History of Butler County Pennsylvania - 1883

Chapter 12 -- Butler County During War of 1861-1865

One Hundredth Regiment, Round Heads

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Because this chapter is an extensive roster of military personnel, the surnames have not been included at the front of the chapter. The following abbreviations have been made use of in compiling the several rosters:   e., enlisted; dis., discharged; disab., disability; m., mustered in service; m.o., mustered out, m.o.w.c., mustered out with company; m.o.w.b., mustered out with battery; wd., wounded; m.wd., mortally wounded; nat. cem., national cemetery; P.V., Pennsylvania Volunteers; pro., promoted; Surg. cert., Surgeon's certificate; tr., transferred; vet., veteran; V.C., Volunteer Cavalry; V.I., Volunteer Infantry; V.R.C., Veteran Reserve Corp.


CHAPTER XII

BUTLER COUNTY DURING THE WAR OF 1861-65

ONE HUNDREDTH REGIMENT

ROUND HEADS

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This command, more commonly known as the Round Head Regiment, was recruited in the southwestern counties of the State, originally settled, for the most part, by descendents of the Round Heads of the English Revolution, and Scotch-Irish Seceders and Covenanters.

On the 2d of September, 1861, the regiment which had been recruited to the number of twelve companies, was ordered to Washington, D.C., and upon its arrival was encamped on Kalorama Heights. Soon after the following field officers were selected: Daniel LEASURE, Colonel; James ARMSTRONG, Lieutenant-Colonel; and David A. LECKEY, Major. On the 7th of October, it was brigaded with the Eighth Michigan and Fiftieth Pennsylvania, and a few days later the Seventy-ninth (Highlanders), New York, was attached, with Gen. Isaac I. STEVENS as brigade commander. The troops comprising this brigade formed part of an expeditionary force (Gen W.T. SHERMAN's), designed for operations along the South Atlantic seaboard, and after rendezvousing at Fortress Monroe, set sail from that point on the 29th of October, 1861. Accompanied by a powerful naval fleet, Forts Walker and Beauregard, near Hilton Head, were reached on the morning of the 7th of November and captured. One month later, Beauford was occupied, and the approaches to Charleston threatened. Here the regiment remained engaged in picket duty and occasional skirmishes with the enemy until June 1, 1862, when [p.98] it proceeded with a portion of STEVEN's brigade to Legareville, and driving the enemy from his works captured all his shore batteries. The regiment lost, however, in this action, twenty killed and wounded, and Capt. CLINE and fifteen men who were taken prisoners.

Early on the morning of June 16, the Union forces on James' Island moved forward to the assault of the Tower Fort, near Secessionville, a strong earthwork held by a large force, under the rebel Col. LAMAR, and commanding the approaches to Charleston by the James Island causeway. After a severe contest, lasting nearly an hour, during which a number of Highlander and Round Head regiments forced their way into the fort, a retreat was ordered. The narrow strip of land over which the troops advanced, was barely sufficient to deploy one regiment, and this was swept by the guns of the fort, and from the riflepits and defenses in the rear. Of the 421 officers and men of the regiment who went into the fight, one officer and eight enlisted men were killed, two officers and thirty men wounded, and six missing.

On the 4th of July, the regiment was ordered to Hilton Head; on the 13th, it returned to Beaufort, and soon after it proceeded on the ocean steamer Merrimac to Newport News, Va. From that place it was moved by transports to Acquia Creek, and thence by rail to Fredericksburg, where the troops under Gen. STEVENS from South Carolina, and those who had been operating in North Carolina under Gen. BURNSIDE, were united, and placed under the command of Gen. RENO, were subsequently known as the Ninth Army Corps. Thereafter, until the close of the war, it formed part of the corps (Ninth) made famous under the command of RENO and BURNSIDE. It participated in the second battle of Bull Run, during the last days of August, 1862, where it suffered heavy losses, and fought during the second day of battle under the command of Capt. James E. CORNELIUS of Company C, the field officers present all being disabled by wounds. During the rebel invasion of Maryland, which followed close upon the defeat of POPE in Virginia, the regiment proceeded thither, and fought the enemy at South Mountain and Antietam, losing in the two battles ten killed and thirty-two wounded. It was also present at the battle of Fredericksburg, fought in December, 1861.

When early in 1863 Gen. BURNSIDE was placed in command of the department of the Ohio, two divisions of his corps were ordered to Kentucky with him, and this force included the Round Head regiment. Proceeding via Baltimore, Parkersburg and Cincinnati, this command reached Lexington, Ky., on the 28th of March. Subsequently the regiment was stationed at Camp Dick Robinson, Middleburg and Columbia. Early in June of that year, however, the Ninth corps was ordered to the supposrt of Gen. GRANT's troops at Vicksburg, Miss., which point was reached via the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.

After the fall of Vicksburg, the regiment engaged in the movement under Gen. William T. SHERMAN against Jackson, Miss., losing considerable in killed and wounded, but many more as a result of exposure in that climate, and using the execrable water of the Big Black and Yazoo Rivers. From Vicksburg, the corps, then under the command of Gen. Parke, was ordered to East Tennessee. It reached Cincinnati by water transportation, and thence marched to Camp Nelson, where many men of the regiment were attacked with malarial fever; numbers of them died, and when the march was resumed toward Knoxville, September 25, 1863, one-fourth of those composing the regiment were left behind in hospital, while others who marched with the column were greatly enfeebled by diseases.

The Round Heads were actively engaged during the siege of Knoxville by the rebels under LONGSTREET, and on the the 1st of January, 1864, while subsisting on less than two ears of corn a day per man, the entire regiment, with the exception of twenty-seven, re-enlisted, to the number of 366, for a second term of three years, and immediately started for home on a veteran furlough. The midwinter march over the Cumberland Mountains was very severe, many of the men being shoeless and without adequate clothing, no supply trains having reached Knoxville during the continuance of the siege. At Cincinnati, the regiment was paid, and on the 8th of January it reached Pittsburgh, where the men were dismissed for thirty days.

The veterans rendezvoused as ordered at Pittsburg February 8, and with them came recruits sufficient to raise the combined strength of the command to 977 men. A few days later it proceeded to Annapolis, Md., and rejoined the Ninth Army Corps. Not deeming it necessary, however, to further recapitulate the movements of the regiment and corps during the final campaigns, we will only add in concluding this article, that the One Hundredth Regiment continued to perform well its part until the rebel armies laid down their arms. It was engaged in 1864-65 in the battles of the Wilderness, Spottsylvania C.H., North Anna, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Mine Explosion, Poplar Spring Church, Hatcher's Run, defense of Fort Steadman, and the final assault upon Petersburg. Soon after Lee's surrender, it marched to Washington, D.C., where it was mustered out of the service July 24, 1865. Following are the names of officers and enlisted men of the Round Heads in Butler County.

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COMPANY C

Capt. James E. CORNELIUS, Aug. 31, 1861; wd. at Chantilly, Va., Sept. 1, 1862; res. March 4, 1862; tr. to V.R.C.; pro. to Colonelcey; resigned; died in 1881.
Capt. David CRITCHLOW, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. from Sergt. Maj. to 2d Lieut. November 1, 1861; to 1st Lieut. October 5, 1862; to Capt. March 4, 1863; commissioned Maj. Oct. 8, 1864; dis. Oct. 15, 1864.
Capt. Geo. W. FISHER e. Aug. 13, 1861; pro. to 1st Sergt. Nov. 1, 1862; to 2d Lieut. June 28, 1864; to Capt. Nov. 26, 1864; m. o. July 20, 1865.
First Lieut. Philo S. MORTON e. Aug. 31, 1861; resigned Oct. 4, 1862.
First Lieut. Robt. W. WELLER, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. from 1st Sergt. to 2d Lieut. Oct. 5, 1862; to 1st Lieut. March 4, 1863; m.o. Oct. 15, 1864.
First Lieut. Matthew STEWART, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. to Corp. Nov. 13, 1862; to Sergt. April 15, 1863; to 1st Sergt. June 28, 1864; to 1st Lieut. Nov. 26, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Second Lieut. Isaac W. CORNELIUS, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. from Sergt. Maj. March 4, 1863; died June 6 of wounds received at Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864; buried at New Kent C.H.
Second Lieut. Wm. SMILEY e. August 31, 1861; pro. from Corp. to Sergt. Feb. 15, 1863; to 1st Sergt. Dec. 1, 1864; to 2d Lieut. May 12, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
First Sergt. Joseph A. CRAIG, e. Dec. 20, 1861; pro. to Corp. Feb. 15, 1863; to Sergt. 1st May 12, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Sergt. Henry W. WATSON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. to Corp. May 1, 1864; to Sergt. Sept. 1, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1864; vet.
Sergt. Henry RIBB e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Sergt. Hiram GILL, e. Dec. 7, 1861; pro. from Corp. April 1, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Sergt. Oliver TEBAY, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. from Corp. May 12, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Sergt. Hiram M. KELLY, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
Sergt. Jno. P. WILSON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. to Corp. Nov. 13, 1862; to Sergt.; dis. March 20, 1865; vet.
Sergt. Phineas BIRD, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
Sergt. Elisha J. BRACKEN, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. to 1st Sergt. Nov. 13, 1862. He re-enlisted and was killed at Spottsylvania C.H., Va., May 12, 1864, while in command of his company.
Sergt. Samuel L. MOORE, e. October 18, 1861; pro. to Sergt. May 12, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 22, 1864; interred in Poplar Grove Cemetery, Div. A, Sec. C, grave 180; vet.
Sergt. Jas. McCASKEY, e. Aug. 31, 1861; killed at James Island, S.C. June 16, 1862.
Sergt. Hugh MORRISON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. to Sergt. May 15, 1862; dis. Sept. 27, 1862, for wounds.
Sergt. Wm. F. MONROE, e. Aug. 31, 1861.
Sergt. Addison CLELAND, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. to Sergt. Nov. 13, 1862; died February 5, 1863.
Corp. Wm. J. REDICK, e. Dec. 7, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Corp. Robt. J. BROWN, e. Dec. 7, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Corp. Jno. C. MARSHALL, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Corp. Chas. SCHWING, e. July 9, 1864; pro. to Corp. April 1, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Corp. Andrew LEARY, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. to Corp. April 1, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Corp. Jno. GLENN, e. Oct. 18, 1861; pro. to Corp. April 1, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Corp. Wm. W. M'QUISTION, e. Dec. 7, 1861; wd. at Spottsylvania C.H., Va., pro. to Corp. April 1, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Corp. Samuel F. MILLER, e. Dec. 20, 1861; pro. to Corp. May 12, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865, vet.
Corp. Samuel A. WHITE, e. Dec. 28, 1861; tr. to V.R.C. Jan. 15, 1865; vet.
Corp. Loyal C. GREAVES, e. Aug. 31, 1861; tr. to V.R.C. Jan. 15, 1865; vet.
Corp. Jno. C. MOORE, e. Aug. 31, 1861; pro. to Sergt. Maj. Sept., 1864; vet.
Corp. Fred. PETIT, e. Aug. 19, 1862; killed near Petersburg, Va., July 9, 1864; interred in Poplar Grove Cemetery, Div. A, Sec. C, grave 207.
Corp. John J. HOGE, e. Dec. 16, 1861; died at Annapolis, Md., March 13, 1865; vet.
Corp. Jacob AKE, e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. for disab. Dec. 1, 1861.
Corp. Findley BRANDON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. for disab. Aug. 18, 1862.
Corp. Jno. S. WATSON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; killed at James Island, S.C., June 16, 1862.

PRIVATES

AKIN, Alex. W., e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
AUBERRY, Wm. P., e. March 25, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
AKIN, Jas. W., e. Feb. 27, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
ASHBAUGH, Jas., e. March 1, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
AIKEN, Erkskine E., e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
AIKEN, David S., e. Dec. 28, 1863; dis. May 17, 1865.
ARMSTRONG, Thos., e. Feb. 27, 1864; killed at Spottsylvania C. H., Va., May 13, 1864.
ALEXANDER, Jno., e. Dec. 28, 1863; died June 4 of wounds received at Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864.
ANDERSON, Wm. A., e. Dec 2, 1861; killed at James Island, S.C. June 16, 1862.
BOYER, Edwd., e. March 9, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
BURTNER, Jno. E., e. March 31, 1864; dis. June 10, 1865.
BAKER, Ellis, e. March 6, 1865; dis. June 20, 1865.
BANDER, Fred, e. Sept. 9, 1861; tr. to V.R.C. Jan 15, 1865; vet.
BANES, Thos., e. Feb. 29, 1864; tr. to V.R.C. Jan 15, 1865.
BROWN, Wm. K., e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. for disab. Oct. 27, 1862.
BROWN, James R., e. Oct. 18, 1861; died Sept. 20 of wounds received at South Mountain, MD., Sept. 14, 1862; interred in nat. cem., Antietam, Sec. 26, Lot C, grave 338.
BRADEN, Wm. L., e. Aug. 31, 1861.
BRANDON, John H., e. Feb. 27, 1864.
COOMBS, John W., e. Jan. 10, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
COHENHAN, Isaiah, e. March 2, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
CURRAN, Richard, e. March 9, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
CHRISTMAN, John, e. March 8, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
CAMPBELL, James F., e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
CHRISTY, Marquis C., e. Dec. 7, 1861; dis. for disab. Oct. 11, 1862.
CAMPBELL, James C. e. Aug. 13, 1861; tr. to V.R.C. June 5, 1864.
CAMPBELL, Joseph E., e. March 2, 1864; died May 20 of wounds received at Spottsylvania C.H., Va., May 13, 1864.
CLEELAND, Samuel H., e. Feb. 20, 1864; died June 2 of wounds received at Spottsylvania C.H., Va., May 12, 1864; interred in nat. cem., Arlington.
CAMPBELL, Henry S., e. Aug. 31, 1861; killed at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 29, 1862.
DEVICTOR, Joel H., e. March 4, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
DAISEY, Daniel, e. March 8, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
DEITRICK, Delorma, e. March 6, 1865; dis. June 2, 1865.
DALTON, James e. Mar. 24, 1864; killed at Spottsylvania C.H., Va., May 18, 1864.
DUNWOODY, Robert C., e. Oct 18, 1861; died Aug. 19 of wounds received at Petersburg July 30, 1864; interred in nat. cem., City Point, Va., Div. 1, Sec. B, grave 139; vet.
DOUTT, Reuben, e. Jan. 26, 1864; died at Washington, D.C., Aug. 18, 1864; interred in nat. cem. Arlington, Va.
DUNCAN, Geo. W., e. Dec. 28, 1863; killed at Petersburg, Va., Dec. 6, 1864.
DILLAMAN, Henry, e. Dec. 7, 1861; dis. for disab. Feb. 23, 1863; re-enlisted in Co. I, 61st Penn. Vols.; dis. July 10, 1865; was a prisoner from Aug., 1862, to Feb., 1863; wounded twice.
DURHAM, Francis J., e. Feb. 9, 1864.
ELDER, John N., e. Feb. 29, 1865; absent, sick, at m.o.
EVANS, John R., e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
ECKELS, Robt. M., e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
EVANS, George, e. March 21, 1864; not on M.O. roll.
EVANS, Russell, e. Feb. 8, 1864; not on m.o. roll.
EAKIN, James M., e. Feb. 27, 1864; not on m.o. roll.
FULLER, Jacob, e. Feb. 27, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
FORQUER, James, e. March 24, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
FREED, Henry C., e. Aug. 31, 1864; dis. for disab. March 10, 1863.
FRENCH, Stiles, e. Jan. 14, 1862; not on m.o. roll.
FRY, John, e. Feb 19, 1864; not on m.o. roll.
FRANKLIN, Benj., e. March 19, 1864; not on m.o. roll.
GORMAN, Robert J., e. Feb. 29, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
GIBSON, James, e. Jan. 5, 1862; m.o. Jan. 4, 1865.
GIBSON, Wm. W., e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. for disab. June 7, 1865; vet.
GRAY, Jacob, e. Aug. 31, 1861; tr. to V.R.C. Jan. 5, 1864.
GUY, Henry S., e. Aug. 31, 1861; wd. in action; dis. March 27, 1863.
GIBB, Alex., e. July 30, 1864; not on m.o. roll.
HATCH, John P., e. Feb. 29, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
HATCH, David, e. Feb. 29, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Orando HUDSON, e. March 6, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Orange HOLMES, e. March 6, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Richard D. HOLMES, e. Oct. 18, 1861; pro. to Q.S. Nov. 13, 1862.
Thomas HASTINGS, e. Jan. 31, 1865; died May 28, 1865; int. in nat. cem., Arlington, Va.
Elias R. HELIKER, e. Feb. 29, 1864; died July 17, 1864; int. in Cypress Hill Cem., L.I.
James HANAGHAN, e. Feb. 28, 1865.
James HOGE, e. Aug. 31, 1861; not on m.o. roll.
James IRVIN, e. Feb. 3, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Ewell JAMISON, e. Jan. 5, 1862; m.o. Jan. 4, 1865.
Thomas JONES, e. Feb. 3, 1865; dis. June 17, 1865.
Wm. JAMES, e. Dec. 20, 1861; absent on det. service at m.o.
Silas W. KIRKER, e. Feb. 26, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Lorenzo K. KNAPP, e. Jan. 30, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Thomas KENNEDY, e. Feb. 28, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Francis H. KIRKER, e. Aug. 31, 1861; wd., dis. March 20, 1863.
Martin KELLY, e. Feb. 9, 1964; not on m.o. roll.
John W. LINTZ, e. Feb. 26, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Hugh LEACH, e. Jan. 11, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Willard LOGUE, e. March 6, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Jacob LEARY, e. Aug. 31, 1861; killed at James Island, S.C., June 16, 1862.
Robert LOGAN, e. Dec. 20, 1861; died at Newport News, Va., Sept. 18, 1862.
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John T. MURRAY, e. Feb. 29, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
James T. MURRAY, e. Feb. 29, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Benjamin MALABY, e. March 8, 1865; dis. July 19, 1865.
Jacob MEANES, e. March 9, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Joseph MOORE, e. Jan. 5, 1862; m.o. July 12, 1865.
John N. MOORE, e. Oct. 18, 1861; dis. Jan. 6, 1865; vet.
Warren MASKER, e. March 6, 1865; dis. May 30, 1865.
Samuel A. MOORE, e. Feb. 18, 1864; dis. June 27, 1865.
George W. MEANOR, e. Aug. 10, 1864; dis. June 24, 1865.
Samuel MURRAY, e. Aug. 31, 1861; wd. in action; dis. Aug. 29, 1863.
Thomas N. MILES, e. Dec. 7, 1861; dis. Feb. 14, 1863.
Thomas M. MILLER, e. Aug. 31, 1861; killed at Petersburg, Va., July 29, 1864.
John C. MILLER, e. Dec. 20 ,1861; killed at South Mountain, Md., Sept. 14, 1862; interred in Antietam Nat. Cem., Sec. 26, Lot C, grave 303.
John F. MILES, e. Dec. 7, 1861; died at Beaufort, S.C., June 12, 1862.
Hugh McCOMBS, e. Jan. 10, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
John McELWAIN, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
T.G. McCLYMONDS, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
Henry McCONNELL, e. Oct. 18, 1861; dis. April 28, 1863.
Hiram W. McCLURE, e. Dec. 7, 1861; dis. Jan. 10, 1863.
H.H. McCUNE, e. Oct. 18, 1861; killed at Petersburg, Va., July 30, 1864; vet.
Robert McKISSICH, e. Feb. 29, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., July 30, 1864.
William McGOWAN, e. Oct. 18, 1861; died Dec. 21, 1861.
John McKAIN, e. Dec. 20, 1861; died Oct. 15, 1862.
John McGINNIS, e. Jan. 30, 1865.
John N. OGDEN, e. Jan. 11, 1865; died June 12, 1865; interred in nat. cem. Arlington, Va.
William R. PENCE, e. Feb. 23, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Eli B. PHILLIPS, e. Jan. 5, 1862; m.o. Jan. 4, 1865; was wounded at the battle of Poplar Spring Church.
John PISOR, e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. for disab. Nov. 4, 1864; vet.
Gimsy S. PATTERSON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. March 19, 1863.
Smith PATTERSON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; killed at Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864.
Joseph RUTTER, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
James RUTTER, e. Sept. 29, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Benj. RHODES, e. Sept. 23, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865;
George ROTHMIRE, e. Sept. 18, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
William RUSSELL, e. March 6, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Adam J. RECHARD, e. March 7, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Alex. RUTTER, e. Feb. 29, 1864; dis. May 4, 1865.
John K. ROWE, e. March 23, 1864; died at City Point, Va., July 8, 1864.
William RUTTER, e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. Nov. 12, 1862.
George RILEY, e. Feb. 3, 1865.
John C. ROSE, e. Aug. 31, 1861; not on m.o. roll.
Lafayette SHAFER, e. Feb. 23, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Joseph STEWART, e. Dec. 28, 1863; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Frederick SUBER, e. Feb. 27, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Levi SHIELDS, e. Feb. 23, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
James SULLIVAN, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865.
John SHULTZ, e. March 6, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Summerfield STRAUB, e. March 17, 1865; dis. by general order June 7, 1865.
Daniel SWEITZER, e. Aug. 13, 1863; dis. by general order July 10, 1865.
David SPEAR, e. March 23, 1864; died at Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 6, 1864.
Alex. SPEAR, e. March 23, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., July 30, 1864.
William SHARP, e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. Sept. 6, 1862.
Hiram STERLING, e. Dec. 7, 1861; dis. Oct. 15, 1862.
Calvin STEWART, e. March 22, 1864; died at Washington, D.C., March 1, 1865.
John SHAFFER, e. Sept. 22, 1864; died May 27, 1865; interred in nat. cem., Arlington.
John SCHMITT, e. March 7, 1865; died June 20, 1865; interred in nat. cem., Arlington, Va.
Shimp STICKLE, e. Aug. 31, 1861; died at Alexandria, Va., Sept. 23, 1862, of wounds, grave 316.
David M. SCOTT, e. Aug. 31, 1861; died Aug. 12, 1862.
Arch G. SLATER, e. Aug. 31, 1861; killed at South Mountain, Md., Sept. 14, 1862.
Solomon W. SMITH, e. Aug. 31, 1861; died Nov. 29, 1861.
John SMITH, e. Feb. 2, 1865.
Henry SILK, e. Dec. 7, 1861; not on m.o. roll.
Charles C. THORNBURG, e. Feb. 29, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Robert TRUSDLE, e. March 7, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Andrew ULLERY, e. Feb. 26, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 28, 1864; interred in nat. cem., Meade Station, Va.
John A. VOGAN, e. Dec. 7, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Ernest WEYMAN, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
William WHITE, e. Dec. 24, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
James W. WHITE, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Adam WIMER, e. Feb. 26, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
David W. WILSON, e. Feb. 29, 1864; absent, sick, at m.o.
Thomas WIER, e. Feb. 29, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865; vet.
Clark WATSON, e. Feb. 20, 1864; wd. at Spottsylvania C.H., Va., May 12, 1864; absent, sick, at m.o.; vet.
Milo WILSON, e. Feb. 27, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
William WINGERT, e. Jan. 11, 1865; dis. by general order Aug. 9, 1865.
John W. WILHELM, e. Nov. 24, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
George WINTERS, e. Feb. 2, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
James WILSON, e. March 10, 1865; absent, sick, at m.o.
Richard R. WHITE, e. March 7, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Adam WEBER, e. Jan. 11, 1865; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Samuel S. WRIGHT, e. Feb. 20, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.
Alfred N. WICK, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
John WILLIAMSON, e. March 9, 1865; dis. by general order June 13, 1865.
John E. WALTON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; m.o. Aug. 30, 1864.
Winans WATSON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; trans. to V.R.C. Jan. 5, 1864.
Winans WATSON, e. Sept. 10, 1864; killed at Poplar Spring Church, Va., Oct. 2, 1864.
William WRIGHT, Feb. 27, 1864; died in Lawrence County, Penn., Dec. 18, 1864.
Robert WIMER, e. Aug. 31, 1861; died May 30, 1863; interred in nat. cem., Camp Nelson, Ky., Sec. D, grave 87.
Miller WRIGHT, e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. Dec. 1, 1862, for wounds.
Eli H. WILSON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; killed at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 29, 1862.
Hugh WILSON, e. Aug. 31, 1861; dis. for wounds received in action.
John C. WILLIAMS, e. Aug. 31, 1861; not on m.o. roll.
Addison S. WHITE, e. Aug. 31, 1861; not on m.o. roll.
William C. WINNER, e. Feb. 26, 1864; not on muster out roll.
Alfred WIXSON, e. March 21, 1864; not on m.o. roll.
John WEBER, e. Aug. 8, 1864; not on m.o. roll.

COMPANY F

PRIVATES

John MARTIN, drafted Dec. 20, 1864; m.o. July 24, 1865.

[End of Chapter 12d--Butler County During War of 1861-65, 100th Regiment: History of Butler County, Pennsylvania. With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Waterman, Watkins, & Co., Chicago, 1883.]

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