Category Archives: Ohio Regiments

William H. Spahr, Company C, 104th Ohio Infantry

1. Full names of soldier.                                                                           William H. Spahr 2. Rank, unit served with, etc.                                                                 Private Company C 104th Ohio Volunteer Infantry 3. Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of.            Have copies of national archives muster cards 2 … Continue reading

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Jerome Grable, 104th Ohio Infantry, fought at Franklin

I believe my 2nd great grand uncle Jerome Grable fought at the Battle of Franklin. Full Name:  Jerome J. Grable Rank/Unit:  Private 104th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Info.  I have no direct documentation of his participation in the Battle of Franklin. … Continue reading

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George Washington Allison, Pvt, Company K, 50th Ohio Infantry

1.  George Washington Allison 2. Private, Company K, 50th Ohio Infantry 3.  George W. Allison was born in May, 1840 in Ohio and died on April 18, 1917 in Allen County, Ohio.  He first married Mary Mills on November 18, … Continue reading

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Charles W. Schmidt, QMS, 183rd Ohio, Company B

Charles W. Schmidt, also served in the 28th OVI, Died at 84 in Veterans home in Dayton, Ohio. He survived Franklin and the war. Charles was buried at National Cemetery Dayton, Ohio. Contact the descendant at

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Sgt. John Crooks, Company I, 51st Ohio Infantry

My Great Great Grandfather Sgt. John Crooks served in Co. “I” 51st Ohio Vol Inf. along with his brother Private Henry Crooks who was detached to the Ambulance Corps during the Battle of Franklin. Submitted by Trent Johnson

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Noah Colcher, Company F, 183rd Ohio was killed at Franklin

My gtgt grandfather was Noah COLCHER, Company F, 183rd Ohio. He was already a veteran of the war, but re-enlisted and was sent down to Franklin where he was killed in the yard of the Carter House. He was fighting … Continue reading

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Isaac Imlay, Private, Company K,

Isaac Imlay Private, 175th Ohio Union Army  Infantry Fought under Brigadier-General James W. Reilly Survived the Civil War My Great-Great Grandfather Buried in Burlingame City Cemetery, Burlingame, Kansas Submitted by

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Abraham Walker, Company K, 183rd Ohio Infantry

My great great grandfather is Abraham Walker and I just found him.  Do you have any more information on the 183rd from Ohio? Mary Walker Notes: CWD: Residence was not listed; 33 years old. Enlisted on 10/2/1864 as a … Continue reading

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George V. Kelley, Company A, 104th Ohio Infantry,

My great grandfather is Capt. George V. Kelley of the 104th OVI who you have featured on your Google map of the battle. Sincerely, Chris Stefanovich CWD states: Residence was not listed; 20 years old. Enlisted on 7/23/1862 at Massillon, … Continue reading

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Jacob W. Umstott, Company K, 175th Ohio Infantry

My wife and I each have a descendant of the battle’s at, and near, Franklin. My g-great grandfather, Jacob Ash was with the Ohio 183rd O.V.I. My wife’s, Donna, g-great grandfather, Jacob Umstott, was with the 175th O.V.I. They both … Continue reading

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