Springfield, Ohio

History and Genealogy

Clark County's Civil War Soldiers

From The History of Clark County, Ohio
Chicago: W.H. Beers & Co., 1881


was organized at Springfield, Ohio, April, 1861; mustered into the United States service, for three months, on the 10th of May, 1861; re-enlisted and mustered in for three years, June 8, 1861; was in following engagements: Battles of Shiloh, Stone River and Chicamauga, skirmishes at Camp Ganly, White House, Lavergne and Nelson's Cross Roads. This company contained men from this county, as will be seen from the subjoined roll:

k—Killed in action; p— Prisoner; w—Wounded; pd—promoted; d—Died in service; dd—Deceased; m—Missing.

Captain, Ralph Hunt. p
First Lieutenant, John A. Smediker.
First Lieutenant, Frank W. Fee, Regimental Quartermaster.
Second Lieutenant, John F. Lamme, pd First Lieutenant Company H.
First Sergeant, William H. Busby.
Second Sergeant, Arnold Pfister. w p
Third Sergeant, Samuel C. Duff. p
Fourth Sergeant, James M. Gregg. p d
First Corporal, John V. Perrine.
Second Corporal, Jacob Miller.

Botkins, George W.
Black, Curys. Corp. k
Bush, John H.
Busby, Hamilton
Buckheart, Charles W.
Brenell, John M.
Crouse, J. W. , Corp. dd
Conklin, James J.
Cobaugh, William T. d
Damee, Frederick
Foreman, Philip d
Fuller, Thomas
Fuller, Irving
Hamilton, William, Sergt.
Hay, Henry C. dd
Heaton, Jonah transferred to U.S. Art.
Jones, Andrew
Meredith, Williams
Newcome, William, pd Capt. 10th O.I.B.
Owens, Jesse
Quigley, Wesley
Schultz, William H.
Swanger, Thomas
Stafford, Williams
Sullivan, John
Smith, Elnathan C.
Ward, Curtis
Wright, Charles

There may be some names in the above list who were not from this county. Three former members of the company fail to agree as to which names should be stricken out.