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94th Ohio Infantry USA

Name: Phillip KnorreRank: 1st Sergeant Company:
Phillip Knorre was my husband''s greatgrandfather. He had only been in America a few short years when the war broke out. He lived in Tipp City ( Tippicanoe, Ohio ) at the time of the war. I have also researched this regiment for over 14 years if anyone else is interested. Thanks, Linda Cooper
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Name: Joseph R. GramRank: Private Company: A
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Name: John L. MinnichRank: Private Company: A
John enlisted in august 1862 and trained at Camp Piqua, After a few weeks moved by train to Cincinnati and then to Kentucky to help kirby Smith Army that has entered Kentucky, John was captured and later exchanged. His unit fought in the Battle of Stones River, Chickamagua and with Sherman to Atlanta. He was also with Sherman to the sea and the Battle of Bentonville in North carolina. He lived in Clark Co., Ohio until his death in 1916 and buried in the Donnelsville, Ohio Cemetery. His Father was also John Minnich and Sabina Overpeck.
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Name: William McGrew DeLapRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted as a Private on 12 August 1862 at the age of 35.
Enlisted in Company B, 94th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 23 Aug 1862.
Mustered Out Company B, 94th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 5 Jun 1865 at Washington, DC.
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Name: Harrison P. FugateRank: Sergeant Company: E
Enlisted as a Private on 7 August 1862 at the age of 19.
Mustered in Company E, 94th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 24 August 1862.
Promoted to Corporal on 13 July 1864.
Promoted to Sergeant on 8 January 1865.
Mustered out on 5 June 1865 at Washington, DC.
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Name: Andrew CramerRank: Private Company: G
Andrew was a stone mason from Cumberland Co., PA living in Champaign Co., Ohio when he enlisted at age 42 with his brother, Samuel. He served only a few months as he gave his life to his country on 15 November 1862 in Louisville, KY.
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Name: Samuel George CramerRank: Private Company: G
Samuel was a stone mason from Cumberland Co., PA living in Champaign Co., Ohio when he enlisted at age 39 with his brother, Andrew. He served throughout the war and participated in the Grand Review in Washington D. C. in 1865 before returning to Urbana, Ohio. He later moved, in about 1882, with his family, including several brothers and their families, to Custer Co., Nebraska.
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Name: Wesley Leroy HutsonRank: Private Company: H
Wesley was wounded August 7, 1864 at Utoy creek outside Alanta Ga.
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