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lSfi2 Resigned February 14, 1863.
1S63 Died August 11, la03.

Revoked:
isr.4 Mustered out as Lt. Colonel April 8, 1865.
IS65 Mustered out with regiment as Lt. Col.
1S62 Promoted to Colonel.

1863 Resigned July 23, 1S63.
Promoted to Colonel.

1864 Mustered out December 20, 1864.

1865 Promoted to Colonel.
Mustered out with regiment as Major.

1S62 Silled at Corinth October 4, 1862.

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1863 Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.

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Absent per Special Order.
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Promoted ; resigned January 15, 1S63.

Resigned April 27, 1863.

Promoted to Major.

Resigned March 8, 1S63.

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Promoted to Major.

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Resigned June 13, 1S62.

Resigned.

Promoted to Major.

Declined.

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Honot-ably discharged September 21, 1864.

Mustered out January 12, 1865.

Died November 25. Is63.

Resigned July 30, 1864.

Revoked.

Honorably discharged September 21, 1864.

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Mustered out December 20, 1S64.

Mustered out March 12, 1S65.

Resigned as 1st Lieutenant July 30, 1S64.

Promoted to Major.

Detached at own request.

Resigned January 3, 1865.

Detached at own request.

Detached at own request.

Promoted to Major.

Mustered out with regiment.

Resigned January 31, 1S65, as 1st Lieutenant.

Mustered out with regiment.

-Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

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Resigned June 29, 1S63.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned September 2. 1S62.

Resigned March 21, 1S62.

Promoted to Captain.

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Resigned June 26, 1S62.

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Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Declined.

Resigned July 12, 1863.

Resigned February 25, 1863.

Promoted to Captain.

Killed October 4, 1S62.

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Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.



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Oliver C. Bowleson

George F. Robinson

Robert G. Hill

John Beatty

Henry W. Kirby

Win. Hay

Frank. M. Ross

Frederick Buell

Thomas W. Collier

Nicholas R. Tidball

John Bid well

James E. Graham

James M. Scott

John Wilson

Peter Hack

George W. Maw

Sylvester Baldwin

Milton B. Culter

James M. Cochran

Christian Deis

Freeman Davis

Sylvester S. West

Othello M. Everett

Alpheus B. Davis

Frank R. Price

Cyrus W. Borton

Wilson M. Courtwright ....

John Isenogle

Ebenezer H. McCall

Zaven Lanning

George B. Wilson

Samuel Clark

James McBain

.1. H. Cateral

Wm. H. Anderson

Otis W. Hoiles

Solomon Murphey

James McBair

James E. Philpot

John J. Robinson, jr

John McLaughlin

Daniel G. Hildt

John D. Ross

Frank. Farmer

Chas. F. Espy

Jacob W. Doyle

Oliver C. Bowleson

Henry 0. Robinson

George F. Robinson

Roberta. Hill

John Beatty

Thomas L. Patton

Henry W. Kirby

John Bid well

Wm. Hay

Thomas W. Collier

James M. Scott

James E. Graham

Frederick Buell

Nicholas R. Tidball

John Wilson

George W. Maw

Sylvester Baldwin

Milton B. Culler

James M. Cochran

Frank H. Price

Christian Deis

Freeman Davis

Daniel Suiter

James B. Wilson

Adam Walters

David A. Mulvane

George W. Cox

John C. Miller...

Joseph Pershing

John M. Potts

Joseph Finley

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Promoted to Captain.

Honorably discharged January 7, 1865.

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Mustered out December 21, 1864.

Promoted to Captain.

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Honorably discharged June 1, 1862.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

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Promoted to Captain.

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Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out.

Promoted to Captain.

Insane; sick in hospital at Newbern, N. C.

Mustered out.

Promoted to Captain.

Mustered out.

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Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

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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 as Serg't Major.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

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Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

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Resigned August 22, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Resigned February 22, 1.S62.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

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Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted ; resigned July 27, 1S63.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

On detached service at own request.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.



Mustered out with regiment as Sergeants ;
complimentary commissions given alter
they were mustered out.



460 Ohio in the War.



EIGHTIETH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



THE EIGHTIETH OHIO was recruited principally in the counties of Tuscarawas,
Coshocton, and Carroll, and was organized at Camp Meigs, near Canal Dover, in Tus-
carawas County. It left Camp Meigs Avith nine hundred and nineteen men, in February,
1862, and was taken by rail to Columbus, and thence by rail and river to Paducah, Kentucky.
The regiment was not armed until it reached Paducah.

On April 20, 1862, it left Paducah, and was taken up the Tennessee River on transports to
Hamburg Landing. Here it was assigned to General Pope's command, and it operated with that
army throughout the siege of Corinth. On the 9th of May the regiment was ordered to the sup-
port of a Missouri Battery in front of Farmington, and in performing that duty was for the first
time under fire. Thereafter during the siege it was frequently under fire in skirmishes and
reconnoissances.

On the evacuation of Corinth it pursued the enemy as far as Booneville, Mississippi, and
then returned to Corinth. On June 22d the regiment made a forced march to Ripley, Mississippi,
a distance of forty-six miles, during which it suffered intensely from the dust and heat, and a
number of the men died from the effects of sun-stroke.

On September 19th the regiment took part in the battle of Iuka, and lost forty-five men
killed and wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel M. H. Bartleson commanded the regiment in this
battle, and was severely wounded in the thigh. His horse was killed under him at the same
time. Adjutant James E. Philpot was also wounded.

The Eightieth was now ordered to Jacinto for the purpose of watching the movements of the
Rebels under General Price. It remained there some days scouting and drilling ; then moved to
Corinth. It took a prominent part in the battle that ensued and lost heavily. Major Richard
Lanning, in command of the regiment, was killed, as also was First Lieutenant John J. Robin-
son of company C. Lieutenants Oliver C. Bowleson and George F. Robinson were both severely
wounded. The total loss of the regiment in this battle was eighty officers and men killed and
wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel Bartleson, although yet suffering severely from his wound, hearing
of Major Lanning's death, mounted his horse and commanded the regiment through the remain-
der of the battle. It joined in the pursuit of the Rebels, and made some very severe marches.
Returning to Corinth it remained there but a few days, and then marched with Grant's army
through Central Mississippi. On this march the Eightieth, in company with General Sullivan's
brigade, took part in a reconnoissance from Davis's Mills to Cold Water. General Sullivan, in
pressing forward, went into Holly Springs, Mississippi, surprised the Rebels, and took a number
of prisoners. Holly Springs was beyond the point to which General Sullivan was ordered, and
he was immediately ordered back to Davis's Mills. In executing that order a forced march of
twenty-two miles was made. For several miles on this march the Rebels in heavy force were in
plain view, but for some cause they failed to attack.

The march toward Vicksburg was resumed, but owing to the destruction by the Rebels of the
National stores at Holly Springs, the whole army abandoned the movement, and returned to
Holly Springs. The Eightieth, with General Quinby's division, was ordered as guard of a pro-
vision train to Memphis, Tennessee, there to load with rations and return to the remainder of the
army, then making its way toward Memphis, repairing the railroad as it marched.

The regiment remained in camp at Forrest Hill, eighteen miles east of Memphis, until



Eightieth Ohio Infantry. 461

about the middle of February. Marching into Memphis, it went into camp in the suburbs of the
city, preparatory to the Vicksburg expedition. While at Memphis Colonel Eckly resigned his
commission and returned to Ohio.

On March 1, 1863, the regiment embarked on the steamer Ed. Walsh and was taken to
Woodruff's Landing. From this point it was ordered back to Helena, and in a few days there-
after it went with Quinby's division on the Yazoo Pass expedition. This was one of the wildest
the regiment participated in during its whole service.

Returning to Helena it almost immediately moved to Milliken's Bend. It there disembarked
and marched around through Richmond, Louisiana, and crossed the Mississippi River at Bruins-
burg, with Grant's forces, on the 1st of May, 1863. The battle of Port Gibson was fought on that
day, but the regiment did not get up in time to participate. It marched, however, in line of bat-
tle, and skirmished with the enemy almost the whole way to Little Black River.

On May 12th the regiment participated in the battle of Raymond, but did not lose any men.
Two days later, at Jackson, the Eighteenth with its brigade had a desperate fight, and in a charge
made by the brigade lost about one-third of it3 number killed and wounded. Captain Wallace
and Lieutenant Tidball were wounded. Just after the charge was ended, General McPherson, in
command of the Seventeenth Corps, rode up to the regiment, and lifting his hat, exclaimed,
"God Almighty bless the Eightieth Ohio." Its loss was ninety killed and wounded.

At Champion Hills, May 16th, the Eightieth occupied the rear as train-guard, and did not
actively participate in the battle. The next morning it was detailed as guard to one thousand
five hundred Rebel prisoners, and ordered to take them to Memphis. This duty performed it
returned to Vicksburg and took part in the entire siege and capture of that Rebel stronghold.

About a month after the capture of Vicksburg, the regiment went to Helena to re-enforce
General Steele, who was moving on Little Rock. But before it reached General Steele informa-
tion was received of the repulse at Chickamauga, and it was immediately ordered to Memphis,
there to join General Sherman's forces in their march to Chattanooga, a distance of nearly four
hundred miles. It reached the bank of the Tennessee River, opposite the mouth of Chicka-
mauga Creek, and the regiment with other troops crossed in pontoon boats soon after midnight
of the 22d of November. By daylight strong earthworks were thrown up to cover the men until
the pontoon bridge was laid over the river.

On the evening of the 23d the regiment with its division marched out and took the east end
of Mission Ridge. That night the regiment was on the skirmish-line for seven hours without
relief. Next day the regiment, in entering the battle, was compelled to pass around a point of
rocks covered by three Rebel batteries, and was exposed to a most terrific artillery fire. Singular
to relate, not a man was hit. It entered the fight just east of the tunnel, was hotly engaged
until near nightfall, and lost several commissioned officers and nearly one hundred men. Captain
John Kinney was shot through the heart and killed. Lieutenant F. M. Ross was also killed.
Lieutenant F. Robinson was wounded and captured. Lieutenant George Maw was captured.

After the battle the regiment pursued the Rebels to Graysville, Georgia, and then returned
to its old camp near Chattanooga. From thence it went to Bridgeport. While here the regiment
and division were permanently transferred from the Seventeenth to the Fifteenth Corps.

January 6, 1S64, found the regiment at Huntsville, Alabama. Shortly after this it re-enlisted
for another term. After wintering near Huntsville, the regiment started, on the 1st of April, to
enjoy its veteran furlough of thirty days at home, in Ohio.

At the expiration of its furlough the Eightieth returned to Larkinsville, Alabama, where it
performed guard-duty on the line of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad.

In June, 1864, the regiment went from Huntsville to Charleston, Georgia, a long and tedious
March. From Kingston it went to Alatoona, and remained two weeks, and was then ordered back
to Resaca to relieve the Tenth Missouri. While at Resaca the Rebel General Hood made his
dash to the rear of General Sherman's army. On the 12th of October twenty-eight thousand
Rebels appeared before Resaca, invested the place, and demanded its surrender. Colonel Weaver
of the Seventeenth Iowa, in command of Resaca, replied that "he was there to defend the post,



462 Ohio in the War.

and if the Rebel Commander wanted it he might come and take it." They immediately opened
on the garrison with artillery and musketry from the entire line. The National force numbered
barely one thousand men, but by a ruse, in displaying numerous flags, and placing the entire
force on the picket-line, the Rebels were made to believe that it consisted of at least ten thou-
sand men, and that it would cost too much loss of life to risk an assault. After annoying the
little garrison for two days the enemy withdrew, and swept up the railroad toward Chattanooga,
destroying the road as they marched.

From Resaca the Eightieth marched back to Atlanta, and joined General Sherman's " march
to the sea." It went through to Savannah without meeting or performing anything of special
interest. After the capture of Savannah the regiment was quartered near the city, and remained
in camp until the 19th of January, 1865. It was then, with its division, ordered to Pocotaligo,
and from that point made its way through to Goldsboro', participating on the way in a brisk
skirmish with the enemy at Salkahatchie River.

On March 19th, at Cox's Bridge, over the Neuse River, the regiment performed an important
flank movement, under Colonel Morris, for the purpose of preventing the Rebels from burning
the bridge. The movement was successful, the Rebels being compelled to withdraw and leave
the way open to Goldsboro'.

The Eightieth Ohio then marched to Bentonville, and reached that place in time to parti-
cipate in the closing scenes of that battle. It then marched to Goldsboro', where, after being
refitted, it went to Raleigh, North Carolina. On this march the Eightieth Ohio held the advance
of the whole army the day it crossed the Neuse River. It was ordered to make a forced march
to an important bridge over that river, and, if possible, prevent the Rebels from destroying it.
In four hours' time it made seventeen miles, and accomplished its order to the letter. As it came
in sight of the bridge several Rebel wagons were in the act of crossing it. When the regiment
reached it one end was on fire, but it was easily extinguished.

Raleigh was reached on the day it was first occupied by Federal troops. After the surrender
of Johnston's Rebel army to General Sherman, the Eightieth Ohio marched, with the rest of the
National forces, through Richmond to Washington City, and there participated in the grand
review. A few days thereafter it was taken by rail and river to Louisville, Kentucky, and from
thence to Little Rock, Arkansas, where, for some months, it performed guard and garrison-duty.

The last-named duty closed its military career. It was mustered out of the service at Little
Rock, August 15, 1865, arrived at Columbus. Ohio, in a few days thereafter, and was finally dis-
charged Aug'ist 25, 1865.



Eighty-First Ohio Infantry.



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81st REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



ROSTER, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



DATE OF RANK.



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THOMAS MORTON

ROBERT N. ADAMS..

.John A. Turley ,

Robert N. Adams

James W. Titus

Wm. H. Hill

Chas. N. Laimison

Robert N. Adams

Franklin Evans

James W. Titus ,

Wm. H. Chamberlain .

Wm. C. Henry

Wm. H. Lamme ,

R. G. McLean ,

Wm. C. Jacobs

R. G. McLean

J. T. Reed

John W. Green

C. R. Reed ,

John Whittaker

Hiram M. Shaffer

James Young

Peter 0. Kane

Martin Armstrong

Robert N. Adams

Peter A. Tyler

George A. Taylor

(Jzro J. Dodds

Chas. M. Hughes

R. B. Kiusell

R. T. Lanius

James W. Titus

Samuel E. Adams

Wm. 11. Hill ,

Wm. C. Henry

James Gibson

George W Overmyer ....

Benj. V. Matthews

Wm. H. Chamberlain ..

Chas. Lane

James II. Conns

George L. Hughes

Noah Stoker ,

David S. Van Pelt

Wesley B. Guthrie

Hugh K. S. Robinson...

Chas. W. Lockwood

Uliver P. Irion

Jonathan McCain

George W. Dixon

Kobert E. Rouey

Wm. A. Johnson

James C. Crawford

Benj. R. Howell

C. C. Platter

Rufus K. Darling

Ira Ffoutz

John Allaback

Samuel E. Adams

Prank Evans

Daniel Sherman

James W. Titus

Wm. H. Chamberlain ...

T. Agerter

Wm. C. Henry

John L. Hughes

Eli A. James

Wm. E. Wilcox

James II. Conns

David S. Van Pelt

John R. Hunt

Wesley B. Guthrie

Hugh K.S. Robinson

Caleb J. Sprague

Chas. Lane

Chas. W. Lockwood

Uliver P. Irion

Noah Stoker

Hezekiah Hoover

Jonathan McCain

Timothy Shaffer

George W. Dixon

James C. Crawford

Uobert E. Roney

Wm. A. Johnson



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Appointed Brevet Brigadier-General.

Resigned December 1, 1861.

Promoted to Colonel.

Resigned September 8, 1864.

Mustered out with regiment.

Resigned April 6, 1862.

Never commissioned.

Resigned June 27, 1864.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.

Resigned.

Mustered out with regiment.

Resigned March 31, 1862.

Resigned November 6, 1S62.

Mustered out with regiment.

Promoted to Surgeon.

Resigned.

Risigned.

Never reported.

Resigned November 11. 1864.

Mustered out August 24, 1864.

Resigned December 26, 1863.

In 22d Regiment.

Killed at Pittsburg Landing April 7, 1862.

Promoted to Major.

Discharged February 20, 1863.

Resigned December 7, 1861.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Col. 1st Ala. Col Reg

Resigned September 3, 1862.

Resigned August 15, 1862.

Resigned February 13, 1863.

Promoted to Major.

Declined.

Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.

Promoted to Major.

Honorably discharged March 27, 1865.

Honorably discharged November 6, 1864.

Resigned December 31, 1862.

Promoted to Major.

Killed July 22, 1S64.

Honorably discharged November 2?, 1863.

Honorably discharged March 11, 1864.

Mustered out.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out July 25, 1865.

Declined promotion ; commission returned.

Resigned January 3, 1865.

Honorably disch'd as 1st Lieut. Aug. 22, 1864.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out.

Discharged October 28, 1864.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out July 26, 1865.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Mustered out with regiment.

Declined promotion ; mustered out.

Promoted to Captain.

In 22d Regiment.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned November 14, 1862.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Dropped from Rolls.

Resigned April 2, 1862.

Promoted to Captain.

Promoted to Captain.

Resigned September 20, 1S64.

Promoted to Captain.

Honorably discharged November 11, 1864.



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