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death since its organization. Private Thomas Scott, of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, died of chronic
diarrhea, aged sixty-two years.

On the 18th of August the cavalry division crossed White River, and, in connection with
two divisions of infantry, under General Steele, moved against the enemy at Little Rock. The
cavalry crossed Grand Prairie, and on the 25th reached Brownsville, a country town in the edge
of the timber, twenty-four miles east of Little Rock. At the edge of the timber the Rebels were
drawn up, and, after some skirmishing, they opened with artillery. The Twenty-Fifth waa
placed in position, and in a few moments the enemy's battery was silenced, and the Rebels were



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forced to retire. The battery was engaged frequently until the 10th of September, when, after
three hours' hard fighting, the cavalry division entered Little Rock. The battery remained at
Little Rock during the months of September and October, and was engaged in scouting and
operating against the enemy in Southern Arkansas. During the remainder of the year 1863 the
battery was divided, doing duty at different points in the State of Arkansas. One section was
stationed at Pine Bluff, one at Benton, and one at Little Rock, all occasionally participating in
important scouts and skirmishes.

On the 1st of January, 1864, the battery was ordered to concentrate at Little Rock, prepar-
atory to being mustered as a veteran battery. One hundred and twelve men out of one hundred
and twenty-nine re-enlisted ; and, of the seventeen who did not re-enlist, two-thirds were inel-
igible. On the 20th of January the battery was mustered as a veteran organization, with one
hundred and nine enlisted men and all the original officers. On the 21st the battery started for
Columbus, and arrived on the 29th. Those who did not re-enlist were left at Little Rock, and
were assigned to Battery E, Third Missouri Light Artillery. The Second Ohio Cavalry and the
Twenty-Fifth Ohio Battery arrived at Columbus on the same day, and within the same hour, and
for the same purpose. The greetings of the two organizations were most cordial. The battery
was furloughed, and within five days from the date of the furlough it was full to the maximum.
It rendezvoused at Cleveland, and on the 17th of March returned to Little Rock, by way of
Columbus, Cincinnati, Cairo, and Duvall's Bluff*. It was placed on duty in Fort Steele, where it
remained until it was newly equipped and mounted, when it was assigned to duty in the cavalry
division of the Seventh Army Corps. During the fall and winter of 1864-5 the battery remained
in camp at Little Rock, participating occasionally in scouts. On the 24th of March, 1865, it was
assigned to the First Division of the Seventh Army Corps. The battery remained at Little
Rock until after the last organized force of Rebels had surrendered. It was ordered to Ohio for
muster-out, and was finally discharged at Columbus on the 12th of December, 1865.

During its term of service the battery participated in thirteen battles and skirmishes, and
inarched six thousand three hundred and fifty one miles.



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26th OHIO INDEPENDENT BATTERY.



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THE nucleus of this organization was a detachment from the Thirty-Second Ohio
Infantry. Its complement of men wa? completed by Captain B. F. Potts (afterward
Colonel of the Thirty-Second Ohio Infantry and Brigadier-General U. S. V.) at Augusta,
Carroll County, in the month of August, 1861. After completion it was attached to the Thirty-
Second, as company F, and served with that regiment until July 20, 1862. At that time it was
detached for artillery-duty at Winchester, Virginia, fully armed and equipped as a battery of
light artillery, and called "Potts's Ohio Battery."

On General Pope's retreat, in 1862, Winchester was evacuated, and its garrison, including
the Twenty-Sixth Ohio Battery, retired to Harper's Ferry on the night of the 11th of September.
On its arrival there one section was immediately ordered to Sandy Hook, an important, point on
the road leading to Harper's Ferry, and about five miles below that place, where for two days it
skirmished with the enemy. On the 13th of September the enemy brought to bear upon this
section six pieces of artillery, which it withstood for a time, and until an order was received to
fall back toward the ferry. This order was very difficult of execution, as the National forces had
evacuated Maryland Heights, and the enemy had gained a position on the flank of the section
in order to prevent it from joining the main force ; but, with the aid and support of a Maryland
regiment, the section fought its way through to the garrison.

On the 14th a fierce artillery duel was kept up, in which the entire battery was constantly
engaged from ten o'clock A. M. until dark. It was exposed to a fierce fire from Loudon Heights
and an enfilading fire from Maryland Heights. During the same evening the position of the
battery was changed to the extreme left of the National line, where the enemy was massing a
force with the intention of making a vigorous attack.

At sunrise on the loth the Kebels opened upon the battery, front, right, and left, with twenty-
four guns, and for upward of an hour this unequal contest was continued, and for some time after
the white flag had been raised by the National forces.

In this engagement the battery occupied an exposed position in an open field, and it was



888 Ohio in the Wae.

within ten yards of its position that Colonel Miles received the wound from the effects of which
he died. After the surrender the battery, with the other troops composing the garrison, were
paroled, and sent to Chicago, where the company was rejoined to the Thirty-Second Ohio
Infantry, which had also been surrendered at Harper's Ferry.

On the 21st of January, 1863, being exchanged, the battery-company again left for the field,
in company with the Thirty-Second, and served with it through General Grant's Mississippi cam-
paign until May 16, 1864. At the battle of Champion Hills the brigade to which the Thirty-
Second was attached charged and turned the enemy's left, capturing a battery of six guns.
General John A. Logan having been informed of the proficiency of company F in artillery practice
issued an order that these guns should be placed in their, charge, and to have them in readiness
for action the next morning. Notwithstanding more than one-half the horses had been killed,
the harness cut and torn throughout, and numerous other damages to repair, yet, by the industry
and perseverance of the officers and men, the battery entered the column next morning at day-
light, ready for action.

The company was now called " Yost's Captured Battery," and during the entire siege of
Vicksburg was actively engaged. Its position was on the left of Logan's division, but it was
afterward transferred to the right of the same division, and in front of the Kebel Fort Hill,
an extremely exposed position, within three hundred yards of the enemy's works. Although
destitute of the facilities of a regular organized battery, this company endured the dangers and
hardships of the entire siege, and received high compliments from Generals McPherson and
Logan.

On the 3d of August, 1863, the company was again remanded to the Thirty-Second Ohio
Infantry; but was soon after again temporarily detached — one-half with Battery D, First Regi-
ment Illinois "Light Artillery, and the other half with the Third Ohio Battery, and was associated
with them in the expedition from Vicksburg to Canton, in October, 1863, the first-named battery
commanded by Captain S. D. Yost, and Lieutenant O. S. Lee, of the Third Ohio Battery. In
this expedition both batteries were engaged in several skirmishes.

On the recommendation of General James B. McPherson the War Department gave author-
ity to Governor Tod to transfer the company from the Thirty-Second Ohio, and on the 22d of
December, 1863, it was made into a distinct organization, and designated as the Twenty-Sixth
Ohio Battery.

The battery becoming entitled to veteran furlough it was, on the 1st of January, 1864,
ordered home to Ohio, where it remained the usual thirty days. On the 3d day of February,
1864, it returned to the field at Vicksburg, with recruits sufficient to bring it up to the maximum
strength. The battery was a participant in a number of expeditions from Vicksburg and Natchez,
resulting in skirmishes. The first raid (in July, 1864), made by the battery and other troops,
was led by General Slocum. The second was a cavalry raid from Vicksburg to Natchez, in
October, 1864, commanded by Colonel Osband. It was a very rapid and fatiguing march, accom-
panied with daily skirmishing.

On the 8th of November, 1864, the battery was ordered to report at Natchez, Mississippi, for
garrison -duty. This was the last of its active service, excepting an occasional brush with guer-
rillas in the vicinity of Natchez, and across the Mississippi River. After the close of the war
it was attached to the Texas expedition, and served on the Rio Grande until August, 1865, when
it was ordered to Ohio, and on the 2d day of September, 1865, it was mustered out of the service
at Tod Barracks, Columbus.



First Ohio Light Artillery.



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1st REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER LIGHT ARTILLERY.



ROSTER, THREE YEAES' SERVICE.



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Charles S. Cotter

Andrew J. Conkle

Warren P. Edgerton

D. T. Cockerill

F. Schultz

Wilder F. Goodspeed

A. C. SWARTSWELDEK

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Charles E. Ames

Thomas H. Oakley

Charles S. Cotter

William A. StanJart

Dennis Kenny, jr

Warren P. Edgerton

Andrew J. Conkle

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William L. De Beck

Henrv P Hvman

Joseph Bartlett

I. F. Huntington

L. N. Robinson

Wilber F. Goodspeed

Daniel K. Seutliwiek

Juhn X. Bennett

Hubert Dilger

T. C. Gibbs

Alexander Marshall

Louis Heckmau

Marco B. Gary

George W. Norton

Norman A. Baldwin

Giles J. Cockerill ,

Albert G. Ransom

Stephen W. Dorsey

William H. Pease

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Charles W. Scoville

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Albert L. Beckb-y

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Albert G. Ransom

Stephen W. Dorsey

John H. Miller

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Lemuel R. Porter

Samuel M. E-ipey ,

Giles J. Cockerill

Constautine Schwerer

Ferdinand Amann

George B. Haskins

Henry F. Hymau

William Dammert

Alexander Marshall

John D. Holden

George W. Norton

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T. C. Gibbs

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James H. Miller

Joseph D. King

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Mustered out with battery.

Resigned as 2d Lieutenant January 8, 1364.

Revoked.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out October 12, 1861.

Mustered out with battery.

Resigued October 12, 1-6 i.

Resigned Octob -r 12, 1564.

Declined promotion.

Mustered out.

Mustered out with battery.

Declined promotion.

Decliued promot'u ; must'd out with bat'y.

Commission revoked August 16, 1864.

Mustered out with battery.

Declined promot'n ; must'd out with bat'y.

Mustered out September 13, 1865.

Declined promotion.

Mustered out with battery.

Declined promot'n ; must'd out with bat'y.

Resigned as 2d Lieutenant Feb. 23, 1865.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out July 4, 1865.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out with battery.

Mustered out with battery.

Promoted.

Resigned March 15, 1862.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Discharged November 18, 1S62.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted : mustered out October 23, 1863

Resigned April 1, 1862.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Resigned October 15, 1S62.

Promoted.

Resigned September 25, 1862

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Resigned June 17, 1862.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.
Promoted.

Promoted.

Resigned May 11, 1863.

Promoted.

Died December 30, 1862.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Resigned March 12, 1863.

Promoted.

Resigned June 5, 1863.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Declined promotion.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Promoted

Died.

Resigned January 8, lt-64.

Promoted.

Promoted.

Declined promot'n ; must'd out with bat y.



Fikst Ohio Light Artillery.



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Elijah S. Gurney

John Lynch

James Gildea

Columbus Rodamour

J. B. Steven's

Jacob Zeigh-r

"William F. Sliney

Samuel \V. Treat

John H. Reis _..

Moses G. Ransom

Lowell M. Palmer ...

Josephus G. Laukester..

James Storer

Willard M. W'olcher

Albert Edwards

Edward Herriman

B. K. Davis

Henry C. Grant

Silcott Miller

Josiah Brown

Albert Reagler ,

Joseph Maloney

Cecil C. Reed

Charles Kortzbue

Stephen Sloane

James Harris

William H. Perrigo

William M. Camp

Lee P. Beatty

William H. Smith

William W. Pixley

Stephen Slane

Milton A. Mitchell

Edward Van Antwerp..

Cornelius Linehan

William Evans

William E. Parmlee

Philip Hanser

Lewis B. Maxwell

Silas H. Judson

William H. Manning....

Otto Marolotze

Frederick Miller

F. W. Edgerton



DATE OF KA>'K,



March 23,
June 4,



May
June

May

June
May
July
Nov.

Jan.

Nov.

Dec.

Oct.

March 30,

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14,

26,

as,

26.
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20,
20,
20,



June
Sept.



Feb.
May



COM. ISSUED.



Aug.
June
May
Aug.
June

Aug.
June
Aug.

Jan.



15

March 3
Jan. 16,

25
March 30

30,
April 7
May 9,



June

Sept.



May



REMARKS.



Declined prom. ; mnst'd out with battery.



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