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197th Ohio Infantry      
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Wills DeHass - Lt. Colonel   
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Contact Name:  Terence
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Date Added:  12/24/2009
Company A
Thomas Grim - Private   
Thomas Grim, Jr. served with his brothers Armstrong,Frederick and Charles in Company A. Their father was also in the 77th. A number of their Buskirk kinsmen were in the 77th as well as many neighbors and friends. The Grim boys were captured at Marks Mills in Arkansas and spend ten months in Camp Fort Prison where Armstrong died. Their father later died by his own hand in camp at Little Rock after the long, wet march back to saftey. Charles died within weeks of his release from Ford. I've written a narrative account of the family.
Contact Name:  Fred Schultz
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Date Added:  3/28/2010
Company B
Hugh Allison Davis - Private   
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery - Lowell, Adams Twp., Washington Co., OH.
Contact Name:  Julie
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Date Added:  5/8/2004
Company B
Stukley Driskill - Private   
Mustered out of service Brownsville,Texas his age approximately 46 yrs. He returned to his home at Lowell,Ohio.
Contact Name:  L M Driskill
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Date Added:  3/25/2004
Company B
Cornelius Gray - Private   
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Contact Name:  M. Gray
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Date Added:  5/1/2004
Company B
John H. Morris - Private   
Captured. Imprisoned at Camp Ford in Texas.
Contact Name:  Joellyn Price Leget
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Date Added:  6/22/2009
Company C
Perry Beaver - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jim Scholl III
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Date Added:  3/24/2013
Company C
Alexander Campbell Harper - Private   
Enlisted 20 Feb 1864, mustered out Brownsville Tx 8 Mar 1866
Contact Name:  Chuck Zonker
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Date Added:  9/19/2007
Company C
Gideon Harrison Harper - Private   
Joined 20 Feb 1864, mustered out 8 Mar 1866, Brownsville TX.
Gideon and Alexander Harper were brothers.
Contact Name:  Chuck Zonker
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Date Added:  9/19/2007
Company C
Samuel James Kiggins - Private   
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Contact Name:  Tim Hayes
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Date Added:  9/27/2011
Company E
Jerome Higgs - Private   
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Contact Name:  Richard Cole Higgs
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Date Added:  12/16/2008
Company E
Joseph Ephraim Thayer - Private   
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Contact Name:  Brittany El-Shouki
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Date Added:  8/7/2011
Company F
Sampson Bole - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 20 Feburary 1864 at the age of 44. Was captured at the battle of Mark's Mills on 25 April 1864. Was sent to Camp Ford in Tyler Texas where he died on 11 October 1864. He is buried at Alexandria National Cemetery, in Pineville LA, section A site 1230
Contact Name:  Mary
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Date Added:  1/15/2007
Company F
winfield g Davis - Private   
was at marks mills 25 april 1864. sent to tyler texas for ten mo,in prison. returned home for short time. return to duty.served until mustered out with unit in brownville texas
Contact Name:  kelly
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Date Added:  8/21/2006
Company F
John Riecker - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Eddy
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Date Added:  4/9/2009
Company F
Garrett VanFleet - Private   
Garrett enlisted on 2/20/1864. He was captured on 4/25/1864 at the Battle of Marks Mills, Arkansas. He was a prisoner of war for 10 months at Camp Ford in Tyler Texas. John VanFleet of the same regiment and company is his brother
Contact Name:  Craig Albrechtson
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Date Added:  1/9/2007
Company F
John VanFleet - Private   
John enlisted on 12/13/1861. In 1864 he renlisted as a veteren. On 4/25/1864 he was missing at the Battle of Marks Mills, Arkansas and presumed dead. Garrett VanFleet of the same regiment and company is his brother.
Contact Name:  Craig Albrechtson
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Date Added:  1/9/2007
Company H
Dudley Hall - Private   
This brave barrelmaker lied about his age to join: he was over 50, and fought beside his own 17-year-old son Elijah Simeon Hall in the battle of Shiloh. He later rejoined the regiment and somehow evaded capture in the disaster at Marks Mills. His memory is beloved unto his children, whom he left a good inheritance.
Contact Name:  Cliff Hall PhD
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Date Added:  9/30/2007
Company H
Elijah Simeon Hall - Private   
We are proud to remember this soldier as our direct forefather, maimed for life in the battle of Shiloh when an exploding shell blasted his shoulder with a crater the size of a silver dollar. Who of us can say where the spirit of a brave man goes?
Contact Name:  Cliff Hall PhD
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Date Added:  9/30/2007
Company H
Divers Baldwin McElwee - Private   
My great grandfather Divers B. McElwee was in companies D and H. His brother Burton D. (Budd) McElwee was also in these units.
Contact Name:  Butch McElwee
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Date Added:  2/12/2018
Company I
Christopher Powell - Private   
Pvt Christopher Powell died from wounds suffered at the Battle of Shiloh. Buried at Cave Hill cemetery Louisville, KY.
Contact Name:  Bill Rushin
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Date Added:  10/5/2012
Company I
Otty Powell - Private   
Pvt Otty Powell died from wounds suffered at the Battle of Shiloh. Buried at Low Gap cemetery Monroe county Ohio.
Contact Name:  Bill Rushin
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Date Added:  10/5/2012
Company I
John Province - Private   
Son of James & Susanna Province--living in Washingon County, OH at the start of the war. John was born in Virginia, now West Virginia.
Contact Name:  Susan
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Date Added:  5/25/2008
Company K
Gartrail Brown - Private   
been researching on ancestry.com and have run into conflicting info on wheather he survived the war. any info appreciated.
Contact Name:  Carl Wilson
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Date Added:  3/13/2010
Company K
wounded in the battle of fallen timbersjohn dobbins - Musician   
wounded at the battle of fallen timbers 8, april , 1862
Contact Name:  glenn cremeans
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Date Added:  3/18/2018
Company K
Nathan B. Smith - 2nd Lieutenant   
Nathan was born in Morgan Co., O. He was slightly wounded three times at Shiloh. He developed malaria during the seige of Corinth, MS. He recovered, rejoined his unit and was captured 25 Apr 1864 at Mark's Mill, Ark., spending the next 10 months at Camp Ford prison in Tyler, Tex. After the war he lived in Montgomery Co., Ill., DeWitt County, Iowa and Sumner Co., Kan, where he died in 1916. His body was returned to Morgan Co., Ohio for burial at Mt. Olivet Cem.
Contact Name:  Richard Cole
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Date Added:  10/22/2005
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