Josiah Beery, Jr. Private. b.1846. Drafted 1864. Served as a guard
at Libby Prison in Richmond,VA, later transfered to Danville and finally
to North Carolina. Furloughed Jan 1865.
12th Regiment Ohio Infantry
Charles A. Beery 2nd Lt. Transfer to 27th Regiment 5 Feb 1864.
Promoted to 1st Lt. 15 Dec 1864. 12th Reg. organized at Camp Cleveland, OH
Oct/Dec. 1863. 27th Reg. organized at Camp Delaware, OH Jan/Aug 1864.
111th Regiment Ohio Infantry
John V. Beery, Captain. Resigned: 13 Mar 1863.
William Beery, Captain. Promoted: 26 Jun 1864.
10th Virginia Volunteers Infantry Co. C ~ Organized: Jan. 1862
10th Virginia Volunteers Infantry Co. D "Bridgewater Grays" ~ Organized: Jan. 1862
S. K. Beery
33rd Virginia Volunteers Infantry Co. I "Stonewall's Brigade" Organized: Jan. 1862
Joseph Beery, Private.
Bert Beery, Private.
89th Regiment Ohio Infantry Company H
Received Pension: Certificate No. # 123,893. July 1873 @ $5.00 mo. for general service wound left thigh and leg. Unit organized August 26, 1862. The Regiment entered the field in September and served in West Virginia until after the battle of Stone River, when it joined Rosecrans in Tennessee. In September 1863, it participated in the battle of Chickamauga, where it was hemmed in by a whole Rebel Division and captured almost entire. The officers were mostly sent to Libby prison and the men to Andersonville Prison, where a majority of them died of starvation. The remnant of the 89th, under Major Jolly stormed Mission Ridge, and in May,1864, joined Sherman's advance on Atlanta, fighting
in all the battles. It marched to the sea with Sherman and through the Carolinas up to Richmond and Washington. It took part in the Grand Review, and then moved to Ohio, where it mustered out, June 13, 1865.
Sam Browning moved to Coffey Co., KS after the Civil War in 1868.
MarriedAnna W. Shawbell in 1875.
3rd Regiment Illinios Cavalry
William H. Kingery, 2nd Lt. Promoted: 24 Jun 1865.
115th Regiment Illinios Infantry
Ephraim H. Kingery, 1st Lt. Resigned: 7 Sept 1863.
3rd Regiment Indian Home Guard
S. Gingerich, Chaplain. b 16 Oct 1819 d 17 Nov 1900 in Pasadena, CA. Served as Chaplain of the 3rd Indian Guards at Fort Gibson, I.T.(OK). He got dysentary and was mustered out in 1864.
3rd Michigan, Co. E
J. W. Gingery, Pvt. Died: 15 Dec 1864.
Buried: Stone's River National Cemetery,TN. Secton: K Grave: 129.
19th Regiment Ohio Infantry
Daniel N. Kingery, 1st Lt. (Adj't). Killed in action at Chickamauga,TN 20 Sept 1863.
Unit organized: Camp Circleville, OH - August 1862.
21st Regiment Ohio Infantry, Co. E
P. L. Gingery, Corporal. Died Andersonville Prison 25 July 1864.
Andersonville National Cemetery. Grave: 3962.
Daniel Gingery, Pvt. Co. D. Died: 20 Feb 1865.
Buried: Chattanooga National Cemetery,TN. Section: G Grave: 365.
94th Regiment Ohio
John Kingery, 1st Lt. Resigned: 19 Jul 1863. Unit organized at Camp Piqua, OH Aug 1862.
111th Regiment Ohio Co. K
Joseph Gingery, Pvt. Died: 30 Nov 1864.
Buried: Stone's River National Cemetery, TN. Section: ? Grave: 317.
His body was re-interned from the vicinity of the Franklin Battlefield, TN.
113th Regiment Ohio Infantry, Co. B
Henry Gingery, Pvt. Died: 2 Sep 1864.
Buried: Chattanooga National Cemetery, TN. Section: F Grave: 525.
151st Regiment Ohio Infantry, Co. E
Allen Gingerich, Pvt. Died: 23 Mar 1865.
Buried: Nashville National Cemetery,TN. Section: J Grave: 1272.
156th Regiment Ohio
Issac Kingery, 2nd Lt. Resigned: 15 May 1864. Unit organized for 100 days enlistment only at Camp Dennison, OH.
49th Regiment Pennsylvannia Infantry, Company I (Juniata Co.)
Jacob B. Gingerich, Pvt. mustered in 25 Feb 1864, three years, died 12 May 1865, wounded in action.
49th Regiment Pennsylvannia Volunteers, Old Company I (Juniata
Co.) Old company I was organized at Perrysville (now Port Royal).
Isaac N. Gingrich Private. First enlisted 16 Sep 1861 in Co. A & I, 49th PA Infantry. Discharged for disability and transferred to
Company A., discharged 22 May 1863 on surgeon's certificate. Resided Perryville, Juniata County.
101st Regiment Pennsylvannia Infantry.
Isaac N. Gingrich, Private, Co. E. Mustered in 10 March 1865. One year enlistment, mustered out with company 25 Jun 1865 at New Bern, NC. Died 30 Dec 1932 at Mexico, Juniata Co., PA
Source: History of the 49th Pennsylvania Volunteers, by Sgt.Robert Westbrook, 1898.
More: Invalid Pension Cards | Gravestones
93rd Regiment Pennsylvannia Infantry.
Lewis S. Gingrich, Sergeant, Co. A 93rd Regt.,Pa. Vol. Inf.
Photo in Uniform
195th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers
Jacob G. Gingerich Private, Co. G. Mustered in: Feb 16, 1865. One year enlistment, mustered out Jan 31, 1866.
Photo in Uniform and Muster Card
12th Regiment Kansas Infantry, Co F.
Martz, Private. b. 1815 Died: December 13, 1862 of typhoid at Paola, Miami Co.,KS. Buried: Bowman-Agate Cemetery,Ottumwa, Coffey Co., KS. Company F organized as Home Guard/Scout/Patrol Duty, Paola, KS Oct 1861-Dec 1862.
Married:Margaret Shawbell 1840 in PA. Solomon and Margaret moved from Junaita Co. PA to Kansas in1855 with three daughters along with John G. Shawbell family .
101st Regiment Pennsylvannia Infantry.
John H. Martz, Corporal, Co. D. Mustered in 25 Feb 1865.
9th Regiment Kansas Volunteers Cavalry, Co C.
Minehouse. Rank: Private. Meinhaus William H., Ottumwa
Sept. 8,1861- June 30, 1863 Mustered out Nov. 21, 1864, Leavenworth, Kan. (Meinhaus was his original surname spelling and spelled as on Enlistment and Muster Rolls.)
Buried: Bowman-Agate Cemetery, Ottumwa, Coffey Co., KS. Married:
M. Shawbellin March 1865. After 'Will' died Sarah eventually moved to the Old Soldier's Home in Fort Dodge, Kansas where she wrote several memoirs:
Arrivial in Ft. Leavenworth,KS and Civil War Times in Kansas for the Coffey County Historical Society.
35th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment Company: 'A'
Joseph Oryall Rank: Sergeant
- Name: Joseph Oryall
- Residence: Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
- Enlistment Date: 2 Oct 1863
- Side Served: Union
- State Served: Wisconsin
- Service Record:
- Enlisted in Company A, 35th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 2 Oct 1863.
- Enlisted as a Corporal on 2 October 1863.
- Promoted to Full 1st Sergeant.
- Promoted to Full Sergeant.
- Date of Discharge: 11 March 1866.
- Mustered Out Company A, 35th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 15 Mar 1866 at Brownsville, TX.
- Lenght of Service: 2yrs/5mo/1d.
- Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant (Not Mustered) on 17 Mar 1866.
- Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant (Not Mustered) on 10 Apr 1866.
5th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, Co. G.
Sammers, Rank: Unk b. 8 Sep 1834 in Lyons, N. Y. Enlisted in Company
G, Fifth Regiment of Kansas Volunteer Cavalry 1 Oct 1861 in Ottumwa, Coffey Co., KS.
Thomas scouted most of the time; he had a horse shot from under him; in a few days he had his gun shot to pieces in his hands. April 2, 1863
he received a gunshot wound in the eye; he then remained in the hospital
until fall; then was discharged November 19, 1863.
Thomas spent his early childhood in New York. He left his parents and went to Wisconsin, and remained there until 1857 until settling in Ottumwa, Coffey Co. KS. He married, May 31, 1865, to Miss Celidia C. Martz.
1st Mississippi Cavalry, Co. H
John Bridges Thayer
3rd Missouri State Guards
'Big Jim' Seney- Private.
His experience at the Battle at Pea Ridge, AR is retold by Selah Roy Thayer b.1907.
Seney Family: Confederacy in the West. (units pending)
Robert Seney, Private. CSA . Missouri. Died near Red River of Texas and Choctaw Indian Nation (Oklahoma).
William Seney, Pvt. CSA, Missouri. Died at Vicksburg, Mississippi. Vicksburg was under siege forty days between 19 May 1863 - 8 July 1863.
Warren Seney served under Captain Bill Anderson.
James P. Cook served under Gen. Sterling Price.
Seney Associated Family: Confederacy in the East (units pending):
Jesse Souther - Joseph Souther - Noah Souther - John R. Bell were all wounded at Gettysburg.
William Bealmer fought throughout the four years of bloody conflict.
Reference: 'Our Ancestral History 1505-1986' by Selah Pomroy 'Roy'
Thayer, II b. 17 March 1907 in Macon Co. MO.
*'Lane's Brigade' Enlisted: 28 Nov 1861
Private. Blacksmith. First joined Lane's Brigade in 1861. Lane's Brigade
mustered into 9th KS Cav. Nov. 1861. Discharged: Dec.1864.
Buried: Bowman-Agate Cemetery, Ottumwa, Coffey Co., KS. Married: Maria Anna Evans 1842 PA.
*3rd Regiment Kansas Infantry, Co. K - May 1861 - Dec 1861
*3rd Regiment Kansas Infantry, Co. I - Jan 1862 to Feb 1862
Both Company's subesquently became Co.'C' 9th Reg't Kans.
Cavalry. March 1862
*9th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, Co. C - Mar 1862 to Jun 30 1863
*9th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, Co. A - Jun 30
1863 to Dec 7 1864 Mustered out.
Copies of John's Muster Cards for the above information [Archived]. The
information that he was transfered to the New Company A was extracted from the Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kansas, Vol. 1. - 1861-1865.
Leavenworth, Kansas: Bulletin Co-operative Printing Company, Chicago.
1st Regiment Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, Co. D
(Made up of men from Licking and Richland Counties. Enlisted
in Union County, OH)
1st Regiment Ohio Calvary, Shobbell, Daniel ,Co. D Rank in: Corp. Rank out: Sergeant
Alternate Name: Daniel/Shabble - Notes: Film Number M552 roll 98
Shobbell b. 15 Nov 1815, Colombia, Lancaster Co. PA d.
19 Aug 1864, Lovejoy Station,Clayton Co.,GA. Left Juniata Co.,Pennsylvannia in 1840 to Richland Co.,Ohio.
Married: Elizabeth Mary 'Polly' Rice.
OHIO CAVALRY -Civil War
The regiment was in the memorable one hundred days under fire from Chattanooga to Atlanta, losing severely. Of Company D, Daniel Shobbell was killed at Lovejoy Station, south of Atlanta. Daniel's body was left on the battlefield and never recovered.
Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign May 1-September 8, 1864. Siege of Atlanta July 24-August 15, 1864. Battle of Atlanta July 22, 1864.
From: Warren Gentzel,SUVCW in reply to my query on Daniel Shobbell.
Claude, This is what I have on Daniel Shobbell.
Daniel Shobbell enlisted on 4/24/1861 into Co 'B' of the 17th Ohio Infantry
Regimrnt at age 39 ( this was a 100 days unit ). He was discharged on 8/15/1861
at Camp Goddard, Zanesville, OH. On 8/31/1861, he mustered into Company 'D' of
the 1st OVC ( Cavalry ). Daniel participated in over fifteen hard fought
battles. Hoping to force the enemy out of Atlanta, General Sherman
sent to brigades of Cavalry (including the 1st OVC ) under Gen. Judson Kilpatrick
to raid Hood's lines of communication south of the city. Strong Confederate
resistance at Lovejoy Station halts the raid and Kilpatrick is forced to
return to Decatur leaving the killed and wounded on the field ( one being
Daniel Shobbell ). Since they were behind enemy lines, it is assumed that
the Confederates buried the Union dead and captured the wounded.... many
of the captured were taken to Andersonville prison where not a few are buried.
Warren Gentzel, SUVCW
Siege of Atlanta: Lovejoy Station: South of Altanta, Georgia August 1864.
August 19th, 1864
August 19: Brig. Gen. Judson Kilpatrick (U.S.), with 4,700 troopers, strikes the Macon railroad at Jonesboro, 15 miles south of Atlanta. (Castel
August 20: Battle at Lovejoy's Station -- While Confederate Maj. Gen. Joseph Wheeler was absent raiding Union supply lines from North Georgia to East Tennessee, Maj. Gen. William Sherman, unconcerned, sent Judson Kilpatrick to raid Rebel supply lines. Leaving on August 18, Kilpatrick hit the Atlanta & West Point Railroad that evening, tearing up a small area of tracks. Next, Kilpatrick headed for Lovejoy's Station on the Macon & Western Railroad. In transit, on the 19th, Kilpatrick's men hit the Jonesborough supply depot on the Macon & Western Railroad, burning great amounts of supplies. On the 20th, they reached Lovejoy's Station and began their destruction. Rebel infantry (Cleburne's Division) appeared and the raiders were forced to fight into the night, finally fleeing to prevent encirclement. Although Kilpatrick had destroyed supplies and track at Lovejoy's Station, the railroad line was back in operation in two days. (AMC)
101st Regiment Pennsylvannia Infantry.
Strayer, Private, Co. A. Mustered in 8 March `65.* Mustered out with Company 25 June 1865.
Although he was already about 44 years old, John Strayer enlisted in the 101st Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Company A, on the 8th of March 1865. The original Company A of the 101st were among those captured during the Siege of Plymouth, North Carolina on the 20th of April 1864. It became necessary to create a new Company A. John was given the rank of Private and served until the 25th of June of 1865 when he was mustered out with his Company at New Berne, North Carolina.
Married: 1842 to
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