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June, 1865.

The One Hundred and Eighth was held in the highest esteem by brigade, division, and corps
commanders, for its prompt action, discipline, and fighting qualities. During most of its service
it belonged to the Second Brigade, Second Division, of the Fourteenth Corps. Its corps badge ia
the white acorn.



109th OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



The organization of the One Hundred and Ninth Ohio was begun but not completed.



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110th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



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DATE OF BANK.



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Wm. N. Foster

Otho H. Binkley

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Wm. S. McElwaine



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H. H. Bishop

A. W. Pinkerton

John W. Mack

Wm. H. Park

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Jamks Harvt.y

Lucius W. Chapman..

Milton J. Miller

Wm. D. Alexander

Jason Young

Nathan S. Mnith

U'ni. S. McElwaine

Wm. It. Moore

Aaron Spangler

Joseph C. Ullery

Joseph E. Snodgrass...

Luther Brown

Joseph B. Van Eaton..

Elias A. Shephard

Wm. L. Cron

Alexander Trimble

Charles M. Gross

Wm. A. Hathaway

John M. Smith

Joseph Mc Knight

Wm. D. Shellabarger

Henry H. Stevens

Wesley Devenney

George P. Boyer

Wm. !,. Shaw

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Thomas J. Weakley ,

John F. Sherer

Wm. H. Harry

Joseph B. Van Eaton

Albert M. Stark

Wm. L. Cron

Elias A. Shephard

Wm. L. Shaw

Wm. A. Orr

David Moore

Charles M. Gross

Henry Y. Rush

John Cannon

Wm. A. Hathaway

John M. Smith

Alexander Trimble

David Langs ton

Samuel Billings

James A. Fox

Joseph McK night

Thomas J. Weakley

George P. Buyer

Wm. D. Shellabarger

George W. Miller

Paris Homey

Darius H. Moon

Henry H. Hackett

Thomas S. Clark

Henry H. Stevens

Wesley Devenney

John F. Sherer

Joshua S. Deeters

J. Mills Conwell

George D. McMille.u

Wm. H. Harry

Wm. L. Robertson

Wm. A. Jones

John E. Miller

Robert W. Wiley

Edward D. Simes

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Resigned December 24, 1863.
/Brevet Colonel U. S. Volunteers October 19,
\ 1864; mustered out with regiment.
Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.
Killed May 5, 1864.
Brevet Lieut. Col. U. S. Volunteers October
19, 1864; mustered out wiih, regiment.
Resigned May 11, 1863.
Mustered out with regiment.
Promoted to Surgeon.
Honorably discharged April 20, 1864.

Resigned ; discharged August 20, 1SG4.

Commission returued.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Resigned November 24, 1863.

Resigned.

Mustered out with regiment.

Honorably discharged December 15, 1863.

Resigned December l.s, 1862.

Honorably discharged August 20, 1863.

Promoted to Major.

Died February 27, 1863.

Promoted to Major.

On detached duty.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out June 26, 1865.

Honorably discharged December 2*. 1864.

Honorably discharged March 13, 1865.

Honorably discharged as 1st Lieutenant.

Died of wounds October 4, 1864.

.Mustered out with regiment.

Killed July 9, 1864.

Died of wounds May 25, 1864.

Died of wounds as 1st Lieutenant May 25, '61.

Mustered out with regiment.

Killed in action April 2, 1865.

Died of wounds October 25, 1864.

.Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out June 26, 1866.

Mustered out May 15, 1865.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment as Adjutant.

Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out with regiment as Q. M.

Honorably discharged March 23, 1864.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned February 22, 1864.

Resigned November 25, 1862.

Promoted to Captain.

Discharged October 6, 1863.

Honorably discharged February 5, 1864.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned as 2d Lieutenant.

Declined.

Killed November 27, 1863.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned as 2d Lieutenant.

Died in prison at Charleston, S. C.

Resigned November 25, 1864.

Revoked.

Honorably discharged March 22, 1S64.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Died of wounds September 22, 1864.

Declined ; mustered out with reg't as 1st Lt.

Died of wounds August 21, 1S64.

Promoted to Captain.

Discharged as 2d Lieutenant November 2, 64.

Honorably discharged January 19, 1865.

May 6, '64, pris. war; mustered out withreg t.

Honorablv discharged May 15, 1S65.

Honorably discharged January 4, 1855.

Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out with regiment.



One Hundred and Tenth Ohio Infantry.



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David S. French

Erastus Lay ton

Amos Shawl

Dork W. Richardson

Milton If. Myers

Thomas J. Weakley

George P. Dover

Wm. D. Shcllabarger

Joseph McK night

Frank DeHaven

Alexander Trimble

George W. Miller

David Langs ton

Paris Homey

John M. Smith

James A. Fox

Darius H. Moon

Henry H. Hack, tt

Thomas S. Clark

John F. Sheier

Joshua S. Deeters

J. Mills (..'unwell

D. J. Martin

\V. H. Locke

George D. McMillen

W. L. Robertson

Wm. II. Harry

Win. A. Jones

John E. Miller

Robert W. Wiley

Edward D. Sillies

Elam Harter

Albeit A. Hubbard

Edward S. Dukeshire

David S. French

George W. Frank

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Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Discharged March 8, 1863.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Resigned April 18, 1864.
Resigned January 2, 1863.
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Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
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Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
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Honorably discharged January 4, 1S65.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
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Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Discharged March 1, 1865.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Mustered out with regiment.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Mustered out with regiment.



586 Ohio in the War.



110th OHIO VOLUOTEER INFAISTTRY.



THIS regiment was organized at Camp Piqua, Ohio, on the 3d of October, 1SG2.
On the 19th of October the regiment moved by railroad to Zanesville, thence by
steamer to Marietta, and from there by railroad to Parkersburg, Virginia. On the 3d
of November it moved to Clarksburg, where it remained until the 25th, and then took the cars
for New Creek, where it arrived the next day. Here it remained in camp, fortifying, drilling,
and performing guard and picket-duty until December 13th, when it marched via Burlington and
Petersburg to Moorfield, Virginia.

Three hundred men from the One Hundred and Tenth joined an expedition to move in the
direction of Winchester, Virginia, while the remainder of the regiment moved with another
expedition in the direction of Eomney. The main portion of the regiment arrived at Winches-
ter, without serious interruption, on the 1st of January, 1863, and joined the detachment which
had arrived a week previous. While at Winchester the regiment was assigned to the First Bri-
gade, Second Division, Eighth Army Corps, and companies A and D were detailed as provost-
guards. The regiment was employed in guard and picket-duty, in drilling, fortifying, and in
making raids and reconnoissances. At one time a detachment went to Front Royal and captured
a large amount of stores ; at another time a detachment proceeded to Summit Point, and other
places, dispersing bands of Rebels and destroying stores; and in the early part of May the regi-
ment marched to New Market and returned.

On the 13th of June the regiment was moved out to Kernstown, and engaged Lee's advance.
This was the first time the regiment was under fire, but it fought bravely, disputing every foot of
ground against a greatly superior force. On the morning of the 14th the One Hundred and
Tenth occupied a slight earthwork, about three-fourths of a mile from the main fort. In the
afternoon the enemy opened on it with twenty-six pieces of artillery, and advanced in strong
columns to the assault. The regiment held the works until it was driven out at the point of the
bayonet by an overwhelming force. It attempted to retire in the night but was met by the
enemy, and a two hours' engagement ensued, in which the regiment succeeded in cutting its way
through, and marched to Harper's Ferry. On the 16th of June the One Hundred and Tenth
crossed the river and encamped on Maryland Heights; on the 1st of July went by canal to
Georgetown, D. O, then to Tenallytown, then to Washington, and by railroad from there to
Frederick City, Maryland. At this place the regiment was assigned to the Second Brigade, Third
Division, Third Army Corps, Army of the Potomac. It marched in pursuit of Lee through Wil-
liamsport, Loudon, and Upperville, to Manassas Gap, where it skirmished with the enemy, and
finally reached Fox's Ford, on the Rappahannock, on the 1st of August. On the morning of the
15th the regiment left the Ford, took the cars at Bealton Station for Alexandria, and there embarked
on the steamship Mississippi for New York. The regiment camped for a while on Governor's
Island, and then moved to Carroll Park, South Brooklyn. Here the regiment was treated with
much kindness, and received many favors from the citizens of Brooklyn.

On the 6th of September the regiment returned ma Alexandria to Fox's Ford, and marched
from there to Culpepper, Virginia, in charge of an ammunition-train. On the 10th of October
it moved out to meet an attack, and remained under arms all night, and the next day marched
across the Hazell and Rappahannock Rivers, through Centerville, Biistow, Catlett's Station,
and at last reached and occupied the first line near the Rappahannock. On the 7th of November
the regiment crossed the river skirmishing with the enemy, and the next morning made a recon-



One Hundred and Tenth Ohio Infantry. 587

noissance and captured between thirty and forty prisoners. In the afternoon the One Hundred
and Tenth, in the advance of Brandy Station, was severely shelled by the artillery, and waa
the first to occupy the enemy's position. Upon breaking camp at Brandy Station, four companies
of the regiment were detached as train-guard, and the others took a prominent part in the battle
of Locust Grove, losing five killed and twenty wounded. The regiment returned to Brandy Sta-
tion December 3d, and occupied winter-quarters.

During the month of March, 1864, the One Hundred and Tenth became a part of the Second
Brigade, Third Division, Sixth Army Corps. On the 4th of May the regiment crossed the Rapi-
dan at Germania Ford, and the next day took a position on the extreme right of the National
line at the Wilderness. After brisk skirmishing it advanced to charge and drove the enemy to
their works. The regiment held its position till after dark, and only fell back when its ammuni-
tion was exhausted. The loss sustained was one officer killed and six wounded, and eighteen
men killed, eighty-two wounded, and eleven missing. The next day the One Hundred and Tenth
occupied the second line, but was much exposed to an artillery-fire. In the evening, the brigade
on the right being routed, the regiment fell back about a mile, and held the new position all day
on the 7th, and in the evening fell back through Chancellorsville to the vicinity of Spottsylvania
C. H. Here the regiment was engaged in fortifying and skirmishing until the 14th, when it
marched toward Spottsylvania, waded the Nye River after dark, and occupied the enemy's works,
from which they had been driven.

The One Hundred and Tenth was in several reconnoissances, almost constantly engaging
the enemy, marching via Guinea Station and Chesterfield Station, crossing the Pamunky and
throwing up fortifications on Dr. Palmer's farm. On the 1st of June the regiment was engaged
at Coal Arbor. In the assault on the Rebel works on the 3d, the regiment was in the front line,
and was ordered to continue the advance after the line halted, which it did, and held an
exposed position for two hours, when it was withdrawn. During the entire day the regiment waa
exposed to a heavy fire, losing one commissioned officer and four men killed and thirty-four men
wounded. On the 14th the regiment left the works, crossed the Cbickahominy, passed Charles
City C. H., and at Winona Landing embarked on the transport Star, landed at Point of Rocks,
and marched to Bermuda Hundred.

In the evening of the 19th it crossed the Appomattox, and -arrived near Petersburg. After
resting a day it marched to the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad, and charged the enemy's line,
driving it in ; and a few days later moved to the Petersburg and Weldon Railroad. On the 30th
of June the regiment commenced its return, and on the 2d of July occupied its former position
near Petersburg. It embarked on the transport City of Albany for Baltimore, where it arrived
on the 8th, and took the cars for Monocacy Junction.

It was placed in position on the south side of the Monocacy, and ordered to advance, which
it did against a destructive fire of artillery and musketry, the former coming obliquely from front
and rear and directly from the right. The regiment only fell back when it was pressed by over-
whelming numbers and when in imminent danger of annihilation. It retired to Ellicott's Mills,
where it arrived about noon on the 10th of July. In this engagement the regiment lost one officer
killed, four wounded, and two captured; three men killed, seventy wounded, and fifty missing.
On the 11th the regiment went to Baltimore and camped at Druid Hill Park until the 14th, when
it took the cars for Washington, and the day after marched through Tenallytown, waded the Po-
tomac near Edwards's Ferry, passed through Snicker's Gap to the Shenandoah, and skirmished
with the enemy. On the 20th the regiment crossed the Shenandoah, rested awhile, re-crossed the
river, marched all night and arrived at Washington again on the 23d. Three days later it broke
camp and marched through Hyatt's Town, Monocacy Junction, Frederick City, Maryland, and
Harper's Ferry to Healltown, arriving on the 29th, and on the 30th fell back through Harper's
Ferry to Frederick City, Maryland. On the 3d of August the One Hundred and Tenth resumed
the march through Buckeyston, across the Monocacy at Monocacy Mills, and then moved by cars
from Monocacy Junction to Bolivar and marched from theie to Healltown. On the morning of
the 10th it marched through Charlestown, Newtown, and Middletown, arriving at Cedar Creek on



688 Ohio in the War.

the 12th. Here it was engaged in several skirmishes, and on the 16th marched as train-guard to
Charlestown.

It fell back to Bolivar Heights, closely pursued by the enemy, but again advanced to Charles-
town, and on the 29th, in an engagement, completely routed the Rebels. On the 3d of September
the regiment marched to Clifton Farm and foitified. On the 19th it crossed the Opequan and
engaged in the battle of Winchester, charging the enemy three times and being among the first
to occupy the heights at Winchester. The regiment joined the pursuit of the Eebels, engaging
them at Fisher's Hill, capturing four pieces of artillery and one hundred prisoners. It again
pursued as far as Mount Crawford, and returned to Harper'6 Ferry. On the 6th of October it
moved to Strasburg, and from there to the vicinity of Front Royal. On the 13th it marched to
Ashby's Gap, and the next day returned and encamped at Cedar Creek. On the morning of the
19th, when the Eighth and Nineteenth Corps were driven back, the Sixth Corps, with the One
Hundred and Tenth Ohio in the front line, was formed to arrest the advancing Eebels. Frequent
stands were made, and in the final effort, which resulted in the Eebel rout, no regiment took a
more active part than the One Hundred and Tenth. It lost two officers wounded, one of whom
died in a few days after, five men killed and twenty-seven wounded, and one officer and one man
missing. In the evening the regiment occupied the camp from which it had been driven in the
morning, and continued to occupy it till November 9th, when it encamped one mile from Eerns-
town and built winter-quarters.

On the 3d of December it marched to Stebbins's Station, took cars for Washington, pro-
ceeded thence to City Point by steamer, took cars near midnight on the 6th, and arrived at the
front at daylight. It occupied the line east of the Weldon Eailroad and proceeded to build
winter-quarters. On the 9th of February, 1865, it took position between Forts Fisher and Welch
and again erected winter-quarters.

On the 25th of March the entire brigade assaulted the strongly-intrenched picket-line, and
after a second charge, under a severe fire, carried it, capturing a large number of prisoners and
small arms. An assault was made on the enemy's works before Petersburg on the 2d of April,
just before daybreak, and before it was fairly light the Sixth Corps was in possession of the forti-
fications and many prisoners and guns. The regiment pursued the enemy, routing him at Say-
lor's Creek, and continuing the pursuit until the surrender of Lee. The regiment marched to
Burksville Junction ; and on the 17th, at the presentation of captured flags to Major-General
Meade, the One Hundred and Tenth, having captured more flags than any regiment in the corps,
was selected as a guard of honor to escort them to General Meade's head-quarters. The regiment
proceeded to Eichmond, Virginia, and while passing through the city was reviewed by General
Halleck, and from there it marched to Washington City, where it was reviewed by the President
and Cabinet, at the Executive Mansion.

During its term of service the regiment was in twenty-one engagements, and sustained a loss
in killed, wounded, and missing, of seven hundred and ninety-five men. It was mustered out at
Washington City, on the 25th of June, 1865, and was discharged at Tod Barracks, Columbus,
Ohio.



One Hundred and Eleventh Ohio Infantry.



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111th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE



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JOHN R. BOND

ISAAC R.SHERWuOD....

B. \V. Johnson

JIoses R. Brailey

Isaac R. Sherwood

i'ltOMAS C. Noimis

Moses R. Brailey

Isaac R. Sherwood

Thomas C. Norris

Benj. F. Southworth

Henry J. McCord

Lyman A. Brewer ,

E. G. Clark

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D. H. Silver

John W. Mock

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John V. Beery

Thomas C. Norris

Albeit A. Archer.

lohn A. McGowen

Benj. F. Southworth

lohn E. Hill

Henry J. 5lcCord-

John W. Smith

John Yeager

D. W. H. Day

Win. H. Beal

Patrick H. Dowiing

George Van Blarcum

Daniel F. Waltz

Solomon Cullender

Benj. F. Hollister

Wm. Beery

Jeremiah Bowlin

Omar P. Norris

Wesley S. Thurston

Finfay Strong

Isaac R. Sherwood

Joseph H. Jennings

Wm. H. Beal

Rulus Bates

George Van Blarcum

Daniel V. Waltz

Solomon Cal lender

-Mordecai P. Bean

Patrick H. Dowiing

Daniel W. Poe

Joseph 0. Allen

Benj. F. Hollister

Henry T. Bissell

Wm. Beery

Omar P. Norris

George W. 51oore

Jeremiah Bowl in

Wesley S. Thurston

Sylvester S. Hoadley

Benj. B. Woodcox

Rudolph Williams

James R. Thompson

John T. Birdseye ,

James 51. Woodruft"

Leander R. Hutchinson

George B. McCord ,

Julius D. Bolles ,

Charles Baker

Fernando Bennett

Myron G. Brown

Isaac Kintigh

Charles French

Gustavus F. Smith

J. H. Cleland

Lewis Deinst

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Moses Dub lis

Samuel Smith

lohn H. Campbell

FUjah Car nes

Hiram H. Sleeks

George W. Moore

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