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PICKAWAY COUNTY, OH MILITARY RECORDS

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Revolutionary War - 1775 to 1784

290,000 men participated in the American Revolutionary War. There were 4,435 deaths in service. Last Veteran: Daniel F. Bakeman, died 4/5/1869, age 109.

 

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War of 1812 - 1812 to 1815

287,000 men participated in the War of 1812. There were 6,765 deaths in service. Last Veteran: Hiram Cronk, died 5/13/05, age 105.

Indian Wars & French and Indian War (also known as the "Seven Years War")

106,000 men participated in the Indian Wars. There were 1,000 deaths in service. Last Veteran: Fredrak Fraske, died 6/18/73, age 101.
 

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REPUBLIC of TEXAS 1835 - 1845

 

13,000 Americans killed in battle or dead from disease.

 

 

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  • USGenWeb Pensions Project - Comptroller's records includes claims for payment, reimbursement, or restitution submitted by citizens to the Republic of Texas government from 1835 through 1846. It also includes records relating to Republic pensions and claims against the Republic submitted as public debt claims after 1846.

 

US-Mexican War (1846-1848)
 
115,493 men participated in the Mexican War. There were 1,177 deaths in service. 24 of the 28 States provided volunteer troops which included Ohio.  Last Veteran: Owen Thomas Edgar (1831-1929) at the age of 98 after suffering a fall from a chair that fractured his leg.
 

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Civil War - 1861 to 1865

Union participants were 2,213,000 in the Civil War. There were 364,000 Union deaths in service. Last Union Veteran: Albert Woolson, died 8/2/56, age 109. Confederate participants were 1,000,000*. There were 133,821* Confederate deaths in service. Last Confederate Veteran: Disputed.*

  • Volunteer Infantry Rosters & POW

12 Ohio Volunteer Infantry Roster
13 Ohio Volunteer Infantry Roster
70 Ohio Volunteer Infantry Roster
71 Ohio Volunteer Infantry Roster
72 Ohio Volunteer Infantry Roster
73 Ohio Volunteer Infantry Roster

114th Ohio Volunteer Infantry


 

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Spanish-American War 1898 to 1902

392,000 participated in the Spanish-American War. There were 11,000 deaths in service. Last Veteran: Nathan E. Cook, died 9/10/92, age 106.

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 War I 1917 to 1918

4,743,826 participated in WWI. There were 116,708 deaths in service. There were 3,350 POW/MIA.

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World War II 1940 to 1947

16,353,659 participated in WWII. There were 407,316 deaths in service. There were 78,777 POW/MIA.
 

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A | B | C | D | E-F | G | H | I-J-K | L | M | N-O | P-Q | R | S | T | U-V | W | X-Y-Z

 

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Korean War 1950 to 1955

5,764,143 participated in Korean War. There were 33,651 deaths in service. There were 7,190 POWs [4,428 repatriated]; 8177 MIAs

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Vietnam War 1964 to 1975                 

8,744,000 participated in Vietnam War. There were 58,168 deaths in service. There were 2,459 POW/MIAs.  

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  • Ohio Residents Casualties in the Vietnam War - U.S. Military Personnel who died as a result of the Vietnam conflict from the Combat Area Casualties Current File Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Record Group 330. Includes those who resided in Pickaway County, Ohio.

Persian Gulf War Era 1990 to To Be Decided

467,539 participated in the first Persian Gulf War I and there were 378 deaths in service. There were 2 Missing, Presumed Dead and 1 MIA. There were 23 POWs and all were returned. 

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Miscellaneous Military Information

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  • Remains Returned which include Vietnam Conflict, Mayaguez, Glomar Java Seam, and Bay of Pigs.

Statistical Sources: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, July 1998

* Authoritative statistics for Confederate Forces are not available. An estimated 28,000 Confederate soldiers died in Union prisons. In the VA press release, the last Confederate veteran is listed as John Salling. But it is disputed. http://www.omalco.com/salling.htm

Note: Figures on the number of deaths in service include all of those Killed in Action, by natural causes, accidents etc.

 


 

 

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