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DACHTLER
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  • John M. Dachtler (1841-1891) - Corporal Co C & E, 1st OVI & 2nd Lt Co I 188th OVI
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec. 4  Lot 28 Grave 4
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • "Franklin Twp. Participants In The Civil War" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 304
      "Dactetler, John M. 3-month service co. C, 1st O. V. I.; e. Aug. 1861, co. E, 1st O. V. I. for 3-year service; surg. [sic sergt] 188th O. V. I. 1865."
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John Dachtler enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 10 Aug 18611
      Mustered into Co E, 1st OVI on 10 Aug 1861 (3 years)
      Promoted to Corporal on 1 Jul 1864
      Mustered out on 6 Aug 1864
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John Dachtler enlisted as a 24 year old Sergeant on 18 Feb 1865
      Mustered into Co I, 188th OVI on 4 Mar 1865
      Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 10 Jul 1865
      Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee on 21 Sep 1865
      Pension Index Cards
      filed for pension on 21 Jul 1897 (Certificate #954143) for service in Co C & E 1st OVI & Co I 188th OVI
      filed for widows' pension (Certificate #483134)
DAKIN
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  • John W. Dakin (1845-1910) - Private, Company G, 84th OVI, Company H, 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery, "245th" Co. Veteran Reserve Corps 1st Battn on 1 Jul 1865
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Section 6 with military marker
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 35th OVI
    • Original Roll of Volunteers enlisted for the 35th OVI at Lebanon
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dakon, John W. served in co. G, 84th O. V. I. and bat. H, 2d O. V. H. A."
    • Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866. Vol. VI Page 633
      [no John W. Dakin is listed in the Official Roster but there is a John W. Eakin listed where a Dakin surname would be placed alphabetically]
      John W. Eakin enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 2 Jun 1862
      Mustered into Co G 84th OVI for 3 months service at Camp Chase, Ohio on 10 Jun 1862
      Mustered out with company at Camp Delaware, Ohio on 20 Sep 1862
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 15 Aug 1863
      Mustered into Co H 2nd OHA on 7 Jun 1863
      Transferred into "245th" Co. Veteran Reserve Corps 1st Battn on 1 Jul 1865
      Mustered out at Knoxville, Tennessee on 12 Aug 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension of 16 May 1876 (SC#208273) for service in Co G 84th OVI, Bat. H, 2nd OHA & "245" Co. 1st Battn V.R.C.
    • List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Volume III, Page 342
      "John W. Dokin [sic], Franklin PO, SC#208273, dis. of eyes & lungs, $4.00 monthly pension beginning May, 1882"
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      Military:  enlisted as Private at Spring Valley, Ohio on 15 Aug 1863 Co H 2nd OHA, mustered out at end of war on 12 Aug 1865 at Knoxville, Tennessee, blind right eye from explosion of powder during service
      Domestic:  widowed 65 year old farmer, Franklin, Ohio, born Indiana, nearest relative, Charles Simpson, friend, Franklin, Ohio
      Home History:  $24 pension, admitted 4 Apr 1910, died 10 Apr 1910, telegraphed brother, Geo. Dakin, Waynesville, Ohio; bodied shipped to Franklin, Ohio for burial
    • Ohio Death Certificate #22888 (1910) John W. Dakin, H 2nd H.A.
      white male born 1845 aged 65 years
      died 10 Apr 1910 at National Military Home, Jefferson Twp, Mon
      tgomery County, Ohio
      buried 12 Apr 1910 at Franklin, Ohio
    • Application for 13 headstones by Joseph W. Woodward 3 Oct 1911; Applications for Headstones in Private Cemeteries, 1909-1924 (entry 592), Cemeterial Records; Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
      "John W. Dakin, Pri, Co F 2d Ohio HA, trans to 245 Co, 1 Battn V.R.C.; died Apr. 10, 1910, buried Wood Hill, Franklin O. "
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DALEY
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  • John P. Daley (c1842-1861) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry
    • grave at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #470 of John B. Daley in an unmarked grave in Old Section Lot 24 on 26 Jun 1861
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John P. Daley enlisted as a 19 year old Private from Lebanon on 19 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
      Accidently killed in a railroad Accident at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 26 Jun 1861
      Buried at Lebanon, Ohio
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311, Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township
      "12th O. V. I., - John Daily"
    • Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, June 6, 1861, page 3 column 1
      "One of the Volunteers belonging to the Warren National Guards, named Dailey, now at Camp Dennison, met with a serious accident one day last week. He was standing on the railroad as a guard when a train was passing, he supposed he was stepping out of its way by moving from one track to the other, but he was mistaken, and the engine struck him, breaking one of his legs and severely injuring his head. We learn that he will recover."
    • Warren County in the War, Part IV," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 21, 1885
DALTON
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  • John Dalton (1943-1912) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment & Company H, 23rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John Dalton enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 19 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 19 Jun 1861 (3 years)
      Appointed Corporal; transferred into Co H, 23rd OVI on 1 Jul 1864; veteran
      Wounded (no other intormation)
      Promoted to Corporal on 1 Jan 1865, Sergeant on 9 May 1865 and reduced to Private on 1 Jun 1865
      Mustered out with company at Cumberland, Maryland on 26 Jul 1865; veteran
    • Civil War Discharges Warren County, Ohio (Lebanon, OH: Warren County Genealogical Society, 2002), p. 155
      "Page 509
      Know Ye, That John Dalton, a Private of Captain Rigdon William's Company, (F), 12th Regiment of Ohio Infantry Voluteers who was enrolled on the nineteenth day of June 1861 to serve three years or during the war is hereby Discharged, from the service of the United States, this fourth day of January 1864, at Charleston, West Va. by reason of re-enlistment as a Veteran Vol."
      Said John Dalton was born in Ireland, is twenty-one years of age, five feet seven inches high, dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair and by occupation, when enrolled, a farmer.
      Given at Fayetteville, W. Va., this fourth (4) day of January, 1864 . . .
      Page 510
      Know Ye, That John Dalton, a Private of Captain Harrison G. Otis's Company, (H), 23rd Regiment of Ohio Veteran Infantry Volunteers who was enrolled on the fifth day of January 1864 to serve three years or during the war is hereby Discharged, from the service of the United States, this twenty sixth day of July 1865, at Cumberland, Maryland by reason of telegraphic instructions from A. G. O. June 30, 1865.
      Said John Dalton was born in Ireland, is twenty two (22) years of age, five feet seven inches high, dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a farmer.
      Given at Cumberland, Md. this twenty sixth day of July, 1865. H. G. Otis, Capt. Comdg Co C 23rd Regt OVVI."
    • Pension Index Cards
      John Dalton filed for a pension on 19 Dec 1887 (Application #632523, Certificate #396177) for service as a Corporal, Co F, 12th OVI
      died 1912
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      John Dalton, Case #14696, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio, Register D, image 731
      Military History: Enlisted 19 Jun 1861 at Lebanon, Ohio, Pvt, Co F 12th OVI discharged in Fayetteville, WVa on 4 Jan 1864
      Reinlisted at Charleston W Va. on 5 Jan 1864 in Co H, 23th OVI; dicharged at Cumberland, Md on 26 Jul 1865
      Domestic History: born in Ireland, 42 years old, widowed Catholic farmer from Lebanon, Ohio; son James P. Dalton, Cin. O.; friend Mrs. Annie Kane, Dayton, Ohio
      Home History: Admitted to home on 18 Jun 1887, 22 AUg 1907 & 20 Oct 1910; died 25 Jan 1912 in Dayton, a member of the Home at date of death; body to Home for interment
      General Remarks: buied Section 1 Row No. 3 Grave No. 75
      Pension Certificate #396177 at $8.00/mo. from 19 Dec 87 for gunshot wound [various pension increases listed on record]
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator 
      John Dalton, Cpl, Infantry, Civil War
      Date of Death: 25 Jan 1912
      Buried at Section 1 Row 3 Site 75 Dayton National Cemetery
    • Ohio Death Certificate #6286 (1912) Jno. Dalton
      Retired white male farmer
      born 1843 in Ireland
      died 15 Jan 1912 at Dayton, Ohio
      buried Soldiers Home Cemetery 5 Feb 1912
    • "Warren County in the War, Part X," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, January 9, 1886
DANFORTH
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  • Horace P. Danforth (1833-1907) - Captain, Company H, 106th Illinois Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at the Butterworth Farm Cemetery
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Danforth, Horace P. corp. co. H, 100th Ill. V. I.; pro. sergt. lieut. and capt."
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a Corporal from Lincoln, Illinois on 11 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co H, 106th Illinois Infantry Regiment
      Promoted to 1st Sergeant
      Promoted to Captain on 29 Jul 1863
      Mustered out at Pine Bluff, Arkansas on 12 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 18 Jan 1884 (Certificate #489617) for service in Co H 106th Illinois Infantry
      Emma B. Danforth filed for widows' pension 30 Feb 1907 (Certificate #670272)
DARMODY
DORMADY
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  • James Darmody/Dormady (c1842-____)  - Private, Company F, 75th Ohio Infantry Regiment and Co I, 25th US Infantry Regiment
    • Everhart, Lest We Forget, Volume I (Lebanon, Ohio: Warren County Genealogical Society, 2002), page 52
      "Dormady, James, Co. F, 75th OVI, of Franklin Twp., Warren Co., Ohio. "
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 75th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      James Dormady enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 21 Oct 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 75th OVI on 14 Dec 1861
      Absent, sick, at hospital at Cincinnati, Ohio
      (no further Information
    • Pension Index Cards
      James Darmody filed for a pension on 15 Nov 1886 (Application #589347, no Certificate #) for servicee in Co F 75th OVI & Co I 25th US Inf.
DAUGHERTY
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  • James M. Daugherty/Dougherty (1838-1909) - Private, Company G, 146th Ohio Infantry & Corporal, Troop K, 13th Ohio Cavalry Regiment
    • grave at Dayton National Cemetery, Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio - Sec Q Row 22 Site 21
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 13th OVC
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      James M. Dougherty enlisted as a 28 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co G, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
      James J. Dougherty re-enlisted as a 28 year old Private on 9 Mar 1865
      Mustered into Troop K, 13th OVC on 23 Mar 1865
      Promoted to Corporal on 26 May 1865
      Mustered out at Petersburg, Virginia on 10 Aug 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      James M. Dougherty filed for a pension on 2 Mar 1887 & on 23 Mar 1907 (Application #599956, Certificate #898577) for service in Co G, 146th OVI & in Co K, 13th OVC
      died 29 May 1909
    • Ohio. Warren County. 1890 U.S. Census, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc.". Digital images. Ancestry.com.
      Salem Twp ED 296, page 10 dwelling 341, family 457
      line 19 James M. Daugherty, Private Co G 146 Oh Inf from 2 May 1864 to 7 Sep 1864, 4 months 5 days
      line 20 James M. Daugherty, Corpl Co K 13 Oh Cav from 9 Mar 1865 to 10 Aug 1865, 5 months
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      James M. Daugherty, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio, Register H,  #32789, image 2509
      Military History: Enlisted 2 May 1864 at Clarksville, Ohio  as Pvt, Co G 14' Ohio Inf, discharged 2 Sep 1864 at Camp Dennison, Ohio; re-enlisted 9 Mar 1865 at Clintonville Ohio as Corpl Co K 13th Ohio Cav. Mustered out at end of war on 10 Aug 1865 at Petersburg, Virginia
      Domestic History: born Ohio, age 70, widowed farmer living at Morrow, Ohio; John W. Daugherty (son), Morrow, Ohio nearest relative
      Home History: Admitted to Central Branch 27 Apr 1908, died 29 May 1909 from a Cerebral hemorrhage; son John W. Daugherty, Morrow Warren Co Ohio notified by telegram
      General Remarks: grave in Section Q Row No. 22 Grave No. 21
    • Ohio Death Certificate #65216 (1909) James M. Daugherty
      widowed white male farmer
      born 1838 in Ohio
      died 29 May 1909 at the National Military Home, Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio
      Buried National Military Home 1 Jun 1909
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator 
      James M. Daugherty, Cpl Cavalry Civil War
      Date of Death: 29 May 1909
      Buried at Dayton National Cemetery Section Q Row 22 Site 21
DAUGHTERS
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  • Henry Daughters (c1837-1877) - Private, Company D, 110th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Mt. Holly Cemetery
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 26 year old Private on 29 Jun 1863
      Mustered into Co D 110th OVI on 29 Jun 1863
      Mustered out at Washington, DC on 7 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Henry Daughters died at Spring Valley, Ohio on 13 Jun 1877
      Mary Braddock filed for a widows' pension on 31 Aug 1890 (Application # 524670 - no Certificate # listed) for service on Henry Daughters in Co D 110th OVI
      William Braddock, guardian, filed for a minor's pension (Certificate #814765)
      Remarks: XC #2691205
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      Henry Daughters, Pvt, Co D 110th Regt Ohio Inf
      Cemetery: at Xenia, Ohio
      Date of Death: [blank]
 
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DAVIS
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  • Edward W. Davis (1831-1904) - Private, Battery K, 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Maineville Cemetery
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Edward W. Davis enlisted as a 42 year old Private on 9 Jul 1863
      Mustered into Co K 2nd OHA on 7 Sep 1863
      Disability discharge at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 5 Nov 1863
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension in Ohio on 29 Feb 1888 (SC#411122) for service in Battery K 2nd OHA
      Arminta Davis filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 15 Apr 1904 (WC#579682)
 
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  • Ellis Davis (1843-1920) - Private, Company A, 35th Ohio Infantry, Company A, 146th Ohio Infantry & Company B, 81st Ohio Infantry
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 35th OVI
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Ellis Davis enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 15 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
      Disability discharge at Nashville, Tennessee on 20 Apr 1862
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Ellis Davis enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co A, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Service Record #3 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Elias Davis enlisted as a 22 year old Private on 11 Mar 1865
      Mustered into Co B, 81st OVI on 11 Mary 1865
      Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 13 Jul 1865
    • Pension Payment Cards
      Ellis Davis filed for a pension on 18 Jan 1886 (Application #559444, Certificate #848290) for service in Co A 35th OVI, Co A, 146th OVI & Co B, 81st OVI
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      Ellis Davis, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio, Register L, image 538, Case #13908
      Military History: Enlisted at Lebanon O 15 Aug 1861, Pvt Co A 35 OVI, disability discharge Nashville Tenn 20 Apr 1862;
      Enlisted at Lebanon O May 1864 Co A 146 Ohio Inf, discharged 7 Sep 1864 at Camp Dennison, Ex. of Term;
      Enlisted 11 Mar 1865 at Cincinnati O co B 81 Ohio Inf, discharged 22 Jul 1865 at Louisville, Ky, end of War
      Domestic History: born Lebanon Ohio, age 43, single house painter living in Marietta O,; brother Albert Davis, Dayton, O
      Home History: Admitted 8 May 1886, 13 Nov 1891 & 11 May 1896, died 5 Aug 1820 Ceregral Hemorrhage; brother, Dr. Frank Davis, Louisville, Ky notified
      Remarks: Section 2 Row No. 19 Grave No. 44; effects to nephew, Bert Davis, Dayton, Ohio
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator 
      Ellis Davis, Pvt, Infantry, Civil War
      Date of Death: 5 Aug 1920
      Buried at Dayton National Cemetery, Section 2 Row 19 Site 44
    • Ohio Death Certificate #55095 (1920) Ellis Davis
      single white male
      age 77
      died 5 Aug 1920 at National Military Home Ohio, Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio
      buried 9 Aug 1920 National Military Home Ohio
    • "Warren County in the War," part VIII, The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, December 19, 1885
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  • George Bailey Davis (1841-1931) First Sergeant, Company F, 60th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #4624 in Sec A Lot 36 on 22 Jan 1931
    • Sons of Union Veterans Grave Registration
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305,
      "Davis, Geo. B. co. F, 60th O. V. I.; pro. lieut.; wounded at Petersburg."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Soldiers at Ancestry.com [paid site]
      Enlisted as a 22 year old Corporal on 27 Feb 1864
      Mustered into Co F, 60th OVI on 15 Apr 1864
      Promoted to Sergeant on 21 Sep 1864
      Promoted to First Sergeant on 1 Mar 1865
      Mustered out at Delaney House, Washington, D.C. on 28 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed of pension on 2 Jun 1885 (Certificate #327665) for service in Co F, 60th Ohio Inf
      Died 19 Jan 1931 at Harveysburg, Ohio
 
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  • James A. L. Davis (c1830-1875) - Private, Company C, 33rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Red Lion Cemetery - no gravemarker found in 2009
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      James A. L. Davis enlisted as a 31 year old Private on 27 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co C, 33rd OVI on 27 Aug 1861
      Discharged at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 23 Jun 1863
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      James A. L. Davis, Pvt, Co C 33rd Ohio Inf
      Cemetery: ___ at Clearcreek Twp, Warren Co. Ohio
      Date of Death: Nov. 10, 1875
    • Lois J. Lambert, Heros of the Western Theater, 33rd Veteran Volunteer Infantry (Milford, Ohio, Little Miami Publishing Co., 2008) page 405.
 
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  • James D. Davis (1845-1903) - Corporal, Company C, 76th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Deerfield Cemetery - Section B Lot 67 Grave F
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Jas. D. Davis, 4 years in co. C, 76th Pa. V. I.; 3 times wounded "
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems citing History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865 & Soldiers of Blair County, PA
      James D. Davis enlisted as a Corporal at Blair County, Pennsylvania on 17 Oct 1861
      Mustered into Co C 76th Pennsylvania Infantry on 17 Oct 1861
      Wounded at Fort Fisher, North Carolina on 15 Jan 1865
      Mustered out at Raleigh, North Carolina on 18 Jul 1865 (absent at MO)
      Other Information: [CONFLICTING INFORMATION]
      born in 1841
      buried Carson Valley, Duncansville, PA
    • Pension Index Cards
      James D. Davis filed for a pension on 2 Oct 1865 (Application #91206, Certificate #58704) for service in Co C 76th Pa. Inf.
      died 10 Feb 1903
      Sarah L. Davis filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 16 Mar 1903 (Application #780400, Certificate #560326)
    • Chester Dunn, Warren County Assessors Records Book 1 Deaths 1886-1907, (Lebanon OH: Warren County Genealogical Society, 1998) page 113
      "J. D. Davis d. S. Leb. 10 Feb 1903 age 57-6-6"
    • Application for 5 headstones by D. J. Morris 25 Nov 1911; Applications for Headstones in Private Cemeteries, 1909-1924 (entry 592), Cemeterial Records; Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
      "James D. Davis, Private Co C 76th Penn V.I. died Feb. 1903, buried So. Lebanon"
 
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  • John A. Davis (c1844-1926) - Private, Company B, 79th Ohio Infantry & First Sergeant, Co I, 1st US Veteran Engineer Voluneers
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio "Deerfield Twp Veterans" page 644
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "John A. Davis corp. co. B, 79th O. V. I.; sergt. co. I, 1st U.S.V.V. Eng."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John A. Davis enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 9 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co B 79th OVI on 21 Oct 1862
      Transferred into VV Eng Corps 15 Aug 1864
      member of GAR Post #201 (Capt Colwell) in Carlisle, PA
      died 25 Dec 1926
    • Civil War Discharges, Warren County, Vol. 2/3 (Lebanon, OH: Warren County Genealogical Society, Lebanon, Ohio, 2002),
      " Know ye, that John A. Davis a First Sergeant of Captain John Thomas' Company, First Regiment of U. S. Veteran Engineer Volunteers, who was enrolled on the ninth day of August one thousand eight hundred and sixty two to serve three or during the war is herby discharged from the service of the United States, this twenty-sixth day of September, 1865 at Nashville, Tennessee, by reason of being mustered out in accordance with S. O. 63. C. S. Department of Tennessee
      (no objectio to his being re-enlisted is known to exist)
      Said John A. Davis was born in Warren Co in the State of Ohio, is Eighteen years of age, five feet ten inches high, fair complextion, black eyes, brown hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a farmer.
      Given at Nashville, Tenn., this twenty sixth day of September, 1865
      John Thomas
      Capt. 1st U.S.V.V.Engs
      Comdg Compy"
    • Pension Index Cards
      John A. Davis filed for a pension on 13 May 1903 & 15 Feb 1907 (SC#1071_38) for service in Co I, US Vet Vol Eng.
      died at Boston, Massachusetts on 25 Dec 1926
      filed for a widows' pension (WC#a5-20-27)
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  • John C. Davis (c1830-1864) - Private, Company I, 83rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
 
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  • John M. Davis (c1837-1915) - Private, Battery B, 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery Regiment
    • grave at Hill Grove Cemetery, Miamisburg, Montgomery County, Ohio - Lot 700-4
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Davis, John, e. Jul, 1862, 2d O. V. H. A.; served 3 years."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John M. Davis enlisted as a 26 year old Private on 21 Jul 1863
      Mustered into Co B, 2nd OVHA on 5 Aug 1863
      Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee on 23 Aug 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      John M. Davis filed for a pension on 11 Aug 1890 & on 5 Mar 1907 (Application #948129, Certificate #850873) for service in Co B, 2nd OVHA
      died at Miamisburg, Ohio on 19 Nov 1915
    • Ohio. Warren County. 1890 U.S. Census, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc. Digital images. Ancestry.com.
      Clearcreek Twp West ED 287, page 3, dwelling 240, family 241; Red Lion Post Office
      John M. Davis, Pvt, Co B, 2nd OVHA from 22 Jul 1863 to 22 Aug 1865; ruhetism in knee and hip 27 years standing
 
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  • William H. H. Davis (1840-1916) - Private, Company G & B, 11th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Section 6
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Wm. Davis 3 months and 3 years in co. I, 11th O. V. I.; dis. June, 1864"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William H. H. Daivs enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 22 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co G, 11th OVI on 26 Apr 1861 (3 months)
      Mustered out on 18 Jun 1861
      William H. H. Davis re-enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 20 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co. B, 11th OVI on 20 Jun 1861
      Disability Discharge on 21 Jan 1864.
    • Pension Index Cards
      William H. H. Davis filed for a pension on 1 Sep 1879 & on 27 Jan 1910 (Application #306674, Certificate #261448) for service in Co G & Co B, 11th OVI
      died at Franklin, Ohio on 23 Aug 1916
      Emma A. Davis filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 12 Sep 1916 (Application #1071852, Certificate #823865)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #53034 (1916) Wm H. H. Davis
      married white male cooper
      born 25 Jan 1840 in Ohio to Isaac Davis and Sarah Tumpang
      died 23 Aug 196 at Franklin, Ohio aged 76 years 6 months 29 days
      buried 25 Aug 196 Franklin, Ohio
    • Application for 3 headstones by J. B. Woodward on 21 Dec 1916; Applications for Headstones in Private Cemeteries, 1909-1924 (entry 592), Cemeterial Records; Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
      "William H. H. Davis, Private Co. B, 11th OVI, died August 23, 1916, buried Woodhill Cemetery"
DAWSON
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  • Servetus Dawson (1843-1925) - Corporal, Company I, 50th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #2314 in Sec 4 Lot 134 on 20 Aug 1925
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio "Deerfield Twp Veterans" page 644
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page
      "Servetus Dawson e. Aug. 1862, co. I, 50th O. V. I.; pro. corp.; dis. 1865"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 19 year old Corporal on 15 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co I, 50th OVI on 29 Aug 1862
      Mustered out at Salisbury, North Carolina on 26 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension in Ohio on 19 Oct 1892 & on 16 Sep 1907 (SC#1113070) for service in Co I, 50th OVI
      died at Sharonville, Ohio on 17 Aug 1925
    • Ohio Death Certificate #43860 (1925) Servetus Dawson
      widowed white male
      born Mason, Ohio to Ezra Dawson & ___ Davaul
      died 16 Aug 1925 Union Twp, Butler County, Ohio
      buried 19 Aug 1925 Mason Cemetery
DAY
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  • David Frakes Day (c1843/1847-1914) - Private, Company D, 57th Ohio Infantry
    • Beers History of Warren County page 618
    • Service Record
      Enlisted at Cincinnati as an 18 year old private on 23 Sep 1861
      Mustered into Co D, 57th Ohio Infantry on 23 Sep 1861
      Mustered out at Little Rock, Arkansas on 14 Aug 1865
    • Medal of Honor Citation record at the U. S. Army Center of Military History
      Rank and organization: Private, Company D, 57th Ohio Infantry.
      Place and date: At Vicksburg, Miss., 22 May 1863.
      Birth: Dallasburg, Ohio.
      Date of issue: 2 January 1895.
      Citation: Gallantry in the charge of the "volunteer storming party
    • Medal of Honor Citation record at the Ohio Historical Society
      Day, David F.
      Conflict: Civil War
      Branch of Service: Army
      Rank and Unit: Private, Company D, 57th Ohio Infantry
      Entered Service: Cincinnati, Ohio
      Birth Date:
      Birth City: Dallasburg
      Birth County: Warren

      Birth State: Ohio
      Accredited City: Cincinnati
      Accredited County: Hamilton
      Accredited State: Ohio
      Place of Action: Vicksburg, Mississippi
      Date of Action: 22 May 1863
      Date Issue: 2 January 1895
      Citation: Gallantry in the charge of the "volunteer storming party."
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension in Colorado on 22 Mar 1909 (Certificate #1155374) for service in Co D 57th OVI
      Died at Durango Colorado on 22 Jun 1914
      Victoria S. Day filed for widows' pension in Colorado on 20 Jul 1914 (Certificate #778822)
      Remarks:  xc 2734553
 
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  • John S. Day (c1845-1866) - Private, Company L, 9th Ohio Cavalry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at West Woodville Cemetery
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as an 18 year old private on 3 Sep 1863
      Mustered into 12th Ohio Cavalry un 3 Sep 1863
      Transferred to Co L 9th Ohio Cavalry on 15 Sep 1863
      Mustered out at Lexington, North Carolina on 20 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Mother, Julia A. Joseph, filed for pension in Ohio on 5 Aug 1884 [Application #318314 but no Certificate #] for service of John S. Day in Co L 9th OVC
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      John S. Day Pvt Co L 9 Regt Ohio Cav
      Cemetery:  near Blanchester Ohio
      Date of Death:  May 6, 1866
 
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  • Stanly Day (c1846-1889) - Private, Company A, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment & Company D, 73rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
DEARDOFF
DEARDORFF
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  • Frank Deardoff/Deardorff (c1846-1928) - Private, Company B, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 7 Lot 24 Grave 1
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Frank Deardorff enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co B, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Frank Deardorff filed for a pension on 10 Jul 1890 (Application #807461, Certificate #538431) for service in Co B, 146th OVI
      died 15 May 1928 at National Military Home, Ohio
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      Frank Deardorff, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio, Case #52336, image 2465
      Military History: enlisted at Franklin, O 2 May 1864 as Pvt, Co B, 146th OVI, discharged at Warren County O Sep 7, 1864
      Domestic History: born Ohio, age 79, widowed merchant from Dayton, Ohio; dau. Ethel Hawkins, Kenwood & Salem Ave, Dayton, O
      Home History: admitted to Central Branch 28 Apr 1926, died 15 May 1928
      General Remarks: Pension Certificate #538431; remains shipped to Dayton, O.
    • Ohio Death Certificate #32747 (1928) Frank Deardorff
      widowed white male merchant
      died 15 May 1928 at National Military Home Ohio, Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio
      buried 16 May 1928 at Franklin, Ohio
 
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  • John P. Deardoff/Deordorff (1840-1920) - Private, Company F, 1st Ohio Infantry & Corporal, Company B, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 7 Lot 25 Grave 2 (American Legion Lot)
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 1st OVI
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition,
      pag
      e 305: "Deardorff, John P. 3 months in co. F, 1st O. V. I.; 4 months in co. B, 146th O. V. I."
      page 316: J. P. Deardoff listed as Charter member of John Kell Post 241, G. A. R.; also as Q.M.S. after Oct. 11th 1883; surgeon in 1885; J.V.C. in 1886
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John P. Dearderff enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 17 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 1st OVI on 29 Apr 1861 (3 months)
      Mustered out at Dayton, Ohio on 16 Aug 1861
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John Deardorff enlisted as a 24 year old Corporal on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co B, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      John P. Deardoff filed for a pension on 20 May 1891 & on 7 Mar 1910 (Application #1022383, Certificate #758242) for service in Co F, 1st OVI & Co B, 146th OVI
      died 13 Jan 1920 at Franklin, Ohio
    • Ohio Death Certificate #6723 (1920) John P. Deardorff
      widowed white male retired merchant
      born Mar 1840 in Ohio to David Deardorff & Margaret Johnson
      died 13 Jan 1920 at Franklin, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 16 Jan 1920 at Franklin, Ohio
    • "Old Citizen Found Dead," John P. Deardoff obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, January 15, 1920
      " . . . Mr. Deardoff was nearly 80 years of age and is survived by two brothers, Daniel, of Frankl; and Frank, of Dayton. He was a member of the G. A. R. . . ."
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  • Perry H. Deardoff (1844-1914) - Corporal, Company F, 75th Ohio Infantry Regiment & Sergeant, Co D, 13th US Veteran Volunteer Infantry
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec. 6 Lot 181-4
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • Beers History of Warren County page 802,
      "He enlisted in Company F, 75th O. V. I. He fought in the battles at Franklin, McDowell, Cross Keys and Cedar Mountain, when he took sick. After his recovery, he was assigned a place in Company D, of the Veteran Reserve Corps of the 13th U. S. I. He was First Sergeant of his company and led the first company through Boston after the famous Boston riot. He was discharged Sept 17, 1865."
    • "Franklin Twp. Participants In The Civil War" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition,
      page 305: "Deardorff, Perry H. e. Sept. 1861, co. F, 75th O. V. I.; trans. V. R. C.; dis. 1864."
      page 316: Deardoff, P. H. mustered into John Kell Post 241 Oct 12, 1882
    • Service Record
      Perry H. Deardorf enlisted as an 18 year old private on 27 Sep 1861
      Mustered into Co F 75th OVI on 14 Dec 1862
      Promoted to Corporal on 22 Jun 1864
      Transferred to Veterans Reserve Corp on 1 Aug 1864
      Mustered out at Portland, Maine on 27 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 30 Jun 1880 (Certificate #493032) for service in Co F 75th OVI and in Co D 13th VRC
      Died at Franklin Ohio on 18 May 1914
      Ruth M. Deardoff filed for widows' pension on 18 Sep 1922 (Certificate #921508)
      Remarks  xc2706914 [Ancestry.com has him indexed as "Peny H. Deardoff"]
    • Ohio Death Certificate #31526 (1914) Perry H. Deardoff
      married male farmer
      born 25 Feb 1844 in Ohio to David Deardorf and Margaret Johnson
      died 18 May 1915 in Franklin, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 20 May 1914 in Franklin, Ohio
    • "Mustered Out. P.H. Deardoff Answers Summons." The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, May 21, 1914
      "... The comrades of the deceased in John Kell Post, G. A. R. conducted the burial ritualistic service at the grave. ...
      " ...At the age of seventeen years he enlisted in Company F, 75th O. V. I. for three years, and after expiration of service was discharged Sept. 27, 1864.
      He was present in the battles at Franklin, McDowell, Cross Keys and Cedar Mountain where he was taken sick. After his recovery he was assigned a place in Company D of the Veteran Reserve Corps of the 13th U. S. I. ..."
    • Application for Headstone for Perry H. Deardoff 25 Jun 1915; Applications for Headstones in Private Cemeteries, 1909-1924 (entry 592), Cemeterial Records; Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
      "Perry H. Deardoff, Private Co F 75th OVI; transferred to Co D 13th VRC; died 17 May 1914, Woodhill Cemetery at Franklin, Ohio "
DECKER
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  • Joseph E. Decker (1839-1911), Private, Company B, 2nd Ohio Infantry & Co E, 18th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery - Section 10 Lot 7 Grave 4
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 2nd OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Jos. E. Decker e. at Franklin, Aug 5, 1862, co. B, 2d O. V. I.; trans. Nov. 1864, to co. B, 18th O. V. V. I.; dis. at Chattanooga, Tenn. June 10, 1865; S.V.C. Kell Post, G.A.R."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Joseph E. Decker enlisted as a 22 year old Private on 5 Sep 1862
      Mustered into Co B 2nd OVI on 5 Sep 1862
      Transferred into Co E, 18th OVVI on 10 Oct 1864
      Mustered out on 10 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Joseph E. Decker filed for a pension in Ohio on 5 Mar 1892 & on 15 Feb 1907 (Application #1096779, Certificate #921573) for service in Co B 2nd OVI & Co E 18th OVVI
      died 21 Jul 1911
      Sarah Belle Decker filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 4 Aug 1911 (Application #969755, Certificate #728487)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #40658 (1911) Joseph E. Decker
      married white male farmer
      born 13 Jun 1839 in Ohio to Jacob Decker & Margaret Thompson
      died 21 Jul 1911 at Franklin, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 25 Jul 1911 at Franklin O.
    • "Josie Decker Answers the Summons of the Grim Reaper," obituary, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, July 17, 1911
      " . . . He was a soldier in the Civil War being a volunteer in the 2nd O. V. I. and served with credit throughout the conflict. He was one of the three men who remained of his entire company and his death has reduced the ranks to but two, both of whom were present at his funeral.
      . . . John Kell Post attended the funeral in a body and escorted their comrade to his last resting place in Woodhill cemetery."
    • Application for 13 headstones by Joseph W. Woodward 3 Oct 1911; Applications for Headstones in Private Cemeteries, 1909-1924 (entry 592), Cemeterial Records; Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
      "Jospeh E. Decker, Pri. Co B 2 OVI & Co E 18 Ohio Inf, died July 21, 1911, buried Wood Hill, Franklin O"
 
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  • William W. Decker (1834-1900) - Sergeant, Battery B, 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery Regiment
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Section 5 Lot 114 Grave 1
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William W. Decker enlisted as a 24 year old Corporal on 20 Jul 1863
      Mustered into Co B 2nd OHA on 5 Aug 1863
      Promoted to Sergeant on 26 Nov 1863
      Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee on 23 Aug 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      William W. Decker filed for a pension on 30 Oct 1883 (SC#827151) for service in Co B, 2nd OHA
    • "Obituary", The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday February 22, 1900
      "... He served for over two years in the army of the Union, enlisting as a private in Company B., 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery, July 13, 1863, and receiving an honorable discharge as a Sergeant in CO. B. 2n O. H. A., Aug. 23rd, 1865. He was a brave and true soldier and followed the varying fortunes of the flag without faltering during these two dark and sombre years. He was a member of the John Kell Post G. A. R. of this place, and the esteem in which he was held by his comrades, was attested by those who were present to pay a last sad tribute to his memory. ..."
DEDONELL
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DEEM
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DEIS
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DELANEY
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  • James Delaney (1845-1928) - Private, Company H, 163rd Ohio Infantry Regiment (100 days)
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery
    • Service Record
      James Delancy enlisted as an 18 year old private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co. H, 163rd OVI on 12 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Chase, Ohio on 10 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      no record found
DELFENDAHL
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  • Henry Delfendahl (1841-1928) - Private, Volters Company, Jones' Independant Battalion Ohio Infantry & Company A, 165th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Spring Grove Cemetery, Cinciinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio - Interment #105859 in Sec 86 Lot 14 on 22 Dec 1928
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dellendahl, Hanery, corp. co. I, 10th O. V. I.; 4 month in co. A, 165th O. V. I."
    • Service Record#1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Henry Dalfendahl enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 27 Sep 1861
      Mustered into "Volters'" Co. Jones' Independant Battalion Ohio Infantry
      Mustered out at Cincinnati, Ohio on 9 Jan 1862
    • Service Record#2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Henry Delfendahl enlisted at Cincinnati as a 22 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co A, 165th OVI on 14 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 31 Aug 1864
    • Ohio. Warren County. 1890 U.S. Census, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc. Digital images. Ancestry.com.
      Hamilton Twp, ED 293, page 5, dwelling 232, family 238; Fosters Post Office
      Henry Delphendall, Private Co A, 165th OVI from 14 May 1864 to 30 Aug 1864; 3 months 16 days
    • Pension Index Cards
      Henry Delfendahl filed for a pension on 29 Dec 1890 & on 23 Feb 1907 (Application #978814, Certificate #931412) for service in Volters Co, Jones' Indpt Battln OVI & Co A, 165th OVI
      died at Cincinnati, Ohio on 20 Dec 1928
    • Ohio Death Certificate #74699 (1928) Henry Delfendahl
      retired white male widower of Johanna Delfendahl
      born 30 Dec 1841 in Germany (no parents listed)
      died 20 Dec 1928 at Cincinnati, Ohio
      buried 22 Dec 1928 in Spring Grove Cemetery
DeMAR
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  • Isaac F. DeMar (c1840-1865) - Private, Company B & Company I, 83rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Isaac F. DeMar enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 8 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co B, 83rd OVI on 29 Aug 1862
      Transferred from Co B to Co I, 83rd OVI
      Killed at Fort Blakely, Alabama on 9 Apr 1865
      Buried at Mobile National Cemetery, Gravesite 4-40
    • Pension Index Cards
      J. Burt, guardian, filed for a minor's pension on 3 Jun 1865 (Application #96435, no Certificate #)
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator
      [not found]
DEMPSEY
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  • Henry Dempsey (c.1824-1897) - Private, Company K, 5th US Colored Troops
    • photo of gravestone at Old Quaker Cemetery, Roachester, Warren County, Ohio
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 39 year old Private on 28 December 1863
      Mustered into Co K, 5th USCT on 15 Jan 1864
      also had service in Co F, 35th USCT
      Mustered out on 20 Sep1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 6 May 1878 (Certificate #423538)
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      Henry Dempsey, Pvt Co K 5th USCT
      Cemetery:  Salem Twp near Rochester Ohio
      Date of Death:  24 May 1897
DENISE
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  • Charles Edgar DeNise (1845-1907) - Squirrel Hunter; Sergeant, Company B, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 6 Lot 140 Grave 1
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Charles E. Denise enlisted as a Sergeant on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co B, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Charles E. Denise filed for a pension in Ohio on 12 Jun 1893 (Application #1151602, Certificate #884937) for service in Co B, 146th OVI
      Lottie Denise filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 2 Jul 1908 (Application #884225, Certificate #645521)
    • "Charles Edgar DeNise," obituary, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, November 7, 1907.
      " . . . But at the early age of 18 the call of his country came to him to shoulder arms and go forth in its defenxe. This call was heeded and abandoning his University studies he enlisted with the Minute Men from Ohio, better know as the "Squirrel Hunters" birgade doing active and vallant service with his company until honorably discharged by the chief executive of the state. Later he entered the 146th Ohio National Guards and was made sergeant and continued in the service of his country until he was mustered out at the close of the term of his enlistment. . . . "
 
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  • Ira Condit Denise (1840-1901) - Private, Company B, 10th New York Infantry Regiment (Zouaves)
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 9 Lot 58 Grave 6
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Denise, Ira C. co. B, 10th N. Y. Zouaves, 1861-3; det. clerk secret service."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Ira C. Denise enlsited as a 21 year old Private at New York City on 26 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co B, 10th NY Inf on 27 Apr 1861
      Mustered out at New York, New York on 7 May 1863
    • Pension Index Cards
      Ira C. Denise filed for a pension on 6 Oct 1886 (application #586752, Certificate #382499) for service in Co B, 10th NY Inf
      died Apr, 1900
    • "A Memoir," obituary, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, May 16, 1901
      " . . . Early in life he showed a disinclination for the ordinary pursuits, and a marked inclination toward the study of art. While a youth, he pursued this study in New York, and there before yet reaching the age of manhood he enlisted in the gallant and picturesque 10th New York Zouaves for service in the Civil War. His ___ was perhaps particularly drawn toward this branch of the service because of the picturesque features. . . ."
 
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  • John Schenck Denise (1834-1916) - Private, Company F, 1st Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 9 Lot 59 Grave 7
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 1st OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Denise, John S. e. Apr. 1861, co. F, 1st O.V.I.; seved 3 months 13 days."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John S. Denise enlisted as a 27 year old Private on 17 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 1st OVI on 29 Apr 1861
      Mustered out at Dayton, Ohio on 16 Aug 1861
    • Pension Index Cards
      John S. Denise filed for a pension on 15 Sep 1891 & on 25 Feb 1907 (Application #1057484, Certificate #764461) for service in Co F, 1st OVI
      died 5 Feb 1916 at Franklin, Ohio
      Ann Denise filed for a widows' pension on 11 Mar 1916 (Application #1062450, Certificate #806645)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #14706 (1916) John Schenck Denise
      married white male blacksmith
      born 22 Jan 1834 in Ohio to Geo. L. Denise & Sarah VanKirk
      died 5 Feb 1916 at Franklin, Ohio
      buried 8 Feb 1916 at Franklin, Ohio
    • "John Schenck Denise," obituary, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, February 10, 1916.
      ". . . During the war of the rebellion he answered his country's call three times. He enlisted in Company F, 1st. Ohio Volunteer Infantry and was in the first battle of Bull Run. . . ."
 
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  • Obadiah/Obediah H. Denise (c1842-1918) - 1st Sergeant, 1st Ohio Infantry, 1st Lieutenant, Co F, 60th Ohio Infantry & Captain, Company E, 146th Ohio Infantry.
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 1st OVI
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record#1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Obediah H. Denise enlisted as a 19 year old Sergeant on 17 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 1st OVI on 29 Apr 1861 (3 months)
      Promoted to 1st Sergeant on 11 Jun 1861
      Mustered out at Dayton, Ohio on 16 Aug 1861
    • Service Record#2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Obediah H. Denise enlisted as a 20 year old 1st Lieutenant on 29 Oct 1861
      Commissioned into Co F, 60th OVI on 12 Dec 1861
      Mustered out on 10 Nov 1862
    • Service Record#3 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Obediah H. Denise enlisted as a 22 year old Captain on 2 May 1864
      Commissioned into Co E, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Obadiah H. Denise filed for a pension on 3 Oct 1892 & on 18 Feb 1907 (Application #1133278, Certificate #1081747) for service in Co F, 1st OVI, Co F, 60th OVI & Co E, 146th OVI
      died 25 Jan 1918 at Burlington, Iowa
      Martha L. Denise filed for a widows' pension on 8 Feb 1918 (Application #1123149, Certificate #853581)
      Remarks: not identical with with widows' original Application #1110086, no Certificate #) Obadiah H. Denise, same service, d. 19 Oct 1917 McAllester, Okla
DENNY
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  • Samuel M. Denny (1832 - 1896) - Sergeant, Company F, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
DENSON
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DICKSON
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  • Joseph L. Dickson (1821-1892) - Private, Company D, 85th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dickson, Jos. L. served from 1851 to 1856 in bat. K, 1st U.S.L.A.; e. June, 1862, co. D, 85th O. V. I.; served 3 months; suffered paralysis."
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio,"Deerfield Twp Veterans" page 645 [perhaps same as John L. Dickson?]
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Joseph L. Dixon enlisted as a 41 year old Private on 4 Jul 1862
      Mustered into Co D, 85th OVI on 4 Jul 1862
      Mustered out at Camp Chase, Ohio on 23 Sep 1862
    • Pension Index Cards
      Joseph L. Dickson filed for a pension in Ohio on 5 Jul 1890 (Application #792154, no Certificate #) for service in Co D, 85th OVI
    • Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Grave Database
      Joseph L. Dickson (2 Mar 1821-13 Aug 1892)
      Co D, 85th OVI [also Pvt, Co K, 1st US Artillery 13 Dec 1851-13 Dec 1856]
      Ohio Veterans Home Cemetery, Sec G Lot 26-6
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      Dickson, Joseph L.
      Co D, 85th Regt. Ohio Infy
      Cemetery: Ohio Sold'rs & Sailors' Home, Erie County, Ohio
      Date of Death: 13 Sep 1892
DIFFY
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  • William J. Dilatush (1837-1911) - Private, Company K, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
DILL
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  • Abner W. Dill (12 Jun 1843 - 15 Mar 1914) - Farrier, Company E, 4th Ohio National Guard Cavalry
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dill, A. W. e. at Camp Dennison, Aug. 1, 1863, co. E, 4th O. Indp. V. C.; det. blacksmith in charge for batn. Aug. 3, 1863, dis. March 15, 1864."
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 19 year old farrier on 21 Jul 1863
      Mustered into Co E, 4th Ohio Cavalry on 21 Sep 1863
      Mustered out on 12 Mar 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension in Ohio on 20 May 1890 (Certificate #582011) for service in Co E 4th Battln Ohio N.G. Cav.
      died 15 Mar 1914 at Waynesville, Ohio
      Rebecca A. Dill filed for widows' pension in Ohio on 18 Apr 1914 (Certificate #775984)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #19014 (1914) Abner W. Dill
      Name : Abner W. Dill
      Death date : 15 Mar 1914 Wayne, Warren, Ohio
      Birth date : 15 Jan 1843  Oregonia, O.
      Age at death : 70 years 9 months
      Burial date : 18 Mar 1914 Spring Valley
      Father name : Daniel Dill, b. Lebanon
      Mother name : Anner Needles, b. Delaware
 
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  • George B. Dill (c1846-____) - Private, Company E, 70th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of government gravestone at Union Church Cemetery
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 16 Aug 1864
      Mustered in as a substitute in Co E 70th OVI on 18 Aug 1864
      [no discharge information listed]
    • 1890 Special Schedule. - Surviving Soldier, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc. M123. Lebanon, Union Village PO, Warren County, Ohio, ED 298, page 1 Dwelling 174 Family 181
      George Dill Private, Co E 70th Ohio Infantry from 12 Aug 1864 to 14 Sep 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 29 May 1883 (SC# 478082) for servcie in Co E 70th OVI
      Phebe A. Dill filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on ? Jan 1905 (WC#788266) [date nearly illegible]
      Remarks:  see SC# 413052 Jesse Doughman B 79 Ohio Inf.
    • Ohio Death Certificate #41227 (1935) Phoebe A. Dill
      white female, widow of George B. Dill
      born 24 Jun 1849 in Ohio to John Urton and Sarah A. Hale
      died 30 Jul 1935 at Blanchester, Clinton County, Ohio
      buried 2 Aug 1935 at Blanchester, Clinton County, Ohio
DINWIDDIE
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  • James Dinwiddie (c1837-____) - Private, Company E, 154th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dinwiddie, Jas. e. May 9, 1864, co. E, 154th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 3, 1864"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      James Dinwiddie enlisted as a 27 year old Private on 2 Maly 1864
      Mustered into Co E, 154th OVI on 9 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 1 Sep1861
    • Ohio. Warren County. 1890 U.S. Census, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc. Digital images. Ancestry.com.
      Wayne Twp ED 303, page 5, dwelling 345, family 359, Waynesville Post Office
      James Dinwiddie, Private Co E, 159th OVI from 9 Nov 1864 to 3 Sep 1864 [typed as written]
    • Pension Index Cards
      James Dinwiddie filed for a pension in Ohio on 18 Aug 1890 (Application #920929, no Certificate #) for service in Co E, 154th OVI
      Sarah F. Dinwiddie filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 18 Dec 1890 (Application #496382, Certificate #465440)
      Remarks: See CC145876 Thomas E. Bispham H 79 OVI
DISBRO
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DITMARS
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  • Robert S. Ditmars (1836-1917) - Corporal, Company G, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery Sec 2 Lot 72 Grave 1 on WPA Plat Map
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Ditmars, Robt. 1st corp. co. G, 146th O. V. I. 4-month service."
    • Robert S. Ditmars - Obituary from unnamed paper dated 19 Jul 1917 which says,
      "He enlisted in the army May 2, 1864 and was a member of the G. A. R."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Robert Ditmers enlisted as a 28 year old Corporal on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co G, 146th Ohio National Guard Infantry on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 21 Jun 1892 & on 14 Mar 1904? (Certificate #984385) for service in Co K, 146th ONG
    • Died at Morrow, Ohio on 30 Jun 1917
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  • Leonidas Lycurgus Dodds (1842-1912) - Sergeant, Company A, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #1700 in Section 4 Lot 33 on 2 Mar 1912 (cremated in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
    • Photo: Leonidas L. Dodds with his wife Ellen when first married; contributed 3 Sep 2011 by Sandra M. Warren
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 69th OVI
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio "Deerfield Twp Veterans" page 644
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Leonidas Dodds 3 years and vet. service co. A, 69th O. V. I.; pro. sergt."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 12 Sep 1861
      Mustered into Co A 69th OVI on 31 Dec 1861
      detached to Postmaster Office
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 26 Jul 1865
    • 21 Feb 1864 Discharge Certificate contributed 11 Oct 2011 by Sandra M. Warren
      Know ye, That Leonidas L. Dodds a Sergt of Captain Lewis E. Hicks's Company, (A,) 69 Regiment of Ohio Foot Volunteers who was enrolled on the 12th day of Sept. one thousand eight hundred and Sixty one to serve Three years or during the war, is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States, this 21st day of February, 1864, at Chattanooga Tennessee by reason of Reenlistment as Vet Vol.
      (No objection to his being re-enlisted is known to exist.)
      Said Leonidas L. Dodds was born in Warren co in the state of Ohio . . .[torn] . . .
      5 feet 9 1/8 inches high, fair complexion, Blue eyes, Dark hair and by occupation, when enrolled, a Carpenter.
      Given at Chattanooga Tenn this Fifth day of March 1864.
      Alferd S. H . . .[torn] . . .
      Capt. 19th NY Infy
      A, CM Dept, Cumbld.
      Lewis E. Hicks
      Capt. Co A 69 OVI
      Received for record March 6th 1866 Recorded 13th same Month in Discharge record No. 1 Page 345
      A. B. Gooch R.W.C.
      by Jas. H. Zell Dep.
    • 26 Jul 1865 Discharge Certificate contributed 11 Oct 2011 by Sandra M. Warren
      Know ye, That L. L. Dodds a Private of Captain Jacob Leas Company, (A) 69th Regiment of Ohio Infty Veteran Volunteers who was enrolled on the Twenty Second day of February one thousand eight hundred and Sixty four to serve three years or during the war, is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States this Twenty Sixth day of July, 1865, at Camp Dennison Ohio by reason of G.O. No. 26 Hd. Qrs. Army of the Tenn. dated July 3, 1865.
      (No objection to his being re-enlisted is known to exist.)
      Said L. L. Dodds was born in Warren County in the State of Ohio, is twenty two years of age, five feet nine 1/8 inches high, Fair complexion, Blue eyes, Dark hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a Carpenter
      Given at Camp Dennison O this Twenty Sixth day of July , 1865.
      A. M. Brown
      1st Lieut. 15 Infy U.S.A.
      m.o.
      Received for record March 7th, 1866 Recorded 13th same moth in Discharge record No. 1 Page 346
      A. B. Gooch R.W.C.
      by James H. Zell Dep.
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension in Ohio on 26 Dec 1983 (SC#957642) for service as Pvt & Sgt in Co A, 69th OVI
      died 28 Feb 1912
      Ellen Dodds filed for a widows' pension in Pennsylvania on 9 Mar 1912 (WC#740142)
    • Biographical Sketch
      Leonidas Lycurgus "Lee L." Dodds was born on 16 Feb 1842 in Mason, Warren County, Ohio to John A.& Teresa L. Dodds. He served in the military during the Civil War in Company A, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment from 12 Sep 1861 to 26 Jul 1865. Lee died on 28 Feb 1912 at the age of 70. He was cremated in Pittsburg, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania and buried on 2 Mar 1912 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Section 3 Lot 33 in Deerfield Twp, Warren County, Ohio. Leonidas Dodds and Ellen Monfort were married on 19 May 1861 in Warren County, Ohio. Ellen was the daughter of Peter Monfort and Ann Hall, was born 28 Feb 1838 near Mason, Warren County, Ohio. She died on 1 Sep 1928 at the age of 90 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. She was buried on 4 Sep 1928 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Section 3 Lot 33. Leonidas Lycurgus Dodds and Ellen Monfort had the following children:
      Lou C. M. Dodds (1861-1862)
      Stinpson M. Dodds (c1866-____)
      John A. Dodds (c1867-____)
      George C. Dodds (c1870-____)
      Lee Leonard Dodds (1871-1954)
      Charles H. Dodds (1873-1874)
      Livonia Dodds (1879-1880)
      Nellie Dodds (1884-____)
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  • William Oscar Dodds aka Oscar Dodds (24 Aug 1837-16 Aug 1864)
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #1185 of Oscar Wm. Dodds in Section 5 Lot 35 & 36 - removed from Lebanon Cemetery
    • Beers History of Warren County page 645, 977,
      "Oscar died Aug. 16, 1864, aged 26 years, 11 months and 23 days. He served some time in the army as an Orderly; was taken sick, was brought home, returned again, was taken sick, returned again to his home, where he died."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      [not found]
    • Lebanon Cemetery Register of Interments
      Interment #624 lists an Oscar Dodds, born in Mason 22 Aug 1837, died 16 Jul 1864 from Typhoid Fever and interred on 17 Jul 1864 in the Old Section of the cemetery [lot not identified]
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  • James Dolan (c1836/39-____) alias James McDowell & James Scott- Private, Co B 13th Ohio Infantry & Co A 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 69th OVI
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio "Deerfield Twp Veterans" page 644
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      "James McDowell enlisted as a 25 year old Private on 29 May 1861
      Mustered into Co B 13th OVI on 26 Jun 1861
      no discharge information
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      James Dolan enlisted as a 25 year old Private on 26 Feb 1864
      Mustered into Co A 69th OVI on 26 Feb 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 9 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      James Dolan alias James McDowell alias James Scott filed for pension on 7 Jun 1888 (Application #658757 - no Certificate #) for service in Co B 13th OVI & in Co A 69th OVI
      filed for a widows' pension (Application #834211 - no Certificate #)
 
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DOUGHMAN
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  • Abraham H. Doughman (1832-1904) - Sergeant, Company F, 74th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Crosson Cemetery
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "A. H. Doughman 3-year and vet service co. F, 74th O. V. I.; pro. sergt."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 30 year old private on 16 Dec 1861
      Mustered into Co F 74th OVI on 17 Mar 1862
      Promoted to Corporal on 1 Mar 1864 and to Sergeant on 1 Jan 1865
      Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 10 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 26 May 1883 (Certificate #468596) for service in Co F 74th OVI
      Elizabeth Doughman filed for widows' pension in Ohio on 7 Jun 1904 (Certificate #580263)
    • 1890 Special Schedule. - Surviving Soldier, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc. M123. Harlan Twp, Warren County, Ohio
      Abraham Doughman, Butlerville PO, Co F 74th OVI from 16 Dec 1861 to 10 Jul 1865
 
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  • Benjamin Doughman (c1822-____) - Private, Company C, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
 


 
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  • Felty Doughman
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio page 618
    • Ohio Death Certificate #60172 (1943) for Anna Doughman
      white female, widow of Felty Doughman
      born 25 Sep 1854 in Clinton County, Ohio to Phillip Hanauer & Lydia A. Tennes
      died 6 Oct 1943 in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio
      buried 8 Oct 1943 at Morrow, Ohio
 
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  • Henry Doughman (c1837-1863) - Private, Company F, 17th Ohio Infantry Regiment
 
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  • Isaac H. Doughman (1842-1910) - Corporal, Company E, 17th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 17th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Isaac H. Daughman enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 31 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co E, 17th OVI on 31 Aug 1861
      Promoted to Corporal on 17 Oct 1864
      Mustered out on 16 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 5 Jul 1890 & on 13 Feb 1907 (SC#625134) for service in Co E 17th OVI
      died 1911
    • Ohio Death Certificate #54580 (1910) Isaac H. Doughman
      white male born 8 Apr 1842 in Ohio to Jacob Doughman and Mary Hill
      died at Delaware, Delaware County, Ohio on 3 Oct 1910
      buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Delaware, Ohio on 5 Oct 1910
 
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  • Isaiah Doughman (1826-1900) - 1st Lieutenant, Company K, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment ["4th Indpt" co. Ohio Sharpshooters] & Sgt Co G 146th Ohio Infantry
    • photo of military gravestone at Edenton Cemetery, Clermont County, Ohio provided by the Clermont County Genealogical Society
      "Seventy Ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 36 year old Private on 15 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co K, 79lth OVI on 29 Sep 1862
      Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on 26 Sep 1862
      Resigned on 23 Apr 1863
    • Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866. Vol. IX Page 85
      Isaiah Doughman enlisted as a 38 year old Sergeant on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co G, 146th OVI at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 11 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 8 May 1890 (SC#906278) for service in Co K 79th OVI, 4 Co Ohio S.S. & Co G 146th OVI
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938 Central Branch, Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio, Register D #26175
      Military History:  Enlisted at Camargo, Ohio on 27 Sep 1862 as Pvt 79th OVI & resigned as 1st Lt. at Murfreesboro, Tenn on 30 Apr 1863. Reenlisted at Camp Dennison Ohio on 2 May 1864 as Sgt, Co G 146th Ohio N. G. and discharged on 7 sept 1864.
      Domestic History:  born Ohio, age 73, married painter from Edenton, Ohio, nearest relative is son, John B. Doughman of Edenton, Ohio
      Home History:  Admitted to C.B. 5 May 1900; Transferred to G. H. for Insane on 8 May 1900, died 19 Jul 1900 at [place name illegible]
 
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  • Jesse Doughman (c1842-1919) - Private, Company B, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone with G.A.R. flagholder for Jessey Doughman at Edenton Cemetery, Clermont County, Ohio provided by the Clermont County Genealogical Society
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 8 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co B 79th OVI on 21 Oct 1862
      Disability Discharge at Gallatin, Tennesseee on 26 Feb 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Jessey Doughman filed for a pension on 26 Jan 1881 (SC#413052) for service in Co B 79th OVI
      died at Blanchester, Ohio on 16 Jun 1919
      Remarks: see SC 476082 & WC 788266 Geo. B. Dill E 70 Ohio Inf
    • Ohio Death Certificate #36959 (1919) Jessey Doughman
      widowed white male
      born Ohio aged 56
      died 16 Jun 1919 at Wayne Twp, Clermont County, Ohio
      buried 18 Jun 1919 Edenton, Ohio
      Informant, George Doughman, Pleasant Plain, Ohio
 
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  • Jonas Doughman (c1836-1905) - Private, Company B, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 26 year old Private on 8 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co B 79th OVI on 21 Oct 1862
      Mustered out at Washington DC on 9 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 30 Oct 1885 (SC#528457) for service in Co B 79th OVI
      Eliza Doughman filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 31 Aug 1915 (WC#609470) [date not clear on index card]
      Remarks:  XC267747
    • 1890 Special Schedule. - Surviving Soldier, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc. M123. Hamilton Twp, Warren County, Ohio
      James Doughman, Murdoch Post Office, Co B 79th OVI from 8 Aug 1862 to 9 Jun 1865
    • Choked to Death by Pickett Fence, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday August 3, 1905
      "Jonas Doughman, 71, of Dallasburg, met with an untimely death, Thursday.
      "... Besides his widow Mr. Doughman leaves two sons and one daughter, and also a host of friends; he was a member of the G. A. R. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock; interment at Meyer's cemetery."
 
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  • Peter Doughman (c1819-____) - Private, Company F, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
 
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  • Valentine Doughman (1834-1927) - Private, Company K, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment ["4th Indpt" co. Ohio Sharpshooters]
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Doughman, Valentine, 3 years in co. K, 79th O. V. I.; wounded at Resaca"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 27 year old Private on 5 Sep 1862
      Mustered into Co K, 79th OVI [4th Independant Sharpshooters] on 29 Sep 1862
      Wounded at Resaca, Georgia on 14 May 1864
      Mustered out on 9 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 7 Mar 1873 & on 27 Feb 1907 (SC#130810) for service in Co K 79th OVI
      Died at Blanchester, Ohio on 23 May 1927
      Anna Doughman filed for a widows' pension on 25 Jun 1927 (WC#a 10-27-27)
      Remarks:  XC 2999299
    • List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Volume III, Page 342
      "Valentine Doughman, Butlerville PO, SC#130810, wounded right thigh, $6.00 monthly pension"
    • Ohio Death Certificate #32373 (1927) for Valentine Doughman
      White male married to Anna Doughman
      born 16 Feb 1834 in Warren Co Ohio to John Doughman & Barbara ? [perhaps Barbara Crosson]
      died 23 May 1927 in Butlerville, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 25 May 1927 in Morrow
    • 1890 Special Schedule. - Surviving Soldier, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc. M123. Harlan Twp, Warren County, Ohio
      Valintine Doughman, Butlerville Post Office, Co K 79th OVI from 15 Sep 1862 to 9 Jun 1865; wounded in leg
    • Obituary, unnamed paper dated May 6, 1927
      "... He enlisted in the Civil War 1861 where he was wounded, but he saw almost all of the entire service and was honorable discharged at the close of the war. ..."
DOVE
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  • Henry P. Dove - Quartermaster, Field & Staff, 167th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Beers History of Warren County page 943,
      "served four months in the 167th O. N. G. Reg't., as Lieutenant and Quartermaster of his regiment, from which positions he was honorably discharged on the expiration of his term of service"
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 45 year old quartermaster on 2 May 1864
      Commissioned into Field & Staff, 167th Ohio Infantry on 6 May 1864
      Mustered out at Hamilton, Ohio on 8 Sep 1864
DOWDELL
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  • John R. Dowdell (1843-1886) - Private, Company A, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
DOWNS
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  • William W. Downs (1841-1911) - Private, Company A, 12th Ohio Infantry and Company C, 23rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Downs, Wm. W. co. A, 12th O. V. I.; vet.; dis with co C, 23d O. V. I."
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William W. Downs enlisted as a 24 year old Private on 15 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co A, 12th OVI on 15 Aug 1861 (3 Years)
      Transferred into Co C, 23rd OVI on 1 Jul 1864
      Mustered out on 7 Aug 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      William W. Downs filed for a pension on 6 Nov 1884 (Application #525855, Certificate #884935) for service in Co A, 12th OVI & Co C, 23rd OVI
      died 4 May 1911 at Peabody, Kansas
      Sarah K. Downs filed for a widows' pension on 2 Jul 1911 (Application #966102, Certificate #724956)
      Remarks: 17 Mar 1925 see SC 393939, Charles R. Hoddy, D 86 Ind. Inf.
    • Find A Grave Memorial #8829312
      William W. Downs (16 May 1841-5 May 1911)
      Prairie Lawn Cemetery,Section F, Peabody, Marion County, Kansas
      [same stone as his wife, Sarah K Downs (1847-1929)
DOYLE
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  • John Doyle (c1843-1914) - Private, Company A, 69th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 69th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "John Doill e. Dec. 1861 co. A, 69th O. V. I.; vet. and dis. with regt."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as an 18 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
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 11 Sep 1891 & on 15 Feb 1907 (SC#851214) for service in Co A 69th OVI
      died at National Military Home Ohio on 26 Jan 1914
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938 Dayton, Ohio Register R #28274
      Military History: enlisted at Mason, Ohio on 31 Sep 1861 in Co A 69th OVI; reenlisted at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 22 Feb 1864; discharged 17 Jul 1865 at Louisville, Ky
      Domestic History: born Ohio, age 59, single farmer, Mason, Ohio, no next of kin
      Home History: Admitted to Central Branch 6 Oct 1902, died 26 Feb 1914, friend J. M. Vandyke, Mason, Ohio notified, buried Sec 1 Row 3 Grave 11
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator
      John Doyle, Pvt Infantry Civil War
      Date of Death: 26 Feb 1914
      Buried at Dayton National Cemetery , Section 1 Row 3 Site 11
DRAKE
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  • Elias P. Drake (c1836-____) - Co F 12th Ohio Infantry, Co K 71st Ohio Infantry & Co H 4th US Cavalry
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 71st OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Elias J. R. Drake enlisted as a 25 year old Private 19 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI (3 Months) on 4 May 1861
      Mustered Out on 19 Aug 1861
      [Service Record in the 71st OVI not located - Also served in Co H 4th US Cav]
    • Battle of Shiloh, 71st Ohio, Casualty List
      Wounded: E. Drake
    • Wounded soldiers at Deerfield, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, April 24, 1862, page 3, col. 1
    • Civil War Discharges, Warren County, Ohio Volume 1, page 6
      "Enlisted 11 Sep 1861 for 3 years and served in Co H 4th Regt US Cavalry until discharged at Atlanta, Georgia on 11 Sep 1864 "
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 22 Dec 1879 (Application #330692, Certificate #213601) for service in Co F 12th OVI, Co K 71st OVI & Co H 4th US Cav
    • Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, April 24, 1862
      " The wounded soldiers at Deerfield, who were wounded at Pittsburg Landing, are improving slowly. We called to see Mr. Elias Drake, on Monday evening last. He had the calf of his leg shot away. The wound is doing well but he has taken the fever. Mr. Drake complains of the way they were brought from the Hospital at Savannah to Cincinnati: hundreds crowded together on deck, near the wheelhouse some groaning and some dying. He informs us that the trip on the boat was worse than the wound. . . ."
    • "Warren County in the War, Part IV," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 21, 1885
 
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  • Francis M. Drake (c1843-____) Private, Company B, 34th & 36th Ohio Infantry Regiments
    [probably the Francis Drake from Brown County rather than from Warren County]
 
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  • Frank Drake (1839-1913) - Private, Company H, 124th Ohio Infantry Regiment [perhaps NOT Warren County]
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 21 year old Private from Hudson, Michigan on 10 May 1861
      Mustered into Co B 2nd Mich. Inf on 25 May 1861
      Disability discharge at Camp Michigan, Virginia on 16 Dec 1861
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 23 year old Private on 29 Mar 1863
      Mustered into Co H 124th OVI on 29 Mar 1863
      Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee on 9 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 13 Feb 1892 & 29 Apr 1912 (SC#1071676) for service in Co H 123th OVI & in Co B 2nd Mich Inf.
      died 23 Apr 1913
 
 
 
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  • Henry F. Drake (c1841-1921) - Segeant, Company E, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Henry F. Drake co. E, 79th O. V. I. 1862-5; pro. sergt.; det. pioneer."
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 21 year old Corporal on 1 Aug 1 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co E, 79th OVI on 23 Aug 1862
      Promoted to Sergeant on 2 Sep 1863
      Detached in brigade Pioneer corps on 20 Apr 1864
      Mustered out at Washington, DC on 9 Sep 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 17 Jun 1880 & on 20 Feb 1907 (SC#249788) for service in Co E 79th OVI
      died at Clinton, Iowa on 15 Nov 1921
    • "Henry F. Drake Dies at Clinton; Born in Morrow - Has Brother Residing at Kings Mills", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday, Decembery 22, 1921
      "... Mr. Drake served in the Civil War, Co. F, 126th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, his greatest pride being the "Boys in Blue" and his greatest pleasure telling of the days of '61 and '65. ...
      ... Funeral services were held from the home of his daughter, November 17th, Rev. Hunt of the Methodist church officiating, with Gen. Baker Post, Grand Army of the Republic, of which he had been an active member many years, in charge. He was laid to rest in Springdale, Clinton, Iowa, by the side of his wife, whom he so sorely missed and with the flag of his country, that he loved so well, on his breast."
      [NOTE:  It is believed the obituary has his regiment wrong. No Henry Drake is listed on the roster for the 126th OVI which was organized in Steubenville, Ohio, over 200 miles from Warren County.]
    • FindAGrave entry for Henry F. Drake in Springdale Cemetery, Clinton, Iowa
 
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  • Isaac Lincoln Drake (1823-1891) - Surgeon, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305,
      "Drake, Isaac L. surg. 146th O. V. I.; det. post surg. at Fayetteville, W. Va."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 40 year old private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co A, 146th ONG on 2 May 1864
      Promoted to Surgeon
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Sarah E. Drake filed for a widows' pention on 31 Jul 1891 (Certificate #415899) for service of Isaac L. Drake as Surgeon, F&S, 146 Regt Ohio Inf.
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  • John Drake (c.1833-1886) - Private, Co K, 71st Ohio Infantry & Private, Co H, US Army 4th Cavalry
    • gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 71st OVI
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Drake, John, 3 years in co. K, 71st O.V.I.; died at Indianapolis, 1886."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 28 year old private on 11 Sep 1861
      Mustered into Co K, 71st Ohio Infantry on 11 Sep 1861
      Discharged to enlist on 23 Dec 1862
      Also had service in Co H, US Army 4th Cavalry
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filred for pension on 11 Nov 1885 (Certificate #500903) for service in Co K 71st OVI and in Co H, 4th US Cavalry
      Sarah E. Drake filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 18 Jan 1889 (Certificate #275558)
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      John Drake, Pvt Co H 4th Regt US Cav
      Cemetery at or near South Lebanon Ohio
      Date of Death:  3 Mar 1886
 
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  • John M. Drake (1818-1897) - Private, Co K, 146th ONG & Co A, 60th OVI
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 46 year old private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co K 146th Ohio INfantry on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Service Record #2
      Enlisted as a 40 year old private on 13 Jan 1865
      Mustered into Co A, 60th Ohio Infantry
      Mustered out at Delaney House, Washington, DC on 28 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 11 Mar 1889 (Certificate #475165) for service in Co A, 60th OVI and in Co K, 146th ONG
      Lydia A. Drake filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on ? Apr 1897 (Certificate #465442)
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      John Drake, Pvt Co K 146 Regt Ohio Infy
      Cemetery IOOF at Morrow Ohio
      Date of Death:  24 Mar 1897
 
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  • John R. Drake (1833-1910) - Sergeant, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment (3 Months Service)
    • photo of grave at Lebanon Cemetery [Old Section Lot 157]
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 28 year old Sergeant on 19 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861
      Mustered out on 18 Aug 1861
    • "Warren County Ohio Veteran Grave Registration Cards" by Mary M. Everhart
      John R. Drake
      b. 15 Mar 1844
      d. 23 Nov 1910 bur. Lot 157
      Sergeant, Co F, 12th OVI 19 Apr 1861 - 18 Aug 1861
      [it appears that this card combines the service record  of John R. Drake (1833-1910) with the dates for John Russell Drake (1844-1910)]
    • "Warren County in the War, Part IV," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 21, 1885
 
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  • John Russell Drake (1844 -1910) - Company A, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #3917 in Old Section Lot 245 on 25 Nov 1910 [stone in Sec C. Lot 147]
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Beers History of Warren County, page 735
      "In May, 1864, he enlisted in Company F, 146th O. N. G., and, after four months’ service, was discharged at Camp Denison, near Cincinnati, September, 1864"
    • "Turtlecreek Twp. Participants In The Civil War 1861-1865" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Drake, J.R. e. at Lebanon, May 2, 1864, co. A, 146th O.V.I.; 3 weeks in hosp. at Fayetteville, W. Va. measles; dis. at Camp Dennison, Sept. 7, 1864"
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 20 year old private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co A, 146th ONG on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 20 Nov 1888 & on 20 Feb 1907 (Certificate #452612) for service in Co A 146th ONG
      died Nov. 23, 1910
      Ella C. Drake filed for a widows' pension on 29 Nov 1910 (Certificate #713848)
    • Application for 3 headstones by S. C. Kersey 11 Dec 1911; Applications for Headstones in Private Cemeteries, 1909-1924 (entry 592), Cemeterial Records; Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
      "John R. Drake, Private Co A 146 OVI; d. 23 Nov 1919; Lebanon Cemetery at Lebanon O"
 
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  • John W. Drake (1842-1864) - US Navy, USS Little Rebel
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery which says,
      "died Nov. 30, 1864 in the Naval Hospital Memphis Tenn. in service of U.S. as Paymaster clerk of the gunboat Little Rebel."
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311,
      Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township
      "John W. Drake, U. S. N."
 
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  • Oliver B. Drake (1819-1894) - Private, Company E, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #2659 of Oliver B. Drake in lot 71-6 on 30 Jun 1894
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 43 year old private on 9 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co E, 79th OVI on 23 Aug 1862
      Disability Discharge at Gallatin, Tennessee on 18 May 1863
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 4 Feb 1878 (Certificate # 516514) for service in Co E 79th OVI
      Ellen Drake filed for widows' pension (Certificate #409348)
 
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  • Peter Drake (1847-1913) - Private, Company K, 146th Ohio Infantry & Sergeant, Company H, 196th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Drake, Peter, 4-month service in co. K, 146th O. M. I., in co. H, 196th O. V. I. ;65"
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Peter Drake enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co K, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 sep 1864
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Peter Drake enlisted as a 19 year old Sergeant on 9 Feb 1865
      Mustered into Co H, 196th OVI on 25 Mar 1865
      Mustered out at Baltimore, Maryland on 11 Sep 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Peter Drake filed for a pension in Ohio on 27 Sep 1916 (Application #471331, Certificate #1094650) for service in Co K, 146th OVI & Co H, 196th OVI
      died at Soldiers Home, Erie Co, Ohio on 15 Jul 1913
      Jennie Drake filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 27 Sep 1916 (Application #1080332, Certificate #822277)
      Remarks: XC 2692338
    • Ohio Death Certificate #39293 (1913) Peter Drake
      married white male decorator
      born Jan 1847 in Ohio to John Drake and Sarah A Jones
      died 15 Jul 1913 at Soldiers & Sailors Home, Perkins Twp, Erie County, Ohio, age 66 years 6 months
      buried 16 Jul 1913 College Corners, O.
 
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  • Rev. Robert Thompson Drake (1822-1873) - Chaplain
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #2659 of Oliver B. Drake in lot 71-6 on 30 Jun 1894
    • "Son of Former Pastor Expires; Edward F. Drake, Well Known Here, Was Born at Troy," obituary, unnamed paper dated 18 May 1939 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . Born at Troy, Ohio, in 1862, Mr. Drake was the son of Rev. Robert Thompson Drake and the former Amanda Fisher. His father was a chaplain in the American Civil War, and was one of the founders of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. . . ."
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  • Samuel R. Drake (c1845-1864 - Private, Company H & Company A, 34th Ohio Infantry Retiment
    (aka Russell Drake)
 
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DRUMM
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  • Charles H. Drum (____-____) - Private, Company N, 28th Pennsylvania Infantry and Company C, 147th Pennsylvania Infantry
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Drum, Chas. H. served in 28th Pa. V. I. then in co. C 147th Pa. V. I."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Charles Drum enlisted as a Private on 26 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co N, 28th Pa. Inf. on 26 Aug 1861
      Transferred into Co C, 147th Pa. Inf. on 28 Oct 1862
      Mustered out at Washington, DC on 15 Jul 1865
    • Ohio. Warren County. 1890 U.S. Census, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc. Digital images. Ancestry.com.
      Hamilton Twp ED 293, page 2, dwelling 53, family 54, Maineville P.O.
      Charles Drumm, Pvt Co C, 147 Pa Inf from 26 Dec 1863 to 15 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Charles Drum filed for a pension on 20 Jun 1891 & on 16 Jan 1911 (Application #1031943, Certificate #770212) for service in Co N, 28th Pa Inf & Co C 147th Pa Inf
      died 24 Mar 1914 at National Military Home Ohio
      Mary Drum filed for a widows' pension on 11 Apr 1914 (Application #1025689, Certificate #783866)
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      Charles Drum, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio, Case #18383
      Military History: Enlisted at Hazelton, PA 26 Aug 1861 as Pvt, Co C, 28th Pa Inf, discharged Aug 1862 at Wahatchie, Tenn
      Enlisted 29 Dec 1863 at Wahatchie, Tenn on 29 Dec 1863 in Co C 147th Pa Inf, discharged 15 Jul 1865 at Alexandria, Va.
      Domestic History: born Pennsylvania, age 50, married laborer living in Dayton, Ohio; wife Mary Drum, 112 Kennard Ave, Dayton, Ohio
      Home History: Admitted 4 different times beginning in 29 Aug 1895; died 24 Mar 1914
      General Remarks: buried Sec 1 Row 11 Grave 9
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator 
      Charles Drum, Pvt, Infantry, Civil WAr
      Date of Death: 24 Mar 1914
      Buried at: Dayton National Cemetery  Sec 1 Row 11 Site 9
    • Ohio Death Certificate #63584 (1914) Charles Drum, Co C, 29th Pa Inf
      married white male laborer
      born 1841 in Pennsylvania
      died 24 Mar 1914 at National Military Home, Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio
      buried 27 Mar 1914 at National Military Home
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  • Nathan Little DuBois (1845-1927) - Private, Company G & K, 34th Ohio Infantry and Corporal, Company K, 36th Ohio Infantry
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Nathan L. Dubois enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 18 Feb 1864
      Mustered into Co K, 34th OVI on 18 Feb 1864
      Transferred into Co G, 34th OVI on 3 Sep 1864
      Transferred into Co. K, 36th OVI on 20 Feb 1865
      (no discharge information listed)
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Nathan G. Dubois enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 27 Feb 1864
      Mustered into Co G, 34th OVI on 27 Feb 1864
      Transferred into Co K, 36th OVI on 20 Feb 1865
      Promoted to Corporal on 30 Jun 1865
      Mustered out at Wheeling, West Virginia on 27 Jul 1865
    • Thirty-Fourth Ohio Infantry Regiment History from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      ". . . On Jan. 11, 1865, the post of Beverly, garrisoned by the 34th, which by this time was reduced to 300 men present for duty, and the dismounted portion of the 8th Ohio cavalry, was attacked by the enemy. So secret and sudden was the attack - no alarm whatever being given until the enemy was in the quarters - that resistance was out of the question and nearly every man was at one time a prisoner, though subsequently a great many escaped, favored by the darkness and intense excitement of the occasion. The survivors of this most unfortunate and disgraceful affair were consolidated with the 36th Ohio, the union of the separate organizations dating from Feb. 22, 1865, and in which the old 34th lost its identity.
      Source: The Union Army, vol. 2. "
    • Pension Index Cards
      Nathan L. DuBois filed for a pension on 18 May 1891 & on 6 Mar 1907 (Application #1027101, Certificate #895580) for service in Co G&K, 34th OVI & Co K, 36th OVI
      Died at Greenville, Ohio on 9 Dec 1927
    • Ohio Death Certificate #68747 (1927) Nathan L. DuBois
      white male widower, retired blacksmith
      born 28 Feb 1845 at New Carlisle, Ohio to Norman DuBois & Hannah Vail
      died 9 Dec 1927 at Greenville, Darke County, Ohio
      buried 12 Dec 1927 at Greenville Cemetery
    • "Nathan Little DuBois, Civil War Pension Information," Darke County, Ohio Kindling, Volume 30 (No. 4 Fall, 2011): p. 101-105
      Five images from his Civil War Pension File were published in this quarterly newsletter by the Darke County Genealogical Society
      - Page 101: The Military and Medical History form from the War department lists his service information in the 34th & 36th OVI and adds the following about his capture
      11 Jan 1865: captured at Beverly, Virginia
      21 Jan 1865: confined at Richmond, Virginia
      15 Feb 1865: paroled at Richmond, Virginia and reported at C. G. B. Md. 17 Feb 1865 [thought to be College Green Barracks at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland]
      19 Feb 1865: sent to C.C.O. [thought to be Camp Chase, Ohio] and reported there on 24 Feb 1865
      26 Feb 1865: furloughed for 30 days
      14 Apr 1865: sent to Regiment
      [See page 179 of Annapolis, City on the Severn: A History, Jane Wilson McWilliams, JHU Press, May 3, 2011, 478 pages. on Google books]

      - Page 102: A General Affidavit notarized in Greenville, Ohio addresses his lack of a birth certificate to prove his birth in Warren County, Ohio on 28 Feb 1845. In the affidavit he names his parents, Norman DuBois, b. 13 Jun 1814 and mother Hannah VanKirk born 18 Feb 1818 who were married 15 Oct 1835. He then goes on to list all of his siblings and their birth dates:
      Williampy J. DuBois b. 28 Oct 1842
      Nathan L. DuBois, b. 28 Feb 1845
      Hannah A. DuBois, b. 2 Jan 1850
      George C. DuBois, b. 3 Oct 1851.

      - Page 103: A 1915 questionnaire from the Bureau of Pension gives his birthplace as Carlisle Station, Warren Co Ohio, lists the names and marriage dates of his two wives, Lucinda Hershey (d. 1 Mar 1878) & Josephine Katzenberger. It then lists the names of his ten children: Clara W. DuBois, John H. DuBois, Jennie C. DuBois, Hannah B. DuBois, Charles O. DuBois, Bessie M. DuBois, Lucinda DuBois, Benjamin S. DuBois, Maude M. DuBois and George D. DuBois. The 1st 3 were listed as dead.

      - Page 104: 1912 Declaration for Pension gives much of the previously mentioned service and personal information but adds ". . . came to Darke Co Ohio in 1859 and has lived in said county ever since."

      - Page 105: Transcription of his Civil War Discharge Papers and a list of battles
DUDLEY
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  • Rev. Adolphus Spring Dudley (c1834-1909) - Chaplain, Field & Staff, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Spring Grove Cemetery, Cinciinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio
      Interment #78096 in Sec 106 Lot 18 on 5 Jul 1909
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dudley, A. S. e. May 2, 1865, co. K, 146th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 7, 1864."
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Adolphus S. Dudley enlisted as a 30 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co K, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Promoted to Chaplain and transferred to Field & Staff
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Adolphus S. Dudley filed for a pension on 26 Feb 1886 (Application #563868, Certificate #365805) for service in Co K & F&S, 146th OVI
      Elizabeth P. Dudley filed for a widows' pension in Pennsylvania on 2 Aug 1909 (Application #924895, Certificate #688979)
    • Ohio. Warren County. 1890 U.S. Census, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc. Digital images. Ancestry.com.
      Salem Twp ED 296, page 4 dwelling 158, family 164
      Adolphus Dudley, Chaplain, 146th OVI from 2 May 1864 to 7 Sep 1864
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  • Columbus J. Dudley (1839-1863) - Sergeant, Co C, 2nd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at West Woodville Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 2nd OVI
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 22 year old Corporal on 27 July 1861
      Mustered into Company C, 2nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 27 Jul 1861
      Promoted to Full Sergeant on 02 May 1863
      Wounded and taken prisoner at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 September 1863
      Died of wounds at Atlanta, Georgia on 16 October 1863
      buried in Marietta National Cemetery, Marietta, Ga.
    • Pension Index Cards for C. Columbus J. Dudley
      Mother, Fanny Dudley, filed for pension on 16 Feb 1874 (Certificate #180560) for his service as Sergeant, Co C, 2 Regt Ohio Inf
      Died 16 Oct 1863 in Prison Hospital at Atlanta, Georgia
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  • Samuel F. Dudley (c1834-1865) - Corporal, Company K, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment [aka 4th Indpt Co. Ohio Sharpshooters]
    • photo of gravestone at West Woodville Cemetery , Harlan Twp, Warren County, Ohio. Gravestone has that he died Jan. 11, 1865 aged 31
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Samuel F. Dudley enlisted as a 28 year old Private from West Woodville OH on 21 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co K, 79th OVI on 29 Sep 1862
      Promoted to Corporal 16 Dec 1862
      died of disease at West Woodville, Ohio on 15 Jan 1865 [estimated date]
      [There is an identical Listing for Samuel R. Dudley in the 4th Indpt Co. Ohio Sharpshooters]
    • Pension Index Cards
      Nancy A. Dudley filed for a widows' pension on 25 Jan 1865 (Application #80441, Certificate #61689) for service of Samuel F. Dudley in Co K 79th OVI
      J. H. Waggoner, gdn, filed for a minor's pension (Application #176138, Certificate #134460)
    • Van Houten and Cole, Warren County, Ohio Guardianships 1803-1916 Probate Court, page 74
      "Dudley, Samuel F.     19 Jan 1867    Box 147
           George age 7 years - 27 Feb 1866
           Pliny H. age 5 years - 2 Oct 1866
           Guardian - John H. Waggoner
           Guardian - George Crosson - 8 Feb 1881 "
    • 26 Jan 2011 email form Mike Ford of Madison, Wisconsin:
      "In researching some of my Oberlin relatives, I came across Samuel F Dudley who was a son of Moses Dudley and Margaret Frybarger (or Friberger) presumably born in Warren County in 1834. On 18 Feb 1858 he married Nancy Ann Waggoner in Warren County. In the 1860 census they have two sons, George, age 1, and John, 3 months. Another son, Pliney H Dudley was born in Dec 1861, and is shown in the 1870 census with his mother who has remarried J. Milton Whitacre on 3 May 1866 in Warren County. Pliney H Dudley subsequently married Sarah Oberlin in Warren County in 1883.
      Records I found at ancestry. com show that Samuel F Dudley enlisted as a Private on 21 August 1862 at the age of 28. Enlisted in Company 4th Indpt, SS Regiment Ohio on 29 Sep 1862. Promoted to Full Corporal on 16 Dec 1862. Died of disease Company 4th Indpt, SS Regiment Ohio on 15 Jan 1865 at West Woodville, OH.
      He is buried at West Woodville Cemetery.
      "
    • "Civil War Widows' Pension Applications." Database and images. Footnote.com. http://www.footnote.com
DUFF
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  • John Duff (c1832-1907) - Private, Company E, 17th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Duff, John, musician, co. E, 17th O. V. I.; served 3 years, 1861-4"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John Duff enlisted as a 29 year old Private on 31 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co E, 17th OVI on 31 Aug 1861 (3 years)
      Mustered out on 27 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      John Duff filed for a pension in Missouri on 4 Aug 1890 & on 23 Feb 1907 (Application #874912, Certificate #628734) for service in Co E, 17th OVI & Co E, 92nd OVI
      died 1907
      Sarah J. Duff filed for a widows' pension in Indiana on 13 Jun 1907 (Application #871325, Certificate #644022)
    • "Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933" digital image, Internet Archive (http://www.archive.org/) : citing National Archives microfilm publication M850 rolls 1 to 2539.
      Army Invalid John Duff Decd. Certificate #628734, Roll 630 Image 321
      Ending 9 May 1907 date of death
      Payable to Sarah J Duff, widow, 3306 Anderson St, Kansas City, MO
    • "Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933" digital image, Internet Archive (http://www.archive.org/) : citing National Archives microfilm publication M850 rolls 1 to 2539.
      Army Widow Sarah J. Duff Certificate #644022 Roll 630 image 399
      Indianapolis, Ind.
      Sarah died 5 Aug 1917
    • Find A Grave Memorial# 74474841
      John Duff
      Dec.29, 1831 - May 9, 1907
      Olive Branch Cemetery
      Jefferson County, Indian
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DUGAL
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  • George Dugal (1819-1902) - Private, Company F, 146th Ohio National Guard Infantry
    • photo of gravestone at West Woodville Cemetery which is inscribed "G. A. R."
      [ name misspelled as George Ducal on a depression era plat of the Woodville Cemetery for the Graves Registration Project]
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 44 year old privated on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co F, 146th ONG on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 16 Mar 1888 (Certificate #499294) for service in Co F 146th ONG
      Widow, Mary A Dugal, filed for a pension in Ohio on 1 Aug? 1903 (application #781587 but no Certificate # listed)
DUGAN
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  • Ferdinand M. Dugan (1834-1915) - Private, Company I, 12th Ohio Infantry, 10th Ohio Infantry and 18th Independent Battery, Ohio Light Artilery
    • grave at Kirby Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dugan, F. M. 3-month and 3-year service co. A, 12th O. V. I.; wounded at Scarey Creek; wounded and cap. at 2d Bull Run; held 13 months"
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Ferdinand M. Dugan enlisted as a 33 year old Private on 3 Jul 1861
      Mustered into Co I, 12th OVI on 3 Jul 1861
      Disability discharge at Columbus, Ohio on 17 Jul 1863
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Ferdinand M. Dugan enlisted as a 26 year old Private on 24 Aug 1863
      Mustered into Co G, 10th OVI on 24 Aug 1863
      Transferred into 18th Indpt. Battery, OLA on 5 Sep 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennision, Ohio on 29 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Ferdinand M. Dugan filed for a pension on 4 Dec 1866 (Application #120063, Certificate #111114) for service in Co I, 12th OVI, Co G, 10th OVI & 18th Indpt Batty Ohio L.A.
      died at Lebanon, Ohio on 16 Dec 1915
    • Ohio Death Certificate #69783 (1915) Ferdinand Dugan
      Single white male retired minister
      Born 6 Oct 1834 in Ohio to John Henry Dugan and [unknown]
      Died 16 Dec 1915 in a house fire in Clearcreek Twp, Warren County, Ohio
      Buried 18 Dec 1915 at Kirby Cemetery
    • "Veteran Claimed by Flames," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), December 23, 1915
      "The body of Ferdinand Dugan, 81, Civil war veteran, was discovered partly burned in his home 4 miles north of Lebanon last Wednesday by neighbors who were attracted to the place by a blaze which was fast consuming his house. The man never regained consciousness, altho he lived for two hours afeter he was discovered.
      Mr. Dugan served in the Civil war and was confined in the famous Libby prison for almost a year. He lived by himself and the origin of the conflagration leading to his death is a mystery.
      Burial took place Saturday at the Kirby Graveyard. Captain Al Brant was the only old soldier present at the services, which is a striking indication that the veterans are rapidly fading out."
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  • John H. Dugan (1836-1908) - Private, Company H, 146th Ohio National Guard Infantry
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #2989 in Sec J north row last grave on 25 Nov 1908
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dugan, John H. e. May 2, 1864, co. H, 146th O.V.I.; dis. Sept. 7, 1864"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 27 year old private on 2 May 1864
      M ustered in Co. H, 146th ONG on 2 May 1864
      mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 25 Jun 1896 and on 29 Mar 1907 (Certificate #965299) for service in Co F, 146th Ohio Inf
      died Indianapolis, Ind
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  • Wilson L. Dugan (c1841-1865) - Private, Company H, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
DUKE
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  • Joseph Duke (1844-1864) - Private, Company F, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 35th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Jos. Duke co. D, 35th O. V. I.; wounded in breast at Chickamauga; died of wound and of lung trouble at home, July 15, 1864"
    • Original Roll of Volunteers enlisted for the 35th OVI at Lebanon
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as an 18 year old private on 5 Sep 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 35th OVI on 9 Sep 1861
      Transferred from Co F to Co D on 1 Nov 1861
      Wounded at Chickamauga, George on 20 Sep 1863
      Disability Discharge at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 30 May 1864 - died 16 Jul 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Mother, Mary Duke, filed for pension in Ohio on 26 Dec 1883 (Certificate #218479) for service of Joseph Duke in Co D, 35th OVI
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  • Martin V. Duncan (c1843-1909) - Private, Company I, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment and Company K, 23rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • grave at Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Ohio - Interment #29582 in Section 110 Lot 3106
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 304
      "Duncan, Martin V. co. I, 12th O. V. I.; wounded at South Mt.; vet.; dis. 1865."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Martin V. Duncan enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 25 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co I, 12th OVI on 25 Jun 1861
      Transferred to Co K, 23rd OVI on 1 Jul 1864
      Mustered out at Cumberland, Maryland on 26 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Martin V. Duncan filed for a pension in Ohio on 16 Aug 1889 & on 1 Mar 1907 (Application #722351, Certificate #485961) for service in Co I, 12th OVI & in Co K, 23rd OVI
      died 10 Mar 1909
      Mary A. Duncan filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on ___ 1909 (Application #915416, Certificate #678781)
    • "Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933" digital image, Internet Archive (http://www.archive.org/) : citing National Archives microfilm publication M850 rolls 1 to 2539.
      Martin V. Duncan, Roll 635, images 427, 428 and Mary A. Duncan, Roll 635, images 449, 450
      Martin V. Duncan died Colville, Washington in 1909 (date unknown)
      Mary A. Duncan died 6 May 1917
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  • Asa Dunham (1844-1924) - Private, Company G, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #4752 in Section A lot 76-1 on 2 Feb 1924
      [gravestone is inscribed "Co I, 146th O.V.I"].
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co G, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864 - no further record other thatn muster-in roll
    • Ohio Death Certificate #12288 (1924) for Asa Dunham
      Single, white male - retired laborer [military service field left blank]
      born 2 Jul 1844 in Ohio to David Dunham & Elenor Heasley
      died at the Warren County Home on 1 Feb 1924
      buried Lebanon Cemetery on 2 Feb 1924
 
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  • Charles K. Dunham (c1833-____) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Charles K. Dunham enlisted as a 28 year old Private on 19 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 19 Jun 1861
      Mustered out on 11 Jul 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Charles K. Dunham filed for a pension on 10 Oct 1876 (Application #226362, Certificate #363450) for service in Co F, 12th OVI
    • 1890 U.S. Census, Montgomery County, Ohio, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc.", Dayton, enumeration district (ED) 234, p. 2 (penned), dwelling 57, family 65, Charles K. Dunham; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com : accessed 30 December 2011); citing National Archives microfilm publication M123, Roll 64.
      Pvt, Co F, 12th OVI from 19 Jun 1861 to 11 Jul 1864
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      Charles K. Dunham, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio, Case #27871, Register F, Image 1112
      Military History: Enlisted 19 Jun 1861 at Lebanon, Ohio as Pvt, Co F, 12th OVI; discharged 11 Jul 1864 at Columbus, Ohio, Expiration of term
      Domestic History: born Ohio, age 69, married laborer living in Dayton, Ohio; wife Anne E. Dunham, 803 Washington St, Dayton, Ohio
      Home History: Admitted 13 May 1902 & 21 Mar 1902; discharged 24 Nov 1903 at request
    • "Warren County in the War, Part X," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, January 9, 1886
    • Other:
      Charles Dunham married an Anne E. Braddock in 1859 in Warren County, Ohio. They were living in Massie Twp at the time of the 1860 census. In 1870, they were in Spring Valley, Greene County with 4 children.
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  • Henry H. Dunham (1839-1929) - Co I, 2nd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #5195 in Section A lot 76-3 on 16 Feb 1929
      [gravestone is inscribed "Co. I, 2 O. V. I."].
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 2nd OVI
    • Beers History of Warren County Ohio page 617
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dunhan, Henry H. on muster roll Henry Dunham, e. at Camp Dennison Sept. 3, 1861, co. I, 2d O.V.I.; wounded at Stone River, Dec. 31, 1862, in right leg; 9 months in hosp. with wound at Nashville, Tenn. Louisville, K. and Camp Dennison; dis. at Camp Dennison, Aug. 3, 1863; mem. Thurston Post, G. A. R.; past adjt."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 3 Sep 1861
      Mustered into Co I, 2nd OVI on 3 Sep 1861
      Wounded in right leg at Stones River, Tennessee 31 Dec 1862
      Discharged for wounds on 3 Aug 1863
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 17 Aug 1863 (Certificate #20470) for service in Co I 2nd OVI
      died at Lebanon Ohio on 14 Feb 1929
      Mary J. Dunham filed for a widows' pension on 1 Apr 1929 (Certificate #16-28-29)
    • List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Volume III, Page 343
      "Henry Dunham, Lebanon PO, SC#20470, wound right leg, $18.00 monthly pension"
    • Granville Thurston Post, G.A. R. officers, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, December 1893, page 5
    • Peach Tree Creek Vets Gather Here,” Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday July 23, 1925, p. 1 c. 6
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  • John Edward Dunham (1841-1913) - Private, Company F, 60th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #3842 in Sec H Lot 130-8 on 14 Apr 1913
    • Beers History of Warren County, page 1054
      "In 1861, he enlisted in Co. F, 60th O.V.I., for one year; served his time, and was honorably discharged. Was taken prisoner at Harper’s Ferry, September, 1862, and was immediately paroled. He was in the engagement at Cross Keys, Va., and numerous smaller engagements."
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "John E. Dunham co. F, 60th O. V.I.; cap. at Harpers Ferry; paroled."
    • "Washington And Union Township Participants In The Civil War" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 21 year old private on 29 Oct 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 60th OVI on 29 Oct 1861
      Mustered out on 10 Nov 1862
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 4 Apr 1891 & on 26 Feb 1907 (Certificate #1017746) for service in Co F, 60th OVI from 29 Oct 1861 to 10 Nov 1862
      Died 12 Apr 1913 at Lebanon, Ohio
      Letitia D. Dunham filed for widows' pension on 18 Apr 1913 (Certificate #761145)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #25778 (1913) John E. Dunham
      married white male farmer
      born 14 Apr 1913 in Ohio to F. G. Dunham & Eliza Benham
      died 12 Apr 1913 at Union Twp, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 14 Apr 1913 at Lebanon Cemetery
    • "John E. Dunham; Dies at His Home South of Lebanon", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday 17 Apr 1913
      "... A membero f Company F, 60th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in the Civil War, he served his country faithfully and well, and with his Regiment was taken prisoner at the surrender, at Harper's Ferry, Va. and later was honorably discharged from the service at Chicago, Ill. ..."
 
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  • Joseph Addison Dunham (1836-1911) - Private, 1st Independent Company Ohio Sharpshooters
    aka Birge's Western Sharpshooters and later designated Co G, 66th Illinois Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #3941 in Section C lot 9-4 on 9 Mar 1911
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Joseph A. Dunham enlisted as a 24 year old Private on 13 Oct 1861
      Mustered into the 1st Independent Company Ohio Sharpshooters on 23 Nov 1861
      Mustered out at Chattanooga, Tennessee on 2 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Joseph A Dunham filed for a pension in Ohio on 29 Jul 1887 (Application #617586, Certificate #379647) for service in Co G, 66th Ill. Inf.
      died 6 Mar 1911
      Elizabeth Dunham filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 11 Mar 1911 (Application #960251, Certificate #720800)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #18478 (1911) Joseph A. Dunham
      married white male
      born 6 Nov 1836 in Ohio to Moses Dunham and Melinda Hathaway
      died 6 Mar 1911 at Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 9 Mar 1911 at Lebanon, Ohio
    • "Joseph A. Dunham," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), March 9, 1911
      "... When Lincoln called for volunteers for the Rebellion Mr. Dunham was among the first to enlist going to the front with the “Burgess Sharp Shooters” and remaining in active service during the entire conflict. There was no more loyal supporter of the flag than Mr. Dunham who was an energetic and enthusiastic member of the Granville Thurston Post, G. A. R. ..."
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  • Peter Benham Dunham (1839-1911) - Company A, 146th Ohio National Guard
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #3966 in Sec H lot 130-7 on 1 May 1911
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Beers History of Warren County page 1054
      "Mr. D. was a member of Co. A, 169th O.N.G.; enlisted in 1863, served his time, and was honorably discharged."
    • Service Record
      Peter B. Dunham listed as a 24 year old private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co A, 146th ONG on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 8 Jan 1900 & on 28 Feb 1907 (certificate #1001431) for service in Co A 146th ONG
      died 27 Apr 1911
      Rebecca Dunham filed for widows' pension on 4 May 1911 (Certificate #723766)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #24509 (1911) Peter B. Dunham
      married white male farmer
      born in Ohio on 12 Mar 1839 to Thomas G. Dunham & Eliza A. Benham
      died 27 Apr 1911 at Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 1 May 1911 at Lebanon Cemetery
    • "Peter B. Dunham", The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday May 4, 1911
      "...The deceased was a soldier in the Civil war - enlisting in 1863 in the 146th regiment. At the close of his service he was honorably discharged. He was a faithful member of the G. A. R. and the members of the Granville Moody [sic -Thurston] Post took part in the services held in his memory Monday afternoon."
 
  • Thomas Jefferson Dunham (c1842-1924) - Private, Company B, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dunham, Thos. J. e. at Lebanon, Aug. 9, 1862, co. B, 79th O. V. I.; in hosp. at La Vergne, Tenn. summer of 1863; at Nashville, Tenn. 10 days in 1864; near Atlanta, Ga. Aug. 1864, chronic diarrhea; det. prov. guard at brig. hdqtrs. 18 months; m. o. at Washington City, D.C. June 9, 1865."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Thomas J. Dunham enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 9 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co B, 79th OVI on 21 Oct 1862
      Mustered out at Washington, DC on 9 Jun 1865
    • Warren County, Ohio Civil War Discharges, Volume 2 & 3 (Lebanon, OH: Warren County Genealogical Society, 2003), page 216
      "Know Ye, that Thomas J. Dunham a Private of Captain John Cretors Company, (B) 79th Regiment of Ohio Infantry Volunteers, who was enrolled on the ninth day of August one thousand eight hundred and sixty two to serve three years or during the war is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States, this ninth day of June, 1865, at Washington D.C., by reason of GO77...
      Said Thomas J. Dunham was born in Brown Co. in the State of Ohio, is 20 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair, and by occupation when enrolled, a Farmer.
      Given at near Washington DC, this ninth day of June, 1;865. Recorded 21 Nov A.D. 1879, H. H. Dunham, Recorder, Warren County."
    • Pension Index Cards
      Thomas J. Dunham filed for a pension on 14 Aug 1890 & on 20 Feb 1907 (Application #865027, Certificate #603359) for service in Co B, 79th OVI
      died 13 May 1924 at National Military Home, Ohio
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      Thomas J. Dunham, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio, Case #30988, Register J, image 595
      Military History: Enlisted 9 Aug 1862 at Lebanon Ohio Pvt Co B 79th OVI, discharged 9 Jun 1865 Washington DC end of war
      Domestic History: born Ohio, 63 year old widowed laborer from Lebanon, Ohio; nearest relative "son" Harry Dunham, Gallipolis, Ohio
      Home History: Admitted to Central Branch 321 Dec 1905; died 13 May 1924
      General Remarks: shipped to Lebanon, O. Settled with bro. Henry J. Dunham, Lebanon, Ohio.
    • Ohio Death Certificate #30347 (1924) Thomas J. Dunham
      white male 81 year old widower
      died 13 May 1924 at National Military Homr Ohio in Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio
      buried 13 May 1924, Lebanon, Ohio
    • Oswald Funeral Home Records Vol 7 (1921-1926) p. 332
      Thomas Jeff Dunham, widowed white farmer, order given by Henry Dunham
      died 13 May 1924 at Dayton Soldiers Home
      son of David Dunham & Eleanor Heasley
      Interment at Union (Stewart) Cemetery [Symmes Twp, Hamilton County, Ohio]
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  • Howard Dunlevy (1836-1877) - Captain, Company G, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311, Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township
      "79th O. V. I. - Howard Dunlevy, jr."
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 1st Lieutenant on 21 Jul 1862
      Commissioned into Co G 79th OVI on 23 Aug 1862
      Promoted to 1st Lieutenant & Quartermaster, Field & Staff, on 23 Aug 1862
      Promoted to Captain, Company G, on 15 Mar 1863
      Resigned his commission on 7 Aug 1864
DUNN
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  • Arthur Marion Dunn (c1846-____) - Private, Company I, 161st Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dunn, Arthur M. e. May 2, 1864, co. I, 161st O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 1864."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Arthur Dunn enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co C, 161st OVI on 9 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Chase, Ohio on 2 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Arthur M. Dunn filed for a pension on 10 Jul 1890 & on 27 Oct 1907 (Application #803470, Certificate #585172) for service in Co C, 161st OVI
      died 7 Jul 1932 at Hendersonville, North Carolina
      ___ filed for a widows' pension on 21 Jul 1932 (Application #1722152, Certificate #a12-1-32)
    • Find A Grave Memorial# 69075760
      Arthur Marion Dunn
      Oct 28, 1845 - July 7, 1932
      Fife Major of 116th Regiment O.V.I.
      Oakdale Cemetery, Hendersonville, Henderson County, North Carolina
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  • John Dunn (1828-1890) - Private, Company F, 146th Ohio National Guard
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dunn, John e. May 12, 1864, co. F, 146th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 7, 1864."
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 38 year old private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co F, 146th ONG on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 6 May 1880 (Certificate #388644) for service in Co F, 146th ONG
    • Larry W. Collins Research Notes submitted 14 March 2007
      John Dunn, born in April 1826. In 1850 he was living with his mother, Elizabeth and sisters, Phebe and Martha in Union Twp. In 1860 he is still farming in Union Twp. He has four children, Thomas W., Amos, Phebe Elizabeth, and Martha, but his wife is not listed in the household (I suspect that the census taker just didn’t record Rachel). His sister Phebe is serving as a domestic servant in the household.
      He enlisted on 5/2/1864 at age 38 and on 5/2/1864 he mustered into "F" Co. OH 146th Infantry as a Private. He was Mustered Out on 9/7/1864 at Camp Dennison, OH.
      Following the Civil War John resumed his occupation of farming. In 1870, John, his wife Rachel A., his sister Phebe and eight children, Thomas W., Amos, Elizabeth, Martha E., George, Mary, William, and Morris, are living in Roachester. By 1880 the family had moved to Butlerville where John was employed as a laborer. By 1900 John was again farming, living in Hamilton Twp. with his son William and his daughter Elizabeth.
      Sources: American Civil War Database at civilwardata.com, 1890 Veterans Census; 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 and 1900 US Census Records.
    • Application for 12 headstones by E. Wilkerson 15 Jul 1916; Applications for Headstones in Private Cemeteries, 1909-1924 (entry 592), Cemeterial Records; Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
      "John Dunn, Priv. Co F 146th O.V.I., unable to get death date, buried Morrow Cemetery near Morrow, Ohio"
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  • William Lewis Dunn (1835-1884) - Private, Company B, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Miami Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • " History Of Twelfth Ohio Volunteer Infantry" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Service Record
      Enlisted as a 25 year old private on 22 April 1861
      M ustered into Co. B, 12th OVI on 22 Apr 1861 and mustered out on 20 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co. B, 12th OVI on 20 Jun 1861
      discharged at Camp WArren, West Virginia on 22 Jan 1862
      discharged at Camp Warren, WV on 22 Jan 1862
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for an invalid pension on 18 Dec 1872 (Certificate #438287)
      Margaret E. Dunn filed for a widows' pension 9 Mar 1887(?) (Certificate #257321)
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  • Wilson Dunn (c1842-1863) - Private, Company E, 61st Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "Dunn, Wilson, 61st O.V.I.; died in hosp. at Fairfax C.H. Va. "
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Wilson Dunn enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 21 Feb 1862
      Mustered into Co E, 61st OVI on 21 Feb 1862
      Died of disease on 5 Jan 1863
      Buried at National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia
    • Pension Index Cards
      Rebecca Dunn filed for a mother's pension in Ohio on 26 Sep 1887 (Application #361304, Certificate #247254)
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator
      Wilson Dunn, Pvt, US Army, Civil War
      died 5 Jan 1863
      Buried at Alexandria National Cemetery, Section A Site 683
DURBIN
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  • James Durbin (1843-1863) - Private, Co. E, 2nd Ohio H. A.
DURELL
DURRELL
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  • William Harrison Durell/Durrell (ca. 1840 - 1865) - Private, Company A, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    [Name generally listed as William H. Durell except Harrison Durell is used on marriage record and in Lebanon Cemetery Records.]
    • Harrison Durell buried in unmarked grave at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #665 in Old Section Lot 176 sometime before 6 Mar 1865
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William H. Durrell enlisted as a 24 year old Private on 8 Feb 1864
      Mustered into Co A, 79th OVI on 8 Feb 1864
      Died of disease at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 24 Jam 1865
      Other Information: buried @ Camp Dennison Cemetery
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311,
      Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township
      "Harrison Durell"
    • Pension Index Cards
      Elizabeth Durell filed for a widow's pension on 20 Feb 1865 (Application #83567, Certificate #57626) for service of William H. Durell in Co A, 79th OVI
    • Ohio. Defiance County. 1890 U.S. Census, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc. Digital images. Ancestry.com.
      Defiance, ED 160, roll 60, page 5 line 15 [no dwelling or family numbers listed]
      Elizabeth A. Durell widow of William Durell, Pvt, Co A 79th OVI from 8 Feb 1864 to 24 Jan 1865
    • "Civil War Widows' Pension Applications." Database and images. Footnote.com. http://www.footnote.com
      Pension file for Elizabeth (Scott) Durell, widow of William H. Durell, Co A, 79th OVI
      (25 images on Fold3)
      William H. Durell enlisted as a 24 year old Private at Dayton, Ohio, on 8 Feb 1864 and was mustered into Co A, 79th OVI at Dayton, Ohio. He took ill during the Atlanta campaign and died of erysipelas at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 24 Jan 1865. [Note: age at enlistment is in conflict with marriage date]

      Harrison Durell and Elizabeth Scott were married on 18 Sep 1834 by Jacob Johnson, J.P. in Clark County, Illinois.
      Elizabeth Durell, aged 46, of Lebanon, Ohio, filed for a widow’s pension on 20 Feb 1865 (Application #83,567) through her attorney, David Allen. She was awarded a pension of $8 per month commencing 24 Jan 1865 by Certificate #57,626 dated 17 Oct 1865. Elizabeth was last paid $12 to 4 Sep 1896 and was dropped from the rolls due to her death on 25 Nov 1896.
      Testimony to support her claim was given by W. B. Blackburn, Isaac Odell, Joshua Stevens, M.D. and William N. Wilkerson, late Capt. 79th O.V.I.
DUVALL
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  • Lucellus Duvall (c1845-1863/64) - Private, Company I, 83rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery - Interment #970 in Section 3 Lot 155 - remains removed from Mason Graveyard
      [Register of Interments has d. 2 Aug 1864]
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio "Deerfield Twp Veterans" page 644
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 305
      "L. S. Duvall e. at Dayton, Montgomery co. Aug. 1862, co. I, 83d O. V. I.; dis. for disab. at Cincinnati, July 30, 1863; died at home, Aug. 25, 1863, buried in Mason cemtery; in all battles of regt. till disab."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 16 year old Private on 1 Sep 1862
      Mustered into Co I, 83rd OVI on 1 Sep 1862
      Discharged by Civil Authority at Cincinnati, Ohio
DWINELL
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  • Ariston Dwinell (c1842-1872) - Private, Company C, 2nd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 2nd OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Ariston Dwinell enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 25 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co C, 2nd OVI on 25 Aug 1861
      Disability discharge on 30 Sep 1863
    • Pension Index Cards
      Hattie Dwinell filed for a widows' penson in Indiana on 14 Dec 1888 (Application #385479, Certificate #304102) for service of Ariston Dwinell as musician, Co C, 2nd OVI
      died 17 Feb 1872
    • Find A Grave Memorial# 75010273
      Union City Cemetery, Union City, Randolph County, Indiana
      Ariston Dwinell, died 17 Feb 1872 in the 30th year of his age.

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DYCHE
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  • Dr. David Tullis Durbin Dyche - (1827-1905) - Captain of Company A, 131st O.N.G
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery Old Section Lot 269-9
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 3-5
      "Dyche, D. T. D. e. May 2, 1864, 146th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 7, 1864."
    • Beers History of Warren County page 737
      "During the rebellion, the Doctor enlisted in the O. N. G. and served three months at Fayette C. H., W Va. He afterward became Captain of Company A, 131st O. N. G , in which capacity he continued until the disbandment of the company"
    • "Turtlecreek Twp. Participants In The Civil War 1861-1865" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 37 year old private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co A, 146th ONG on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
      [couldn't find his service record in the 131st ONG]
    • Pension Index Cards
      David T. D. Dyche filed for a pension in Ohio on 18 Jul 1890 (Application #844677, Certificate #592885) for service in Co A, 146th OVI
      Georgia A. C. Dyche filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 4 May 1908 (Application #891458, Certificate #652024)
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  • John H. Dynes (1845-1916) - Private, Company D, 85th Ohio Infantry Regiment & Company A, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of veteran gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery with G.A.R. flagholder - Interment #4123 in Section H lot 51-5 on 16 Jul 1916
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 31 May 1862
      Mustered into Co D, 85th OVI on 10 Jun 1862 (3 months service)
      Mustered out on 23 Sep 1862 at Camp Dennison, Ohio
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co A 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 20 Sep 1907 (SC#1144032) for service in Co D 85th OVI & in Co A 146th OVI
      died 3 Jul 1916 at Nat. Mil. Home Ohio
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938 Dayton, Ohio, Register D, #33159
      Military History:  Enlisted at Lebanon, Ohio on 31 May 1862 as Pvt, Co D 85th OVI; discharged at Camp Chase, Ohio on 23 Sep, 1862; enlisted at Lebanon Ohio on 2 May 1864 as Pvt, Co A 146th OVI; discharged 7 Sep 1864 at Camp Dennison
      Domestic History:  born Ohio age 64, laborer, Cleveland, Ohio, wife Mary L. Dynes, Cleveland, Ohio
      Home History: Admitted Central Branch 19 Sep 1908 & discharged 26 May 1909 at his request; readmitted 30 Nov 1914 & died 3 Jul 1916; sister, Mary Randall, 20 Cherry St., Lebanon, O. notified; body to Lebanon O.
    • Ohio Death Certificate #45426 (1916) John H. Dynes
      widowed white male born in Ohio
      died 3 Jul 1916 at National Military Home hospital, Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio
      buried 6 Jul 1916
       

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