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few officers and men detailed for duty at Fort Laramie, was ordered forward into the mountains.
Detachments were left at various points along the North Platte and Sweetwater Rivers, and on
the 20th of June head-quarters were established near Pacific Springs and the South Pass, about
two hundred miles east of Salt Lake City, and three hundred west of Fort Laramie. The service
proved to be one of ceaseless activity and exposure. The small number of troops, their scattered
positions, and the vast extent of country under their charge, required them to be constantly
watchful.

In July the Overland Mail Company changed its route from the North Platte and Sweet-
water to the Cherokee Trail. This added another main line to be guarded. The ^principal posts
were at Camp Collins and Fort Halleck. About the 1st of September battalion head-quarters
were removed to Fort Laramie, but detachments were left at proper stations on both lines. The
winter was very severe, and procuring supplies and like duties were attended with great suffering.
Attacks were made by the Indians upon the detachments at South Pass, Sweetwater Bridge, Platte
Bridge, and other places, but they were all repulsed, though some lives were lost.

In the summer of 1863 Lieutenant-Colonel Collins was authorized to recruit another battalion
for service in the Rocky Mountains. This was done in June and July. The two battalions were
raised to a regiment, which was denominated the Eleventh Ohio Volunteer Cavalry. The second
battalion was at Camp Dennison at the time of the Morgan raid, and it shared in the pursuit and
capture of the invaders. It left Ohio early in August and arrived at Fort Leavenworth about
the last of the same month. While there, awaiting transportation and supplies, the sacking and
burning of the town of Lawrence occurred. Two hundred and fifty men were sent in pursuit
of the murderers ; but, after a rapid and exhausting chase of several days and nights, they
returned unsuccessful. This battalion left Fort Leavenworth early in September, and arrived at
Fort Laramie on the 13th of October, 1863. There were now no troops on either of the overland
mail routes from Julesburg to Green River, a distance of over one thousand miles, except the
Eleventh Ohio Cavalry; and not only these two main routes, but many minor and cross routes,
were to be cared for by them alone. Recruiting continued during the winter of 1863-4, and the
recruits reached the regiment during the following spring and summer. Many men enlisted for
the regiment never reached it, being gobbled up and assigned to other regiments in Missouri,
Kansas, and Nebraska. No other Ohio troops were on duty west of the Missouri during the
war, except some in Southern Missouri and Arkansas. The head-quarters of the district were
usually at its extreme eastern end, either at Fort Leavenworth or Omaha, the latter six hundred
and the former seven hundred miles from Fort Laramie ; and for three years after the arrival of
the first battalion at that post it was only visited twice by a district or department commander.
General Craig had his head-quarters there in the summer of 1862, and General Mitchell made a
hasty visit in the summer of 1864. Visits from inspecting-officers, mustering-officers, and pay-
masters were equally rare.

On the 1st of April, 1865, the first battalion was mustered out at Omaha, Nebraska, having
6erved about three years and a half; and the remaining companies were mustered out at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, and were sent to Columbus, Ohio, for payment, in July, 1866. They were
the last troops in the service from Ohio.

Of the services of this regiment it is impossible to give even an outline. A complete his-
tory would be full of startling incidents and hair-breadth escapes. Those who may suppose that
the service in which the regiment was engaged was a peculiarly safe one, will be surprised to
learn that the loss of life fully equaled the average loss in other cavalry regiments from Ohio.
In addition to the losses in battle and from disease, many men were frozen to death. The most
important battles in which the regiment was engaged were those of Mud Springs and Rush
Creek. The skirmishes were almost innumerable. An idea of their frequency may be obtained
from the fact that company G is said to have had thirteen engagements with the Indians between
the 1st of March and the 5th of September, 1865. The length of the expeditions by scouting
and escorting parties was probably not paralled in any other service during the war. Single



Eleventh Ohio Cavaley. 821

trips were made to the distance of one thousand miles into the depths of the wilderness, and
sometimes in the dead of winter. To make the circuit of the posts required one thousand miles'
travel ; and to keep up communication with the most distant was at times extremely difficult and
dangerous. Every winter some men were frozen to death ; others lost their feet or hands, and
many were temporarily disabled by the frost. In an expedition after the Utes, in February,
1863, the commander of the regiment, with about sixty men, was overtaken by a snow-storm
when near Fort Halleck, a point eight thousand three hundred feet above the level of the sea,
and every man was more or less frozen, and two lost their lives. The occasional severity of the
weather is worthy of record. Ou the 3d, 4th, and 5th of January, 1864, the mercury at Fort
Laramie froze each night — on the 3d for four hours, on the 4th for fifteen hours, and on the 5th
for twelve hours. A spirit thermometer would have indicated, probably, from fifty to sixty
degrees below zero. On one of these mornings an experiment was made with sanitary whisky,
and upon being exposed in a tin cup, it froze solid in twenty minutes, and was tossed about like a
brickbat.

Skillful rifle-shooting is especially important in Indian fighting, and target-practice was con-
stantly maintained. An artillery company was organized of picked men, and, after a few
months' drill, it obtained great proficiency. A brass and field band were also organized. A
library of about eight hundred volumes was obtained from the States by donation and purchase,
and a reading-room was established at head-quarters, which was well filled with newspapers and
magazines. All books and newspapers were distributed to distant posts, and were exchanged
from time to time. Even a theater was improvised; and though pantomime was cultivated
principally, tragedy and comedy were not neglected, and in fact, were not badly presented. If
appeared that some of the men had faced the footlights before.

The regiment was never actually together during its term of service. It was engaged with
the Snakes, Sioux, Cheyennes, Arrapahoes, and Utes. The number of posts regularly garrisoned
was from fifteen to twenty, all of which were built by the soldiers of the regiment, except Fort
Laramie. The ground of its operations was in the center of the Rocky Mountains, and extended
nearly six hundred miles east and west, and three hundred north and south, embracing portions
of Nebraska, Dacotah, Colorado, Utah, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. Within this district no
other troops were stationed after the arrival of the first battalion, except a few regulars at Fort
Laramie and a company of Kansas volunteers at Fort Halleck. Both were withdrawn in the
spring of 1863. In August, 1864, a detachment of Iowa cavalry came out, and in the spring of
1865 large bodies of troops were sent out.

No better evidence of the regiment's courage and vigilance can be had than the fact that
after the distribution of troops in the summer of 1862, until February, 1865, communication*
were never interrupted on either route for twenty-four hours in succession.



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Ohio in the War.



12th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



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ROBERT W. RATLIFF... Nov.

Robert H. Bentley

John F. Herrick

John F. Herrick ,

Miles J. Collier

Erastus C. Moderwell.

Wm. H. Hunter

Merville L. Saunders..,

George W. Brooke- ,

W. H. Hughes

Abraham H. Hunt

\V. H. Hughes

D. H. Gregory

George W. Pease

Thomas Roberts

Erastus C. Moilerwell

Alexander A. Monroe;

Samuel D. Hawley

Wm. H. Hunter

Merville L. Saunders

< >range Sells

Miles J. Collier

John W. Johnston

Thomas K. Parkinson

C. M. Degenfeld

Ezekiel B. Holmes

W. A. Gage

James Hicks

Franklin A. Dubois

Frank H. Mason

R. H. Sardam

John G. Rolli

Jacob Snyder

M. E. Douglas

John Armstrong

Henry H. Lohmire

Obadiah J. Jackson

Wm. C. Heddleson

James J. Detigh

Robert B. Smith

.lames A. Thompson

Archibald H. Thompson....

Frank H. Mason

Wm S. Wood

Milton W. Parsons

It. H. Sardam i

John G. Rolli

Jacob Snyder

Franklin A. Dubois

John W. Jolinston

M. E. Douglas

H. P. Caldwell

Henry It. Lohmire

Obadiah J. Jackson

John W. Higby .....

Philip S. Vandyke

David A. Newell

Wm. C. Heddleson

John Armstrong

James J. Detigh

Robert B. Smitli

James A. Thompson ,

Kobert J. Stewart

Thomas S. Finch

Archibald H. Thompson....
L. A. Harvey

Samuel Hammond....
Henry C. Jones

Erastus J. Van Tuyl.

Charles G. Rannells..
Amos W. Longfellow

S-lson Holt

Milo S. Blancliard

David C. Pugh

El/.a Z. Davis

Frank M. Rupert

Wm. Humelong

Joseph T. Thompson



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Fames A. Thompson.

Robert J. Stewart

David A. Newell

Thomas S. Finch

Archibald H. Thompson..
Eli N. Flaisig



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Mustered out with regiment.
Resigned July 15, 1865.
Mustered out with regiment.
Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.
Resigned July 14, 1865.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment as Captain.
Mustered out with regiment as Captain.
Resigned August 7, 1865.
Mustered out with regiment.
Honorably discharged March 2S, 1865.
Promoted to Surgeon.
Declined.

Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment.
Promoted to Major.

Major in 122d Colored Regiment Infantry.
Discharged April 18, 1865.
Promoted to Major.
Promoted to Major.
Mustered out May 15, 1865.
Promoted to Major.
Discharged April 18, 1865.
Mustered out with regiment.
Resigned July 25, 1865.
Resigned July 10, 1864.

Promoted to Lieut. Col. 121st IT. S. Col. Inf.
Absent at muster-out of regiment.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment.
Resigned February 10, 1865.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment.
Resigned October 9, 1865.
Resigned July 20, 1865.
Mustered out with regiment.
Died of fever at Sweetwater, Tenn. Aug. 31, '65.
Mustered out with reg't as 1st Lt. and Adj't
Mustered out with regiment as 1st Lieut.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment as 1st Lieut.
Mustered out with regiment as 1st Lieut.
Promoted to Captain.
Declined promotion.
Declined promotion.
Promoted to Captaiu
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Resigned January 24, 1865.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Declined; commission returned.
Resigned August 8, 1865.
Honorably discharged May 20, 1865.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.
Died July 31, 1865, at Sweetwater, Tenn.
Resigned August 10, 1865.
Promoted to Captain.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment.
Discharged February 7, 1866.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment as 2d Lieut.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment.
Mustered out with regiment as 2d Lieut.
Mustered out with regiment as 2d Lieut.
Mustered out with regiment as 2d Lieut.
Mustered out with regiment as 2d Lieut.
Mustered out with regiment as 2d Lieut.
Mustered out with regiment as 2d Lieut.
Resigned January 4, 1864.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
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L. A. Harvey

Samuel Hammond

James J. Deligh

C. A. Beery

Robert B. Smith

Henry 0, Jones

Erastus J. Van Tnyel

Cnas. G. Rannells

Ymos \V. Longfellow

Nelson Holt

Thomas M. Schlabaugh ....

Milo S. Blanchard

David C. Pugh

Elza Z. Davis

Frank. M. Rupert

John Hamilton

Wm. Humbug

Joseph T. Thompson

S. K. Nettleron

Leslie N. Aylesworth....

John C. Gratz

George W. I'ippiuger

George W. Kirkland

Elijah Baker

Nelson A. Latham

David A. Woodland

Richard H. Sheldon

Peter J. Hershey

Joseph W. Briggs



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Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Mustered out.

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 June IS, 1865.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Mustered out with regiment.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Mustered out with regiment as Vet. Surgeon.

Mustered out with regiment as Hos. Steward.

Mustered out with regiment as <lrd. Serg't.

Mustered out with regiment as 1st Sergeant.

Mustered out with regiment as 1st Sergeant.

Mustered out with regiment as 1st Sergeant.

Mustered out with regiment as 1st Sergeant.

Mustered out with regiment as 1st Sergeant.

Mustered out with regiment as 1st Sergeant.

Mustered out with regiment as 1st Sergeant.

Mustered out with regiment as 1st Sergeant.



TWELFTH OHIO VOLUOTEEB, CAVALEY.



THE TWELFTH OHIO CAVALEY was recruited during the months of Septem-
ber and October, 1863, from nearly every county in the State, rendezvousing at Camp
Taylor, near Cleveland, where it was mustered into the service on the 24th day of
November, 1863. One-half of the regiment was engaged in doing guard-duty, during the winter
of 1863-4, on Johnson's Island, having been ordered there on the 10th of November. On the
29th the regiment moved from Camp Dennison, where it was mounted, armed, and equipped, to
Louisville, and then to Lexington and Mount Sterling.

Little of importance transpired until the 23d of May, when the regiment was a portion of
General Burbridge's command on the first Saltville raid. On the arrival in the vicinity, of
Pound Gap, after eight days' marching, it became evident that John Morgan had entered Ken-
tucky, and the command immediately started in pursuit. After severe marching, with but little
time for eating or sleeping, the command arrived at Mount Sterling on the 9th of June, 1864.
The Twelfth was closely engaged with the Rebels at this point, behaving with great gallantry,
and being specially complimented by General Burbridge. The Twelfth again overtook Morgan
at Cynthiana, and fought with him, scattering his forces in every direction. The regiment
charged through the town, crossed the river, and pursued the retreating Rebels for three days.
On the 30th of July a portion of company A attacked some sixty guerrillas near Lebanon, Ken-
tucky, killing their leader and five or six of his men, and completely routing the remainder.
Except during a march to Burnside's Point, the head-quarters of the regiment were at Rich-
mond, Kentucky, until September 20th, when it started, in General Burbridge's command, on a
second expedition to Saltville. The salt works were reached, and the regiment engaged for half
a day in hard fighting. It becoming necessary to silence a battery posted upon a hill, the
Twelfth, with its brigade, charged up the hill and drove the enemy from his works. After this
the head-quarters of the regiment were established at Lexington, the companies being scattered
through different counties, until they were ordered to Crab Orchard to join another Saltville



824 Ohio in the Wae.

expedition. The division, General Burbridge commanding, left Crab Orchard on the 22d of
November, during a severe snow-storm, and moved via Cumberland Gap to Bean's Station. On
the night of their arrival the Twelfth made a successful reconnoissance to Rogersville. It did its
full share of duty under General Stoneman, at Bristol, at Abingdon, at Marion, and thence as
(support to General Gillam in his pursuit of Vaughn; then back again to Marion, where General
Stoneman engaged Breckinridge for forty hours, and finally defeated him. In this engagement
all of the Twelfth bearing sabers, participated in a grand charge, driving back the enemy's cav-
alry. The regiment behaved gallantly throughout the fight, and received the praises of Gen-
erals Stoneman and Burbridge.

On the 21st of December Saltville was captured, and the forces returned to Kentucky, and
regimental head-quarters again established at Richmond. As the result of this raid four boats
were captured, one hundred and fifty miles of railroad, thirteen trains and locomotives, lead
mines, salt works, iron foundries, and an immense quantity of stores of all sorts, were com-
pletely destroyed. During the raid company F acted as escort to General Burbridge.

About the middle of February the regiment was thoroughly armed, equipped, and mounted.
It then proceeded by way of Louisville and the river to Nashville, arriving March 6th. From
Nashville it moved to Murfreesboro', and from there to Knoxville. At this point it again formed
part of a raiding expedition under General Stoneman. They penetrated North Carolina, and by
an angular movement struck the Lynchburg and East Tennessee Railroad at Christiansburg,
Virginia. That was destroyed for some thirty miles, and they next cut the Danville and Char-
lotte Railroad at Greensboro', North Carolina. This drew the garrison from Salisbury, and cut-
ting the road again between them and Salisbury, that place, with its stores and the National
prisoners confined there, fell into our hands on April 12th. Moving south they destroyed sections
of branch railroads to Morgantown and Rutherford, and the Danville and Columbia Road
eouth of Charlotte, and the work seemed done. Thenceforward they aided in the capture of
Jefferson Davis, moving through South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama, capturing Generals
Bragg and Wheeler, and their escorts, and finally reaching Bridgeport, Alabama, having been
sixty-seven days in the saddle. From Bridgeport the regiment went to Lenoir, East Tennessee,
where it remained three months, and about the 1st of September moved to Pulaski, where the
regimental head-quarters were established, while the companies were scattered through several
counties, enforcing law and order.

The Twelfth finally rendezvoused at Nashville, and was mustered out on the 14th of Novem-
ber, 1865 ; then proceeded to Columbus, where it was paid and discharged on the 22d and 23d
of the same month, after two years of incessant service.



Thirteenth Ohio Cavalry.



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13th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



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DATE Or RANK.


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ISSUED.


REMARKS.




STEPHEN R. CLARK


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Richard H. Whkelek

Benjamin F. Kling


Promoted to Lieutenant-ColoDel.


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Mustered out as Captain.


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Mustered out with regiment as Captain.
Mustered out with regiment as Captain.


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N. Warren Pulsifek


On detached service.






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Nathan S. Richardson....
Robert C. Downey


Mustered out with regiment.


Ass't Surgeon
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Resigned April 23, 1S65.




Stephen R. Clark


Promoted to Major.


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Win. C. Tavlor




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Richard H. Wheeler




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Killed March 31, 1865.


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Paul V. Petard




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Killed.


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Killed.


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Discharged March 25, 1865.


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Promoted to Captain.


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Resigued March 9, 1865.


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Wm. Mark




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Promoted to Captain.


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Killed in action April 9, 1865



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