2 edition of Sandusky County, Ohio Civil War soldiers found in the catalog.
Sandusky County, Ohio Civil War soldiers
Richard L. Manion
|Statement||by Richard L. Manion, Nan Card.|
|LC Classifications||F497.S2 M36 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 400 p. :|
|Number of Pages||400|
|LC Control Number||93214251|
Johnson's Island is a acre island in Sandusky Bay, located on the coast of Lake Erie, 3 miles from the city of Sandusky, Ohio. It was the site of a prisoner-of-war camp for Confederate officers captured during the American Civil War. Portrait of Major General James McPherson from Sandusky County, Ohio, ca. He was killed in battle J General James Birdseye McPherson was the highest ranking Ohio soldier to die in the American Civil War.
Ohio Civil War Roster this database contains the same data for Ohio as the national Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, but here you can do soundex searches to help with alternate name spellings Johnson's Island Civil War Confederate Prison Cemetery (Sandusky Bay, Lake Erie) Also see: Depot of Prisoners of War, Johnson's Island, Sandusky . Sandusky County Veterans Service Office, Fremont, Ohio. likes. Providing assistance, support, and communication for Veterans and their families.
th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Civil War Index, which includes history, battles, and roster with name, rank, age, date entered service, period of service and remarks. Beginning United States Civil War Research gives steps for finding information about a Civil War soldier. Civil War veteran Andrew Kline's former home at Sandusky County Road in Rice Township has already been partially dismantled. The center portion of the home was built with timbers in the s and additions on either side were added later. / Mark Tower/News-Messenger Mark Tower RICE TOWNSHIP, OHIO.
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Sandusky County, Ohio Civil War soldiers by Richard L. Manion. Published by Sandusky County Kin Hunters in Fremont, Ohio. Written in EnglishPages: Sandusky County, Ohio Civil War soldiers by Richard L. Manion; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Genealogy, History, Ohio Civil War,Registers.
Published inthis book contains over names of individuals associated with Sandusky County that served in the Civil War.
The book lists alphabetical the names of the individuals, date and place of enlistment, length of service, branch of service and rank, and disposition by war’s end. Also included are several letters from the soldiers in the field.
A great book. For the Union: Ohio Leaders in the Civil War (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c), ed. by Kenneth W. Wheeler, contrib. by Frank L. Klement, Allan Peskin, Robert H. Jones, Mary Ohio Civil War soldiers book, James B.
Bell, Carl M. Becker, Donald Walter Curl, Jeannette Paddock Nichols, and Harvey Wish (PDF at Ohio. Mexican War, -- Ohio, Ohio -- History Civil War, Registers, United States -- History Civil War, Registers Publisher Akron: Werner Co Collection cdl; civilwardocuments; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California.
Apr 7, - Casper Miller The above 16" x 20" image is believed to be that of Casper Miller of Ballville Twp. Sandusky County, Ohio. It was recently donated to the Hayes Presidential Center by. Letters from the Civil War.
Paulding County, Ohio. 14th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Compiled by Kim Freshwater Sutton. A collection of letters written to the local newspaper, The Paulding Independent, describing the journey of the Paulding County boys in the Civil War.
14th OVI - 3 months service. pgs. Paperback. Paulding County. F.D. Ketchum's Aid to Civil War Soldiers On Aug Company E of the 7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry was engaged in the Battle of Cross Lanes, (West) Virginia, during the Civil War.
According to the History of Erie County, Ohio, edited by Lewis Cass Aldrich, several men from the Ohio. Sandusky County, Ohio Civil War Soldiers (Source: The Rutherford B.
Hayes Presidential Center) World War I. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Sandusky County (Source: Explore. On JanuCompany K was distributed to other companies, and a company of the 52nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry (Old) took its place.
The above information about counties is from Richard L. Manion's book, Sandusky County. Civil War soldiers buried in Wyandot County, Ohio: war of the rebellion, ([Ohio]: Ohio Genealogical Society.
Wyandot Tracers Chapter, ) FHL Book V3b. - Casper Miller The above 16" x 20" image is believed to be that of Casper Miller of Ballville Twp. Sandusky County, Ohio. It was. Record of Revolutionary soldier's [sic] graves and list of soldiers, War ofburied in Sandusky Co., Ohio WorldCat Revolutionary soldiers graves from Sandusky County: Revolutionary soldiers' graves and historical sites Family History Library Sandusky County, Ohio Civil War soldiers.
Greene County soldiers in the late war: being a history of the Seventy-fourth O.V.I., with sketches of the Twelfth, Ninety-fourth, One Hundred and Tenth, Forty-fourth, Tenth Ohio Battery, One Hundred and Fifty-fourth, Fifty-fourth, Seventeenth, Thirty-fourth, One Hundred and Eighty-fourth, together with a list of Greene County's soldiers.
Norwalk, Ohio in the Civil War Posted on April 9, by Firelands On this, the anniversary of General Robert E. Lee’s surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia to General Ulysses S.
Grant, we’ll take a look at the role of soldiers from Norwalk, Ohio. Roster of Ohio Soldiers in the War of Ohio Adjutant General, comp. Columbus: State of Ohio The records indicate that the Adjutant General’s Department in Ohio furnished for the War of 1, officers enlisted men.
This page book. The Soldiers Memorial Parkway in Fremont, Ohio, was built to honor the Sandusky County soldiers who died in World War I and earlier wars. The parkway was laid out in the form of a cross, with buckeye trees lining the streets, and plaques bearing each soldier.The 57th Regiment, Ohio Infantry mustered in Septem at Camp Vance, Findlay, Ohio.
They were mustered out Aug at Rock, Arkansas. For more information on the history of this unit, see: Larry Stevens' Ohio in the Civil War, 57th Ohio Infantry; The Civil War .Just the beginning Ohio & the Civil War.
There's a new book "Blood, Tears & Glory" by James Bissland in which he states that the Civil War was the most important event in the United States since the Constitution. When the US Constitution was adopted, it did not resolve the issue of slavery. That would take the war .