COMPANIES'  HISTORIES
COMPANY   C   Delaware, Morrow, Marion and Knox Counties
( including excerpts from Sgt Elias Cole's daily journal and
Corporal JF Doty's journal)
122 soldiers;  33 died during the war
COMPANY  E     Morrow County ("The Mt. Gilead Guards")
( including excerpts from Captain Walden Kelley's journal:  
A
historic Sketch Lest We Forget Company E- 26th Ohio Infantry in
the War for the Union 1861-1865,
, an article Capt Kelley wrote that
was printed in
The Ohio Soldier newspaper, and excerpts of letters
printed in the
Ohio Soldier..
115 soldiers; 21 died during the war
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COMPANY  A  Butler County ( "Butler Pioneers"
105 soldiers; 17 died during the war
COMPANY B   Ross County ( "Fullerton Rifles ")
,            including excerpts from the diary of Samuel
Chestnut,        printed in the
Ohio Soldier
128 soldiers;  22 died during the war
COMPANY D  Richland and Morgan County
( including Company history compiled by Lt. Luther
Timberlake, read at 1890 reunion  and written in
The Ohio Soldier newspaper, and excerpts from diary of
Thomas B Cantwell)
122 soldiers; 24 died during thse war
COMPANY F   Guernsey and Noble County
113 soldiers;  17 died during the war
COMPANY G    Mahoning County "The Carroll Guards"
102 soldiers; 25 died during the war
COMPANY H   Champaign County, including
excerpts           from Sgt Charles D Brusman's diary printed
in the
Ohio Soldier
114 soldiers; 25 died during the war
COMPANY I   Scioto County
101 soldiers; 19 died during the war
COMPANY K   Madison County ("Cowling Videttes")
125 soldiers;  35 died during the war
Source of enrollment and casualties:  William F Fox as noted in The Ohio Soldier, Aug. 30, 1890, Vol. 4, no. 2.
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