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iment remained at Ringgold on garrison duty till the 10th of June, when it proceeded to Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, where it received a hearty welcome.

The regiment was mustered out at Camp Dennison on the 21st of June, 1S64.
Two companies, whose time had not yet expired, and the veterans of the regiment, were
officially recognized as the Eleventh Ohio Detachment, and were assigned to Baird's division
of the Fourteenth Corps. They accompanied Sherman in his wonderful campaign, and after
the surrender of the Rebel armies were mustered out. They were commanded by Lieutenant-
Colonel D. C. Stubbs, promoted from Sergeant-Major of the old organization.



Twelfth Ohio Infantry.



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12th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



ROSTER, THREE MONTHS' SERVICE.



DATE OF HANK. COM. ISSUED.



REMARKS.



Colonel

Lt. Colonel....

Major

Surgeon

Ass t Surgeon

Captain

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2d Lieutenant
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JOHN W. LOWE...

[Jacob Ammen

[Caer B. White

VrM. W. Holmes

C. H. Swain

James D. Wallace...
Robert B. Harlan...
Watts 31c3Iurchy...

Robert Lvtle

'Albert Gallowav.



Rigdon Williams

Joseph L. Hilt_

Edward 31. Carey

Win. Hays

James Sloan

Henry S. Clements

Azariah W. Doane

Thomas G. Wood

I.eigh McClun'g

Andrew J. Thorp

Daniel W. Pauley

Joel H. Deardorf.

Richard C. Rankin

Thomas T. Taylor

Benjamin R. A. Jones..,

Jonathan D. Hines

Andrew J. Roosa

John W. Bowser

Isaac B. Mien

Tirman C. Warren

.Muses W. Trader

Wm. H. Hivling

J. Whitcomb Ross

Robert Wilson.

Alexander 31. Ridgway.

(Jbas F. King...'.

Wm. P. Cowne ,



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Resigned July 25, 1861.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



REMARKS.



Colonel

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JOHN" W. LOWE ! June

CARR B. WHITE Sept.

Carr B. White |June

Jonathan D. Hines Sept.

Jonathan D. Hines June

James D. Wallace Sept.

Edward 31. Carey April

Rigdon Williams

Wm. W. Holmes

Wm. T. Ridexour

N. F. Graham

Wm. T. Ridenoik

James D. Webb

X. F. Graham

Horace P. Kay

Silas T. Buck

Russell D. Van Dusen..
Charles L. Allen..



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1864



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July

lames D. M allace .May

Edward 31. Carey June

. James Sloane " fi,

. Wm. B. Smith " 7,

. Rigdon Williams " 11,

Joseph L. Hilt " 11,

Azariah W. Doane " IS,

Watts 3Ic3Iurchy " is,

Andrew Legg " 22,

Ferdinand Gunckle " 28,

Henry S. Clement Sept. 10,

John Curtis Nov. 9,

Ezra Stevenson Jan. 9,

Wdi.1V. Lisgett 31arch 31,

Daniel W. Pauley April 18,

Wm. E. Fisher June 18,

Henry F. Hawkes " 20,



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Killed at Carnifex Ferry

3Iustered out July 11, 1864.

Promoted to Colonel September 10, 1S61.

3Iustered out July 11, 1864.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel Sept. 10, '61.

Resigned April 18, 1862.

Dismissed 3Iarch 7, 1864.

3Iustered out Feb. 7, 1S65.

Resigned April 25, 1862.

Resigned December 28, 1862.

3Iustered out July 11, 1864.

Promoted to Surgeon 31ay 1, 1862.

Resigned December 8, 1862.

Promoted to Surgeon.

3Iustered out.

.Mustered out.

Resigned July 2.5, 1862.

3Iustered out.

Promoted to 3tajor.

Promoted to Major April IS, 1SG2.

Resigned November 21, 1861.

Cashiered December 9, 1863.

Promoted to JIajor. TGen. Sigel.

Detached at Cumberland, 3Id., by order of

Resigned October 24, 1861.

Resigned 3Iarch 31, 1862.

Resigned June 20, 1862.

Resigned .March 20, 1862. I Aug. 30 '62.

3Iustered out ; appointed Major 79th 0. V. I.,

Resigned June 18, 1862.

Resigned June 20, 1862.

Deceased September 21, 1862.

Resigned October 1, 1S62.

Resigned October 3, 1862.

Promoted by President.



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DATE OF RANK.



Jonathan C. Wallace

John Lewis

Robert Wilson

Aaron N. Channel]

James W. Boss

HoiatioG. Tibballs

Jacob A. Yordy

Jonathan Wallace

Hiram McKay

Ashley Brown

Henry S. Clement

Wm.W. Liggett

Wm. P. Coune

George W. Goode

Daniel W. Pauley

Hobert Wilson

Win. Hivling

Alex. M. Ridgway ,

Jonathan C. Wallace

hley Brown

Andrew J. Roosa

W. H. Roberts

Wm. E. Fisher

Henry F. Hawkes

John Lewis

John Wise

Aaron N. Channel]

Calvin Goddard

James W. Ross

Jacob A. Yordy

Horatio G. Tibballs

Robert H. Shoemaker....

Hiram McKay

John C. Campbell

John V. O'Connor

Michael B. Mahony

Wm. H. Glotfelter

John W.Hiltz

Thomas J. Atkinson

Wm. B. Nesbitt

Wm. A. Ludlum

Frank M. Slade

Thomas F. Hill

John Lewis

Harrison G. Otis

Abraham King

Wm. E. Fisher

John Curtis

Ezra Stevenson

Moses W. Trader

James W. Ross

Jacob A. Yordy

Wm. H. Miller

Alonzo M. Dimmitt

Aaron N. Channell

Horatio G. Tibballs

Robert H. Shoemaker

Hiram McKay

John C. Campbell

John V. O'Connor

JohnW. Hiltz

Frederick B. Schnebly....

Thomas J. Atkinson

Edwin M. Jacoby

Wm. H. Glotfelter

Wm. B. Nesbitt

Wm. A. Ludlum

Andrew C. Miller

Wm. Sine

Thomas F. Hill

Frank M. Slade

Michael B. Mahony

Harrison G. Otis

James H. Palmer

John White

Maurice Watkins..

Henry L. Sherwood

Robert B. Wilson

Jonathan H. McMillan.,

Abraham King

John M. Busby

Fenton L. Torrence..



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COM. ISSUED.



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Declined.

Resigned December 2, 1862.

Mustered out July 11, ISM.

Killed May 9, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Promoted to Captain September 10, 1861.

Promoted to Captain March 31, 1862.

Resigned October 24, 1861.

Died September 25, 1861.

Promoted to Captain April 18, 1862.

Promoted to Captain June 20, 1862.

Resigned October 9, 1861.

Resigned March 31, 1862.

Promoted to Captain December 2, 1862.

Promoted to Captain December 2, 1862.

Resigned October 15, 1861.

Resigned August 21, ls61.

Promoted to Captain JunelS, 1862.

Promoted to Captain June 20, 1862.

Promoted to Captain June 20, 1862.

Resigned September 30, 1S62.

Promoted to Captain August 30, 1862.

Resigned November 24, 1862.

Promoted to Captain September 21. 1S62.

Promoted to Captain October 3, 1862.

Promoted to Captain October 1, 1S62.

Canceled.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned December 26, 1862.

Mustered out July 11. 1864.

Dismissed August 12, 1863.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Transferred to 23d 0. V. I. as Captain.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Revoked.

Transferred to 23d O. V. I. as Captain.

Mustered out March 12, 1865.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant Sept. 10, 1861.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Cashiered March 20, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant March 31, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant March 31, 1862.

Died from wounds ree'd at Peter's Creek, Va.

Resigned April IS, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant Dec. 6, 1861.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant April is, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieut.June 10,'62: r'd Jy 17, '62

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant March 20, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant June 20, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant June 20, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant June 20, 1862.

Resigned September 30, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant August 30, 1862.

Resigned October 3, 1S62.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant September 30, '62.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant September 21, '62.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant October 1, 1862.

Resigned December 9, 1862.

Resigned October 3, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant December 2, 1S62.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant October 3, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant November 24,1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Wounded and prisoner.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Transferred to 23d 0. V. I. as 1st Lieutenant.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.

Mustered out July 11, 1864.
31, " Transferred to 23d 0. V. I. as 1st Lieutenant.
12, 1863 Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
20, " Resigned.
27, " Killed June 19, 1864.
19, " Mustered out July 11, 1864.



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Twelfth Ohio Volunteer Infantry. 89



TWELFTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



UNDER the call for seventy-five thousand three-months, troops the Twelfth Ohio In-
fantry was organized at Camp Jackson, Ohio, on the 3d of May, 18G1. It moved to Camp
Dennison May 6th, and there re-enlisted, was reorganized and mustered into the ser-
vice for three years on the 28th of June, 1861.

The Twelfth left Camp Dennison for the Kanawha Valley July 6th ; arrived at Point
Pleasant on the 9th, and on the 14th reached Pocotaligo River. On the 17th of July the regi-
ment fought the battle of Scary Creek, the enemy being strongly posted beyond a ravine. The
regiment fought three hours ; and after exhausting its ammunition fell back in good order to its
camp at the mouth of the Pocotaligo, with a loss of five killed, thirty wounded, and four
missing. The regiment entered Charleston, West Virginia, on the 25th, and reached Gauley
Bridge on the 29th, where it captured a large quantity of arms and ammunition. Eight com-
panies marched down the Kanawha to Camp Piatt August 13, and from there moved to Clarks-
burg, West Virginia, and were assigned to General Benham's brigade. Marching south through
Weston, Sutton and Summerville, they arrived at Carnifex Ferry September 10th, and engaged
in the battle at that place with a loss of two killed and ten wounded. Two days after this they
were engaged in a slight skirmish on the Gauley with guerrillas ; then marched to Camp Look-
out, and from there, on October 10th, moved to Hawk's Nest on New River. In the meantime
the two companies left at Gauley Bridge surprised and routed two hundred Rebel cavalry un-
der Jenkins, on the 25th of August. They were engaged in several skirmishes and reconnois-
sances, and finally joined the other eight companies at Hawk's Nest on the 16th of October.
On the 1st of November the Twelfth marched to the mouth of Loop Creek and attempted to flank
Floyd, who was threatening Gauley. It soon after engaged in the pursuit of Floyd's forces, and
having followed him until near Raleigh, C. H., gave up the chase and returned to Loop Creek.
The regiment was transferred to General Cox's brigade December 10th, and moved to Charles-
ton and went into winter-quarters.

On the 3d of May, 1862, the regiment left Charleston and joined Scammon's brigade at the
mouth of East River. It skirmished at the narrows of New River, and fell back to Princeton,
then to Blue Stone River, and then to the summit of Flat Top Mountain and fortified. From
the 20th of May until the 14th of August the regiment scouted the country in every direction,
made some heavy marches in the mountains and captured many "bushwhackers." It was or-
dered to the Army of the Potomac August 15th, and arrived at Alexandria on the 24th.

It met the enemy at Bull Run Bridge August 27th; was severely engaged for six hours
against a greatly superior force, and was compelled to fall back to Fairfax Station with a loss
of nine killed, sixty-eight wounded, (six mortally) and twelve missing. The regiment returned
to Alexandria, rejoined Cox's brigade and marched to Upton Hill. On the 7th of September it
advanced into Maryland, and after a sharp skirmish at Monocacy Bridge on the 12th entered
Frederick City. On the 14th of September it engaged in the battle of South Mountain, par-
ticipating in three bayonet charges and capturing three battle flags, a large number of small



90 Ohio in the Wae.

arms, and over two hundred prisoners, with a loss of sixteen killed, ninety-one wounded, and
eight missing. On the 17th the regiment was engaged at Antietam and lost six killed and
twenty -nine wounded. After the battle it marched for West Virginia, via Hagerstown and
Hancock, Maryland ; but, on arriving at Hancock, it moved into Pennsylvania to operate against
Stuart's cavalry. Stuart having retreated, the Twelfth returned to Hancock, and arrived at
Clarksburg, Western Virginia, October 16th. The regiment marched from Clarksburg October
25th, in Crook's division, through Weston, Sutton, and Summerville, endeavoring to gain the
rear of the Rebel forces in the Kanawha Valley, and arrived at Gauley Bridge November 14th,
the Rebels having retreated before the division arrived.

On the 4th of December the regiment marched to Fayette C. H., West Virginia, and went
into winter-quarters. Here it was assigned to the Second Brigade, Third Division, Eighth
Army Corps. The brigade under Colonel White repulsed the enemy's attack on Fayette C. H.,
May 19th, 1S63, the regiment losing two killed, nine wounded, and eight missing. It pursued
the retreating Rebels to Raleigh C. H., and returned to Fayette C. H. On July 13th the Twelfth
marched against the enemy at Piney Creek, but the Rebels retreated and the regiment returned
to Fayette C. H. On the 17th the brigade was ordered to Ohio to assist in capturing John Mor-
gan, and after proceeding up the Ohio as far as Blennerhassett's Island and guarding fords for sev-
eral days, it returned to Fayette C. H. During the months of August and September the regiment
was employed in constructing fortifications. On the 4th of November it marched against Lew-
isburg, but the enemy fled and it again returned to Fayette C. H. On the 9th of December it
made another move on Lewisburg as a diversion for General Averill. Bushwhackers were
very troublesome on this march, and the regiment lost two killed, two slightly, and two mor-
tally wounded, and two missing. The Twelfth went into winter-quarters at Fay*ette C. H., and
was engaged in holding outposts and in watching the enemy.

On the 3d of May, 1864, the regiment left Fayette C. H., marched to Cloyd's Mountain
and there engaged the enemy on the 9th. The fight lasted over an hour, and the regi-
ment lost eleven killed and sixty-eight wounded, in addition to these Surgeon Graham and
.nineteen men, left on the field in charge of the wounded, fell into the enemy's hands. The
Twelfth pursued the fleeing Rebels to New River Bridge, where a heavy artillery fight ensued,
in which the enemy was driven back. The regiment crossed New River at Pepper's Ferry,
destroyed a number of bridges and a large amount of property belonging to the Virginia and
Tennessee Railroad. The Twelfth marched northward, and on the 19th reached Blue Sulphur
Springs where it remained until the 31st, when it moved on Staunton. Arriving at Staunton
June 8th, it joined the forces under Hunter, marched southward, flanked Lexington, and on
the 12th assisted in destroying large quantities of ammunition and in burning the Virginia
Military Institute. On the 16th it destroyed the railroad between Liberty and Lynchburg and
burned several large bridges. The next day it moved on Lynchburg, and met the enemy in
force at Quaker Church, three miles from the city. The Twelfth and Ninety-First Ohio regi-
ments charged the enemy in fine style and drove them back in disorder. The regiment cap-
tured a number of prisoners, and lost eight killed and eleven wounded. The next day the regi-
ment was engaged before the enemy's works but withdrew after dark, and on the 19th marched
to Liberty. It moved along the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad to Salem, and from there
proceeded northward, via Catawba Valley, New Castle, Sweet Springs, White Sulphur, Lewis-
burg and Gauley to Camp Piatt, on the Kanawha, where it arrived June 29th. On this march
both men and horses suffered considerably from hunger and thirst.

The regiment was ordered to Columbus, Ohio, July 2d, and was mustered out of the ser-
vice at that city on the 11th of July, 1864.

During its term of service the regiment moved on foot, by rail and by water, a distance of
four thousand and forty-nine miles, and sustained a loss in killed, wounded and missing, of four
hundred and fifty-five men.



Thikteenth Ohio Infantby.



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13th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



EOSTEB, THREE MONTHS' SERVICE.



RANK.


NAME.


DATE OF RANK.


COM.


ISSUED.


REMARKS.




A. SAUNDERS PIATT. .


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RANK.


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DATE Or RANK.


COM.


ISSUED.


REMARKS.




WM. S. SMITH


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Appointed Brig. Gen. of Vols. May 13, 18(

Killed at Stone River December 31, 1862.

Mustered out.

Resigned.

Promoted to Colonel May 13, 1862.

Appointed Colonel 45th O. V. I. Aug. 14,

Resigned December 24, 1862.

Promoted to Colonel January 1, 1863.

Killed September 19, 1863.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel Oct. 25,

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel May 13,

Canceled.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel Dec. 24

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel Jan. 1,

Appointed Surgeon of Volunteers April 1

Mustered out.

Resigned September 17, 1S62.

Resigned April 1, 1863.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

R-signed March 30, 1862.

Mustered out.

Resigned March 12, 1S62.

Resigned January 30, 1862.

Promoted to Major October 25, 1861.

Resigned December 9, 1861.

Mustered out.

Promoted to Major August 14, 1862.

Resigned September 15, 1861.

Died Mav 31, 1862.

Resigned February 3, 1S62.

Promoted to Major May 13, '62; re'd J'y 3

Promoted to Major August 14, 1S62.

Promoted to Major December 24, 1S62.

Resigned November 28, 1862.

Resigned Julv 2>, 1862.

Mustered out September 10, 1862.

Promoted to Major Jane 1, 1863.

Revoked ; no vacancy.

Appointed Captain and C. S.

Mustered out.

Honorably discharged February 12, 18M.

Resigned.

Drowned, in 1863.

Promoted by President May 6, 1863.

Hied January 10, 1863.

Honorably discharged September 3, 18fi3.

Killed September 19, 1863.

Resigned September 10, 1864.

Died of wounds May 28, 1864.


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