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James M. Starr

Nicholas Winters..
Win. L. Thompson
James M. Sinirral.

Wm. Winters ,

Thomas C. Ferrell.
Wm. Wesley King.



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157th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



TH E Thirty -Ninth Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Jefferson County, and the Eighty-
Eighth Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Carroll County, were consolidated at Camp
Chase on the 16th of May, 1864, forming the One Hundred and Fifty-Seventh Ohio
Volunteer Infantry. The regiment was mustered into the service on the same day, and on the
17th was ordered to report to General Wallace at Baltimore. It was assigned to General Tyler's
command ; and, after remaining in camp a few weeks, was ordered by the War Department to
Fort Delaware. During the remainder of its term of service the regiment performed guard-
duty over from twelve to fourteen thousand prisoners. At the expiration of its enlistment the'
regiment reported at Camp Chase, and was mustered out on the 2d of September, 1864.



158th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD



The organization of the One Hundred and Fifty-Eighth Ohio was begun, but not completed.



One Hundred and Fifty -Ninth Opiio Infantry. 689



159th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



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NAME.


MUSTERED.


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LYMAN J. JACKSON


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159th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THE Eleventh Ohio National Guard and one company of the Seventy-Third Battalion,
Ohio National Guard, formed the One Hundred and Fifty-Ninth Ohio Volunteer
Infantry. The consolidation and organization were completed on the morning of the
11th of May, 1864; equipments were issued, and the regiment left immediately for Harper's
Ferry.

It went into camp on Maryland Heights until the 17th, when it was ordered to report to
General Lew. Wallace, and by him was assigned to Brigadier-General Kenly's command. The
regiment camped near Camp Bradford, in the northern defenses of Baltimore. Four companies
were detailed on guard-duty at Camp Bradford. These companies remained on this duty during
their term of service. One company performed provost-guard duty in the city, another was
detailed at Patterson Park Hospital, and the remaining companies were detailed to guard
bridges on the Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore Railroad.- During the Rebel invasion
one hundred men in the regiment were mounted, and at Monocacy they conducted themselves so
gallantly that they won the official compliments of the General commanding. On the 12th of
July companies B, E, G, and I, of the One Hundred and Fifty-Ninth, with other troops, moved
on an expedition to Pikesville against a force of the enemy; but on reaching the town it was
found that the Rebels had escaped. On the 28th of July four companies of the regiment were
stationed at Havre de Grace in charge of the railroad at that point. On the 13th of August the
regiment was relieved from duty. It arrived at Zanesville on the 17th, and was mustered out
August 24, 1864.

Vol. II.— 44.



690



Ohio in the War.



160th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.— N. G.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



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NAME.


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MUSTERED.




CYRUS REASONER




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Jobn F. Ball


May 12, 18fi4




David W. D. Marsh


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Stewart Speer


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160th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment of One Hundred Day Men was mustered into the service at Zanesville,
Ohio, on May 12, 1864, and on the 13th was on board the cars en route for Harper's
Ferry. Its first duty was the guarding of a supply train to Martinsburg, intended for
General Sigel's army, then operating in that quarter of Virginia. On its return it was placed in
the First Brigade, First Division, of General Hunter's army, and on the morning of May 25th
moved with it to Woodstock, West Virginia. Thence it marched with General Hunter toward
the front, but was again detached and sent back to Martinsburg in charge of a supply train.
Reaching the vicinity of Middletown, it discovered that Mosby's guerrillas had made a dash on
another train in the rear. Colonel Reasoner, with a detachment of the One Hundred and Six-
tieth, marched to the aid of the train, and after a sharp fight with the enemy succeeded in saving
a large amount of Government property. In this affair the regiment killed fourteen Rebels and
wounded a large number. The Rebel loss would have been much greater, but for the fact that
they were dressed in the National uniform. The conduct of the One Hundred and Sixtietli
under fire was cool and determined. A number of the regiment were wounded, but none killed.
One of the men — Thomas Jackson — received three wounds during the fight.

From this time until the muster-out of the regimeut, it was subjected to almost continual
marching and counter-marching through the Shenandoah Valley, very often in charge of large
wagon-trains, on which Mosby's, and other Rebel bands of guerrillas, would make dashes. These
affairs, of course, involved much skirmishing, through all of which the regiment bore itself
handsomely. During most of its service it was without tents or camp equipage. Much of its
duty was performed about Harper's Ferry, where, for some time, it was compelled to lie in rifle-
pits, in momentary expectation of an attack from the enemy in overwhelming numbers.

Probably, of all the Ohio National Guard regiments, the One Hundred and Sixtieth car.
show the most continued active service in the field. On its retirement, its brigade commander,
Colonel Maulsby, issued a very complimentary special order, in which he said that "Both offi-
cers and men, whether on the march, or guard, or fatigue-duty, or picket, or under fire, have
performed every part of their duty with zeal and efficiency."

On August 25th, the regiment started for Ohio, and arrived in Zanesville on the 29th. On
September 7, 1864, it was paid and mustered out of the service.



One Hundred and Sixty-First Ohio Infantry. 691



161st REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



RANK.


NAME.


MUSTERED.


SANK.


NAME.


MUSTERED.




OLIVER P. TAYLOR


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161st REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIRST OHIO was composed of the
Seventieth Battalion, from Tuscarawas County ; the Forty-Third Battalion, from Mor-
gan County; the Ninety-Third Battalion, from Noble County, and one company of the
Fifty-Eighth Battalion, from Hancock County, all National Guards.

On the 9th of May the regiment was mustered into the United States service at Camp Chase
for the period of one hundred days, with an aggregate of eight hundred and fifty men.

The regiment was immediately ordered to Cumberland, Maryland, where it arrived at noon
on the 12th. On the 28th the regiment moved to Martinsburg, West Virginia, and on the 4th of
June companies A, B, D, F, and H, with other troops, were sent up the Shenandoah Valley with
a supply-train for Hunter's army, then supposed to be near Staunton. On reaching that place it
was found that Hunter had advanced ; but they finally overtook him at Lexington on the 11th.
They remained with the army until it arrived near Lynchburg, when, having turned over the
supplies, they were ordered back to Martinsburg. Encumbered by many sick and wounded, by a
train of over one hundred and fifty wagons and ambulances, by one hundred and fifty prisoners,
and by several hundred contrabands, they left the army on the 17th, and, with three days' rations
of crackers, started on the return-march through a hostile and mountainous country. They
reached Beverly on the 28th, and, after resting two days, proceeded to Webster, the entire distance
marched being nearly five hundred miles. From Webster they returned by rail to Martinsburg,
arriving on the 2d of July, and marched to Hainesville, where the remainder of the regiment was
encamped, in charge of a corral of one hundred and twenty-five teams and wagons. They arrived
in camp about eight o'clock in the evening ; and, before supper could be prepared, orders were
received for the regiment to return to Martinsburg.

It reached Martinsburg about daylight, and, after remaining in line of battle till eleven
o'clock A. M., it fell back through Shepperdstown and Sharpsburg to Maryland Heights. Early
on the 6th skirmishing commenced, and continued for two days, the One Hundred and Sixty-
First taking an active part all the time ; after which it went into position in Stone Fort. Sub-
sequently it assisted in defending Maryland Heights until the Rebels were driven from the Shen-
andoah. On the 25th of August it was ordered to Ohio, and on the 2d of September, 1864, was
mustered out at Camp Chase.



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162d REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



HOSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colonel

Lt. Colonel ....

Major

Surgeon

Asi't Surgeon
Do.

Adjutant

Quart'rniast r

Chaplain

Captain

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

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EPHRAIM BALL

J AS. E. DOUGHERTY

Benj. A. Whiteleather ...

1). A. Mouse

Thos. H. Whittakkr

David H. Miller

Chas. A. Leiter

John B. Wert

Levi L. Keagle

Edwin Bayliss

M. G. Huntington

Homer J. Ball ;

George P. Davis

Hiram H. Housel .'.

Jacob Flora

Reuben J. Youtz

James Michener

John F. May :

Win. IS. Rainey



May



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1st Lieutenant

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Thomas H. Russell
Edward Cavanagh.
Seraphim Shively ..
G'-o r'_;e Macamer....
William Williams..
Richard E. 'Wilson.
Henry R. Bennett..
Aaron B. Beams ....

Win. A. Work

Samuel C. Bowman
James F. Williams
Wm. Kingsworth...
Hiram Hostetter....

Reuben Schick

Leonard Stands

Samuel S. Witmer..
Alpheus Hamilton.

James Davis

Thomas D. Sanders



MUSTERED.



May 20, 186»

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162d REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment, with the exception of one company from Brown County, was composed
of men from Stark County. A large proportion of them were men of wealth, and
many of them were farmers in good circumstances The regiment was mustered into
the United States service in May, 1864, at Camp Chase, when companies A, C, F, and K were
assigned to duty at Tod Barracks, near Columbus, and the remaining companies were assigned
to duty at Camp Chase, where they remained until they were ordered into Kentucky to assist in
repelling John Morgan.

The regiment arrived in Covington the day after Morgan's defeat at Cynthiana. Several of
the companies were placed on duty in and around Covington, and the remainder of the regiment
moved down the river to Carrollton, which was threatened by Moses Webster's men. Two com-
panies were mounted, and the country was scoured for ten or twelve miles, but Webster and his
men could not be found. After remaining in Carrollton a few days the companies returned to
Covington, and performed post-duty. They recruited the One Hundred and Seventeenth Regi-
ment United States Colored Infantry, and were frequently called upon to arrest prominent Rebels
in that part of the State. The regiment was mustered out of the service at Camp Chase on the
4th of September, 1864.



One Hundred and Sixty-Third Ohio Infantry. 693



163d REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



MUSTEBED.



Colonel

Lt. Colonel....

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Surgeon

Ass t Surgeon
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Quart'rmast'r

Chaplain

Captain

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HIRAM MILLER

John Dempsey

Aaron S. Campbell

Alex. Sutherland

Jas. 0. Caktf.r

David C McMillen

Andrew M. Bckns

Samuel L. Xash

Samuel D. Bates

Rufus L. Avery

Thomas H. Logan

Win. W. L'ocklev

Jacob M. Leedy

Wni. F. Curtis

John Saltsgaher

R. P. Osboru

Wells Rogers

J. K. Remley

Wm. M. Johnston

Wm. B. Ximan



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Joseph Cracraft

Wesley Cashell

Milo E. St"arns

Joseph H. Brown

George W. Ballou....
Charles W. Kahlo....
Andrew Thompson..

Carpus C. Funk

John H. Hamaker ...

John Kern

David P. Miller

John Spade

Heury C. McClure ...

Peter Starrett

Frederick Dennis ....

Heury E. Carey

James M. First

Isaiah Mowry

Timothy C. Putnam



May



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163d REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment was composed of the Forty-Eighth Regiment, Ohio National Guard, of
Richland County; the Seventy -Second Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Henry
County ; the Ninety-Sixth Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Ashland County, and
the Ninety-Ninth Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Stark County. The regiment was mus-
tered into the United States service at Camp Chase, Ohio, on the 12th of May, 1864, and on the
13th it proceeded to Washington City, under orders from General Heintzelman, commanding the
Department of the Ohio.

Upon arrival at "Washington the regiment was assigned to the First Brigade, First Division,
Twenty-Second Army Corps, with head-quarters at Fort Reno, District of Columbia. The regi-
ment remained here on duty until the 8th of June, when it was ordered to the front, and pro-
ceeded in transports to "White House, Virginia, and thence to Bermuda Hundred. It reported
to General Butler, at Point of Rocks, Virginia, on the 12th of June, and on the 14th took part
(with General Turner's division) in a reconnoissanee on the Petersburg and Richmond Railroad.
Two hundred and fifty of the men were engaged in a severe skirmish on the loth and were
highly complimented by the brigade commander, who said: "They comported themselves like
veterans." On the 16th the regiment proceeded to Wilson's Landing, and from that point made
several reconnoissances to the west side of the James. It also assisted in building a large portion
of the works known as Fort Pocahontas. On the 29th of August the regiment was relieved from
duty, and proceeded to Columbus, Ohio, where it was mustered out September 10, 1864.



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164th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



EOSTEB, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colonel

M. Colonel....

Major

Surgeon

Ass't Surgeon

Do.
Adjutant

Bnart'rmast'r
haplain

Captain

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1st Lieutenant



JOHN C. LEE

Augustus S. Bement.
Michael Suluvan....

Robert W. Hales ,

George 8. Yingling..
John F. Shufneu ....
Charles B. Bernard
azariah 0. 15aker....

John Peate

Nelson L. Brewer

Benjamin 51. Gibson..

Wm. M. Miller ,

Norman S. Keller

Abraham Ash

Wm. L. Everit

Andrew V. Shet telly .
Darius F. Hunsberger

It. Aleott

Wilson J. Crissel

Joseph McAdoo



MUSTERED.



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Edward Ancle

John Foster

Francis H. Wright..

Martin Klotz

Daniel W. Storer

John Stevens

Norman D. Egbert..

Charles Olmsted

Herbert G. Ugden....

Edward Lepper

Samuel Baker

Hugh MeKibben

Thomas E. Strong...

George Ilartsock

Charles K. Howe

Levi B. Reed

Daniel J. Mottinger

John Noble

Thomas Smith



MUSTERED.



May 11, 18M



164th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment was composed of the Forty-Ninth Regiment, Ohio National Guard, of
Seneca County, and the Fifty-Fourth Battalion, Ohio National Guard, of Summit
County. The consolidation was effected at Camp Taylor, near Cleveland, on the 6th
of May, 1864, and the regiment was mustered into the service on the 11th. On the 14th the
regiment left Cleveland, and proceeding via Dunkirk, Elniira, Harrisburg, and Baltimore,
readied Washington City on the 17th. It took position in the defenses on the south side of the
Potomac, and during its one hundred days' service garrisoned Forts Smith, Strong, Bennett, Hag-
garty and other forts. The regiment was very thoroughly drilled, both in infantry and heavy
artillery tactics. During Early's invasion the regiment was kept on duty almost constantly, and
every night was spent either on the advance or beside the guns. At the expiration of its term
of enlistment the regiment received the thanks of President Lincoln for the service it had per-
formed, and returned to Cleveland via Baltimore, Harrisburg, and Pittsburg, where it was mus-
tered out on the 27th of August, 1864.



One Hundred and Sixty-Fifth Ohio Infantry. 695



165th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



ROSTER, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Lt. Colonel ....

Major

Surgeon

Ass't Surgeon

Adjutant

Quart'rmast'r
Captain

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

D.

1st Lieutenant



Alex. Ruhunder

M. Rkichings

IIf.sry Mai. lory...

Solomon Wole

P. A. Walz

W«. Klki.machle..

Win. Baine

Ed. Windgassen....

Joseph Hailer

W. (ihmaiin

Martin Hauser

J. Hotlman

Joseph Wolf ,

Francis Daum



MUSTERED.



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1st Lieutenant

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2d Lieutenant

Do.

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Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.



Wit. Stuebe

L. Neubaker

Adolph Frey

F. \V. Rau

John Zimmerman

John Grimm

Frederick Stockhjver

Ernest Hoese

Win. Mayer

Adam Fau*h

John Pfesterer

Conrad Merkel

George Meyer



MUSTERED.



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165th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THERE were but eight companies in this command. The battalion was mustered and
placed on duty at Camp Dennison, where it remained until the 20th of May, and was
then transferred to Johnson's Island, Ohio, to guard Rebel prisoners. On the 25th of
June it was ordered to Kentucky, and remained there until August 8, 1864, and was then ordered
to Cumberland, Maryland. It remained in Maryland and Virginia until the 27th of August,
1864, and then returned to Camp Dennison, and was mustered out, its term of service having
expired. Its duties at the several places where H served were merely guard-mounting and gar-
rison-duty in general.

The battalion was raised in Cincinnati, and was officered principally by Cincinnati men.



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166th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



EOSTEB, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colonel

Lt. Colonel ....

Major

Surgeon

Ass't Surgeon.
Do.

Adjutant

Quart'rmast'r

t.'haplain

Captain

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

Do

1st Lieutenant



HARRISON G. BLAKE.

Randolph Eastman

Robert W. Liggett

Thomas M. Ebriuht

Wm. H. Syk.es

Henry C. Nf.wkirk

Dexter E. Bacon

Charles B. Chamberlin

Edward P. Whiting

Josiah Martin

William Bigham

Jesse Kimeier

Benjamin K. McCormick

0. P. Phillips

Edgar Martin

Joseph Sutton

Edsil H. Milhorn

Abraham B. Rudy

Ira C. Peck

Peter Everly



MUSTERED.



May



June
May



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1st Lieutenant

Do,

Do.

Do.

Do-

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.
2d Lieutenant

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.



Daniel Shaw

Daniel H. Kindig

Sidney M. Owen

Pomeroy Allen

Samuel W. Curtis

John M. Terry

Majors Scott ,

James C Carr ,

Lewis Fretz

William Buchanan ..

Stiles A. Hosner

Paul W. Drake

John E. LaBarre

John Stutts

Sterry H. Cole

Henry W. Buckman

J. F. Hurst

John G. Frizzell

Win. O. Saunders .....



mustered.



May



15, 1864

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166th REGIMENT— NATIONAL GUARD.



THIS regiment was organized at Camp Taylor, near Cleveland, by the consolidation
of one company Ohio National Guard, from Wayne County, the Fifty-Ninth Battalion,
Ohio National Guard, from Holmes County, the Sixty-Third Regiment, Ohio National
Guard, from Huron County, and the Seventy-Ninth Battalion Ohio National Guard, from
Medina County On the 15th of May, 1864, the regiment proceeded to Virginia, and was placed
on duty in Forts Richardson, Barnard, Reynolds, Ward, and Worth, with head-quarters at Fort
Richardson. During Early's raid on Washington the regiment stood at its guns day and night,
for six or eight days, constantly expecting an attack. After the raid sickness prevailed in the
regiment to an alarming extent. Every effort was made by the regimental commander to alle-
viate the sufferings of the men, and in his labors he was assisted by James C. Wetmore, the Ohio
State Military Agent at Washington City, who will ever be held in grateful remembrance by the
members of the One Hundred and Sixty -Sixth. At the expiration of its term of service the regi-
ment returned to Ohio, and was mustered out on the 9th of September, 1864.



One Hundred and Sixty-Seventh Ohio Infantry. 697



167th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY— N. G.



EOSTEK, ONE HUNDRED DAYS' SERVICE.



Colonel

Lit. Colonel....

Major

Surgeon

Ass't Surgeon

Adjutant

Quart'rmast'r

Chaplain

Captain

Do



Do.

Do

Do

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THOMAS MOORE ..
James E. Newton ...

John V. Bbnoer

Moses h. Havnf.s ...
James S. Ferguson..
Lafayette Tgaber..

Henry 1'. Dove

Jeremiah Geiger

James K. Stewart....,

Edward T. Jones

John Kreiuger

B. JF. Book waiter

George C. Marvel

Joll n ('. Lewis

David B. Kerr

James A. Stephens...
Samuel K. wickard..

Daniel K. Zeller

James A. Kennedy...



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8. W. Woodruff

Jacob Kurz

A. W. Eekert

Benjamin T. Banker ...

James V. Imlay

Thomas H. Robertson.,

L. D. Keil

Philip II. Welty

Washington B. Davis...

Charles M. Dexter

Crosley Vaughn

, P. Winkelhaus

I A. P. Richardson

John Bernhack

Samuel S. Garver

Wm. E. McKenzie

Levi Jameson

Henry C. Gray ,

Matthew T. Whipple...



MUSTERED.



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