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Civil War Casualties; Payne to Yale

NAME RANK and UNIT AGE SERVICE INFORMATION
PAYNE, William H. private 20 wounded at Nashville
Dec. 16, 1864.
PIER, William H. private 18 wounded at Stone River.
RHODES,Parker J. private 18 wounded at Pickett's Mills.
RHODES, William J. private 41 died from wounds received
in action at Kenesaw Mountain.
ROBERTS, John A. private 20 Wounded at Pickett's Mills.
ROWLAND, William private 22 died Sept. 1864
at Van Wert, Ohio.
SHIRTLIEFF, Hiram private 18 wounded at Pickett's Mills
May 27, 1864.
STANTON, David private 28 wounded and missing
at Chickamauga
Sept. 19, 1863
no further record.
SHAW, Oliver P. private 18 wounded at Chickamauga
Sept. 20, 1863.
STAUFFER, Abraham private 19 in hospital at New Albany, Ind.
THOMPSON, Hugh private 19 wooded and missing at
Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1862.
TIMBERS, Eli, wounded and captured
at Stone River, Dec. 31, 1862
wounded at Pickett's Mills
May 27, 1864.
UPDEGROVE, James L. private 18 wounded at Stone River
Dec. 31, 1862
killed at Pickett's Mills.
WARREN, James private 29 wounded and missing
at Pickett's Mills
No further Record.
WARREN, John B. private 30 accidentally injured
May 14, 1864.
WEBBER, Samuel F. 18 missing in action
at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sept., 20, 1863
WILLER, William H., private 30 wounded at Chickamauga
Sept., 20, 1863
died Oct. 21, 1863 of
wounds received at Nashville.
WISE, Henry H. private 20 died Feb. 26, 1863
from wounds received at
Stone River, Dec. 31, 1863.
WORTMAN, Aaron, private 23 died March 31, 1863 at Reg.
Hospital at Murfeesboro.
WORTMAN, Abraham private 29 wounded and missing at
Pickett's Mills
May 27, 1864
no further record.
WORTMAN, Jacob private 20 died Nov 24, 1862
at Nashville, Tenn.
YALE, Amos private 20 killed in battle at
Pickett's Mills
May 27, 1864




Source: History of Van Wert County, Ohio and Representative Citizens, (Richmond and Arnold: Chicago, Illinois), 1906, edited and compiled by Thaddeus S. Gilliland, Van Wert, Ohio.

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