Company A Complete!

This company mustered in October 31, 1861

Captains

James N. Kirkpatrick – Stockwell – Date of Commission 10/31/61 – Promoted to Leiutenant Colonel

Charles T. Elliott – Dayton – Date of Commission 4/26/62 – Killed Kennesaw Mt., GA. 6/27/64

Samuel G. Webb – Stockwell – Date of Commission – 12/4/64; no other information

1st Lieutenant

Charles T. Elliott – Dayton – Date of Commission 10/31/61 – Promoted to Captain

William P. McKinsey – Stockwell – Date of Commission 4/26/62 – Assigned as Quartermaster

Thomas M. Coldsberry – Stockwell – Date of Commission 1/11/65 – Promoted to Captain of Company D

Adelbert D. McLain – Stockwell – Date of Commission 7/1/65

2nd Lieutenant

Samuel G. Webb – Stockwell – Date of Commission 10/31/61 – Promoted to Captain

Adelbert D. McLain – Stockwell – Date of Commission 6/1/65

1st Sergeant

McKinsey, William P. – Stockwell – Promoted 1st Lieutenant

Sergeants

Baer, John A. – Culver’s Station – Mustered out 12/4/64 as 1st Sergeant

White, Albert Jr. – Stockwell – Discharged ?/62; Disability

Goldsberry, Thomas M. – Dayton – Promoted 1st Lieutenant

Ashby, Joseph E. – Culver’s Station – Transferred to V.R.C. 4/30/64

Corporals

Jones, George – Lafayette – Discharged 11/62; Deafness

Shortridge, William B. – Lafayette – Discharged 10/12/63 as Sergeant Major; Disability

Stufflebeam, George F. – Wyandotte – Dropped from rolls 7/30/63

Leaming, Sylvester – Wyandotte – Died 6/14/64; Wounds

Bartholomew, Thomas J. – Stockwell – Discharged 5/29/65; Wounds

Courtney, George L. – Stockwell – Veteran, Mustered out 12/21/65 as Private

McClain, Adelbert – Culver’s Station – Promoted 1st Lieutenant

Cann, Christopher C. – Culver’s Station – Mustered out 12/4/64

Musicians

Lee, James W. – Stockwell – Mustered out 12/4/64

Dodson, Henry – Wyandotte – Mustered out 12/4/64

Wagoner

New, Peter – Stockwell – Discharged 10/12/63; Disability

Privates

Antram, Nathan – Americus – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65

Barnhart, Peter – Wayndotte – Discharged 7/12/62; Disability

Bartholomew, Walter D. – Stockwell – Died 3/29/62

Bausman, Henry – Wyandotte – Mustered out 12/4/64 as Corporal

Beal, Silas – Stockwell – Mustered out 12/4/64

Beal, Thomas – Stockwell – Died 8/22/64; Wounds

Beck, Thomas – Culver’s Station – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as 1st Sergeant

Bender, Louis – Dayton – Discharged 11/17/62; Disability

Bowers, John B. – Fort Wayne – Mustered out 3/1/65

Brough, John – Wyandotte – Mustered out 12/4/64

Cambe, Samuel – Stockwell – Discharged 11/19/64; Wounds

Campbell, John – Stockwell – Transferred to V.R.C. 8/5/63

Cantrell, Christopher – Wyandotte – Discharged 4/7/62; Disability

Cantrell, Zebedee – Wyandotte – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65

Clark, John R. – Dayton – Discharged 9/15/62; Disability

Cole, John B. – Stockwell – Veteran; Killed Kennesaw Mt., GA. 6/27/64

Coleman, Wiliam L. – Lafayette – Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant Company D

Culver, Andrew J. – Stockwell – Discharges 2/21/63; Disability

Cupps, Elias – Stockwell – Died 2/6/62

Daugherty, Michael R. – Culver’s Station – Mustered out 12/4/64

Daugherty, Hezekiah W. – Culver’s Station – Veteran; Died 6/25/64, Wounds

Elliott, Scott – Dayton – Veteran; Killed Kennesaw Mt., GA. 6/27/64

Goodman, William – Stockwell – Discharged 11/17/62; Disability

Gulliver, David B. – Indianapolis – Transferred to U.S. Cavalry, no date

Harman, George – Americus – Died 11/9/62

Hardy,Frank – Anderson – Veteran, Mustered out 12/21/65

Hartpence, James C – Monroe – Killed 10/8/63; Perryville

Harrington, Andrew J. – Americus – Dicsharged 6/21/62; Disability

Henry, John – Stockwell -Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Sergeant

Henry, William – Stockwell – Veteran; Transferred to Engineer Corps 8/4/64

Hewlet, Chauncey C. – Stockwell – Veteran; Mustered out 7/11/65

Hoover, Austin – Stockwell – Veteran; Deserted 8/65

Hooker, William S. – Linden – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65

Howard, Nelson K. – Stockwell – Mustered out 11/64

Hutton, William B. – Stockwell – Killed at Missionary Ridge 11/25/63

Illianfritz, Peter – Culver’s Station – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Corporal

Jacobs, Andrew J. – Rainsville – Discharged 3/18/62; Disability

Johnson, George – Stockwell – Deserted 7/15/65

Jones, Thomas E. – Lafayette – Transferred to 10th Battery 6/20/63

Julian, James F. – Wyandotte – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65

Kesler, Samuel – Concord – Died 6/5/62

Kilgore, Luoniads C. – Culver’s Station – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Sergeant

Kilgore, John H. – Stockwell – Veteran; Deserted 7/15/65

Lane, Robert C. – Stockwell – Promoted to Sergeant Major

Layton, Joseph – Romney – Discharged 6/2/63; Disability

Lucas, Martin – Culver’s Station – Discharged 5/64; Amputation of arm

Manary, William H. – Culver’s Station – Transfereed to V.R.C. ?/63

McCahan, John – Concord – Mustered out 12/4/64

McCahan, Cornelius H. – Concord – Died 8/17/62

McCraskin, George W. – Concord – Veteran; Died 7/11/64, Wounds

McCraskin, Reuben B. – Concord – Died 1/12/62

McKamay, William – Stockwell – Mustered out 12/4/64

Miller, Jacob – Americus – Killed Missionary Ridge 11/25/64

Miller, John – Dayton – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Corporal

Miller, Washington – Lafayette – Mustered out 12/4/64

Morris, Walter – Culver’s Station – Mustered out 12/4/64- wounded Missionary Ridge & Kennesaw Mt.

Morris, William – Culver’s Station – Died 1/18/63; Wounds from Missionary Ridge

Montgomery, John – Culver’s Station – Killed at Stones River 12/31/62

Montgomery, Joseph – Culver’s Station – Veteran; Deserted 6/11/65

Newburg, Francis – Lafayette – Discharged 8/1/62; Disability

Osborn, David M. – Thorntown; Transferred to V.R.C. 1/2/65

Pattee, Albert – Lafayette – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65

Porter, George – Dayton – Killed at Stones River 12/31/62

Ramsey, Thomas B. – Concord – Died at Madison,5/64

Riser, James – Dayton – Died 7/7/62

Roseberry, George – Wyandotte – Discharged 6/24/62; Disability

Shaw, Aaron – Stockwell – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Corporal

Shaw, Jasper W. – Stockwell – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Corporal

Sheets, Jacob – Wyandotte – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Corporal

Shellington, William – Stockwell – Died 4/25/63 as Corporal

Smith, Richard W. – Stockwell – Veteran; Discharged by order 7/22/65

Starkey, John – Wyandotte – Died 2/14/65

Steel, Winfield – Culver’s Station – Killed Missionary Ridge 11/25/63

Thorn, Thomas J. – Culver’s Station – Veteran; Mustered out 6/14/65

Travis, Amos – Stockwell – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Corporal

Travis, Tilghman – Stockwell – Died 10/30/62

Trout, Joseph – Stockwell – Discharged ?/?/62; Disability

Vick, William W. – Lafayette – Veteran; Mustered out 12/21/65 as Sergeant

Westlake, Thomas J. – Stockwell – Died Lebanon, KY. 3/29/62

Wilcox, Oliver P. – Stockwell – Veteran; Killed Kennesaw Mt. 6/27/65

Wilson, Reuben – Stockwell – Veteran; Transferred to V.R.C. 3/15/65

Works, Elias D. – Culver’s Station – Veteran; Died 6/14/64; Wounds

Recruits

Baker, Abner – Stockwell – Enlisted 2/19/62 – Transferred to V.R.C. 5/1/64

Baker, Henry M. – Wyandotte – Enlisted 3/18/64 – Died 6/3/64; Wounds recieved at Dallas, GA.

Blyston, William J. – Wyandotte – Enlisted 3/18/64 – Mustered out 12/21/65 as Corporal

Bales, James – Wabash – Drafted 10/22/64 – Mustered out 6/14/65

Blaker, John – Columbus – Mustered 9/22/64 – Mustered out 6/14/65

Blaker, David – Columbus – Mustered 9/22/64 – Mustered out 6/14/65

Cantrell, Robert – Stockwell – Enlisted 6/6/64 – Discharged 2/14/65; Wounds

Cole, James W. – Stockwell – Enlisted 8/26/62 – Killed Kennesaw Mt., GA. 6/27/64

Campbell, Lansom B. – Wabash – Mustered 10/22/64 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Cox, Abner – Columbus – Drafted 9/22/64 – Missing at Franklin, TN.

Dix, James B. – Stockwell – Enlisted 8/26/62 – Killed at Missionary Ridge 11/25/63

Denny, John S. – Wabash – Muster 10/22/64 – Mustered out 5/3/65

Dryden, James A. – Columbus – Muster 9/22/64 – Mustered out 6/29/65

Embree, Alvin S. – Stockwell – Enlisted 8/26/62 – Mustered out 6/10/65

Eden, James R. – Wabash – 10/22/64 – Mustered out 5/22/65

Farthing, James R. – Columbus – Muster 9/22/64 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Harper, Robert – no town – Enlisted 4/1/64 – Mustered out 12/21/65

Hennice, Nicholas – Wabash – Muster 10/22/64

Illienfritz, Jacob – Culver’s Station – Muster 11/18/64 – Supposed to have died

Johnston, Owen – Stockwell – Enlisted 3/18/64 – Deserted 7/15/65

Jackson, John L. – Wabash – Muster 10/22/64 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Jennings, Howard – Columbus – Muster 9/22/64 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Miller, Joshua – Columbus – Muster 9/22/64 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Myers, William C. – Wabash – Muster 10/22/65 – Mustered out 6/8/65

Osborn, Eli A. – Clarks Hill – Enlisted 8/26/62 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Patton, Joseph – Dayton – Enlisted 2/19/62 – Died 1/27/63; Wounds recieved at Stones River

Pettyjohn, Washington – Wabash – Drafted 10/22/64 – Mustered out 6/16/65

Phillips, Mordecai – Wabash – Drafted 10/22/64 – Mustered out 6/16/65

Reser, William W. – Lafayette – Enlisted 3/18/64 – Mustered out 12/21/65

Richard, Henry G. – Wabash – Drafted 10/22/64 – Mustered out 6/16/65

Sperbank, John – Lafayette – Enlisted 8/18/64 – Mustered out 12/21/65

Stevenson, Eli – West Point – Enlisted 4/18/64 – Died 11/30/64; Wounds recieved at Franklin, TN.

Stewart, William – Columbus – Drafted 9/22/64 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Silbers, Perry – Wabash – Drafted 10/22/65 – Mustered  out 6/15/65

Tuel, William F. – Columbus – Drafted 10/22/65 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Wells, Albert – Culver’s Station – Enlisted 3/18/64 – Mustered out 12/21/65

Williamson, Thomas – Columbus – Muster 9/22/64 – Mustered out 6/15/65

Woods, Isaac – Wabash – Drafted 10/22/64 – Discharged 1/4/65; Disability

Wood, George – Wabash – Muster 10/22/64 – Died 1/8/65; Wounds

 

 

 

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5 Responses to “Company A Complete!”

  1. Serena Moon Says:

    You have William C. Myres, but I know his name was spelled Myers. How is it listed on the original muster sheet?

    I also know that he was wounded and later lost his arm due to being shot and infection set in.

    Thanks-Serena

  2. Linda Grubbs Says:

    Thank you so very much for all the work to put this information together!! I have been searching for gggrandfather’s history, this site has been a real eye opener for what the Civil War required of these men. I have been brought to tears many times by the assorted letters written home by those indominatable men!! My ancestor is Jacob H. Sheets, he was in the 40th from the beginning to the end, so all the information I have read here has made me feel a little closer to him. Thank you once again for all you do!!

  3. Sandra L Wire Says:

    Francis Newlerg was Newburg. Thank you

  4. My great,gr,gr,grandfather was Washington Tharp Pettyjohn pri.and was injured at the Duck river muster.It is neat to see his name on the roster.He was at Franklin and Nashville battles.Thankyou,David Martin(Sidney,Ohio)

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