Ohio Participants in Mexican War Battles



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BATTLE OF RESACA DE LA PALMA, TEXAS,
MAY 9, 1846.
29th Congress, 2nd Session. Senate Document No.. 4: Report of the Secretary of War showing The names of the officers and men killed, wounded, or missing, in the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma (Washington, D.C.: 1846)

Killed:

Pvt. Isaac Hendrickson, Co. A, 5th Infantry. Age 21, born Butler, Ohio, occ: carpenter.
Pvt. William Clark, Co. B, 5th Infantry. Age 28, born Painesville, Ohio, occ: laborer.

Artificer Matthew Nidy, Co.I, 4th Artillery. Age 21, born Licking, Ohio, occ: laborer. Died May 10, 1846.
Wounded:

Pvt. Samuel Herl, Co. C, 3d Artillery. Age 22, born Fayette, Ohio, occ: hewer.

 


 

BATTLE OF PALO ALTO, TEXAS,
MAY 8, 1846.
 

Wounded:

Sgt. John Greer, Co. C, 5th Infantry. Age 26, born Butler, Ohio, occ: soldier.
Musician James Lloyd, Co. H, 8th Infantry. Age 21, born Cleveland, Ohio, occ: seaman.

 


BATTLE FOR MONTEREY, MEXICO,
SEPT. 20 - 24, 1846.
 

GEN. BUTLER'S DIVISION
Ohio Regiment
Killed:
1st Lt. Matthew Hett.
1st Sgt. W. G. Davis, Co. B.
Pvt. D. F. Smith, Co. B.
Pvt. O. B. Coxe, Co. B.
Pvt. Elijah Reese, Co. B.
Pvt. Thos. McMurray, Co. B
Cpl. W. H. Harris, 1 R.
Pvt. Richard Welch, Co. A.
Pvt. James McCockey, Co. C.
Pvt. George Phale, Co. C.
Pvt. Wm. Weber, Co. C.
Pvt. John Havolett, Co. D.
Pvt. T. D. Egan, Co. E.
Pvt. Stephen Freeman, 2 R.
Pvt. Oscar Behnee, 2 R.

Wounded:
Maj.-Gen. W. O. Butler.
Col. A. M. Mitchell. Severely.
Lt. and Adjt. A. W. Armstrong. Severely.
1st Lt. Lewis Morter. Slightly.
1st Lt. N. H. Niles. Severely.
2d Lt. H. McCarty. Slightly.
Capt. James George. Slightly.
Pvt. Samuel Myers, 1 R.
Pvt. J. A. Kellam, 1 R.
Pvt. Edward Wade, 1 R.
1st Sgt. Wm. Maloney, Co. A.
Pvt. John Farrell, Co. A.
Pvt. John Clarken, Co. A.
Pvt. Wm. Work, Co. A.
Pvt. T. Vande Venter, Co. A.
Pvt. John Flannigan, Co. A.
Pvt. Jeremiah Ryan, Co. A.
Pvt. Michael Gilligan, Co. A.
Pvt. Tobias Went, Co. C.
Pvt. Charles Segar, Co. C.
Pvt. Griffin Lowerd, Co. D.
Pvt. Alfred Donohue, Co. D.
Pvt. Joseph Lombeck, Co. D.
Pvt. Silas Burrill, Co. D.
Sgt. Wm. Miller, Co. E.
Cpl. G. W. Fitzhugh, Co. E.
Pvt. Robert Doney, Co. E.
Pvt. Adam F. Shane, Co. G.
Pvt. John Fletcher, Co. G.
Pvt. A. B. McKee, Co. G.
Cpl. George Myer, Co. H.
Pvt. E. J. Spoole, Co. H.
Pvt. Henry Weber, Co. H.
Pvt. Henry Myer, Co. H.
Sgt. George Webster, 2 R.
Sgt. Geo. Longfellow, 2 R.
Cpl. J. F. Longley, 2 R.
Pvt. John Pearson, 2 R.
Pvt. R. H. Alcott, 2 R.
Pvt. H. Humphries, 2 R.
 


AFFAIR AT HUAMANTLA, MEXICO, OCTOBER 8, 1847
AND SUBSEQUENT ACTION, OCTOBER 1O & 11, 1847
 

Wounded:

Pvt. Andrew Hattenstine, Co. D, 4th Ohio Volunteers, serving with Indiana Volunteers; leg cut off afterward.

Pvt. Eckert, Co. H, 4th Ohio Volunteers; wounded at El Piñal, 11 October 1847.

 


SIEGE OF PUEBLA
SEPTEMBER 13 - OCTOBER 12, 1847

30th Congress, 2d Session. House Executive Document No. 1: Message from the President of the United States...(Washington, D.C.: Wendell & Van Benthuysen, 1848), p. 32

Fourth Ohio Volunteers
Killed:
Pvt. Andrew Antrican, Co. D.
Pvt. Francis Gilbert, Co. K.
Pvt. James Sloan, Co. K.

 


SAN MARTIN’S
FEBRUARY 27, 1848

Killed:
1. Capt. Hermann Kessler, 4th Ohio Volunteers, commanding artillery battery.
2. Pvt. Leagle, artillery battery.
3. Pvt. Wohlleber, Co. A, 4th Ohio Volunteers.