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Warren County, Ohio Civil War Soldiers
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69th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment
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Partial Roster of Warren County soldiers serving in the 69th OVI: 
Field and Staff, Companies A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, unassigned

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Whitelaw Reid, Ohio In the War: her Statemen, her Generals, and Soldiers: Volume II: The History of her Regiments, and other Military Organizations (Cincinnati, OH: Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin, 1868), pages 399-402

SIXTY-NINTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

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This regiment was recruited in Butler, Darke, Montgomery, Preble, Harrison, and Fairfield Counties. On the 19th of February, 1862, seven companies, which had been organized in camp near Hamilton, moved by rail to Camp Chase, Ohio. While here three companies, recruited in Harrison County, were added, thus completing the regiment.

On April 19, 1862, the Sixty-Ninth received orders to report for duty at Nashville, Tennessee, at which place it arrived on the 22d. It went into camp on Major Lewis’s grounds, near the city, and was reviewed by Andrew Johnson, then Military Governor of Tennessee. Remaining here until the 1st of May it then went to Franklin, Tennessee, and was there detailed to guard forty miles of the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad. Aside from frequent alarms, nothing of moment occurred while the regiment was performing this duty. The Rebel women of Franklin were especially bitter, and on one occasion evinced their venom against the National dead buried in the cemetery, by dancing on their graves. Colonel Campbell, of the Sixty-Ninth, issued an order commenting in severe terms on this indignity, and warning the people of Franklin against a repetition of such dastardly insults.

On June 8th the regiment left Franklin and returned to Nashville. From thence it went by rail to Murfreesboro’, where it joined an expedition under General Dumont, of Indiana, to

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McMinnville, and thence marched across the Cumberland Mountains to Pikeville. Its object having been effected the expedition returned to Murfreesboro’. This march and counter-march was very severe, and the suffering was much aggravated by the fact that the rations were almost completely exhausted.

June 20th found the Sixty-Ninth at Nashville again, where it remained, performing provost and guard-duty, until the last of July. Its Colonel, Honorable Lewis D. Campbell (since Minister to Mexico) was appointed Provost-Marshal of Nashville, which position he held until his resignation, in the following August. During the stay of the regiment here the Rebel General Morgan made a raid on the town of Gallatin. The Sixty-Ninth Ohio and Eleventh Michigan were ordered there, and drove the enemy from the place, the Sixty-Ninth losing one man killed, Isaac Repp, of Dayton. This was the first loss of the regiment in battle.

When Bragg’s army attempted a flank movement toward Louisville, the Sixty-Ninth and other regiments were left at Nashville as garrison for the city. From the scarcity of troops this duty was rendered quite severe. Hardly a day passed without some fight or skirmish with the enemy, who were continually making demonstrations on the Nashville and other turnpikes. This duty was performed until the 20th of December, when the regiment went into a camp about five miles from the city.

On December 26, 1862, the Sixty-Ninth moved, with the army under General Rosecrans, toward Murfreesboro’. It was brigaded in the Fourteenth Corps, which marched on the Franklin Turnpike. On the 31st, the first day of the battle of Stone River, the regiment with its brigade was engaged with the enemy, taking position in the advance line of General George H. Thomas’s Fourteenth Corps. It became involved in the disaster on the right, and was compelled to fight its way back to the Nashville Turnpike. On this day the regiment suffered severely both in killed and wounded. It was not engaged in the movements on the 1st of January, 1863.

On Friday, January 2d, the Sixty-Ninth took part in the brilliant and desperate charge across Stone River against Breckinridge’s Rebel corps, in which the Rebels were driven back with heavy loss. In this charge it captured a section of the famous Washington Battery from New Orleans. Sergeant Frederick Wilson, of Company E, captured the flag of the battery. This fight lasted until after dark, and proved the termination of the battle, as on the next day the Rebel army was not to be seen. Captain L. C. Counsellor, of company H, Sergeant McGillam, of company B, Corporal D. P. Albright and private Stopher, of company E, were killed in the charge. Many others were wounded.

On June 24, 1863, the Tullahoma campaign was commenced. The regiment moved with the Fourteenth Corps, under General George W. Thomas, on the Manchester Road. No opposition was met with until in the passage through Hoover’s Gap the enemy’s rear-guard was engaged in a brisk fight. At Elk River, also, the enemy made a stand, but was quickly driven. Reaching Cowan’s Station, on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, the army went into camp, it being impossible to make further progress through the deep mud and terrible roads of that region.

When the army moved again the Sixty-Ninth was left at Cowan’s Station, as guard to the General Hospital, and it remained at that point until the 8th of September. It was then detailed as guard to an ammunition train of four hundred and fifty wagons, going to Bridgeport, on the Tennessee River. In then marched to Chattanooga.

Preparatory to the battle of Chickamauga, the Sixty-Ninth Ohio, with the Reserve Corps under General Gordon Granger, marched from Rossville to Chickamauga Creek. At this point, in obedience to an order from Colonel Dan McCook, commanding the brigade, the regiment advanced, under Colonel Brigham, and burned Reed’s Bridge, thus preventing the enemy from coming in on the rear of the National army. The regiment then fell back to Rossville, and immediately thereafter took charge of the division trains. For this reason it did not participate in the battle of Chickamauga.

On September 20th, in the afternoon, the Sixty-Ninth was ordered to report at the front, near Rossville, where it performed picket-duty and aided in covering the retreat of the Fourteenth Corps toward Chattanooga.
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The regiment participated in the battle of Mission Ridge, and was among the first to reach the top of the mountain. In this charge it was commanded by Major J. J. Hanna, who was highly complimented for his bravery and efficiency. In ascending the Ridge, Lieutenant J. S. Scott, Color-Sergeant Jacob Wetzell, Color-Corporals D. W. Leach and John Meredith, Corporal E. J. Manche, privates Kluger, Elsom, Vankirk, Sewers, and Hefling were killed, and a large number wounded, many of whom subsequently died.

On March 16, 1864, the regiment, after having re-enlisted as veterans, started for Ohio, on a furlough of thirty days. At the end of their furlough the men reported promptly at Camp Dennison, and on the 22d of April again started for the field. Arriving at Nashville the regiment was compelled, for lack of transportation, to march to Cowan’s Station. It joined Sherman’s forces at Buzzard’s Roost on the 11th of May.

On May 14th the regiment, with the army, moved through Snake Creek Gap to a point near Resaca, where the enemy was met and engaged. At this place Color-Sergeant John A. Compton and four others were killed and twenty-six men wounded. At Pumpkin-Vine Creek and at Dallas the enemy was again engaged. In these affairs the regiment lost five killed and nineteen wounded. Kenesaw Mountain was reached in the evening of June 14th. During this siege two men were killed. At Marietta, July 4th another engagement was had with the enemy, in which the regiment lost one man killed and seven wounded. The next stand was at the crossing of the Chattahoochie River. In this affair the regiment escaped without a loss. On the 21st the regiment lost one man killed and ten wounded. July 22d brought the regiment and the army before Atlanta. During the siege nine men were wounded, two of whom subsequently died.

On September 1st the Sixty-Ninth took part in the fight at Jonesboro’, and lost Lieutenants Jacob S. Pierson, Martin V. Bailey, Color-Sergeant Allen L. Jobes, of Company D, and five men killed, and thirty-six wounded, some of whom died in a few hours after the fight. This battle caused the evacuation of Atlanta, and the National forces occupied that city.

The regiment participated in the subsequent chase after Hood, through the upper part of Georgia and into Alabama. It then returned to Atlanta and joined Sherman’s march to the sea. On that march it lost one man by disease and four captured. Arriving in front of Savannah it took position in the front line.

In the campaign through the Carolinas the regiment was engaged with the enemy near Goldsboro’, North Carolina, March 19, 1865, and lost two killed and eight wounded. This was the last affair in which it participated.

Then came the march through Richmond, the review at Washington, the transfer to Louisville, and lastly the final muster-out of the service, on the 17th of July, 1865.


Field & Staff, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
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Mustered in from Oct. 3, 1861 to April 17, 1862, at Columbus, O., by Albert B. Dod, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and James W. P. Neill, 1st Lieutenant 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
Field & Staff Adjutant
Boynton, Joseph W. Wounded at Stones River, Tennessee on 31 Dec 1862
Transferred to Co A 69th OVI on 25 Mar 1863
Died of wounds at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 5 Jun 1863
Buried Stones River National Cemetery at Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Field & Staff Colonel   Brigham, Joseph Henry 1st served in Co F 12th OVI (3 months)
Promoted to Lt. Col. on 31 Dec 1862 and breveted to Colonel on 13 Mar 1865
Field & Staff Colonel   Campbell, Lewis Davis  
A, Field & Staff Major   Hicks, Lewis E. Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co A, 69th OVI on 31 Dec 1861
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 31 Aug 1862
Promoted to Captain on 23 May 1863
Promoted to Major and transferred to Field & Staff on 31 May 1865
         

Company A, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment - Partial Roster from Warren County, Ohio
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Mustered in Dec. 31, 1861 at Hamilton, O., by Joseph H. Brigham, Captain 69th O. V. I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
A Corporal
Arlington, Henry P.  
A     Baker, Clark  
A Private   Baker, John Disability discharge at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 8 Apr 1863
A Corporal   Ballard, George C. Wounded at Jonesboro, Georgia on 1 Sep 1864
A Private   Ballard, James Transferred into Co K 4th US Cavalry Regiment on 2 Dec 1862
A Sergeant   Baysore, Allen  
A Private   Benedict, Ira C. Disability discharge at Nashville, Tennessee on 10 Jul 1862. Also served in Co F, 27th NY Infantry and in Co L, 4th OVC
A & C Captain   Benedict, William Noble  
A Corporal   Bennett, A. J.  
A Private
Bishop, William Wounded at Pumpkin Vine Creek, Georgia on 29 May 1864
Died of wounds at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 16 Jun 1864
Buried at Chattanooga Tennessee National Cemetery, Grave E-680
A Private Blake, William H. Died on 16 April 1862 in Hospital at Camp Chase, Ohio
A Private Bragg, Joseph wounded at Stone River; wounded and disab. at Missionary Ridge
A Captain   Brigham, Joseph Henry 1st served in Co F 12th OVI (3 months)
Promoted to Lt. Col. on 31 Dec 1862 and breveted to Colonel on 13 Mar 1865
A Private Burch, Ebenezer Died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 13 Jul 1862
Buried at Nashville Tennessee National Cemetery Section A Site 4380
A     Byrne, Mike  
A Private Catrow, Charles died of disease in hospital at Camp Chase Ohio on 17 Mar 1862
buried at Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio
A Private   Chapman, James  
A Private Chapman, John Wounded at Battle of Peach Tree Creek Georgia on 21 Jul 1864
A Corporal   Clendenin, Robert  
A Private   Clendenin, William Discharged at Camp Dennison, O., on Surgeon's certificate of disability on 17 Mar 1865
A Private Coffeen, Henry T. C. Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co A, 69th OVI on 31 Dec 1861
discharged at Cincinnati, Ohio 31 Mar 1863 for wounds received in Battle of
Stones River, Tennessee
A Private   Coffeen, Zelomier [also found spelled Zelomi Caffeen]
A Private   Collins, David H.  
A     Collins, Henry  
A   Condon, William wounded at Pumpkin Vine Creek [aka William Condin or William Condon]
A     Connell, J. G.  
A Private

Coulson, William M. Wounded at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia on 21 Jul 1864
Died of wounds at Nashville, Tennessee on 8 Aug 1864
Buried in Nashville Tennessee National Cemetery, grave J-605
A Private   Cox, John E.  
A Private   Cox, Richard C.  
A     Cox, Shotwell  
A Private Cox, Thomas J. Died of disease at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 25 Jun 1862
A Private Cressey/Creassy, Joseph Severe wound in right shoulder at Resaca, Georgia on 14 May 1864
A Private   Crosby, Stephen  
A Corporal

Culbertson, David J. Severe wounded in right leg at Pumpkin Vine Creek, Georgia on 1 Jul 1864
Died of wounds at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 18 Jun 1864
buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery, gravesiet E-236
A Private   Culbertson, George S.  
A 1st Lieutenant   Cunningham, Richard Hamilton also Adjutant, Field & Staff 60th OVI
A Sergeant   Dodds, Leonidas L. detached to Postmaster Office
A Private   Dolan, James also Co B 13th OVI; [alias James McDowell and alias James Scott on pension index cards]
A     Dolan, William [no service record found]
A Private   Doyle, John  
A Private Drake, James Died of disease at Decherd, Tennessee on 22 Jul 1863
Buried at Stones River National Cemetery, gravesite K-96 [or Site 2979 or Grave No. H-2975]
A     Duvall, Lucellus  
A Private   Fox, George  
A Private   French, Peter D. Disability discharge at Nashville, Tennessee on 6 Aug 1862
A Private   Gallaher, Joshua Disability discharge at Nashville, Tennessee on 28 Jul 1862
A Private Gallagher, Lawrence Wounded in left arm at Jonesboro, Georgia on 1 Sep 1864 (arm amputated)
Discharged for wounds at Camp Chase, Ohio on 2 Mar 1866
A Private Gorman, William H. Died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 25 Oct 1863
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery
A Private   Graham, Moses  
A Private Gray, James Died of disease at Madison, Indiana on 1 Jan 1865
Buried at Madison, Indiana, Gravesite B-760
A Private
Gray, Joseph Wounded at Atlanta, Georgia on 15 Aug 1864
Died of wounds at New Albany, Indiana on 16 Aug 1864
A     Grover, Thomas  
A Private   Gustin, Stanton (or Staunton)  
A Private Harrison, Reuben Died of disease at Franklin, Tennessee on 17 May 1862
Buried at Stones River National Cemetery, Murfreesboro, Tennessee grave I-3610
A, Field & Staff Captain   Hicks, Lewis E. Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
Mustered into Co A, 69th OVI on 31 Dec 1861
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 31 Aug 1862
Promoted to Captain on 23 May 1863
Promoted to Major and transferred to Field & Staff on 31 May 1865
A Private
Hulse, Lewis Albert Wounded at Stones River, Tennessee on 2 Jan 1863
Died of wounds at Nashville, Tennessee on 16 Feb 1863
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery; removed to Rose Hill Cemetery
A     Irwin, William  
A     Jen, William  
A Private Kennard, Phillip Died of disease in a hospital at Marietta, Georgia on 23 Jun 1864
Buried at Marietta National Cemetery, Section C Site 1779
A     Ludlum, James  
A     Mahan, Harvey  
A     Mahan, Lewis  
A     McClellan, William  
A Private
POW
Merchant, Robert First served in Co F 12th OVI (3 months)
At Stone River, he was wounded in the leg and taken prisoner and put in the Libby pens for two and a half months before being exchanged
.
In 1864, he was again captured, at Rome, Ga., while on a foraging expedition. His captors were bushwhackers, and they soon paroled him, and he, with three others, captured the leader of the same party.
A     Miller, Frank  
A Private
Moore, Joseph N. Killed at Pumpkin Vine Creek, Georgia on 1 Jun 1864
Buried at Marietta National Cemetery, Section G, Site 7665
A     Moore, William  
A     Morgan, George W.  
A Private
POW

Mulford, William D. was taken prisoner by Wheeler's C. S. A. Cavalry and paroled at McMinnville, Tenn. He died at Chattanooga, Tenn., of wounds received at the battle of Mission Ridge, Dec. 15, 1863, aged 26 years.
A Private Myers, Harmon/Harman Disability discharge at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 23 Jun 1863
Buried at Stones River National Cemetery, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
A     Myers, Isaac  
A     Newcomb, George A.  
A     Nixon, Abram  
A Private   Nixon, Richard W. buried Brookside Cemetery, West Chester Twp, Butler County, Ohio
A Corporal
Nixon, Samuel A. Appointed Corporal on 22 Feb 1864
Died 11 Sep 1864 from wounds received in Battle of Jonesboro, Georgia on 1 Sep 1964
buried Brookside Cemetery, West Chester Twp, Butler County, Ohio
A     Nixon, Jackson  
A     O'Neal, Mike  
   
Paine, William T. Accidently killed while on picket duty at Nashville, Tennessee on 24 Oct 1862
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, South Madison, TN Section A Site 4691
A Sergeant Patterson, Henry died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 28 Oct 1862
buried at Nashville National Cemetery Gravesite A-24
A     Patterson, Joe  
A     Paulding, Ormand  
A Corporal Perrine, James N. wounded and disab. at Stone River; dis. at Marfreesboro, Tenn.
A     Price, Jesse  
A     Quinn, John  
A     Rhineer, Michael  
A     Roberts, Joseph M.  
A Private   Rogers, Milton Transferred into "150th" Co. Veteran Reserve Corp, 2nd Battalion
A     Ross, Andrew J.  
A     Saulsberry, James  
A Musician   Schenck, James T. James T. Schenck enlisted as a 15 year old Musician on 31 Mar 1864
Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 17 Jul 1865
A     Scofield, John  
A   Scofield, Sylvander M. Sylvander Schofield enlisted as a 26 year old Private on 26 Feb 1864
Mustered into Co A, 69th OVI on 26 Feb 1864
Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 17 Jul 1865
wounded at Peachtree Creek and at Jonesboro; had knee-cap fractured by fall, May, 1865
A     Scofield, William  
A 2nd Lieutenant POW

Scott, John S. he was wounded and taken prisoner at Murfreesboro, Tenn., and, after his recovery, returned to his regiment in time to participate in the battle of Mission Ridge, in which he was shot through the heart and instantly killed.
A     Shay, John  
A     Shellhouse, George  
A     Simpson, John  
A Private   Slayback, Ben Benjamin Slayback enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 26 Feb 1864
Mustered into Co A, 69th OVI on 26 Feb 1864
Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 17 Jul 1865
A Private   Slayback, Thomas Thomas Slayback enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 12 Sep 1861
Mustered into Co A, 69th OVI on 31 Dec 1861
Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 17 Jul 1865
A     Stair, Thomas  
A Private Stewart, Benjamin Died of disease at Nashville, Tennessee on 5 Jan 1862
Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Madison, TN
A & K 2nd Lieutenant   Sweny, Franklin H. 3-month service, co. F, 12th O. V. I.; e. at Marion, Sept. 1861, 2d lieut. co. A, 69th O. V. I.; pro. 1st lieut. co. k; vet in same; on staff asst. adjt gen.; res. Oct. 1864; died at Pendleton Landing, Ark. July 5, 1867; buried there
A     Taylor, A. J.  
A     Tetrick, David  
A Private Thompson, Aaron Wound right arm at Jonesboro, Georgia
A     Thompson, Clark  
A Private   Thompson, Emanuel Thompson, Emanuel, Private, age 20 enlisted _____ for 3 years, mustered out with company July 17, 1865; veteran
A Private Thompson, Emanuel E; Thompson, Emanuel E. Private, age 18 enlisted 12 Sep 1861 for 3 years, wounded 12 Jul 1864 in action near Atlana, Ga; mustered out with company July 17, 1865; veteran.
A     Thompson, Thomas  
A     Tubbs, James  
A     Tullis, Joseph  
A     Tully, Frank  
A Private   Voorhis, Ellison A.  
A Private Voorhis, Milton Vermillion transferred into Co C Veteran Reserve Corps 4th Infantry on 14 Mar 1865
He was wounded at Atlanta, from which he recovered and after his return home died from asthma.
A     Walker, Gaines  
A     Wescott, Marcus  
A     White, Emery  
A  
Willis, George Killed at Peachtree Creek, Georgia on 21 Jul 1864
Buried at Marietta National Cemetery
A Private   Witham, James Monroe  
A     Witham, William H.  
A     Woodruff, David  

Company B, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment - Partial Roster from Warren County, Ohio
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Mustered in Dec. 31, 1861 at Hamilton, O., by C. M. Gibbs, Captain 69th O. V. I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
B Private   Powell, Elijah  

Company C, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment - Partial Roster from Warren County, Ohio
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Mustered in Jan. 20, 1862 at Hamilton, O., by George F. Elliott, Captain 69th O. V. I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
A & C Captain   Benedict, William N.  
C Private
Brown, James C. 1st served in Company F, 1st OVI (3 months) 
Disability discharge at Dennison Hospital, Columbus Ohio on 12 Aug 1864
C Musician   Elias Eckhart Mustered into Co c, 69th OVI on 5 Apr 1864
Absent, Sick
Disability discharge at David's Island, NY Harbor on 26 Jul 1865
C Private POW Isaac N. Hollis Captured at Bentonville, North Carolina on 19 Mar 1865. Held 3 weeks in Libby Prison
C Private Eyer, Rudolph wounded in left side at Resaca; in field hosp. then at Chattanooga and Nashville 4 months with wound
C Private
VanHorn, Thomas B. Killed at Bentonville, North Carolina on 19 Mar 1865
Buried at New Berne National Cemetery

Company D, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
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Mustered in Jan. 20, 1862 at Hamilton, O., by E. J. Hickcox, Captain 69th O. V. I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
   
 

Company E, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
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Mustered in Jan. 20, 1862 at Hamilton, O., by David Putnam, Captain 69th O. V. I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
E Private
Benjamin F. Stephenson (alias Stevens) Benjamin F. Stevens enlisted as a 26 year old Private on 21 Oct 1861
Mustered into Co E, 69th OVI on 20 Jan 1862
Disability discharge at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 22 Apr 1863

Company F, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
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Mustered in Dec. 31, 1861 at Hamilton, O., by Robert Clements, Captain 69th O. V. I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
   
 

Company G, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
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Mustered in Feb. 28, 1862 at Hamilton, O., by William Patton, Captain 69th O. V. I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
   
 

Company H, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
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Mustered in March 8, 1862 at Hamilton, O., by G. W. Smith, Captain 18th Infantry, U.S.A.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
   
 

Company I, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
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Mustered in March 21, 1862 at Hamilton, O., by James C. Elrick, 1st Lieutenant 69th O. V.I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
   
 

Company K, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
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Mustered in March 25, 1862 at Camp Chase, O., by William Cady, 1st Lieutenant 69th O. V. I.
Mustered out July 17, 1865, at Louisville, Ky., by George H. Tracy, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. and A. C. M. 1st Division, 14th Army Corps.
Company Rank
Name Remarks
A & K 1st Lieutenant   Sweny, Franklin H. 3-month service, co. F, 12th O. V. I.; e. at Marion, Sept. 1861, 2d lieut. co. A, 69th O. V. I.; pro. 1st lieut. co. k; vet in same; on staff asst. adjt gen.; res. Oct. 1864; died at Pendleton Landing, Ark. July 5, 1867; buried there

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