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forces across the river above the town, the First Ohio and five other cavalry regiments, under Col-
onel Long, crossed over under cover of the infantry, and made a raid in rear of Bragg's position,
which, for its brilliant success and happy termination, is unsurpassed in the annals of the cavalry.
The results were, the destruction of twenty miles of railroad and the largest percussion-cap and
torpedo manufactory in the Confederacy ; two hundred wagons burned ; six hundred horses and
mules, and five hundred prisoners captured. All the prisoners were brought safely into Chatta-
nooga on the 25l.li of November. Only twenty men were lost. While on this raid the First



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Cavalry had a severe engagement with the enemy at Cleveland, losing fifteen men, but inflicting
on the enemy a loss of at least fifty.

On the 27th of October Colonel Long's division marched toward Knoxville, having several
severe skirmishes by the way, and capturing many prisoners. Tarrying a few days at Knoxville,
the regiment accompanied the command on a raid into North Carolina. Many captures were
made on this raid. The First Cavalry brought back only one hundred and twenty effective
mounted men out of five hundred, with which it started one month before.

At Calhoun, a town on the Hiawassee River, December 16th, the Rebel General Wheeler,
with twenty-eight hundred men, attacked a wagon-train lying upon the opposite side of the Ten-
nessee River, guarded by infantry alone. Colonel Long, perceiving the danger, immediately
crossed over with sixty-five men of the First Cavalry, and, charging the enemy in connection with
the infantry, completely routed the Rebels. Leaving the infantry in the distance this little band
of cavalry pushed forward four miles, scattering the Rebels, and inflicting upon them a loss of
twenty-five killed and eighty wounded, and captured o"he hundred and thirty-one prisoners. This
brilliant affair cost the cavalry but one man killed and three wounded. Taking into account the
great disparity of numbers (the infantry being unable to take part, except in the beginning of the
fight) it is almost impossible to find a parallel in the history of modern warfare. On moving,
the dismounted men of the regiment were left in camp at Paint Rock.

About this time Colonel B. B. Eggleston returned from recruiting-service in Ohio, and
assumed command of the regiment. January 1, 1864, Colonel Eggleston moved the regiment to
Pulaski, Tennessee, and on the 4th of that month about three hundred of the men re-enlisted as
veterans. On the 14th of February it was joined by one hundred more of those that had been
left at Calhoun, and, with both officers and men, proceeded to Ohio to spend the thirty-days' fur-
lough to which all veterans were entitled. Those of the regiment who did not re-enlist contin-
ued with Long's brigade during the winter, participated in the attack on Dalton, and sustained
considerable loss, distinguishing themselves by bravery and endurance. On the return of the
regiment to the department these men rejoined their respective companies.

On the 1st day of April, 1864, the First Cavalry was again reunited at Nashville, Tennessee,
recruited to full ranks. A detachment of forty recruits for company A (still in Virginia), under
Lieutenant Yeoman, also reported here at this time. On the 1st of May, having drawn a com-
plete outfit of horses, equipments, and arms, the First marched to Columbia, Tennessee, where it
remained, drilling and preparing for the field, until the 22d of May, when, together with the
Third and Fourth Ohio Cavalry, under their old commander, Colonel Long, it started to join the
advancing column of Sherman, then near Rome, Georgia. On the 26th it crossed the Tennessee
River at Decatur; on the 27th marched to Courtland, Alabama, driving before it the command
of the Rebel General Roddy, and losing only five men wounded. Two days thereafter it partici-
pated in the severe engagement at Moulton, resulting in the complete defeat of General Roddy,
who, with a force of six regiments and a battery of artillery, had attacked Long's brigade. The
First Cavalry lost in this engagement about twenty men killed and wounded.

On the 17th of June, near Somerville, the regiment took the advance of General F. P.
Blair's corps, joining the main army near Allatoona on the 6th of June. It remained and acted
with the main army up to and for some time after the fall of Atlanta, being employed mainly in
covering its movements and protecting its flanks.

In front of Kenesaw the First Cavalry had frequent and severe skirmishing, in which it lost
about thirty men. Captain Pickering, of company F, was among the wounded. The regiment
accompanied General Kilpatrick in his raid around Atlanta. When surrounded by the enemy at
Lovejoy's Station, the First Cavalry particularly distinguished itself by holding in check for
some time a force from Cleburne's Rebel infantry division, with a loss of fifty men. Among the
killed was Captain W. H. Scott, of company D, a gallant and efficient officer. The brigade com-
mander, Colonel Eli Long, was severely wounded in this affair, which devolved the command of
the brigade upon Colonel B. B. Eggleston, of the First Cavalry, and of the regiment upon Lieu-



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tenant-Colonel Thomas J. Patton, its old and tried chief. The regiment also took part in the
movement which resulted in the evacuation of Atlanta by the Rebels. Shortly after the evacu-
ation the time of the non-veterans of the regiment expired, and quite a number of that class
were mustered out, thus weakening the organization. The regiment went into camp near Atlanta.
When General Hood attempted to cut Sherman's communications the First Cavalry followed in
pursuit. On the 13th of October it carried the advance of Garrard's division in the fight near
Rome, Georgia, resulting in the complete discomfiture of General Armstrong's division of Rebel
cavalry. Shortly after this affair, while still lying at Rome, the horses of the regiment were
transferred to General Kilpatrick's division, and, in connection with the entire division of Gen-
eral Garrard, the members of the First Ohio Cavalry were sent to Louisville, Kentucky, to be
refitted for the field. On the 17th of November the regiment arrived at Louisville. Brigadier-
General Garrard was now relieved of the command, and that intrepid trooper, Eli Long, happily
recovered of his wounds, was assigned to it. On the 28th of December, 18G4, the regiment left
Louisville to join the cavalry corps, on the Tennessee, near Gravelly Springs, Alabama. During
the month of February, 1865, the First Ohio was transferred from the Second Brigade, Second
Division, and brigaded with the Seventh Ohio (Colonel Garrard) and Fifth Iowa (Colonel Young),
forming the Second Brigade, Fourth Division, which was placed under the command of Brevet.
Brigadier-General A. J. Alexander. Drilling and building huts and stables relieved camp-life
of its weariness until the 19th of March, when the cavalry corps rendezvoused at Chickasaw
Landing, on the south side of the Tennessee. On the morning of the 22d the cavalry moved
out, and on the 26th company A, of the First, strisck a body of Rebels at Jasper, and routed
them. On the 27th they forded the Black Warrior River ; 28th passed through Jones's Valley ;
29th a battalion of the First Ohio, in the advance, burned a large iron furnace, and drove Patter-
son's Seventh Alabama Cavalry across the Catawba River; 30th, the command crossed the
Catawba, and occupied Montevallo ; 31st, about noon, the pickets were attacked at Montevallo,
but the Fifth Iowa charged and routed the enemy, pursuing them as far as Five Mile Creek.
They proved to be a part of Lyon's brigade of Forrest's cavalry, which were here found in strong
position defending the road and ford. Lyon was dislodged, and again put upon the retreat. On
the morning of the 1st of April the regiment again took the advance, and Forrest's pickets were
driven out of Randolph, and considerable skirmishing continued all day, until at last the head
of the column struck Forrest's command in position near Ebenezer Church. The brigade was
hastily deployed, the Seventh Ohio flanking on the left, the Fifth Iowa in the center, and the
First Ohio on the right. The enemy's battery of three guns was on a wooded hill by the church,
and directly in front of the First Ohio. After some severe skirmishing, in which a squadron of
the Seventh Ohio got under a concentric fire and was nearly annihilated, the advance was
sounded, and with an irresistible impetuosity the line swept forward. The First Ohio took the
three-gun battery that was in its front, and Forrest's far-famed horsemen were routed in twenty
minutes from the main attack. Here fell the gallant, the noble, the admired, and beloved Frank
P. Allen, the Quartermaster-Sergeant of the regiment. On the 2d of April Selma was taken ;
9th the command began crossing the Alabama; 12th and 13th it rested in Montgomery, Ala-
bama; 14th took up its march toward Columbus, Georgia ; 15th Buford's division was driven
ahead of us, and on the 16th the advance of the First struck the enemy near Crawford, Georgia,
and charged them nine miles across the Ogeechee River. About a mile and a half from Colum-
bus the first battalion of the First Ohio encountered the enemy, drew sabers, and charged down
the hill into the town of Girard, under the fire of twenty-five guns which had been masked till
then. The regiment was also engaged in the night assault upon Columbus, the capture of the
works, and the saving of the two bridges which opened up Columbus, its arsenals and factories,
and gave, as the result of one of the most desperate night assaults ever made, twelve hundred
prisoners and ninety-six cannon. On the 22d Macon was entered, where the force heard of the
surrender of Lee. The regiment then garrisoned Georgia and South Carolina until the 13th of
September, when it was mustered out, paid off, and discharged, at Columbus, Ohio, on the 28th
day of September, 1865.
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2d REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



DATE OF RANK. COM. ISSUED.



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CHARLES DOURLEDAY

AUGUST V. KAUTZ

A. B. NKTTLETON

DUDLJSY SEWARD

Robert W. Hatuff

George A. Purington

Dudley Seward

A B. Nettlf.ton

David E. Which

George G. Miner

Henry F. Wilson

George A. Purington

Henry L. Burnett

Dudley Seward

A. B. Nktti.i.ton

David E. Welch

Mavdred f. Weeks

Albert Barnitz

I1YMAN N. EASTON

K. E. La WD KB

A lered Taylor

Joseph T. Smith

\\'m. ii. McRbtnolds

N. B. Brisrink

Joseph T. Smith

II. B. Noble

Wm. 11. McRkvnojuds

Matthias ( bos

GaTLORD B. Hawkins

Edwin T. Brown

Jobu L. Smiih

George A. Purington

John H. Clapp

John B. Franklin

Henry L. Burnett

Fames Caldwell

Hiram A. Hull

Win. J. Keen •

Charl '8 C. Smith

A.i i on K. Lindtdey

\lleu P. Steele

Du.llev Seward

Bert W. Stewart

I Ibauncey Edgiest on

Thomas >V. Sanderson

Bayless R. Faucett

David E. Welch

\. B. Nettleton

Maudxed F. Weeks

Joseph B. Holmes

.laiues OaldWMll

Henry Clay Pike

Albeit Barnitz

Crawford \Y. Stewart

Franklin S. Case

Prank E. Watrous

Augustus N. Bernard

Samuel K. Williams

Wm. W. Woodward

tJyutau N. Easton

Win. II. Vllcry

Frederick R. Deming

Wm. E. Pedrick

R. E. Lawder

Warner Newton

A. E. Millard

Melancthon C. Cowdery...
L. H. Tenney



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Wm. Smith

Madison B. Headlev

N'athaniel HillllOUse

Charles H. Bill

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George Adams

Charles D. Rush

Setb A. Abbey

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Promoted to Brig. Gen., and brevet Maj.Gen.
Promoted brevet Brig. Gen. Cor gallantry.
Mustered out with regiment.
iReSighed June 25, 1863.
Gobi missioned Colonel hut not mustered.
Promoted to Colonel.
Promoted to Colonel.
1865 Must red out January 31, ft66;

1861 Promoted Lt. Col. 7th Cavalry Sept. 18, 1862.
Resigned March Hi, 1862.
Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.

1862 Resigned August 15, 1SS3.

1863 Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.
Promoted t,, Lieutenant-Colonel.
Promoted to Lienteuant-Colouel.

164 Revoked S. O. 184. B«ries 1865.

Mustered out with regiment.
1865 Promoted to Lieut. Col. but not mustered.

Mustered nut witli regiment .

Appointed Surgeon 89th reg't April 21, 1863.

Resigned.

Resigned June .8, 1865.

.Mustered out.

Promoted to Surgeon.

Discharged lor promotion March 28, 1865.

Promoted to Surgeon.

Mustered out with regiment.

Died at Fort Scott, Kansas.

Resigned April 20, 1864.

Resigned December 11, 1861. ■

Promoted to Major.

Died October 5, 1861.

Resigned December 11, 1861.

Promoted to Major.

Resigned Mav la, 1862.

Mustered out 1,\ consolidation Feb. 15, 1S63.

Ri signed Mav 19, 1863.

Mustered out for promotion February 23, 1863.

.Mustered out bv consolidation Feb. 15, 1862.

Resigned Angus! 23, 1862.

Promoted Ui Major.

Resigni d December 3, 1862.

Resigned March 1 1, 1862.

Resigned May 14, 1862.

Resigned May 1 ■.. 1862.

Promoted tn Major.

Promoted to Major.

Mustered mil witli regiment.

Mustered qut February 15, 1863.

Mustered out Kebtuary 15, 18631 [with reg.

On detached duty at own request; must, out

Promoted to Major.

Dual February, 1864.

lb in. Dis. on account of wounds May 15, 1865.

Mustered out October 21, 1.-64.

Honorably discharged November 29, 1864.
1S62 Honorably discharged November 11, 1863.
1863 Promoted < lolonel llnth reg. Colored Infantry.

Promoted to Major.

Killed near Petersburg, Va., June, 1864.

Killed near Harper's Ferry', August, 1864.

Resigned as 1st Lieutenant August 26, 184-1

Promoted to Major.

Killed at Five Forks, Va., April 3, 1865.

M astered out with regiment.

Mustered out at ex pi rat n of time, Dec. 3, 1864.

I Resigned June 30, 1865; breveted Major for

I gallantry at Five Forks.

f Commissioned -Major but not mustered;

1 mustered out with regiment.

i Mustered out May 15, 1865, on acc't of w'ds;

\ brevet Major for gallantry at Five Foilw.

Resigned Jinn 13. 1865.

Mustered out with regiment.

Musterejd out with regiment.

Mustered out October 12, IS65.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mastered out with regiment

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

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Promoted to Captain.

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DATE OF RANK. COM. ISSUED.



Lyman C. Thayer

Robert L. Hart

Samuel F. Geil

has. F. Ingersoll

lanes D. Kennedy

Edmund Ward

Bayless R. Faucett ,

Timothy D. Leslie

Henry SL Wood

David E. Welch

.Milts J. Collier

Thomas W. Sanderson...

Albert Watrous

Joseph B. Holmes

Wilson S. Dodge

Guerdon Woodruft

Mandred F. Weeks

Henry J. Virgil

John C. Hutcnins

Frederick K. Doming

i'eter L. .Rush

Henry Clay Pike

Ylouzo McGowan

Henrv Frissell

Wm. B. Shattuc

Franklin S. Case

Win. B. Nieman

Edward B. Hubbard

Augustus X. Bernard....
Crawford W. Stewart.....

Julius L. Hadley

Albert Baruitz

Wm. E. Pedrick

Chester L. White

John J. Pike

Hiram S. Chamberlain...

K. M. McDowell

Stephen A. Mason

Charles H.Bill

Timothy K. Spencer

Geo. H. Williamsou

Valentine Fries

McCrea Vance

Theodore J. Fulton

R. E. Lawder

Theodore P. Hamlin

A. E. .Millard

Warner Newton

Jesse Law

John B. Dutton

Nathaniel Hirlhouse

Warner Pearson

Richard H. Pardee

Francis Paris

George W. Bayard

James M. Lough

P. H. McBride

Melancthon C. Cowdery.

L. H. Tenuey

E. H. Eggleston

A. C. Houghton

Henry W. Chester

Wm. Smith

.Madison R. Headley

B. i.. Wilcox

Chas. I>. Rush

James I 'astillo

Asa S. St ration

olon A. Rand

George Adams

Joseph Stearns

Win. Wilcox

Win. Robinson

Joseph A. McElroy

Carey A. Smith

Edwin 0. Joyce

Newton D. Fisher

ihouias E. Grist

Luther M. Tuttle

Robert N. Travel'

Wm. W. Randall

Edward J. Lukens

John L Park

John P. Lauudon

Cromwell C. Marsh

Peter L. Rush

Chas. F. Ingersoll

.Miles J. Collier

John 0. Hutchins ,

Henry J. Virgil

Alonzo McGowan ,

Abner D. Strong

Stanley B. Lockwood....

Wm. B. Shattuc

Franklin S. Case

Wm. B. Nieman

Frederick R. Deming ...

Edward B. Hubbard

Crawford W. Stewart...
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Resigned December 11, 1861.
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Resigned January 8, 1862.
Resigned August H, 1862.
Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out by consolidation Feb. 15 IS63.
Resigned February IS, 1863.
Promoted to Captain.
Mustered out by consolidation.
Promoted to Captain.
Resigned May 19, 1862.
Promoted to Captain.
Resigned March 22, 1862.
Mustered out.
Promoted to Captain.
Resigned July 15, isn2.
Resigned July 7, 1862.
Promoted to Captain.
Resigned July 4, 1863.

1862 Promoted to Captain.
Resigned February 4, 1S63.
Mustered out August 13, 1862.
Mustered out February 15, 1863.
Promoted to Captain.
Mustered out February 15, 1863.
Transferred to 25th Battery February 17, 1863.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.

Transferred to 25th Battery February 17, 1863.
Promoted to Captain.

1863 Promoted to Captain.
Resigned June 6, 1863. [Feb., 1865.
Com'd Capt. but declined to muster ; resigned
Promoted to Captain and A. Q. M.
Mustered out ; on detached service.
Resigned June 22, 1865.

Promoted to Captain. [June 22, '65.

Corud Capt. but declined to muster ; resigned

1862 Resigned January 25, 1863.
Resigned April 30, 1863.
Resigned May 21, 1863.
Resigned November 8, 1863.

1863 Promoted to Captain.
Mustered out December 3, 1S6L
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.

Discharged September 12, 1864. [Oct. 24, '64.
Comd Capt. but not mustered ; mustered out

lt-64 Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out October 23, 1864.

Mustered out September 25, 1>64.

Mustered out September 25, 1-64.

iiionorably discharged November 30, 1864.

IDied of wounds November 13, 1>64.

Prom, to Captain ; mustered out with reg't

Resigned November, 1>64.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain,
iigued June 13, le65.

Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out with regiment.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Killed iu action April 6, 1865.

Resigned June 22, 1865.

.Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

.Mustered out October 12, 1865.

Mustered out October 12, 1865.

Mustered out with regiment.

Never mustered.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

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.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Resigned July 22, 1862.

Resigned May 31, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant
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Henry Clay Pike

Julius L. Hadley

Henry Frizzell

Hosea Townsend

John J. Pike

Chester L. White

Albert Barnitz

Wm. K. Pedrick

Henry <>. Hampson

Timothy R. Spencer

Frank. E. Watrous.

Chas. H. Bill _

Theodore P. Hamlin

Henry G. Walcott _

Hiram S. Chamberlain

Stephen A. Mason

A. K. Millard

Warner Newton

Warner Pearson

Richard H. Pardee

John B. Duttou

Jesse Law

E. H. Eggleston

Levi J. McMurrav

L. H. Tenney

A. C. Houghton

Francis Paris

J. Carrie Barnett

George W. Bayard

Nathaniel Hillhouse

James M. Lough

P. H. McBride

Melancthon C. Cowdery....

Henry M. Drake

Edwin B. Buell

Isaac L. Pierce

Madison R. Headley

B. G. Wilcox

Charles D. Rush

James Castillo

Asa S. Stratton

Solon A. Rand

George Adams

Joseph Stearns _

Wm. Wilcox

Wm. Robinson

Joseph A. McElroy

Lorenzo D. Bosworth

Melvin B. Campbell

Carey A. Smith

Edwin C. Joyce

Albert Capron

Newton D. Fisher

Thomas E. Grist

Albert A. Clapp

Luther M. Tuttle

Robert N. Traver

Wm. W. Randall

Edwin J. Lukins

John L. Park

Lewis B. Campbell

Cromwell C. Marsh

John P. Lauudon

Isadoio M. Bishop

George B. Hayden

Henry Gordon

Chas. C. McCain

Wm. R. White

Benj. F. Lovett

Chas. C. Leffiugwell

V. M. Hart

Frank. Allen

Chas. E. Bostwick

Ira Scott



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