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KAUFMAN
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KAY
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  • William L. Kay (1840-1889) - Private, Benton Cadets aka Missouri Fremont's Bodyguards aka 5th Company Ohio Independant Cavalry
    • grave at Spring Grove Cemetery, Cinciinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.
      Wm. L. Kay Interment #46881 in Sec 31 lot 37 on 23 Jan 1889
      born Cincinnati, died Murdock, Ohio 21 Jan 1889 aged about 50 years
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Kay, Wm. L. in Benton cadets, 1861; then in q. m. dept. till close of war."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William L. Kay enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 20 Aug 1861
      Mustered into 5th Co. Indpt Ohio Cav on 20 Aug 1861 [1 of 4 companies that formed the organization kown as Gen. Fremont's body-guard.]
      Mustered out at St. Louis, Missouri on 30 Nov 1861
    • Pension Index Cards
      Elizabeth Kay filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 1 May 1891 (Application #511821, Certificate #333798) for service of William L. Kay in Co C, Fremont's Body Gds Mo Cav
    • Wm. Kay obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, January 24, 1889
      " Wm. Kay, a farmer and highly esteemed citizen living close to Murdoch, died of pnemonia last Monday evening, after an illness of but four days. He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss. His remains were interred in Spring Grove cemetery, Cincinnati."
KEARNEY
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  • Capt. James A. Kearney (1846-1925) - Master's Mate & 4th Master Ensign, US Navy
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #4419 in Sec. G Lot 66 on 11 Aug 1928
    • Beers History of Warren County page 862,
      "at the trial of our Government's strength in the war of the rebellion he came forward to her support by enlisting Aug. 8, 1861, in the naval service, being at the time in his 16th year of age. He served about two and one-half years and resigned, returning to Cincinnati; after which he was engaged in various capacities in the employ of the Government, till the close of the war"
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition,
      page 307 "Kearney, J. A. served in U. S. N. master's mate on "Conestaga," 1861-2; then 4th master ensign on the "Forest Rose;" dis. at Natchez, Aug. 1864."
      page 315; Hoel Post 230 "Kearney, Jas. H., lieutenant, U. S. N. ; mustered in as charter member of post 17 Jan 1885; post commander 1885 & 1886"
    • James A. Kearney (1846-1925) - unnamed paper dated Friday, December 3, 1926
      "Word has been received that James A. Kearney died in San Diego, Calif.; on October 25th last."
 
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  • Thomas Henry Kearney (1832-1901) - Surgeon, Field and Staff, 45th Ohio Infantry Regiment and Cont. Surg. U.S.A. (S) and Navy
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery with GAR flagholder - Interment #2416 of Thomas Henry Kearney in Sec G Lot 66 on 17 Mar 1901
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 29 year old Surgeon on 22 Jul 1862
      Commissioned into Field & Staff 45th OVI on 19 Aug 1862
      Mustered out at Camp Harker, Nashville, Tenness on 12 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension in Ohioon 11 Mar 1892 (Certificate #875955) for service in F&S, 45th OVI and Cont. Surg. U.S.A. (S) and Navy
      Lavinia M. Kearney filed for a widows' pension in the District of Columbia on Apr 1901(Certificate #526677)
KEEVER
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  • Absalom Keever (1828-1887) - Private, Company H, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #1470 in Sec G lot 26 on 19 Jul 1887
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 35 year old Private on 2 May 184
      Mustered into Co H, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 21 Oct 1886 (SC#479315) for service in Co H 146th OVI
      Catharine Keever filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 2 Jan 1889 (WC#268623)
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  • Charles W. Keever (1842-1879) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment (3 Months service)
    • photo of Wesley Keever gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #1555 of Charles W. Keever in Old Section lot 274-1 on 2 May 1879
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311, Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township
      "12th O. V. I. - Chas. Keever"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 19 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F 12th OVI (3 months) on 4 May 1861
      Mustered out on 18 Aug 1861
    • Warren County in the War, Part IV," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 21, 1885
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  • DeWitt Clinton Keever (1840-1877) Private, Company A 12th Ohio Infantry & Captain, Co K 146th Ohio Infantry
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery for D. W. C. Keever in Sec. 2, Lot 33 Grave 2 [no military markings]
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 310
      "D. W. C. Keever. 12th O. V. I." is included in a list of Deceased Soldiers of Salem Township.
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 25 year old Private on 20 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co A 12th OVI on 4 May 1861
      Discharged for wounds on 19 Dec 1862
      [12 Jul 1877 obituary says "At the battle of So. Mountain he received a severe wound in the left arm, which permantly disabled him."
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Dewitt C. Clinton enlisted as a 24 year old Captain on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co K, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Dewitt C. Keever filed for a pension on 9 Mar 1863 (SC#13141) for service in Co A 12th OVI
      Annis Keever filed for a widows' pension  (WO#232929 - no WC#)
    • Gagel, Diane. "Obituary: Captain D. W. Keever." Ohio Civil War Genealogy Journal XIV (2010 Issue 2): 63-65.
 
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  • George M. Keever (1844-1864) - Private, Co A, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Thought to be Interment #641 in Old Section Lot 62
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311
      G. M. Keever, 32nd O. V. I. included in a list of deceased soldiers Turtlecreek Township
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      George M. Keever of Lebanon, Ohio enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co A, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Died of disease at Lebanon, Ohio on 5 Sep 1864
 
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  • George W. Keever (c1840-1863) Private, Co F, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment (3 months) and 1st Sergeant, Co A 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    [perhaps same as William G. Keever?]
    • "Turtlecreek Twp. Participants In The Civil War 1861-1865" article by Dallas Bogan which says
      "George enlisted under Capt. Williams in the three months service in the 12th OVI; reenlisted in the 35th OVI, in Company A, under Captain Budd; was orderly Sergeant of his company. At the battle of Chickamauga, Ga., he was mortally wounded in the skirmish-line early in the first day's fighting. He was buried near the battlefield."
      [NOTE
      Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866. Vol. I, page 268 lists a Charles W. Keever, age 19 & William G. Keever, age 21 in Co F 12th OVI (3 months service)]
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311
      "G. M. Keever, 32d O. V. I. included in a list of Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      George W. Keever enlisted as a 21 year old Corporal on 15 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
      Promoted to 1st Sergeant
      Killed at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
      buried Chattanooga, Tennessee
    • "Warren County in the War," part VIII, The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, December 19, 1885
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  • Leonidas Keever (c1843 - 1862) - Private, Company A, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
 
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  • Tyler C. Keever (1842-1867) - Corporal, Company A, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery for Tylee Clinton Keever, Section 2 Lot 33 grave 1 [no military markings]
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 310
      "T. C. Keever, 79th O. V. I." included in a list of Deceased Soldiers of Salem Township
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 20 year old Corporal on 28 Jul 1862
      Mustered into Co A, 79th OVI on 23 Aug 1862
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 30 May 1865 by order of the War Department
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 23 Nov 1865 (SC#72759)
      Mother, Mary A. Keever, filed for pension in Ohio on 7 May 18?? (MO#394654 - no MC#)
 
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  • William G. Keever (c1840 - ____) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment (3 months)
    [perhaps same as George W. Keever?]
KEITH
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  • William D. Keith (c1829-1892) - Company C 54th Ohio Infantry
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 32 year old Private on 21 Oct 1861
      Mustered into Co C 54th OVI on 21 Oct 1861
      Disability discharge at Columbus, Ohio on 12 Sep 1862
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 16 Apr 1863 (SC#24598) for service in Co C 54th OVI
      Harriet C. Keith filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on ?4 Jan 1893? (WC#386572)
    • List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Volume III, Page 344
      "Wm. D. Keith, Waynesville PO, SC#24598, mus. adhesion of left thigh, $6.00 monthly pension"
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      William D. Keith, Pvt Co C 54th Ohio Inf
      Cemetery: Pleasant Hill in Hardin Co. Ohio
      Date of Death:  [blank]
    • Elliott, Michael. "1883 Census of Pensioners, Warren County, Ohio." Ohio Civil War Genealogy Journal XIII (2009 Issue 3): 153
      SC#24,598, William D. Keith, Waynesville PO, injury to left thigh, C 54 OVI, died 1892, buried Willow Branch (Auglaize Co.)
KELL
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  • John Kell (1817-1862) - Lieutenant Colonel, Field & Staff, 2nd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Beers History of Warren County
      page 350

      "Capt. John Kell's company, which, before the war, had been organized as a militia company, called the Franklin Grays, was the first company to leave the county for service under the telegraphic call for troops."
      page 541
      "Col. John Kell was a native of Germany. He spent his life mostly in America, and when the Mexican war broke out was a resident of Steubenville. He came to Franklin about 1856, and opened a tailor shop. He was made Postmaster by Buchanan. Having been in the Mexican war, his military proclivities manifested themselves in the interest he felt in all military affairs. He organized a company, which, from their uniform, was called the Franklin Greys—Captain, J. Kell; First Lieutenant, P. S. Turner; Second Lieutenant, O. C. Maxwell; Orderly, I. M. Snell. This company became celebrated for its proficiency in drill, and when the war broke out, almost all of its members enlisted and the company retained its organization. When they returned from the three-months' service, he was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the Second Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and entered the Service. He was killed at the battle of Stone River. His body was brought home and buried with Masonic rites in the cemetery east of the canal."
      page 547
      "Franklin enjoys the distinction of sending out one of the earliest, as well as one of the best-drilled, and best-equipped companies in the early history of the war. As soon as the call of the President was made for troops, in April, 1861, Capt. Kell called for volunteers, and almost all his entire company, the Franklin Greys, at once responded. Those who did not wish to go easily found others to take their places. The citizens at once determined to uniform the men, and, in less than a week, the company, uniformed and numbering more than a hundred men, was in Columbus, Ohio. They were assigned to the First Ohio and became Company B of that regiment. They were assigned to duty in and near Washington. They were sent out as skirmishers at Bull Run, and one of the company fired the first shot in that battle, having discovered an artillery man of the Southern army pulling brush from in front of a masked battery and his fire brought a return shot from the battery. In this battle, the company had one man, A. B. Spader, captured by the rebels, and one blinded by a fragment of a shell. After their discharge, most of the company re-enlisted—a great many in the Second Ohio with Capt O. C. Maxwell."
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 1st OVI
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 2nd OVI
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 315
      "John Kell Post, No. 241.
      This Post was chartered June 29, 1882, and is located at Franklin.  It is named for Colonel John Kell, late of the Second Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  Sprung from a line of soldiers, having himself been in the Mexican war, of a high spirit and dauntless courage, John Kell was fitted to be a leader of volunteers of '61.  Enrolling Company F, First Ohio, for three months' service, with a pledge "to be in the struggle to its end," he joined early friends in organizing the Second Ohio Volunteer Infantry, three years, becoming its lieutenant-colonel.  His service ending with his fall at Stone River, summed up the best results of a strong, resolute manhood."
    • "Maxwell And Kell Franklin Twp. Participants In Civil War" article by Dallas Bogan
    • "Franklin Twp. Participants In The Civil War" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 44 year old Captain on 16 Apr 1861
      Appointed into Co F, 1st OVI on 29 Apr 1861 (3 months)
      Mustered out at Dayton, Ohio on 16 Aug 1861
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 45 year old Lieutenant Colonel on 06 August 1861
      Commission into Field & Staff, 2nd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 06 August 1861.
      Promoted to Full Colonel on 24 December 1862 (Not Mustered)
      Killed at Stones River, Tennessee on 31 Dec 1862
    • Pension Index Files
      Minor, Maria Kell, filed for a pension on 17 Jun 1863 (Application #24941, Certificate #87618) for service of L. Col. John Kell, F&S 2nd OVI who was killed in action 31 Dec 1862 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    • Warren County in the War, Part IV," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 21, 1885
    • "Warren County in the War, Part V" The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 28, 1885
    • "Civil War Widows' Pension Applications." Database and images. Footnote.com. http://www.footnote.com
      Pension file for minor children of John Kell, Colonel, 2nd OVI (71 images)
      John Kell was enrolled into the service on 8 Aug 1861 at Camp Dennison by the Governor of Ohio as a Lieut. Col. 2nd Regt. Ohio Volunteers and was mustered into U. S. service for 3 years or during the war on 27 Aug 1861. He was promoted to Col. on 24 Dec 1862. A week later he was killed in action by a gunshot wound on 31 Dec 1862 at the Battle of Stone River, Murfreesboro, TN.
      John Kell married his 1st wife, Maria McCullough in Jefferson County, Ohio on 17 Jan 1839. They had 3 children, William Hudson Kell, born 18 Apr 1841; Samuel Medary Kell, born 12 Apr 1843 and Martha Jane Kell born 15 Apr 1848. Maria filed for and received a divorce from John in 1853, claiming John Kell deserted his family about 2 Apr 1849. The Jefferson County court granted the divorce and awarded her alimony of $100 per year for 10 years.
      John Kell married his 2nd wife, Elizabeth Bailey, at Franklin, Ohio on 30 Jan 1855. John & Elizabeth had two children, Joel B. Kell born Feby 6th 1861 and Eliza R. Kell born Jan 31st 1856. Elizabeth (Bailey) Kell died 22 Feb 1861.
      Elias Bailey, of Franklin, Ohio, filed for a pension as the guardian for his grandchildren, Joel B. Kell and Eliza R. Kell (Application # 24941, Certificate # 87618). About the same time, Maria Kell, of Steubenville, Ohio, filed for a pension for her youngest daughter, Martha Jane Kell. All three children received a minor’s pension until they turned sixteen.
      Affidavits by the following are found in the pension file: Peter & Sarah Conover, Narcissa M. Coleman, John S. Haller, Elias Bailey, Wm. D. Schenck and D. M. Carpenter.
 
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  • William Hudson Kell (1841-1916) - Major, US Army
    • "Franklin Twp. Participants In The Civil War" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 1st OVI
    • Beers History of Warren County page 542
      "Lieut. William Kell, son of Col. John Kell, served with his father from the beginning of the war until the death of his father; he remained at his regiment until it was mustered out, when he located in Lebanon as a tailor. Numerous friends of his father made some efforts in his behalf, which resulted in his appointment to a Lieutenancy in the regular army."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 17 Apr 1861; born Ohio
      Mustered into Co F, 1st OVI on 29 Apr 1861
      Mustered out at Dayton, Ohio on 16 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co I, 2nd OVI on 4 Sep 1862
      Transferred into Co E, 18th OVI on 20 Oct 1864
      Mustered out on 10 Jun 1865
      later served in the US Army from 12 Dec 1872 until 15 Dec 1899
    • Thrapp, Dan L. Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography Volume 2. Glendale, Calif: A.H. Clark Co, 1988 page 764
      - born 18 Apr 1841, Steubenville, Ohio
      - enlisted in the 1st Ohio Infantry in 1861, later serving in the 2nd and 18th Ohio Infantry regiments through the Civil War, being with Sherman on the Atlanta operation.
      - 1872, 2nd Lieutenant, US Army 22d Infantry at Fort Rice, North Dakota
      - Promotions:  1879, 1st Lieutenant; 1892, Captain; 15 Dec 1899 retired as Major; 1904 promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on the retired list
      - died 9 Feb 1916 at New York City
KELLER
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  • John Keller (1840-1911) - Private, Company M, 4th Ohio Cavalry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Hopkinsville Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 4th OVC
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Keller, John, 3 years, 1862-1865, in co M. 4th O. V. C.; det. harness maker."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 24 year old Private on 8 Sep 1862
      Mustered into Co M 4th OVC on 8 Sep 1862
      Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee on 15 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension in Ohio on 17 Nov 1890 & on 28 Dec 1910 Certificate #869342) for service in Co M 4th OVC
      died 16 Aug 1911
      Margaret C. Keller filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 1 Sep 1911 (Certificate #732332)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #45889 (1911) John Keller
      married white male harness maker
      b. 25 Dec 1840 in Germany to Fred Keller & Sarah ?Yacla?
      d. 17 Aug 1911 in Maineville, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 18 Aug 1911 at Hopkinsville
    • Application for 1 headstone by S. C. Kersey 17 Jun 1912; 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 Keller, Private Co M, 4th O.V.C., d. Aug. 16, 1911, Hopkinsville Cemetery, Hopkinsville, W. Co. O."
KELLY
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  • Clarkson C. Kelly (1843-1917) - Private, Company F, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Kelly, Clark, 4 months in co. F, 146th O. V. I.; 2 weeks in hosp. measles."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Clarkson Kelley enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co F, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Clarkson Kelley filed for pension on 26 Jul 1892 (Certificate #857092) for service in Co F 146th OVI
      died at Morrow, Ohio on 8 Jul 1917
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  • Harvey S. Kelly (1848 - 1898) - Private, Company G, 17th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery - Section B - no military markings
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 17th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Harvey S. Kelley enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 27 Feb 1864
      Mustered into Co G 17th OVI on 27 Feb 1864
      Mustered out on 16 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Harvey S. Kelly filed for a pension in Ohio on 17 Feb 1893 (SC#946215) for service in Co G, 17th OVI
      died 23 Sep 1898
      Angeline Kelly filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 2 Dec 1898 (WC#476442); J. Ireland Attorney
KELSEY
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  • William Kelsey (c1826-1893) - Private, Company E, 17th Ohio Infantry Regiment
KENDALL
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  • Andrew J. Kendall (c1839-____) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • "Warren County in the War, Part IV," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 21, 1885 [listed as A. S. Kendall]
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Andrew J. Kendall enlisted as a 22 year old Private on 19 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
      Mustered out on 18 Aug 1861
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Andrew J. Kendall as a Wagoner on 8 Sep 1861
      Mustered into Co C, Ohio Battalion Cavalry (Merrill's Horse) aka 2nd Mo. Cav. about 8 Sep 1861 (3 years)
      also had service as Sergeant, Co C, 2nd Missouri Cavalry
      Mustered out at Saint Louis, Missouri on 15 Jun 1864
    • VanHouten and Cole, Warren County, Ohio Marriage Records 1867-1872, page 13
      Andrew J. Kendall & Ella F. Anderson, 30 Oct 1867 [page 57 #167]
    • Pension Payment Cards
      Andrew J. Kendall filed for a pension in Ohio on 7 Jul 1890 (Application #792806, Certificate #563481) for service in Co F 12th OVI & Co C, 2nd Mo Cav.
      Ella F. Kendall filed for a widows' pension in Ohio in 1908 (Application #725529, Certificate #505188)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #55108 (1916) Ella Frances Kendall
      retired white female widow
      born 7 Oct 1845 in Ohio to I. F. Anderson & Nancy Gilliland
      died 21 Sep 1916 in Lakewood, Cuyahoga County, Ohio
      buried 21 Sep 1916, Dayton, Ohio
KENNARD
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KENNEDY
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  • John Kennedy (1836-1913)
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery with G.A.R. flagholder - Interment #3341 in Section N lot 3 on 8 Nov 1913
    • "Lest We Forget, Volume I" by Mary M. Everhart page 75
      "Kennedy, John 1836-1913, 12th OVI, Miami Cem."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      There are 2 men listed on the Rosters for the 12th OVI but their age doesn't suggest an 1836 birth date
      #1  John Kennedy enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 20 Jun 1861 & mustered into Co B 12th OVI; promoted to Sergeant on 18 Nov 1861; no discharge date listed
      #2 John B. Kennedy enlisted as a 34 year old Private on 30 May 1861 & mustered into Co K 12th OVI; transferred to Co A on 1 Nov 1861; no discharge date listed
    • Pension Index Cards
      None found
KENNON
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KENNY
KENNEY
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  • William H. Kenny/Kenney (1839-1919) - 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
      William H. Kenny enlisted as a 22 year old Private on 19 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 19 Jun 1861
      Mustered out on 11 Jul 1864
      born 1839, died 5 Apr 1919 at St. Cloud, FL
      buried Mount Peace Cemetery, St Cloud, FL Sec A-86-2
    • Civil War Discharges Warren County, Ohio (Lebanon, OH: Warren County Genealogical Society, 2002), p. 80
      "page 228
      Know Ye, That William H. Kenny, a private of Captain Rigdon Williams Company, (F), 12th Regt. of Infantry Ohio Volunteers, who was enrolled on the 19th day of June, 1861 to serve three years or duration is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States, this 11 day of July, 1864, at Columbus, Ohio, by reason of expiration of term of service.
      Said William H. Kenny was born in ___ in the State of Ohio, is 22 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a farmer.
      Given at Columbus, Ohio, this 11 day of July, 1864. Frank M. Slade, 1st Lt. Comdg Co. No oath of Identiy."
    • Pension Index Cards
      William H. Kenney filed for a pension on 23 Sep 1876 (Application #225817, Certificate #174189) for service in Co F, 12th OVI
      died 4 Apr 1919 at St. Cloud, Florida
      Clara E. Kenney filed for a widows' pension in Florida on 11 Apr 1919 )Application #1139348, Certificate #872087)
    • Find A Grave Memorial# 63624457
      William H. Kenney
      Co F 12 Ohio Inf
      1930-1919
      Mount Peace Cemetery
      Saint Cloud, Osceola County, Florida
      Plot 1-A-86-2
      [same stone as Clara E. Kenney (1850-1942)

    • "Warren County in the War, Part X," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, January 9, 1886
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  • David W. Kenrick (1845-1865) - Private, Company C & H, 34th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone for David W. Kenrick at Miami Cemetery - Interment #193 of David H. Kenrick in lot 18 on 17 May 1869 [removed from Raysville]
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      David Kendrick enlisted as a Private on 23 Feb 1864
      Mustered into Co. H 34th OVI on 23 Feb 1864
      Died of disease at Grafton, West Virginia on 5 Jan 1865
      Buried Grafton, WV
    • Pension Index Cards
      Mother filed for a pension (MC#317397) on 23 Apr 1891 for service of David W. Kenrick in Co C & H, 34th OVI
KERSEY
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  • Samuel C. Kersey (1844-1920) - Corporal, Company A, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #4492 in Sec H Lot 151-2 on 31 Aug 1920
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Samuel C. Kersey e. at what is now known as Oregonia, Warren co. Aug. 6, 1862, co. A, 79th O. V. I.; pro. corp. 19 May 1864, at Cassville, Ga. while regt. was under fire; m.o. at Washington, D.C. June 9, 1865."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Samuel C. Kersey enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 6 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co A 79th OVI on 23 Aug 1862
      Promoted to Corporal on 19 May 1864
      Mustered out at Washington, DC on 9 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Samuel C. Kersey filed for a pension in Ohio on 4 Dec 1888 (Application #680599, Certificate #449784) for service in Co A 79th OVI
      died 28 Aug 1920 at Lebanon, Ohio
      Mary H. Kersey filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 21 Oct 1920 (Application #1164989, Certificate #897071)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #56065 (1920) Samuel C. Kersey
      white male farmer married to Mary H. Kersey
      born 14 Mar 1844 in Warren County, Ohio to Henry Kersey and Mary J. Chamberlain
      died 28 Aug 1920 at Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 31 Aug 1920 at Lebanon Cemetery
    • "Granville Thurston Post, G.A. R. Officers," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, December 1893, page 5
    • "Samuel C. Kersey," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, September 16, 1920, page 4
      " . . . August 6, 1862, he enlisted in Company A, 79th regiment O. V. I. and served three years, or during the remainder of the war, being promoted to Corporal, May 19, 1864. At Cassville, Georgia while the regiment was under heavy fire, he participated in numerous heavy engagements, was with General Sherman on the memorable march to the sea, after which he participated in the siege of the Carolinas and marched by way of Pittsburg to Washing D. C., where he marched in the grand review in that city; being mustered out of the service June 9, 1865; at the time of his death he was a member of Granville Thurston Post no. 213, G. A. R., also of the Lebanon Farmers Grange. . . ."
KEYS
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KEYTE
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  • Augustus Keyte (1839-1876) - Corporal, Company D, Missouri 5th U.S. Reserve Corps
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #1400 in Section A lot 21-2 on 26 Nov 1876
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311,
      Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township
      "Augustus Keyle"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a Corporal from St. Louis, Missouri on 11 May 1861
      Mustered into Co D, Missouri 5th US Reserve Infantry
      Mustered out at St. Louis, Missouri on 31 Aug 1861
KILBON
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  • Hiram Kilbon (1840-1904) - Private, Company I, 129th Illinois Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery with G. A. R. flagholder - Interment #2629 in Sec G Lot 12 on 30 Jan 1904
    • Beers History of Warren County page 866,
      "On Aug. 20,1862, he enlisted in the 129th Ill. V. I., and served through the war; was discharged at Washington, June 8, 1865, having been engaged in the battles of Buzzards' Roost, Resaca, Nashville, Decatur and others, and fortunately escaped without a wound"
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page
      "Kilbon, Hiram, e. at Naples, Scott co. Ill. Aug. 20, 1862, co. I, 129th Ill. V. I.; regt. assigned to 1st brig. 3d div. 20th A. C.; in hosp. at Chattanooga, Tenn. Jan. 1864, flux and camp diarrhea; took part in Atlanta campaign, March to Sea, and campaign of the Carolinas; m. o. at Washington, D.C. June 8, 1865; dis. at Chicago, Ill."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Hiram Kilborn enlisted as a Private from Naples, Illinois on 20 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co I 129th Illinois Infantry
      Mustered out at Washington, DC on 8 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 11 Aug 1897 (Certificate #994525) for service in Co I 129th Ill. Inf. Regiment
KIND
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  • Robert Kind (1843-1927) - Corporal, Company A & Company C, 5th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Robert Kind - Obituary from unnnamed paper dated 23 Jun 1927 which says,
      "On the breaking out of the Rebellion in 1861 he enlisted at the age of 17, becoming Corporal of Company C, Fifth, O. V. I. After a service of four and one half years he was honorably discharged and immediately re-enlisted but the war soon ended as also his services as a soldier, but as such he had participated in some 23 engagements, fought in the battles of Winchester, Cedar Mountain, Antietam, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and many other important battles, and was with Sherman on his famous march to the Sea.
      His regiment the 5th Ohio, was involved in some fierce and bloody conflicts, was finally so cut to pieces that the survivors were distributed among other regiments."
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 21 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co A, 5th OVI on 21 Jun 1861
      Transferred to Co C, 5th OVI on 25 Jun 1863
      Mustered out on 26 Jul 1865
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as an 18 year old Musician on 21 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co C 5th OVI on 21 Jun 1861
      Transferred from Co A to Co C 5th OVI
      Promoted to Corporal of Co C 5th OVI
      Mustered out on 26 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 15 Jul 1886 (Certificate #673620) for service in Co A 5th OVI from 21 Jun 1861 to 26 Jun 1863 & in Co C 5th OVI from 25 Jun 1863 to 26 Jul 1865
      died at Morrow, Ohio 4 Apr 1927
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  • William Kind (1845-1905) - Private, Company E, 4th Ohio Cavalry Battalion  (6 Months) & Company G, 13th Ohio Cavalry Regiment
KING
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  • Henry Harrison King (1841-1920) - Private, Company H, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #3845 in Sec M Lot 26 on 20 Aug 1920
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "King, Henry H. co. H, 79th O. V. I.; cap. in N. C. Mar. 1865; held 28 days"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Henry H. King enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 14 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co H, 79th OVI on 23 Aug 1862
      Captured near Fayetteville, North Carolina on 11 Mar 1865
      Mustered out at Camp Chase, Ohio on 16 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Henry H. King filed for a pension on 1 Feb 1890 (Application #752963, Certificate #696840) for service in Co H, 79th OVI
      died 16 Aug 1920
    • Ohio Death Certificate #56064 (1920) Henry Harrison King
      white male stationery Engineer, widower of Jane King
      born 24 Oct 1841 in Warren County, Ohio to John King
      died 17 Aug 1920 at Lebanon, Warren County
      buried 21 Aug 1920 in Miami Cemetery, Corwin O
 
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  • James S. King (1837-1908) - Private, Company B, 2nd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 4 Lot 53-11
    • WPA Veteran Grave Registration Plat Maps - Woodhill Cemetery #110 (sheets 65-72)
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 2nd OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      James S. King enlisted as a 23 year old Private on 31 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co B, 2nd OVI on 31 Aug 1861
      Captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 19 Sep 1863
      no discharge information
    • Pension Index Cards
      James S. King filed for a pension in Ohio on 30 Oct 1888 & on 7 Oct 1907 (Application #677311,Certificate #505010) for service in Co B, 2nd OVI
      died 1908
      Catharine E. King filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 13 Nov 1908 (Application #907808, Certificate #673572)
 
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  • Thomas E. King (1829-1911) - Private, Company H, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • buried in unmarked grave at Miami Cemetery - Interment #3130 in Sec H, old yard, on 2 Feb 1911
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "King, Thos. E. e. Aug. 1862, co H, 79th O. V. I.; dis. May, 1865, disab."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Thomas E. King enlisted as a 33 year old Private on 14 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co H, 79th OVI on 23 Aug 1863
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 30 May 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Thomas E. King filed for a pension on 19 Jan 1885 & on 8 Mar 1907 (application #530405, Certificate #361712) for service in Co H, 79th OVI
    • Ohio Death Certificate #4759 (1911) Thomas E. King
      widowed white male farmer
      born 13 Jun 1829 in Waynesville, Ohio to John King
      died 29 Jan 1911 at Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio
      buried 2 Feb 1911 at Waynesville Cem.
KINNEY
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  • Andrew J. Kinney (1833-1879) - Company D, 110th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 29 year old private on 20 Jun 1863
      Mustered into Co D 110th OVI as a substitute on 20 Jun 1863
    • Pension Index Cards
      Kate Kinney filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 19 Dec 1884 (certificate #278494)
   
  • Coates Kinney (1826-1904) - Major, Paymasters Regiment, U.S. Volunteers
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a Major on 1 Jun 1861
      Commissioned into US Volunteers Paymaster's Department on 1 Jun 1861
      Breveted Lt. Colonel on 15 Nov 1865
      Mustered out on 15 Nov 1865
      born in New York
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 29 Aug 1892 (Certificate #1051061) for service in Paymasters Reg't U. S. Volunteers
      died at Cincinnati Ohio on 25 Jan 1904
      Mary Allen Kinney filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 3 Aug 1908 (Certificate #974584)
KIPHART
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  • Albert Jack Kiphart (1844-1936) - Private, Battery D, 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Union Church Cemetery
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio "Washington Twp Veterans" page 709 [listed as A. J. Kephart]
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Albert J. Kiphart e. Aug. 1862, bat. D, 2d O. V. H. A.; served 3 years"
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Andrew J. Kiphart enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 18 Aug 1863
      Mustered into Battery D, 2nd OHA on 7 Sep 1863
      Mustered out at Nashville, Tennessee on 23 Aug 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 4 Feb 1888 (SC#474144) for service in Battery D 2nd OHA
    • "A. J. Kiphart, 91, Dies Early Today", unnamed paper dated 4 Feb 1936
      "... During the Civil War, Mr. Kiphart served with the Second Ohio Heavy Artillery and was a member of the Granville Thurston G. A. R. Post at Lebanon. He was also a member of the M. E. Church at Clarksville. ..."
 
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  • Hiram P. Kiphart (c1838-1914) - Private, Company A, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Hiram Kiphart e. April, 1861, co. A, 12th O. V. I.; served in same 3 years"
    •   "History Of Twelfth Ohio Volunteer Infantry" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 26 Apr 1886 (SC#636108) for service in Co A 12th OVIi
      died at Clarksville, Ohio on 22 Jul 1914
      Anna M. Kiphart filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 3 Aug 1914 (WC#783446)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #37656 (1914) Hiram P. Kiphart [Anna Kiphart, Clarksville, Ohio, Informant]
      married white male tinner
      born 1 Mar 1838 in Ohio ot John F. Kiphart and Caroline Ready
      died 22 Jul 1914 ag Clarksville, Clinton County, Ohio
      buried 24 Jul 1914 Clarksville Cemetery
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  • Thomas W. Kiphart (c1833-1895) - Private, Company A, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Thos. W. Kiphart co. A, 12th O. v. I. ; hip wounded at 2d Bull Run; dis. disab."
    •   "History Of Twelfth Ohio Volunteer Infantry" article by Dallas Bogan
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Thomas W. Kephart enlisted as a 28 year old Private on 15 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co A 12th OVI on 15 Aug 1861
      Wounded at Bull Run Bridge, Virginia on 27 Aug 1862
      Discharged for wounds on 8 Jun 1863
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 12 Apr 1871 (SC#114273) for service in Co A 12th OVI
      died 2 Jan 1895
      Ellen Kiphart filed for a widows' pension in Indiana on 24 Jan? 1895 (WC#447807)
      Ellen Kiphart, guardian, filed for a minor's pension in Indiana on 2 May 1898? (MC#480454)
      Remarks: See SC#309727 William J. King C 30 Ind. Inf. WO#1082841
KIRCHENBERGER
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  • George Kirchenberger (1846-1937) - Private, Company D, 108th Ohio Infantry Regiment
KIRK
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  • Charles L. Kirk (c1847-1872) - Private, Company K, 13th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Kirk, Chas. L. e. Feb. 25, 1864, co. K, 13th O. V. C. ; m.o. at Amelia C. H. Va. July 4, 1865; died at Louisville, Ky. Feb. 28, 1872."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Charles L. Kirk enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 25 Feb 1865
      Mustered into Co K, 13th OVC on 23 Mar 1865
      Mustered out at Amelia Court House, Virginia on 4 Jul 1865
    • Charles Kirk, Miami Gazette (Waynesville, Ohio), Wednesday, March 6, 1872
      "Charles Kirk had the small-pox in Louisville. Our information as to his being hurt by the cars was erroneous; and we learned that he died last week."
    • Charles Kirk, Miami Gazette (Waynesville, Ohio), Wednesday, March 13, 1872
      "We learn from our friend Winston Ricks, that the death of Charles Kirk from small-pox, at Louisville, was hastened if not caused, by bad treatment. When it was first discovered that his disease was small pox, he was conveyed from his boarding house to the hospital, from thence sent to the pest house, where the young practitioners declared his complaint to be typhoid fever and ordered him back to the hospital. All this on a very cold day, and when the disease was of the confluent kind. He did not know his monther when she arrived at his bedside form Lebanon, and only recognized her during a few moments of consciousness before death, when his blindness prevented him from seeing her. Mrs. Shoemaker has brought suit against the authorities of Louisville for $10,000 damages, for the inhuman treatment given her son, with, it is said, fair prospects of success. The Lawyers engaged on the plaintiff's sied have agreed to push her claims gratuitously.
 
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  • Harrison Kirk (c1840-1899) - Sergeant, Company E, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • 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 3-7
      "Kirk, Harrison, e. at Morrow, Aug. 1862, co. E, 79th O. V. I.; pro. corp. sergt. then 1st sergt.; det. at Gen. Payne's hd.-qtrs. Q. M. Dept. 1 month 18 days; m. o. at Washington, D.C. June 9, 1865; O. D. in Stevens Post, G. A. R.; 1st service as lieut. Ohio State Militia 1 yaer; capt. in same 4 years."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Harrison Kirk enlisted as a 23 year old Corporal on 21 Jun 1862
      Mustered into Co E, 79th OVI on 23 Aug 1862
      Promoted to Sergenat 1 May 1863 & to 1st Sergeant 1 Mar 1865
      Mustered out at Washington, D.C. on 9 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Harrison Kirk filed for a pension in Ohio on 15 Jun 1889 (Application #710364, Certificate #503291) for service in Co E, 79th OVI
      Susan Kirk filed for a mother's pension in Ohio on 11 Jul 1899? (Application #702268, no Certificate #) - date not clear of index card
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      Harrison Kirk, Sergt. Co E 79th Ohio Inf.
      Cemetery: I.O.O.F at Morrow, Warren Co O
      Date of Death: June 29, 1899
 
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  • William Madison Kirk (1840-1914) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry, Private, Company K, 84th Ohio Infantry & Sergeant, Company G, 10th Ohio Cavalry
    aka Madison Kirk or William M. Kirk
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Madison Kirk enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 19 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co F 12th OVI on 19 Jun 1861
      Disability discharge on 30 Oct 1861
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William M. Kirk enlisted as a 23 year old Private on 31 May 1862
      Mustered into Co K, 84th OVI on 10 Jun 1862
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 20 Sep 1862
    • Service Record #3 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William M. Kirk enlisted as a 22 year old Sergeant on 20 Oct 1862
      Mustered into Co G, 10th OVC on 15 Jan 1863
      Discharged at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 26 Apr 1863
    • Pension Index Cards
      William M. Kirk filed for a pension on 11 Jun 1879 & on 23 Apr 1910 (Application #67470, Certificate #260303) for service in Co F, 12th OVI, Co G, 10th OVC & Co K, 84th OVI
      died 10 Jan 1914 at Deshler, Ohio
      Eliza Kirk filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 14 Jan 1914 (Application #1020491, Certificate #771382)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #3262 (1914) William Madison Kirk
      married white male farmer
      born 9 Apr 1840 in Ohio to Wm. Kirk & Elizbeth Gregory
      died 10 Jan 1914 at Deshler, Henry County, Ohio
      buried 12 Jan 1914 at Woodlawn Cemetery
    • Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Grave Database
      William M. Kirk (1840-1914), Sgt, Co G, 10th OVC
      Woodlawn Cemetery, Bartlow Twp, Henry County, Ohio - Sec C Lot 6 Grave 24
    • "Warren County in the War, Part X," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, January 9, 1886
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  • Timothy Kirk (____-1864) - Private, Company G, 100th Indiana Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Kirk, Timothy, e. in Pine Village, Ind. 1862, co. G, 100th Ind. V. I.; killed at Resaca; buried on battlefield."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Timothy Kirk enlisted as a Private on 16 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co G, 100th Ind. Inf. on 16 Aug 1862
      Killed at Dallas, Georgia on 30 May 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Rebecca Kirk filed for a widows' pension on 3 Aug 1864 (Application #59438, Certificate #30742) for service in Co G, 100th Ind. Inf.
    • "Civil War "Widows' Pension" Applications." Database and images. Footnote.com. http://www.footnote.com
      Rebecca Kirk, widow, pension application no. 59438, certificate no. 30742; service of Timothy Kirk (Pvt., Co. G, 100th Indiana Volunteer Infantry) - 13 images.
      Widows' Declaration states that Timothy Kirk died on 31 May 1864 at Reseca from wounds received on 13 May 1864 at Reseca, Georgia and left one child under the age of 16, Minerva Jane Kirk who was born 20 Oct 1856.
      Certification of Marriage from Judge Jno. C. Dunley indicates that TImothy Kirk and Rebecca Legg were married in Warren County Ohio on 10 Oct 1850 by Gideon Leak, Minister of the Gospel
KISSINGER
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  • Benjamin F. Kissinger (1845-1893) - Private, 47th and 195th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiments
    • photo of gravestone at New Jersey Presbyterian Church Cemetery
    • Hardesty's Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page
      "Kissenger, Benj. was in service in 98th Pa. V.I."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Benjamin F. Kissinger enlisted as a Private on 9 Jul 1863
      Mustered into Co H, 94th Pa Infantry on 9 Jul 1863
      Mustered out on 14 Aug 1863
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Benjamin F. Kissinger enlisted as a Private on 24 Feb 1865
      Mustered into Co K, 195th Pa Infantry on 24 Feb 1865
      Mustered out at Washington DC on 31 Jan 1866
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension in Ohio on 30 Mar 1888 (Certificate #570100) for service in Co H 47th Pa Inf & in Co K 195th Pa Inf
      died 20 May 1893
      Mary Kissinger filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on __ Jun 1893 (Certificate #380928)
      Remarks:  XC2666346
KITCHEN
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  • George C. Kitchen (1841-1869) - Private, Company A, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment & Company G, 82nd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Spring Grove Cemetery, Cinciinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio - Interment #20744 in Sec 40, grave 2147 on 10 Jan 1870 (removed from Wesleyan Cemetery)
      Geo. C. Kitchen b. 15 Jun 1841 Munroe, O.  to Richard & Hannay, d. 24 Dec 1869 of consumption
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 35th OVI
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      George G. Kitchen enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 15 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
      Mustered out on 26 Aug 1861
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      George C. Kitchen enlisted as a 23 year old Private on 24 Jan 1865
      Mustered into Co G, 82nd OVI on 244 Jan 1865
      Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 24 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Mary Kitchen filed for a widow's pension in Ohio on 25 Aug 1885 (Application #330143, Certificate #280836) for service of George C. Kitchen, alias George W. Kitchen, in Co A 35th OVI & in Co G, 82nd OVI
    • "Warren County in the War," part VIII, The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, December 19, 1885
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  • William P. Kleinhenn (1839-1921) - Private, Company B, 68th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • Photo extracted from family photo contributed by Fred & Charlene Murphy on 28 Jun 2011 - note G.A.R. medal on coat
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William P. Klinehenn enlisted as a 24 year old Private on 15 Oct 1863
      Mustered into Co B, 68th OVI on 15 Oct 1863
      Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 10 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index File
      William P. Kleinhenn filed for a pension in Ohio on 21 Oct 1892 & on 23 Feb 1907 (Certificate #501318) for service in Co B, 68th Ohio Inf.
      died at Springboro, Ohio on 13 Jun 1921
      Emily S. Kleinhenn filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 24 Jun 1921 (Certificate #906329)
KNAPP
KNOPP
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  • Abraham C. Knapp/Knopp (c1844-____) - Private, Company C, 138th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Knopp, A. C. e. May 6, 1864, co. C, 138th O. V. I.; pro corp.; dis. with regt."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Abraham C Knapp enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co C, 138th OVI on 14 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 1 Sep 1864.
    • Pension Index Cards
      Abraham C. Knopp filed for a pension on 17 Oct 1891 (Application #1065724, Certificate #769410) for service in Co C, 138th OVI
KNIER
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KOBEL
KOBLE
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  • David B. Kobel (c1840-1874) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment & Private, Company A, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 35th OVI
    • "Warren County in the War, Part IV," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 21, 1885
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      David B. Kobel enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 19 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 4 May 1861 (3 months)
      Mustered out on 18 Aug 1861
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      David B. Koble enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 15 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
      Mustered out on 26 Aug 1864
    • Ellen VanHouten and Florence Cole, Warren County, Ohio Marriage Records 1861-1867 (Loveland, OH: Cardinal Research, 1986; reprint, Lebanon, OH: Warren County Genealogical Society, 2003), page 13
      Page 472 No. 939; David B. Kobel and Caroline Brown 5 Oct 1865
    • Ellen VanHouten and Florence Cole, Warren County, Ohio Death Records Book 1 1867 - 1881: Probate Court (Loveland, OH: Cardinal Research, 1988; reprint, Lebanon, OH: Warren County Genealogical Society, 2003), page 80
      Page 78, #1709, Cobel, D. B. died at Mason 12 Dec 1874, age 34 years 7 months 8 days
      residence Deerfield Twp.
    • Ellen VanHousten and Florence Cole, Warren County, Ohio Will & Estate Records, Box 201 - 250 (Loveland, OH: Cardinal Research, 1999; reprint, Lebanon, OH: Warren County Genealogical Society, 2003), page 13
      Kobel, David (estate), Box 209 - DE 4 P. 165 - 24 Dec 1874
      Admr: John P. Keever
      Widow: Caroline Kobel
      Heirs: minor dau Anna Irene Kobel, minor dau Effie Ione Kobel, minor son Ira Grant Kobel
      Note: David died on or about 14 Dec 1874
    • Pension Index Cards
      Caroline Koble filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 24 Aug 1886 (Application #343918, Certificate #321665) for service on David B. Koble in Co F 12th OVI & in Co A, 35th OVI
    • Ohio. Hamilton County. 1890 U.S. Census, "special schedule.-surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows, etc. Digital images. Ancestry.com.
      Lockland, ED 201, page 2 line 16, House #81, family #66
      Caroline Koble widow of David B. Koble, Pvt, Co A, 33rd OVI from 15 Aug 1861 to 26 Aug 1864, 3 years 11 days
    • "Warren County in the War," part VIII, The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, December 19, 1885
KOEBEL
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  • David Koebel (1840-1923) - Private, Company B, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Morrow Cemetery
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Koeble, David, e. Aug. 11, 1862, co. B, 79th O. V. I.; served 3 years."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      David Koebel enlisted as a 23 year old Private on 11 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co B, 79th OVI on 21 Oct 1862
      Mustered out at Washington, DC on 9 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      David Koebel filed for a pension on 9 Jan 1900 & on 11 Mar 1907 (Application #1242111, Certificate #1002683) for service in Co B, 79th OVI
      Died at Morrow, Ohio on 24 Jan 1923
    • Ohio Death Certificate #6866 (1923) David Korble
      single white male retired farmer
      Born 22 Nov 1940 in Baden to George Korble and Barbara Ford
      Died 24 Jan 1923 in Salem Twp, Warren County, Ohio
      Buried 27 Jan 1923 at Morrow, Ohio
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  • William Koebel aka William Keoble (c1837-1874) - Private, Company G, 17th Ohio Infantry Regiment
KOERNER
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KOHR
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  • William C. Kohr Sr. (1832-1917) - Private, Company F, 1st Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Section 9 Lot 14-1
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 1st OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Kohr, Wm. was in 3-month service from Warren co. in 1st O. V. I."
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William Kohr enlisted as a 29 year old Private on 17 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co F 1st OVI on 29 Apr 1861 (3 months service)
      Mustered out at Dayton, Ohio on 16 Aug 1861
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      William Kohr enlisted as a 32 year old Sergeant on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co G, 167th OVI on 14 May 1864
      Mustered out at Hamilton, Ohio on 8 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      William Kohr filed for a pension in Ohio on 5 Nov 1892 & on 21 Mar 1907 (Application #1137196, Certificate #960895) for service in Co F 1st OVI & Co G 167th OVI
      died 19 Jan 1917
      Matilda Kohr filed for a widows' penstion in Ohio on 29 Jan 1917 (Application #1092837, no Certificate #)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #____ (1917) William Kohr Sr.
      married white male retired cemetery sexton
      born 24 Mar 1832 in Ohio to Christian Kohr & ?
      died 19 Jan 1917 at Franklin, Warren County, Ohio
      buried 21 Jan 1917 at Franklin, Ohio
KOOGLE
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  • Adam Koogle (1833-1861) - Captain, Company H, 39th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #495 in Old Section Lot 488 on 1 Dec 1861
    • "Warren County in the War, Part V" The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, November 28, 1885
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311,
      Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township
      "Adam Koogle, 39th O. V. I."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 27 year old Captain from Lebanon, Ohio on 31 Jul 1861
      Commissioned into Co H, 39th OVI on 31 Jul 1861
      Died of disease at his home in Lebanon on 29 Nov 1861
      Buried City Cemetery, Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio
    • Pension Index Cards
      Mary E. Koogle filed for a widows' pension on 18 Jun 1864 (Certificate #44189) for service of Adam Koogle in Co H, 39th OVI
      died at Lebanon, Ohio on 29 Nov 1861
    • List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Volume III, Page 343
      "Mary E. Koogle, Lebanon PO, WC#44189, widow, $20.00 monthly pension. "
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  • John A. Koogle (1837-1862) - Sergeant, Company A, 12th Illinois Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Pioneer Cemetery with inscription
    • 2011 Memorial Day
    • WPA Veteran Graves Registration Project
      "died April 21, 1862 from the effects of a wounds rec'd at the Battle of Shilo, Tenn.
      A Member of Company A 12th Regiment Illinois Volunteers"
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 311,
      Deceased Soldiers Turtle Creek Township
      "J. A.Koogle, 69th O. V. I. [?]"
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John A. Koogle enlisted as a Private from Paris, Illinois on 18 Apr 1861
      Mustered into Co E 12th Illinois Infantry on 2 May 1861
      Mustered out on 1 Aug 1861
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John A. Korgle Enlisted as a Sergeant from Paris, Illinois on 1 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co E, 12th Illinois Infantry on 1 Aug 1861
      promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 3 Mar 1862
      died [date not stated]
    • "Death of a Soldier," John Koogle obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, April 24, 1862
    • Pension Index Cards
      Father, William Koogle, filed for pension on 17 Oct 1881 (Application #286963 - no Certificate #) for service of 2nd Lt. John A. Koogle in Co E 12th Ill. Inf.
 
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  • Milton Koogle (1835-2012) - Private, 7th Independent Company, Ohio Volunteer Cavalry - Union Light Guard
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Milton Koogle enlisted as a 25 year old Private on 14 Dec 1864
      Mustered into 7th Co Indpt OVC on 17 Dec 1863
      Disability discharge on 16 Jun 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Milton Koogle filed for a pension on 1 Jun 1876 & 23 Mar 1907 (Application #220225, Certificate #148295) for service in 7th Indpt Co OVC
      died 23 Dec 1912
      Elizbeth Koogle filed for a widows' pension on 6 Jan 1913 (Application #999192, Certificate #754103)
    • Ohio Death Certificate #66935 (1912) Milton Koogle
      married white male photographer
      born 22 Nov 1835 in Ohio to John Koogle & Catharine Brown
      died 23 Dec 1912 at Bellefontaine, Logan County, Ohio, aged 77 years 1 month 1 day
      buried 26 Dec 1912, Bellefontaine Cemetery
    • Find A Grave Memorial# 21769436
      Milton Koogle
      1835-1912
      Union Light Guard 1863-1865
      Bellefontaine City Cemetery, Bellefontaine, Logan County, Ohio
    • "Milton P. Koogle," obituary, unnamed paper dated 2 Jan 1913 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . Mr. Koogle served in the Civil war being a member of the Seventh Independent troop of Ohio Cavalry, known as the Union Light Guards, and organized by Governor Tod and sent to Washington as a body guard for President Lincoln. The troop was composed of men all of whom were at least six feet tall and all were mounted on black horses. Mr. Koogle was discharged after serving almost to the close of the war because of disability from the kick of a horse. . . ."
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  • Stephen M. Koogle (1819-1901) - Company F, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Lebanon Cemetery Register of Interments Volume 1 Page 92
      Interment  #3177:  Stephen M. Koogle,
      born 17 Sep 1819
      died 17 Sep 1901
      Late Residence:  Soldiers Home Dayton
      Age 82 years
      Interment 19 Sep 1901, Old Section Lot 333
      Remarks:  No Burial - failed to get the body from the Dayton Soldier's home, on account of his undivorced wifes living who was entitled only to receive it."
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Koogle, Stephen, e. May 2, 1864, 146th O. V. I.; dis. Sept. 7, 1864."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Soldiers at Ancestry.com [paid site]
      Enlisted as a 44 year old Private on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co F, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 4 Aug 1890 (Certificate #668654) for service in Co F 146th OVI
    • Nationwide Gravesite Locator
      Koogle, Stephen; Pvt Infantry; Civil War
      Date Of Death: 09/17/1901
      Buried At: Section M Row 15 Site 29 Dayton National Cemetery
      Va Medical Center 4100 West Third Street Dayton, Oh 45428
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      Stephen Koogle, Pvt Co F 146th Ohio Inf
      Cemetery:  Natl Mil Home near Dayton Ohio
      Date of Death: 17 Sep 1901
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POW
  • William Koogle (c1841-____) - Private, Company B, 79th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 79th OVI
    • Record of Discharge contributed by Vivian Combs Moon 30 Aug 2003
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 18 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co B 79th OVI on 21 Oct 1862
      Listed as POW at Averysboro, North Carolina on 18 Mar 1865
      Mustered out at Camp Chase, Ohio on 16 Jun 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Sallie Wild filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 23 Nov 1891 (Application #533664 - no Certificate #) for service of William Koogle in Co B 79th OVI
      Nettie Criss, filed for a minor's pension in Ohio on 3 May 1892 (Application #549040 - no Certificate #)
KRING
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  • James Kring - 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Kring, Jas. was 2 years in service from Warren co. 1863-5 in 2d O. V. H. A."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
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KRUSE
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  • Henry Kruse (____-1862?) - Sergeant, Company C, Merrill's Horse (also known as 2nd Missouri Cavalry)
    • photo of gravestone at Maineville Cemetery
      "killed in battle at Kirksville, Mo July 1862"
      [NOTE:  the Battle of Kirksville was fought on 6 Aug 1862]
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a Sergeant on 2 Sep 1861
      Mustered into Co C OH Battn OH Cavalry Battalion on 9 Sep 1861
      Died of disease at hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas on 10 Nov 1863
      Buried Little Rock Arkansas National Cemetery, Grave 1-165
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as Sergeant - no date
      also had service Co C 2nd Missouri Cavalry
      died 1864
      Buried Little Rock Arkansas National Cemetery
      (aka Kruise or Kruiso)
    • Pension Index Cards
      Jane Kruse filed for a widows' pension (Certificate #29084) for service of Henry Kruse in Co C 2nd Regt Mo Cav.
      Seth G. Tufts, guardian, filed for a minor's pension on 27 Mar 1869 (Certificate #132301)
    • From Organizational Civil War Pension Index at Footnote.com
      30 May 1864 Widow Pension Certificate #29084
      Minor Pension Certificate #132301
    • From General Civil War Pension Index at Ancestry.com [paid site]
      30 May 1864 Widow, Jane Kruse, Pension Certificate #29084 [see photo of her gravestone at Maineville Cemetery]
      27 Mar 1869 Minor Pension Certificate #132301 [Seth G. Tufts Guardian]
    • "Civil War Widows' Pension Applications." Database and images. Footnote.com. http://www.footnote.com
KUHN
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  • Lewis G. Kuhn (1837-1893) - Private, Company D, 57th Ohio Infantry and 70th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Turtlecreek Friends Cemetery
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 307
      "Kuhn, Lewis G. co. D, 57th O. V. I.; dis. 1865 with co. D, 70th O. V. V. I."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Lewis G. Kuhn enlisted as a 23 year old Private on 21 Nov 1861
      Mustered into Co. D, 70th OVI on 21 Nov 1861
      Mustered out at Fort McAllister, Georgia on 18 Dec 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Lewis G. Kuhn filed for a pension on 17 Jan 1885 (Application #530291, Certificate #570711) for service in Co D, 70th OVI
      Maria E. Kuhn filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 25 J_n 1893 (Application #568976, Certificate #403715)
    • "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.
      Maria E. Kuhn, roll #1292, image 187 (front) & 188 (back)
KUNKLE
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  • Charles H. Kunkle (1831-1882) - Landsmen, US Navy
    • photo of gravestone at Rose Hill Cemetery, Deerfield Twp, Warren County, Ohio [Interment #261 in Section 6 Lot 23 on 20 Jul 1883]
    • Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866. Vol. 12 Page 130
      Kimkle, Charles H., L'ndsm'n, enlisted 2 Sep 1864 for 1 year
      Served on Grampus, Great Western and Black Hawk
      Discharged from Receiving Ship at Mound City, Ill. on 14 Jun 1865
    • Pension File
      Widow, Matilda (Doughman) Kunkle received pension (Certificate #6121) from 7 Aug 1890 until her death on 26 Jan 1919
    • "Charles H. Kunkle," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Saturday August 4, 1883
      " . . . He served a time in the United States Navy, during the late war, on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. . . ."
    • "Civil War Widows' Pension Applications." Database and images. Footnote.com. http://www.footnote.com
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  • John Kurfiss (1826-1865) - Captain, Company B, 4th Kentucky Cavalry Regiment
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John Kurfiss enlisted as a Captain at Louisville, Kentucky on 1 Oct 1861
      Commissioneed into Co B 4th Ky Cav on 24 Dec 1861
      Dismissed on 15 Sep 1862
    • Spring Grove Cemetery Burial Record Card #14524
      John Kurfiss of Louisville, Ky
      born Wertenberg 17 Sep 1826 to E. F. & Elizth. Kurfiss
      died 11 Apr 1865
      interred in Sec 39 Lot 12 on 14 Apr 1865
      Removed to Section 22 Lot G on 24 Apr 1868
    • Pension Index Cards
      Caroline E. Kurfiss filed for a widows' pension on 9 Jul 1867 (Application #149698, Certificate #126736) for service of John Kurfiss in Co B 4th Ky Cav
    • List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Volume III, Page 343
      "Caroline E. Kurfis, Lebanon PO, WC#126736, widow, $20.00 monthly pension beginning Nov. 1873"
    • Spring Grove Cemetery Burial Record Card #48350
      Caroline E. Kurfiss of Lebanon, Ohio
      born Lebanon Ohio 29 Jan 1828 to Fredk. Weisenberger
      died Feb. 9, 1890
      Interred 13 Feb 1890 in Sec 22 Lot G
    • "Civil War Widows' Pension Applications." Database and images. fold3.com. http://www.fold3.com
      Pension File for Caroline Kurfiss, widow of John Kurfiss, Captain, Co. B, 4th Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry (40 images)
      John Kurfiss enrolled at Louisville, Kentucky on 1 Oct 1861 to serve 3 years, was mustered in as a Captain of Company B, 4th Regt. Ky Cavalry on 24 Dec 1861 and was honorably discharged on 15 Sep 1862. First Lt. Charles Kurfiss, Regimental Quartermaster, certified that his brother, Capt. John Kurfiss, developed chronic bronchitis which steadily worsened until he was no longer fit for duty and was discharged on 15 Sep 1862. In his statement, he said, "I know moreover that my said brother never was as well afterwards or before . . ." John Kurfiss returned to his home in Louisville, Ky but never recovered from his illness and subsequently died there on 11 Apr 1865.
      John Kurfiss and Caroline E. Weisenberger/Wisenberger were married in Warren County, Ohio on 2 Oct 1851 by Joel A. Stokes, J.P. They had one child, John Frederick Kurfiss, born 29 Jun 1855.
      Caroline Kurfiss first filed for a pension in Louisville, Kentucky on 7 Sep 1865. Due to neglect of her Kentucky attorney, she refiled for a widow's pension in Lebanon, Ohio on 28 Sep 1868 at the age of 40 (Application #149698), naming D. Allen her new attorney. Testimony to support her claim was provided by Robert A. Small, Isaac R. Greene, Louis Rehms, Elizabeth Kurfiss, Auguta Gunkel. Lizzie M. Dynes and Mattie Wisenberger.
      She was awarded a pension of $20/month (Certificate #126736 dated 27 Mar 1869) commencing 12 Apr 1865 plus $2/month for her son John until he reached the age of 16 on 28 Jun 1872. She was last paid at $20 to 4 Dec 1889 after which she died and was dropped from the rolls.
KYLE
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