6 edition of Captain Hiram Chance, 49th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (1837-1863) found in the catalog.
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NOBLE COUNTY IN THE WAR. Source: History of Noble County, Ohio with portraits and biographical sketches of some of its pioneers and prominent men. th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. COMPANY D. Mustered in Feb. 25, , at Barnesville, Ohio, for one year; mustered out Sept. 26, , at. 4 th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry By Suzanne Link Allen The 4 th Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry was organized at Camp Jackson and moved to Camp Dennison near Cincinnati on May 2, Since my relative, Major Albert Greene Longwell and several eastern Delaware County men served in this Civil War unit, I’m going to discuss some of their major campaigns. Comprised of ten companies totaling approximately 1, men, the 29th CVI was presented with its first battle flag, a star US banner, by a local minister, the Reverend Dr. Mott, on March 8, , in the Fair Haven section of New Haven, men made no show of emotion during the formal ceremony, recalled Isaac J. Hill in his book, A Sketch of the 29th Regiment of the . The 24th Ohio Regiment then advanced and claimed about Confederate prisoners while restoring order to this portion of the Union battleline. Colonel Grose now ordered the 24th Ohio back north across the cotton field to a position near the Nashville Pike as additional support for Colonel Hazen's Brigade in a heavily wooded area.
63rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry The 63rd OVI was recruited and organized from counties in the southeastern part of the state in October to serve for three years. A camp was located at Chillicothe, Ohio, called Camp Worthington, and the work of recruiting for the regiment began in the month of August
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Service. The 49th Ohio Infantry was organized at Camp Noble in Tiffin, Ohio, August and September and mustered in for three years service under 49th Regiment command of Colonel William H. Gibson. The 49th Ohio Infantry has the distinction of being the first Union regiment to enter Kentucky after Confederate forces violated the state's ance: Union.
The Forty Ninth Regiment of Ohio Volunteers is a Civil War living history infantry unit in the greater Los Angeles area. We are actively seeking new members who have a passion for the Civil War and would be proud to portray the The Buckeye Vanguard and civilians of that you are interested in joining us or would like more information about our group, please email us.
Captain Hiram Chance, 49th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (): Transcription of Civil War Pension Records From National Archives. compiled by Brett Dicken Brown. Includes three letters from Chance to his parents dated 31 pgs.
The 29th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (or 29th OVI) was a volunteer infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil in the northeastern part of the state of Ohio, the 29th served with distinction in several battles of the Atlanta Campaign. The regiment was organized from Augthrough Maat Jefferson, Ohio, by famed statesman Joshua Reed : Union Army.
49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. The Forty-Ninth Ohio was organized at Tiffin, Seneca County, under special authority from the Secretary of l William H.
Gibson recruited and drilled the regiment. It started from Camp Noble, near Tiffin, to Camp Dennison 49th Regiment the 10th 49th Regiment September,Captain Hiram Chance its equipment on the 21st of September, and moved for Louisville, Kentucky, where it arrived.
The Forty-Ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry was organized at Tiffin in Seneca County, Ohio in September of as a three-year regiment. Colonel William H. Gibson recruited and drilled the regiment at Camp Noble, near Tiffin, then moved to Camp Dennison on September 10th, Some equipment was issued to the troops on the 21st of September, and.
Captain Hiram Chance, 49th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (): Transcription of Civil War Pension Records From National Archives. compiled by Brett Dicken Brown. Includes three letters from Chance to his parents dated 31 pgs. Spiral-bound.
Brett D. Brown. Amazon. Soldiers of Ohio infantry regiments served the Union for varying lengths of time, ranging from one hundred days to three years. One of the three-year regiments was the 49th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Organization began at Camp Noble, at Tiffin, Ohio and was completed at Camp Dennison, near Cincinnati, Ohio.
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State Route 97 West Bellville, OH Phone: Fax: The 24th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Captain Hiram Chance greatest successes occurred in The regiment participated in the Capture of Nashville in February. The 24th OVI also served with distinction at the Battle of Shiloh, attacking the Confederate Right flank and routing their opponents on April 7, This is the 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry's Recruitment Poster that I happen to find online.
Attachments. IMG_JPG. And the book: Buckeye Vanguards history of the 49th Ohio is another good resource if want more in depth information. Legion Para Captain. Infantry regiments formed in Ohio became known as regiments of Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
They served for varying lengths of time, averaging one hundred days to three years. On October 3,the th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry organized at Camp Piqua at Piqua, Ohio. The men in the organization were to serve for three years.
This is a rare chance for veteran soldiers to join this distinguished regiment of veterans. Most respectfully you obd't serv't. Capt., &c., 59th N.
Back to 59th Regiment During the Civil War. New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History Last modified: Janu 26th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
76 likes. Welcome to the Facebook page dedicated to the service of the 26th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry in the American Civil War. See web site for more info:Followers: Enlisted from Columbiana County, Ohio, on the 26th day of April,to serve two years, and was mustered into the United States service at Columbus, Ohio, on the 13th day of May,as a Corporal of Captain William M.
Hill’s COMPANY “E”, 8TH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, Colonel Curtis V. Hard commanding. History of the 21st Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion. Silas S. Canfield. Vrooman, Anderson patriotism and true selflessness of the 21st regiment of Ohio in the civil war.
This book is a living testement to the day to day of the 21st Ohio, this book enstills the memories of the 21st Ohio thru the eyes of Reviews: 1. The 7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry was mustered into service between May 13 and J at Columbus, Ohio. That the time of mustering in, the regiment consisted of forty-nine officers and.
Home Camp of the Seventh Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry "The Rooster Regiment" This home page is a repository of information being gathered on the history of the 7th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. It is meant to provide a better understanding of the participation of the Regiment in the Civil War, particularly the ten companies which.
A history of the Eleventh regiment, (Ohio volunteer infantry,) containing the military record of each officer and enlisted man of the command-a list of deaths-an account of the veterans-incidents of the field and camp-names of the three months' volunteers, etc., : The 26th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry: The Groundhog Regiment is the gripping story of the men and boys who valiantly fought to preserve their country's glory during the Civil War.
These brave souls were among the first to answer the Union's call to duty and among the last to be mustered home/5(5). 54th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. This Regiment was organized at Camp Dennison, Ohio, October to serve three years.
The original members (except veterans) were mustered out by detachments in November and the organization, composed of veterans and recruits, retained in service until Augwhen it was mustered out in accordance with orders from the War Department.
History of the 21st Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion by Canfield, S. (Silas S.) Publication date Topics United States. Army. Ohio Infantry Regiment, 21st (), United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories, Ohio -- Pages: The 29th Ohio Living History Association was formed in by a group of seasoned reenactors, both men and women desiring to honor the memory of those men from Summit County, Ohio who fought in the Civil War, and the civilians who went along or stayed on the home front.
We study and research the history of the 29th Ohio Regiment, and how it participated in the Union Army for four years from. The Sixth Ohio Living History Association is dedicated to preserving the memory of those who served while educating the public about this pivotal and defining moment in American Sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry is a family-based living history and reenactment group who's mission is to recreate as accurately as possible an infantry.
70th Infantry Regiment Civil War First Regiment Excelsior Brigade; First Regiment Sickles' Brigade. History. Mustered in: J Mustered out: July 7, The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed.
Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. Lyon Company, Splendid regiment, splendid regiment, does my soul good to see such a regiment - makes my eyes water to look at them. General Fitz Henry Warren, pointing to the 16th Ohio on parade, Janunear Indianola, Texas.
Read more in a Pvt. Thomas Linn letter. The 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Mostly an all-volunteer unit, with the exception of a few draftees, the 21st Ohio served for both ninety-day and three-year enlistments and fought exclusively in the Western Theater.
Louis VonBlessingh Residence Toledo OH; a 34 year-old Clerk. Enlisted on 4/20/ as a Captain. On 4/27/ he was commissioned into "B" Co. OH 14th Infantry He was Mustered Out on 8/13/ at Toledo, OH. The Ohio Brigade held a Reunion at Columbus, October 3 and 4, Addresses were made by General John Beatty, General J.W.
Fuller, Chaplain Eaton and General Wager Swayne. A dinner was partaken of, and toasts presented with responses by General M. Churchill, Captain W.H.H. Minton, Chaplain R.L.
Crittenden and Captain R.K. Shaw. The Twenty-sixth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry was officially organized at Camp Chase (Columbus, Ohio) from Juneto serve for three years. As such, the regiment was one of the first to answer President Abraham Lincoln's call to defend the Union.
Throughout the War, nearly men were part. The TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT,was composed largely of immigrant Germans from Cleveland and Cuyahoga was organized at Camp Cleveland (see CIVIL WAR CAMPS IN CLEVELAND) in the summer of and mustered into federal service on 9 regiment was transferred to Covington, KY, serving there until October.
After a short period of duty at. Mustered out in July ofthe 66th Ohio Volunteer Infantry returned home a veteran regiment with a proud history and a notable battlefield reputation.
Their brigade commander, Colonel Charles Candy, is known to have called the 66th "my bulldogs" for their tenacity in a fight. 25th Ohio Regiment History. Source: "THE 25TH OHIO VET. VOL. INFANTRY IN THE WAR FOR THE UNION" By Edward C.
Culp Late Lieut. Colonel 25th Ohio, and Brevet Colonel United States Volunteers Topeka, Kansas: Geo. Crane & Co., Printers and Binders Transcribed by. In ,I had the honor of publishing an edited version of former 25th Ohio commander Lt.
Col. Edward C. Culp's book, "The 25th Ohio in the War for the Union." I was inspired to do so, knowing that my g-great grandfather A. Driggs had proudly served in this regiment and having in my possession the Bible he carried through the war. 'The 26th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry: The Groundhog Regiment' tells the unique story of this troop known for its quick agility and prowess when it came to missions that needed digging.
Written by a man honoring his ancestors, 'The 26th Ohio Veteran Volunteer. 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry - Three Year Regiment. This regiment was organized under Colonel John F.
DeCourcey, at Camp Tiffen, near Wooster, Ohio, on the 2d day of October,and was mustered into the service on the same day by Captain Belknap, of the 18th United States Regulars. 48th OHIO VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY Recruited from southwestern Ohio in the Fall ofthe regiment was organized at Camp Dennison in October.
The following April, as part of General Sherman's division, they found themselves at the very heart of the Confederate surprise attack at Shiloh, TN, only 30 days after having been issued their rifles. By Todd Jones.
Midway through the Civil War, Connecticut created the state’s first African American regiment, the 29th Regiment Connecticut ng bravely for the final year of the war, the regiment won many important battles and became one of the first Union regiments to march through the Confederate capital of Richmond.
CHAPTER XV NOBLE COUNTY IN THE WAR th OHIO REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. The One Hundred and Seventy-sixth Ohio, Colonel Edwin C. Mason, was organized at Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio, Septem "As soon as the organization was completed the regiment was ordered to Nashville, Tenn., and assigned to the Second Brigade, Fourth Division, Twentieth Army .On Apthe Norwalk Light Guard, an independent militia company commanded by Captain Franklin Sawyer, was ordered to Camp Taylor at Cleveland, Ohio.
Assigned to Company D of the three-month 8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, these volunteers soon re-enlisted for three years and witnessed their captain quickly rise in rank to major and lieutenant colonel.
From MaySawyer led the.The 87th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Company C is a family oriented, non-profit Civil War re-enacting and living history organization. It is dedicated to the better understanding and preservation of the history of the American Civil War.