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O'Brien
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  • Michael O'Brien (c1842-1865) - Private, Company G, 183rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 183rd OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Michael O'Brien enlisted as a 42 year old Private on 27 Sep 1864
      Mustered into Co G, 183rd OVI on 26 Oct 1864
      Captured at Franklin, Tennessee on 30 Nov 1864
      Died of disease while a POW at Tupelo, Mississippi on 12 Jan 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Catherine O'Brien filed for a widows' pension on 12 Jun 1865 (Application #97782, Certificate #82463) for service of Michael O'Brien in Co G, 183rd OVI
      J. Holland (guardian) filed for a minor's pension (Application #172025, no Certificate No.)
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator 
      [not found]
    • "Civil War Widows' Pension Applications." Database and images. Footnote.com. http://www.footnote.com
      file for Catharine O'Brien, widow of Michael O'Brien (63 pages)
      Private Michael O'Brien was reported missing in action at the Battle of Franklin, TN on 30 Nov 1864. Testimony by two fellow soldiers (George Frazier & Hugh Rogers) who were captured with him indicate that six POWs from their company were marched to Columbia, TN, then to Corinth, MS and then to Tupelo, Miss, where Michael O'Brien took sick with diarrhea and died on 12 Jan 1865. His fellow prisoners were not allowed to bury him.
      Michael O'Brien was married to Catharine Caney in New York City on 5 Jul 1851. They had two sons, Henry O'Brien born 15 Jun 1852 and Jeremiah O'Brien born 10 Oct 1854. Catherine Caney O'Brien died 19 Oct 1856 at Lebanon.
      Michael O'Brien married his 2nd wife, Catharine McCrate at St. Malachy's Catholic Church in Morrow by Pastor Peter Parry on 22 Nov 1857. They had two children, John O'Brien born 3 Nov 1858 and Bridget O'Brien born 25 Dec 1861.
      Catherine (McCrate) O'Brien filed for a widow's pension (Application #97782, Certificate #82463) and was awarded a pension of $8 per month plus $2 per month for her children, John & Bridget until they turned 16. Catherine died 17 Jun 1897.
      A supplement dated 7 Dec 1895 under certificate #82463 awarded $2 per month to each of Michael's sons by his first marriage from 12 Jan 1865 until they turned 16.
      John Holland, guardian of John & Jeremiah O'Brien filed for a minor's pension on 18 Feb 1869 (application #172025) listing the name of their mother as Johanna rather then Catharine. That claim was later stamped "abandoned."
      Others mentioned in the claim file included James Blackburn, Matthew Koogle, Mrs. Ann Burke (sister of 1st wife), James Welch, Mary Nugent, Thomas Dunn & Honora Walsh.
O'Daniels
O'Donnell
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  • John A. O'Donnell (1843-1895) - Company K, 63rd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    CONFLICTING INFORMATION - It doesn't appear that the John O'Donnell buried in Lebanon Cemetery in 1895 is the same John O'Donnell who served in the 63rd OVI who died in 1922 in Little Rock, Arkansas
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #2774 in Old Section lot 34-3 on 23 Nov 1895
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      John O'Donnell enlsited as a 19 year old Private on 20 Nov 1861
      Mustered into Co K, 63rd OVI on 20 Nov 1861
      Reduced from Sergeant to Private on 6 Mar 1864
      Mustered out on 12 Jun 1865
      Other Information: died in 1922; buried Little Rock National Cemetery
    • Pension Index Cards
      John O'Donnell filed for a pension in Arkansas on 22 Jun 1888 (Application #661503, Certificate #919419) for service in Co K, 63rd OVI
      died 2 Nov 1922 at Hot Springs, Arkansas
      Martha O'Donnell filed for a widows' pension in Arkansas on 11 Nov 1922 (Application #1196731, Certificate #932656)
      Remarks: XC2919767
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator
      John ODonnell, Cpl US Army
      Date of Death: 2 Nov 1922
      Buried at Little Rock National Cemetery, Section Post Site 6358
O'Garra
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O'NEALL
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  • Joseph William O'Neall (1846-1923) - Private, Company H, 54th Ohio Infantry & Company A, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #4010 in Sec F lot 31 on 17 Feb 1923
    • Beers History of Warren County page 767 has an extensive account of his service and life as a P.O.W.
      "He enlisted in Company H, 54th O. V. I., at that time being barely able to read and write. He took part in the battle of Shiloh, but was discharged after the battle on account of his youth. On the 12th of August 1862, he re-enlisted in Capt. Joseph L. Budd's company A, 35th O. V. I., and joined his regiment at Decherd, Tenn. He was with the regiment and participated in the skirmishes and battles at Shepherdsville, Harrodsburg, Perryville, Hoover’s Gap, Tallahoma and Chickamauga, in the latter of which he was three times wounded -- once in the hand, once in the right shoulder and once in the head. He was left on the battle-field unconscious, and captured by the rebels, who took him to Atlanta, Ga., and thence, via Augusta, Branch Hill, Columbia, Charlotte, Raleigh and Petersburg, to Richmond, Va., where for forty-five days they confined him in Castle Pemberton. He was one of four prisoners detected in digging a tunnel from the prison, which resulted in the famous "Sugar raid," and for this was deprived of all rations for forty-eight hours and forced to stand erect twenty-four hours. He was afterward removed to Danville, Va., where he was confined six months. While here, a general escape, planned by all the prisoners, was betrayed, and the leaders, expecting to be court martialed and put to death, determined to make another and a more desperate effort to escape. Accordingly, our subject and six others concealed themselves in the vault and made their way down the drain as far as possible and then tunneled out. In this, Mr. O'Neall and two others succeeded, while the rest were recaptured. After three days' wandering through the woods, he was recaptured, but, escaping from the guards, had almost reached the Union lines, when he was captured with blood hounds and taken back to Danville. To prevent his further attempting to escape, he was deprived of all his clothes, and for six months, remained in almost a nude condition, only having part of the time an old shirt given him by a fellow-prisoner; he was then taken to the jail at Greensboro, and from there to the State Penitentiary at Raleigh, S. C., where, with twelve others, he was fastened to the “Bull-ring.” He was afterward removed to the penitentiary at Columbia, thence to Macon, Ga., and from there to Andersonville, where he was confined four months, after which he was taken to Charleston, where he was for fourteen days under fire of Union guns. From Charleston he was removed to Charlotte, S. C., and, on the 15th of December, 1864, succeeded in again making his escape, and, reaching the Union lines at Savannah, was sent on a Government vessel to Annapolis, Md. Here he obtained a furlough and returned home, much to the astonishment and joy of his people, who had long since supposed him dead, and who could hardly recognize in the wasted and emaciated figure before them the healthy farm boy who left them thirty months before. When captured, he weighed 155 pounds; when he reached home, he weighed 84. While in Andersonville Prison, he had the varioloid and scurvy. He was engaged in digging eight tunnels, and, at one time went nine days without rations. On the 19th of May, 1865, he received a Lieutenants commission, but was mustered out of the service before being assigned for duty."
    • Photo:Will S. McKay, The Centennial Atlas of Warren County, Ohio (Lebanon, Ohio, The Centennial Atlas Association, 1903), page 77
      [the text in the 1882 Beers History is repeated in the 1903 Atlas]
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 308
      "Jos. W. O'Neall e. Aug. 20, 1862, co. A, 35th O. V. I.; wounded in hand and head at Chickamauga; cap. there; held in Pemberton prison 45 days; at Danville 6 months; 4 months 5 days at Andersonville; 3 months 25 days at Florence; dis. at Columbus, May 19, 1865; pro. 1st lieut. but not mustered as such; past P. C. Thurston Psot, G. A. R.; past delegate to National encampment; mem. Council of Administration."
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 35th OVI
    • "Thirty Fifth Ohio Volunteer Infantry" article by Dallas Bogan
    • "Reunion of the 35th, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday, September 28, 1911, page 1
    • Andersonville Prison As Experienced And Written By Joseph W. O'Neall
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Joseph W. O'Neil enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 5 Aug 1862
      Mustered into Co A 35th OVI on 5 Aug 1862
      Listed as a POW at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
      Mustered out on 19 May 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for pension on 3 Jun 1891 (Certificate #737027) for service in Co H 54th OVI & in Co A 35th OVI
      Died at Columbus, Ohio on 15 Feb 1923
    • Judge J. W. O'Neall Dies at Columbus, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday February 22, 1923
      "... Perhaps no soldier of Warren county was more active in G. A. R. circles than Judge O'Neall.  He served as Commander of the Post at Lebanon several years, Department Commander of Ohio in 1888 and was elected Adjutant General of the G. A. R. at the National Encampment in Minneapolis in 1906 and he served again in that position in 1919. ..."
O'NEIL
O'NEIL L
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  • Edward O'Neil/O'Neill Jr. (c1844-1865) - Private, Company D, 10th Ohio Infantry Regiment & Company D, 183rd Ohio Infantry
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 308
      "O'Neill, Edmund, e. at Cincinnati, May, 1862, 10th O. V. I.; wounded in right arm at Perryville; 3 months in hosp. with wound till dis. at Bardstown, Ky.; e. again in Ohio Regt.; killed at the Wilderness."
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 183rd OVI
    • Service Record #1 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Edward O'Neill Jr. enlisted as 18 year old Private on 3 Sep 1862
      Mustered into Co D, 10th OVI on 3 Sep 1862 (3 years)
      Severe wound in right elbow at Perryville, Kentucky on 8 Oct 1862
      Discharged for wounds on 7 Jan 1863
    • Service Record #2 from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Edward O'Neil enlisted as a 21 year old Private on 12 Oct 1864
      Mustered into Co D, 183rd OVI on 17 Oct 1864
      Mustered out at Salisbury, North Carolina on 17 Oct 1865
      Died at Raleigh, North Carolina on 22 Jul 1865
      Buried at Raleigh National Cemetery, Gravesite 4-22
    • Pension Index Cards
      Edward O'Neil Jr. filed for a pension on 22 Jan 1864 (Application #39242, Certificate #28316) for service in Co D, 10th OVI
      Mary O'Neil filed for a mother's pension on 26 Aug 1865 (Application #107024, Certificate #84924) for service of Edward O'Neill in Co D, 10th OVI and in Co D, 183rd OVI
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator 
      Edwin ONeal, Pvt, US Army, Civil War
      Date of Death: 22 Jul 1865
      Buried at Raleigh National Cemetery, Section 4 Site 22
    • "Civil War Widows' Pension Applications." Database and images. Footnote.com. http://www.footnote.com
      file for Mary O'Neil, mother of Edward O'Neil Jr. (40 pages)
      [The Warren County Edition of Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio has "Edmund O'Neill" listed as a Warren County Civil War Soldier but no other connection to this county has been found]
      Edward O’Neil enlisted as a 19 year old Private at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 3 Jun 1861 for 3 years or during the war and was mustered into Co D, 10th OVI on the same day. He was wounded on 8 Oct 1862 at the battle of Chaplin Hills (Perryville) by a gunshot wound to the right arm. He received a disability discharge at the 3rd Street Hospital in Cincinnati on 6 Jan 1863. His discharge certificate indicated that he was born in Ireland, was 5’ 8” tall, fair complexion, grey eyes, dark hair and by occupation when enlisted a moulder.
      Edward filed for an invalid pension while living at 23 Abigail St. in Cincinnati and on 9 May 1864 He was awarded a pension of $8 per month commencing 22 Jan 1864 by Certificate #28316 dated 12 May 1864 and was paid to 4 Sep 1864.
      Edward reenlisted at Cincinnati on 2 Oct 1864 to serve one year and was mustered into service as a Private in Captain Worth’s Co D, 183rd OVI. He received a $400 bounty, most of which he gave to his mother. He mustered out “for pay” at Salisbury, NC on 17 Jul 1865. The following day, he was returning to camp from picket duty at Greensboro, NC and fell while descending a hill, injuring his old wound which became inflamed. He was admitted to the US General Hospital where he died on 22 Jul 1865 by reason of amputation of his arm by Surgeon Mulford who was then in charge of the hospital.
      Mary O’Neil, aged 58, living at 51 East 8th St. in Cincinnati, completed an “Application for Mother’s Army Pension” on 7 Sep 1865 (Application #107,024) as the mother of Edward O’Neil Jr., Pvt, Co D, 183 OVI. Mary was dependent on her son’s wages after she had been left a widow with two young daughters when her husband, Edward O’Neil Sr. died on 7 Jun 1862.
      Mary was awarded a pension of $8 per month (Certificate #84,924 dated 8 Oct 1866) commencing 22 Jul 1865. She was last paid on 4 Jun 1878 and dropped from the rolls on 4 Sep 1881 for failure to claim her pension.
ORR
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  • Rev. William H. Orr (1844-1895) - Sergeant, Co E 47th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #2703 of Rev. W. H. Orr in lot 6-1 on 30 Jan 1895 - died from gunshot in the war of Rebellion
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as an 18 year old Private on 15 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co E 47th OVI on 8 Aug 1861
      Promoted to Corporal on 22 Jul 1864
      Promoted to Sergenat on 1 Jul 1865
      Mustered out at Little Rock, Arkansas on 11 Aug 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for a pension on 21 May 1886 (Certificate #421372) for service in Co E 47th OVI
      Rebecca A. Orr filed for a widows' pension in Ohio on 7 Feb 1895 (Certificate #424281)
    • Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903
      Sergt William H. Orr, Co E 47th Ohio Infy
      Cemetery Lebanon at or near Lebanon Ohio
      Date of Death:  30 Jan 1895
    • Death of an Old Veteran, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, January 31, 1895
      "The cause of his death may be said to be due to a wound he received in the battle of Jackson Hill, Mississippi during the late war.  Rev. Orr, though a mere boy during the war was engaged in 33 hard fought battles and was noted among his comrades for his bravery always being among the first to the front.
      "Deceased was born at Marathon, Clermont county.  At the begining of the war he enlisted when only 17 years of age, in the 47th Ohio and served with honor to his country."
      "The funeral will be under the auspices of Granville Thurston Post. G. A. R. of which the deceased was a member."
OSBORN
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  • Andrew J. Osborn (1828-1911) - Private, Company K, 82nd Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • buried at Miami Cemetery - no gravestone
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Drafted into Co. K, 82nd Ohio Infantry as a private on 11 Oct 1864
      Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky on 24 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for a pension on 25 Jul 1890 & on 21 Mar 1907 (Certificate #604975) for service in Co K 82nd OVI
      died 13 Apr 1911

      Melinda Osborn filed for widows' pension 25 Apr 1911 (Certificate #723918)
    • Death Certificate #24516 (1911) Andrew J. Osborn
      b. 15 Sep 1828 at Lebanon Ohio to John Osborn & Sarah Joslin
      died 13 Apr 1911 at Waynesville, Warren County Ohio
      bur. 15 Apr 1911 Miami Cemetery
 
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  • John Osborn (____-1917) - Private, Company C 586h Indiana Infantry Regiment
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 308
      "John E. Osborn e. Oct. 17, 1861, co. C 57th Ind. V. I.; wounded at Stone River; dis. at Huntsville, Ala. Feb. 5, 1865; mem. Thurston Psot, G. A. R."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a Private from Lebanon, Indiana on 18 Dec 1861
      Mustered into Co C 57th Ind. Inf. on 18 Dec 1861
      Mustered out on 4 Feb 1865
    • Pension Cards
      Filed for pension on 17 Mar 1866 (SC#62423) for service in Co C 57th Ind. Inf.
      died at LeSauk Twp, Stearns County, Minnesota on 29 Apr 1917
      Philena M. Osborn filed for widows' pension in Minnesota on 31 May 1917 (WC#829306)
    • List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Volume III, Page 343
      "John Osborn, Lebanon PO, SC#62423, injury to abdomen, wound left hip, right thigh, middle finger right hand, $10.00 monthly pension "
 
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  • Thomas Jefferson Osborn (1842-1920) -
    • photo of gravestone at Osborn Cemetery
    • Listed as Civil War Veteran on WPA Plat of Osborn Cemetery
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      multiple Thomas Osborn listings in the service records
    • Death Certificate #33106 (1920) Thomas Jefferson Osborne
      b. 6 Sep 1842 Ohio to Morris Osborne & Elizabeth J. Taylor
      d. 17 Apr 1920, Harlan Twp, Warren County, Ohio
      bur. Small Cemetery In Middleboro, Sits About 2 Miles From Blanchester, Ohio
OSBORNE
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  • George H. Osborne (1842-1906)
    • photo of gravestone at Fellowship Cemetery
    • Cemetery #25, Fellowship Cemetery, WPA Plat Page 49
      Section E Lot 103 Grave 1, Civil War, Geo. Osborne
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Not sure if this is the same person - most of the Warren Countians in the 12th OVI were  in  Co A or Co F
      George H. Osborn enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 3 Jul 1861
      Mustered into Co I, 12th OVI on 3 Jul 1861
      Transferred into Battery E, Co. US Army Light Artillery on 18 Sep 1862
      No discharge information listed
    • Pension Index Cards - not found
OSMOND
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  • Samuel Osmond (1843-1912) - Private, 2nd Kentucky Volunteer Infantry
    • photo of gravestone in a G.A.R. lot at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #3771 of Samuel J. Osmond in Old Section lot 91-10 on 15 Jul 1912
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a Private at Pendleton, Ohio on 11 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co D 2nd Kentucky Infantry on 11 Jaun 1861
      Deserted at Murfreesboro, Tennessee on 15 Aug 1862
      Returned with loss of pay on 1 Apr 1863
      Mustered out at Covington, Kentucky on 19 Jun 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Filed for a pension in Pennsylvania on 3 Jun 1895 (Certificate #897551) for service in Co D 2nd Ky Inf and in Co C, 5th US Veteran Volunteer Infantry
      died at New York, New York on 8 Jan 1912
      Maggie Osborn filed for a widows' pension in Pennsylvania on 26 Dec 1913 (Application #1019649 - no Certificate # listed)
OWENS
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  • William R. Owens (____-1862) - Private, Company G, 27th Kentucky Infantry Regiment
    • Beers History of Warren County, Ohio page 996
      " . . . During the war of the rebellion he enlisted in the service, and while fortifying near Corinth he became overheated by work, from the effects of which he died, in 1862, having been in the service about nine months. The Doctor's family were remarkably patriotic—four of his brothers and three of his sons enlisted in the army, and served through the war, all returning safely home. . . ."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Enlisted as a Private at Camp King, Kentucky on 12 Oct 1861
      Mustered into Co G 27th KY Inf on 16 Dec 1861
      Died of brain fever at Corinth, Mississippi on 27 Jun 1862
    • Pension Index Cards
      Elizabeth Owens filed for a widows' pension on 16 Dec 1863 (WC#59984) for service of William R. Owens in Co G 27th Ky Inf
      Minors, Mathie Owens etal filed for a pension in Ohio on ? (MO#829772 - no MC#)
      Remarks:  XC925226
    • List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Volume III, Page 342
      "Eliz. Owens, Harveysburgh PO, WC#59984, widow, $8.00 monthly pension. "
OXLEY
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  • Alfred Oxley (c1841-1911) - Private, Company F, 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment, Company K, 23rd Ohio Infantry and Company K, 4th US Artillery
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 12th OVI
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Alfred Oxley enlisted as a 20 year old Private on 19 Jun 1861
      Mustered into Co F, 12th OVI on 19 Jun 1861
      Transferred into Co K, 23rd OVI on 1 Jul 1864
      Mustered out at Cumberland, Maryland on 26 Jul 1865
    • Pension Index Cards
      Alfred S. Oxley filed for a pension in Ohio on 31 Jul 1890 & on 17 Mar 1908 (Application #840766, Certificate #628010) for service in Co F 12th OVI, Co K 23rd OVI & Co K 4th US Art
      died 9 Jul 1911
      Catherine H. Oxley filed for a widow's pension in Ohio on 14 Jun 1911 (Application #966860, Certificate #725960)
    • U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
      Alfred S. Oxley, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio, Case #29650, Register O image 467
      Military History:
      Enlisted at Lebanon, Ohio 19 Jun 1861 as Pvt, 12th OVI, discharged 31 Dec 1863 at Cleveland, Ohio
      Enlisted at Charleston Va. 1 Jan 1864 at Pvt, Co K, 25th Ohio Infanty, discharged 26 Jul 1865 at Fort Delaware, Delaware
      Enlisted at Dayton Ohio 12 Jan 1867 at Pvt Co K 4th US Art.; discharged 12 Jan 1870 at Fort Delaware Delaware
      Domestic History: born Ohio, age 57, married blacksmith, Miamisburg, Ohio, wife Catharine Oxley, Miamisburg, Ohio
      Home History: Admitted to C.B. 5 Jul 1904 & 23 Jan 1911; died 9 Jun 1911
      General Remarks: Grave Section Q Row No. 10 Grave No. 27
    • Ohio Death Certificate #68028 (1911) Alfred S. Oxley [indexed as Alfred Alley by familysearch.org]
      married white male blacksmith
      born 1847 in Ohio
      died 9 Jun 1911 at National Military Home, Jefferson Twp, Montgomery County, Ohio
      buried 13 Jun 1911 at National Military Home
    • US Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nationwide Gravesite Locator 
      Alfred S. Oxley, Pvt, Infantry, Civil War
      Date of Death: 9 Jun 1911
      Buried at: Dayton National Cemetery  Sec Q Row 10 Site 27
    • "Warren County in the War, Part X," The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, January 9, 1886
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  • Fielding L. Oxley (c1842-____) - Private, Company A, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 35th OVI
    • 1850 U.S. Census, Warren Co Oh, pop. sch., Turtlecreek Twp District 149, p. 308 (penned), dwell. 2245, fam. 2246, Lewis Oxley.
      24 Lewis Oxley, 49, M, Paper maker, $300, Kentucky
      25 Mary Oxley, 47, F, Virginia
      26 Eliza F. Oxley, 15, F, Ohio, attended school
      27 William M. Oxley, 12, M, Ohio, attended school
      28 John M. Oxley, 11, M, Ohio, attended school
      29 Feldon L. Oxley, 9, M, Ohio, attended school
      30 Clarissa Oxley, 6, F, Ohio, attended school
      31 Alfred S. Oxley, 3, M, Ohio
    • 1860 US Census, Warren Co, Oh, pop. sch., Lebanon Village, Turtlecreek Twp, p. 42 (penned), dwell. 354, fam. 352, Lewis Oxley.
      12 Lewis Oxley, 58, M, Laborer, Kentucky
      13 Mary Oxley, 56, F, Virginia
      14 Wm. M. Oxley, 22, M, blacksmith, Ohio
      15 Jno. M. Oxley, 20, M, Ohio
      16 Fielding L. Oxley, 18, M, Ohio
      17 Alfred Oxley, 12, M, Ohio
      18 Eliza Miller, 24, F, Ohio
      19 Chas. Miller, 9/12, M, Ohio
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Fielding Oxley enlisted as a 19 year old Private on 15 Aug 1861
      Mustered into Co A, 35th OVI on 20 Aug 1861
      Captured at Chickamauga, Georgia on 20 Sep 1863
      Mustered out on 26 Aug 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Mary Oxley filed for a mother's pension on 3 Jul 1879 (Application #247897, no Certificate #) for service of Fielding Oxley in Co A, 35th OVI
    • "Warren County in the War," part VIII, The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, Saturday, December 19, 1885
 
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  • John M. Oxley (c1841-1908) - Private, Company A, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment & Co I, 5th US Artillery
 
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  • Morris M. Oxley (1838-1915) - Private, Company E, 146th Ohio Infantry Regiment
    • Warren County Soldiers Serving in the 146th OVI
    • Hardesty's 1886 Military History of Ohio, Warren County Edition, page 308
      "Oxley, Morris, e. May 10, 1864, co. E, 146th O. V. I.; corp.; dis. with regt."
    • Service Record from American Civil War Research Database by Historical Data Systems
      Morris M. Oxley enlisted as a 24 year old Corporal on 2 May 1864
      Mustered into Co E, 146th OVI on 2 May 1864
      Mustered out at Camp Dennison, Ohio on 7 Sep 1864
    • Pension Index Cards
      Morris M. Oxley filed for a pension on 15 Nov 1891 & 13 May 1908 (Application #1074425, Certificate #867415) for service in Co E 146th OVI
      died 1 Oct 1915 at State Sol. Home. Ohio
    • Ohio Death Certificate #54308 (1915) Morris Oxley
      widowed white male blacksmith
      born 3 May 1938 in Ohio to Lewis Oxley & Myra Lewis
      died 1 Oct 1915 at Perkins Twp, Erie County, Ohio, aged 77 years 4 months 28 days
      buried 2 Oct 1915 at O.S & S. Home
       

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