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the battle of Bentonville, North Carolina, on the 19th of March. In this battle it sustained a
loss of one man killed and one officer, Captain W. B. "Wicker, of company E, and four men
wounded, and ten men missing. On this campaign a large amount of railroad was destroyed by
this regiment, and it drew its subsistence entirely from the country through which it passed, and
also supplied the horses and mules which belonged to it with sufficient forage. Twenty-one
Rebel prisoners were captured by the regiment during this campaign.

During the battle on the 19th of March at Bentonville, Lieutenant-Colonel McMahan was
assigned to the command of his brigade, and Captain Samuel F. Cheney, of company B, to the
command of the Twenty-First Ohio. This was the last hostile meeting of this regiment with the
enemy. The Rebels retired rapidly from Goldsboro' through Raleigh, North Carolina, the regi-
ment marching through that city on the 12th of April, 1865, and moved forward to Martha's
Vineyard, where it remained until the Confederate forces under General Joseph E. Johnston laid
down their arms and dispersed. The regiment then returned to Washington via Richmond,
Virginia, and was present at the grand review on the 26th day of May, 1865. It then pro-
ceeded to Louisville, Kentucky, where it was mustered out of service, and from there returned to
Columbus, Ohio, where it was finally discharged and paid on the 28th day of July.



Twenty-Second Ohio Infantry.



153



22d REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



ROSTER, THREE MONTHS' SERVICE.



DATE OF BANK



COM. ISSUED.



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WM. E. GILMORE

JOHN A. FlNLEY

Julius A. Penn

Douglass Day

Isaac L. Crane.

Julius R. Schenck

George F. Reed

Erastus E. Guthrie

Solomon S. Robinson....

Jesse D. Appier

George W. Hulick

John M. Bell

George Weihelm ,

Nathan Pickett

Farron Olmstead

Wm. T.Payne

Alexander C. Maitland

Julius C. Steaduian

John H. Nugent ,

Oliver Wood

Edward Links

Charles A. White

Benj. L. Tryer

Benj. G. Harrison

Itohert L. McKinley

Charles G. McArthur....

E. M. Hall

Chas. H. Shultz

Horace W. Deshler

James R. Blackburn

John C. Collins

Lowell H. Smith

Jerrie Howser

Francis M. Mills

George W. Rutledge

Jackson Woodson

Henry W. Ray burn

W . H. Brown



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Resigned.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



.DATE OF RANK.



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CRAFTS J. WRIGHT....

OLIVER WOOD

J. T. St. James

Benm. T. Weight

Homer Thrall

G. W. Anderson

Oliver Wood

George R. French

John B. Bell

H. E. Foote _

A. M. Brown ,

W. H. Gilmore

C. E. Barb

JolmH. Fox

Oliver Wood

Benj. F.Wright

Homer Thrall

Peter O. Cain

George H. Lemley ,

Wm. W. Sosrnan

Moses Kline

A. J. Hall

Thomas C. Mitchell

George R. French

• 'banning Richards

John Craighan

Charles W. Miner

John Birch

Channing Richards, jr....

Win. 0. Miller

Wm. Govett

J. T. Campbell ,

Jacob Zwiedler

Wm. Ambrose



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Nov. 12, 1862'Mustered out.
Aug. 5, " Died April 8, 1S62.

" 5, " Resigned September 9, 1862.

Nov. 30, " Mustered out.
Aug. 5, " Resigned May 9, 1S62.

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Aug. 5, " Resigned February 11, 1862.

Mustered out.

1862 Promoted to Surgeon 6Sth 0. V. I.

Resigned May 24, 1863.

Resigned May 21, 1862.

Resigned May 6, 1862.

Promoted to Major May 9, 1862.

Promoted to Major May 1, 1862.

Promoted to Major September 16, 1862.

Killed June 27, 1862.

Died February 10, 1862.

Honorably discharged September 11, 1862.

Mustered out.

Died April II, 1862.

Resigned February 1, 1862.

Promoted to Major.

Resigned Septembers, 1862.

Resigned July 17, 1865.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out.
Oct. 23, " Mustered out.
Nov. 30, " Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Resigned as 1st Lieut. March 12, 1863; revoked.

Commission returned.



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Wm. E. Lock wood

Wm. Govett

Charles A. Barton

E. F. Smith

George V. Anker

Daniel Shewnian

Pleasant \V. Frogge....

Win. A mli rose

.Jacob Zwiedler

James Evans

George R. French

E. Ke»ner

dimming Richards

Robert McGregor

.lames Ferris

John Birch

W. E. Fav

Wm. Bradford

John S. McCHntock....

.Martin Beim

Edwin E. Thomas

Wm. E. Lock wood

Edward Walcott

James W. Whitehead..
Larkin II. Moreland...

Alvis Fisher

Jacob A. Fritz

Eugene Armour

Daniel J. llytenger

Joseph I). Emory

Alvis Fisher

Jacob A. Pritz

Moses H. White

John Buxton

J. S. McCIintock

John W. Wallace

J. S. Delavie

A. G. Dinsmore

Wm. Sands

W. C. Miller

Alvis Fisher

John Craighan

John Birch

E. Kesner

Martin Beim

Thomas J. Roads

Robert McGregor

J. T. Campbell

James Whitehead

L. Moreland

Edward W.Thomas

Jacob A. Fritz

Wm. E. Lockwood

Eugene Armour

John Christie

John Buxton

John R. Brow mil

Joseph D. Emory

Alexander C. Barr

Moses H. White

Thomas A. Pollock ,

Jacob Day

Henry Digby

Wm. Kramme



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Promoted to Captain.

Resigned April IS, 1862.

Resigned Februarv 11, 1862.

Resigned July 14, 1S62.

Mustered out June 2."), 1S62.

Resigned February 2.j, 1861.

Dismissed December 21, 1S62.

Promoted Sept. 16; resigned March 12, 1S63.

Kesisrned January IS, 1862.

Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out.

Promoted to Captain.

designed April 16, 1862.

Resigned March 16, 1862.

Resigned May 14, l.>62.

Promoted to Captain.

Discharged October 6, 1S62.

Mustered out.

Honorably discharged October 21, 1862.

Mustered out.

Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Revoked.

Revoked.

Resigned July 11, 1S63.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant May 6, 1862.

Resigned January 8, 1862.

Resigned March 5, 1862.

Resigned April 18, 1862.

Resigned Septembers, 1S61.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned July I, 1861.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Resigned January 17, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

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 August 14, 1803.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Mustered out.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Mustered out.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Mustered out.
Mastered out.
Mustered out.



Twenty-Second Ohio Infantry. 155



TWENTY-SECOND OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



THE TWENTY-SECOND OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY was one of
the offshoots of the appointment of Major-General John C. Fremont to the command
of the Western Department. Its place of organization was Benton Barracks, near St.
Louis, Missouri. Although officered by Ohio men, and its ranks filled mainly from the coun-
ties of the "Buckeye State," it was organized originally under the name of the Thirteenth
Missouri Volunteer Infantry, and mustered into the service November 5th, 1861. It started to
the field as a Missouri regiment, on the 2Gth of January, 1862, with the Colonel, three of the
other field-officers, and eight of the Captains from Ohio.

On the 26th of January, 1862, the regiment received orders to proceed by rail and transports
to Cairo, Illinois, and there report to Brigadier-General Grant, then commanding that district.
On its arrival at Cairo it was met by orders to proceed to Smithland, Kentucky, reporting to
Colonel Lanman, commanding that post. On its arrival at Smithland, the men had barely
time to get camp and gai-rison equipage to the place selected for their camp, when orders came
to prepare three days' rations and march in light order to support a cavalry reeonnoissance then
in progress toward Fort Henry. This movement was made on the 31st of January. After
marching nearly two days the cavalry force was met on its return, and the next morning the
regiment started back to Smithland, having carried out the intent of their instructions. This
march was the first experience of the regiment in field-service ; and, owing to a sudden change
of weather from summer to winter, its initiation was quite severe.

Orders were found awaiting the regiment at Smithland, to proceed by transports up the
Tennessee River, as a part of the investing force against Fort Henry. It was found, however,
on its arrival at Fort Henry that General Grant was already in possession of that fort, and was
busily engaged in organizing the army for an attack on Fort Donelson. In the organization of
this force the Thirteenth Missouri was brigaded in General C. F. Smith's Division. In the first
attack the position of the regiment was near the left of the line, and as the heavy fighting took
place on the right they were not exposed to much danger. On the 15th, when General Smith
assaulted the enemy's works on the right, the regiment was in position near the center, two miles
from the point of assault. Receiving orders to report at once to the left the men dropped their
knapsacks, blankets, overcoats, in fact everything but their arms and ammunition, and reported
on the " double-quick " to the General. Lanman's brigade had charged, and were now holding
the outer works under a storm of grape and canister from the enemy's heavy batteries.

Night found the regiment in a position to support Lanman. During the night orders came
directing the regiment ' to prepare for storming the batteries at day-break of the ensuing
morning. The dawn found the regiment in front of Lanman's advanced position. Everything
was in readiness, and all ears anxiously waiting to hear the signal to charge given. But the
Rebel batteries were silent, eliciting many surmises as to the reason. Presently a sound from
the interior of the fort attracted all eyes in that direction — the white flag of surrender was dis-
covered floating from the principal work.

After occupying the fort for a few days orders were received to proceed to Clarksville, thence
to Nashville, thence back to Clarksville. From Clarksville the next move was to Pittsburg



156 Ohio in the War.

Landing, where the regiment arrived on the 20th of March. It lay in camp until the morning
of the 6th of April, the day of the commencement of the battle of Shiloh, when it was ordered
into line of battle. The numerical force of the regiment at this time was four hundred and fifty
officers and men. During the two days of that well-contested battle the regiment was warmly
engaged, and lost in killed and wounded eighty-nine officers and men. Early in the first day's
fight the gallant Lieutenant-Colonel St. James fell mortally wounded. (About this time several
changes occurred in the staff. Major C. W. Anderson resigned, and Captains Wright and Wood
were promoted, the first to the position of Lieutenant-Colonel, the latter to that of Major. Sur-
geon Bell had resigned, and his place filled by Doctor Henry E. Foote, of Cincinnati.)

In the slow and tedious advance on Corinth, succeeding the battle of Shiloh, the regiment
was continually in the front, and on the evacuation of Corinth by the enemy marched with the
army to Booneville, Mississippi, in pursuit, and then returned to Corinth.

On the 7th of July, 1862, the Secretary of War, recognizing the absurdity of designating the
regiment by an erroneous title, issued an order transferring the Thirteenth Missouri Volunteers
to the State of Ohio, to be named the Twenty-Second Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

The long sojourn of our troops at Corinth was terminated about the 17th of September, 1862.
At that time the Twenty-Second Ohio moved with the army upon Iuka, Mississippi, where the
Rebel General Price was in force. Nothing of interest, however, occurred on this expedition,
that is, so far as the regiment was concerned.

On the 16th of September, 1862, Colonel Crafts J. Wright and Lieutenant-Colonel Wright
tendered their resignations, which were accepted. This left the regiment under the command of
Major Wood.

October 3d came before the calm was broken at Corinth. On that memorable day the Rebel
Generals Price and Van Dorn appeared before the place, eager to secure the post of Corinth and
the vast supplies collected there. The Rebels were confident of an easy victory and the capture
of the place. Major-General Rosecrans, commanding the National forces, was perfect master of
the situation. He allowed the overconfident Rebels to precipitate themselves completely within
the trap he had so ingeniously prepared for them, and although the enemy at one time threatened
to " carry off the trap," they were soundly thrashed, and sent reeling into the swamps and bayous
of Mississippi. The Twenty-Second did not participate in this sanguinary struggle, having been
detailed for post duty. The regiment joined in the pursuit of the Rebels, but, like the whole
army engaged in that fruitless race, gained no laurels.

Two months passed away without action. In December, 1862, the Rebel General Forrest
made a raid upon the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, one of the channels of communications of Iuka
with the outer world. By mistake the Twenty-Second was sent to look after Forrest, supposing
the regiment belonged to the Ohio brigade. The error was not rectified before reaching Trenton,
at which place it was left as garrison and railroad guard. Again occurred a quiet of two or
three months, nothing more exciting occurring than an occasional 6cout for guerrillas, from
which the detachments sent out generally returned successful. Whilst at Trenton a detachment
of the Twenty-Second captured the notorious guerrilla chief Colonel Dawson, who afterward died
in the Alton (Illinois) penitentiary.

March 11th, 1863, brought orders for the regiment to evacuate the Mobile and Ohio Railroad,
and report at Jackson, Tennessee. It was ordered back to Corinth April 29th, and returned to
Jackson, Tennessee, May 3d, 1863. May 29th it was ordered to move by rail to Memphis, and
on arrival there found preparations being made to move to the vicinity of Vicksburg. On the
1st of June the regiment embarked on transports for Haines's Bluff, on the Yazoo River. It
arrived there on the 3d of June, and was engaged in throwing up earthworks until July 16th,
when orders were received to report at Helena, Arkansas. General Steele was engaged at this
point in organizing the Army of the Arkansas. The Twenty-Second Ohio was made part of this
organization, and on the 13th of August, 1863, left Helena with the army for Little Rock.
After marching twenty-nine davs the National forces entered the Capital of Arkansas with but
■light difficulty, tne cavalry arm of the expedition bearing the brunt of all opposition.



Twenty-Second Ohio Infantey. 157

The occupation of Little Rock occurred on September 10th, 1863, and from that time to
October 28th the Twenty-Second remained there, when orders were issued for the regiment to
proceed to Brownsville, Arkansas, to aid in guarding the railroad connecting Little Rock and
Duvall's Bluff. Nearly one year was consumed in this duty, remaining at Brownsville from
October 30th, 1863, until October 26th, 1864. During the whole of this time nothing of impor-
tance occurred, with the exception of a few dashes after guerrillas. These outlaws were peculiarly
brutal in Arkansas — veritable murderers — real Cain-marked scoundrels, who scrupled at nothing
in the way of cruelty and outrage. The Twenty-Second, as a general thing, did not bring in
any prisoners when returning from such expeditions. A portion of the time the regiment was
on this duty one hundred and sixty of the men were mounted.

In February, 1864, one hundred and five officers and men re-enlisted as veterans. Captains
Craighan and Miner, with Lieutenants Whitehead, Pollock, and Buxton, making up the list of
officers remaining with the detachment. Beside the veterans there were eighty-nine recruits.
On the 26th of October, 1864, the regiment received orders to report at Camp Dennison, Ohio, to
complete their record, and be mustered out of the service. The same locomotive which drew the
regiment from its first camp of rendezvous at St. Louis, also drew it from Little Rock to Duvall's
Bluff, and when the regiment reached the mouth of White River they embarked on the steamer
Continental, the same boat that carried them into service.

The regiment arrived in Cincinnati November 7th, 1864, and proceeded at once to Camp
Dennison, where, on the 18th- of November, it was mustered out of service, completing its term
of three years and a few days over.



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23d REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



Colonel

Do

Do

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Lt. Colonel....

Do

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DATE OF RANK.



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\V. 8. ROSECRANS

E. PARKER SCAMMON.

K. B. HAYES

JAMES M. COMLY

Stanley Mathews

R. 15. Hayes

James M. Comly

Russell Hastings

R. B. Hayes

James M. Comly

James P. McIlkath

Harry Thompson

Joseph T. Webb

John McCukdy

Joseph E. Barret

James McClure

Elmore Y. King

Amos Wilson

Boswell G. French

Anson P. Jones

J. P. Mellrath

G. It. Giddings

Jolin W. Skiles

II. S. Lovejoy

\V. H. Zimmerman

Israel Can by

\V. Slocuin

J. L. Drake

II. B. Moore

D. C. Howard

Carlos A. Sparry

\V. J. Woodward

Henry Monroe Haven

Abraham A. Hunter

Selleck B. Warren

Henry G. Hood

Wm. S. Kite

Martin P. Avery ,

George W. Stevens

Russell Hastings ,

DeHaven K. Smith

Harry Thompson

John U. Hiitz

Harrison G. Otis

Jonathan H. McMullen....

John S. Ellen

Andrew Y. Austin

Edward A. Abbott

Amos F. Giliis

Win. McKinley, jr

Charles W. Atkinson

Win. E. Sweet

Francis M. Kelley

Leanedr H. I^ane

Maurice Watkins

Wm. C. Lyon

Eugene Clark

Charles H. Morgan

W. J. Woodward

C. A.Sperry

.1. Ross McMnllin

Abraham A. Hunter

W. S. Rice

Cyrus N. Fisher

Henry G. Hood

J. P. Cunningham

S. B. Warren..

Fred. II. Bacon

Charles E. Reichenback....

John F. Walls

Martin P. Avery

Henry Richardson

James Naught on

John E. Jewett

James L. Bottsl'ord

W. W. Slieppard

11. P. Kennedy

George W. Stevens

Russell Hastings

DeHaven K. Smith

Harry Thompson

Archie C, Fisk

Adam W. Durkee

Andrew Y. Austin

Benj. F. Cooper



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June 24,

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Appointed Brigadier-General.

Appointed Brigadier-General October 15, 186?.

Appointed Brigadier-General October 29, 1864.

Mustered out with regiment.

Promoted to Colonel of Fifty-First regiment.

Promoted to Colonel October 15, 1862.

Promoted to Colonel.

Mustered out with regiment.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.

Mustered out.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out October 26, 1862.

Promoted to new regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

.Mustered out with regiment.

Resigned April 30, 1862.

Discharged August 31, 1863.

Promoted to Major.

Appointed Major U. S. A, [July 29, 1863.

Appointed Major 88th O. V. I. by War Depl.,

Resigned February 14, 1863.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Resigned July 17, 1S61.

Resigned September 24, 1862.

Resigned March 23, 1862.

Resigned February 11, 1862.

Mustered out.

Died November 6, 1861.

Resigned November 30, 1862.

Killed May 9, 1864.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Mustered out.

Honorably discharged April 19, 1864.

Mustered out.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.

Revoked.

Promoted to Major.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Honorably discharged December 31, 1864.

Honorably discharged November 30, 1864.

Rilled in action S(pteinber3, 1864.

Mustered out with regiment.

Rilled in action September 3, 1864.

On detached duty at muster out of regiment.

Mastered out with regiment.

Discharged March 13, 1865.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Blustered out with regiment.

Musteied out.

.Mustered out with regiment.

Mastered out with regiment.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned July 19, 1861.



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