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 Company G of the 120th OVI
Mustered in Oct. 14, 1862 at Camp Mansfield, O., by Alexander E. Drake, Captain 2d Infantry, U.S.A.
Consolidated with the 114th O.V.I. Nov. 27, 1864

Arranged alphabetically regardless of rank:  Total 111 men.
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 in the War of the Rebellion 1861-1866,Vol 8, Published by Authority of the General Assembly in 1888,


Those who died in service are marked with a
red*. 

The following Muster Roll records can be found at:  openlibrary.org
National Archives Microfilm Publications; Microcopy No. 594; Compiled Records Showing Service of Military Units in volunteer Union Organizations; Roll 160; Ohio; One Hundred Twentieth Infantry through One Hundred Twenty-ninth Infantry
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Company G Muster Roll, Captain Wm G Myers [Myers resigned 5 Feb 1863; Loyd N. Meech became Captain that same day; Meech resigned 12 Jan 1864; Benjamin T. Jones was promoted to Captain21 Mar 1864]
Oct 14 to 31, 1862 shows station of company, Covington Barracks
Record of events:  The 120 Regt left camp Mansfield, O, Oct 25/63 and came by railroad to Cincinnati.  from there we marched to Covington Barracks on the morning of Oct 26/62

[Newspaper report fills in some more details:GenealogyBank,  Wooster Republican, Published 25 Dec 1862  From Capt. Myers' company - Camp Oliver, Near Memphis, Tenn. Dec 9, 1862  -  Editor [of] Republican, Dear Sir: - As many of your readers have a deep interest in the welfare of the 120th regiment, O.V.I.; I thought it would not be amiss to give you a short history of its stay at Covington, and passage down the river to Memphis.  We arrived at Covington, KY., on the 26th of October.  After guarding the city and forts for nearly one month, we received orders to report at Memphis, Tenn.  On Friday, Nov. 21st, the regiment left camp and marched through the city in excellent order, keeping exact step to the music.  The health of the regiment was good while we remained at Covington.  When we arrived at the river, seven of the companies went on board the Silver Wave, and three on board the Dunlieth.  After remaining on board one day and night, it was determined to employ another large boat in place of the Dunlieth. - Consequently the right wing was shipped on the Silver Wave, and the left on the Fort Wayne.  On the following Monday, we commenced our voyage.  The Captains promised to make the trip in six days, but by the time they hauled each other off sand bars and 'chins of rocks,' thereby damaging the Silver Wave to such and extent that she was unsafe, we were compelled to leave the right wing for the night.  It was then determined to have the left wing proceed to Cairo, some twenty miles distant, and procure another steamer.  Fortunately on our arrival we found the steamer J. S. Pringle, ready for the task.  She proceeded the same evening, and on the next morning the 'wings' were again united.  From there glided smoothly down the 'Father of waters,' arriving at Memphis on Sabbath, Dec. 7th, without any further accident.  After unloading wagons, stores, horses, mules, &c., and loading each company's team, it was about sunset before we started for our present camping ground.  
   When everything was ready we broke into sections and marched through the city, keeping step wit the music while the band was playing 'Yankee Doodle.' - The mien of the boys was soldierly and dignified, and no doubt commended itself to the 'natives,' who stood thick on either side, of every grade and color, permitting us to pass quietly, with the exceptions of a few isolated cases, of ladies remarking, as our band was playing, that if they had the power they would not permit that air to be played.  When we arrived at camp and each company had their location assigned, we struck tents for the night, taking the best possible care of our sick, whose number was increasing rapidly as we passed down the river, by reason of their long confinement on the boat, but the changes produced on the visages of the ailing ones after being two days in camp, is charming.  Our location is rather level, the weather reminding me of a mild October in Ohio.  It freezes slightly at night, but becomes quite pleasant during the day time.  
  Our field officers recommended the study of Casey's Infantry Tactics during our voyage through the land of 'Dixie,' and we were called upon to practically demonstrate about twenty pages per day, so that if our long voyage had no other redeeming quality, it gave us slight acquaintance with Gen. Casey's theory.
  I herewith send you the names of company 'G,' for publication, in obedience to the repeated requests of its numerous friends. {a list of officers and privates was included} ]
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Nov and Dec, 1862  shows station of company, Steamer Key West, Yazoo River north of Vicksburg 80 miles
Record of events:  Co G left Covington with the Regt. Nov 21 and went on board the steamer Fort Wayne bound for Memphis, Tenn.   arrived at that place Dec 7/62 and camped there till Dec 20 - when we sailed on board the Key West for Vicksburgh.  We arrived at the mouth of the Yazoo River, Dec 25 and landed some 15 miles up the river, Dec 26th   on Sunday the ?, the Regt was ordered to storm a fort and became engaged with the enemy.  Co "G" had a man wounded.   on Monday the 29, the Co skirmished and had ? man wounded.  The discipline of the Co is good.  It behaved well in the engagement on the battle field.  The Co left the battle field on the night Jan 1/63 and went on board the steamer Key West.  We are at this time on the Mississippi River about 80 miles north of Vicksburgh.
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Jan and Feb, 1863 shows station of company, Youngs Point La
Record of events:  Co G went with the Regt from the Yazoo river Jany 2nd.   sailed up the Miss. River to the mouth of the white river.   We landed 5 miles south of Arkansas Post  Jan 10th.   The 11th we marched within 1 mile of the fort.   at 2 oclock we were engaged with the enemy which engagement lasted till 4 oclock which resulted in the surrender of the fort.   The Co with the Regt remained at the ?their post? till the fort was demolished    the 15th Co went on board of the steamer crescent city.   Jan 16th moved don the river.   the 22nd ? we went into camp at Young's Point where the Regt is yet encamped.  ?? was wounded in Co G during the fight at Arkansas Post.  
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Special Muster Roll Apl 10th, 1863 shows station of company Smiths Plantation La
Record of events:  The Co with the Regt left Youngs Point Mch 9th      went into camp at Millikens Bend      the 10th left the Bend     Apl 2nd marched 14 miles and went into camp near Richmond La.[near Tallulah, Madison Parish, Louisiana, United States, located on Roundaway Bayou]    The Regt left there the 4th marched 10 miles and camped at Capt. Homes Plantation.   The 8th left there marched 6 miles to Smith's Plantation where the Regt is yet encamped.
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Mch and Apl 1863 shows station of company, In the Field Mississippi
The company left Young's Point La. on the 10th day of March and came up the river to Milikens Bend when it went into camp.  The Regt remained there until the 2nd of Apl. when it was ordered to Richmond.  Thence to Homes Plantation    Thence to Smiths Plantation     remained there about a week.  Thence to James Plantation     Thence to Perkins Plantation [at the mouth of Vidal Bayou]     on the 29th day of April it went aboard the Steamer Silver Wave with orders to participate in the Battle of Grand Gulf [Mississippi]     owing to the failure of the naval engagement the troops disembarked and marched to a point below.    crossed on the boats which ran the Blockade and commenced to March the 30th.  
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 May and June, 1863 shows station of company, Big Black River Bridge Miss.
Record of events:  Company G was engaged with the Regiment in the Battle of Thompsons Hill, May 1, 1863 with a loss of one wounded, Private Samuel Hoover.  Marched and bivouacked until the 19 day of May when the Regiment joined the column in the charge upon the Confederate forts in the rear of Vicksburg in which this company lost one wounded Sgt W. Q. Lawrence.     Skirmished by companies until the 22nd when another charge was made on the 24th.  We marched to this place where we have remained to the present date.
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July and August, 1863 shows station of company, Carrolton La
Company G left Black River Miss with the Regiment on July 7,/63     followed the enemy to Jackson Miss and fought him several days when he evacuated the place.  We then marched back to Black River, thence to Vicksburg.    We embarked August 6 and sailed to Port Hudson      on the 18th we again embarked and sailed to Carrolton La where we yet remain.  
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Sept and Oct, 1863 shows station of company, Iberia, La.
Record of events:  This company was last mustered at Carrollton La.    On the 5 day of Sept it moved to Bayou Boeuf, La. and then encamped until the 11 of the same month when it was ordered to Brasher [Brashear]City La. where it again encamped.    On the 25 of  Sept it crossed Berwicks Bay wit the Division and went into camp.    On the 3rd Inst it took up a line of March with the forces under Genl Franklin, and on the 24 day arrived at Opelousas La.    Remained there until the 27 when ordered to march back to this place arriving on the 30th
The Company has not been detached or otherwise disengaged from the Regt since last mustered.
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Nov and Dec 1863 shows station of company, Plaquemine La.
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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 1862 shows station of company, Morganza Bend La
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July and Aug 1864 shows station of company, Morganza La.
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Sept and Oct 1864 shows station of company, Mouth of white River, Ark.
No muster out roll of Co.
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[The 120th OVI merged into the 114th OH Inf on27 Nov 1864.]    

 

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BAUGHMAN, Abraham*     22 Aug 1862
Abraham, age 24,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private. 
He died 21 Mar 1863 at Milliken's Bend, LA.
[Milliken's Bend appears to be in Madison Parish, Louisiana]
The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Abraham Baughman as being buried in Vicksburg, Miss.  
Father: Peter BAUGHMAN
Mother:  ?Elizabeth WEYGANDT
Birth: <1838>
Marriage:  
Susan EARNSBERGER, 5 Jan 1860, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH
Death:  
21 Mar 1863 at Milliken's Bend, LA [ Longs Point LA] at Regimental Hospital
Cemetery: Vicksburg National Cem, Warren Co MS: possible Bauchman, A., Plot: F 693;  also listed at Clinton Cem, Summit Co OH, but isn't in the actual listings that I can find.
Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit at Vicksburg:  William Sanders at Find a Grave

The Summit County, Ohio, Cemetery Inscriptions vol.II
On the Veterans buried in Franklin Township page:  Abraham Baughman is listed as a Civil War veteran buried in Clinton Cemetery. However, his name is not listed in the actual listings of burials/stones in that cemetery.  Perhaps the stone that had been put there for him has disappeared or was never actually placed there.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Abraham BAUGHMAN, died 21 Mar 1863.  Co G 120th OH Inf.  Died at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: typhoid fever.

 Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960, page dated January 1867, Vicksburg National Cemetery: Moved from levee at Judge Byrnes Plantation, number 1287 A. BAUCHMAN, rank unknown, company and regiment unknown, date of death unknown, remarks: 150 yards west of house; National Cem section F #42.  

Pension record for Abraham:  Widow Susan C. BAUGHMAN filed 10 July 1863, Application 27070, Certificate 13.998;  Minor pension Jacob Breitenstei, Gardian, applied 25 May 1866, Application 127.208, Certificate 80,165.

1850 Census, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 32, Family 55:  Peter BAUGHMAN, age 33 OH, farmer; Elisabeth, age 34 OH; Abraham, age 12 OH; Julia A, age 8 OH; Silas LYTTLE, age 4 OH.   

Summit County OH marriage record:  Abraham BAUGHMAN married Susan C. ANTSBERGER on 5 Jan 1860.  

1860 Census, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 445, Family 439:  Abram BACHMAN, age 22 OH, farm laborer; Susan, age 18 OH.  [Peter and Elizabeth BACHMAN, Julia, John and Cilas are living next door.]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  listed Abraham Baughman's residence as Franklin.  

1870 Census, series M593 Roll 1270, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 230:  Alonze [Alonzo] WEYGANDT, age 25 OH, coal miner;  Susan, age 27 MD; Helen, age 4 OH; H. BAUGHMAN, age 8 OH; Ida A. BAUGHMAN, age 10 OH.

1880 Census, Franklin Co, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 172, Family 189:  Alonzo WEYGANDT, age 39 OH, parents born OH, mining coal:  Susan, age 38 MD, wife, father born OH, mother born MD; Helen O, daughter, age 13 OH; Minnie R, age 4 months OH, daughter, born in Feb.  

1900 Census, Clinton village, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 239, Family 249:  Alonzo WAYGONDT, age 51 OH, born Aug 1847?, married 33 yrs, parents born OH, barber; Susan C, wife, age 51 MD, born July 1847?, married 33 yrs, 4 children/3 still living, parents born MD.

Children found in death records of Ohio
Son's
Death record in Ohio:  File #25203, Herman BAUGHMAN, born 7 Sep 1863 in OH, died 4 Apr 1915 in Springfield, Summit Co OH.  Divorced.  Painter, Father Abraham B BAUGHMAN, born OH.  Mother Susan EARNSBERGER, born Baltimore, MD.  He had been 2 months and 3 dys at the Summit County Infirmary.  Burial Clinton Cem.  
Daughter's
Death record in Ohio:  File # 63053, Mrs. Ida CALLAHAN, about 50 yrs old, born at Clinton OH,  died 24 Dec 1909 at City Hospital, Youngstown, Mahoning Co OH.  Divorced.  Father Abraham BAUGHMAN, born Clinton OH.  Mother Susan EARNSBURGER, born MD.  Burial Clinton OH.

Pension at fold3.com :
Pension record for Abraham:  Widow Susan C. BAUGHMAN filed 10 July 1863, Application 27070, Certificate 13.998;  Minor pension Jacob Breitenstein, Gardian, applied 25 May 1866, Application 127.208, Certificate 80,165.
Abraham BAUGHMAN married Susan C. ANTSBERGER, 5 Jan 1860, Summit co OH (probate record).  Abraham died of typhoid fever.  In June 1863 wife Susan was age 21, a resident of Summit Co OH.  Document says Miligan's Bend is near Vicksburg, MS. Documents also call his place of death Longs Point LA on 1 Mar 1863.   Soldier died of diarrhea. Marriage 5 Jan 1860 at Manchester, Summit Co OH.  Child Ida R or Ida Irena. was born 17 Nov 1860.  And Harmon L was born 7 Sep 1862.  Father of Abraham was Peter BAUGHMAN.  Marriage:  Abraham BAUGHMAN married Susan C. EAULSTURGER??? [EAULSTENGER] on 5 Jan 1860 in Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH.  Susan BAUGHMAN married Alonzo WYGANDT on 20 July 1865 in Summit Co OH.  Jacob BREITENSTEIN of [Clinton] Franklin Twp, Summit Co became guardian of minor children in 1866.  Alonzo died 30 or 25 Sep 1901.  Susan applied for restoration of her pension on 28 Oct 1901.  She was reinstated but died in [1903].   [Ohio, Deaths and Burials: Alonzo died 30 sep 1901 at Clinton, Summit Co, OH] [Susan Weygandt born 21 Jul 1842, died 26 Feb 1903, Burial at Clinton Cemetery, Summit Co OH.  Find a Grave.   Summit Co OH Death Record:  Susan WEYGANDT, 405 Bowery St. Akron, OH, died 26 Feb 1903 at Akron.  60 yrs, 7 mths, 5dys.  Born MD.  Cause, brights disease.]


BEARD, William*    9 Oct 1862
William, age 24,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
He died 20 May 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri. The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book states that he is buried in section 2, grave 133 [old numbering system for the cemetery].
Father: Henry BEARD
Mother:  Maria HOUT
Birth: <1838>
Marriage: Miss Rebecca GARMAN,  27 July 1862, Wooster,Wayne Co OH
Death:   Lawsons Hospital in St. Louis MO on 20 May 1863
Cemetery: 
Burial: Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St Louis Missouri ....William Beard, just listed as US Army...died and buried 20 May 1863, Plot: 2 0 7025.
Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Eric Kreft at Find a Grave.

Pension Index: William BEARD, Co G 120 OH Inf, widow Rebecca BEARD filed 28 Aug 1863, Application 31411, Certificate 18667.  

US Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861 - 1865:  William BEARD, Co G 120th OH Inf., Private, died 20 May 1863 at Lawson General Hospital, St. Louis, MO, chronic diarrhoea.  

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

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  William BEARD, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Died 20 May 1863.  Originally buried a Jefferson Barracks, MO.  Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, Sec 2, Grave 7025.  

1850 Census, Lawrence, Stark Co OH, dwelling 628, Family 644:  Henry BEARD, age 32 OH, painter; Maria, age 32 Germany; Wm, age 12 OH; Nancy, age 9 OH; Jno, age 6 OH; Jac, age 4 OH; twins Henry, age 3 OH; Henrietta, age 3 OH.  [Ohio Marriages:  Henry BEARD married Maria HOUT, 8 Jan 1837, Stark Co OH.]

1860 Census, Jackson Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 625, Family 607:  H. HILDEBRAND, age 28 OH; Pamelia, age 25 PA; Ella, age 5 OH; Ann, age 2 OH; James, age 6 months OH; William BEARD, age 21 OH; Mary HARDGROVE?, age 17 OH; Adam HILDEBRAND?, age 24 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863, listed Wm Beard's residence as Chippewa, Wayne Co OH.  

Pension Card:  Widow applied 28 Aug 1863.  

Widow's Pension:  William BEARD of Co G 120th OH had widow, Rebecca GARMAN [maiden name].  Rebecca's p o address in 1863 was Clinton, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  William died of chronic diarrhoea at Lawsons Hospital in St. Louis MO on 20 May 1863.  They had no children.  Married 27 July 1862 in Wayne Co OH.  Then on 14 Mar 1864 Rebecca wrote that her address was Clinton, Summit Co OH.  

???Ohio, County Marriages, Rebecca BEARD married Frederick SCHNEIDER, 24 Dec 1868, Stark Co OH.  

 Not listed on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

BERRIDGE, James    9 Oct 1862                                                                                               
James, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, LA. He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp chase, OH by order of War Department.
Father: James BERRIDGE
Mother:  ??Elizabeth ????  Sarah BENNETT  [dougpears at ancestry.com]
Birth:<16 Nov 1841>, England [Date calculated from death certificate] Dec 1841, Stow, Lincolnshire, England [dougpears at Ancestry]
Marriage:   Hanna PHILIPS, 21 Dec 1865, Marion county OH
Death:   3 Oct 1919, Mead, Spokane Co, WA
Cemetery:  Peone Cem, Mead, Spokane Co WA

Stone PhotoPhoto Credit: NW Mountain Man at Find a grave.   

Pension Index:  James BERRIDGE, G 114th and G 120th OH Inf.     Widow Hannah filed for pension 27 Oct 1919, Application 1147.982; Certificate 882.205 in Washington state.  James had filed for invalid pension 15 Mar 1887, Application 602.068; Certificate 759.372 in that state.  Pension Card: James died 3 Oct 1919 at Mead, WA.  

Notice that the date on the stone does not agree with the Washington death record date.

Emigrated 1857 

1860 Census, Claridon Township, Marion County OH, page 378:  James Berridge, age 18, living with James Berridge (52) and Elizabeth (42). They are farmers.  The other children are: Anna (16), George (13), Losler (?) (6), Besey (1), John CRADLER (6), Ann E. CRADLER (5). All were born in England except the child Besey. 

James Berridge of Company G is NOT on the Marion County Honor Roll for the Civil War. 


Marion County Probate Court record:  
James Berridge married Hanna PHILIPS on 21 Dec 1865 in Marion county OH.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed James Berridge's residence as Crestline [village in Crawford and Richland counties...on the line.  

1870 Census, Arcola Twp, Douglas Co IL, Dwelling 449, Family 457:  James BARRAGE, age 28 England, ??work on farm??; Hannah, age 22 Canada; Laura P, age 10 months, IL.  

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1046, Claridon Twp, Marion Co OH, page 161:  James BERRIDGE, age 37 England, day laborer, parents born England; Hannah, wife, age 32 Canada, father born Ire, mother born Eng.;  Laura P, daughter, age 11 IL; James S, son, age 8, born IL; Robert, age 23 OH, cousin, day laborer, parents born Eng.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Spokane Co Washington:  Line 12, House 149, Family 150:  James BERRIDGE, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Post Office: Mead, Spokane Co WA.  Disabilties: chronic diarrhoea and heart disease.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1750, Peone Pct, Spokane, WA, page 82:  James BERRIDGE, age 58 England, born Nov? 1841, married 35 yrs, runs boarding house, emigrated 1857, been in US 41 yrs, not a citizen, parents born England;  Hannah, wife, age 54, born May 1846 Canada [French speaking] married 35 yrs, 16 children, 5 still living, father born England, mother born Ireland, emigrated 1863, been in US 37 yrs, not citizen; Thomas H, son, age 19 OH, single, born Dec 1880, laborer; Joseph E, son, age 4 OH, born July 1885, father born Eng, mother born Canada; Louise CAMPBELL, grand daughter, age 2 WA, born May 1898, father born MO, mother born IL; James CAMPBELL, boarder, single, age 47 IL, born Apr 1853, day laborer, father born Scotland, mother born PA; Caleb ???WIEMAM, boarder, age 51, single, born Sep 1848, day laborer, father born Eng, mother born Maryland.

1910 Census, Series: T624  Roll: 1669, Mead Twp, Spokane Co WA, page 9:  James L BERRIDGE, age 68 England, first marriage, married 45 yrs, emigrated 1852, not naturalized, Hotel keeper, parents born England; Hannah, wife, age 62 Canada [English], first marriage, married 45 yrs, 16 children/4 still living, emigrated 1863, father born England, mother born Canada; Joe C?, son, age 24 OH, single, laborer, father born England, mother born Canada;  Loue? CAMPBELL, grand daughter, age 12 WA, father born US, mother born OH.  Two boarders also living there.  

There is a Hanna Berridge, widow, in the 1920 Federal Census in Mead Twp., Spokane Co, Washington. She was born in Canada, is 72 years old. 

Peone Cem, Mead, Spokane Co WA [Interment.net]
James BERRIDGE, 16 Nov1841 - 3 Sep 1919, burial 8 Oct 1919 [Death date should be 3 Oct.]
Hannah BERRIDGE, 2 May 1848 - 7 Apr 1936

Washington Death Cert:  James BERRIDGE, died 3 Oct 1919 at Mead, Spokane Co Washington.  Age 77 yrs, 10 m, 17 dys.  Married to Hannah.  Father James Berridge.  Mother's name unknown.  

BICKEL, Jacob    8 Oct 1862
Jacob, age 30,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a Musician. He was discharged 7 Jan 1863 at Columbus OH on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.   Also in Co A 169th OH Inf.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth: July <1822-1826>, Baden, Germany
Marriage: Louisa PETERS, 1852 Wayne Co OH 

Death:   Obit Thurs 26 Nov 1908, died Friday 20 Nov 1908
Cemetery: Oak Park Cemetery in Perry Twp, Noble Co IN.  Section 1, Row 28.  Louisa is also buried there.  Louisa died in 1921.
Jacob Bickel at Oak Park Cemetery, Noble Co INPhoto Credit: Carl Wheeler at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  Widow, Louisa, filed for pension 11 Dec 1908, Application 909588, Certificate 675058 in Indiana.  Pension Card:  Jacob BICKEL, Co G 120th OH Inf., Co A 169th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 27 Aug 1890, Application 897716, Certificate 804070.  [The 169th, organized at Camp Cleveland,  was a regiment that served 100 days.  Jacob Bickel who was age 37 at the time entered as a private on 2 May 1864 and mustered out with the company 4 Sept 1864.  This regiment went to Washington City and was on garrison duty in Fort Ethan Allen. It participated in the defeat of Early's attack on Washington. The age of 37, given in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers for the 169th and age of 30  two years earlier for his  enlistment in  the 120th, raises the question of Jacob's actual year of birth.]

Veterans Administration Payment Cards, 1907-1933:  2912, Jacob BICKEL, Certificate 804070, Co A 169th OH N. G.   died 27 Nov 1908.  Transferred from Indinapolis, IN.   widow Louisa.  Home: Kendallville.  
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Came to US about 1834.

 Ohio Marriages, Louisa PETERS married Jacob RICKEL[sic] on 8 Jan 1852 at Wayne Co OH.  Wife's family:  [1850 Census, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 46, Family 46:  George PETERS, age 51 PA, mason; Charlotte, age 51 PA; Louissa, age 20 PA; Sarah, age 17 PA; Israel, age 14 PA; Harriet, age 12 PA; Charlotte, age 8 PA.]

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1050, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 53:  Jacob BECKEL, age 31 Baden, harness maker; Louisa, age 30 PA; Albert, age 7 OH; John, age 4 OH; Augustus, age 2 OH.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863: Musician, Jacob Bickel's residence was Smithville.  

Wayne County Probate Birth Records: A girl child was born to Jacob and Louisa Bickle in Wayne Co OH 17 Jul 1867.  Minnie Bickle born to the same parents 14 Dec 1869 in Wayne Co.

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1280, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 211:  Jacob BICKEL, age 40 Germany, tinner; Louisa, age 39 PA; Albertus, age 17 OH, tinners apprentice; Fremont, age 13 OH; Ida, age 7 OH; Jennie, age 2 OH; Minnie age 8 months OH, born Sep 1869.

Son, Noble County Indiana Marriage record:  William BICKEL, born 9 Oct 1872, son of Jacob BICKEL and Louisa PETERS, married Ella WILLIAMS on 5 July 1893.  

Son, Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992:  William Bert BICKEL was born 9 Oct 1872 at Smithville, Wayne Co OH.  His father is listed as Jacob Jocham BICKEL.  Mother Louisa PEATER.  Married Bessie B. RICHMOND on 22 Mar 1909.  He had been divorced.  Bessie was single.  

1880 Census son Fremont:  Perry Twp, Noble Co IN.  Dwelling 81, Family 85:  Fremont BICKEL, age 24 OH, laborer, father born Baden, mother born PA; Rosa, wife, age 18 IN, father born Baden, mother born OH; Olive, daughter, age 6 months born Dec 1879 IN, father born OH, mother born IN; John BICKEL, boarder, marked divorced, age 49 Baden, parents born Baden.  

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Filed for invalid pension 27 Aug 1897 Ohio.

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 395, Perry Twp, Noble Co IN, page 122:  Johann J BICKEL, age 73 Germany, born July 1826, married 48 yrs, gardener, parents born Germany; Louisa, wife, age 69 PA, born Nov 1830, married 48 yrs, 10 children/5 still living.  

1910 Census, 214 South Grant st, Kendallville Ward 2, Noble Co IN, Dwelling 91, Family 101:  Chas BICKEL, age 57 OH,  second marriage, married 11 yrs, father born Germany, mother born PA, tinner in refr**** factory; Sarah, wife, age 45 OH, first marriage, married 11 yrs, 0 children, parents born Ireland; Lousa, mother, age 79 PA, widowed, 10 children/5 still living, parents born PA.  

1920 Census, Series T625 Roll 459, Old Peoples Home, Allen twp, Noble Co IN, page 19:  Louisa BECKEL, age 90 PA, widow, parents born PA.  

Noble County Indiana Burial:   Jacob and Louisa BICKEL are buried at Old [Oak???] Park Cemetery in Perry Twp, Noble Co IN.  Dates for Louisa are 1828 - 1921

Fort Wayne News Sentinel, Monday 1 Aug 1921, pg8:
"Mrs. Louise Bickel Dead
Kendallville, INd., August 1.--
Mrs. Louise (Teters)[sic] Bickel;. aged 93, died at the Old People's home, at Avilia, Sunday morning, death being due to old age.  Born in Pennsylvania, she came to Noble county soon after her marriage, and had lived in the county continuously since.  Her home was near Ligonier for many years, but since the death of her husband has made her home with her sons, Charles and Will, of this city.  Surviving are two daughters, Mrs.. Jennie Wolcott, of Morenci, Mich., and Mrs. Ida Hart, of Elkhart; and three sons, Philip, of Ligonier; and Charles and Will, of Kendallville.  The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock, at the Bickel home, on Kimball street, with burial in the Ligonier cemetery."

?????Elkhart Truth, Tuesday, 27 Dec 1904, page 8:
"Mr. and Mrs. Enos Fields and family and Mrs. Fields' mother, Louise Bickel, are sending Christmas in Kendall, Mich., with Mrs. Albert Deuel, Mrs. Louise Bickel's daughter."

Elkhart Daily Review, Monday 13 Nov 1911, pg 5:
"False Rumor Of Death
 Elkhart relatives of Nathan Bickel, 38, were alarmed today by a report that he had been frozen to death in South Bend this morning.  A South Bend newspaper office denied anything of the kind had occurred.  Mr. Bickel's home is one mile east of Elkhart with his mother, Louise Bickel.
  Late this afternoon an Elkhart relative found that Mr. Bickel was at his home."

Obit found at GenealogyBank:  
"Elkhart Daily Review, Friday, 4 Dec 1908, page 5:  Jacob J. Bickel who died at his home one mile west of Ligonier on November 28, was the father of Mrs. Ida Hart of this city.  He was born in Germany eighty-five years ago and came to America at the age of twelve, and he served in the union army.  His wife, two daughters and three sons survive."  
 Another news clipping from 5 Dec same paper says he was 86 yrs old.  

Elkhart Weekly Review, Saturday, 26 Sep 1908, page 6:
"Ghost Walks There:  May Be a Fake, but No One Has Yet Had the Nerve to Find Out: It Is Minus Head and Arms:  But So Blood Freezing That It Routs Fifty Men
Kendallville, Ind., Sept. 24 -- The Helmer neighborhood, eight miles northeast of Kendallville, is wrought up by the appearance of a tall, headless and armless ghost, robed in flowing white garments, in an old house known as the Jacob Bickel homestead, long since abandoned.  For three nights in succession the ghost has been seen, the first time on Saturday evening when a party of boys was playing about the premises, the next time on Sunday, and again Monday night.
Boy Nearly Scared to Death
The first evening the eight-year-old son of Henry Beckbarger was so badly frightened that he fainted three times before his comrades succeeded in carrying him home.  One of the other boys is a son of Joseph Weirick, and the others were three sons of Rena Presskey, all well-known citizens.  The second night Ward Miller and Earl Deetz two well-known young men of the neighborhood who had heard the story of the boys, went to the place, and they in turn saw the apparition, and were so badly frightened that Deetz did not stop until he had reached his home, a mile distant.
Small Army Is Stampeded.
On the third night a posse of citizens of the Helmer neighborhood, probably fifty strong, headed by William Klinesmith, went to the haunted house to solve the mystery of the strange apparition, and although they were armed the appearance of the ghost struck terror to their hearts and they fled.  Klinesmith was the only one of the party who entered the house, but he, too, failed to remain long enough to complete his investigation after the ghost appeared.
Ghost Parties Are in Style.
The incident has aroused widespread interest, and ghost parties are being formed by a number of local people who propose to visit the house one night this week and brave the ordeal of meeting the ghost.  So far no reason can be assigned for the appearance of the mysterious apparition, as no unusual history is connected with the place other than that the house has been abandoned for many years and has frequently been a shelter for tramps and vagabonds."
 

BOAK, James T.*   30 Sept 1862  Alternate name James BOAK  
James, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.  He died 3 Sep 1863 in hospital at New Orleans, LA.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists James T. Boak as being buried at Chalmette, Louisiana. Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1844>
Marriage:  

Death:  
3 Sep 1863, New Orleans LA
Cemetery:  
Chalmette National Cem, St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana  [not listed]
US Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861 - 1865:  Have not found.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, dwelling 310, family 325:  George STICKLER, age 50 PA, farmer; Magdalene, age 45 PA; Elias, age 13 OH; Sabilla, age 12 OH; Lovina, age 10 OH; Martha M, age 6 OH; James BOKE, age 5 OH.  [Ohio Marriages:  George STICKLER married Magdelena ROW, 25 May 1823, Stark Co OH.  So Magdelena's name was not BOKE/BOAK. I wonder if James was related to this Stickler family in some other way.]

1860 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 373.
James T. Boak, age 15, born in OH, is living with George Stickler (59 PA), Magdeleina (55 PA), and  Martha M. (16 OH). 

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863: Listed James Boak's residence as Chippewa.  

 

BOWMAN, Jacob   29 Sep 1862
Jacob, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private. He died 7 Mar 1863 at Young's Point, LA.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Jacob Bowman as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.

Father:  Lewis BOWMAN
Mother:  Catherine ????
Birth: <1844> OH
Marriage:  

Death:   7 Mar 1863
Cemetery:  
Vicksburg, MS [Not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: Jacob BOWMAN, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Died 7 Mar 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: typho mal fever.

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

Pension Card:  Jacob BOWMAN, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Mother applied 19 Aug 1869, Application 178.770; Certificate 136.948.  Pension Card:  Mother Catherine BOWMAN.  

1850 Census, Lawrence, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 477, Family 490:  Louis BOWMAN, age 42 Germany, weaver; Cath, age 37 Germany; Sarah, age 11 OH; Rebecca, age 9 OH; Jacob, age 7 OH.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 378:  Lewis BOWMAN, age 54 Wurtemburg, farmer; Catherin, age 46 Prussia, Sarah, age 21 OH, domestic, Rebecca, age 18 OH, domestic; Jacob, age 15 OH, farm hand; Catherine, age 7 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Jacob Bowman's residence as Chippewa.

 Not on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

BROUSE, Jacob*    19 Aug 1862  
Jacob, age 23,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private. He died 12 Jan 1863 on hospital boat Henry Von Phul, of wounds received 29 Dec 1862, in the battle of Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists the death of Jacob Brouse but does not give a burial place.

Father:  John BROUSE
Mother:  Harriet FREDERICK
Birth:  <1839> OH  18 Jun 1838 [Suzanne_Cooke at Ancestry.com]
Marriage:   single
Death:  
12 Jan 1863 on hospital boat Henry Von Phul
Cemetery: unknown
Relationship:  Brother of Reason and William BROUSE of Co G; brother in law of Samuel Musser of Co G 120th OVI

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

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

Not on
National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension Card:  Jacob BROUSE, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Mother, Harriet BROUSE, applied 25 May 1864, Application 52,494; Certificate 90.599.

Parents, Harriet and John had been married 4 Dec 1823.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH;
Jacob, age 11, is living with John and Harriet Brouse.   The other children are Agnes (20), Elizabeth (15), Reason (13), Jacob (11), Cath (10), Mary A. (8), Jno (4), and Samuel (8 months).    This family is listed along with the Isaac and Mary Middleton family.  This same family is listed living with Michael (74) and Susannah (70) Brouse in the same township.  Also listed there Thomas (28) and William (23)  and an older family member named Michael who was 96.

Father, John died 28 Sep 1856.

1860 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 363
Harriet Brouse (54).  [The husband is not listed this time.] James W. (29 coal miner),  Reason T. (23 day laborer), Jacob T. (21 day laborer), Catherine (19), Mary A. (17), John M. (14), Samuel G (11 or 10).  All listed as born in Ohio.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Jacob Brouse's residence as Chippewa.

sister and mother 1870 Census, village of Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 35, Family 47:  Samuel MUSSER, age 32 PA, teamster; Mary Ann, age 25 OH; Charles, age 6 Canada West; Harriet BROUSE, age 64 OH, retired.  

1880 Census, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 347, Family 361:  Harriet BROUSE, age 74 OH, widow, parents born OH.  [Next to the MUSSER family.]

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File #9476, Mrs. Elizabeth SPACHT died 28 Jan 1929 at 511 10th St, NW, Canton, Stark Co OH.  Widow of Geroge SPACHT.  Born 13 Oct 1834 at Wayne Co OH.  Parents John BROUSE and Harriet FREDERICK, born PA.  Burial Dolestown.  Informant Mrs. Mary BAYSINGER, of Canton OH.  

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File #37082, Mrs. Mary Ann MUSSER died 5 June 1913 at Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co oH.  Widow.  Born 11 Nov 1842 in OH.  Father John BROUSE, born PA.  Mother Harriett FREDERICK, born OH.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Informant Charles MUSSER, of Doylestown OH.  

Pension at fold3.com:

Jacob enrolled at Doylestown.  
Harriet BROUSE resident of Wayne Co OH, mother of soldier Jacob BROUSE.  Post Office address Chippewa, OH.  Jacob died 12 Jan 1863 on board a hospital boat, Henry Von Phul, of wounds received in action at Chickasaw Bayou on 29 Dec 1862.  On 5 May 1864 Harriet was resident of  Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  She was widow of John BROUSE.  Harriet and John had been married 4 Dec 1823.  John died 28 Sep 1856.  "the deceased soldier was one half his said mothers support for five years prior to his enlistment.  The said soldier and one other brother maintained their mother during same period, and said applicant had no other means of support, and has none now." He was earning 12 dollars a month of which he gave his mother at least six dollars. He continued to send her money from his military pay check. "Doylestown O. March 16th 1878
Harriet Brouse, being duly sworn deposth? and says,
I received $2.546/45 from my father, Thomas Frederick's estate.  One thousand Dollars I put on interest, calculating that my pension and the interest of that amount would keep me.  I paid out of the remainder for medical attendance for a term of three years and six months, between three and four hundred dollars, the remainder I divided with my children.
Harriet herXmark Brouse.  Witness James B Meech
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 16th day of March A.D. 1878
George M. Everts, Justice of the Peace"
3 Jun 1936 Mrs. Minnie Musser, the soldier's sister, wrote a letter to the pension office.  The responded saying that the soldier's nephews or nieces were not entitled to any pension and that she would need to make other inquiries about any bounty due the soldier.  She said that "Mother Musser" was the sister of Jacob BROUSE.  "...he has left a lot of nieces and nephews that have been hard hit during this depression and if they are entitled to his back pay and pension it would mean a lot.  Mr Brouse was a single man,"

15 Dec 1880 Harriet, age 74 and living in Doylestown, had to ask for reinstatement of her pension which had been denied because of supposed "false statements."

BROUSE, F. Reason    9 Oct 1862       
Reason, age 25,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private. No Comments are listed in the Roster.
Father:John BROUSE
Mother: Harriet FREDERICK 
Birth:  4 Nov 1836 OH
Marriage:  
Lovina B. SNIDER, 28 Dec 1861, Wayne Co OH
Death:   18 Dec 1924, Miller Co MO  [djones061188 at Ancestry.com]
Cemetery:  Salem Cemetery, Eldon, Miller Co MO
Relationship:  Brother of Jacob and William BROUSE of Co G; brother in law of Samuel Musser of Co G 120th OVI

Stone Photo Photo by Rebecca Poertner at Find a Grave
Salem Cemetery:  Reason F. BROUSE, born 4 Nov 1836.  No death date.  Husband of Lovina B. [SNYDER]
Lovina B [SNYDER] BROUSE, born 26 Oct 1841.  Died 27 July 1911   Wife of Reason F. 

Pension Index:  Reason F BROUSE, G 120th OH Inf.  Reason filed for his invalid pension on 10 May 1890, Application 774087; no certificate, filed in Missouri.  

1850 Federal census in Chippewa Twp. Wayne Co OH:  John and Harriet Brouse in the . Agnes (20), Elizabeth (15), Reason (13), Jacob (11), Cath (10), Mary A. (8), Jno (4), and Samuel (8 months).    This family is listed along with the Isaac and Mary Middleton family.  This same family is listed living with Michael (74) and Susannah (70) Brouse in the same township.  Also listed there Thomas (28) and William (23) [below]  and an older family member named Michael who was 96.
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Wayne co. OH probate record:  Reason F. BROUSE married Lovina B. SNIDER on 28 Dec 1861.
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1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 363:  Harriet BROUSE, age 54 OH; James W, age 29 OH, coal miner; Reason F, age 23 OH, day laborer; Jacob F, age 21 OH, day laborer; Catherine, age 19 OH; Mary A, age 17 OH; John M, age 14 OH; Samuel G, age 10 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Reason Brouse's residence as Chippewa.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll: 1280, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 102:  Reisen BROUSE, age 33 OH, farm laborer; Lovina, age 28 OH; Reason A, age 7 OH; Mary, age 5 Canada West?; Harriet, age 3 Canada West?; Thomas age 1 OH.  

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 703, Saline Twp, Miller Co MO, page 249:  R F BROUSE, age 43 OH, laborer, parents born OH; Lovina, wife, age 38 OH, parents born OH; Mary M, daughter, age 15 Canada; Harriet B, daughter, age 13 Canada; Thomas J, age 11 OH, laborer; George W, son, age 8 OH; James A, son, age 6 OH; S. A., daughter, age 2 OH; Estilla, daughter, age 9? months OH.  [Son, Reason A. died 9 Dec 1882 and is buried in Salem Cem, Miller Co MO.]

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 875, Saline Twp west part, Miller Co MO, page 133:  Reasan BROUSE, age 63 OH, born Nov 1836, farmer, married 38 yrs, parents born PA; Lovina B, wife, age 58 OH, born Oct 1841, married 39 yrs, 11 children/9 still living, parents born PA; George W, son, age 28 OH, born March 1872, no occupation listed; Minta S, daughter, age 22? OH, born July 1877; Rosa May, daughter, age 18 MO, born Aug 1881; Alvaretta E, daughter, age 15 MO, born March 1885.  [Son Thomas living next door.]

1910 Census, Series: T624 Roll: 799, Saline Twp, Miller Co MO, page 156:  Reason F BROUSE, age 73 OH, first marriage, married 48 yrs, general farmer, parents born PA, Column 30 marked for military service; Lovina, wife, age 68 OH, fist marriage, married 48 yrs, parents born PA; Etta E, daughter, age 25 MO, single.  [George living next door.]

Wife's Missouri Death Record:  File #28896, Lovina BROUSE died 27 July 1911 at Saline Twp, Miller Co MO.  Married.  Born 26 Oct 1841 at Wayne Co OH.  Father George SNYDER born PA.  Mother KAISER, born PA.  Burial at Salem, near Eldon MO.  Informant W A ROARK of Olean MO.  

1920 Census, Series: T625 Roll: 935, Saline Twp, Miller Co MO, page 235:  George W BROUSE, age 47 OH, general farmer, parents born OH; Daisy, wife, age 40 MO, parents born MO; Ervise R, son, age 15 MO; Lithie E, daughter, age 12 MO; Daisy M, daughter, age 8 MO; Reason F, father, age 83 OH, widowed, parents born PA, no occupation.

Did Reason actually die in MO?  His death record is not on the Missouri Death Record site.    His name and birthdate are on the stone with his wife, but no death date.  

BROUSE, William    19 Aug 1862                                                                                                      
William, age 36,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.
He was discharged 18 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.
[enlisted at Doylestown]
Father:  John BROUSE
Mother: Harriet FREDERICK 
Birth:  27 Jun 1826 calculated from obituary
Marriage:  Maria MYERS
Death:   10 Apr 1896
Cemetery:  Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp OH
Relationship:  Brother of Reason and Jacob BROUSE of Co G; brother in law of Samuel Musser of Co G 120th OVI

William BROUSE is buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery in Doylestown.   1826-1896  Wife, Maria  1828-1885

Pension Index:  William Brouse Company G 120th OVI filed for an invalid pension 21 Ap 1877, Application 234456, Certificate 379110, no state given in the index.  Pension Card:  William died 9 Apr 1896.

1850 Federal census in Chippewa Twp. Wayne Co OH:  John and Harriet Brouse in the . Agnes (20), Elizabeth (15), Reason (13), Jacob (11), Cath (10), Mary A. (8), Jno (4), and Samuel (8 months).    This family is listed along with the Isaac and Mary Middleton family.  Just to complicate things this same family is listed living with Michael (74) and Susannah (70) Brouse in the same township.  Also listed there Thomas (28) and William (23)  and an older family member named Michael who was 96.

1860 Census, Chippewa twp Wayne Co OH page 369:  William Brouse, age 33, coal miner, Ann (31), Thomas T. (9), a girl Alfecette (7 name hard to read), James H (4) and Reson L. (9 months).  All born in OH except the mother Ann who was born PA.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863: Listed Wm Brouse's residence as Chippewa.  

Haven't found in 1870.

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1076, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, page 83:  William BROUSE, age 54 OH, coal miner, parents born PA; Maria, wife, age 52, parents born PA.  

Wife Maria died 1885.
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Wayne County Democrat, Page 3, Wednesday, 15 Ap 1896 
Mr. William Brouse an aged and respected Doylestown citizen died at the home of his son Mr. Thomas Brouse on Friday April 10 at the age of 69 years, 9 months, and 13 Days.  The funeral was held from the residence on Sunday, April 12, and the remains were interred in Chestnut Hill cemetery.
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The Wayne County cemetery book lists William Brouse, buried at Chestnut Hill cemetery in Doylestown, Chippewa township, Wayne county OH.  The dates are 1826-1896.  It identifies him as being in Company G of the 120th OVI.
Wayne County Registration Cards:
William Brouse, address Doylestown, OH, died 9 April 1896 at Doylestown.  Born 1827 in Wayne Co OH.  He is buried in Chestnut Hill, Lot 11, Block #1, grave 3.

Son's Death record in Ohio:  File #29989, Thomas T BROUSE died 22 May 1911 at 134 So Main, Akron, Summit Co OH.  Born Sep 30 1852 at Doylestown OH.  Farmer.  Widowed.  Parents Wm BROUSE and M. MYERS, born Doylestown OH.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Informant O. J. BROUSE.  

BURKHIMER, Benton    15 Aug 1862            BARKHAMER                                                                                               
Benton, age 26,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
Captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River in Louisiana. He was mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father: John BARKHAMER
Mother:  Dorothy FLICKINGER
Birth: 1840
Marriage:  Rosanna HARVEY, married 1 Jan 1860; application 27 Dec 1859  
Death:   26 Mar 1887
Cemetery:
Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Lot 128, block #1, grave #2   Wayne County Burials book says that there is a stone for Benton Barkhamer at Chestnut Hill cemetery, Chippewa Twp, Wayne OH.  It has no dates but the Wayne Burials book indicates he was in Company G, 120th OVI.
I could not find Benton's grave when I went to Doylestown.  There was a stone for G W BARKHAMER, and wife Charity, and that may be his brother, George.

Pension index: Benton Barkhamer of Co G 120th filed for invalid pension 20 Dec 1879, Application 327, 012; Certificate 241.457...no state indicated. Pension Card:  Benton died 28 Mar 1887.

1850 Census, Franklin, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 2710, Family 2733:  John BARKHAMMER, age 65 PA, farmer; Doratha, age 42 PA ; Catharine, age 23 OH; Sally, age 15 OH; Lovinia, age 12 OH; Benton, age 10 OH; Cord, age 6 OH; Jemima, age 1 OH.  

Ohio Marriages:  Benton BARKHAMER applied for marriage to Rosa HARVY on 27 Dec 1859 at Franklin, Summit Co OH.  

1860 Census, Summit County, Franklin Township page 154  [This township is next to Chippewa Twp Wayne co]
John BARKHAMER, age 75 PA, farmer;  Doratha, age 52 PA;  Benton BARKHAMER, age 20 OH, farm laborer; Rosa, age 17 OH; George, age 16 OH, farm laborer;  Aaron, age 9 OH.  [This age does not coincide closely with the age on the roster.]  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Benton Barkhamer's residence as Chippewa.  

[About Benton's parents:  On page 964-5 of The History of Summit County Ohio by Perrin (1887) there is a biography of John C. Baughman of Norton Township.  He married on 29 July 1849 Elizabeth Barkhamer, daughter of John and Dorothy (Flickinger) Barkhamer, natives of Pennsylvania, the father settling in Franklin Township about 1815.]

1870 census, Doylestown, Chippewa Township, Wayne co OH, page 101:  Benton BARKHAMER, age 30 OH, blacksmith;   Rose, age 27 PA; a girl Acie (or Axie) Corina, age 4 OH.  Also living there were Eber HARVEY (17 OH) a moulder, and Thomas RILEY (19 OH) working in the reaper shop.
[A moulder was a person who shaped sand into which molten metal was poured in a foundry.  Definition found in "A to Zax" by Barbara Jean Evans]

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1069, Cuyahoga Falls, Summit Co OH, page 208:  B BARKHEIMER, age 40 OH, blacksmith, parents born PA;  R. , wife, age 37 PA, father born ???, mother born PA.  

Wayne County Grave Registration Cards book lists Benton Barkhamer, no address listed, buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Lot 128, block #1, grave #2,
died 26 Mar 1887 and was born in 1840.   So from this and the census records, it would seem that the age in the Roster book at the top of this section is not correct. He was probably only about 22 when he enrolled in 1862.
  
Brother Aaron's
Death record in Ohio:  File # 26712, Aaron BARKHAMER died on 1 Apr 1928 at Citizens Hospital, Barberton, Summit Co OH.  Residence S. Second St.  Single, Harness maker.  Born 6 June 1851 at Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH.  Father John BARKHAMER, born Washington PA.  Mother Dorthy FLICKINGER, born PA.  Burial Grill Cem.  Informant Perry WALL? of Barberton OH.

Sister, Sarah's
Death record in Ohio:  File #39906, Sarah TAGG died 5 May 1920 at Wayne County Home, Wayne Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.  Born 1836 at Summit Co OH.  Father John BARKHAMER born Washington Co PA.  Mother Dorothy FLICKINGER, born Summit Co OH.  Burial Doylestown OH.  Informant Mrs. Walter WECHT, of Wooster OH.  

BURN, David    22 Aug 1862              BUNN
David, age 22,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
Captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River in Louisiana.  He was mustered out 23 June 1865 at Camp Chase, OH by order of the War Department.

Father:  Jacob BUNN
Mother:  Sarah A. WHALER/
WEHNER
Birth:  23 May 1842,
Ossian, Wells Co IN
Marriage: 1Almira SPRINGER,   11 Oct 1866
2Elizabeth/Lizzie STURGEON[previous marriage]  9 Dec 1894, Adams Co IN
Death:  
30 Aug 1919, Summit Co OH
Cemetery:  Glendale Cem, Akron OH

 Burial at Glendale Cemetery, Akron OH, Section B lot 22.  
David R. BUNN 23 May 1842 -  30 Aug 1919
Almira, 25 Feb 1843 - 1892
Elizabeth F., 8 Jan 1869 - 11 Jan 1948

Pension Index:  David BUNN, G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid 1899 Apr 13, Application 1224717, Certificate 989713, filed in OH.  Widow, Elizabeth BUNN, filed 1919 Sep 26, Application 1146756, Certificate 880741, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  David died 30 Aug 1919 at Akron OH.

History of Summit County Ohio, by William Henry Perrin 1881:  pp. 669 - 670 - BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES:

DAVID BUNN, policeman, Akron, Ohio, a son of Jacob and Sarah A. (Whaler) Bunn, was born in Wells Co., Ind., May 23, 1842, his father having moved to that locality in an early day. Subject worked on a farm, and helped to clear 200 acres of woodland. He went to school, two miles distant, and, at 19, came to Ohio, where he worked for David Gailhouse, of Wayne County, on farm and in coal bank. He enlisted, Aug. 22, 1862. in Co. G, of the 120th O. V. I., and participated in the Trans-Mississippi and Vicksburg campaign, and the Red River expedition. He was captured at Snagg[y]Point, Red River, and imprisoned at Camp Ford for thirteen months ; was at one time sentenced to be shot by the rebels. and taken out for that purpose, but was not executed for some cause. After being inhumanly treated, rendering him an invalid for five years, he was, in 1865, paroled at Camp Ford, and returned to Doylestown, Ohio, and clerked for one year for his old employer, on farm and in coal bank. He was married. October 11, 1866, to Miss Almira Springer, of Doylestown where he lived until 1875. They have three children, two sons and one daughter. Mr. B.,in 1866, engaged in the grocery business, and afterward dealt in dry goods. In 1875, he came to Akron. and opened a boot and shoe store on Howard street for about three years when he closed out and entered the employ of Teeples & Maxim for about one and one-half years. In 1878, he was appointed. by Mayor Scott, policeman for the Fourth Ward, and has been on the force ever since, a faithful and vigilant officer.  He has always been a stanch Republican in politics.

1850 Census, Jefferson, Wells Co IN, Dwelling 75, Family 75:  Jacob BUNN, age 45 PA, farmer; Sarah Ann, age 32 PA; James, age 13 OH; Harriett, age 9 IN; David, age 7 IN; Jenette, age 5 IN; Caroline, age 3 IN; Lewis, age 2 IN.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 309, Jefferson Twp, Wells Co IN, page 895:  Jacob BUNN, age 56 PA, farmer; Sally A, age 43 PA; Harriet, age 19 IN; David, age 18 IN, laborer: Jeannette, age 16 IN; Caroline, age 13 IN; Lewis, age 12 IN; Isabel, age 9 IN; Sabine, age 7 IN; Mary E, age 5 IN; Harrison, age 2 IN.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed David BUNN's residene as Chippewa.  

Discharge Record on microfilm in Wayne County OH, Book 1 page 270:
David Bunn of Company G 120th was born in Wills [Wells] County Indiana. It has his age at enrollment as 23 years.  He was 5' 10½", dark complexion, grey eyes, and light hair.  He was a farmer.  His Oath of Identity was dated 6 Dec 1865 and listed him as living in Doylestown, Wayne, OH.

David Bunn was the 1870 census taker in Chippewa Township, Wayne Co OH.

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1280, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 105:  David BUNN, age 28 IN, dry goods merchant;  Almira, age 30 OH;  Edwin E, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9, Roll 1069, Akron, Summit Co OH, page 453:  David BUNN, age 39, IN, policeman, parents born OH;  Almira, age 39 OH, parents born PA;  Edwin, son, age 12 OH;  Bertha, daughter, age 8 OH;  Willard, son, age  7 OH. 

Indiana Marriages:  David R. BUNN married Lizzie STURGEON, 9 Dec 1894 at Adams Co IN.  [Indiana Marriages:  Lizzie may have been Lizzie E. SILSON who had married William T. STURGEON at Decatur, Adams Co IN on 30 Nov 1887.]

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1324, Copley Twp, Summit Co OH, page 230:  David R BUNN, age 58 IN, born May 1842, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH; Lizzie, wife, age 31 IN, born Jan 1869, married 5 yrs, 3 children/2 still living, father born IN, mother born OH; Russel G, son, age 3 OH, born Jan 1897, parents born IN; Mabel STURGEON, step daughter, age 10 IN, born Aug 1889, father born OH, mother born IN.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1234, Akron Road, Copley Twp, Summit Co OH, page 209:  David R BUNN, age 67 IN, second marriage, married 15 yrs, own income, father born PA, mother born OH; Lizzie E, wife, age 41 IN, second marriage, married 15 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, father born IN, mother born OH; Russell G, son, age 13 OH, parents born IN; David B, son, age 2 OH, parents born IN.  

Ohio Death Index site lists: David R. Bunn, died in Summit co OH, 30 Aug 1919.  

Death record in Ohio:  File #50582, David R BUNN, of Copley Road, died 30 Aug 1919 at Copley Twp, Summit Co OH.  Married. Retired.  Born 23 May 1842 at Ossian Indiana.  Parents Jacob BUNN and Sarah WEHNER, born PA.  Burial Glendale Cem. [Note: Akron, Summit Co OH]  Informant Russell G BUNN, of RFD #29, Copley OH.  

1920 Census, N. Campus St., Hiram Village, Hiram Twp, Portage Co OH, Dwelling 97, Family 111:  Elizabeth BUNN, age 50 IN, widow, parents born IN; Russell, son, age 22 OH, single, parents born IN, no occupation; David, son, age 11 OH, parents born IN, no occupation.

CLOUSE, George W.*   18 Oct 1862
George, age 34,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
George died 19 Feb 1863 at Young's Point Louisiana. The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists George W. Clouse as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1828>
Marriage:  

Death:   19 Feb 1863, Young's Point LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS  [Not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Geo W. CLOUSE, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf, died 19 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause:  typho mal fever.

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Have not found on Pension Index.

 Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Geo. McCLOUSE's residence as Bucyrus. [Crawford county]

 

COOPER, Henry A.    9 Oct 1862     H. A. COOPER
Henry, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
Henry was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.   [Also, Co D 114th OH Inf]

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1842>
Marriage:  

Death:  
Cemetery:

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed H. A. Cooper's residence as East Union.  

I can't find this soldier on any records such as pension, headstone, etc. that would help me identify him in any way.

COOPER, Henry F.  15 Aug 1862                                                                                                  
Henry, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Sergeant.
Henry was appointed Corporal 20 Mar 1863 and Sergeant on 1 Jan 1864.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point, on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father:  Henry A. COOPER
Mother:  Catherine MEECH
Birth:  <1844> Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   Rachel A. BRUCE
Death:   7 July 1885, Akron, Summit Co OH
Cemetery: Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit Co OH

 

Burial Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit County OH, Section O, lot 34.   His stone is barely readable, but we lucked out and found it.  H. F. COOPER, Co G 120th Ohio Inf.  Not very many GAR flag holders are left in this cemetery.  

Pension Index:  Henry F COOPER, D 114th and G 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 1883 Oct 1,Application 496.732; no Certificate #,   in OH.  Widow, Rachel M RIPEOGLE, 1908 Oct 12, Application 905.956; no Certificate#,   in OH.  

Contributed by Tom Cooper, a Cooper family researcher

Henry F. "Harry" Cooper was born about 1844 in Doylestown, Wayne County Ohio, the son of Henry A. and Catherine Meech Cooper.  His early life was spent in Doylestown where his father was a blacksmith and also served in the capacity of justice of the peace and attorney.  Henry F. was the third child in the family.  He had two older siblings: Eunice born 1839 and James born 1842. His three younger siblings were: Charity P. born 1846, sister Wealthea "Wella" born 1854, and Howard W. born 1849. All the siblings were born in Doylestown.

1850 Census, Chippewa, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 103, Family 104:  Henry COOPER, age 35 VT, blacksmith; Cath, age 33 OH; Jonas, age 12 OH; James, age 8 OH; Henry, age 6 OH; Charity, age 3 OH; Howard, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 20, Family 21: Henry COOPER, age 44 VT, blacksmith; Catherine, age 40 OH; James, age 17 OH; Henry F, age 16 OH; Charity F., age 12 OH; Howard, age 10 OH; Weltha A, age 6 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed H. F. Cooper's residence as Chippewa.  

Henry F., a young man of 18 (described as still being a schoolboy when he enlisted on his pension application), enlisted at Doylestown and mustered in as a Private.  During his service he was promoted to Corporal and then Sergeant.  He was taken prisoner on the Red River at Snaggy Point, Louisiana on May 3rd 1864, his regiment being in action on the transport "City Belle".  Henry was marched from where he was taken prisoner to Camp Ford in Tyler, Texas.  After reaching the camp he was transferred to Co. D of the 114th Ohio Volunteers until April 30th 1865.  There he was held until May 27th 1865.  In an affidavit filed with his pension request it states the following about his experience at Camp Ford..."during imprisonment - was exposed to the weather and had little or no medical care, scarcely any clothing - took sick and continued worse and better at times until released."

When released from Camp Ford, Henry reported to Benton Barracks in Mississippi on June 12, 1865.  From there he was sent to Camp Chase Ohio where he arrived June 20 1865 and was mustered out on 7 July 1865 as a Sergeant.

Henry returned to Doylestown after the War.  He married there on August 15th 1869 to Rachael A. Bruce. They were married by his father, Henry A., Justice of the Peace. 

1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 98, Family 117:  Henry F COOPER, age 25 OH, laborer in machine ship; Rachel, age 25 PA; Clyde, age 2 months OH, born Apr 1869. [Ohio Births:  Clyde COOPER, born 24 Mar 1869 to Henry COOPER and Rachel.]

Henry worked as did his father before him as a blacksmith throughout his life. Their first child, Clyde, was born in 1870 at Doylestown and was followed by Harry L. in 1876.  Sometime after that the family moved to Hennepin County, Minnetonka, Minnesota.  There in 1878 daughter Florence F. joined the family.  In the 1880 Hennepin County census Henry was listed as a self employed blacksmith. 

1880  Census, Minnetonka village, Hennepin Co, Minnesota, Dwelling 99, Family 102:  Henry F COOPER, age 34 OH, blacksmith, father born VT, mother born ???; Rachell N?, age 37 PA, wife, father born TN, mother born TN; Clyde, son, age 10 OH; Harry L, son, age 4 OH; Florence E, daughter, age 2 MN. [Ohio Births:  Harry Lehi COOPER born 2 Aug 1875, Wayne OH to Henry F. COOPER and Rachael Anna BRUCE.]

By October of 1883 Henry and family had moved back to Wayne County Ohio living in Dalton and in June of 1884 was living in Orrville Ohio. 

Henry was described in his application for pension physical as 5 foot 4 inches 135 lbs, dark hair, dark complexion and dark eyes.  Suffering from poor health he made application for pension and was denied.  To which he sent this note that indicated his displeasure with the decision to Commissioner William Dudley:

November 1883 Dalton Ohio
Mr. Dudley
If you think with the Government that I am not entitled to a pension, why do you not grant - if you think that a boy can be penned up 12 months and 24 days and come out a sound man  -  I have not more to say  -  and the Rebs must have been kind, their prisons a heaven.
yours
Henry F. Cooper

Less than two years later on the 7th of July 1885, Henry was killed in Akron, Ohio.

From the Dalton Ohio Gazette 15 July 1885
KILLED BY THE CARS
Henry F. Cooper of Akron, son of Henry Cooper Esq. of this place was killed by a train on the P. and W. Railroad at Akron Tuesday evening last.  From his father we learn these sad particulars of the sad accident.  Henry was walking along the track near the Buckeye Shops when the Engine struck him.  He was thrown fully 20 feet in the air and struck the ground with his head and shoulders breaking his neck.  There were no cuts or bruises on his body and nothing to show that he had met a violent death. Physicians were summoned but he was dead when picked up.  He was a member of the 120th Regiment and during the War served as an orderly sergeant of his company.  He leaves a wife and three children.  Mr. Cooper informs us the railroad company has been sued for damages and it can be readily proven that the train at the time it struck his son was running at a rate of 30 miles an hour, contrary to the law.  The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

From the Wayne County Jacksonian, Wooster Ohio 16 July 1885
Henry F. cooper who was killed by the cars at Akron last week was a son of Henry Cooper Esq. of Dalton and was a former resident of that place.

Henry was buried in Glendale Cemetery, Akron Ohio. 

His wife Rachael remarried on 12 May 1888 to Nicolas J. Replogle who died March 17, 1906.  Rachael applied for a pension for Henry's service in 1908 and this request was also denied due to the fact that she had remarried. 

[Contributor Tom Cooper has no further information at this time about the children and descendants of Henry and Rachael.]

Sons of Union Veterans: Henry F COOPER, born 1840, died 1885.  Burial Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit County OH.  


 

CUDDY, William    19 Aug 1862      CUDDIE
William, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a Private.   He transferred to Co K, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

"List of Casualities...while on bourd the Steamer 'City Belle' near 'Snaggy Point' La, May 3d 1864...."  Private Wm. CUDDY, missing, condition not known. [From the records of the Ohio Adjutant General, available at the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH. NOTE: According to Grandpa's Gone...The Adventures of Daniel Buchwalter in the Western Army, 1862-1865, by Jerry Frey, p. 101, Sergeant Harvey H. Galehouse and Pvt. William F. Cuddy escaped from Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas, on 20 Aug 1864 and made it back to Union lines. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Father:
Mother:  
Birth: <1843>
Marriage:  

Death:  
Cemetery:

 

I can't find this soldier on any records such as pension, headstone, etc. that would help me identify him in any way.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Wm Cuddy's residence as Wooster.  But I can't find him there in 1860 Census.  

Could this be the same man?  There was Musician/Drummer, William Cuddy/Cuddie, in Co C, 14th OH Inf. from 27 Apr 1861 to 13 Aug 1861.  Age at enlistment 18.  Born abt 1843.  Mustered out at Toledo, OH.   There is a man by that name up in Lucas county.  

DAGUE, Cyrus C.*   23 Aug 1862               Cyrus Coe DAGUE DAGUE                                                                           
Cyrus, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.  Cyrus died 5 Aug 1863 at Vicksburg, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Cyrus C. Dague as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss in section L, grave 570.  [ old numbering system for the cemetery] 

Father:  Gabriel DAGUE
Mother:  Rachel HOWE
Birth: 1 May 1839 PA
Marriage:  

Death:   5 Aug 1863, Vicksburg MS
Cemetery:
Vicksburg National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Warren Co., Mississippi, plot L 6615
Photo Credit:  William Sanders at Find a Grave
Burial at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Warren Co., Mississippi, plot L 6615:
C.C. Dague, died 5 Aug 1863, Pvt., Civil War, Co. G 120th OVI  Information at Find a Grave:  Cyrus Coe DAGUE, born 1 May 1839 PA.  

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Cyrus DAGUE, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf, died 5 Aug 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: typho mal fever.

Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: running number 2513, Cyrus C DAGUE, Private, Co G 120th OVInf., died 5 Aug 1863.   Vicksburg old number L 570.  
20 March 1868 on sheet: Original burial:  "One mile south of the southern boundary line of the corporation of Vicksburg.  Commencing at the point where the Warrenton Road (which is know as Washington street as it passes through Vicksburg) crosses the Vicksburg and Meridian Rail Road on the place known as Readings home place and one half mile south west of his (Mr. Readings) residence at the foot of the bluff in the bottom in rows of graves running north and south heads of the bodies towards the west."

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:   C. C. DAGUE [Codugue], Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Died 5 Aug 1863.  For original burial see William Edwards.  Dague's burial at Vicksburg Sec L, Grave 6615.   [William Edwards was Pvt Co G 87th IL, no death date given.  Originally buried on Gibb's land on Warrenton Road, 2.5 miles south of Vicksburg.  Vicksburg burial Sec L Grave 6614.]

Not found on Pension Index.
________
Parents and siblings of Cyrus:   
Commemorative Biographical Record of Wayne County Ohio page 189-99
Gabriel Dague [wife Rachel Howe...History of Medina County and Ohio 1881 by Baskin and Battey page 708] came to Milton Township, Wayne co Ohio in 1820.  He resided there until 1843 when he moved to Chippewa Township and then in 1849 he moved to Wadsworth which is located in Medina county.  His children were Archibald, Michael, Joseph, Elizabeth, Gabriel, Andrew Hiram, Ephraim, Samuel and Cyrus. It states that Cyrus "died in the service of the United States, at Vicksburg, Miss. during the War of the Rebellion." 

So was Cyrus a cousin  of Gabriel and Thomas J. of this Company G?

1850 Census, Wadsworth, Medina, OH, Dwelling 14, Family 15:  Gabriel DAGUE, age 60 PA, FARMER; Rachel, age 55 PA; Hiram, age 20 PA, laborer; Ephraim, age 18 PA,  laborer; Samuel, age 15 PA,  laborer; Cyrus, age 11 PA.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1007, Wadsworth Twp, Medina Co OH, page 11:  Gabriel DAGE, age 69 PA, farmer;  Rachael, wife, age 64 PA; Ephraim, age 26 OH, farm hand; Gabriel L. age 31 OH, sadler.  [Note: So where is Cyrus?]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Cyrus C. Dague's residence as Western Star.  [ Western Star is in Summit County OH, east of Wadsworth where S. Medina Line Rd meets Broad St/Greenwich Rd.  west of rt 21 and south of rt 224.  
 

DAGUE, Gabriel C.    9 Oct 1862                                                                                                          
Gabriel , age 21,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
Gabriel was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father:  Michael D. DAGUE
Mother:  Elizabeth McELHENIE
Birth: 14 Jan 1841, Rittman, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   1Jennie HARKINS, 9 Nov 1865, Wayne Co OH.   She died 1868.  
2Mary A BROWN, 30 Dec 1869, Summit Co OH
Death:   19 Apr 1935, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery: Chestnut Hill Cem, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH

Gabriel C. Dague is buried in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, 1841-1935.  [Grave registration card: Lot #9, block #5, grave #2]
Mary A DAGUE is buried beside him.  1845-1930.  He is buried near Michael and Elizabeth DAGUE and Jennie H DAGUE.

Pension Card:  Gabriel C. DAGUE, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 29 Dec 1879.  I can't find this on Ancestry or on Family search but found the certificate number in another source below.

Another Pension record:  Gabriel C. DAGUE, Co G 120 OH Inf, dated 15 Apr 1907.  Available at fold3.com but I am no a member.

United States, Veterans A... Payment Cards, 1907-1933:  Gabriel C. DAGUE Pvt, Co G 120 OVI.  Certificate number 256775.  

Some files listed with name HOGUE.


The Akron and Summit County Ohio 1825-1928 Biographical, Volume II, 1928
Page 250 states that James W. Dague had two older brothers in the Civil War.....Gabriel and Thomas J.  It verifies that this Thomas J was the man who became a Presbyterian clergyman and was holding that position in Doylestown until he died in 1917.  Their parents were Michael Dague and Elizabeth King McElhenie who had a general merchandise business store in Western Star (Summit county) and then a business in Doylestown.
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History of Wayne County Ohio published in 1910 by B.E. Bowen and Company
Gabriel C Dague
The life of Gabriel C.Dague has always been one of unceasing industry and perseverance and the systematic and honorable methods he has followed have won him the unbounded confidence of his fellow men. He was born in Chippewa township, Wayne county, Ohio, January 14, 1841, the son of M. D. and Elizabeth K. (McElhaine) Dague. Both were born near Beverly, Pennsylvania, and each came to Chippewa township about 1820 with their parents, and here amid the primitive conditions of those early days they grew to maturity. M.D. Dague was educated in the early schools of Chippewa township, working on the home farm in the meantime. He naturally turned his attention to agricultural pursuits, which he followed until 1868, in which year he entered the general mercantile business in Western Star, Ohio, which lies partly in Medina and partly in Summit county. He continued in that line for five years and then sold out to his two sons, William Carman and Gabriel `C., the latter the subject of this sketch. These two sons and their father, also Samuel Duley, the father-in-law of William Carman Dague, then started a store in Doylestown, Ohio, in which they successfully handled dry goods, groceries and notions. During this time M. D. Dague again became part owner of his sons' stores at Western Star and Doylestown. Ten years after he entered business in Doylestown he retired and lived a quiet life until his death, at eighty-five years of age, living in Doylestown, merely looking after his agricultural interests in a general way. He was a very successful business man and was popular with all classes owing to his honesty and friendliness. For further facts regarding the ancestry of the subject, the reader is directed to the sketch of T. J. Dague on another page of this work. Gabriel C. Dague received his educational training in the common schools at the various places he lived when a boy and at the Western Star Academy. In September, 1862, soon after completing his education, he enlisted in the Union Army, but he was not admitted to the service until October 9th of that year. He was a member of Company G. One Hundred and Twentieth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and served with that company until May 3, 1864, in a manner that stamped him as a gallant soldier. He was taken prisoner at Shagy Point [Snaggy Point], Louisiana, on the Red river, and he was sent to Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas, where he was held until May 27, 1865. He fought at Chickasaw Bluffs, at the siege of Vicksburg, Arkansas Post, after which he returned to Vicksburg and remained there from July 4, 1863, until the city surrendered a month later. He then went with his company to New Orleans and spent the winter at Plaquemine, Louisiana. After his release he weighed but eighty pounds. He returned to his father's farm and assisted with the work on the home place for eight years, then farmed for himself for four years, at the end of which time he purchased a half interest in his father's store at Western Star, as already indicated. Then for a period of thirty-two years he followed in a most successful manner merchandising at Western Star, Doylestown and Akron, Ohio, twenty years being spent at Western Star and twelve years at the last mentioned places; however, he was interested in all three most of the time. He seemed to take naturally to merchandising and his stores enjoyed a very liberal patronage. In 1904 he sold out his last interest and has since lived a retired life at his beautiful home in Doylestown, surrounded by plenty as the fruits of his earlier years of labor. Mr. Dague was
married in November 1865, to Jennie H. Harkins, of Wooster, who passed away in 1868, and on December 30, 1869, Mr. Dague again married his last wife being Mary A Brown, a native of Stark county, Ohio, and to this union four children were born, namely; Bertha, who married Harry Baughman, is the mother of two children, Bessie and Ralph; Harmon H. married Minnie Seiberling, and they are the parents of three children, Ethel, Florence and Roy. Carman W. and Raymond Dague are both deceased. Politically, Mr. Dague adheres to the tenets of the Democratic party. He has been school director in Doylestown, Western Star, also treasurer of the school board at Western Star. He was also postmaster at that place for fifteen years. He has always been interested in the progress of his county, politically, morally, educationally or materially, and he has an extensive acquaintance throughout this locality, bearing a reputation of honesty and industry alike. ______________________________
 

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1850 Census, Wadsworth, Medina Co OH, Dwelling 3, Family 4:  M. D. DAGUE, age 32 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 30 PA; Gabriel C, age 9 OH; Thomas J, age 6 OH; Rebecca J, age 4 OH; Wm C., age 7 months OH; Jane SMITH, age 20 PA; Wm, A. DAGUE, age 23 OH.

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1039, Norton Twp, Summit Co OH, page 64:  Michael DAGUE, age 44 PA, farmer;  Elizabeth, age 39 PA;  Gabrel, age 19 OH; Alice, age 16 OH [must be Thomas]; Rebecca J, age 12 OH;  Hiram, age 10 OH; James W, age 5 OH;  Joseph M, age 2 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed G. C. Dague's residence as Western Star.  [ Western Star is in Summit County OH, east of Wadsworth where S. Medina Line Rd meets Broad St/Greenwich Rd.  west of rt 21 and south of rt 224.  

Ohio Marriages:  Gabriel C. DAGUE married Jane H. HASKINS, 9 Nov 1865, Wayne Co OH.  aka Jennie HARKINS.   Jennie died 1868. Buried Chestnut Hill Cem.  1841 - 1868  

Ohio Marriages:  Gabriel C. DAGUE married Mary A. BROWN, 30 Dec 1869, Stark Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1270, Norton Twp, Summit Co OH, page 341:  Gabriel DAGUE, age 29 OH, farmer; Mary, age 21 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1069, village of Western Star, Norton Twp, Summit Co OH, page 333:  Gabriel C DAGUE, age 39 OH, store keeper, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 32 OH,  parents born OH;  Bertha, daughter, age 10 OH; Harmon, son, age 6 OH; Melvin, brother, age 22 OH; Allen NICE, boarder, age 19 OH, clerk and temaster, parents born OH; Sarah DEVLIN, servant, age 13 OH, parents born England.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Norton Twp, Summit Co OH:  Line 3, House 24, Family 25:  Gabriel C. DAGUE, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Post Office:  Western Star.  Disability: chronic diarrhoea.  Remarks:  Camp Ford Prison 13 months.

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1331, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 70:  Gabriel C DAGUE, age 59 OH, born Feb 1844, married 31 yrs, dry goods merchant, parents born PA; Mary A, wife, age 31 OH, born May 1848, married 31 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1239, High St, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 76:  Gabriel C DAGUE, age 69 OH, 2nd marriage, married 41 yrs, own income, parents born PA, Column 30 not marked for military service; Mary, wife, age 62 OH, first marriage, married 41 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, parents born OH; Howard H. WILLIAMS, boarder, single, age 31 NY, shipping clerk aluminum fac., father born OH, mother born IA; Robt. S. BLAKE, boarder, single, age 21 WV,  bookkeeper in aluminum fac., parents born WV.  

1920 Census, Series T625 Roll 1448, High St, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 77:  Gaberel DAIGUE, age 79 OH, retired, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 72 OH, parents born OH.  

Daily Record, 20 Ap 1935, page 6 states that Gabriel Dague was aged 95 years, 3 months and 5 days when he died the previous Friday. He had been living on High street in Doylestown.  He was born in Rittman.  He was to be buried in Chestnut Hill cemetery.  He was survived by son Harman of Doylestown and daughter Mrs. H. W. Baughman of Akron.  He also had 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren at the time of his death

 Death record in Ohio:  File # 27496, Gabriel C DAGUE, who served in the military, died 19 Apr 1935 at High St, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  Widowed.  Retired merchant.  Born 14 Jan 1841 at Rittman, Wayne Co OH.  Father Michael D. DAGUE.  Mother Elizabeth McELHENIE.  Burial Chestnut Hill, Doylestown OH.  Informant H. M. DAGUE, of Doylestown.  

2nd Wife's Death record in Ohio:  fILE #12898, Mary A DAGUE, of High St, died 2 Feb 1930 at Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, OH.  Married to G. C. DAGUE.  Born 23 May 1848 at Hartville, Stark Co [OH].  Parents Feon BROWN and Elisabeth BYRER.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Informant G. C. DAGUE of Doylestown OH.  

DAGUE, Thomas J.    22 Aug 1862          Thomas Jefferson DAGUE
Thomas, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
He transferred to Co. K, 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father:  Michael D. DAGUE
Mother:  
Elizabeth K. McELHEIM
Birth:  1 Dec 1843, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  
Martha Josephine REID, 26 Dec 1872
Death:   15 Nov 1917, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Chestnut Hill Cem, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH

Rev. Thomas J. Dague is buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery in Doylestown, Chippewa Twp. Wayne Co. OH
Dates 1843 - 1918 But it appears that the stone is wrong.  The Death Certificate says he died 15 Nov 1917.  He was born 1 Dec 1843.
His wife, Josie [Martha Josephine], born 6 Apr 1848, died 29 Oct 1913

 Pension Card:  Thomas J. DAGUE, Co G 120th OH Inf., Co E 48th OH Inf, Co K 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 17 May 1895, Application 1166960, Certificate 942920, filed in OH.  Thomas died 15 Nov 1917 at Doylestown OH.  

From the History of Medina County and Ohio, 1881 by Baskin and Battey pp. 707-709
[abridged by the webmaster]
Thomas Jefferson Dague
His paternal great grandfather Dague/Deg was born at sea while his parents were on route from Germany to America.
His paternal grandfather, Gabriel Dague/Dage/ was among the first to settle in Milton Twp, Wayne county OH along with his brothers Michael and Frederick and other relatives all coming from Washington Co. PA.  Gabriel's wife was Rachel Howe. [Gabriel Dague age 80 years, 9 months is buried in Chestnut Hill cemetery in Doylestown.  Died 22 Jan 1872.]
His maternal grandparents, Thomas D'Armon McElheim [Scottish descent] and Margaret Aiken [Irish descent] came to Chippewa Twp.Wayne Co OH from Center County PA.
His parents: M.D. and Elizabeth K. (McELHEIM) DAGUE  [An article in the Commemorative Biographical Record of WayneCounty Ohio (1889) has Elizabeth's maiden name as McElhenie. This list of children are Thomas J., Rebecca J., William C., James W., and Joseph M.   Note: why was son Gabriel left off the list? ]

Thomas Jefferson Dague, the second son of M. D. and Elizabeth K (McElheim) Dague,  was born 1 Dec 1843 in Chippewa Township, Wayne Co., Ohio, on what is known as the Slagle farm.  The family moved later to the Agard farm, about two and one-half miles northeast of Wadsworth Village and then to the old Griswold farm in Norton, Summit Co., Ohio near Western Star [Medina County].  Thomas lived there until he was 18.  He taught school for a short time in Arlington, Hancock Co Ohio and then enlisted in Company G [with his brother and uncle up in Wayne county].  He was taken severely ill at Camp Mansfield, and was allowed to return home on furlough, where he remained for months, just on the verge between life and death.  In July 1863 he rejoined the regiment in the rear of Vicksburg, arriving just the day before the surrender.  From this time on, he served in the ranks, participating in the battles at Jackson, Miss., Snaggy Point, LA., and Blakely, Ala.  He was one of those on board the ill-fated steamer City Belle [at Snaggy Point], but was fortunate enough to make good his escape.  He was then transferred to the 104th OVI and afterward to the 48th OVVI.  During the whole of his army life, his fondness for books and study never left him, and even on the most tiresome marches there was found a place in his knapsack for his favorite books. He was also a regular correspondent of the press. 

He was engaged in business in the South until the fall of 1866, when ill-health obliged him to return North.  He taught school and then opened a private academy in Doylestown [Wayne County, OH].  But in 1869 he closed this school and in 1873 completed his Bachelor and Master of Arts at Miami University [Ohio].  He had been married to Martha Josephine Reid on the preceding 26th of December. Martha was the daughter of the late Andrew Reid, Esq., and Sarah C. Kelso, of Rockbridge, VA.

In 1876 Thomas Dague organized a prep school in Chillicothe Ohio where he also wrote for the Scioto Gazette
In 1879 he moved the school to Wadsworth to a building purchased by his father.

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1850 Census, Wadsworth, Medina Co OH, Dwelling 3, Family 4:  M. D. DAGUE, age 32 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 30 PA; Gabriel C, age 9 OH; Thomas J, age 6 OH; Rebecca J, age 4 OH; Wm C., age 7 months OH; Jane SMITH, age 20 PA; Wm, A. DAGUE, age 23 OH.  

Where was Thomas in 1860???  He would have been 16, but I haven't located him.
1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1039, Norton Twp, Summit Co OH, page 64:  Michael DAGUE, age 44 PA, farmer;  Elizabeth, age 39 PA;  Gabrel, age 19 OH; Alice, age 16 OH [Note: this must be Thomas]; Rebecca J, age 12 OH;  Hiram, age 10 OH; James W, age 5 OH;  Joseph M, age 2 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Thomas J. Dague's residence as Western Star.  [ Western Star is in Summit County OH, east of Wadsworth where S. Medina Line Rd meets Broad St/Greenwich Rd.  west of rt 21 and south of rt 224.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1177, Miami University Dormitories, Oxford, Oxford Twp, Butler Co OH, page 367:  Thomas J DAGUE, age 26 OH, student.

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1047, Wadsworth, Medina Co OH, page 428:  Thomas DAGUE, age 36 OH, proprietor Dagues Institute, parents born PA; Martha J, wife, age 31 VA, teacher, parents born VA;  Isabella DOWDY, black, servant, married, age 30 VA, housekeeper, parents born VA; Mary L DOWDY, black, age 4 VA, boarder, father born OH, mother born VA; Alice F REID, boarder, single, age 17 VA, student, parents born VA; Emily NOYES, boarder, single, age 34 OH, teacher, father born NH, mother born MA; John W PEIRCE, boarder, single, age 22 OH, student, no birthplaces for parents; Albert M BAUM, boarder, single, age 21 PA, student, no birth places for parents; Mary E STOAKES, boarder, single, age 18 OH, student, father born NH, mother born MA; Ernst MUELLER, boarder, single, age 51 Baden, teacher, parents born Baden.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Delphos, Allen Co OH:  Line 32, House 116, Family 116:  Thomas J. DAGUE, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Post Office, Delphos, Allen Co OH.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1331, High St, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 70:  Thos J DAGUE, age 56 OH, born Dec 1843, married 27 yrs, minister, parents born PA;  Martha, wife, age 50 VA, born Apr 1850, 0 children, parents born VA;  Michael, father, age 85 PA, born Apr 1815, retired, parents born PA;  Alice REED, servant, age 37 VA, single, born Aug 1862, house keeper, parents born VA.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1239, Church St, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 78:   Thomas J. DAGUE, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 37 yrs, farmer on home farm, parents born PA, Column 30 marked UA for military service;  Martha, wife, age 63 VA, first marriage, married 37 yrs, 0 children, parents born VA; Alice REED, companion, age 46 VA, single, parents born VA.  

Death record in Ohio:  File #74295, Rev T. J. DAGUE died 15 Nov 1917 at Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  Widower.  Minister.  Born 1 Dec 1843 in OH,  Father M. C. DAGUE, born PA.  Mother Elizabeth McELHENIE, born PA.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Informant G. C. DAGUE of Doylestown OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File #61130, Martha Josephine DAGUE died 29 Oct 1913 at Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Born 6 Apr 1848 in VA.  Parents Andrew REID and Sarah KELSO.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Informant Thos. J DAGUE, of Doylestown OH.  

DETRICK, George   22 Jan 1864
George, age 17,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father:  Jacob DETRICK
Mother:  
Catherine Amanda GARRISON
Birth:
18 July 1848, Curwensville, Clearfield Co PA
Marriage:  
Iantha Jane RUSSELL 10 Feb 1871 at Mercer Co IL
Death:   24 Oct 1916, Stronghurst Twp, Henderson Co IL
Cemetery:
Olena, Henderson Co IL

Stone Photo
Geo. W. 1848 - 1923, Iantha J., 1848 - 1923.  Photo Credit:  Angela Schisler at
Find a Grave.  

Illinois State Death Records:   
George W
DETRICK died 24 Oct 1916 at Stronghurst Twp, Henderson Co IL.  
Jantha J DETRICK died 16 July 1923 at Stronghurst, Henderson Co IL.

Pension Index:  George W DETRICK, G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid 1880 May 21, Application 369901, Certificate 459307.  Widow, Iantha J DETRICK, filed 1916 Dec 13, Application 1088820, Certificate 881498, filed in IL.  George died 23 Oct 1916 at Stronghurst IL.  Note: George HORTON, Co C 112th IL Inf.  The widow must have remarried.  

Not found in draft record.
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From Detrick researcher at hillendj@earthlink.net
George Detrick was born in Curwensville, Clearfield Co. PA on 18 July 1848.  His father was Jacob, also of Company G. George worked for his father until he enlisted in 1864. After the war he resumed working for his father until 1869 when he moved to Kane C. IL and worked for his brother for two years.  He went into business then for himself and on 10 Feb 1871 married Iantha Jane (Jenny) Russell in Mercer County IL.  They resided in Stronghurst Twp, Henderson Co IL.  George died 24 Oct 1916 and is buried in Olena, Henderson Co.  His children were: W. M., Mabel C. (Saylor), Roscoe C., Walter C., Harry M., Ida E., Myrtle A (Evans), and Maud A. (Johnson).
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1850 Census, Pike Twp, Clearfield Co PA, Dwelling 23, Family 23:   Jacob DETRICK, age 31 PA, blacksmith; Catherine A, age 27 PA; John, age 5 PA; George, age 3 PA; Henry J, age 2 months PA.

1860 Census, West Field Twp, Medina County OH, page 56:  Jacob DETRICK [see soldier Jacob below], age 40 PA, blacksmith; John, age 15 PA; Geo, age 14 PA; Sarah, age 4 PA; Jas, age 2 PA, Mary, age 23 OH.

1870 Census, have not found.  

Illinois State Marriage Records:  George DETRICK married Iantha Jane RUSSELL 10 Feb 1871 at Mercer Co IL.  

1880 Census, Village of Olena, Henderson County, IL, page 71:  George DETERICK, age 31 PA, blacksmith, parents born PA;  Jennie, wife, age 31 MI, father born NY, mother born CT; Wilbert, son, age 7 IL; Mabel, daughter, age 5 IL; Rosco, son, age 3 IL; Walter, son, age 1 IL.

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

1900 Census, Olena Pct, Henderson Co IL, page 168:  George DETRICK, age 52 PA, born July 1847, married 30 yrs, father born PA, mother born VA, farmer; Iantha J, wife, age 51 MI, born Sep 1848, married 30 yrs, 8 children/7 still living, father born NY, mother born CT; Rosco C, son, age 22 IL, born Mar 1878, single, farm laborer; Maude A, daughter, age 14 IL, born July 1886.

1910 Census, Stronghurst Twp, Henderson County IL, page 274:  George W DETRICK, age 61 PA, first marriage, married 39 yrs, blacksmith has own shop, parents born PA; Iantha J, wife, age 61 MI, first marriage, married 39 yrs, 12 children/7 still living; father born NY, mother born CT; Harry, son, age 21 IL, single, farm laborer. [Column 30 is marked with UA for military service.]  [Rosco is living near by with his family.]

[Ohio Veterans Graves Registration site] There is a grave site listed for George W. Diedrich of Co G 120th OVI  in Stark Co, OH.  Why would there be a stone in Stark County for this soldier?

DETRICK, Jacob    13 Aug 1862                                        dietrich
Jacob, age 45,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
He transferred to Co K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 5 June 1865 at New Orleans, LA, by order of  War Dept.  

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1819> PA
Marriage:   1
Catherine Amanda GARRISON, early 1840s  PA, died 10 Jan 1860
2
Polly TINSLER, 3 June 1860
Death:   22 Sept 1895
Cemetery: Friendsville Cemetery, Westfield Center, Medina Co OH

Pension for Jacob Detrick of Company G 120th and K 114th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 18 Oct 1875, Application 209409, Certificate 306597.  Widow, Polly DETRICK, filed 21 Oct 1895, Application 622339, Certificate 425330, filed in OH
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From Detrick researcher at hillendj@comcast.net
Jacob enlisted at Chippewa Township. His pension papers say that he was ill and in the Marine USA General Hospital from 24 Jan 1865 until he mustered out.
Jacob Detrick  married Catherine Amanda Garrison in the early 1840s.  Born to them were John G.(of Akron OH) and George, both also of this Company G, Henry J. and Sara Thompson (of Red Oak, Iowa).  They were born in PA.  The family is in the 1850 census in Clearfield Co PA (before Sara's birth.)  In 1859 Jacob moved to the Westfield area of Medina County OH.  It was called Le Roy then.  Catherine Amanda died in 1860Find a Grave: Catherine A DETRICK, wife of Jacob, is buried at Friendsville Cem, Westfield Center, Medina Co OH.  She was age 35 y 3 m 20dys. She died 10 Jan 1860.  He married Polly Tinsler on 3 June 1860. 

From his pension record:  Jacob was wounded during the war in his leg.  Jacob died 22 Sep 1895 and is buried in Friendsville Cemetery.  [Medina County: Friendsville is west of Westfield Center, straight west through Westfield Center on the road going to Lodi.  His first wife is buried there.]
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1850 Census, Pike Twp, Clearfield Co PA, Dwelling 23, Family 23:   Jacob DETRICK, age 31 PA, blacksmith; Catherine A, age 27 PA; John, age 5 PA; George, age 3 PA; Henry J, age 2 months PA.  

Catherine died 1860 in LeRoy, Madison Co, OH.   [Hillend Tree at Ancestry.com]

Ohio Marriages:  Jacob DETRICK married Polly TINSLUR on 3 June 1860 in Wayne Co OH.  
[Note:  
Daughter's Death Record:  File # 40582, Margaret HOOK, of 500 High St, died 1 July 1922 at Barberton, Summit Co OH.  Widow.  Born 11 Aug 1860 at Seville, OH.  Parents Jacob DEITRICH and Polly CINCOX, born PA.  Burial Easton OH.  Informant Mrs. Myrtle HARRIS of 500 High St.  Easton Cemetery is on route 585 in Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH] [Note: the 1900 census has Margaret's birth as July 1861.]

1860 Census, West Field Twp, Medina County OH, page 56, census taken 23 June 1860:  Jacob DETRICK, age 40 PA, blacksmith; John, age 15 PA; Geo, age 14 PA[see soldier George above]; Sarah, age 4 PA; Jas, age 2 PA, Mary, age 23 OH.  

It could be that Mary [Polly] was listed with her new husband and with her parents in 1860.
1860 Census Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 386
This household was visited on 26 June 1860.  So this may or may not be the Polly that Jacob married.
James Tinsler age 62, a farmer born in New York
Nancy, age 64, born in PA
Polly, age 23, born in OH
[Note:  Polly is also listed with James and Nancy in 1850.]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Jacob Detrick's residence as Chippewa.  

1870 Census, Chippewa, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 184, Family 192:  Jacob DETRICK, age 58, PA, blacksmith; Mary, age 35 OH; Margaret, age 8 OH; Nancy J, age 4 OH; Valandigham, age 2 OH; Elizabeth, age 1 OH.  

1880 Census, Guilford Twp, Seville, Medina Co, OH, Dwelling 397, Family 424:  Jacob DETRICK, age 60 PA, blacksmith, parents born PA; Mary, age 35 OH, father born NY, mother born Ireland; Clement L, age 11 OH, Emma E, age 10 OH; Mary R, age 8 OH; William H, age 7 OH; Josephine, age 3 OH.  [ Notes:  His age is off by a couple of years and so is Polly's!!way off!! Polly was a common nickname for Mary. Jacob was in business in Medina County until he died in 1895.]

1890 Veterans Schedules: page 2 Guilford Twp, Medina, OH, line 21, Jacob DEITRICK, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf, disabilities: wounded left arm, asthma, eyes?. Post Office Seville, Medina Co OH.  
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In the History of Medina County 1948 (by the Medina County Historical Society) page 92: "There was a smithy at the corner east of Seville where Jacob Detrick plied his trade for more than one generation."
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Will of Jacob Detrick from record book of Medina county Ohio recorded on microfilm:
Be it remembered:  That on the 10th day of October A.D. 1895 there was presented in open Court a paper writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Jacob Detrick late of this county, deceased, which said instrument is as follows:
In the name of the Benevolent Father of all
I, Jacob Detrick being of sound mind and memory, do make this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me at any time made.
It is my will in case of my death that my beloved wife Mary Detrick have & hold all of my property both personal and Real during her natural life.
After the death of Mary Detrick my beloved wife what remains of my property to be divided equally among Emma Stone, Josahine [sic] Detrick and Bell Stull her Bell Stall's share to be held in trust for Jacob Reed her son, to be given to him when he is of age.
Jacob Detrick
Signed by him in our presence and Signed by us in his presence and at his request.
E.E. Lee
Jacob B. Overholt 
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Application to Probate Will
In the matter of the Will of Jacob Detrick Deceased.
To the Honorable, the Judge of said Court:
And now comes Mrs. Jennie Cook and produces for admission to Probate in said Court, the Last Will and Testament of Jacob Detrick, late a resident of the township of Guilford in said County, who died on or about 
the 22 day of September A. D. 1895.
Said Testator died leaving Polly Detrick his widow and the following named persons, all of his next of kin.
 

Name

Degree of Kinship

P.O. Address

Polly Detrick

Widow of deceased

Seville, O.

Margaret Hook [Ohio Marriages: Margaret Detrick married Josiah HOOK on 12 Mar 1877, Medina Co OH.

Daughter

Marshallville, O.

Jennie Cook [Ohio Marriages: ??Nancy Jane Detrick married Marion Francis COOK on 26 Oct 1895, Summit Co OH.]

Daughter

105 Halstead st. Akron O.

C.L. Detrick   [note: Clement]

Son

Gibsonburg, Ind.

Emma Stone  [Ohio Marriages: Emma Detrich married Robert D. STONE on 10 Jul 1886, Summit Co OH]

daughter

105 Halstead st. Akron O.

Belle Stoll [Note: Ohio Marriages:  Mary Detrich married Abraham STOLL, 21 Dec 1889, Medina OH.  

daughter

Seville, O.

Wm Detrick

Son

Meredith, Mich.

Frances Detrick [Ohio Birth record:  Francis Joseph DETRICK, son of Jacob Detrick and Mary Tinsly, born 8 Jan 1877, Medina OH]  This must be Josephine of the 1880 Census.  Ohio Marriages: Frances Detrick married Harvey LONG, 12 Oct 1895, Medina OH.  

daughter

Seville, O.

The State of Ohio, Medina County, sc,
The above named Jennie Cook being first duly sworn, says the statements of the foregoing application are true as she verily believes.
Jennie Cook
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 5th day of October A.D. 1895.
John A. Clark
Notary Public
Afterward to wit:  On the 10th day of October A.D. 1895 said Court made an order in said matter which is as follows:
In the matter of the last will and testatament of Jacob Detrick deceased:
This day there was presented in open court a paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Jacob Detrick late of this county deceased, and an application was filed asking to have the same admitted to probate as the last will and testament of the said decedent.  It is therefore ordered that said will be filed and that notice issue to the widow of said decedent and all the next of kin who are residents of Ohio notifying them of the filing and of the time fixed for the hearing of said application which said time of hearing is hereby fixed for the 24th day of Oct 1895 at 10 o'clock A. M. to which time this matter is continued.
F. O. Phillips Judge
Notice to Heirs
The State of Ohio
Medina County 
In Probate Court
In the matter of the last Will and Testament of Jacob Detrick deceased:
To Polly Detrick, Margaret Hook, Jennie Cook, Emma Stone, Belle Stoll and Francis Detrick
You are hereby notified that on the 10th day of October A.D. 1895 an insturment of writing, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Jacob Detrick late of Guilford Township in said County, deceased, was produced in open Court and an application to admit the same to probate was on the same day made in said court.  Said application will be for hearing before this Court, on the 24th day of October A. D. 1895 at 10 o'clock A.M.
F. O. Phillips  Probate Judge
Dated at Medina, Ohio, this 10th day of October A. D. 1895
Return:
We the undersigned persons with? named, hereby acknowledge service of the within notice, this 15th day of Oct. A.D. 1895.
1. Polly Detrick
2. Margaret Hook
3. Jennie Cook
4. Emma Stone
5. Bell Stoll
6. Francey Long   [webmaster note:  notice the change of last name here]
[webmaster note:  There is more repetative legaleze here.  On the 27th of October Polly was ordered to appear befor the court "to make her election whether she will take under the provision of the will of her late husband or be endowed of the lands of her said husband and take her distributive share of the personal estate."  Mary did appear in person on 23 October 1895 and made her mark to certtify that she was electing "to take" under the provisions of the will.]

In the Medina County Gazette Thursday 29 Oct.1896 appears this note in the section called Court House Calendar: Probate Court:  "Estate of Jacob Detrick, Mary Detrick, widow, elects to take under will."

Jacob died 22 Sept 1895 and is buried in Friendsville Cemetery.  [To get to Friendsville, go straight west through Westfield Center in Medina County on the road going to Lodi.]

Have not found Mary Polly DETRICK in 1900 census.  

Daughter's Death Record:  File #40072, Emma E STONE died 9 June 1916 at 541 Sumner St, Akron, Summit Co OH.  Married.  Born 9 May 1872 in OH.  Father Jacob DETRICK, born PA.  Mother unknown, born OH. Burial Glendale Cem.  Informant Robert STONE, of 541 Sumner St.  

DETRICK, John    16 Aug 1862
John, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.   He transferred to Co K 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father:  Jacob DETRICK
Mother:  Catherine Amanda Garrison
Birth:  16 July 1844 at Clearfield, PA
Marriage:   Josephine BEATTY 21 Feb 1867
Death: 9 Apr 1910 Soldiers and Sailors Home, Erie Co OH 
Cemetery:  Ohio Veterans Home Cemetery,
Section H, lot 9, Grave 5., 3416 Columbus Ave, Sandusky, Erie Co OH
Photo Credit:  Pam and Dan Colvin at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  John G DETRICK, E 48th, K 114th, and G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1892 Aug 8, Application 1125486; Certificate 1103.508, filed  in OH.  

1850 Census, Pike Twp, Clearfield Co PA, Dwelling 23, Family 23:   Jacob DETRICK, age 31 PA, blacksmith; Catherine A, age 27 PA; John, age 5 PA; George, age 3 PA; Henry J, age 2 months PA.

1860 Census, West Field Twp, Medina County OH, page 56:  Jacob DETRICK [see soldier above], age 40 PA, blacksmith; John, age 15 PA; Geo, age 14 PA [see George above]; Sarah, age 4 PA; Jas, age 2 PA, Mary, age 23 OH.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed  John Detrick's residence as Chippewa.  

??Ohio Marriages:  John DETRICK married Esther S. SNOOK on 8 Jan 1866,  in Wayne Co OH.  

Ohio Marriage record, Stark Co OH; John G. DETRICK married Josephine BEATTY in Stark Co Oh on 21 Feb 1867.  Minister C. A. SLATER.

1870 Census, Illinois

Ohio, Marriages:  May DETRICK, born 1871 at Blockberry, IL, age 39.  Married Guy EBERMAN, 2 July 1910 at Cuyahoga Co OH.  Father John.  Mother Josephine BEATTY.  

Ohio, Births and Christenings: Elsie DEITRICH born 26 May 1874 at Fulton, Stark Co OH.  Father John DEITRICH.  Mother Josephine BEATTY.  

In the Medina County Gazette on Friday, 9 May 1879 appears this note in the section about Seville news:  "An infant child of John Detrick died Monday morning, and was buried on Wednesday."
Ohio, Births and Christenings: Marian DETRICK, born 22 Dec 1878 at Seville, Medina OH, Father John G. DETRICK.  Mother Josephene BATTY.  

???? Ohio Deaths:  Stella TURK died 10 Jul 1916 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Age 38 y, 6m, 15d.  Married.  Born 25 Dec 1877 in OH.  Burial at St. Joseph's Cem.  Father John DIETRICK.  Mother Josephine BEATTY.  

Ohio, Births and Christenings: Marian DETRICK born 22 Dec 1878 at Medina, OH.  Father John G. DETRICK.  Mother Josephene BATTY.  
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From Detrick researcher at hillendj@comcast.net
Son of Jacob Detrick of this Company G.
1880 Census:  Medina Co OH:   John (age 34 born PA), a blacksmith, and Josephine (32 OH) Detrick.  Children: Wilbert (12 born IL),  dau. Artie M. (10 IL), Nita E. (8 IL), Martha J (4 OH)
That means that John and family probably had moved back to OH by 1876. 
This census record appears to be for John, who according to a bio of his brother George, lived for awhile in Illinois:

John is buried in a military cemetery in Sandusky, Erie County OH at the Ohio Veterans Home, Section H, lot 9, Grave 5.
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Ohio, Births and Christenings:  James S. DETRICK born 10 Feb 1881 at Seville, Medina OH.  Father John DETRICK, mother Josaphine BEATTY.  

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Josephine DETRICK died 7 Mar 1886 at Akron, 6th Ward, Summit Co OH.  Age 42.  Born <1844>, Stark Co OH.  Married.  

Did not find on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1324, East Exchange St, 6th ward Akron, Summit Co OH, page 121:  John G. DETRICK, age 57 PA, single, born July 1843, carriage blacksmith, parents born PA................he is a boarder in the LEFEVRE household.  

Daughter's marriage record:  Nina HOLLAND [DETRICK] married Jacob SCHMIDT 4 Oct 1905 at Summit Co OH.  She was age 31, born <1874> at Chicago, IL.  Her father was John DETRICK, and her mother was Josephine BATEY.  Nina had been previously married once and divorced.  Her residence was Akron, Summit Co OH.  
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The Ohio Civil War Veterans Graves Registration site (see sources) lists Private John G. Detrick of Co. G 120th OVI as being buried in Sandusky, Erie County OH. 

Death record in Ohio:  File # 20187, John DETRICK died 9 Apr 1910 at Soldiers and Sailors Home, Perkins Twp, Erie co OH.  Widowed.  Blacksmith.  Born 16 July 1844 at Clearfield, PA.  Father Jacob DETRICK, born PA.  Burial at the Old Soldiers and Sailors Home.  Informant Miss May DETRICK of Cleveland OH.  

EATON, Abijah    15 Aug 1862                                                                                                 
Abijah, age 25,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as Sergeant.  There are no other comments listed in the Roster.
Grandfather:  Captain Nathaniel Eaton, Jr. of Massachusetts:  Am. Rev.
Father:  Friend EATON
Mother:  Mary LAW
Birth:  Apr 1840
Marriage:   1Emma Delia Andrews, married 1868 in Canada [died 1884]
2Harriet E. Smith <1888>
Death:   29 Dec 1917  [Sons of Am. Rev. Membership App, 1889-1970][Mayflower decendant of Francis Eaton]
Cemetery:????????Death Record in Baltimore city:  Listed as Obijah H.  Eaton, died 29 Dec 1917.
 #D-11394   He was a member of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church in Baltimore, but I don't think it exists now.
Relationship:  Brother of James, Nathaniel, and William EATON of Co G, 120th OVI.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 225, Family 233: Friend EATON, age 47 Maine, farmer; Mary, age 42 PA; Nathan, age 17 OH; Amanda, age 15 OH; Sarah, age 13 OH; Abijah, age 11 OH; Jackson, age 9 OH; Wm, age 7 OH; James P, age 4 OH; Lewis C, age 2 OH.

1860 census, Chippewa twp, Wayne Co OH page 378:  Mary Eaton (48 PA). Mary is a weaver by trade.  Living there also are Sarah, (22 ), Abijah (20), Jackson (18), William (16),James (14), Lewis (12) and Elisabeth C. (8). Abijah, Jackson and James are listed as farm hands. All except the mother were born in OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Abijah Eaton's residence as Chippewa.  

Genealogical and Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Maryland, Vol 1, pp 267 - 270. Photo included.
Marriages:  1868 Emma ANDREWS, of Milltown, Canada, died 1884, 3 sons, John Bernard 1869-1891, Clarence Jackson 1875 of Baltimore, Donald Law, 1878 - 1902.  
Second marrriage Harriet E. Smith of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, died 1814.
Member of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church.
Born Akron OH, 26 Apr 1840 to Friend and Mary [LAW] EATON.
Moved to Dylestown 1845.
In Civil War with three brothers.
1865 to Chatham, Kent Co, Ontario Canada with Joel Warner.  Opened English school. Studied law.
Taught at Musgove and Wright's Business College in Ottowa 1866.
Taught at St. John, New Bruswick 1867.  Founded Eatons Business College there.
Schools at Halifax NS and Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
Wrote text books.
Moved to Baltimore 1877.
1877 admitted to Baltimore bar.
Founded school with Burnett 1878.
This article is also online for free at
this link.

Abijah was in Canada:
1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1280, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 101:  Mary EATON,age 58 PA; Lewis C, age 20 OH, teaching school.  So where was Abijah?  Brother William was in Doylestown.

1880 Census, ?? 223 Gillmore St, 19th Ward, Baltimore, MD, Dwelling 91, Family 95: Abijah H. EATON, age 40 OH, school teacher, father born Mass, mother born OH; Emma D., wife, age 38 New Brunswell?, father born Canada, father born Maine; John B., son, age 11 St. John, father born Canada, mother born Maine; Clarence J., son, age 5 St John, father born Canada, mother born Maine; Donnald, son, age 2 Baltimore, father born Canada, mother born Maine.  George W. LOCKHART, age 22 St John, father born Canada, mother born Maine, boarder, ship booker; Rosanna BIRD, black, age 19 VA, servant, parents born VA; Cela HEULIHAN, age 50 Ireland,  servant, parents born Ireland.  

1900 Census, 1st District, 4th Pct, Baltimore, MD, Dwelling 339, Family 348: Abija EATON, age 60 OH, born Apr 1840, second marriage, married 13 yrs, father born New England, mother born OH, teacher; Harriott, wife, age 56 Canada, born Dec 1843, first marriage, married 13 yrs, 0 children, mother born England, father born Canada; Clarence EATON, son, age 25 Canada, born Mar 1875, single, father born OH, mother born Canada, teacher; Don Law EATON, son, age 21 MD, single, born June 1878, tel. clerk, father born OH, mother born Canada; Tina GAUT, cook, age 25 MD, single, born June 1875, parents born MD, cook; Pat NORRIS, gardener, age 46 Ireland, born Mar 1854, parents born Ireland, immigrated 1870, been in US 30 yrs, Pa [Pa = first papers filed (declaration of intent) ], gardener.

If the Abijah in the 1910 census below is the right one, then he spent some time in Canada.  Soldiers and Sailors System lists only one Abijah EATON in the soldiers of the Civil War.  

?????1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 558, 807 Arlington Ave, 16th ward Baltimore, Baltimore Co MD, page 155, Dwelling 218, Family 251:  Abijah H. EATON, age 69 OH, second marriage, married 22 yrs, teacher in business college, father born MA, mother born OH, column 30 marked UA for military service; Harriot E, wife, age 66 Canada?, first marriage, married 22 yrs, 0 children, emigrated in 1887, father born England, mother born Canada?; Clarence J, son, age 35 Canada?, teacher in business college, father born OH, mother born Canada?, emigrated in 1877, teacher in business college.  

Date: Monday, December 31, 1917  Paper: Baltimore American (Baltimore, MD)  Volume: CCXXII  Page: 8:
"Abijah H. Eaton founder of the Eaton-Burnett Business College, who died on Saturday." {<29 Dec 1917>]

Date: Monday, December 31, 1917  Paper: Sun (Baltimore, MD)  Volume: CLXII  Issue: 38  Page: 4
"The funeral of Mr. Eaton, who died Saturday afternoon, will take place this afternoon from his home, 807 North Arlington avenue."

The City Date: Sunday, January 6, 1918  Paper: Baltimore American (Baltimore, MD)  Volume: CCXXIII  Section: 1  Page: 9
"Will of Abijah Eaton.
The will of Abijah Eato, founder of the Eaton and Burnett Business College, was filed for probate in the Orphans' Court yesterday.  The entire estate is bequeathed to the son Clarnece J. Eaton, who is also appointed executor, without the necessity of a bond.  The will was drawn on March 25, 1915, and no intimation is made in the testament of the value of the estte.  Mr. Eaton died on December 29 last."

Date: Monday, December 31, 1917  Paper: Sun (Baltimore, MD)  Volume: CLXII  Issue: 38  Page: 6  "EATON. - On December 29, 1917, ABIJAH H. EATON, aged 77 years.  Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at his late residence, No. 807 North Arlington avenue, this (Monday) afternoon, December 31, at 2 o'clock. Interment private."

Death Record in Baltimore city:  Listed as Obijah H.  Eaton, died 29 dec 1917.  #D-11394

Sister's Death record in Ohio:  File #30318, Sarah E LEE died 1 May 1911 at Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.   Born 28 Jan 1838 at Cuyahoga Co.  Parents Friend EATON and Mary LAW.  Burial ?Krupps or Kufupps? Cem.  Informant William W SEE, of Doylestown, OH.  

EATON, James    28 July 1862                                                                                                      
James, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as Musician.
He was appointed 1 Oct 1863.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.
Grandfather:  Captain Nathaniel Eaton, Jr. of Massachusetts:  Am. Rev.
Father:  Friend EATON
Mother:  Mary LAW
Birth:   6 April 1846
Marriage:  

Death:   4 Feb 1868, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery: Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Relationship: Brother of  Abijah EATON, William EATON and Nathaniel EATON, Co G 120th OVI

Photo Credits:  Susie Holderfield
The Ohio Civil War Grave Registration site listed James Eaton of Company G 120th OVI as being buried in Wayne co OH.  James Eaton is buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery in Doylestown.  Stone says he is son of F. and M. and he died 4 Feb 1868 at age 21 yrs.and ????.    Buried there also are Friend and Mary J Eaton who are his parents.  Friend died in 1853 at age 48, but there is a Mary Eaton listed in the 1860 census index book.  His brother Jackson is also buried there, Co H 8th OH.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 225, Family 233: Friend EATON, age 47 Maine, farmer; Mary, age 42 PA; Nathan, age 17 OH; Amanda, age 15 OH; Sarah, age 13 OH; Abijah [mistake f], age 11 OH; Jackson, age 9 OH; Wm, age 7 OH; James P, age 4 OH; Lewis C, age 2 OH.  

1860 census, Chippewa twp, Wayne Co OH page 378:  Mary EATON, age 48 PA, weaver; Sarah, age 22 OH:  Abijah, age 20 OH, farm hand: Jackson, age 18 OH, farm hand;  William, age 16 OH [see William below];  James, age 14 OH, farm hand; Lewis, age12 OH; Elisabeth C, age 8 OH.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed James Eaton's residence as Chippewa.                 

Wayne County Grave Registration Cards book: James Eaton, address Wayne County, died 4 Feb 1868, born 6 April 1846, buried Chestnut Hill.
The 1860 census record and the tombstone seem to point to the fact that James was only 16 when he joined Company G.

Sister's Death record in Ohio::  File #30318, Sarah E LEE died 1 May 1911 at Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.   Born 28 Jan 1838 at Cuyahoga Co.  Parents Friend EATON and Mary LAW.  Burial ?Krupps or Kufupps? Cem.  Informant William

EATON, Nathaniel    13 Aug 1862                         Nathaniel L. EATON                                                                               
Nathaniel, age 28,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private. He was discharged 12 April 1863 at Smith's plantation in Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Grandfather:  Captain Nathaniel Eaton, Jr. of Massachusetts:  Am. Rev.
Father:  Friend EATON
Mother:  Mary LAW
Birth:  1834 OH
Marriage:   1 Maria
2
Lucy E. DACON, 17 Aug 1873, Summit Co OH
Death:   between June 1890 and Jan 1891
Cemetery:  ??Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, Douglas Co, Nebraska
7909 Mormon Bridge Road
Omaha
Douglas County
Nebraska  USA
Postal Code: 68152
Phone: 402-451-1000 Their records don't tell any more than what I have.
Try Vital records: 402-471-2871
Relationship: Brother of James EATON, Abijah EATON,  and William EATON, of Co G 120th OVI
Find a Grave :  This may be the grave of Nathaniel listed at Find a Grave.  Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, Douglas Co NE, Section 6, Lot Sgl, Grave 1121.  I have requested a photo.  Find A Grave Memorial# 37209879 by dolph72.  This grave could not be found.  One volunteer said: "Spend several days looking for N. L. Eaton and others in Section 6.  There are a lot of  graves without markers and those that do are sometimes unreadable due to being weather beaten or being covered by a form of moss."
[
This may be where Lucy (spelled Sucy) is buried.  See Find a Grave. Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, Douglas Co NE.  Section 5, Lot Sgl, Grave 928]
 

Pension Index: Nathaniel EATON, G 120th.   Invalid pension 25 May 1871, Application 165986; Certificate 125077.   Widow's pension Lucy E. in Nebraska, 12 Jan 1891, Application 495239; Certificate 360579.  Minor, Charles M. EATON guardian, filed 1900 Apr 23, Application 717711; Certificate 495744 in Nebraska.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 225, Family 233: Friend EATON, age 47 Maine, farmer; Mary, age 42 PA; Nathan, age 17 OH; Amanda, age 15 OH; Sarah, age 13 OH; Abijah [f], age 11 OH; Jackson, age 9 OH; Wm, age 7 OH; James P, age 4 OH; Lewis C, age 2 OH.  

1860 census Chippewa Twp Wayne Co OH page 369:  Nathaniel Eaton, age 26, a coal miner born in OH, Meriah (23 Michigan), Mary R. (4 Michigan), Charles M. (6 months OH).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Nathaniel Eaton's residence as Chippewa.  

Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865:  in Chippewa Twp, Nathaniiel EATON, age 29, white, farmer, single, born OH, previous service in 120th OVI.  

1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 101:  Nathaniel EATON, age 37 OH, farm laborer; Maria, age 33 MI; May Dilly, age 15 MI; Marion, age 11 OH; Andrew, age 9 OH; Arvada, [female], age 2 OH.  

There is a record in Summit county probate showing marriage of Nathaniel L. EATON to Lucy E. DACON on 17 Aug 1873. 

1880 Census, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County OH:   N.L. EATON is listed in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH.  He is an agent for lightning rods, age 46 and born in OH.  The birthplaces for his parents were left blank.  His wife Lucy was age 31, born in OH.  Her father was born in PA and her mother in OH.  The mother in law Delia Cowles is living with them  She is age 82 and was born in CT, as were her parents.  Also living there were the following children all with father born in OH and mother's birthplace unknown.  [note that the 1860 census above has their mother Meriah being born in MI]:  daughter Rodilla, age 22 born in MI, son Charles age 20 born in OH, son Andrew age 16 born in OH, and daughter Vada, age 11 born in OH.

1 Jan 1883 Pension list Cleveland OH:  Nathaniel EATON, disability was injury to abdomen.  Cert no. 125,077.

June 1890 Veterans Scheldule, Omaha, Douglas Co, Nebraska:  Line 15, House 58, family 62 Nathaniel L. EATON, US soldier, 1920 Emmett St, Omaha, Nebraska.  No other informaion given.

1900 where was Lucy????

Obit for wife Lucy can be ordered at
Omaha Obits:  EATON, Lucy A. (Mrs.); 9 Apr 1906 WH morn p 3 @ Council Bluffs, IA

Nathaniel's son, Charles, has sister June living with him:
1900 Census,
Emmett St., 5th Ward Omaha, Douglas County, NE Series: T623  Roll: 924,, page 232:  Chas M EATON, age 39 OH, born Oct 1860, married 16 yrs,  jobber - Star Repair?, father born OH, mother born MI; Isabella K, wife, age 35 OH, born Dec 1864, married 16 yrs, 1 child/1 still living, father born OH, mother born NJ;  Byron K, son, age 14 NE, born Nov 1885, parents born OH; June M, sister, age 12 OH, born Dec 1881 OH, parents born OH.  

EATON, William    28 July 1862                                                                                                    
William, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.
Grandfather:  Captain Nathaniel Eaton, Jr. of Massachusetts:  Am. Rev.
Father:  Friend EATON
Mother:  Mary LAW
Birth:   22 Feb. 1845
Marriage:  
Rosa A.WALTZ, 10 Aug. 1865, Wayne co OH
Death:   15 Nov. 1885
Cemetery:  Eldon Cem, Eldon, Miller Co MO
Relationship:  Brother of James, Abijah, and Nathaniel EATON, Co G 120th OVI
Photo Credit:   Jan Breshears Thomas.
Rose 15 Mar 1847 - 23 Dec 1922

Pension Card:  William N. EATON, Co G 120th OH Inf, Co L 2nd OH Cav.  Invalid filed 14 Apr 1879, Application 279360, Certificate 185198.  Widow also applied.  Notes indicating that the widow must have remarried.  John C MEIN, Co C 144th NY Inf., and Elmer M. GRAHAM, Co C 144th NY Inf.  Pension Index:  Widow Rose A. EATON applied 9 Feb 1886, Application 335105, Certificate 239025, filed in MO.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 225, Family 233: Friend EATON, age 47 Maine, farmer; Mary, age 42 PA, Nathan, age 17 OH; Amanda, age 15 OH; Sarah, age 13 OH; Abijah [f], age 11 OH; Jackson, age 9 OH; Wm, age 7 OH; James P, age 4 OH; Lewis C, age 2 OH.  

Find a Grave Parents:  Friend EATON is buried at Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  He died 2 June 1853, age 48.  Mary J. died 1882.

1860 census, Chippewa twp, Wayne Co OH page 378:  Mary Eaton (48 PA). Mary is a weaver by trade.  Living there also are Sarah, (22 ), Abijah (20), Jackson (18), William (16), James (14) [see James above], Lewis (12) and Elisabeth C. (8). Abijah, Jackson and James are listed as farm hands. All except the mother were born in OH. 

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Wm Eaton's residence as Chippewa.  

Ohio Marriages: William EATON married Rosa A.WALTZ 10 Aug. 1865 in Wayne co OH.  V. 6 p. 335

1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 1280, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 106:  William EATON, age 26 OH, driller in reaper shop; Rosan, age 23 OH; Edith, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 225, Cuyahoga Falls, Summit County, Ohio, page 225:  Wm EATON, age 34 OH, worker in machine?? shop, parents born OH; Rosa, wife, age 31 OH, parents born OH; Edith, daughter, age 12 OH; Maud, daughter, age 9 OH; Ella, daughter, age 3 OH; Nellie, daughter, age 3 OH.  Also living there is  a boarder named Eli WALTZ, age 29 OH, works Mch shop, parents born OH.  

???Moved to Missouri by 1884???

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Saline, Miller Co MO:  Line 24 House 5, Family 5:  Rosa L. EATON, widow of William EATON, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Post Office: Eldon.

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 875, Eldon, Miller Co, MO, page 145:  Rosa A. EATON, age 52 OH, born Mar 1848, widow, 6 children/4 still living, dressmaker, father born OH, mother born PA; Ross W, son, age 16 MO, born Aug 1883, parents born OH; Mellie M HARRIS, daughter, age 23 OH, widow, 1 child/1 still living, parents born OH; Mingai?? Z, grand daughter, age 5 MO, born Dec 1894, father born MO, mother born OH.  

1910 Census, Series: T624  Roll: 799, Eldon, Saline Twp, Miller Co, MO, page 145:  Rosa A EATON, age 61 OH, widow, children 6/4 still living, parents born OH, own income, Mellie M. SIMMONS, daughter, age 34 OH, widow, 1 child/1 still living, mending and repairing clothes, parents born OH; Minga Z. HARRIS, grand daughter, age 15 MO, father born MO, mother born OH.

Eldon Cemetery, Miller Co MO
Eaton, William N. 22 Feb. 1845 - 15 Nov. 1885 h/o Rose (Graham)
Eaton, Rose (Graham) 15 Mar. 1847 - 23 Feb. 1922 w/o William N. [ Miller County records]

Sister's Death record in Ohio::  File #30318, Sarah E LEE died 1 May 1911 at Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.   Born 28 Jan 1838 at Cuyahoga Co.  Parents Friend EATON and Mary LAW.  Burial ?Krupps or Kufupps? Cem.  Informant William

ETLING, Jefferson    20 Aug 1862                           Jefferson C. ETLING                                                                       
Jefferson, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private. He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.
Father:  William ETLING
Mother:  Abigail MYERS
Birth:  
4 Apr 1844, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   1Emeline Reinochl (or Reinoehl), 20 Dec 1866 in Wayne Co OH
2Maria/Mary  [GINLESPERGER] McCalmon/McCALVIN, 12 Sep 1878, Wayne Co OH
Death:   7 June 1929, Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH
Cemetery:  Canal Fulton Cem, Stark Co OH
 Photo Credit:  Jerry Holderfield

Pension Index:  Jefferson C. ETLING, G 120th OH Inf.   Invalid filed 5 Dec 1890, Application 959584, Certificate 776322, filed in OH.    Widow, Mary G ETLING, filed 23 July 1929, Application 1647424, Certificate A-10-17-29, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Jefferson died 7 June 1929 at Canal Fulton OH.  

History of Wayne County Ohio published in 1910 by B.E. Bowen and Company...article about Jefferson's brother Abram:
"
Abram Etling When a man wins his own way from an humble station and discouraging environment to success and an honorable standing in the community, his career is worthy of representation in the history of such a locality. We find in studying the career of Abram Etling, a farmer in Chippewa township, Wayne county, that such were his experiences. His birth occurred on the homestead now occupied by his brother, January 9,1852, and he is the son of William and Abigail (Myers) Etling. His paternal grandparents were Henry and Katherine Etling natives of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, who came to Wayne county, Ohio, about 1820, among the pioneers of the community where they settled. Mr. Etling did not long survive after coming here, Mrs. Etling living until 1866. The maternal grandparents of the subject were John and Mary Myers, also natives of Pennsylvania, who came to Wayne county, Ohio, about the same time as did the first members of the Etling family. The maternal grandmother also took up land, two quarter sections in Chippewa township consequently at one time this family were collectively quite extensive land owners. William Etling, father of Abram, was born in Pennsylvania on December 3, 1815, and his wife, Abigail Myers, was born December 18,1822. They came to Ohio with their parents and were here married on June 3, 184l. Mr. Etling engaged in farming, and at the time of his death owned over one hundred and sixty acres in Chippewa township, where he became well known and fairly well to do. His death occurred September 27, 1892, having been preceded to the silent land by his wife only a few months, her death having occurred on January 16, 1892. William Etling was a Democrat and took considerable interest in local affairs, having held the office of trustee several terms. He and his wife were the parents of nine children, two of whom died in infancy, seven living at this writing. Abram Etling was educated in the common schools of Chippewa township and was reared on the farm, which he worked during the crop season. When the Civil war began Abram's older brother enlisted in the Union army and the subject was compelled to remain at home to work. Quite naturally he took up farming and has followed this line of work ever since, with the exception of three years, when he moved to Barberton and engaged in teaming from 1904. Finally returning to the farm he still manages the same with success, his place consisting of eighty acres, on which he raises a diversity of excellent crops and keeps some stock, the two lines of endeavor making him a very comfortable living. Mr.Etling was married March 2, 1875, to Ada McIntyre, a native of Wayne county, Ohio, and the daughter of Phillip and Agnes McIntyre, old settlers of this county, who now live in Kansas. To Mr. and Mrs. Etling were born nine children, namely: William E., Bertus Oliver, Arthur M. (deceased) Bertha Alice, Etta Blanch, Laura K. (deceased), Forest Richard, Florence, Arville and Abram Harold. Mr. Etling is a Democrat and he and his wife are members of the Reformed church in Marshallville."
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1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 253:
William ETLING age 33 PA, farmer; Abigail, age 25 PA; Mary A., age 8 OH; Jefferson, age 6 OH; Rachel A, age 4 OH;and Cath, age 1 OH..
[Note:  
Jefferson was christened 30 June 1844 at St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH....parents William and Abigail.]
________
1860 census Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 388
William Etling (44), farmer and Abigail (36), both born in PA.  The children were born in OH. Mary A (18), Jefferson (16), Rachel (14), Catherine (11), Abram (8), Louisa (5), John C. (1).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Jefferson Etling's residence as Chippewa.  

Discharge record on microfilm in Wayne Co OH page 565: Jefferson Etling of Co G 120th was born in Wayne Co OH.  He was 18 when he enrolled.  He was 5' 8½", dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair, and he was a farmer.  The Oath of Identity was not filled out.

Wayne County probate records have two possible marriages for Jefferson C. ETLING:
Emeline REINOEHL (or REINOCHL), 20 Dec 1866 in Wayne Co OH
Maria McCALMON/McCALVIN, 12 Sep 1878, Wayne Co OH

1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 1280, Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 19:  Jefferson ETLINE, age 26 OH, brick mason; Emma, age 22 OH; Mettie, age 2 OH; Mindella, age 11 months, born July 1869.  [Note: Birth Records from the Wayne County Ohio Probate Court 1867-1908 show these two children for Jefferson (Jeff or J.C.) and Emeline (Emmy): They were a girl Mindella, 31 July 1869; Francis(?) Nelly Etling, 26 May 1872]

1880 Census, Marshallville, Wayne Co OH:  Jefferson ETLING, age 35 OH, stone mason, parents born PA;   Mary, wife, age 33, OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Mindella, daughter, age 10 OH; Nellie F Etling, age 8 OH. 

1890 Veterans Schedule: Massillon, Stark Co OH:  Line 33, House 205, Family 224: Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Post Office: Massillon.   Disability:  Rheumatism contracted at Camp Ford TX while imprisoned 13 months.  

In the 1900 newspaper report ot the reunion of the 120th, J.C. Etling was living in Canal Fulton. 
On the OH death index online there is a Jefferson C. Etling who died 7 June 1929 in Stark County OH.

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1322, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, page 136:  Jefferson C ETLING, age 56 OH, born Apr 1844, married 21 yrs, bricklayer, father born PA, mother born OH; Mary, wife, age 53 OH, born Aug 1846, married 21 yrs, 3 children/2 still living, father born PA, mother born OH; Frank, son, age 17 OH, born Nov 1882, day laborer parents born OH; Anna, daughter, age 14 OH, born Jan 1886, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, Canal St, Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 217, Family 221:  Jefferson ETLING, age 66 OH, second marriage, married 31 yrs, father born PA, mother born OH, bricklayer, marked UA for military service; Mary, wife, age 63 OH, second marriage, married 31 yrs, 3 children/2 still living; Anna, daughter, age 26 OH, single, parents born OH.  

1920 Census, East High St, Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 73, Family 76:  Jefferson ETLING, age 75 OH, married, father born PA, mother born OH, no occupation; Mary, wife, age 73 OH, father born PA, mother born OH.  

Mary died 1934 at Canal Fulton. Born Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH 28 Aug 1846.   [Barberton Herald 2-16-1934]

Death record in Ohio:  File # 43623, Jefferson C ETLING, died 7 June 1929 at Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH.  Wife, Mary G. ETLING.  Brick mason.  Born 4 Apr 1844 at RFD Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Father William ETLING, born RFD Wayne Co.  Mother Abigal MYERS.  Burial Canal Fulton OH.  Informant Mary G Etling, Canal Fulton OH.  

FISHER, Erasmus D.    15 Aug 1862                                                                                           
Erasmus, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Sergeant.  There are no comments listed in the Roster.  [Note:  Erasmus Fisher is not on the list of prisoners at Camp Ford.]

Father:  ?Archibald FISHER
Mother:  
Birth: 1843/44 OH
Marriage:  

Death:  
Cemetery:  
 
Not listed in Pension Index.

1850 census, Chippewa twp, Wayne co OH
A. Fisher (34 PA) a cabinet maker, Lydia DANIELS (59 Mass.), Erasmus D (7 OH), Aurelia S. (5 OH), Cath [Catherine] MARSHALL (28 MD).       [Catherine's maiden name was DAILY]

Father, Archibald FISHER, married Catharine DAILY 15 Oct 1851 in Summit Co OH.  Information at Family Search.

1860 census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp. Wayne Co OH page 360
Archibald Fisher (42 PA) a cabinet maker, all others born in OH, Catherine (33), Erasmus (16), Arelia (14), Emma J. (7), Ada A. (6), Ella S. (4), Viola M. (2), no name girl (2 months).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Erasmus Fisher's residence as Chippewa.  

[Note: By 1870 there were two more children, Samuel born <1864> and Minnie, born <1867>.  But Erasmus isn't listed.]

I am wondering if Erasmus died before the 1870 census....but if so, why not listed in a cemetery in Chippewa Twp?  His father is buried at Chestnut Hill.  

????Some other possibles.....but I have no idea about them.

1880 Census, Grant St, 2nd Ward Council Bluff, Pottawattamie, IA, Dwelling 65, Family 66:  Erasmus FISHER, age 35 OH, tobacconist, father born OH, mother born CT; Rebecca, age 28 PA, parents born PA; Frank AUSTIN, age 10 IL, servant, parents born unknown.  

1885 Iowa State Census, Council Bluffs, Kane, Pottawattamie, IA, page 19, Family 136: Erasmus D. F. FISHER, age 40; Rebecca J, age 30.  

???????1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1082, Central Islip State Hospital, Suffolk Co NY, page 153:  Erasmus D. F. FISHER, patient, single, age 66, born OH, parents born US?, kitchen helper in the hospital.  [Note: not marked for military service.....none marked on that page for military service.] [He was at Manhattan State Hospital, Islip, in 1900. Also listed as single.]

Brother, Samuel's Death record in Ohio: Born 13 Aug 1864, shows his father was Archibald FISHER and Catherine DAILY.]  Catherine is also the mother of Viola, Sarah Ellen, and Emma. But Catherine would not be the mother of Erasmus.  

FLICKINGER, Benjamin   22 Aug 1862  
Benjamin, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private. Benjamin died 15 Ap 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Benjamin Flickinger as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.
Father:  Daniel FLICKINGER
Mother:  Sally [Sarah] WHORLEY
Birth:  1844 OH
Marriage:  

Death:   15 Apr 1863, Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery: Vicksburg National Cem, MS  [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: Benjamin FLICKENERS, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf, died 14 Ap 1863 at Van Buren General Hospital, Millikens Bend, LA.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.  

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

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

Pension: Benjamin's parents filed for his pension. Co G 120th OH Inf.
Mother: Sarah Flickinger filed 8 Oct 1868: Application 166.297; Certificate 124.634
Father: Daniel Flickinger filed 29 July 1882: Application 295.231; Certificate 205.335

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1850 Federal Census, Chippewa Twp., Wayne co. OH. Daniel Flickinger (46), a shoemaker, Sarah (42), Josiah (21) moulder, Jacob (19) potter, Susannah (17), Saul(hard to read) (15), Jno (John) (13), Wm (11), Sarah and Mary A. twins (9), Eliz (7), Benj (5), James H. (2). The parents were born in PA, the children all in OH. [Note:   This could be Benjamin's mother's maiden name: Stark County Probate records: Daniel Flickinger married Sally Whorley, 7 Aug 1827 in Stark co OH. Brother, William's death record verifies the mother's name as Susana WEARLY and father David FLICKINGER, both born PA.  Brother James' Death Record says Daniel Flickinger but doesn't know Sarah's maiden name.  Another brother, Daniel born 1835, lists father as Daniel FLICKINGER  and mother as WERLEY born in MD.  Ohio Marriages: Daniel FLICKINGER married Sally WHORLEY on 7 Aug 1827 at Stark Co OH.  ]
[A moulder was a person who shaped sand into which molten metal was poured in a foundry.  Definition found in "A to Zax" by Barbara Jean Evans]

1860 census Doylestown, Chippewa twp, Wayne Co OH page 361
Daniel Flickinger (55 PA) boot and shoemaker, Sarah (53 PA), all others born in OH, John (22 a potter), William (21 a potter), Mary (19), Sarah (19), Elizabeth (17), Benjamin (15), James H. (11).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Benjamin Flickinger's residence as Chippewa.  

1870 Census, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 25, Family 35:  Daniel FLICKINGER, age 65 PA, shoemaker; Sarah, age 62 PA; Elizabeth BECKWITH, age 27 OH; Charles BECKWITH, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 228, Family 237:  Daniel FLICKINGER, age 75 PA, no occupation, parents born PA; Sarah, wife, age 74 PA, parents born PA; Sarah, daughter age 36 OH, single.  

?Ohio Obituary Index:  Sarah FLICKINGER, wife of Daniel, died at age 74 at Doylestown OH on 10 April 1882.  

?Ohio Obituary Index:  Daniel FLICKINGER died at Doylestown OH, 4 Oct 1889.  

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Listed at fold3.com but only one document is there:
Sarah FLICKINGER, mother of Benjamin FLICKINGER, Pvt, Co G 120 Ohio Vols.
 with father's claim #295231.  

GALEHOUSE, Harvey H.    30 Sep 1862  
Harvey, age 22,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as Sergeant.
He was appointed from private on 12 Ap 1863.  He transferred to Co. K, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E 48th OVVI 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865 with company at Houston TX.

"List of Casualities...while on bourd the Steamer 'City Belle' near 'Snaggy Point' La, May 3d 1864...." Sergt. Harvey H. GALEHOUSE, missing, condition not known. [From the records of the Ohio Adjutant General, available at the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH. NOTE: According to Grandpa's Gone...The Adventures of Daniel Buchwalter in the Western Army, 1862-1865, by Jerry Frey, p. 101, Sergeant Harvey H. Galehouse and Pvt. William F. Cuddy escaped from Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas, on 20 Aug 1864 and made it back to Union lines. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

Father: David GALEHOUSE.
Mother:  Mary HIGGINS
Birth:  Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  
Amanda E. HILE, 23 Nov 1865, Wayne Co OH
Death:   10/11? May 1899, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH
Relationship:  Cousin of John Wesley Galehouse, Co G 120th OVI
Photo Credit: Jerry Holderfield

Harvey H. Galehouse is buried in Chestnut Hill cemetery in Doylestown, Wayne co. OH. 1840 - 1899.
 Amanda E, his wife, 1845 - 1901
On the back of the stone:  Louise, dau. of H H and A E GALEHOUSE  1883 - 1888

Pension Index:  Harvey H GALEHOUSE, E 48th, K 114th and G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1880 Jan 22, Application 340112, Certificate 211257.  Widow, Amanda E GALEHOUSE, filed 1899 May 18, Application 698743, Certificate 485742, filed in OH.

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 240? :  David Galehouse (42), Mary (36). Jane E. (15), Harvey (11), Henry H. (9), Fred W. (7), Eliz Higgins (61).  [Wayne County Probate Court record:  David GALEHOUSE married Mary THIGGIN on 26 Feb 1835 in Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp.Wayne Co OH  page 370:  David Galehouse (51 OH) a farmer, Mary (42 OH), Henry (21 OH)a farm hand, Harvey (19 OH) in school, Fredrich (17 OH)a farm hand, Fredrich Galehouse (77, place born looks like Boualin....just can't make it out), Elisabeth Higgins (71 PA), Louisa Galehouse (25 OH), George Marshel (45 England), Samuel Hughes (19 OH) in school, Ellin Meach (7 OH), James M--- (4).  It is interesting that the two Meach children are listed as having $1000 each in personal property.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed H. H. Galehouse's residence as Chippewa.  

Discharge record on microfilm at Wayne County OH, page 50 in Book 2:
Harvey H. Galehouse of Co E 48th Ohio was born in Chippewa Twp, Wayne County OH.  He enrolled at age 22.  He was 5' 10", with sandy complexion, blue eyes and sandy hair.  He was a farmer.  No Oath of Identity was filled out.

Wayne county OH probate records:  Harvey H. GALEHOUSE married Amanda E. HILE on 23 Nov 1865.

1870 Census, M593 Roll: 1280, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 84:  Harvey GALEHOUSE (27 OH) a coal dealer, Amanda (24 OH), Mary Edith (4 OH), also living there were Thos FENIGAN (17 Ireland) a farm laborer, Mike BAYSINGER (35 OH) a farm laborer, Eliza Baysinger (29 OH), James MANSFIELD (11 OH), John MANSFIELD (9 OH), Samuel BAYSINGER (4 OH), William BAYSINGER (2 OH), Martha BAYSINGER (9 months OH).   [Note: See Abraham MANSFIELD of this Company G below.]

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1076 , Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH, page 77:  Harvey GALEHOUSE, age 40 OH, farmer, parents born OH; Amanda, wife, age 35 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Edith, daughter, age 14 OH; David, son, age 9 OH; Bessie, daughter, age 6 OH; James, son, age 4 OH; Nettie, daughter, age 2 OH.   

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chippewa Twp Wayne Co OH:  Line 50, House 574, Family 587: Harvey H. GALEHOUSE, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Post Office Doylestown Wayne Co OH.  Injury to legs and feet and right side.  Transferred to 114 OH Inf.  
Listed a second time in Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 1, House 574, Family 587: 1st Sgt, Co K 114th OH Inf and 1st Sgt, Co E 48th OVI.  Post Office Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  Transferred from 120 OH Inf.  

The report in the Wooster Republican about the June 1899 reunion of the 120th says that Sergeant Harvey Galehouse, Company G, resident of Doylestown had died in the last year.

 Wayne County Democrat, page 2, Wednesday, 17 May 1899 [?Died May 11?]
Harvey Galehouse was found dead last Thursday morning at his home near Doylestown.  He had not been very well for a few days, but was around, and laid down on a lounge where his wife found him lifeless.  His age was 69[?] years.  He was a soldier in the 48th Regiment OVVI and was subject to heart disease.  He is survived by his wife and several children.  The funeral took place Saturday afternoon.
[In a second article printed the same day in the Wooster Weekly Republican on page 4, it states that Harvey was a soldier during the Rebellion and that he was about 60 years of age. It also dispels a rumor that Harvey was injured in a quarrel, but states that he had exchanged some angry words with a gentleman who was in town on Wednesday afternoon.]

1900 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 395, Family 399: Amanda GALEHOUSE, age 54 OH, father born OH, mother born PA, born Dec 1845, widow, 8 children/7 still living; Jessie, daughter, age 19 OH; born Jan 1881, housework, single; Thomas, son, age 15 OH, born Oct 1884.  

Brother's Death record in Ohio:  File #61799, Fred W. GALEHOUSE died 4 Sep 1920 at Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Farmer.  Born 10 Sep 1843 at Chippewa Twp.  Parents David GALEHOUSE and Mary HIGGINS, born OH.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Informant Ethel M GALEHOUSE of Doylestown.  

GALEHOUSE, John Wesley    21 Aug 1862      
John, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as 1st Sergeant.   He was appointed Sergeant from Corporal 18 Jan 1863, to 1st Sergeant on 15 Mar 1863.  He was then promoted to 1st Lieutenant on 21 Mar 1864 but not mustered. He was discharged 15 Ap 1864 to accept a promotion but no further record was found...[See discharge record below]
[Enlisted at Doylestown]

Father:  Elias GALEHOUSE
Mother:  Elizabeth BENDER
Birth:  
29 May 1844 OH
Marriage:  
G. W. GALEHOUSE married Nettie HILE on 26 Aug 1866
Death:  
3 Dec 1879, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown OH
Relationship: Cousin of Harvey Galeshouse, Co G 120th OVI.  

 John Wesley GALEHOUSE is buried at Chrestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown OH.  Section 7.  
29 May 1844 - 3 Dec 1879
Nettie, his wife, d. ?10 June 1874?
Two infant daughters, Grace and Nettie

Pension Index:  John W GALEHOUSE, G 120th OH Inf.    Invalid filed 1879 Sep 30, Application 312770, Certificate 226125.  Minor, Elias GALEHOUSE guardian, filed 1880 Jan 5, Certificate 258041, Certificate 198712.

 1850 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 213
Elias Galehouse (36 OH) a farmer, Eliz (26 Oh), Mary (13 OH), Martha (10 OH), Sarah A. (8 OH),  Wesley (6 OH), Silas (4 OH).  [Wayne County Probate Court record:  Elias GALEHOUSE married Elizabeth BENDER on 8 Jun 1837 in Wayne Co OH.]  [Note: Brother, Albert's death record agrees with this same name for his mother and says both parents were born in New Lisbon, OH.  

1860 census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne OH page 360
Elias Galehouse (46 OH) a merchant, Elisabeth (34), Mary (20) a tailor by trade, Sarah A. (17), John W (16), Silas (13), Albert (7), Alice (3).  All born in OH.
[Soldier John may have had two more siblings ....in the 1880 census for the same area, there are two listed that were not yet born in 1860....Nellie age 16 and Harry age 11.]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed J. Wesley Galehouse's residence as Chippewa.  

Discharge record on microfilm at Wayne Co OH, page 275 in book 1:
John Wesley Galehouse, 1st Srgt. Co G 120th, was discharged 15 April 1864 at Morganzia Louisiana by reason of his acceptance of a commission as 1st Lieutenant [with the year 1865]
He was born in Wayne co OH, enrolled at age 19, was 5' 9¾" tall, light complexion, grey eyes, dark hair and he was a miller.  The Oath of Identiy was dated 14 Dec 1865 and he was of Doylestown, in Wayne co OH.

Ohio Marriages:  G. W. GALEHOUSE married Nettie HILE on 26 Aug 1866.

1870 census, Doylestown Chippewa Township, Wayne Co OH page 102
J. Wesley Galehouse, (26 OH), a miller, Nettie (20 OH), Harry (age 1 OH)  

[Note:  In 1880 Harry, age 11, was living with his grandparents Elias and Elizabeth GALEHOUSE.] 

The Ohio Veterans Grave Registration site says that John W. Galehouse of Co G 120th OVI is buried in Wayne County.
In the Wayne County burials book there are two John W. Galehouse men buried in Chestnut Hill cemetery in Doylestown:
John W. Galehouse, died 3 Dec 1879, age 35 yrs and 6 months.  This would be correct birth time for John Wesley of Co. G.
This must be the correct man since the soldier John W. Galehouse of Co G applied for an invalid pension 30 Sep 1879 and then on 5 Jan 1880 a guardian for a minor was appointed...meaning that John W. must have died between the two applications.  This guardian's name was Elias Galehouse. This guardian may have been John W's father who did not die until 21 Feb 1894 in Doylestown.  

Wayne County Grave Registration Cards book: John W. Galehouse, address Wayne County OH, died 3 Dec 1879, born 29 May 1844. Buried Chestnut Hill, lot #9, block #7, grave #2.

Son's Death record in Ohio: File # 61867, Harry W GALEHOUSE of 1966 E. 71st St., died 3 Nov 1925 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Single.  Jeweler.  Retired.  Born 22 Dec 1868 at Doylestown OH.  Father John Wesley GALEHOUSE, born OH.  Mother Nettie HILE, born Clinton, OH.  Burial Doylestown OH.  Informatn W Z R EDWARDS, of 1966 E. 71st.  

GARBER, Samuel    22 Aug 1862
Samuel, age 33,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.   He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1829>
Jan 1827 PA
Marriage:   Leah BAUGHMAN, 4 Sep 1851
Death:  
Cemetery:  

Pension index: Samuel GARBER,  G 120th OVI,  K 114th OVI,  E 48th OVVI.   Invalid filed 21 July 1890, Application 819426; Certificate 570595, filed in Kansas.

Wayne County Probate court record:  Saml. GARVER married Leah BAUGHMAN on 4 Sep 1851 in Wayne Co OH.  

???????????1860 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 378:  Samuel GARVEN, age 32 PA, farmer; Sarah, age 32 PA; Mary, age 7 OH; Daniel, age 5 OH; Jacob, age 3 OH; Sarah J, age 10 months OH.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Samuel Garber's residence as Chippewa.  

1870 Census, Green Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 206:  Samuel GARBER, age 43 PA, shingle maker; Leah, age 42 PA; Daniel, age 17 OH, farm laborer; Mary, age 18 OH; Jacob, age 14 OH, farm laborer; Henry, age 10 OH; Samuel, age 8 OH; Lizzie A, age 6 OH; John, age 1 OH.  [in next dwelling are Henry [37 PA] also a shingle maker, and May [25 PA] GARBER and family]

1880 Census, Summit Twp, Cloud County, KS, page 181, 7 June 1880:  Samuel GARBER, age 52 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Leah, wife, age 51 PA, parents born PA; [next page] Henry, son, age 19 OH; Samuel, son,age 17 OH; Elisabeth, daughter, age 12 OH; John, son, age 10 OH; Emma OLMER, granddaughter?, age 7 OH.

Find a Grave:  Leah GARBER, wife of Samuel, died at age 55.  Buried at Summit Cemetery, Jamestown, Cloud Co KS.  Died <1884>  Born <1829>

1885 Kansas state census, Summit Twp, Cloud Co KS, Dwelling 74, Family 74:  Samuel GARBER, age 58, farmer. widowed, born PA, came to KS from OH;  Marlicy, female, single, age 17 OH, came from OH; John, age 15 OH, single, came from OH; Emma, age 12 OH, single, came from OH.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1336, Case Twp, Cleveland Co OK, page 24:  Samuel GARBER, age 73 PA, widowed, born Jan 1827, farmer, parents born PA; John, son, age 27 KS, farmer, born Sep 1870, parents born PA; Henry, son, age 40 OH, married, born July 1859, day laborer, parents born PA; Clout? DAVIS, grandson, age 16 KS, born 1884, farm laborer, father born WV, mother born OH; Arnold DAVIS, grandson, age 14 KS, born 1886, farm laborer, father born WV, mother born OH.  

I don't find Samuel there in 1910.

GARDHEFNER, Andrew    22 Aug 1862           GARDHEFFNER
GARTHEFFNER, Henry is a second name used on the rolls for this man.
Andrew/Henry, age 42,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
He was transferred to Co. G, 21st Regiment of the Veteran Reserve Corps on 15 Feb 1864.  He mustered out 15 Aug 1865 at Trenton New Jersey by order of the War Department.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1820> Bavaria
Marriage:   1Mary Ann Webb, 7 Nov 1841, Stark County, OH
2Mary A. Sallmon, 5 May 1852, Stark County, OH
3Helen Shondel, widow of Francis Marshall
4 Barbara Yack, 8 Nov. 1881, in Canal Fulton, Stark County, OH
Death:  8 March 1887, in Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH
Cemetery: Saints Philip and James Church Cem, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH.  
Relationship:  Step father of Joseph MARSHALL of Co G, 120th OVI
I could not find this grave stone.

Pension Index:  Andrew GARDHEFFNER, G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1879 May 12, Application 285636, Certificate 201051.  Widow, Barbara GARDHEFFNER, filed 1887 June 7, Application 355990; Certificate 239868 in OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed A. Gardheffner's residence as Chippewa.  

Discharge record on microfilm at Wayne co OH page 400:
Andrew Gardheffner, Co G of the 21st Res. Corps.
He was born in Bavaria, was 42 yrs when he enrolled, was 5' 5½", dark complexion, dark eyes, and brown hair.  He was a moulder.
[A moulder was a person who shaped sand into which molten metal was poured in a foundry.  Definition found in "A to Zax" by Barbara Jean Evans]
The Oath of Identity signed 8 May 1866 stated that he was of Canal Fulton in Stark county OH.  It verified that he was in Company G of the 120th.
 

This information about Andrew Gardheffner comes from Ed Marshall 
(See Joseph Marshall of Co G below on this page)

This additional in formation about Andrew's service was in his pension application papers:
He was sent to the hospital in Youngs Point, Louisiana on May 2nd 1863.  He remained in the hospital
there during July and August.  On August 4th 1863 Andrew was sent aboard a hospital boat and in
September and October of 1863 was listed as "Sick at St. Louis, Missouri."   His transfer to Company G of the 21st Veterans Reserve Corp on November 27th 1863 was due to chronic hepatitis.

More from Ed with additions of some data by the webmaster.

1st Marriage:   Ohio Marriages:  Andrew Gardheffner married Mary Ann Webb, 7 Nov 1841, in Stark County, Ohio

The 1850 Stark County Census I referred to was also for Lawrence Township (dwelling 633, family 649).  In the 1850 census, Andrew "Gardhefer," age 29, born in Germany, is listed as head of a household in Stark County Ohio.  Also in the household are Mary, age 31, Catherine, age 8, Mary, age 7, William, age 2, and Jas age 4 months.  Andrew's occupation is listed as a baker.

On the preceding page the family of John and Christina Hammer is listed (dwelling 421,  family 433).   I understand that they are John A. Hammer and Christiana Goerthoefner/Gardheffner, married 11 May 1824 in Germany.  This comes from another researcher.

2nd Marriage:   Ohio Marriages:  Married Mary A. Sallmon, 5 May 1852, in Stark County, Ohio. 

I took a few minutes and starting looking in the 1860 Census files for Lawrence TWP, Stark County and found A. Gardheffner.  Looks like the same family as Andrew Gardheffner's in the 1850 census. 
1860 Census Fulton P.O., Lawrence Twp, Stark Co
A. Gardhathen [spelled that way on the census] age 40, a warehouseman, born in Bavaria;  Mary A. age 41 b. PA; Mary A. age 16 b. OH; William, age 12 b. OH; James A. age 10, b. OH; George F, age 8 b. OH. 

3rd Marriage:   After the war he married Helen Shondel, widow of Francis Marshall.  [Helen and Francis Marshall were the parents of Joseph Marshall who served in this Company G of the 120 Ohio Volunteer Infantry with Andrew Gardheffner. Francis had died on March 13th 1864.   Helen died on September 17th 1869.  But Andrew continued to live for awhile with his step-son, Joseph Marshall as evidenced in the 1870 census.

[1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1280, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 106:  Joseph MARSHAL, age 26 OH, stone mason, Catharine, age 25 OH; Mary F. J., age 2 OH; Clement, age 9 months OH, born August 1869; Henry, age 24 OH, teaching school;  Andrew GARDHEFNER, age 49 Bavaria, stone mason. ]

In the 1870 census, Andrew Gardhefner, age 49, is living in the household of his step-son and fellow Civil War veteran, Joseph Marshall.  Others in the household are Joseph's wife Catherine, daughter Mary Frances, son Clement, and brother Henry.  Both Joseph and Andrew are noted as being stone masons.  Henry's occupation is given as teaching school.  Andrew's birthplace is listed as Bavaria

The 1870 census was for Chippewa Twp., Wayne Co.   And it was Joseph Marshall and Andrew Gardheffner who were the stone masons.  [Joseph's younger brother Henry's occupation in 1870 was School Teacher.  He had lost a leg in 1864 when he was 17 in a farm accident (a tree fell on him during  land clearing).  Consequently he attended High School in Canton.   It seems likely that it was during this time that his mother, Helen SHONDEL Marshall, was married to Andrew Gardheffner.  She had been widowed in March 1864 and died in September 1869.   Henry went on to become the Wayne County Recorder and a Deputy Probate Judge.]

[Pension Index:  Andrew GARDHEFFNER, G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1879 May 12, Application 285636, Certificate 201051.  Widow, Barbara GARDHEFFNER, filed 1887 June 7, Application 355990; Certificate 239868 in OH. The only reference to Andrew Gardhefner's children in the pension files was a statement that he had no children under age 16 (in his widow's pension application).  I have not yet checked for a will or obituary and have not done a manual search of the 1860 census. ]

[1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1067, Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, page 54:  Margaret BERNOWER, age 60 Elsass, parents born Elsass [Note: Alsace]; Elisabeth, age 29 OH, daughter, tailoring, parents born Elsass; Philip, son, age 23 OH, traveling agent, parents born Elsass;  Augustus, son, age 20 OH, clerk in grocery, parents born Elsass; Andru GARDHEFNER, boarder, age 58 OH, day laborer, parents born Prussia.]  

4. Married Barbara Yack, 8 Nov. 1881, in Canal Fulton, Stark County, Ohio.  Barbara had been previously married to Michael Elzbeck & Paul Ries, both deceased by 1881.  Barbara died on April 18th 1908. In the widow's pension papers, Barbara stated that Andrew had been previously married three times.

[1890 Special Veterans Schedule: Barbara Gardhefner, wife of Andrew Gardhefner, line 29, House 459, Family 481, Private Co G 120th OH Inf.  Post Office Canal Fulton, Stark Co, OH.]

John and Christina Hammer's son, Jacob, married Mary E. Kindig, (the daughter of Benjamin Kindig and Elizabeth Whitman of Chippewa Twp., Wayne County).  Jacob and Mary lived in Wayne County.  My 2nd great-grandmother's sister, Sarah Shondel, also married a Kindig.  [Sarah become a sister-in-law to Andrew Gardheffner when he married Helen SHONDEL Marshall.]  So in addition to Andrew Gardheffner having served with Joseph Marshall, there seemed to have been another marriage tie between the extended families.  John and Christina GARDHEFFNER Hammer also had a son named Andrew.   An Andrew Hammer provided one of the affidavits that accompanied Barbara YACK Gardheffner's widow's pension application.

Anyway, I'm not absolutely sure if your "A. Gardhefner" or my "Andrew Gardhefner" from the 1850 census is our veteran, but the name of Andrew's first wife is noted as Mary Webb in the affidavit's which accompanied Barbara YACK Gardheffner's pension application; which fits with "Mary" age 31
listed with "Andrew Gardhefner" as opposed to "Christina" listed with "A. Gardhefner". Pension Index:  Andrew GARDHEFFNER, G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1879 May 12.  Widow, Barbara GARDHEFFNER, filed 1887 June 7 in OH.  

Andrew died on 8 March 1887, in Canal Fulton, at age 66 years, 8 months and 8 days. [From a transcript from the "Stark County Probate Court Record of Deaths," which was included in his pension file.]
 
Moreover we can't even be sure that the four children mentioned in the 1850 household of Andrew are his children since relationships were not stated in the 1850 census - there's a slight chance they were a relative's children).  

I don't know where Andrew Gardheffner is buried.  I assume it's in Canal Fulton where he died.  Another researcher  mentioned that she and her husband found a Gardheffner grave in Sts. Philip and James Catholic Church Cemetery in Canal Fulton, Ohio, this past summer.  They were looking for Hammers and Weavers and saw the Gardheffner grave, but it didn't "fit" with the data they had at the time.   Christina (Gardheffner) and her husband, John A. Hammer are buried there.

I have not found a record of where my gg-grandmother, Helen SHONDEL Marshall / Gardheffner, is buried either.  Nor have I found a record in either Wayne or Stark Counties of her death.  [Her death date comes from family records and a biographical sketch of Henry Marshall published in 1889.]

Oh, here's a little tidbit that I made some longhand notes on several years ago at the Ohio History Center in Columbus (wish I had an exact copy):
From Tri-County Weekly News - Doylestown, Ohio - (microfilm roll 19204):
In the 16 June 1892 issue:
Brave 120th Reunion at Doylestown on June 14th ... 24th annual reunion, one company of which "G" was mainly formed by boys from this vicinity.
Formed up at 10:00 A.M. - marched to the public square
One hundred present (53 of 111 of Company G are known to be living)

In the 1 June 1893 edition, Tri-County Weekly News - Doylestown, Ohio:
The 120th OVI will hold 25th reunion at Mansfield O. on Tuesday, June 13 and Memorial Day Decorations of soldiers graves in Doylestown on Tuesday May 30, 1892 - Chestnut Hill cemetery by the G.A.R. ex-soldiers present [Marshall, Joseph Co. G 120 OVI included in list]
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**I wonder if the second marriage in my outline might have been for a different Andrew Gardheffner (or 
an out right error on someone's part).  Our veteran was said to have been married three times before he
married Barbara Yack.  Assuming the Helen SHONDEL Marshall seems to have been the 2nd wife (since Andrew Hammer said that Andrew Gardheffner's 3rd wife was Mary Houck who died April 3, 1874).
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Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Saints Philip and James Church Cem

GARDHEFFNER, A W Sr b. Feb 13 1795 d. Aug 25 1855 age 60-6-12   [Is this Andrew's father?]
GARDHEFFNER, Mary A d. Mar 19 1862 (w/o A Jr) age 42-11-3    [Andrew's first wife]
GARDHEFFNER. Mary d. Apr 3 1879 (w/o A)   [Andrew's second wife]

GARDHEFFNER, Andrew d. 8 Mar 1887

     

GATES, Howard    21 Aug 1862        Howard Elias GATES
Howard, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.   He was discharged 23 Nov 1863 at Columbus OH on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father:  John GATES
Mother:  Elizabeth GALEHOUSE
Birth:  11 Mar 1846, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  
Clarhist BUGHLER
Death:   21 Oct 1932, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne, OH
Cemetery: Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH

Photo Credit:  Jerry Holderfield

Howard Gates  1846 - 1932 is buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Doylestown OH,  near John And Elizabeth Gates and near Clarissa 1864 - 1901     Ohio Death index: Howard Gates died 21 Oct 1932

Pension Index:  Howard GATES, G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1877 Aug 17, Application 240532; Certificate 149421.  No state given.

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dweling 82, Family 82:  Jno GATES, age 39 PA, foundryman; Eliz, age 32 OH; Elias, age 4 OH; ?Fred [male], age one OH.  

I think this is Howard.....Elias H.
1860 Census, Doylestown, Wayne County, OH, page 361:  John GATES, age 49 PA, farmer; Elisabeth, age 41 OH;
Elias H, age 14 OH; Louisa J, age 5 OH; Mary D, age 2 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Howard Gates' residence as Chippewa.  

Discharge Record on microfilm at Wayne Co OH, Book 1 page 482:
Howard Gates of Co G 120th.  There is a note that states he was not fit for the invalid Corps because of disease contracted in the service.  He was 18 when he enrolled, 6' and ½" tall, fair complexion, hazle eyes, brown hair.  He was a farmer when he enrolled.  The Oath of Identification, dated 3 July 1866, states that his residence was Doylestown, Wayne co OH.

1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County OH, page 107:  Howard GATES, age 24 OH, farmer; Clarissa, age 23 OH.  [Living in the next dwelling are John and Elizabeth GATES and children Lousa Ida [15], Mary Della [12], and John [5].]

In the 1880 census Howard Gates is living in Doylestown, Wayne County, Ohio and he had a millinery store.   He is 34 years old, born in OH.  His father was born in PA and his mother in OH.  His wife Clarissa was age 33 born in OH and was a milliner.  Her father was born in France and her mother in PA. 

1890 Veterans Schedule, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH: line 9, House 91, Family 94, Howard GATES, Private, Co G 120 OVI, Post Office Doylestown, disability chronic diarrhea

1900 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 74:  Howard GATES, age 54 OH, born Mar 1846, married 35 yrs, parents born OH, a farmer; Clarissa, wife, age 54 OH, born May 1846, married 35 yrs, 3 children/0 still living, father born OH, mother born PA.

1910 Census, Gates Street, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 80:  Howard E GATES, age 64 OH, widowed, farmer on home farm, father born PA, mother born OH.  [Column 30 is marked UA for service in the military.]

1920 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County OH, page 80:  Howard GATES, age 73 OH, widower,  retired farmer, parents born PA.

Daily Record, 22 Oct 1932 page 2 states that Howard Gates died at age 86. Born 11 March 1846 on a farm near No 7 school near Doylestown in Chippewa township where he remained all his life.  It says he was 16 when he enlisted.  In 1866 he was married to Clarhist Bughler but she had died 30 years earlier.  Burial at Doylestown cemetery.
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There is also an obituary in the Rittman Press 27 Oct 1932, page 7, which repeats much of the same wording as the article above.  But it does add some interesting facts.  It says that the farm where Howard was born was the Galehouse farm.  This article spells his wife's name Clarissa Bughler.  It states that he leaves two sisters, Mrs. Ida Rininger of Akron and Mrs. William Allensworth of Doylestown.  Burial at Chestnut Hill.

Death record in Ohio:  61891 Howard GATES, of Doylestown, died 21 Oct 1932 in Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  Widowed, wife Clarissa BUCHER.  Born 11 Mar 1846 in Doylestown RD OH.  Father John GATES, born PA.  Mother Elizabeth GALEHOUSE, born Doylestown RD, Wayne Co OH.  Burial Chestnut Hill.  Informant, Mrs Geo. B. HARTER, of 209 So. Balch St. Akron, OH.  

GAUTIE, Albert    22 Aug 1862     GOUTER
Albert, age 28,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
He was discharged 20 Mar 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1833>  France
Marriage:  
Mary E. GRIMM, 1875
Death:  
2 Jan 1922, Orrville, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Crown Hill Cem, Orrville, Wayne Co OH

Cemetery stone for Albert Gouter and MaryCemetery
stone for Albert Gouter and Mary Photo Credit:  Jerry Holderfield

See Albert and Mary's stone here.  Notice that Co. G, 120th OVI is written on top of the stone.

Pension Index:  Albert GOUTER, G 120th OH.  Invalid filed 1875 Sept 8, Application 207951, Certificate 177010.  No state given.   

Note: Albert's wife, Mary Grimm Gouter, was born July 25, 1847 and died September 16, 1906.
Discharge record on microfilm at Wayne co OH, book 2 page 89:
Albert Gautie of Co G 120th was born in Octavars, Switzerland. [Can not locate.]  He was 28 yrs when he enrolled.  He was 5' 7", with light complexion, gray eyes and light hair.  He was a farmer. The Oath of Identity was not filled out.

Came to US 1854

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1050, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 56:  Albert GLADIE, age 26 France..........living with Fred [55] and Magdalene [51] WINGER AND FAMILY.  Fred was born in Switzerland and Magdalene in France.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Albert Gautie's residence as Orrville.  

1870 I looked again and could not fine Albert and family.

<1875> marriage

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1077, Orrville, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 229:  Albert GOTIER, age 41 France, farmer, parents born France; Mary, wife, age 32 Switzerland, parents born Switzerland; Lena M, daughter, age 3 OH; Albert H, son, age 1 month OH, born May 1880.

1890 Census, East Union Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 2, House 45, Family 48:  Albert H. GOUTER, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Post Office:  Orrville OH.  Disability:  Wounded in right side and rheumatism.

1900 Census, Series T623, Roll 1331, North Main St, Orrville, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 194:  Albert GOTIE, age 62 Germany, born Oct 1837, married 25 yrs, retired invalid, emigrated 1854, lived in US 46 yrs, naturalized, parents born Germany;  Mary R, wife, age 53 Germany, married 25 yrs, 3 children/3 still living; parents born Germany; Albert W, son, age 20 OH, born May 1880, single, hotel clerk; Emma F, daughter, age 17 OH, single, born March 1883.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1239, Orrville, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 189:  Albert GOUTER [could be misread as GONTER], age 73 France [spoke French], 1st marriage 35 yrs, 3 children/3 still living [wife died <1907>], retired farmer, parents born France, not marked for military service; Lena, daughter, age 33 OH, divorced, father born France [spoke French], mother born Switzerland [spoke French], housekeeper; Emma, daughter, age 26 OH, divorced, 3 children/3 still living; Robert CHAPMAN, grandson, age 9 OH, parents born OH; Raymond CHAPMAN, age 8 OH, parents born OH; Relia? CHAPMAN, granddaughter, age 6 OH, parents born OH.  

1920 Census, Series T625 Roll 1448, North Main St, Orrville, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 219:  Albert GOUTER, age 87 France, widowed, emigrated 1849, naturalized 1854, parents born France, no occupation; Lena, daughter, age 42 OH, single, parents born France, no occupation.  

The Ohio Civil War veterans Grave Registration site says that
Albert Gautie (Albert Gouter) Company G 120th was buried in Wayne co OH.
I found him buried [4 Jan 1922] in Crown Hill Cemetery in Orrville, Wayne Co OH.  Wayne Co burials book says he was 88 years old.  [Block 6, Lot 11]
The Ohio death index online has Albert H. Gouter, died 2 Jan 1922.
 

Obituary Contributed by Robert Robinson, great grandson of Albert Gautie [Gouter]

Albert Gouter, Sr.Albert Henry Gouter, aged and highly respected citizen of this city died at his home , 709 North Main Street at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. He had been in ill health for the past several years and suffered several strokes of paralysis, which ultimately developed arterial sclerosis, which caused his death. He was aged 88 years.
 Mr. Gouter was born in France in 1833, and when a small boy came to America and located at Mt. Eaton. When he arrived here this section of the country was unsettled and the land that is now the richest agricultural section of the state, was nothing but stumps, woods and underbrush. He lived to see a wonderful change in this locality and often would in his native tongue converse with his friends regarding the developments that he had observed.
  In 1875 he was united in marriage to Mary E. Grimm, and to this union were born three children, one son, Albert W. Gouter; and two daughters, Miss Lena, this city; and Mrs. Emma Croker of Cleveland, whom with six grandchildren survive him. His faithful wife preceded him to the great beyond by fifteen years.
 Mr. Gouter was a veteran of the Civil war, enlisting in the United States service at Orrville, August 22, 1862, mustered into service in Capt. W.G. Myers Co., G, 120th O.V.I., to serve three years. He was wounded in the right side during battle and taken to a field hospital, where he remained two months, recovering from the wound. He was granted an honorable discharge with a surgeon's certificate of disability.
 He engaged in some of the fiercest battles of the war, such as Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas Post, Thompson Hill, siege of Vicksburg, Big Black River, Jackson, and numerous skirmishes. He was a member of Wayne Post, G.A.R. He was for the past 45 years a faithful and devoted member of Christ Reformed church, and was regular in attendance until his health became so impared that he was forced to remain away from services.

Funeral services were held at the home at 2:00 o'clock this Thursday afternoon, conducted by Rev. M.P. Schoepfle. Burial in Crown Hill cemetry.

[Text added by rroboh on 20 Mar 2009]

Death record in Ohio: File #6049, Albert Henry GOUTER, of North Main St, died 2 Jan 1922 at Orrville, Wayne Co OH.  Widower.  Retired.  Wife Mary GOUTER.  Born 18 Oct 1833 in France.  Parents not known.  Burial Crown Hill Cem.  Informant Albert GOUTER Jr., of Orrville OH.  

Daughter's Death record in Ohio: File #12611, Lena GOUTER, of 428 N. Vine St, died 9 Feb 1932 at Orrville, Wayne Co OH.  Single.  Born 1 Feb 1876 at Orrville OH.  Father Albert GOUTER, born France.  Mother Emma CURRIE  [Not correct:  See obituary above], born Green Twp, OH.  Burial Crown Hill Cem.  Informant A. W. GOUTER, of Orrville OH.  [Note:  The informant on this one got Lena's mother's maiden name wrong!]

GOCHENHOUR, John    22 Aug 1862    GOCHNAUER  
John, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.   He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.
John enlisted at Orrville.
Father:  Samuel GOCHNAUER
Mother:  Catherine HOOVER
Birth:  16 Aug
1843, East Union Twp,Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   Margaret STONER, 15 Aug 1867, Wooster, Wayne Co OH
Death:  
8 Jan 1913, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Crown Hill Cem, Orrville, Wayne Co OH

Stone PhotoStone Photo Photo Credit:  Jerry Holderfield

 Pension Index:  John GOCHNAUER, G 120th and G 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1879 Oct 31, Application 319116; Certificate 352028 .  Widow, Margaret GOCHNAUER, filed 1913 Jan 30, Application 1000.885; Certificate 757, 338, filed in OH.  

1850 Census, Sugar Creek, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 28, Family 28: Saml GOEHNAUER, age 32 PA; Catharine, age 29 PA: Martha A, age 8 oh; John A., age 6 oh; Saml, age 5 OH; Mary E, age 3  OH; Philip, age 1 OH.  

1860 Census, Sugar Creek Twp, Wayne County OH, page 103:  Saml GOCHNANER OR GOCHNAUER, age 42 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 39 PA; Martha, age 18 OH;  John, age 16 OH;  Samuel, age 14 OH;  Mary, age 12 OH;  Philip, age 10 OH;  Franklin, age 8 OH; David, age 6 OH; George, age 4 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John Gochenour's residence as Chippewa Twp,Wayne Co OH.

1870 not with parents....haven't found yet

1880 Census, Sugar Creek, Wayne County, OH, page 330:  John GOCHNAUER, age 37 OH, farmer, parents born PA;  Margaret, wife, age 34 OH, parents born PA; Anna, daughter, age 12 OH; Mary E, daughter, age 10 OH;  Catharine, daughter, age 7 OH;  William, son, age 5 OH;  Samuel, son, age 3 OH; Ada A, daughter, age 1 OH.  

Hardesty's Wayne County version, page 497  See Sources
Sugar Creek Township
John A. Gochnauer enlisted at Orrville, August 22, 1862, and was mustered into Company G, 120th Ohio volunteer Infantry at Camp Mansfield, the first of September.  He went with the regiment into the field, where it was assigned to the 13th army corps under Sheridan, and joined his forces before the battle of Chickasaw Bayou.  In this battle he was not a participant, having been a victim of chronic diarrhea for several weeks, and being so reduced that he could barely walk, and was not allowed to leave the boat, either there or at Arkansas Post.  He participated in the vigorous campaigning under Grant before Vicksburg, having first suffered further sickness, as did most of the regiment, at Youngs Point, and he fought at Thompsons Hill, Raymond, Black River Bridge, the two assaults on Vicksburg and at Jackson.  The regiment was then transferred to Louisiana, and for one month, fall of 1863, he was detailed orderly for the general commanding at New Orleans.  When the regiment was at Plaquemine he received thirty days furlough, which was extended sixty days, his illness continuing.  He reported to his regiment near Baton Rouge, started with it up the Red river, was captured at the sinking of the City Belle, and taken to the Camp Ford prison in Tyler county, Texas.  Thirteen months he was confined there, suffering all that man can suffer and live.  He with a companion laid out a plan for escape, to bribe the guards, get a start and make for Mexico, as the boys trying to make their way north were about all recaptured.  But the prisoners were removed for parole, and returned to God's country. [Ohio]  He was mustered out at Columbus, July 7, 1865.  Notwithstanding the loss of his health, which has never been restored, he has not been granted the pension for which he applied, and to which he is entitled.[1885] He was born in East Union township,. Wayne county, August 16, 1843, son of Samuel and Catharine (Hoover) Gochnauer.  In Wooster he married Margaret Stoner, August 15, 1867, and their children were born:  Anna Odessa, May 26, 1868; Mary Elizabeth, December 5, 1870; Jeannetta Catharine, August 8, 1872; William Franklin, June 6, 1874; Samuel Clyde, March 21, 1877; Ada Almeda, May 20, 1879; Thomas Edward, Sep 13, 1881.  Margaret, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth (Oberlin) Stoner, was born in Wood County, Ohio, June 25, 1845.  Mr. Gochnauer is farming near Dalton, which is his postoffice address.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Sugar Creek Twp, Wayne Co OH: Line 7, House 35, Family 36:  John A. GOCHNAUR, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Post Office Dalton, Wayne Co OH.  Disability: chronic diarrhoea.  

1900 Census, Series T623 Roll 1322, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, page 127:  John A. GOCHNAUER, age 56 OH, born Aug 1843, married 32 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Margaret S, wife, age 54 OH, born June 1845, married 32 yrs, 8 children/8 still living; parents born PA; Anna A TIECHE, daughter, age 32 OH, born May 1868, married 9 yrs, 1 child/1 still living; Verne TIECHE, grandson, age 8 OH, born Apr 1892, father born Germany, mother born OH; William GOCHNAUER, son, age 25 OH, single, born June 1874, farm laborer;  Samuel, son, age 23 OH, single, born Mar 1877, farm laborer; Thomas E, son, age 18 OH, single, born Sep 1881; George G, son, age 15 OH, single, born May 1885.

1910 Census, Baughman Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 25:  John GOCHNAUER, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, farmer on general farm, father born PA, mother born OH; Margaret, wife, age 64 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, 8 children/8 still living, parents born Pa;  Samuel C, son, age 33 OH, single, farmer on general farm; Thomas E, son, age 28 OH, farmer on general farm, single; George C, son, age 25 OH, farm labor at home, single. [Column 30 indicates UA as service in the military for John.]

Dalton Gazette [in Wayne co. OH], page 1, Thursday, 16 Jan 1913
Aged Farmer Dies
    John A. Gochnauer, a widely known and aged farmer, living near Burton City [east of Orrville in Wayne county OH], contracted a cold a week or ten days ago, which on Friday last developed into an attack of pneumonia and caused his death Wednesday morning at 4 o'clock, aged 69 years.
    Mr. Gochnauer was a civil war veteran, and a life long resident of Wayne county, having been born near the home where he died.  He is survived by a wife, eight children, four brothers, S. J. of Massilon; D. H. of near Orrville; Frank and George, of this place, and one sister Mrs. Barr of Ashland. [all these places are in OH]
    Mr. & Mrs. George Gochnauer, sons Wade and Clayton; Mrs. Susan Caldwell, Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Caldwell and Mr. L.C. Davison, of this place attended the funeral, which was held Saturday last from the Orrville Reformed church.
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Ohio Death Index: John A. Gochnauer died 8 Jan 1913 in Wayne county OH.
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Wayne County Burials book:
Section B, lot #24
John A. Goghnauer, buried Crown Hill cemetery in Orrville OH, buried 10 Jan 1913, age 69 years.
Margaret, buried 14 Jun 1923 age 77 years.

Wayne County Grave Registration Cards book:
John Abraham Gochnauger, address Wayne County OH, died 1913, born 1843, buried at Crown Hill in Orrville OH, Lot #24, block #9, grave #3.

Death record in Ohio:  Fiel #6174, John Abraham GOCHNAUER died 8 Jan 1913 at Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Farmer.  Born 16 Aug 1843 at Wayne Co OH.  Parents Samuel GOCHNAUER and Catherine HOOVER, born PA.  Burial Crown Hill Cem.  Informant Mrs. Jno GOCHNAUER, of Orrville OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File #41318, Margaret GOCHNAUER died 12 June 1923 at Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Widow.  Husband John GOCHNAUER.  Born 25 June 1845 at Stark Co OH.  Parents Chas STONER and Elizabeth OBERLIN, born PA.  Burial Crown Hill Cem.  Informant Mrs. O. V. GARDNER, of Orrville OH.  

GOLDEN, Thomas    18 Jan 1864   GOLDWIN
Thomas, age 25,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department. Also listed in Co G, 114th.  

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1839>
Marriage:  

Death:  
Cemetery:

Also listed as Thomas GOLDWIN in military records.

Age is not quite right:  
Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865:  
1Thomas GOLDEN, Wadsworth, Medina Co OH, age as of 1 July 1863 was 28; white, single, born Ireland.
2Thomas GOLDEN, Upper Twp, Lawrence Co OH, age 28, white, married, born OH.

Have not found any pension index listing.  

GROW, Alfred C.    22 Jan 1864
Alfred, age 24,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.
T
ransferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co B, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 10 May 1866.   [July, 1861 he enlisted in Company H, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, under Capt. James Brady, but he was discharged in January, 1862, at Washington, D. C., on account of disability.]

Father:  John W. GROW
Mother:  Caroline WAKEFIELD
Birth:  7 May 1840, Mehoopany, Wyoming Co PA
Marriage:  1Annie WILES, 4 Feb 1860, Springville Twp, Susquehanna co PA
2Sarah C. LOTT LINABERRY, 24 Nov 1909, Broome, Schoharie Co NY.
Death:   1 Mar 1930, Springville Twp, Susquehanna co PA
Cemetery:  Lynn Cem, Springville Twp, Susquehanna co PA.

Cemetery Photo Credit:  Steve Mokris at
Find a Grave
Portrait Credit:  From Susan Bennet Dyson, great-great-granddaughter of Alfred GROW.

Alfred Grow

 

Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865, 30 June 1863: Auburn Twp, Susquehanna Co PA, line 20 GROW, Alfred, age 24, white, farmer, married, born PA.  Does not list previous military service.  

Pension record index: Alfred C. Grow of Co G 120th OVI, Co. B 48th OVVI, Co K of the 114th OVI, and at some point was in this PA company....H1PA LA [Light Artillery] 
He filed for his invalid pension 26 Jun 1889, Application 712888; Certificate 509290, filed in Pennsylvania.  [He mustered into 1st PA Light Artillery Battery H on 5 Aug 1861.  Mustered out 23 Sep 1861.]

From Susan, great-great-granddaughter of Alfred GROW.

Commemorative Biographical Record of Northeastern Pennsylvania J. H. Beers & Co. 1900 Page 1164
Alfred C. Grow, one of the progressive and well-to-do general farmers of Auburn township, Susquehanna County, was born May 7, 1840, Mehoopany, Wyoming Co., Penn., son of John W. Grow and Caroline (Wakefield) Grow. John W. Grow [Alfred's father] was born January 3, 1820, in Connecticut, son of Danford and Chloye (Jones) Grow, who became early settlers of Meshoppen, Penn. In Meshoppen township, Wyoming county, he met and married Caroline Wakefield [Alfred's mother], a native of Massachusetts, daughter of Cyrus Wakefield, a farmer and they soon afterward removed to Mehoopany, where Mr. Grow operated a sawmill, and also carried on a coopering business. Seven children were born to their union, namely; Alfred C., James, who died in Akron, Ohio; Philander, who died while serving in the Civil war; Adelia, wife of Franklin Bullock, a retired citizen of Tunkhannock, Penn.; Emerson, a blacksmith, living in Illinois; George, who runs a sawmill in Auburn township; and Uneca, who died in childhood. The mother died in 1855 at Meshoppen, Penn., where she was buried, and where the father now lives retired. He married, for his second wife, Mrs. Eunice White, and to them were born children as follows; Inez, married to Solomon Baker, a stone mason of Meshoppen; Ida, wife of Maleel Harvey, a farmer of Kizerville, Penn., and Hattie, wife of John Harvey, who owns a farm near Kizerville. Mr. Grow is a member of the Baptist Church. Alfred C. Grow received his education in the public schools and remained under the parental roof up to the age of fifteen years, after his mother’s death making his home with an uncle for a year. Between the ages of thirteen and fifteen he worked in a sawmill at Meshoppen. For a few years during his early manhood he worked with various farmers, and he also lived at home for two years. For three months he was engaged in repair work on the river dam, and for two or three years prior to his marriage ran a sawmill in Springville township, Susquehanna County, which his father rented. After his marriage, in 1860, he purchased a mill in Springville, which he ran for six months, at the end of that time moving to Lymanville, Penn., where he engaged in farming for a year. In July, 1861, he enlisted, for three years, in Company H, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, under Capt. James Brady, but he was discharged in January, 1862, at Washington, D. C., on account of disability. For the next two years he was capable of doing little work, though he carried on farming for about a year, and in December, 1863, he moved to Doylestown, Ohio, where he was employed for a few months in the Buckeye reaper and mower shop. In January, 1864, he re-enlisted, this time in Company G, 120th O. V. I., under Capt. Benjamin Jones, after a few months service with that command transferring to the 114th O. V. I., and later to another Ohio regiment. He participated in the Red River campaign, was in various skirmishes, and was under fire for a week at Blakely, but he was never wounded. He came home on furlough in the fall of 1865, and received an honorable discharge from the service in May. 1866, at Columbus, Ohio. For about one year after his return from the army, Mr. Grow was under the doctor’s care, after which, until 1871, he was employed in the reaper and mower machine shop at Doylestown. In 1872 he returned to Pennsylvania, first renting a farm in Auburn Township, Susquehanna County, The next year he worked the Whitesmith farm, in 1874 and 1875 the Lemuel Blakesley farm at Springville, and subsequently Dr. Gratton’s farm at Benton Center. On his return to Springville he worked for six years for Lemuel Blakesley, and he has since been engaged in farming on his own account at present living on the Beardsley farm, in Auburn township, near the Baptist Church. It comprises 130 acres of good land, and by industry and careful management Mr. Grow has derived a good income from the farm, gaining a well-deserved reputation for progress and thrift in all his undertakings., He is respected by all who know him as intelligent, honest, hard-working man, and is well known in the vicinity of his home. On February 4, 1860, Mr. Grow was united in Marriage with Miss Annie Wiles, the ceremony taking place in Springville township, and they have had children as follows; Clark E.; who died at the age of six years; Caroline A., wife of Thomas Bagles, a machinist of Towanda, Penn.; James L., a farmer of Rush township, Susquehanna county; John, who died at the age of twenty-five years; Alfred E. a molder, of Towanda, who married Eva Lake; Blanche V., married to Burton Thomas, who owns a farm in Springville; Edith, wife of Fred Thomas, who owns a farm in Springville; Charles, a farmer of Auburn township; Harry and Clara, twins, the former living at home, the later married to Zibe Lott; and Wileston T. and Burton C. living at home. Mr. Grow takes a deep interest in religious matters, uniting with the Baptist Church, to which most of the family belong, and in which he has held the office of deacon for six years. His political sympathies are with the Republican party. Socially he belongs to the G. A. R. and I. O. O. F., and he and his wife are members of the Daughters of Rebekah. Mrs. Annie (Wiles) Grow was born March 2, 1844, near Meshoppen, Penn. Her mother, Martha Boughton, was twice married, and Annie was born to the first union, but as she was only a young child when her mother wedded Martin Wiles she always went by her stepfather’s name. Mrs. Wiles lived to the advanced age of eighty-seven years. As the family consisted of eleven children Mrs. Grow commenced to help when but ten years of age, going to school winters and doing housework and spinning in the summers. She married Mr. Grow at the age of sixteen, Always studious, quiet and unassuming, she gained many friends, and she is an active Church worker, having from early life been a constant attendant of Sabbath-school and Church. She is president of the Mission Circle, and may always be relied upon in any good work. Presidents, Soldiers,Statesmen Volume II H. H. Hardesty, Publisher, 1895
Alfred C. Grow Born in Mahoopany, Wyoming Co., Pa., May 7, 1840, was a son of John W. and Caroline (Wakefield) Grow, the former living, the latter deceased. He was married in Springville, Pa., to Annie Wiles and they have had the following children, their births occurring in the order given -- Caroline A., James, Alfred E., Blanch V., Edith A., Charles T., Harry D., Clara C., Willie T. and Burtie C. His wife was born in Meshoppen, Wyoming Co., Pa., of parents, Martin and Martha (Boughton) Wiles, both of whom are living. Comrade Grow was a cooper by trade and was 21 years of age at the time of his enlistment, July 13, 1861, at Scranton, Pa. He became a private of Bat. 11, 1st Pa. L. A. In the fall of 1861 he was stricken with typhoid fever and was treated in hospitals at Washington, D.C. and Georgetown, D. C., about six weeks; he was honorably discharged Dec. 28, 1861, at Camp Key West, D.C., on account of physicial disability. Jan. 20, 1864, finding his health much improved, he re-enlisted at Wooster, Ohio, in Co. G, 120th O. V. I. October, 1865, he was furloughed at Houston, Texas, for sixty days with extension; his battle record consisted of guard and garrison duty in 1st enlistment; during his second enlistment, Red River Expedition, siege of Mobile and capture of Mobile; he was honorably discharges May 10, 1866, at Columbus, O. He had two brothers in service, James W. in Bat 11, 1st Pa. L. A., and Philander in a Pa. Regt., died in service. Comrade Grow is past Com. of H. C. Titman Post 93, his occupation is that of a farmer and his address is Auburn Four Corners, Pa. >Montrose Independent March 13, 1930
Death of A. C. Grow Aged Resident of Springville Passes Away Saturday From Heart Attack A Civil War Veteran Alfred C. Grow died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Bagley, Springville, on Saturday morning at about ten o’clock, Mr. Grow had been ill about a week with heart trouble. Had he lived until May 7th he would have attained his ninetieth year. Deceased had spent his entire life in the county, residing in Springville and Auburn townships. He was a splendid type of citizen, one of the few remaining veterans of the Civil War, and was long an ardent Republican. His wife died about three years ago. He is survived by four sons, Harry Grow, Bert Grow, of Dimock; Will Grow of Elk Lake; and James Grow, Chino Cal., and one Daughter Mrs. Bagley. Another son, Fred died in Thomas, W. Va., the past year. One sister and a brother also survive, Mrs. Ziba Lott, Auburn Center and Charles Grow, Nebraska. The funeral was largely attended in the Baptist church, Springville, on Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock; the Rev. C. R. Wheeler officiating. The bearers were six grandsons; Fred Bagley, Sheldon Grow, Ralph Grow, Rex Thomas, Leland Corey and Paul McLaud.

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1850 Census, Washington, Wyoming Co PA, Dwelling 218, Family 219:  John GROO, age 30 PA, saw mill; Caroline, age 28 CT; Alfred, age 10 PA; James, age 7 PA; Philander, age 5 PA; Adelia, age 2 PA; Emerson, age 3 months PA; Jasper WAKEFIELD, age 26 CT; Geo GROO, age 20 PA.  

1860 Census, Series M653 Roll 1186. Springville, Susquehanna Co PA, page 843:  Alfred GROW, age 20 PA, farm laborer; Anna, age 16 PA, wife.  
They are living right next on the census to John GROW, age 40 PA, sawyer; Adelia, age 12 PA; Emmerson, age 10 PA; Peter HENRY?, age 22 PA, sawyer.  

It would appear that Alfred came to Wayne County in about 1863-64 and then joined Company G 120th.
1870 Census, Chippewa Township, Wayne Co OH  page 105:  Alfred Grow (30 PA) a blacksmith;  Anna (26 PA);  Caroline (7  PA);  James (4 OH);  John (2 OH)

At some point betweein 1870 and 1880, Alfred returned to PA with his family:

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1205, Nicholson Twp, Wyoming Co PA, page 119:  Alpheus C GROW, age 48 PA [should be about 40], farming, parents born PA; Anna, age 37 PA, wife, quizy?, parents born PA; Carrie, daughter, age 17 PA; James, son, age 14 OH; John, age 11 OH; Fred, son, age 10 PA; Blanch, daughter, age 7 PA; Edith, daughter, age 5 PA; Charley, son, age 8 PA; Harry, son, age 6 months PA; Clara, daughter, age 6 months PA.....the twins were born in Dec 1879.

 Susquehanna County and Wyoming County are next to each other in northeastern Pa.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Springville, Susquehanna Co PA:  Line 19, House 118, Family 121: Alfred C. GROW, Pviate, Co H 1st PA L. A.   Post Office Springville. Susquehanna Co PA.  Discharged for disability.  Reinlisted Jan 20 '64.  Discharded May 10 '66.

1900 Census, Auburn Twp, Susquehanna, PA, Dwelling 114, Family 114; Alfred C. GROW, age 60 PA, farmer, born May 1840, parents born PA, married 40 yrs; Anna, wife, age 56 PA, born Mar 1944, married 40 yrs, 12 children/10 still living, parents born PA; William T, son, age 17 PA, single,  born Nov 1892 PA, farm laborer; Burton C., son, age 14 PA, born Jan 1886, farm laborer.    [Harry GROW, age 20 PA was living in Dimock Twp, Susquehanna Co PA in 1900.]

World Connect:  Alfred C GROW married Sarah C. LOTT LINABERRY on 24 Nov 1909 in Broome, Schoharie Co NY.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1421, Auburn Twp, Susquehanna Co PA, page 38:  Alfred C GROW, age 69 PA, second marriage, own income, parents born PA, column 30 marked UA for military service;  Sarah C. age 63 PA, second marriage, married 0 yrs, 3 children/3 still living, parents born PA.  

1920 Census, Series T625 Roll 1655, Auburn Twp, Susquehanna Co PA, page 38:  Alfred C GROW, age 79 PA, no occupation, parents born PA; Sarah C, wife, age 74 PA, parents born PA.  

World Connect:  Alfred died 1 Mar 1930 and is buried Lynn Cem, Springville Twp, Susquehanna co PA.    Father John W GROW born Braintrim Twp, Luzerne Co PA, mother Caroline WAKEFIELD, born CT.

HAMMAN, Daniel*    22 Aug 1862            HOMMON [Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System]
Daniel, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a private.  Daniel died 30 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Daniel Hamman as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.
Father:  ??Philip HOMMAN [Ancestry.com tree  KWienrank]
Mother:  ?Elizabeth
Birth:  <1842>
Marriage:  

Death:   30 Jan 1863, Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cem, MS  [not listed...probably buried as an unknown]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Daniel HOWMAN, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf, died 31 Jan 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause:  Rubeola [measles].

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

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

Have not found in Pension Index.

1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 259, Family 261:  Elizabeth HUMMON, age 37 PA, Daniel, age 8 OH; Andrew, age 4 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Daniel HAMMON's residence as Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  

These are very difficult to read.  This is Ancestry.com's interpretation:
1860 Census, Chippewa, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 395, Family 3**:  Barnhart BOS, age 42; Elisabeth BOS, age 47; Catherine BOS, age one; Daniel HOWSMAN, age 18; Andrew J HOMEN, age 14. [Andrew HOWMAN, age 24 born Prussia, is in the 1870 census with wife Eliza and two children, Mary E and Melington.  Andrew HOWMAN, born 1845, and Eliza Yocum Howman are buried in Congress Cem.  
He died 1871. He also served in Civil War.  Andrew J. HOMMAN, 5th OH Cav.  Pension Index:  Andrew HOMMAN, Co I 5th OH Cav, widow Eliza, filed 23 Nov 1888, application 384412, Certificate 348392, filed in OH.  ]

 I think I have the right man identified now.
However......Ancestry.com tree  KWienrank also thinks that Daniel HOWMAN is the Daniel HOUMARD who married Mary E. JEWELRY 8 Sep 1866 in Wayne Co OH.  But there is a Daniel HOWMARD,  age 30, living in Paint Twp, Wayne Co OH in 1860 who could be the person who married Mary JEWELRY. ]  I sent a message to KWienrank on Ancestry.

HARBAUGH, John    20 Aug 1862       John Henry HARBOUGH  [There is also a John HARBAUGH in Company D of the 120th OVI, born about 1835, so he is older than this soldier.]
John, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a Corporal.  He was appointed 12 Ap 1863.  He was transferred to Col K 3rd Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps on 22 Ap 1864.  He mustered out 16 Aug 1865 at Hartford, Connecticut by order of the War Department.

"List of Casualities...while on bourd the Steamer 'City Belle' near 'Snaggy Point' La, May 3d 1864...."  Corpl. John HARBAUGH, missing, wounded in arm. [From the records of the Ohio Adjutant General, available at the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH. Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]


Father:  Henry HARBAUGH
Mother:  Anna BOWERS/POWERS
Birth:   24 July 1844 at Clinton, Summit Co OH
Marriage:  
Margaret WEAVER on 3 Oct 1867 in Summit Co OH
Death:   7 Apr 1916, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH
Cemetery:  Clinton Cem., Summit Co OH

Pension Index:  John HARBAUGH, G 120th and G 114th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1880 June 30, Application 405796; Certificate 356283 .  Widow, Margaret HARBAUGH, filed 1916 May 15, Application 1066.280; Certificate 811330, filed in OH.  

Note on parents:  Ohio Marriages:  Henry HARBOUGH married Anna BOWERS on 1 July 1828 in Wayne Co OH.  

1850 Census, have not found.  

Haven't found in 1860  According to WorldConnect, both parents had died in the 1850s.    

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John Harbaugh's residence as Chippewa, Wayne, OH.  

Ohio Marriages:  John HARBAUGH married Margaret WEAVER on 3 Oct 1867 in Summit Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series M593 Roll 1270, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 236:  John HARBAUGH, age 26 OH, day laborer; Margaret, age 20 OH; Anna, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Series T9 Roll 1069, Clinton, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 238:  John H. HARBAUGH, 36 OH, carpenter, father born PA, mother born OH; Margaret, wife, age 31 OH, parents born OH; Annie E, daughter, age 12 OH; George W, son, age 8 OH; Jacob S, son, age 6 OH; Viola, daughter, age 2 OH; Elizabeth, daughter, age 2 months OH, born May 1880.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH:  Line 37, House 412, Family 419:  John HARBAUGH, Cprl, Co G.  OH Regiment not given.  Joined 20 Aug 1862.  Mustered out 7 July 1865.  Post Office:  Clinton, OH.  

1900 Census, T623 Roll 1324, Wolf? Ave, Precinct B Barberton, Summit Co OH, page 154:  John H. HARBAUGH, age 55 OH, born July?? 1844 OH, married 33 yrs, house painter, father bonr PA, mother born OH; Margaret, wife, age 49? OH, born May 1851, married 33 yrs, 13 children/11 still living, parents born OH; Jacob U?, son, age can't read in OH, born May 1876, ?match factory;  Maude B, daughter, age 18 OH, born Mar?? can't read year, match factory;  ??? J, son, age 16 OH, born Mar 1884, match factory;  Nettie W?, daughter, age 12 OH, born June 1887; Sarah N, daughter, age 10 OH, born aug 1889;  John G, son, age * OH, born Sept 189?; Charles ?, son, age 6 OH, born Sep 1893.  

1910 Census, Series T624 Roll 1234, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 53:  John HARBAUGH, age 65 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, carpenter on odd jobs, parents born OH, column 30 marked UA for military service;  Margaret, wife, age 58 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, parents bornOH;  Noma or Nora, daughter, age 20 OH, single; Charles, son, age 17 OH, single, no occupation.  

Death record in Ohio:  File #28331, John Henry HARBAUGH died 7 Apr 1916 at Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH.  Married.  Carpenter.  Born 24 July 1844 at Clinton OH.  Father Henry HARBAUGH.  Mother Anna BOWERS.  Burial Clinton Cem.  Mrs. W. H. DIEHL, of Barberton OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File #73997, Margaret HARBAUGH died 17 Nov 1917 at Citizens Hospital in Barberton, Summit Co OH.  Widow.  Born 12 May 1848 in Clinton OH.  Father's name not given.  Mother Margaret WEAVER.  Burial Clinton Cem.  

 

HARNEY, John    9 Oct 1862    HURNE   HORNEY
John, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.  John was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.
Father:  ?John HURNE
Mother:  ?Anna barbara RINDLISBACHER
Birth:1843 Switzerland
Marriage:   Sarah MARKLEY, 9 Nov 1869  [died 1918]
Death:  
9 Sep 1896, Green, Wayne, OH
Cemetery:  Crown Hill, Orrville, Wayne Co OH: Secton 1

Stone PhotoStone Photo Photo Credits:  Jerry Holderfield

 Pension Index:  John HORNEY, Co G 130th OH Inf.  Applied for invalid pension 17 May 1886, Application 573618, Certificate 365865;  widow, Sarah HORNEY, applied 24 Nov 1896, Applicationh 644872; Certificate 446285, filed in OH.  

John's parents and siblings?????1860 Census, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 800, Family 818: John HARNEY, age 42 Switzerland, carpenter; Annie, age 50 Switzerland; Elizabeth, age 12 Switzerland; [next page] Albert?, age 9 OH; Christian, age 7 OH; Samuel, age 21 OH, laborer.  Where was John?  [This older John HURNE (Ohio, Deaths and burials at family search) died 28 Mar 1903 at Orrville, Wayne, OH, age 85, born 1818 in Switzerland. Find a Grave  He was a carpenter and widowed.  His wife, at Ancestry by jeraldaminasy was Anna Barbara Rindlisbacher.]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John Harney's residence as East Union Twp, Wayne OH.

Ohio Marriages:  John HARNEY married Sarah MARKLEY on 9 Nov 1869 in Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Census, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 222:  John HORNEY, age 26 Switzerland, farmer, married Nov 1869;  Sarah, age 19 OH, married Nov 1869.  They were living with the Joel and Lovina MARKLY family.

1875 [March 1] Kansas State Cenus, Charleston Twp, Washington Co,  KS, page 6, Dwelling 6, Family 6:  John HURNE Jr., age 32 Switzerland, carpenter, came to KS from OH; Sarah, age 25 OH, came from OH; Ellen, age 4 OH, came from OH; Letta, age 5 KS; Joel, age ?3 months KS.
[Next Dwelling 7, Family 7:  John HURNE, age 58 Switzerland, carpenter, came to KS from OH; Anna, age ?64 Switzerland, came from OH.]

1880 Census, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 217:  John HURNE, age 37 Switzerland, carpenter, parents born Switzerland; Sarah, wife, age 29 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Ellen, daughter, age 10; Arletta, daughter, age 7 OH; Joel, son, age 5 KS; John, son, age 2 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule, Green, Wayne, OH, line 18, Dwelling 285, Family 301, John HURNE, Private in Co G 120th OVI, post office Orrville, rebel prison 13 months
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Wayne County Graves Registration Cards book: John Harney, address Wayne Co OH, died in 1896.  He was born in 1843.  Buried at Crown Hill in Orrville OH....Lot #7, block #3, grave #1

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  John HURNE, died 9 Sep 1896 at Green Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Age 53.  Born 1843.  Carpenter.  Married.  

Son's Ohio Death Record:  John HURNE, died 21 Jul 1950, East Canton, Stark Co OH, age 71.  Born 7 Oct 1878, Orrville, OH.  Widowed.  Parents John HURNE and Sarah MARKLEY.  Burial Crown Hill, Orrville, Wayne, OH. [Canton Repository, 22 July 1950: John Hurne, 72, of East Canton was found dead Friday afternoon in a garden at the home of his brother, Joel Hurne of Route 44 north of East Canton.  Coroner E. C. Reno said death resulted from a heart attack. Mr. Hurne was born in Orrville and lived in Akron before moving to East Canton two years ago.  He is survived by another brother, Albert Hurne of Huntington Park, Calif., and two sisters, Mrs. Lavina McThrall of Canton and Mrs. Maude Geisler of Akron.  Services will be held Monday at 2 p.m.. in the Auble-Hooley funeral home in Orrville.  Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery.  Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday night from 7 to 9."  

Son's Ohio Death Record:  Joel HURNE, died 11 Aug 1952, age 77, Osnaburg Twp, Stark Co OH. Divorced.[Coral Elizabeth]   Worked on railroad.  Born 28 Feb 1875, Kansas.  Father John HURNE; mother Sarah MARKLEY.  Burial, Crown Hill, Orrville, Wayne OH.  

HARRIS, Thomas M.     30 Sep 1862
Thomas, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 [mustered out] as a Sergeant. He was appointed Corporal 1 March 1863 and Sergeant on 15 Ap 1863.  He was transferred to Co. K, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864. Promoted to 2nd Lieut. 28 Dec 1864.  Mustered out with company 31 July 1865. [Before being in the 120th, Thomas was, according to his pension record, in Co G of the 86th OH as a Private.  The 86th Regt. was organized at Camp Chase, Ohio, for three months' service, June 10, 1862. Moved to Clarksburg, W. Va., June 16-17, and assigned to Kelly's Railroad Command, June 19. Railroad guard duty at Clarksburg June 17 to August 21.  Mustered out September 25, 1862]


Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  May 24, 1844 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Marriage:  
Mary Jane (Hunt) Barnhardt (widow of William H. Barnhardt) in St. Louis 13 May 1882
Death:  2 Sept 1930 in St. James, Phelps Co, MO
Cemetery:  St James Catholic Cemetery, Phelps Co MO
Cemetery PhotoPhoto Credit:  Mary Clover at Find a Grave

Thomas M. HARRIS, Co K 114th OH inf, 2nd Lt.

Pension index:  Thomas M. Harris of K 114th, G 86th and G 120th.   Invalid pension in Missouri, 15 Oct 1900, Application 1255.968; Certificate 1022.390 .   Widow's pension in Missouri.....widow Mary, 31 Oct 1930, Application 1679.904; certificate A 2-17-31[may be death date for Mary]

1860 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 374:  John BROWN; Jane; Thomas HARRIS, age 16 Canada, domestic.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Thos. HARRIS's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

Discharge Record on microfilm at Wayne County OH, Book 1 page 129:
Thomas M. Harris of Co. K 114th.  According to this record, he must have reenlisted on 21 Jan 1865 at Houston and was then discharged at Houston on 31 July 1865.  His engagements included the seige of Blakely, Alabama. His enlistment age was 20 and he was 5' 9", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair.  It states that he was born in Canada.  He was a farmer.  On his Oath of Identity, dated 16 Sept 1865, he was living in Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.
 

1870 Census, No 3 Ward, Kansas City, Sect 43, Jackson Co MO, Boarding House, Dwelling 616, Family 676: Thos M HARRIS, age 23 OH, breakman.

There are two Thomas M Harris in Missouri in 1870 census.  Cooper County, Palestine Township; and Johnson County, Washington Township

1880 Census, City St. Louis, MO, Dwelling 169, Family 169:  Mary BARNHART, age 36 OH, keeping house, father born NY, mother born CT; Geo L, son, age 16 MO, messenger boy, father born Canada, mother born OH;  Emeline HUNT, mother, age 70 Connecticut, parnts born NY; Thos HARRIS, age 35 OH, boarder, superintendant grain elevator, parents born Ireland.  

A message was left at my guestbook by Howard Townsend saying this [Thanks, Howard!]:
 Thomas M. Harris Co. G 120th Ohio was born May 24, 1844 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He had an older brother and sister. Parents died while he was young. He married Mary Jane (Hunt) Barnhardt (widow of William H. Barnhardt) in St. Louis 13 May 1882. He was a grain inspector. He died 22 Sept 1930 in St. James, Phelps County, Missouri and was buried in the Old Catholic Cemetery [Note: actually St. James Catholic Cemetery] there.

1900 have not found

1910 have not found

1920 Census [Jan 28], Federal Soldier Home, sheet 9A, St. James Twp, Phelps Co MO: Thomas M HARRIS, inmate, age 75 Canada, married, immigrated 1859, naturalized 1865, parents born Ireland, no occupation [Note: directly below his name is Mary HARRIS, inmate, age 56 Indiana, married, father born NY, mother born CT, no occupation.  

1930 Census, Saint James, Phelps Co MO, Family 45, T626, Roll 1216: Joseph B HUGHES, age 59 OH; Nellie D, age 54 TX; Paul K, age 14 MO; Thomas M. HARRIS, age 85 Canada, married, boarder, parents born Canada, imigration year 1850; Mary J. HARRIS, age 73 IN, boarder, married, father born NY, mother born CT .  

 

HARSHEY, Abraham    13 Aug 1862                                       HERSHEY
Abraham, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as 1st Sergeant.
He was appointed Sergeant from Corporal in 1863 [date incomplete] and the date is not given for his promotion to 1st Sergeant. He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI, 27 Nov 1864. 
Transferred to 48th OVI and
Promoted to Com. Sergeant 48th OVI, 24 July 1865....was a part of the "Field and Staff" for the 48th.  Mustered out 13 Oct 1865.  
[enlisted at Dolyestown]
Father:  Benjamin HERSHEY
Mother:  
Susannah WELLHOUSE
Birth:  
21 November 1842, Milton Township, Wayne co OH
Marriage:   Clara SHEETS
Death:   24/25 July 1896
Cemetery:  
Easton Memorial Cemetery, Chippewa Township, Wayne co OH

The large stone you see in this composite photo is actually for Abraham's parents.
Wayne County Burials book says that Abraham Hershey is buried at Easton Memorial Cemetery, Chippewa Township, Wayne co OH.
It also says
Abraham Hershey of Company G [Civil War marker] has a small stone beside Benjamin & Susannah Hershey's stones. [Note:  I saw the tall stone for Abraham's parents and the markers for Elizabeth, George and John.  But did not find a stone for Abraham.  His military flag holder is there.] Possible additional siblings' stones at that cemetery indicate children of B and S Hershey....Elizabeth (died 18 Sept 1845 age 17dys), George F. (died 3 Feb 1842 at age 2 yrs.), and John (died 17 Sep 1844)  

Pension index: Abraham Harshey [G120th OH Inf, Com. Sergt. 48th OH Inf, Co K 114th OH Inf.] filed for invalid pension 20 May 1891, Application 1022464; Certificate 906841 in Ohio.  His widow Clara E. filed for pension 29 July 1896, Application 638181; Certificate 446.666 in Ohio.

Discharge record on microfilm at Wayne Co OH, book 2 page 94:
Abraham Harshey, Commissary Sergeant, 48th Battalion Ohio Veterans Infantry, was born in Wayne Co OH.  He enrolled at age 19.  He was 5' 8" tall, fair complexion, blue eyes and light hair.  He was a farmer.  The Oath of Identity was dated 22 Feb 1888.  He was of Easton in Wayne Co OH at that time.
1860 census Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co Oh page 372

Benjamin Harshey (39PA) a farmer, Susanah (37OH), all the children born in OH, Aberum (17) a farm hand but was also attending school, George (14), William (12), Simon (10), Mary C. (8), Edward (44) Sarah E. (2), George Heys (23 born HesaVarnstadt or HesaDarnstadt or --stacht) a miller by trade, Levina Hook (22 PA) a domestic.  This family had a big farm apparently...the value of the real estate being $17,500.

1870 census Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH 
Abraham Hershey, age 25 a farmer, with Clara age 22.  Also living there was Samuel Hook age 16, a farm laborer.

1880 census Chippewa Twp. Wayne co OH page 08
Abraham Hershey, farmer age 37 born OH (parents PA and OH), Clara E. Age 33 (OH-Pa-PA)  no children are listed.

The newspaper account of the 1897 Reunion of the 120th OVI stated that Abraham Hershey of Company G had died in the past year.

Wayne County Democrat:  29 July 1896, page 3
Easton, July 25th  [Easton is in Chippewa township, Wayne county, OH]
"There is a reaper whose name is Death,
And, with his sickle keen,
He reaps the bearded grain at a breath
And the flowers that grow between."
This skillful and inexorable reaper has invaded this field and cut down both the ripened grain and the young and beautiful flower.
Abram Hershey died at his home, two miles northwest of here, at one o'clock yesterday morning.  A few weeks ago he went to a hospital in Columbus to have a tumor removed.  By the strain upon his system by the tumor and the surgical operation, he was obliged to take to his bed, from which he did not again rise.  Mr. Hershey was a son of Benjamin Hershey, in his time one of the most prominent citizens of this part of the county.  His grandfather was Judge Wellhouse, one of the early and leading settlers in this part.  We do not know Mr. Hershey's age, but he was old enough to be a soldier (Co. G, 120th O.V.I.), and, we believe, a prisoner at Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas.  
[The roster does not indicate that he was captured at Snaggy Point.  So he probably was not at the Tyler prison camp.]  Upon his return from the war he married Clara, daughter of the late J. F. Sheets.  Mr. Hershey was a leading member of the United Brethren organization here and superintendent of Sunday school.  His death is a heavy loss to the church.  He had acquired considerable property, but a few years ago he became interested in some manufacturing enterprise in Cleveland and was forced to make an assignment.  Funeral took place Monday forenoon at the U. B. Church.  [In another obituary below this one in the newspaper, it mentions that Mr. Hershey was childless.]

The Commemorative Biographical Record of Wayne County Ohio, (1889) verifies that Abraham Hershey, son of Benjamin and Susannah (Wellhouse) Hershey, was this soldier in Company G 120th OVI.  His family was of Swiss descent coming first to Pennsylvania in 1734 and then to Ohio in 1830.  Abraham's siblings were George W., Simon B., William O., Mary C, Edward A. and Ella S.  Abraham was born 21 November 1842 in Milton Township, Wayne co OH.  After the war he returned to farming and was on his Chippewa Township farm since 1866.  His wife was Clara E. Sheets, daughter of John F. and Catherine [Schrantz] Sheets of Chippewa Township.  Benjamin was a member of the United Brethren Church.
 
 

About the Grave Registration Cards

When I look in the Roster book , I see in Co K 114th that Abraham Harshey, age 19 when he enlisted, had come from Co G 120th and went to the 48th as a Com. Sergeant on 24 July 1865.
There was a mistake in the original grave registration cards in Wayne County.  I think that they mixed up Abraham with his father Benjamin because the large stone at the cemetery is for Benjamin.  Abraham died 24 or 25 July 1896.  

 Ohio Obituary Index:  Abraham HERSHEY died 25 July 1896 at Cheppewa Twp, Wayne Co OH at age 54.  He was born in Cheppewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  

There is more about the ancestors of Abraham at WorldConnect.  Type in his father's name.
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi

Hershey  and Alleman researcher Rex at:
rmtous@msn.com

HART, Patrick    19 Feb 1864
Patrick, age 30,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private. He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co C, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 9 May 1866.  
Pension papers say Patrick enrolled at Columbus OH  on 9 Feb 1864.  He mustered out 9 May 1866 at Galveston, TX [pension record].  

Father:  Bernard HART [death cert]
Mother:  Mary McGilly [death cert]
Birth:  ??Mar 1842 Tyrone, Ireland  
Marriage:   Catherine CORRIGAN, two dates on pension record: June 1860 at Parrish ?Tillian?, County Tyrone, Ireland and 2 Nov 1852 at ?Killushill?, County Tyrone, Ireland.
Death:   6 Oct 1913, at 3 am. 435 West 25th St, Manhattan borough, New York City. [Current day Chelsea....near location of Chelsea Recreation Center according to Google maps.]
Cemetery: Calvary Cemetery [death cert.]  Calvary Allied Cemetery is located on Manhattan Island.  
1011 1st Ave # 1740, New York, NY, United States 1 718 786-8000.
Patrick is buried in Section 14, Range 11, Plot B, Grave 13.   In 1888 he purchased 5 burial plots in that section.  It will cost $110 to get all the information about who the others are that are buried there.  
Catherine died 27 May 1914.
 

Patrick Hart at Calvary Cemetery, New York City

Photo Credit:  J P Rayder at Find A Grave

 

Pension Index:  Patrick HART, G 120th, K 114th, and C 48th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 7 Nov 1891, Application 1072874, Certificate 874322, filed in NY.  Widow, Catharine HART, filed 1913 Oct 21, Application 1016070; Certificate 775546, filed in NY.  

Not found in Headstone Applications indexes.

Veterans Administration Payment Cards, 1907-1933:  Patrick HART, Certificate 874322, Army Invalid.  Act of 11 May 1912, Service Private G 120 and C 48 OH V I.  Class REIS, Rate 15, date of commencement 27 Apr 1907, Date of Certificate 3 Jan 1908.  Class REIS, Rate 30, date of commencement 4 June 1912, date of Certificate 5 Apr 1913.   Transferred from New York, N.Y.   Nothing written in Transferred to.  Died 6 Oct 1913. Payable to widow Catharine.   Bureau notified 5 Nov 1913.
 

??Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865, June 1863:  Patrick HART, in Columbus, age 30, white, laborer, married, born Ireland.  Since his pension papers say that he joined infantry at Columbus, OH, this draft record could be the correct Patrick Hart.  

[Pension Record: Webmaster sent for this one.] Patrick had florid complexion, grey eyes, black hair.  Born Tyrone Ireland.  Places lived since leaving the service: [New York City] 306 10th Ave, 455 W. 28th St, 450 West 28th St, 443 West 28th St, 447 West 28th St, 303 10th Ave.  In April 1907 his address was 303 10th Ave, NY City.  Patrick died at 435 West 25th St and it was described as a "tenement."  Patrick was a foundry watchman.

1880 Census,  450 West 28th St, City of NY, NY Co, NY, Dwelling 59, Family 194: Patrick HART, age 44 Ireland, laborer; Catherine, wife, age 44 Ireland, parents born Ireland; Marie, daughter, age 22 Ireland [born 1858].....................dressmaker.

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

1900 Census, 28th St., Manhattan, District 0217, New York, NY, Dwelling 66, Family 69:  Patrick HART, born Mar 1842, age 58 Ireland, married 40 yrs, parents born Ireland, immigrated 1866, been in US 34 yrs, naturalized, laborer;  Catherine, wife, born Dec 1841, age 59 Ireland, married 40 yrs, one child/one still living, parents born Ireland, immigrated 1866, been in US 34 yrs; Ellen CORRIGAN, sister, born Oct 1836, age 64 Ireland, single, parents born Ireland, immigrated 1866, in US 34 yrs, laundress.  

???????1910 Manhattan Ward 19, New York, NY, Blackwells Island, NYC Home for Aged and Infirm, Line 44:  Patrick HART, inmate, age 68, single, born Ireland, parents born Ireland, immigrated 1860, naturalized, able to read and write, "yes" was in Civil War.  

HARVEY, Peter M.    22 Jan 1864                                                                                                    
Peter, age 25,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father:  Eber HARVEY
Mother:  Polly SHOEMAKER
Birth:  <1838-9> Wyoming Co PA
Marriage:  
Mary MOOTERS, 4 May 1871, Wayne Co OH
Death:  
7 Aug 1892 at Akron, Summit Co OH
Cemetery:  Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit Co OH

Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit County, OH, Section 9, lot 17.  
Photo Credit:  Susie and Jerry Holderfield

Pension index: Peter M. Harvey, Co G 120 OVI, Co G 114th OH, and H 52nd PA Inf.   Invalid pension 6 Jan 1880, Application 336695; Certificate 431891 .    Widow - Mary, 15 Aug 1892, Application 557674, Certificate 486979 in OH.    Minor guardian - Mary Claflen, filed 16 Jun 1898, Application 677954, Certificate  486980 OH.

1850 Census, Lafayette Twp, Medina, OH, Dwelling 290, Family 299:  Eber HARVEY, age 35 NY, laborer; Polly A., age 32 PA; Peter M, age 11 PA; Eunice, age 9 PA; Rosanna, age 7 PA; Edgar, age 5 PA; Theodore, age 3 PA; Theodocia, age 3 PA; Josephine, age 4 months OH.  

1860 census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne OH page 361
Ebe.or Eber Harvey (46 NY) a day laborer, Polly H. (42 PA), Peter M. (21 PA) "none" listed for occupation and not in school either, Edger O. (15 PA), Thedore S. (13 PA), Theadotia S. (13 PA), Josephine L. (10 OH), Eber W. (7 OH), John J. (4 OH), Roulin L. (2 OH).

Wayne county OH probate:  Peter M. HARVEY married Mary MOOTERS on 4 May 1871.

1880 Census Portage, Summit County OH: Peter Harvey, age 41 born in PA, working in a reaper shop, parents born PA; Mary, wife, age 34OH, parents born Germany.  Two daughters, both born in OH, are listed:  Barbara age 8 and Maggie age 3.

1890 Special Veterans Schedule:  Akron, Summit Co OH, line 36, Dwelling 110, Family 7, Pter M HARVEY, Pvt, Co G 52nd PA Inf., 110 Bear St, Akron OH

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Peter HARVEY died 7 Aug 1892 at Akron, Summit Co OH.  Age 64.  Born 1828 PA.  [His age could have been misread on the original resulting in an incorrect birth year.]  Occupation engineer.  Married.  

Ohio Marriages:  Silas CLAFLIN married Mary HARVEY on 16 May 1896 in Summit Co OH.  

Ohio Civil War Veterans Grave Registration site says: Peter M. Harvey of Co G 120th is buried in Summit County OH.
Sons of Union Veterans:  Peter M HARVEY, burial Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit County, OH.  

HEFFLEMAN, John C.    22 Aug 1862   HEFFELMAN 
John, age 29,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   No comments listed in Roster.
[enlisted at Doylestown...the Wayne County Roll of Honor in Hardesty's also says that he was a Sergeant and was captured at Arkasas Post and held at Jackson for 3 months.  He was transferred in Oct 1863 to Co. C 23rd Battalion Veterans Reserve Corps.  He was discharged 7 Jun 1865 at Ft. Snelling Minnesota.]

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  
20 Oct 1832 PA [Date calculator]
Marriage:  
J. Catherine SMITH
Death:   13 Aug 1892, 59yrs, 9months,24dys
Cemetery: Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH

John G. Heffleman, Company G 120 OVI, is buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Sec 4, Doylestown OH.  Age 59 yrs, 9 months, 24 dys. Died 13 Aug 1892.
Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield
Graves Registration Cards book:
John C Heffelman, address Doylestown, died 13 Aug 1892 at Doylestown.  He was born 19 Oct 1832 in PA. 

Pension Index:  John C HEFFELMAN, G 120th and C 23rd VRC.  Invalid filed 1890 July 10, Application 995130; 723452Certificate in OH.  Widow, Catharine A HEFFELMAN, filed 1892 Aug 17, Application 557425; Certificate 373284 in OH.

????????????biographical annals of Cumberland County Pennsylvania, page 402 states that ???? Heffelman moved  with his wife and one child by wagon to Clinton, Wayne Co OH "where he was engaged in mercantile pursuits for many years.  Later he removed to Cleveland and spent his active years there as a merchant, finally retiring to Clinton, where he died in 1871 by his widow...."  Must have been Clinton, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH.  

1850 Census, have not found.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed J. C. HEFFELMAN's residence as Chippewa, Wayne, OH.

Married J. Catherine SMITH.

1860 Census Chippewa Township, Wayne County, OH: John C. Heffelman, age 27, day laborer, born in PA listed with Catherine N. (28 PA), Virginia M. (5 OH), Tiley? (a girl 3 OH), Mary C. (1 OH).

1870 census Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 103-104:  John C. Heffelman (36 PA) a farm laborer, Catharine (37 PA), Florey (13 OH), Mary (10 OH), Frank (2 OH).

1880 Census Chippewa T., Wayne Co, OH:  John Heffleman, a painter (47 PA, PA, PA), Catharine (48 PA, PA, PA), Mary C (20).  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 22 and 23, House 223, Family 229:  John C. HEFFELMAN, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Private Co C 23rd Veterans Reserve Corps.  Post Office:  Doylestown Wayne Co OH.  Remarks: fever sore and chronic diarrhoea, transferred Oct 1863 to VRC.  

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  John HEFFELMAN died 13 Aug 1892 at Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, age 59, born 1833 in PA.  Laborer.  Married.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  J. Catherine HEFFELMAN, died 25 Feb 1925 in Pleasant City, Guernsey Co OH.  Born 9 Sep 1831 in Fredericksburg PA. Widow, husband John HEFFELMAN.  Father John SMITH.  

1900 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 54, Family 54:  Catherine HEFFLEMAN, age 68 OH,widow, born Sep 1831, ?5 children/2 still living, parents born PA; Flora BROUSE, daughter, age 45 OH, widow, born Sep 1854, 2 children/2 still living, parents born OH.  [Note: Ohio Marriages: Flora HEFFELMAN married Wm A. BROUSE on 21 May 1874 in Wayne Co OH.]

HILL, August22 Aug 1862
August, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   August died 9 Mar 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists August Hill as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1844>
Marriage:  

Death:   9 or 12 Mar 1863, Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS  [not listed]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed August HILL's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

US Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: August HILL, co G 120th OH Inf, died 12 Mar 1863 on the floating hospital "Nashville", of Debilitas.  [weakened and enfeebled condition]

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

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

Not found on Pension Index.

HOOVER, Samuel    9 Oct 1862  Samuel Harrison HOOVER                                                                                    
Samuel, age 22,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   He was wounded 1 May 1863 in the battle of Thompson's Hill, Mississippi.  He was transferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps 1 Sept. 1863.  [Co F, 5th Veterans Reserve Corps]

Father:  Jacob HOOVER
Mother:  Sarah METZ
Birth:  13 Mar 1840, Stark Co OH
Marriage:   Margaret Louise OTT, 12 Nov 1863, Canton, Stark Co OH
Death:   12 Aug 1918
Cemetery:  Union Cem, Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH

Pension Index:  Samuel HOOVER, G 120th OH Inf. and F 5th VRC.  Invalid filed 1873 Dec 8.  Widow, Margaret HOOVER, filed 1918 Aug 19? in OH.  

Samuel Harrison HooverFrom Mickey, descendant of Samuel Harrison Hoover:

Samuel Harrison Hoover was born in Stark co OH 13 Mar 1840. His parents were Jacob and Sarah (METZ) HOOVER.  His siblings were Elizabeth (1841), Mary Ann (1843), Maria Harriet (1846), Henry Jacob (1851), Isaac Franklin (1853), Sarah Katherine (1855) and Ada Frances (1858).

Samuel married Margaret Louise OTT on 12 Nov 1863 in Canton, Stark County OH. Now here is the story:
Samuel was wounded in the left arm at the battle of Thompsons Hill Miss. on 1 May 1863.  He was then transferred to Co F of the 5th Veterans Reserve Corps on 8 Aug 1863. Samuel was then absent "without proper authority from October 23, 1863 to November 20, 1863." But the same report says "company morning report Oct 24/63 dropped as a deserter".  And in 1886 "the charges of desertion of October 23 & 24, 1863, against this man is removed under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July, 5, 1884.   It is a family story that the first child of Samuel and Margaret was born on the battlefield of the war and died of cholera as an infant.  At any rate, Samuel for certain went home and married during that time.  He was honorably discharged at Indianapolis, Indiana 14 Aug 1865.

Samuel and "Maggie's" children were: Mary (1864), Mamie (1865), John H. (1866). Charles (1868), Orrin Louis (1871), Dorothy (1873), Maud M. (1875), Ada May (1877), Adam (Addi/Addison) (1880), Raymond Thomas (1885). 

Samuel was a farmer and sawmill operator.  He lived with his family in Canal Fulton but later moved to Akron OH.  Samuel died there 12 Aug 1918; and Margaret, 9 Feb 1930.  They are buried at Union Cemetery in Canal Fulton, Stark Co, OH.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Samuel HOOVER's residence as Lawrence, [Stark Co] OH.  

HOWE, Hiram    15 Aug 1862                                                                                                              
Hiram, age 22,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was discharged 16 July 1863 at Columbus OH on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father:  Peter HOWE
Mother:  Sarah MEACH
Birth:  
2 Aug 1840, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:  
Mary B. FERGUSON, 7 Jun 1864, Summit Co. OH
Death:  
18 May 1874, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery: Doylestown 
Methodist Cemetery, Doylestown OH
I could not find this grave.  Find a Grave says only 4 stones remain in this cemetery.  

Pension index: Hiram HOWE, Co G 120th OVI, widow Mary B but the date is hard to read...she may have filed for the pension in 10 Jan 1877, Application 229482; Certificate 181329 .  Also there is a filing for a minor by a guardian, David P. Kidwill, 19 June 1883, Application 305959; Certificate 204446.  

Wayne Co. Graves Registration Cards book:
Hiram HOWE:  address Chippewa Twp., Wayne co OH.  Died 18 May 1874 at Chippewa twp. 
He was born 2 Aug 1840 in Chippewa Twp.  He is buried in the Methodist Cemetery, Doylestown OH.  Lot 50, block 1, grave 6.  

1850 Federal Census page 236, Chippewa Township, Wayne co OH, page 236:  Peter Howe, age 45, a shoemaker listed with, Sarah (36), Alithia (18), Abell (male15), Peter (14), Hiram (10), Charity (7), Oscar (4), Isaac (4 months).  The children were all born in OH. 
[
Peter and Sarah HOWE are buried in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH.  Ohio Marriages:  Peter HOWE married Sarah MEACH on  10 May 1832 in Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Peter HOWE, age 55 PA, boot and shoe maker; Sarah, age 46 NY; Hiram, age 19 OH, shoe maker; Cherity, age 17 OH; Osker, age 14 OH; Isaac, age 10 OH; Hannah J, age 6 OH; Sally, age 2 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Hiram HOWE's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

Hiram Howe married Mary B. FERGUSON, 7 Jun 1864, in Summit Co. OH.

1870 census, Doylestown, Chippewa Township, Wayne Co OH page 101: Hiram HOWE (29 OH) a shoemaker, Mary (27 PA), Alvira (5 OH), Catharine (3 OH), Andrew (1 OH).

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  Hiram HOWE died 18 May 1874 at Chippewa, Wayne OH at age 33, born 1842, Mer [?merchant], married.  

1880 census Doylestown, Wayne County, Ohio Mary HOWE,widow, age 37, born in OH, parents born PA.  She is listed as keeping house.  With her are children:  Alice age 15, Katie age 13, Andrew age 12, Henry age 10, and Samuel age 8.  They were all born in OH as were their parents.  Also living there is her mother-in-law Sarah Howe, age 66 born in CT as were both her parents. 

Mary married David KIDWELL in about 1882 and they lived in Akron.  They had a child Lillie Belle.   
Ohio Marriages:  D. P. KIDWELL married Mary B. HOWE on 2 Jan 1883 in Summit Co OH.  Ohio Death record:  Mary Belle KIDWELL, wife of David P. KIDWELL, father Caleb FERGUSON born PA, mother Catherine THOMAS, born America.  Widow.  Born 2 Feb 1842, Summit Co OH.  Died 24 Dec 1928 at Sandusky, Erie Co OH. Home address 260 E. Market St.  Burial at Doylestown, OH.  

1900 Census, 1188 E. Broadway, Akron, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 16, Family 17:  T. P. KIDWELL, age 58 England, born Sep 1841, parents born England, married 18 yrs, came to US in 1881, in US for 19 yrs, alien status, Salesman of ?pianos; Mary B, wife, age 61 OH, born March 1839, parents born PA, married 18 yrs, 6 children/5 still living; Henry HOWE, step son, age 29 OH, single, born June 1870, father born PA, mother born OH, woodworker, wagon??; Lillie KIDWELL, daughter, age 17 OH, single, born March 1883, fathre born Eng, mother born OH; Maud SAMUELS, grand daughter, age 14 OH, born Apr 1886, parents born OH; Warren BRIGHTMAN, boarder, age 8 OH, born June 1891, parents born OH.  

HYATT, Miniah    1 Feb 1864       Minnah
Miniah, age 42,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
T
ransferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co C, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  [No further info on roster]  [also enlisted at age 40 in  Co I 72nd OH on 18 Feb 1862 and mustered out 9 Jan 1863 at Memphis, TN (Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of OH)Inf: Rank in Private; Rank out Sergeant; promoted full sergeant on 1 Sep 1862]

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  1820 PA
Marriage:  
Sarah E. BARRICK, 22 Oct 1863, Ashland Co OH
Death:   1 Feb 1900, Dayton, Montgomery Co OH
Cemetery: Dayton National Cemetery, VA Medical Center, Dayton, Montgomery Co OH
Photo Credits:  1_Heavilin at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Minnah HYATT, C 48th, I 72nd OH Inf, K 114th, G 120th OH Inf. and "Old War"  Invalid filed 1889 Jan 31, Application 687.567, Certificate 905.966, filed in OH.  Widow, Sarah E HYATT, filed 1903 June 1, Application 785,483, Certificate 571,330, filed in OH.  

US, National Homes for Disabled Veterans, Dayton, Montgomery Co OH:  Pvt. Minna HYATT, G 120th OH Inf, 1 Feb 1864 at Ashland OH.  Co K, 114th OH Inf, 27 Nov 1864.  Co G, 48th OH Inf, 24 Jul 1865, discharded 17 Nov 1865 at Washington DC.   General Debility.  Born NY.  Age 71.  Ht 5'8".  Dark complexion.  Gray eyes.  Gray hair.  Can read and write. Protestant.  Blacksmith.  Residence, Ashland OH.  Widowed???  Sister, Mrs. R. BUCHANAN of Ashland OH.  Died 1 Feb 1900, cerebral hemorrhage.  Lot 21, Grave 4.  Branch Treasurer directed to pay and turn over effects to Sarah E. Hyatt, widow, at #8, 6th St, Ashland OH dated 23 Feb 1904.

US Veterans Gravesites, Ancestry.com:  Minnah HYATT, service 1 Feb 1864 to 27 Nov 1864.  Death date 1 Feb 1900.  Buried at Dayton National Cemetery, VA Medical Center, Dayton OH. Buried 1 Feb 1900.  [Dayton National Cemetery:  Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio  Hyatt, Minnah, d. 02/01/1900, Infantry, Pvt, Res: Ashland, OH, Plot: L 21 4, bur. 02/01/1900]

 Heastone provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans: Minnah HYATT, private, Co G 120th OH Inf, Cemetery Central Branch National Home, Dayton, Mongomery Co OH, died 1 Feb 1900, Vermont Marble Company.  


In 1860 Sarah's family was living in Polk, Jackson Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Sarah BARRICK was 20 yrs old.  So she and Minnah were not yet married.  Where was 40 yr old Minna?  I haven't yet found him in 1860.  

Ohio Marriages:  Minn A. HYATT married Sarah E. BARRICK on 22 Oct 1863 in Ashland Co OH.  

1870 census Harrisville Township, Medina County, page 278:  Minnah Hyatt, age 50, born in PA is a blacksmith:  Sarah E. Hyatt, 30 born OH, Clara A. (6 OH),  Jacob A. (2 OH).

1880 Census Jackson, Ashland County Ohio, page 74:  Minneh HYATT, age 58 born in PA, a blacksmith, parents born NY; Sarah, wife, age 40 OH, parents born PA.  The children are:  Clara, age 16, Jacob age 11, Luella age 9, Alma age 7, and Wilber age 3.  All the children were born in OH. 

1890 Veterans Schedule: Jackson, Ashland Co OH, line 29, House no 107, Family 108, Minnah Hyatt, soldier, Jackson Twp post office.

Obit: Dayton Daily Journal, 15 Feb 1900, V 37, Issue 172, page 5, col 2; died 1 Feb, age 79 at National Home DVS, Co G 120th OH.  

1910 Census, Sullivan Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 218, Family 220, page 9: Sarah E. HYATT, age 70 OH, widow, parents born PA; Jacob A., son, age 42 OH, father born NY, mother born OH, laborer at odd jobs.  

1920 Polk Village, Jackson Twp, Ashland OH, Dwelling 158, Family 165: Sarah E. HYATT, age 79 OH, parents born PA, widow; Irvin BARRICK age 69 OH, brother, single, parents born PA, day laborer.

Daughter's Death record in Ohio:  File # 57691, Clara Anice MAYCUMBER died 1 Oct 1924 at Polk, Ashland Co OH.  She was born in Polk, Ashland Co OH on 28 Oct 1864.  Married.  Father Minnah HYATT born NY.  Mother Sarah BARRICK, born Polk, Ashland Co OH.  Buried Polk Cem.  Informant Chas MAYCUMBER of Polk OH.    

[Note:  Son, Jacob Austin HYATT's death record verifies the parents' names.  Wife, Sarah's death record says her parents were Jacob BARRICK and Nancy BOWMAN, born PA.  She died 20 Apr 1922 in Polk.  She was born 18 May 1840 in Ashland Co OH.]

JACKSON, George    16 Aug 1862
George, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.
He was Appointed 1 Feb 1864.  He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred on 24 July 1865 to Co. B, 48th OVVI.  Mustered out 13 Oct 1865 at Houston TX upon expiration of his term.
[Enlisted at Wooster]

Father:  James JACKSON
Mother:  Martha ***graves [part of name smudged out on George's death cert.]
Birth:  9 May 1844, England
Marriage:  
Ann M GALEHOUSE, 8 Nov 1866
Death:   25 June 1928, Doylestown
Cemetery:  Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH
[Sorry, I missed taking a photo of these stones when I was at Chestnut Hill.]
Wayne County Burials book: George Jackson is buried at Chestnut Hill cemetery in Doylestown, Wayne co OH. The book indicates that he was in Co C 120th OVI.  But since there is no George Jackson in that company, the marker was probably misread or just mistaken.  There is a stone for George H, father and Anna, mother with no dates.
There is a stone for Della K, 1886 - 1968.

Pension Index:  George JACKSON, B 48th Battalion OH Inf, K 114th and G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1890 Oct 13, Application 931309; Certificate 917469 in OH.  

Arrived in US in 1851.

Father???  Ohio, County Marriages:  James JACKSON married Miss Catharine SPRINGER, 18 Dec 1852 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.
Father??? Impossible to read, but Ancestry says it is: 1860 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH:  James JACKSON, age 35 England; Catherine, age 33 OH.  
Father???  1870 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 66, Family 83:  James JACKSON, age 48 England, laborer in reaper shop; Catharine, age 35 OH.  
[James and Catherine living in Doylestown in 1880]

1860 Census, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 5, Family 5:  A. M. ARMSTRONG, age 51 NY, physician; Cornelia, age 45 NY; Gertrude C, age 19 OH; Samuel E, age 16 OH; Ada B, age 6 OH; George JACKSON, age 16 England, servant; Mary ECKERT, ag 18 Germany, servant.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Geo. JACKSON's residence as Chippewa, Wayne Co OH

George JacksonAnn Galehouse JacksonPhotos of George and Anna were contributed by Mary Geier.

Wayne Co OH probate: George Jackson married Ann M. Galehouse on 8 Nov 1866

1870 census, Doylestown, Chippewa Township, Wayne co OH page 102
George Jackson (25 England), working in a reaper shop, Anna Mariah (21 OH), William (2 OH), Millie (7 months).

The Wayne county Oh births book lists:
Parents George Jackson and Anna Bell Galehouse of Chippewa Township
James S. born 4 Feb 1874
Dortha M. born 20 June 1879
Della born 18 Aug 1885
Mary A. born 6 Feb 1892

1880 census Chippewa Township, Wayne county OH:  George Jackson, insurance agent, age 36 born in England; Ann (31 OH OH OH), William (12), Millie (10),  Martha (8), James (6), Dorothy (11 months)       Notice that George had a daughter named Martha.  Martha married Sebastian SMITH and is buried at Chestnut Hill, Doylestown.

1890 Veterans Schedule, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH:  line 8, House 86, Family 88:  George H. JACKSON, corporal, Co G 120th OVI, injusry to left leg, post office Doylestown.

1900 Census, Doylestown village, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 53, Family 53:  George JACKSON, age 56  England, born May 1844, married 34 yrs, parents born England, came to US 1851, has been in US 49 yrs, naturalized, Post Master; Anna M, wife, age 51 OH, born Mar 1849, parents born OH, married 34 yrs, 9?children/7 still living; James S, son, age 26 OH, single, born Jan 1874, clerk in post office; Della, daughter, age 14 OH, born Aug 1885; Florence, daughter, age 8 OH, born Feb 1892; James JACKSON, father, age 78 England, widowed, born MAR 1822, parents born England, came to US in 1850, has been in US 50 yrs, naturalized, retired.  

The report of the 1900 reunion of the regiment in the newspaper said that George was living in Doylestown that year.

1910 Census, Church St, Doylestown village, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 44, Family 44:  Geo. H. JACKSON, age 65 England, first marriage, married 44 yrs, parents born England, came to US in 1852, naturalized, post master, marked UA for military service ; Anna, wife, age 61 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, 7 children/6 still living, parents born OH; James, son, age 36 OH, single, express agent; Della, daughter, age 24 OH, single; Florence, daughter, age 18 OH, single.

1920 Census, High St, Doylestown Village, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 140, Family 141:  George JACKSON, age 75 England, widowed, came to US 1854, naturalized, parents born England, printer at Doylestown owner?; Sebastian SMITH, son in law, age 44 Germany, came to US 1893, naturalized in 1898, parents born Germany, laborer at ??rubber shop ; Martha SMITH, daughter, age 47 OH, father born England, mother born OH.  

Wayne Co. Graves Registration Cards book: George H. Jackson of Co G 120th, address was Doylestown OH.  He died 25 June 1928 at Doylestown OH.  He was born 9 May 1844 in England.  He is buried at Chestnut Hill, Chippewa Twp. OH, Lot 6, block 7, grave 4.  

Wife, Ohio, Deaths:   Ann Marie JACKSON died 11 Aug 1919 at Doylestwon, Wayne Co OH, age 70 yrs. 4 mths. 22 dys, married, housewife, born 19 Mar 1849 at Doylestown OH.  Father Samuel GALEHOUSE born OH, mother Doratha FREDERICK born OH.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  

Ohio Death Record:  George JACKSON died at Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH on 25 June 1928, age 78 yrs, 1 mth, 17 dys.  Widowed [Anna Galehouse].  Born 9 May 1844, England.  Millright.  Father James Jackson, born England.  Mother Martha ***graves, born England.  Informant J. S. Jackson, Doylestown OH.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown.  

William Rittenhouse was the last of the 120th OVI soldiers to die.  On 7 June 1938 there was a reunion at Wooster for the sons and daughters of the regiment at Wooster OH.  At that reunion there were only two surviving veterans.  They were William Rittenhouse of Ashland and William Jemison of Moorhead, KY.  William Jemison died 25 Feb 1939.  William Rittenhouse died 6 May 1939.  [Plain Dealer - Cleveland OH, Wednesday, 8 June 1938, page 14 reported the reunion.]

JAMESON, William A.    16 Feb 1864
William, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 8 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.  [1890 vets schedule says gun shot wound left arm]
Father:  Willett JAMESON
Mother:  Delila POWER[S]
Birth: Dec 1844 KY
Marriage:   1Margaret A. FORD, 19 May 1867, Hartford, Ohio Co KY
2 Lou ???
Death:   25 Feb
1939,  Rowan Co, KY, age 94 [KY Death Index]
Cemetery: Lee Cem, Morehead, Rowan Co KY
Find a Grave:  William A. JAMISON died 25 Feb 1939.  Buried at Lee Cem, Morehead, Rowan Co KY.  Second wife: Spouse Lou HOWARD [1880 - 1923]
 Back of the headstone

Photo Credits:  Julie Evans and Taylor at Find a Grave.
Behind this plant is the stone for William Jamison, 1844 - 1939.

Headstone application for William A. JAMISON, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Regiment, died 25 Feb 1939, Christian, Birthplace Canada, Residence OH, enlisted 16 Feb 1864, discharged 18 July 1865, Pension number XC 2576,462, Lee Cemetery, stone shipped to Lane Funeral Home, Morehead  Rowan Co KY. 

Kentucky, Death Records:  William A. JAMISON, died 1939, Morehead, Rowan Co KY, spouse Lou Howard Jemison.  

????1850  Census, District No 2, Franklin Co KY, Dwelling 168, Family 168:  Willett JAMIESON, age 29? KY, farmer; Delilah, age 28 KY; William, age 7 KY; Arnett, age 7 KY; Ellen, age 3 KY; John H, age one KY; George A. POWER, age 66 PA, shoemaker.  [Kentucky Marriages:  William or Willet JAMISON married Delila POWERS on 2 Jan 1843 in Anderson, KY.  Her father was Andserson POWERS.  Kentucky Births:  Willet JIMMERSON and Delila POWER had a male child in Anderson KY on 18 Jun 1853.]

??1860  Census, District No 2, Leesburg PO, Harrison Co, KY, Dwelling 539, Family 539:  John JAMERSON, age 36 KY, farmer; Arabell, age 26 KY; James, age 3 KY; John, age 1 KY; Wm, age 16 KY, farm hand.  

1860 Census, Cancy Dist, Ohio Co KY, Dwelling 918, Family 918:  Wm JIMERSON, age 40 KY, farmer; Delila, age 38 KY; William T, age 15 KY; Arnet B [male], age 13 KY; James A., age 11 KY.

Married <1867>  Kentucky Marriages:  William JAMISON married Margaret A. FORD on 19 May 1867 at Hartford, Ohio Co KY.  

1870 Census, Hartford # 9 Pct, Ohio Co KY, Dwelling 95, Family 95:  William JAMISON, age 25 KY, farmer; Margaret A, age 21 KY; Sarah E, age 2 KY; Nancy D, age 11 months KY, born July 1869; Henry O. ?FELINE, age 25 KY, farmer; Annie FOX, age 18 TN, cook.  

1880 Census, Rosine, Ohio Co KY, Dwelling 255, Family 256:  William JAMISON, age 36 born in KY, a farmer.  His father was born in VA and his mother in KY.  Wife Margaret A. age 31 b. KY with her parents both being born in KY.  Children: Sarah E. age 13, Nancy D. age 10, Laura L. age 9, Ann J. age 7, William age 5, and Amanda age 1.  All the children were born in KY.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Milton Twp, Ashland Co OH:  Line 34, House 222, Family 222:  William A. JEMISON, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Mustered out 8 July 1865.  Post office: Ashland OH.  Disability chronic diarrhoea.  Gun shot would left arm.  13 months prisoner of war camp in TX.  

1900 Census, Rosine town, Horse Branch Pct, Ohio Co KY, pg 161, Dwelling 44, Family 44, Willis [Willie] JAMISON, age 55  KY, born Dec 1844,  married 33 yrs, farmer; Margret, wife, age 51, born Jan 1849, married 33 yrs, parents born KY; Annie J, daughter, age 36 KY, single, born Sep 1873; Amanda E, daughter, age 20 KY, single, born July 1879; George W., son, age 17 KY, single, born June 1882?, single, farm laborer.  

1910 Census, Horse Branch [District 5], Ohio Co KY, Family 1:  William T. JAMISON, age 66 KY, farmer, parents born KY, first marriage, married 42 yrs, Column 30 marked Un [Union]for military service;  Margaret A., wife, age 61 KY, parents born KY, first marriage, married 42 yrs, 8 children/7 still living.  

1920 have not found

??1930 Census, Cromwell, Ohio Co KY, T626, Roll 773, Family 170:  W. C. MYERS, age 52; Anna, age 57; Margrette, age 17; Alma, age 13; father-in-law, Will JAMISON, age 86.  

At the June 1938 Reunion of the 120th OVI Willam Jemison, age 94 of Moorehead (Morehead, Rowan KY) KY was in attendance.  He was one of only 2 survivors of the 120th in that year.  [The other soldier was William Rittenhouse, age 95, of Ashland OH.]  Jameson held the record for the past 3 years of the reunion having four generations of his family present at the reunion.
William A Jamison died 25 Feb 1939.
    

 

JOHNS, Jacob*    13 Aug 1862     Jacob JOHN                                                                       
Jacob, age 39,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.
Jacob died 17 Mar 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana. The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Jacob Johns as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.
[Enlisted at Doylestown.....Wayne County Roll of Honor in Hardesty's also says that he died on a hospital boat.]

Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 21 May 1821 PA
Marriage:  
Margaret EATON, 25 May 1848, Wayne Co OH
Death:   16/
17 Mar 1863 at Young's Point, LA on floating hospital boat named "Nashville"
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cem, Warren Co MS [not listed], he is either buried there as an unknown or his remains were brought home and buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery [see below]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865: Jacob JOHNS, Corporal, Co G 120 OH Inf.  died 16 Mar 1863, on the floating hospital boat the "Nashville".  Cause diarrhoea.  

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

Pension Index:  Jacob JOHN, Co G 120th OH Inf. Widow, Margaret A JOHN,  applied 24 Apr 1863, Application 19411; Certificate 38101.  

Photo Credits:  Jerry Holderfield

Jacob JOHNS/JOHN of Co G 120th has a stone at Chestnut Hill, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County OH.
His stone is next to Margaret A JOHN  13 June 1831 - 18 Nov 1901.
[Wayne County Graves Registration Cards book:   Lot 25, block 1, grave 2.  Died 16 Mar 1863.  He was born 21 May 1821]
The old
Wayne County Burials book says that Jacob John is buried at Chestnut Hill in Doylestown.  His stone, according to the book, is marked Co 8, 120th OVI veteran.  So I think that the stone was misread.....the 8 is probably a G. There is also a stone that says Jacob John, died Nashville Tenn. with a note in the book that asks if this is the same person as above. There is also a stone that says Jacob John, Mar 16, 1863 and the book says that the age is 11 yrs, 9 mo, 23 dys.  The 11 years could be 41, I am guessing, and so this could be a stone for Jacob also. [ I didn't see any third stone.  And the stone that was there has become too difficult to read.]

Wayne county probate: Jacob John married Margaret Eaton, 25 May 1848.  [Is she related to the Eaton soldiers on this page?]

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 293, Family 306:  Jacob JOHN[S], age 29 PA, collier [miner]; Mary, age 19 OH; Hannah J., age 4 months OH.  

1860 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH pg 370:  Jacob Johns (38 PA) a coal miner, Margaret A. (28 OH), Hanah J (10 OH), Elisabeth M (7 OH),  Margret H (6 OH), Jacob J. (5 OH), a boy Olain J. (3 OH), William H (10 months OH). 

Guardianship, Wayne Co OH:
1868, Jacob John deceased, Probate case #3205   J7-573
Children: Marg. Alma born 22 Sep 1853
Eliz. M. born 2 Mar 1852
Jacob Jennings
Amanda Maria
Guardian:  Mar. A. John

Wife: 1870 census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp. Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 45, Family 57:
Margaret JOHN, age 38 OH, head of household..  She had $1000 in  Real Estate and $100 in personal property.  Elizabeth (18 OH), Marg Alma (16 OH), Amanda (8 OH), also living there are McDonal Smith (23 OH) a plasterer, and Jane Smith (20 OH).

1880 Census, Lexington, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 315, Family 323:  Margaret A. JOHN, widow, age 48 OH, father born MD, mother born OH; Elizabeth M, daughter, age 27 OH, single, dress maker, father born PA, mother born OH; Amanda, daughter, age 18 OH, father born PA, mother born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Lines 16 and 17, House 151, Family 156:  Margaret A, widow of Jacob JOHNS, 1st Corporal, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Post Office: Doylestown, Wayne co OH.  Died from chronic diarrhoea.  Died in service.  

1900 Census, Doylestown village, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 187, Family 188:  Margaret JOHNS, widow, born June 1831, age 68 OH, 7 children/4 still living, father born Maine, mother born OH; Chas. McMONGAL, grand son, single, born Nov 1889, age 10 OH, parents born OH.  

Ohio Obituary Index:  Margaret A. JOHN, died 18 Nov 1901 at Wayne Co OH.  Born 13 June 1831.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem., Doylestown.

Pension at fold3.com:
 Jacob JOHNS was sent to hospital boat "Nashville" on 9 Mar 1863 and died near Youngs Point, LA, on 16 Mar 1863.  

Jacob JOHN and Margaret EATON married 25 May 1848 in Wayne Co OH by W A Belding, Minister of the Gospel.  

Present at the births of the following children were Mary EATON and Elizabeth JOHNS:
Elizabeth JOHN, 2 Mar 1852, Wayne Co OH
Margaret A. JOHN, 20 Sep 1853, Stark Co OH
Jacob J. JOHN, 22 Mar 1855, Stark Co OH

Another child, attending physician was Andrew M. Armstrong:
Amanda Mariah JOHN, 3 July 1861, Wayne Co OH

Margaret died 18 Nov 1901.  

JOHNSON, William    16 Aug 1862                                                                                                 
William, age 31,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.
He was transferred to 62nd Co. 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps on 30 Sep 1863.  He mustered out 19 Aug 1865 at St. Louis, Missouri by order of the War Department. 
Wayne County Roll of Honor in Hardesty's says that he was wounded at Arkansas Post.]

Father:  ?? Moses JOHNSON [pillweaver216 at Ancestory.com]
Mother:  ??Nancy DAVIS [pillweaver216 at Ancestory.com]
Birth:  1826, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   Elizabeth FREDERICK
Death:   27 May 1899, Sterling, WayneCo OH
Cemetery:  Chestnut Hill, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH

Wm JOHNSON's stone is still there at Sec 7 Chestnut Hill, Doylestown OH, but is becoming very hard to read.  You can tell where Co G was and can see 120 Ohio Inf.  
He has a GAR marker but no name plate with it.

Wayne Co Graves Registration Cards book: William Johnson of Co G 120th, address Sterling OH.  Died 27 May 1899.  He was "killed by cars" at Sterling OH.  He was born 1826 at Doylestown OH. 

Pension Index:  William JOHNSON, G 120th OH Inf and 62nd Co. 2nd Battalion VRC.  Invalid filed 1879 Nov 8, Application 320788; Certificate 235.306.  Widow, Elizabeth JOHNSON, filed 1899 June 2, Application 699,626; Certificate 487,762in OH.  

????parents  Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 17, Family 17:  Moses JOHNSON, age 48 PA, toolmaker; Nancy, age 38 PA; Thos. F, age 14 OH; Allen, age 12 OH; Eliz, age 10 OH; Els JOHNSON [male] age 20 OH, printer.  

1850 Census, Chippewa, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 81, Family 81:  Wm JOHNSON, age 25 OH, wagon maker; Eliz, age 25 OH; Gertrude A., age 8 months OH.  

1860 census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 361 :  William Johnson (30 OH) a wheelright, Elisabeth (31 OH), Gertrude A (10? OH), Adwina (9 OH),  James S (5 OH)

Discharge Records on microfilm in Wayne County, OH, Book 1, page 486:
Corporal William Johnson of the 62nd, 2nd Battalion Veterans Reserve Corps with a note stating that he had been transferred from Company G of the 120th.  He was born in Wayne County OH.  He was 31 when he enrolled.  He was 5'11", dark complexion, dark eyes and black hair.  He was a wagon maker.  The Oath of Identity, dated 21 July 1866,  has his residence as Wayne Co OH.

1870 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 10, Family 11:  Wm JOHNSON, age 44 OH, works at reaper shop: Elizabeth, age 45 OH; Adwina, age 17 OH; James Allen, age 15 OH, painter; Libertie [f], age 9 OH; Mathias, age 9 OH; Gertrude BEARD, age 20 OH; William BEARD, age 36 PA, black smith.  

1880 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 83:  William JOHNSON, age 54 OH, carpenter, father born PA, mother born OH; Elizabeth, wife,  age 55 OH, parents born OH; Bertie, daughter, age 19 OH; Davis, son, age 19 OH, farmer.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chatham, Medina Co OH:  Line 5, House 159, Family 171:  William JOHNSON, Corporal, Co G 120th OVI.  Post Office: Chatham, Medina Co OH.  

Ohio Death and Burials records:  William JOHNSON, born 1826 in Doylestown.  Died 27 May 1899 in Sterling, Wayne Co OH.  Residence was Sterling.  Farmer.  Married.  Age 73.

In 1900 Elizabeth JOHNSON[born Apr 1824 OH] is living with Gertrude BAIRD[born Apr 1850 OH] in Milton Twp, Wayne County OH, page 9.  They are both widows.  Elizabeth is listed as mother of Gertrude BAIRD.   Gertrude A JOHNSON married Wm W BEARD on 29 Apr 1869 in Wayne County OH.

The Wooster Republican article reporting the Reunion of the 120th in June 1899 stated that William Johnson of Company G had died in the past year.  He was living in Sterling OH. (Sterling is in northern Wayne County in Milton Twp not far from Guilford Township in Medina Co.)

Daughter's Ohio Death Record:  Gertrude Ann BAIRD died 7 Feb 1910, Sharon Twp, Medina Co OH.  Age 59 yrs, 10 m.  Widow.  Born 7 Apr 1850, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  Burial, Seville OH.  Father William JOHNSON, born OH.  Mother Elizabeth FREDERICK, born Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  

JONES, Benjamin T.    29 Aug 1862
Benjamin, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as Captain.
He was promoted to Sergeant Major from priate 26 Jan 1863, then to 1st Lieutenant 15 Mar 1863.  He was promoted to Captain 21 Mar 1864.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He was mustered out 27 Nov 1864 by reason of consolidation [The 120th consolidated with the 114th OVI on that date.].   See also Field and Staff

Father:  David K. JONES
Mother:  
Elizabeth RAYLE
Birth:  
11 Feb 1843, OH
Marriage:   Rose A. PHILLIPS, 30 July 1907 at Wheeling, WV
Death: 21 Sep 1916, Shreve, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery:  Wooster Cem, Wayne Co OH
Cemetery photoCemetery photoPhoto Credit:  Susie Holderfield
Wayne Co Graves Registration cards book:
Benjamin T. Jones of Co G 120th, address Wayne County.  Died 1916 [burial 23 Sep 1916].  Born 1843.  Buried in Wooster Cemetery, Lot 22, block 3 grave 4.  Buried next to David and Elizabeth.
Headstone Application for Military Veterans:  Benjamin T. Jones, Captain, Co G 120th OVI, died 21 Sep 1916.  Wooster Cemetery.  

Pension Index:  Benjamin T JONES, G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 13 Mar 1905, Application 1333138; Certificate 1111548, filed in OH.  Widow, Rose A JONES, filed 1922 Sep 18, Application 1194798; Certificate 922423.  

Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933:  Benjamin T. JONES, Certificate 1111548, Capt, Co G 120 OVI.  died 21 Sep 1916.  Widow Rose A.  

Educational History of Ohio: a History of Its Progress Since the Formation of the State.....by James Jesse Burns, 1905, page 470:  Benjamin T. JONES, born 11 Feb 1843 in Wayne Co OH.  Father David K. JONES, dry goods merchant.  Spent two years in Vermilion Institute at Hayesville, OH.  Began teaching in 1862 near Shrever OH.  Private in 120th OVI at age 19.  Made Sergeant-Major in 1863.  Promoted to First Lieutenant and then in 1864 was made captain of Co G.  After the war he entered Bethany College, West Virginia, graduated 1868 with BA, later getting MA. He was "first honor man" of '68 graduating class.  Assistant professor of Latin and Green at Bethany College for 4 years.  Entered business at Shreve OH for one year.  Principal of private schoold for a year.  1874 elected superintendent of schools at Millersburg, OH for 2 yrs.  Superintendatn of Ashland schoold for 3 years.  Buchtel College, Akron OH, professor one year in English, Latin and Greek.  Superintendent of schools Bellaire, OH for fourteen years where he resigned because he objected to a new course of study being adopted.  One year normal school Smithville, OH.  Principal and teacher Wadsworth, OH, 2 years.  1899 went to Cleveland, OH as niht school teacher and high school subsitute for one year.  East High School teacher one year.  South High School insturctor of English and Latin at the writing of this book.  Member of GAR.   

1850 census, Clinton Township, Wayne county OH: David K JONES, age 35 OH, no occupation; Eliz, age 29 PA; Benj T, age 7 OH; Sara, age 6 OH; Hannah, age 5 OH; Ellenor, age 4 OH, Penny BARNES, age 15 OH.  [Note from Family Search:  David Kimpton JONES married Elizabeth RAYLE (RAY or RAY) on 3 Feb 1842 in Wayne County OH.]

1860 Census, Clinton Twp,Wayne County, OH, page 290:  David K JONES, age 44 OH, merchant; Elizabeth, age 38 PA; Benj F, age 17 OH; Lake F, age 15 OH; Hannah, age 14 OH; Eleanor, age 13 OH; Susan, age 6 OH; Krelah? [female], age 2 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Benj. F. JONES' residence as Shreve, Wayne OH

1880 Census, Shreve, Wayne County, OH, page 127:  David K JONES, age 64, OH, retired merchant, father born VA, mother born NJ; Elizabeth, wife, age 59 PA, parents born PA;  Benjamin F JONES, son, age 38 OH, Prof in Buchtel College, father born OH, mother born PA; Hannah, daughter, age 34 OH; Carlie, daughter, age 22 OH, at college.  

Captain B.F. Jones of Shreve was to be the vice president for the next years reunion.....appointed at the June 1899 reunion of the 120th OVI. 

1900 Census, 10th Ward Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, page 102: Benjamin T JONES, age 57 OH, born Feb 1843,  single, teacher, father born OH, mother born PA.  He is a roomer in a rooming house on Bolivar Street.   

Married Rose 1907  West Virginia Marriages Index: Benjamin T. JONES, age 64,  married Rose A. PHILLIPS, age 41, in Ohio Co West Virginia, in 1907.  Benjamin born Wayne Co OH.  Rose born England.  Ben's residence was Cleveland OH.  Rose's residence was Bellair, OH.  Married 30 July 1907 at Wheeling, W. Virginia.  Obtained at www.wvculture.org

Cleveland Plain Dealer, page 34, 29 Mar 1908:  Benjamin T. Jones, member of the 120th OVI was elected a mameber of the GAR Memorial post in Cleveland.  

1910 Census, 24th Ward Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, page 40:  Benjamin T JONES, age 64? OH, first marriage, married 3 yrs, teacher,  father born OH, mother born PA;  Rose A, wife, age 43 England, first marriage, married 3 yrs, 0 children, father born England, mother born Wales.  

The Wayne County Veterans burial site lists:
Jones, Benjamin   1843 - 1916 in Wooster and the Wooster Cemetery book says he was buried 23 Sept 1916 in Section 3.

Ohio Death Record:  Benjamin JONES died 21 Sep 1916 at Shreve, Wayne Co OH.  Born 11 Feb 1843 in OH.  73 yrs, 7 m 10 dys.  Married.  School Teacher.  Residence Shreve.  Burial 23 Sep 1916 at Wooster Cem.  Father D.K. JONES born OH.  Mother Elizabeth RAYL born PA.  

JONES, John    9 Oct 1862
John, age 30,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father:  ?William JONES
Mother:  ???
Birth:  <1832>OH
Marriage:   1Sophia MILLER, 23 Apr 1852, Wayne Co OH[died 28 Jan 1863]
2
Sarah Ann CONRAD, 10 Dec 1863, Baughman Township, Wayne Co OH
Death:   17 Mar 1881
Cemetery:  
VanKirk-Johnson-Jones Cemetery, Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH

Photo Credit:  Susie Holderfield
John JONES
is buried in VanKirk-Johnson-Jones Cemetery which is southeast of Orrville in Baughman Township.
His stone and his wife's stone are separate from the others and closer to the road.  Sophia, wife of John Jones, died 28 Jan 1863, age 25.    [Note: His grave stone is marked Co A 120th Ohio Inf. but there is no flag holder.  But there is only one John JONES in the 120th and he is in Co G.]  Wayne Co Graves Registration Cards book gives his birth year as 1832.
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/49630714/person/13005425197?ssrc=   Jim Cline descendant

Pension Index:  John JONES, E 48th and G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1870 May 24, Application 157625; Certificate 175078, filed in OH.  Widow, Sarah A JONES, filed 1882 Feb 23, Application 290089; Certificate 202671, filed in OH.  

Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans: John JONES, Private, Co A, 120th OH Inf, Village cemetery in Orrville, Wayne Co OH.  Died 17 Mar 1881.  

1850 Census, Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 267, Family 272:  Wm JONES, age 45 OH, farmer; Nancy, age 25 PA; John, age 18 OH; Smith Orr JONES, age 16 OH; Wm, age 14 OH; Maria, age 11 OH; Elizabeth, age 9 OH; Lydia, age 6 OH; Wm Alex, age one OH; James STEVENS, age 19 OH, farmer.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  John JONES married Sophia MILLER on 23 Apr 1852 in Wayne Co OH.  

1860?  I have looked and looked, but can't find John and Sophia in the 1860 census.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John JONES' residence as Orrville, Wayne OH.

Wife Sophia died 28 Jan 1863.

John JONES married Sarah Ann CONRAD in Baughman Township, Wayne Co OH on 10 Dec 1863.

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1280, Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 18:  John JONES, age 37 OH, trapper; Sarah, age 25 OH; George, age 5 OH; Charles, age 3 OH.  

1880 census Baughman Township Wayne Co OH page 96, Dwelling 92, Family 96:  John Jones, carriage maker, age 45 born OH, father born MD, mother born CN; Sarah (32 OH OH OH), George (14), ??Lela M. (4) [maybe this is Ida M], Arther? (3)  [Ohio Births and Christenings:  John JONES and Sarah CONRAD were parents of Arthur JONES born 2 May 1877, Baughman twp, Wayne Co OH]

John Jones died 17 Mar 1881.  

1890 Veterams Schedule:  Copley Twp, Summit Co OH: Line 19, House 89, Family 91:  Sarah A, widow of John JONES, private Co E, 48th OH Inf., post office Copley, OH, pensioner partially demented.  

1900 Census, Copley village, Summit Co OH:  Sarah A. JONES, age 54 OH, born Sep 1845, parents born OH, 5 children, 3 still living; George W, son, age 34 OH, single, parents born OH, day laborer, born Sep 1865; Ida M, daughter, age 24 OH, single, born Sep 1875, parents born OH.

Sarah A. Jones died 1907.

Ohio, Deaths: Ida May SWAIN died 19 Nov 1909 at Copley Twp, Summit Co OH, married, born 9 Sep 1875 in OH, burial Copley Center, father John JONES born OH, mother Sarah Anne KUNRAD born OH.  

KAHLER, Henry    20 Aug 1862     KOEHLER                                                                           
Henry, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
Transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps on 1 Sep 1863.

Father:  Jacob KOEHLER
Mother:  Catherine KRUMROY
Birth: 3  Feb 1842 [on stone at cemetery]
Marriage:  
Flora Ann SNYDER, 4 Apr 1871 [license issued 23 Dec 1870]
Death:   30 Apr 1922 [on stone at cemetery]
Cemetery:  Burr Oak Cemetery, Athens, MI
Relationship:  Brother in law of Samuel LUDWICK of Co G 120th OVI

 From Lynn:  Henry KAHLER, of the 120th Ohio, is Lynn's great grandfather.  He is buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Athens, Michigan.  He died April 10 1921, and his wife, Flora Ann SNYDER, died May 4, 1911.  Henry's mother was Catherine KRUMROY.  The Snyder family also were from Ohio.  The Kahlers changed the spelling of their name...was Koehler...Henry changed to Kahler when he went into the Army.  One of his male children reverted back to the Koehler spelling in Michigan.  Samuel LUDWICK, also of this Company G, married Henry KAHLER's sister Lucy.
Cemetery Photo with permission from Robin Ellis at
usgwtomstones.org .  [Thanks, Lynn, for the lead on the photos.]

Pension index: Henry Kahler, co G 120, A 5 VRC [Veterans Reserve Corps] Invalid pension 13 Feb 1890, Application 755,180; Certificate 530142  in Michigan

Henry Kahler and Flora Ann Snyder KahlerPhoto from Lynn Gaulin

1850 Census, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 2610, Family 2633:  Jacob KOEHLER, age 40 Germany, farmer; Catharine, age 40 Germany; Eliza, age 16 OH; John, age 10 OH; Henry, age 8 OH; Louisa Ann, age 6 OH; Franklin, age 3 OH; Jefferson, age 7 months OH.  

1860 census, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 384, Family 380: Jacob Kahler (50 Bavaria) a farmer, Catharine (50 Bavaria), Henry (18 OH) a farm laborer, Louise (16 OH) a domestic, Franklin (13 OH), Jefferson (11 OH).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Henry KAHLER's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

1870 Census, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 88, Family 84:  Jacob Kahler, age 60 Bavaria, shoemaker.
Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 89, Family 85:  William GRILL, age 39 PA, farmer; Eliza, age 32 OH; John H, age 9 OH; Mary, age 8 OH; Charles, age 6 OH; Henry KAHLER, age 28 OH, farm laborer; Jefferson KAHLER, age 21 OH, shoemaker; Flora A. STINER, age 16 OH, domestic servant; Philip GRILL, age 46 PA, marked "dumb"; Sarah, age 75 PA.  

Ohio Marriages:  Henry KAHLER married Flora SNYDER, 4 Apr 1871, Summit Co OH.  
 
1880 Census, Franklin, Summit County OH:  Henry Kahler, age 38 born OH a farmer.  His parents were born in Prussia.  His wife was Flora A. age 27 born in OH.  Her parents were born in PA.  The children were William H age 7, Mary C. age 9, Charles E. age 5, Oliver F. age 2, Harvey J. age 3 months.  All the children were born in OH. 

1890 Veterans Schedule Record: Athens, MI Lines 16 and 17, House 323, Family 324, Henry KAHLER, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf. and Co A 5th Veterans Reserve Corps, disabilites rheumatism, catarrh, chronic diarrhoea, post office Athens, Calhoun Co MI.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 704, Athens Twp, Calhoun Co, MI, page 70:  Henry KAHLER, age 58 OH, born Feb 1842, married 30 yrs,  farmer, parents born Germany; Flora A, wife, age 46 OH, born Nov 1853, married 30 yrs, 7 children/7 still living; Mary, daughter, age 29 OH, born Mar 1871, single; Oliver F, son, age 22 OH, born Dec 1877, single, saw mill laborer; Harvey E, son, age 19 OH, born Mar 1881, single, farm laborer; Leo, son, age 17 MI, born Nov 1882; Eugene, son, age 14 MI, born July 1885.  

1910 Census, Series: T624  Roll: 639, Athens Twp, Calhoun Co, MI, page 71:  Henry KAHLER, age 68 OH, first marriage, married 49 yrs, general farmer, parents born Germany, Column 30 marked UA for service in Union Army; Laura, wife, age 56 OH, first marriage, married 49 yrs, 7 children/6 still living,parents born OH; Mary, daughter, age 38 OH, single; Oliver, son, age 24 OH, single, farm laborer.  

1920 Census, Series: T625  Roll: 758, Sherwood?, Branch County, MI, page 232:  James L FORD, age 65 MI, truck farmer, parents born NY; Mary C, wife, age 48 OH, parents born OH; Henry Kahler, father in law, age 77 OH, widowed, parents born Germany, no occupation.

 

KISSINGER, Franklin    22 Aug 1862                                                                                             
Franklin, age 21,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.
[Enlisted at Doylestown]

Father:  Peter KISSINGER
Mother: Elizabeth HARNER/HOMER 
Birth:  30 Nov 1840, Lancaster Co, PA
Marriage:  Mary C. TRIMBEE, 18 Jan. 1862, Wayne County OH
Death:   2 Mar 1926, Wayne Co. OH
Cemetery:  Easton Cem, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH

 Photo Credit: Jerry Holderfield
Frank Kissinger is buried at Easton Cemetery, Section 1,  in Chippewa Twp, Wayne County OH. 1840 - 1926  [Death Record:  Franklin H. KISSINGER Born 30 Nov 1840 in PA]
Mary C. his wife 1842 - 1905
David H. a son  1875 - 1897

Pension index:  Franklin N. Kissinger, Co G 114th OVI, Co. G 120th OVI, filed for invalid pension in Ohio on 6 Feb 1889, Application 688.343; Certificate 486.140.  

1850 Census, Warwick, Lancaster PA, Dwelling 305, Family 336:  Peter KISSINGER, age 45 PA, blacksmith; Eliza, age 40 PA; William, age 20 PA; Susana, age 18 PA; Mary, age 15 PA; Franklin, age 8 PA.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 371:  Peter KISSINGER, age 55 PA, farmer; Elisabeth, age 51 PA; Franklin, age 18 PA, farm hand; Richard A J KILE, age 7 PA, deaf.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed F. A. KISSINGER's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

Franklin H. Kissinger married Mary C. Trimbee, 18 Jan. 1862 in Wayne County Ohio  (probate record) 

Record of Discharge on microfilm at Wayne County OH..page 51
Franklin Kissinger of Co G 120th was dischatged 7 July 1865 from Camp Chase.  It says he was born in Lancaster County PA.  It says he was 22 when he enlisted and was 5' 9½" tall, medium complexion, dark blue eyes, and brown hair.  He was a farmer when he enlisted.  The Oath of Identity was not filled out.

1870 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH, page 77
Frank Kissinger (29 PA) a carpenter laborer, Mary (28 OH).  [On the same census page right next to Peter Kissinger (65 PA) a farmer and Elizabeth (60 PA).]

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1076, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 73:  Frank KISSINGER, age 37 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Mary C, wife, age 36 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; Clara J, daughter, age 9 OH; David H, son, age 5; Charles F, son, age 1; Elizabeth ALLEN, sister in law, age 31 OH, domestic, father born PA, mother born OH; Minnie E, niece, age 4 OH, parents born OH; Francis, nephew, age 2 OH, parents born OH; Ella, niece, age 1 OH, parents born OH.  
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Hardesty's Wayne page 511-512 
See Sources 
Franklin H. Kissinger was two years, ten months and twenty-one days a soldier. He enlisted at Doylestown, Aug 16, 1862, and at Camp Mansfield, October 14th, was mustered into Company G, 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  The regiment reported to Memphis in time to take part in Sherman's expedition down the Mississippi, and was assigned to the 1st brigade, 2nd division, 13th army corps.  In this corps it took part in the battles under Grant, of the Vicksburg campaign, and Mr. Kissinger was a participant in the battles of Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas Post, Thompsons Hill, the assaults on Vicksburg and the battle of Jackson.  At Thompsons Hill he had his suspenders shot in two, but he was never wounded.  He was one of the unfortunates captured at Snaggy Point, and saw 13 months of imprisonment in Camp Ford.  All the horrors that are elsewhere portrayed in this work as having been perpetrated, he saw:  men beaten over the head with revolvers, tied up by their thumbs, was himself kept without rations for three days; rations were a pint of corn meal a day, a spoonful of salt a week, and the sufferings such as no tongue can portray.  Mr. Kissinger was paroled in the spring of 1865, and was discharged from the service at Camp Chase, July 7, 1865.  He is a member of Jeremiah Galehouse Post, N. 297, G.A.R.  He was born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, son of Peter and Elizabeth (Harner) Kissinger.  He married, in Easton, Wayne county, a daughter of Samuel and Jane (Lee) Trimby, Mary C., born in Medina county, Ohio.  Their firstborn, William Henry, was born December 23, 1869, and died when a week old.  They have three living children:  Clara J., born March 22, 1871; David H., May 14, 1875; Charles F. January 7, 1879.  Mr. Kissinger is a farmer, of Chippewa township.  Postoffice address, Easton, Wayne county. 
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1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chippewa twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 42 House 445, Family 454:  Franklin H. KISSINGER, Pvt, Co G 120th OH INf.  Post office: Easton Wayne Co OH,  Disability: catarrh, rheumatism, diarrhoea.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1331, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 96:  Franklin KISSINGER, age 59 PA, born Nov 1840, married 39 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Mary C, wife, age 57 OH, born Jan? 1843, married 39 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, father born PA, mother born OH.  

1910 Census, Series: T624  Roll: 1239, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 92:  Frank KISSINGNER, age 69 PA, widowed, truck farmer, parents born PA, Column 30 not marked for military service;  Mary SCHWESZERT, servent, age 72 OH, widow, father born PA, mother born OH, private family house work.  

1920 Census, Series: T625  Roll: 1448, Chippewa, Wayne Co OH, page 95:  Frank KISINGER, age 74 OH, widowed, retired soldier, parents born PA; Mary HOLLWELL, age 81 OH, relationship "none",  widow, father born PA, mother born OH.  
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Rittman Press, page 1, Thursday, 4 March 1926 
Civil War Veteran Passes Away 
Frank Kissinger, 84, died at the home in Easton.  Tuesday morning.  Cause of death, dropsy. 
He was a Civil war veteran and was imprisoned in Libby Prison for 13 months and when released he weighed less than 100 pounds.  There are but few of the Civil war veterans remaining. 
[Libby Prison was way over in Richmond Virginia.  The men of the 120th who were captured at Snaggy Point in Louisiana were imprisoned at Camp Ford near Tyler TX.  Please see the history section.] 
[Easton is in Chippewa Twp. near Doylestown, Wayne co OH.] 
The index at Wayne County Library says that there is more on page 2, but I could not find anything more in that issue of the paper. 
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The Ohio Death Index online says Franklin H. Kissinger died 3 Mar 1926 in Wayne Co. OH.
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LANE, Adolphus    15 Aug 1862                                                                                                          
Adolphus, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private. No comments listed in the Roster.

Father:  James LANE
Mother:  Henrietta SKINNER
Birth: 1843/4 OH
Marriage:  
Maria E. PORTER, 23 Aug 1872 Wayne Co OH
Death:  
Cemetery:
Relationship:  Brother of Harmon D. LANE of Co G 120th OVI
________

1850 Census, Wooster, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 323, Family 327:  James LANE, age 32 PA, coverlet weaver; Henrietta, age 29 PA; Harman D., age 9 OH; Adolphus, age 7 OH; Oren F., age 3 OH; Samantha, age 4 months OH; Frederica LENTZ, age 12  Germany.

1860 census, Doylestown, Chippewa twp, Wayne co OH page 358:   James D. Lane (45 MD) a wheelright, Henrietta (34 PA), Harmon D (18 OH) an apprentice as moulder, Adolophus (16 OH) an apprentice as wheelright, Orin[?] (12 OH), Laura E. (10 OH), Ursilla F. (7 ), Dora M. (2)
[A moulder was a person who shaped sand into which molten metal was poured in a foundry.  Definition found in "A to Zax" by Barbara Jean Evans]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Adolphos LANE's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH.

1870 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 51, Family 67:  Orrin T. LANE, age 22 OH,carriage maker; Ella, age 24 OH; Adolphus K, age 25 OH, carriage maker.  

Wayne county OH probate: Adolphus K. Lane married Maria E. Porter on 23 Aug 1872

Wayne co births book 
Parents A.R. Lane and Mariah E.______ of Dolylestown
Myron Earl born 23 May 1879
Find a Grave:  Myron E. [Earl] LANE, son of A. K. and M. E. LANE died 29 Aug 1879 at age 3 m, 6 dys.  Burial at Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown Wayne Co OH.  Maria E. LANE, wife of A. K. LANE died 29 May 1879.  Age 33 yrs One month.  Same Cemetery.

1880 Census, 9 June 1880, 121 Walnut st, Akron, Summit Co OH, page 65 B, Dwelling 341, Family 394 :  O. T. LANE, age 32 OH, married, clerk dry good store, father born TN, mother born PA; Ella, age 34 OH, married, parents born OH; A. K. LANE, brother, age 38 OH, widowed, carriage maker, father born TN, mother born PA.  

1880 Census, 14 June 1880, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 330, Vamily344 :  Adolphus K LANE is living in Doylestown with his brother-in-law Richard PORTER[age 32 OH] and wife Amada [age 24 OH]  Adolphus was age 36, born in OH and was a Carriage Builder. 

[The parents of Adolphus seemed to have moved to Michigan.  I found James and Henrietta in the 1880 census in Adrian, Lenawee County, Michigan.  Daughter Dora, age 22,  is still living with them.] 

I can't find Adolphus after 1880.  What happened to him?  Where and when did he die?

LANE, Harmon D.    15 Aug 1862                                                                                                    
Harmon, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
T
ransferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Father:  James LANE
Mother:  Henrietta SKINNER/TANNER
Birth:  9 Dec 1841, OH
Marriage:  
Drucilla J. HUSTON, 28 Dec 1865, Medina Co OH
Death:   4 Jan 1918, Kenmore, Summit Co OH
Cemetery: Lakewood Cem. [Barberton OH, Waterloo Rd]  Section E, grave 438
Relationship:  Brother of Adolphus LANE of Co G 120th OVI
Not at Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  Harman D LANE, Co K 114th OH, Co E 48th OH, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Applied for invalid pension 15 Mar 1887, Application 602118; Cerificate 962635, filed in OH.  Widow applied 30 Jan 1918, Application 1114225; Certificate 842561, filed in OH.  

1850 Census, Wooster, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 323, Family 327:  James LANE, age 32 PA, coverlet weaver; Henrietta, age 29 PA; Harman D., age 9 OH; Adolphus, age 7 OH; Oren F., age 3 OH; Samantha, age 4 months OH; Frederica LENTZ, age 12  Germany.

1860 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa twp, Wayne co OH page 358:   James D. Lane (45 MD) a wheelright, Henrietta (34 PA), Harmon D (18 OH) an apprentice as moulder, Adolophus (16 OH) an apprentice as wheelright, Orin[?] (12 OH), Laura E. (10 OH), Ursilla F. (7 ), Dora M. (2)

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Harmon LANE's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

Medina county OH probate: Harmon Lane married Drucilla J. Henston on 28 Dec 1865

Wayne co births book
Parents Harmon Lane and Catherine Huston of Doylestown
Vinc John born 31 Jan 1876
Vera Mable born 11 Ap 1878
 
1880 Census, Doylestown, Wayne County Ohio:  Harman LANE, age 38 born OH, a teamster, father born NJ, mother in PA.  His wife Drusilla, age 36 born OH, parents born PA.  Children: Clarence age 13 born OH;  Hattie age 11 born OH;  Frederick A. age 10 born Michigan [see note in Adolphus Lane's section about the parents of Harman and Adolphus living in Michigan]; John V. age 4 born OH; and Mabel V. age 2 born OH.\

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1324, Pct A Barberton, Summit Co OH, page 142:  Harmon LANE, age 58 OH, born Dec 1841, married 35 yrs, day laborer, parents born PA; Drusilla, wife, age 56 OH, born July 1843, parents born PA; Fred, son, age 30 MI, born Dec 1869, single, day laborer; Laura, daughter, age 17 OH, single, born Sep 1882.  

1910 Census, Series: T624  Roll: 1232, Coventry Twp, Summit Co OH, page 293:  Hermen D LANE, age 68 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, gate keeper for Sterling B works????, father born NJ, mother born PA [ Note: Column 30 not marked for military service]; Dursilla J, wife, age 67 OH, first marriage, married 46 yrs, 6 children/6 still living, parents born PA; Fredrick A, son, age 40 MI, single, laborer ???? co.

Death record in Ohio:  File # 6554, Harmon D LANE died 4 Jan 1918 at Kenmore, Summit Co OH.  Married.  Laborer.  Born 9 Dec 1841 in OH.  Father James LANE, born VT.  Mother, HenryEtta ???SKINNER, born PA.  Buried Lakewood Cem. [Barberton, Waterloo Rd]  Informant John A or W LANE of ?Kenmore.  

Wife, Death record in Ohio:  File # 71362, Drusella Jane LANE, died on 12 Oct 1918 at 2928 California Ave, Kenmore, Summit Co OH.  Born 22 July 1843 in OH.  Parents were Danil HUSTON and Elizabeth WILEY, born PA.  Burial Lakewood Cem.  Informant, J. V. LANE, of 2928 California Ave.

LAWRENCE, William Q.    22 Aug 1862
William, age 25,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a 2nd Lieutenant.
He was promoted from Sergeant on 11 July 1863.  He was discharged 31 Oct 1863 to accept a promotion.  No further record found.

Father:  Aaron Bell LAWRENCE
Mother:  Matilla MILLER
Birth: 18 Mar 1836, OH
Marriage:   Mary A. MAYNARD
Death:   25 May 1890
Cemetery:  Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit Co OH, Section 12, lot 29

Ohio Civil War Veterans Graves Registrations 
 
says William Q. Lawrence is buried in Summit County, OH.
Sons of Union Veterans:  William Q LAWRENCE, born 1836, died 1890.  Burial Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit County, OH.
Mary A., wife of W. Q. Lawrence born 1 Mar 1836
W. Q. Lawrence, 2nd Lieut.  Co G 120 Regt OVI, born 18 Mar 1836, died 25 May 1890.
 
Parents Aaron Bell LAWRENCE and Matilla MILLER are also buried at Glendale in Akron.
William Q. Lawrence Photo Credit:  Kathy Weigel at
Find a Grave.

Pension Index:  William O. LAWRENCE, Co G 120 OH Inf.  Widow filed 1 Sep 1890, Application 480,924, filed in OH.  Since there was no certificate number, she may have died soon after the application.  

1850 Census, Canaan, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 107, Family 107:  A. B. LAWRANCE, age 38 OH; Mirtillia, age 41 OH; Phebe, age 16 OH; William H., age 13 OH; Marty I., age 11 OH; Sarah M, age 7 OH; Amanda M, age 3 OH.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 241:  Martella LAWRENCE, age 50 OH. Martha J, age 21 OH; Sarah M, age 19 OH; Amanda M, age 13 OH; William Q LAWRENCE, age 24 OH, carpenter.  

1870 Census,
Series: M593  Roll: 1270, 2nd Ward, Akron, Summit Co OH, page 52:  William Q LAWRENCE, age 34 OH, carpenter; Mary, age 33 OH; Edith M, age 3 OH.  

1880 Census, Akron, Summit County OH:   William Q. Lawrence age 44 OH, machinist, parents born in OH; Mary A. age 43 born in OH, parents born in VT.  Daughter Edith M. age 14 born in OH. 

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Akron, Summit Co OH:  Line 39, House 209, Family 238:  Mary A. LAWRENCE widow of William Q. LAWRENCE, Lieut and Srgt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  

 

LINK, Joseph   22 Aug 1862
Joseph, age 23,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
Joseph died 12 July 1863 at Black River, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Joseph Link as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.

Father:  Nicholas LINK
Mother:  Bridget Mary FRIEDMAN
Birth:  <1839>
Marriage:  

Death:   12 July 1863, Black River, MS
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS  [not listed]

1850 Census, have not found.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 365:  Nicheles LINK, age 50 France, farmer; Mary, age 43 Banden Germany; Joseph age 21 OH, farm hand; Mary, age 13 OH; Andrew, age 10 OH; Lewis, age 5 OH; George, age 3 OH; William, age 6 months OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Joseph LINK's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

1870 Census,
Series: M593  Roll: 1280, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 81:  Nichoas LINK, age 60 France, farmer; Bridget, age 53 Baden; Andrew, age 20 OH farm laboerer; Louis, age 15 OH; George, age 13 OH; William, age 11 OH.  [Family Search:  Bridget Mary's maiden name was FRIEDMAN.  The family later moved to Stark Co OH.  Buried St. Peter Paul Cem, Canton OH.  I wonder if there is any kind of marker there for Joseph.]

LONGLEY, Edmund    17 Oct 1862         LANGLEY  LANGLY
Edmund, age 27,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Sergeant.  Birth: <1833 - 1835>
He was discharged 25 Mar 1863 at Covington Kentucky on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Soldiers and Sailors System:  Edmund LANGLEY, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Rank in: Pvt  Rank out: Sergeant
Also enlisted 1 May 1861 at Detroit MI, Pvt. Co A 1st MI Inf.  Discharged Aug 1861 at Detroit, 3 month signup 

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1833 - 1835> OH
Marriage:   Mary McKENDRICK, 25 Apr 1861, Detroit, Wayne Co MI.  

Death:   13 Sept 1890, Dayton, Montgomery Co OH
Cemetery:  Dayton National Cemetery  Plot H, 20, 2
Edward Longley at Dayton National CemeteryPhoto Credit: Kevin Tucker at Find a Grave

Pension index:  Edmund LANGLEY, Co G 120th OH Inf.  applied for invalid pension 9 July 1890, application number 801724 in Ohio.    Attorney J. Hauser

Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903:  Edward LANGLEY, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  National Military Home Cemetery near Datyon OH.  Died 13 Sep 1890, Sec H.  

US Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865:  Eastern part of Hamilton County, OH, enumerated June 1863.  E. P. LANGLEY, 60 6th street, age as of 1 July 1863 28, clerk, unmarried, born OH, former service 120th OH Vol Inf.  

Michigan, Marriages:  Edmund D. LANGLEY, born 1835, married Mary McKENDRICK, born 1838, on 25 Apr 1861 at Detroit, Wayne Co MI.  [Edmund enlisted 1 May 1861 at Detroit MI, Pvt. Co A 1st MI Inf.  Discharged Aug 1861 at Detroit, 3month signup]  [There was a Mary McKENDRICK, age 23,born MI, living in Detroit, Ward 7, Wayne Co MI in 1860 census:  Ann McKENDRICK, age 55 Ireland;  Rose SHERMAN, age 28 Ireland;  Mary McKENDRICK, age 23 MI; Isabella McKENDRICK, age 20 MI; Nella McKENDRICK, age 16 MI; Hannah McKENDRICK, age 14 MI.

Apparently went to Cincinnati, Hamilton Co OH

Enlisted in 120th 17 Oct 1862

Listed in Wooster Republican with a list of men in Company G, Thursday, 1 Jan 1863, as Edmund LANGLEY of Cincinnati

Wife Mary must have died, but when and where?  Between 1861 and June 1863.

I have been unable to find Edmund in the census records for 1850, 1860, 1870, or 1880.  

1890 Special Schedule Veterans:  National Military Home, Montgomery Co OH: Line 12 #972 Edmund LANGLEY, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Enlistment 1 May 1861, Discharge Oct 1863, 2yrs, 4 mts.  Disability Hernia

US National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866 - 1938, Dayton OH:
Edward LANGLEY
Enlisted 1 May 1861 at Detroit MI, Pvt. Co A 1st MI Inf.  Discharged Aug 1861 at Detroit, 3 month signup
Enlisted 17 Oct 1862 at Mansfield OH, Pvt Co G 120th OH Inf.  Discharged 25 May 1863 at Covinton KY for disability: rheumatism and hernia
Born OH, age 57, Ht 5'9", dk complexion, hazel eyes, gray hair, carpenter, residence subsequent to discharge Cincinnati, OH; widower; nearest relative, sister Mrs. Susan Frey, Witchita, KS
Date of admission 21 June 1890, died 13 Sept 1890, lubar pneumonia.  Burial H 20, Grave 2
Protestant

 

LUCAS, Henry   22 Aug 1862            
Henry, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a Private.
Henry died 1 June 1863 near Vicksburg, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Henry Lucas as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.   But his name is not on the list for Vicksburg at Interment.net.  He could have been moved to the national cemetery after the war and is in a grave marked "unknown". 

Father:  Thomas LUCAS
Mother:  Margaret CRAWFORD
Birth: <1844> OH
Marriage:   no widow
Death:  
1 June 1863 near Vicksburg, MS
Cemetery: Vicksburg National Cem. [not listed]
Wayne Co Graves Registration Cards book:
Henry Lucas of Co G 120th, died 1 June 1863 at Vicksburg, Mississippi.  He was born in 1844 [Roster].  There is a grave plot for him at Chestnut Hill, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH....Lot 8, Block 4, grave 2.
[I found the grave of Margaret LUCAS 1817 - 1891 in Chestnut Hill Cem, sec 4, Doylestown OH.  But I could not see any marker of any kind for Henry.  There was supposed to be one there for him in the same section, 1844 - 1 Jun 1863.]

Pension Index:  Henry LUCAS, G 120th OH Inf.  Mother, Margaret LUCAS, filed 1864 May 28, Application 52826, Certificate 65452.  State not given.  

Not on Military Headstones lists.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

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

parents:  Jefferson County Probate Court record:  Thomas LUCAS married Margaret CRAWFORD 12 May 1840 in Jefferson Co OH.

1850 Census, Chippewa Township, Wayne co OH, Dwelling 215, Family 223:  Thos. Lucas, age 52 Ireland, carpenter; Mary, age 33 OH; Sarah E., Age 9 OH; Mary E, age 7 OH; Henry E., age 6 OH; Rosanna, age 9 months, OH.  

1860  Census, Chippewa twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 284, Family 275:  Thomas LUCAS, age 65 Ireland, farmer; Margaret, age 43 PA; Henry, age 14 OH; Hosanah, age 10 OH; Mariah J, age 7 OH; William A, age 6 OH; Robert E, age 1 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Henry LUCAS' residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1280, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 79:  Margaret LUCAS, age 53 PA; Jane, age 18 OH; William, age 16 OH, labor at coal bank; Robert, age 12 OH.  [William's death record says his mother was Margaret CRAWFORD. ]

1880 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 250, Family 259:  William SMITH, age 31 OH, school teacher, father born PA, mother born OH;  Jane, wife, age 28 OH, fater born Ireland, mother born PA; Rhoda, daughter, age 6 OH; Lucy, daughter, age 4 OH; Margaret LUCAS, age 63 PA, mother in law, widow, parents born Ireland.  

Not found on 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Margaret died 1891.  

Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Mary E BAYSINGER died 9 Mar 1924 at Akron, Summit Co OH, residence 310 Hillwood Ave.  Age 80.  Widow.  Born 17 Sep 1843 at Doylestown, OH.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Father Thomas LUCAS, born Ireland.  Mother Margaret COFORD, born PA.  Spouse Henry BAYSINGER.  

Pension at fold3.com:
Henry LUCAS, mother Margaret. [Margaret's husband "has been an invalid for the last four years - unable to labor - 67 yrs old."  Dated 21 Feb 1866]  Henry was age 17/18, 5'4" tall, fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair, farmer.  Enrolled at Chippewa, Wayne Co OH.  

Margaret's husband was Thomas LUCAS.  They still had children, siters of Henry,  under the age 16 at the time of the death of Henry.  Margaret "received the wages of her son Henry Lucas before he enlisted and during the time he was in the army."

Henry "died of burns June 1, 1863." burn received by the premature explosion of powder."  This burn took place near Champion Hills, Mississippi on 18 May 1863.  Henry had no widow or dependent children.

 But Captain William G. MYERS wrote from Chippewa, June 5th, 1865: "...some time in the beginning of May while marching from Raymond Miss. toward the rear of Vicksburgh with his [Henry Lucas] company.  He and others were burned by the explosion of shells or powder dropped by the enemy and died in two weeks from the effect of said wounds.....I have conversed with a number of privates and officers in my company who were present and saw him at the time of the accident and after his death."

Mother Margaret wrote a letter, 26 Sep 1865, asking what part of the pension application was not correct.  She told of how she was caring for her husband who was unable to care for "himself any more than a child."

In another letter of Aug 14, year unknown/1866, mother Margaret wrote to the Commissioner of Pensions wondering where her reply from the pension office was:
"My husband has been an invalid for five years he is renderd helpless his desease is palsy he cant help himself he is the same to me as a nurseing child.  When this war commenced I thought it my duty to follow the example of the Sparten Mothers I gave my only son and ???the support as a sacrifice on the alter of his country  Now I am left with a family of four children and sick Husband to support  I have been compeled to make application to the trustees of the township for help  my health is very poor at present........."

Thomas had been sick for 4 yrs....1865.  Margaret had been receiving Henry's army pay.  

Dr. A. M. Armstrong wrote that he was the doctor caring for father Thomas Lucas, the husband of Margaret and that Thomas was "a confirmed paralletic and unable to contribute in any degree to her support."  He also said that he had formerly employed Henry Lucas.

 

LUDWICK, Samuel    22 Aug 1862                                                                                                 
Samuel, age 21,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father:  Samuel LUDWICK [buried Grill Cem, Summit Co OH]
Mother:  Mary/Marietta DICK [buried Grill Cem, Summit Co OH]
Birth:  1841 OH
Marriage:  
Lucy A. KALER/KAHLER, 20 Aug 1865, Summit Co OH
Death:  
13 May 1910 at Carson City, Montcalm Co MI
Cemetery:  Carson City Cemetery, Carson City, Montcalm Co MI
Relationship:  Brother in law of Henry KAHLER of Co G.  

Samuel Ludwick at Carson City Cemetery, Montcalm Co MI

Samuel Ludwick at Carson City Cemetery, Montcalm Co MI

Photo Credits:  Amanda Sheets at Find a Grave

Pension index: Samuel Ludwick of Co G 120th OVI,  Invalid pension 5 May 1880, Application 361313; Certificate 255632,   Widow's pension, Lucy A, 21 May 1910, Application 942543; Certificate 704859, filed in Michigan

Michigan, Deaths and Burials:  Samual LUDWICK died 13 May 1910 at Carson City, Montcalm Co MI, age 69.  Born 1841.  Retired farmer.  Married.  Father Samuel LUDWICK and Marietta DICK.  

Sons of Union Veterans:  Samuel LUDWICK, born 1841.  Burial Vermillion Cem, SR 60, Hayesville, Vermillion Twp, Ashland County OH.  [There is a note that no stone was found but there was a GAR flag holder.] Why would his flag holder be in Ashland County?   This flag holder is shown at Find a Grave.  But the flag holder says Regiment Unknown.  There was a Samuel Ludwick/Ludwig in the 44th Indiana, so it is not likely to be at his grave, but it could be.  The Samuel LUDWICK/LUDWIG of the 120th OH was also in the 114th OH.  There are no other soldiers by that name listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System.]
______

1850 Census, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 2660, Family 2683:  Samuel LUDWICK, age 48 PA, farmer; Mary, age 39 PA; George, age 19 OH, farmer; Eve, age 17 OH; Barbara, age 15 OH; Rachel, age 13 OH; Mary E., age 11 OH; Samuel, age 9 OH; Rebecca, age 7 OH; Vernon P, age 5 OH; Jemima, age 3 OH; Anna, age 1 OH; Levi LUDWICK, age 22 OH, farmer.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1039, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 154:  Samuel LUDWIG, age 15 OH, farm laborer and Anna LUDWIG, age 10 OH, are living with the Martin [29 PA] and Rachel [23 OH] GRILL family.  [I have found at Family Search  that Rachel LUDWICK married Martin GRILL and her parents were Samuel LUDWICK and Mary DICK.]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Samuel LUDWICK's residence as Chippewa, Wayne OH

Summit County OH Probate:  Samuel Ludwick married Lucy A. Kaler on 20 Aug 1865.  [Note: Lucy was the sister of Henry KAHLER, also of this Company G.]

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 692, Bloomer Twp, Montcalm Co MI, page 8:  Samiel LUDWICK, age 29 OH, farmer; Lucy, age 26 OH; Annie, age 3 OH; Frank, age 1 MI.  

In the 1880 census New Haven, Gratiot County, Michigan, Samuel Ludwick age 39 born OH, is a farmer.  His parents were born in PA.  His wife Lucy age 36 born in OH.  Her parents born Bavaria.  Children:  Anna age 12 born OH;  Frank age 11 born MI; Mary age 8 born MI; Luella age 5 born MI; and Willis age 1 born MI.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  New Haven, Gratiot Co MI:  Line 23, House 80, Family 80:  Samuel LUDWICK, Pvt, Co G 120 OVI.  Post Office:  Carson city, Montcalm Co MI.  Defective eyesight. 13 months in Rebel Prison.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 712, New Haven Twp, Gratiot Co MI, page 174:  Samuel LUDWICK, age 59 OH the index says, but can barely make out the last name myself....on the next page are listed the following:  Willis H, son, age 21 MI, single, born Mar 1979, farm laborer, parents born OH;  Pearl E, daughter, age 17 MI, born Apr 1883, parents born OH;  Clio H, son, age 11 MI, born Dec 1888, parents born OH.  

1910 Census, enumerated 19 April 1910, Series: T624  Roll: 665, Bloomer Twp, Montcalm Co MI, page 32:  Samuel LUDWICK, age 69 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, no occupation, parents born PA; Lucy, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 44 yrs, 7 children/7 still living, parents born Germany; Mary, daughter, age 38 MI, single; Pearle MORSE, age 26 MI, widow; Grace LUDWICK, daughter [Must have been a grand daughter], age 5 MI, parents born MI.  

McCRANE, Cornelius* 16 Aug 1862
Cornelius, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
Cornelius died 9 Mar 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Cornelius McCrane as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1844>
Marriage:  

Death:  
9 Mar 1863,Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  
Vicksburg National Cemetery [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Cornelius McCRACKEN, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf, died 8 Mar 1863 on floating hospital "Nashville"    Cause:  diarrhoea.  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Not on Pension Index.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed C. McCRAHN's residence as Loudonville.  

McGEE, Patrick    28 July 1862         Patrick MAGEE
Patrick, age 30,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a Private.
He was transferred to Co. K, 114th OVI on 27 Nov, 1864. Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865. Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  17 Mar 1831  Wexford, Ireland  [taylorruczak at Ancestry.com]
Marriage:  
Sarah HANNAH on 6 Jul 1855 in Wayne Co OH
Death:   8 Aug 1907 Athens Co OH  [taylorruczak at Ancestry.com]
Cemetery: St. Patrick Cemetery, Conner Rd, outside of Buchtel, York Twp, Athens Co OH [Civil War soldier, no dates]
Cemetery Photo Photo Credit:  Roland Sheskey at Find a Grave

Pension Index:  Patrick McGEE, E 48th OH Inf, G 120th OH Inf and K 114th OH Inf.  Invalid 28 Mar 1881, Application 417856, Certificate 537928, filed  in OH.   

Came to US in 1850.

???????1850 Census, Geneseo, Livingston, New York, Dwelling 34, Family 34:  Chester HASKINS, age 29 NY, farmer; Martha, age 26 NY; Elizabeth HEAD, age 16 NY; William HEAD, age 18 NY, farmer; Patrick MAGEE, age 18 Ireland, laborer.  [Dated 14 July 1850]

Wife's family:  1850 Census, Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 201, Family 208:  Precilla HANNA, age 53 PA; Precilla, age 26 OH; Eleanor, age 21 OH; Isabella, age 18 OH; Sarah, age 14 OH; Alexander, age 12 OH.  

Ohio Marriages:  Patrick McGEE married Sarah HANNA on 6 Jul 1855 in Wayne Co OH.  

1860 Census, Prairie Twp, Holmes Co OH, Dwelling 959, Family 980: Patrick MAGEE, age 28 Wexford Ireland, coal miner; Sarah, age 24 OH; James, age 4 OH; Alexander, age 10 months OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Patrick McGEE's residence as Wooster [Wayne Co OH]

Discharge Records on microfilm at Wayne County OH, Book 1, page 244
Patrick McGee of Co E 48th OVI, discharged at Houston TX.  He was born in Waxford, Ireland.  His age at enrollment was 31 years.  He was 5'10", florid complexion, grey eyes and dark hair.  He was a laborer.  On the Oath of Identity, dated 22 Nov 1865, he was listed as living in Fredricksburg, Wayne County OH.

1870 Census, Tuscarawas Twp, Coshocton Co OH, Dwelling 170, Family 157:  Patrick MAGEE, age 40 Ireland, coal miner; Sarah, age 41 OH; James T?, age 14 OH, coal miner; Alexander, age 11 OH; John, age 9 OH; Mary, age 3 OH; Harriet, age one OH.  [Alex HANNA and family are living at Dwelling 167.  This might be Sarah's brother.]

1880 Census, York Twp, Athens Co OH, Dwelling 78, Family 88:  Patrick MAGEE, age 48 Ireland, coal miner, father born Ireland; Sarah, wife, age 47 OH, can't read parents birthplaces; James F, son, coal miner, age 24 OH; Alexander, son, age 20 OH, coal miner; John, son, age 18 OH, coal miner; two children not visible on the census; Amira, daughter, age 9 OH; Catherine, daughter, age 7 OH; Agness, daughter, age 4 OH; Patrick, son, age one OH; James MAGEE, brother, age 46 Ireland, father born Ireland; Lizzie ?Caine, servant, age 18 Scotland, father born Ireland.  [Son, Patrick was born 17 Mar 1879 at York, Athens, OH.  Father Patric McGEE, mother Sarah HANNAH.]

Wife Sarah died 20 Feb  1883.  [taylorruczak at Ancestry.com]

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Nelsonville, Athens Co OH: Line 7, House 231, Family 292, Patrick McGEE, Private, Co E 48th OVII, disability chronic diarrhoea, post office Nelsonville.  

1900 Census, Nelsonville village, York Twp, Athens Co OH, Dwelling 184, Family 198:  Patrick Magee, age 69 Ireland, parents born Ireland, born March 1831, married, married 45 yrs, emigrated to US in 1850, been living in US 50 yrs, Naturalized, no occupation; John, son, age 38 OH, single, born Oct 1861, father born Ireland, mother born OH, coal miner; Hariett L, daughter, age 31 OH, single, housework, father born Ireland, mother born OH, born Apr 1869; Patrick, son, age 21 OH, coal miner, single, born March 1879, father born Ireland, mother born OH; Maggie ?MCLAUGHLIN, granddaugther, age 13 OH, single, born May 1887, father born Ireland, mother born OH.

Patrick died in 1907.  

 

McGLENN, Henry    26 Aug 1862
Henry, age 27,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
T
ransferred to Co K, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.[McGlinn]  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
-----------------------------------------
In the Wooster Republican, 29 Jan 1863:
In No. 3 Hospital, Adam's Block, Memphis: H McGlenner of the 120th is listed.  I think this is Henry.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1835>
Marriage:  

Death:  
Cemetery:

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Henry McGLENN's residence as Wooster.  

MANNING, Jennings    21 Aug 1862                          Jennings Franklin MANNING                                                                       
Jennings, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.  There are no comments listed in the Roster.

Father:  William MANNING
Mother:  Elizabeth GIFT
Birth:1845 OH
Marriage:  

Death:   may have died before 1870 census.  
Cemetery:  

Pension Card:  Jenning F. MANNING, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Father, William MANNING, applied 21 June 1883, Application 305.845, no Certificate number, filed in OH.  


1850 Census Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Wm Manning (age 50 born VA) a farmer, Eliz (49 PA), Jennings F. (6 OH). [Ohio Marriages:  William MANNING married Elizabeth GIFT on 16 Jan 1844 in Wayne Co OH.]

Christening record:  Presbyterian Church, Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH, Jennings Franklin MANNING, baptised/christened 5 May 1845.  Father William MANNING.  Mother not listed.  

1860 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH page 377:  William MANNING (60 PA) no occupation given, Elisabeth (56 PA), Jennings (15 OH).

parents 1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 166, Family 174: William MANNING, age 71 PA, retired, blind; Elizabeth, age 69 PA; Allen GIFT, age 15 PA, farm laborer.

Parents
Ohio Deaths:  Elizabeth MANNING died 14 Dec 1879, Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Born 1801 PA. Married  
Ohio Deaths:  William MANNING died 4 Dec 1885, Chippewa, Wayne Co OH. Born 1800.  Widowed.

MANSFIELD, Abraham*    21 Aug 1862   
Abraham, age 27,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.  Abraham died 2 May 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists the same cemetery for Abraham.  It gives the location as section 6, grave 7 [This is probably an old numbering system for the cemetery.]

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  1837 Medina Co OH [by Illinois_Webber at Ancestry.com]
Marriage:  
Elizabeth HELWICK/HELMICK,1 Nov 1857, Summit Co OH
Death:   2 May 1863, St Louis, MO
Cemetery:  
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St Louis MO
Cemetery PhotoCemetery PhotoPhoto Credits:  Bobby Remelius  [Remo] at Find a Grave

Buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St Louis Missouri...died and buried 2 May 1863, US Army, Private. Plot 6 0 7549

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Abraham MANSFIELD, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.  died 7 May 1863 at Lawson General Hospital, St. Louis, MO.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.

Not on Military Burial Registers, 1768-1921

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension index: Abraham Mansfield shows a widow Elizabeth  Pension Card:  Widow applied 7 July 1863, Application 26.826; Certificate 10.899;  and a guardian J. Baysinger, 30 Mar 1867, Application 144,792; Certificate 118,898.

1850 Census, Wadsworth, Medina Co OH, Dwelling 266, Family 273:  Abram KEPHART, age 20 PA, laborer; Daniel SNIDER, age 30 PA, farmer; Maria SNIDER, age 27 MD; Abram MANSFIELD, age 13 OH.  

Probate records Summit co OH:  Abram MANSFIELD married Elizebeth HELWICK on 1 Nov 1857.

1860 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH, page 377:  Abraham Mansfield (22 OH) day laborer, Elisabeth (24 OH), James E. (11 months OH),  Sabrinah Mansfield (39KY).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Abraham MANSFIELD's residence as Chippewa.  

Ohio Marriages:  Elizabeth MANSFIELD married Michael BAYSINGER on 13 Sep 1866 in Summit Co OH.

Guardianship, Wayne Co OH:
1866 Abraham Mansfield, deceased Probate Case #2884   J7-105
children: Jas. E. born 20 July 1859
Jn. F. born 12 Sep 1862
Guardian:  Jac. Baysinger   [There was a Jacob BAYSINGER, age 46, living in Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH in 1870 and 1880.  His wife was also named Eliza.]

1870 Census, Chippewa twp, Wayne Co OH, page 84 - 85:  Mike BAYSINGER, age 35 OH, farm laborer; Eliza, age 28? OH; James MANSFIELD, age 11 OH; John MANSFIELD, age 9 OH; Samuel BAYSINGER, age 4 OH; William BAYSINGER, age 2 OH; Martha BAYSINGER, age 9 months OH, born in January 1869.  They are all living in the household of Harvey [24 OH] and Amanda [24 OH] GALEHOUSE.  

In 1880, Samuel BAYSINGER, is living with his uncle Abram BAYSINGER in Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH..........Dwelling 34, Family 37.

Where was the rest of the family???????

Was this Abraham's widow or is this Jacob Baysinger's wife?  Ohio Obituary Index: Eliza BAYSINGER, died 28 Jan 1894 at Doylestown, age 70  listed at Find a Grave  Born Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  

Pension at fold3.com:

Abraham MANSFIELD died at Lawson Hospital, St. Louis, MO on 3 May 1863 of congestion of the lungs.  Another paper says chronic diarrhoea was cause of death.  

Elizabeth HELWICK and Abraham MANSFIELD were married in Summit Co OH on 1 Nov 1857.   by R. G. MARSHALL Justice of the Peace.  Another paper says that they were married at Johnson Corners, Medina Co OH.  

Minor children:  James Edward born 20 July 1859 and John Franklin born 12 Sep 1861.  Dr. A. M. ARMSTRONG, of Wayne Co OH, was the physician in attendance at the birth of John F. Mansfield born 12 Sep 1861.  Ann M HARTER was the midwife in attendance at the birth of James E. MANSFIELD on 20 July 1859.  

Widow remarried 13 Sep 1866 to Michael BAYSINGER.
 Their post office was Easton, Wayne Co OH.  

Jacob BAYSINGER was appointed guardian of the children.  Dated 4 Sep 1866

MARSHALL, Joseph    21 Aug 1862                                                                                          
Joseph, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864. Transferred to Co. E of the 48th OVI 24 July 1865.  Mustered out at Houston TX 14 Oct 1865.
[Enlisted at Doylestown......theWayne County Roll of Honor in Hardesty's also says that Joseph Marshall was wounded at Black River Bridge.]

Father:  Francis MARSHALL
Mother:  
Helena SCHONDEL
Birth:  1843 Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   1866, Catherine RILEY
Death:   11 Feb 1923 at Lafayette IN
Cemetery:  
St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church Cemetery, Doylestown OH
Relationship:  Step son of
Andrew GARDHEFFNER, of Co G 120th

Joseph Marshall grave stoneJoseph Marshall military flag holderPhoto Credits:  Jerry Holderfield
Joseph Marshall is buried at St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church Cemetery in Doylestown OH...1843 - 1923
Catherine Riley, his wife:  born 3 May 1843, married 27 Sep 1866, died 8 July 1924

Pension index: Joseph Marshall, G 120th OH Inf, E 48th OH Inf, K 114th OH Inf.    Invalid pension 29 Dec 1879, Application 325597, Certificate 299502.   Widow Catherine 26? Feb 1923, Application 1201320; Certificate 931563, filed in Indiana.  Joseph died 11 Feb 1923 at Lafayette IN.  

Can not find in 1850.  

1860 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 370
Francis Marshel (38 MD) a farmer, Ellen (30 France), Joseph (17 OH)listed as "none" on occupation but was attending school, Henry (14 OH) 

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Joseph MARSHALL's residence as Chippewa.  

Discharge record on microfilm at Wayne co OH, book 2, page 60:
Joseph Marshall of Co E 48th Ohio was born in Wayne Co OH.  He enrolled at age 18, was 5' 5½" tall, with dark complexion, hazel eyes and black hair.  He was a farmer.  Oath of Identity was 17 Aug 1882 but residence was not given. 

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1280, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 106:  Joseph MARSHAL, age 26 OH, stone mason; Catharine, age 25 OH; Mary F.J.; age 2 OH; Clement, age 9 months, born Aug 1869; Henry, age 24 OH, teaching school; Andrew GARDHEFNER, age 49 Bavaria, stone mason.  [Note: Andrew GARDHEFNER is the step-father of Joseph MARSHALL....see Andrew GARDHEFNER of this Company G above.]
In the 1870 census, Andrew Gardhefner, age 49, is living in the household of his step-son and fellow Civil War veteran, Joseph Marshall.  Others in the household are Joseph's wife Catherine, daughter Mary Frances, son Clement, and brother Henry.  Both Joseph and Andrew are noted as being stone masons.  Henry's occupation is given as teaching school.  Andrew's birthplace is listed as Bavaria

The 1870 census was for Chippewa Twp., Wayne Co.   And it was Joseph Marshall and Andrew Gardheffner who were the stone masons.  [Joseph's younger brother Henry's occupation in 1870 was School Teacher.  He had lost a leg in 1864 when he was 17 in a farm accident (a tree fell on him during  land clearing).  Consequently he attended High School in Canton.   It seems likely that it was during this time that his mother, Helen SHONDEL Marshall, was married to Andrew Gardheffner.  She had been widowed in March 1864 and died in September 1869.   Henry went on to become the Wayne County Recorder and a Deputy Probate Judge.] 

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1076, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 83:  Joseph MARSHALL, age 36 OH, stone mason, parents birth left blank; Catherine, wife, age 35 OH, parents born Ireland; Mary, daughter, age 13 OH; Clement, son, age 10 OH; Chester, son, age 8 OH; Edward, son, age 5 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH: Line 6, Joseph MARSHALL, Private, Co G 120 OVI, disability vertigo and nervous debility resulting from sunstroke.  Post office Doylestown.

In the 1 June 1893 edition, Tri-County Weekly News - Doylestown, Ohio:
The 120th OVI will hold 25th reunion at Mansfield O. on Tuesday, June 13 and Memorial Day Decorations of soldiers graves in Doylestown on Tuesday May 30, 1892 - Chestnut Hill cemetery by the G.A.R. ex-soldiers present [Marshall, Joseph Co. G 120 OVI included in list]

1900 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1076, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 78:  Joseph MARSHALL, age 57 OH, married 34 yrs, born Mar 1843, parents born Germany; Catherine, wife, age 56 OH, married 34 yrs, born May 1844, 5 children/2 still living, parents born Ireland; Charles, son, age 16 OH, born June 1883.  

1910 Census, Series: T624  Roll: 1239, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 82:  Joseph MARSHALL, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, father born OH, mother born France, spoke German, mason doing odd jobs, column 30 marked UA for military service; Cahtarine, wife, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 43 yrs, 5 children/3 still living, parents born Ireland.  

1920 Census, Series: T625  Roll: 1448, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 81:  Joseph MARSHALL, age 77 OH, retired farmer, parents born PA, Catherine, age 77 OH, parents born Ireland.  

Brother's Ohio Death record:  Henry MARSHALL died 23 Dec 1913 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  Born 24 May 1846 in Doylestown OH.  Married.  Retired.  Burial Doylestown Cem.  Father Francis MARSHALL, born PA.  Mother Helena SCHONDEL, born France.

MEDSKER, Enoch    9 Oct 1862
Enoch, age 22,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father:  Peter MEDSKER
Mother:  Elizabeth MYERS  
Birth:  4 Nov 1840 OH  
Marriage:  
Pella/Polly Lavina MYERS, 16 Feb 1862, Williams Co OH.  
Death:  13 Feb 1904, Hayes Twp, Charlevoix Co MI
Cemetery:  Brookside Cemetery, Charlevoix Co, MI
 Photo Credit:  Dr. Buck at
Find a Grave

Notice the mistake on the company.  

 Pension index: Enoch Medsker of Company G 120th OVI: Invalid pension, 29 Ap 1889 in Michigan; Widow's pension, Polly L. 2 Mar 1904 in Michigan

1860 Census, Centre Twp, Williams Co OH, Dwelling 1208?, Family 1252:  [hard to read, but here is Ancestry's interpretation]  Peter METKER, age 64 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 43 PA; Enoch, age 19 OH; John, age 16 OH; Wm, age 13 OH; Rebecca, age 10 OH; Abraham, age 7 OH; Daniel, age 5 OH; Maria E, age one month OH.

 
1860 census MEDSKER 

Father 1870:  Center Twp, Williams Co OH -post office Bryan, Dwelling 201, Family 201:  Peter MEDSKER, age 60 PA, farmer; Elizabeth, age 53 PA; Abraham, age 16 OH; Daniel, age 14 OH; Maria, age 10 OH.
[Note: other than Peter's age, this seems to match the 1850 census above.]

Ohio Marriages:  Enoch MEDSKER marryed Pella Lavina MYERS on 16 Feb 1862 at Williams Co OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Enoch MEDSKER's residence as Bryan [Centre Twp, Williams Co OH]  

1870 Census, Centre Twp. Williams Co OH, Post Office Bryan, Dwelling 199, Family 199:  Enos MEDSKER, age 35 OH, well digger; Mary, age 25 OH; Lucy, age 4 OH; George, age 2 OH.  

They were in Lenawee Co MI by 1879.

Son, US Federal Mortality Schedule, 1880, Riga Twp, Lenawee Co MI, list of persons who died during 1 June 1879 to 31 May 1880:  Enoch MEDSKER, age 8 months, born MI, parents born OH, died Nov 1879 of burns.  Resident of county for 8 months.  

In the 1880 census in Riga, Lenawee County, Michigan:  Enoc Medsker age 38 born in OH is a farm laborer.  His parents were born in PA.  His wife Polly, age 34 born in OH.  Her father was born PA and mother in NY.  Two sons are listed:  George age 12 born OH, and Herman age 4 born MI.

1890  Veterans Schedule:  Hayes Twp, Charlevoix Co MI:  Line 12, Enos MEDSKER, Private Co G 120th OH Inf, Post Office Undine, Charlevoix, MI.  Disability: chronic diarrhoea for 26 yrs.

June 1, 1894, US soldiers of the Civil War residing in Michigan, from 1894 MI state census:  Lists Enoch MEDSKER in Hayes Twp, Charlevoix County.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 706, Hayes Twp, Charlevoix Co, MI, page 9:  Enoch MEDSKER, age 59 OH, born Nov 1840, married 38 yrs, mason, parents born PA; Polly, wife, age 53 OH, born Aug 1846, married 38 yrs, 11 children/5 still living, father born PA, mother born NY; Herman, son, age 23 MI, born July 1876, single, farm laborer; Charles, son, age 19 MI, born Sep 1880, single, farm laborer; Rose, daughter, age 16 MI; born Aug 1883; Ralph, son, age 13 MI, born June 1886.

Michigan Death Record: Enoch MEDSKER died at Hayes Twp, Charlevoix Co MI on 13 Feb 1904.  Age 63 yrs, 3 mths, 9 dys.  Born 4 Nov 1840 in OH.  Married.  Father Peter MEDSKER, born PA.  Mother Elizabeth MYERS, born PA.  Occupation: mason.  Informant Polly L. MEDSKER of Chralevoix MI.  Burial at Charlevoix.  

 Son George:  Michigan Deaths:  George MEDSKER died 10 Apr 1939 at Petoskey, Emmet Co MI, age 71.  Born 15 Aug 1867 OH.  Farmer.  Single.  Father Enoch MEDSKER, born OH.    Mother Polly MYERS, born OH.  

Daughter Rosa:  Michigan Deaths:   Rosa MEDSKER died 21 Aug 1883 at Evangeline, Charlevoix Co MI.  Stillborn.  Father Enock MEDSKER.  Mother Polly MEDSKER.  

Daughter Mary:  Michigan Deaths:  Mary Scorlea MEDSKER died 4 Aug 1888 at Hayes, Carlevoix Co MI.  Infant under age 1 born 1888.  Father Enock MEDSKER.  Mother Mary Scorlea MEDSKER.  

 

MEECH, Loyd N.    15 Aug 1862   Lloyd Norman MEECH
Loyd, age 22,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as Captain.
He was appointed to 1st Lieutenant 1 Sep 1862 and was promoted to Captain 5 Feb 1863 [the same date that William G. Myers resigned]  He resigned 12 Jan 1864.

Father:  William Allen MEECH [died Nov 1883 Huntington IN....family search tree]
Mother:  Catherine Ann KING [died 1897 Huntington IN ...
Family search tree]
Birth:  
8 Dec 1839 Wayne County OH [Family search tree]
Marriage:   Minerva Belle TOBEY, 21 Dec 1865, Wabash Co, IN
Death:  
28 Oct 1867 Huntington Co IN
Cemetery:  
 Roanoke (Old South) Cem, Jackson Twp, Huntington County IN.
Sons of Union Veterans :  Born 30 Nov 1839.  Roanoke (Old South) Cem, Jackson Twp, Huntington County IN.
Link to
findagrave: by Annis Jean Patee:    Lloyd Norman MEECH,  Born 8 Dec 1839 OH.  Died 28 Oct 1867 in Huntington Co IN. Son of William Allen MEECH and Catherine Ann KING.  Husband of Minerva Belle TOBEY.
Loyd Meech at Roanoke CemeteryPhoto Credit:  Lloyd A. Meech, Jr. [deceased] at Find a Grave

Pension Card:  Loyd N MEECH, Capt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Widow, Belle HIGHT applied 25 July 1890, Application 485035; Certificate 377185; 7. Minor also applied for by Robert W. MEECH, 14 July 1890, Application 428110; Certificate 41156.  Both were filed from Illinois.

1850 Census, Chippewa Co OH, Dwelling 407, Family 427:  Wm A. MEECH, age 40 NY, farmer; Cath., age 40 PA; Amos D, age 14 OH; Wm. H. H., age 13 OH; Loyd N, age 11 OH; Charity A, age 5 OH; Peter K, age 3 OH; Cath E, age 3 months OH.  [Cath KING, age 76 PA living in next dwelling.  George 25 OH and Sarah MEECH living in previous dwelling.]

1860 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 70, Family 72:  William A. MEECH, age 49 NY, farmer; Ann C, age 50 PA; Loid N, age 20 OH; Charity A, age 15 OH; Peter K, age 13 OH; Catherine, age 10 OH; Benjamin T, age 6 OH; Ebin BINGUM, age 17 OH, Melisa G MEECH, age 9 OH.  

Soldier married in IN in 1865 and died 1867.

1870 Census, Roanoke, Huntington Co IN, Dwelling 56, Family 58:  William A. MEECH, age 60 NY, miller; A. Catharine, age 60 PA; Malissa, age 19 OH, attending school; Frank, age 16 OH, attending school.  [Next dwelling is Peter K MEECH, age 23 OH, miller; Emma, age 20 OH; Minna, age one IN.]

Parents, 1880 Census, Huntingto, Huntington Co IN, Dwelling 261, Family 270:  William A. MEECH, age 70 NY, milling, father born CN, mother born NY; Catherine, wife, age 70 PA, parents born PA; Benjamin, son, married age 27 OH, hardware clerk; Anna, daughter in law, married age 23 IN, father born NY, mother born Canada.  <1853>Benj in oH

1880 Census, Macon, South Macon Twp, Macon Co IL,  Dwelling 112, Family 115: Benjamin L. HIGHT, age 34 VA, banker, parents born VA; Belle, wife, age 29 OH, father born MD, mother born OH; Karl, age 11 mths IL, born July, son, father born VA, mother born OH; Robert MEECH, step son, age 12 IN, parents born OH; William TOBEY, boarder, age 20 OH , dentist, father born PA, mother born OH.

Belle died about 1895 [Family search tree]

1900 Census, Assumption village, Assumption Twp, Christian Co, IL:  Dwelling 130, Family 135:  Robert W. MEECH. age 32 IN, born Aug 1867, married 10 yrs, electrician, parents born OH; Laura D, wife, age 30 IL, born Mar 1869, married 10 yrs, one child/one still living, parents born OH; Ruth, daughter, age 6 IL, born June 1893.  [IL, County Marriages, 1810-1934:  Robert W. MEECH married Lara MILLIGAN, 1887, Christian Co IL.  He was born ca1866.  Father Loid W. MEECH.  Mother Belle M. TOBEY.  Laura, born ca 1868: father J R MILLIGAN, mother Margaret McCAFFRY.]

MILLS, Benjamin F.   22 Oct 1862
Benjamin, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   Benjamin died 13 Feb 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Benjamin as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.
Father: Ezra J MILLS
Mother:  ?? Dorothy WOOD
Birth:  1844 MI
Marriage:  

Death:   13 Feb 1863, Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren Co MS [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Benjamin F. MILLS, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Died 15 Feb 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause:  diarrhoea.

Pension Card:  Benjamin T. MILLS, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Father Ezra J. MILLS applied 2 Feb 1867, Application 141542, no Certificate.  

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms

Parents?  Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995:  Ezra J. MILLS married Dorothy WOOD, 6 Apr 1841, at Eaton Co MI.  

Combination of two MILLS families: 1850 Census, Eaton Rapids, Eaton Co, Michigan,  Benjamin F. MILLS, age 37 VT, farmer; Lois, age 31 VT; Stephen, age 5 MI; James A., age 3 MI; Lois L., age one MI; Harriet A. MILLS, age 9 MI ; Mary MILLS, age 64 VT; Ezra MILLS, age 38 VT; Kinglsey R. , age 7 MI; Benjm F., age 5 MI; Mary, age 3 MI; Mary F, age 10 MI.  

Where was Benjamin???
1860 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 160, Family 161:  E. J. MILLS, age 44 VT, day laborer; Susan?, age 31 NY; Mary C, age 12 MI; Hanah P, age 8 MI; Elonzo B, [male], age 6 OH; William H, age 2 OH; Nathanial ?SEINALS?, age 12 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Benj. MILLS' residence as Chippewa.  

1870 Census, Chatham Twp, Medina Co OH, Dwelling 195, Family 212:  Caleb ?EBRON, age 69 CT, farmer; Ezra G MILLS, age 59 VT, farmer; Susana, age 47 NY; Henry, age 13 OH; Willis S, age 8 OH; Cora, age 6 OH.  

1880 Census, Swanton Twp, Lucas Co OH, Dwelling 46, Family 46:  Ezra J. MILLS, age 68 VT, parents born MA, laborer; Suannah, wife, age 47 NY, father born Ireland, mother born NY; William H. H., son, age 21 OH, father born VT, mother unknown birthplace.  

Did not find in 1890 or 1900.  

MOORE, George W.    22 Aug 1862       Washington MOORE
George, age 25,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was discharged 27 July 1863 at Columbus OH on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father:  Samuel MOORE
Mother:  Mary WILLOBY
Birth:12 Jan 1838 OH
Marriage:   Martha WHITE, 25 Nov 1858, Wayne Co OH
Death:   24 Dec 1909, Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH.  
Cemetery:  Shreve Cem, Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH, Lot 150, Block E, Grave 2.
Cemetery StoneFlagholderPhoto Credit:  Susie Holderfield

George W. Moore is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Shreve, Clinton Twp, Wayne Co OH.  His grave indicates that he was in Co. G of the 120th.  
Buried near Samuel MOORE, War of 1812.

Pension index: Invalid pension for George W. Moore of G 120th OVI on 17 Aug 1863, Application 30741; Certificate 21661. Another Pension Card:  George died 24 Dec 1910 [incorrect].  

Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963:  George W. MOORE, Pvt, 1209 OVI.  Died 24 Dec 1909.  Cemetery Oak Grove, Shreve OH.  Shipped to Mrs. Dudley BARTRUM, Shreve, Wayne Co OH.  Dated 5 Dec 1929.  For unmarked grave of soldier.  Shipped 24 June 1930.   

1850 Census, Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Dwelling 161, Family 168:  Samuel J. MOORE, age 62 PA, farmer; Mary, age 57 PA; ??Quinby [m], age 17 OH, farmer; Washington G, age 12 OH; Margary, age 10 OH; Lucretia, age 5 IN; William B. TAGLE, age 2 OH.  

Ohio Marriages:  Washington MOORE married Martha WHITE on 25 Nov 1858 in Wayne Co OH.

1860 Census, Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 1077, Family 1098:  Samuel MOORE, age 72 PA; Mary, age 67 PA; Mary LINKERSON, age 37 OH; Washington MOORE, age 23 OH, farmer; Martha, age 19 England; Lilly, age 3?months OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed George W. MOORE's residence as Wooster.  

1870 Census - have not found.

1880 Census, Clinton Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 1, Famil 1:  James W. MOORE, age 66 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Elizabeth, wife, age 62 OH, parents born VA; Stella MOORE, granddaughter, age 12 OH, parents born OH; Maud A. MOORE, granddaughter, age 6 OH, parents born OH; Washington MOORE, brother, age 42 OH, divorced, farm laborer, parents born Pa.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 11, House 139, Family 141:  George W. MOORE, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.    Post Office:  Shreve, Wayne Co OH.  Disability:  lung disease.  

1900 Census, Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 236, Family 242:  Washington MOORE, age 62 OH, born Jan 1838, parents born PA, no occupation listed.  

Wayne Co Graves Registration Cards book does not give any additional information about George.  His burial at the cemetery in Shreve is in Lot 150, Block E, Grave 2.

 Ohio Death Record: George Washington MOORE died 24 Dec 1909 at Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH,  Born 12 Jan 1838 in OH.  Age 71 yrs, 11 m, 12 dys.  Widowed. Oak Grove Cem.  Father Samuel MOORE born NY.  Mother Mary WILLOBY born PA.

Benjamin F. MOTTER  See Charles WHITE below.

MURRY, John    28 July 1862        MURRAY
John, age 32,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was discharged 28 Mar 1864 at Camp Dennison, OH on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1827> Ireland
Marriage:  
Jane METHVEN
Death:   1
2 Aug 1875, Salt Creek, Wayne Co OH  or 13 May 1872
Cemetery:  
East Side cemetery in Fredericksburg, OH.  Lot 46, Block 8, Grave 1

Stone PhotoPhoto Credit: drbuck at Find a Grave.
Fredericksburg East Side Cemetery

 Pension Card:  John MURRY, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 13 May 1872.  Widow also applied.  Can't find card at ancestry.

Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903:  John MURRAY, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Cemetery village of Burbank or Fredericksburg, Wayne Co OH.  Died 12 Jan 1875.  Contract dated 25 Nov 1884.  
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Discharge Records on microfilm at Wayne Co OH, Book 1, page 343:
John Murry of Co G 120th OVI was born in England.  He was 32 at the time of his enrollment.  5' 7" tall, sandy complexion, blue eyes, sandy hair......a farmer.
There is a note about his disability saying that he had chronic diarrhea; functional disease of the heart, congenital deformity of the chest and was unfit for the invalid corps.
The Oath of Identity was dated 3 Feb 1866 and his residence was Fredericksburg, Wayne Co OH.

??????Jane METHVEN's father?????1860 Census, Wooster, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 403, Family 403: Thomas METHVEN, age 50 Scotland, weaver; Isabella, age 50 Scotland; Netter H. [female] age 18 OH, teacher in common school ["Netter" may be Janette Helen FRENCH; married Daniel H. FRENCH 19 Jun 1862 at Wooster.]  
Ohio, County Marriages:  Thomas METHVEN married Isabella EWING, 4 Sep 1837 at Wooster Wayne Co OH.]

1860 Census, Franklin Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 1045?, Family 1066:  John MURRY, age 29 Ireland, laborer; Jane, age 35 PA; Thomas, age 4 OH; William, age one, OH; James WILLIS, age 11, PA.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John MURRY's residence as Wooster.  

1870 Census, Salt Creek Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 172, Family 170:  John MURRY, age 40 Ireland, farmer; [next page] Jane, age 45 PA; Thomas, age 14 OH; William, age 11 OH.  

Wayne graves Registration Cards book:
John Murry of Co G 120th, address Wayne co OH.  He died 12 Aug 1875 at Wayne co OH.  He was born in 1826 in Ireland.  He is buried in East Side cemetery in Fredericksburg, OH.  Lot 46, Block 8, Grave 1

Death record:  John MURRY died 12 Aug 1875 at Salt Creek, Wayne Co OH.  Age 48.  Born 1827 in Ireland.  Married.  

1880 Census, Salt Creek Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 168, Family 173: Jane A. MURRAY, age 50 PA, father born Scotland, mother born Ireland; William L, son, age 20 OH, father born Ireland, mother born PA, laborer.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Canton, Stark Co OH:  Line 44, House 232, Family 240, Jane Ann widow of John MURRAY, Pvt. Co G 120th OH Inf.  Post Office Canton, OH

Wife's Ohio, Death and Burials:  Jane A. MURRAY died 14 Feb 1899 at Stark Co OH, age 69.  Born 1830 in PA.  Housekeeper.  Widow.  

Son's Ohio Death Record:  William L. MURRAY died 31 Oct 1918 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH at age 59y, 3m, 15d.  Born 17 Jul 1859 in OH.  Night watchman.  Burial Canton OH.  Father John MURRAY, born Ireland.  Mother Jane METHOVEN.  [Go back and view image.]

Son's Ohio Death Record:  Thomas MURRAY died 19 Apr 1935 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Residence 3179 West 106th St.  Age at death 82 yrs.  Single.  Occupation: Signaling on R. R.   born 17 Dec 1852 at Frediricksburg, OH.  Burial West Lawn, Canton, OH.  Father John MURRAY, born Ireland.  Mother Jane G. METHVEN, born Scotland.  

MUSSER, Samuel    21 Aug 1862
Samuel, age 24,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
No comments listed in the Roster.

Father:  Henry MUSSER
Mother:  Mary   KNOWL [DeborahMcKay1955 at Ancestry.com]
Birth:  Jan 1838 OH
Marriage:  
Mary Ann BROUSE, 28 Nov 1861, Wayne Co OH
Death:  
30 April 1905
Cemetery:  Chestnut Hill Cem, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Relationship:  Brother in law of Jacob, F. Reason, and William BROUSE of Co G 120th OVI.
Find a Grave Samuel Musser, 1838 - 1905 is buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Chippewa twp, Wayne co. OH.
Mary A. Musser, 1842 - 1913,  is buried there also.  This date agrees with the approximate birth year from the 1850 census for Mary A. Brouse, sister of the Brouse brothers above.

1860 Census, Paris Twp, Stark Co CCC OH, Dwelling 183, Family 177:  Henry MUSSER, age 64 PA, farmer; Mary, age 60 PA; William, age 22 OH; Samuel, age 21 OH; Joseph, age 20 OH; Emanuel, age 17 OH; Nancy, age 15 OH; David, age 13 OH; Mary, age 24? OH.  
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Ohio, County Marriages:
  Samuel Musser married Mary Ann Brouse on 28 Nov. 1861 in Wayne co. OH (probate record)  Sister of the BROUSE brothers of Company G.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Samuel MUSSER's residence as Chippewa.  

Samuel and Mary must have gone to Canada for awhile since son was born there in about 1865:

1880 census Doylestown, Wayne county Ohio:  Samuel Musser age 42 born in OH, a teamster.  His parents were both born in OH.  His wife Mary, age 38 born OH.  Her parents were both born in OH.  Son Charles age 15 was born in Canada...he is also listed as a teamster.  Daughter Harriet age 3 born in OH.

1900 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 17, Family 17:  Samuel MUSSER, age 62 OH, born Jan 1838, married 39 yrs, parents born PA, school janitor; Mary, wife, age 57 OH, born Nov 1842, married 39 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, parents born OH; Harriet, daughter, age 23 OH, single, born Dec 1876, dress maker.  

Short obituary found in Wayne County Democrat,  3 May 1905, page 6
Samuel Musser, aged 67 years, an old soldier, died Sunday, after a long illness with stomach trouble, at his home in Doylestown, where he resided many years.
[Using a date calculator, the date he died would have been 30 April 1905 if he died the Sunday before the date of the newspaper.]

 Wife, Ohio Deaths:  Mary Ann MUSSER died 5 Jun 1913 at Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Born 11 Nov 1842 OH.  Widow.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Father John BROUSE, born PA.  Mother Harriett FREDRICK, born OH.  

MUTTERS, Michael*    16 Aug 1862
Michael, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
Michael died 18 Ap1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Michael Mutters as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.
Father:  ?Jacob MUTTERS
Mother:  ?Barbara HUBLINGER
Birth:  <1842>
Marriage:  
Death:   18 Apr 1863, Milliken's Bend, LA on the hospital steamer "D A January".
Cemetery:  Vicksburg, MS [Not listed]
US, Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Michael MUTTERS, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf., died 18 Apr 1863 on the hospital steamer "D A January".   Cause: Typhoides Febris.  Alex H. Hoff, Surgeon USN
[Steamers were outfitted as hospital boats and were on the Mississippi River.  Model of the D A January is on
this link, and drawing here.]
The Photographic History of the Civil War:  Prisons and Hospitals, edited by Franceis Trevelyan Miller and Robert Sampson Lanier, Review of Reviews Company, 1911 Page 318
"Surgeons of the Navy....    There was a surgeon and sometimes an assistant surgeon on each ship.  Hospital boats had medical staffs as large as the hospitals ashore.  Be side the Red Rover there was the City of Memphis, which carried 11,024 sick and wounded in thrity-three trips up and down the Mississippi, and the D. A. January, in charge of Assistant Surgeon A. H. Hoff, which transported and cared for 23,738 patients during the last three years of the war.  Other boats used as hospital transports were the Empress and the Imperial." 

Not on Military Burial Registers, 1768-1921

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension index: Michael Mutters Co G 120th; Mother Barbara MUTTERS applied for pension, date 13 Feb 1869, Application 161804; Certificate129633

1840 Census for Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, lists a Jacob MOOTER.  There were 6 free white persons living there.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 402, Family 422: Barbary MOTTERS, age 40 Germany; Jacob, age 13 OH; Peter, age 12 OH; George, age 9 OH; Michael, age 7 OH; Mary, age 5 OH; Motahin??, [female] age 3 OH; Barbary, age 2 months OH.

1860 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, [This is very hard to read.  I am giving the interpretation that is at Ancestry.com  I think this is the right family] Barbary MONTER, age 46 France; Jacob, age 23 OH; George, age 19 OH; Michael, age 17 OH; Mary, age 15 OH; Magdelena, age 13 OH; Barbary, age 11 OH.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Michael MUTTERS' residence as Chippewa.

1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH: Barbary MOOTERS, age 60 Deutschland; George, age 27 OH, farmer; Mary, age 23 OH.  

Michael's mother in the 1870 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne OH, page 75:  Barbary Mooters, (60 Germany) is the head of household listed as keeping house.  She had $4000 in real estate, and $500 in personal property.  Living with her are George Mooters (27 OH) a farmer and Mary Mooters (23 OH).

Michael's mother in the 1880 census, Doylestown, Wayne county Ohio is still the head of household:
Barbara Muters age 70 born Germany...both her parents born in Germany.  Living with her is son-in-law James Flickinger age 33 born OH, an iron moulder.  Daughter Maggie Flickinger age 30 born OH...but her parents birthplaces are blank...;  Two grandchildren are also listed: Charles Flickinger age 5 months born OH and Ada V. Harris age 9 born in OH.  Both of Ada's parents were born in OH.
[A moulder was a person who shaped sand into which molten metal was poured in a foundry.  Definition found in "A to Zax" by Barbara Jean Evans]

I think Barbara died in 1890.  There is a Barbara Mutters buried at St Peter and Paul Cem, Doylestown, Wayne OH.  The stone says she was 75 yrs old.  Died 1 Apr 1890.  This might explain why she does not appear on the 1890 Veterans Schedule in Chippewa, Wayne County.  

 Sister, Ohio, Deaths:  Mary HARVEY died 24 Mar 1924 at Akron Summit Co OH, residence 737 Edgewood Ave, age 79y 6m 16d, widow, housewife, born 3 Sep 1844 at Barberton, OH.  Burial Glendale Cem [Akron].  Father Jacob MUTTERS, born Germany.  Mother Barbara HUBLINGER, born Germany.  

MYERS, William G.    5 Sep 1862                                                                                          
William, age 42,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as Captain.   He resigned 5 Feb 1863.
Father:  Peter MYERS
Mother:  Sarah MILLER
Birth:  17 June 1820 Stark Co OH [With date Calculator 7 June 1820]
Marriage:   Sarah J. HARDGROVE, 20 Nov 1843, Stark Co OH
Death:  
14 Jan 1903, Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH
Cemetery: Canal Fulton [Union] Cemetery, Stark Co OH
Stone PhotoPhoto Credit:  Jerry Holderfield

William: 82 yrs, 7 months 7 days

Pension index:
William G. Myers of Co G 120th:
Invalid pension in 1902 June 14, Application 1286.877; Certificate 1048.661, filed in OH
Widow's pension - Sarah J. in 2 Mar 1903, Application 779555, filed in OH
Pension Card:  William died 14 Jan 1903.

Portrait and Biographical Record of Stark County,Ohio.  by Chapman Publishing, page 519-520
William G. MYERS is a prominent Lawyer and resident of Canal Fulton.  He was born in Pickaway Township, Wayne County, Ohio, June 17, 1820, and is son of Peter and Sarah (Miller) Myers, the former a native of Rensselaer County, N. Y., the later of Pennsylvania.  Both parents came to Ohio with their respective families when young.  [Note: There is no Pickaway Township in Wayne or Stark counties in OH.  There is one in Pickaway County OH.]

Our subject's father settled as a young man in Canton; he afterward went to Wayne County and developed a farm, upon which he spent the remainder of his life.  His father, William Myers, who was born in New York, was of Dutch descent.  Our subject's maternal grandsire was George Miller, a native of Pennsylvania, who came to the buckeye State in 1812, and located on a farm between Canton and Massillon, remaining there until his death.  He was of German descent.  Our subject's parents were married in Stark County.  Three sons were given to their care and training; of these, two died in infancy, and our subject is second in order of birth.  Mr. Myers' first school days were passed in his native place.  His father's death occurring when the boy was three years old, he made his home with his grandparents until sixteen years of age.  He worked by the month on the farm, and when sixteen was bound out to learn the carpenter's trade, working under Nathan Taylor.  He was with him for five years, and was then employed at the trade which he had mastered, building barns, houses, etc., throughout the county.  He also taught school during certain parts of the year.  November 20, 1843, our subject was married to Sarah J. Hardgrove, a native of Laurel Township, this county, and born October 8, 1822.  She received her education in the common schools in the vicinity of her home.  

Immediately after marriage, Mr. Myers settled upon his father's farm, which had been secured from the Government in 1816.  He remained on that farm for thirty years, and in that time taught nine terms of school.  Ambitious to learn law, he commenced to read in 1855, and while carrying on his farm he practiced at the same time.  In 1870, our subject joined with his sons in purchasing a hardware store in Canal Fulton, in which the sons are not engaged.  Mr. Myers moved to the town in 1871, and gave his attention to the business for ten years.  At the same time he was practicing law, and was very successful in the same.  

Mr. and Mrs. Myers are the parents of four sons and two daughters, whose names in the order of their birth are given as follows:  Mary M. (deceased), John W., Rosa J., William N., George W., and Richard F.  Mr. Myers has been an auctioneer for forty years, his work in this line extending over a radius of territory of twenty miles.  He is a strong Republican, with an admiration for every feature of that party.  During the war, he was actively interested in the Underground Railway, and made some effective speeches in the interest of the Republican party.

He enlisted in the Civil War in 1862, joining Company G, One Hundred and Twentieth Regiment of the Ohio Infantry, and he was at once commissioned Captain.  He served for five months and then resigned because of disability.  He is a member of the Grand Army of the Republic, also a member of the Patrons of Husbandry at Canal Fulton, in which he holds office.  Mr. Myers owns one hundred and sixty acres of good land in Wayne County, and the old homestead where he was born.  His wife is as much interested in woman's suffrage as her husband in universal suffrage.  

Ohio Marriages:  William MYERS married Sarah Jane HARDGROVE, 28 Nov 1843, Stark Co OH.  

1850 Census Chippewa Twp. Wayne Co OH page 254:  Wm [William] Myers (age 30 born OH) a farmer; Sarah (28 OH); Mary M. (5 OH); Jno W. (4 OH);  Rosa J. (2 OH); Wm (3 months OH); Sarah Wiler (52 PA), Peter Strauss (16 hard to read, Germany) farmer.

1860 Census Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 378:  William G. Myers (39 OH) a farmer; Sarah J (38 OH); Mary M. (15 OH); John W. (14 OH); Reason J (12 OH); William N (10 OH); George W. (7 OH); Richard F (1 OH); Sarah Myers (64 PA).

1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 251, Family 261:  Wm G. MYERS, age 50 OH, farmer; Sarah, age 48 OH; Mallissa, age 25 OH; Newton, age 20 OH, farm laborer; George, age 17 OH; Richard, age 12 OH; Sarah MYERS, age 73 PA, retired.  

The 1880 census Canal Fulton, Stark county, Ohio:  William G. Myers age 60 born OH is an attorney at law.  His parents were born in PA.  His wife Sarah J. age 58 born OH.  Her father was born PA and her mother MD.  Son Richard F. Myers age 21 born in OH is a clerk in a hardware.  Son-in-law Jacob V. Learch age 36 born PA is a clergyman.  His parents were born in PA.  Granddaughter Mary M. Learch age 3 born in OH.  Her father was born in PA and her mother in OH.  Magdalina Howenstine a sister, age 49 born in PA.  Also listed Mary Howenstine age 54 born PA.  There is also a servant who worked by the week named Eliza Marks.

In the report for the 1897 reunion of the 120th in the newspaper, Captain W. G. Myers was living in Canal Fulton, which is in Stark Co OH.

1900 Census, 11 June 1900, Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 262, Family 269:  William G? MYERS, age 79 OH, lawyer, born June 1820, married 58 yrs, father born NY, mother born PA; Sarah J, wife, age 78 OH, born Oct 1821, married 58 yrs, 6 children/5 still living, parents born MD; William LERCH, grandson, age 20 OH, single, born Oct 1879, law student, parents born OH; Eliza MARKS, servant, age 39 OH, single, born Feb 1861, parents born OH, housekeeper.  

Canton Repository, page 1, 30 Oct 1901:
"For Postmaster at Canal Dover
Canal Dover, O., Oct. 30 -- (Cleveland Leader Special.) -- Congressman Tayler has recommended the appointment of Captain W. G. Myers as postmaster at this place.  Captain Myers is a member of the Bevard Post, G.A.R., No. 385, department of Ohio, and served during the Civil war in the 120th O.V.I. as captain of Company G."

Death record:  William G. MYERS died 14 Jan 1903 at Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH.  Age 82.  Birth 1821 at Stark Co.  Married.  Lawyer.

Plain Dealer, page 5, 8 Apr 1904:
"Postmaster at Mogadore Dead.
Special to the Plain Dealer
Akron, O., April 7, -- W. B. Myrs [sic], postmaster at Mogadore, died Wednesday night after a short illness.  He was widely known throughout the county, and served for four years in the civil war as a member of the 120th Ohio Volunteer infantry."

Wayne County Democrat, 21 Jan 1903   page 6
Capt. W. G. Myers
The old soldier, William G. Myers, a Captain of one of the five Wayne county companies of the 120th Regiment O.V.I. in the Union War, and resident of Wayne county for many years, died last Wednesday at his home in Canal Fulton.  He was 82 years of age, a lawyer by profession, often attending Court in Wooster to practice law suits and to call on friends.  His death was sudden, from heart failure.

Wife's Ohio Deaths: Sarah Jane MYERS died 8 Dec 1905, Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH.  Widowed housewife.  Born 1821, Lawrence Twp.  

NAUMAN, Frederick    22 Aug 1862                                                                                               
Frederick, age 23,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co.E of the 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out with that company on 14 Oct 1865.
Father:  Jacob NAUMANN
Mother:  Sophia HONEEKER
Birth:  3 Jul 1839 in Prussia
Marriage:   Catherine PUTMAN, 10 Mar 1866, Stark Co OH
Death:   26 Jul 1909 at Sugar Creek Twp, Stark Co OH
Cemetery:   Green Lawn Cem, Wilmot, Stark Co OH
Relationship:  Brother of Jacob NAUMAN of Co G 120th OVI

Pension Card:  Frederick NAUMAN, Co G 120th OH Inf,  K 114th OH Inf., Co E 48th OH Inf. Invalid filed 9 June 1890, Application 781.333; Certificate 550.145   Frederick died 1909

Came to USA in 1854.

1860 census Chippewa Twp, Wayne OH, page 383
Jacob Nowman (56 Prussia) a farmer, Lewis (26 Prussia) a coal miner, William (23 Prussia) coal miner, Fredrick (20 Prussia) a farm hand, Catherine (16 Prussia), Mary (15 Prussia), Charles (12 Prussia).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Frederick NAUMAN's residence as Chippewa.  

Discharge Records on microfilm at Wayne County OH, Book 1 page 594:

Frederick Nauman of Co E 48th OVI was discharged at Houston TX.  He was born in Prussia.  He was age 23 when he enrolled.  He was 5' 5½", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair.  He was a farmer.  The Oath of Identity was not filled out.

This is from Jerry Nauman, descendant of Frederick:  Frederick Nauman is my Great great grandfather. He was married to Catherine PUTMAN daughter of J and F PUTMAN of Wilmont, Ohio. 

Ohio Marriages:  Frederick NAUMAN married Catharine PUTTMAN, 10 Mar 1866 in Stark Co OH.  

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1269, Sugar Creek Twp, Stark Co OH, page 601:  Frederick NAUMAN, age 30 Prussia, farmer; Catherine, age 26 OH; Mary, age 2 OH; Martha, age one month OH, born in April.

1880 Census, haven't found yet.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Sugar Creek Twp, Stark Co OH:  Line 49 and 50, House 341, Family 354:  Frederick NAUMAN, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf and Co K 114th OH Inf.   Post Office:  Wilmot.  

In the newspaper report of the 1900 reunion of the 120th, Frederick Nauman was reported to be living in Wilmot.  I found a Wilmot in Stark county in that time period..  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1323, Sugar Creek Twp, Stark Co OH, page 253:  Frederick NAUMANN, age 61 Germany, no occupation listed, emigrated in 1854, resided in US 46 yrs, Na; born July 1839, married 34 yrs, parents born Germany; Catherine, wife, age 56 OH, born May 1844, married 34 yrs, 4 children/4 still living, parents born PA; Clarence E, son, age 20 OH, single, born Nov 1879, student.

Death record in Ohio:  Frederick NAUMANN, died 26 Jul 1909 at Sugar Creek Twp, Stark Co OH.  Born 3 Jul 1839 in Prussia.  Married.  Farmer.  Burial at Green Lawn Cem, Wilmot OH.  Father Jacob NAUMANN, born Prussia.  Mother Sophia HONEEKER born Prussia.  

Wife  Death record in Ohio:  Mary NAUMANN died 18 Mar 1914 at Wilmot, Stark Co OH.  Born 13 May 1838 at Wilmot, OH.  Widow.  Buried Green Lawn Cem, Wilmot OH.  Father Joseph PUTMAN born PA.  Mother Elizabeth PUTMAN.  

NAUMAN, Jacob    22 Aug 1862
Jacob, age 30,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.
He was appointed 15 Ap 1863.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Columbus OH by order of the War Department.

US, Civil War Jewish American Veterans:  Jacob NAUMAN, Corporal, Co G 120th OH Inf.  

Father:  Jacob NAUMANN
Mother:  Sophia HONEEKER
Birth:  4 July 1832, Wiebelskirchen Kreis Ottweiler, near the Rhine, Prussia
Marriage:  
Catharine A. KECK, 1 Jan 1866, Marshallville, Wayne Co OH.
Death:   18 May 1883, IA [Blairstown, Benton Co IA]
Cemetery:  Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Benton Co IA, Lot 1, Block 8, GAR member
Relationship:  Brother of Frederick NAUMAN of Co G 120th.  
Jacob Nauman at Pleasant Hill CemeteryPhoto Credit:  Wes Hartz at iowagravestones.org

Pension index: Jacob Nauman of Company G 120th OVI    Widow Catherine A. filed for pension 6 Nov 1897, Application 665279, Certificate 623946, filed in Iowa.

Portrait and Biographical Album of Benton County, Iowa; Chapman, 1887
pp 367 - 368
JACOB NAUMAN, deceased, was born at Wiebelskirchen Kreis Ottweiler, near the Rhine, Prussia, July 4. 1832, and was the son of Jacob and Sophia C. Nauman. He was educated in his native country and was employed as a teller in a bank till 1852, when he emigrated from Germany to America, and located at Clinton, Ohio. He was employed at Clinton as merchant's clerk till the breaking out of the late war, when he enlisted, Aug. 22, 1862, as a private of Co. G, 120th Ohio Vol. Inf. He participated in the capture of Vicksburg, Arkansas Post. Jackson, and other engagements, and was in active service till Oct. 28, 1863, when he was detailed on recruiting service in Ohio. The remainder of his term of enlistment was spent in recruiting and in escorting recruits to their regiments in the South. He was mustered out July 7. 1865, receiving an honorable discharge.

Our subject was married at Marshallville, Ohio. Jan. 1, 1866, to Miss Catharine Keck, daughter of David and Sarah Keck. Mrs. Naumau was born at Marshallville, Ohio, Sept. 27, 1839. They have six children, four daughters and two sons, all of whom were born in Blairstown, Iowa, except the eldest, who was born in Marshallville, Ohio. Elmer D., the eldest, was born April 22, 1867; Alice L., June 4, 1869; Emma Odessa, Oct. 3, 1871; Sarah M., Oct. 15, 1874; Charles Jacob, May 19, 1879; Martha A., March 7, 1882. Mr. Nauman made Marshallville his home till 1869, when he emigrated to Iowa, locating at Blairstown, Benton County, where he engaged in the hardware trade, and continued in that business till his fatal illness. His death occurred May 18, 1883. His widow survives him, and with her children resides at Blairstown. Mr, Nauman was a prominent business man of Blairstown, and was held in high esteem. He was a member of the Evangelical Association, a Republican in politics, and an earnest supporter of the temperance cause. He was successful in business, and left his family a handsome property. Mrs. Nauman and family are members of the Evangelical Association. 

To America in 1852.

Could be Jacob's father and siblings:  
1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co O, page 383:  Jacob NOWMAN, age 56 Prussia, farmer; Lewis, age 26 Prussia, coal miner;  William, age 23 Prussia, coal miner; Fredrick, age 20 Prussia, farm hand [See above]; Catherine age 16 Prussia; Mary, age 15 Prussia; Charles, age 12 Prussia.  

1860 Census, Perry Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 689, Family 668:  Jacob MAMEN, age 29 Prussia, coal miner.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Jacob NAUMAN's residence as Chippewa.  

Discharge Record on microfilm in Wayne County OH, Book 1, page 573
Jacob Nauman, of Company G 120th OVI, born in province of Rhine in Prussia.  He was 30 yrs old when he enrolled, 5' 8½" light complexion, light eyes and dark hair.  His occupation was collier [a coal miner, usually].  The Oath of Identity was not filled out.

Wayne County OH Probate: Jacob Nauman married Catharine A. Kick on 1 Jan 1866 in Wayne County OH.  

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 376, Blairstown, Benton Co IA, page 204:  Jacob NAUMAN, age 37 Prussia, H & W Merchant; Catharine, age 31 OH; David E, age 3 OH; Lydia A, age 1 IA.  

The 1878 History of Benton County, Iowa:  Nauman, J., dealer in hardware, Blairstown. (1878 LeRoy Township)

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 327, Blairstown, Benton Co IA, page 258:  J. Nauman age 47 born in Prussia has his occupation listed as "hardware".  His parents were also born in Prussia.  His wife Cathrine age 42 born in OH.  Her parents were also born in OH. Son Elmer age 13 born in OH.  Daughter Alice age 10 born in Iowa.  Daughter Emma C. age 8 born in IA.  Daughter Sarah M. age 5 born in IA.  Son Charlie age 1 born in IA.  E.D. Keck listed as "brother" age 26 born in OH is a music teacher.  Both his parents were born in OH just as were Cathrine's.  Also listed is M. Armbroster age 22 born in Wittenberg as were his parents, is a tinner.  His relationship if there was one is not given.  [Note: E.D. Keck actually would be J. Nauman's brother-in-law, although he is listed here as brother.]

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 417, Leroy Twp, Benton Co IA, page 194:  Catherine  NAUMAN, age 51 OH, born Sep 1848, widow, parents born OH; Alice L, daughter, age 31 IA, born Jun 1868, single, father born Germany, mother born OH, no occupation listed; Sarah, daugher, age 25 IA, single, born Oct 1874, school teacher, father born Germany, mother born OH; Mattie C?, daughter, age 18 IA, single, born Mar 1882, father born Germany, mother born OH.

 

NEISWANDER, Benjamin is listed in the pension cards as being in Co G 120th.  But in the Official Roster for Ohio he is in Co E.  Please see Company E for this soldier.  

NOOMAN, Martin    18 Aug 1862          NOONAN
Martin, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal. He was appointed 12 Feb 1864.  He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.
Listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System as NOONAN.  
Father:  Daniel NOONAN, died 7 Dec 1886, St Mary's Cem, age 76
Mother:  Julia LYONS
Birth:  16 Aug 1841, Ireland
Marriage:   Bridget MORRISSEY
Death:  
5 Feb 1923 at Painesville, Lake Co OH
Cemetery:  Saint Mary's Cemetery, Painesville, Lake Co OH [Sec B, Row 15]
Stone: [S face] Martin 1841-1923/ Bridget 1847-1939/ Noonan [N face] James E. 1873-1899/ Henry M. 1875-1899/ Frank 1879-1903/ Mary E. 1879-1881/ Robert 1887-1890/ Children of/ Martin & Bridget Noonan 

Martin NOONAN at Saint Mary's Cemetery, Painesville OHPhoto Credit:  grammanie at Find a Grave.

Pension Card:  Martin NOONAN, Co G 120th OHInf.  Invalid filed 20 Feb 1888.  Widow filed 23 Feb 1923.  Martin died 5 Feb 1923 at Painesville, OH.  Pension Index:  Widow Bridget NOONAN filed in OH.  

Immigrated 1850.  

1860 Census, Chagrin Falls, Cuyahoga Co OH, Dwelling 23, Family 23:  Danl NEWNOM [NEWMAN], age 50 Cork Ireland, laborer; Julia, age 45 Cork Ireland; Martin, age 18 Cork Ireland, laborer; Bridget, age 20 Cork Ireland, servant; Danl, age 10 Cork Ireland; Carl [can't read last name], age 30 Cork Ireland, laborer; May NEWMAN, age 4 OH.  

1870  Have not found.  

Married Bridget <1871>  1870 Census, Painesville, Painsville Twp, Lake Co OH, Dwelling 210, Family 207:  Bridget MORRISEY, age 18 Ireland, domestic, was living in what appears to be a boarding house at the home of Anna M. RUSSELL.  

1880 Census, State St, Painsville Twp, Lake Co OH, Dwelling 318, Family 329:  Martin, NOONAN, age 36 Ireland, teamster, parents born Ireland; Bridget, wife, age 30 Ireland, parents born Ireland; Daniel, son, age 7 OH; James, son, age 6; John, son, age 4 OH; Henry, son, age 2 OH; Twins...born Jan 1880: Frances E, son, age 4 months OH; Mary E, daughter, age 4 months OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Painesville, Lake Co OH:  Line 18, House 133, Family 140:  Martin NOONAN, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.    Post Office:  Painesville, Lake Co OH.   Remarks: Prisoner ??? 13 months.  

1900 Census, Painesville Twp, Lake Co OH, Dwelling 33, Family 35:  Martin NOONAN, age 51 Ireland, born Aug 1848, married 28 yrs, farmer, parents born Ireland, naturalized; Bridget, wife,age 47 Ireland, born Aug 1852, married 28 yrs, 10 children/6 still living, immigrated 1865, lived in US 35 yrs, stationary engineer [probably meat for son Dan on the next line]; Dan, son, age 26 OH, single, born Dec 1873 OH; John, son, age 24 OH, single, born Mar 1876, locomotive fireman; Frank, son, age 20 OH, single, born Jan 1880, freight Handler; Edward, son, age 18 OH, single, born Feb 1882, hostler rail road  ; Geo, son, age 12 OH, born Mar 1888; Fred, son, age 10 OH, born Feb 1890; Mary FARRELL, niece, age 11 OH, born Oct 1888, parents born Ireland; Margarett, niece, age 9 OH, born Aug 1890, parents born Ireland; Mrs. Julia NOONAN, mother, age 81 Ireland, widow, born 1819, parents born Ireland.  
[Note: From the book A To Zax by Barbara Jean Evans:  a hostler is 1)an innkeeper, 2)a groom, 3)a cleaner and oiler of steam engines]

1910 Census, Richmond St, Painesville, Painsville Twp, Lake Co OH, Dwelling 219, Family 224: Martin NOONAN, age 69 Ireland, first marriage, married 39 yrs, parents born Ireland, immigrated 1850, naturalized, general farmer, Marked OA for military service; Bridget, wife, age 60 Ireland, first marriage, married 39 yrs, 10 children/5 still living; parents born Ireland.  [Note: in the next Dwelling are Daniel NOONAN and his wife Josephine.]

1920 Census, Richmond Rd, Painesville, Lake Co OH, Dwelling 343, Family 348:  Martin NOONAN, age 77 Ireland, immigrated 1852, naturalized 1865, parents born Ireland, general farming; Bridget, wife, age 68 Ireland, immigrated 1867, naturalized 1872, parents born Ireland; W. Fred, son, age 29 OH, single, laborer in RR office.  

Ohio Death Record:  Martin NOONAN died 5 Feb 1923 at Painesville, Lake Co OH.  Born 16 Aug 1839 Ireland.  Married.  Retired.  Spouse Bridget.  Father Daniel NOONAN born Ireland.  Mother born Ireland.  Name not given.  

Bridget MORRISSEY NOONAN died 28 Dec 1939 at Painesville, Lake Co OH.  Born 15 Aug 1847 in Ireland.  

Ohio Marriages:  Marriage of son Daniel.  Daniel NOONAN, born <1872> married Josephine JOHNSON on 22 Dec 1903 at Lake Co OH.  His father was Martin NOONAN.  His mother was Bridget MORSEY.  John J., born <1880>,  married Anna Driscoll 24 Oct 1910 at Lake Co OH. Father Martin NOONAN, mother Bridget MORRISON.  

Two death records for another two of Daniel and Julia's children, Martin's sisters:
Ohio, Deaths:  Bridget JONES died 14 Nov 1917 at Painesville, Lake Co OH. Age 77y 9m 4d.  Born 10 feb 1840 in Ireland.  
Father Dan NOONAN, born Ireland.  Mother Julia LYONS, born Ireland.  Informant John P. JONES of Painsville, OH.  Burial at Painesville.  
Ohio, Deaths:  Julia MURPHY died 22 Aug 1912 at Painsville, Lake Co OH, age 76.  Born <1836> Married.  Born Ireland.
 Father D*n NOONAN, born Ireland.  Mother Julia Lyons, born Ireland.  Informant Ed MURPHY of Painesville, OH.  Burial St Mary's Cem.  
 

OTTO, John    22 Aug 1862
John, age 29,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was discharged 2 Nov 1863 at Carrollton, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father:  Henry OTTO
Mother:  ???  Ann SCHULL
Birth:  Mar 1834 PA
Marriage:   1 Lucinda HARBAUGH
24 July 1859 Wayne Co OH
2Amanda C. FISHER, 3 Apr 1862, Wayne Co OH
Death: 1906 OH 
Cemetery:
Massilon City Cemetery, Perry Twp, Stark Co OH  Row 4 Sec 23
John H. OTTO, 1834 - 1907
Amanda C. OTTO, 1866 - 1908
Artie C OTTO, 10 Nov 1872 - 7 Oct 1901
Stone PhotoStone PhotoStone Photo Photo Credits:  Jerry Holderfield
Pension index: John H. Otto, co G 120th OVI filed for invalid pension 22 Mar 1879. Application 274453, Certificate 195059.  His widow Amanda C. filed for pension 30 Nov 1906, Application 859260, Certificate 637472, filed  in Ohio.
Pension Card:  John died 1906.  

1850 Census, Napier, Bedford, PA, Dwelling 352, Family 359:  Henry OTTO, age 52 MD; Ann E. age 37 PA: David, age 20 PA, plasterer; John, age 16 PA, farmer; Henry, age 11 PA.  [Note: In the next dwelling on the next page,  listed first, are Jacob C OTTO, age 2 PA and David W. KINTON, age 2 PA.  They should have been connected to the Henry OTTO family.  

First wife:   Wayne County OH Probate: 
John H. Otto married Lucinda Harbaugh on 24 July 1859.
Find a Grave:  Lucinda Harbaugh OTTO died 6 Jun 1860.  Wife of John OTTO.  Congress Cem, Congress, Wayne Co OH.  

Can't find John in 1860.  But here is his family.
In 1860 the family is living in Juniata Twp, Bedford Co PA. The wife is missing.  Henry OTTO, age 63, farmer; Henry age 21, farm hand; Jacob age 12; Christian [female], age 10; Ann E. BETTY, age 17, domestic; David W. KINTON, age 12.]  [Ohio, Deaths:  Christie WALTER died 28 Jan 1938 at Center, Twp Columbiana Co OH, residence Lisbon, Columbiana Co OH.  Age 87y 2m.  Widow.  Domestic.  Born 28 Nov 1850 at Buena Vista, PA.  Burial St. Jacobs Cem.  Father Henry OTTO, born Buena Vista PA.  Mother Ann SCHULL, born Buena Vista, PA.  Spouse James A. WALTER.]  

Wayne county OH probate:  John H. OTTO married Amanda C. FISHER, 3 Apr 1862.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John H. OTTO's residence as Wooster.  
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Discharge Record on microfilm in Wayne Co OH  Page 69 in Book 1
Private John Otto in Co G (or I hard to read) 120th OVI was discharged 2 Nov 1863 at the US Marine General Hospital , New Orleans LA
Enrollment information:  He was born in Bedford Co PA.  When he enrolled he was 29 years old, 5' 8" tall,  light complexion, gray eyes, light hair,and was a blacksmith.  The Oath of Identity was dated 18 Aug 1865 and his residence was listed as Massillon, Wayne Co OH. [Massillon is actually in Stark county.]

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1269, 3rd Ward Massillon, Stark Co OH, page 410:  John OTTO, age 37 PA, machinist; Amanda, age 31 PA; Marion W, [male], age 2 OH; Cathrine FISHER, age 72 PA.  

In the 1880 census Massillon, Stark county, Ohio:  John H Otto age 44 born in PA as were his parents, is a "machinist."  His wife Amanda age 42 born in PA.  Her father was born in MD and her mother in PA.  Daughter Artie May age 7 born in OH.  Also living there is Catherine Fisher age 84 born in PA as were her parents.  [She is listed as "mother" but actually this must be the mother of Amanda whose last name was Fisher before she married Otto.]

1890 Veterans Schedule, Massillon, Stark Co OH: Line 31, Family 183, Family 202, John H. OTTO, Pivate, Co I [mistake] 120th OH Inf.. disability: dropsy of the heart.  Post Ovvice Massillon, Stark Co OH.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1322, E. South St., 1st Ward Massillon, Stark Co OH, page 84:  John H OTTO, age 66 PA, coal merchant, born March 1834, married 38 yrs, parents born PA; Amanda, wife, age 64 PA, born May 1836, married 38 yrs, 4 children/1 still living, parents born PA; Artie M, daughter, age 26 OH, single, born Nov 1873, Telephone Centr??

 Wife, Ohio Deaths and Burials:  Amanda OTTO died 8 Feb 1908, Massillon, Stark Co OH, Age 72.  Born 1836.  Widow.  

POLLOCK, James R.    22 Aug 1862     See also in Company I.
James, age 24,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as 1st Lieutenant.
He was promoted from 1st Sergeant Co. I 120th OVI on 12 Oct 1864.  He was transferred to Co. E, 114th OVI on 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co F, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  James was also in Co H 15th OH Inf.  [In the 15th OH for 3 months in 1861 as a Private]

Father:  Samuel POLLOCK
Mother:  Fanny [Frines] WILKIN  [Born 28 Jul 1801, married 5 feb 1818, Harrison Co OH]
Birth: 6 Mar 1838 [WorldConnect]
Marriage:   Jennie S CREIGH on 7 Mar 1867 in Richland county OH
Death:   11 July 1907  Burned to death. [Mansfield Cemetery]
Cemetery: Mansfield Cemetery, age 69yrs, 5mths, 3dys.  Section OS-12, Lot 778.  [Wife Jennie S. died Mansfield, 11 NOv 1877, Section OS-12 lOT 778.]

Pension Index:  James R POLLOCK, F 48th, E 114th, H 15th OH, G and I of the 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1890 July 25, Application 881196, Certificate 637958 in OH.  Pension Card:  James died 1907.  

1850 have not found.  

1860 Census, Madison Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 951, Family 961:  Sam'l POLLOCK, age 68 Ireland, farmer; Fannie [obit, Mansfield Herald, 5 Feb 1885], age 58 PA; Margrt, age 30 OH, school teacher; Nancy, age 24 OH, school teacher; Wm, age 23 OH, farmhand; Jas, age 21 OH; Geo, age 19 OH, farm hand; Calvin, age 14 OH, farm hand.  [Ohio, County Marriages:  Samuel POLLOCK married Fanny WILKIN, 5 Feb 1818, Harrison Co OH]

Ohio, County Marriages:  J R POLLOCK married Jennie S CREIGH on 7 Mar 1867 in Richland county OH.

1870 Census, Madison Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 70, Family 67:  James POLLOCK, age 32 OH, farmer; Jennie, age 24 OH; Clyde C, age 1 OH; Mary UNDERWOOD, age 13 OH.  

History of Richland County, Ohio: Its Past and Present, comp. & pub. by A.A. Graham (1880), pp. 697-698: David M. CREIGH married Attilia BARR in 1845 and they had three children. The eldest, Jennie, the wife of James R. POLLOCK died 11 Nov 1877, age 30 years 10 months and 29 days, leaving one son; p. 512: "The Western Suspender Company was established in 1871, by B.O. FOSTER and J.R. POLLOCK. In a short time Mr. POLLOCK purchased the interest of Foster, and, in January 1873, took in J.P. RUMMEL as partner. This firm conducted the business successfully until August 5, 1879, when Mr. RUMMEL purchased the entire establishment...."  [Note: J(oseph) P. Rummel also served in Co. B of the 120th Ohio]; p. 360: A roster of the officers in the 120th O.V.I. who were from Richland County, OH includes First Lt. James R. POLLOCK, whose date of rank was 12 Oct 1864, the same day his commission was issued. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

James R. POLLOCK first appears in Mansfield, OH city directories in 1871 when his occupation is listed as suspender mfg. and his residence is 126 N. Mulberry. He is also listed in 1873, 1877, 1881, 1883 and 1884. In 1881 and 1883 he is listed as a farmer with a home at 89 W. Fourth. James does not appear in 1886 or 1891, but he reappears in 1894 and 1895, both times being listed as a traveling salesman whose residence was 235 Marion ave. James does not appear in Mansfield directories published after 1895. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

1880 Census, Mansfield, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 26, Family 37:  James POLLOCK, age 42 OH, father born Ireland, mother born PA, retired farmer; Clyde, son, age 11 OH, parents born OH; Fanny, mother, age 79 PA, parents born PA; Margaret, sister, age 50 OH, father born Ireland, mother born PA.  

Mother, Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  Fanny POLLOCK died 4 Feb 1885 at Pennsylvania at age 83.  Born 1802 in PA???, but her residence was Mansfield OH.  [Note:  burial Mansfield cem, lot 728, section OS-12 with husband]

J.R. POLLOCK, of Mansfield, served as Asst. Marshall at the 18th Annual Reunion of the 120th O.V.I. held at Au's grove in Richland Co., OH in 1886. [Contributed by Kerry Kimberly]

???Who is this James POLLOCK?  1890 Veterans Schedule:  Line 38, House 199, Family 203:  James POLLOCK, Lt. 100 day service Co G 163 OH Inf.  23 sep 1863 to 16 May 1864 when he resigned.  Post Office, Bellville, Richland Co OH.  

1900 Census, 235 Marion Ave, Mansfield Ward 1, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 378, Family 400:  Clyde C. POLLOCK, age 31 OH, born Oct 1868, parents born OH, livery man; Jessie P., wife, age 22 OH, born Jun 1877, 0 children, married 0 yrs, parents born OH; Margaret J. POLLOCK, age 77 OH, born Jul 1822, aunt, father born Ireland, mother born PA.  

Son, Ohio, Deaths:  Clyde Creigh POLLOCK died 9 Dec 1941, Mansfield, Richland Co OH.  Married.  Policeman.  Born 16 Oct 1868, Richland Co OH.  Cemetery: Mansfield.  Father James R. POLLOCK born Mansfield OH.  Mother Jennie CREIGH, born Mansfield OH.  

Ohio Genealogical Society, 713 South Main Street, Mansfield, OH 44907:  has photo of James R POLLOCK  with C C POLLOCK on the back.   [the photo of James Pollock at O.G.S. is part of the Whissemore Collection (so named because it is a group of photos taken primarily by photographer Artemus Whissemore) and that the collection also includes pictures of James' mother, Fanny Pollock, his sister, Margaret J. Pollock, and his mother-in-law Attilia (Barr) Creigh (i.e., Mrs. David Creigh)? Interestingly, James son, Clyde C. Pollock, married Jessie Pearl Whissemore, who was a niece of the photographer.  Contributed by Kerry Kimberly. ]

Listed in Richland Shield and Banner, Jan 1887: Jas. R. POLLOCK listed as guardian of Clyde POLLOCK at Probate Court

???Real estate transfer in 1890

This is another James POLLOCK
Married in 1859 and it was their first marriage.

1880 Census, 101 East Diamond St, Mansfield, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 312, Family 356:  James POLLOCK, age 42 OH, dry goods clerk, parents born PA; Caroline, age 40 OH, wife, parents born PA; Laura, age 13 OH, daughter.

 1900 Census, Madison Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 73, Family 72:  James POLLOCK, age 63 OH, born Feb 1837, married 41 yrs, parents born PA, clerk in clothing;  Caroline, wife, age 61 OH, born Apr 1839, married 41 yrs, 5 children/1 still living, father born PA, mother born OH; Laura C., daughter, age 30 OH, single, born Apr 1870, sales lady in dry goods.

1910 Census, Madison Twp, Richland Co OH, Dwelling 319, Family 328:  James POLLOCK, AGE 73 OH, first marriage, married 51 yrs. parents born PA, has own income, NOT MARKED FOR MILITARY SERVICE;  Caroline, wife, age 71 OH, first marriage, married 51 yrs, 0 children, father born PA, mother born OH,

Ohio, Deaths:  James POLLOCK died 6 Nov 1911, Madison Twp, Richland Co OH.  74y 8m 24d.   Married.  Clerk.  born 13 Feb 1837 in OH.  Burial Mansfield, OH.  Father Thomas POLLOCK, born PA.  Mother Mary MORLAND, born PA.  

 

 

PORTER, Elias    22 Aug 1862
Elias, age 24,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.
He was appointed 17 Ap 1863.  He was discharged 26 July 1863 at Vicksburg Mississippi on a Surgeon's certificate of disability. 
Father:  ?Samuel PORTER
Mother:  
Birth:  <1838>OH
Marriage:  
Susan YOUNG on 24 Oct 1861 in Wayne County OH.  
Death:  
11 June 1898 at Portage Twp, Summit Co OH
Cemetery: Copley Cemetery, Copley, Summit Co OH
Summit County Cemetery Inscriptions book lists Elias Porter on the Veterans page for Copley township and he is supposed to be buried at Copley Cemetery....but he is not listed in the main listings for that cemetery.  Should have military headstone...see below.  

Pension index:  Elias Porter of Co G 120th OVI filed for invalid pension 3 Aug 1882, Application 456.419; Certificate 530818, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  Elias died 11 June 1898.

Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans:  Elias PORTER, Corporal, Co G 120th OH Vol Inf.  Cemetery Copley.  Copley, Summit co OH.  Died 11 June 1898.

???1850 Census, Sharon Twp, Medina Co OH, Dwelling 73, Family 73:  Samuel PORTER, age 60 PA, farmer; Elias, age 16 OH, farmer.  [Living previous dwelling 72, Family 72: Samuel Porter Jr, age 32/22 OH, farmer; Eliza, age 31 OH.]  [Samuel PORTER married Eliza ANDREWS 18 Apr 1850 at Medina Co OH.  I can't find them in 1860 census, but in Ohio, Births and Chritenings, they had a daughter 16 Sep 1868 in Orrville, Wayne Co, and male and female twins on 7 Aug 1867, in Wayne Co.]  

Can't find Elias in 1860 Census.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Elias PORTER's residence as Chippewa.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  Elias PORTER married Susan YOUNG on 24 Oct 1861 in Wayne County OH.  

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1270, Copley, Summit Co OH, page 161:  Elias PORTER, age 31 OH, laborer; Susanna, age 24 OH; Eliza A, age 5 OH

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1069, Copley, Summit County, OH, page 171:  Elias PORTER, age 40 OH, divorced, farmer, parents born in OH; Eliza A.,daughter, age 16 OH, parents born OH; Phillip, son, age 19 OH, farm laborer, parents born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Sharon, Medina Co OH, pg2, House 6, Family 6. Line 13:  Elias PORTER, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Post Office Sharon Ceter, Medina Co OH, Disability: chronic diarrhoea

Death record:  Elias PORTER died 10 June 1898 at Portage Twp, Summit Co OH.  Age 60.  Birth 1838.  Widowed.  

Daughter--Ohio, Deaths: Lida PORTER died 11 Apr 1914 at Sharon Twp, Medina Co OH, single, born 16 Dec 1865 in OH, age 48y, 3m, 15d.  Housekeeper.  Father Elias PORTER born Wayne Co OH.  Mother Susanna YOUNG, born OH.  Burial Copley Cemetery.    

Son--Ohio, Deaths:  Phillip PORTER died 9 Feb 1927 at Sharon Twp, Medina Co OH.  Age 65y 1m 26d.  Widowed.  Coal Miner, retired.  Born 13 Dec 1861 at Sharon Twp.  Father Elias PORTER.  Mother Susanne YOUNG, born OH.  Burial Mt. Zwingli Cemetery, Wadsworth, Medina Co

 

Not in orginal list from Official Roster of Ohio.  Also not listed at Civil War Soldiers and Sailors site in any regiment.  

Father:  ? Peter PRITZ, Sr.
Birth: June 1832 PA

Pension Index:  Albert A. PRITZ, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 9 Nov 1905, Application 1342136, filed in KS, but no certificate was recorded.  

1850 Census, Borough of Manheim, Lancaster Co PA, Dwelling 59, Family 66:  Peter PRITZ Jr., age 31 PA, sadler; Barbara, age 28; Theodore, age 1 PA; Albert, age 19 PA, sadler.  

 1860 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, very difficult to read/ancestry.com's interpretation:  A. A. PRITZ, age 27 PA; Louise, age 29 PA; Winfield S., age 4 OH; Amos DAILY, age 21 OH; George GRINGER, age 22 OH.  

1870 Census, Jackson Twp, Will Co IL, Dwelling 215, Family 218:  Albert PRITZ, age 37 PA, harness maker; Louisa, age 42 PA; Winfield S., age 14 OH; Ina M, age 9 OH; Ada M, age 6 OH; Minnie, age 4 IN.  

1880 Census, Jackson Twp, Will Co IL, Dwelling 229, Family 233:  Albert PRITZ, age 47 PA, parents born PA, harness maker; Louisa, wife, age 53 PA, asthma, parents born PA; [next page] Winfield, son, age 24 OH, single, laborer; Ina, daughter, age 19 OH, single, school teacher; Ada, daughter, age 16 OH, single; Minnie, daughter, age 14 IN.  

1900 Census, Village of Elwood, Jackson Twp, Will Co IL, Dwelling 189, Family 191:  Albert A. PRITZ, born June 1832, age 67 OH, married 45 yrs, parents born OH, harness maker; Louisa, wife, born Sep 1827, age 72 OH, married 45 yrs, 4 children/3 still living, father born OH, mother born Germany.  

1905 Kansas state Census, McPherson KS, Dwelling 64, Family 64:  G. J. BROWN, age 37; Ina M. BROWN, age 36; A. A. PRITZ, age 72; Claude PARKS, age 7.

PURCELL, John H.    15 Aug 1862       PURSELL                                                                          
John, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He transferred to 120th Co., 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps 24 Dec 1863.  He was discharged 31 Mar 1864 at Evansville, Indiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.
Father:  Abel H. PURSELL
Mother:  Frances JOHNSON
Birth:  1842 PA
Marriage:  
Susan Bowers, 7 Mar 1867, Wayne Co OH
Death:  
25 July 1898, Doylestown
Cemetery:  Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown

John's military stone at Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, Section 4 sits to the right of a larger stone which has his parents, John, and Susan listed on it.  
John 1842 - 1898     Susan B 1837 - 1906
Abel H  1821 - 1898     Frances J  1819 - 1893
June 1899 Reunion of the 120th Regiment reported in the Wooster Republican that John H. Purcell, Dolylestown, died in the last year

Pension Index: John H. Pursell, G 120 OH Inf. and 120 Co 2Battn. V.R.C. Invalid pension 2 Ap 1864, Application 43394; Certificate 209849     Widow pension - Susan PURSELL, 30 July 1898, Application 680298, Certificate 469352, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  John died 25 July 1898.  

1850 Census, Mount Pleasant, Columbia Co PA, Dwelling 80, Family 81:  Abel H. PURSEL, age 29 PA, dentist; Frances, age 31 PA; John H, age 7 PA; Elmira, age 6 PA; Mary C., age 2 PA.

Wayne Co Graves Registration Cards book:  John Purcell of Co G 120th, address Doylestown, OH.  He died 25 July 1898 at Doylestown.  He was born in 1843 in Pennsylvania. 

1860 census Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 359
A. H. Pursell (38 PA) a dentist; Francis (f) (41 PA); John H. (17 PA); Alvira or Almira (hard to read female),15 PA; Bennett J.(hard to read female) (6 OH); Charles W. (2OH); Byron A (10 months OH).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John H. PURSELL's residence as Chippewa.

There is a marriage record...Wayne Co OH probate: John H. Purssell married Susan Bowers, 7 Mar 1867.

Parents and siblings in 1870 Census, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 81, Family 99:  Abel PURSSEL, age 49 PA, dentist; Frances, age 50 PA; Brunette, age 16 OH; Charles W, age 12 OH; Byron A., age 10 OH; Alfred P, age 8 OH; Minnie R, age 5 OH.  

1880 census Doylestown, Wayne county, Ohio:  John Purcell age 39 born in PA is an iron moulder.  His parents were born in PA.  His wife Susan age 36 born in OH.  Her parents were born in PA.  Daughter Mary age 12 born in OH and son William age 10 born in OH.
[A moulder was a person who shaped sand into which molten metal was poured in a foundry.  Definition found in "A to Zax" by Barbara Jean Evans]

1890 Special Veterans Schedule:  Chippewa Twp, Line 4, House 16, Family 17:  John H. PURCELL, Co G 120th OVI.  PO Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  Rheumatism and varicose veins.  

Ohio Deaths and Burials:  John PURSELL died 25 Jul 1898 at Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, age 55, born PA.  A moulder.  Married.  

1900 Census, Chippewa Twp, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 223, Family 224:  William PURSSEL, age 31 OH, born Mar 1869, married one year, parents born PA, dentist ; Ada, wife, age 28 OH, born Nov 1871, married one year, parents born OH; Mary, daughter, age 0 months OH, born May 1900, father born PA, mother born OH;  Susan PURSELL, mother, age 62 OH, born June 1837, widow, 3 children/2 still living, parents born PA.  

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  Susan PURCELL died 5 Jul 1907 at Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, age 70, born <1837> at Smithville, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Father John BOWERS.  

Brother: Ohio, Deaths: Alfred P PURCELL died 7 Dec 1945.  Age 83y 7m 18d.  Born 19 Apr 1862 at Doylestown, OH.  Father Abel PURCELL.  Mother Francis JOHNSON.  

REED, William    15 Aug 1862                                                                                                    
William, age 26,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
He was discharged 25 Feb 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.  One record says that his rank out of the 120th was Musician.   Also he was Adt [Adjutant], Asst [Surg] Sgn USA.

Father:  John REED  [Ancestry.com by KurtisBuchmaster]
Mother:  Ruth BUCKMASTER  [Ancestry.com by KurtisBuchmaster]
Birth:  12 Sep 1836 [on cemetery stone], Holmes Co OH
Marriage:   Mary J. METLIN, 7 July 1864 at Summit co OH
Death:   31
Mar 1895 [on cemetery stone]
Cemetery: Buckeye Cemetery, Ellsworth Co KS
William ReedPhoto Credit Ermadean Boardman at
Find a Grave

 
Pension Card:  William REED, Co G 120th OH Inf,  Adt [Adjutant], Asst [Surg] Sgn USA.  Invalid applied 24 July 1885, Application 545620, Certificate 388586.  Widow, Mary J. REED, applied, 12 July 1895, Application 618982, Certificate 436647, filed in KS.  Minor applied, James C. M. REED, Guardian, 21 Apr 1900, Application 717.771, Certificate 503124, filed in KS.  
 William died 24 Mar 1895.  

1850 Census, Monroe, Holmes Co OH, Dwelling 773, Family 789  :  John REED, age 46 PA, farmer; Ruth, age 36 PA; Sarah J, age 18 OH; Samuel, age 16 OH; [next page] William, age 13 OH; Mary E, age 12 OH; Lydia, age 9 OH; James, age 7 OH; Martha E, age 4 OH.  

In 1860 census, only Mary E, James, and Martha are living with parent, John, in Monroe, Holmes, OH.  Where is William REED?  There are several in the area who are the right age.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Wm. REED, M. D.,'s residence as Chippewa.  

Ohio, County Marriages:  Wm REED married Mary Jane MELTEN on 7 July 1864 at Summit co OH.  

1870 Census, Springfield Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 54, Family 54:  William REED, age 36 OH, physician; Mary J, age 35 OH; James E M, age ? OH; Lillie M, age 6 months OH; Thomas E, age 2 OH.  

1880 Census, Empire Twp, Ellsworth KS, Dwelling 156, Family 159:  William REED, age 43 OH, physician, father born PA, mother born OH; Mary J, wife, age 34 OH, father born PA, mother born OH; James M, son, age 14 OH, works on farm; Thos. E, son, age 12 OH, herder; Lillie M, daughter, age 10 OH; Lulu R, daughter, age 8 OH; Charles H, [male but marked daughter], age 4 OH.  [Parents of children both born OH.]

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Kansas State Census, Census date 1 Mar 1895, Empire Twp, Ellsworth KS, Family 150:  Mary J REED, age 49 OH; J.E.M, age 29 OH, male; T.E., age 27 OH male; Lulu N, age 22 OH, female; Chas H, age 19 OH, male; Mattie A, age 10 KS, female; Jennie, age 7 KS.  

Wife, Mary Jane died 18 Jul 1898.  

RIFE, David      16 Aug 1862                                                                                                         
David, age 25,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
No comments listed in the Roster.

Father:  ?John RIFE
Mother:  ?Mary
Birth:    [9] Oct 1836, Wayne OH
Marriage:   Harriett BOGGESS, 12 Apr 1866, Kosciusko IN
Death:   14 Feb 1905 in Vermilion IL
Cemetery: Rose Cem, Vermilion Co IL

I created pages at Find a Grave and requested photos on 14 Jan 2013 and 20 Apr 2013

I can't find any record in the pension index for this soldier.
_________
1850 census for Baughman Twp, Wayne Co, OH, Dwelling 264, Family 269:  John Rife, age 47 PA, farmer; Mary, age 49 PA, Rebecca, age 18 PA, Mary, age 16 OH, David, age 13 OH; John, age 11 OH.

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 401:  John RIFE, age 57 PA, farmer; Mary, age 26 OH; David, age 22 OH, farmer; John, age 21 OH, farmer; Mary HORNING, age 15 Germany.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed David RIFE's residence as Orrville.  

Member Family Search:  David M. RIFE married Harriett BOGGESS on 12 Apr 1866 in Kosciusko IN.  David born 9 Oct 1836 in Wayne OH.  Died 14 Feb 1905 in Vermilion IL.  

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 190, Fairfield, Bureau County, IL, Dwelling 108, Family 108:  David RIFE, age 33 OH, farmer; Harriet, age 22 IN; John, age 2 IN; Comwalis?? [male], age 1 IL.  [Note:  This is probably Cornelius]

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 372, Cottage Grove Twp, Allen Co KS, Dwelling 11, Family 12:  D M RIFE, age 43 OH, farmer, parents born PA; Harriet, wife, age 37 IN, parents born VA; John, son, age 12 IN, farm laborer; Cornwallis, son, age 11 IL, farm laborer; Hattie, daughter, age 8 IL; David, son, age 6 IL; May, daughter, age 4 IL; Mattie, daughter, age 2 IL.  [Note:  ??the census taker made a mistake marking IL for the birthplace of the children's father.]

In IL in Nov 1887.  

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.  

Harriet died 1896.   

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 349, Newell Twp, Vermilion Co, IL, page 201:  David RIFE, age 63 OH, widowed, born Oct 1836, poultry dealer, parents born PA; Mattie E, daughter, age 22 IL, single, born Apr 1878, father born OH, mother born IN; Charlie, son, age 17 IN, born May 1883, poultry dealer, father born OH, mother born IN; Perry, son, age 15 IN, born Apr 1885, father born OH, mother born IN; Grover? C., son, age 12 IL, born Nov 1887 father born OH, mother born IN.  

Vermilion County Info:  David M. RIFE, born 1836,  65y husband of Harriet. died 2-14-1905.  Harriet Boggess RIFE born 1848, 48 yrs, wife of David M. died 5-23-1896  Buried Rose Cem, Vermilion Co IL.   [Harriet Boggess Rife, 1848-1896 [23 May 1896], 48 yrs.  Wife of David M.]

RIGDON, John    13 Aug 1862
John, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.
No comments listed in the Roster.
Father: Campbell RIGDON
Mother:  Nancy PEEKHAMUS
Birth: <1842> OH
Marriage:  Nancy ???DAY
Death:  1925 or later, maybe Kansas  
Cemetery:

Pension index: John RIGDON, G 120th OVI filed for an invalid pension 30 July 1890, Application 881237, filed in Missouri.  

John RigdonPhoto Credit: Jim Swearngin, great great grandson of John Rigdon 

1850 Census, Franklin, Summit Co OH, Page 45B, family 2676:  Camplet D. RIGDON, age 37 PA, laborer; Nancy, age 46 PA; Mary Ann, age 10 OH; Elizabeth Ann, age 10 OH: John, age 8, OH; Lucinda I., age 5 OH.  [Medina County Probate Court record:  Campbell RIGDON married Nancy PEEKHAMUS on 23 Apr 1837 in Medina Co OH.]  [John's sister, Lucinda, at
Find a Grave]

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 367:  C D RIGDON, age 45 OH, grover; Nancy, age 55 PA; Elizabeth A, age 20 PA, domestic; John, age 18 PA.

[grover = a miner of lead, according to A to Zax by Barbara Jean Evans] 

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John RIGDEN's residence as Chippewa.  

Parents: 1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 183, Family 191:  Campbell RIGDON, age 59 PA, ?grocey keeper; and Nancy, age 64 PA, Helmck Cory RIGDON, age 9 PA; David SMITH, age 47 Scotland; Mary SMITH, age 31 OH; Rowland, age 4 OH; Anna, age 8 months OH.  

wife Nancy:  1860 Census, Linden Twp, Christian Co MO, Dwelling 708, Family 708:  James M. DAY, age 35 TN; Martha, age 28 MO; Wiley, age 14 TN; Barthena, age 12 TN; Nancy, age 8 TN; William, age 6 MO; Josephine, age 3 MO.  

married Nancy <1869>

1870 Census, Porter Twp, Christian Co MO, Dwelling 145, Family 145:  John REAGEON, age 25 OH, works at saw mill; Nancy, age 17 TN; Barthena, age 1 MO.  
Note:  
Their neighbor was Willy DAY, age 24 TN, working at saw mill, wife Martha, children William and James.  

1880 Census, June 1860 date, Clay Twp, Greene Co MO:  Jno. RIGDON, age 36 MO, parents born OH, farm laborer; Nancy, wife, age 27 TN, parents born TN; Pathena, daughter, age 10 MO; May or Mary E., daughter, age 7 MO; Chas E., son, age 2 MO; Marthe B?, age 2 months born May MO.  

[ Washington, Death Certficates, 1907-1960:  Mary Ellen JOHNSON died 17 Feb 1945 in Centralia, Lewis Co Washington, age 73 yrs, 3 m 14 dys, born <1872>.  Husband was Henry P. JOHNSON.  Her father was John RIGDON and her mother was Nancy DAY.  In the 1940 Census, both Mary Ellen and husband Henry were born in Missouri. They were living in Centralia, Lewis Co, Washington.  In the 1930 Census, Mary E. says that her father was born in OH and her mother was born in MO.  Mary was married at age 20 and Henry was 19.] [Johnson children: Larraine V, born 1913, married 1929 Lewis Co Washington; Ola F, married age 36 in Lewis Co WA...yr not given.]

Pension information obtained by Debbie Ferdetta at the National Archives:
John applied from Highlandville, Christian Co MO on 30 July 1890.  Another notation was 26 Mar 1891, Sparta, Christian Co, MO.  Question of desertion.  Law Office of Charles and William B. King, Washington DC, 5 Jan 1895: "We are doing all we can to have the charge of desertion removed from claimant's military record."  John wrote: "Gents: I never have had a discharge, was in prison when the war closed at Tyler TX and was just turned loose.  Respectfully, Jno. Rigdon."
John's request for a pension was rejected on 16 May 1895.  

Note: John Rigdon is not on the list of 120th OVI soldiers who were released from Camp Ford prison at Tyler, TX, in 1865.  

Note from Jim Swearngin:  
"
I had contact with the historical society years ago about the prisoners at comp ford. I am tryin g to do this info from memory until i find my paperwork. I also got a neat book from them about the camp.

 I also did some research on the US / CSA pows and was told that the CSA records were not well kept. Anyway during the research i found that when the war ended many pow's on both sides just left and went home as the gates were open and no guards. The majority of them were sick from their treatment as pows.

I also found in a book on the war that after it was over the Union side tracked down as high as 50 to 70 percent of the deserters. They were either shot or hanged. I talked to a base comander about this and was told as far as John Rigdon was concerned they knew wher he was at but never went after him. Why?

Also he like many others felt since the war was over they did'nt go back to the military. So they were never given a discharge. My entire family and ancestors were military. My ancestor Capt. Van Swearingen was a scout for Gen. George Washington. I don;t know the whole story about John Rigdon but after so many deserters were executed why would they leave him alone knowing his location. He was also represented by the King Brothers who made lots of money representing those in similar situations. They were also shisters.  John did say he just walked out the gate and went home. He also had 2 witnesses who could verify his captivity. A Capt McKinney and another soldier. They were never contacted but did get their pensions. 1 died and the other one was alive but never questioned.

It all makes for intresting reading and speculation but I don't know other than what we have. If he would of been a deserter I think he would of wanted to remain in the background and not draw any unwanted attention to himself. The Ohio GS sent me papers and said he was not carried as a deserter. However they were federalized and who knows for sure. his witnesses were not contacted, he was not executed. "

1900 Census, Sarcoxie Twp (north part), Jasper Co MO, Dwelling 21, Family 21:  John RIGDON, age 67 OH, parents born OH, born Jan 1849, married 27 yrs, farm laborer; Nancy, wife, age 48 TN, parents born TN, born Aug 1851, married 27 yrs, 7 children/4 still living; Harry, son, age 14 MO, born Mar 1886, farm laborer.  

1910 Census, Liberty St, Webb city Ward 2, Joplin Twp, Jasper Co MO, Dwelling 96, Family 107:  Harry  RIGDON, age 23  MO, first marriage, married 2 yrs, father born OH, mother born TN, hoister man in mines; Nora, wife, age 23 MO, first marriage, married 2 yrs, one child/one still living, parents born TN; Earl, son, age one MO, parents born MO; John, father, age 66 OH, first marriage, married 40 yrs, column 30 NOT marked for military service; Nancy, mother, age 58?, first marriage, married 40 yrs, 7 children/3 still living, parents born TN; Arthur RAMSEY, bro-in-law, age 26 MO, single, father born OH, mother born TN, laborer in mine; Mark RAMSEY, bro-in-law, age 24 MO, single, father born OH, mother born TN, laborer in mine.

This may be soldier John with his daughter in 1920:
1920 Census, State Road, North Galloway Twp, Christian Co, MO, Dwelling 185, Family 185 : Henry P. JOHNSON, age 55 MO, farmer, parents born TN;  Mollie E, age 47 MO, father born OH, mother born MO; Goldie, age 13 MO; Lorene V., age 7 MO; John RIGDON, father in law, age 67 OH, widowed, father born OH.  

1920, John's son Harry.  
5th Ward, Kansas City,Wyandotte Co KS, Dwelling 116, Family 126:  Harry W. RIGDON, age 33 MO, father born OH, mother born TN, trucker for flour mill:  Nora, wife, age 33 MO, parents born TN; Earl, son, age 11 MO; Roy, son, age 8 MO; Freda, daughter age 3yrs & 10months MO.  
Harry [d 1970] and Nora are buried in
Maple Hill Cemetery, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co KS.

Kansas State Census, 1925, 1313 Hasbrook ?street?, Kansas City, Wyandotte KS, line 14, Dwelling 139, Family 131:  W H. RIGDON, age 38 MO; Nora, wife, age 38 MO; Earl, son, age 16 MO; Roy, son, age 13 MO; Freda, daughter, age 9 MO; John R, father, age 83 OH, widowed.
[Father John is not listed with Harry in 1930]  [In 1940 William H. and Nora were living in Kansas City, Wyandotte Co KS. ] [Nora and Harry Rigdon both died in 1970....see
FindaGrave. They are buried at Maple Hill Cemetery, Kansas City, KS.]

RYAL, Martin S.    16 Aug 1862
Martin, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.   There are no comments listed in the Roster.
The pension papers say that Martin was listed as  deserted 11 Oct 1863.  He was sent out on a foraging expedition at or near Plaquemine Louisiana and was never heard from again.  

Think I solved the mystery. Soldier disappeared during the Civ War. Military thought he deserted. Wife thought he was dead and she remarried. She later applied for pension but was turned down because soldier had deserted. Mother and brother were left in Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH in 1860 by themselves. Father ended up in CA and married someone else. Soldier shows up later in Iowa and marries and has 2 children. Dies in Iowa. Mother and brother are buried in the same cemetery as the soldier in Iowa. Mystery solved. He did desert.

Father:  Phetoness G. RYEL
Mother: Julia MORGAN
Birth:  <1842>
Marriage:   1Miss Margaret METZGAR [later Bash], 31 Oct 1859 near Beaver PA
???2 Harriet M BATES 16 Feb 1868 in Monroe, IA
Death:  Disappeared Oct 1863 in Louisiana.  Died 7 Mar 1871 in Monroe Co IA
Cemetery: Beebe Cem [Smith Cem], Mantua, Monroe Co IA
Martin Ryal at Beebe Cemetery, Monroe Co IAPhoto Credit:  Cemgems at Find a Grave

1850 Census, Shalersville, Portage Co OH, Dwelling 26, Family 26:  Phetoness G. RYEL, age 34 NY, blacksmith; Julia, age 28 OH; Martin, age 9 OH; Charles M., age 5 OH; Clada [female] MORGAN, age 18 OH.  [Philones G RYEL was married to Julia MORGAN. at Ancestry.com by Henriod74.  They didn't stay in Ohio.]

Martin's mother and brother
1860 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 153, Family 154:  Julia REYLE, age 32 OH; Charles, age 15 OH.  Where were Martin and first wife Margaret?  Where was Phetoness/Philones?

1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH,  Dwelling 190, Family 199:  Julia RYLE, age 45 OH.

Martin's father in California.

Great Register, Sonoma County CA:  Date of registration 8 Oct 1866, Philoness G. RYEL, registration number 1942, age 51, born NY, farmer, residence Mendocino.  Another record says P.G. RYEL married H. SUTTON in 1860 in Sonoma, CA.  

California, County Marriages:  Philoness G. RYEL married Harriet SUTTON on 7 Sep 1874 at Sonoma, CA.  Philoness was age 59, born <1815>.  Harriet was age 55, born <1819>.  

 

Civil War Draft Registrations Records, June 1863: Center Twp, Williams Co OH, line 12, Martin RILES, age 20, white, farmer, married, born OH, now in service Regiment unknown.  

 

 

Martin's first wife in Ohio|

 
Pension index: Ryel, Martin S., Co G 120th OVI, widow Margaret Bash of Indiana filed for pension 20 June 1904, Application 808825.
 No Certificate number [because it was denied.].  

Information from the Pension records sent to me by Debbie F.:

Description in pension papers:  Martin S. RYAL, age 20, 5 ft 7 inches tall, light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair.  Born Redgeville, OH.  Occupation: farmer.  Enrolled 16 Aug 1862.  Deserted 11 Oct 1863. Also spelled RYEL.  
Sick in hospital at Memphis 20 Dec.  Sick in hospital 10 Apr 1863 at St. Louis, MO.  

Widow's declaration for pension shows: Margaret's maiden name was Metser [see Metzgar below], married on 31 Oct 1859 near Beaver PA.  

Widow Margaret Bash's deposition, stamped 27 Jun 1904:  
June 1904.  I am 64 years of age and I am the wife of Samuel Bash.  Our residence is Goshen, Elkhart Co Ind.  My first husband's name was Martin S. Ryel.  I was married to Martin S. Ryel.  My father went with us when we went to get married.  We lived on the farm in Wayne Co Ohio.  My father is dead and there is no record evidence of our marriage and since father's death I do not think there is any living witness of my marriage to Martin S. Ryel.  And it being impossible to furnish the first or second class of testimony of my marriage I ask that the third class of evidence be accepted to establish the fact of our marriage.  That we lived together as husband and wife and were so respected in the community where we lived after our marriage until he enlisted and went to the war.  I had several letters from him, then I had a short letter from the colonel stating that he Martin S. Ryel was detailed on a foraging expedition, and never returned and was believed that the Rebels had killed him.  That since then he has made diligent effort to find some trace of him, but can learn nothing more.  

In a deposition by widow Margaret's sister: Mary Vansicles of Goshen, Elkhart Co IN: "..I am a sister of Mrs. Margaret Bash of Goshen Ind formerly a widow of Martin S. Ryel, Wayne Co Ohio and later of Bryan, Wayne Co Ohio.  [Note: Bryan is actually in Williams County in northwest Ohio.] That my sister Miss Margaret Metzgar went in company with Martin S. Ryel.  That is my father.  He took them away as we lived on a farm to get married  They came back.  Said they were married.  I personally know that from this time they lived together as husband and wife until he went to the war.  My father is dead.  Martin S. Ryel and his wife had one child.  It only lived a short time.  I worked for them after they went to keeping house in Bryan, Ohio.  I am 50 years of age have known my sister continuously since, and she becoming satisfied that her husband Martin S. Ryel was dead, she married Samuel Bash who is at this date [June 1904] still living in Goshen Ind.  
Mary Vansickle "   Stamped 27 Jun 1904


[Note: Indiana, Marriages:  Mary METZER was married to David Van Sycle (Vansickle).  They had at least two children:  Margaret and Delbert, both born in Bryan, OH.]

Leonard Myers of Goshen IN post office was deposed: "I was personally and well acquainted with Margaret S. Ryel and her husband Martin S. Ryel before his enlistment to serve in the war of the Rebellion.  I know that they lived together as husband and wife and were reputed as such in the community at Bryan Ohio where they [live] before he enlisted and went into the United States service from which he never returned.  It was and is believed that he fell into the hands of the rebels and was killed." [Stamped 27 June 1904]
[Note: Leonard Myers is living with Daniel and Mary Van SICKLE family in 1900 in Elkhart, Elkhart Co IN.  He was born <1855> in OH.]

Margaret Metsker Ryel remarried 6 Feb 1865 to Samuel BASH.  
Widow's Declaration for Pension paper was witnessed by Mattie PALMER and Lillen WINTERS.

Application rejected "on the ground that soldier deserted and is born as a deserter at large, and was never discharged from the army."  July 1904
Margaret Bash's address was 717 Emerson St, Goshen, Elkhart Co IN.

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1900 Census, 115 Wilson Ave, Goshen, Elkhart Co IN, Dwelling 133, Family 137:  Samuel BASH, age 64 OH, born Oct 1835, married 33 yrs, teamster,  parents born PA; Margrett, wife, age 53 OH, born May 1847, marrried 33 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, parents born PA.  

Indiana Death Index:  Margaret BASH died 1908, Goshen IN.  Age 55.  Born <1853>.  City Health Office, Goshen.  [She is buried at Oakridge Cemetery, Goshen, Elkhart Co IN.  See Find a Grave.

Meanwhile out in Iowa..........

Martin in Iowa.

At Soldiers and Sailors System the only Martin Ryel or Ryal, in either the Union or Confederate armies,  is the one in Co G 120th OVI.  

Find a Grave:  Martin S. RYEL buried at Beebe Cem [Smith Cem], Mantua, Monroe Co IA.  Died 7 Mar 1871.  Civil War vet.  No photo.  I have requested a photo.    

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 412, Cuba and Mantua Twp, Monroe Co IA, page 372:  Martin S RYAL, age 30 OH, farm laborer; Harriet M, age 23 OH; Eunice, age 1 IA.  [Iowa, County Marriages:  Martin S. RYEL married Harriet M BATES 16 Feb 1868 in Monroe, IA.]

This must be Martin's mother!
Julia died 24 Sep 1876.  Burial
Beebe Cem, Monroe Co IA.  Age 55 y 3m 12d
This must be Martin's brother:
Charles M RYEL died 6 Mar 1874.  29y 8m 3d Burial
Beebe Cem
, Monroe Co IA.

Iowa, County Marriages:  Danile L. McFADDEN married Hariet M. RILE on 10 Apr 1874 at Monroe Co IA.  He was age 23, born abt 1851.  Harriet was age 27, born abt 1847.  

1880 Census, Mantua, Monroe Co IA, Dwelling 208, Family 209:  Daniel McFADEN, age 29 OH, coal miner, father born OH; Harriet, age 32 OH, wife, father born NY, mother born CT; Unisriah, age 11 IA, daughter; Henry, son, age 9 IA; Ora, daughter, age 5 IA; Emergin [female], age 8 months IA, daughter, born Oct.  

1885 Iowa State Census, Mantua, Monroe Co IA, Dwelling 13, Family 13: Daniel McFADDEN, lot 10 Fairview, age ?35 OH, married, miner; Harriet M. McFADDEN, married, age 38 OH; Eunice RYLE, age 16, single house keeper; Henry RYLE, age 14, laborer; Ora A McFADDEN, age 10; Emergen McFADDEN [male], age 5.  Census didn't list birthplaces of children, must have been Iowa.  

?Marriage of daughter: Iowa, County Marriages:  Eunice A. RYEL married Arthur E. DODGE on 26 Jun 1886 at Monroe, Iowa.  Her age was 17, born <1869>.  His age was 24, born <1862>.

This might actually be Henry, but I can't see the original
 Death of son: Iowa, Deaths and Burials: Nervey G. RYEL died 6 May 1907 at Union Twp, [county not given], age 37, born 1870 in Iowa.  Single.  Father Martani RYEL (OH).  Mother Hannah BATES.  

 

SEIG, Elias    22 Aug 1862      SIEG
Elias, age 32,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father:   John SEIG
Mother:  
Lydia WARNER
Birth:  
30 Oct 1829 in PA
Marriage:  
Martha A. S. Breneman, 4 July 1860
Death:  
5 Mar 1915 at Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH
Cemetery: Bunker Hill Cemetery, Worthington Twp, Richland Co OH.
Elias and Mattie SIEG are buried at
Bunker Hill.  Also: Laura E. SIEG

Elias SIEG at Bunker Hill CemeteryPhoto Credit: Bill Miller at
Find a Grave
Pension Card:  Elias SIEG, Co G 120th OH Inf, Co G 114th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 17 Mar 1886, Application 566457; Certificate 373539  Widow, Martha A. SIEG, applied 11 Mar 1915, Application 1043.164; 792.619, filed in OH.  Elias died 5 Mar 1915 at Perrysville OH.  

1850 Census, Sugar Creek Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 425, Family 426:  Lydia SIEG, age 49 OH; John, age 23 OH, tailor; Henry, age 21 OH, tailor; Eli, age 18 OH; Sarah M, age 16 OH; Lydia J, age 14 OH; Cyrus, age 12 OH.  

1860 Census, have not found.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Elias SEIG's residence as Orrville.  
                                 
Wayne County OH Probate: Elias Seig married Martha A. S. Breneman, 4 July 1860.

1870 Census, have not found.

1880 Census Hanover, Ashland Co Ohio:  Elias Sieg age 51 born in PA, is a farmer.  His parents were also born PA.  Wife Martha Sieg age 40 born OH and her parents were born in PA.  Son John Seig age 17 born OH, single.  And daughter Lyda Seig age 14 born OH, single.

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Hanover, Ashland Co OH: Line 16, House 184, Family 184:  Elias SEIG, Private, Co G 120th OVI, Post Office Davis, Richland Co OH, disability: hernia and heart disease.

1900 reunion of the regiment:  Elias was listed as living in Perrysville which is in southern Ashland County OH west of Loudonville.

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1237, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 54:  Elias SIEG, age 70 PA,  born Oct 1829, married 40 yrs, farmer, parents born PA;  Martha, wife, age 59 OH, born Nov 1840,  married 40 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, parents born PA; ?Delfield ANDERSON, grandson, age 18 OH, born May 1882, day laborer, father born PA, mother born OH; Leroy ANDERSON, grandson, age 14 OH, born May 1886, father born PA, mother born OH.  [Note:  Laura SIEG was married to Lewis ANDERSON in Ashland Co OH, 17 Oct 1878.]

1910 Census, Series: T624  Roll: 1151, Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH, page 81:  Elias SIEG, age 80 PA, first marriage, married 49 yrs, farmer, parents born PA; Mattie, wife, age 69 OH, first marriage, married 49 yrs, 4 children/2 still living, parents born PA.  [column 30 marked UA for military service]

Ohio death index:  Elias Seig died 5 Mar 1915 in Ashland Co. OH

Death record in Ohio:  File # 12486, Elias SEIG died 5 Mar 1915 at Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Married, farmer.  Born 30 Oct 1829 in PA.  Parents John SEIG and Lydia WARNER, born PA.  Burial at Bunker Hill.  Informant John SEIG of Loudonville OH.  

Wife, Death record in Ohio:  File # 12440, Martha A SIEG died 10 Mar 1925 at Hanover Twp, Ashland Co OH.  Widowed.  Husband Elias SIEG.  Born 9 Nov 1840 in Wayne Co OH.  Parents Christian BRENNEMAN and HOOVER.  Burial Bunker Hill Cem.  Informant John SIEG of Loudonville OH.  

Ashland County CW Vets :  Elias SEIG buried Clear Fork Cemetery   [Note: death record says burial at Bunker Hill.]

SIMMONS, Henry    22 Aug 1862                                                                                              
Henry, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   He mustered out 31 May 1865 at Camp Dennison OH by order of the War department.

Father:  Michael SIMMONS
Mother:  Mary MILLER
Birth:  <1844>
Marriage:  
Death:   1866
Cemetery: Flag holder at Chestnut Hill Cem, Chippewa twp, Wayne Co OH;  But may be buried at Old Zion Lutheran Cem, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  
Wayne County burials book...in the section at the back of the book for additions and corrections:  Old Zion Lutheran Cemetery in Chippewa Township, Wayne Co OH Henry Simmons, 1866, age 22, son of M. & M.  This would be Doylestown Lutheran Church on north side of East Clinton St.  [no indication of military service in the book] 
________

1850 Census, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 285, Family 294:  Michl SIMMONS, age 36 Germany, farmer; Mary, age 31 OH; Sarah, age 11 OH; Susan, age 10 OH; Henry, age 8 OH; Saml, age 4 OH; John, age 18 OH.  [Possible parents' marriage:  Michael SIMMON married Mary MILLER on 21 Apr 1836 at Stark Co OH.]

1860 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH, page 366
Michael Simmons (49 France) a farmer, Mary (38 PA), Henry (17 OH) a farm hand, Samuel (14OH), John (11 OH), a boy Elies (7 OH). Louisa J. (5 OH), Flore E. (3 OH), Josiah (3 months OH), Margret Simmons (but may actually be spelled Simones here) (age 82 France).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Henry SIMMONS' residence as Chippewa.  
.

Wayne Co Graves Registration Cards book: [I believe this information is not correct.  Henry is being confused with his brother Samuel.] Henry Simmons of Co G 120th, address Wayne Co, died September 1888.  He was born in 1846.  He is buried at Chestnut Hill, Chippewa twp.  Wayne OH in Lot 1, Block 8, Grave 7.

Wayne County Cemetery Book:
Buried at Chestnut Hill in Chippewa Twp are: 

Michael Simmons, died 2 Dec 1901, age 80 yrs, 8 months, 5 dys
Mary M. his wife, died 8 Ap 1909
The book said that
Samuel died 9 Sept 1868, age 42 [Note: I saw this stone.  The year was read incorrectly.  It is 1888.  
This is Henry's brother.
 But Henry's military flag holder is attached to Samuel's stone.

Samuel Simmons graveHenry Simmons military flag holderPhoto Credit:  Susie Holderfield

Wayne County burials book...in the section at the back of the book for additions and corrections:
Old Zion Lutheran Cemetery in Chippewa Township, Wayne Co OH
Henry Simmons, 1866, age 22, son of M. & M.  [no indication of military service in the book]  I have not seen this stone.

Sister's death record:  Ohio, Deaths:  Flora A. LICKS born 4 Oct 1857 at Doylestown OH; father Michael SIMON born Germany, mother Mary MILLER born PA.  Spouse Conrad.   Died 24 Jul 1936 at Barberton, Summit, OH.  Widow.   Burial Doylestown.  Informant Verlie LICKS of Barberton OH.  

SMITH, John    19 Aug 1862     John L. SMITH
John, age 24,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He mustered out 7 July 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of the War Department.

Father:  John SMITH
Mother:  ?Isabell
Birth:  
1 Mar 1838, PA
Marriage:   1Sarah ETLING, 12 Mar 1868, Wayne Co OH
2Lena/Magdalene BECKER SMITH
Death:  
20 Mar 1909, Thompson Twp, Geauga Co OH
Cemetery: Thompson Cem., Geauga Co OH

Stone Photo Maple Grove Cem, Thompson, Geauga Co OH, John L. SMITH, Civil War.   Plot: Dec 145, Lot 1.  No dates given.  

Photo with permission of Sharon Thompson at Find a Grave.  

 Pension Index:  John L SMITH, G 114th and G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1889 Apr 5, Application 697783, Certificate 966832, filed in OH.  Widow, Lena SMITH, filed 1909 Apr 21, Application 918423, Certificate 690661, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  John died 20 Mar 1909.  Notations about Geo. H. SMITH Co E 18th U S Inf.  [Note: Widow married George H. SMITH.]

1850 Census, Paris Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 390, Family 396:  John SMITH,age 51 PA, cooper; Issabella, age 49 PA; Jane, age 21 PA; Catharine, age 18 PA; Issabella, age 17 PA; Caroline, age 14 PA; John, age 12 PA; Peter, age 9 PA; Jas., age 6 PA.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 364:  John SMITH, age 62 PA, cooper; Isabell, age 59 PA; John, age 20 PA, farm hand; Peter, age 18 PA, farm hand; James, age 15 PA.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John SMITH's residence as Chippewa.  

Wayne County Probate Court record:  John S. SMITH married Sarah ETLING on 12 Mar 1868 in Wayne Co OH.  

1870 Chippewa Twp., Wayne co OH page 89:  John Smith (32 PA) a farmer, Sarah (32 OH), also living there Elizabeth Boale (56 PA) and James Boale (19 OH) a farm laborer.

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1076, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 96:  John SMITH, age 41 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Sarah, wife, age 41 OH, parents born PA; Warren, son, age 9 OH; Orrin L, son, age 8 OH; Arthur, son, age 6 OH; Lucinda, daughter, age 4 OH; Wallace W CLARK, employee, age 20 OH, coal miner, parents born OH.  

Ohio Death Record:  Sarah SMITH died 19 Jan 1881, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Father ETTING.  Mother STEVENSON.  Age 42.  Married.  Born OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Thompson, Geauga Co OH:  LIne 33, House 194, Family 197:  John L. SMITH, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Post Office:  Thompson, OH.    Remarks:  in Rebel Prison.  

John married Lena BECKER SMITH, widow of Herbert SMITH
Ohio Marriage Record:  Delbert H. SMITH, age 24, married Julia E. STRONG on 11 Jan 1901 in Geauga Co OH.  His father was Herbert SMITH.  Mother Lena BECKER.  

1900 Census, Series T623  Roll: 1272, Thompson Twp, Geauga Co OH, page 146:  John SMITH, age 61 PA, born Mar 1839, married 19? yrs, Mfr Pr???, parents born PA; Lena, wife, age 51? OH, born Sep 1848, married 19? yrs, 10 children/9 still living, parents born PA; Arthur, son, age 26 OH, single, born Jun? 1874 father born PA, mother born OH, can't read occupation; Delbert H, son, age 24 OH, single, born Feb 1876, sawyer of lumber, father born PA, mother born OH; Carrie E, daughter, age 17 OH, born Dec 1882, father born PA, mother born OH; Bell J?, daughter, age 15 OH, born Apr 1885; John L, son, age 13 OH, born Dec 1886; Grace E, daughter, age 10 OH, born May 1890; Floid H, son, age 8 OH, born July 1891.  

Geauga County cemetery book:
Maple Grove Cemetery in Thompson, Thompson Township, Geauga county OH
0.2 miles west of state rt. 528 & Thompson Center on south side of Thompson Road
Section 145 Lot #1
John L. Smith 1838 - 1909 The book indicates that he was in Company G 120 OVI
his wife Lena 1848 - 1937

Death record in Ohio:  File # 13055, John L SMITH died 20 Mar 1909 at Thompson Twp, Geauga Co OH.  Born 1 Mar 1838 in PA.  Married.  Farmer.  Father John SMITH born PA.  Mother Isabel SYMES.  Burial Thompson.  Informant Arthur SMITH of Thompson RD 1 OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 16222,  Magdalene SMITH died 2 March 1937 at Chagrin Falls, Cuyahoga Co OH.  Widow.  Husband John L SMITH.  Born 11 Sep 1848 in Clinton, OH.  Parents Lewis BECKER and Elizabeth BAKER, born Germany.  Burial at Thompson.  Informant Floyd H SMITH.  

SPACHT, George    21 Aug 1862
George, age 31,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a Wagoner.  He was discharged 12 Ap 1863 at Smith's plantation Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father:  Joseph SPACHT
Mother:  
Birth:  30 Nov 1830, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   Elizabeth BROUSE
Death:   21 July 1892
Cemetery: Chestnut Hill Cem, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH
Relationship:  Brother in law of the BROUSE brothers of Co G, 120th OVI

Photo Credit:  Jerry Holderfield

George Spacht is buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery Section 7, Doylestown,Wayne county OH
He died 21 July 1892, age 61 years, 6 months, 26 days.
Elizabeth 1834-1929 is buried nearby.
Wayne Co Graves Registration Cards book: George Spacht of Co G 120th, address Doylestown OH.  He was born 30 Nov 1830 in Chippewa Twp OH.

Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:  George SPACHT died 10 Aug 1892 at Doylestown, Wayne Co OH,age 61 born <1831> in Chippewa Twp.  Married.  a mechanic.  

Pension Card:  George SPACHT, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 6 Feb 1889, Application 688421, Certificate 462053, filed in OH.  Widow, Elizabeth SPACHT, 29 June 1892, Application 555912, Certificate 355305, also filed in OH.  George died June 1892.  Can't find Pension Index with name of widow.

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 115, Family 116:  Jos. SPECK, age 46 PA, carpenter; Mary or Marg, age 60 PA; George, age 20 OH; Martin, age 17 OH, carpenter; Wm, age 14 OH carpenter; Jno, age 16 OH; Ruth, age 11 OH; Huldy, age 9 OH; Mary E, age 3 OH; Jacob, age 7 OH; Andrew, age one OH.  

Married Elizabeth BROUSE who was the sister of the BROUSE brothers of Co G.  

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 363:  George SPAKE, age 30 OH, carpenter; Elisabeth P?, age 25 OH; Mary S, age 4 MO?; Lucy A, age 3 MO.

Wayne County Cemetery book:  Mamie C. "Our Babe" daughter of George E., died 28 Mar 1868, age 1 year, 7 months, 2 days.

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1280, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 103:  George SPACHT, age 40 OH, shop laborer; Elizabeth, age 34 OH; Mary, age 15 MO; Adaline, age 13 MO; Emma, age 1 OH.  

1880 Census, Series: T9  Roll: 1076, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH, page 83:  George SPACHT, age 50 OH, carpenter, parents born PA; Elizabeth, wife, age 46 OH, parents born PA; Emma, daughter, age 11 OH.  

1890 Veterans Schedule, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH:  line 7, House 49, Family 50, George W. SPACHT, teamster, Co G 120th OVI, disability chronic diarrhea, post office Doylestown.

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 9476, Mrs Elizabeth SPACHT, of 511 10th St, NW, Canton, died 28 Jan 1929 in Canton, Stark Co OH.  Widow, husband George SPACHT.  Born 13 Oct 1834 in Wayne Co OH.  Her parents were John BROUSE and Harriet FREDERICK, born PA.  Burial Doylestown OH.  Informant Mrs. Mary BAYSINGER of Canton OH.  

SPITZER, John*    22 Aug 1862        
John, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   John died 31 Mar 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists John Spitzer as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.
Father: John SPITZER
Mother:  Catherine ????
Birth:  <1844> PA
Marriage:   no widow
Death:  
31 Mar 1863 at Milliken's Bend, LA
Cemetery: Vicksburg, MS  [not listed]

Pension index: John A. Spitzer, Co G 120tth OVI, mother Catharine A. Spitzer filed for his pension 8 Dec 1863, Application 40330, Certificate 89179.

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  J. A. SPITZER, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf., died 31 Mar 1863 at Hospital Millikens Bend LA.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

1850 Census, Wayne County OH, Chippewa Twp., Dwelling 243, Family 251:  John Spitzer (30),a farmer, listed with Cath (Catherine 29), Jno [John] age 5 PA, Abraham, age 3 PA, Jacob, age 1 PA. All born in PA. 

1860 census Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 368:  John Spitzer (40 PA) a carpenter, Catherine (41 PA), John (16 PA) lists occupation as "none", he is in school, George (12 PA), Mary E (6 OH).

Tree at Ancestry.com say that the soldier's grandparents were John and Susan:
1860 Census, Dublin, Huntingdon Co PA, Dwelling 72, Family 69:  John SPITSER, age 67 PA, Gentleman; Susan, age 69 PA; Mary, age 25 PA.  [Next to Dwelling 73, Family 70: Henry SPITSER age 41 PA, farmer; Catharine, age 41 PA; Daniel C, age 13 PA; John R, age 10 PA; Dafid H, age 8 PA; Hannah C. FOUST, age 16 PA; Andrew WELLCOSE?, age 13 PA; Amanda PARKER, age 23 PA.  

Father, John, deserted his wife and family and may have gone to California. See Pension papers below.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John SPITZER's residence as Chippewa.  

mother,1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 186, Family 194:  Catherine SPTIZER, age 51 PA; Mary E, age 17 OH, teaching school.  brother: 1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 281, Family 291: Abraham SPITZER, age 23 PA, farmer; Eliza, age 22 OH; Mary A, age 2 OH; George, age 9 months OH, born October; Mary DONER, age 66 OH.  
 

In 1880 soldier John Spitzer's mother Catherine [spelled Catheine in the census], age 61, was living with W.O. Hershey and his wife Mary E. Hershey and family in Chippewa Twp,Wayne Co OH.  She is listed as the mother-in-law of W.O. Hershey.  So W.O. must be the husband of the soldier's sister, Mary E,. listed in the 1860 census above. 
1880 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 25, Family 27:  W. O. HERSHEY, age 30 OH, miller, father born PA, mother born OH; Mary E. wife, age 27 OH, parents born PA; Elsie M, daughter, age 6 OH; Benjamin F, son, age 4 OH; George L, son, age 2 OH;
Catherine SPITZER, mother in law, age 61 PA, parents born PA.  

Not found in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Mother,
Catharina Spitzer, wife of John Spitzer, is buried Easton Memorial Cemetery, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co...died 11 May 1896.

Pension at fold3.com:

John A. SPITZER, Co G, died at Van Buren Hospital, Milliken's Bend Miss/LA on 31 Mar 1863 of chronic diarrhoea.  He left neither widow nor child.  
 Catherine Ann SPITZER mother of John A. SPITZER...........her post office was Easton OH.  Her husband "abandoned her in 1849, that soldier contributed to her support by giving her his wages - that in 1861 he gave for her support $40, and after enlistment $15."

3 Dec 1863 affidavit by Catherine Ann SPITZER:  "That she is the wife of John SPITZER who for the last five years has abandoned his family and has contributed nothing to the support of applicant and family since that time.  that she has not heard by letter or report from said John Spitzer.  that she cannot say that he is dead or living."

1866 affidavit by Daniel SPTIZER, brother of soldier's father John: "John Spitzer the husband of applicant [Catherine] deserted his family for the last eight years passed..."  When the husband left, Catharine was left with "household goods and a house and lot in the Valleye of Slankerville Wayne Co O. (P. O. Easton) in which applicant resides, which is worth and was worth at his desersion of his family the sum of $500...."

Affidavit dated 20 June 1866 of Mary A STAHL and T. J. McELHENIE, residents of Wayne Co and neighbors of Catharine Spitzer: "that she the said Catharine Spitzer was wholly dependent upon her sons for her support; that the said John A Spitzer deceased was the oldest of three sons, upon whom she mostly depended for her support.  that the husband of the said Catharine Spitzer and father of the said John A Spitzer deceased is probably still living, but long since abandoned the support of his family; that the said husband and father went to California in the month of March 1859, seven years ago, during which time the said Catharine Spitzer has not heard from her said husband except during the first year of his absence - And that her said husband has never sent her any money during the whole time of his absence, but has wholly abandoned the support and care of his family....."

SPRINGER, Franklin        15 Aug 1862  Benjamin Franklin SPRINGER
1st Sergt. SPRINGER, age 28, is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-1866 volume 8, page 260.  Discharged April 12 1863 at Smith's plantation, LA, on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father:  Joseph SPRINGER
Mother: Margaret SHALTO/SHATTO
Birth:  6 Nov 1830, Doylestown, Wayne Co OH
Marriage:   Mattie/Martha FALK, Summit Co OH
Death:   28 Jun 1904, Wadsworth, Medina Co OH
Cemetery:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Wadsworth, Medina Co OH

Pension Index:  Invalid applied 29 June 1891 for Sgt Franklin SPRINGER of Co G 120th OVI, Application 1,034,752, Certificate 763,617, filed in OH.    

Parents:  Ohio, County Marriages:  Joseph SPRINGER married Margaret SHALTO, 24 Dec 1829, Wayne Co OH.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 123, Family 124:  Jos SPRINGER, age 44 PA; Marg, age 44 PA; Benj F, age 19 OH; Mary, age 17 OH; Martha, age 15 OH; Thos B, age 13 OH; Myra, age 10 OH; Anthony W, age 8 OH; Commodere [m], age 5 OH; Jane, age one OH.  

1860 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne County, OH, page 363:  Joseph SPRINGER, age 55 PA, farmer; Margret, age 54 PA; Franklin, age 28 OH, farmer; Mary, age 25 OH, domestic; Martha, age 23 OH, domestic; Myra, age 20 OH, domestic; Stephen D, age 15 OH; June, age 11 OH; John ECKERD, age 20 Baden, Germany, servant.  [Note:  Wayne County Probate Court record:  Joseph SPRINGER married Margaret SHALTO (or SHATTO) on 24 Dec 1829 in Wayne Co OH.]

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1280, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 98:  Joseph SPRINGER, age 65 PA, retired; Margaret, age 64 PA; Franklin, age 38 OH, farmer; Martha, age 32 OH; Jane, age 21 OH.  

Summit County Probate Court record:  Franklin SPRINGER married Mattie FALK on 25 Jan 1872 in Summit Co OH.  Her second marriage.  

1880 Census, Series:  T9  Roll:  435, Wadsworth Twp, Medina Co OH, page 435:  Franklin SPRINGER, age 49 OH, farmer, father born PA, mother born OH; Martha, wife, age 37 OH, parents born PA; Frederick FALK, step son, age 12 OH, father born Baden, mother born OH.  

Martha died 22 Apr 1891.  Buried at Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit Co OH.  

1895 married again.  Ohio, County Marriages:  Frank SPRINGER married Mollie E. HARTMAN, 2 Apr 1895, Medina Co OH.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1302, Wadsworth Twp, Medina Co OH, page 174:  Franklin SPRINGER, age 69 OH, farmer, born Nov 1830, married 5 yrs, father born PA, mother born OH; Mollie, wife, age 54 MI, born Mar 1846, married 5 yrs, no children, father born OH, mother born NC.  

Ohio Deaths:  Frank SPRINGER died 28 Jun 1904 at Wadsworth, Medina Co OH, age 73.  Born 1831 at Doylestown, OH.  Farmer.  Married.  

SPRINGER, Norman*    15 Aug 1862
Norman, age 29,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   Norman died 1 Aug 1863 at Vicksburg, Mississippi.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Norman Springer as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss. in section L, grave 571.  [Old numbering system for the cemetery.]
Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1833>OH
Marriage:  
Death:  
1 Aug 1863, Vicksburg, MS
Cemetery:
Vicksburg National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Warrren County, Mississippi; Springer, Norman, d. 01 Aug 1863, Plot: L 6616, Pvt, Civil War, Co G 120th OH Inf
Photo Credit:  William Sanders at Find a Grave

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  running number 2014, Norman SPRINGER, Private, Co G 120th OH Inf, died 1 Aug 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: chronic diarrhoea.

 Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960: N SPRINGER, running number 2514,  Private, Co G 120th OVInf. died 1 Aug 1863.  Vicksburg old number L 571.
20 March 1868 on sheet: Original burial:  "One mile south of the southern boundary line of the corporation of Vicksburg.  Commencing at the point where the Warrenton Road (which is know as Washington street as it passes through Vicksburg) crosses the Vicksburg and Meridian Rail Road on the place known as Readings home place and one half mile south west of his (Mr. Readings) residence at the foot of the bluff in the bottom in rows of graves running north and south heads of the bodies towards the west."

National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962:  N. SPRINGER, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.    For original burial see William Edwards.   Brave at Vicksburg:  Sec L, Grave 6616.

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 185, Family 191:  Jacob YOUNKER, age 60 MD, farmer; Anna, age 65 PA; Cornelius, age 25 PA; Susannah, age 22 PA; Norman SPRINGER, age 19 OH.  

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 1051, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, page 366:  Norman SPRINGER, age 27 OH, coal miner.  He is living with the Cornelius and Elizabeth YONGKER? family.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Norman SPRINGER's residence as Chippewa.  

STANLEY, Martin J.     12 Aug 1862
Martin, age 25,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as 2nd Lieutenant.
He resigned 14 Mar 1863

Father: James STANLEY
Mother:  Mary Ann ROSENBORO
Birth:  15 Sep 1836 OH
Marriage:   1
Mehettabel JONES 20 Nov 1860, Ashland Co OH
2 Belle BATES on 13 Oct 1880 in Champaign Co OH.
Death:  
6 Mar 1915 at Toledo OH, Lucas Co OH
Cemetery:  Woodlawn, Toledo, Lucas Co OH.  419 472-2186  I called this cemetery and Martin is not buried there.  
Pension Index:  Martin J STANLEY, G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1892 Aug 8, Application 1125106, Certificate 859908, filed in OH.  There is also a card with a 1911 date on it.  Pension Card:  Martin died 6 Mar 1915 at Toledo OH.  

Martin's father had to die before July 1837, at which time his mother remarried.

 Since Martin and his brother Harmon were twin`s, this looks like the right family.  They were using the PICARD name for all the children, but some of them were STANLEYs.    
Ohio, County Marriages:  Mrs. Mary Ann STANLEY married John PICKARD, 4 Jul 1847 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  

The soldier's father had to be alive in <1836>
1850 Census, Congress, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 177?, Family 176: John PICKARD, age 48 unknown birthplace;
Mary, age 40 PA; Alvira, [female]age 18 OH; twin Martin, age 14 OH; twin Harmon, age 14; [male]Athermn, age 2 OH; Eliza, age 7 months OH; William ROSEBORO, age 90 Ireland.  [Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994:  Alvira STANLEY married G. W. WIGHT/WRIGHT on 9 Jul 1857 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.  1860 Census, Orange Twp, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 880, Family 856:  G. W. WRIGHT, age 32 VA, daguerrean; Alvira, aghe 26 OH; Alice J or I, age 1 OH.  Find a Grave: Alvira WRIGHT born 15 Jan 1833, died 26 Sep 1884, wife of G. W. WRIGHT, buried at Nova Cem, Ashland Co OH.]  

born <1836>1860 Census, Orange, Ashland Co OH, Dwelling 873, Family 849:  Mary A PICKARD, age 41 PA; Martin and Harman [twins] age 24 OH, hemp makers; Ithamer [male], age 11 OH; Jane, age 9 OH; Louisa, age 7 OH.  [Note: next door is Alvin STANLEY, age 29 OH, carpenter with his wife Mary J and two children.]

Ashland County database: Stanley, Martin J. married Mehettabel JONES 20 Nov 1860

Civil War Draft Registrations Records, June 1863, Canaan Twp, Wayne Co OH: Line 17, Martin J. STANLEY, age 26, white, harnessmaker, married, born OH, Lieut. 3 yrs, resigned.

born <1836>1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 1169, Ashland village, Ashland Co OH, page 740:  Martin J STANLEY, age 34 OH, commercial agent; Hettie J, age 30 OH; Lee [male], age 8 OH; Shirley [MALE], age 6 OH; Margaret TREACE, age 35 OH, domestic servant.

 [Note:  Hattie and Martin must have divorced.]

Stanley may have remarried in 1875.  

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 1047, Medina village, Medina Co OH, page 370:  Lee STANLEY, age 17 OH, parents born OH.....in school, living with Woodejek? Woodrye? and Nellie B HENDICKSON.  

Medina County Probate Court record:  Hettie J STANLEY married J. E. DRIESBACH on 26 May 1880 in Medina Co OH.  

Mehettbel JONES STANLEY's parents  1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 1047, June 12th, Medina village, Medina Co, OH, page 369:  Haynes JONES, age 72 MA, retired farmer, parents born MA; Mary, age 61 OH, wife, parents born VT.???; Elizabeth Van Devende, mother in law,  widow, age 85 VT, parents born VT.???; Hattie DRESBACH, daughter, married, age 40 OH, dress maker, father born MA, mother born OH;  Sherley STANLEY, grandson, age 15, works on ??bee fix fal., parents born OH.

Ohio, County Marriages:  Martin J. STANLEY married Belle BATES on 13 Oct 1880 in Champaign Co OH. [1880 Census, dated 8 June 1880, Mechanicsburg, Champaign Co OH, Dwelling 100, Family 104:  Thomas M. BATES, age 47 OH, servant; Jane E, wife, age 44 OH; Belle H, daughter, single, age 22 OH; Fred, son, single, age 19 OH.]  

Where was Martin  in 1880 Census?

Ohio, Deaths and Burials:  Bell STANLEY died 24 Aug 1886, age 29, born abt 1857 in OH.  Died at Mechanicsburg, Champaign Co OH.  Married.  

born <1832>1900 Census, 227 Tenth St, Toledo Ward 11, Lucas Co OH, Dwelling 46, Family 67:  Martin STANLEY, age 67 OH, born Sep 1832, widowed, married 25 yrs, father born OH, mother born NY, liquor dealer ; Minne B, daughter, age 17 OH, single, born July 1882, parents born OH.  

born <1837>1910 Census, 2710 Monroe St, Toledo Ward 7, Lucas, OH, Dwelling 111, Family 127:  Martin J. STANLEY, age 73 OH, widowed, father born OH, mother born PA, Propietor wholesale liquor Co Emp.;  Minnie B., daughter, age 27 OH, single; Harmon E. STANLEY, brother, age 73 OH, widowed, father born OH, mother born PA, own income.  In the same household were Forest and Ida M. SHELLABARGER.  Forest, age 47 OH, parents born OH.  Ida M., age 45 OH.  [Note: Minnie Belle STANLEY married Daniel Herbert HILL on 11 Dec 1915 at Lucas Co OH. Her father: Martin J. STANLEY.  Her mother: Belle BATES.]

Death Record:  File #16650, Martin J. STANLEY died 6 Mar 1915 at 27 Richarson Flats, Toledo, Lucas Co OH.  Widowed.  Retired.  Burial Woodlawn.  Informant Miss STANLEY of Toledo OH.

Martin and Belle had at least one child:
Ohio, County Marriages:  Minnie Belle STANLEY married Daniel Herbert HILL on 11 Dec 1915 at Lucas County OH.  Minnie was born in Mechanichsburg, OH.  Her father was Martin J. STANLEY.  Her mother was Belle BATES.  She was not previously married.

 Martin's brother Harmon......1900 Census, 215 4th St, Coshocton Village, Tuscarawas Twp, Coshocton Co OH,  Harmon E. STANLEY, age 62 OH, born Sep 1837, married 32 yrs,  parents born PA, clothier; Ella L,wife, age 51 OH, born June 1848, married 32 yrs, one child/one still living, father born PA, mother born NY; Dean F, son, age 24 OH, born June 1875, single, salesman of clothing.

In 1920 brother Hiram, age 83,  was in the Old Soldiers and Sailors Home in Erie Co OH.  At CW Soldiers and Sailors System he is listed in the 42 Regiment OH Infantry.]

Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1933:  Harmon E. STANLEY died 2 Jan 1922 at Sandusky, Erie Co OH.  Buried in OSOS Home [Old Soldiers home].  Widowed.  Salesman.  Age 85.  Born 15 Sep 1836 at Wayne Co OH.  Father James STANLEY, born OH.  Mother Mary ROSENBORO, born PA.  

STAUFFER, Martin*    9 Oct 1862   STAUFER
Martin, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a private.   Martin died 26 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Martin Stauffer as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss.

Father: ?Martin STAUFFER
Mother:  ?Peggy
Birth:  <1844>
Marriage:  
Death:  
26 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  
Vicksburg, MS[not listed]

Can not find pension index for Martin STAUFFER.  

Not in Registers of Deaths of Volunteers.

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

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

???? 1850 Census, Blue Ball, Lancaster Co PA, Dwelling 208, Family 212:  Geo. STAUFFER, age 53 PA, labourer; Elizabeth  [wife], age 51 PA; Margaret, age 12 PA; Martin, age 5 PA.  

??1850 Census, West Earl, Lancaster Co PA, Dwelling 213, Family 221:  Martin STAUFFER, age 48 PA, farmer; Peggy, age 46 PA; Susanna, age 22 PA; Menno[m], age 21 PA laborer; Maria, age 18 PA; Isaac, age 17 PA, laborer; Elizabeth, age 14 PA; John, age 11 PA; Lydia, age 8 PA; Martin, age 6 PA; Rebecca, age 2 PA.  

? check Susannah[Note: Rebecca STAUFFER, buried at Pleasantview Mennonite Church Cem, Stark Co OH, died 1 Oct 1855, daughter of M. and S.  At the same cemetery is Susannah STAUFFER, daughter of M. and S., age 9 months, 8 dys, died 16 Jul 1858.]

1860 Census, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 179, Family 179:  M. STAUFFER, age 60 PA, carpenter and farmer; Rebekah, age 55 PA; John, age 21 PA; Rebecca, age 12 PA.  
On the same census page:  Dwelling 177, Family 177: C ZIMMERMAN, age 33 PA, farmer; See?, [f], age 30 PA; Franklin, age 7 PA; Mary A, age 2 PA; Aaron, age 7? months OH; M STAUFFER, age 15 PA.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Martin STAUFFER's residence as Lawrence.  
 

STOCK, Richard    15 Aug 1862
Richard, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as a Corporal.   He was appointed 12 Ap 1863.  He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864. Mustered out 24 July 1865 at Galveston TX as supernumerary.
Father:  Richard STOCK
Mother:  Mary POLHAMUS
Birth:  
22 Jan 1842, OH
Marriage:   Emma STAIR,
16 Dec 1869, Summit co OH
Death:  
26 Oct 1911 at Akron, Summit Co OH
Cemetery:
Glendale Cem, Akron, Summit Co OH
  Burial Glendale Cem. [Note: Akron, Summit Co] Section 8 on cliffside.  

 Richard, 1842 - 1911 and Emma, his wife, 1850 - 1897

 Pension index: Richard Stock, K 114th, G 120th, unassigned 48th OH Inf.     Invalid pension, 11 Jun 1891, Application 1027411, Certificate 825754, filed in OH   attorney, C H Callahan.  Pension Card:  Richard died 1912 [sic].  

1850 Census, Norton Twp, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 2389, Family 2412:  Richard STOCK, age 35 England, farmer; Mary, age 36 PA; Richard Jr., age 8 OH; James, age 6 OH; Edward, age 4 OH; Freeman, age 2 OH; Charles O, age one month OH.

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 1039, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 169:  Richard STOCK, age 18 OH, blacksmith apprentice. .....living with the Aaron and Amelia BOLENDER family.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Richard STOCK's residence as Chippewa.

Ohio Marriages:  Richard STOCK[STACK] married Emma STAIR on 16 Dec 1869 at Summit co OH.

1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 1270, 2nd Ward Akron, Summit Co OH, page 47:  Richard STOCK, age 28 OH, blacksmith; Emma, age 19 OH; William H WARNER, age 23 PA; Anna M, age 22 PA.  

1880 Census, Akron, Summit County OH:  Richard STOCK, age 36 born in OH is a blacksmith.  His parents were born in PA.  Wife Emily age 27 born in OH.  Her father was born in Germany and mother in France.  Daughter Caroline B. Stock age 9 born in OH.  It says her father was born in Germany and her mother in France, [but I am thinking that this is a mistake.]

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Akron, Summit Co OH; Line 23, House 127, Family 144: Richard STOCK, Corporal, 48th OH Vol In.  Remarks:  broken bone in ankle.  

Emma died 1897.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 109, San Luis Obispo Twp, San Luis Obispo Co, CA, page 151:  Richard STOCK, age 57 OH, widowed, born Nov 1842, laborer, father born England, mother born PA.  

1910 Census, Series: T624 Roll: 1233, East Buchtel Ave, 2nd Ward Akron, Summit Co OH, page 126:  Evan E. MORSE, age 37 OH, first marriage, married 11 yrs, parents born Wales; Carrie S, wife, age 36 OH, first marriage, married 11 yrs, 0 children; Richard STOCK, father in law, age 67 OH, widowed, father born England, mother born PA, blacksmith shop.  [Ohio Death Record:  Carrie S. MORSE died 7 Mar 1947 at Akron, Summit Co OH.  Born 24 Sep 1870, Akron. Father Richard STOCK.  Mother Emma STAIR.  Spouse Evan E.]

Pension index: Richard Stock, K 114th, G 120th, unassigned 48th OH Inf.     Invalid pension, 11 Jun 1891 in OH   attorney, C H Callahan.  Pension Card:  Richard died 1912 [sic].  

Death record in Ohio:  File # 56188, Richard STOCK of 495 E. Buchtel, died 26 Oct 1911 at Akron, Summit Co OH.  Widowed, blacksmith.  Born 22 Jan 1842 in OH.  Father Richard STOCK, born England. Mother Mary POLHAMUS, born PA.  Burial Glendale Cem. [Note: Akron, Summit Co]  Informant Carl B STOCK of Akron OH.  [Note on mother's name: Summit County Probate Court record:  Richard STOCK married Mary PERHAMIS on 4 Mar 1841 in Summit Co OH.]

STORY, Francis    21 Nov 1863            Franklin STORY
Francis, age 23,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 262 as a Private.   He was transferred to Co. D[on roster] or K [on pension index] 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864. Transferred to Co D 48th OH 24 July 1865.[Franklin Story] Mustered out 25 Oct 1865. Discharged at Columbus OH 26 June 1866.
Father: Jakob STOERI
Mother:  
 Anna LIGLER
Birth:
Haetzingen on 14 Apr 1839
Marriage:  Katarina SCHULER,
28 June 1860 in Betschwanden, Switzerland
Death:   10 or 29 May 1893 at Lexington, Fayette Co KY
Cemetery:
 NOT at Marion National Cem. in Indiana.  NOT at St. James City Cem, Phelps Co IN.  

Pension Index:  Franklin STORY, Co D 48th and K 114th and G 120th OH Inf.
 Invalid pension filed in IN 22 Oct 1892, Application 1135455, no certificate.  Minor pension applied in MO 12 June 1893, Application 578353, Cerificate 428184.  
[Jacob Story was living in Phelps Co MO when he applied for the pension to support the sisters on 7 June 1893.]

Not in Headstones record.  

Thanks to Debbie Ferdetta for papers obtained from the National Archives!|
In pension papers:  On 28 June 1860 in Betschwanden, Switz., Franz STOERI, a tailor and son of Jakob STOERI and Anna LIGLER, married Katarina SCHULER.  Franz was born in Haetzingen on 14 Apr 1839 and was single.  Katarina was single, born 16 Feb 1841 and was the daughter of Fridolin SCHULER and R. MARIA.  

Franklin did not come to the US until after 6 Feb 1861.

1870 Census, have not found.  

1880 Census, Town of St James, Phelps Co MO, Dwelling 67, Family 72, page 330-331:  Frank STORI, age 41 Switzerland, tailor, parents born Switz.; Catherine, wife, age 39 Switzerland, parents born Switz.; Jacob, son, age 19 Switzerland, barber, parents born Switz.; Frank, son, age 10 IL, parents born Switz.; Mary A, age 9 months MO, born Aug 1879, daughter, parents born Switz.  

Did not find in 1890 Veterans Schedule.

Wife, Catherine, died 26 Mar 1887 and is buried at St. James City Cemetery, Phelps Co MO,  along with three unnamed children.  Soldier Franklin not listed.  
A-12-53-5 Story, Ann Schuler 1840 1887
A-12-53-6 Story, Child of Frank Story (1) Unknown Unknown Unknown
A-12-53-7 Story, Child of Frank Story (2) Unknown Unknown Unknown
A-12-53-8 Story, Child of Frank Story (3) Unknown Unknown Unknown
 
A-1-33-3 Story, John Jacob 1861 1942

Franklin died 10 May 1893 of pneumonia at St. Joseph's Hospital in Lexington, KY.   

Two daughters, Anna L. and Mary A. died as minors.  Their brother Jacob, the oldest of Franklin's children, was their guardian.  Mary Alice was born 18 Aug 1879.  Anna L. was born 15 Mar 1884.  
Son,
Benjamin Franklin STORY [wife Laura M.]died in Phelps Co MO on 24 June 1938, born 4 July 1869 in Greenville, [Bond Co] IL, buried at Asher Cem.     Son Jacob stated in pension letter that the two girls had been married when young.  Wife Catherine Story died 26 Mar 1887, buried at Saint James Cem, Phelps Co MO.

National Homes for Disabled Soldiers, 1866-1938: Marion Branch
Marion, Grant Co IN Franklin STORY, enlisted 1 Nov 1863 at Wooster O.  Co G 120th OH Inf., discharged 27 Nov 1864 transferred.  Co K 114th OH Inf., discharged 24 July 1865, transferred.  Co D 48th OH Inf., discharged 9 May 1866 at Galveston TX, services no longer required.  Private.  Born Switzerland.  Age 53.  Ht 5'8", dark complexion.  Could read and write.  Occupation: tailor.  Residence subsequent to discharge, Marion IN.  Widowed.  Nearest relative: Jacob STORY, St. James, Phelps Co, MO.  Date of admission 28 Nov. 1892.  Died 29 May 1893 at St. Josephs Hospital, Lexington, KY of pneumonia.  

Lexington and Fayette Co. Medical Society stated that Franklin Story died of pneumonia at St. Joseph's Hospital 10 May 1893 at Lexington KY.  According to pension paperwork, Franklin did apply for an invalid pension but did not live to complete the claim.

In 1900 Anna STORY, daughter of Francis, was living in a Masonic Home.  She was born Mar 1884.  

Death record of J. Jacob STORY, son of Frank STORY and Anna Katharine SCHULER.  Frank was born in Hatzingen, [Glarus Canton], Switzerland.  Anna was also born in Switzerland.  J. Jacob was born 6 Feb 1861 in Switzerland and died 17 Mar 1942 in St. Louis MO. [1930 Census, St Louis, St. Louis, MO:  Jacob STORY, age 69 Switz., lodging in what looks to be a boarding house. ]  John Jacob STORY is buried at Saint James Cemetery, Phelps Co, MO.

STOTTLER, Franklin    19 Aug 1862     John F STOTLER
Franklin, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 260 as 2nd Lieutenant.   He was appointed Sergeant from Corporal 18 Jan 1863 and to 1st Sergeant 12 Ap 1863.  He became a 2nd Lieutenant on 14 Mar 1863.  He resigned 12 July 1863.
Father: Emanuel STOTLER
Mother:  Eliza FRANKS
Birth:  13 Nov 1844
Marriage:   Caroline WHITMAN
Death:   7 Mar 1904.
Cemetery: St Peter and Paul Cem, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, OH
 Franklin Stotler was buried at St Peter and Paul Cem, Doylestown, Chippewa Twp, OH.  
Born 13 Nov 1844.  Died 7 Mar 1904.
Caroline, his wife, 1855 - 1945
He has a military stone in addition to the stone with his wife.  
Wayne County burials book: also Estella 1890-19__

Pension Index:  John F STOTLER, F 166th and G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1890 Sept 1, Application 924460, Certificate 900006, filed in OH.  Widow, Caroline STOTLER, filed 1904 Mar 14, Applicaton 801788, Certificate 572411, filed in OH.

1850 Census...have not found.

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1051, Emanuel STOTLAR, age 48 PA, farmer; Eliza, age 40 OH; John F, age 16 OH; Jacob, age 14 OH; William H, age 12 OH; Mary E, age 9 OH; Sherman B, age 7 OH; Charles E, age 3 OH; unnamed [male], age 2 months OH.  [Ohio Marriages...parents:  Emanuel STOTLER married Eliza FRANKS on 19 Apr 1842 at Wooster, Wayne Co OH.] [Note: Brothers Charles' and Jacob's death records lists parents as Emanuel  [Manuel] STOTLER and Eliza FRANKS.]

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1280, page 91:  Emauel STOTLER, age 57 PA, farmer; Eliza, age 49 OH;
Franklin, age 25 OH, farm laborer; Jacob, age 23 OH, carpenter laborer; Henry, age 22 OH, farm laborer; Ellen, age 18 OH; Sherman, age 15 OH, farm laborer; Charles, age 13 OH; Margaret, age 10 OH.  

1880 census Chippewa, Wayne County OH...the only Frank Stotler that fits was found living with his father and had apparently not been married yet at this point.:

Emanuel Stotler, age 68 born in PA, is a farmer.  His parents were born PA.  Wife Eliza age 60 born OH.  Her parents were born in PA.  Son Frank Stotler, age 35 born OH, is a bookkeeper and is listed as single.  His father was born in PA and his mother in OH.  Son Charles age 23 born in OH is a farm laborer.  Daughter Cora M. Stotler age 19 born in OH.  All the children were listed as single.

1884 marriage Caroline...[Ohio Marriages:  J. F. STAFTER/STABLER married Caroline WHITMAN on 27 Nov 1884 at Wayne Co OH.]

1890 Veterans Schedule, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH: Line 3, House 11, Family 12, Franklin J. STOTTLER, Second Lieutenant, Co G 120th OVI, disability chronic diarrhea, post office Doylestown, reinlisted as 100 day man five months.  

1900 Census, T623  Roll: 1331, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co, OH, page 78:  Frank STOTTLER, age 55 OH, born Nov 1844, married 15 yrs, no occupation listed, parents born OH; Caroline, wife, age 44 OH, born Oct 1855, married 15 yrs, 2 children/2 still living, father born OH, mother born France; Mary, daughter, age 15 OH, born May 1885; Estella, daughter, age 9 OH, born Mar 1891.   

Daughter Mary's Death record in Ohio: File # 28819, Mary RIES, of 413 E. South St, Akron, died 19 Apr 1937 at St. Thomas Hospital, Akron, Summit Co OH.  She was born 2 May 1885 in OH.  Married.  Parents were Frank J. STOTLER and Caroline WHITMAN, born OH.  Burial Doylestown.  Informant Harry W. RIES of 413 E. South St.
 
[Note: Family Search member: Mary Caroline STOTLER married Harry Willard RIES in 1901, Akron OH.  She was born 2 May 1885 in Doylestown and died 19 Apr 1937 in Akron.]

STRONG, Addison*    22 Aug 1862
Addison, age 30,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a private.   Addison died 13 Feb 1863 at St. Louis, Missouri.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Addison Strong as being buried in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery in St. Louis Missouri.  [He is not listed in that cemetery at Interment.net.]
Father:  
Mother:  
Birth:  <1832> Portage Co, OH
Marriage:   Nancy A./Anna SPIDLE/SPIDELL, 2 Jun 1853, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH  
Death:  
13 Feb 1863 at St. Louis, MO
Cemetery: Jefferson Barracks Cem, St. Louis MO  [not listed]

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  Adam STRONG, Private Co G 120th OH Inf. died 15 Feb 1863 at Small Pox General Hospital, St. Louis MO.  Cause: variola [smallpox]  

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

Pension index: Addison Strong of Company G 120th OVI 
Widow, Nancy A.,  filed for pension 18 May 1863, Application 21757, Certificate 26910.   Filing made for minor child 14 Mar 1871, Application 194.516, Certificate 150328....guardian William M. Cunningham [Note: in 1870 Cunningham was a justice of the peace in Akron] 

1850 Census.  have not found.

Ohio Marriages:  Addison STRONG married Anna SPIDLE, 2 Jun 1853, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH.  

1860 Census, Series: M653 Roll: 1039, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 155:  Addison STRONG, age 28 OH, engineer; Nancy, age 28 OH; John, age 6 OH; Deforest, age 4 OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Addison STRONG's residence as Chippewa.  

1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 1270, Franklin Twp, Summit Co OH, page 223:  Nancy STRONG, age 37 OH; DeForest, age 14 OH.

Summit County Probate Court record:  Nancy A. STRONG married Samuel SMITH on 25 Oct 1870 in Summit Co OH.  

1880 Census, Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 578, Family 589 :  Nancy A SMITH, age 48 OH, widow, parents born PA; Forest STRONG, age 25 OH, son, coal miner; Amanda STRONG, age 20 OH, daughter.

Divorced 8 Dec 1883

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Lawrence, Stark Co OH, Line 34, House 505, Family 530:  Nancy A. SMITH wife of Adison STRONG, Private, Co G 120 OVI, post office Canal Fulton, OH, died in service.  

1900 Census, Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 201, Family 208:  Nancy SMITH, age 66 OH, born Aug 1833, divorced, 4 children/one still living, parents born PA.  

1910 Census, Cherry st, Canal Fulton, Lawrence Twp, Stark Co OH, Dwelling 170, Family 173:  Nancy A. SMITH, widow, age 77 OH, 4 children/1 still living, parents born OH, no occupation.  

Lawrence Twp, Stark Co, Union Cem #3:  Row 2  Addison STRONG, son of Deforest STRONG, 1881 - 1883
DeForest STRONG, 1854 - 1900[soldier's son]
Josephine STRONG 1856 - 1936
Charles STRONG 1884
Nancy SMITH, 1832 - 1916
Canal Fulton is in Lawrence Twp.  

Pension at fold3.com:
 Addison STRONG died at St Louis MO of vareola [small pox]on 15 Feb 1863.  Enlisted at Doylestown OH.  
Description: Addison STRONG, Co G 120 OH Inf, age 30, 5'9.5" tall, dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, born Portage Co OH, occupation machinist.

Addison was sometimes referred to as "Ad" or Adam.  

Letter was written to Mrs. Nancy Strong, Clinton Ohio. from the smallpox hospital.  Apparently Nancy had written to them:
"Small Pox Genl Hospital, Saint Louis Mo. May 20" 1863
 Madam,
Yours of April 15" came duly to hand.  I feel sorry when I have to inform you that he died of small pox at the Hospital Feb. 15" 1863.  The Hodpital is situated on an Island in the Miss. River near St. Louis, and he was intered in the Grave Yard near the Hospital in as decent a manner as the nature of the disease would admit of.  He left no effects except some clothing, which owing to the nature of the disease is not allowed to be removed from the Hospital.
Hoping the above information may prove satisfactory as regards his death sc"|
I remain Very Rspectfully Yours
L. W. Adsun?, Act. asst. Surgeon U. S. A.
In charge St. Louis Small Pox General Hospital"

Widow, Nancy STRONG.  Resident of Summit co OH.  Married Addison on 4 June 1853.

Anna SPIDLE of Franklin Twp Summit Co OH, married Addison STRONG on 4 June 1853 by Justice of the Peace, H. Morawille [ or Marsemelle or Marawrith].  

Only one marriage for Addison.

Children:  Laura? C SPIDLE and Lydia BREITENSTEIN were present at their births.
John E. STRONG, born 12 Mar 1854
Forest N. STRONG, born 20 Nov 1855
Amanda F. STRONG, born 19 Aug 1860

Nancy was remarried 25 Oct 1870 at Summit Co OH to Samuel SMITH by Wm M. Cunningham, JP.    Divorced 8 Dec 1883.

Application for guardianship 20 Feb 1871:  William M. Cunningham, age 58, city of Akron, Summit Co OH.  for Forrest N. and Amanda F..  

Charles GRAMER of Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH, age 81, and Moses HEISER, of Canal Fulton, age 65, affidavits that Mrs. N. A. SMITH was again a widow.  This was in Feb 1915.  Nancy needed to be restored to her former pension.  Another paper refers to a decree and divorce.
Affidavit of Charles W. BREECE of Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH, age 75, 10 May 1915:  "I have been acquainted with Nancy A Smith since the year 1872 when she was a widow and was at time married to one Samuel Smith.  They resided here at Canal Fulton until about 1883.  She then obtained a divorce from said Samuel Smith and rented a house in the village here and has lived here ever since and every one knows her as Samuel Smith's widow.  Samutl Smith died in 1903 and she has never remarried since his decease.  He never served in any department of the military service of the Untited States."
Samuel Smith died near Canal Fulton OH 18 July 1903.  

Nancy owned a small tract of land near Canal Fulon, Lawrence Twp,  and rented it out for thirty dollars a year.  She also owned a small home in the village of Canal Fulton.  That paper was witnessed by Amanda F. GINTHER.  10 May 1915.

Nancy was born in Franklin Township, Summit Co OH on 8 Aug 1832.

Widow Nancy died 20 Nov 1916.

SWANGER, John W.    23 Jan 1864
John, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a Private.   He was forwarded to Tod Barracks, Columbus OH 2 Feb 1864.  No further record found.  [Is listed at CW Soldiers and Sailors System.]

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

Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865, June 1863:  John SWANGER, residence Sugar Creek Twp, Wayne Co OH, white, single, born OH, age 20, no former military service listed.

???US Army Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914: 1869-1870 number 1659, John SWANGER, where St. Louis, Mo, by Capt ?D'Isay, where born: Richland OH.  Age 29.  Teamster.  Hazel eyes, Black hair, Dark complexion.  Ht. 5'8.5".  2nd Cav 3rd Inf.  Deserted 10 Aug 1871, signed back up 18 Jun 1872 at John Brown; deserted again 11 Apr 1874.

TOBBIN, John    13 Aug 1862
John, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a private.   Transferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864. Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.[Tobin]    Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  

Is listed at CW Soldiers and Sailors System.

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

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John TOBBIN's residence as Wooster.  

WALTZ, Edward    18 Sept 1862                                                                                                 
Edward, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a private.  He was transferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Transferred to Co E, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Oct 1865.  
Father:Joel WALTZ
Mother:  Catherine BLILER
Birth:  19 Jan 1845 Doylestown OH
Marriage:  
Mary E. SHOWERS, 14 Aug 1873 in Putnam county OH
Death:   1 Feb 1920 at Swanton Twp, Lucas Co OH
Cemetery: Whitehouse Cem, Lucas Co, OH
Photo Credit: Daniel Drzewiecki at Find a Grave

Pension index:  Edward Waltz, Co G 120th OVI, Co K 114th, D & E 48th Oh Inf. Edward filed for an invalid pension 19 Jan 1892, Application 1089256, Certificate 830726, filed in OH.  His widow Mary E, filed for pension 20 Feb 1920, Application 1152874, Certificate 889354, filed in Ohio.  Pension Card:  Edward died 1 Feb 1920 at White House, OH.
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1850 census, Chippewa Twp Wayne co OH, pge 213:  Joel Waltz, age 25 OH, gunsmith; Catherine, age 25 PA; Edward, age 5 OH, Rosanna, age 3 OH; Jacob W. age 2 OH. [Summit County Probate Court record:  Joel WALTZ married Catharine BLYLER on 1 Jun 1843 in Summit Co OH.]

1860 Census, Series: M653  Roll: 1001, Brighton, Lorain Co OH, page 154:  Joel WALTZ, age 40 PA, farmer; Catherine, age 40 PA; Edward, age 13 OH; Rosa, age 12 OH; Wesley, age 11 OH; Eli, age 10 OH; Melvina, age 7 OH; Emma, age 2 OH; James STRONG, age 23 OH, laborer.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Edward WALTZ's residence as Chippewa.  

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1241, Wadsworth Twp, Medina Co OH, page 424:  Edward WALTZ, age 24 OH, miner lob. coal; Iodem? [female], age 19 OH.  [Note: Stark County Probate Court record:  Edward WALTZ married Lorodema KITTINGER on 25 Apr 1869 in Stark Co OH.]

Probate records show that Edward WALTZ married Mary E. SHOWERS, 14 Aug 1873 in Putnam county OH.

1880 census Belmore, Putnam County OH:  Edward WALTZ, age 34 born in OH is a laborer.  His parents were born in PA.  Mary E. age 20 born in OH.  Her father was born in OH and mother in PA.  Son Willie age 6 born OH. 

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Sylvania, Lucas Co OH:  Line 16, House 62, Family 63: Edward WALTZ, Private, Co D 48th OH Inf.   Post Office:  Sylvania, Lucas Co OH.  

1900 Census, Series: T623  Roll: 1334, South Grover st, Plain Twp, Wood Co OH, page 150:  Edward WALTZ, age 52 OH, born Jan 1848, married 27 yrs, machinist, parents born OH;  Mary E, wife, age 41 OH, born Nov 1858, married 27 yrs, 3 children/2 still living; Willis G, son, age 26 OH, born Jun 1873, single, machinist; Harry G, son, age 15 OH, born Jan 1885; Elizabeth [WALTZ], mother-in-law, age 66 PA, born Jan 1834, widow, 4 children/2 still living, parents born PA.  

1910 Census, Swanton Twp, Lucas County OH, Dwelling 155, Family 156: Edward WALTZ , age 64 OH, first marriage, married 38 yrs, general farmer, parents born PA, Column 30 marked UA for military service, parents born PA;  wife Mary, wife, age 52 OH, first marriage, married 38 yrs, 3 children/2 still living, father born OH, mother born PA;  Mother-in-law Elizabeth WALTZ, age 76 PA, widow, parents born PA.

Death record in Ohio:  File #  14608, Edward WALTZ died 1 Feb 1920 at Swanton Twp, Lucas Co OH.  Married.  Farmer.  Born 19 Jan 1845 Doylestown OH. Father Joel WALTZ, born OH.  Mother Catherine BLILER, born Akron OH.  Burial Whitehouse Cem [Whitehouse OH].  Informant Mary WALTZ of Whitehouse OH.  

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 67673, Mary Elizabeth WALTZ died 15 Dec 1924 at Whitehouse village, Lucas Co OH.  Widow.  Born 10 Nov 1859 in Bellmere, OH.  Father Andrew Jackson SHOWERS.  Mother Elizabeth FRANKS, born PA.  Burial Whitehouse OH.  Informant Mrs. Lillian CLARK of 1747 Linmore St, Toledo OH.  

WELCH, Elias  22 Aug 1862    Elias Benedict WELCH        
Elias, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a private.
He mustered out 15 May 1865 at Memphis Tennessee by order of the War Department.
Father:  Jonathan WELCH
Mother:  Pricilla NOWLAN/
NONAN
Birth:  21 March 1847, OH
Marriage:   1
Mary E. STATLER, 19 Aug 1875, Wayne Co OH
2Jessie M. KANEEN JAQUAY,
20 Oct 1904, Cuyahoga Co OH
Death:   17 May 1925 at Akron, Summit Co OH
Cemetery:  Lake View Cem, Cuyahoga Co OH
Relationship:  Brother of John WELCH, Co G 120th OVI
Photo Credit:  Jerry Holderfield
Lake View Cem.  
Elias [1847 - 1925] and Jessie [1858 - 1919], buried next to each other.

Pension Index: Elias WELCH, K 114th and G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid filed 1888 Feb 28, Application 642501, Certificate 891134, filed in OH.  Pension Card:  Elias died 17 May 1925 at E. Akron, OH.  

1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 191, Family 197:  Jno Welsh (34 PA) a farmer, Priscilla (38 OH), Cath (20 OH), Mary (17 OH), Jonathan (15 OH), Anna (13 OH),  Eliz (11 OH), Jno (9 OH), David (5 OH), Elas (2 OH), James (2 months OH).

1860 census Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH, page 364
Presila Welch (47 OH). Jonathan (24 OH) day laborer, Elisabeth Cleckner (21 OH), John Welch (18 OH) day laborer, David F. Welch (15 OH) farm hand, Eli Welch (13 OH), Jacob T Welch (10 OH), Rachel S. Welch (7 OH).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Elias WELCH's residence as Chippewa.  

Mother and sister:  1870 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 82, Family 85:  David LEPLY, age 56 PA, farmer; Mary, age 53 OH; Prescilla WELSH, age 56 OH; Susan WELSH, age 17 OH.  

Wayne County Probate Court records:  Elias WELCH married Mary E. STATLER on 19 Aug 1875 in Wayne Co OH.  

1880 Census, Series: T9 Roll: 1068, Sugar Creek Twp, Stark Co OH, page 414:  Elias WELCH, age 33 OH, coal miner, father born PA, mother born OH; Emma, wife, age 36 OH, parents born OH; Jasper E, son, age 3 months OH; Thomas KARNS?, age ??38 Ireland, coal miner, parents born Ireland.  

Clyde W. WELCH was born 31 Oct 1882 in Wadsworth OH, son of Elias.  

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Akron, Summit Co OH:  Line 10, House 88, Family 90:  Elias WELSH, Private, Co G 120 OH Inf.    Post Office:  Akron OH.  Disability:  rheumatism.  

1900 Census, have not found.

Ohio Marriages:  Elias WELCH, born Wayne Co OH, married Jessie Kaneen JAQUAY at Cuyahoga Co OH on 20 Oct 1904.  His father: John WELCH.  His mother: Priscilla NONAN.  Her father: Thomas KANEEN  Her mother: Emily CROSS  Bride's age: 43, born Cleveland OH.

1910 Census,  have not found.  

wife  Ohio Deaths:  Jessie M. WELCH died 18 Dec 1919 at East Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co OH.  born 25 May 1858 at Cleveland, OH.  Married.  Address: 1397 Hayden Ave.  Burial, Lake View Cem.  Father Thomas KANEEN, born England.  Mother born England.

1920 Census, Series: T625 Roll: 1374, Hayden Ave.  4th Ward East Cleveland City, Cuyahoga Co OH, page 247:  Elias WELCH, age 73 OH, widowed, carpenter school building, parents born PA; Daisy JAGURUS, step daughter, age 42 OH, divorced, father born NY, mother born OH.  

Daily Record, 19 May 1925, Page 1
Comrade Elias Welch Died Monday in Akron
  Elias Welch, former Doylestown resident, a comrade in the Civil War of Company G 120th regiment OVI, under Capt. J B Taylor, died in Akron on Monday and will be buried in Cleveland on Thursday, according to a letter received today by Capt. Taylor.
  Comrade Welch was elected president of the 120th regiment association last year and was to preside at the annual reunion in a few weeks in Smithville.
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Ohio Death index: Elias B. Welch died in Summit Co OH 17 May 1925.
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Cleveland Necrology file:
Elias B. Welch Died in Akron Sunday, 17 May 1925 at his son's residence. He was to be buried in Cleveland at Lake View Cemetery.

http://www.lakeviewcemetery.com/
http://www.lakeviewcemetery.com/lakeview.pdf

Death record in Ohio:  File # 31686, Elias Benedict WELCH, of 344 Welch Ave., died 17 May 1925 at Akron, Summit Co OH.  Widowed and retired.  Born 21 March 1847 in OH.  Father's name WELCH.  Burial Lakeview, Cleveland.  Informant Clyde W WELCH of 344 Welch Ave.  

Brother Jonathan's Death record in Ohio: File # 11331 Johnathan WELCH died 9 Feb 1910 at Edgerton village, Williams County OH.  Born 28 Dec 1834 in Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Laborer.  Parents Jonathan WELCH and Pricilla NOWLAN, born USA.  Burial Edgerton OH.  Informant Dollie STULLER of Edgerton OH.  

WELCH, John*   19 Aug 1862   
John, age 20,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a private. John died 30 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, Louisiana.   The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists John Welch as being buried at Vicksburg, Miss. [I can't find him listed there.]
Father:  Jonathan WELCH
Mother:  Pricilla NOWLAN/
NONAN
Birth:  <1841/2>OH
Marriage:   no widow
Death:  
30 Jan 1863 at Young's Point, LA
Cemetery:  
Vicksburg, MS [not listed]
Relationship:  Brother of Elias WELCH, Co G 120th OVI
 

Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865:  John WELSH, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf, died 30 Jan 1863 at Regimental Hospital.  Cause: none given.  

Pension Card:  John WELCH, Co G 120th OH Inf.  Mother applied 30 Dec 1863?, Application 41955; Certificate 110200.  Pension Index:  Mother Priscilla WELCH.
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F
or both John and Elias...
1850 Census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 191, Family 197:  
Jno Welsh (34 PA) a farmer, Priscilla (38 OH), Cath (20 OH), Mary (17 OH), Jonathan (15 OH), Anna (13 OH),  Eliz (11 OH), Jno (9 OH), David (5 OH), Elas (2 OH), James (2 months OH).

1860 census Chippewa Twp, Wayne co OH, page 364:  Presila Welch (47 OH). Jonathan (24 OH) day laborer, Elisabeth Cleckner (21 OH), John Welch (18 OH) day laborer, David F. Welch (15 OH) farm hand, Eli Welch (13 OH), Jacob T Welch (10 OH), Rachel T.? Welch (7 OH).

sister: Ohio, Marriages, 1800=1958:  Ann WELCH married Andrew SHAFER, 1 Jun 1861, Wayne Co OH.  

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed John WELCH's residence as Chippewa.  

mother: 1870 Census [July], Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH, Dwelling 82, Family 85:  David LEPLY, age 56 PA, farmer; Mary, age 53 OH; Presilla WELSH, age 56 OH; Susan WELSH, age 17 OH.  

mother:  Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958:  Priscilla WELCH married Michael COLBETZER, 4 Oct 1870, Wayne Co OH.  

1880 Census, Norton, Summit Co OH, Dwelling 52, Family 59:  Michael COLPETZER, age 73 PA, farmer, parents born PA; Priscilla, wife, age 67 PA, parents born PA; Susan WELSH, step daughter, single, age 33 PA, seamstress, parents born PA; Frank HILTON, age 5 OH, parents born OH; Edward HILTON, age 5 OH, parents born OH.  [No relationship was given for the HILTON twins.]

Priscilla may have died 1891/92....see Pension below.  

 Brother Jonathan's Death record in Ohio: File # 11331 Johnathan WELCH died 9 Feb 1910 at Edgerton village, Williams County OH.  Born 28 Dec 1834 in Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Laborer.  Parents Jonathan WELCH and Pricilla NOWLAN, born USA.  Burial Edgerton OH.  Informant Dollie STULLER of Edgerton OH.  

sister:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Susan SOURS died 18 Feb 1929 at Barberton, Summit Co OH.  Address 764 Van Buren.  Widow.  Born 6 Feb 1853 at Doylestown, OH. Burial High Church.  Father John WELCH born OH.  Mother Percilla NOLAN born PA.  

sister:  Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953:  Elizabeth CLECKNER died 4 Sep 1913 at Doylestown, Wayne Co OH.  Married.  Born 3 Nov 1839 at Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Burial Chestnut Hill Cem.  Father John WALSH, born PA.  Mother Persilla NOLAND, born OH.  [Spouse: Pimm T. CLECKNER]

 Pension at fold3.com:
John WELCH, Co G 120th OH Inf. left neither widow nor child.  Died of camp fever at Youngs Point LA on 31 Jan 1863.  Enrolled at Doylestown, Wayne co OH.  

Note of 23 Mar 1867 said that Pricilla WELCH was then living in Edgertan, Williams Co OH.  

Mother Priscilla WELCH.  DeKalb Co IN.  Post office: Jarvis, IN.  

Mother Prescilla KNOWLAN had married John WELCH on 14 Nov 1829, Wayne Co OH, by John Franks, J.P.    Father John WELCH died 27 Aug 1855.  Pricilla was left with a "family of small children and about 40 acres of land in which she had a dower or one third of the rents and profits.  Which yielded her about $20 per year."  This was when she was age 55 [1868].  This paper was signed in Wayne Co. by Andrew Shafer and Jonathan C. Welsh.  

Mother had received $125 bounty and back pay for son John Welsh.  And John had sent her $20 when he entered the service.

Andrew and Ann SHAFFER had been residents of Wayne Co OH....."that she [Pricilla] now is dependent upon her daughter and husband of her daughter for support. The Post office address of said Pricilla Welsh is now Jarvis Indiana..." Dated 3 Aug 1864 in Williams Co OH.

Priscilla remarried 4 Oct 1870 to CALBETZER or CALBETYER 

On 12 Dec 1891 in Wayne Co OH, Priscilla Culbetzer was resident of Doylestown.  Trying to renew pension. Witnesses were George SPACHT and Ida ANDREW.  The mayor was G W BARKHAMER.  

A letter was returned to the Pension Commission stating that Mrs. Priscilla COLBETZER had been dead for several months.  The Doylestown OH Post Master's note was dated 14 May 1892.

 

WHITE, Charles    20 Oct 1864  [for one year]   alias for Benjamin F. Motter [see pension papers]
Charles, age 19,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a private.   Transferred to Co. K 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864. Transferred to Co D, 48th OVI, 24 July 1865.  Mustered out 14 Feb 1866.  

If you look at the age on the 1880 census, he may have been only 16 when he joined the army.  This could be why he joined under an alias.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth:  <1848>OH
Marriage:  
Angelina SAMPLE, 19 Sep 1867, Williams Co OH
Death:  
17 Nov 1910, possibly in Alabama
Cemetery:
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It seems that Charles White was not his real name!

Two names Index to General Correspondence of the Pension Office, 1889-1904:  Dated 6 Jul 1892, B. F. MOTTER, Co G 120 ref OH I, Co D 114th OH and Co D 48th OH.  From "self."  Hays Mills, Limestone Co AL.   Amendment of record to show correct name:  Chas. WHITE.  

Pension index: Charles White Alias for Benjamin F. Motter....K 114th, Unassigned 120th, D 48th OH Inf.   Invalid pension:  18 July 1890, Application 855225, Certificate 1168941, filed  in Ohio  Attourney: R. L. Underwood  Pension Card:  Widow applied 9 Dec 1910, Application 954122, Certificate 742893, filed in Florida.  Benjamin died 17 Nov 1910.  

????I can't find Benjamin in 1850 and 1860.

Ohio, Marriages :  Williams County OH probate record: Benjamin F. Motter married Angelina SAMPLE, 19 Sep 1867

1870 Census, Series: M593  Roll: 1282, Springfield Twp, Williams Co OH, Dwelling 41, Family 41 :  Thomas MALTBY, age 23 England, farmer; Benjamin F MOTTER. age 22 OH, farmer; Angeline MOTTER, age 22 PA; Lilly A MOTTER, age 11 month OH, born July 1869; Josephine TEEPLE, age 18 OH, domestic servant.  

Ohio, Births and Christenings:  B. F. MOTTER and Angeline had daughter Milliccent, born 17 Oct 1870 at Williams Co OH.  

1880 Census German Twp, Fulton county OH, Dwelling 182 :  Benjamin MOTTER age 32 born OH is a farmer.  His father was born in Germany and his mother in PA.  Wife Anjalina age 32 born in PA.  Her parents were also born PA.  Daughter Millicent age 9 born OH.  Daughter Lenora age 3 born OH.  Daughter Carrie age 1 born OH.  [Note:  Daughter Millisent E. Matter RUCH, wife of Wm O RUCH, died in Ottowa, Putnam Co OH on 17 Dec 1933.  Born 17 Oct 1870 in Bryan, OH.  Buried in Ottowa OH.  Note: Ottowa is in Putnam Co.]

Index to General Correspondence of the Pension Office, 1889-1904:  Dated 6 Jul 1892, B. F. MOTTER, Co G 120 ref OH I, Co D 114th OH and Co D 48th OH.  From "self."  Hays Mills, Limestone Co AL.   Amendment of record to show correct name:  Chas. WHITE.  

1910 Census, Sand Springs pct, Limestone Co, Alabama, Dwelling 237, Family 242:  Benjamin F. MOTTER, age 64 OH, first marriage, married 42 yrs, father born Switzerland, mother born PA, farmer on general farm, NOT marked for military service; Angeline, wife, age 62 PA, first marriage, married 42 yrs, 6 children/4 still living, parents born PA.

Wife's Death record in Ohio:  File # 42, Angeline MOTTER, of So. Main, died 3 Jan 1914 at Lima, Allen Co OH.  Widow.  Born 1 Jan 1848 in PA.  Father was SAMPLE.  Mother was BERRYMAN.  Burial Ottowa OH.  Informant W. R. RUCH of Ottowa OH.  [Note: Ottowa is in Putnam Co.]  [Pomeroy Cem aka Ottawa Cem. Row 2, Angeline MOTTER born 31 Oct 1847 - 3 Jan 1914.....wife of B. F. MOTTER.]

Daughter's Death, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953:  Millisent E. MOTTER RUCH died 17 Dec 1933 at Ottowa, Putnam Co OH, age 63.  Married.  Born 17 Oct 1870 at Bryan, OH.  Burial, Ottowa, Putnam Co OH.  Father B. F. MOTTER born PA.  Mother Angeline SAMPLE born OH.  Spouse Wm O. RUCH.  

WILFORD, Enoch H.    21 Aug 1862                                             [Enoch Hansen WILLFORD or WILFORD]
Enoch, age 33,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a private. He was captured 3 May 1864 near Snaggy Point on the Red River in Louisiana.  He was transferred to Co. G. 114th OVI 27 Nov 1864.  Mustered out 11 Aug 1865 at Camp Chase OH by order of War Dept.
__________ [Thanks to researcher Debbie and her Willford relatives for contributing to the following information.]

Father:  Daniel WILFORD
Mother:  Catherine SWANGER
Birth:  <1829> [Rootsweb: 10 Apr 1828, Sugar Creek Twp, Wayne Co OH]
Marriage:   1
Mary McBRARRITY on 4 May 1851 in Wayne co OH
2Mary VANKIRK, 21 Jun 1866 in Wayne co OH

Death:   3 October 1907 in Medina County, OH
Cemetery:   Spring Grove Cemetery, Medina, Medina County OH
[Phtoto Credit:   Debbie and her fellow Willford researchers]
Cemetery PhotoEnoch is buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Medina, Medina County OH, on Route 18.  Enoch died 03 October 1907 in Medina County, OH
and was buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Medina, OH.

From the Medina Sentinel, Friday, October 4 1907:  Enoch H. Wilford died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wiley Huffman, Thursday morning.  He had been unconscious since Saturday, when he suffered a stroke of paralysis.  He leaves five sons and two daughters.  The funeral will be held Saturday, at ten o’clock at the house.

Pension index: Enoch H. Willford, Co G 120th, Co G 114th filed for invalid pension 27 July 1889, Application 720131, Certificate 865294, filed in OH.

1850 census, Sugar creek Twp. Wayne co OH page 159:  Daniel Wolford (45)PA, farmer, and Catharine (42)PA ; Enoch (21)OH, Sarah (22)OH, Jacob (18)OH, Mary (15)OH, Amanda (13)OH, and Catharine (2)OH.    [Enoch's parents were Daniel WILFORD and Catherine SWANGER.]

Enoch H. Wilford married Mary McBrarrity on 4 May 1851 in Wayne co OH .

There was a Willis Willard born in 1855 to Enoch and his first wife.

Family Search shows birth of Ella Elizabeth on 20 Dec 1857 in Medina County OH.  It shows her parents were Enock Hansen WILLFORD and Mary J. McBEATTY.  [Willford researcher, Debbie, lists her place of birth as Wayne County OH.]

1860 Census Baughman Twp, Wayne County OH, page 397:  Enoch WILLFORD, age 33 OH, day laborer;  Mary, age 25 PA;  Willie, age 4 OH;  Elisabeth E, age 3 OH;  Clarence O, age 2 months OH;  also living there was Levi BAKER, age 14 OH.  [See Levi BUKER in Company D]

Enoch's pension record confirmed that his first wife died 4 Dec 1861. He had 12 children, 6 with each wife.

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Enoch WILFORD's residence as Orrville.  

Enoch H Willford married Mary Vankirk, 21 Jun 1866 in Wayne co OH

Wayne probate records show this birth to parents Enoch Wilford and Mary ______ of Green township: 

Willard Reuben born 27 Jan 1868...........From researcher Debbie:  This child was born to Enoch and Mary VanKirk.  The baby died during its first year.

Family moved north to Medina county:
1870 Census Guilford Twp, Medina County OH, page 274:  Enoch WILFORD, age 41 OH, farm laborer;  Mary age 30 OH;  Elizabeth, age 12 OH;  Clarence, age 10 OH;  Agnes L, age 3 months, OH.  

1880 census LaFayette, Medina County Ohio:  E.H. Wilford age 52 born in OH is a farmer.  Both his parents were born in OH.  Wife Mary V. age 37 born OH.  Her parents were born OH.  Son Deransel age 7 born OH.  Daughter Agnes age 10 born OH.  Son Lee age 1 born OH.

1890 Veterans Schedule: LaFayette, Medina County OH:  Line 15, House 65, Family 66:  Enoch WILFORD, Pvt, Co G 120 OH Inf.    Post Office:  Medina, Medina Co OH.  

1900 Census, Montville Twp, Medina County OH, page 121:  This census is very hard to read, but clearly Enoch WILLFORD is listed, age 72 OH;  It does look like Mary is listed as his wife and a son is listed but is very difficult to read.

WILSON, Simon P.*    22 Aug 1862
Simon, age 18,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 263 as a private.  Simon died 29 Jan 1863 at Memphis, Tennessee.  The Roll of Honor in the back of the Roster book lists Simon as being interred at Memphis TN in the Mississippi River Cemetery.
Father:  Samuel WILSON
Mother:  Margaret WEYGANDT
Birth:  
24 June 1843
Marriage:  
Death:  
29 Jan 1863 at Memphis, TN
Cemetery:
Mississippi River Cemetery, Memphis TN [Memphis National Cemetery] not listed.

 Photo Credit: Jerry Holderfield
Simon's name is on a stone in St. Michael's Lutheran Cemetery, Section 3, , Baughman Twp, Wayne Co OH.  His parents were Samuel and Margaret.  
Wayne Co Graves Registration Cards book:   Simon P. Wilson of Co G 120th, died 29 Jan 1863 at Memphis TN.  He was born 24 June 1843.

Did not find in Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.

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

Not on National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

1850 Census for Chippewa Township Wayne County OH, page 247:  Samuel Wilson (age 35, born PA) a farmer.  Margaret (30 OH), Simon (6 OH) Mary A. (4 OH), Rebecca J. (1 OH).
[Note:  Wayne County Probate Court record:  Samuel WILSON married Margaret WEYGANDT on 24 Aug 1843 in Wayne Co OH.]

1860 census for Chippewa Township, Wayne Co OH, page 380:  Samuel Willson (46 PA) a farmer, Margaret (40 OH), Simon (15 OH) a farm hand and in school, Mary A (14 OH), Rebecca J (11 OH), Nancy E. (9 OH), John F (7 OH), Thomas?[Thomanse] PRATER (27 England) a tailor.  [Note:  Nancy Ellen ECKI born 3 Oct 1851 Wayne Co OH, died 22 Apr 1914 in Orrville.  Death record verifies father Samuel WILSON and mother Catherine WEYGANDT.]

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed S. P. WILSON's residence as Chippewa.  

Simon was on the list of "wounded and sick" in the Wooster Republican on 29 Jan 1863.  He was in No. 3 Hospital, Adam's Block, Memphis TN. [note: He was listed as J P Wilson of Company G, 120th]

YOST, William    13 Aug 1862  
William, age 52,
is listed in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers 1861-66 volume 8, page 261 as a Wagoner.  He was appointed 13 Ap 1863.  He was discharged 3 June 1864 at Morganzia, Louisiana on a Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Father:
Mother:  
Birth: 5 July 1811, Lancaster, Lancaster Co PA
Marriage:   Margaret BRENIZER
Death:   1 Feb 1895, Clinton, Summit Co OH
Cemetery: Canal Fulton Cem, Stark Co OH, Stark Co OH

Stone PhotoPhoto Credit: Carolyn McGuire at Find a Grave

83 yrs, 6 m, 27 dys.  
William is buried at Canal Fulton Cem, Canal Fulton, Stark Co OH.
See this page for information about William's wife, Margaret BRENIZER Yost:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/smithvilleplat2.html
William YOST born 5 July 1811, Lancaster PA.  Died 1 Feb 1895 at Clinton, Summit Co OH.  

Pension Card:  William YOST, Co. G 120th OH Inf.  Invalid applied 21 July 1890, Application 819937, Certificate 775074, filed in OH .  William died 2 Feb.  

1850 census, Green Twp, Wayne Co OH
William Yost (35 PA) "none" for occupation, Margaret (34 PA), Margaret (9 OH), Sarah (7 Oh). Catherine (5 OH), Ezra (2 OH), Amos (7 months OH).
Made move to Chippewa Township.

1860 census, Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH page 380
William Yost (48 PA) a farmer, Margret (47 PA), Rebecca (19 OH) a school teacher, Sarah (17 OH), a girl named Kessiah (15 OH), a boy named Esra [must be Ezra](12 OH),  Amos (10 OH), Perry (7 OH).

Wooster Republican, 1 Jan 1863:  Listed Wm YOST's residence as Chippewa.  

1870 census, Chippewa Twp. Wayne Co OH, page 90
William Yost (59 PA) a farmer, Margaret (57 PA), Rebecca (28 OH) teaching school, Sarah (26 OH) teaching school, (Catharine (24 OH), teaching school, William E.  (22 OH) farm laborer, Amos (19 OH) farm laborer, Perry (17 OH) farm laborer. 

1880 census Chippewa, Wayne County OH:
William Yost age 68 born PA is a farmer.  His parents were born in PA.  Wife Margaret age 67 born PA.  Her parents were born in PA.  Daughter Rebecca Yost age 38 born OH listed as single. She is a school teacher.  Daughter Catherine Yost age 34 born OH.  She is listed as single.  She is a school teacher.  Son Amos Yost age 30 born OH listed as single.  He is a farmer. 

1890 Veterans Schedule:  Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH:  Line 48, House 545, Family 558: William YOST, Pvt, Co G 120th OH Inf.   Post Office:  Clinton, Summit Co OH.  Disability: affected eyesight.  

Wooster Weekley Republican, Wednesday, 6 Feb 1895 page 3   
[died 1 Feb 1895]
William Yost, age 83 years, of Clinton, Summit county, died Feb. 1.  He was known to many residents of Wayne county, and especially to the veterans of the 120th Regt. O.V.I. of which he was a member.  He was an uncle of Mrs. Geo. W. Leyda.  The funeral took place Sunday.

Ohio Deaths:  Margaret YOST died 13 Jan 1897 at Chippewa Twp, Wayne Co OH.  Age 83.  Born <1814>PA.  Widow.  

 


 
 Sources
Please see Sources and Links at the Company H page.


Special Sources used for Company G

A monumental work : inscriptions and interments in Geauga County, Ohio through 1983 / Violet Warren, Jeannette Grosvenor.
 


Company G 120th OVI
 
Who died?
Who was captured?
Who was wounded?
Who made it through to the consolidation with the 114th OVI?
Baughman, Abraham
Beard, William
Boak, James T.
Bowman, Jacob
Brouse, Jacob of wounds
Clouse, George W.
Dague, Cyrus C.
Flickinger, Benjamin
Hamman, Daniel
Hill, August
Johns, Jacob
Link, Joseph
Lucas, Henry
McCrane, Cornelius
Mansfield, Abraham
Mills, Benjamin F.
Mutters, Michael
Spitzer, John
Springer, Norman
Stauffer, Martin
Strong, Addison
Welch, John
Wilson, Simon P.
Burkhimer, Benton
Burn, David
Cooper, Henry A.
Cooper, Henry F.
Dague, Gabriel C.
Detrick, George
Eaton, James
Eaton, William
Etling, Jefferson
Gochenhour, John
Golden, Thomas
Harney, John
Harvey, Peter M.
Jameson, William A.
Kissinger, Franklin
Ludwick, Samuel
Medsker, Enoch
Nooman, Martin
[Rigdon, John]
Seig, Elias
Smith, John
Wilford, Enoch H.

[All were captured at Snaggy Point on the Red River, Louisiana. 
See the
History Section.]

Heffleman, John C. captured at Arkansas Post

Brouse, Jacob
Detrick, Jacob
Gouter, Albert
Hoover, Samuel
Johnson, William
Marshall, Joseph
Cuddy, William
Dague, Thomas J.
Detrick, Jacob
Detrick, John
Garber, Samuel
Galehouse, Harvey H.
Grow, Alfred C
Hart, Patrick
Harris, Thomas M.
Harshey, Abraham
Hyatt, Miniah
Jackson, George
Jones, John
Lane, Harmon D.
McGlenn, Henry
McGee, Patrick
Marshall, Joseph
Nauman, Frederick
Pollock, James R.
Stock, Richard
Story, Francis
Tobbin, John
Waltz, Edward
White, Charles
Wilford, Enoch H.
The oldest soldier listed in this Roster was William Yost, age 52.
Gabriel C. Dague, died at age 94 in 1935.
William Jameson was still alive in 1938 age 94.



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