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Warren County, Ohio Civil War Soldiers
serving in the
35th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment
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Partial Roster of Warren County soldiers serving in the 35th OVI:
Field and Staff, Company unknown, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, unassigned
Send any additions or corrections to the roster of Warren County soldiers in the 35th OVI to Arne H Trelvik

image: F. W. Keil, Thirty-Fifth Ohio: A Narrative of Service from August, 1861 to 1864. (Fort Wayne, Ind: Archer, Househ & Co, 1894) - copy provided by Greg Fugitt

In Command of the Regiment at Different Times During the Service
Gen. (Col.) Ferdinand VanDerveer
Lieut. Col. Chas. L'H. Long
Lieut. Col. H. V. Boynton
Major Jos. L. Budd
Capt. Sam'l. L'Hommedieu

Resources:


Whitelaw Reid, Ohio In the War: her Statesmen, her Generals, and Soldiers: Volume II: The History of her Regiments, and other Military Organizations (Cincinnati, OH: Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin, 1868), pages 229-230
Page 229 THIRTY-FIFTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.
The thirty-fifth Ohio Infantry was organized at Hamilton, Ohio, during the months of August and September, 1861. Companies A and F were recruited in Warren County, H in Montgomery, E and part of G in Preble, and the others in Butler County.
The regiment was composed mostly of young and intelligent men. When organized, it numbered less than nine hundred, rank and file.
On the 26th of September, 1861, the regiment broke camp at Hamilton, and moved to Covington, Kentucky, and on the same night, under orders from General O. M. Mitchel, took a train on the Kentucky Central Railroad, and, placing parties at all the bridges along the road through Harrison and Bourbon Counties, made the head-quarters of the regiment at Cynthiana. It was at this time apprehended that the Rebels would burn these bridges before troops could reach them; but, by seizing the telegraph offices at every point on the way, the movement was a complete surprise, and entirely unsuspected until guards had possession of every bridge.
Afterward the regiment was removed to Paris, where it remained until the first days of December, when it marched to Somerset, and reported for duty to Brigadier-General Schoepff.
At the battle of Mill Springs they were not actively engaged, having been ordered by General Thomas to remain at Somerset. Here they were brigaded with the Eighteenth Regulars, Ninth Ohio, and Second Minnesota, under the command of Brigadier-General Robert L. McCook, remaining with the last two regiments during their whole term of service. This was one of the brigades long composing General George H. Thomas's division. After the battle of Mill Springs the regiment marched to Louisville, and thence took steamer to Nashville. Soon after, Buell having  organized the Army of the Ohio, they marched to Pittsburg Landing. Thomas's division being the rear-guard, did not get up in time for the fight at Pittsburg Landing.
The Thirty-Fifth participated in some skirmishes during the siege of Corinth, and was among the first to enter the works at that place. Afterward they marched to Tuscumbia, Alabama, and about the last of July, 1862, to Winchester, Tennessee. It was on this last march that General McCook was killed by Rebel guerrillas, near New Market.
Shortly after, commenced that memorable race between Buell and Bragg, the goal being Louisville. From Nashville northward the regiment made about twenty-eight miles per day. In the movement on Bragg, the fight at Perryville, and the pursuit to Crab Orchard, they bore an honorable part. After Buell had been superseded by Rosecrans, the division, then commanded by General Speed S. Fry, marched to Bowling Green, and thence to a camp near Gallatin, Tennessee. In February, 1863, Colonel Vanderveer was assigned to the command of the brigade, and Lieutenant-Colonel Long assumed command of the regiment. All through the campaign, which began at Murfreesboro' and ended at Chattanooga, the Thirty-Fifth was in the front of the marching and fighting. In July of that year Lieutenant-Colonel Long resigned, and Major Boynton was promoted to the vacancy, Captain Budd receiving the Majority. From this time until it quit the service the regiment was under Colonel Boynton's command when he was able for duty.
On the first day of the fight at Chickamauga, the Thirty-Fifth and the other regiments composing Colonel Vanderveer's brigade were stationed on the extreme left of our line, where they engaged, and, after several hours of a fair, stand-up fight, repulsed and beat back three several attacks of Hood's division of Longstreet's corps, the elite of the Rebel army. On the next day, September 20th, they were again brought early into action, and, with the rest of the brigade,
Page 230 made a charge upon Breckinridge's division, which at that time had passed entirely around the left of our fortified line. The conflict, like that of the previous day, was severe and desperate, in the open field, and without any protection. Here was presented the uncommon spectacle of two armies charging each other at the same instant. That of the enemy was disorderly and with but little attention to discipline, while our men moved as if on drill, and under complete control. The brigade had been moving through the woods in two lines, the first composed of the Second Minnesota and Eight-Seventh Indiana; the second, of the Thirty-Fifth and Ninth Ohio. Suddenly emerging into an open field, they found themselves exposed to a murderous fire from artillery and musketry, under which they changed from, and in pursuance of orders laid flat upon the ground. The enemy were then at about one hundred and fifty yards distance, and charging on a run. When the distance was decreased to seventy-five yards, the first line rose and delivered their fire. Immediately the order was given: "Thirty-Fifth and Ninth, pass lines to the front! - Brigade, charge!" The order was executed promptly, and the Rebel line hurled back for almost half a mile at a double-quick, finally making a stand in the woods, where they were protected by their reserves. For more than an hour an obstinate contest was kept up, most effectually ending the attempt to flank the National line upon the left. When the order was given to return to the position occupied by the brigade previous to the charge, it was done in order, by passing lines to the rear, each regiment delivering its fire as it retired.
At half-past two on that day the brigade was reported for duty to General Thomas, who was then holding a ridge to the rear and right of the line of the morning. Here the Thirty-Fifth was placed in the front line, where it built a slight work of wood and stone less than a foot in height. Behind this it remained until the last enemy had retired, repelling repeated charges of the most formidable and desperate character. Line after line of fresh troops of Rebels were sent to the attack, always meeting the same reception, always beaten and crushed. Late in the day anxious inquiry was made for ammunition, but the wagons had been ordered to Chattanooga. Then men and officers could be seen searching the cartridge-boxes of the dead and wounded; and finally, when the brigade commander ordered them to hold their position with the bayonet, these heroes laughed, and promised to stay there. When night came the Thirty-Fifth was formed on and facing the left of the line, and when it was too dark to recognize friend from foe, a force of the enemy appeared before them. Those who had ammunition fired, and the enemy precipitately retreated. These were the last shots fired on the battle-field of Chickamauga by friend or foe. Not a single musket was heard afterward; and the whole army having marched on the road toward Rossville, Vanderveer's brigade, the last to leave the field, under orders from General Thomas, followed.
In the two days' fight at Chickamauga, the Thirty-Fifth Ohio lost just fifty per cent. of those engaged. Scarcely a man was taken by the enemy - they were killed or wounded. Colonel Boynton was conspicuous during the whole fight for his gallantry and the skill with which he managed his men; and the regiment was highly commended in the reports of that action.
During the fall of 1863 they lay with the rest of the army at Chattanooga, and frequently engaged in skirmished before that place. They were on the front line at Mission Ridge, and were among the first to reach the enemy's works on the crest, from which they drove the Rebel force and captured three pieces of artillery. Early in the fight Colonel Boynton was severely wounded while leading his men up the height, when the command devolved upon Major Budd. Next morning the enemy was pursued to Ringgold, Georgia.
In February, 1864, the regiment was engaged in the first battle at Buzzard's Roost, near Dalton, after which they were stationed at Ringgold until the beginning of the Atlanta campaign. They were with Sherman from the initiation of this movement until the expiration of their term of service, which occurred while lying before Atlanta. They were engaged at Dalton, Resaca, Pine Mountain, Kenesaw, Peachtree Creek, and several other of the fights of that bloody contest.
The Thirty-Fifth was mustered out in August, 1864, at Chattanooga.
In their term of three years the regiment never turned its back upon the enemy, and was never driven from a field.
NOTE: [Veterans and recruits from the 35th OVI were consolidated into the 18th Ohio Veteran Infantry Regiment along with others from the 1st, 2nd, 18th and 24th Ohio Infantry Regiments]

Field & Staff, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
See Compiled Service Records for Field & Staff at InternetArchive.org

Mustered in Sept. 24, 1761, at Camp Hamilton, O., by P. H. Breslin, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out Sept. 27, 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by William G. Wedemeyer, 1st Lieutenant 16th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
A, G & K & F&S 2d Lieutenant


POW

John Mortimer Adams Enlisted in Co K.; Promoted to Corporal
Transferred to Co A, 35th OVI on 5 Nov 1861
Promoted to Sergeant Major and transferred to Field & Staff on 1 May 1862
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and transferred to Co G, 35th OVI on 4 OCt 1862
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
A, D & F&S 1st Lieutenant &
Adjutant
  James H. Bone also 2nd Lt, Co A, 35th OVI & Captain, Co D, 35th OVI
F&S Musician   William Henry Bradstreet  
Co A & F&S Major

Joseph L. Budd

promoted from Captain of Company A to Major, Field & Staff on 13 July 1863
F&S Lieutenant Colonel
Charles L'Hommedieu Long 24 September 1861; resigned 13 July 1863; also F&S 5th OVI
F&S Surgeon   Francis Dunlevy Morris 1st served as Asst Surgeon, 19th OVI from 31 May to 31 Aug 1861

Company ?, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment - Partial Roster from Warren County, Ohio

Company Rank
Name Remarks
    J. P. Gilchrist also 12th OVI
  Joseph Probasco  
         

Company A, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment - Partial Roster from Warren County, Ohio
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Company A was organized by Captain Joseph L. Budd at Lebanon, Ohio in the month of August, 1861
Mustered in 20 Aug 1861 at Camp Hamilton, O., by T. I. Cram, Captain Topographical Engineers, U.S.A.
Mustered out 26 Aug 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by George Sanderson, 1st Lieutenant 15th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
A, G & K & F&S 2d Lieutenant


POW

John Mortimer Adams Enlisted in Co K.; Promoted to Corporal
Transferred to Co A, 35th OVI on 5 Nov 1861
Promoted to Sergeant Major and transferred to Field & Staff on 1 May 1862
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and transferred to Co G, 35th OVI on 4 OCt 1862
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
A Private
Daniel Ayersman Disability discharge at Louisville, Kentucky on 10 Dec 1862
A Private
Hezekiah Barr Wounded on 25 November 1863 at Missionary Ridge, TN and on 20 July 1864 at Atlanta, GA
died at Bozeman, Montana
A & G Private
George Bate Transferred from Co G to Co A 35th OVI in 1861
Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
Buried at Chattanooga Tennessee National Cemetery
A Private POW
John H. Bate Captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
Died of disease while imprisoned at Richmond, Virginia on 11 Mar 1864
Buried Richmond, Virginia
A Private
Wesley Berry Died of disease in hospital at Nashville, Tennessee on 2 Nov 183
Buried Nashville National Cemetery
A Private
David W. Bishop  
A Private
Charles H. Blake At the battle of Chickamauga, Georgia, on the very front line of battle, he was the first man in Co. A. to be wounded, receiving a severe wound in the left breast, the ball fastening itself between the ribs. He was sent to the hospital at Chattanooga and thence to Nashville, returning to the Regiment in December, 1863.
A Corporal
John W. Boger  wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia
A, D & F&S 2nd Lieutenant   James H. Bone also 1st Lt & Adjutant, Field & Staff, 35th OVI & Captain, Co D, 35th OVI
A Corporal

POW
Albert H. Booth 1st served in Co F 12th OVI (3 months); wounded in 2d day's fighting at Chickamauga, Georgia; cap. there; held on field in Crawfish Springs hosp. 13 days; then paroled
A & K Private
David Brant  Transferred from Co A to Co K on 26 Aug 1864
Transferred into Co C 18th OVI on 20 Oct 1864
Mustered out on 9 Oct 1865
A & D Private
Richard M. Brown Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861 & transferred into Co A on 10 Sep 1861
Died of disease at Lebanon, Kentucky on 25 Feb 1862
Buried Lebanon Kentucky National Cemetery
A Privae   James P. Bryant Disability discharge at Columbus, Ohio on 1 Apr 1862
A Private   Stephen Bryant 1st served in Co F 12th OVI (3 months)
Transferred into Co I 7th Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps on 12 Jul 1864
A Captain

Joseph L. Budd

promoted from Captain of Company A to Major, Field & Staff on 13 July 1863
A Private   Jacob Calvin (no discharge information)
A Private POW
Frederick J. Cattlehoch aka Cattlehock or Cattlehash.
Listed as POW at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
Died of disease while a prisoner at Andersonville, Georgia
Buried Andersonville, Georgia National Cemetery, Grave #8454
A Private
Benajah Clark Died of dsease at Bardstown, Ky on 7 Mar 1862
Buried at Lebanon Kentucky National Cemetery
A Private
Payton Frederick Clark  
A Private   Joseph Clousman  
A Private   Charles Cobb  
D & A Private   George M. Cochran Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861

Mustered into Co H, 13th OVC on 21 Feb 1865
A Private
James T. Cochran Mary E. Cohran widow
A Private   Milo N. Collins Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
Discharged on 20 Sep 1861 on writ of Habeas Corpus [it appears that he was only a little over 17 years old at the time of his enlistment]
Mustered into Co E, 139th OVI on 13 May 1864 (100 days) [thought to be the same Milo Collins of the 35th OVI]
A Private
POW
Robert Conner POW on 20 September 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia. Held at Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia until Aug, 1864
D, A & K Private   James Crist Mustered into Co G, 35th OVI on 24 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co G to Co A, 35th OVI in 1861
Temporarily assigned to Company K on 26 Aug 1864
Mustered out at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 8 Sep 1864
A Private
Benjamin Cummings  
A Captain

Lewis F. Daugherty Killed at Peachtree Creek, Georgia on 20 Jul 1864
A Private   Ellis Davis Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
Mustered into Co A, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
Mustered into Co B, 81st OVI on 11 Mary 1865
A Private
Leopold Dominick Disablity discharge at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 9 Nov 1863
Died at Nashville, Tennessee on 18 Nov 1863
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Section D Site 3425
A Private
Benjamin F. Downs  wounded at Peachtree Creek
A Private POW Martin I. Eby Captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
(no discharge information listed)
A Private   Daniel Fridger (no discharge information)
A Private
Josiah Gillaspie/Gillespie b. Huntington Co, Pa; also served in Co D, 4th US Veteran Volunteer Infantry
A Corporal
Thomas Gillespie Promoted to Corporal on 1 Jul 1862
Mustered out on 26 Aug 1864
Mustered in as a substitute in Co K, 42nd Ill. Inf.
gunshot fracture of left arm
A Private   Henry Glady  
A Private   William Gore Disability discharge at Columbus, Ohio on 16 Sep 1864
A Sergeant   Perry Gregg Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1863
Discharged for promotion to 1st Lt, Co I & A, 1st Mississippi Marine Brigade. US Volunteer Infantry
A Private   John Hafer Disability discharge at Hamilton, Ohio (no date listed)
A Private
Patrick Clark Hathaway also Co C, 18th OVI
A Private
William Andrew Hathaway  
A Private
George Hidee aka Hiday or Hydee [also see obituary]
A Private   James P. Hoffman  
A Musician
Reginald Heber Holbrook also US Signal Corps 1864-1865
A Private

William F. Hopkins was slightly wounded in the battle of Chicamaugua; was honorably discharged, and in 1865 enlisted in the 8th Reg., O.V.I., and belonged to Gen. Hancock's Corps, in which he served until his death, which occurred in Washington City, Feb. 14, 1866, aged 24 years.
A Private
Thomas A. Jeffries  
A Private   George C. Kitchen

Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
Mustered into Co G, 82nd OVI on 244 Jan 1865

A 1st Sergeant

George W. Keever also 12th OVI. Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia
A Private   David B. Kobel/Koble Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
A Private
Ira Lackey  
A Private POW John Leach Captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
no further record
A Private
Elias Lefever aka Lafever, Lafevre, Lefevre
A Sergeant
John Limber see John Timler
A Private
Joseph Linder  
A Private
Andrew J. Lucas struck with shell
A Private   Caleb Lucas Co F, 12th OVI (3 months)
Co A, 35th OVI (3 years)
Co G, 9th US VVI (1 year)
A Private
Joseph Luce  
A Private

Thomas Lyons Wounded on 20 September 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia
Died of wounds on 01 July 1864 at home in Lebanon
A Corporal
James L. McCain  
A Private POW James Harrison McKee Captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
Exchanged on 7 May 1864
A Sergeant
Albert S. Mercer  Promoted to Sergeant on 1 Apr 1862
A Private
Augustus Eddy Mulford  listed as Augustus E. Milford in various on-line databases.
A Private
John L. Newman died of disease 11 Feb 1863 at Nashville, TN.
A Private

POW
Joseph William O'Neall also Co H 54th OVI, wounded, wound right shoulder; Prisoner of War 15 mos 5 days at Richmond, Florence, Danville, Andersonville, Charleston
A Private POW Fielding Oxley Captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
A Private   John M. Oxley later served in Co I, 5th US Artillery
A Private   John B. Parker  
A & F Captain

Oliver H. Parshall Killed 19 Sep 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia
A Private
Leonidas Payne Sr.  died of disease 11 Feb 1863 at Nashville, TN.
A Private
Robert Peckenpaugh  Disability discharge at Columbus, Ohio on 12 Sep 1862
A Wagoner
POW
John Perrine  Was captured at Anderson’s Pass, Tenn., by Wheeler’s cavalry, Oct 2, 1863, and taken to McMinnville, where he made his escape by traveling after night by the light of the moon, and on the fifth day after capture, reached the camp of the Union army.
A Private
Joseph C. Perrine died at Chattanooga July 3, 1864, and was buried in the National Cemetery at that place
A Private
Thomas Phillips  
A Private
John D. Proctor  
A Private
Minor Rickets aka Ricketts
A Private
Nathan S. Ruch Died at home on 20 May 1862
A 1st lieutenant
James Sabin  Promoted to 1st Sergeant on 1 Jul 1862, 2nd Lieutenant on 13 Jan 1863 & 1st Lieutenant  on 19 Mar 1864
Wounded at Pine Mountain, Georgia on 14 Jun 1864
Died of wounds on 16 Jun 1864
Buried at Marietta National Cemetery, Section J Stie 10079
A Private
POW

Edward Shannon

wounded and captured on 20 September 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia and died of starvation Sept. 1864 at Andervonville Prison in Georgia

A Corporal   John B. Shay  
A Private
Andrew M. Shurts fractured shoulder at Peachtree Creek
Also served in Company G, 9th US Veteran Volunteer Infantry
A Corporal   John D. Smith Disability discharge at Somerset, Kentucky on 1 Apr 1862
A Private   John R. Smith  
D, A & K Private   Peter A. Smith Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI about 9 Sep 1861
Temporaily assigned to Co K, 35th OVI on 26 Aug 1864
A Private   William H. Smith Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
A Private
James M. Snook Died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 16 Oct 1862
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Madison, TN, Section A Site 4195
A Sergeant
Samuel A. Spurgeon  
A Sergeant
Thomas Starry  
D & A Private   Eliphalet H. Stephens Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI about 9 Sep 1861
Disability discharge at Hamilton Ohio [by Surgeons' Certificate 6 Sep 1861 on account of epilepsy]
A Private   Eli Stewart Disability discharge at Corinth, Mississippi
A Sergeant
POW
Archelaus D. Strickler prisoner at the battle of Chicamauga [sic], but escaped on the way to prison, and three months later after enduring many hardships reached the Union lines at Knoxville, and rejoined his Company at Chattanooga.
A Private
John M. Strickler  det. hd-qtrs. wagonmaster and asst. q. m
A Corporal

Thomas G. Strickler  Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
 Buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery
A, D & K Corporal
Lemuel B. Stump   Transferred from Co D to Co A about 9 Sep 1861 and to Co K on 26 Aug 1864
A Sergeant
John Timler
 
[Surname is mispelled Limber in many published records]
Disability discharge at Nashville, Tennessee on 9 Aug 1862
Died at Hospital No. 12, Nashville, Tennessee of chronic diarrhea on 15 Aug 1862
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, South Madison, TN
D & A Private   William Walburn Mustered inton Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI about 9 Sep 1861
D & A Private
William Warwick

transferred from Co D to Co A on 9 Sep 1861
died 21 Mar 1862 at Warren County, Ohio

F Private   John Weaver Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
also served 1 year in Co C, 2nd Reg. US Veteran Volunteer Infantry
A Private POW
Frederick Weiser POW on 20 September 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia. Died of disease at Andervonville Prison in Georgia; Amelia Wisser widow
A Private   William B. Wheely  
A Sergeant
Selby Wiley wounded before Atlanta; dis. for wound at Chattanooga; in 1st U. S. V. V. I. Dec. 1864 to Dec. 1865
A & D Private
Charles Oscar Williams gunshot wound in shoulder
A Private   Richard Williams Disability discharge at Louisville, Kentucky on 2 Feb 1864
A Drummer
Simeon B. Williams  
A Private
Andrew Wilson Died of disease in camp at Corinth, Mississippi on 22 May 1862
Buried at Corinth Mississippi National Cemetery
A Private   John W. Wilson  
G & A Private   James H. Wroten Mustered into Co G, 35th OVI on 24 Sep 1861
Transferred to Co A, 35thOVI in 1861
(no discharge information listed)
A Private William H. Wroten shell wound in the back at Lookout Mountain, Tennessee 2 Nov. 1863

Company B, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment - Partial Roster from Warren County, Ohio
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Company B was organized by Captain Thomas Stone at Hamilton, Ohio in the month of August, 1861
Mustered in 20 Aug 1861 at Camp Hamilton, O., by T. I. Cram, Captain Topographical Engineers, U.S.A.
Mustered out 26 Aug 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by George Sanderson, 1st Lieutenant 15th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
B Private
James Nelson Bell  
B, I & K Private
George B, Jackson Mustered into Co I,
transferrerd from Co. I 24 Sep 1861
temporarily assigned to co. K 26 Aug 1864
B Sergeant   Henry E. Vanderveer Henry E. VanDerveer enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 24 Apr 1861
Mustered into Co G, 12th OVI 30 Apr 1861 (3 months)
Mustered out on 30 Jul 1861
Henry E. VanDerveer enlisted as a 20 year old Sergeant on 9 Aug 1861
Mustered into Co B, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
Disability discharge at Hamilton, Ohio on 26 Jul 1862
Henry E. VanDaveer enlisted as a 1st Lieutenant, Co A, 9th Tennessee Cavalry (no dates listed)
B Corporal
Enos Wilson Mr. Wilson served with some distinction during the late war, and received a serious wound at the battle of Stone River.
B Private   John Wilson  Sick in hospital at Louisville, Kentucky on 20 Jul 1864 [connection to Warren County (if any) not determined]
         

Company C, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment - Partial Roster from Warren County, Ohio
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Company C was organized by Captain John S. Earhart at Hamilton, Ohio in the month of August, 1861
Mustered in 20 Aug 1861 at Camp Hamilton, O., by T. I. Cram, Captain Topographical Engineers, U.S.A.
Mustered out 26 Aug 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by George Sanderson, 1st Lieutenant 15th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
C Sergeant
John Haller Died of disease 23 Nov 1863 at Nashville, Tennessee
C & F Private
James Ledwell Transferred from Co C to Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Died of disease at Lebanon, Kentucky on 29 Mar 1862
Buried Lebanon Kentucky National Cemetery
C & F Private
George W. Barcus Died of disease at Corinth, Mississippi on 30 May 1862
Buried at Corinth National Cemetery, Corinth, Mississippi
C & F Private
James Dedonnell Transferred from Co C to Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Died of disease at Lebanon, Kentucky on 10 Apr 1862
Buried at Lebanon Kentucky National Cemetery
C & F Private
John O. Hawkins Transferred from Co C to Co F on 9 Sep 1861;
Died of disease at Nashville, Tenness on 23 Dec 1863;
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery
C & F Private
POW
Mathias Henry Mustered into Co C, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
Transferred into Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Captured at Somerset, Kentucky on 16 Dec 1861 and held at Salisbury, North Carolina
Returned 15 May 1863
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863
Mustered into Battery F, 2nd OVHA on 12 Oct 1864
C & F Private
Patrick Walsh Transferred to Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863
Buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery

Company D, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Company D was organized by Captain Nathaniel Reeder at Hamilton, Ohio in the month of September, 1861
Mustered in 9 Sep 1861 at Camp Hamilton, O., by P. H. Breslin, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out 8 Sep 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by William G. Wedemeyer, 1st Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
D & G Private POW
George Barbee/Barber/Barbie "Warren County Boys Prisoners in Nashville.", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday January 16, 1862
died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 13 Oct 1863
buried at Nashville National Cemetery
A, D & F&S Captain   James H. Bone also 1st Lt & Adjutant, Field & Staff, 35th OVI & 2nd Lt, Co A, 35th OVI
A & D Private
Richard M. Brown Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861 & transferred into Co A on 10 Sep 1861
Died of disease at Lebanon, Kentucky on 25 Feb 1862
Buried Lebanon Kentucky National Cemetery
D & F Private   Theodore F. Burrows Transferred from Co F to Co D 35th OVI on 1 Nov 1861
Reenlisted in Co I 2nd US Veteran Volunteer Infantry
D & A Private   George M. Cochran Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861

Mustered into Co H, 13th OVC on 21 Feb 1865
D Corporal
Abijah Collier  
D, A & K Private   James Crist Mustered into Co G, 35th OVI on 24 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co G to Co A, 35th OVI in 1861
Temporarily assigned to Company K on 26 Aug 1864
Mustered out at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 8 Sep 1864
D & F Private

Joseph Duke Transferred from Co F to Co D on 1 Nov 1861. Wounded 20 Sep 1863 & Chickamauga, Georgia. Disability Discharge at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 30 May 1864 - died 16 Jul 1864
D & G Private
Henry Hudgel  
F & D Private   William Hughes (no discharge information)
D Private
Eli McKinney also Co E 146th OVI
D & G Private
Francis M. Mills gunshot wound through upper & back part of hip; d. Natl Military Home, Ohio
D & G Private
Robert R. Mills  Transferred from Co D to Co G on 24 Sep 1861; Disability discharge on 6 Jan 1862
D, A & K Private   Peter A. Smith Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI about 9 Sep 1861
Temporaily assigned to Co K, 35th OVI on 26 Aug 1864
D & A Private   Eliphalet H. Stephens Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI about 9 Sep 1861
Disability discharge at Hamilton Ohio [on Surgeons Certificate on account of epilepsy]
D & G Private
Nathaniel Strong  Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred into Co G, 35th OVI on 24 Sep 1861
Absent, Hospital, Chattanooga, Tennessee on 3 Sep 1864
A, D & K Corporal
Lemuel B. Stump Transferred from Co D to Co A about 9 Sep 1861 and to Co K on 26 Aug 1864
D & A Private
William Warwick

transferred from Co D to Co A on 9 Sep 1861
died 21 Mar 1862 at Warren County, Ohio

D & G Private POW
Andrew J. White "Warren County Boys Prisoners in Nashville.", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday January 16, 1862
Died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 16 Dec 1863
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery
D & A Private   William Walburn Mustered inton Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI about 9 Sep 1861
A & D Private
Charles Oscar Williams gunshot wound in shoulder
         

Company E, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Company E was organized by Captain David M. Gans at Hamilton O in the month of September, 1861
Mustered in 9 Sep 1861 at Camp Hamilton, O., by P. H. Breslin, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out 8 Sep 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by William G. Wedemeyer, 1st Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
E & I Corporal POW William H. Wilson Promoted Corporal 1 Jul 1863. Captured at Chickamaugae, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863 (paroled). Also served in Co A & Co I, 22nd U.S. Infantry
E & K Private   Eli Surface Mustered into Co E, 35th OVI on 28 Feb 1862
Transferred into Co K, 35th OVI on 8 Sep 1864
Transferred into Co C, 18th OVI on 20 Oct 1864

Company F, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Company F was organized by Captain Oliver H. Parshall at Lebanon Ohio in the month of Sept., 1861
Mustered in 9 Sep 1861 at Camp Hamilton, O., by P. H. Breslin, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out 8 Sep 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by William G. Wedemeyer, 1st Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, U.S.A.

2004 photo of the Ohio Monument at Chattanooga by Pam Zohar
Company F, Killed
Oliver H. Parshall. Capt.
Thomas M. Harlan. 1st Lt.
Thomas J Bloss. Priv
David Smith. Priv.
Patrick Walsh. Priv.
Mortally Wounded
Benjamin F. Boatman. Corp.
 
Company Rank
Name Remarks
F & G 2d Lieutenant
John Mortimer Adams wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia
F Private
John Andrew Alexander  
F Private
Benjamin F. Archdeacon  Disability discharge at Columbus, Ohio on 14 Jul 1862
Re-enlisted as a 24 year old Sergeant on 2 May 1864 in Co H, 146th OVI
F Private
George Archdeacon Jr.  Disability discharge at Gallatin, Tennessee on 3 Jan 1863
Re-enlisted as a 23 year old Private on 12 Jul 1863 in Battery B, 2nd OHA
F Private
Samuel Atkinson  Detached to Headquarters, 3rd Division, 14th Army Corps
C & F Private
George W. Barcus Died of disease at Corinth, Mississippi on 30 May 1862
Buried at Corinth National Cemetery, Corinth, Mississippi
F Private   John G. Bennett  
F Private   John L. Bennett detached as ambulance driver [connection to Warren County (if any) not yet determined]
F Private

Thomas J. Bloss Civil War Letters: Letter from Thomas J. Bloss to his father dated 31 Jan 1863
killed 20 Sep 1863 at the battle of Chickamauga, Georgia
F Corporal
Benjamin F. Boatman Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
Died of wounds at Nashville, Tennessee on 30 Oct 19863
buried at Nashville Tennessee National Cemetery
F Private
Job Braddock Died of disease at Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee on 8 Jun 1862
Buried in Shiloh National Cemetery, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee
F Private
John Brock Died of disease at Paris, Kentucky on 1 Nov 1861
Buried at Lexington Kentucky National Cemetery
D & F Private   Theodore F. Burrows Transferred from Co F to Co D 35th OVI on 1 Nov 1861
Reenlisted in Co I 2nd US Veteran Volunteer Infantry
F Hospital Steward
Mordecai T. Cleaver  
F Private   Joshua Crow Disability Discharge at Corinth, Miss on 13 Jun 1862 for chronic diarrhea
C & F Private
James Dedonnell Transferred from Co C to Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Died of disease at Lebanon, Kentucky on 10 Apr 1862
Buried at Lebanon Kentucky National Cemetery
F Sergeant
Samuel M. Denny  
F Private
John Disbro Died of disease in hospital at Lebanon, Kentucky on 23 Feb 1862
buried at Lebanon Ky National Cemetery
F Corporal
Franklin Drake  
F Musician
B. Franklin Duke aka Frank Duke. Died of disease on 30 Mar 1862 at Nashville, TN.
D & F Private

Joseph Duke Transferred from Co F to Co D on 1 Nov 1861. Wounded 20 Sep 1863 & Chickamauga, Georgia. Disability Discharge at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 30 May 1864 - died 16 Jul 1864
F Private   Samuel O. Elmore/Ellmore Disability discharge on 3 Feb 1863
F Private
John Everhart  
F Private
Webster Finley Died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 30 May 1862
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee
F Private
John Traber Fisher Disability Discharge at Gallatin, Tennessee on 2 Dec 1862. Also served in Co. B, 180th O.V. I.
F Private
David Ford Mustered into Co H, 8th Ind. Inf on 25 Apr 1861
Mustered into Co F 35th OVI on 1 Oct 1861
Transferred into Co C, 15th Veteran Reserve Corps
F Private   Henry Ford  
F Private
John Ford also served in Co H 146th ONG
F 1st Sergeant
James R. Frost d. Dubuque, Iowa
F Private   Sidney B. Gephart Sidney Gebheart Mustered into Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Disability discharge on 17 Jul 1862
Sidney B. Gephart Mustered into Co A, 184th OVI on 6 Feb 1865
F Private
Arthur Gillespie Transferred to Co C, 18th O.V.I. 10 Nov 1864; also served in Co K 4th US Veteteran Volunteer Infantry
F Private
Morris Gratz Morris Gratz enlisted as a 20 year old Sergeant on 5 Sep 1861
Reduced to ranks on 15 Nov 1862
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia
  on 19 Sep 1863
F Corporal   Andrew J. Griffin Promoted to Corporal 19 Jul 1863
F Wagoner   Henry Hageman/Hagerman Discharged at Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee on 20 Apr 1862
F Private
Samuel H. Haines Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863 - gunshot wound to right knee.
Transferred into Company G, 7th Infantry Regiment U.S. Veteran Reserve Corps on 1 Jan 1864
F Private
Frank Hamilton wounded at Nashville
F Private   Joseph F. Hamilton Mustered into Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Discharged at Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee on 15 May 1862
[also served in Co D, 135th OVI & Co H, 153rd OVI]
F Sergeant
William Hamilton Jr.  Promoted to Sergeant on 1 Nov 1862
F Corporal
Socrates "Sock" Harlan Mustered into Co B, 12th OVI on 22 Apr 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Absent sick in hospital at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 18 Sep 1863
Transferred into Co K, 15th Battalion Veteran Reserves Corps on 1 Jan 1864
F 1st Lieutenant

Thomas Moore Harlan Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
F Private

POW
John Stewart Harris Wounded and taken POW on 20 September 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia
F Private   James Hartman gunshot wound right thigh
C & F Private
John O. Hawkins Transferred from Co C to Co F on 9 Sep 1861; Died of disease at Nashville, Tenness on 23 Dec 1863; Buried at Nashville National Cemetery
C & F Private
POW
Mathias Henry Mustered into Co C, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
Transferred into Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Captured at Somerset, Kentucky on 16 Dec 1861 and held at Salisbury, North Carolina
Returned 15 May 1863
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863
Mustered into Battery F, 2nd OVHA on 12 Oct 1864
F Private
POW
Thomas Holloway Captured at Somerset, Kentucky on 16 Dec 1861 & confined at Salisbury, North Carolina for 8 months
d. 1 Feb 1931, Kansas City Missouri
F Private   Robert Holt  
F Private
Albert Howland He died of disease at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 5 Nov 1863
Buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery
F Private  

James Howland

 
F Private
Daniel C. Hoyt Mustered into Co F, 35th OVI on 17 Feb 1862
Transferred into Co C, 18th OVI on 10 Nov 1864
Mustered out of Co F, 35th OVI at Columbus, Ohio on 22 Feb 1865
F & D Private   William Hughes (no discharge information)
F 1st Sergeant
James Jackson Promoted to 1st Sergeant on 19 Jun 1863
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
Killed at Pine Ridge, Georgia on 18 Jun 1864
Buried at Buried at Marietta National Cemetery
F Private
Benjamin F. Jacoby Died of disease at Gallatin, Tennessee on 1 Feb 1863
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, South Madison, TN
F Private POW
William S. Keys "Warren County Boys Prisoners in Nashville.", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday January 16, 1862
Died on 04 January 1864 in Hosp, Chattanooga, TN
Buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery, Section D Site 12570
F Private   John G. Koerner  
F Private
Basil/Bazil R. Leach Died of disease at Louisville, Kentucky on 18 Feb 1864
Buried at Cave Hill National Cemetery, Louisville, Ky, Section B Site 2146
C & F Private
James Ledwell Transferred from Co C to Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Died of disease at Lebanon, Kentucky on 29 Mar 1862
Buried at Lebanon (Ky) National Cemetery
F Private
POW
Sharon B. Logue Wounded and captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863
Died of disease while a POW at Andersonville, Georgia on 1 Dec 1864
F Private   Horace McGinley  
F Private George Mountjoy Died of disease at Clarksville, Ohio on 15 Dec 1862
Buried at Clarksville, Ohio
A & F Captain

Oliver H. Parshall Killed 19 Sep 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia
F Private
Edward Rockhill Printz  Disability discharge at Corinth, Mississippi on 15 May 1862
F Corporal
Charles Wesley Randall aka Wesley Randall
F Corporal
Jesse K. Randall grave at Jonah's Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester Twp, Clinton County, Ohio
F Private   John William Perry Detached duty as an ambulance driver for the 3rd Division Headquaters, 14th Army Corps
F Private
John Romine  Died of disease at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 29 Sep 1863
Buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery
F Corporal Thomas W. Rose Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
Discharged for wounds at Columbus, Ohio on 15 May 1864
F Private
Nathan Shafer  aka Nathan Shaffer/Schaeffer
F Private   Edward Smith Disability discharge on 20 Apr 1862
Mustered into Co H, 2nd OVHA on 7 Sep 1863
Promoted to Corporal
F Private
Milton Smith  
F Private   Fletcher Swaney/Sweeney Sick in hospital at Gallatin, Tennessee on 6 Dec 1862
F 2nd Lieutenant   Joseph H. Taylor enlisted as a 35 year old 1st Sergeant on 5 Sep 1861
Mustered into Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 1 Jan 1863 and 1st Lieutenant on 19 Mar 1864 (not mustered)
F Private
Alfred Thomas  
F Private
Oscar F. Thompson disability discharge June 1862 [not Oscar E. Thompson]
F Private
John Venard Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee on 25 Nov 1863
Died of wounds at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 26 Dec 1863
Buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery
F Private
Joseph B. Vickers  
F Sergeant
John D. Vinson d. Natl Military Home, Ohio
C & F Private
Patrick Walsh Transferred to Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863
Buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery
F Corporal
William West Promoted to Corporal on 4 OCt 1862
Died of disease at Gallatin, Tennessee on 3 Jan 1863
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Madison, TN Section N Site 10554
F Private   John W. White Disability discharge at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 7 Nov 1863
F Private   James Whetsel/Whitesell det duty, 3rd Div HQ 14th Army Corps
F Private
George W. Wilborn aka George W. Willborn or Milburn
Died of disease in Hospital #13 at Nashville, Tennessee on 5 Sep 1863
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Madison, TN 

Company G, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Mustered in 9 Sep 1861 at Camp Hamilton, O., by P. H. Breslin, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out 8 Sep 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by William G. Wedemeyer, 1st Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
A, G & K & F&S 2d Lieutenant


POW

John Mortimer Adams Enlisted in Co K.; Promoted to Corporal
Transferred to Co A, 35th OVI on 5 Nov 1861
Promoted to Sergeant Major and transferred to Field & Staff on 1 May 1862
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and transferred to Co G, 35th OVI on 4 OCt 1862
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
D & G Private POW
George Barbee/Barber "Warren County Boys Prisoners in Nashville.", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday January 16, 1862
died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 13 Oct 1863
buried at Nashville National Cemetery
G Private
Elias Barbee Transferred to Co B (or C), 18th OVI on 20 Oct 1864
G & A Private
George Bate Transferred from Co G to Co A 35th OVI in 1861
Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
Buried at Chattanooga Tennessee National Cemetery
G Private William R. Flack Hospitalized at Nashville, TN (no date)
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863
G Private
Orange Hawder  
D & G Private
Henry Hudgel  
D & G Private
Francis M. Mills gunshot wound through upper & back part of hip; d. Natl Military Home, Ohio
D & G Private
Robert R. Mills  Transferred from Co D to Co G on 24 Sep 1861; Disability discharge on 6 Jan 1862
G Private
Lester N. Shaw   1st served in Co C 11th OVI; Gunshot wound in neck at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863
D & G Private
Nathaniel Strong  Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred into Co G, 35th OVI on 24 Sep 1861
Absent, Hospital, Chattanooga, Tennessee on 3 Sep 1864
D & G Private POW
Andrew J. White "Warren County Boys Prisoners in Nashville.", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday January 16, 1862
Died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 16 Dec 1863
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery
G & A Private   James H. Wroten Mustered into Co G, 35th OVI on 24 Sep 1861
Transferred to Co A, 35thOVI in 1861
(no discharge information listed)

Company H, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Company H was organized by Captain M. S. Gunckel at Hamilton Ohio in the month of August, 1861
Mustered in 9 Sep 1861 at Camp Hamilton, O., by P. H. Breslin, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out 8 Sep 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by William G. Wedemeyer, 1st Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
H Corporal
Andrew J. Hetzler/Hestler Promoted to Corporal on 30 Jan 1864
H & I Private
Charles C. Taylor  
         

Company I, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Mustered in 3 Oct 1861, at Cynthiana, Ky., by P. H. Breslin, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out 23 Sep 1864, at Chattanooga, Tenn., by William G. Wedemeyer, 1st Lieutenant 16th Infantry, U.S.A.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
B, I & K Private
George B, Jackson Mustered into Co I,
transferrerd from Co. I 24 Sep 1861
temporarily assigned to co. K 26 Aug 1864
I Private
POW
John Brooks Wounded and captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
I Private POW John P. Brooks Taken prisoner at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
E & I Corporal POW William H. Wilson Promoted Corporal 1 Jul 1863. Captured at Chickamaugae, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863 (paroled). Also served in Co A & Co I, 22nd U.S. Infantry
         

Company K, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
See Compiled Service Records for Company at InternetArchive.org

Mustered in 5 Nov 1861, at Camp Bourbon, Ky., by Ferdinand Van Derveer, Colonel 35th O.V.I.
Mustered out 23 Sep 1864 at Chattanooga, Tenn., by William G. Wedemeyer, 1st Lieutenant 16th Infantry, U.S.A.

Company Rank
Name Remarks
A, G & K & F&S 2d Lieutenant


POW

John Mortimer Adams Enlisted in Co K.; Promoted to Corporal
Transferred to Co A, 35th OVI on 5 Nov 1861
Promoted to Sergeant Major and transferred to Field & Staff on 1 May 1862
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and transferred to Co G, 35th OVI on 4 OCt 1862
Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
K Private   Henry Ast Transferred into Co C, 18th OVI on 20 Oct 1864
K Private
POW
Arthur D. Barkalow

aka Arthur Barklow;
cap. near Jasper, Tenn. Nov, 1863; paroled in 3 days,
re-enlisted at Cincinnati, Feb. 2, 1865, co. K, 1st Regt. Hancock's US Veteran Volunteer Infantry

A & K Private
David Brant  Transferred from Co A to Co K on 26 Aug 1864
Transferred into Co C 18th OVI on 20 Oct 1864
Mustered out on 9 Oct 1865
K Private   John H. Budge  
D, A & K Private   James Crist Mustered into Co G, 35th OVI on 24 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co G to Co A, 35th OVI in 1861
Temporarily assigned to Company K on 26 Aug 1864
Mustered out at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 8 Sep 1864
B, I & K Private
George B, Jackson Mustered into Co I,
transferrerd from Co. I 24 Sep 1861
temporarily assigned to co. K 26 Aug 1864
D, A & K Private   Peter A. Smith Mustered into Co D, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
Transferred from Co D to Co A, 35th OVI about 9 Sep 1861
Temporaily assigned to Co K, 35th OVI on 26 Aug 1864
K 2nd Lieutenant   David Stiles
aka David Stites
David Stiles enlisted as a 34 year old Lieutenant on 8 Oct 1861 for 3 years
Commissioned into Co K, 35th OVI on 5 Nov 1861
On detached duty July 3, 1863 as Brigade Acting Commissary of Musters
Mustered out with company 23 Sep 1864 at Chattanooga, Tennessee
[Pension Index Cards list as David Stites and also list service as 1st Lt, Co D 1st Regt, Ohio Mil. Inf.]
D, A & K Corporal
Lemuel B. Stump Transferred from Co D to Co A about 9 Sep 1861 and to Co K on 26 Aug 1864
         

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