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53rd Ohio Infantry      
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William H Dickson - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Lynne Dunn
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Date Added:  3/1/2010
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James Mackey - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Mark Ernst
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Date Added:  7/21/2005
Company D
Henry U. Cooke - Private   
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Contact Name:  Roger Alvis
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Date Added:  8/24/2008
Company D
Henry Dykes - Sergeant   
This intrepid Union soldier previously fought in Mexican War; he enlisted at the beginning of war and fought for the entire duration. In letters home to his wife he said: 'I for my part would like to go home, but I can't think of goin' home as long as a Reb' says 'fight'. I am stronger for the Union every day, and if any Northern man could see the destruction that is in this country where the two armies passes, he would be a Union man!' Henry Dykes survived the war, and although he was a native of Beaver OH, is now buried in Lovington IL. A more solid, die-hard Union soldier has never marched. May he rest in peace: his regiment was lacking shoes when they marched to Knoxville TN in ice-covered roads of November of 1864. Let us not doubt that brave manhood backed by principles has enduring value; that was the whole lesson of this man's life. We have letters of this man mentioning many friends and relatives; ask me if you think yours is one.
Contact Name:  Cliff Hall PhD
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Date Added:  9/30/2007
Company D
William McDonald - Sergeant   
This is my gr grandfather, enlisted in Ohio, later moved to Illinois and Kansas. I have some of his civil war letters and diary. Would like to contact other descendants of William.
Contact Name:  Pearl Ann Riordan
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Date Added:  3/12/2011
Company E
William W Gilbert - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Rich Behrens
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Date Added:  10/6/2007
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