, general farming, Column 30 marked UA for military service; Sarah, wife, age 69 OH, second marriage, married 9 yrs, 2 children/one still living.  

Ohio Death Record:  Mrs. Sarah BARR died 1 Sep 1916 at Grenwich village, Huron Co OH.  Born 17 Apr 1839, age 77 yrs, 4 m, 13 days.  Married.  Born Adario, OH.  Father John STARR, born Ireland.  Mother Martha GEORGE born unknown.  Burial Shenadoa [sic] Cem.  Informant R. R. BARR of Cuyahoga Falls.

 Ohio Death Record:  Richard D. BARR died 27 Nov 1923 at Shelby, Richland Co OH.  Born 25 Sep 1839 Ashland, OH.  Widowed.  Retired.  Burial Shenandoah Cem.  Father Robert BARR, born PA.  Mother Marry OWENS, born PA.  

Berry, Henry   3 Sept 1862
Sergeant Berry was age 48 when he entered service.  He was discharged 28 Jan 1863 at Keokuk, Iowa on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Jacob BERRY
Mother:  Elizabeth HERRING
Birth: 28 May 1814 PA
Marriage: Maria SHULL [HULL] on 26 Nov 1835 in Wayne County OH
Death:   27 Apr 1905
Cemetery:   Hazard Cem, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH
Relationship:  Is Henry related to William Clark BERRY of Co E 120th?

Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Henry BERRY, born 28 May 1814, died 27 Ap 1905, Hazzard Cem, West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  Maria BERRY, born 25 Jan 1815, died 8 May 1898, same stone.  

 
 

 Marriage RecordWayne County Probate Court record:  Henry BERRY married Maria SLULL on 26 Nov 1835 in Wayne County OH.  [Family Search says this is Maria SHULL, 27 Nov 1835.  Henry was born 18 Mar 1814 in PA. Parents:  Jacob and Elizabeth (HERRING) BERRY.]  In the photocopy, Maria's name looks like SHULL.  

Pension Card:  Henry BERRY, Sgt, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 9 Mar 1876, Application 215506, Certificate 151048.  Henry died 1905.  

1850 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 195, Family 198:  Henry BERRY, age 35 PA, farming; Maria, age 34 NJ; Jane, age 14 OH; Joel, age 12 OH; Richard, age 9 OH; Harriet, age 6 OH; Ann E, age 4 OH; Hulbert, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland County, OH:  Henry BERRY, age 46 PA, a carpenter;  Maria, age 41 PA;   [female] Jan, age 23; Joel age 21; Richard MJ age 19; Anna E age 13; Herbert age 11; Albert age 9; Elmore D age 6.   [Note: Living next door are Jacob and Elizabeth Berry, both age 73.  They might be his parents.]

1870 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, :  Henry Berry, age 55 PA, farming; Maria, age 54 OH; Albert, age 19 OH; Elmore, age 16 OH; Arbell [female], age 6 OH.

1880 Census West Salem, Wayne county Oh, page 159:  Henry BERRY, age 67 PA, retired farmer, parents born PA;  Maria, wife, age 65 NJ, parents born NJ; Ionia, daughter, age 17 OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 44, House 471, Family 482:  Henry BERRY, Pvt, Co F 120th OH Inf.   Post Office West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  Disability:  hernia in KY on 22 Nov 1862

1900 Census, West Salem, Congress Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 132:  Henry BERRY, age 86 PA is supposed to be on this page, but I can't see him....could be on the lower parts of A or B that are not legible.

Grave registration card:  Burial Hazard Cem, Congress Twp, Wayne County OH.  Born 1814.  Died 1905 in Wayne County.  

Daughter's Death Record:  File #6858, Iona Arabelle SKINNER died 5 Feb 1910 at 1447 E. 85th St, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Married.  Born 8 Nov 1863 in OH.  Father Henry BERRY, born PA.  Mother, Margaret HULL, born NJ.  Burial West Salem.  Informant E. R. SKINNER of 1447 85th St, N. E.  

Son's Death Record:  File# 59131, Richard M. BERRY died 8 Oct 1928 at Galion, Crawford Co OH.  Widowed.  Laborer.  Born 8 Dec 1841 at Ashland Co OH/  Father, Henry BERRY, born PA.  Mother Maria HOLL, born NJ.  Burial Fair View Cem.  Informant J. C. BERRY of 131 W. Walnut St, Galion OH.  

Bevins, Solon A.   25 Feb 1864
Private Bevins was age 32 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI on 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 16 Apr 1866.  
Father: Ira BEVANS  [gregoryryan27 at Ancestry.com]
Mother:  Julia Ann HATCH  [gregoryryan27 at Ancestry.com]
Birth: <1832>OH
Marriage:  Augusta C GRAHAM on 25 Nov 1858 in Ashland Co OH
Death:   1 Apr 1882, Veterans Home, Dayton, Montgomery Co OH
Cemetery: Dayton National Cemetery, Plot: C, 14, 9.

Solon Bevns at Dayton National CemeteryPhoto Credit:  Wade Davis at Find a Grave

Not on Pension Index.

Ira Bevans was listed in the 1840 Census in Mohican Twp, Wayne Co OH with 8 persons.  Ira is buried at Nashville Cemetery, Holmes Co OH.  He died in 1844.  Sons William and Corwin are also buried there.  

Solon's brothers/sister????1850 Census, St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota Terr, Dwelling 150, Family 150: Henry L. BEVANS, age 27 OH, tinner; Julia Ann, age 23 OH; Harriet E, age 21 OH; C. D. , age 25 OH, tinner; James K. HUMPHREY, age 25 OH, clerk district court.  

1850 Census, Hardy Twp, Holmes Co OH, Dwelling 74, Family 79:  A. RYDER [male], age 40 NY, merchant; Jane, age 39 NY; Alexander, age 14 OH; Henry L, age 8 OH; Gilbert L., age 4 OH; S. A. BEVANS [male], age 18 OH, clerk; Sarah LIGGETT, age 16 PA.  

Marriages, Ashland County, Ohio by Nellie M Raber:  Solon A BEVENS married Augusta C GRAHAM on 25 Nov 1858 in Ashland Co OH.  

1860 Census, City of Red Wing, Goodhue County, MN, page 486:  H L BEVANS, age 38 OH, merchant; Julia, age 34 OH; Mary, age 14 WI; Amelia HANSON, age 20 Norway, domestic; [second family in the dwelling] Solon A BEVANS, age 28 OH, merchant; Augusta C, age 23 OH; Frank, age 1 MN.  

Wife, Ohio Deaths:  Augusta BEVINS died Feb 1869 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  
Augusta C. Graham Bevans: Buried at Ashland Cemetery, Ashland Co OH.  Spouse of S. A. BEVANS.  1837-1869.  

1870 Census, Town of Bloomfield, Davis County, IA, page 6:  Solon A BEAVINS, age 36 OH, clerk in dry goods store.

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 111, Bijou Hills, Brule County, Dakota Territory, page 194:  S. A. BEVINS, age 47 OH, employee, widowed, occupation not legible, father born MA, mother born PA?  [Note: I think the man who had the employees was a stock raiser, but it is hard to read.]

 1880 US National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Dayton, Montogomery Co OH, Central Branch:  Solon A. BEVANS, enlisted 23 Feb 1862 at Cincinnati in 71st OH Vols.  discharged at Columbus Oh as a paroled prisoner.  Enlisted 25 Feb 1864 in Co B 120th OH Vols. Trasferred to Co B 48th OH Vols.  Discharged 13 Apr 1866 at Columbus, OH at expiration of term of service.  Disability: weakness of the spine, contracted Feb 1864.  Born OH.  Age 47.  Residence sebsequent to discharge: Brule Co Dakota.  Occupation: clerk.   Widower.  P O Address of nearest relative:  Frank G. BEVANS of Mansfield OH.  Date of admission: 9 Sep 1880.  Date of Death: April 1, 1882, caused by paralysis.  

Biggs, Richard   19 Aug 1862
Private Biggs was age 18 when he entered service.  Appointed Corporal 17 Apr 1863; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; reduced 12 Feb 1865; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 1843
Marriage:   Emma F GARST, 9 Mar 1871, Clark County, OH
Death:    30 Nov 1901 at New Carlisle, OH
Cemetery:   New Carlisle Cem, New Carlisle, Clark Co OH
Stone PhotoRecord at Find a Grave.
Photo credit: Alice Price at Find a Grave

Pension index:  Richard C BIGGS, F 120th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1880 Jan 5, Application 339683, Certificate 738926.    Widow Emma P. Biggs applied for pension in 1901 Dec 7, Application 752944, Certificate 530184, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Richard died 30 Nov 1901 at New Carlisle, OH [Clark Co].  

????1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 333, Family 344:  Richard BIGGS, age 44 PA, Methodist? Minister; Mary, age 44 PA; Sarah, age 15 OH; Rachel, age 13 OH; Margaret, age 10 OH; Richard W., age 6 OH; Peter, age 2 OH; Susan H. ROE, age 5 OH; Sarah E. ROE, age 4 OH; Tabitha A. ROE, age 2 OH; Margaret WYANT, age 6 PA; Martha, age 4 PA; William, age 2 OH.  

1860 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 382, Family 402:  Maria BARNES, age 45 PA; Almina BIGGS, age 22 PA; Joseph D., age 20 PA, farm laborer; Richard C, age 16 PA, farm laborer; George P, age 14 PA.  

1870 Census, Bethel Twp, Clark County, OH, page 10:  Richard BEGS, age 23 OH, farm laborer.  [He is living with the Issac FUNDERBURY or FUNDERBURG family.]

Clark County Probate Court:  Richard C BIGGS married Emma F GARST on 9 Mar 1871 in Clark County, OH.  [Note: Emma was living with John GARST and her sisters in Pike Twp, Clark County OH in 1870.]

1880 Census, Main St, New Carlisle, Bethel Twp, Clark County, OH, page 12:  Ritcherd BIGS, age 36 PA, laborer, parents born PA; Emma, wife, age 34 OH, parents born VA;  Willie, son, age 8 OH; Lillie, daughter, age 5 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Line 23, House 292, Family 292:  Richard C. BIGGS, Pvt, Co A[sic] 120th OH Inf.    Post Office:  New Carlisle, Clark Co OH.  

1900 Census Clark County, Bethel twp. OH:  Richard C. BIGGS, age 56 PA, born Dec 1843, a tree salesman, parents born PA;  Emma, age 55 OH, born Sept 1844, parents born VA ;William T., son, age 27 IN, born Sept 1872, a tree salesman; Werden J. age 19 OH, born Feb 1881.

Ohio Death Record:  Richard BIGGS died 30 Nov 1901, Clark Co OH,  Age 58.  Born 1843 PA.  Salesman.  Married.  

1910 Census Clark county, OH :  Emma F BIGGS, age 65 OH, widow, 3 children/3 still living, parents born VA; Kate GARST , sister, age 78 OH, single;  Louise GARST, sister, age 66 OH, single.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio: Emma F. BIGGS died 21 Sep 1913 in New Carlisle Village, Clark Co OH.  Born 1 Sep 1844.  Buried at New Carlisle Cem.  Father was John GARST, born VA.  Mother was Susanna ZEIGLER, born VA.  Informant was Wm T. BIGGS of Chicago IL.  

Black, Jacob S.   7 Oct 1862          alias Samuel J BLACK
Private Black was age 20 when he entered service.  [No comments given.]  [Samuel J. BLACK Co B 48th IL Inf, Pvt, Residence Louisville, Mustered 30 Sep 1861; Discharged 7 Apr 1862, disabled.]
Father: James BLACK [waitetreeuk at Ancestry.com - died 1835]
Mother:  Nancy BACORN [waitetreeuk at Ancestry.com]
Birth: 1830 OH
Marriage:  Agnes HOGARTH or Agnes MOORE on 24 Oct 1865 in Stark County OH
Death:   28 May 1898 at Mifflin, Ashland Co, OH   [or 27 May 1900]
Cemetery:   Mifflin Cem, Ashland Co OH
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Agnes Hogarth Black is also buried at Mifflin Cem., 1 Apr 1846, died 24 Jan 1920.  Nancy Bacera Black is also buried at Mifflin Cem., 12 Oct 1807, died 9 Nov 1885

Pension Index:  Jacob S. or Samuel J BLACK,  B 48th IL and F 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1876 June 16, Application 221058, no Certificate, filed in OH.  Widow Agnes BLACK filed 1898 Aug 6, Application 680735, no Certificate, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  No certificates recorded for invalid or widow.  Deserted 12 Nov 1862.  Jacob died 28 May 1898 at Mifflin, OH.  

1850 Census, Vermillion Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 495, Family 404:  Nancy BLACK, age 43 VA, weaver; Sarah E., age 18 OH;  Jacob S., age 16 OH, laborer.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 930, Mifflin Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 183:  Nancy BLACK, age 53 VA...living same dwelling as Henry and Mary  E [age 24] HILL.  

1860 Census, Jacob ??????????

???????????Stark County Probate Court record: Jacob BLACK married Agnes MOORE on 24 Oct 1865 in Stark County OH.  

1870 Census, Series: M 593 Roll: 1169, Mifflin Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 666:  Jacob F BLACK, age 32 OH, shoe maker; Agnes, age 20 Scotland; James C, age 2 IL; Nancy, age 72 VA.  [Nancy's age should probably have been 62]

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 991, Mifflin village, Ashland Co OH, page 98:  Jacob BLACK, age 45 OH, shoemaker, father born MD, mother born VA; Agnes, wife, age 28 Scotland, parents born Scotland; James C, son, age 12 IL; Benjamin W, son, age 9 OH, measles; Homer A, son, age 7 OH; Edward J, son, age 5 OH; Thomas R, son, age 3 OH; Nancy BLACK, mother, age 71 VA, father born KY ?, mother born VA?.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Mifflin Twp, Ashland Co OH: Line 7, House 37, Family 42:  Jacob S. BLACK, Pvt, Co B 48th IL Inf.  2 Sep 1861-3 June 1862.  Post Office: Mifflin, OH.  Disability:  Necrosis tibia bone right leg and heart disease and chronic diarrhoea 28 yrs.  

Ohio death record:  Jacob BLACK died 28 May 1898 at Mifflin, Ashland Co OH.  Age 68.  Born 1830.  

Ashland County Data files:  Black - Samuel died 1900 buried Mifflin Cem.   Jacob was living part of the time in Illinois where his son James was born. He was in both the 48th IL and also in the 120th OH.

1900 Census, Mifflin Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 83:  Agnes BLACK, age 49 Scotland, born Apr 1851, widow, 7 children/7 still living, parents born Scotland, came to US in 1853;  Margaret, daughter, age 14 OH, born May 1886 father born OH, mother born Scotland.

1910 Census, Series: T624 Roll: 1151, East Main St, Mifflin Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 122:  Agnes BLACK, age 66 Scotland, widow, 7 children/7 still living, parents born Scotland.  

1920 Census, Census taken 19 Jan 1920, Series: T625 Roll: 1398, 4th Ward Bellevue, Huron Co OH, page 22:  James C BLACK, age 51 IL, merchant, father born OH, mother born Scotland; Eva, wife, age 43 OH, parents born OH; twins Ova, daughter, age 18 OH, father born Il, mother born OH; Nona, daughter, age 18 OH, father born IL, mother born OH; Agnes BLACK, mother, age 73 Scotland, widow, came to US 1847, naturalized 1867, parents born Scotland.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 3565, Agnes BLACK of 108 Sheffield, died 24 Jan 1920 at Bellevue, Huron Co OH.  Widowed.  Husband Samuel J BLACK.  Born 1 Apr 1846 at Dundee, Scotland.  Father born Glasgow Scotland.  Mother Isabelle BELLSHAM, born Scotland.  Burial Mifflin OH.  Informant, J. C. BLACK of Bellevue OH.  

Son James' Death record in Ohio:  File # 59472, James Curtis BLACK, of 108 Sheffield, died 7? Oct 1932 at Bellevue, Huron Co OH.  Married to Eva BLACK.  Born 4 June 1868 at Bloomington IL.  Father Samuel BLACK born Mifflin OH.  Mother Agnes HOGARTH, born Dundee, Scotland.   Burial Bellevue Cem.  Informant Ova BLACK of 108 Sheffield, Bellevue OH.  

?Son Death Record in Ohio:  Harry Floyd BLACK died 7 Dec 1952 at Wadsworth, Wayne Co OH.  Born 13 Nov 1882 OH.  Age 70.  Father Samuel Jacob BLACK.  Mother Agnes HOLGARTH.  

Brindle, John*   22 Aug 1862
Private Brindle was age 19 when he entered service.  He was killed in the battle of Thompson's Hill, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi in section O, grave 249.
Father: Simon BRINDLE
Mother:  Jane McKESSON
Birth: <1843> PA
Marriage:  
Death:   [1 May 1863] Thompson's Hill, MS
Cemetery:   www.interment.net...Vicksburg National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi:  Brindle, Jno., d. 01 May 1863, Plot: O 3367, Pvt, Civil War, Co F 120th OH Vol
Stone PhotoStone Photo
Photo credit: Gary Millet at Find a Grave.  Vicksburg National Cemetery

Father Simon BRINDLE, 1808 - 1884 Ashland Cem., Ashland Co OH
Mother Jane McKesson BRINDLE  1808 - 1888 Ashland Cem.
Brother:  James Calvin BRINDLE  1848 - 6 Sep 1907 Ashland Cem.  

US Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861 - 1865:  John BRINDLE, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 1 May 1863 at rear of Vicksburg.  Cause: killed in battle.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  J. BRINDLE, running number 137, found buried one half mile from Mr. Shafers on right of road to Mr. Andrews under a thorn tree.  Private.  Co F 120th OVI.  Died 1 May 1863.  Moved to Vicksburg section O #249.  

Not on Pension Index.  

1850 Census, Montgomery, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 237, Family 253: Simon BRINDLE, age 44 PA, farmer; Jane, age 44 PA; William, age 20 PA, carpenter; [female]Menttra E., age 10 PA; John, age 6 PA; George, age 5 PA; James,age 2 OH; Mary Josephine, age 4 months OH.    

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 930, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 123:  Simon BRINDLE, age 51 PA, farmer; Jane, age 52 PA; John, age 16 PA; George, age 14 PA; James, age 12 OH; Mary, age 19 OH.  

Wooster Republican 28 May 1863: Casualties in the 120th Ohio:  John Brindle, killed.

Brown, William*   22 Aug 1862
Private William Brown was age 40 when he entered service.  He was killed in the battle of Arkansas Post, Arkansas.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Arkansas Post, Arkansas.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1822> Ireland
Marriage: 1unknown
 2Miss Elizabeth LYONS, 9 Feb 1858, Cuyahoga Co OH
Death:   11 Jan 1863, killed Arkansas Post, Arkansas Co, AR
Cemetery:   Arkansas Post, Arkansas Co, AR  [Dead moved to Little Rock, AR: not listed]  

US Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861 - 1865:  William BROWN, Private Co F 120th OH Inf, died 11 Jan 1863, killed in battle.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Card:  Widow, Elizabeth Brown, applied 11 May 1863, Application 21189, Certificate 8085.

Ohio County Marriages:  William BROWN married Elizabeth LYONS, 9 Feb 1858 in Cuyahoga Co OH.  

1860 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 205, Family 205:  William BROWN, age 40 Ireland, day laborer; Elizabeth, age 30 Nova Scotia; John, age 10 New Hampshire; Mary, age 5 OH; Edmond, age 1 OH; William, age 1 month OH.  

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

 Pension record at fold3.com:  William BROWN, 1863 OH, Co F 120th OH.  Widow Elizabeth, post office address West Salem, Wayne Co, OH.    Minor children: John S., Mary E., Edmond, William D, Elizabeth A. born 11 Jun 1862.  Minor child Elizabeth Anna died 6 Jan 1867.    Marriage of Mr. William BROWN and Miss Elizabeth LYONS on 9 Feb 1858 in Cuyahoga Co OH, another page says 10 Feb.  In Oct 1867 Elizabeth BROWN, widow of William, was a resident of Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.

In 1863 when she applied, Elizabeth was 37 yrs old;  So she was born about 1826. In November 1863 her post office address was West Salem, OH.   John S. was age 13 in the fall of 1862, so he was born in about 1849.  This means that the soldier was previously married.   'Her husband left no children by a former marriage."  Mary E. was 7 yrs old on 10 Aug 1862; so she was born about 1856.  So she was also the child of the first wife.  Edmund was age 4 on 16 Mar 1863; so he was born about 1859.  William D. was age 2 on 14 May 1862; so he was born about 1860.  Elizabeth Anne was 9 months old on 14 Mar 1863; so she was born about 1862.  

William enrolled at Ashland.  

Brown, William W.   14 Jan 1864
Private William W. Brown was age 38 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River, Louisiana; transferred to Co. D 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 30 June 1865 at Camp Chase, OH by order of War Dept.  
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1826>PA
Marriage:  Jane/Jennie McFADDEN
Death:   <between 1865 and 1870>
Cemetery:   

Pension Index:  William W BROWN, K 82nd, D 114th and F 120th OH Inf.   Widow Jennie Brown filed 1888 Oct 8, Application 382011, no certificate, filed in OH.  [She may have died or remarried.] 

1850 Census, Ashland District 1, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 36, Family 38:  William BROWN, age 26 PA, mason; Jane, age 24 OH; Ora, age one OH; 10 other men with different last names living there too.  

1860 Census, Town of Ashland, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 18, Family 18:  W. W. BROWN, age 36 PA, brick mason; Jane, age 34 OH; George W., age 7 OH; Samuel, age 3 OH; William, age 10 months; Saml L, age 10 OH; Eveline, age 5 OH.  

1870 Census, Village of Ashland, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 295, Family 293:  Jane BROWN, age 42 OH; Ora, age 21 OH; Flora, age 19 OH; George 17 OH; Ellswood, age 8 OH; Dexter, age 6 OH.

1880 Census, Mansfield, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 268, Family 313:  Aura BROWN, age 28 OH, washing, father born PA, mother born OH: Florence, sister, age 25 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Ellsworth, brother, age 18 OH, painter, father born PA, mother born OH; Dexter, brother, age 16, teamster, father born PA, mother born OH.

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Son's death -- Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Elsworth K BROWN died 10 May 1930 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH, 6207 Belvidere St, age 67, married.  Occupation: painter.  Born 12 Sep 1862 at Ashland, OH.  Burial at Highland Cem.  Father Wm. BROWN, born Ashland, OH.  Mother Jane McFADDEN, born Mansfield, OH.  Spouse: Edith A.  

Daughter's death  -- Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Aura L. SHEFFLER died 27 May 1920 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH, 6001 Lexington 22nd ward.  Age 72, widowed.  Born 14 May 1848 at Canton, OH.  Burial at Harvard Grove Cem.  Father Wm. Brown, born Ashland OH.  Mother Jane McFadden, born Millersburg, OH.  Spouse Milton SHEFFLER.  

Son's death -- Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  William W. BROWN died 20 Mar 1914 at Galion, Crawford Co OH.  Age 53.  Married.  Occupation: Erie Cond.  Born 8 Aug 1861 at Ashland, OH.  Burial at Fairview Cem.  Father Will BROWN born Ashland OH.  Mother Jane MCFADEN born Akron.  

 

Buck, Henry   21 Aug 1862
Captain Buck was age 45 when he entered service.  He resigned 15 Feb 1863.
Father: Robert N. BUCK
Mother:  Sarah McCONNELL
Birth: 8 Feb 1816, Millerstown [a borough in Perry County, then Juniata Co] PA
Marriage:  1Hannah GRANT on 26 Nov 1835, Stark Co OH
2Rebecca WEBSTER on 2 May 1850, Ashland Co OH
Death:   11 Oct 1907, Versailles, Marian Twp, Morgan Co MO
Cemetery:   Versailles Cem., Morgan Co MO
Find a Grave has a great deal of information including Henry's parents names.
Stone PhotoStone PhotoPhoto Credits:  Chris Conger

Pension Index:  Henry BUCK, F 120th OH Inf.    Invalid 1882 Oct 30, Application 463595, Certificate 821956, filed in MO.  Widow Rebecca Buck applied for pension 14 Nov 1907, Application 879651, Certificate 646706, filed in Missouri.  

1st marriage, Stark County OH probate court record:  Henry BUCK married Hannah GRANT on 26 Nov 1835.  [BUCK researchers say this was Henry's first marriage.]  They had three children: Sarah Elizabeth, Robert Nelson and Mary Ann.  

2nd marriage, Ashland County Ohio marriages:  Henry BUCK married Rebecca WEBSTER on 2 May 1850.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 152, Family 152:  Henry BUCK, age 33 PA, doctor; Rebecca, age 22 OH; Wilson, age 12 OH, Mary Ann, age 6 OH.  

1860 Census, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 231:  Henry BUCK, age 44 PA, physician; Rebecca, age 33 OH; Mary H, age 16 OH; Melissa, age 8 OH; John, age 6 OH; Charles W, age 4 OH; William H, age 2 OH.

1870 Census, Alliance Pct, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 94, Family 98:  Rebecca BUCK, age 41 OH; Melvina, age 18 OH; John W, age 16 OH, roll mill worker; Charles W, age 14 OH; Wm H, age 12 OH; Emanuel K, age 9 OH; Malinda, age 7 OH; Carrie A, age 4 OH; Viola, age one OH; Ezra J. HUFFMAN, age 25 OH, conductor R.R.; Joseph BUSGROW, age 24 OH, brakesman R.R.  

Sketch below mentioned that they moved from Salem OH to Morgan Co MO in 1875; and that Emanuel was born in Tousburg, OH, 6 Sep 1860.  [Note:  Could that have been Twinsburg in Summit County OH?]

1880 Census, Osage Twp, Morgan County, MO, page 261:  Henry BUCK, age 64 PA, farmer and physician, parents born PA; Rebecca, wife, age 52 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Melvina, daughter, age 28 OH; William, son, age 22, OH, teaching school; Emanuel, son, age 20 OH; Malinda, daughter, age 17 OH; Carry A., daughter, age 14 OH; Viola, daughter, age 11 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Moreau Twp,  Morgan Co MO:  Line 17, House 120, Family 122:  Henry BUCK, Captain, Co F 120 OVI.   Post Office: Versailes, MO.  Disabilities: heart disease, blood poison and hemorrhoids.

1900 Census, Versailles, Marian Twp, Morgan County, MO, page 85:  Henry BUCK, age 84 PA, born Feb 1816, physician, married 50 yrs, parents born PA; Rebecca, wife, age 71 OH, born Dec 1828, married 50 yrs, 8 children/7 still living, parents born PA; Mellie, daughter, age 48 OH, born Dec 1851, single, dress making at home.  

[Sketch] History of Morgan County And It's People
By: A.G. Baker
"
Dr. Henry Buck, an old physician of Versailles, died October 11, 1907."  [Note: He is buried in Versailles Cemetery.]
"Dr. Henry Buck, the father of this sketch [Sketch about son Emanuel K.], was born in Millerstown, Pa., Feb. 8, 1915.  His wife, Rebecca Buck, was born in Ashland county, Ohio, December 30, 1828.  E. K. Buck came with his fatherís family from Salem, Ohio, to Morgan county in 1875.  Emanuelís brothers and sisters are as follows:  Mellie, age56, John W., age 54; Charles W., age 51; W. H., age 49; George, age 45; Valinda E., age 44; Carrie, age 42; Viola M., age 38. The father of this sketch has been a physician all of his life.  In politics he has always been a leading, thinking Republican..."
 

BUCK, Carrie A. married KNOLL, Wesley 10/22/1896 in Morgan County MO.
They are listed in Washington Twp, Stark county OH in 1900.
BUCK, Viola M. married GILSON, Wm N. 3/7/1894 in Morgan County MO.

They are listed in St. Joseph Missouri in 1900.

Burkholder, Leonard   22 Aug 1862
Private Burkholder was age 21 when he entered service.  [No comments given.]  I don't see him in the 48th or the 114th rosters.  And there is no pension index card for him.

I have no proof yet that this is the right person. 
Father: Henry BURKHOLDER
Mother:  Annie SEABORN
Birth: <1841>
Marriage:  Mary Ellen HEIMBAUGH
Death:   1925
Cemetery:   Friends Cem, Wabash, Wabash Co IN
Find a Grave:  This Leonard Burkholder is buried at Friends Cem, Wabash, Wabash Co IN. Died 1925.  Born 1841.  Wife Mary Ellen HEIMBAUGH.  Child buried in that cemetery, Charles.  No flag or flag holder or indication of being in the 120th OVI.  

Not found in Pension Index.  

1850 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 169, Family 169:  Henry BURKHOLDER, age 45 PA, farmer; Ann M., age 45 PA; William, age 17 PA; Elizabeth,age 16 PA; Catherine, age 14 PA; Henry, age 12 PA; Ann R., age 9 PA; Leonard, age 6 PA; Elias, age 5 PA; George, age 3 PA.  

1860 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 116:  Henry BURKHOLDER, age 55 PA, farm reeper or keeper; Ann M, age 56 PA; Elizabeth, age 24 PA; Ann M, age 19 OH; Leonard, age 18 PA, farm laborer; Elias, age 17 PA, farm laborer; George, age 12 OH.  

1870 Census, Brown Twp, Paulding County, OH, page 464:  Lenard BURKHOLDER, age 29 OH, farm laborer is living with the George and Cornelia CLANIUS family.

Paulding County Probate Court record:  Leonard E. BURKHOLDER married Mary Ellen HIMEBAUGH 26 Mar 1871 in Paulding County, OH.

1880 Census, Noble Twp, Wabash County, IN, page 368:  Leonard BURKHOLDER, age 39 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Mary E, wife, age 30 OH, parents born PA; William, son, age 12 OH, farm laborer; Amanda, daughter, age 7 OH; Earnest, son, age 6 OH; Mary, daughter, age 4 OH; Charles, son, age 1 OH.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll: 410, Noble Twp, Wabash Co IN, page 125:  Leo BURKHOLDER, age 57 PA, born June 1842, married 29 yrs, teamster, parents born PA; Mary E, wife, age 51 OH, born May 1849, married 29 yrs, 8 children/8 still living, father born OH, mother born PA; Chas. M., son, age 22 OH, born Feb 1878, single, day laborer in furniture factory; Alta M, daughter, age 18 IN, born Mar 1882 single, housekeeper; Maud M, daughter, age 15 KS, born Aug 1884; Elsa E, son, age 13 KS, born Apr 1887; Elmer T, son, age 8 IN, born July 1891. [Maud M's obit in Indiana lists parents as Leonard BURKHOLDER and Mary Ellen HIEMBOUGH.]

1910 Census, Noble Twp, Wabash County, IN, page 128:  Lenard BURKHOLDER, age 68 PA, first marriage, married 38 yrs, parents born PA, general farmer; Mary E, wife, age 60 OH, first marriage married 38 yrs, 8 children/8 still living, father born OH, mother born PA.  [Note:  No notation in Column 30 for military for Leonard.]

1920 Census, King St, Wabash, Noble Twp, Wabash County, IN, page 121:  Head of household is Mary E, age 70 OH, married, no occupation, father born OH, mother born PA; Lenard E., husband, age 78 PA married, parents born PA, no occupation.  [Recently I read that if a spouse died recently, then they will be listed this way in the census.  Not sure in this case.]

Brother Elias' Death record in Ohio:  File # 23366, Elias P BURKHOLDER died 24 Apr 1926 at SS Home [Soldiers and Sailors Home], Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH.  Widowed.  Painter.   Born 16 Mar 1841 PA.  Parents Henry BURKHOLDER and Annie SEABORN, born PA.  Burial at Old Soldiers and Sailors Home.  [1870 Elias was in Toledo, Tama Co IA.] [Elias P was a Private in Co H, 132nd Ohio Inf. for 100 days including Washington DC.  The 132nd was from Paulding, Montgomery, and Logan Counties.]

Sister Catherine's Death record in Ohio:  File # 34294, Mrs. Catherine CASKEY of North Grant St, died 24 May 1928 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.  Husband George CASKEY.  Parents Henry BURKHOLDER and Anna SEABORN, born PA.  Burial Wooster Cem.  Informant Mrs. Jacob GAUL of Wooster OH.  

Clinger, Andrew*   21 Aug 1862                 KLINGER
Private Clinger was age 35 when he entered service.  He was killed or drowned 3 May 1864 in action near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana.  No burial information in the Roll of Honor.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1827> OH/PA
Marriage:  1unknown
2Rebecca REED, 11 Sep 1849, Holmes County OH
Death:   3 May 1864 in action near Snaggy Point on the Red River, LA
Cemetery:   [Note: Perhaps Andrew's body was not recovered.]
To the best of my knowledge this map shows the position of Snaggy Point, LA, on the Red River.
Snaggy Point 

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index 1:  Andrew KLINGER, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Widow Rebecca KLINGER applied 28 Dec 1864, Application 77340, Certificate 90345.  Pension Index 2:  Andrew CLINGER, F 120th OH Inf.   A pension for a minor was applied for in Ohio 17 Sep 1890.   The guardian was John D. McIntire.  Application 478063, filed in OH.  No certificate was recorded for the minor.

Holmes County Probate Court record:  Andrew KLINGER married Rebecca REED 11 Sep 1849 in Holmes County OH.  

1850 Census, Ripley Twp, Holmes County OH, Dwelling 850, Family 870:  Andrew CLINER [sic], age21 OH, laborer; Rebeca, age 38 PA; James, age 2 months OH.  They are living with June [Jane] GARRETT and [her?] six children.

1860 Census, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 232:  Andrew CLINGER, age ?32 PA, laborer; Rebecca, age 36 MD; James W, age 10 OH; Sarah J, age 8 OH; Margaret E, age 4 OH; Mary A, age 1 OH.  

1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 1169, Perry Twp, Ashland Co Oh, page 790:  Rebecca CLINGER, age 55 PA; James, age 18 OH, day laborer; Mary A, age 10 OH.

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 991, Rowsburg village, Ashland Co OH, page 198:  Rebecca KLINGER, widow, age 62 MD, parents born PA; James, son, age 30 OH, single, laborer, father born MD, mother born OH; Mary, daughter, single, age 20 OH, servant, father born MD, mother born OH; Sarah J KLINGER, daughter, single, age 25 OH,  milliner, father born MD, mother born OH.

Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  Rebecca CLINGER died 2 Nov 1882 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Age 68.  Born <1814>.

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Son's death record: Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  James CLINGER died 10 Jan 1920 at Perry, Ashland Co OH, age 70.  Single.  Laborer on farm.  Born 26 Jul 1849, Wayne Co OH.  Burial: Rowsburg Cem.  Father Andrew CLINGER, born PA.  Mother Rebecca REED, born Maryland.  Informant: Hibbert S. REED, Polk OH.  

Daughter's death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Mary A. REED died 12 Feb 1925 at Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Age 65.  Married.  Born 26 May 1859, Wayne Co OH.  Burial at Rowsburg.  Father Andy CLINGER born PA.  Mother Rebecca REED born Wayne Co OH.  Spouse, O. W. REED. Informant: Mrs. J. McGREGOR of Mansfield, OH.  

 Pension at fold3.com:

Andrew enrolled in the service at Rowsburg.  
 "Andrew Clinger was killed or drowned May 3, 1864 while on Steamer City Belle in an attack by the rebels."

Adjutant General's Office: " 'Taken Prisoner on Steamer City Belle May 3rd, 1864.'  On Reg Return for May '64 reported 'Missing in action May 3rd 1864.'  Dropped from Subsequent Returns.'

Andrew KLINGER and Rebecca REED were married 11 Sep 1849 at Holmes Co by T. J. Shrive, J.P.

James W. was born 26 July 1850.
Sarah J. was born 12 Dec 1852.
Mary A. was born 26 May 1859.  

Jane GARRETT and Margaret BAKER, residents of Holmes Co OH, "were present when James W. Klinger and Sarah J Klinger children of Rebecca Klinger and Andrew Klinger were born."  They said that James was born 26 June rather than July.  

Mrs. Margaret JOB resident of Wayne Co OH "was the only woman present or immediately after at the birth of Mary A Klinger daughter of Rebecca Klinger and Andrew Klinger."

Papers say that Andrew had been previously married but had no children surviving him with that wife under the age of 16.  

Widow Rebecca KLINGER died  1882.

Coffin, Arthur W.   30 Sept 1862             Arthur Wellington COFFIN        Arthur Waters COFFIN
Musician Coffin was age 16 when he entered service.  He was discharged 11 Dec 1863 at Columbus, Ohio on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.  Rejoined Co I, 23rd OH Inf, enlisted 8 Mar 1865, mustered out 20 July 1865.  Duty at Cumberland MD.  
Father: Frederick W. COFFIN
Mother:  Mary WATERS
Birth: 1847  OH
Marriage:  Josephine HAZELTON, of Henry County, 26 Dec 1873
Death:   31 Dec 1927, Henry County IN
Cemetery:   South Mound Cemetery, New Castle, Henry Co, IN, Sec 2, #67 - 4E
Stone Photo Photo credit: Susan Clemons at Find a Grave.

 Pension Index:  Arthur W COFFIN, F 120th and I 23rd OH.  Invalid pension in IN in 1888 June 18, Applictaion 660863, Certificate 1035213, filed in IN Widow, Josephine COFFIN in 1928 Jan 13, Application 1601710, Certifictae A-3-7-'28[seems to be a date and not an actual certificate number], filed in Indiana.  Another pension record source lists the date as 1928 and lists Arthur W's rank as "musician".  Pension Card:  Arthur died 31 Dec 1927, New Castle, IN.  

Ashland County Genealogical Society:  Frederick W. COFFIN and Mary WATERS came to Ashland County in 1845.  They had 12 children including Arthur W. COFFIN.  

1850 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 39, Family 41:  F. W. COFFIN, age 41 NY, cabinet maker; Mary, age 36 VT; Sophia, age 17 VT; Martha, age 15 NY; Frances [female], age 13 NY; Thadeus, age 9 NY; Emma, age 6 NY; Eugene, age 3 OH; John STONE, age 20 OH, cabinet maker; Arthur COFFIN, age 3 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll: 930, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 196:  Frederick W COFFIN, age 51 NY, cabinet maker; Mary W, age 47 VT; Emma L, age 16 NY; Arthur, age 12 OH; Eugene, age 12 OH [twins]; Harry T, age 7 OH; Edward W, age 4 OH.  

1870 Census, Newcastle, Henry Twp, Henry Co, IN, Dwelling 106, Family 109:  Thaddeus COFFIN, age 29 NY, carpenter ; Caroline, age 27 OH; Grace L., age 2 OH : Bess, age 3 months OH; Arthur W. COFFIN, age 23 OH, carpenter.  

Married Josephine HAZELTON, of Henry County, 26 Dec 1873  in Indiana

1880 Census, New Castle, Henry Co IN, page 175:  Joel HAZELTON, age 53 OH, Sherriff of Henry Co, father born PA, mother born MD; Perry, son, age 30 IN, Deputy Sheriff, father born OH, mother born VA; Arthur W COFFIN, son in law, age 30 OH, Deputy Sheriff, father born NY, mother born VT; Josephine COFFIN, daughter, age 25 IN, father born OH, mother born VT; Perry COFFIN, grandson, age 2 IN, father born OH, mother born IN; John CONWAY, prisoner, age 25 IN, farm laborer, parents born KY; George W CHEEVES, black, prisoner, age 21 IN, farm laborer, parents birthplace not filled in; Loui SHIVELEY, age 20 IN, [male] domestic servant, parents born IN.  

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Series: T623 Roll: 409, Chestnut St, 7th Ward Terre Haute, Vigo Co, IN, page 290:  Arthur COFFIN, age 51 OH, born Aug 1848, married 27 yrs, RR? carpenter, father born NY, mother born VT;  Josephine, wife, age 47 IN, born Aug 1852, 1 child/1still living, married 27 yrs, father born OH, mother born VA; Perry, son, age 22 IN, born ?Jan 1878, can't read occupation.

1910 Census, Series: T624 Roll: 385, Sycamore St, 5th Ward, Terre Haute, Vigo Co, IN, page 112:  Arther W COFFIN, age 62 OH, first marriage, married 37 yrs, house carpenter, father born NY, mother born VT, Column 30 marked for military service USA; Josephen H, wife, age 58 IN, first marriage, married 37 yrs, 1 child/0 still living, father born OH, mother born VA.

1920 Census, Series: T625 Roll: 437, Fourteenth St, 5th Ward, New Castle, Henry Twp, Henry Co IN, page 183:  Arthur COFFEN, age 73 OH, parents born CT, retired; Josephine, wife, age 66 IN, father born OH, mother born VA.  

Arthur Wellington COFFIN died 31 Dec 1927 at age 80 in Henry County IN.  Listed in the City-Blue record book, Bk 3, page 98.  

Cotter, John    15 Feb 1864                John Wesley COTTER
Private Cotter was age 23 when he entered service.  He mustered out 27 May 1865 at Memphis, Tennessee.
Father: James COTTER
Mother:  Eliza SEATON
Birth: 26 Feb 1840, Richland Co OH
Marriage:  1Sarah Jane WILLIAMS, 26 Oct 1865, Richland Co OH
2Libbie BEIDER/BRIDER
Death:   30 Jan 1926 at Bryan, Williams Co OH
Cemetery:   Shiffler Cem., Bryan, Williams Co OH
Stone PhotoStone PhotoPhoto Credits:  Sandi Litzenberg at Find a Grave
John 1840 - 1926
Libbie 1850 - 1937 
CC 1885 - 1963

Pension Index:  John COTTER, E 114th, F 82nd, and F 120th OH Inf.   Widow Libbie Cotter applied for pension 4 Feb 1926, Application 1241689, Certificate 970974, filed in Ohio.  John had applied for an invalid pension previously on 9 Apr 1888, Application 649591, Certificate 760793, filed  in Michigan.  Pension Card:  Co F 82nd OH Inf.  E 114th OH Inf, F 120th OH Inf.  Pension Card:  John died 3 Jan 1926 [does not agree with death record] at Bryan, OH.  

1850 Census have not found.

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 1029, Mifflin Twp, Richland Co OH, page 315:  James CARTER [sic], age 38 OH, farmer; Eliza, age 39 OH; John, age 19 OH, farmer; Maria, age 17 OH, domestic; Isabella, age 15 OH; Morrison, age 13 OH; James S, age 11 OH; Anderson B, age 7 OH; Leth A, age 1 OH.  [Challey D born in November.]

Richland County Probate Court record:  John COTTER married Sarah Jane WILLIAMS 26 Oct 1865 in Richland Co OH.  [Ellen Belle Cotter Sevrence's death record confirms that her parents were John COTTER and Jane WILLIAMS.  

1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 1261, Weller Twp, Richland Co OH, page 388:  John COTTER, age 29 OH, farm laborer; Jane, age 23 OH; Charley, age 3 OH; Infant male, age 3 months, born in March 1870.  [Next door: James COTTER, age 49 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 49 OH; Charley, age 8 OH; Morison COTTER,  age 22 OH, farm laborer.]

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 1017, Gorham Twp, Fulton Co OH, page 13:  John COTTER, age 40 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Jane, wife, age 33 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Charles D, son, age 13 OH, farm laborer; Lewis M, son, age 8 OH; Ella B, daughter, age 5 OH; Truman SEAFIELD, boarder, age 57 NY, retired farmer, parents born NY.  

Married Libbie/Elizabeth BEIDER/BRIDER<1883>

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Medina, Lenawee Co MI:  Lines 3 and 4, House 403, Family 404:  John COTTER, Pvt Co F 82nd OH Inf, Pvt Co F 120 OH Inf.   Post Office Morenci, Lenawee Co MI.  Disability: typhoid fever and swelling on neck and sciatica.  Discharge lost.  

1900 Census, Series: T623 Roll: 1332, 3rd Ward Bryan, Williams Co OH, page 183:  [Note: Whoever answered the census taker's questions seems to have combined the two marriages of John.]Jno W. COTTER, age 61 OH, born Feb 1839, married 40 yrs, teamster, parents born OH; Elizabeth, wife, age 49 OH, married 40 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, parents born Germany; Cleland H, son, age 15 OH, born June 1884, parents born OH; Ruby R, daughter, age 11 OH, born Dec 1888, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Series: T624 Roll: 1241, Bryan, Pulaski Twp, Williams Co OH, page 176:  John COTTER, age 70 OH, second marriage, married 27 yrs, laborer, parents brn OH, column 30 marked UA for military service; Elizabeth, wife, age 60 Europe/German speaking, first marriage, married 27 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, parents born Europe/German speaking.  [Ella B, age 33,  and husband Melvin SOVERINCE are living next door along with children and Lewis COTTER age 36 OH.]

1916 Directory of  Williams Co OH, section for Bryan, page 22:  J. W. COTTER (Elizabeth) laborer.  227 N. Beech St.  

1920 Census, Series: T625 Roll: 1450, Bryan, Pulaski Twp, Williams Co OH, page 154:  John COTTER, age 79 OH, no occupation, parents born OH; Elizabeth, wife, age 59 OH, parents born Switzerland/spoke German.  [Note: William and Ruby BURNS are on the next page in the census.]

Death record in Ohio: File # 6515,  John Wesley COTTER died 30 Jan 1926 at Bryan, Williams Co OH.  Married/wife Libbie COTTER.  Laborer.  Born 26 Feb 1840 in Richland Co OH.  Father James COTTER.  Burial Shiffler Cem.  Informant Mrs. Libbie COTTER of Bryan OH.  

Wife Libbie's Death record in Ohio::  File # 22270, Libbie COTTER, died 1 Mar 1937 at Bryan, Williams Co OH.  Widowed.  Husband John W. COTTER.  Born 24 June 1850 in Switzerland.  Her parents were Henry BRIDER and Barbara KELLER, born Switzerland.  Burial Shiff[l]er Cem.  Informant Mrs. Ruby ?BURNS, of Bryan OH.  

Brother James' Death record in Ohio:  James C COTTER of 190 West Fifth St, died 19 Nov 1942 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Widowed.  Wife Elizabeth BRINDLE.  Retired Farmer.  Born 6 June 1849 Ashland Co OH.  Parents James COTTER and Eliza SEATON, born  Ashland Co OH.  Burial Ontario OH.  

Brother, Chally's Death record in Ohio:  File #52261, Chally D COTTER died 21 Sep 1914 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Residence 42 Sherman? St.  Married.  Born 16 Nov 1860 in OH.   Transferman. Father James COTTER and Eliza SEATON born PA.  Burial Mansfield.  Informant ??W Lee COTTER of Mansfield OH.

Son's marriage record Ohio: Cleve COTTER married Edna LUCE on 2 Oct 1907, Williams Co OH  His age 23.  Her age 22.  His father John COTTER.  His mother Libbie BEIDER.  Her parents: George LUCE and Rosa GEORGE.  

Daughter Ruby married William BURNS on 16 Nov 1907 at Williams Co OH.  

Coup, Jonas S. was incorrectly listed here.  He was in Company E.

Crull, Israel*   23 Aug 1862             CRALL
Private Crull was age 39 when he entered service.  He died 11 April 1863 on a hospital boat.  No burial information in the Roll of Honor.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1820-23> PA
Marriage:  Rebecca YARRICK/GARRICK, 28 Jan 1849, Ashland Co OH.
Death:   11 April 1863, on hospital boat "Nashville"
Cemetery:   No information.

Pension Index:  Israel CRULL, F 120th OH Inf.   Widow Rebecca CRULL filed 1863 Aug 13, Application 29990, Certificate 10019, no state was given.  Minor, J D JONES guardian, filed 1869 Feb 11, Application 171576, Certificate 126412.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Ezra [incorrect] CRULL, Private, Co B [incorrect] 120th OH Inf, died 11 Apr 1863 on the floating hospital "Nashville".  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Ohio County Marriages:  Israel CRULL married Rebecca YARRICK/GARRICK, 28 Jan 1849, Ashland County OH.  Her father was Edward.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 214, Family 214:  Israel CRULL, age 29 PA, mason; Rebecca, age 18 OH.  

The age is off on this one 1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 930, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 213:  Israel CRALL, age 30 PA, stone mason; Rebecca, age 27 OH; Harriet A, age 11 OH; Elizabeth A, age 7 OH; Susan, age 3 OH; Jane E, age 5 months OH.  

?????????????Ohio County Marriages:  Rebecca CRULL married James A. BONHOTAL, 17 Aug 1868, Ashland County OH.  

Crumrine, David*   28 Aug 1862
Corporal Crumrine was age 40 when he entered service.  He died 9 Apr 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1822>
Marriage:  Sarah HENRY on 23 Feb 1860 in Wayne Co OH
Death:   9 Apr 1863 at Milliken's Bend, LA, on the hospital steamer "D A January."
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: David CREWRINE [incorrect, Corporal, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 9 Apr 1863 on the hospital steamer "D A January."  Cause: mania.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

 Pension Index:  David CRUMRINE, F 120th OH Inf.   Widow Sarah Crumvine[sic] applied for pension in 1863 July 7, Application 26861, Certificate 49673, but no state was given.  Also listed in Civil War Widows as Sarah Henny CRUMRINE widow of David, Co F 120th OH.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  David CRUMRINE married Sarah HENRY on 23 Feb 1860 in Wayne Co OH.  

[Note: Wayne County Probate Court record: Sarah CRUMRINE married J.P. MORR on 10 Mar 1867 in Wayne Co OH.]    

Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997: There was a Sarah MORR, born 1823, who died 3 May 1894 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  

Philip MORR died 1890 in Wayne Co.....was he her second husband?

 Pension record at fold3.com:
"Late Surgeon testifies that soldier, David Crumrine, contracted chronic diarrhea in Dec. 1862 while in the line of duty and continued sick until he died April 9, 1863, in Hospl at Millikens bend La. of said disease."

Married Sarah 23 Feb 1860 at Wayne Co OH, by G. HARN? .

No children.  

October 1863, Sarah Crumrine's address was LaFayette, Ashland Co OH.

Delancy, Henry   3 Sept 1862
Private Delancy was age 34 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI on 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1828>PA
Marriage:  Minerva COBURN
Death:   <1891>IN or IL
Cemetery:   ??????????[Old] Angola Cem, Steuben Co IN
Not at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Henry DeLANCY, F 120th, E 48th and E 114th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1890 Nov 28, Application 882230, Certificate 692797.   Widow Minerva DeLancy filed 1891 Mar 4, Application 507957, Certificate 318048, filed in Indiana.  

?????????1850 Census, Madison, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 722, Family 725:  Abraham LANCE, age 60 PA, farmer; Magdalina, age 55 PA: Francis [male], age 23 PA; twin Hetty, age 21 PA; twin Henry, age 21 PA; Magdalina, age 24 PA; Mary, age 17 PA.  

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Licence for marriage issued to Henry DeLancy to Minerva COBURN, 19 Nov 1859.  But the certificate half was not filled out.  

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 991, Fairfield Twp, Huron Co OH, page 338:  Henry DELANCY, age 32 PA, shoemaker; Minerva, age ?30 PA.  

1870 census, Series: M593 Roll: 1261, Shiloh, Richland Co OH, page 42:  Henry DELANCY, age 39 PA, shoemaker; Minerva, age 32 PA; Charles, age 18 OH, Ednie [female], age 8 OH.   

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 312, Angola, Steuben Co IN, page 328:  Henry DeLANCEY, age 51 PA, boot maker, parents born PA; Minerva, wife, age 42 PA, parents born NY; Charles, son, age 26 OH, parents born PA, boot maker; Edna, daughter, age 18 OH, dress maker, parents born PA.  

1900 Minerva may have been living with her daughter Edna SMOUSE in Chicago.  12th Ward Chicago, Cook Co IL, Series: T623 Roll: 258, page 329

Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947:  Edna A. SMOUSE died 18 Jan 1931 at Chicago, Cook Co IL.  Age 68.  Born 23 Mar 1862 at Shilo, OH.  Father Henry DELANCY.  Mother Minerva COBURN, born NY.    Residence Chicago.  Spouse John B. SMOUSE.  Burial, [Old] Angola Cem, Steuben Co IN.  

Dorlan, John M.   30 Mar 1864      John M. DORLAND
Private John Dorlan was age 17 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1847>
Marriage:  
Death:   22 Sep 1918 at Loudonville, Ashland/Holmes Co OH
Cemetery:   

Pension Index:  John M. DORLAND, F 120th, B 48th, and E 114th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1879 Aug 30, Application 306482, Certificate 203617, but no state was given.  Pension Card:  John died 22 Sep 1918 at Loudonville, OH.  

1860 Census, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 232:  Garret DORLAND, age 56 PA, farmer; Cecelia, age 49 PA; George, age 24 OH; Clementine CORRELL, age 21 PA; John M DORLAND, age 11 PA.  [Note: Elizabeth S DORLAND wife of Garritt died 1859 age 57...is buried at Rowsburg Cemetery, Ashland Co OH.  Garret and Cecelia are buried at Burbank Cem Wayne Co OH.]

 

Dorland, Charles H.*   25 Aug 1862
Sergeant Charles Dorland was age 20 when he entered service.  He died 29 Jan.1863 at St. Louis, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at St. Louis, Missouri in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery.
Father: David DORLAND
Mother:  Mary A. HEBRON
Birth: 21 Jun 1842
Marriage:  
Death: 29 Jan.1863 at St. Louis, MO 
Cemetery:  Jefferson Barracks or Rowsburg Cem, CR 1302, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH.  There is a stone at Rowsburg.
Stone Photo Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  D. H. DORLAND, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 29 Jan at New House of Refuge General Hospital St. Louis, MO.  Cause: acute dysentery.    

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index: Charles H. DORLAND, Co F 120 OH Inf.   Charles' mother, Mary A. Dorland, applied for a pension 31 Mar 1890, Application 418298, no Certificate,  filed in OH.

1860 Census, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 231:  David DORLAND, age 43 OH, merchant; Mary, age 42 PA; Charles H, age 18 OH, clerk; Si???la [Rosella], [female], age 15 OH; Wnzebeth? [Mary E], age 13 OH; Frances [female], age 11 OH; Henry, age 9 OH; William, age 3 OH.  [Note:  Holmes County Probate Court record: David DORLAND married Mary HEBRON on 22 Sep 1836 in Holmes Co OH.]  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Charles H DORLAND, born 21 Jun 1842.  Stone and GAR flag holder at Rowsburg Cem, CR 1302, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH.  

Dow, William*   22 Aug 1862
Private Dow was age 18 when he entered service.  He died 28 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: ?Jeremiah K DOW
Mother:  ?Mary REED [Ancestry.com]
Birth: <1844>  OH
Marriage:  
Death:   28 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:   Vicksburg, MS  [Not listed.]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: Wm DOW, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 28 Jan 1863 on a floating hospital before Vicksburg.  Cause: typhoid fever.

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.  

Not positive that this is the right William Dow.  

1850 Census, Washington Twp, Holmes Co OH, Dwelling 550, Family 561:  Jemah K. DOW, age 50 CT, farmer, Mary , age 49 PA; Mary, age 15 or 18 OH; Lorenza [male], age 8 OH; Martha J, age 10 OH; Willim, age 4 OH; Mary FOLTZ, age 50 or 30 OH.  [Wayne County Probate Court record:  Jeremiah K DOW married Mary REED on 15 Aug 1839 in Wayne Co OH.  His first wife was Laura HAZEN.]

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 989, Washington Twp, Holmes Co OH, page 416:  J K DOW, age 66 CT, farmer; Mary, age 60 PA, insane; Philetus, age 32 CT, farm hand; May A, age 25 OH; Martha J, age 19 OH; William, age 14 OH; James RAY, age 1 OH.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio: File # 68732, Phletus DOW died 4 Nov 1917 at Perrysville, Ashland Co OH.  Married.  Retired farmer.  Born 3 Oct 1828 at Connecticut.  Parents Jermane DOW and Laura HAZEN, born CT.  Burial Green Lawn.  Informant Chas DOW of Perrysville, OH.  [Fletus was also a Civil War veteran, Pvt 15th Independant Battery OVLI. ]

Brother's Death record in OH:  Lorenzo DOW died 4 Jun 1911 at Washington Twp, Holmes Co OH.  Born 20 Mar 1843 at Washington Twp, Holmes Co OH.  Widowed.  Farmer.  Burial Plum Run Cem.  Father Jeremiah DOW born CT.  Mother listed as unknown.  [Note:  Indiana Vol. Inf. and is actually buried at Loudonville Cem, Ashland Co OH.]

Elser, Frederick   15 Aug 1862
Private Elser was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI 24 July 1865 [Elsor].  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Peter ELSER
Mother:  Anna Maria LAUTERWASSER [ rebeccastephensconway at Ancestry.com]
Birth: 20 Sep 1844 Bucks Co PA
Marriage:  Josephine ANTONIA/ANTOINE, 4 Jun 1877, St Francois Co, MO
Death: 28 July 1924 
Cemetery:    Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Farmington, St. Francois Co, MO [Son of Peter and Mary ELSER]
Cemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Roger Montgomery at Find a Grave

 Pension Index: Frederick ELSER,  E 48th, E 114th, F 120th OH:  Invalid applied 25 Aug 1890, Application 900049, Certificate 983445, filed in MO .  Widow Josephine Elser applied for a pension 25 Aug 1924, Application 1222944, Certificate 956719 in Missouri.     Frederick died 28 July 1924 at Farmington, MO.  

1850 Census, have not found

Came to Wayne County OH about 1854.  

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll:1051, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 245:  Peter ELSER, age 48 Germany, Mary, age 39 Germany; Frederick, age 14 OH; Abram, age 12 OH; Mary E, age 10 OH; John, age 8 OH; Sarah, age 6 OH; Jacob, age 1 OH.  

Fall 1865 moved to Missouri.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 807, Iron Twp, St. Francois Co MO, page 612:  Peter ELSNER, age 62 Hesse Darmstadt, farmer; Mary, age 53 Wurtemburg Germany; Fredrick, age 24 PA, farm laborer; Abraham, age 22 Pa, farm laborer; Mary, age 20 PA; Sarah, age 18 PA; John, age 16 PA; Jacob, age 14 PA; Margret, age 12 PA; Sophia, age 10 PA.  

Marriage license record, 1836 - 1918, St. Francois County MO, recorder of deeds: Fredrick ELSER married Josephine ANTONIA, 4 Jun 1877, St Francois Co, MO.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 715, Pendleton Twp, St Francois Co, MO, page 514:  Fredk ELSER, age 35 PA, farmer, parents born Germany; Josephine, wife, age 22 OH, parents born France; Edward, son, age 1 MO; Maria, mother, age 59 Germany, parents born Germany; Magdalena, sister, age 15 OH.  [Next door is Abraham ELSER age 30 PA and his family.]

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Pendleton, Saint Francois Co MO:  Line 40, House 271, Family 276:  Frederick ELSER, Pvt, Co F 120 OH Inf.   Post Office: might have been Doe Run, MO, but not filled in.  

1900 Census, Series: T623 Roll: 887, Pendleton Twp, St. Francois Co MO, page 72:  Frederick ELSER, age 55 PA, farmer, born Sep 1844, married 22 yrs, parents born Germany; Josephine, wife, age 43 KY, born Apr 1857, married 22 yrs, 8 children/7 still living, parents born France; Frederick L, son, age 18 MO, single, born Feb 1882, farm laborer; Josephine E, daughter, age 16 MO, born Dec 1883; William H, son, age 11 MO, born Sept 1888; Clara, daughter, age 6 MO, born Feb 1894; Lee F, son, age 4 MO, born May 1896.  [Next door is John H ELSER age 43 born July 1856 with his family.]

1910 Census, Series: T624 Roll: 809, Pendleton Twp, St. Francois Co MO, page 42:  Fred ELSER, age 65 PA, first marriage, married 33 yrs, farmer general farming, parents born PA, column 30 marked ua for military service; Josephine, wife, age 53 MO, first marriage, married 33 yrs, 9 children/8 still living, parents born MO; Lee, son, age 15 MO; Sopha, daughter, age 27 MO; Clasia?, daughter, age 16 MO.  [Next door on each side are John ELSER age 54 OH and Edward ELSER age 30 MO, with their families.]

1920 Census, Harrison St, 4th Ward, Farmington, St. Francois Twp, St Francois Co, MO, page 281:  Fred ELSER, age 75 PA, farmer retired, parents born Germany; Josephine, wife, age 63 OH, parents born France.  

Obituary reveals these facts:  Died 28 July 1924. Burial at K. of P. Cemetery.  Son of Peter and Anna Maria Elser.  Born Bucks Co PA 20 Sep 1844.  "Moved with his parents to Wayne County, Ohio, when about 8 yrs old."  "In the fall of 1865 he moved with his parents to Stono, St. Francois County, Missouri..."  Married Josephine ANTOINE.  Eight children.  Seven living when he died: Ed. of Stono; Fred, of Dodge City KS; Sophia, Mrs. Walter Brensing, of Mullinsville KS; Elizabeth, Mrs. Van T. Stillwell, of St. Louis; Will of Flat River; Clara, Mrs. Jake Newhy, of Cimarron Ks, and Lee of Farmington.  Cora died in infancy.  Fred was oldest of 9 children....4 still living when he died:  John and Jake of Stono; Mary, Mrs. Pat Maber or Maher, of St Louis; Maggie, Mrs. Henry Sietz, of Middlebrook.  12 grandchildren.  "In 1862 he answered his country's call by enlisting in the Union army where he served three years, seeing much active service.  After receiving an honorable discharge at Houston, Texas, he returned to his home in Ohio."[Thanks to Farmington Public Library for posting obituaries!]

Son Lee F. ELSER died 1 Aug 1964 in St. Louis.  Born 23 May 1896 near Doe Run, MO.  Married Mahala BURCH, 7 Sep 1921.  His son, Warren Lee ELSER died fighting with the Second Marines on Saipan, WWII.  Surviving were three brothers and two sisters:  Ed, Bill, Fred, Mrs. Sophia BRENSING, Mrs.  Elizabeth STILLWELL.  

Son Edward ELSER died 2 Mar 1879 in MO.  Married Mary NIESEN 8 Dec 1904.  

Son William H. ELSER died 16 Feb 1976.  Born 29 Sep 1889 at Doe Run.  Married Sophronia LAIN.  

Missouri Death Certificates:  Josephine ELSER died April, 1951 in St. Francois County, Cert # 13695

Emery, Franklin    25 Aug 1862
Private Emery was age 25 when he entered service.  He was appointed Sergeant from Corporal on 17 Apr 1863; reduced 1 July 1863; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: Jacob EMERY
Mother:  Christina LASH
Birth: 4 Sep 1835 at Perry Twp
Marriage:   Lydia ORTZ/ARTZ, 25/27 Jan 1859, Ashland Co OH
Death:   1 May 1912 at Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:   Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH

Stone Photo Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave 
Rowsburg Cemetery, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH

 Pension Index:  Franklin EMERY, F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed, 1904 Apr 25, Application 1313507, Certificate: 1081287, filed in OH.  Widow, Lydia EMERY filed in 1912 May 20, Application 986909, Certificate 744099, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  Pvt, Corp, Sgt.  Co F 120th OH Inf.  Franklin died 1 May 1912 at Rows OH.  

1850 Census, there is a Franklin EMERY living in Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 84, Family 84.  He is living with another family whose head of household may be KAUFMAN, but it is very hard to read.  EMERY is age 15 OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Franklin EMERY married Lydia ARTZ on 25 Jan 1859, Ashland Co OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 114:  Franklin EMERY, age 26 OH, carpenter; Lydia, age 22 PA.

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1280, Clinton Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 120:  Frank EMERY, age 33 OH, farmer; Lydia, age 30 PA; Wm, age 3 OH; John SEEFERT, age 60 France, farmer; Catherine, age 54 France.  [William was born in 1860 so this age can't be correct for him.]

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 757, Sheridan Precinct, Washington Co, NE, page 235:  Frank EMRY, age 44 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Lydia, wife, age 41 PA, parents born PA; William, age ??20, works on farm.  

1890 Veterans Schedule: Blair, Washington Co NE:  Line 35, House 205, Family 206:  Franklin EMERY, Pvt, Co F 120 OH Inf.    Post Office: Blair NE.  No comments.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 941, Colfax St, 3rd Ward, Blair, Washington Co NE, page 215:  F. M. EMERY, age 65 OH, carpenter, born Sep 1835, married 40 yrs, parents born PA; Lydia, wife, age 62 PA, born May 1838, married 40 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, parents born PA; William Q, son, age 39 OH born June 1860, married 4 yrs, RR employee...brakeman.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1151, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 248:  Franklin M EMERY, age 74 OH, first marriage, married 51 yrs, carpenter, parents born PA, Column 30 marked ua for military service; Lydia, wife, age 71 PA, first marriage, married 51 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, parents born PA.  

Widow Lydia Emery applied for a pension in 1912 in OH.

Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia
[Wayne County version] page 487 in the Clinton Township section:
This article is about Franklin's brother George who was in Company C of the 16th OVI. It says this about brother Franklin: "His brother Franklin Mann Emery, was a member of Company F, 120th Ohio Volunteers, and was captured on the Red River expedition and held a year at Camp Ford, Texas.  These soldiers were sons of Jacob and Christina (Lesh) Emery..."

Contributed by James Tracey.  RIP James Tracy.

Siblings: Biographical Sketch from History of Wayne County, OH, about Frank's brother George
His grandfather, Jacob Emery, was a resident of that county, and there reared a family of five children, four daughters and one son.   The parents [Jacob and Christiana (Lesh) Emery] of George Emery were also residents of Ashland County, where they were engaged in farming.  Their family consisted of Franklin M. (who married Lydia Ortz, now residents of Nebraska), Mary (deceased), John (deceased), George, Zachariah (who married Margaret Wikle, now residents of Ashland County, Ohio), and Violet (now Mrs. A. J. Houser, of Wayne County, Ohio). 

Obit --- Ashland, OH newspaper Wed 8 May 1912
Frank M. Emery, born Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH 4 Sep 1835, died at Rowsburg 1 May, 76y 7m 27d, oldest of 6 children of Jacob and Christiana.  Civil War Co F 120th OVI, married Lydia Artz 27 Jan 1859, son William O. of Omaha, Nebraska, 1871 to Blair NE lived there 35 years, to OH 1906, 1 brother survives Z. Emery, 1 half-sister Ella Emery both of Rowsburg, buried in Rowsburg Cemetery, (see previous article)
 Emery, Franklin, died at home near Rowsburg Wednesday, 76y7m27d, wife and child survive, uncle of Dr. W. F. of Ashland, buried Rowsburg Cemetery.

 Ashland County CW Vets :  Frank M EMERY, buried Rowsburg Cemetery

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 1837.  Rowsburg Cem, CR 1302, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH.  

Death record in Ohio:  File # ?25368, Franklin M EMERY died 1 May 1912 at Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Married.  Carpenter.  Born 4 Sep 1835 at Perry Twp.  Father Jacob EMERY born PA.  Mother Christina LASH born Ashland Co Oh.  Burial Rowsberg OH.  Informant Z EMERY of Polk, RD No 1.  

Finley, Matthias   22 Aug 1862
Private Finley's age was not given.  He never mustered.

Fisher, Jacob   19 Mar 1864
Private Fisher was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B 48th OVI on 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  [Note: Captured where?  Paroled 17 Jun 1864 at Red River Landing, LA]
Daily True Delta (New Orleans, LA), Tuesday 9 Aug 1864, Vol XXIX, Issue 221, pg 2.
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: Jacob FISHER
Mother:  Sarah STONER
Birth: 27 Dec 1845?, OH
Marriage:  Maggie M. FINICLE, Richland Co OH, 26 Oct 1871
Death:   17 Apr 1915 at 451 Spring Mill, Mansfield, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:   Mansfield Cemetery, died 16 Apr 1915, age 55, Section 54, Lot 119.  

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. Jacob S. Fisher, Co F, 120th OH Vol.

Pension Index:  Jacob FISHER, B 48th, E 114th and F 120th OH Inf.     Invalid filed 1885 March 14, Application 534852, Certificate 401206.     Widow Mary M. Fisher filed 1915 Apr 23, Application 1046003, Certificate 793921, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  17 Apr 1915 at Mansfield, OH.  

??????1850 Census, Union Twp, Brown Co OH.  Jacob and Sarah have a son Jacob, age 4 but born in KY.  

?Grandparents in 1850 Census, Blooming Grove, Richland Co OH:  Jacob STONER, age 55 PA, miller; Catharine, age 61 PA; Jacob, age 14 OH.  

1860 Census, Franklin Twp, Richland County, page 372:  Jacob STONER?, age 64 PA farmer; Magdaline, age 62 PA, domestic; Jacob FISHER, age 14 OH, no occupation listed. [These may be his grandparents that he is living with.]

1870 have not found

Wife:  1870 Census, Franklin, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 89, Family 88:  Margaret FINICAL, age 45 PA; Mary, age 21 PA.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Jacob C. FISHER married Maggie M. FINICLE, Richland Co OH, 26 Oct 1871.

1880 Census, Franklin Twp, Richland County OH, page 40:  Jacob C FISHER, age 34 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Mary M, wife, age 32 PA, parents born PA;  Margaret FINICLE, mother in law, age 59 PA, parents born PA.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Mansfield, Richland Co OH:  Line 9, House 152, Family 177:  Jacob C. FISHER, Pvt, Co B [sic] 120 OH Inf.   Post Office:  Mansfield OH.  No comments.  

1900 Census, Spring Mill St, Mansfield, Madison Twp, Richland County, OH, page 167:  Jacob FISHER, age 54 OH, born Dec 1845, married 18 yrs, laborer; Maggie, wife, age 51 PA, born May 1848, married 18 yrs, 0 children, parents born PA.

1910 Spring Mill St, 2nd Ward Mansfield, Richland County, OH, page 137 :  Jacob C FISHER, age 63 OH, first marriage, married 38 yrs, no occupation, parents born OH; Mary M, wife, age 61 PA, first marriage, married 38 yrs, 0 children, parents born PA. [Note:  Column 30 is NOT marked for military service for Jacob.]

Ohio Online Death Certificate Index:  Jacob C FISHER died 17 Apr 1915 in Richland County, OH.  

Death record in Ohio: File # 24668, Jacob C FISHER died 17 Apr 1915 at 451 Spring Mill, Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Married.  Carpenter.  Born 27 Dec 1845? at OH.  Age 69 yrs, 3 m, 20 dys.  Parents Jacob FISHER and Sarah STONER, born OH.  Burial Mansfield OH.  Informant Mrs. J. C. FISHER, of Mansfield OH.  [Note: contributory to death, "Exposure in Civil War".]

 Wife's Death Record in OH:  Margaret A. FISHER died 29 Aug 1921 in Mansfield.  Residence: 451 Springmill St.  Wife of Jacob FISHER.   Born 30 May 1849 at Lancaster Co PA.  Father: Henry FENICLE, born PA.  Mother: Margaret SHADE born PA.  Burial Mansfield Cem.  Informant W. S. ROUSH, of 407 Bowman St.  

Foreman, Samuel*  28 Aug 1862              Samuel FUHRMAN
Private Foreman was age 21 when he entered service.  He died 14 Jan 1863 at Arkansas Post, Ark.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Arkansas Post, Arkansas.
Father: Michael FOREMAN
Mother:  Elizabeth HERR/HARR
Birth: 13/14 May 1841
Marriage:  
Death:  14 Jan 1863 at Arkansas Post, Ark
Cemetery:    Arkansas Post, Arkansas or Red Haw Cem, CR 175, Red Haw, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH
Information at Find a Grave.  Red Haw Cem: Samuel FUHRMAN, son of M and E.  Died in the Civil War 1863 age 21 y.  Stone not found in 2009 but old record says that there was a stone.  Parents are buried there.

Pension Index:  Samuel's mother, Elizabeth FOREMAN, applied for a pension 8 Aug 1890, Application 430505, Certificate 495220, filed in OH.

Not on Register of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.
Not on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1861-1960.

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

1850 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 116, Family 117:  Michael FOREMAN, age 40 NY; Elizabeth, age 35 PA; Mary, age 12 OH; Samuel, age 9 OH.   [parents: Ohio Marriages:  Michael FOREMAN married Elizabeth HARR, 20 July 1834, Wayne Co OH.]

Listed in several indexes as POORMAN.  1860 Census, Jackson, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 323, Family 323:  Mickael FOREMAN, age 50 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 45 PA; Mary, age 22 OH; Samuel, age 19 OH; William H, age ?6 OH.  

Parents:  Michael FURHMAN and Elizabeth were farming in Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH in 1870....both born PA

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 14 May 1841. Red Haw Cem, CR 175, Red Haw, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH.  
Ashland County Cemeteries - Red Haw Cemetery:  Samuel FUHRMAN, son of M and E.  Died in the Civil War 1863 age 21 y  [Michael and Elizabeth are buried there too.  .]

France, Michael   25 Aug 1862
Private France was age 22 when he entered service.  [Co E 48th OH Inf[  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Michael FRANCE
Mother:  Sarah SMITH
Birth: 2 May 1840 at Westmorland Co PA
Marriage:  Amanda NELSON on 25 Jan 1866 in Richland Co OH  
Death:   29 Oct 1919, Ashland, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:   Ashland Mausoleum
Stone photo at MausoleumPhoto credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Michael FRANCE is buried in Ashland Cem, Ashland County, OH.  Born 1840.  Died 1919.  His wife is also buried there.  She died 12 June 1915.  So where was she in 1910.  Was she living with daughter Mrs. J. M. BOYER?

 Pension Card:  Michael FRANCE, Co F 120th OH Inf, Co E 48th OH Inf, Co E 114th OH Inf.,  Invalid applied 7 Aug 1873, Application 186074, Certificate 129458.  Michael died 27 Nov 1919 [does not agree with death record]  at Ashland, OH.

Haven't found 1850.

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 99:  Michael FRANCES, age 50 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 47 PA; Michael, age 20 PA, farm laborer; Hanna SAVER, age 18 OH.  

Richland County Probate Court record:  Michael FRANCE married Amanda NELSON on 25 Jan 1866 in Richland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 254, Evans Twp, Marshall Co IL, page 302:  Michael FRANCE Jr., age 30 PA, farmer; Amanda, age 28 OH; Willie, age 3 IL; Elmer, age 1 IL.  [Note:  next door:  Michael FRANCE, age 60 PA, farmer; Catherine, age 59 PA]

Michael applied for an invalid pension in 1873 but no state was given.  

1880 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 109:  Michael FRANCE, age 40 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Amanda, wife, age 39 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; William, son, age 13 IL; Elmore, son, age 11 IL; Arthur, son, age 4 IL.  

1890 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, line 31:  Michael FRANCE, Pvt, Co F 120th OH Inf Vol.  Mustered out 15 Oct 1865.  Chronic diarrhoea, lung trouble, disease of the eyes.  Post office Ashland OH.  

1900 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 92:  Michael FRANCE, age 60 PA, born May 1840, married 34 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Amanda, wife, age 59 OH, born ?? 1841, married 34 yrs, 6 children/5 still living,  parents born OH; William, son, age 31 IL, born June 1868, single, farm laborer; Bert, son, age 19 OH, single, born Sept 1880, farm laborer; Myrtle, daughter, age 19 OH, born Sept 1880, single.

1910 Census, Ashland, Montgomery Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 170:  William FRANCE, age 42 IL, single, doctor of osteopathy;  Michael, father, age 67 PA, marked m1 for first marriage but did not list yrs married and his wife is not listed.  [Note: Column 30 is NOT marked for military service for Michael.]

Ohio Online Death Certificate index:  Michael FRANCE died 29 Oct 1919 in Ashland County OH.  

Ashland County CW Vets :  Michael FRANCE, died 1919 and buried at Ashland Cem.    

Death record in Ohio:  File # 56122, Michael FRANCE,of 209 College Ave, died 29 Oct 1919 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH. Widowed.  Wife Amanda FRANCE.  Born 2 May 1840 at Westmorland Co OH [Note: Westmoreland County is in PA] Retired farmer.  Parents Michael FRANCE and Sarah SMITH, born PA.  Burial Ashland Mausoleum.  Informant W. N. FRANCE, of Ashland OH.

The death record of William Nelson FRANCE verifies his mother's name as Amanda NELSON, born in Stark Co OH.  

Fraunfelter, Elias  22 Aug 1862
Elias was age 22 when he enrolled.  He was promoted to 1st Lieutenant from 1st Sergeant 15 Mar 1863: appointed Adjutant 1 Aug 1863; promoted to Captain 21 mar 1864; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on Red River, Louisiana; transferred to Co D, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.     See also Field and Staff
Father: John FRAUNFELTER
Mother:  Elizabeth REASER
Birth: 3 Apr 1840, near Easton, Northampton Co., PA
Marriage:   Miss Laura J. Caldwell, 2 Apr 1867
Death:   8 August 1899
Cemetery:   Glendale Cem [Note: Akron, OH, on Rt 162 Copley Rd or S. Maple St]

Photo Credit:  Jerry Holderfield

At Glendale Cemetery, Sec 16, lot 23 there is a large FRAUNFLETER stone.  To the right of it are two stones, Laura C. and one marked FATHER on the top, but nothing that I could make out on the front.  

 Pension Index:  Elias FRAUNFELTER, F 120th and D 114th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 4 May 1896, Application 1177083, Certificate 926620, filed in OH. His widow, Laura C,. Fraunfelter filed 16 Aug 1899, Application 703889, Certificate 487194, filed in OH.   Pension Card:  Elias died 8 Aug 1899.  

1850 Census Montgomery Twp, Ashland County,OH, page 895, Dwelling334, Family 349:   John FRAUNFELDER, age 46 PA, farmer;  Elizabeth, age 41PA; Benjamin, age 15 PA, farmer; Elias, age 10 PA, Catharine, age 8 PA; Christiana, age 6 PA; James, age 4 PA; Elizabeth, age 2 PA.  

1860 Census Ashland County, OH  Montgomery Twp, page 114  [Adds a new sibling and gives a clue to when the family came to Ohio.]
John Frownfelter, age 54, a farmer and innkeeper, born in PA; Elizabeth, age 50, b. PA; Benjamin, age 25, a farmer, b. PA ;  Christiana, age 24, b. PA  [This must be Benjamin's wife:  Benjamin Froumfelter married Christene Rowland 23 Sep 1858 in Ashland Co OH.  Alice is probably their daughter.] Alice, age 1, born OH Elias, age 19, a farmer, born PA Catharine M., age 18, b. PA Ann, age 16, b. PA James, age 14, b. OH; Elizabeth, age 12 OH; Sarah, age 9 OH

He was married April 2, 1867, to Miss Laura J. Caldwell, a daughter of Rev. J.P.Caldwell, of Barnesville, Ohio.

1870 Census Ashland County OH   Clear creek Twp., page 588 [Elias and wife with two children] Elias Fraunfelter, age 30, a teacher, born PA; Laura C., age 25, born OH; Charles D., age 2 born OH;  Clara M., age 1, born OH

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 38, Akron, Summit Co OH, page 38:  Elias FRAUNFELTER, age 40 PA, professor of mathematics, parents born PA; Laura J, wife, age 35 OH, father born Ireland, mother born OH; Charles D, son, age 12 OH; Clara M, daughter, age 11 OH.  

The History of Ashland County, Ohio by A.J. Baughman, 1909....page 226
"The next academy established was the Savannah Academy, at Savannah, in a village in the northern part of the county.[Ashland]  It was founded in 1858. After varying fortunes in the spring of 1865, Captain Elias Frauenfelter just returned from the army, was elected professor of mathematics and at once assumed his duties there.  Under the influence of his inspiring enthusiasm the school almost immediately assumed a commanding and important character.  In 1875, he resigned to take the chair of mathematics in Buchtel College, Akron, Ohio.  This place, in a few years, he resigned to become superintendent of the Akron city schools, which place he filled with marked ability until his decease."

The History of Summit County with an Outline Sketch of Ohio, edited by William Henry Perrin, 1881
page 397 in a section about Buchtel College
"Elias Fraunfelter, A. M., Ph. D.
He was educated at Vermillion Institute, at Hayesville, Ohio, and was for a number of years instructor in Mathematics and English in that school.  In 1866, he was made co-Principal of Savanna Academy, and Instructor in Mathematics, Natural Science and Modern Languages.  He was called to the college as Professor of Civil Engineering at the opening of the second year in 1874.  The next year he was made Professor of Mathematics (his chair being made to include the instruction in Engineering) in which position he still remains completing this year (1881) his twenty-first year of service as an instructor."

page 703
"Prof. Elias Fraunfelter, Professor of Mathematics in Buchtel College, Akron; is a son of John and Elizabeth (Reaser) Fraunfelter, natives of Pennsylvania, who came to Ohio in 1846, settling near Ashland, where they resided until their death, she in 1871 and he in 1879, leaving three sons and six daughters.  Of this family, the subject is the second son, and was born near Easton, Northampton Co., Penn., April 3, 1840, and came here when but 6 years of age.  He lived on a farm until 17, when he began teaching in the public schools of Ashland, and about the same time entered Vermilion Institute, and was made Tutor of Mathematics in 1859, continuing as such until 1862, when he enlisted in the 120th O.V.I., organized at Mansfield.  He entered as a private, and was soon after made Sergeant, then Orderly Sergeant, and after the battle of Chickasaw Bluffs and Arkansas Post was commissioned First Lieutenant.  He was detailed as aide-de-camp to Gen. Osterhaus, commanding Ninth Division of Thirteenth Army Corps.  In May, 1863, he was commissioned Captain of Co. F in his regiment, and commanded it in all the engagements during the siege of Vicksburg.  He was made Adjutant of the 120th O.V.I., and was with Gen. Banks in the invasion of Louisiana after the fall of Vicksburg.  His regiment was with Gen. Banks on the Red River Expedition, and on the 4th of May, 1864, he and a large portion of the regiment were captured at Snaggy Point, on Red River, and were taken to different points, until finally landed at rebel prison in Texas called Camp Ford, where they were confined for thirteen months, and were badly treated and ill-fed on chopped corn.  He and Capt. Miller were the only ones exchanged at New Orleans in July, 1865, were furloughed home and mustered out at Columbus in August.  He then returned to Vermilion institute as teacher of mathematics, remaining until spring of 1866, when he with Rev. S.T. Boyd organized Savannah Academy, at Savannah, Ohio, a private school, where he continued until 1873, successfully put up large buildings, and in the fourth year (1870) catalogued 385 students.  In 1873, he came to Akron, and accepted the Chair of Mathematics in Buchtel College, which he still fills.  He was married April 2, 1867, to Miss Laura J. Caldwell, a daughter of Rev. J.P.Caldwell, of Barnesville, Ohio.  They have one son and one daughter.  Prof. F. received the degree of Master of Arts in Bethany College in 1873, and the degree of Ph. D. in Lombard University at Galesburg, Ill., in July, 1879."

In 1893 the Dept. of the Interior reported that Elias FRAUNFELTER was living at 580 E. Buchtel Ave. Akron OH.  

Wife's Death Record:  File #26847, Laura C FRAUNFELTER, of 756 W. Market St, died 2 Apr 1934 at Akron, Summit Co OH.  Widowed.  Husband Elias.  Born 14 May 1845 at New Athens, Ohio. Father John Patrick CALDWELL, born County Clare, Ireland.   Mother Catherine Crabb.  Burial Glendale Cem [Note: Akron OH]  Informant Mrs. Norman ORCUTT, of Akron OH.  
 
 

Added 2 Oct 2002
This information comes from
a descendant of the brother of Elias Fraunfelter [Benjamin Fraunfelter]
Elias Fraunfelter was born on 3 April, 1840 to John Fraunfelter and Elizabeth Reaser Fraunfelter.  He was one of a family of eleven children.  Elias was born
in Pennsylvania, I assume  in Northampton Co.  The family moved to Montgomery Township, Ashland Co., Ohio, in 1846.  The 1850 Ohio census lists John Fraunfelter as a farmer and innkeeper.

Here is the father John's obituary from the Ashland Press, April 6, 1879:

    Died - February 26, 1879, John Fraunfelter, aged 73 years, 4 months and 5 days.  When 24 years of age her was married to Elizabeth Reaser, and their union was blessed in the birth of eleven children; two of whom died in infancy, while nine- three sons and six daughters survive. 
Of the former, Benj. Fraunfelter, resides on the old homestead; Prof. Elias Fraunfelter fills the chair of Mathematics in Buchtel College, Akron (Ohio) and Dr. James Fraunfelter is practicing medicine in Canal Fulton (Ohio.)
    In 1846, Mr. Fraunfelter moved to Ashland County, Ohio and purchased the "White Farm", a place commonly known as the "Richland Hotel" and continued to live here until his death.  His death was caused by the falling of a tree which he was cutting down.  His life-long vocation was that of a farmer and he was always regarded as a strictly honest and upright citizen.
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Elias married Laura J. Caldwell on 2 April, 1867.  I do not have information on their children, except:

    Ashland Press 30 Mar. 1893

    Friends here have received announcement of the marriage of Charles D. Fraunfelter and Miss Bernice B. Perry, of Akron.  Mr. Fraunfelter is a son of Prof. Elias Fraunfelter, now principal (sic) of the Akron schools.
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  However, Elias also was superintendent of the Akron Schools.
Also from the Ashland Press, 4 June, 1896:
   The Akron Democrat says that Professor Elias Fraunfelter was re-elected superintendent of the Akron Schools for two years on a vote of 7 to 5, while the Akron Dispatch says he was elected for one year with the understanding that he was to retire next year.  He is a Montgomery Township boy who has achieved considerable success as an educator and has been in Akron many years and superintendent thirteen. (sic)

Ashland Press, 5 Nov, 1896
  Akron, OH. Nov. 2 - A fire alarm was sent in from box 54 at 7:50 p.m.last night to which compainies 1 and 2 responded.
    Professor Elias Fraunfelter, of 580 East Buchtell Ave. while going down stairs with a lighted lamp in his hand, stumbled and fell.  The lamp exploded and set fire to the stairway.  He was not seriously hurt and the blaze was extinguished before the department arrived.

    Elias Fraunfelter died 8 August 1899.  You might be interested to note that his great-grandfather Jacob Fraunfelter fought in the Revolutionary War in the Forks Township Militia under Capt. John Arndt.  They saw action in the Battle of New York in 1776.
 

From Karen Collins
 

Fredline, Andrew   25 Feb 1864      FREEDLINE
Private Fredline was age 19 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.        [Was also in Co C, 16th OH Inf.]
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 14 Apr 1845 OH
Marriage:  A. J. FREEDLINE married Mary M. RITENOUR, 15 Jan 1869, Ashland Co OH
Death:   27 June 1895
Cemetery:  Jeromesville Cem, Ashland County OH 
Andrew Fredline at Jeromesville Cem, Ashland co OHMarker for FredlinePhoto credits: Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Andrew FREDLINE, B 48th, F [sic] 114th and F 120th OH Inf. Invalid filed 1874 June 1, Application 193054, Certificate 287173.     Widow Mary M. FREDLINE filed 1895 July 15, Application 617550, Certificate 434500, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  C 16th OH Inf.  E 114th OH Inf. B 48th OH Inf, F 120th OH Inf.  

Not his parents:  1850 Census, Perry, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 54, Family 54:  Coonrod FREDLINE and wife Catherine are there with children.  Andrew is not one of them.  I can't find Andrew anywhere in 1850.  

Not his parents. 1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 239:  Conrad FRIEDLINE, age 69 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 50 PA; Jacob, age 22 OH, farm laborer; Harrison, age 20 OH, farm laborer; Lydia A, age 10 OH; Catharine BUFFENMAYER, age 19 OH; Andrew FRIEDLINE, age 16 OH, farm laborer.  
[Note:  Conrad FREDLINE married Catharine BUFFENMEYER on 4 Apr 1847. So this Catherine was not Andrew's mother.  Conrad's first wife was Sarah and she died in 1844, buried at Meng Cem, Ashland Co OH.  And Andrew may not be the son of Conrad.  Catherine, spouse of Conrad, died 1888 and is bured at Meng Cem, Ashland Co OH]

Ohio, County Marriages:  A. J. FREEDLINE married Mary M. RITENOUR, 15 Jan 1869, Ashland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 797:  Andrew J FREDLINE, age 25 OH, no occupation listed; Mary M, age 24 OH.  

1880 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH, page 210:  Andrew FRIDLINE, age 35 OH, engineer, parents born PA; Mary M, wife, age 34 OH, father born VA, mother born OH; James M FISHER,other, age 8 OH, parents born OH; Franklin FISHER, other, age 6 OH, parents born OH.

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Ashland County CW Vets: Andrew FREDLINE  Burial at Jeromesville Cem, Ashland County OH. Died 1895.

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 60042, Mary Margaret FREDLINE died 3 Nov 1921 at Jeromeville, Ashland Co OH.  Widow.  Born 12 Mar 1846 in OH.  Father William H RITTENOUR born VA.  Mother Elizabeth HEIFNER born OH.  Burial Jeromeville OH.  Informant Mrs. John BROTHERS of Jeromeville Oh RD #1.  

Funk, David B.   24 Sept 1864
Private Funk was age 37 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  See also Co D.  And Company F 114th, July 1865.  [Also C 169th OVI.: David B Funk, age 37, joined 169th on 2 May 1864, for 100 dys, mustered out with company 4 Sep 1864.]
Father: Samuel FUNK
Mother:  Elizabeth BOWERS
Birth: <1827> OH
Marriage:  Elizabeth MILLER
Death:  25 Nov 1890
Cemetery:   West Lawn in Canton, Stark County, OH
[Stone photo 2 at Find a Grave  Requested permission to use photo of the other stone.  Photo Credit: Maggie]      
David B Funk, military stone at West Lawn Cemetery, Stark Co OHMilitary stone photo credit: Henry Cemetery Association, Interments, Paula Brothers Julian.

Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903:  David B. FUNK, Pvt Co F 114th Regt Ohio Infy.  West Lawn Cemetery, Canton Ohio.  Died 25 Nov 1890.  Headstone supplied by Vt. Marble Co, Proctor, VT.  Contract 28 June 1897.  

Pension Index:  David B FUNK, E and F 114th, F 120th, C 169th OH Inf.   Invalid filed  27 Apr 1886, Application 571553, Certificate 683893.  Widow Elizabeth Funk applied for a pension 1 Dec 1890, Application 487380, Certificate 314606, filed in OH.

1850 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 14, Family 14:  David FUNK, age 23 OH, farmer; Elizabeth, age 30 PA; Benjamin, age 1 OH.  [Next door: Samuel FUNKE, age 69 PA Elizabeth, age 58 MA, Susanna, age 20 OH, Elect? [female] 16 OH, Elizabeth, age 7 OH.]

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1051, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 320:  David B FUNK, age 33 OH, farmer; Elizabeth, age 38 PA; Franklin B, age 11 OH; Nancy A, age 8 OH; Alfred C, age 6 OH; Samuel, age 3 OH.  

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 1281, 2nd Ward Wooster, Wayne Co OH, page 429:  David B FUNK, age 43 OH, tends ware house; Elizabeth, age 49 PA; Franklin, age 21 OH painter; Kirtus A, age 17 IN, app. to machinest; Samuel age 13 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1077, Wooster, Wayne Co OH, page 393: David B FUNK, age 53 OH, grain dealer, father birth place not filled in, mother born OH; Elizabeth, wife, age 58 PA, parents born PA; Samuel, son, age 22 OH, cabinet maker.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Canton, Stark Co OH:  Lines 14 and 15, House 349, Family 357:   David B. FUNK, Co C 169 OH Inf, and Co F 114 OH Inf.    No Comments.  

David B FUNK of Co F 114th is buried in Stark County.   Ohio CW Vets Graves Registration

Sons of Union Veterans:  David B FUNK died 25 Nov 1890 and is buried at West Lawn in Canton, Stark County, OH.  Listed as Company F, 114th Ohio.

Wife's Death record in Ohio: File # 29255, Mrs. Elizabeth FUNK died 29 May 1910 at 506 Prospect, Canton, Stark Co OH.  Widowed.  Born 28 Oct 1821 in PA.  Father Bery MILLER.  Mother Martha HUMPHILE, born PA.  Burial W. L Cem. [West Lawn, Lake Twp, Canton OH????] Informant Mrs. Nancy C GOODYEAR, of 506 Prospect Ave.  [Note: Wayne County Probate Court record: Nancy A FUNK married Jesse E GOODYEAR on 16 Sep 1869 in Wayne Co OH.]

?Sister's death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Susannah Funk MYERS died 16 Mar 1912 at Chester Twp Wayne Co OH.  Age 82.  Born 10 Aug 1829 in OH.  Father Samuel FUNK.  Mother Elizabeth BOWERS.  

Gable, John*   12 Sept 1862
Private Gable was age 18 when he entered service.  He died 22 Mar 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi; however, his name and information are on a stone with his brother Thomas at the Hazzard Cemetery.
Father: William GABLE
Mother:  Nancy SWITZER
Birth: 1844 OH
Marriage:  
Death:   22 Mar 1863, Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery:   Vicksburg, MS [not listed] ; stone at Hazzard Cem, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH

Stone Photo Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield, at Hazzard Cem.  

John GABLE, son of W and N.  18 yrs, 9 m, 16 dys

Thomas H Gable, John's brother, is on the stone's opposite side.  I think a mistake was made on the flag holder.  It says, Thomas Gable, 120th Ohio Infantry.  But Thomas is not listed anywhere that I have found as being in the 120th.  John's side of the stone includes his military service.  There is no similar information on Thomas' side of the stone.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  John GABLE, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 22 Mar 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: Pneumonia.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index: F 120th OH Inf.    John's mother, Nancy Gable, applied for a pension 13 May 1878, Application 237198.  But no certificate is recorded.  [Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Nancy GABLE died 18 May 1882 at Jackson, Ashland Co OH.  born 1808.  Age 74.

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 184, Family 186: William GABLE, age 48 PA, farmer; Nancy, age 41 PA; Daniel, age 22? PA, school teacher; Hanny [female], age 16 PA; William, age 14 PA; Margaret, age 11 PA; Susanne, age 10 PA; Elizabeth, age 8 OH; John, age 6 OH; Emaline, age 3 OH; [second page]  Thomas GABLE, age one, farmer born OH.    

Will in Ashland Co OH for William GABLE in Jackson Twp. OH-3-1-319
Father William Gable died in 1854.  Buried at Hazzard Cemetery, Wayne co OH.  

1860 Census, have not found the family.

1870 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 102, Family 96:  Nancy GABLE, age 62 PA; Thomas, age 21 OH, teaching school.    

1880 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 95, Family 110:  Adam STROUSE, age 46 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Margaret, wife, age 40 PA, parents born PA; James O., son, age 18 OH, parents born PA; Jennie, daughter, age 15 OH, parents born PA; Viola, daughter, age 11 OH, parents born Pa;  Albert STROUSE, son, age 8 OH, parents born PA; Della, daughter, age 2 OH, parents born PA; Family 111, Nancy GABLE, age 72 PA, mother in law, widow, parents born PA.  

Sister's death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Margaret STROUSE died 11 Aug 1919 at West Salem, Wayne Co OH.  Age 81.  Married.  Born 31 Oct 1837 in OH.  Burial at West Salem, OH.  Father William GABLE born PA.  Mother Nancy SWITZER born PA.  

John GABLE of Co F 120th Ohio buried in Wayne Co.    Ohio CW Vets Graves Registration

Buried at Hazzard Cemetery, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Section 2.   Gravesites of Veterans Buried in Wayne County Ohio: In Memoriam

Gardner, Martin S.*   21 Aug 1862
Private Gardner was age 20 when he entered service. He died 4 Feb 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at St. Louis, Missouri in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery.
Father: John GARDNER
Mother:  Adaline WALLACE
Birth: <1842> PA
Marriage:  
Death:   4 Feb 1863 at St. Louis, MO
Cemetery:  Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis, MO and  Trinity Cem, SR 89, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH.  
Stone photoStone photo Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave
Trinity Cem, SR 89, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH.
Son of John and A., age 20 yrs, 2m, 5 dys [hard to read]
Co F 120th OVI

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Martin S. GARDINER, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 4 Feb 1863 at General Hospital Jefferson Barracks, MO.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.

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

Pension Index:  Martin's mother, Adaline Gardner, applied for a pension in Ohio 1888 26 Nov, Application 384541, Certificate 481059, filed in OH.  

1850 Census, Salisbury, Lancaster, PA, Dwelling 276, Family 297:  John GARDNER, age 38 PA, farmer: Adaline, age 31 PA; Levi, age 9 PA; Martin, age 8 PA; Elizabeth, age 5 PA; Adaline, age 2 PA; Isaac GARDNER, age 43 PA, laborer; Margaret DAVIS, age 11 PA.

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 113:  John GARDNER, age 49 PA, farmer;  Adeline, age 40 PA; Levi W, age 19 PA, farm laborer; Martin, age 17 PA, farm laborer; Elizabeth, age 15 PA; Thressa, [female], age 12 PA; George, age 8 OH; Margaret, age 6 OH; Isaac, age 54 PA; Mary JONES, age 84 PA.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Trinity Cem, SR 89, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH.  

??? Brother, Levi's Death record in Ohio:  File # 1925 or 1926, Levi GARDNER of 237 E. Walnut St, died 6 May 1926 at Ashland, ashland Co OH.  Widowed.  Wife Susan GARDNER.  Carpenter.  Born 29 June 1841 at Lancaster Co PA.  Parents John GARDNER and Susan THOMPSON, born Lancaster Co PA.  Burial White Church Cem.  Informant Elizabeth LANBAUGH or  LAUBAUGH, of Ashland.  

Sister, Theresa's Death record in Ohio:  Theressa A SWINEFORD died 27 Aug 1923 at Bucyrus, Crawford Co OH.  Married to H. T. SWINEFORD.  Born 14 Jan 1848 in PA.  Parents John GARDNER and Adaline WALLACE, born PA.  Burial Overland Cem Ashland.  Informant H T SWINEFORD of Bucyrus OH.  

[Adaline GARDNER's death record:  Died 7 Apr 1912 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH. Age 93 yrs, 1 month, 24 dys.  Born 14 Feb 1819 at Lancaster Co PA.  Her parents John and Elizabeth Wallace.]

Garner, John   4 Feb 1864
Private Garner was age 23 when he entered service.  He delivered _____, at Governor's Island, New York Harbor.  No further record found.

Gast, George   12 Sept 1862
Private Gast was age 38 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]
Father: Christian GAST
Mother:  Elizabeth MOYER
Birth: 16 Nov 1823, PA
Marriage:  Margaret EDLEMAN on 1 Jan 1860 in Marion Co OH
Death:   17 Nov 1913 at Prospect village, Marion Co OH
Cemetery:   Prospect Cem., Prospect, Marion C OH
Stone photo   Find a Grave:  George's obituary.  

Photo credit: Liz Miracle-Cassell at Find a Grave

 Not on Pension Index.

Obituary:  Came to Marion Co in 1833, age 10.  Father Christian died in 1859.  

1850 Census, Middletown, Marion, OH, Dwelling 282, Family 285:  Christian GAST, age 60 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 58 PA; Margaret, age 30 PA; George, age 26 PA, farmer; [next page]Sarah, age 21 PA; David, age 21 PA, farmer; Mary, age 19 PA; Abigal, age 16 OH ; Mary E., age 2 OH.  

Marion County Probate Court record:  George GAST married Margaret EDLEMAN on 1 Jan 1860 in Marion Co OH.  [Note: son Arthur's death record confirms that his mother's name was Margaret EDELMAN.]

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1006, Prospect Twp, Marion Co OH, page 452:  George GAST, age 36 PA, farmer; Margaret, age 18 OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1240, Prospect Twp, Marion Co OH, page 162:  George GAST, age 45 PA, farmer; Margret, age 37 OH; Arthur E, age 9 OH; Mary E, age 7 OH; Emma, age 5 OH; Evaline, age 5 OH; Abbegail E, age 2 OH; Margret CARLEY, age 14 OH.  [David GAST, age 41 PA living next door with his family]

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1046, Prospect village, Marion Co OH, page 112:  George GAST, age 54 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Margaret, wife, age 38 OH, parents born PA; Arthur L, son, age 19 OH; Emma, daughter, age 16 OH; Evva, daughter, age 15 OH; Amelia, daughter, age 13 OH; William SHUMWAY, boarder, age 24 OH, farm hand, parents born OH; Alsoir? DEIN, servant, age 27 OH, farm hand, parents born OH.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1302, Prospect Twp, Marion Co OH, page 268:  George GAST, age 75 PA, born Nov 1824, married 39 yrs, landlord, parents born PA; Margaret, wife, age 59 OH, born Nov 1840, married 39 yrs, 6 children/5 still living, parents born Nebraska; Eva S, daughter, age 33 OH, born Mar 1877, single, music teacher; father born OH, mother born Michigan.   [Note: In 1880 all the children had mother born in OH.]

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1213, Main St, Prospect village, Marion Co OH, page 271:  George GAST, age 86 PA, widowed, own income, parents born PA; Millie WYATT, daughter, age 41 OH, widowed, 2 children/2 still living; Pauline G WYATT, grand daughter, age 11 OH, parents born OH; Arthur G, grandson, age 9 OH, parents born OH.  [Column 30 is not marked for military service.]

George Gast of the 120th OVI is buried in Marion County OH.   Gravesites of Veterans Buried in Wayne County Ohio: In Memoriam

Death record in Ohio: File # 65256, George GAST died 17 Nov 1913 at Prospect village, Marion Co OH.  Married.  Farmer. Born 16 Nov 1823 in PA.  Father Christian GAST born Germany.  Mother Elizabeth MOYER.  Burial Prospect Cem.  Informant A. L. GAST of Prospect OH.  [Note: Margaret, wife of George GAST, 1841 - 1904, buried at Prospect Cem.]

George, David   21 Aug 1862
Corporal George was age 44 when he entered service.  He was discharged 10 Apr 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: ???James GEORGE
Mother:  ???Mary A.  
Birth: <1818>
Marriage:  Sarah McFADDEN about 11 Apr 1848, Ashland Co OH
Death:   11 Aug 1897
Cemetery:   

Pension Index:  David C GEORGE, F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1888 Jan 23, Application 637111, Certificate 543670, filed in MO.  Widow Sarah GEORGE filed 1897 Aug 17, Application 660585, Certificate 464167, filed in Missouri.  Pension Card:  David died 11 Aug 1897.  

Ashland County Marriages by Nellie M Raber:  David GEORGE married Sarah McFADDEN about 11 Apr 1848 in Ashland Co OH.

 1850 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 112, Family 113:  James GEORGE, age 68 PA, farming; Mary A, age 60 PA; David C, age 29 OH, farming; Sarah, age 25 OH; Isaac, age 23 OH, farming.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 212:  David GEORGE, age 39 OH, laborer; Sarah, age 34 OH; Edward, age 11 OH; Calvin, age 1 OH [should have been 7]; Ida, age 5 OH; John, age 6 months OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 772, Boonville Twp, Cooper Co MO, page 326:  David GEORGE, age 52 OH, farmer; Sarah, age 45? OH; Edward, age 2? OH, farm hand; Calvin, age 17 OH; Ida, age 16 OH; John, age 5 or 8? OH.    

1880 Census, Series T9, Roll 683, Boonville Twp, Cooper Co MO, page 281:  David GEORGE, age 57 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Sarah, wife, age 51 OH, parents born PA; Edward, son, age 30 OH, works on farm; Ida, daughter, age 20 OH; John, age 17 OH.  [Edward S. GEORGE age 35 OH, farmer, is living next door.]

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Boonville Twp, Cooper Co MO:  Line 14, House 68, Family 79:  David GEORGE, Corporal, Co A 120th OH Inf.   Post office:  Boonville, Cooper co MO.  Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate.

1900 Census, Boonville City [East side], Cooper Co MO:  Mrs. Sarah GEORGE, age 74 , born Dec 1825 OH, father born PA, mother born OH, widow, 6 children/4 still living; George, son, age 38 OH, born Nov 1861, grain dealer ; Miss Ida, daughter, age 34 OH, single, born Jan 1856.

Gribbon, Thomas   28 Aug 1862
Private Gribbon was age 30 when he entered service.  He was discharged 13 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: ???Henry GRIBBON
Mother:  ???Elizabeth
Birth: <28 Apr 1832> date calculator
Marriage:  Violet Ann BELL, 13 Feb 1855, Ashland Co OH
Death:   24 Mar1863
Cemetery:   Old Rowsburg/Smalley Cem., Ashland Co OH

Stone PhotoAge 30 yr 10 m 26 dys  
Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Ashland County Data files:  Thomas GRIBBEN died 1863.  Burial Old Rowsburg  or Smalley Cem.  

 Pension Index:  Thomas GRIBBEN, F 120th OH:  Widow, Violet A GRIBBEN, filed 1863 Oct 20, Application 36391, Certificate 143934, state not given.  

1850 Census, Vermillion Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 237, Family 234: Henry GRIBBON, age 55 Ireland, farmer; Elizabeth, age 57 MD; Jane, age 26 OH; William, age 24 OH; Nathaniel, age 20 OH; Catherine, age 22 OH;  [next page]Thomas GRIBBON, age 18 OH, farmer; Lewis GREEN, age 58 MD, miller.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Thomas GRIBBEN married Violet Ann BELL, 13 Feb 1855, Ashland Co OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930 Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 233:  Thomas GRIBBIN, age 27 OH, master carpenter; Violet A, age 23 OH; William H, age 4 OH; Laura B, age 2 OH; Elizabeth J, age 9 months OH; Violet WINTERS, age 51 PA.  

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 1169, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 649:  Violett A GRIBBEN, age 34 OH; William H, age 14 OH; Elizabeth J, age 10 OH; John C, age 9 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 74:  Violet GRIBBENS, age 43 OH, father born MD, mother born PA; William, son, age 24 OH, laborer, parents born OH; John C, son,age 19 OH, laborer, parents born OH.  

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Son, John C's Death record in Ohio:  File # 37803, John Curtis GRIBBEN died 21 July 1933 at Polk village, Ashland Co OH.  Married to Katherine.  Born 7? Jan 1861 at Rowsburg OH.  Parents Thomas GRIBBEN and Violet BELLE, born PA. Burial Polk OH.  Informant ??Earl R GRIBBON of Polk OH.  

[Note: Capt James G. GRIBBEN died 1862.  Buried Savannah Cem.  Ashland Co. Marriages: GRIBBEN, John; MYERS, Julian; 14-Nov-1847 // GRIBBEN, Peter; ALSDARF, Eliza; 29-Jun-1862]

Harbrond, John   22 Aug 1862
Musician Harbrond was age 18 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]

Harris, Robert J.   24 Aug 1862          Robert Johnson HARRIS
Private Harris was age 35 when he entered service.  He was captured 25 May 1863 in action near Raymond, Mississippi.
Father: James G. HARRIS  [Rootsweb]
Mother:  Rachel WHITE  [Rootsweb]
Birth: 16 Jun 1827 [date calculator]  OH
Marriage: Martha HIEFNER, 23 Dec 1847, Ashland Co OH
Death:   22 Aug 1866
Cemetery:   Trinity Cem, Ashland, Ashland Co OH

Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

39 yrs 2 m 6d

 Not on Pension Index.

Ashland County Marriages:  Robert J. HARRIS married Martha HIEFNER on 23 Dec 1847.

1850 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 279, Family 295:  Robert G. HARRIS, age 23 OH, laborer; Martha, age 23 OH; James, age 2 OH; Eliza Jane, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 222:  Robert J. HARRIS, age 35 OH, day laborer; Martha, age 35 OH; James, age 13 OH; Eliza, age 10 OH; Margaret J, age 5 OH; Elbina, age 3 OH.  

1870 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 782:  Martha HARRIS, age 41 OH; Margret J, age 14 OH; Robert, age 8 OH; Stephen, age 5 OH.  

1880 Census, Clear Crk Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 7:  William WALKER, age 34 OH, can't read occupation, father born Germany, mother born PA; Eliza, age 30 OH, parents born OH; Christian, son, age 11 OH; Sarah, daughter, age 8 OH; Angeline R., daughter, age 8 OH; William, son, age 1 OH; Martha HARRIS, mother, age 62, OH, parents born PA.  [She might be Eliza's mother rather than William's mother.]

Daughter's Death record in Ohio: File #48042, Margaret Jane STONE died 21 Aug 1926 at 818 Union St, Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Widow of J.? E. STONE.   Born 4 June 1858 at Ashland Co OH.  Father Robert Johnson HARRIS born OH.  Mother Martha HEIFFNER, born PA.  Burial Ashland Cemetery.  Informant Mrs. Esther HARTSEL of Ashland OH.  

Heckert, Peter   15 Aug 1862
Sergeant Heckert was age 27 when he entered service.  He was wounded on 10 July 1863 in the battle of Jackson, Mississippi; discharged 7 Oct 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: ??Peter HECKERT
Mother:  
Birth: 6 Mar 1835, Marion County, OH
Marriage:  
Death:   16 Dec 1902
Cemetery:   Guy Cem, Saint Elmo, Fayette Co IL
Stone PhotoStone PhotoPhoto credit: Gary Feezel at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Peter HECKERT, F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1863 Nov 19, Application 36272, Certificate 24311.   Widow Sarah R. HECKERT applied for a pension in Illinois, 2 Feb 1903, Application 777785, no Certificate, filed in IL  Pension Card:    Peter died 16 Dec 1902.  

 5 Oct 1907 Cleveland Plain Dealer, page 3
Makes Ring of Own Bone
Man Wounded in Civil War Carved Ornament From His Thigh Bone.
   Columbus, O., Oct. 4.--- A. W. Cousin of Terre Haute, Ind., presented to the relic room of the statehouse today a peculiar and grewsome [sic] relic of the civil war.
    It is a finger ring made by Sergeant Peter Heckert of Co. F, 120th Ohio Volunteer infantry, from the head of the thigh bone of his own left leg.  He was wounded in the left thigh at Jackson, Miss., July 11, 1863, necessitating the amputation of the leg.
   The ring is highly polished so that no one would suspect from it appearance of what material it is.
 
[Note: The Ohio Historical Society in Columbus OH still has possession of this ring.  Its number is H70407.]

[birthplaces of parents do not match] 1850 Census, Polk, Crawford Co OH, Peter ECKER, age 38 Germany, farmer; Dorothy, age 28 Germany; Peter, age 14 OH; Catharine, age 12 OH; Elizabeth, age 4 OH; John, age 2 OH; Andrew ECKER, age 60 Germany, no occupation; Jno RICKER, age 25 Germany, laborer; Catharine RICKER, age 18 Germany.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 191:  Peter HECKARD, age 24 OH, shoemaker.  He is living with Levi and Caroline OSWALD and family.  Levi is also a shoemaker.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 220, Avena Twp, Fayette Co IL, page 591:  Peter HECKART, age 34 OH, shoemaker; Levi HECKART, age 32 OH, farmer; Isabel, age 25 OH; Thomas, age 11 months IL, born Sept 1869.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 206, St Elmo, Fayette Co IL, page 125:  Peter HECKERT, age 45 OH, single, shoemaker, father born VA, mother born OH; Mary HECKERT, age 43 OH, sister, single, father born VA, mother born OH.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 300, Village of St. Elmo, Avena Twp, Fayette Co IL, page 18:  Peter HECKERT, age 65 OH, single, born Mar 1835, father born VA, mother born OH, no occupation listed.  He is a boarder living with James and Sadie SCOLES.

[from Gary Feezel at Find a Grave]  Peter Heckert's death record, Fayette Co IL:  Died 16 Dec 1902, age 67 yrs 9 m 11 dys.  He was a shoemaker.  Married.  Born at Marion OH.  Burial at ST. Elmo, IL.  

Hettinger, William H.*   24 Aug 1862
Private Hettinger was age 18 when he entered service.  He died 24 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1844>OH
Marriage:  
Death:   24 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:   Vicksburg National Cem.  [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  William HETTINGER, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 24 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: typho mal fever.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.  

Are these William's parents?  Wayne County Probate Court record:  John HETTINGER married Lydia GEORGE on 31 Mar 1844 in Wayne Co OH.  

1850 Census, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 209, Family 209:  John YARGER,age 52 PA, farmer; E. [female] 48 PA; Sarah, age 20 PA; Isaac, age 16 PA, farmer; Samuel, age 12 OH; E. [female], age 10 OH; William HETTINGER, age 6 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 221:  William H HETTINGER, age 15 OH and John HETTINGER, age 13 OH, are living with Henry and Lydia A OVER and their family.  [Henry OVER married Lydia YORK/YEARICK on 20 Jan 1848 in Ashland Co. OH........See Henry OVER below in this company.]

 

Hildebrand, William   19 Aug 1862
Private Hildebrand was age 18 when he entered service.  He was discharged 18 Mar 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana, on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Jacob HILDEBRAND
Mother:  Elizabeth WHITE
Birth: 1844 OH
Marriage:  Almira   [MmeDefarge tree at Ancestry.com says she was Almira LAWRENCE.  Married 11 Nov 1866, Marion Co IN]]
Death:   24 Oct 1902 at Peru, IN
Cemetery:   Chili Cemetery, Miami Co IN

Stone PhotoPhoto credit: Connie Kline at Find a Grave
Chili Cem, Miami Co IN
William 1844-1902
Almira C.  1845-1916

 Pension Index:  William HILDEBRAND, F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1875 Dec 20, Application 211875, Certificate 164512.   Widow Almira HILDEBRAND filed 1902 Nov 1, Application 772667, Certificate 553142, filed in Indiana.  Pension Card:  William died 24 Oct 1902 at Peru, IN.  

Haven't found 1850.

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 85:  Jacob HILDERBRAND, age 44, Germany, blacksmith; Elizabeth, age 37 Maryland; Matilda, age 19 OH; Harriet, age 17 OH; William, age 14 OH; Ellen, age 6 OH; Loren [male] OH; Jacob, age 4 OH; John K SMALLEY, age 19 OH; Edward BURGER, age 20 OH.  [ Note: ?????parents????Richland County Probate Court record:  Jacob HILDEBRAND married Elizabeth WHITE on 12 Mar 1840 in Richland Co OH. They are buried in Ashland Cemetery.]

Married Almira <1867> [MmeDefarge tree at Ancestry.com says she was Almira LAWRENCE.]

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 343, Richland Twp, Miami Co IN, page 243:  Wm HILDEBRAND, age 25 OH, com laborer; Elmira, age 25 OH.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 298, Chili, Richland Twp, Miami Co IN, page 446:  William HILDERBRAND, age 35 OH, laborer; father born Bavaria, mother born MD; Elmira, wife, age 35 OH, father born OH, mother born MD; Ira, son, age 9 IN.  

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Series T 623 Roll 393, Chili, Richland Twp, Miami Co IN, page 274:  Wm HILDEBRAND, age 55 OH,   born July 1844, married 33 yrs, laborer, father born Germany, mother born MD; Myra, wife, age ?55 OH, born June 18 ......., parents born MD; Ira, son, age 29 IN, born Oct 1871?, married 3 yrs, printer; Grace, daughter in law, age 21 PA, born June 18.....; 0 children, married 3 yrs, parents born PA.  [The birth dates and ages were very hard to read.

In 1910 Almira [Myria] was living with her son Ira and his wife in Peru, Miami Co IN.

Almira C. HILDERBRAND, Indiana, Death Index, 1882-1920, died 28 Nov 1916 at Peru, IN, age 71, born about 1845.  

Miami County, IND. Cemeteries, Vol. 2, Richland, Jefferson and Erie Townships,  by Wendell C and Jean C Tombaugh, 1988
Chili Cemetery:  HILDEBRAND, William  1844-1902 with military marker for Co F 120th Ohio Inf.
Almira C HILDEBRAND 1845-1916  and    Ira L HILDEBRAND 1870-1922

William's brother:  Ohio, Death Records:  Lorin D HILDEBRAND died 18 Aug 1925 at Ashland Co OH.  Address 107 E. Walnut St.  Age 77.  Widowed.  Occupation Police Officer.  Born 5 Jan 1848 at Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Burial: Ashland Cemetery.  Father Jacob HILDEBRAND, born Germany.  Mother Elizabeth WHITE born Ashland Co OH.  Spouse, Sarah Ann HILDEBRAND.  Informant: Matie HILDEBRAND.  [Jacob's and Mary Ella's death records confirm the mother's maiden name.]

Hilliard, Aaron   25 Aug 1862
Private Hilliard was age 39 when he entered service. [E 48th] He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 1 Nov 1822 PA  [Stone says 1 Oct 1822.]  
Marriage:  1 Lydia OSTERSTOCK, PA. 1844 in PA [Find a Grave]
2 Sarah E. ????
Death:   19 Mar 1900, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Leavenworth, Leavenworth Co KS
Cemetery:  Edgmand Cemetery, Columbus, Cherokee Co KS
Aaron Hilliard, Edgmand Cemetery, Cherokee Co KS Photo Credit:  Mary Casey at Find a Grave.

 Edgmand Cemetery, Columbus, Cherokee Co KS:  Aaron HILLIARD born 1 Nov 1822 [His sttone says 1 Oct.] in PA.  Died 19 Mar 1900 in Leavenworth KS.  Pvt in Co F 120th and 114th Ohio Inf.  [It looks like Lydia is on the back of Aaron's stone.  Lydia HILLIARD born 16 Oct 1824 and died 26 Nov 1893.  He does have a GAR military metal marker by his stone.]  

Pension Index:  Aaron HILLIARD, E 48th, F120th and E 114th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1886 Dec 20, Application 591749, Certificate 641416.   Widow Sarah E. HILLIARD filed 1900 July 2, Application 722490, no Certificate, filed in Kansas.  [Note:  Who was the Sarah that Aaron married after Lydia died?]  

1850 Census, Forks Twp, Northampton Co PA, Dwelling 265, Family 282:  Aaron HILLIARD, age 28 PA, shoemaker; Lydia, age 26 PA; Emeline, age 2 PA; Clinton, age one Pa; Reuben WERKHISER?, age 20 PA, shoemaker; Edwin HILLIARD, age 5 PA.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 119:  Aaron HILLIARD, age 38 PA, shoemaker; Lydia, age 36 PA; Emeline, age 12 PA; Clinton J, age 10 PA; Anna M, age 8 PA; Willson, age 7 OH; Benj F, age 5 OH; James B?, age 3 OH; Marion [male], age 1 OH.  [Emaline died in KS 4 Sep 1869 and Clinton J, died in KS 20 Sep 1869.  James B died in KS 23 Mar 1879.]

[William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas, 1883, pub. by Andreas] Aaron married Miss Lydia OSTERSTOCK, PA. 1844 in PA.  Went to KS in 1868

US Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885:  Clinton J. HILLIARD, age 20, died August 1869 of "inflammation fever."  Ross, Cherokee Co, KS.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 430, Ross Twp, Cherokee Co, KS, page 100:  Aaron HILLIARD, age 50 PA, farmer; Lydia, age 48 Pa; Anna, age 19 PA; Benjamin, age 16 OH; James B, age 14 OH; Marion, age 11 OH; William H, age 9 OH.  [William H died in KS 29 Dec 1872.]

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 376, Ross Twp, Cherokee Co KS, page 575:  Aaron HILLARD, age 59 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Lydia, wife, age 58 PA, parents born PA; Marion, son, age 21 OH, farm laborer.  

William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas
1883 Ross Twp
"A. HILLIARD, farmer, Section 27, P. O. Columbus, was born in Pennsylvania, November 1, 1820. He received a business education and began the boot and shoe business at the age of twenty-two, which he continued eight years. He then went to Ohio and carried on the boot and shoe business for fifteen years. Came to Kansas in 1868, when he settled on a farm of 160 acres, which he has improved, and is now growing grain, stock and fruits. He has running water for stock on his farm and artificial ponds. It is enclosed with three and one-half miles of good hedge fence and 250 rods wire fence. He was married to Miss Lidie Osterstock, of Pennsylvania, in 1844. They have three children living- Benjamin F., Annie M. and Marion. They have lost eight children- Emeline, Edwin, William, Clinton J., James B., Grant, William (II) and Willis."

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Lydia died in 1893.  

In 1893 the Dept. of the Interior reported that Aaron HILLIARD was living at Columbus, Cherokee Co KS.  

Married Sarah E.

National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938 at Leavenworth KS:  
Aaron HILLIARD, enlisted 25 Aug 1862 at Ashland, OH, rank Private.  Co E 48th OH Inf.  Discharged 14 Oct 1865 at Houston TX at expiration of his term of service.  Disabilities: disease of eyes and rectum, chronic diarrhoea, etc.  
Born PA,  Age 74.  Height 5'7".  Complexion fair.  Eyes blue.  Hair gray.  Can read and write.  Religion Protestant.  Occupation shoemaker.  Residence subsequent to discharge: Columbus KS.  Widower.  Nearest relative: B. F. Hilliard of Monett, MO.  
Date of Admission 21 Dec 1895.  Date of discharge Aug 13, 1896 at his own request.  Readmitted 30 Aug 1899.  Date of death: 19 Mar 1900.  Cause: epithalioma of left ear.
Cash found on person: $11.04 deposted with treasurer: Paid to Mrs. Sarah E. HILLIARD, widow of deceased as per voucher #930  25 May 1900
Personal effects shipped to Sarah E. Hilliard, Empire City [Cherokee Co] KS, 26 May 1900.  

 

Hollet  [WALLET], Daniel*   18 Feb 1864              Daniel WALLET  
Not listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors as Daniel HOLLET, Co F 120th OH Inf.    Is listed, instead, as Daniel WALLET.  
Private Hollet was age 18 when he entered service.  He was killed 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana.  No burial information given in the Roll of Honor.

Father: Benjamin WALLET
Mother:  Susanna ??SCHU
Birth: <1844-6>PA
Marriage:  
Death:   3 May 1864, Shot at Snaggy Point, Red River LA
Cemetery:   

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

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Card:  Daniel WALLET, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Mother applied 10 Aug 1888, Application 378396, Certifictae 390365, filed in OH.  Pension Index:  Mother Susanna WALLET

1850 Census, West Deer Twp, Allegheny Co PA, Dwelling 76, Family 77:  Benjamin WALLET, age 45 PA, cooper; Susanna, age 49 PA.
Dwelling 85, Family 86: Daniel BLACK, age 51 PA, farmer; Mary BLACK, age 52 PA; George WALLET, age 33 PA, laborer; John WALLET, age 19 PA, bricklayer; Mary A. WALLET, age 17 PA; Margaret WALLET, age 15 PA; Susanna WALLET, age 10 PA; Benjamin WALLET, age 8 PA; Daniel WALLET, age 6 PA; Samuel WALLET, age 4 PA; Elizabeth WALLET, age one, PA; Joseph MURRAY, age 10 PA.  

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 441, Family 441:  Benjamin WALLET, age 55 PA, cooper; Susana, age 45 PA; Benjamin, age 18 PA; Susana, age 21 PA; Daniel, age 16 PA; Samuel, age 13 PA; Elizabeth, age 11 PA; William, age 8 PA; Melinda, age 5 OH.  

1870 Census, Sandy Twp, Tuscarawas Co OH, Dwelling 145, Family 148:  Benj. WALLETT, age 64 PA, cooper; Susan, age 60 PA; [next page] Benj, age 26 PA, laborer; Wm, age 19 PA; Elisabeth, age 22 PA; Malinda, age 16 OH; Elenora, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Sandyville, Sandy Twp, Tuscarawas Co OH:  Dwelling 239, Family 268:  Benjamin WALET, age 74 PA, father born PA?, mother ????, cooper; Susanna, wife, age 70 PA, father born Conn.?, mother ???.

Father's death record:  Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  Benjamin WALLET died 15 Feb 1885 at Sandyville, Tuscarawas Co OH.  Age 79.  born <1806> in PA.  Occuaption: cooper.  Married.  Residence Sandyville.

Mother's death record:  Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997: Susan WALLET died 4 Aug 1894 at Sandy Twp, Tuscarawas Co OH, age 84, born <1810> in PA.  Residence Mineral Point.  Widowed.  

??Brother's marriage: Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  William C. WALLETT married Mrs. Anna R. HISNER on 10 Jun 1903 at Tuscarawas, OH.  He was age 49 at Bakerstown, PA.  Father Benjamin WALLETT.  Mother Susan SCHU.  Anna was age 55 born New Berlin, OH.  Her father Anthony HISNER.  Her mother Susan HARKER.  The groom was not previously married.  The bride was previously married once and divorced.  

Holmes, Jonathan   19 Dec 1862
Private Holmes' age upon entering service was not given.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; transferred to Co. D 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 3 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of War Dept.
Father: Daniel HOLMES
Mother:  Elizabeth HARE
Birth: <1829>
Marriage:  Caroline GAST
Death:   14 Feb 1915 at Dayton, OH
Cemetery:    Zion Cem. Miamisburg, Montgomery Co, OH
Not at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Jonathan HOLMES, D 114th and F 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1877 Aug 1, Application 239916, Certificate 160898, but no state was given.  Pension Card:  Jonathan died 14 Feb 1915 at Dayton, OH.

??1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 18, Family 18: Daniel HOLMES, age 60 MD, farmer; Nancy, age 56 PA; Christena, age 18 OH; Isaac, age 17 OH, farmer; Alfred, age 13 OH; Rebecca, age 11 OH.  [Find a Grave:  Daniel, husband of Nancy, died 3 Dec 1867, buried at Old Dutch Reformed Cem, Congress, Wayne Co OH. Nancy died 1857.]

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1051, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 353:  Jonathan HOLMES, age 31 OH, carpenter; Caroline, age 28 PA; Wilson, age 7 OH; Rose E, age 5 OH; Avy I [female], age 2 OH; Danl HOLMES, infirm, age 71 MD.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1280, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 135:  John HOLMES, age 39 OH, carpenter; Caroline, age 38 OH; Rosa Ellen, age 14 OH; Evy Ida, age 10 OH; Servutus L [male], age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, West Salem, Wayne Co OH, Series T9 Roll 1076, page 153, Dwelling 20, Family 20:  Jonathan HOLMES, age 50 OH, grocer, parents born PA; Caroline, wife, age 49 PA, parents born PA; Eva I, daughter, age 22 OH; Servatus, son, age 12 OH; George GAST, age 83 PA, retired wagon maker, parents born PA; Mary GAST, wife, age 80 PA, parents born PA.  [ George and Mary GAST were Caroline's parents.]

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1307, 6th Ward Dayton, Montgomery Co OH, page 237:  John J HOLMES, age 70 PA, born July 1829, married 51 yrs, carpenter, parents born PA; Caroline, wife, age 69 PA, born Dec 1830, married 51 yrs, 5 children/3 still living, parents born PA; Eva NELSON, daughter, age 42 OH, born May 1858, single; Nova NELSON, gd daughter, age 13 OH, born June 1886, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1218, Miami Twp, Montgomery Co OH, page 94:  Jonathan HOLMES, age 81 PA, first marriage, married 59 yrs, retired farmer parents born PA, Column 30 marked UA for service in the military; Caroline, wife, age 79 PA, first marriage, married 59 yrs, 5 children, 3 still living, parents born PA; Ivy NELSON, daughter, age 52 OH, divorced, 3 children/1 still living, housework at home.   

Death record in Ohio: File # 10644, Johnithan HOLMES died 14 Feb 1915 at Miami Twp, Montgomery Co OH.  Widowed.  Retired.  Born 28 July 1828 in OH.  Parents Daniel HOLMES and Elizabeth HARE, born OH.  Burial Zions Cem. [??Miamisburg?] Informant S. V. HOLMES of Dayton OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 10802, Caroline HOLMES died 27 Feb 1914 at Miami Twp, Montgomery Co Oh.  Born 26 Dec 1830 in PA.  Married. Parents George GARST or GAST and Polly BEAR, born PA.  Informant JJ HOLMES of Miamisburg OH.  Burial Zions Cem.  [Daughter, Eva's death record had Caroline's maiden name as GAST.  She had been married to Clark NELSON.]

Houser, Solomon   21 Aug 1862
Private Houser was age 38 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Discharged 25 May 1865, on Surgeon's cerificate of disability.  
Father: ??Jacob HOUSER
Mother:  ?Sarah ????
Birth: 1828 - 1831 OH
Marriage:  1Orcilla [Ursula] DEPPELER or DEPPLER on 20 Feb 1851
2Martha Susan WEYGANDT, 15 Apr 1873, Ashland Co OH.  
Death:   19 Feb 1898 at Jeromesville, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:   Jeromesville Cem, Ashland Co OH
Solomon Houser, Jeromesville Cemetery, Ashland Co OHPhoto Credits:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  Soloman HOUSER, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Co E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 10 Nov 1865, Application 95325, Certificate 140355.  Widow, Mattie S. Houser also applied 8 Apr 1898, Application 674063, Certificate 468971, filed in OH.       Soloman died 19 Feb 1898.  

1850 Census, Mohican Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 17, Family 17:  Jacob HOUSER, age 60 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 49 PA; Solomon, age 20 OH, farmer; Abraham, age 18 OH, farmer; Susannah, age 16 OH; Anna, age 12 OH; Elizabeth, age 8 OH.  [Jacob died 1862 and Sarah died 1867,  buried at Bethel Cemetery, Jeromesville, Ashland Co OH.]

 Are his siblings Peter and Abraham and Sarah who were married in the 1850s in Ashland Co?  Mary, who was married in 1847 or 1864?  Elizabeth in 1865?

Ashland County Data Files, Early Marriage Bonds of Ohio by DAR:  Solomon HOUSER married Orcilla DEPPELER or DEPPLER on 20 Feb 1851.
Ohio, County Marriages:  Solomon HOUSER married Miss Orcilla DEPPELER, 20 Feb 1851, Ashland Co OH.

1860 Census, Series M 653 Roll 930, Rowsburg, Ashland Co OH, page 231:  Solomon HOUSER, age 32 OH, shoemaker; Urcilla, age 32 Germany; Jacob, age 9 OH; Henry, age 7 OH; David, age 4 OH; Mary, age 1 OH.  

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 1169, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 797:  Solomon HOUSER, age 43 OH, farmer; Urcula, age 44 Germany; Jacob, age 19 OH; Henry, age 17 OH, carpenter; David, age 12 OH; Mary J, age 10 OH.  

Ursula died 17 Nov 1872.  Also buried at Jeromesville Cemetery, Ashland Co OH.

Ohio, County Marriages:  Soloman HOUSER married Mattie S. WIGANT, 15 Apr 1873, Ashland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 205: Solomon HASER or HUSER, age 50 OH, works in Saw Mill, parents born PA; Martha, wife, age 35 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Jacob, son, age 29 OH, farmer; David A, son, age 23 OH, machinist; Ursula, daughter, age 8 OH; Wilbur, son, age 5 OH, parents born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 43, House 21, Family 22:  Soloman HOUSER, Pvt, Co ? 114th OVI.  Post Office: Jeronmesville, OH.  Disabilities:  ?General disability and sore eyes.

Department of the Interior record shows Solomon HOUSER living in Jeromeville, Ashland Co OH on 7 June 1893.

Ashland County Data Files: Solomon HOUSER died 1898.  Buried Jeromesville Cem.  [Note: Inscription on stone, Born 1830 Died 1898]

2nd Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 49434, Martha Susan HOUSER died 24 Aug 1917 at Jeromeville, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Widow.  Born 4 Feb 1845 in OH.  Father David WEYGANDT, born PA.  Mother Rachel KNOWLIN, born OH.  Burial Jeromeville OH.  Informant Elizabeth WEYGANDT, of Jeromeville OH.  

Ohio death record:  Soloman HOUSER died 19 Feb 1898 at Jeromesville, Ashland Co OH.  Age 67.  Born 1831.  

Martha Susan HOUSER died 24 Aug 1917, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH.  

Hughes, William   22 Aug 1862
1st Lieutenant Hughes was age 23 when he entered service.  He transferred as 2d Lieutenant from Co. C on 31 Dec 1863; promoted to 1st Lieut. on 21 Mar 1864; mustered out 27 Nov 1864 by reason of consolidation.
Father: William HUGHES
Mother:  Martha BELL [61DHB tree at Ancestry.com]
Birth: <1839>
Marriage:  Alice M.
Death:   13 Mar 1909, Lima Twp, LaGrange Co IN
Cemetery:   Riverside Cemetery, Lagrange Co, IN
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Connie Brower at Find a Grave

Pension Index: William Hughes, Companies F and C 120th OH.  Invalid filed 28 Aug 1890, Application 932443, Certificate 693868, filed in IN.  Widow, Alice M HUGHES, filed 1909 May 22, Application 920478, Certificate 684615, filed in IN.  Pension Card:  Died 1909.  Had a widow.  

1850 Census, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 126, Family 127:  Rev.William HUGHES, age 48 PA, Old School Presbyterian; M B [female], age 48 PA; John W, age 18 OH, farmer; T E [male], age 16 OH, farmer; [next page]J M [male], age 14 OH; M J [female] age 12 OH; William, age 10 OH; M [male], age 6 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 276:  William HUGHES, age 58 PA, O.S.P. preacher; Martha, age 58 PA; John, age 29 OH, farmer; Mary J, age 23 OH; William, age 21 OH; Melancthan, age 16 OH; Sarah NELLS or WELLS, age 60 PA; John BROWN, age 15 PA.  [Martha B WELLS, wife of Rev. W. died 5 May 1873, buried Perrsville Union Cem, Ashland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 333, Lima Hotel, Lima, LaGrange Co IN, page 253:  Wm HUGHES, age 30 OH, physician.  

Married <1874>

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 290, Lima, LaGrange Co IN, page 325:  Wm H HUGHES, age 41 OH, phys. and surgeon, father born OH, mother born NY; Alice W or M, wife, age 31 IN, mother born OH; Sizzie H, daughter, age 5 IN; Willie E, son, age 4 IN.  [Tombstone: William E, 22 Jun 1876-25 Apr 1881;  Elizabeth H, born 14 Dec 1874, died 10 May 1881.]

Not in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 383, Lima Twp, LaGrange Co IN, page 99:  William HUGHES, age 61 OH, born Apr 1839, marred 26 yrs, physician, parents born PA; Allice W, wife,age 51 IN, born Mar 1849, married 26 yrs, father born ?, mother born OH; Robert W, son, age 16 IN, born Aug 1883 IN; Marjorie, daughter, age 14 IN, born Mar 1886; Maud ?FARQUAR, cook, age 19 OH, single, born Oct 1880, parents born OH.

Index to Death Records LaGrange Co IN:  William HUGHES died 13 Mar 1909 in Lima Twp, age 70 yrs.

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1471, 2nd Ward Columbia, Richland Co, SC, page 100:  Robert W HUGHES, age 26 IN, boarder [with William Henry ROWLETTE], parents born IN, professor of music in a school; Alice M HUGHES, boarder, age 59 IN, widow, parents born IN.  

1920 Census, Prescott St, 8th Ward Cambridge, Middlesex Co MA, page 243:  Robert W HUGHES, age 36 IN, single, father born OH, mother born IN, music teacher; Alice M, mother, age 71 IN, widow, mother born OH.  

 

Jackson, William J.   25 Feb 1864
Private Jackson was age 32 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  [also, B 48th, G 13th Iowa Infantry]
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 1832 PA
Marriage:  ??Sarah ????
Death:   7 Oct 1895, CO
Cemetery:   IOOF Cem, Prospect Heights, Fremont Co, CO
Stone PhotoPhoto credit: Doyle Brewer at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  William J JACKSON, B 48th, E 114th, F 120th OH, G 13th Iowa Infantry.  Invalid filed 13 Nov 1862, Application 4295, Certificate 17821.  Minor pension filed, guardian Sarah A LARSON, 30 March 1897, Application 651846, Certificate 973957, filed in CO.

??????????Missouri, Marriages, 1750-1920: William J. JACKSEN married Sarah A. MORRISON, 16 Oct 1873 at Worth Co, MO.  

Wife 1880 Census, Adams Twp, Dallas Co, IA, Dwelling and Family numbers are not readable, page stamped 344 A; looked on Heritage Quest copy and it looks like Dwelling 505, Family 519:  Sarah JACKSON, age 32 MO married, father born VA, mother born MO; Ella, daughter, age 5 IA, father born PA, mother born MO; Anna, daughter, age 5 IA, father born PA, mother born MO ; Eva, daughter, age 2 IA, father born PA, mother born MO; Spicer WIZE or MIZE, age 15 Idaho Terr, nephew, parents born MO.  

1880 Census, Arkansas River, Fremont Co CO, Dwelling 354, Family 369:  John TILLERY, age 50 GA, teamster; William, son, age 18 GA, laborer; John, son, age 14 GA, laborer; Collumbus, son, age 11 AR; Charley, son, age 8 AR; W. J. JACKSON, age 50 PA, farmer, marriage status not marked; C. W. WHITE, age 59 OH, farmer.

1885 Colorado, State Census:  Gunnison Co, CO, Dwelling 171, Family 171:  Wm JACKSON, age 53 PA, married, parents born England, farmer; Sarah, age 37 MO, wife, father born VA, mother born MO; Ella, daughter, age 10 IA, father born PA, mother born MO; Annie, daughter, age 8 IA, father born PA, mother born MO; May, daughter, age 6 IA, father born PA, mother born MO ;  Eva [female], age 1 Canada, father born PA, mother born MO.

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  William was also in Co B 48th Ohio Inf. from 24 July 1865 to 9 May 1866.
IOOF Cem, Canon City, Fremont County, Colorado.  

Judd, Isaac   12 Aug 1862
Private Judd was age 27 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: William JUDD
Mother:  Nancy HERSHBERGER
Birth: Aug 1835 or 1833
Marriage:  Henrietta M. TOMPKINS, 27 Jun 1867, Columbia Co OH
Death:   1905
Cemetery:   Sent email to Canton West Lawn on 5 June 2013.  

Pension Index:  Isaac JUDD, E 48th, F 120th and E 114th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1875 March 26, Application 202251, Certificate 181561.   Widow Henrietta M. JUDD filed 1905 June 9, Application 829791, Certificate 597687, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  Isaac died 1905.  

1850 Census, Osnaburg, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 199, Family 205:  Wm JUDD, age 63 VA, farmer; Nancy, age 52 VA; Daniel, age 14 OH; Isaac, age 15 OH, farmer; Mary, age 22 VA; [next page]Elizabeth, age 20 VA.  {William JUDD and Nancy HERSHBERGER[2nd wife and Isaac's mother] married in Shenandoah Co VA [World Connect]}

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1037, Osnaburg village, Osnaburg Twp, Stark Co OH, page 219:  Isaac JUDD, age 24 OH, blacksmith.....he is living with John and Rebecca MYERS and family.  John is also a blacksmith.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Isaac JUDD married Henrietta M. TOMPKINS, 27 Jun 1867, Columbia Co OH.

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1184, Salem Boro, Perry Twp, Columbiana Co OH, page 268:  Isaac JUDD, age 33 OH, blacksmith; Henrietta, age 26 PA; Charlie, age 2 OH; Florence, age 11 months OH, born in June 1869.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1002, Salem, Perry Twp, Columbiana Co OH, page 549:  Isaac JUDD, age 45 OH, blacksmith, father born VA, mother born VA?; Henrietta, wife, age 37 PA, father born PA, mother born Ireland?; Charles R, son, age 12 OH; Florence M, daughter, age 11 OH; Maggie O, daughter, age 6 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Canton, Stark Co OH:  Line 23, House 138:  Isaac JUDD, Pvt, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Post Office:  S. ?Piedmont, W. Canton, OH.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1322, 7th Ward Canton, Stark Co OH, page 54:  Isaac JUDD, age 67 OH, born Aug 1833, married 33 yrs, parents born OH; Henrietta, wife, age 57 PA, born Sep 1842, married 33 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born PA; Margaret, daughter, age 26 OH, single, born Mar 1874, dressmaker.  

Canton Repository, Friday, 20 May 1904, page 8:  "Survivors of the 120th OVI   Dr. Samuel S. Robinson, Isaac Judd, John Sexton and John C. Kiester, residents of this city who were members of the One Hundred and Twentieth regiment, O.V.I., are making preparations to attend the annual reunion of that regiment at Shreve June, 6.  This regiment was recruited in Ashland, Richland, Holmes and Wayne counties.  The four men mentioned above are the only members residing in Canton at present."

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Isaac JUDD burial 1905.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1231, N. Ninth St, 6th Ward Canton, Stark Co OH, page 248:  Henrietta M JUDD, age 66 PA, widow, 3 children/3 still living, parents born PA; John B ?PROVINS, lodger, age 58 OH, single, parents born Ireland, tool maker in watch works; James R VANCE, son-in-law, age 37 Canada, first marriage, married 5 yrs, parents born Ireland, engraver in watch works; Margaret L VANCE, daugher, age 33 OH, first marriage, married 5 yrs, no children.

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 70064, Henrietta JUDD, of 523 W. Perry St, Bucyrus OH, died 15 Dec 1931 in Bucyrus, Crawford Co OH.  Widow of Isaac JUDD.  Born 14 Sep 1843 in OH.  Parents George TOMPKINS and ?? CHISHOLM.  Burial Canton OH.  Informant Anna W KELLER of 523 W. Perry St, Bucyrus OH.  

Keiffer, Josiah   28 Aug 1862
Private Keiffer was age 22 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.] Listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors as Joseph KEIFFER.
Father: ?Adam KEIFFER
Mother:  ? Mary LEISHURE
Birth: <1840> OH
Marriage:  
Death:  
Cemetery:   Alexandria National Cemetery, Rapides Parish, LA., Sec A, Grave 752
Two names at Alexandria National Cem, Rapides Parish, LA.
Jere. KELEHER, grave 752, is on the stone at Alexandria. Because the stone at Alexandria is marked USA rather than Ohio, I think this grave number 752 could be for the regular army soldier and not for Josiah Keiffer.  However, when I look at all the evidence for the soldier buried in 752, I have to think that it is Josiah Keiffer.  
Keleer, Jere, d. 09/30/1864, PVT CO F 120 OHIO INF, Plot: A 752  
Kelcher, Jermish, d. 09/30/1864, PVT CO F 120TH OHIO INF, Plot: 752  [There was a Jeremiah KELCHER in the US regular army, in the 17th Inf. and the 26th Inf.]

Josiah KEIFFER at Alexandria National Cemetery, LouisianaRequested use of photo at Find a Grave on 6 June 2013.  [Photographer Zombie finder.]

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

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  Jeremiah KELCHER/KELEHER, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Died 30 Sep 1864.  Original burial:  Pleasant Hill, LA.  Grave number 752 at Alexandria National Cem, Pineville LA.  
Second record:  Jeremiah KELCHER, Pvt, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 30 Sept 1864, original burial at Pleasant Hill, LA.  Alexandria National Cem., Section A 752.  

Listed at Nationwide Gravesite Locator as Jere KELHER, Pvt Co F 120 OH, died 30 Sep 1864, Section A site 752.  

[Note: the other soldier of the 120th who was originally buried in Pleasant Hill LA and then moved to Alexandria was Amos Kepner, also of this Company F.  He died at Tyler, Texas [Camp Ford] in the rebel prison camp also on 30 Sept 1864.  So I am wondering if this soldier Josiah/Joseph Keiffer might have been in that same prison camp.]

Have not found in Pension Index for soldier of the 120th.

?????1850 Census, Montgomery, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 316, Family 332:  Jacob KEIFER, age 53 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 51 PA; Daniel, age 26 PA, farmer; Levina, age 18 PA; Maria, age 16 PA; William, age 14 PA; Caroline, age 12 PA; Josiah, age 10 PA.  

1850 Census, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 33, Family 33:  Adam KEEFER, age 54 PA, farmer; Mary, age 50 PA; Daniel, age 25 OH, carpenter; Jesse, age 19 OH, laborer; Mary, age 16 OH; Cathrine, age 16 OH; Josiah, age 9 OH; Isaiah, age 6 OH.

1860 Census, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 503, Family 521:  Jesse Keiffer, age 28 OH, farmer; Mary, age 60 PA; Mary, age 25 OH; Josiah, age 20 OH; [next page] Isaiah, age 16; Elizabeth ??LEISNIE, age 87 PA.  

1870 Jessie, Mary, and Mary are still living in Green twp, but Josiah is not there.  Dwellings 211 and 212.  

?Brother's Death Ohio Death record:  Jessie S. KEIFFER, died 9 Dec 1909 at Bryan, Williams Co OH.  Age 78y 9m 22d.  Married.  Retired lumberman.  Born 17 Feb 1831, Wain [?Wayne] Co OH.  Burial, Fountain Grove, Bryan, OH.  Father Addam KEIFFER born PA.  Marry LEISHURE born PA.  

Probably another soldier.   Josiah KIEFFER/KIEFER, 169th, OH Inf.  National Guard.  Organized at Camp Taylor, Cleveland, Ohio, and mustered in May 13, 1864. Left State for Washington, D. C., May 19. Attached to 1st Brigade, DeRussy's Division, 22nd Army Corps, to July, 1864. 2nd Brigade, DeRussy's Division, 22nd Army Corps, to August, 1864. Assigned to duty in the Defences of Washington south of the Potomac as garrison at Fort Ethan Allen and in fortifications south of the Potomac till September. Repulse of Early's attack on Washington July 11-12. Mustered out September 4, 1864.  Pension Index:  Josiah M. KIEFFER, Co A 169th OH Inf.  Widow, Allie KIEFFER, filed 25 May 1877.  Application 231596, Certificate 245418. No state give for the filing.]

Keith, Andrew B.   24 Mar 1864
Private Keith was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Discharged 16 May 1865, at Coumbus, OH, on surgeon's certificate of disability.  
Father: Henry KEITH
Mother:  Mary BROWN
Birth: 5 Oct 1845, OH
Marriage:   Margaret T. HALTER, 26 Aug 1869, Richland Co OH
Death:    15 Jan 1914, Mansfield, Richland Co OH
Cemetery:   Mansfield Cemetery, age 68yrs, 3 mths, 10 dys, Section 5, Lot 6.

Pension Index:  Andrew B KEITH, F 120th, E 114th and B 48th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1880 Jan 5, Application 336542, Certificate 222783.  Widow Margaret T. KEITH filed 1914 Feb 2, Application 1021625, Certificate 771268, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  Andrew died 15 Jan 1914.  

??1850 Census, Bucyrus, Crawford Co OH, Dwelling 1604, Family 1609, Hotel:  J. G. KEITH, age 32 OH, innkeeper; Mary, age 34 NJ, Martha A., age 11 OH; [next page]Mary C, age 7 OH; Andrew, age 5 OH; Sophia KLINE, age 20 OH; Jacob WILSON, age 24 OH, laborer; Jno. McPHERSON, age 51 NY?, mason; James HAGGERTY, age 40 Ireland, laborer.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1029, Franklin Twp, Richland Co OH, page 376:  Andrew KEITH, age 15 OH, farm hand....Living with Abraham and Hannah  PITTENGER and family.

Ohio, County Marriages:  Andrew B. KEITH married Margaret T. HALTER, 26 Aug 1869, Richland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1261, Springfield Twp, Richland Co OH, page 341:  Andrew KEITH, age 24 OH, farm laborer; Margaret, age 25 OH; Elmer, age 6 OH; David, age 3 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1062, Mansfield, Richland Co OH, page 353:  Andrew B KEITH, age 34 OH, farmer, parents born NJ; Margret, wife, age 35 PA, parents born PA; Elmer, son, age 16 OH; David, son, age 13 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Mansfield, Richland Co OH:  Line 49, House 251, family 266:  Andrew B. KEITH, Pvt, 120 OVI.  Post Office: Mansfield OH.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1316, 3rd Ward Mansfield, Richland Co OH, page 139:  Andrew KEITH, age 54 OH, born Oct 1845, married 36 yrs, father born PA, mother born NJ, farmer; Margaret, wife, age 55 PA, born Sep 1844, married 36 yrs, 2 children/1 still living, parents born PA.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1225, 1st Ward Mansfield, Richland Co OH, page 70:  Andrew B KEITH, age 66 OH, married 46 yrs,  laborer...law?, father born PA, mother born NJ; Margret P, wife, age 65 PA, married 46 yrs, 3 children/ 1 still living, parents born PA.  [Can't read column 30 for military service.]

Death Record:  File # 5188, Andrew B KEITH, of 216 West 3rd,  died 15 Jan 1914 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Married.  Law Librarian at court house.  Born 5 Oct 1845 in OH.  Parents Henry KEITH and Mary BROWN, born PA.  Burial Mansfield.  Informant, Mr. ?Jion SEWARD of Mansfield OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio: File # 56734, Mrs. Margaret T KEITH, of 216 West Third St, died 25 Oct 1924 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Widowed.  Husband Andrew B KEITH.  Born 21 Sep 1844 in Cumberland Co PA.  Parents John HALTER or HOLTER and Isabelle SMITH, born PA.  Burial Mansfield Cem.  Informant Mrs. Mary CROOKS, of Mansfield OH.  

Kepner, Amos B.*   23 Feb 1864           
Private Kepner was age 18 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; he died 30 Sept 1864 in Rebel Prison at Tyler, Texas.  [Camp Ford]
The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Alexandria, Louisiana in section 18 grave 50.
Father: Amos M. KEPNER
Mother:  Susanna Rebecca BOYER
Birth: <1846>PA
Marriage:  
Death:   30 Sept 1864, Camp Ford, Tyler TX.  
Cemetery:  Alexandria National Cemetery, Pineville, Rapides Parish, LA:  Keckner, A, d. 09/30/1864, PVT CO F 120 OHIO INF, Plot: A 845.  United States Department of Veterans Affairs also lists this soldier as Co F, 120th OH Inf.  
Stone Photo Photo Credit:  Robert Lachney at Find a Grave

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: A. KECKNER, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 30 Sep 1864.  Original burial Pleasant Hill, LA.   Alexandria National Cemetery, Section A 845.

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

1850 Census, Salisbury, Lancaster Co PA, Dwelling 286, Family 307:  Amos KEPNER, age 39 PA, manufacturer; Rebecca, age 36 PA, wife; Sarah A., age 14 PA; George, age 12 PA; Jacob, age 9 PA; Isabella, age 8 PA; Amos, age 6 Pa; Franklin, age 4 PA; Lucy Ann, age 2 PA.  Isabella = Belle

Another child died in OH, Isaac A. child of A and R, buried at Dickey Church Cem, Ashland, OH.  5 months, 5 dys.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 114:  Amos KEPNER, age 48 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 45 PA; Jacob, age 18 PA, farm laborer; Isabelle, age 17 PA; Amos, age 15 PA; Franklin, age 14 PA; Lucy A, age 12 PA; Rebecca D, age 4 OH.  [Family moved to Michigan.]

1870 Census, Benton Twp, Eaton Co, MI, Dwelling 78, Family 77: Amos KEPNER, age 58 PA, farmer, Rebecca, age 55 PA; Franklin, age 23 PA, invalid; Sarah, age 21 OH; Ella, age 2 OH; Dora Trinkhouse, age 8 OH.  

 Parents Amos [10 Dec 1873] and Rebecca [11 Aug 1874] are buried at Mennonite Cem, Alto, Kent Co, MI.  

Christian Family Companion Obit. Index, May 1864 - Dec. 1875, Issue 24 Feb 1874 Amos Kepner [wife Rebecca BOYER] died in MI, age 61, Barry Co, Thorn Apple Church.  They died near Hastings, Barry Co MI.  

KLINGER, Andrew        See CLINGER, Andrew

Lair, Daniel*   28 Aug 1862
Corporal Lair was age 44 when he entered service.  He died 13 Jan 1863 at Keokuk, Iowa.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Keokuk, Iowa.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1818>
Marriage:  1?????
2Elizabeth HARTMAN, 5 Mar 1840, Wayne Co OH
Death:   13 Jan 1863 at Keokuk, IA
Cemetery:   Keokuk, Keokuk Co, IA.: Department of Veterans Affairs, Section B, Site 302, Keokuk National Cem.
Stone Photo Photo Credit:  Hobart Gray at Find a Grave

Register of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Daniel LAIR, Corporal, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Died 13 Jan 1863 at General Hospital Keokuk, IA.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.
Have not found in Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960.

Ohio Marriages:  Daniel LEHR married Elizabeth HARTMAN, 5 Mar 1840, Wayne Co OH.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 261, Family 261:  Daniel LAIR, age 32 PA, saw miller; Elizabeth, age 32 PA; Webster, age one OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 231:  Daniel LAYER, age 42 PA, laborer; Elizabeth, age 42 PA; Allen, age 7 OH.  

 

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1169, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 789:  Elizabeth LAIR, age 55 PA.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Rowsburg village, Ashland Co OH, page 197, Dwelling 6, Family 6:  Elizabeth LAIR, age 68 PA, widow, parents born Europe.  There is another woman living there too, age 65 PA, parents born PA, but her name is hard to read....last name starts with McHos....., ?Catherine?, age 65 PA, widow, parents born PA. No relationship is listed.  

Elizabeth died 3 Sep 1888.

Pension at fold3.com:
Daniel died at Keokuk, Iowa, 13 Jan 1863.
 Widow Elizabeth Lair applied for a pension 31 July 1863.  Wife Elizabeth HARTMAN, one minor child Allen. Widow's address in 1863 Rowsburgh, Ashland Co OH [also called "Rows" in the documents.   Soldier died of chronic diarrhea.  Soldier enrolled at Ashland.  Daniel LEHR and Elizabeth HARTMAN were married 5 Mar 1840 in Wayne Co OH, by D. GRAY, Minister of the Gospel.  Elizabeth died 3 Sep 1888.  Son Allen was born 9 Mar 1853 in Ashland Co OH.  Dr. H. BUCK was the physician in attendance when Allen was born in Ashland Co OH.  One document indicates that Daniel had been married before marrying Elizabeth and that he had no surviving child from that former marriage.  

Londerwitch, William*   20 Apr 1864          William LAUTERMILCH
Private Londerwitch was age 16 when he entered service.  He died 15 Aug 1864 at Morganzia, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Port Hudson, Louisiana.
Father: Welhelm/William LAUTERMILCH [died 26 Feb 1860 Shelby OH. [Family Search https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SBK6-L43 ]
Mother:  Regina Louisa HUEBSMAN[Family Search https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SBK6-L43 ] or HUEBACHMAN
Birth: 28 Sep 1848 Germany [Family Search https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SBK6-L43 ]
Marriage:  Single
Death:   15 Aug 1864 at Morganzia, Louisiana
Cemetery:   Port Hudson National Cemetery, Zachary,LA      Loutermile, Wm, d. 08/15/1864, PVT, Plot: 1103  This same soldier is listed at US Department of Veterans Affairs as Wm LOUTERMILE, Pvt, US Army, death 15 Aug 1864 at Port Hudson National Cem.  But the stone says USCT, which may stand for United States Colored Troops.  So if this is for the soldier of the 120th he may have been with the USCT at the time that he died.  But the Ohio Roster doesn't mention it.  
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Rita Graves at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  William LOUTTERMILCH, Pvt, Co F 120th died 16 Aug 1864 at Regimental Hospital.  Bowel problem.  

 Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  Wm LOUTERMILE, Private, Co F 20 [state]C, arm [of military] V.  Died 15 Aug 1864. Grave at Port Hudson National Cemetery A 1103.  

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  Wm. LOUTERMILE, Pvt, Co F 20th Reg, state C, Arm V.  Died 15 Aug 1864.  Port Hudson National Cemetery, Section 1, grave 1103.  

Pension Index:  William LAUTERMILCH, mother Regina L. SCHLOEZER.  Pension Card:  William LAUTERMILCH, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Mother applied 9 Nov 1891, Application 531970, Certificate 406527, filed in OH.

At Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, name is spelled LOUDERMILCH and LOUTERMILCH.

1860 Census, Ganges, Bloominggrove Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 884, Family 912: Louisa LOUTERMILCH, age 31 Germany, seamstress; William, age 12 Germany; Letta, age 8 OH; Ada, age 6 OH; Gustave, age 3 OH; Louisa [f] age 8 months OH....Was actually be Louis Conrad [m], born  9 Nov 1859.  

Ohio Marriages:  mother Louisa LAUTERMILCH married Charles SCHLOEZER on 14 Nov 1861 at Richland Co OH.  

Mother Louisa Schloezer died 1898, buried at Shelby-Oakland Cem, Richland Co OH.  She had a son Julius SCHLOEZER 1862-1866 who would have been half brother to the soldier William.  

Sister's death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Lisetta DOW died 9 Jun 1928 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Address 564 Parkave West.  Age 77, married.  Born 13 Jun 1850, Richland Co OH.  Burial Mansfield Cem.  Father William LAUTERMILL born Germany.  Mother HUEBACHMAN born Germany.  Spouse William DOW.  Informant Walter DOW, of 156 West 3rd St.  

Lutz, Emanuel*   30 Aug 1862    Alternate name LUTS
Private Lutz was age 21 when he entered service.   He died 17 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.
The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi, section C grave 127.
Father: ?John LUTZ
Mother:  ?Sarah?????
Birth: <1841>
Marriage:  
Death:   17 Feb 1863, Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:   Vicksburg National Cem., Warren Co MS  Lutz, Emanuel, d. 17 Feb 1863, Plot: C 2400, Pvt, Civil War, Co E 120th OH  [US Department of Veterans Affairs lists E. LUTZ, Co E, 120 OH, died 17 Feb 1863, buried Section C, site 2400.]
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Linda [Miller] at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  E. LUTZ, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 17 Feb 1863 at Field Hospital before Vicksburg Miss.  Cause: rubeola.

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  Moved from field on Ballards plantation below his residence [vicinity of Youngs Point LA].  Running number 1693.  E. LUTZ, Private, Co F 120th OH.  Died 17 Feb 1863.  Vicksburg section C 127

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  E. LUTZ, Co E [sic] 120 OH Reg.  Died 17 Feb 1863.  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Section C, Grave 2400.

Have not found in Pension Index.

1850 Census, have not found.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 102, Dwelling 312, Family 330:  John LUTZ, age 49 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 60 PA; Emanuel, age 18 PA; Sarah, age 15 PA; second family in dwelling...... John, age 24 PA, farmer; Eliza, age 20 OH.

1870 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 49, Family 49:  John LUTZ, age 69 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 70 PA, Sarah, age 23 PA.  

McCaleb, James R.*   7 Sept 1862         James R McCALIB
Private McCaleb was age 41 when he entered service.  He died 16 Mar 1863 on a hospital boat.  No burial information is given in the Roll of Honor.

Father: John McCALEB
Mother:  Sarah/Sallie  HOSACK [Find a Grave]
Birth: 23 Apr 1822 PA [WorldConnect]
Marriage:  Christena HIVELY, 8 May 1845, Wayne Co OH, died 23 July 1855
Death:   16 Mar 1863 on hospital boat "Nashville"
Cemetery:   No information.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Jas R McCALEB, Private, Do F 120th OH Inf, died 16 Mar 1863 on the floating hospital "Nashville"    Cause: diarrhoea.  

Have not found on Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1861-1960.  

Not found on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Index:  James R McCALIB, F 120th OH Inf.    A pension for a minor was applied for in 1863 June 8, Application 24065, Certificate 24420. but no state was given.  He guardian was John D. McCalib [There was a man by that name in Mt Pleasant, Westmoreland Co PA in 1860.].  

Ohio, County Marriages:  James R. McKALIP married Christena HIVELY, 8 May 1845, Wayne Co OH.  

1850 Census, Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, PA, Dwelling 229, Family 229:  James McCALEB, age 28 PA, laborer; Christiann [f], age 25 OH; Wilton, age 4 OH; Elmira, age 2 OH; Harriet, age 1 PA.  
Next door: 1850, Dwelling 228, Family 228: John McCALEB, age 70 PA, teacher; Sarah N. age 59 PA; Mary A, age 27 PA; Sally N, age 19 PA; Margaretta, age 29 PA; Hellen S., age 12 PA.  [There is a Sallie N. McCaleb buried at Middle Presbyterian Cemetery, Mt Pleasant, Westmoreland Co PA, died 1868.]

1860 Census, Mount Pleasant borough, Westmoreland Co PA, Dwelling 676, Family 687:  Sarah McCALEB, age 68 PA, seamstress; Marguaretta R, age 38 PA; Mary A., age 31 PA; Ellen S, age 20 PA; James R, age 36 PA, constable; Harriet, age 10 PA; Mary, age 6 PA; Wilson GRESS?, age 12 PA.  
[sister Margaretta R McCALEB died 8 Apr 1865, buried Middle Presbyterian Cemetery, Westmoreland PA.  sister Helen S. McCALEB died 23 Apr 1862, buried Middle Presbyterian Cemetery, Westmoreland PA.  Their mother Sarah H. Hosack McCALEB died 12 Dec 1868, buried Middle Presbyterian Cemetery, Westmoreland PA.]

the guardian?  1860 Census, Mount Pleasant borough, Westmoreland Co PA, Dwelling 658, Family 662: John McCALEB, age 34 PA, merchant; Sarah, age 33 PA; Sherrick, age 8 PA; Ellen, age 5 PA; George, age 1 PA; Elmira, age 11 PA; William TAYLOR, age 30 PA, pedler butters.  

brother 1870 Census, Wooster Ward 1, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 294, Family 271: Wilton McCALEB, age 24 OH, works in foundry; Anney, age 24, Zarrich Sweeden [actually Switzerland]; Milton or Wilton, age 3 OH; Hanny [Harry], age one OH.  
In 1880 this family is in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH, at 110 Fulton Alley.  W. R. is a cabinet maker.  In 1900 Wilton and Anna are living at 72 Penn S, Cleveland.  He is still a "wood turner." One son is an engineer and antoher is an artist.  In 1910 they are on West 31 st. Wilton is no longer working.  In 1920 Anna is widowed, living with son Harry on Detroit Ave.  Anna and Wilton are buried at Monroe Street Cemetery.  Wilton died 4 Apr 1913.  Anna Briugger Mccaleb died 8 May 1921.]

Daughter's death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Harriett McCaleb YAUDERS died 19 Feb 1935 at Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Residence Rowsburg OH.  Age 85.  Widow.  Born 16 Mar 1849 at West Moreland Co PA.  Burial Rowsburg Cemetery.  Father James McCALEB born West Moreland Co PA.  Mother Christiana HIVELY, born OH.  Spouse Joseph YAUDERS.  

John 31 Dec 1850 PA  still alive in 1863 when pension papers were started

Mary 6 Mar 1853 IN  still alive in 1863 when pension papers were started

Pension at fold3.com:
Assistant Adjutant General:  James enrolled in the service at Polk, OH.  "Died on board Hospital Boat Nashville March 16 1863 of Chronic Diarrhoea"  Applicant for pension was John D. McCaleb of Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland Co PA.  
James McCALEB's minor children: Elmira H. born 28 Sep 1847, Harriet born 16 Mar 1849, John born 31 Dec 1850, and Mary born 6 Mar 1853. Dates from Bible in handwriting of their father, testified to by Sally N McCaleb and Margaretha R McCaleb.  The attending physician for the births of John and Harriet was Dr. Neilson and nurse Mrs. Fritz.  Mary was born in Indiana, according to Sally and Margaretha.
  John D. McCaleb of Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland Co PA was guardian.  The mother of the children died 23 July 1855.  Another child was Wilton born 8 Jan 1846.  [Wilton reached age 16 before May 1863 so his name was crossed off in this pension paper.]

John R. McCALEB and Christena HIVELY were married in Wayne County OH on 8 May 1845 by Justice of the Peace, James McCoy, Esq.  

James died of diarrhoea and lung disease at Youngs Point, LA.  

 

McCarty, Hiram   4 Feb 1864
Private McCarty was age 44 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 16 Mar 1817 MD
Marriage:  Matilda FREADLINE [Kiplinger], 21 May 1850, Ashland Co OH
Death:   7 Dec 1905
Cemetery:   Nova Cem, Nova, Ashland Co OH
Stone PhotoStone PhotoPhoto credit: Bill Miller.

 Pension Index:  Hiram McCARTY, F 120th, E 114th and B 48th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1873 Aug 5, Application 185538, Certificate 411241, but no state was given.  Pension Card:  Hiram died 7 Dec 1905.  

Ashland County OH Marriages by Nellie M Raber:  Hiram McCARTY married Matilda KIPLINGER on 21 May 1850 in Ashland Co OH.  [Note: it looks like Hiram was married before marrying Matilda]  [Note: Matilda FREADLINE married William KIPLINGER on 21 Jun 1849]

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 47, Family 47:  Catherine FREDLINE, age 67 PA; Hiram McCARTY, age 27 MD, laborer; Matilda, age 26 PA; William, age 8 OH; Catherine, age 2 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 949 Salem Twp, Columbiana Co OH, page 398:  Hiram McCARTY, age 43 VA, hackman; Matilda, age 39 OH; William, age 17 OH; Mary C, age 12 OH; George W, age 10 OH; John C, age 5 OH; Saml, age 3 OH; Esoms, [male], age 5 months OH; J. CLAPSADDLE, [male], age 45 OH, merchant.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1169, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 649:  Hiram McCARTY, age 52 MD, teamster; Matilda, age 45 PA; George W, age 19 OH, farm laborer; John, age 15 OH; Samuel A, age 12 OH; ?Arons B [male], age 10 OH.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 231:  Hiram McCARTY, age 63, farm? laborer; wife Matilda; John, son, age 25 OH, farm laborer,  father born MD.  This one was hard to read so it is less complete.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Troy, Ashland Co OH:  Line 45, House 122, Family 122:  Hiram McCARTY, Pvt, Co F 120 OVI.  Post Office: Nova.  Disability: deafness.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1237, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 198:  Hiram McCARTY, age 83 MD, born Mar 1817, married 50 yrs, no occupation listed, father born Ireland, mother born PA; Matilda, wife, age 76 PA, born Mar 1824, married 50 yrs, 6 children/5 still living, parents born PA.

Matilda, 1824 - 1901 Nova Cem, Ashland Co OH.

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 16 mar 1817.  Died 7 Dec 1905.  Nova Cem, SR 511, Nova, Troy Twp, Ashland County, OH.  

Son George's Death record in Ohio:  File # 39047, George Washington McCARTY, of 44 Main, died 23 June 1936 in Greenwich, Huron Co OH.  Widowed.  Wife Mary Ann McCARTY.  Farmer.  Born 8 Oct 1850 in Rowsburg, OH.  Father Hiram McCARTY born MD.  Mother Mathilde FREIDLINE, born OH.  Informant I. L Mc........? or Shilow, OH.   Burial, Nova OH.  [Note: Death records of Evans and Samuel and John Aaron also list FRIDLINE/FREDLINE as their mother's maiden name.

McClain, James S.  10 Oct 1862
Corporal McClain was age 18 when he entered service.  He was appointed 17 April 1863 to Corporal; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, OH by order of War Department. [The pension index indicates that he was in Company B of the 87th OH Inf. from 10 June 1862 to 1 Oct 1862 (Camp Delaware) previous to being in the 120th.  He was also listed in Company G of the 114th OVI in the pension index, although he is not listed in that Company in the Roster book.]
Father: Samuel McLAIN
Mother:  Margaret STEVENS
Birth: Mar 1845 OH  Find a Grave record says 23 May 1845
Marriage:  Ellen Lucy SIZER/Nellie L., 2 Jun 1868, Portage Co OH
Death:   25 Apr 1913 IN
Cemetery:   Estates of Serenity, Marion, Grant Co IN, Plot: B21 L21 G4
Ellen died 1923.  

James McClain
James McClainPhoto Credits:  LRKY at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  James S McCLAIN, Corporal, F 120th, B 87th, G 114th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1886 Feb 8, Application 561426, Certificate 355932 or 355032. Widow Ellen S. McCLAIN, filed 1913 May 2, Application 1007041, Certificate 760517, filed in Indiana.  Pension Card:  James died 25 Apr 1913.  

1850 Census, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 643, Family 659:  Saml McLAIN, age 42 PA, wagon maker; Margaret, age 45 PA; John, age 14 OH; Mary, age 12 OH; Saml, age 10 OH; Jas, age 5 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 196:  Samuel McCLAIN, age 51 PA, wagon maker; Nancy, age 51 OH; John K?, age 23 OH, blacksmith; Mary E, age 21 OH, school teacher; Samuel W, age 19 OH, wagon maker; James S, age 15 OH; Isaac M, age 8 OH.  [Note: Knox County Probate Court record:  Samuel MCLANE married Nancy JENNINGS 6 Aug 1837 in Knox Co OH.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  James S. McLAIN, married Nellie L. SIZER, 2 Jun 1868, Portage Co OH.  

1870 Census, Village of Ashland, Ashland County, page 745:  James McCLAIN, age 25, handle manufacturer, born OH;  Lucy E.  age 22, born OH;  Samuel D., age 1, born OH;  WOOD, Eunice L, age 48, born Connecticut.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 280, 3rd Ward Marion, Grant Co IN, page 638:  James S. McCLAIN, age 35 OH, dentist, parents born PA; Ellen, wife, age 33 OH, parents born CT; Samuel D, son, age 11 OH; Nellie E, daughter, age 9 OH; James W, son, age 6 OH; Eva H, daughter, age 4, IN; Eunice L WOOD, mother-in-law, age 62 CT, widow,  parents born CT.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 373, 1st Ward Marion, Grant Co IN, page 60:  James S McCLAIN, age 55 OH, born Mar 1845, married 32 yrs, dentist, parents born PA; Ella, wife, age 53 OH, born Aug 1846, father born MA, mother born OH; Nellie E, daughter, age 29 OH, single, born Mar 1871, book keeper; James, son, age 25 OH, single, born Oct 1874, dentist; Horace SIZER?, father-in-law, born Oct 1819, widowed , parents born MA.  

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 352, 1st Ward Marion, Grant Co IN, page 22:  James S McCLAIN, age 65 OH, first marriage, married 41 yrs, dentist, parents born PA; Ellen L, wife, age 63 OH, first marriage, married 41 yrs, 5 children/4 still living, father born MA, mother born OH; Nellie E, daughter, age 38 OH, single, no occupation.  

Brother Samuel W's Death record in Ohio:  File # 19844, Samuel Wilkins McCLAIN died 4 Apr 1915 at Loudonville, Ashland Co OH.  Married.  Born 15 Aug 1840 in OH.  Doctor of Medicine.  Parents Samuel McCLAIN and STEVENS, born PA.  Burial Loudonville OH.  Informant Mrs. S W McCLAIN of Loudonville OH.  
 

McCullough, Samuel   12 Oct 1862
Private McCullough was age 34 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]  Is listed at Soldiers and Sailors Database.  
Father:
Mother:
Birth: <1828>
Marriage:
Death:
Cemetery:

Did not find on Pension Index.  

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.

Martin, William*   21 Aug 1862
Private Martin was age 20 when he entered service.  He died 21 Jan 1863 in a hospital at St. Louis, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at St. Louis, Missouri in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery in section 64 grave 134.
Father: Johnson MARTIN
Mother:  Elizabeth SHEETS
Birth: 24 Apr 1842 PA [stone in Ashland]
Marriage:  
Death:   21 Jan 1863, St. Louis, MO
Cemetery:   Jefferson Barracks Cemetery in section 64 grave 134 /and Ashland Cem.......1842 - 1863
Stone PhotoWilliam T. J. MARTIN, died and buried 30 Jan 1863, is listed as buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cem, St Louis MO, Section 64, site 10954.  
Photo credit:  Bobby Remelius at Find a Grave.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Wm T J MARTIN, Private Co F 120th OH Inf., died 30 Jan 1863 at General Hospital New House of Refuge, St. Louis MO.  Cause: typhoides febris.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962
 

Stone PhotoPhoto credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave
The stone at Ashland Cemetery gives death date 4 Feb 1863 at St. Louis Hospital.  Member of Co F 120th OVI.
 William is on stone with Samuel Moody Martin, son of J. S. and E. S. MARTIN, 1856 - 1858.  
Another page for William has been created at Find a Grave so that we might get a photo of his stone there.

?????Parents???1860 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 459, Family 479:  Johnson S. MARTIN, age 48 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 45 OH; Joseph S., age 10 OH; Anna M., age 9 OH; Albert S, age 7 OH; Clarence S., age 6 OH.  Wm not listed with them in 1850.  Johnson S. 1812 to 27 Nov 1876, buried Ashland Cem.  Elizabeth Sheets wife of Johnson S, 1815 to 30 Oct 1882, buried Ashland Cem. They are on the other side of the stone that has Samuel Moody MARTIN and the soldier William MARTIN.   [Presbyterian Church]

1860 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 451, Family 471:  John SMUCKER, age 21 PA, farmer; Mary, age 19 PA; Isaac H, age 9 months OH; Wm S. J. MARTIN,  age 18 PA; Amira PETERS, age 15 OH.  

Maxwell, John   7 Oct 1862
Private Maxwell was age 21 when he entered service. He was discharged 14 Aug 1863 at Columbus, Ohio, on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.[Co D, 4th OH Inf; Co C 169th OH Inf]
Father: ?Washington MAXWELL
Mother:  ?Elizabeth Ann ????
Birth: <1841>Oh
Marriage: 1 Althea ????
2 Carrie PETERSON 
Death:   1 May 1918, IA
Cemetery:  

Pension Card:  John H. MAXWELL, Co F 120th OH Inf, Co D 4th OH Inf., Co C 169th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1 Sep 1890. Application 898168, Certificate 994978, filed in IA. Widow, Althea B MAXWELL, filed 29 Nov 1890, Application 492002, no Certificate.  
 John died 1 May 1918 at Cedar Rapids ?MI.  [Grand Rapids, Kent co or Cedar Springs, Kent co? or Iowa?]  Kent
is a former city in Union County, Iowa

Althea was divorced from John H, but it seems she tried to get a pension on his military service.  That would be why there is no certificate number listed.  

1850 Census, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 112, Family 120:  Washington MAXWELL, age 34 OH, stone cutter; Elizabeth Ann, age 34 ?DC; Thomas, age 11 ?DC; John Hamilton MAXWELL, age 7 OH; Martha, age 6 OH; Rebecca MASKLE, age 13 OH.  

1860 Census, Mansfield, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 339, Family 346: John T. WEPPLER, age 24 Germany; Susan, age 22 OH; John MAXWELL, age 19 OH, apprentice.

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  John MAXWELL married Mrs. Althea BURR on 8 Sep 1864 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Viola, Mercer Co IL, Dwelling 71, Family 77, a Hotel:  John H. MAXWELL, age 30 OH, landlord:  Althea B, age 32 IL; Salina, age 4 OH; Adella, age 2 OH; Orrin V.B. BURR, age 12 IL; 16 other people living in the hotel.  

Child: Illinois, Births and Christenings, 1824-1940: George Thomas MAXWELL, born 22 Sep 1872 at Kewane Twp, Henry Co IL.  Father John Hamilton MAXWELL.  Mother Althea BURR.  

1880 Census, Viola, Mercer Co IL, Dwelling 18, Family 18:  Althea MAXWELL, age 44 PA, parents born PA, divorced, father born CN, mother born PA; Statira, daughter, age 14 OH, father born D. C., mother born PA; George, age 7 IL, father born D.C., mother born PA; Hugh, son, age 4 IL, father born D.C., mother born PA.  

Althea B Maxwell was living with her daughter "Statta" McClung in Monmouth, Warren Co IL in 1910.  

<1875>married Carrie PETERSON

Have not found in 1880 Census.  

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, Kenwood Park, Rapids Twp, Linn Co, IA, Dwelling 17, Family 18:  John H. MAXWELL, age 59 OH, born Apr 1841, married 25 yrs, parents birthplaces unknown, steam and gas fitter; Carrie, wife, age 45 Denmark, born Jan 1855, parents born Denmark, married 25 yrs, 4 children/3 still living, came to US 1871, living in US 29 yrs; Elizabeth, daughter, age 23 IL, single, born June 1876, father born OH, mother born Denmark, folder in printing office; George P, son, age 22 IL, single, born Mar 1878, father born OH, mother born Denmark, stone mason; Alvin C., son, age 19 IL, single, born June 1880, father born OH, mother born Denmark, pressman.

Son's marriage: Iowa, Marriages, 1809-1992:  Alvin C. MAXWELL born Freeport [Stephenson Co] IL.  Father John H. MAXWELL, mother Carrie PETERSON.  Married Lillie E. REILEY born 1882 in Marion, IA.  Daughter of James REILEY and Alice LAWSON.  Both bride and groom were single.  Married 15 Mar 1906 at Marion, Linn Co IA.  [Note: other children's marriage records agree with mother's maiden name.]

1915 IA State Census, Marion Ward 3, Linn Co IA, Card 253:  John H. MAXWELL, age 74 born OH, occupation janitor, Widowed, Military service Co D 4th OH.  Father born OH.  Mother born Washington DC. Years in IA 33 [1882].  Can read and write.  

Menter, George H.*   22 Aug 1862
Private Menter was age 23 when he entered service.  He died 4 July 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at St Louis, Missouri, in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery in section 2, grave 220.
Father: Hiram MENTER
Mother:  Delilah ?????
Birth: <1839>OH
Marriage:  
Death:   4 July 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, MO
Cemetery:   Jefferson Barracks National Cem., MO: Menter, George H, d. 07/04/1863, Plot: 2 0 7112, bur. 07/04/1863
Stone Photo Photo Credit:  Bobby Remo at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  George H. MENTER, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 4 July 1863 at General Hospital Jefferson Barracks, MO.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

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

Pension Index:  George H. Menter, Co F 120th OH Inf.   George's mother, Delilah Menter, applied for a pension 2 May 1864, Application 50827, Certificate 33955.

1850 Census, Bedford, Cuyahoga Co OH, Dwelling 1427, Family 1553:  Hiram MINTER, age 52 MA, no occupation listed; Delia, age 35 England; James, age 16 NY; Samuel, age 15 NY; George, age 12 OH; Charlotte, age 9 OH; Mary L, age 7 OH; Henrietta, age 3 OH.

Father Hiram died in 1851/52

Have not found in 1860.

sister:  1870 Census, Cleveland Ward 5, Cuyahoga Co OH, Dwelling 877, Family 978:  Chas. FULLER, age 27 OH, railroad brakeman; Henrietta, age 23 OH; Laura MAELDER, age 54 England.  

sister and mother: 1880 Census, Detroit, Wayne Co MI, Dwelling 38, Family 58: Henrietta D. FULLER, wife,  age 33 OH, married,  dress maker, father born MA, mother born England;  Lizzie WILLIAMS, daughter, single, age 14 England, parents born England; Deliah MENTER, wife, age 64 England, widow, house keeper, parents born England.  

Mother, Delilah, died 1882.

Pension at fold3.com:
George enrolled 22 Aug 1862, but did he leave and come back 14 Oct 1863?

Delilah MENTER mother of George H. MENTER, post office address  Bedford, Cuyahoga Co OH.  She was age 47 as of 29 Feb 1864.  George died of chronic diarrhoea on 4 July 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, MO.  Delilah had been married to Hiram MENTER on 14 Oct 1839.  Hiram died 13 Sept 1851/52 at Bedford OH.  So she was dependant on her son for help.  George "for at least two years before entering the service of the United States worked as 'shoemaker' regularly earning thirty-five dollars per month out of which he gave his mother at least twenty-five (25) dollars per month...used by her to pay house rent, buy provisions or clothes and to obtain whatever she might need for her comfort and support.  Said Geo H Menter at all times made it his home with his Mother, and treated the family in every respect as though it had been his own.  Since said Geo H Menter entered the service he has sent his Mother it twp (2) dollars for the reason that he was not paid till April 2 months before his death." Witnessed by H D DICKEY and Thomas Matheany.

 George's mother died in 1882 [?March]

Millington, John W.    18 Aug 1862            John Wesley MILLINGTON
Private Millington was age 20 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: William MILLINGTON
Mother:  Sarah ELLIS GOODWIN
Birth: 23 Aug 1842
Marriage:  Lucinda TINKEY, 24 Feb 1867
Death:   4 Nov 1921 at Mansfield OH
Cemetery:   Mansfield Cemetery, age 79.  Section 12, Lot 8.  

Pension Card:  John W. MILLINGTON, Co F 120th OH Inf., Co D 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 24 June 1886, Application 577951, Certificate 501350.  Minor applied 20 Feb 1929.  John died 4 Nov 1921 at Mansfield, OH.  "Helpless child", Myrtle Millington, applied for a pension 20 Feb 1929, Application 1636296, Certificate no. has this indication A-4-16-29, but no state was given.  [Note:  From Death Record Nettie Myrtle MILLINGTON died 20 Mar 1936 in Mansfield.  She had been bedfast for 38 yrs.]

John W. Millington of Company F 120th OVI:  born Ashland, OH 23 Aug 1842; parents William and Sarah T. (Ellis) Millington; John MILLINGTON married 24 Feb 1867 to Lucinda TINKEY, daughter of John and Mary (Crumrine) Tinkey; children Ruth, Charley, Claude, Myrtle, Willie ( son Willie was deceased at the time of the book's publication); occupation "tinner".  [Source:  Richland County OH Civil War Veterans Extracted from Hardesty's (1885) Historical and Genealogical Encyclopedia, published by Richland county Genealogical Society 1998, page 46.]

1850 Census, Ashland, Montogmery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 25, Family 25:  William MILLINGTON, age 50 England, druggist and apothecary; Ruthy, age 45 VA; John W. age 8 OH; Thomas J. BEER, age 24 PA, student.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 85:  Ruthy MILLINGTON, age 54 VA; John W, age 17 OH; Mary Ann PECK, age 24 OH.  [Note: 1860 Mortality Schedule Ashland Co OH :  Wm MILLINGTON, age 61, born England, druggist, died Aug 1859.]

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1261, 4th Ward Mansfield, Richland Co OH, page 215:  John MILLINGTON, age 28 OH, tinner; Mary, sage 23 OH; Ruth, age 1 OH.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1062, Mansfield, Richland Co OH, page 368:  John MILLINGTON, age 36 OH, tinner, father born England, mother born OH; Lucinda, wife, age 35 OH, parents born PA; Rutha, daughter, age 11 OH; Charles, son, age 6 OH; Claud, son, age 3.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Mansfield, Richland Co OH:  Line 1, House 3, Family 3:  John W. MILLINGTON, Pvt.  Co F 120th OVI.   Post Office: Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Disability, rheumatism 25 yrs.  Prisoner of war Camp Ford TX for 13 months.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1317, Lexington, Troy Twp, Richland Co OH, page 166:  Millington, John, age 57 OH, born Aug 1842, married 33 yrs, parents born England, farmer; Lucinda, wife, age 56 OH, born Aug 1843, married 33 yrs, father born PA, mother born MD; Ruth, daughter, age 31 OH, single, born Mar 1869; Charles E, son, age 26 OH, single, born Dec 1873 OH, stove ????ter; Claud C, son, age 23 OH, single, born June 1876, book store clerk; Nettie M, daughter, age 28 OH, single, born Sep 1881.

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1225, Howe Ave, 4th ward Mansfield, Richland Co OH, page 265:  John W MILLINGTON, age 67 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, father born England, mother born NY, house tinner, colunmn 30 marked UA for military service;  Lucinda, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, 5 children/4 still living, father born PA, mother born MD; Edgar, son, age 36 OH, single, stove works moulder; Myrtle, daughter age 28 OH, single.  

1920 Census:  Series T625 Roll 1430, 4th Ward Mansfield, Richland Co OH:  John MARLOW, age 61 OH, retired farmer, parents born OH; Ruth, wife, age 51 OH, parents born OH; John MILINGTON, father in law, age 77 OH, widowed, father born England, mother born NY, no occupation; Myrtle MILLINGTON, sister in law, age 38 OH, single, parents born OH.  Also living there was Isaac ZEHNER and family.  

Death record in Ohio:  File # 64301, John Wesley MILLINGTON, of 19 Floriet? St., died 4 Nov 1921 at Mansfield OH.  Widowed.  Wife Lucinda T MILLINGTON.  Born Aug 23 1842 at Ashland Co OH.  Retired Tinner.  Father William MILLINGTON, born England.  Mother Sarah GOODWIN born NY.  Burial Mansfield Cem.  

 

Mish, Adam   25 Aug 1862
Private Mish was age 19 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.  [Also in Co F 114th.....or listed in Co D at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors]
Father: Adam MISH
Mother: Elizabeth COLSMITH
Birth: Aug 1844
Marriage:  1Mary Adeline BUCKINGHAM, 16 Dec 1875, Ashland, OH
2 Anna YEATES, 9 Apr 1899, Ashland Co OH
Death:   1906
Cemetery:   Rowsburg Cem, Rowsburg, Ashland Co OH  
Stone Photo Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Pension Card:  Adam MISH, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Co F 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 29 Apr 1880, Application 360221, Certificate 359976, filed in OH.  Adam died 1906.

1850 Census, Perry Twp Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 109, Family 109:  Adam MISH, age 40 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 40 PA; John, age 18 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 14 PA; William, age 13 PA; Eliza, age 10 OH, [next page] Adam, age 8 PA; Jeremiah, age 7 PA; Mary S, age 6 PA; Simon, age 3 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 236:  Adam MISH, age 53 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 53 PA; John, age 24 OH; William, age 22 OH; Anna, age 18 OH; Jeremiah, age 16 OH; Adam, age 14 OH; Mary, age 12 OH; Simon, age 10 OH.

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1169, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 797: Eve GARNES?, age 67 PA; Adam MISH, age 24 PA, farmer.

Ohio, County Marriages:  A. F. MISH married Adaline BUCKINGHAM, 16 Dec 1875, Ashland, OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 102:  Adam MISH, age 37 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 20 OH, parents born OH; Charles, son, age 2 OH, parents born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 35, House 242, Family 254:  Adam MISH, Pvt, Co F 120 OH Inf.  Post Office:  Ashland OH.  

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Mary A. MISH died 6 Aug 1892, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, age 37, born <1855>.  Another record says Richland Co OH.  

1900 Census, Series T 623 Roll 1237, 94 Main St, 2nd Ward Ashland Co OH,page 153, Dwelling 330, Family 343:  Adam MISH, age 56 PA, farm laborer, lists him as married one year, born Aug 1844, parents born PA; Ralph C, son, age 13 OH, born Sep 1886, father born PA, mother born OH; Clarance, son, age 20 OH, single, born Jan 1880, farm laborer, father born PA, mother born OH.  [Note:  Ohio, County Marriages:  A. F. MISH married Anna YEATES, 9 Apr 1899, Ashland Co OH.  He was age 54, born <1845>; his parents were Adam MISH and Elizabeth COLSMITH.  Anna was age 48, born <1851>; her father was David LESTON.  

 [Note:  Adam's father, Adam MISH, died in 1880 at age 72 and is buried in Rowsburg Cem. No other Adam MISH is listed.]
Sons of Union Veterans site says:  Died 22 Oct 1880.  Rowsburg Cem, CR 1302, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County OH.  This would be the soldiers father who died 22 Oct 1880, age 72,  in Ashland and was born in 1808.

Son's marriage:  Ohio, County Marriages:  Clarence U. MISH married Blanch WELTY, 21 Nov 1902, Ashland Co OH.  He was 23 yrs old.  Blanch was 18; her father was Samuel WELTY and mother was Elizabeth RUSH.  Clarence's father was A. F. MISH and his mother was Mary A. BUCKINGHAM.

Daughter's marriage: Helen Evelyn MISCH married Alfred Milton MOORE, 19 Jun 1813 at Marion OH.  John was age 21 [born <1892>] His parents were John MOORE and Catherine LOHR.   Helen was age 23, born <1890>.   Helen's parents were Adam MISCH and Adaline BUCKINGHAM.  

Son's marriage: Charles E. MISH married Florence EARICK, 2 Oct 1911, Bucyrus, Crawford Co OH.  Charles was 32, born <1879>.  His parents were Adam MISH and Adeline BUCKINGHAM.  Florence was age 22, born <1889>; her parents were William EARICK and Anna FISHBURN  

Son's marriage:  Ralph C. MISH married Maude M. BRICKER, 15 Oct 1913 at Marion Co OH.  Ralph was age 27, born <1886>; his parents were Adam MISH and Adeline BUCKINGHAM.  Maude was age 20, born <1893>; her parents were Wayne BRICKER and Della HELMS.  

Mohler, Daniel   26 Aug 1862    Daniel W. MOHLER
Private Mohler was age 20 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out, 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Levi MOHLER
Mother:  Lydia WEAVER [Tree at familysearch.org]
Birth: 28 Feb 1842
Marriage: Barbara Ann: Anna PLANK, 26 Mar 1867, Ashland Co OH.
Death:   13 Jan 1909
Cemetery:   Church of the Brethren Cem, Cushing, Payne Co OK
Cemetery Photo Photo credit:  Richard Meador at Find a Grave
Barbara Ann died 1 Jan 1937.

 Pension Index:  Daniel MOHLER, E 48th, E 114th and F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1904 Oct 19, Application 1326317, Certificate 1100797, filed in OK.  Widow Annie MOHLER filed 1909 Jan 29, Application 912662, Certificate 679149, filed in Oklahoma.

1850 Census, Montgomery, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 315, Family 331:  Levi MOHLER, age 41 PA, farmer; Lydia, age 33 PA; Ann, age 11 PA; Daniel, age 8 OH; Elizabeth WEAVER, age 15 PA.

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 114:  Levi MOHLER, age 51 PA, farmer; Lydia, age 43 PA; Anna, age 21 PA; Daniel, age 18 OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Daniel MOHLER married Anna PLANK, 26 Mar 1867, Ashland Co OH.

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1169, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co, page 720:  Daniel MOHLER, age 28 OH, farmer; Ann, age 25 PA; Martin, age 1 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991 Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 148:  Daniel MOHLER, age 38 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH; Barbara, wife, age 35 PA, father born PA, mother born PA; Martin, son, age 11 OH; Lydia, daughter, age 7 OH; Ira, son, age 5 OH; Mary, daughter, age 3 OH; Albert, son, age 1 OH.  

Department of the Interior record shows Daniel W. MOHLER living in Leeton, Johnson Co. MO on 7 June 1893.

1900 Census, Post Oak Twp, Johnson Co, MO, page 165:  Daniel W MOHLER, age 58 OH, married 32 yrs, born Feb 1841, farmer, parents born PA; Barbara, age 55 PA, married 32 yrs, born Apr 1845, ?7 children/6 still living, parents born PA.

 

Myers, Benjamin   22 Aug 1862
Sergeant Benjamin Myers was age 20 when he entered service.  He was appointed from private on 17 Apr 1863; captured 25 May 1863 in action near Raymond, Mississippi; rejoined company on 10 Nov 1863; transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov. 1864.  [Also Staff 48th OH]
Father: Jacob MYERS
Mother:  Mary ????
Birth: Dec 1841 OH
Marriage:  Samantha COWAN, 29 Nov 1870, Ashland Co OH
Death:  1905
Cemetery:   Ashland City Cemetery, Ashland Co OH
 Stone PhotoPhoto credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave
B, MYERS MD, 1841 - 1905 buried Ashland City Cemetery
Samantha C. MYERS, wife of B. Myers, M.D. 1851 - 1878

 Pension Index:  Benjamin MYERS, Staff 48th OH, E 114th and F 120th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1888 Feb 16, Application 640252, Certificate 418874, filed in Ohio.  

History of Ashland County, Ohio with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches, by George William Hill, M.D: Williams Bros. 1880
Benjamin Myers was born in Perry township, Dec. 21, 1841, and is the son of Jacob and Mary Myers, natives of Pennsylvania.  His father was born in Center county, of that State, May 25, 1788, and died in Ashland county, Ohio, Aug. 4, 1857.  His mother was born in the same county as his father, and died in Perry township, Ashland county, Sept. 12, 1878.  His brothers are Jonathan, George, Jacob and Daniel, all residents of Perry township, except Jacob, who resides in Kansas; his sisters are Margaret, Eliza, Mary, and Catharine, all living in this county, except Mary, who is deceased.  Benjamin Myers resided with his father in Perry township until 1860, doing farm work in the summer time and attending district school in the wintertime.  In 1861-62 he attended the Vermillion institute at Hayesville, but, in 1862, offered his services in defence of his country, enlisting in company F, One Hundred and Twentieth Ohio volunteer infantry.  In July, 1865, he returned home from the war and resumed his studies at the institute.  In 1866 he began the study of medicine at Wooster, Ohio, in the office of Drs. Robinson & Weaver.  In 1867 he attended upon a course of medical instruction in the Jefferson Medical college of Philadelphia graduating from that college in 1869.  In June of the same year he formed a partnership with Dr. J. P. Cowan, and began the practice of medicine at Ashland, Ohio.  Nov. 29, 1870, he was united in marriage with Samantha Cowan, his partner's daughter.  His children are: Rena M., born Nov. 19, 1871, and Emma C. born Sept. 14, 1873.  Mrs. Myers died Nov. 21, 1878.  In 1873 Mr. Myers was elected to the Ohio legislature, and re-elected in 1875, serving all four years. 

????1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 94, Family 94:  David MYERS, age 60 PA ; Mary, age 46 PA; Margaret, age 23 PA; Elizabeth, age 21 PA; Hanah, age 19 PA; Mary, age 17 PA; Daniel, age 15 PA, attending school; Catherine, age 10 OH; Benjamin, age 8 OH; Jacob, age 26 PA.  

1860 Have not found

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1169, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 735:  Benjamin MYERS, age 27 OH, physician.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Benjamin MYERS married Samantha COWAN at Ashland, 29 Nov 1870.

Samantha died in 1878.  1851 - 1878, Ashland Cem, Ashland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 164:  Benjamin F MYERS, age 38 OH, physician, parents born PA.......he is living in a boarding house on Main St.  

children living with grandfather:  1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Center St, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 159:  Jacob P COWAN, age 57 PA, physician, father born Ireland, mother born PA; Mary J, wife, age 52 VA, parents born MD; William, son, OH, pump maker; Lucy, daughter, age 18 OH; Edgar, son, age 16 OH; Mary J MYERS, grand daughter, age 8 OH, parents born OH; Emma MYERS, grand daughter, age 6 OH; Elizabeth WALLACE, servant age 18 OH, parents born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Ashland, Ashland Co OH:  Line 40, House 257, Family 257:  Benjamin f. MYERS, Pvt. Co F 120 OVI.  Post office, Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Disabilites:  sunstroke, diarrhoea and piles.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1237, 1st Ward Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 130:  Benj MYERS, age 58 OH, widowed, born Dec 1841, physician and surgeon, parents born PA; Rena M, daughter, age 27 OH, married or widowed???, born Oct 1872, parents born OH; Charles BEER, son in law, age 27 OH, married 0 yrs born Oct 1872, news paper ???; Emma C BEER, daughter, age 25, married 0 yrs, 0 children, born Sep 1874, parents born OH, works probate dept; Helen MILLER, niece, age 15 PA, born May 1885, father born PA, mother born OH; Eliza BINEHOUR, domestic, age 25 OH, born Nov 1874, mother born PA, father born Germany.

 

Myers, Jacob W.   25 Aug 1862
Private Jacob Myers was age 45 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.
[Pension papers: Enlisted 25 Aug 1861, Deserted 26 Apr 1864, Tranfered to Co E 114th 27 Nov 1864.  Another paper says he was furloughed 13 Sep 1863 and deserted 12 Oct 1863.  There was a note in the papers on 24 Nov 1893 that "further action cannot be taken until charge of desertion is removed."]
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1817>
Marriage:  Amanda STIRES [Styres], 3 Apr 1870, Wood Co, OH [widow's pension]
Death:    11 Dec 1880 At home with his wife Amanda in Wood Co OH.
Cemetery:  

Pension Index:  Jacob W MYERS, F 120th and E 114th OH Inf.   Widow Amanda Wayson [wife of John WAYSON] filed 1891 Oct 19, Application 531476, no Certificate, filed in Ohio.  Amanda MYERS married John WAYSON on 17 July 1890 in Wood Co OH.  

1850 Census have not found.  Jacob would have been 33.

1860 Census have not found.  Jacob would have been 43.

Jacob MYERS married Amandy STILES on 5 Apr 1870 in Wood Co OH.  

1870 Census, Milton Twp, Wood Co OH, Dwelling 46, Family 47:  Jacob MYERS, age 49 PA, farm hand:  Mandia, age 29 OH; John MYERS, age 5 OH; David STIRES, age 11 OH; Anna STIRES, age 13 OH.  

1880 Census, Henry Twp, Wood Co OH, page 53:  Jacob MYERS, age 60 PA, laborer, parents born PA; Manda, wife, age 45 OH, parents born OH; Frank, son, age 24 OH, laborer, parents born PA; David STIRES, son, age 20 OH, laborer, parents born OH.  [So, both Jacob and Amanda had been previously married.]  [David STIRES married Martha Jane SIMMONS at Wood Co OH, 12 Aug 1880.]

Try Henry county OH.  Try Deshler, OH.  Amanda Wayson was living in Henry Co in 1891.  

Thanks to Debbie for looking this soldier up at the National Archives!

Death Cause and DateA doctor from Hayesville, OH, wrote that he had cared for Jacob and that Jacob died as a result of heart failure on 11 Dec 1880.  He was lying helpless for 8 weeks before his death.

 

 

114th storySamuel Wayson of the 114th wrote:  "On the retreat of the army from that place [Alexandria LA], Myers and myself were left lying on the ground on the battlefield, and remained there all day and part of the night.  At roll call we were missd and the ambulance was sent after us.  While lieng [sic] on the groun[d] Myers complained repeatedly of severe pain from rheumatism."

Myers, William   27 Aug 1862         William H. MYERS
Private William Myers was age 15 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Charles MYERS
Mother:  Lavina KLINGER
Birth: Jan 1847 OH
Marriage:  1 Margaret A. BOLLINGER, 11 Oct 1866 at Ashland Co OH
2 Ida May [NORFORD] LOVELACE, 16 Oct 1923 at Allen Co IN
Death:   29 May 1925 at Decatur, Adams Co, IN
Cemetery:   Oak Grove Cemetery, Bowling Green, Wood Co OH
William H. Myers, Oak Grove Cemetery, Wood Co OHPhoto Credit:  Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey at Find a Grave.  
 

Pension Index:  William MYERS, 120th OH Inf.  William's father, Charles Myers, applied for a pension 13 Mar 1896, Application 629915, no Certificate, filed in Ohio.  
I can't find a copy of this one.  I orginally saw it somewhere other than Ancestry.com.  Not n Family Search either.  Maybe it was at Fold3:  Pension Card:  William H. MYERS, Co F 120th OH Inf,  Co E 48th OH Inf, Co E 114th OH Inf.  William died 29 May 1925 at Decatur [Adams Co], IN.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 215, Family 215:  Jacob MYERS, age 30 PA, laborer; [next page]Lavina, age 26 OH; William, age 4 OH ; James MYERS, age 8 [should be 2] OH.
[Note: Jacob MYERS married Lavina KLINGER, 17 Mar 1846, Sandusky, OH; James Myers marriage record shows his parents as Jacob MYERS and Lavinia KLINGER.  James was actually born in 1848.]

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 581, Family 581:  Jacob MYERS, age 38 PA, day laborer; [next page] Lovina, age 32 OH; William, age 14 OH; James M, age 12 OH; George, age 9 OH; Thomas, age 7 OH; Franklin, age 4 OH; Mary E, age one OH.  

Married Margaret <1865>  Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Wm H. MYERS married Margaret A. BOLLINGER, 11 Oct 1866 at Ashland Co OH.  

I have looked for 1870 and 1880 Census not sure of them.

????1880 Census, Van Wert, Van Wert Co OH, South Washington St, Dwelling 15, Family 15:  William H. MYERS, age 34 OH, parents born PA, brick mason; Margaret, wife, age 35 OH, parents born OH.  

1900 Census, Washington Twp,  Adams Co IN, Dwelling 258, Family 265:  William H. MEYERS, age 53 OH, born Jan 1847, married 31 yrs, father born PA, mother born Germay, fruit farmer; Margaret, wife, age 52 OH, born Nov 1847, married 31 yrs, 0 children, father born PA, mother born Germany.  [Next door was John D BOLINGER, age 38 OH, born Nov 1861, married 7 yrs, father born PA, mother born Germany, stone mason.....with his wife Ella and two children Flossie and Peter W.]

1910 Census, 313 Adams St, Decatur Ward 1, Adams Co IN, Dwelling 278, Family 278:  Wm MYERS, age 65 OH, first marriage, married 45 [43] yrs, parents born OH, real estate agent, Column 30 marked U for military service; Margaret, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 45 [43] yrs, number of children not marked, parents born OH.  

1920 Census, 1st Ward Decatur, Washington Twp, Adams Co IN, Dwelling 185, Family 186: William H. MYERS, age 73 OH, no occupation, father born PA, mother born OH; Margaret A., wife, age 78 OH, parents born OH.  

Indiana Marriages:  William H. MYERS married Ida May LOVELACE, 16 Oct 1923 at Allen Co IN.  William was born OH, 23 Jan 1847; residence Decatur, IN; his 2nd marriage.  His parents: Jacob W. MYERS and Lavina KLINGER.  Bride born 26 Nov 1858, Butler, IN; residence Fort Wayne, IN; her 2nd marriage; parents James NORFORD and Lucie FANPERT.

 

Nixon, Charles   22 Aug 1862
Private Nixon was age 44 when he entered service.  He was discharged 28 Jan 1863 at Keokuk, Iowa, on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1818>
Marriage:  
Death:  
Cemetery:   

Have not found on Pension Index.

Nolen, Uriah   18 Feb 1864         Uriah N. NOLEN
Private Nolen was age 18 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.    
Father: ?Samuel NOLAN
Mother:  
Birth: June 1845, OH
Marriage:  Matilda [MOWERY] MEEKS, 23 Mar 1869, Lattasburg, Chester Twp, Wayne, OH
Death:   11 Aug 1930 Massilon State Hospital in Perry Twp, Stark Co OH
Cemetery:  Maple Mound Cemetery, Creston, Wayne Co OH

Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Pension Card:  Uriah NOLAN, Co F 120th OH Inf, Co B 48th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 15 Dec 1882, Application 467220, Certificate 393277, filed in OH.  Uriah died 11 Aug 1930 at Creston OH.   [There is also a pension index record for 1907 available at Fold3.]

???Urias NOLAND, Pvt, Co I, 76th OH Inf.  Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Ohio.  Ohio Roster book says Urias NOLAND, age 18, joined 14 Jan 1862 in this 3 year regiment, but there are no comments listed about what happened to him.  Is this the same soldier?  Did they find out his real age and send him home?  Majority of 76th troops were from Licking county OH.  

??1850 Census, Chatfield Twp, Crawford Co OH, Dwelling 1997, Family 2004:  John BOARDNER, age 50 PA, farmer; Barbara, age 49 PA; Jacob, age 24 PA, laborer; William, age 22 PA, laborer; Daniel, age 18 PA, laborer; Susanna, age 16 OH;  [next page]Henry, age 14 OH; David, age 1 OH; Saml NOLEN, age 30 OH, laborer; Urias NOLEN, age 7 OH.  

??1860 Census, Chatfield Twp, Crawford Co OH, Dwelling 726, Family 708: David HEISER, age 59 Bavaria, farmer; Anna, age 57 Vertimburg;  [next page ] Uriah NOLL, age 16 OH, laborer.

Uriah NOLEN married Matilda MOWERY on 23 Mar 1869 in Lattasburg, Chester Twp, , Wayne Co OH......member of Family Search
Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994: Uriah NOWLAND married Matilda MEEKS on 23 Mar 1869 at Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 1280, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 59:  Uriah NOLEN, age 25 OH, day laborer; Matilda, age 32 OH; Samuel, age 13 OH; E.C. [female] age 2 OH.  

Ohio Births and Christenings:
Samantha W. or M.  NOLAN, daughter of Uriah NOLAN and Matilda MOWREY, born 19 Jun 1873, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH.
 Annie Bell NOLEN, daughter of Uriah and Matilda, born 24 Nov 1876, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH.    [Anna may have married a STUTZMAN]

1880 Census, Westfield, Medina Co OH, Dwelling 201, Family 206 :  Uria KNOWLAND, age 40 PA, farm laborer, parents born PA; Matildia, wife, age 39 OH; Betsey, daughter, age 9 OH; May, daughter, age 7 OH; Ann, daughter, age 4 OH; Urila [male] MEAK, step son, age 22 OH; Edward MEAK, step son, age 17 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 37 and 38, House 256, Family 257:  Uriah NOLIN, Pvt, Co F 120 OH Inf, Co B 48th OH Inf.   Post Office:  Latasburgh OH.  Disability: chronic diarrhoea.

Ohio Deaths:  Matilda NOLAN died 8 Jun 1899, Creston, Wayne Co OH, age 61, married.  

1900 Census, Creston, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 33:  Uriah NOLAN, age 55 OH, widowed, born June 1844, farm laborer; parents born OH; Bettie KELSEY, daughter, age 30 OH, widowed, 1 child/1 still living; parents born OH; Albert R KELSEY, grandson, age 7 OH, born Dec 1892, parents born OH.  [Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994: Bettie C. Nolin married Everett N. KELSEY, 19 Sep 1892, Wayne Co OH.  Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Bettie C. NOLAN married Markus C McDERMOTT on 6 Apr 1901 at Wayne Co OH.  Her father was Uriah NOLAN.  Her mother was Matilda MOWRY.  She was age 28, born about 1873 at Lattasburg, OH.  ]

Joseph VanNest obit[see below]:  Nolen was living in Creston 1905.

1910 Census, T624 Roll 1239, Creston, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 37:  David STUTZMAN, age 33 OH, first marriage, married 13 yrs, parents born PA, laborer at ?? factory; Anna, wife, age 32 OH, first marriage, married 13 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born OH; Clair, son, age 12 OH; Ida, daughter, age 10 OH; Marjory, daughter, age 6 OH;  Uriah NOLEN, father in law, age 64 OH, widowed, section hand at electric company, parents born OH.

1920 Census, Series T625 Roll 1448, Maple Ave, Creston, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 44:  Ivan C STUTZMAN, age 21 OH, laborer at ??generator works, parents born OH; Mildred V, wife, age 19 PA, parents born PA; June C, daughter, age 1 yr 9 months OH; Uriah R NOLAN, grandfather, age 74 OH, widowed, no occupation. 

1930 Census, 121 Coulter St, Creston village, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 222, Family 235: Uriah NOLAN, boarder, age 85 OH, widowed, age 22 at first marriage, parents born OH, no occupation, veteran of Civil War....he is boarding with Clyde E. and Ruby SMITH family.  

Death record in Ohio:  File # 50802, Uriah NOLAN, of Creston OH, died 11 Aug 1930 at Massilon State Hospital in Perry Twp, Stark Co OH.  Married, but wife's name not given.  Laborer.  84 yrs old.  Born OH. Parents names not given.   Burial Creston.

Nunemaker, Andrew   26 Aug 1862
Corporal Nunemaker was age 40 when he entered service.  He was discharged 1 Dec 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 1823 VA or PA
Marriage:  Rachel [Lucy]PHILLIPS/ SUMMERS
Death:   1866
Cemetery:   Nankin Orange [Twp] Cemetery, Ashland Co OH.  North side ST 302

Stone PhotoStone Photo Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave.

Andrew 1823-1866

Rachel 1832-1912  also buried there.

 Pension Index:  Andrew NUNEMAKER, F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1864 July 8, Application 48345, Certificate 177215, filed in OH.  Widow Rachel NUNEMAKER filed 1872 Oct 26, Application 206018, Certificate 170873.  

1850 Census,4th District,  Brooke Co VA, Dwelling 386, Family 397:  Andrew NOONEMAKER, age 25 VA, laborer; Rachel, age 18 PA; Virginia, age 7 months VA

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 47:  Andrew NUNEMAKER, age 36 PA, day laborer; Rachel, age 25 PA; Virginia E, age 12 VA; R.R, [female], age 9 VA; Lutilda, age 6 VA; Wm, age 2 VA.  [Son, William's death record and daughter, Luticia ROUSH'S death record show their mother's name as PHILLIPS.]

Children's marriage records:
William Thomas NUNEMAKER, born Independence VA, father Andrew NUNEMAKER, mother Rachel Phillips, born <1858/59>.
 Andrew C. NUNAMAKER, born <1866>, father Andrew NUNEMAKER, mother Lucy Philips.

 Have not found Rachel in 1870.
1870 Census, Ruggle Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling  162, Family 152:  Elizabeth HEARST, age 65 PA[next page]Lticia NUNEMAKER, age 13 VA; Sarah PADEN, age 36 PA.  

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Mrs. Rachel HUNAMAKER [sic] , married Henry SUMMERS, 3 Jul 1879 at Allen Co OH.  

1880 Census, Troy, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling not listed, Family 155:  Henry SUMMERS, age 62 PA, mail carrier, father born MD, mother born PA; Rachel, wife, age 50 PA, parents born PA; Lutitia NUMEMAKER, step daughter, age 23 VA, single, servant, father born VA, mother born PA;  Andrew SPONSELLES, age 66 OH, widowed, farmer, parents born PA.  [Note: Henry died 1902, buried at Nova Cem, Ashland Co OH.  Rachel died 1912.]

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Son's marriage:  Ohio, Marriages 1800-1958:  William Thomas NUNEMAKER born Independence VA married Anna Marie [DETRICH] SHULTZ on 21 Nov 1918 at Marion Co OH.  Father Andrew NUNEMAKER.  Mother Rachel PHILLIPS.  Both bride and groom were widowed at the time of their marriage.  

Son's death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  William T. NUNEMAKER died 13 Aug 1932 at Lima, Allen Co OH.  He was born 19 sep 1858 at Ashland, OH.  Burial Woodlawn.  Father Andrew NUNEMAKER.  Mother PHILLIPS.  

Daughter's death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Luticia ROUSH died 22 May 1941 at Bath Twp, Allen Co OH, age 84.  Born <1857>.  Father Andrew NUNAMAKER.  Mother Rachael PHILLIPS.  Spouse: Ephriam ROUSH.  

Over, Henry   25 Aug 1862      [OVERS]
Private Over was age 37 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 17 June 1865, at Fort Gaines, AL, by order of War Department.  

Father:
Mother:  
Birth: Jan 1829
Marriage:  Lydia YORK/YEARICK, 20 Jan 1848, Ashland County OH
Death:    27 Dec 1901
Cemetery:   Hazzard Cemetery....I went to Hazzard Cemetery on 15 June 2013 and could not find a stone for Henry and/or Lydia.  That may be why the Civil War flag holder has been placed with the older Henry Over's stone at Burbank Cemetery.  
Stone Photo 
Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield for Burbank Cem.  
But this is the older Henry in Burbank Cem.  

Pension Card:  Henry OVER, Co F 120th OH Inf.,  Co E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 2 May 1878, Application 253983, Certificate 292596.  Henry died 27 Dec 1901.  

Mistaken ID by Graves Registration cards:  I did photograph the Henry Overs tombstone, died at age 82? yrs which is at Burbank Cemetery. The stone was very hard to read.  Soldiers and Sailors site lists Henry Over and Henry Overs, but lists both men in the same Company F of the 120th OVI.  The Wayne County Graves registration cards, on the other hand, lists Henry Overs [Co F, 120th OVI] as being in Hazzard Cemetery and Henry Over [Civil War, army/born 1798/died 12 May 1880] as being in Burbank Cemetery.  Although he was young [about 14], could he have been in the War of 1812?  The Wayne county Grave Registration Card lists Mr. Henry Overs, no dates, died Wayne county, Civil War Co F 120th OVI and soldier of War of 1812, buried at Hazzard Cemetery.  I think the two men are being confused here, or fused into one.  At Soldiers and Sailors System there is only one Henry OVER/S listed. He is in Co F and has the two alternate spellings.  Once again, I am thinking that the Graves Registration card may be mixing up two men.  The older one was possibly in the War of 1812 and only the younger man was in the Civil War.  

Marriages, Ashland County, Ohio  by Raber, Nellie M:  Henry OVER married Lydia YORK on 20 Jan 1848, Ashland County OH.

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 290, Family 290:  Henry OVER, age 22 PA, shoemaker; Lydia, age 25 PA; William H, age 7 OH; John, age 3 OH; Sarah A, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 221:  Henry OVER, age 25 [should be 35] OH, shoemaker; Lydia A, age 35 OH; Rebecca, age 9 OH; Cyrus, age 4 OH; Mary E, age 3 OH; unnamed female, age 2 months OH; William H HETTINGER, age 15 OH; John HETTINGER, age 13 OH.  

1870  Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 22, Family 21:  Henry OBER, age 42 PA, shoemaker; Lydianna, age 44 PA; Rebecca A, age 18 OH; Lydia Anna, age 17 OH; Cyrus, age 14 OH; Mary E, age 13 OH; Emma D, age 10 OH; Eli C, age 3 OH.  

1880 Census, Perry Township, Ashland County, OH, page 209:  Henry OVER, age 52 OH, laborer, parents born PA;  Lydia Ann, wife, age 55 PA, parents born PA; Emma S. daughter, age 19 OH;  Eli Curtis, son, age 15 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Congress, Wayne Co OH:  Line 25, House 319, Famiy 331:  Henry OVER, Pvt, Co E 114th OH Inf.    Post Office:  West Salem, Wayne Co OH.   Disabilities, rheumatism, diarrhoea and blindness.  

1900 Census Congress Twp, Wayne County OH, page 142, Dwelling 255, Family 266:  Henry OVERS, age 71 PA, born in Jan 1829, married 52 yrs, parents born PA, farmer; Lydia, wife, age 73 PA, born May 1827, married 52 yrs, 10 children/5 still living, parents born PA;  Cyrus, son, age 41 OH, single, born May 1859, farm laborer; Ida, grand daughter, age 16 OH, single, born June 1883, parents born OH.

 Son Cyrus' Death record in Ohio:  File # 5611, Cyrus OVERS died 8 Feb 1909 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Married.  Born 14 May 1855 at Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Day laborer.  Father Henry OVERS, born PA.  Mother Lida YEARICK, born Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Burial Ashland OH.  Informant Mrs. Cyrus OVERS of Ashland Co OH.  

 

Palmer, John   25 Aug 1862
Private Palmer was age 22 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: George PALMER
Mother:  Mary CAMPBELL
Birth: 1840  OH
Marriage:  Never married.
Death:   14 May 1868, Shelby Co IL
Cemetery:   Mud Run Cemetery, Shelby Co Il.  Photo of grave requested 17 Jun 2013 at Find a Grave.  Be careful; there are two John Palmer soldiers in that cemetery.  The other one was in Co G 104th IL infantry and was killed 7 Dec 1862 at Hartville, TN

Pension Card:  John PALMER, Co F 120th OH Inf, Co E 48th OH Inf, Co E 114th OH Inf.  Mother applied 27 Sep 1879.  Father, George PALMER applied 6 July 1878, Application 238321, no Certificate.  Mother, Mary PALMER, filed 27 Sep 1879, Application 254700, Certificate 192619 .  

1850 Census, could not find.

1860 Census, Perry, Ashland Co OH, page 234:  George PALMER, age 49 OH, farmer: Mary, age 45 PA; John H, age 20 OH; Rachael, age 18 OH; Amelia, age 16 OH; Lydia, age 14 OH; Jonathan, age 10 OH; David, age 8 OH; Elizabeth, age 6 OH.  [Parents:  George W. PALMER married Mary CAMPBELL 12 Dec 1839 in Richland Co OH.]  

Pension records from Debbie Ferdetta:  

John Palmer Death Date

 

According to an Ashland, OH, doctor named John Cowan who treated this soldier in Ashland Co, John Palmer did return home after the war.  Cowan treated John in the months of October and December and other times after his discharge from the service.  Cowan was not able to affect a permanent cure.  Palmer then moved out of Ohio in March 1866, apparently with his family.  The papers show that John Palmer was not married.  

John died at Shelby Co IL, 14 May 1868 of disease.  His mother, Mary Palmer of Cold Spring IL, applied for pension 27 Sep 1879.  Papers show that Mary and George were very poor, living without charge in a house owned by another man who also helped them finacially in other ways.

Parents:1870 Census, Cold Spring Twp, Shelby C IL, Dwelling 96, Family 95:  Geo PALMER, age 59 OH, works on farm; Mrs., age 55 PA; Johnathan, age 21 OH; Davd, age 18 OH; Elizabeth, age ?16 IL.  

Parents:  1880 Census, Cold Spring Twp, Shelby Co IL, Dwelling 99, Family 101:  George PALMER, age 69 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 64 PA, parents born PA; Jonathan, son, age 29 OH, laborer; David W, son, age 26 OH, farmer.  

Father, George W. died 5 Dec 1884 and is also buried at Mud Run, Shelby Co, IL.  

Mother, Mary Palmer, John's mother, died 24 June 1894, Cowden, Shelby Co IL.  

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Plank, Cyrus   21 Aug 1862
Private Plank was age 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Nicholas PLANK
Mother:  Mary GARDNER
Birth: 1841 PA
Marriage:  Rebecca CORDELL,  28 Mar 1866, Ashland Co OH
Death:  22 Mar 1892
Cemetery:  Ashland Cemetery:  Cyrus PLANK 1841 - 1892;  Rebecca A PLANK, wife of Cyrus 1836 - 1908

Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Cyrus PLANK, E 48th OH, E 114th OH, F 120th OH Inf.   Pension Card:  Invalid applied 7 July 1879, Application 296527, Certificate 202787.  Widow Rebecca PLANK applied for a pension in 8 Aug 1892, Application 557247, Certficate 391384, filed in Ohio.  

1850 Census, Montgomery, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 313, Family 329:  Nicholas PLANK, age 39 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 25 PA; Leah, age 16 PA; John G, age 13 PA; Martin, age 10 PA; Cyrus, age 8 PA; Barbara Ann, age 5 PA; Jacob GARDNER, age 17 PA, farmer.  [Ashland Co OH Marriages, but Nellie M Raber:  Nicholas PLANK married Elizabeth ISEMAN on 20 Dec 1849 in Ashland Co OH.][Member at Family Search thinks Nicholas' first wife was Mary GARDNER.]  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 113:  Nicholas PLANK, age 49 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 36 PA; John G, age 23 PA, carpenter; Martin, age 21 PA; Cyrus, age 19 PA, farm laborer; Barbara A, age 15 PA; Marion, age 6 OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Cyrus PLANK married Rebeca A. CORDELL, 28 Mar 1866, Ashland Co OH.  

Have not found in 1870 census.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Walnut St., Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 154: Cyrus PLANK, age 38 PA, justice of the peace, parents born PA; Rebecca, wife, age 40 OH, parents born VA; Cyrus C, son, age 12 OH; Cordelia, daughter, age 11 OH; Samuel M, son, age 8 OH; John, son, age 2 OH.

1890 Census, Ashland, Ashland Co OH:  Line 46, House 301, Family 301:  Cyrus PLANK, Pvt, Co F 120th OH Inf.   Post Office:  Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Disability: abcess of ???jaw???.   

 In 1893 the Dept. of the Interior reported that Cyrus PLANK was living in Ashland OH.

Ashland County Data Files:  Civil War veteran Cyrus PLANK died 1892.  Buried Ashland Cem.  Department of the Interior record shows Cyrus Plank living in Ashland OH on 7 June 1893.

Son, Cyrus Cordell PLANK's Death record in Ohio:  File # 29844, Cyrus Cordell PLANK, of 207 Highland Ave, died 16 May 1937 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Married.  Book Keeper.  Wife Ella PLANK.  Born 25 Dec 1866 in West Salem [Wayne Co] OH.  Father Cyrus PLANK born PA.  Mother Rebecca CORDELL, born OH.  Burial Ashland, OH.  Informant Eleanor M PLANK of Ashland OH.  

Brother John PLANK's Death record in Ohio:  File # 26006, John PLANK died 8 Apr 1925 at the Wayne County Home, Wooster Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widowed.  Carpenter.  Wife Jennie PLANK.  Born 15 July 1836 at Lancaster Co PA.  Father Nicholas PLANK, born PA.  Mother born PA.  Burial Jeromeville OH.  Informant Mrs. Maude PIPER of Ashland OH.  

??Brother Marion's Death record in Ohio:  File # 64735, Francis M PLANK, of 582 S. Court St, died 26 Oct 1936 at Medina, Medina Co OH.  Married.  Wife Emma? MILLER.  Born 22 June 1854 in Ashland Co.  Father Nicholas PLANK born Lancaster Co PA.  Mother Elizabeth EISEMAN, born Lebanon PA.  Burial ???  Informant Mrs. F. M. PLANK of ??? OH.  

Plank, Morris D.   30 Mar 1864
Private Plank was age 21 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Listed in the 48th as Corporal.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  
Father: Isaac PLANK
Mother:  Lydia LEWIS [WorldConnect researcher]
Birth: 1842 PA
Marriage:  Elizabeth BOOTS, 17 Oct 1867, Ashland Co OH
Death:  1893
Cemetery:   Ashland Cem, Ashland OH

Cemetery Photo Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave.

 Not on Pension Index, but is on the 1890 Veterans Schedule; so he should be on the Pension Index, but I can't find him listed.

1850 Census, Salisbury Twp, Lancaster Co PA, Dwelling 256, Family 276:  Isaac PLANK, age 36 PA; Lydia, wife, age 38 PA; Morris, age 8 PA; Hannah A., age 6 OH; Lydia ?Fransis, age 3 PA; John NULL, age 30 PA, laborer; Saralin? NORTON, age 20 PA.

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 571, Family 571: Isaac PLANK, age 48 OH, farmer; Lydia, age 47 OH; Morris D, age 17 OH; Hannah A., age 15 OH; Lydia L, age 13 OH; Aaron, age 15 OH, farm laborer.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Morris D. PLANK married Elizabeth BOOTS, 17 Oct 1867, Ashland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH:     Isaac PLANK, age 56 PA, farmer; Lydia, age 57 PA; Morris D, age 28 PA, farm laborer; Hannah A, age 26 PA; Lydia F, age 23 PA; Elizabeth, age 28 OH; Cornelia, age 1 OH; Willie H. FULLINGTON, age 12 OH.  [Note:  Is the Elizabeth the soldier's wife?  Is Cornelia their daughter?]

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 182, Dwelling 8:  Morris D PLANK, age 38 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Elizabeth, wife, age 39 OH, father born MD, mother born VA; Ada E, daughter, age 11 OH, farm labour; Albert G, son, age 8 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Orange, Ashland Co OH:  Line 29, House 290, Family 297: Morris D. PLANK, Pvt Co F 120th OH Inf.  Post Office:  Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Disability: chronic diarrhoea and piles.  

Ashland Cemetery:  Morris D PLANK 1842 - 1893 Civil War Veteran;  Elizabeth Boots PLANK wife of Morris D, 1840 - 1888

Son's Death record in Ohio: File # 21460, Albert Isaac PLANK died 21 Feb 1947 at Polk, Ashland Co OH.  Born 2 Mar 1874, Ashland Co OH.  Salesman and Merchant groceries and meat.  Married. Wife Mary Repplinger PLANK.  Father Morris PLANK, born Lancaster PA.  Mother Elizabeth BOATS or BOOTS, born Ashland Co OH. Burial Ashland Cem.  Informant Mary A PLANK of Polk, OH.  

Pollock, David   25 Aug 1862
Corporal Pollock was age 24 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI, 27 Nov. 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.
Father: James POLLOCK
Mother:  ?Nancy  STEVENSON [WorldConnect]
Birth: <1838>OH
Marriage:  single
Death:   1892-1900????
Cemetery:   

Not in Headstone applications.

Not at Ohio Obituary Index.  

Not at In Memoriam/Vets Buried in Wayne Co OH

Pension Index:  David POLLOCK, Co E 114th and Co F 120th OH Inf, applied for an invalid pension 7 Mar 1892, Application 1097693, no Certificate, filed in Ohio.

1850 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 52, Family 52:  David POLLOCK, age 77 Ireland, farmer; James, age 47 PA, farmer, Nancy, age 41 PA; Elisabeth, age 16 OH; Mary, age 14 OH; David, age 12 OH; James, age 10 OH; Samuel, age 8 OH; John, age 4 OH; Nancy, age 3 OH; Sillis [male], age 5 months OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 96:  Nancy POLLOCK, age 52 PA, farmer; David, age 22 OH, farm laborer; James, age 19 OH; Saml, age 17 OH; John, age 14 OH; Nancy, age 13 OH; Silas, age 10 OH; Elizabeth, age 26 OH.  

David isn't listed with Nancy in 1870.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 186:  Nancy POLLACK, age 71 PA, widow, father born PA, mother born New Jersey?; Elizabeth, daughter, age 46 OH, single, parents born PA; David, son, age 42 OH, farmer, single, parents born PA; John, son, age 34 OH, farmer, single, parents born PA; Nancy, daughter, age 32 OH, single, parents born PA.  

Is this the mother Nancy?  Ohio, Deaths and burials, 1854-1997:  Nancy Pollock, born 1808, died 25 Jan 1889 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Another record for this one says Orange Twp., age 81.

Alive in 1892 when he applied for pension.

Sisters 1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1237, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 182:  Elizabeth POLLOCK, age 66 OH, single, born Nov 1833, father born Virginia, mother born PA; Nancy, sister, age 53 OH, single, born May 1847, father born VA, mother born PA.

Elizabeth POLLOCK, 14 Nov 1833 - 14 Jan 1902 and John V POLLOCK, 2 Aug 1845 - 5 Nov 1899 are buried at Nankin Orange Cem.  But no other POLLOCKs  are listed there. Find a Grave  

Reckard, Francis B.*   24 Aug 1862       RICKERD
Private Francis Reckard was age 22 when he entered service.  He died 17 Aug 1863 at Port Hudson, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Port Hudson, Louisiana.

Father: Peter W. RICKERD
Mother:  ???Elizabeth ????
Birth: <1840> NJ
Marriage:  
Death:   May, 1863 Port Hudson, LA
Relationship:  Brother of George and James RECKARD  of the Co F 120th OVI.
Cemetery:   Port Hudson, LA  Pickerd, F B, d. 08/17/1863, F 120 OHIO VOL, Plot: 3 2405
Cemetery Photo Photo credit: Carmen Higgens [Voixloup] at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Francis RICKORD, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 17 Aug 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: remittent fever.

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  J. B. PICKERD, Co F, 120th OH Inf, died 17 Aug 1863.    Port Hudson National Cemetery, Section 3 number 49

Pension Card:  Francis B. RICKERD, Corporal, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Father, Peter W. RICKERD, applied 6 Dec 1887, Application 364432, Certificate 244145, filed in Michigan.  

1850 Census, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 791, Family 793:  Peter W. RICHARD, age 36 PA, farmer; Elisabeth, age 39 NJ; Catherin, age 13 NJ; George, age 12 NJ, school; Francis, age 10 NJ; Lydia A., age 9 NJ; James, age 7 NJ; Phillip, age 5 NJ; Mary E, age 1 NJ.  
[James RICKERD died 18 Dec 1868, born 1842.  Buried at Ashland Cem, Ashland Co OH.]

Have not found in 1860 Census.  
No luck finding this family in Census after the Civil War.

 Not in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Reckard, George   27 Aug 1862           RICKARD
Private George Reckard was age 24 when he entered service.  He was captured 24 Oct 1863 in action at Opelousas, Louisiana; transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Peter W. RICKERD
Mother:  ??Elizabeth ????
Birth: <1838>NJ or OH
Marriage:   Catharine IMHOFF  10 Sep 1866 at Ashland Co OH.  
Death:  20 June 1869 at Ashland OH
Relationship:  Brother of Francis and James RECKARD  of the Co F 120th OVI.
Cemetery:  Imhoff Cem, Ashland Co OH 
Cemetery PhotoPhoto credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave.

Ashland County Civil War Veteran: George W RICKARD died 1869, buried at Imhoff Cem.  Died 20 June 1869, age 30 yr, 8 m, 7 d.  

 Pension Card:  George W. RICKARD, Co F 120th OH Inf., Co E 48th OH Inf, Co E 114th OH Inf.    Minor applictaion 28 June 1880, Application 271928, no Certificate.  Guardian, Joseph MOORE.  Died 20 June 1868 at Ashland OH.  [Notation on another card at ?Fold3.com:  Daniel BRADEN, Co K 102nd OH Inf.  The widow must have remarried.]

1850 Census, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 791, Family 793:  Peter W. RICHARD, age 36 PA, farmer; Elisabeth, age 39 NJ; Catherin, age 13 NJ; George, age 12 NJ, school; Francis, age 10 NJ; Lydia A., age 9 NJ; James, age 7 NJ; Phillip, age 5 NJ; Mary E, age 1 NJ.

I can't find George or his family in 1860 Census.

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  George W. RICKERD married Catharine IMHOFF  10 Sep 1866 at Ashland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 187, Family 182:  Catharine RECKARD, age 20 OH; Charles RECKARD, age one OH; Catharine IMHOFF, age 2 OH.  

Wife's second marriage:

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Daniel BRADEN married Mrs. Catharine RICKERD 17 Oct 1872 at Ashland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 69, Family 69:  Daniel BRADEN, husband age 35 OH, parents born PA, farmer; Catherine, wife, age 31 OH, father born Switzerland, mother born PA; William, son, age 6 OH, parents born OH; Laura E, daughter, age 4 OH, parents born OH; Elisabeth, daughter, age 2 OH, parents born OH, ; Edward, son, age one month OH, parents born OH; Charles RECHART, step son, age 11 OH, parents born OH.  

 1890 Veterans Schedule:  Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 13, House 88,  Family 88: Daniel BRADEN Sgt, Co K 102nd OH Inf.   Post Office: Paradise Hill, OH   Disability: chronic diarrhoea and heart disease.  
Daniel's Pension Index record:  Daniel Braden, Co K 102 OH Inf.  Invalid 28 Feb 1874, Application 190567, Certificate 239832; Widow Cathrine BRADEN, 18 Mar 1918, Application 1117091, Certificate 862822.  

1900 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 128, Family 128:  Daniel BRADEN, age 57 OH, born Oct 1842, married 27 yrs, parents born PA; Catharina, wife, age 50 OH, born Sep 1849, married 27 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, father born Switzerland, mother born PA; Libbie L. , daughter, age 22 OH, born Mar 1878, single, parents born OH; Edward, son, age 20 OH, born May 1880, single, parents born OH; Thomas E, son, age 17 OH, born Mar 1883, single, parents born OH; John G, son, age 14 OH, born May 1886, parents born OH; Daniel, nephew, born Jan 1879, age 21 OH, single, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 199, Family 207:  Daniel BRADEN, age 65 OH, second marriage, married 37 yrs, parents born PA, own income, column 30 marked UA for military service; Catherine, wife, age 59 OH,  second marriage, married 37 yrs, 9 children/8 still living. father born Germany, mother born PA; John ?V, son, age 22 OH, single, farmer, parents born OH; Edward, son, age 29, first marriage, married 5 yrs, grain thrasher, parents born OH; Fanny B, daughter in law, age 24 OH, first marriage, married 5 yrs, 3 children/3still living, parents born OH; Howard V, grand son, age 4 OH, parents born OH; Scott E, grand son, age 2 OH,parents born OH; Marshall J, grand son, age 8 months OH, parents born OH.  

Reckard, James   24 Aug 1862    RICKERD
Private James Reckard was age 19 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Peter W. RICKERD
Mother:  ??Elizabeth ????
Birth: 1842-43 NJ or OH or PA
Marriage:   Augusta E. SWINEFORD, 14 Jan 1864 at Ashland Co OH.  
Death:   18 Dec 1868
Relationship:  Brother of Francis and George RECKARD of Co F 120th OVI
Cemetery:   Ashland Cem, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery PhotoCemetery Photo Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave.

Ashland County Civil War Veteran:  James RICKERD died 1868, buried Ashland Cem.  Age 25.
Ashland county military archives:    James RICKERD, Co B 120th OH.  Died 18 Dec 1868

Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  James RICARD died 18 Dec 1868 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Age 26.  Born 1842.

Pension Card:  James RICKERD, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Co E 48th OH Inf.  Co E 114th OH Inf.   Widow, Augusta E. E. RICHARDS, applied 18 Jan 1869, Application 170569, Certificate 129556.  

1850 Census, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 791, Family 793:  Peter W. RICHARD, age 36 PA, farmer; Elisabeth, age 39 NJ; Catherin, age 13 NJ; George, age 12 NJ, school; Francis, age 10 NJ; Lydia A., age 9 NJ; James, age 7 NJ; Phillip, age 5 NJ; Mary E, age 1 NJ.  [Peter RICKARD died 1897, age 80, buried Ashland Cem.  There is also and Elizabeth RICKARD there.]

I can't find this family in 1860 Census.

Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958:  James RICHARD married Miss Augusta E. SWINEFORD, 14 Jan 1864 at Ashland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 509, Family 499:  Augusta RICKARD, age 23 OH:  Charles, age 3 OH.  

1880 Census, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 301, Family 326:  Abram SWINEFORD, age 60 OH,  auctioneer, parents born PA; Sarah, wife, age 38 OH, father born PA, mother born MD; Pelton?, son, age 29 OH, harness maker; Flora, daughter, age 18 OH; Augusta RICORD, age 34 OH, daughter, widowed, tayloress, parents born OH; Charles, age 14 OH, grandson, parents born OH.  

Son's marriage: Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Charles RICKERD, married Miss Celia SCHREFFLER, 25 Dec 1889 at Ashland Co OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Ashland, Ashland Co OH:  Line 23, House 171 or 177, Family 192:  Augusta RICKERD Post office:  Main St, Ashland.  

1900 Census, 3 Cleveland Ave, Ashland Ward 4, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 28, Family 37:   Augusta RECARD, age 55 OH, born Nov 1846, widowed,  2 children/one still living, seanstress father born VA, mother born OH; Flora SWINEFORD, age 38 OH, sister, father born VA, mother born OH, born Jan 1862, single; Perry J. SWINEFORD, age 49 OH, brother, single, born Nov 1850, harness maker father born VA, mother born OH.  

Ohio, Deaths and burials, 1854-1997:  Augusta RECKARD died 6 May 1907 at Ashland.  Age 61.  Born 1846.

Son's Death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Chas H RICKARD died 25 Apr 1843 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Address 734 E. 91 st.  Age 76.  Married.  Retired clerk at tool crib, Aluminum Co of America.  Born 28 Jun 1866 at Ashland, OH.  Father James RICKARD born Belvidere Co [no such county.  There is a Belvidere in Chester county PA]  PA.  Mother Augusta SWINEFORD born Ashland, OH.  Spouse Celia Etta RICKARD.  Burial: Ashland, OH.  [Spelled RECKARD on his tomb stone.

Reese, Morgan*   24 Aug 1862
Private Reese was age 34 when he entered service.  He died 16 Mar 1863 on a hospital boat.  No burial information is given in the Roll of Honor.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1828>PA or OH
Marriage:  
Death:   16 Mar 1863
Cemetery:   

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Morgan REESE, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 16 Mar 1863 on floating hospital "Nashville T."  Cause: debilitas.

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not found in Pension Index.

1850 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 186, Family 186:  Samuel C REESE, age 33 PA, farmer; Thomas, age 66 PA, farmer; Catherine, age 30 PA; Morgan, age 21 PA; Kasiah [female], age 18 PA; William, age 24 PA, farmer; Susanna, age 22 PA; Mary, age 2 OH.  

1860 Census, Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 776, Family 524:  Thos. REES, age 75 Wales, farmer; Morgan, age 32 OH; Hiram, age 21 OH; Casiah, age 28 OH; Frank BURKHOTT/BURKHOLT, age 7 OH.  

Reichard, Michael   25 Aug 1862
Private Reichard was age 21 when he entered service.  He was wounded on 12 July 1863 in the battle of Jackson, Mississippi; transferred to 105th Co., 2d Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps on 11 Feb 1864; mustered out 13 Oct 1865 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Father: Adam REICHARD
Mother:   Christiana WEILHELM
Birth: Nov 1840
Marriage:  1Mandilla WESTHEFFER, 28 Dec 1865, Ashland Co OH
2Sarah Gantz CLARK,  8 Jun 1887 at Maple Rapids, Clinton, MI
3Hattie Joyce JOYCE, 23 Nov 1891, North Star, Gratiot, MI
4Eunice  A. Aveas BREWER, Newark, Gratiot, MI, 23 Apr 1896
5 Alice Lambert BIGLEY, 11 Nov 1905 at Ithaca, Gratiot, MI
Death:   10 Feb 1923 at St. Louis, Gratiot Co, Michigan
Cemetery: Ithica Cemetery, Gratiot County, MI.  
Requested photo at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  Michael REICHARD, F 120th and 105th Co 2nd Battalion VRC.    Invalid filed 1 Oct 1866, Application 116935, Certificate 90308, no state was given.      Michael died 10 Feb 1923 at St. Louis, Michigan.

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 196, Family 196:  Adam RICHARD, age 46 PA, farmer; Christina, age 44 PA; Daniel, age 19 OH; Michael, age 10 OH; Mary E, age 7 OH; David, age 3 OH; Roseann, age 1 OH; Roseann WILHELM, age 79 PA; Jacob RICHARD, age 23 OH, carpenter.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 223:  Jacob CRUMRINE, age 28 PA, black smith; Sarah, age 28 OH; Michael REICHARD, age 19 OH, apprentice blacksmith.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Michael REICHARD married Mandilla WESTHEFFER, 28 Dec 1865, Ashland Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 672, Fulton Twp, Gratiot Co MI, page 58:  Michael REICHARD, age 29 OH, farmer; Mandilla, age 22 OH; William, age 3 OH.  [Note: Family Search member says Michael married Mandilla WESTOVER in 1865 in OH.  That he was born 12 Nov 1840 in Ashland Co.  Died 10 Feb 1923. ]

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 580, Fulton Twp, Gratiot Co MI, page 497:  Michael REICHARD, age 39 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Mandilla, wife, age 33 OH, father born OH, mother born PA;  William, son, age 12 OH; John, son, age 9 MI; Charles, son, age 5 MI.  

Michigan Marriages:  Michael REICHARD, age 46, born <1841> Ashland Co OH, married Sarah Gantz CLARK, age 29, born <1858> Licking Co OH.  Married 8 Jun 1887 at Maple Rapids, Clinton, MI.  Parents names not given.

Michigan Marriages:  Michael REICHARD, age 50, born <1841> OH, married Hattie Joyce JOYCE, age 42, born <1849> OH.  Married 23 Nov 1891, North Star, Gratiot, MI.  Hattie's parents: Ezra JOYCE and Rhoda MORRISON.  Michael's parents: Adam REICHARD and C. WILHELM.  

1894 Michael REICHARD was listed as living in North Star Twp, Gratiot County in the Michigan Census of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines.

Michigan Marriages:  Michael REICHARD, age 55, born <1841> OH, married Eunice A. Aveas BREWER, age 57 NY, born <1839>.  They married in Newark, Gratiot, MI, 23 Apr 1896.  Her parents were Alexander ALVEAS and Nancy LETSON.  Michael's parents were Adam REICHARD and Christiana WEILHELM.  

1900 Census, North Star Twp, Gratiot Co MI:  Dwelling 116, Family 117:  Michael REICHARD, age 59 OH, born Nov 1840, farmer, parents born PA, married 4 yrs; Eunice, wife, age 61 NY, born Feb 1839, 0 children, father born France, mother born Canada.  

Michigan Marriages:  Michael REICHARD, age 65, born <1840> OH, married Alice Lambert BIGLEY, age 60, born <1845> England.  Married 11 Nov 1905 at Ithaca, Gratiot, MI.  Bride's father: Wm. LAMBERT; mother not listed.  Michael's parents: John A. REICHARD and C. WILHELM.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 648, North Star Twp, Gratiot Co MI, page 260:  Michael REICHARD, age 69 OH, second marriage, married 4 yrs, farmer on general farm, parents born PA, Column 30 marked UA for military service; Alice M, wife, age 65 England, 2nd marriage, married 4 yrs, 12 children/4 still living, parents born England.  

1920 Census, Bethany Twp, Gratiot, MI, Dwelling 37, Family 37:  John H. REICHARD, age 48 MI, parents born OH, carpenter at sugar factory; Arminda M, wife, age 46 MI, parents born OH; Mary E, daughter, age 17 MI, single, parents born MI, music teacher; Micheal [sic], father, age 79 OH, widowed, parents born Germany, laborer.  

Rickel, Peter P.   15 Aug 1862
Private Rickel was age 25 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864. [no further info after that]
Father: ?Michael B RICKEL
Mother:  ? Anne ????
Birth: <1838>OH
Marriage:  Sarah G. WALKER, 24 Feb 1870, Hancock Co OH.    
Death:   Probably between 21 May 1880 and 23 June 1890.  
Cemetery:   Bowman Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph Co, IN, Sec 3 Lot 5.
Cemetery PhotoPhoto credit:  John Monk at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  Peter P RICKEL, E 114th and F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1880 May 21, Application 366954, Certificate 351023.   A pension for a minor was filed in 23 June 1890, Application 426877, Certificate 358387, filed in Ohio.  The guardian was Allen GREELY.

Application for Headstone:  Peter P. RICKEL pvt Co F 120th OH Vol.  and Pvt Co E 114th OH Vol.    Upright marker.  Enlistment dates: 12 Sep 1862.   Bowman Cemetery, South Bend IN.  To be shipped to Irvin D. MORSE at South Bend, St. Joseph Co, IN.  His post office address was 910 E. Dayton St.  Shipped 30 Nov 1938.   Signed by Irvin S. Morse on 3 Sep 1938.

1850 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 130, Family 131:   M. S. REICKLE, age 64 PA, farming;  Anne, age 56 PA; Josiah, age 23 OH, farming; Lydia REICKLE, age 22 OH; Polly, age 19 OH; Rachael, age 17 OH; Peter, age 13 OH.

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 209:  Michael B RICKLE, age 72 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 42 OH; Peter, age 22 OH, laborer; Joel, age 15 OH, Rachael, age 26 OH.  [Michael B. RICKEL died 1 Jun 1878.  Buried at Rickle Cemetery, Albion, Ashland co OH.  Elizabeth RICKEL died 2 Jan 1859, born 1803, buried at Rickle Cemetery. Wife of Michael B.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  Peter RICKEL married Sarah G. WALKER, 24 Feb 1870, Hancock Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1218, Marion Twp, Hancock Co OH, page 210:  Peter RICKEL, age 32 OH, labors on farm; Sarah, age 21 OH; Lucretia WALKER, age 11 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 77:  Peter RICKEL, age 42 OH, carpenter, father born PA, mother born PA?;  Sarah J, wife, age 31 OH, father born Ireland, mother born Pa; Sarah S, daughter, age 9 OH; Nora B, daughter, age 5 months OH, born Jan 1880;  Lucretia WALKER, sister in law, age 21 OH, father born Ireland, mother born PA?; Soporia?, sister in law, age 16 OH, father born Ireland, mother born PA.

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

???Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Sarah J. RICKEL died 31 Oct 1882, Putnam Co OH, age 33, born <1849>.   [Note:  Putnam Co is in northwestern OH.]

Why was Peter in St. Joseph Co IN when he died?  

 

Rickel, William*   12 Sept 1862
Private Rickel was age 21 when he entered service.  He died on 5 Sept 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri of wounds received on 10 July 1863 in the battle of Jackson, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at St. Louis, Missouri, in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery. [I have not found him listed at Jefferson Barracks.]
Father: Peter RICKEL
Mother:  Nancy
Birth: <1841>
Marriage:  
Death:   5 Sept 1863 at Jefferson Barracks, MO
Cemetery:    West Salem Cem, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH/ son of P. and N.   age ??23yrs, 3 mths, 9dys.[Wayne County Cemeries book]

Stone PhotoStone PhotoPhoto by Susie Holderfield

Wille B. is readable on the stone.  

 

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  William RICKEL, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf.  died 5 Sep 1863 at General Hospital Jefferson Barracks.  Cause: V. S. left shoulder.  

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

Pension Index:  William RICKEL, Co F 120 OH Inf.   William's mother, Nancy Rickel, applied 24 July 1878, Application 238513, no Certificate, but no state was given.  

1850 Census, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 43, Family 43:  Peter RICKEL, age 56 VA, farmer; Nancy, age 47 PA; Michael, age 21 OH, farmer; [next page] Levi, age 19 OH, farmer; Mathiu [male], age 16 OH; Catharine, age 14 OH; Wesley, age 12 OH; William, age 10 OH; Alexander, age 4 OH.   [Next door, Dwelling 44, Family 44:  Joseph RICKEL, age 24 OH; Sarah, age 21 OH; Parker, age 2 OH.]

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1051, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 351:  Peter RICKEL, age 65 VA, listed as a "Gent"; Nancy, age 53 PA; Wesley, age 22 OH, cooper; William, age 19 OH, farm laborer; Alisea, age 13 OH.  [Peter died in 1865 in Wayne Co]

1870 Census, West Salem, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 87, Family 92:  Nancy RICKEL, age 64 PA; Peter A, age 24 OH.  [Note:  Joe RICKEL, age 44, and family are next door on the census.]  [Nancy RICKEL, wife of Peter, died 8 May 1888.  buried West Salem Cem.]

Saltzman, George W.   22 Aug 1862
Private Saltzman was age 23 when he entered service.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River, Louisiana; paroled ________; mustered out 10 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: George SALTZMAN
Mother:  ??Mary
Birth: Aug 1837 OH
Marriage:  Susan A. WALTERS on 26 Sep 1860 in Wayne Co OH
Death:   16 Dec 1915 at E. St. Louis, IL
Cemetery:   
Not at Find a Grave.  

Pension Index:  George W SALTZMAN, F 120th and D 114th OH Inf.   George applied for an invalid pension in Missouri 20 Mar 1888, Application 645740, Certificate 976363, filed in MO.  Pension Card:  George died 16 Dec 1915 at E. St. Louis, IL.

1850 Census, Sugar Creek Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 393, Family 394:  George SATZMAN, age 45 PA, farmer; Polly, age 40 PA; John, age 18 OH; Samuel, age 15 OH; George W, age 13 OH; Mary, age 9 OH.

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1050, Sugar Creek Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 94:  George SALTZMAN, age 70 PA, farmer; Mary, age 66 PA; Samuel, age 25 OH; George, age 23 OH, labourer; Mary, age 18 OH.  [Note:  Father, George SALTZMAN born 1790, died 14 July 1875 in Sugar Creek Twp.  Was in the war of 1812.  Born Butler Co, Pa. Burial Union Cem, Dalton, Wayne Co OH.]

Wayne County Probate Court record:  George W SALTZMAN married Susan A. WALTERS on 26 Sep 1860 in Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1280, Congress Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 157:  G. SALTZMAN, age 33 OH, drayman [note: a hauler of freight]; Amanda, age 35 OH; Felix? [male] age 4 OH; Henry J, age 2 OH; Anna M, age 10 months OH, born July 1869.

1880 Census, Maryville, Nodaway Co, MO, p 183:  G W SALTZMAN, age 42 OH, parents born PA, works in brick yard; Susan A., wife, age 43 OH, parents born PA; Philo, son, age 14 OH; Harry, son, age 12 OH; Anna, daughter, age 10 OH; Cordie, daughter, age 8 IA, Prosper, son, age 6 MO; Ernest, son, age 3 MO.  

Pension record from Debbie F.:
Pension record for Solon Boydston, Company A, had an affidavit from George Saltzman telling about Solon's illness with sunstroke.  It was dated 7 Apr 1885 at Maryville, Nodaway Co, Missouri.  

Dear Sir

I think every prisoner ought to have a pension. We suffered every thing. Death would of been exceptiable. They starved us for too or three days at a time and then they would give us some fat meat and beans. We could skim the worms of[f] them and half enough. They took our shoes. Our feet was bleading. I was so sick with the chronic dir [diarrhea]and had the rheumatism so bad I would give up and lye down. This was when they took us prisoners and marched us on duble quick for too days and never gave us one bite to eat. If we would give out they would come at us with the baynot [bayonet] and swair and curs at us. We had to get or be ????. While we was in prison we ware most naked with out shelter. The sun so hot it curled our hair. They would call us up very often and tell us that they would shot every yankey, shoot one or too and send us back to our quarters. I never called? a doctor or went to the hospital. I thought I would die sure if I went there. If there is a man ever diserved of pension it is me. I wish you would look up my case. I am a year . I hope you will try to get me a pension. I was not at home when your papers came. This is just a ???camesnsoon??? of what I could tell you of my suffering in prison.

Yours respectfully

George W. Saltzman

Maryville Nodaway Co, MO

1900 Census, St. Louis, St. Louis Co, MO, 4310 Broadway, Dwelling 54, Family 64: George SALTZMAN, age 62 OH, born Aug 1837, married 32 yrs, father born PA, mother born OH, dairyman; Sarah A, wife, age 65 OH, born June 1834, parents born PA; Harry B, son, age 30 OH, born Oct 1869, parents born OH, manager stable; Prosper, son, age 25 MO, born Jan 1875, parents born OH, engineer sta.  

1910 Census, 1119 North 9th St, 8th Ward, 1st Precinct, East St. Louis, St. Clair Co IL: Dwelling 209, Family 215:  George SALTZMAN, age 72 OH, married 49 yrs, father born PA, mother born OH; Coal and Express biz, Column 30 not filled out for military; Susan A, wife, age 75 OH, married 49 yrs, 7 children/4 still living, parents born PA; Harry, son, age 57 MO, single, parents born OH, foreman hoi?r field; Jennie LEHMAN, servant, widow, age 50 IN, parents born IN, housework.  

Shriner, George   10 Oct 1862
Private Shriner was age 22 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: William  SCHREINER
Mother:  Susanna SHEETS  [patriciap98 at Ancestry.com tree]
Birth: 5 Nov 1835, PA
Marriage:   Julia [nee BLUE] HENDRICKS, 8 Aug 1878, Marshall Co IN
Death:   28 Nov 1921 at Breman, German Twp, Marshall County IN.  
Cemetery:  Bremen Cemetery, Marshall Co IN   [also spelled SCHRINER]

George Shriner in Bremen Cemetery, Marshall Co INPhoto Credit:  Scabbardfish at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  George SHRINER, F 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1890 Apr 12, Application 768285, Certificate 830092, filed in Indiana.  Pension Card:  George died 28 Nov 1921 at Breman, German Twp, Marshall County IN 

1850 Census, Chester, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 193, Family 196:  William SCHREINER, age 53 PA, laborer; Susanna, age 50  PA; Henry, age 16  PA, laborer; Peter, age 12  PA; George, age 10  PA; Nancy, age 15  PA; Maria, age 15  PA; Barbara, age 13  PA.  

1860 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH,  William SHIVER, age 62 PA, farmer; Susanna, age 60 PA; Wm, age 32 PA, wagon maker; Mary, age 24 PA; Peter, age 21 PA, farm laborer; George, age 20 PA, farm laborer; Benjamin CORTS, age 4 OH.  

1870 Census, Harrison Twp, Elkhart IN, Dwelling 161, Family 162: George SHRINER, age 28 PA, works on farm;  he is living with the Jacob and Barbara YODER family.  

Indiana, Marriages:  George SCHRINER married Julia HENDRICKS, 8 Aug 1878, Marshall Co IN.  

1880 Census, German Twp, Marshall Co IN, Dwelling 156, Family 156:  George SHRINER, age 40 PA, laborer, parents born PA; Julianna, wife, age 44 OH, parents born PA; John WATERHOUSE, step son, age 13 IN, father born OH, mother born Canada, laborer; Elizabeth THOMAS, step daughter, age 21 IN, father born Canada, mother born OH; Sarah THOMAS, step daughter, age 16 IN, father born Canada, mother born OH; Wm McGOMAN, boarder, age 26 OH, farmer, parents born OH.  

1900 Census,  German Twp, Marshall Co IN, Dwelling 27, Family 27:  George SCHRINER, age 62 PA, born Jan 1839, married 21 yrs, parents born PA, farmer; Julia A, wife, age 65 OH, born Feb 1841, married 21 yrs, 8 children, 7 still living, father born NJ, mother born PA.  

1910 Census, German Twp, Marshall Co IN, Dwelling 206, Family 209:  George SCHRINER, age 74 PA, first marriage, married 30 yrs PA, parents born PA, has own income, marked UA for military service; Julia A, wife, age 76 OH, second marriage, married 30 yrs, 6 children/2 still living, father born VA, mother born PA.

Julie Ann BLUE SHRINER was married 4 times before marrying George.  She died 8 Dec 1915.  Buried at Riverside Church, Bremen, Marshall Co IN. [WorldConnect]

1920 Census, Baltimore st, 2nd ward, Bremen, German Twp, Marshall Co IN, Dwelling 117, Family 119:  George SHRINNER, age 80 PA, widowed, parents born PA, no occupation.  '

Bremen Public Library:  Obit: the Bremen Enquirer, 1 Dec 1921, page 1:
"Old Civil War Veteran Dies at Advanced Age
 George Schriner, aged 86 years and 23 days, died Monday at the residence of Mr. And Mrs. Randle Sellers  [note: Mrs. Sellers was Julia's daughter], southwest of Bremen, of the infirmities of age.  He was for many years a resident of the Riverside vicinity, and served as a soldier in the war of the Rebellion.  He was an uncle of David Schriner of Bremen, and a relative of Mrs. Sellers.  He was born in Pennsylvania Nov. 5, 1835.
  Funeral services were held today in Grace Untied Brethren church in Bremen by Rev. Borert.  Interment was in the Bremen cemetery."

Sloan, John   21 Aug 1862
Captain John Sloan was age 23 when he entered service.  He was promoted from 2d Lieut. on 20 Feb 1863; resigned 19 Sept 1863.
Father: Samuel SLOAN
Mother:  ?Lavinia HUNTER
Birth: <1840>
Marriage:  
Death:  
Cemetery:   Ashland Cemetery, Ashland OH

Photo credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Not found in Pension Index.  

 Not found in Headstones for Civil War Veterans.  

1850 Census, Unity, Westmoreland Co PA, Dwelling 451, Family 463:  Samuel SLOAN, age 38 PA, farmer; Levina, age 26 PA; John, age 12 PA; William, age 10 PA; Samuel, age 8 PA; David, age one PA.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll930, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 39, Dwelling 638, Family 614:  Samuel SLOAN, age 51 PA, farmer; Lovenia, age 29 PA; John, age 20 PA, painters Appr.; Wm, age 18 PA, farm laborer; Samuel, age 16 PA, farm laborer [see soldier below]; David, age 10 PA; Arabella, age 9 PA; Mary E, age 8 PA; Alice, age 3 OH.  [also 1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 89:  John SLOAN, age 20 PA, painter.....living with Edwin C and Sarah ?LEECH?]    

1870 Census, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 149, Family 136:  Lovinia SLOAN, age 46 PA; David, age 20 PA; Belle, age 18 PA; Lizzie, age 16 PA; Alice, age 12 OH; Emma J, age 8 OH.  [father Samuel died 4 May 1865, buried Ashland Cem]

Sloan, Samuel   15 Aug 1862          
Corporal Samuel Sloan was age 19 when he entered service.  He was discharged 31 Mar 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father: Samuel SLOAN
Mother:  ?Lavinia HUNTER
Birth: 1843
Marriage:  
Death:   3 Sep 1871, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:   Ashland Cemetery, Ashland OH
Cemetery Photo Photo credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave
The GAR flag holder is with his father's memorial stone in the cemetery.  Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Samuel H. SLOAN, died 3 Sep 1871, Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Another record said Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Born 1843.

Pension Index:  Samuel SLOAN, F 120th OH invalid filed 20 Dec 1870, Application 161921, Certificate 111318.  

1850 Census, Unity, Westmoreland Co PA, Dwelling 451, Family 463:  Samuel SLOAN, age 38 PA, farmer; Levina, age 26 PA; John, age 12 PA; William, age 10 PA; Samuel, age 8 PA; David, age one PA.

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll930, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 39, Dwelling 638, Family 614:  Samuel SLOAN, age 51 PA, farmer; Lovenia, age 29 PA [incorrect age???]; John, age 20 PA, painters Appr.; Wm, age 18 PA, farm laborer; Samuel, age 16 PA, farm laborer; David, age 10 PA; Arabella, age 9 PA; Mary E, age 8 PA; Alice, age 3 OH.    

[1870 census August 1870, still in Orange Twp, has another sister named Emma J, age 8.  But neither the father nor son Samuel are there. The father died 4 May 1865, age 55.]
Dwelling 149, Family 136:  Lovinia SLOAN, age 46; David, age 20; Belle, age 18; Lizzie, age 16; Alice, age 12; Emma J, age 8.  [Lavina died 1895.]   [father Samuel died 4 May 1865, buried Ashland Cem]

Soldier died in 1871.

1880 Census, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 313, Family 339:  Lovinia SLOAN, age 50 PA, parents born PA; Lizzie, daughter, age 21 OH.   [Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Elizabeth M. SLOAN married William W. WHITING 4 Dec 1884 at Ashland co OH.]

????sister's death record:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Elizabeth WHITING, wife of William WHITING, died 18 Jan 1943 at Marion, Marion Co OH/  Age 84.  Widowed.  Born about 1859 at Ashland Co OH.  Burial, Ashland Cemetery.  Father Samuel SLOAN born Westmoreland Co PA.  Mother Vina HUNTER, born Westmoreland co PA.   

 


This is another Samuel Sloan, Civil War soldier, from Ashland County who was about the same age.
 Samuel Hazlett SLOAN
Father: John Wallace SLOAN
Mother:   Lavina
Birth: 5 Oct 1843 at Clarion Co PA
Marriage:  Ordeliu SIMANTON, 12 Feb 1891, Ashland Co OH
Death:   15 Jan 1937 in Ashland, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:    Ashland Mausoleum, Ashland Cem, Ashland OH

Cemetery PhotoPhoto credit:  Bill Miller

1850 Census, Limestone Twp, Clarion Co PA, Dwelling 591, Family 607:  J. W. SLOAN, age 32 PA, farmer; L. J., age 28 PA; Sarah H [male] age 6 PA [this must be Samuel]; Nancy J, age 4 PA; J. C, [male] age one PA.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1095, Limestone Twp, Clarion Co PA, page 267:  John W SLOAN, age 41 PA, farmer; Lovena, age 47 PA; Samuel, age 17 PA; Nancy, age 15 PA; James, age 10 PA; Cynthia, age 8 PA; Sarah, age 3 PA.  

1870 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 180, Family 175:  John W. SLOAN, age 52 PA, farmer; Lavina J. , age 47 PA; Samuel H., age 26 PA; Nancy J, age 24 PA; Alice, age 18 PA; Sarah B, age 12 PA; Ida C, age 6 PA.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 146:  John W SLOAN, age 62 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Lovina, wife, age 58, parents born PA; Samuel H SLOAN, son, age 36 PA, farmer, parents born PA; James C, son, age 30 PA, teacher; Cynthia, daughter, age 27 PA; Ida, daughter, age 16 PA.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  S. H. SLOAN married Ordeliu SIMANTON, 12 Feb 1891, Ashland Co OH.  

1900 Census, Ashland, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 4, Family 9:  Samuel H. SLOAN, age 56 PA, born Oct 1843, married 9 yrs, parents born PA, no occupation;  Ordel, wife, age 45 OH, born Dec 1854, married 9 yrs, 0 children, parents born PA; Ida C, sister, age 36 PA, single, born May 1864, parents born PA, seamstress.  

1910 have not found

1920 have not found

1930 Census, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, Family 51:  Samuel H. SLOAN, age 86 PA, parents born PA; Ordelin, wife, age 75 OH, parents born PA.  

Ashland Cemetery  Samuel H SLOAN 1843 - 1937   Civil War Soldier

Death record in Ohio:  File # 110, Samuel Hazlett SLOAN, of 344 Orange St, died 15 Jan 1937 in Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  He served in the Civil War.  Widowed.  Wife Ordelin SLOAN.  Born 5 Oct 1843 at Clarion Co PA.  Retired farmer.  Father John Wallace SLOAN born PA.  Mother Lavina SLOAN born Clarion Co PA.  Burial Ashland Mausoleum.  

 

Sloan, Thomas H.*   15 Aug 1862    Thomas Hunter SLOAN
Private Sloan was age 23 when he entered service.  He died 6 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: David SLOAN
Mother:  Jane HUNTER [WorldConnect]
Birth: 8 Jun 1840, Westmoreland PA [WorldConnect]
Marriage:  
Death:   6 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:   Vicksburg National Cem [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Thomas SLOAN, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 5 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause:  pneumonia.

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

1850 Census, Unity, Westmoreland Co PA, Dwelling 126, Family 129:  David SLOAN, age 43 PA, farmer; Jane, age 40 PA; Mary, age 14 PA; Margret, age 13 PA; Thomas, age 11 PA; James, age 9 PA; David, age 8 PA; Rebeca, age 5 PA; William, age 2 PA.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 111:  David S SLOAN, age 52 PA, farmer; Jane, age 49 PA; Mary, age 24 PA, school teacher; Margaret, age 22 PA; Thomas, age 20 PA; James, age 18 PA, farm laborer; David, age 17 PA, farm laborer; Rebecca, age 15 PA; William, age 12 PA; Anna, age 7 PA.  

 Sister's death, Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Anna E. PHELPS died 3 Aug 1916 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Born 18 Oct 1852 in OH.  Married.  Buried at Andover, CN on 5 Aug 1916.  Father David SLOAN, born PA.  Mother Jane HUNTER, born PA.  

Smalley, John W.*   25 Aug 1862
Private Smalley was age 20 when he entered service.  He died 29 Mar 1863 in hospital at St. Louis, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at St. Louis, Missouri, in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery.
Father: Richard SMALLEY
Mother:  Ardella VanTillburg
Birth: 30 Mar 1842
Marriage:  
Death:   29 Mar 1863, St. Louis MO
Cemetery:   Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St Louis Co MO [not listed] or Old Rowsburg or Smalley Cemetery in Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, county road 175 south of Rowsburg

Cemetery PhotoPhoto credit: Bill Miller.
Age 20 yrs, 11 mo, 29 dys
Co F 120th OVI
Son of R. and A. SMALLEY

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  John W. SMALLEY, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf. died 29 Mar 1863 at Elliot General Hospital St. Louis MO.  Cause: erypsipelas [bacterial skin infection].

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

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 85, Family 85:  Richard SMALLEY, age 40 OH, farmer; Ardilla, age 32 OH; Henry, age 10 OH; John, age 9 OH; Daniel, age 7 OH; Richard, age 4 OH; Jacob, age one OH; John SMALLEY, age 43 OH, farmer.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 229:  Richard SMALLEY, age 55 OH, farmer; Ardella, age 40 OH; Henry, age 19 OH; John, age 17 OH; Daniel, age 15 OH; Richard, age 13 OH; Silas, age 9 OH; Benjamin F, age 5 OH; Ellmore, age 11 months OH; Catherine, age 84 VA.  

Ashland county military archives:   Enlisted at Mansfield.

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 30 Mar 1842.  

Old Rowsburg or Smalley Cemetery in Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, county road 175 south of Rowsburg:  John W SMALLEY died 1863, age 20 in the Civil War.

Brother's death, Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  William E. SMALLEY died 5 Dec 1949, age 90.  Born 9 Oct 1859 at Rowsburg, OH.  Father Richard SMALLEY.  Mother Ardella VANTILBURG.  

Brother's death, Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Benjamin F. SMALLEY died 25 Mar 1925 at Jeromeville, Ashland Co OH.  Burial at Jeromeville.  Divorced.  Farm worker.  Spouse Dora SMALLEY.  Father Richard SMALLEY born PA.  Mother Ardilla VANTILBURG, born OH.  

Smily, Richard   25 Aug 1862          Richard S. SMILIE
Sergeant Smily was age 20 when he entered service.  He was appointed from private on 1 July 1863; captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: John SMILIE
Mother:  Catharine SMALLY
Birth: 13 Oct 1840 in Reedsburg, OH
Marriage:  1Frances L. DORLAND, 19 Nov 1866, Ashland Co OH.  
2Lavinia SMALLEY <1886>
Death:    25 Sep 1927 at Oberlin OH
Cemetery:   Rowsburg Cemetery, Ashland Co OH

Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoPhoto credit: Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Richard S SMILIE, F 120th OH.  Invalid in OH 6 Oct 1887, Application 625039, Certificate 475315, filed in OH.  Widow Vene SMILIE in Ohio in 1927 Dec 1, application 1598204, Certificate noted as A-2-21-28, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Richard died 25 Sep 1927 at Oberlin OH.   

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 104, Family 104:  John SMILEE, age 44 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 36 OH; Robert, age 13 OH; Richard, age 11 OH; Catharine SMILEE, age 73 NJ?.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 228:  John A SMILEY, age 54 PA, farmer; Robert, age 22 OH, farm laborer; Richard, age 20 OH; Thomas, age 10 OH. [Parents Note:  Wayne County Probate Court record.....John A SMILEY married Catharine SMALLY on 19 Dec 1833 in Wayne Co OH.]

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Richard SMILEY married Francis DORLAND on 19 Nov 1866 at Ashland Co OH.  

Richard's first wife, Frances DORLAND.  Rowsburg Cemetery, Frances L SMILIE wife of R. S. died 1879 age 31 yrs.  

1880 Census, Seried T9 Roll 991, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 200:  Richard ? SMILIE, age 38 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother born ?;  Jessie, daughter, age 6 OH, parents born OH; Paul, son, age 4 OH, parents born OH; Millie, daughter, age 2 OH, parents born OH.  

2nd wife, Lavenia SMALLEY. <1886>

1900 Veterans Schedule:  Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 40, House 288, Family 290:  Richard S. SMILIE, Sergt.  Co F 120 OVI.    Post Office:  Rowsburg, OH.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1206, Oberlin village, Lorain Co OH, page 259:  Richard SMYLIE, age 68 OH, second marriage, married 24 yrs, oil peddler, father born PA, mother born OH; Lavina, wife, age 60 OH, first marriage, married 24 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, parents born OH.  [Column 30 not marked for military service.]  

1920 Census, Series T625 Roll 1406, Oberlin village, Russia Twp, Lorain Co OH, page 253:  Richard SMILIE, age 78 OH, custodian ??college, father born PA, mother born OH; Lavenia, wife, age 69 OH, parents born OH.   

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 1841.  Died 1927.  Burial Rowsburg, CR1302, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH.  Listed as R. S. SMILIE, Civil War.  

Death record in Ohio:  File # 52693, Richard S SMILIE, of 215 W. College St, died 25 Sept 1927 at Oberlin, Lorain Co OH. Married.  Wife Lavenia SMILIE.  Born 13 Oct 1840 in Reedsburg, OH.  Custodian at men's building Oberlin College.  Father John SMILIE born OH.  Mother SMALEY, born OH.  Informant John PAUL of 6548 Yale Ave, Chicago.  Burial Rows, OH....Ashland County.  

Brother's death, Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Robert SMILIE, Sr. died 8 Oct 1934 at Ashland OH.  Address 32 W. 3rd St.  Married to Alma Irene SMILIE.  Burial at Ashland.  Born 10 Aug 1837 in OH.  Grocer.  Father John SMILIE, born OH.  Mother Catherine SMALLEY, born PA.  

2nd wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 48792, Lavinia SMILIE, of 215 W. College St, died 20 Mar 1940 at Oberlin, Lorain Co OH.  Widowed.  Husband Richard S. SMILIE.  Born 19 June 1850 at Nankin, OH.  Father Mathia SMALLEY, born OH.  Mother Martha CHRISTY born Wayne Co OH.  Burial Rows, OH.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  File # 52187, Mrs. Mildred DEWEY, of 1250 Lakland Ave, died 8 Sep 1932 at ST. Luke's Hospital, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Widowed.  Husband Wm? S DEWEY.  Born 12 Mar 1878 at Ashland OH.  Father Richard SMILIE born OH.  Mother Francis DORLAND, born OH.  Burial ???

Smith, Thomas M.   25 Aug 1862
Private Smith was age 21 when he entered service.  He was discharged 7 Oct 1863 at Mound City, Illinois, on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: William SMITH
Mother:  Elizabeth WEAVER
Birth: <1841>OH
Marriage:  Henrietta SOULES 7 Sep 1865, Ashland Co OH
Death:    22 Feb 1898 Crystal, Montcalm Co MI
Cemetery:   Burke Cemetery, Carson City, Montcalm Co,MI
Thomas M. Smith at Burke Cemetery, Montcalm Co, MIPhoto Credit:  Amanda Sheets at Find a Grave.  

Pension Index:  Thomas M SMITH, F 120th OH, invalid 15 Apr 1889, Application 699395, Certificate 511770, filed in Michigan.  Widow Henrietta SMITH filed in 1898 Mar 2, Application 672528, Certificat 483253, filed in Michigan.  Pension Card:  Thomas died 22 Feb 1898.

1850 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 203, Family 207:  William SMITH, age 47 PA, shoemaking; Elizabeth, age 38 PA; Thomas M, age 9 OH.  

1860 Census, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 157, Family 157:  William SMITH, age 56 PA, shoemaker; Elizabeth, age 49 PA; Thomas M, age 19 OH, laborer.  

Ashland County Data files marriages:  Thomas M SMITH married Henrietta SOULES 7 Sep 1865.

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 692, Crystal Twp, Montcalm Co MI, page 46:  Thomas SMITH, age 26 OH, farm laborer; Nettie, ae 20 OH; Cora, age 3 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 596, Crystal Twp, Montcalm Co MI,  Page 78:  Thomas M SMITH, age 36 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Henriett, wife, age 30 OH, parents born OH; Cora A, daughter, age 14 OH.  

Cora married at age 15 with consent of her parents on 11 Jan 1882 at Crystal.  She married Wilfred H. ROSE of Carson City.  He was 26 born in OH.  Cara was 15 born in OH.  He was a school teacher.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Crystal Twp, Montcalm Co MI:  Line 17, House 156, Family 158:  Thomas M. SMITH, Pvt, Co F 120 OVI.   Post Office: Crystal, Montcalm Co MI.  Disabilities:  heart disease and chronic diarrhoea.  

Soldier died 1898.

1900 Census, Crystal Twp, Montcalm Co MI, Dwelling 288, Family 288:  John E. MAYS, age 25 MI, single, born Apr 1875, farmer, father born NY, mother born OH; Henryetta SMITH, servant, age 52 OH, widow, born Dec 1847, one child/one still living, house keeping; Liona B ROOSE, servant, age 15 MI, born July 1884, single, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 665, Crystal Twp, Montcalm Co MI, page 102..part impossible to read:  Henrietta SMITH, age 63 OH, widow, father born NY, mother born OH; Courtland ROON?, grandson, age 23 MI, 1st marriage, married 7 months, parents born OH; Pearl ROON, grand daughter in law, age 19 MI, first marriage, married 7 months, parents born MI.    ROOS OR ROSE

1920? Heneryetta is still living with Cortland and Pearl ROOS and family. 

Family Search, Michigan Deaths and Burials:  Thos. M. SMITH died 22 Feb 1898 at Crystal, Montcalm Co MI.  Age 57.  Born <1841> in Ohio. Occupation farmer.  Married.  Father Wm SMITH.  Mother Elizabeth WEAVER.  

Family Search, Michigan, Death Certificates 1921-1952:  Henrietta SMITH died 28 Nov 1923 at Alma, Gratiot Co MI, age 76.  Widow.  Born 25 Dec 1846 at Ashland Co OH.  Father: Stephen SOULE.  

Snyder, Marion B.   4 Feb 1864
Musician Snyder was age 17 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI on 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Benjamin SNYDER
Mother:  Mary BIDDINGER
Birth: 15 Oct 1848, OH
Marriage:  Rebecca SPANSLER/SPONDSLER, 3 Sep 1868, Ashland Co OH
Death:   20 Feb 1914, Troy, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:   Nova, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH
Relationship:  Brother of Philip SNYDER, Co F 120th OVI
Cemetery Photo Photo credit:  Mark Tedrow at Find a Grave

Pension Index:   Marion B SNYDER, F 120th, E 114th, B and E 48th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1883 Apr 27, Application 481766, Certificate 299645, filed in OH.   Widow Rebecca Snyder filed 1914 July 17, Application 1031194, Certificate 782284, filed in Ohio.  

1850 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 494, Family 506:  Benjamin SNYDER, age 34 PA, millwright; May, age 22 OH; Philip, age 3 OH; Marion [female] age 1yr6mths OH. [Ohio, County Marriages:  Benjamin SNYDER married Mary BIDDINGER, 19 Oct 1845, Richland Co OH.]

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 23:  Benjamin SNIDER, age 46 PA, mill wright; Mary, age 32 OH; Phillip, age 13 OH [see soldier Philip below]; Marion, age 11 OH; Sarah A, age 9 OH; Mary, age 8 OH; Elizabeth E, age 7 OH; Geo W. age 5 OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Marion B. SNYDER married Rebecca SPANSLER, 3 Sep 1868, Ashland Co OH.  Marion's mother: Mary SNYDER.  

1870 Census, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 827:  Marion SNYDER, age 21 OH, farmer; Rebecca, age 25 OH.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 230:  Marion SNYDER, age 31 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH; Rebecca, wife, age 36 OH, parents born PA; Cora, daughter, age 7 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Troy, Ashland Co OH:  Line 46, House 131, Family 131:  Maron B. SNYDER.    Post Office:  Troy, Ashland Co OH.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1237, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 197:  Marion B SNYDER, age 51 OH, born Oct 1848, married 31 yrs, paper hanger, father born PA, mother born OH; Rebecca, wife, age 57 OH, born Dec 1842, married 31 yrs, 1 child/0 living, parents born PA.

1910 Census, Marion is listed living in the same area, but it is very difficult to read.

Ashland county military archives:   Marion B SNYDER Co F 120th OH, wounded at Snaggy Point.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 15 Oct 1848.  Died 20 Feb 1914.  Burial Nova Cem, SR 511, Nova, Troy Twp, Ashland County, OH.   Marion was also in Co E of the 48th and Co B of the 48th.

Death record in Ohio:  File # 6459, Marion B SNYDER died 20 Feb 1914 at Troy, Ashland Co OH.  Married.  Mechanic.  Born 15 Oct 1848 in OH.  Father Benjamin SNYDER born PA.  Mother Mary BIDDENGER, born OH.  Burial Nova OH.  Informant Phillip SNYDER of Greenwich OH.  

Nova Cemetery:  Marion SNYDER 1848 - 1914;  Rebecca Sponsler SNYDER, wife of Marion 1842 - 1916;  Benjamin SNYDER died 1864, age 50;

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 59339, Rebecca SNYDER, died 19 Sep 1916 at Troy, Ashland Co OH.  Widowed.  Born 15 Dec 1842 in OH.  Father Andrew SHOUSLER born OH.  Mother ?Elynabeth MEUSER born PA.  Burial Nova OH.  Informant Amos HIPP or HEPP of Nova OH.

Snyder, Philip   4 Feb 1864
Private Philip Snyder was age 19 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  
Father: Benjamin SNYDER
Mother:  Mary BIDDINGER
Birth: 7 Apr 1847, Greenwich, Huron Co OH.
Marriage:  Alice LYON, 3 Jul 1873, Richland Co OH
Death:   28 May 1930 in the Old Soldiers and Sailors Home Hospital in Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH
Cemetery:   Greenwich Greenlawn Cem, Greenwich, Huron Co OH
Relationship:  Brother of Marion SNYDER, Co F 120th OVI
Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Cheryl Slone at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  Phillip SNYDER, Co F 120th OH Inf, Co B 48th OH Inf, Co E 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 15 Mar 1888, Application 645013, Certificate 772113, filed in OH.  Phillip died 28 May 1930 at State Soldiers Home, OH.  

1850 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 494, Family 506:  Benjamin SNYDER, age 34 PA, millwright; May, age 22 OH; Philip, age 3 OH; Marion [female] age 1yr6mths OH. [Ohio, County Marriages:  Benjamin SNYDER married Mary BIDDINGER, 19 Oct 1845, Richland Co OH.] 

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 23:  Benjamin SNIDER, age 46 PA, mill wright; Mary, age 32 OH; Phillip, age 13 OH; Marion, age 11 OH [see soldier Marion above]; Sarah A, age 9 OH; Mary, age 8 OH; Elizabeth E, age 7 OH; Geo W. age 5 OH.  

1870 Census,  Series M593 Roll 1225, New London Twp, Huron Co OH, page 377:  Phillip SNYDER, age 23 OH, works in cheese factory.  He is listed with a group of people who work in the cheese factory.

Richland Co Probate Court record:  Philip SNYDER married Alice LYON on 3 Jul 1873 in Richland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9, Roll 381, Ellsworth town, Ellsworth, KS, page 489: P SNEIDER, age 33 OH, dairyman, father born PA, mother born OH; Alice, wife, age 26 OH, father born OH, mother born NY; Abbert, son, age 6 OH; Lelan, son, age 3 OH; W. B. ROBINSON, other, age 30 IN, house carpenter, parents born VA.  

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1288, Greenwich, Huron Co OH, page 69:  Phillip SNYDER, age 53 OH, born Mar 1847, married 26 yrs, day laborer, father born PA, mother born OH; Alice, wife, age 46 OH, born Dec 1853, 5 children/4 still living, , father born OH, mother born NY; Albert M, son, age 25 OH, single, born Oct 1874, hardware clerk; Hellen G, daughter, age 18 OH, single, born Dec 1881; Warren, son, age 15 OH, born Aug 1884.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1200, Greenwich village, Huron Co OH, page 249:  Philip SNYDER age 63 OH, first marriage, married 38 yrs, grocery clerk, father born PA, mother born OH; Alice, wife, age 51? OH, first marriage, marred 38 yrs, 5 children/4 still living, father born OH, mother born VT. [Column 30 was not marked for military service.]

Death record in Ohio: File # 29466, Philip SYDER, who served in the Army, died 28 May 1930 in the Old Soldiers and Sailors Home Hospital in Perkins Twp, Erie Co OH.  Widower.  Born 7 Apr 1847 at Greenwich, Huron Co OH.  His father was Benjamin SNYDER, born PA.  Mother was Mary, born OH.  Burial Greenwich OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 5898, Alice L SNYDER, died 16 Jan 1929 at Greenwich, Huron Co OH.  Married.  Husband Philip SNYDER.  Born 15 Dec 1853 at Greenwich OH.  Father Octavus LYON, born Mace. OH.  Mother Helen BRIGGS, born NY.  Burial Greenwich OH.  Informant P. H. SNYDER, of Greenwich OH.  

Spigle, John   10 Oct 1862
Private Spigle was age 23 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]
Father: ?Samuel SPIGLE
Mother:  ?Mary ????
Birth: <1839>
Marriage:  Mary E. MILLER on 16 May 1876 in Stark Co OH
Death:  
Cemetery:   

Not on Pension Index.

I need clues on this one.  I need some sort of proof that this is the right person.

1850 Census, Osnaburg, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 185, Family 182:  Saml SPIGLE, age 42 PA, farmer; Polly, age 41 OH; John, age 12 OH; Elizabeth, age 9 OH; Polly, age 7 OH; Christena, age 4 OH.  

1860 Census, Series, M653 Roll 1037, Osnaburg Twp, Stark Co OH, page 211:  Samuel SPIGLE, age 54 PA, farmer; Mary, age 52 OH; Henry, age 22 OH; Fanny, age 19 OH; John, age 21 OH; Elizabeth, age 18 OH; Mary, age 16 OH; Christiana, age 13 OH; Catherine, age 9 OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593, Roll 1269, Osnaburg Twp, Stark Co OH, page 460:  John SPIGLE, age 30 OH, farm laborer; Elizabeth, age 27 OH; Catharine, age 19 OH; Viola TRUMP, age 4 OH.

John W SPIGLE married Mary E. MILLER on 16 May 1876 in Stark Co OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1067, Nimishillen Twp, Stark Co OH, page 230:  John W SPIGLE, age 40 OH, laborer, parents born PA; Lizzie, wife, age 21 PA, parents born PA; Charles W, son, age 3 Iowa?, father born OH, mother born PA; Ella J, daughter, age 1 OH, father born OH, mother born PA.  

1900 Census, not found.

Stamets, William*   12 Aug 1862
Private Stamets was age 22 when he entered service.  He died 26 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.   The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: John Henry STAMETS
Mother:  Sarah BENDER
Birth: <1840>
Marriage:  
Death:   26 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery: Vicksburg National Cem.  [not listed]  Not at Find a Grave.  

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 116, Family 116:  Henry STAMETS, age 44 PA, shoemaker; Sarah, age 47 PA; Jhno, age 21 PA, farmer; Jacob, age 19 PA; Margeann, age 17 PA; Caroline, age 14 OH; William, age 11 OH; Sarah, age 9 OH; Susanah, age 7 OH; Harvey, age 5 OH.  

1860 Census, Chester Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 325, Family 1051:  William STAMATZ, age 22 OH, farm labor.....living with John W and Elizabeth FRANCE.  

World Connect contributor says his parents were John Henry STAMETS and Sarah BENDER.  His father married a second time in 1852 to Sara HESSLER.  William had 9 siblings and 6 half siblings.  The family lived in Westmoreland Co PA, Wayne Co OH and Ashland Co OH, later moving to Indiana.  

Stauffer, Henry   22 Aug 1862
Private Stauffer was age 20 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  [no more information in roster]
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 23 Mar 1842, Goodsville, Lancaster Co PA [Note:  There is a Goodville in East Earl Twp, Lancaster Co PA]
Marriage:  1?????
2Rachael Jane STERN, 1870
Death:   18 Sept 1912 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:   Ashland Cem.

Pension Index:   Henry STAUFFER, F 120th and E 114th OH Inf.     Invalid filed 1888 Feb 27, Application 642450, Certificate 421498, filed in OH.   Widow Rachel filed in Ohio in 1912 Oct 30, Application 995568, Certificate 761987, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Henry died 18 Sep 1912 at Ashland OH.  

?????????1850 Census, Blue Ball, Lancaster, PA, Dwelling 209, Family 213:  Henry STAUFFER, age 48 PA, farmer: Nancy D (wife), age 39 PA; John, age 20? PA, on farm; David, age 17 PA, on farm; Eliza, age 15 PA; Mary H, age 10 PA; Heny, age 8 PA; Samuel, age one PA; Isaac WEAVER, age 20 PA, laborer; Susanna D, age 7 PA.  

???????????1860 Census, [Post Office: Blue Ball] East Earl, Lancaster Co PA, Dwelling 261, Family 266:  Henry STAUFFER, age 58 PA, farmer;  Nancy, ag 49 PA; Henry, Jr, age 18 PA, farm laborer; Samuel, age 11 PA; Martin, age 9 PA; Geo, age 8 PA; Franklin, age 6 PA; Margaret GEIGLY, age 19 PA, domestic.  

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 1169, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 720:  Soloman STERN, age 70 MD, farmer; Susan, age 62 PA; Joseph, age 26 OH; Jennie, age 21 OH; Henry STOFFER, age 26 PA, farmer.  [In 1860 Jennie was listed as Rachel J, age 11.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  Henry STAUFFER applied for marriage license 13 Sept 1870 to marry Jane STERN, Ashland Co OH.  No "return" recorded.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 148:  Henry STAUFFER, age 37 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Rachel, wife, age 26 OH, parents born PA; Robert, son, age 8 OH; Edward, son, age 6 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Ashland, Ashland Co OH:  Line 19, House 94, Family 94:  Henry STAUFFER, Pvt, Co F 120 OVI  Post Office: Ashland, Ashland Co OH.        Disabilities: Chronic diarrhoea and bronchitis.

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1237, 8th Street, 2nd ward Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 143:  Henry STAUFFER,  age 58 PA, born Mar 1842, married 29 yrs, teamster, parents born PA; Rachel J, wife, age 51 OH, born Mar 1849, married 29 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born PA; Charles E, son, age 16 OH, born Feb 1884, single, co?? maker.

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1151, Eight street 2nd ward Ashland, Ashland Co OH,page 199:  Henry STAUFFER, age 68 PA, second marriage, married 40 yrs, own income, parents born PA, column 30 marked UA for military service;  Rachel J, wife, age 60 OH, first marriage, married 40 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born PA; Charles E, son, age 26 OH, single, moulder in P?? factory.  

Death record in Ohio: File # 46970, Henry STAUFFER died 18 Sept 1912 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Married.  Born 23 Mar 1842.  Born Goodsville, Lancaster Co PA.  Farmer.  Father STAUFFER.  Burial Ashland OH.  Informant Charles STAUFFER of Ashland OH.  [Note:  There is a Goodville in East Earl Twp, Lancaster Co PA]

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 60038, Rachel Jane STAUFFER. of 100 West 11th St, died 15 Nov 1921 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Widow.  Husband Henry STAUFFER.  Born 29 Mar 1849 in Ashland Co OH.  Parents Solomon STERN and Susan DEAL, born PA.  Burial Ashland Cem.  Informant Charles STAUFFER, of Ashland OH.  

Sturges, Alfred   25 Aug 1862
Private Sturges was age 25 when he entered service.  He was discharged 16 July 1863 at Columbus, Ohio, on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father: Lemuel STURGES
Mother:  Eliza BRACE
Birth: 28 Feb 1837 at Chester Co PA
Marriage:  1Elizabeth ARNDT on 21 Feb 1861, Ashland Co OH
2Rachel My [MINKEE] KRANTZ,  16 Aug 1888, Ashland Co OH
Death:   21 Oct/Nov 1926 at Soldiers Home, Perkins, Erie Co OH
Cemetery:   Nankin Cem., Richland Co OH
Cemetery Photo Photo credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

 Pension Index:  Alfred STURGES, Co F 120 OH Inf.  Alfred applied for an invalid pension in Ohio 15 July 1882, Application 454981, Certificate 287935, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Alfred died 21 Oct 1926 [barely readable].

1850 Census, West Whiteland, Chester Co PA, Dwelling 52, Family 52:  Lemuel STURGES, age 37 PA, shoemaker; Elisa, age 37 PA; Alfred, age 13 PA; Elisabeth, age 9 PA; Isaac, age 7 PA; Rebecca, age 5 PA; Catharine, age 3 PA; David CADWALADER, age 34 PA shoemaker.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Clear Crk Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 167:  Alfred STURGESS, age 24 PA, farm laborer.....living with the Charles H KING family.

parents:  1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1092, West Whiteland Twp, Chester Co PA, page 1003:  Lemuel STURGES, age 51 PA, master shoemaker; Eliza, age 47 PA; Rebecca, age 15 PA; Catharine, age 14 PA; Lemuel HARVEY, age 47 PA, shoemaker.  

Ashland County Data Files marriages:   Alfred STURGIS married Elizabeth ARNDT on 21 Feb 1861.  

1870 Census, Series M 593, Roll 1169, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 763:  Alfred STURGES, age 33 PA, farm laborer; Elizabeth, age 33 PA; Mary E, age 8 OH; Resetta O, age 4 OH; Charles W, age 3 months OH, born Apr 1880.  

Nankin Cemetery .....A and E had an infant son who died July 1878.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 183:  Alferd STERGES, age 43 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Elizabeth, wife, age 43 PA, parents born PA; Rosetta, daughter, 14 OH; Charles W, son, age 10 OH; Kittie L, daughter, age 6 OH.  

Nankin Cemetery lists:  Elizabeth STURGES died 14 Sep 1885, age 48 yrs,2 m, 17 dys.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Alfred STURGES married Rachel My KRANTZ,  16 Aug 1888, Ashland Co OH.  

Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1237, Clear Crk Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 7:  Alferd STURGES, age 62 PA, born Feb 1837, married 12 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Rachel, wife, age 55 OH, born Aug 1844, married 12 yrs, 2 children/1 still living, father born PA, mother born NJ; Archy MYCRANTZ, son, age 16 OH, born Mar 1884, farm laborer, father born PA, mother born OH; Kittey STURGES, daughter, age 26 OH, single born Aug 1873.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1151, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 237:  Alfred STURGES, age 73 PA, married 3? times, married 22 yrs, farmer on general farm, parents born PA; Rachael, wife, age 66 OH, second marriage, married 22 years, one child/one still living father born PA, mother born NJ.  [Column 30 is not marked for military service.]

Nankin Cemetery lists:  Rachel STURGES, 30 Sep 1842 - 19 June 1913.  [Death Record:  Rachel's parents were Samuel MINKEE and Mary WOODRUFF.]

1920 Census, Series T 625 Roll 1347, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 218:  Alfred STURGESS, age 82 PA, widowed, no occupation, parents born PA......he is a boarder living with Anna SHOWALTER.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 28 Feb 1837.  Died 21 Nov 1926.  Burial Nankin Cem, SH 302, Nankin, Orange Twp, Ashland County, OH.  

Ashland County Civ War Vets:   Alfred STURGES died 1926, buried Nankin Cem.  

Death record in Ohio: Alfred STURGES died 21 Oct 1926 at Soldiers Home, Perkins, Erie Co OH.  Born 28 Feb 1837 at Chester Co PA.  Widowed.  Miller and farmer.  Burial Nankin Cem., Richland Co OH.    Parents Lemuel STURGES and Eliza BRACE, born PA.   [Nankin Cemetery lists death as 21 Nov 1926 and birth as 28 Feb 1837]

2nd wife's death: Ohio Deaths:  Rachel STURGES died 19 Jun 1913 at Orange, Ashland Co OH.  Born 30 Sep 1842 at Lake Co OH.  Married.  Burial Nankin, OH.  Father Samuel MINKEE, born PA.  Mother Mary WOODRUFF, born NJ.  

Switzer, John*   28 Aug 1862
Sergenat Switzer was age 40 when he entered service.  He was appointed from Corporal 17 Apr 1863; he died 22 Sept 1863 at La Fayette, Ohio. [Ashland County OH]      
No burial information is given in the Roll of Honor.
Father: ?Frederick SWITZER
Mother:  ?Lydia ????
Birth: <1822>
Marriage:  Sarrah Catherine YARRICK on 29 May 1851, Ashland Co OH
Death:   22/24 Sept 1863 at La Fayette, OH
Cemetery:    Red Haw Cem, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery Photo Photo credit:  Bill Miller at Find a Grave

Ashland County Civ War Vets:  John SWITZER buried Red Haw Cem.  Red Haw Cemetery lists John SWITZER Civil War Veteran with no dates.  Also right beside that name is listed Nicholas who died 1864 at age 67 yrs.  Was Nicholas his father?  Sons of Union Veterans:  Born 1822.  Burial Red Haw Cem, CR 175, Red Haw, Perry Twp, Ashland County, OH.  

Pension Index:  John SWITZER, F 120th OH Inf.    Widow Sarah C. Switzer applied for a pension in 1863 Oct 9, Application 35457, Certificate 54068, but no state was given.  A pension for a minor was applied for in 1869 Mar? 24,  Application 173524, Certificate 130408.  The guardian was J. Shutt.

Parents??? 1850 Census, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 28, Family 29:  Lydia SWITZER, age 47 MD; Lewis, age 4 OH; Frederick, age 62 PA, blind.  [Next door, Dwelling 29, Family 30: William SWITZER, age 24 OH, farmer; Ann, age 20 OH; Mary Ann, age one OH.]

??1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Dwelling 257, Family 257:  Abaraham S LONG, age 27 PA, physician;  Martha, age 21 PA; William A, age one OH; Mary E, age six months OH; Levi HERR, age 22 OH, carpenter; Harman W. HELMAN, abe 29 OH, clerk; John SWITZER, age 28 OH, wagon maker.    

Ashland County Data Files marriages:   John SWITZER married Sarrah C YARRICK on 29 May 1851.  

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, pge 223:  John SWITZER, age 38 PA, wagon maker; Sarah C, age 28 PA; Julius A [male], age 8 OH; Elmira, age 2 OH.  

John's brother...see 1870 census?   Was Frederick their father?
1860 Census, Orange, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 669, Family 645:
Wm SWITZER, age 34 OH; Anne, age 30 OH; Mary A, age 11 OH; Howard, age 9 OH; Homer, age 7 OH; Laura, age 5 OH; Virgil E, age 3 OH; Adda, age 1 OH; Frederick, age 73 OH.  [Next dwelling 670, family 646: Lydia SWITZER, age 58 PA; Lewis, age 15 OH.]  

Judson Switzer was John and Sarah's nephew.  In 1870 he was 9 yrs old living with William and Ann Switzer at Orange, Ashland Co OH.  So William is probably John's brother and was Lydia their mother?:
1870 Census, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling  28, Family 26:  William SWITZER, age 45 OH, farmer; Ann, age 41 OH; Homer, age 17 OH; Laura, age 15 OH; Virgil, age 13 OH; Ada, age 11 OH;
Judson, age 9 OH; John, age 7 OH; William, age 5 OH; Henry, age 2 OH; Lydia, age 68 OH.  [Judson is mentioned in the pension papers.]

1900 Census, 1555 York, Denver, Arapahoe Co, CO, Dwelling 244, Family 263:  A. L. HEW, age 42 IN, Born Nov 1857, married 22 yrs, father born KY, mother born VA, lawyer; Maud E, wife, age 41 IN, born Mar 1859, married 22 yrs, 2 children/w still living, parents born Germany; Frank, son, age 21 IN, single, born Apr 1879, duputy assessor; Fred, son, age 18 IN, single, born May 1882; C. SWITZER, servant, age 68 PA, born Feb 1832, widow, 8 children/4 still living, parents born PA, house servant.  

Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Amanda J. SWITZER married Preston I. WOLF on 18 Jun 1885 at Greene Co OH.  
1800 Census, 4135 Lee St, Denver, Arapahoe Co, CO, Dwelling 173, Family 189:  Presten I. WOLF, age 45 OH, born May 1855, married 15 yrs, parents born OH, roofer; Jennie, wife, age 39 OH, born Dec 1860, married 15 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, father born PA, mother born VA; Pauline, daughter, age 14 OH, born Mar 1886; Gail, son, age 12 OH, born Oct 1887.

Pension at fold3.com :
John SWITZER enrolled in the service at La Fayette, Ashland Co OH.  John also died at La Fayette.  The doctor who cared for John in Ashland Co was N. B. COTTON, M.D.  He said John died of pneumonia on 24 Sept 1863.  

 Sarah C. SWITZER, widow of John SWITZER, Srgt, Co F 120th OH Vols.  Sarah resident of Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, post office Rows, OH.  

"Officers certificate shows soldier was detailed fore part of Aug/63 to go home to bring in drafted men and that he was then suffering with chronic diarrhea.
 Affidavit of attending physician shows that soldier was laboring under an attack of chronic diarrhea on the 17 of Aug, that he treated him for
said disease until the 18th of Sept when he was attacked with pneumonia of which he died on the 24th Sept 1863."
Captain Fraunfelter "thought that if detailed for said service he [SWITZER] would recover."  Died at home in Ashland Co OH.  

John SWITZER married Miss Sarah C. YARRICK 29 May 1851, by Justice of the Peace Phillip SHOTT.  

Four children.  John [Julius] O., 4 Nov 1851; Almira, 23 Dec 1857; Amanda J, 17 Dec 1860; Ada Bell, 11 Apr 1863.  

Elizabeth BROWN of LaFayette, Ashland Co OH, affidavits: She was present at the birth of Almira SWITZER on 23 Nov 1857; and at the birth of Ada Bell SWITZER on 11 Apr 1863.  

Elizabeth BROWN and Susan SHOCKEY, residents of Ashland Co OH affidavit:  They were present at birth of Julius O. SWITZER, 4 Nov 1851.  

Mrs. C ZIMMERMAN and Mrs. Elizabeth BROWN, residents of LaFayette, Ashland Co OH affidavit:  they were presentat the birth of Amand J. SWITZER, born 17 Dec 1860.

Mrs. Sarah CRUMRINE of Wayne Co OH affidavit:  was present at the birth of Ada Bell SWITZER on 11 April 1863.  

The soldier died "while at his home in Perry Township, Ashland Co Ohio under Special Order No 4 for the purpose of conducting to his Regiment men of the draft assigned to the same, on the 24th day of September A D 1863."

Sarah C. SWITZER, 2nd marriage:  Married Edward ALBRIGHT, 20 Mar 1869 at Ashland Co OH, by Justice of Peace John SHIDLER.  But she divorced him at Iowa City, Johnson Co IA on 15 Jan 1872??? and as of 3 Aug 1901 on an affidavit, she had not married again.  She was age 69, living at 1444 Clarkson St, Denver CO, age 69.  On an 11 Dec 1901 affidavit she was living at 731 Clarkson St, Denver, CO.  She said that her second husband had been in Co G 23rd OH Inf.  Sarah wanted her pension under John SWITZER to be restored.  18 July 1901 Mrs. Jennie WOLF, age 39, of Denver, Arapahoe, CO, and Mrs. Ada POLAND, age 36 of Denver, post office 1522 Central St., Denver CO, both daughters of the claimant....affidavit for mother, that she had not remarried since her divorce and had no means of support or property.  

Sarah also went by "Catherine."

In the divorce, Sarah was awarded custody and control of Maud Matilda ALBRIGHT, her child with Edward ALBRIGHT.  The divorce took place at Johnson Co IA.  Sarah Catherine, as of 1 July 1871, had been resident of Iowa for over 6 months and resident of Johnson county duing that time.  She and Edward had moved to IL in April 1869 and in Oct 1869 had moved to IA.  Edward made her sell her property and wasted the money on a "dessolute and profligate course of life and then on the 10th day of October 1869 willfully deserted the plaintiff without any reasonable or just cause and has ever since absented himself from plaintiff without any resonable cause and never has at any time contributed to the support of the plaintiff in any degree but on the contrary induced the plaintiff to send him $10.00 under promise of returning this with plaintiff but which promise he wholly disregarded and spent said sum as the plaintiff believes in the Society of lewd and abandoned women."  Maud was age about 18 months at the time of the court papers, June 1871.  Edward didn't show up in court and the divorce was granted.

Judson SWITZER, affidavit, 18 July 1901:  Judson was Sarah's nephew.  Post office address 1522 Central St, Denver, age 40.

In 1912 Sarah requested a replacement for her lost pension certificate.  She was at 1018 W. 2nd St, Davenport IA.  Certificate 54068.  

Sarah died 8 July 1918 at Marshalltown IA.  Sarah C. SWITZER died 8 July 1918 at the Iowa Soldiers' Home.  She is buried in the Iowa Veterans Home Cemetery, Marshalltown, Marshall Co IA, section S, Row 1, Grave 9.  1832-1918

 

 

Thompson, Albert   15 Oct 1862
Private Thompson was age 44 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]  He is listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors.

Birth: <1818>

I haven't found anything in the pension index cards.

Not in original list from the Roster of Ohio
Edwin D. THRONE    Pension Index:  Edwin D. THRONE, Co F 120th OH Inf, Co C 73rd OH Inf, Co E and Co F 114th OH Inf.  Widow Sarah E. THRONE applied 17 July 1890, Application 439855, Certificate 310115, filed in OH.  Penison Card:  Rank Corporal.  [Note:  Edwin is listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors only in Co C 73rd OH Inf.]

Born: <1833>

Find a Grave:  Sarah E. is buried at Forest Cemetery, Circleville, Pickaway Co OH.  I have requested a photo of her grave and hopefully of Ed's too.  

1860 Census, Harrison Twp, Pickaway Co OH, Dwelling 585, Family 584:  Edwin D. THRONE, age 27 PA, farm labor; Ellen, age 25 OH; James, age 21; Wash, age 25 PA, farm labor.  

1880 Census, Marie? Ave, National Military Home, Montgomery Co OH, page 613B, Disabled Soldiers:  Edwin D. THRONE, age 47 [born 1833] OH, parents born OH, widowed, laborer.  

1900 Census, 164 Town St, Circleville, Circleville Twp, Pickaway Co OH, Dwelling 469, Family 514 or 574:  Sarah E. THRONE, age 66 OH, widow, born Dec 1833, parents born Germay; Rosa, grand daugter, age 21 OH, single, born Dec 1879, parents born OH.  

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Edwin D. THRONE died 14 May 1884, age 51, at Circleville, Pickaway Co OH.  

Vannest, Joseph P.   22 Aug 1862              [Van Nest]
1st Sergeant Vannest was age 21 when he entered service.  He was appointed from private on 17 Apr 1863; transferred to Co. D, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.
Appointed to 1st Sergt from private April 17, 1863; transferred to Co. D, 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864. promoted to 2nd Lieut. 28 Dec 1864. Mustered out 29 June 1865 at Columbus, O by order of War Dept.  
Father: John VANNEST
Mother:  Sarah WEILER
Birth: <1841>Rowsburg, OH
Marriage:  Mary GARDNER, 3 Oct 1861, Ashland Co OH
Death:   23 Apr 1905
Cemetery:   Wooster Cemetery, Wayne Co OH, Section 18 grave 6
Not at Find a Grave.  

Pension Index:  Joseph P. VAN NEST, Co D 114th and Co F 120th  applied for an invalid pension 2 July 1890, Application 790437, Certificate 931576, filed in Ohio.  Widow Mary VAN NEST applied 14 June 1905, Application 830011, Certificate 600423, filed in Oklahoma.  Pension Card:  Joseph P. VAN NEST, Co F 120th OH Inf, Co D 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 2 July 1890.  Joseph died 1905.  Widow applied.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 153, Family 153:  John VANNEST, age 35 PA, saddler; Sarah, age 32 PA; Cathrine A, age 10 OH; Joseph P, age 9 OH; Mary F, age 5 OH; Roseanna, age 3 OH; Wiltienn? BUCHANNAN, age 17 OH, saddler.

1860 Census, Rowsburg, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 617, Family 617: John VAN NEST, age 45 PA, saddler; Sarah, age 42 PA; Catherine Ann, age 20 OH; Joseph P, age 18 OH; Mary F, age 15 OH; Roseannah, age 13 OH; Lucretia, age 9 OH; Arabell, age 6 OH; Emma F, age 4 OH.  [1870 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 125, Family 118:  John VAN NEST, age 55 PA, harness maker; Sarah, age 52 PA; Catherine, age 29 OH; Lucretia, age 18 OH; Annabelle, age 16 OH; Emma F, age 14 OH; Oretta, age 9 OH.]  [Ohio, County Marriages:  Etta VAN NEST, of Rows,  married Simon R. KLINE, 18 Jan 1898, Ashland Co OH.  Her parents: John VAN NEST and Sarah WEILER.  His parents: John Kline and Jane SHEILDS.  Simon was a farmer in Jackson Twp.]

Ashland County Data Files marriages:    Joseph D VANNEST married Mary GARDNER on 3 Oct 1861.

1870 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 145, Family 137:  Joseph P. VANNEST, age 28 OH, harness maker; Mary E, age 27 Pa; John G, age 8 OH; Manas M. [male], age 5 OH; Carrie, age 3 OH.  

1880 Census, Liberty St, Wooster, 4th Ward, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 14, Family 14:  Jno P. VAN NEST, age 39 OH, parents born PA, insurance agent/life; Mary E, wife, age 37 PA; Jno G, son, age 15 OH; Marquis M, son, age 15 OH; Carrie B, daughter, age 15 OH; Gertrude, daughter, age 9 OH; Mary M, daugher, age 4 OH; Ella B, daughter, age one OH; James, brother, age 20 OH, parents born PA, brother.  

Cleveland Plain Dealer, Saturday, 31 Oct 1896, page 5:
"To the 120th Ohio Veterans. [from J. P. Van Nest]
Editor Plain Dealer--Sir: The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune contains a letter dated Port Townsend, Wa.,Oct. 11, asking the publication of the following address:
'To the Survivors of the One Hundred and Twentieth Ohio Infantry Regiment: At Thompson's Hill, Miss., called sometimes the battle of Bayou Pierre, Gen. Osterhaus sent me to you with the following instructions, in substance:
  ' " ' Captain, the one Hundred and twentieth Ohio, a new regiment, is in bad shape at the front.  The officers and men are experiencing their first battle.  You go, take charge of it; put it in fighting trim, and when I come close enough to aid you strike the enemy hard, and tell the boys not to let my  two Indiana regiments, which I will bring into battle, gain all the laurels.' '
  'Do you remember the dusty looking cavalry captain who came to you on May 1, 1863, and what you did that day?  Only one of you, Lieut. Buchwalter, late of Xenia, O., did I see after that battle, but I now send, from the new but important state of Washington, words of cheer and greeting to you all.  I am getting too old to lead, but may I not request you, one and all (no straggling), to aid our comrade, William McKinley, in this struggle, fully as important as the one we were in at Thompson's Hill?
   'Neither misfortune, want nor suffering can ever justify any of us in casting a ballot for the party of disorder, dishonor and repudiation.  [McKinley was the Republican candidate]  I would like to again impress the words of Gen. Osterhaus upon each man of this brave regiment: 'Do not let the Indianians gain all the laurels."
R.H. Ballinger 'Ex-Captain of Co. A, Third Illinois Cavalry.'   [end of Ballinger letter]
    I [J. P. Van Nest responds] am rather inclined to think that no such person exists as this 'ex-captain,' but if such person does exist I do not hesitate one moment in pronouncing his story untrue.  Gen. Osterhaus and Col. Spiegel, who commanded the one Hundred and Twentieth O. V. I. at the battle of Thompson's Hill, were especially warm personal (German) friends, both able and experienced officers.  Now, old veterans of the One Hundred and Twentieth, do you believe that Gen. Osterhaus would send this 'ex-captain' of the cavalry to supplant his especial and skilled friend, Col. Spiegel, and take from him his command in the face of the enemy on the field of battle?  Never!  And now, old veterans of the One Hundred and Twentieth, you who survive that terrible fight at Thompson's Hill on May 1, 1863,and were present upon that bloody field, as I was, do you not know full well that no such 'dusty looking cavalry captain' came near us on that day, or interfered with, in any way, the command of our commander, Col. Spiegel?  You also know that no such word as that purporting to have been sent through this 'ex-captain' to the regiment by Gen. Osterhaus, 'that the officers and men of the One Hundred and Twentieth were experiencing their first battle,' etc, could have been sent, for Gen. Osterhaus himself commanded our regiment at the battle of Arkansas Post the 11th of January before, which was our second battle, and this battle at Thompson's Hill was our third?  Our first battle was fought on the twenty-eighth and twenty-ninth days of December, 1862, at Chickasaw bluffs.  So the 'ex-captain' falsified the record, not, perhaps, intentionally; nevertheless, his political masters directed him so to do.
  For the much needed information of this 'ex-captain' and his political masters, in all charity, I inform him that in my humble judgment more than three-fourths of the surviving veterans of the One Hundred and Twentieth regiment, O.V.I., will cast their votes, without dictation of suggestion from any 'ex-captain' or McKinley political hireling, in accordance with our constitutional rights, for that grand, un-bought patriot and statesman, William Jennings Bryan. [Democrat candidate]
J. P. Van Nest, Ex-Lieutenant One Hundred and Twentieth Regiment, O.V.I. "
[Note:  Richard H. Ballinger 3rd Regiment,  IL Cav., Co A.   Quartermaster Sergeant.   Rank out: Captain did indeed exist.]

1900 Census, 124 West Liberty St, Wooster 4th Ward, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 181, Family 193:  Joseph P. VANNEST, age 58 OH, born Aug 1841, married 38 yrs, parents born PA, fire insurance agt; Mary, wife, age 57 PA, born Dec 1842, married 38 yrs, 8 children/6 still living, parents born PA; Maude, daughter, age 24 OH, single, born Sep 1875; Charley, son, age 17 OH, born Sep 1882; Mabel, daughter, age 15 OH, single, born Feb 1885.  

From the History of Wayne County Ohio 1910 published by B.E. Bowen and Company
"J. P. Van Nest was born at Rowsburg, Ohio, and upon taking up a business career entered upon that of insurance in which he was successful. In the spring of 1873 he removed to the city of Wooster, and here continued in the insurance business until his death, which occurred on April 3, 1905. Mr. Van Nest was a public spirited man and took a keen interest in public affairs, serving for two terms as a member of the Wooster city council. Early in the great Rebellion, Mr. Van Nest enlisted for service in the defense of his country's flag, joining the One Hundred and Twentieth Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and served three years, taking part in battles were the following: Chickasaw Bayou, December 28-29, 1862; Arkansas Post, January 11, 1863; Thompson's Hill (Port Gibson ), May 1, 1863; siege of Vicksburg, May 18 to July 4, 1863; Big Black River, May 17,1863; Jackson Miss., July 9-16, 1863; transport "City Belle," near Snaggy Point, Louisiana, May 3, 1864. Mr. Van Nest enlisted as a private, but, by faithful and meritorious service, he retired from the service with the rank of second lieutenant. At the battle of Vicksburg he was severly wounded by a fragment of shell. Prior to entering the military service Mr. Van Nest had followed the trade of harness-maker, but on his return home he gave that up and took up the insurance business. He married Mary E. Gardner, who was a native of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, as were also her parents. She is still living in Wooster, at the age of sixty-seven years. By her union with Mr. Van Nest she became the mother of the following children: John, of Wooster; M.M., the subject of this sketch; Carrie, the wife of William L. Derr, of Cleveland, Ohio; Gertrude, deceased; Maud M., the widow of John Griffith and living in Wooster: Ellen, deceased; Charles W., of Wooster; Mabel unmarried and remains at home."  

Wayne County Democrat, page 6, 26 Apr 1905..........died 23 Apr 1905 [Summary]
The Funeral of Lieut. J. P. Van Nest was held Wednesday afternoon at the family residence on West Liberty street.  It was largely attended by relatives, friends and citizens, old soldiers of his regiment, members of Given Post G. A. R. and associated bodies, members of Masonic fraternity and Wooster Commandery of Knights Templar.
  The services were under the auspices of the Knights Templar.  The singing was by Mrs. J. M. Minier, Miss Cora Hoelzel, Paul Stauffer, and Will Dramer.  Rev. S.E. Neikirk, of the Reformed church, assisted by Rev. Dr. H. D. Stauffer [?Henry Stauffer, Co F], first conducted the church services, and then as acting Eminent,  Commander, the Impressive ritualistic Templar service.
  The tributes of flowers were many and unusually beautiful from relatives, friends and organizations among which were the special pieces from family, Knights Templar, Comrades of the 120th Regiment, Fraternal Order of Eagles, City officers and employees, Rathbone Sisters, Daughters of Veterans, John Baer [Co H]of Appleton, Wisconsin who was a comrade of the 120th, and the Tashmoo Club.  
 Pallbearers were S H Boyd [?Samuel Boyd Co. I], Geo. A Fisher, George J Schwartz, L R Kramer, David Nice, W I McGlenen.  Honorary pallbearers were members of the 120th Regiment:  Capt J B Taylor [Company H], Lieut. Mahlon Rouch [Company A and Field & Staff], John R. McKinney [Co A], Albert Smyser [Co D] of Wooster:  Capt N Au of Mansfield; David E Foltz [Co A] of Shreve.  
  Out-of-towners present at the funeral:  Capt Au [Company I], of Ontario; Wm Ambrose, Mrs. Belle Fisher, Stephen Fisher of Mansfield;  Ralph Fisher of Cleveland;  John Gardner and wife, Mrs. David Weiler, Mrs. Levi Gardner, Frank Gardner of Rowsburg;  Wm Derr of Cleveland; Charles Lessiter of Barberton;  Capt Wheeler, Urias Nolan of Creston [Company F]; Lieut Robert Wallace of Loudonville.

Vanoman, Marion*   7 Oct 1862        Isaac, VAN ARNAM   VANORNAM  VANORMAN
Private Vanoman was age 18 when he entered service.  He died 5 Mar 1863 in hospital at Young's point, Louisiana.
The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Father: Charles VANNORMAN
Mother:  Eunice A.
Birth: <1847>
Marriage:  
Death:   5 Mar 1863
Cemetery:   Vicksburg National Cem.  [Not listed]

Not on Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.

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

Pension Index:  Marion VAN ARNAM, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Mother Eunice A VAN ARNAM in OH.  Pension Card:  Marion VanARNAM, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Mother applied 4 Oct 1888, Application 381675, Certificate 265155, filed in OH.  

1850 Census, Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 12, Family 12:  Charles VANNORMAN, age 31 NY, farmer; Unice, age 25 NY; Sarah, age 5 OH; I. or J. M., age 3 OH; Hariet, age 9 months OH.  

1860 Census, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 350, Family 336:  C. S. VANORMAN, age 44 NY, attorney at law; Eunice, age 34 NY; Isaac M., age 13 OH; Harriet, age 11 OH; James, age 7 OH; Mary, age 5 OH.  

1870 Census, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 34, Family 33:  C. S. VANARMAN, age 58 NY, farmer; Eunice, age 44 OH; Hattie, age 20 OH; James, age 19 OH.  

1880 Census, Troy Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling not given, Family 19:  Charles VANARNAM, age 65 NY, lawyer, parents born Holland; Eunice, age 55 OH, parents born NY.

Eunice applied for pension in Oct 1888.

 Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Wagoner, Frederick   24 Aug 1862
Private Wagoner was age 22 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.[Wagener]  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: John WAGNER
Mother:  ?Elizabeth
Birth: 11 Mar 1840 OH
Marriage:   Rachel BAKER, 19 Nov 1865, Ashland Co OH
Death:   14 or 15 May 1910
Cemetery:   Mansfield Cem, Richland Co OH

Pension Index:  Frederick WAGONER, E 48th, E 114th and F 120th OH Inf.      Pension Card:  Invalid applied 11 Aug 1879. [I have not found this card again to get the numbers.  It might be at Fold3.com]  Widow, Rachel WAGONER, applied 25 May 1910, Application 942873, Certificate 704085, filed in OH.   Frederick died 14 May 1910.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 234:  John WAGONER, age 51 Germany, shoe maker; Elizabeth, age 25 OH; Frederick, age 20 OH, carpenter; twins John, age 18 OH, laborer; Jacob, age 18 OH, laborer.  

Ashland County Data Files marriages:   Fredrick WAGONER married Rachel BAKER on 19 Nov 1865.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1169, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 610:  Frederick WAGNER, age 30 OH, carpenter; Rachel, age 33 OH; Louiza, age 5 OH.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Green Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 17:  Frederick WAGONER, age 38 OH, farmer, parents born Baden; Rachel, wife, age 44 OH, parents born OH; Louisa, daughter, age 14 OH; Emma, daughter, age 8 OH; Corra, daughter, age 1 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Vermillion Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 22, House 240, Family 252:  Frederick WAGONER, Pvt, Co C [sic] 120 OH Inf.    Post Office:  Hayesville, OH.  

1900 Census, Series T 623 Roll 1237, Vermillion Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 219:  Frederic WAGONER, age 60 OH, born Mar 1840, married 35 yrs, farmer, parents born Germany; Rachel, wife, age 62 OH, born Oct 1837, married 35 yrs, 4 children/3 still living, father born OH, mother born MD; Cora, daughter, age 21 OH, single, born Mar 1879.  

Department of the Interior record shows Frederick WAGONER living in Widowsville, Ashland Co OH on 7 June 1893.

Death record:  Fredrick WAGNER died 15 May 1910 at Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Born 11 Mar 1840 in OH.  Married.  Retired farmer.  Burial Mansfield OH.  Father John WAGNER.  [Could not see actual image.]

Not listed as WALLET on original list  in the Ohio Roster:    
See Daniel HOLLET above.  WALLET appears to be the correct name of this soldier.
WALLET, Daniel enlisted at Ashland Feb 1864 in Co F 120th OH.  Shot dead on the City Belle at Snaggy Point, Red River, LA.

Is listed in Co F, 120th OH Inf. at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System.  

Pension Card:  Daniel WALLET, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Mother applied 10 Aug 1888.  Pension Index:  Mother Susanna WALLET

Weaver, Hugh   28 Aug 1862
Private Weaver was age 32 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]
Father: Thomas WEAVER
Mother:  ?Julia Ann ????
Birth: Mar 1830 PA
Marriage:  Tina MORR  CHAMBERS[previous marriage], 10 Apr 1879, Ashland Co OH
Death:   1900 or later
Cemetery:   In Missouri????

There must be a pension file in the index, but I have not found it.  Hugh is listed in the 1890 Veterans Schedule below, so we know he must have gotten a pension.
Stamped Feb 3, 1903, there was a request made by Hon. M. E. Benton, House of Representatives, for the record of  Hugh WEAVER, Co F 120th OH Vols.  Stamped #712945.  

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland, Co OH, Dwelling 232, Family 232:  Thomas WEAVER, age 52 PA, silver smith; Julia Ann, age 48 PA; Hugh, age 20 PA, farmer; William, age 14 PA; Mary E, age 9 PA.  

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 557, Family 557:  Thomas WEAVER, age 62 PA, farmer; Julian, age 59 PA; Hugh, age 30 PA; Mary, age 18 PA.  

1870 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 37, Family 35:  Thomas WEAVER, age 72 PA, farmer; Julia Ann, age 68 PA; Hugh, age 40 PA, gun smith; Mary, age 28 PA; Franklin LININGER, age 11 PA.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Hugh WEAVER married Tina CHAMBERS, 10 Apr 1879, Ashland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Montgomery Twp, Ashland Co OH, dated 8 June 1880, Dwelling 120, Family 123:  Hugh WEAVER, age 50 PA, parents born PA, gunsmith; Christena, wife, age 37 OH, parents born PA; Usillia Nellie, daughter, age 8 months, born Oct, OH; Minnie CHAMBERS, step daughter, age 10 IA, parents born OH; Walter CHAMBERS, step son, age 8 IA, parents born OH; Albert, step son, age 6 IA, parents born OH.  

Christina WEAVER, wife of Hugh, is buried at Trinity Cem, Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  She died 8 Jan 1883.  [Daughter  Nellie H. WEAVER, buried Trinity Cem.  Died 12 Jun 1880, age 2m 8d. ]

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Marion Twp, Jasper Co MO:  Line 34, House 109, Family 111:  Hugh WEAVER, Pvt, Co F 120 OH Inf.    Post Office:  Carthage, Jasper Co MO.   Comments:  discharge lost.  

1900 Census, Marion Twp, Jasper Co Missouri, Dwelling 130, Family 130:  Hugh WEAVER, age 70 PA, born Mar 1830, widowed, parents born PA, farmer; M. Hugh DELL, nephew, age 15 OH, born Jan 1885, parents born PA, farm laborer.  [Hugh DELL is living in the same area in 1910 with wife Dessa and two children, Mary E. and Ralph.]

So did Hugh die in Missouri?

 

Welch, Rankin E.   23 Aug 1862         Rankin F WELCH              
Private Welch was age 28 when he entered service.  He was transferred to Co. E 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father: Ephraim WELCH
Mother:  Jane McADOO
Birth: [12] 13 Dec 1833 [on stone], Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH
Marriage:  1Drusilla A. FRINK
2Mary L. McDONALD, 1 May 1879, Ashland Co OH
3Adella Lorena SWARTZ
Death:   10 Jan 1914, Ashland, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery:  Sullivan Cem., Sullivan Twp, Ashland Co OH

Pension Index:   Rankin F. WELCH,  E 48th, E 114th and F 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1890 July 23, Application 888431, Certificate 1091812, filed in OH.   Widow Adella S. Welch applied for a pension 6 Oct 1916, Application 1079358, Certificate 822456, filed in OH .  Pension Card:  Rankin died 10 Jan 1914 at Ashland OH.

Photo at Find a Grave.  No way to contact the photographer.  I will add this one to my list in Ashland county.  
R. F. Welch:  13 Dec 1833; 10 Jan 1914

Ashland county military archives:   R. F. WELCH, Co F 120th OH, enlisted at Orange.  Injured at Mobile AL by explosion of ammunition warehouse.  

1850 Census, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 82, Family 84:  Ephraim WELSH, age 49 PA, farmer; Jane, age 42 Ireland; James, age 22 OH; John, age 20 OH; Johnston, age 18 OH; Rankin, age 16 OH; Catherine, age 14 OH; Mary Jane, age 12 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 930, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 53:  Ephraim WELSH, age 59 PA, farmer; Jane, age 52 Ireland; Rankin, age 26 OH, farmer; Catharine, age 24 OH, domestic; Mary J, age 22 OH, domestic; Silvey McADOO [female], age 4 MI.  [John [30] and Johnston [28] WELSH are also on that page with their families.]

Ohio, County Marriages:  Rankin F. WELCH married Drusilla A. FRINK, 12 Feb 1867, Ashland Co OH.  

Old Sullivan Cemetery lists: Drusilla A. Frink WELSH wife of Rankin F. died 1868 age 26 yrs.

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1169, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 770:  Ephram WELCH, age 69 PA, farmer; Jane, age 61 Ireland; Rankin, age 36 OH; Gilbert, age 2 OH.  

???Ohio Marriages:  Rankin F. WELCH married Lizzie A. CARSE, 7 Feb 1876, Wayne Co OH.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Rankin F. WELCH married Mary L. McDONALD, 1 May 1879, Ashland Co OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 69:  Rankin WELCH, age 46 OH, wool grower and farmer; father born Ireland, mother born PA; Mary, wife, age 30 OH, father born OH, mother born PA; Gilbert, son, age 12 OH; Cant, son, age one month OH, born April.

Old Sullivan Cemetery lists:  infant son of R. and M WELSH 1880 - 1884

Old Sullivan Cemetery lists:  Mary L McDonald WELSH wife of R.F. 1851 - 1889  Died 5 June 1889.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 27:  Rankin F. WELSH, Pvt. 120th OVI          Post Office:  Nankin, Ashland Co OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 18, House 221, Family 228:  Rankin F. WELSH, Pvt, Co F 120   Post Office:  Nankin, Ashland Co OH.  Disability:  Sciatic rheumatism.  Discharged by reason of exparation of term.  

Department of the Interior record shows Rankin F. WELCH living in Nankin, Ashland OH on 7 June 1893.

Married Adele SWARTZ 1899

1900 Census, Series T 623 Roll 1237, Orange Road, 2nd ward Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 142:  Rankin F WELCH, age 67 OH, Rankin F WELCH, age 66 OH, born Dec 1833, married 0 yrs, farmer, father born PA, mother born Ireland; Adella, wife, age 30 OH, born Nov 1869, married 0 yrs, one child/one still living, parents born OH;  Maud L, daughter, age one month OH, born Apr 1900; Mary A STRUIT, servant, age 19 Switzerland, single, born Mar 1881, parents born Switzerland, immigrated 1883, living in US for 15 yrs.

1910 Census, Series T 624 Roll 1151, Orange Road, 2nd ward Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 197:  Rankin F WELCH, age 76 OH, married 3 times, married 10 yrs, father born PA, mother born Ireland, own farm, column 30 marked UA for military service; Adele L, wife,age 40 OH, first marriage, married 10 yrs, one child/one still living, parents born OH; Dorothy E, daughter, age 10 OH, parents born OH. 

Ashland County Civ War Vets:  R. F. WELCH died 1914, buried Sullivan Cem.  Old Sullivan Cemetery in Sullivan Twp, Ashland Co OH:  R. F. WELSH 1833 - 1914


Death record in Ohio: Rankin F WELSH died 10 Jan 1914 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH.  Born 13 Dec 1833 at Orange Twp.  Farmer.  Married.  Father Ephraim WELSH, birthplace unknown.  Mother Jane McADOV, born Ireland.  Burial: Sulivan OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  Adele Lorena WELCH died 30 Dec 1948 at Ashland, Ashland Co OH, on Orange Rd.   Born 16 Nov 1869 at Homersville, OH.  Married.  Husband Rankin F WELCH.  Parents  Moses SWARTZ and Sophronia McDONALD.  Burial: Sullivan Cem.  Informant Dorthy FOWLER.  

Wertman, George W.*   19 Aug 1862
Private Wertman was age 19 when he entered service.  He died 9 May 1863 in a hospital at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.
The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Vicksburg, Mississippi in section D, grave 192.
Father: Simon WERTMAN
Mother:  Abigail ROHN
Birth: <1841> OH
Marriage:  
Death:   9 May 1863, Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery:   Vicksburg National Cem.  Wertman, J.W., d. 09 May 1863, Plot: E 1644, Civil War, Co I 120th OH  [Note:  There is no WERTMAN in Co I, so I think this is George. See Burial Registers record below.]
Cemetery StonePhoto Credit:  Natalie MAYNOR

 

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  G. W. WERTMAN, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 9 May 1863 at Van Buren General Hospital Millikens bend, LA.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960:  G. W. WERTMAN, Private Co F [I crosssed out], 120th OH Inf.  Died 9 May 1863.   Vicksburg Section E 192

1860 Census.........  have not found.  

World Connect says his parents were Simon WERTMAN and Abigail ROHN
Ashland Cemetery:  Abigal wife of Simon WERTMAN 1808 - 1874  Simon died in 1844.

Yearick, Abraham*   25 aug 1862             YARRICK
Private Abraham Yearick was age 22 when he entered service.  He died 12 Nov 1863 in the 13th Army Corps Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor says that he is buried at Chalmette, Louisiana, in Monument Cemetery.
Father: ?Jonas YEARICK
Mother:  ?Rebecca
Birth: <1840>
Marriage:  
Death:   12 Nov 1863, New Orleans, LA
Cemetery:   Chalmette, St Bernard Parish, Louisiana, in Monument Cemetery...Chalmette National Cem.  [Yearick not listed]
Relationship:  May be the brother of Isaac YEARICK of Co F 120th OVI

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Abraham YARRICK, Private, Co F 120th OH Inf, died 12 Nov 1863 at 13th Army Corps Hospital.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

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

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 294, Family 294:  Jonas YARRICK, age 48 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 46 PA; Isaac, age 20 OH; Abraham, age 13 OH; Henry, age 11 OH; Mary Ann, age 8 OH.  

1860 Census, Series M 653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 221:  Jonas YEARICK, age 59 PA, farmer; Mary, age 48 PA; Abraham, age 23 OH; Mary, age 18 OH.  

Father, Jonas YARRICK, died 1869, buried at Pleasant Valley Cem, Ashland Co OH.  ?Mother, Rebecca, buried South Ovid Cem, Ovid, Clinton Co MI.  

Yearick, Isaac   25 Aug 1862       YARRICK
Private Isaac Yearick's age not given.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River, Louisiana; mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Father: Jonas YEARICK
Mother:  ? Mary
Birth: 7 Jul 1830, Ashland Co OH
Marriage:  1 Rebecca ROWLAND, 18 Jul 1852, Ashland Co OH
2 Rachel NEWMAN, 15 Sep 1900, Ovid, Clinton Co MI
Death:   8 Aug 1902, Ovid, Clinton Co MI
Cemetery: South Ovid Cemetery, Ovid, Clinton Co, MI
Requested photo at Find a Grave.
Relationship:  May be the brother of Abraham YEARICK of Co F 120th OVI.    

Pension Card:  Isaac YARRICK, Co F 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 9 May 1884, Application 512858, Certificate 418116, filed in MI.    Pension Index:  Widow Rachel YARRICK filed in Michigan 16 Aug 1902, Application 768600, Certificate 560138.

1850 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 294, Family 294:  Jonas YARRICK, age 48 PA, farmer; Rebecca, age 46 PA; Isaac, age 20 OH; Abraham, age 13 OH; Henry, age 11 OH; Mary Ann, age 8 OH.  [Incorrectly listed at Family Search as Jonas ZANICK.]

Ashland County Data Files marriages:   Isaac YARICK married Rebecca ROWLAND on 18 Jul 1852.

1860 Census, Series M 653 Roll 930, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 228:  Isaac YEARICK, age 27 OH, day laborer; Rebecca, age 29 OH; Sarah E,age 8 OH; Margaret J, age 6 OH; William, age 3 OH.  

Parents 1860 Census, Perry Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 468, Family 468: Jonas YEARICK, age 59 PA, farmer; Mary, age 48 PA; Abraham, age 23 OH, day laborer; Mary, age 18 OH.  

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 1169, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 780:  Isaac YERICK, age 37 OH, day laborer; Rebecca, age 47 OH; Jennie, age 16 OH; Ellen, age 19 OH; William, age 10 OH; Anna, age 10? months OH, born in Oct 1869; Catharine, age 8 OH.  

1880 Census, Ovid, Clinton, MI, Dwelling 283, Family 288:  Isaac YARRICK, age 40 OH, farm laborer; Rebecca, wife, age 50 OH; Anna, age 11 OH, daughter; Ada, age 8 MI, daughter.  

1894 Michigan State Census listed US soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan.  In Clinton Co, Ovid Twp was Isaac Yerrick.  

Rebecca died 1899.  Buried at South Ovid Cemetery, Clinton Co MI.

Michigan Marriages:  Isaac G. YERRICK married Rachel NEWMAN, 15 Sep 1900, Ovid, Clinton Co MI.  Issac was age 60 born Ashland Co MI [probably OH].  Rachel was born NY, age 58.  Groom's father was Jonas YERRICK.

Michigan Deaths and Burials:  Isaac YERRICK died 8 Aug 1902 at Ovid, Clinton Co MI.  Age 72.  Born 1830 in PA.  Day laborer.  Married.    

1910 Census, Pearl St, Ovid Twp, Ovid Village, Clinton Co MI, Dwelling 205, Family 210:  Rachel YARRICK, age 68 England, widow, 5 children/3 still living, parents born England, came to US in 1867, has own income.  

 Michigan, Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995:  Rachel YERRICK died 6 Dec 1914 at Ovid, Clinton Co MI.  Age 80.  Born <1834>.  Born Ireland.  Widowed.  Father Robert WIER.  Mother Sarah HENDERSON.  

Zartman, Edwin  8 Oct 1862            ZORTMAN
Private Zartman was age 23 when he entered service.  [No further comments given.]
Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 1839
Marriage:  Elizabeth WALKER
Death:   1905
Cemetery:   Valley Chapel Cemetery, Canton, Stark Co OH Sec 3, South End, Row 6, 1839 - 1905
Cemetery StonePhoto Credit:  Wayne Miller at Find a Grave

1860 Census, Canton Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 982, Family 982:  Geo LININGER, age 34 OH, farmer; Catherine, age 31 OH; Eda E., age 7 OH; Louis, age 6 OH; Laura, age 5 OH; Harrison, age 3 OH; Flora, age one OH; Catherine HAM, age 21 OH; Edwin ZARTMAN, age 22 PA; Louis ?GRAMLAUFF, age 14 OH.  [ZARTMAN listed at Heritage Quest as TAETMAN.]

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 1268, Canton Twp, Stark Co OH, page 32:  Edwin SORTMAN, age 31 PA, carpenter Jour; Lizzie, age 25 OH; Charles, age 3 IA; Alice, age 2 OH; Loretta, age 2 months OH, born Apr 1870.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1066, Canton, Stark Co OH, page 312:  Edwin ZARTMAN, age 40 OH, carpenter, parents born PA; Lizzie, wife, age 37 OH; Alice, daughter, age 12 OH; Leah, daughter, age 10 OH; Jennie, daughter, age 9 OH; John, son, age 7 OH; Byron, son, age 4 OH; Curits, son, age 3 OH. \

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Elizabeth ZARTMAN died 27 Feb 1883 at Canton Twp, Stark Co OH.  Age 37 <1846> OH.  Married.  

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Edwin ZARTMAN died 1905.  

?????Daughter Death record in Ohio: Lillie G LOEHR died 4 Jan 1947 at Canton, Stark Co OH.  Born East Canton OH, 7 Dec 1880. Married.  Husband Harvey LOEHR.  Parents  Edwin ZARTMAN and Elizabeth WALKER.  [Curtis H ZARTMAN's marriage also lists his parents as Edwin ZARTMAN and Elizabeth WALKER.]

Zuver, Robert M.   21 Aug 1862
1st Lieutenant Zuver was age 32 when he entered service.  He resigned 14 Jan 1863.
Father: Jacob ZUVER
Mother:  ?Elizabeth ????
Birth: 15 Feb 1830 PA
Marriage:  1 Margret BAKER on 18 Mar 1852 in Wayne Co OH
2Mary C SPENCER on 25 May 1886 in Cook Co IL
Death:   19 Oct 1909, Sidney, Shelby Co OH
Cemetery:   Graceland Cemetery, Sidney, Shelby Co OH, plot 73-3.  
Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Joan Shoffner
 
Pension Index: Robert M ZUVER, F 120th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 24 Nov 1883, Application 500623, Certificate 539109, filed in OH.  Widow Mary C. Zuver applied for a pension 26 Feb 1910, Application 936818, Certificate 699244, filed in IL. Robert died 19 Oct 1909.   

1850 Census, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 166, Family 166:  Jacob ZUVER, age 48 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 53 PA; Alvina, age 25 PA; Robert, age 19 PA; John, age 18 OH; Naaman, age 15 OH; Ella PATERSON, age 17 KY.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Robert ZUVER married Margret BAKER on 18 Mar 1852 in Wayne Co OH.  

1860 Census, Series M 653 Roll 1051, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 244:  Robt ZAVER, age 30 PA, farmer; Margaret, age 26 OH; Edith E, age 1 OH.  [Next door:  Jacob ZUVER, age 59 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 63 PA; John, age 27 OH.]

1870 Census, Series M 593 Roll 1169, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 740:  Robert M ZUVER, age 40 PA, ret book merch; Margaret, age 36 OH; Edith E, age 11 OH; Nettie V, age 9 OH; Carrie, age 5 OH; Minnie, age 3 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 991, Ashland, Ashland Co OH, page 180:  Robert ZUVER, age 50 PA, map canvasses, parents born PA; Margaret, wife, age 45 OH, parents born MD; Edith, daughter, age 20 OH; Nettie, daughter, age 18 OH; Carry, daughter, age 14 OH; Pearl, daughter, age 5 OH.  

Margaret ZUVER died 13 Oct 1884.  Buried at Graceland, Shelby Co OH.  

Cook County IL marriage licenses index:  Robert M ZUVER married Mary C SPENCER on 25 May 1886 in Cook Co IL.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Sidney, Shelby Co OH:  Line 3, House 62, Family 72:  Robert M. ZUVER.  1st Lt.  Co F 120th OVI.  Post Office:  Sidney, Shelby Co OH.  Disability:  injured back during engagement at Chickasaw Bayou, last of Dec 1862.

1900 Census, Series T 623 Roll 1321, Clinton Twp, Shelby Co OH, page 66:  Robert M ZUVER, age 70 PA, born Feb 1830, married 14 yrs, travelling salesman, parents born PA; Edith, daughter, age 40 OH, single, born Sep 1859, dress maker; Cara, daughter, age 34 OH, single, born June 1865, school teacher; Pearle, daughter, age 25 OH, single, born June 1874, saleswoman ???.  The children's father was born PA, mother in OH.  

Death record in Ohio:  Robert M ZUVER died 19 Oct 1909 at Sidney, Shelby Co OH.  Born 2 Feb 1830 at PA.  Married.  Retired.  Burial at Graceland.  Does not give his parents' names.  [Note:  Graceland/Calvary Cemetery is Rt 25 South in Sidney, Shelby co OH.]

In 1910 Edith, Carra and Pearl were still living together on Court Street in Sidney, Clinton Twp, Shelby Co OH. None had been married.  Their death records had father Robert ZUVER and mother Margaret BAKER.  


 

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