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Civil War Newspapers: Hancock County

Before the days of wire services or news bureaus, newspapers frequently printed letters from local soldiers to provide more in-depth coverage of war news. Since regiments were recruited by geographical regions, most of the men serving in a unit were neighbors, and their families often shared letters with each other. Some soldiers specifically arranged to send reports of company news to their hometown newspapers. This index, prepared by Dan Masters, records all soldiers' correspondence printed in Hancock County, Ohio newspapers during the Civil War. Researchers should be aware that these indexes do not necessarily represent the holdings of the Center for Archival Collections. Those wishing to review news articles or editorials dealing with the war should consult the Guide to Newspaper Holdings.

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  Hancock Courier (Findlay, Ohio)

1861

April 26, 1861
"Tau-VS," Company A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Jackson No. 6, West 4th St., Columbus, Ohio, April 18, 1861, pg. 1
Article on flag presentations to the companies of the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

May 31, 1861
Private Thomas R. Morrison, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Portland, Jackson Co., Ohio, May 1861, Quartermasters' Office, Camp Norton, Jackson Co., Ohio, May 26, 1861, pg. 2

June 7, 1861
Second Lieutenant Joseph Edward Stearns, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Gallipolis, Ohio, June 1861, pg. 3

June 14, 1861
Private Michael J. A'Herne, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Gallia Co., Ohio, June 7, 1861, pg. 3
Second Lieutenant Joseph Edward Stearns, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Ohio, June 7, 1861, pg. 3

June 21, 1861
Second Lieutenant Joseph Edward Stearns, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Ohio, June 12, 1861, pg. 3
Private James A. Dixon, Co. E, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Ohio, June 1861, pg. 3

June 28, 1861
Article on the death of Private Cyrus Hemery, Co G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry with a resolution of sympathy from his company, pg. 1
Hospital Steward Thomas Ray Morrison, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Ohio, June 18, 1861, pg. 3

July 5, 1861
Private Michael J. A'Herne, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Gallia Co., Ohio, June 1861, pg. 3
"A Private Soldier," Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Ohio, June 26, 1861, pg. 3
Flag presentation to the Findlay Zouaves, later Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

July 12, 1861
Lieutenant Colonel James N. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Columbus, Ohio, July 7, 1861, pg. 3

July 26, 1861
Article on the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Scarey Creek, Virginia, pg. 2

August 2, 1861
Mrs. Captain James A. Wilson, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Gallipolis, Ohio, July 1861, pg. 3

August 16, 1861
Proclamation of Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry to the people of Charleston, Virginia, dated Headquarters, 21st Regt., O.V.M., Camp Norton, Charleston, Virginia, July 27, 1861, pg. 1

August 23, 1861
Article on reception of 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, with speech by Colonel Moses B. Walker, 31st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1

August 30, 1861
Article on recruiting rally for 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

October 11, 1861
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Muldraugh, Kentucky, October 6, 1861, pg. 2

October 18, 1861
Private George Washington Watson, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Tom Letcher, Nicholasville, Kentucky, October 12, 1861, pg. 3

October 25, 1861
"Twenty First," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Tom Letcher, Nicholasville, Kentucky, October 14, 1861, pg. 1
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Nevin, Hardin Co., Kentucky, October 18, 1861, pg. 1

November 8, 1861
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Nevin, Hardin Co., Kentucky, October 18, 1861, pg. 1

Private George Washington Watson, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Wadsworth, Kentucky, October 27, 1861, pg. 1

November 29, 1861
Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Hopeless Chase, Piketon, Pike Co., Kentucky, November 14, 1861, pg. 1
Article on the 21st Ohio at Piketon, Kentucky, pg. 2
Article on the sick of the 21st Ohio at Cincinnati, pg. 3

December 6, 1861
"Twenty First," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Jenkins, five miles from Louisville, Kentucky, November 30, 1861, pg. 3

December 20, 1861
Lieutenant Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Vance, Findlay, Ohio, December 14, 1861, pg. 2

December 27, 1861
Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Washington, Elizabethtown, Kentucky, December 15, 1861, pg. 3
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Wood, Hart Co., Kentucky, December 25, 1861, pg. 3

1862

January 3, 1862
"Twenty First," Camp Jefferson, Bacon Creek, Kentucky, December 25, 1861, pg. 3

January 24, 1862
Article on the officers and men of the 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

February 21, 1862
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Wood, Green River, Kentucky, February 10, 1862, pg. 3
"Ned," Co. A, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio, February 12, 1862, pg. 4

March 7, 1862
Colonel Valentine Bausenwein, 58th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 58th Regt., O.V.I., Fort Donelson, Tennessee, February 18, 1862, pg. 2

March 14, 1862
"Fifty-Seventh," 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Mungen, Paducah, Kentucky, March 2, 1862, pg. 1
Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, February 1862, pg. 3
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Andy Johnson, Nashville, Tennessee, March 7, 1862, pg. 3

April 11, 1862
"Whack," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Van Buren, near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, March 28, 1862, pg. 1
Article on the death of Adjutant Daniel S. Price, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry with resolution of sympathy from regiment and letter from Colonel William Mungen, Headquarters 57th Regt. O.V.I., March 30, 1862, pg. 3

April 25, 1862
Major Silas Bailey Walker, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, April 12, 1862 (on death of Calvin C. Baker at Shiloh)
Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Third Brigade, Fifth Division, Department of Tennessee, April 11, 1862, with casualty list for the Battle of Shiloh, pg. 3
Captain James A. Wilson, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, April 9, 1862, pg. 3

May 2, 1862
Second Lieutenant John T. Carlin, Co. A, 82nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Brigade Postmaster, Headquarters General Schenk's Brigade, Mountain Division, Camp Lee near Mooresfield, Virginia, April 24, 1862, pg. 3

May 16, 1862
Article on the death of Captain James P. Arrants, Co. E, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Shiloh battlefield, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, April 27, 1862, pg. 3

May 30, 1862
Private George Washington Watson, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Taylor, Huntsville, Alabama, May 11, 1862, pg. 1
Lieutenant Colonel Americus Vespucius Rice, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp No. 6, near Corinth, Mississippi, May 15, 1862, pg. 1

June 20, 1862
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Corinth, Mississippi, June 9, 1862, pg. 3
Captain Joseph H. Ballard, Co. H, 74th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Tod, Nashville, Tennessee, June 2, 1862, pg. 3

July 4, 1862
Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters 57th Regt. O.V.I., Lagrange, Fayette Co., Tennessee, June 30, 1862, pg. 2

July 25, 1862
"Twenty-Firster," Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of Company G, 12 miles north of Athens, Alabama, July 3, 1862, pg. 1

August 15, 1862
Chaplain George D. Oviatt, 87th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Harper's Ferry, Virginia, August 1862, pg. 3

September 12, 1862
Article on the conduct of Colonel Albert Langworthy, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry and his dismissal, including letter from him dated Covington, Kentucky, September 8, 1862, pg. 3

September 19, 1862
Article on the conduct of Colonel Albert Langworthy, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry with report of public meeting in his support, pg. 3
"Severus," 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Lew Wallace, near Covington, Kentucky, September 14, 1862, pg. 3
Surgeon Joseph T. Woods, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Covington, Kentucky, September 12, 1862, pg. 3

September 26, 1862
Article on Colonel Albert Langworthy's conduct with a demand for a court of inquiry, pg. 1

October 3, 1862
"57th Regt.," no place, no date, pg. 2

October 24, 1862
Article on the exploits around Nashville of Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

November 14, 1862
Major Samuel A. Strong, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Defiance, Ohio, October 20, 1862, pg. 1

November 28, 1862
Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 21st Regt. O.V.I., Nashville, Tennessee, November 20, 1862, pg. 3

December 5, 1862
Captain James A. Bope, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp near Gallatin, Tennessee, November 9, 1862, pg. 3

December 12, 1862
Article on dismissal of Colonel Albert Langworthy, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

1863

January 9, 1863
Article on casualties suffered by the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Battle of Stones River, pg. 3

January 16, 1863
Unknown, Co. G, 118th O.V.I., Kimbrough's Bridge, Kentucky, January 6, 1863, pg. 1
Article on casualties suffered by Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Stones River, pg. 3
"Wood County," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, January 9, 1863, pg. 3

January 30, 1863
Report of Colonel John F. Miller on the Battle of Stones River, detailing service of 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
Quartermaster Robert S. Mungen, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Quartermaster's Department, 7th Brigade, 8th Division, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, January 7, 1863, pg. 1
Article on casualties suffered by the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Battle of Stones River, pg. 3

February 13, 1863
Article on display of flag captured by 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Arkansas Post, pg. 3

February 20, 1863
Article on the arrest of Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry and his struggles with his commanding officers, pg. 3

March 13, 1863
Captain Benjamin F. Matthias, Co. K, 81st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, no place, no date, pg. 1
Captain William H. Hill, Co. A, 81st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Corinth, Mississippi, February 1, 1863, pg. 1
Captain Samuel Rolla Mott, Co. C, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of the 57th O.V.I., opposite Vicksburg, Mississippi, January 27, 1863, pg. 1
Article with resolutions on death of Captain Oliver P. Capell, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

March 20, 1863
"The Rallying Song of the Gallant 21st O.V.I.," by Private John B. Zoebaugh, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
Private Philip Bergman, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp south of Nashville, Tennessee, November 19, 1862, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 14, 1863, pg. 2

March 27, 1863
Private John Weaver, Co. D, 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp at Young's Point, Louisiana, February 7, 1863 and February 17, 1863, pg. 1

April 3, 1863
Private Thomas Newell, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 22, 1863, pg. 1
"H.," 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Young's Point, Louisiana, March 15, 1863, pg. 1

April 17, 1863
Captain James A. Wilson, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Young's Point, Louisiana, opposite Vicksburg, March 27, 1863, pg. 3

April 24, 1863
"The Wounded Soldier," by J.A. McKee, Co. K, 14th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
Private Thomas Newell, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, March 6, 1863, March 18, 1863, pg. 2

May 1, 1863
Unknown, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 15, 1863, pg. 1
S.J. Mills, 4th Michigan Battery (Battery D, 1st Michigan Light Artillery), Headquarters First Brigade, Third Division, 14th Army Corps, Department of the Cumberland, Triune, Tennessee, April 18, 1863, pg. 1
Private James D. Foster, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Drake, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 10, 1863, pg. 2
Article on the arrest of Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry with a letter from the officers of the regiment attesting to his popularity dated Young's Point, Louisiana, April 11, 1863, pg. 3

May 15, 1863
"Severus," 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in camp near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, May 1, 1863, pg. 3

May 22, 1863
Article on the address of Colonel William Mungen to the 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry following his resignation, pg. 1

June 5, 1863
Article on sword presentation to Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

June 12, 1863
Captain Isaac Cusac, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, June 4, 1863 with article on sword presentation speech by Private George W. Watson, Co. A, 21st Ohio to Colonel Neibling, and Neibling's reply, pg. 2

June 26, 1863
"P. Itanes," 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 57th Regt. O.V.I., in the rear of Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 6, 1863, pg. 1

July 10, 1863
Captain James A. Wilson, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in the field before Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 9, 1863, pg. 1

August 21, 1863
Second Lieutenant Israel Parsons Rumsey, Battery B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Headquarters, Company B, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Fox's Plantation, Mississippi, August 3, 1863 regarding the death of Private James W. Lanning, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

August 28, 1863
Article on resolution passed regarding the death of Corporal John H. McKinley, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
"A Private in the Rear Rank," Headquarters, Sharpshooters, Army of the Cumberland, August 10, 1863, pg. 1

October 2, 1863
Private Andrew P. Carson, Co. B, 61st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 61st Regt. O.V.I., near Catlett's Station, Virginia, September 1863, pg. 1
Private Jeremiah Pool, Co. K, 110th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Detachment, 110th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Baltimore, Maryland, September 19, 1863, pg. 1
Quartermaster Robert S. Mungen, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp near Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 21, 1863, pg. 3
Resolution on the death of Captain Philip Faulhaber, Co. B, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

October 9, 1863
Private Samuel M. Dixon, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Van Buren, Ohio, September 30, 1863, pg. 1
Article on casualties suffered by the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Battle of Chickamauga, pg. 3

October 30, 1863
Colonel Moses B. Walker, 31st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Findlay, Ohio, October 21, 1863, pg. 1
Second Lieutenant Daniel A. Richards, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 1, 1863 regarding the death of Private Thomas Fitzgibbon, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

November 27, 1863
Article giving full list of casualties suffered by the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Chickamauga, pg. 3
Article on the death of Lieutenant Colonel Dwella M. Stoughton, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

1864

February 5, 1864
Unknown, Co. G, 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 118th Regt. O.V.I., Mossy Creek, Tennessee, January 5, 1864, pg. 1

February 19, 1864
William Parks, Co. K, 39th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Detachment, 39th O.V.I., near Pulaski, Tennessee, February 2, 1864, pg. 1
Article on arrival of the 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry on veterans' furlough, pg. 3
Article on arrival of 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry on veterans' furlough, pg. 3

February 26, 1864
Article on the departure of 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry following veterans' furlough, pg. 3

March 4, 1864
Article on promotions in the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Article on the death of First Lieutenant Joseph E. Stearns, formerly of 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

March 18, 1864
"Twenty Firster," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Findlay, Ohio, March 9, 1864, pg. 2
Departure of 49th and 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry regiments from veterans' furlough, pg. 3

April 1, 1864
Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Third Brigade, First Division, 14th Army Corps, Department of the Cumberland, Graysville, Georgia, March 23, 1864, pg. 3

April 22, 1864
Sergeant Thomas H. Bushong, Co. C, 82nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Co. C, 82nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, encamped near Bridgeport, Alabama, April 4, 1864, pg. 1

May 6, 1864
Captain Daniel Lewis, Co. C, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Co. C, 21st O.V.V.I., Graysville, Georgia, April 5, 1864, pg. 1

May 27, 1864
Article on casualties suffered by the 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Resaca, pg. 3

June 3, 1864
Captain James A. Wilson, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Kingston, Georgia, May 20, 1864, pg. 3
Article on casualties suffered by the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Pickett's Mill, pg. 3

July 8, 1864
Article on casualties suffered by the 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the storming of Kenesaw Mountain, pg. 3

July 21, 1864
Captain James A. Wilson, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp in the field near Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia, June 28, 1864, pg. 1
Article on casualties suffered by the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Battle of Chattahoochee Bridge, pg. 3

July 28, 1864
Article on promotion of Corporal William H. Waltman, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry for conspicuous gallantry at the Battle of Chattahoochee Bridge, pg. 2

August 4, 1864
First Lieutenant James Porter, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 21st Regt. O.V.V.I., near Atlanta, Georgia, July 25, 1864, pg. 3

September 1, 1864
Private Charles L. Brown, Co. H, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of the 57th Ohio near Atlanta, Georgia, August 15, 1864, pg. 2
Unknown, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 57th Regt. O.V.I., near Atlanta, Georgia, August 15, 1864, pg. 2

September 8, 1864
Private Charles L. Brown, Co. H, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 57th Regt. O.V.V.I., near Atlanta, Georgia, August 21, 1864, pg. 3

October 6, 1864
Private Andrew P. Carson, Co. B, 61st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Atlanta, Georgia, September 16, 1864, pg. 1

December 15, 1864
Article on the casualties suffered by Co. G, 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Battle of Franklin, pg. 3

1865

January 5, 1865
Article on the casualties suffered by Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Battle of Nashville, pg. 3

February 23, 1865
Articles on promotions in the 21st and 57th Ohio Infantry regiments, pg. 3

  Hancock Jeffersonian (Findlay, Ohio)

1861

April 26, 1861
Article on presentations of flags to companies of the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

May 3, 1861
Presentation of flag by citizens of Pleasanton Twp. and McComb to 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

May 31, 1861
Private Thomas Ray Morrison, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Portland, Jackson Co., Ohio, May 1861 and Quartermaster's Office, Camp Norton, Jackson Co., Ohio, May 26, 1861, pg. 3

June 14, 1861
Article on the death of Private Cyrus Hemery, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
First Lieutenant Joshua S. Preble, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Gallipolis, Ohio, May 29, 1861, pg. 3
Hospital Steward Thomas Ray Morrison, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Ohio, June 4, 1861, pg. 3

June 28, 1861
Article on the death of Private Cyrus Hemery, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry with resolution of sympathy from his company, pg. 3
"Mt. Blanchard Boys," Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Carrington, Gallipolis, Ohio, June 17, 1861, pg. 3

July 5, 1861
Article about the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry at Gallipolis, Ohio, pg. 2

July 12, 1861
Private David J. Thompson, Co. C, 7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Casement, Weston, Virginia, July 1, 1861, pg. 3

July 19, 1861
"M.P.B.," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Point Pleasant, Virginia, July 8, 1861, pg. 2
Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, no place, no date, pg. 3

July 26, 1861
Private Thomas Fitzgibbon, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Kanawha, Virginia, July 20, 1861, pg. 2
Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Kanawha, Virginia, July 20, 1861, pg. 2

August 2, 1861
Private Joseph F. Morrison, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Beverly, Randolph Co., Virginia, July 15, 1861, pg. 3

August 9, 1861
Colonel Jesse S. Norton, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Boat Marmora, mouth of Poca River, Virginia, July 22, 1861, pg. 3
Speech of Lieutenant Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, read while on dress parade at Camp Poca, Virginia, July 22, 1861, pg. 3
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp New Creek, Virginia, July 29, 1861, pg. 3

August 16, 1861
Article on the return of the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp New Creek, Virginia, August 7, 1861, pg. 3

August 23, 1861
Speech of Colonel Moses B. Walker, 31st Ohio Volunteer Infantry to the returning 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

August 30, 1861
Note from Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to ladies who have helped his company, pg. 3

October 4, 1861
Sergeant Samuel O. Thomas, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 49th Regt., O.V., Muldraugh Hill, Hardin Co., Kentucky, September 25, 1861, pg. 3

October 18, 1861
Sergeant Samuel O. Thomas, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 49th Regt., O.V.U.S.A., Muldraugh Hill, Kentucky, October 5, 1861, and Headquarters, 49th Regt. O.V., Camp Nevin, Hardin Co., Kentucky, October 11, 1861, pg. 3

November 1, 1861
Corporal Isaac W. Leonard, Co. H, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Nolin, Kentucky, October 20, 1861, pg. 2
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Fort Penelton, Maryland, October 25, 1861, pg. 2

November 8, 1861
Sergeant John H. Bolton, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 21st O.V.I., Hazel Green, Morgan Co., Kentucky, October 25, 1861, pg. 3
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp at Romney, Virginia, October 28, 1861, pg. 3

November 15, 1861
Private Samuel O. Thomas, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 49th Ohio, Camp Nevin, Kentucky, October 28, 1861, pg. 3 (4)
Sergeant John H. Morrell, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Wadsworth, Kentucky, October 28, 1861, pg. 3 (4)
"L.," 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, no place, no date, pg. 3 (4)

December 20, 1861
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Keys, Romney, Virginia, December 7, 1861, pg. 3

1862

January 3, 1862
"K.," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Jefferson, Kentucky, December 25, 1861, pg. 3

January 10, 1862
Private Samuel O. Thomas, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 49th Ohio, Camp Wood, Kentucky, December 26, 1861, pg. 3

January 17, 1862
"High Private," 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Wood, Kentucky, January 27, 1862, pg. 3

January 24, 1862
Article on the departure of the 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

January 31, 1862
Private Samuel O. Thomas, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 49th Regt., Camp Wood, Kentucky, January 22, 1862, pg. 3

February 7, 1862
"C.," 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Wood, Kentucky, January 27, 1862, pg. 3

February 14, 1862
Article on Colonel William Gibson, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry and his "drunkenness" while on duty in Kentucky, pg. 3

February 28, 1862
Captain Dwella M. Stoughton, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Bowling Green, Kentucky, February 18, 1862, pg. 3

April 11, 1862
Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 57th Regt. O.V.I., March 30, 1862 regarding the death of Adjutant Daniel S. Price and a resolution of sympathy, pg. 3

April 18, 1862
Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 57th Regt., O.V.I., 3 miles from Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, April 9, 1862, pg. 2
First Lieutenant Daniel Gilbert, Co. F, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Shiloh, Tennessee, April 10, 1862, pg. 2
Article on Private Samuel M. Dixon, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry who was wounded at Shiloh, pg. 2

April 25, 1862
Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 57th Regt., O.V.I., Third Brigade, Fifth Division, Department of Tennessee, April 11, 1862 with casualty list for the Battle of Shiloh, pg. 3

May 2, 1862
Captain Albert Langworthy, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, In camp, near Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, April 13, 1862, pg. 3

May 16, 1862
Lieutenant Colonel Americus V. Rice "Major", 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 57th Regt., O.V.I., Department of Missouri, April 7, 1862, pg. 4
Quartermaster John McClure, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, April 9, 1862, pg. 4

May 30, 1862
Lieutenant Colonel Americus V. Rice, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 57th Regt. O.V.I., Camp No. 6 (near Corinth, Mississippi), May 15, 1862, pg. 2

June 27, 1862
P.F., Co. D, 87th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Chase, Ohio, June 22, 1862, pg. 3

August 15, 1862
Second Lieutenant Nicholas R. Park, Sergeant Thomas O. Chestnut, many others, Co. H, 66th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Western Sharpshooters, Camp near Corinth, Mississippi, July 17, 1862, pg. 3
Colonel William H. Gibson, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Tiffin, Ohio, August 8, 1862, pg. 3

August 29, 1862
"Buckeye," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Athens, Alabama, August 9, 1862, pg. 1
Captain Samuel F. Gray, Co. E, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Stevenson, Alabama, July 14, 1862, pg. 1
Private James W. McCracken, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Lima, near Lima, Ohio, August 23, 1862, pg. 3

September 5, 1862
Captain Harvey H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Athens, Alabama, August 16, 1862 with letter from the family of a deserter in his company, pg. 2 (3)

September 12, 1862
Private George W. Watson, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Athens, Alabama, August 4, 1862, pg. 3
Colonel Albert Langworthy, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Covington, Kentucky, September 8, 1862, pg. 3

September 19, 1862
Article on conduct of Colonel Albert Langworthy, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Hospital Steward James W. McCracken, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 99th Regt. O.V.I., near Covington, Kentucky, September 17, 1862, pg. 3
Surgeon Joseph T. Woods, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Covington, Kentucky, September 12, 1862, pg. 3
Lieutenant Colonel John C. Cummins, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Butler, Kentucky, September 12, 1862, pg. 3
Chaplain James M. Morrow, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Wallace, Kentucky, September 15, 1862, pg. 3
Colonel Albert Langworthy, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 12, 1862, pg. 3

September 26, 1862
First Lieutenant Martin L. Higgins, Co. I, 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Magnolia Hotel, Covington, Kentucky, September 1862, pg. 3
Article on the case of Colonel Albert Langworthy, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

October 3, 1862
Hospital Steward James W. McCracken, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 99th Regt. O.V.I., on board steamer Bostona, September 21, 1862, pg. 3

October 24, 1862
Major Stephen N. Bradford, 77th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, National Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky, October 12, 1862, pg. 1

October 31, 1862
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 4th O.V.I., Rodinor Heights, Virginia, October 23, 1862, pg. 3
First Lieutenant John C. Brown, Co. K, 20th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, no place, no date, pg. 3

November 7, 1862
Article on Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
"E. Durs," Co. H, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Boiling Fork, on Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, August 16, 1862, pg. 3

November 21, 1862
"Buckeye," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, October 26, 1862, pg. 3
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 4th O.V.I., Camp near Warrenton, Virginia, November 11, 1862, pg. 3

December 5, 1862
Speech of Colonel Moses B. Walker, 31st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
Surgeon Joseph T. Woods, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Medical Dept., Camp near Silver Creek, Kentucky, November 11, 1862, pg. 3

December 12, 1862
Samuel W. Reed, Moscow, Tennessee, November 21, 1862, pg. 3
"K.," Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, November 30, 1862, pg. 3
Second Lieutenant Alexander A. Monroe, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, December 3, 1862, pg. 3
Article on the death of Corporal Johnston Benham, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

December 19, 1862
Hospital Steward James W. McCracken, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, December 7, 1862, pg. 3
"C.D.," 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, no place, no date, pg. 3

1863

January 2, 1863
"S.W.," Co. G, 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Kimbrough's Bridge, Kentucky, December 27, 1862 with resolution, pg. 3

January 9, 1863
"H.," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Hamilton, Tennessee, December 24, 1862, pg. 3
First Lieutenant Charles G. Barnd, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp near Nashville, Tennessee, December 21, 1862, pg. 3
Article with casualties suffered by the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Stones River, pg. 3

January 23, 1863
Article on the death of Surgeon William D. Carlin, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

January 30, 1863
Article with casualties suffered by the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Stones River, pg. 3
Article with casualties suffered by the 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Stones River, pg. 3
Article on gallantry of Captain Samuel F. Gray, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Article on Privates Cyrus H., Darius R., and Corporal David Stoker, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

February 6, 1863
Article by Sergeant Wilson W. Brown, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry regarding the Andrews Raid, pg. 1
Article on Colonel Moses B. Walker, 31st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

February 13, 1863
Article on the death of Private Jackson Adam Painter, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry with resolution of sympathy, pg. 3

February 20, 1863
Article on Colonel Moses B. Walker, 31st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

February 27, 1863
Major George F. Walker, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 21st Regt. O.V.I., Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 16, 1863, pg. 2
Lieutenant Colonel Dwella M. Stoughton, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 21st Regt. O.V.I., Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 17, 1863, with certification of officers of the regiment
Colonel Granville Moody, 74th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 5, 1863, pg. 4

March 6, 1863
Corporal Washington Swank, Co. B, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 6, 1863, pg. 3
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of the 4th Regt., O.V.I., near Falmouth, Virginia, February 23, 1863 with resolution supporting the war
Captain Charles G. Barnd, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 24, 1863, pg. 3
"Soldier," Murfreesboro, Tennessee, February 18, 1863, pg. 3

March 13, 1863
Article with letter extracts from Private Jacob F. Oman (Co. B, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), Sergeant William Chapman (Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), Sergeant John H. Bolton (Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), and Private James W. Lanning (Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry), pg. 3
Article on the death of Captain Oliver P. Capell, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
"Mills," Battery D (4th), 1st Michigan Light Artillery, Headquarters, First Brigade, Third Division, 14th Army Corps, Department of Cumberland, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, March 5, 1863, pg. 3

March 20, 1863
Private John H. Morrell, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 21st Regt., O.V.I., near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, March 8, 1863, pg. 3

March 27, 1863
Article with letter extracts from Sergeant John J. Fry (Co. F, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry), Private Rufus Huber (Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and Captain Charles G. Barnd (Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry), pg. 3

April 3, 1863
Article with letter extracts from Private Napoleon "Poland" B. Plotner (Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry) and Private James M. Latham (Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), pg. 3

April 10, 1863
Corporal James B. Morrison, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Findlay, Ohio, April 9, 1863, pg. 3

April 17, 1863
Article with letter extracts from Second Lieutenant Jesse T. Hedges (Co. E, 115th Illinois Volunteer Infantry), Private Reuben Daniel Fabun (Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), Christopher S. Bolton (U.S. Signal Corps), pg. 3
Captain James A. Wilson, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Young's Point, Louisiana, March 28, 1863, pg. 3

April 24, 1863
Article on Andrew's Raid, pg. 1
First Sergeant Charles Wallace, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Drake, near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 4, 1863, pg. 3
"D.H.," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 15, 1863, pg. 3
First Sergeant Joseph Reynolds, Co. D, 14th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Lavergne, Tennessee, April 12, 1863, pg. 3

May 1, 1863
Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 16, 1863, pg. 3
Captain James A. Bope, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 99th Regt. O.V.I., near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 8, 1863, pg. 3

May 8, 1863
Article with letter extracts from Private George Kibler (Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 29, 1863), Private John L. Bibler (Co. B, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), Private David Beard (Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), pg. 3
Resolution from Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry condemning the Hancock Courier for its editorial course, pg. 3

May 15, 1863
Article with letter extracts from Captain John C. Brown (Co. K, 20th Indiana Volunteer Infantry), Private Henry Ream (Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), and Sergeant Daniel C. Siever (Co. G, 82nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry), pg. 3
Captain Charles G. Barnd, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, May 7, 1863, pg. 3

May 22, 1863
Corporal John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 4th Ohio Regt., opposite Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 9, 1863, pg. 1
Captain James A. Bope, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 99th Regt. O.V.I., Murfreesboro, Tennessee, May 7, 1863, pg. 1
Article on Colonel William Mungen, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry with speech given upon his leaving the regiment, pg. 2
Private Philip Bergman, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Drake, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 28, 1863, pg. 3
Private Peter Bergman, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, no place, no date, pg. 3

May 29, 1863
Sergeant James B. Jordan, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Drake, Tennessee, May 14, 1863, pg. 3

June 5, 1863 (misdated May 29, 1863)
Article from Surgeon Milton C. Woodsworth, medical director at Murfreesboro, Tennessee regarding abilities of Surgeon Joseph T. Woods, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
Private John H. Morrell, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of the 21st Regt., Murfreesboro, Tennessee, May 10, 1863, pg. 1
S.G. Lapham, Camp near Brook's Station, Virginia, May 21, 1863, pg. 1
Sergeant William F. Gibbs, Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Drake, Tennessee, May 14, 1863, pg. 3
Article on sword presentation to Colonel James M. Neibling, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

July 3, 1863
First Lieutenant Jacob R. Tussing, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Walnut Hills, near Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 15, 1863, pg. 1
Resolution regarding the resignation of Major George F. Walker, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
Resolution of sympathy on the death of Musician Andrew Adam Church, Co. H, 66th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

July 10, 1863
Article with letter extracts from Private Henry D. Hough (Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry) and Private John C. Lindsay (Co. D, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry), pg. 1

July 17, 1863
Sergeant Nelson S. Westcott, Co. H, 66th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Camp Davis, Mississippi River, no date, pg. 3

July 24, 1863
"C.," 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 99th O.V.I., June 17, 1863, pg. 1
Private Thomas Hay, Co. H, 41st Illinois Volunteer Infantry, no place, no date, pg. 1

July 31, 1863
Unknown, 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Kentucky, no date, pg. 1

August 7, 1863
Private Ephraim Johnston, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, McMinnville, Tennessee, July 10, 1863, pg. 1
Captain Charles G. Barnd, Co. G, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Co. G, 99th O.V.I., July 28, 1863, pg. 3
Resolution on the death of Corporal Lewis Bretz, Co. K, 65th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

August 14, 1863
Article on sword presentation to Colonel Peter T. Swaine, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Private Daniel L. Swank, Co. D, 102nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Fort Bruce, near Clarksville, Tennessee, July 24, 1863, pg. 3
Article on the death of Private Michael Hockenberger, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Article with letter extract Second Lieutenant William B. Richards, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

August 21, 1863
Resolution on the death of Corporal John H. McKinley, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Private Henry P. Fox, Co. B, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, near Decherd's Station, Tennessee, August 7, 1863, pg. 3

August 28, 1863
Private William Seifried, Co. G, 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, no place, no date, pg. 3

September 4, 1863
"C.," 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, camp of the 57th Regt., Walnut Hills, Mississippi, June 25, 1863, pg. 3
Corporal William H. Grable, Co. H, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. H, 57th Regt., Camp Sherman, Mississippi, August 15, 1863, pg. 3

September 11, 1863
Corporal George W. Hall, Co. F, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Sherman, Mississippi, August 15, 1863, pg. 3

September 18, 1863
Private James H. Gray and Private Philip Welch, Co. H, 66th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Camp Davis, Mississippi, September 2, 1863, pg. 1
Corporal Robert P. Redick, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 99th Regt. O.V.I., near Pikeville, Tennessee, August 30, 1863, pg. 1
Private Wallen Cameron, Co. H, 66th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Camp Davis, Mississippi, August 26, 1863, pg. 3

September 25, 1863
Private John H. Morrell, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, near Stevenson, Alabama, August 1863, pg. 1

October 2, 1863
Private Scott Hughes, Co. H, 66th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Camp Davis, Corinth, Mississippi, September 15, 1863, pg. 1
Private Henry D. Hough, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 21st O.V.I., Decherd Station, Tennessee, August 4, 1863, pg. 1
Article with letter extract from Private Levi M. Thomas, Co. G, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
Resolution on the death of Captain Philip Faulhaber, Co. B, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 1
Quartermaster Robert S. Mungen, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp near Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 21, 1863, pg. 3

October 9, 1863
Article with letter extract from Private Eli H. Dukes, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

October 23, 1863
Article with letter extract from Second Lieutenant Edward H. Ballard, Co. H, 74th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

October 30, 1863
Sergeant William Didway, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Tobacco House Prison, Richmond, Virginia, October 14, 1863, pg. 3
Second Lieutenant Daniel A. Richards, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Chattanooga, Tennessee regarding John and Thomas Fitzgibbon, pg. 3

November 6, 1863
"Buckeye," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of the 21st Regt. O.V.I., Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 15, 1863, pg. 1
Chaplain George S. Phillips, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 8, 1863, pg. 1
Sergeant John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 4th O.V.I., October 26, 1863, pg. 1
Article on conspicuous soldiers in Co. A, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the battle of Chickamauga, pg. 3
Sergeant John H. Morrell, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 21st O.V.I., Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 25, 1863 regarding the death of Private David S. Rosenberger, pg. 3

November 13, 1863
Hospital Steward James W. McCracken, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 99th Regt. O.V.I., Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 30, 1863, pg. 3
"Buckeye," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of the 21st Regt. O.V.I., Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 15, 1863, pg. 4
Chaplain George S. Phillips, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 8, 1863, pg. 4

November 20, 1863
Chaplain James M. Morrow, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 99th Regt. O.V.I., Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 29, 1863, pg. 1

November 27, 1863
Article with a list of casualties in the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Article on the death of Lieutenant Colonel Dwella M. Stoughton, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

December 11, 1863
Captain John C. Mathias, Co. A, 65th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 27, 1863, pg. 3
Major Samuel F. Gray, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, 49th O.V.I., Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 26, 1863, pg. 3
Philip Ford, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 26, 1863, pg. 3

December 25, 1863
Hospital Steward James W. McCracken, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Shell Mound, Tennessee, December 4, 1863, pg. 1

1864

February 12, 1864
Sergeant John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 4th O.V.I., 2nd Army Corps, near Culpeper, Virginia, January 27, 1864, pg. 1

February 19, 1864
Article on the history of the service of the 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

February 26, 1864
Article with speech of Colonel Moses B. Walker, 31st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
"Song of the Veteran," by Corporal William H. Grable, Co. H, 57th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry, pg. 4

March 4, 1864
Article on the death of Captain Joseph E. Stearns, formerly 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

March 11, 1864
"A Twenty-Firster," Findlay, Ohio, March 9, 1864, pg. 3
"Severus," 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cleveland, Tennessee, February 29, 1864, pg. 3

March 25, 1864
Captain Joshua S. Preble, Battery L, 1st Ohio Volunteer Heavy Artillery, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 10, 1864, pg. 1
Hospital Steward James W. McCracken, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cleveland, Tennessee, March 9, 1864, pg. 3

April 1, 1864
Corporal John Ward, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 21st Regt., Graysville, Georgia, March 20, 1864, pg. 3

April 22, 1864
Chaplain James M. Morrow, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cleveland, Tennessee, March 4, 1864, pg. 1
First Sergeant John H. Morrell, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 21st O.V.V.I., Graysville, Georgia, March 31, 1864, pg. 1
"C.J.," 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp 99th O.V.I., Cleveland, Tennessee, March 27, 1864, pg. 3

May 20, 1864
"Veteran," 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Graysville, Georgia, May 2, 1864, pg. 1
W. Young, Knoxville, Tennessee, May 4, 1864, pg. 1
Private Jacob B. Dunn, Co. I, 161st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cumberland, Maryland, May 14, 1864, pg. 3
Lieutenant Thomas C. Winders, Co. I, 161st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cumberland, Maryland, May 1864, pg. 3

May 27, 1864
C.H. Camp, Co. D, 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Blue Springs, Tennessee, April 30, 1864, pg. 1

June 3, 1864
Colonel James W. Stinchcomb, 17th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Ringgold, Georgia, April 26, 1864, pg. 1
Hospital Steward William M. Detweiler, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Georgia, May 21, 1864, pg. 3
Article concerning consolidation of the Hancock Co. militia companies and their distribution into the 133rd, 134th, and 161st Ohio regiments, pg. 3
Article on casualties sustained by the 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the battle of Resaca, pg. 3

June 10, 1864
Chaplain Jacob B. Dunn, 161st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Martinsburg, West Virginia, May 31, 1864, pg. 1
A.M. Keller, opposite Jeff Davis' plantation, Tensas Parish, Mississippi, May 16, 1864, pg. 3
Article with letter extract from Sergeant John W.H. Morrison, Co. A, 133rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Article on casualties sustained by the 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Atlanta campaign, pg. 3

June 24, 1864
First Sergeant John H. Morrell, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in line of battle, 20 miles north of Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1864, pg. 3

July 1, 1864v Article with casualties suffered by Co. G, 12th Ohio Volunteer cavalry at the battle of Mount Sterling, Kentucky, pg. 3
Article on return of Sergeant John W.F. Williams, Co. G, 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

July 8, 1864
Private William Taylor, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, behind breast works near Marietta, Georgia, June 22, 1864, pg. 3

July 22, 1864
Chaplain James W. Morrow, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Mitchell's House, Georgia, 4 miles north of Chattahoochee River, July 3, 1864, pgs. 1-2
First Lieutenant Jacob L. Keller, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp of 21st, near Chattahoochee River, Georgia, July 11, 1864, pg. 3
Article with casualties sustained by 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the battle of Vining's Station, pg. 3
Resolution on the death of First Sergeant John H. Morrell, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Article on the death of First Lieutenant Robert S. Dilworth, Co. I, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

July 29, 1864
Captain James A. Wilson, Co. G, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp in the field near Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia, June 28, 1864, camp in the field near Chattahoochee River, Georgia, July 11, 1864, pg. 1
Article on casualties sustained by the 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Atlanta campaign, pg. 3

August 5, 1864
Private Joseph Smart, Co. G, 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, A.C.S. Office, Kingston, Tennessee, July 12, 1864, pg. 1

August 19, 1864
Quartermaster N.A. Gray, 27th United States Colored Troops, Camp near Petersburg, Virginia, August 6, 1864, pg. 3

August 26, 1864
Private Edwin Parker, Battery L, 1st Ohio Volunteer Heavy Artillery, Loudon, Tennessee, August 5, 1864, pg. 3

October 14, 1864
Colonel Americus V. Rice, 57th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Kalida, Ohio, October 7, 1864, pg. 2

October 21, 1864
Article with letter extract from First Lieutenant Christian M. Bush, Co. C, 65th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

November 11, 1864
Article on the return of Sergeant William Didway, Co. A, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

November 25, 1864
Article with resolution on the death of Sergeant Franklin W. Nigh, Co. G, 118th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

1865

January 13, 1865
Article on the death of Private Christian Kanzig, Co. K, 65th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

February 3, 1865
Private Eli Ream, Co. G, 50th (99th) Ohio Volunteer Infantry, camp near Griffin, Tennessee, January 9, 1865, pg. 3

March 3, 1865
Article on the exchange and return of Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg.3

April 7, 1865
Article with resolution on the death of Private Harvey M. Clark, Co. G, 178th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

April 14, 1865
"W.F.," Battery L, 1st Ohio Heavy Artillery, Greeneville, Tennessee, March 25, 1865, pg. 3

April 28, 1865
"Prison Life in the South, Pt. I" by Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

May 5, 1865
"Prison Life in the South, Pt. II" by Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Article with list of Hancock County soldiers on the Sultana, pg. 3

May 12, 1865
"Prison Life in the South, Pt. III" by Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

May 19, 1865
"Prison Life in the South, Pt. IV" by Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

May 26, 1865
"Prison Life in the South, Pt. V" by Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

June 2, 1865
"Prison Life in the South, Pt. VI" by Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3
Article with list of Hancock County soldiers buried at Andersonville, pg. 3

June 9, 1865
"Prison Life in the South, Pt. VII" by Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

June 16, 1865
"Prison Life in the South, Pt. VIII" by Captain Henry H. Alban, Co. F, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, pg. 3

June 23, 1865
Article on Corporal Robert P. Redick, Co. D, 99th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and his return from prisoner of war camp, pg. 3

Petroleum V. Nasby Letters from the Hancock Jeffersonian (Findlay, Ohio)

1862
April 25, 1862, May 2, 1862, June 6, 1862, June 13, 1862, July 4, 1862, July 18, 1862, August 8, 1862, August 29, 1862, November 7, 1862, November 28, 1862

1863
January 2, 1863, March 6, 1863, March 27, 1863, May 15, 1863, May 22, 1863, July 3, 1863, July 10, 1863 (2), July 24, 1863, July 31, 1863, August 14, 1863, August 28, 1863, September 4, 1863, September 11, 1863, September 25, 1863, October 2, 1863, October 9, 1863, October 16, 1863, October 23, 1863, October 30, 1863, November 6, 1863, November 13, 1863, November 20, 1863, November 27, 1863, December 11, 1863, December 18, 1863, December 25, 1863

1864
January 1, 1864, January 8, 1864, January 15, 1864, January 22, 1864, January 29, 1864, February 5, 1864, February 12, 1864, February 19, 1864, February 26, 1864, March 4, 1864, March 18, 1864, March 25, 1864, April 8, 1864, May 20, 1864, May 27, 1864, June 3, 1864, June 10, 1864, June 17, 1864, June 24, 1864, July 1, 1864, July 8, 1864, July 15, 1864, July 22, 1864, August 5, 1864, August 12, 1864, September 2, 1864, September 9, 1864, September 23, 1864, September 30, 1864, October 21, 1864, October 28, 1864, November 11, 1864, November 18, 1864, November 25, 1864, December 2, 1864, December 9, 1864, December 23, 1864

1865
January 20, 1865, February 3, 1865, February 17, 1865, February 24, 1865, March 17, 1865