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remained there until the 29th of May, when it was ordered to the Eastern Shore of Maryland,
and distributed at different points. About the 4th of July the regiment was ordered to
Monocacy Junction, and on the evening of the 8th it took position on the extreme right of Gen-
eral Wallace's army, at the stone bridge, on the Baltimore and Frederick Pike. Early in the
forenoon of the 9th the regiment's skirmish-line was attacked, and the fight continued until late
in the evening, when the regiment was compelled to fall back, though not until the left of the
line had given way, and the regiment was nearly surrounded. When a retreat was ordered Gen-
eral Tyler, the brigade commander, directed the One Hundred and Forty-Ninth to hold the
bridge until the last extremity, in order to secure the safely of the army. As evidence of the
faithful manner in which the order was executed we quote the words of General Tyler, who, in a
letter to the publishers of this work, says: "No officer did his duty better than did Colonel
Brown, and no troops could have done more than did the men under his command in that une-
qual combat. It seldom falls to the lot of veterans to be more severely tried than were the Ohio
National Guard at the stone bridge, and none ever carried out trying and hazardous orders bet-
ter or with a more determined spirit than did the One Hundred and Forty-Ninth, and the men
associated with it." The regiment lost in killed and wounded about thirty, and in prisoners
over one hundred. A considerable number of these were recaptured the next day by General
Hunter's cavalry at Frederick; and some effected their escape while marching up the Shenan-
doah Valley; but when the regiment was mustered out there Were sixty -seven still in prison,
a considerable number of whom have since died.

After the battle of Monocacy the regiment was brigaded with the One Hundred and Forty-
Fourth Ohio and Third Maryland, under command of Brigadier-General Kelly, and took part
(with the Sixth and Nineteenth Corps) in the marches in Maryland and Virginia. Portions of
two companies were with the One Hundred and Forty-Fourth Ohio when it was attacked by
Moseby's guerrillas at Benyville, Virginia, August 13th. One man was wounded and a few
were captured. August 20, 1864, the regiment returned to Ohio and was mustered out.



One Hundred and Fiftieth Ohio Infantry. 681



150th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



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Lt. Colonel ....
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WM. II. ITAYWAKD..

John N. Frazkjk

J. Dwioht Pai.mkk

James W. Smith

ClIAIiLES V. DUTTON....
Jas. V. ARMSTRONG

Thomas Goodwii.lku ...
Hkiiman M. Ciiapi.n....

Thomas S. l'aildoek

John Nevins

Louis G. De Forrest ....

Jolm J. Wiseman

Joseph B. Molly ncaux.,

Jeremiah Ens worth

W. K. Nevins

Samuel II. Baird

Edwin Farr

Albert A. Safloid

Joseph M. RicBards



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lohn C Bull

Jason Can field

John G. Parsons

K«lw in Rouse

T. S. Lindsay

Frank Dutton

Jonas I 1 '. Rice

Henry L. Turner

George W. Tibbette....

Arthur II. Barrett

Marcus A. Ilanna

George W. Whitehead

Thomas A. Stowe

Charles J. McDowell .

II. E. Chuhh

Edwin Dennisou ,

John (i. Fitch

George W. Phiuuey....



MUSTERED.



May 5, 1S6*



150th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment rendezvoused at Camp Taylor, near Cleveland. It was composed of eight
companies from the City of Cleveland, one from Oberlin, and one from Independence.
It was, on the 5th of May, 1864, sworn into the United States service for one hundred
days, and was immediately placed on the cars for Washington City.

On its arrival the regiment was ordered to garrison Forts Lincoln, Saratoga, Thayer, Bunker
Hill, Slocum, Totten, and Stevens, forming part of the chain of fortifications surrounding the
National Capital. This important duty was fully and strictly performed, thereby enabling Gen-
eral Grant to draw from the former garrisons of these forts the re-enforcements so much desired
in his movement through the Wilderness toward Richmond.

The One Hundred and Fiftieth remained in these forts during the whole term of service, and
participated in the fight before Washington with a part of Early's Rebel corps, July 10 and 11,
1804. Companies G and K were engaged, but being behind breastworks did not suffer much.
One man was killed and three or four men were wounded.

The regiment was sent home and mustered out at Cleveland on the 23d of August, 1864,
having served one hundred and eleven days.

During its term of service the regiment was rigidly and effectively drilled, and at its muster-
out had reached a point of military efficiency which fitted it for any emergency.



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151st REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colonel

Lt. Colonel....

Major

Surgeon

Ass't Surgeon
Do.

Adjutant

Quart'rmast'r
Captain

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1st Lieutenant



JOHN M. C. MARBLE..

IvICHARD S. JU'i.llKS

John L. Williams

Wm. H. Harper

Augustus G. Holloway

J. K. Kelch

John A. Oolmns

JSamuf.l D. Chambers

Edward King

[William Huston

James L. Booth

James L. Smith

Samuel D. McKee

IJ. W. Patrick

Uriah Guess

Llohn Oaks ,

Joseph Chaney

G. M. Webb

Enos Foster



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George K. Truesdale..
Thomas J. Snodgrass

Frank McGinnis

John Jennings

W. E. Watkins

Manchester H. Duvul

James Johnson

G. W. Wiggins

Anthony B. Walker...

William Doming

William Hall

Lewis Mumaugh

James Ward

Amos Cribley

John Ditto

George G. Moore

Joshua Chileote

E. B. Clowe

Edward P. Strong



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151st REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment was formed by the consolidation of the Thirty-Third Regiment, Ohio
National Guard, and the Fifty-Seventh Battalion. The Thirty-Third was from Allen
County, and numbered eight companies. The Fifty-Seventh was from Hocking County,
and numbered six companies. On the 2d of May, 1864, the former rendezvoused at Camp Lima,
the latter at Camp Logan. Both were furloughed from May 4th to the 10th, when they again
rendezvoused as before. From these camps they moved to Camp Chase, where they were consoli-
dated and formed the One Hundred and Fifty-First Regiment. The Thirty-Third was reduced
to six companies, and the Fifty-Seventh to four, thus making a regiment of ten companies, which
numbered eight hundred and forty-six men, rank and file.

The regiment was equipped and mustered into service on the 13th of May. Early on the
morning of the following day it left Camp Chase for Washington, by way of the Ohio Central and
Baltimore and Ohio Railroads. It reached Martinsburg on the 17th, where it was detained on
account of high waters. It reached Washington on the 21st of May, and reported to General
Augur. It was immediately assigned to the Second Brigade of General Haskin's division,
Twenty-Second Army Corps. This brigade afterward became the First Brigade of General
Hardin's division, in which the regiment served its full term of service. The regiment was first
stationed at Forts Sumner, Mansfield, and Simmons. During the active operations of the Rebels
against Washington, on the 11th and 12th of July, the larger part of the regiment was under fire.
The picket-line was kept up by regular details from the One Hundred and Fifty-First. Several
of the companies were in the forts which were engaged in the battles. Companies C and G were
at Fort Stevens; company I was at Battery Smeade, and company K at Fort Kearney.

On the 17th of August orders were received to concentrate the regiment at Fort Sim-
mons. From this place the regiment moved, by way of Baltimore and Pittsburg, to Camp
Chase, where it arived on the 23d. It was mustered out on the 27th, and paid off on the 29th of
August, 1864.



One Hundred and Fifty-Second Ohio Infantry. 683



152d REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



EOSTEE, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



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May 8, 18M


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152d REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment consisted of the Twenty-Eighth and two companies of the Thirty-Fifth
Regiments Ohio National Guard. The two companies were from Clarke County. The
consolidation was made at Camp Dennison.

The One Hundred and Fifty-Second left Camp Dennison about the middle-of May, 1864. It
passed through Grafton, Virginia, and reaching New Creek, went into camp. Here it had guard
and picket-duty to perform — the former at the Government warehouse, the latter in the mount-
ains surrounding the camp. From New Creek the regiment marched to Marfinsburg, Virginia.
Here one hundred and fifty men of the regiment were detailed to appear without arms and with
one day's rations, at the head-quarters of the Chief-Engineer, for "spade-duty."

On the 4th of June the regiment started for the front with a train of one hundred and ninety-
nine wagons. It reached Beverly, Virginia, on the 27th of June, with a loss of one man killed,
having marched a distance of four hundred and thirty miles in twenty-three days. During this
march the regiment was twice attacked by the Rebels. The first attack was made on the rear-
guard, after the regiment had left Sweet Springs. It was immediately repulsed without any loss.
The second attack was made when the regiment was about six miles from White Sulphur. The
Rebel-s were one hundred and twenty-five in number, and were within fortifications. June 18th
the regiment destroyed a railroad bridge and depot, and about seventy-five stand of arms. On the
following day a detail of fifteen men proceeded to Grace Iron Works, and destroyed all the prop-
erty belonging to them. On June 21st, when about one mile from Sweet Springs, the train was
attacked by about eighty Rebels, who were secreted in the bushes on the hillside. When within
four days' march of Beverly supplies became scarce, and a few ears of corn were the rations
issued to the men. Having reached Beverly and rested a couple of days, the regiment started
for Cumberland, arriving on the 2d of July. From here detachments were sent to vaiious
points. Two hundred men were sent to North Branch, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; one
hundred to a point commanding a valley through which the Rebels would likely approach; and
a few to other points. They returned about the last of July to Cumberland, where they remained
until the regiment received orders to return home.

On the 14th of August, 1S64, seventy sick men of the regiment arrived at Camp Dennison.
On Thursday, the 25th of August, the One Hundred and Fifty-Second left Cumberland, Mary-
land, for Camp Dennison, and arrived there on the morning of the 28th. On the 2d of Septem-
ber the regiment was mustered out, and on the 5th received its final payment and discharge.



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153d REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colonel

Lt. Colonel ....

Major

Surgeon

Ass't Surgeon

Adjutant

Qnart'rmast i

Chaplain

Captain

1)0

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do.

Do

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1st Lieutenant



ISHAEL STOUGH

Marceli.us A. Leeds ..

Zedakiah South

John S. Combs ,

John O. Maiwi

Ebkn A. 1'akkeu

Chauli.s N. BuilWNING

Lucian Ci.auk

Thomas W. Rathbone.,

L. M. liiekmore

John McNeill

A. McNair, jr

James Mc Kinney

Harrison C. Cross

William Johusou

Daniel W.Stevens

S. W. Marsh

James W. Deem

John XV. Hunt



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h. XV. Frazier

W. K. Nichols

Ira B. Miller

Jacob Haines

Ezek.k-1 Blade

Amos Crane

J. F. Hill

Kdwin D. Titus

Win. I'ease

James I!. Johnson

XV. A. Krsmbes

.lames 11. Scott

John E. Lozton

Samuel Esterline .,
Oliver P. McAdani

Jerome Tice

W. A. Dallas

Daniel Kidd



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153d REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



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HIS regiment was organized at Camp Dennison, Ohio, with Israel Stough, of Spring-
field, Ohio, as its Colonel, on the 12th of May, 1S64. It left Camp Dennison at once
for Harper's Ferry, Virginia, with an aggregate strength of nine hundred and nine



The greater part of May and June was consumed by the regiment in performing guard-duty
at Harper's Ferry, and along the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. In the latter part
of June it was ordered to join General Butler's forces at Bermuda Hundred, and hold itself sub-
ject to his orders.

While in General Butler's department the regiment was engaged in guard and picket-duty,
and made itself very useful in that description of service.

A detachment of the regiment was engaged in an affair at North River Mills, on July 3,
1864, and lost several officers and men killed and wounded, including First-Lieutenant L. W.
Frazier.

The regiment was brought home in the latter part of July, and was paid off and mustered
out of the service at Camp Chase,



One Hundred and Fifty-Fourth Ohio Infantry. 685



154th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY -N. G.



.ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colon'-l

Lt. Colonel ....

Major

Surge-on

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8uait'nnast r
haplain

Captain

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

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1st Lieutenant



UOBERT STEVENSON.

Joskph E. Wilson

Wm. A. Neii.Ji-

Jkorgk Watt

Lkigh McOluno

.1. B. IIagan

A. L. Tkadkk

llOBKUT SIcCA-iSLIN

James IS. Cony

N. C. Miller

Alexander Swans ton

Henry B. Ruth lie

Joseph F. B-piick

Richard 11. King

John M. Seiss

Joel Arv

David Watson

Uriah Wilson

John J. Bering



MUSTERED.



May



1st Lieutenant

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Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

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2d Lieutenant

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.



J. II. Matthews

Jeilidiah Jones

(leorge C. Canfi-ld

Benjamin K. Barney.

Daniel McMill-n

D. \V. Williamson ....

Lucian Smith

Hartford Xoland

J. C. Emmiclc

Jasper W. Reed

Oscar Pool

Isaac Hamilton

Benjamin F. Deist....

John W. Tobias

Jesse H. Marshall

John F. Daugherty ...

James Thomas

li. Willoiighhy

G. W. Beall



MUSTERED.



154th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment was formed by consolidating the Twenty-Third Battalion Ohio National
Guard with the Sixtieth Regiment Ohio National Guard. It was organized at Camp
Dennison, and was mustered into the service on the 9th of May, 1864, with an aggre-
gate of eight hundred and forty-two men. The Colonel, Assistant-Surgeon, Quartermaster, sev-
eral of the line-officers, non-commissioned officers, and many of the privates had seen service in
other organizations.

On the 12th of May the regiment proceeded via Columbus and Bellaire to New Creek, West
Virginia, arriving on the evening of the 14th; the next day, in one of the most violent storms
of the season, it laid out its camp and pitched its tents. On the 22d company F was ordered to
Piedmont West Virginia, where it remained until the regiment started to Ohio for muster-out.
The One Hundred and Fifty-Fourth performed guard, picket, and escort-duty until the 29th, when
one company moved to Youghiogheny Bridge, and the remaining eight companies to Greenland
Gap. Scouting parties were out almost constantly, and on the 4th of June a detachment of the
regiment had a skirmish with McNeil's battalion near Moorefield, in which the Rebels were
defeated. About the 12th of June three hundred men from the One Hundred and Fifty-Fourth,
with a cavalry force, were engaged in a ten-days' scout. Skirmishing was frequent, but the
enemy kept so securely in the mountains that only three Rebel soldiers were captured in the ten
days. On the 23d another scout of one hundred men and a small cavalry force were ordered out
with three days' rations, but no enemy was discovered. On the 4th of July the regiment fell back
to New Creek, expecting an attack; but the enemy having retired, it returned again to Greenland
Gap, arriving on the 7th. Company H, until this time at Oakland, joined the regiment at New
Creek and returned with it to the Gap. On the 25th the regiment again fell back to New Creek,
and Greenland Gap ceased to be held as a military post. On the 4th of August the Rebels, under
McCausland and Bradley Johnson, attacked the force at New Creek, but at night they were com-
pelled to withdraw, leaving their killed and wounded on the field. On the 10th of August a
detachment of the One Hundred and Fifty-Fourth proceeded to Camp Chase in charge of pris-
oners, and remained there until the regiment returned to the State. On the evening of the 22d
the regiment started for Ohio, arriving at Camp Dennison on the 27th, where it was mustered
out of the service on the 1st of September, 1864.



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155th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colonel

Lt. Colonel ....

Major

Surgeon

Adjutant

Quart'rmast r

Chaplain

Captain

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HARLEY IT. SAGE

UoSWEI.I. Shurtlkff

Peter Lintz

II. S. S'l'ANSBL'KY

Thomas .1. Watkin

Joseph Wallace

Sahiuei. M. BRIGHT

T. J. Stephens

Christopher E. Meadsker

Henry s. I'etera

Frederick W. Wheislar ..

Will Seott

Philip Warn m-

Itichard 1$. Engle

J. 1). Mundll

Win. .1. Cochran

A.J. Boile

S. G. Davenport

Joseph B. Couch



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John B. Smith

AusustUfl B. Cornel!

William Graham

Cliauncey Scott

Leonidas Carson

J. M. Clark

Charles C. Evans

L. P. Whisler

J. T. Oliver

Thomas Brown

Van B. Pritchet

Justice M. Silliiuim..

William H. McUill...
Charles E. Silliinan..

Abraham Miller

Isaac Zarfrey

James M. Lewis

James Williams



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155th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THE Ninety-Second Eegirnent and the Forty-Fourth Battalion Ohio National Guard
were consolidated at Camp Dennison, forming the One Hundred and Fifty-Fifth Regi-
ment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. It was mustered into the service on the 8th of May,
and the next day it started for New Creek, West Virginia.

Upon arrival the regiment was ordered to Martinsburg, where it performed garrison and
escort-duty until the 3d of June, when it was ordered to Washington City. From there it pro-
ceeded to White House; thence to Bermuda Hundred, and thence to City Point, where it remained
until the 29th, when it was ordered to Norfolk. The regiment was placed on duty in an intrenched
camp near Norfolk. On the 2Gth of July five hundred men of the One Hundred and Fifty-Fifth,
with other troops (infantry and cavalry), marched to Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Here the
infantry was held in reserve, while the cavalry raided the country, securing cotton, tobacco, and
horses. The expedition returned to Norfolk, where the regiment remained until the 19th of
August, when it was ordered to Ohio for muster-out. It arrived at Camp Dennison on the 24th
of August, and was mustered out August 27, 1864.



One Hundred and Fifty-Sixth Ohio Infantry. 687



156th "REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTEK, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



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156th REGIMENT-NATIONAL GUARD.



|HIS regiment was organized at Camp Dennison on the 4th of May, 1864, by the con-
solidation of the Thirty-Fourth Regiment with the Eightieth and Eighty-First Bat-
talions, Ohio National Guard. The regiment was mustered into the United States
service with an aggregate of eight hundred and sixty-four men.

On the 20th of May companies A, B, C, D, E, F, and H proceeded to Cincinnati, where they
performed guard-duty, companies G, I, and K remaining at Camp Dennison on guard and
patrol-duty, until Morgan appeared in the vicinity of Cynthiana, Kentucky, when they were
sent to Falmouth, Kentucky. The seven companies remained on duty in Cincinnati until July
18th, when the entire regiment was brought together at Covington, and moved to Paris, Ken-
tucky. The regiment was soon ordered to Cumberland, Maryland, to resist the Rebel invasion ;
and, proceeding by way of Cincinnati and Parkersburg, it reached Cumberland on the 31st of
July, and went Into camp on the hill south-east of the city. On the 1st of August, at three
o'clock P. M., the regiment moved on the double-quick through the town, and out the Baltimore
Pike about three miles, near to Folck's mills, where it met the enemy under McCausland and
Bradley Johnson. The One Hundred and Fifty-Sixth, although exposed to a severe fire of artil-
lery and musketry, maintained itself well and sustained but slight loss. The engagement began
at four o'clock P. M. and ceased at nine o'clock P. M. The regiment lay on its arms at night,
but daylight showed that the enemy had retreated. General Kelley, in a letter to Colonel
Marker, complimented the regiment upon the steadiness of its line, and on the accuracy with
which it returned the fire of the enemy's sharp-shooters.

After this engagement the regiment remained on duty at and near Cumberland until the
26th of August, when it was ordered to Ohio for muster out. It was mustered out at Camp Den-
nison on the 1st of September, 1864.



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157th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colonel

Lt. Colonel....

Major

Burgeon

Ass't Surgeon

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GEORGE W. McCOOK

John Morrow

Wm. He u ron

Wm. M. Eamks

Thos. B. Eagle

B. II. Fisher

James Elliott

J. Stuart Lowe

wheeler Bu rsess

Wm. A. Walden ,

James II. Prentiss

Robert Bouls

Thomas A. Gamble

Alexander Smith

Hiram II. Cope

Edward Findlay

Jacob Everhart

Wm. B. Heed

James 31. Riley



mustered.



May



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