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Civil War Newspapers: Toledo Daily Commercial

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 the Toledo Daily Commercial 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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January 1863

7 "A.E.P." Memphis, Tennessee, December 26, 1862p.2
9 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Camp of Rousseau's Division, Camp Andy Johnson, Tennessee, December 23, 1862
William Brown, 27th Ohio Infantry, Oxford, Mississippi, December 18, 1862
p.2
16 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Camp of Regular Brigade, 3rd Division, January 10, 1863p.2
21 Article about the 111th Ohio Infantry in Kentucky
Private Albert Welch, Co. B, 27th Ohio Infantry, Corinth, Mississippi, January 10, 1863
p.1
p.2
22 "S.W.C." Fort Clinch, Amelia Island, Florida, January 5, 1863p.2
28 Member, Co. A, 100th Ohio Infantry, Frankfort, Kentucky, January 21, 1863p.2

February 1863

2 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Camp of Centre, 1st Division, 14th Army Corps, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, January 23, 1863p.2
3 "A.E.P" Memphis, Tennessee, January 26, 1863p.2
5 Lieutenant Colonel Patrick S. Slevin, 100th Ohio Infantry, Camp near Frankfort, Kentucky, January 1863p.2
6 "C.H.S." 100th Ohio Infantry, Frankfort, Kentucky, February 2, 1863p.2
7 Private Herbert H. Walker, Battery H, 1st Ohio Light Artillery, Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, January 24, 1863p.2
10 Member, 100th Ohio Infantry, Frankfort, Kentucky, February 3, 1863p.3
13 Private Patrick O'Neal, Co. E, 100th Ohio Infantry, Frankfort, Kentucky, February 8, 1863p.2
14 "S.G.D." 67th Ohio Infantry, Beaufort, South Carolina, January 26, 1863p.2
17 Private Augustus C. May, Co. B, 14th Ohio Infantry, Camp at Lavergne, Tennessee, February 4, 1863p.2
25 Article on the 7th Michigan Cavalryp.1
28 Colonel Robert K. Scott, 68th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 68th Regiment, O.V.I., Memphis, Tennessee, February 15, 1863p.2

March 1863

5 "Typo", Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Bowling Green, Kentucky, February 26, 1863p.2
6 "T.S." 27th Ohio Infantry, Camp near Corinth, Mississippi, February 23, 1863p.2
12 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Bowling Green, Kentucky, March 3, 1863p.2
17 "Drum Head" 14th Ohio Infantry, Camp at Lavergne, Tennessee, March 9, 1863p.2
19 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Bowling Green, Kentucky, March 11, 1863p.2
26 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Louisville, Kentucky, March 23, 1863p.2
28 "C.H.S." 100th Ohio Infantry, Lexington, Kentucky, March 20, 1863p.2
31 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Bowling Green, Kentucky, March 23, 1863p.2

April 1863

1 "T." 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th Regt. O.V.I., April 23, 1863p.2
10 First Sergeant William D. Munn, 21st Ohio Battery, Headquarters 21st Battery, Camp Dennison, Ohio, April 5, 1863p.2
14 "C." 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Camp Stanley, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 6, 1863
"Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, April 7, 1863
Lieutenant Colonel Patrick S. Slevin, 100th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 100th Regiment, O.V.I., near Crab Orchard, Kentucky, April 7, 1863
p.1
p.2
15 "Soldier" Battery H, 1st Ohio Light Artillery, Camp near Falmouth, Virginia, April 8, 1863p.1
20 Colonel Robert K. Scott, 68th Ohio Infantry, Vista Landing, Louisiana, April 3, 1863p.2
23 "C.C.D." Signal Corps, Army of the Potomac, Headquarters 6th Corps, April 14, 1863p.2

May 1863

5 "Spencer" 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of 111th Regiment, O.V.I., Bowling Green, Kentucky, April 28, 1863p.3
6 G.H. Brooks, U.S. Steamer Arizona, 25 miles above Brashear City, Louisiana, at anchor at Bayou Teche, April 16, 1863p.2
8 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at Beautee La Rose, Louisiana, April 23, 1863p.1
12 Brigadier General Milo S. Hascall, Headquarters District of Indiana, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 5, 1863p.2
13 Private Augustus C. May, Co. B, 14th Ohio Infantry, Camp at Lavergne, Tennessee, May 6, 1863p.2
14 Private William E. Parmalee, Jr., Battery H, 1st Ohio Light Artillery, in old stockades, old camp, near Falmouth, Virginia, May 8, 1863
"E.M.S." 111th Ohio Infantry, Bowling Green, Kentucky, May 6, 1863
p.1
p.2
16 "C.H.S." 100th Ohio Infantry, Camp Wild Cat, Kentucky, May 8, 1863p.2
18 Private John L. Pray, Battery H, 1st Ohio Light Artillery, Camp near Falmouth, Virginia, May 11, 1863p.2
21 "K.M.S." 111th Ohio Infantry, Bowling Green, Kentucky, May 14, 1863
First Sergeant William D. Munn, 21st Ohio Independent Battery, Camp Dennison, Ohio, May 16, 1863
p.2
22 First Lieutenant Harrison L. Holloway, 21st Ohio Independent Battery, Headquarters 21st Ohio Battery, O.V.A., on board the U.S. gunboat Exchange, Kentucky shore, opposite Cincinnati, May 19, 1863p.1
23 "Leumas" Co. F, 111th Ohio Infantry, Fort Baker, Bowling Green, Kentucky, May 16, 1863
Poem entitled "Company H, 111th Ohio Volunteers" by Corporal Adolphus J. Tebrau, Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry
p.2
25 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, 1st Division, 14th Army Corps, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, May 18, 1863p.2
28 Private John H. Smith, Co. I, 67th Ohio Infantry, Camp Howell, Folly Island, South Carolina, May 15, 1863p.2

June 1863

9 First Sergeant William D. Munn, 21st Ohio Independent Battery, Camp Dennison, Ohio, June 6, 1863p.2
10 Article on casualties in the 37th Ohio Infantryp.1
18 Colonel Patrick S. Slevin, 100th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 100th Regiment, O.V.I., Mount Vernon, Kentucky, June 11, 1863p.2
19 Colonel Robert K. Scott, 68th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 68th O.V.I., Rear of Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 8, 1863p.1
27 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 14th Army Corps, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, June 21, 1863p.2
29 "H.S." 68th Ohio Infantry, Rear of Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 16, 1863p.2

July 1863

1 Second Lieutenant Samuel R. Adams, Co. A, 68th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 68th O.V.I., 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, Rear of Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 17, 1863p.2
4 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, 15 miles above Port Hudson, Mississippi River, June 17, 1863p.2
11 Major Horace Howland, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Tennessee, July 1863p.2
17 Adjutant Henry T. Bissell, 111th Ohio Infantry, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 14, 1863p.2
20 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Camp on the line of July, en route to Pelham, Tennessee, July 7, 1863p.2
21 Major Horace Howland, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, in camp near Decherd, Tennessee, July 5, 1863
"Drum Head" 14th Ohio Infantry, Camp Hungry, Elk River, Tennessee, July 4, 1863
p.1
p.2
22 Major Horace Howland, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, no date, no place (Tennessee July 1863)p.1
25 "Leumas" Co. F, 111th Ohio Infantry, no date, no placep.1
28 Colonel William H. Gibson, 49th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 49th Regiment, O.V.I., Tullahoma, Tennessee, July 13, 1863p.1
31 Corporal Benjamin F. Mattern, Co. K, 38th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters Company K, 38th O.V.I., Camp Thomas, Tennessee, July 23, 1863p.2

August 1863

3 Tribute to the memory of Corporal Thomas Dunn, Co. K, 25th Ohio Infantryp.2
10 Lieutenant Colonel Henry D. Kingsbury, 14th Ohio Infantry, Camp Winchester, Tennessee, July 28, 1863p.1
12 Member, 111th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters, 111th Regt. O.V.I., Lebanon, Kentucky, August 6, 1863p.2
14 "A.E.P." Memphis, Tennessee, August 10, 1863p.1
20 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, 1st Division, 14th Army Corps, Cowan Station, Tennessee, August 10, 1863p.2
22 "A.E.P." Memphis, Tennessee, August 17, 1863p.2
24 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th Regt., near New Market, Kentucky, August 16, 1863
Major Horace Howland, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Winchester, Tennessee, August 11, 1863
p.1
p.2
27 Second Lieutenant Christopher C. Clay, Co. C, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Camp 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Camp 3rd O.V.C., near Winchester, Tennessee, August 17, 1863p.1
29 "A.E.P." Memphis, Tennessee, August 24, 1863p.2
31 Captain John J. Clark, Co. C, 14th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 14th O.V.I., Battle Creek Valley, Tennessee, August 25, 1863p.2

September 1863

4 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Camp, August 29, 1863p.1
5 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, in camp on Cumberland Mountains, near Jamestown, Tennessee, August 28, 1863p.1
7 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp on Cumberland Hills, 2 miles south of Cumberland River, near Creelsburg, Kentucky, August 23, 1863
"Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th O.V.I., Albany, Kentucky, August 24, 1863
p.1
8 "Guerilla" 1st Pioneer Squadron, Headquarters 1st Pioneer Squadron near Stevenson, Alabama, August 26, 1863p.2
10 "C.H.S." 100th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 1st brigade, 2nd Division, 23rd Army Corps, on the mountains, 12 miles from Huntsville, Tennessee, August 1863
"Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, 1st Division, 14th Army Corps, Stevenson, Alabama, September 3, 1863
p.2
16 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of 111th Regt., O.V.I. near Millersville, Kentucky, August 21, 1863p.1
25 Corporal William W. Potes, Co. I, 67th Ohio Infantry, Morris Island, South Carolina, September 7, 1863p.1
26 Article on the 67th Ohio Infantry national battle flagp.1
28 Surgeon George A. Collamore, 100th Ohio Infantry, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 17, 1863
"Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona off New Orleans, Louisiana, September 4, 1863
p.1
p.2
29 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of 111th O.V.I., 18 miles from Knoxville, Tennessee, September 3, 1863
"Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp on the Cumberland Mountains near Montgomery, Tennessee, August 30, 1863
p.1
p.2
30 Sergeant Charles H. Sprague, Co. E, 100th Ohio Infantry, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 13, 1863p.1

October 1863

2 First Sergeant Webster C. Shepard, Co. H, 68th Ohio Infantry, Vicksburg, Mississippi, September 3, 1863
Private John H. Smith, Co. I, 67th Ohio Infantry, Morris Island, South Carolina, September 23, 1863
"Quince" 68th Ohio Infantry, Vicksburg, Mississippi, September 7, 1863
p.2
5 Poem entitled "The Third O.V.C."p.2
6 Article on casualties in the 14th Ohio Infantry at Chickamaugap.1
8 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 26, 1863p.2
14 "W." Gallatin, Tennessee, October 3, 1863p.2
15 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Sabine Pass, September 12, 1863p.2
16 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th Ohio, Loudon, Tennessee, October 1 and 3, 1863
"Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Pilot Town, southwest pass, Mississippi, September 23, 1863
p.2
17 Private Augustus C. May, Co. B, 14th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 14th Ohio Volunteers, Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 30, 1863p.2
19 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 3, 1863p.2
24 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 13, 1863p.2

November 1863

2 Poem entitled "The Battle of Chickamauga"p.2
4 Major Isaac R. Sherwood, 111th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 111th Regt., O.V.I. Loudon, Tennessee, October 14, 1863p.2
6 "C.H.S." 100th Ohio Infantry, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 24, 1863p.2
9 Officers of the 100th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 3rd Division, 23rd Army Corps, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 26, 1863p.2
13 "Ord" 100th Ohio Infantry, 3rd Division, 23rd Army Corps, Headquarters, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 30, 1863p.2
23 "Leumas" Co. F, 111th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 23rd Army Corps, Camp near Loudon, Tennessee, November 6, 1863p.2

December 1863

4 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Sabine Pass, October 31, 1863p.2
5 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Sabine Pass, November 10, 1863p.2
7 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Galveston, Texas, November 15, 1863p.2
8 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 28, 1863p.2
11 Article on casualties in the 37th Ohio Infantry
"Drum Head" 14th Ohio Infantry, Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 30, 1863
p.1
p.2
16 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona,, at anchor off Sabine Pass, December 20, 1863p.2
18 Resolutions on the death of Colonel E.H. Phelps, 38th Ohio Infantryp.1
19 Article on the 38th Ohio Infantryp.1
21 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, on a man o' war cruise at sea, November 28, 1863p.2
28 "Leumas" Co. F, 111th Ohio Infantry, Knoxville, Tennessee, December 1, 1863p.2
30 Article about Private William James, Co. E, 100th Ohio Infantryp.1

January 1864

4 Article on the proposed reception for the 14th Ohio Infantryp.1
6 Article on the return of the 14th Ohio Infantryp.1
12 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Brashear City, December 26, 1863p.2
15 Article on the return of the 38th Ohio Infantryp.1
20 Article on the 111th Ohio Infantry in east Tennesseep.2
26 "M." Co. G, 128th Ohio Infantry, Camp Cleveland, Ohio, January 24, 1864p.2
28 Article on the return of the 82nd Ohio Infantryp.1
29 "T.L.C." 1st Division, 14th Army Corps, Chattanooga, Tennessee, January 17, 1864p.2
30 Poem entitled "The 111th O.V.I."p.2

February 1864

2 Article on the reception of the 44th Indiana Infantry at Ft. Waynep.1
5 Article on the return of Co. K, 25th Ohio Infantryp.1
8 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Brashear City, Louisiana, January 15, 1864p.2
12 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Brashear City, Louisiana, January 28, 1864p.2
18 "G.H.P." Union Light Guards, Washington, D.C., February 10, 1864p.2
19 "Young Neptune" U.S. Steamer Arizona, at anchor off Brashear City, Louisiana, February 3, 1864
Colonel John A. Shannon, 1st U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery, Knoxville, Tennessee, February 4, 1864
p.2
24 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of 111th O.V.I., Extreme Front, February 7, 1864p.1
26 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th Ohio, in front of Knoxville, Tennessee, February 10, 1864p.2
27 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th Ohio, Knoxville, Tennessee, February 16, 1864p.1

March 1864

1 "Drum Head" 14th Ohio Infantry, Barracks No. 2, Nashville, Tennessee, February 25, 1864p.2
2 Article on the reception of the 30th Indiana Infantry at Ft. Wayne
"Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th Ohio, outpost in front of Knoxville, Tennessee, February 14, 1864
p.1
p.2
3 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th Ohio, front of Knoxville, Tennessee, February 18, 1864p.2
4 "Typo" Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th Ohio, front of Knoxville, Tennessee, February 22, 1864p.2
24 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, March 15, 1864p.2

April 1864

15 "C.S.H." Co. H, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th O.V.I., Mossy Creek, Tennessee, April 1-2, 1864p.2
19 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Nashville, Tennessee, April 13, 1864p.2
28 "M.W." Co. C, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, in camp 1 1/2 miles west of Columbia, Tennessee, April 16, 1864p.2

May 1864

9 "Liberty" 100th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 100th Regt., O.V.I., Bull's Gap, Tennessee, April 22, 1864p.2
16 "Liberty" 100th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 100th Regt., Bull's Gap, Tennessee, April 26, 1864p.2
19 Article on casualties in the 67th Ohio Infantryp.1
24 Article on casualties in 37th, 100th, and 111th Ohio regiments at the Battle of Resacap.1
25 Chaplain John Crabbs, 67th Ohio Infantry, Camp 67th O.V.V.I., (Virginia), May 10, 1864p.2
26 "Pork & Beans" Battery H, 5th U.S. Light Artillery, Camp near Nashville, Tennessee, May 19, 1864p.2
27 Article on casualties in the 67th Ohio Infantryp.1
30 Lieutenant Colonel Isaac R. Sherwood, 111th Ohio Infantry, camp of the 111th Ohio Infantry, 5 miles south of Cassville, Georgia, May 21, 1864
Article on casualties in the 67th Ohio Infantry
p.1
31 Adjutant Wesley S. Thurstin, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th O.V.I., Cartersville, Georgia, May 21, 1864p.2

June 1864

13 Chaplain Ambrose Hollington, 111th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters, 2nd Division, 23rd Army Corps, near Dallas, Georgia, May 30, 1864p.2
14 Article on the 130th Ohio Infantry at Washington, D.C.p.1
16 "C.S." 100th Ohio Infantry, in the field, Altoona, Mountains, 40 miles into Georgia, May 25-30, 1864p.2
17 "H." 130th Ohio Infantry at Washington, D.C., June 11, 1864p.2
18 Article on the sick and injured of the 67th Ohio Infantry
"Tone" 68th Ohio Infantry, no date, no place (Georgia, June 1864)
p.1
p.2
20 "Bayard" Co. G, 163rd Ohio Infantry, Headquarters Company G, 163rd Regiment, O.N.G., Fort Reno, D.C., May 26, 1864p.2
22 Second Lieutenant Henry E. Corey, Co. G, 163rd Ohio Infantry, Point of Rocks, Virginia, June 15, 1864p.4
24 Article on casualties in the 100th Ohio Infantry
Lieutenant Colonel Horace Howland, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Camp of the 3rd O.V.C., near Big Shanty, Georgia, June 13, 1864
p.2
25 Adjutant Wesley S. Thurstin, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 111th O.V.I., near Acworth, Georgia, June 8, 1864p.4

July 1864

1 Private Daniel W. Will, Co. C, 100th Ohio Infantry, Chattanooga, Tennessee, June 7, 1864p.4
2 Second Lieutenant Addison S. Clark, Co. G, 100th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 100th Regt. O.V.I., in the field near Dallas, Georgia, June 9, 1864p.2
4 Colonel Patrick S. Slevin, 100th Ohio Infantry, 2nd Division, 100th Regt. O.V.I., in camp near Marietta, Georgia, June 21, 1864p.2
12 Article on prisoners of the 21st Ohio Infantryp.2
20 Resolution against Assistant Surgeon C.M. Chalfant, 111th Ohio Infantryp.2
22 First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Camp near Point of Rocks, Virginia, June 30, 1864p.2
23 First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Camp near Point of Rocks, Virginia, July 2, 1864p.2
25 First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Camp near Point of Rocks, Virginia, July 6, 1864p.2
26 Article on casualties in the 111th Ohio Infantry
First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Camp near Point of Rocks, Virginia, July 1864
p.1
p.2
27 First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Camp near Point of Rocks, Virginia, July 1864p.2
29 Member, Co. F, 144th Ohio Infantry, Annapolis Junction, Maryland, July 20, 1864p.2
30 Funeral of Major General James B. McPhersonp.2

August 1864

1 First Lieutenant Christopher C. Clay, Co. F, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Camp near Ruffs, Georgia, July 5, 1864p.2
2 Article on casualties in the 68th Ohio Infantryp.1
3 Article on casualties in the 37th Ohio Infantry
Corporal John H. Smith, Co. I, 67th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 67th O.V.I., 10th Army Corps, Line of Defences, Bermuda Hundred, Virginia, July 26, 1864
p.1
p.2
6 Sergeant Leverett H. Clendenin, Co. I, 47th Ohio Infantry, Camp of 47th O.V.V.I., July 25, 1864p.1
8 Private Edward A. Bigelow, Co. F, 68th Ohio Infantry, before Atlanta, Georgia, July 24, 1864p.2
10 Casualties in the 27th, 37th, and 68th Ohio Infantry regimentsp.2
13 First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Camp near Battery Walker, Virginia, August 6, 1864p.2
15 Article on captured men of the 14th and 38th Ohio Infantry regiments
First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Camp Battery Walker, Virginia, August 6, 1864
p.1
p.2
16 Article on casualties in the 100th Ohio Infantry
First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Camp Battery Walker, Virginia, August 6, 1864
p.1
p.2
20 Article on casualties in the 14th and 38th Ohio Infantry regiments
Surgeon George A. Collamore, 100th Ohio Infantry, before Atlanta, Georgia, August 10, 1864
p.1
p.2
23 Principal Musician Benjamin F. Stowe, 67th Ohio Infantry, Turkey Bend, James River, Virginia, August 16, 1864p.2
27 Private Francis L. Nichols, Co. C, 130th Ohio Infantry, Fort Powhattan, Virginia, August 21, 1864p.1

September 1864

5 "Tom" 68th Ohio Infantry, before Atlanta, Georgia, August 12, 1864p.2
8 First Sergeant Don A. Pease, Co. B, 130th Ohio Infantry, Fort Powhattan, Virginia, August 20, 1864
Lieutenant Colonel Horace Howland, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Headquarters 3rd Ohio Cavalry, near Atlanta, Georgia, August 25, 1864
p.2
13 Article on the return of the 130th Ohio Infantryp.1
14 Article on casualties in the 21st Ohio Infantryp.1
15 Article on casualties in the 14th Ohio Infantryp.1
16 Chaplain N.S. Page, 182nd Ohio Infantry, Island House, Toledo, Ohio, September 14, 1864p.2
19 Sergeant Patrick Murphey, Co. D, 67th Ohio Infantry, Camp of the 67th Regt. Ohio Volunteers, in front of Petersburg, Virginia, September 7, 1864
"S." 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Camp near Buck Head, Georgia, August 22, 1864
p.2
26 Article on casualties in the 14th and 38th Ohio Infantry regimentsp.2

October 1864

6 "Squire Johnson" 18th Michigan Infantry, Decatur, Alabama, September 27, 1864p.2
7 Article on casualties in the 14th Ohio Infantry
"Meridth" 100th Ohio Infantry, Decatur, Alabama, September 21, 1864
Article on casualties in the 100th Ohio Infantry
p.1
p.1
p.2
13 Lieutenant Colonel Horace Howland, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, Headquarters, 3rd O.V.V. Cavalry, Cross Keys, Georgia, September 14, 1864p.2
21 Article on casualties in the 67th Ohio Infantryp.1
22 Chaplain N.S. Page, 182nd Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 182nd O.V.I., Toledo, Ohio, October 21, 1864p.1
25 Article on the departure of the 182nd Ohio Infantryp.1
26 Brigadier General William P. Carlin, Headquarters, 1st Division, 14th Army Corps, near Atlanta, Georgia, October 1, 1864p.2
27 Captain James Morgan, Co. B, 27th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters, 27th O.V.V.I., Marietta, Georgia, October 12, 1864p.1

November 1864

3 Article on casualties in the 67th Ohio Infantryp.1
7 Article on casualties in the 67th Ohio Infantryp.1
11 Colonel Lewis Butler, 182nd Ohio Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, November 5, 1864p.2
22 Adjutant Wesley S. Thurstin, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th Regiment, O.V.I., Johnsonville, Tennessee, November 8, 1864p.2

December 1864

7 Article on casualties in the Battle of Franklinp.1
8 Article on casualties in the 100th Ohio Infantry at the Battle of Franklin
Lieutenant Colonel Isaac R. Sherwood, 111th Ohio Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, December 3, 1864
p.1
p.2
9 Casualties in the 49th Ohio Infantry at the Battle of Franklinp.1
10 "Leumas" Co. F, 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th O.V.I., Nashville, Tennessee, December 5, 1864p.2
12 Article on casualties in the 25th Ohio Infantry at the Battle of Honey Hillp.1
13 Surgeon George A. Collamore, 100th Ohio Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, December 6, 1864p.1
23 Article on casualties in the 49th Ohio at the Battle of Nashvillep.1
31 Captain Henry G. Neubert, Co. C, 14th Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 14th O.V.V.I., near Savannah, Georgia, December 18, 1864
"Typo" 182nd Ohio Infantry, Nashville, Tennessee, December 20, 1864
p.1
p.2

January 1865

2 "Lunis" 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th Regiment O.V.I., near Columbia, Tennessee, December 24, 1864p.2
6 Private Charles H. Sprague, Co. E, 100th Ohio Infantry, Asylum, U.S.A. General Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee, December 27, 1864p.2
8 "Typo" 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th O.V.I., Columbia, Tennessee, December 28, 1864p.2
17 Article about a sword presentation in the 67th Ohio Infantryp.1
20 Major James D. Platt, 10th Ohio Cavalry, Camp 10th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, near Savannah, Georgia, December 19, 1864p.1
25 "Typo" 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th O.V.I., Columbia, Tennessee, January 1, 1865p.2
27 "Typo" 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th O.V.I., Wayne Co., Tennessee, January 6, 1865p.2
28 "Typo" 111th Ohio Infantry, Camp 111th O.V.I., on Tennessee River, Clifton, Tennessee, January 10, 1865
Colonel Lewis Butler, 182nd Ohio Infantry, Headquarters 182nd O.V.I., Nashville, Tennessee, January 12, 1864
p.2

March 1865

7 Private Charles H. Sprague, Co. E, 100th Ohio Infantry, Asylum U.S.A. General Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee, February 27, 1865
"Ithuriel" Camp Chase, Ohio, February 28, 1865
p.2
8 Article on the 188th and 189th Ohio Infantry regimentsp.4
23 Article on Colonel John R. Bond of the 111th Ohio Infantryp.2
30 Article on the return of the 100th Ohio Infantry battle flagp.4

April 1865

4 Private Charles H. Sprague, Co. E, 100th Ohio Infantry, Asylum U.S.A. General Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 23, 1865p.2
21 Surgeon James Westfall, 67th Ohio Infantry, Appomattox Station, 23 miles from Lynchburg, Virginia, April 10, 1865p.4
24 Private Charles H. Sprague, Co. E, 100th Ohio Infantry, Officers' U.S.A. General Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee, April 11, 1865p.2

May 1865

9 Colonel Henry D. Kingsbury, 189th Ohio Infantry, Huntsville, Alabama, April 24, 1865p.3