COMPANY  A  OFFICERS  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

 

CORPORALS  and  SERGEANTS  of  Co.  A  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

 

 

Ater, George A.  22  (1841 - 1921)  Born in OH to to Casper and Elizabeth Collins Ater;  Casper's father was Wilhelm and one of Wilhelm's brothers was Jacob (Sr) and one of Jacob's sons was Samuel (Stay with me, here), making Samuel and Casper first cousins;  Two of Samuel's sons were Jacob C. Ater and James Ater, whose bios appear in the box below this one;  Thus, Cpl George A., Jacob C., and James were second cousins (whew!);  George A mustered in as a Pvt;  Appointed Cpl on 10 Jan 63;  Mustered out early on 18 May 65; George married Lucinda Jane Ater in 1867 (I am guessing that she is a cousin, but my brain is swirling with Aters and I can't keep all the family lines straight!);  George was a Farmer in Pickaway Co for most of his life; however, at the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Carey, Wyandot County, OH; He was buried in Pickaway Co in the Brown's Chapel Cemetery

 

 

Furniss, Erastus  26  (1837 - 1921)  He was born in OH to Isaac and Elizabeth Furniss; Mustered in as a Pvt, but was appointed Cpl on 10 Jan 63;  He mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65;    He married Maria E. Miliken in 1866;  By 1880, he and his family had relocated to KS, where he spent the rest of his life, a lifelong Farmer;  He was buried in Miami Co, KS 

 

Hodges, William J.  31  (1832 - 1889)  Born in what is now West Virginia;  Married Julia A. Watcher in Fairfield, OH in 1858;  Mustered in as Sgt, but was reduced to Pvt on 20 Apr 63 (I don't know why);  He would be discharged on 31 Dec 63 from Bridgeport, AL on a Surgeon's Certificate;  His civilian occupation was Blacksmith;  He and his wife had 12 children and resided in Mt. Sterling, OH;  He applied for an Invalid's Penson in 1884 from OH;  He died of Consumption (Tuberculosis) and was buried in the Pleasant Cemetery in Madison Co, OH;  His widow applied to receive her Pension in 1889;  She also indicated on the 1890 Veterans' Census that William contracted lung disease during the War

Hudson, William D.  30   (1833 - 1883)  Mustered in as a Pvt but very quickly appointed 1 Sgt on 26 Aug 62; Would be made 2 Lt on 27 Nov 63 (although there is no record of his being mustered in to that rank);  He would be promoted to 1 Lt of Co I on 13 Jul 64

 

 

Huffman, John H.  19  (1843 - )  Mustered in as a Cpl;  Would be wounded at Chickamauga;  Was appointed Sgt on 20 Jul 64;  Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Reeseville, OH

 

McGuire,  John W.  20  (1842 - 1923)  Born in OH to Thomas and Catherine McGuire;  Lived nearly all of his life in Pickaway Co, OH;  Mustered in on 7 Aug 62 as a Pvt;  Was appointed Cpl on 9 Jan 63; Would be appointed Sgt on 1 Jan 65;  Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65;  Married Sarah Elizabeth Fullin in 1867;  Worked a variety of jobs, from Farmer to Hotel Keeper; At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Derby, Pickaway Co, OH;  He died and is buried in Muhlenberg, Pickaway Co, OH

 

Pritchard, David*  19  (1843 - 1864)  Mustered in as a Cpl on 26 Aug 62;  Would be appointed Sgt on 1 Oct 63;  He died at Ooltewah, TN on 8 Mar 64

Shannon, Henry  24  (1839 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt;  Was appointed Cpl on 28 Sep 62;  Was made Sgt on 27Apr 63;  He would be wounded at Chickamauga;  Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Asheville, OH 

 

 

 

Sheets, John W.  20  (1843 -  )  Mustered in as a Cpl, but was reduced to Pvt on 29 Mar 63;  Would be wounded at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63--he was also captured, but was immediately paroled on the battlefield (due to his injuries?);  Mustered out with the rest of the company;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Derby, OH

 

 

 

Thrall, Charles W.  29  (1834 - )  Mustered in as a Cpl on 26 Aug 62;  Was appointed Sgt 14 Jan 63;  Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65

 

 

 

 

Tumbleson, Luther  20  (1843 - )  Mustered in as a Cpl, but was reduced to Pvt on 1 Oct 63;  Would be mustered out with the rest of the company

 

 

 

Yoakum, Benjamin F. T.  24  (1839 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt, but very quickly was appointed Sgt on 26 Aug 62;  Would be made 1 Sgt on 20 Jul 64;  He was promoted to 1 Lt on 30 May 65, but was never mustered into that rank;  Mustered out with the company on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Monticello, IL

 

   OTHER  PERSONNEL   from  Co.  A  at   CRIPPLE   CREEK

Bateman, William  36  (1827 - 1907)  Born in OH and probably a lifelong resident of Pickaway Co;  Married his first wife, Rebecca J. Ross in 1952;  Mustered in as a Pvt but was appointed Wagoner on 31 Oct 62; Mustered in and out with the company;  Rebecca died in 1864 and William married for the second time:  Eliza M. Park in 1868;  Through the years, William was primarily a Farmer; At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Circleville, OH;  When he died, he was buried in the Forest Cemetery in Pickaway Co

 

Radcliffe, John L.  20  (1843 - 1914)  Born in OH; Lived almost all of his life in Pickaway Co;  Mustered in and out with the company as a Musician;  Married Martha Brown in 1874;  Worked a variety of jobs, including Farmer, Turnpike worker, and Clerk in store;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Darbyville, OH;  Buried in the Muhlenberger Twp Cemetery

???Snook, William S.  21  (1841 - 1877)  Mustered in as Musician;  Was discharged from Columbus, OH on 28 Apr 63 on a Surgeon's Certificate;  Married Mary E. Armstrong in 1875;  William died and was buried

in the Old Mexico Cemetery in Miami Co, IN

William A. Denny  25  (1837 - 1908)  Born in Pickaway Co, OH;  Married Mary Foresman in 1860; Mustered in as 1 Lt on 26 Aug 62;  Promoted to Capt on 21 Dec 62; Would be wounded on 28 Jun 64; Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate of Disability on 30 Nov 64;  Lived in Chicago after the War and worked as a Cattle/Livestock Buyer/Dealer;  Died in Chicago and buried in Pickaway Co, OH

 

 

William Felton  28   (1835 - 1911)  Born in OH;  Mustered in as a Pvt in Co D;  Appointed Com Sgt on 29 Aug 62;  Promoted to 2 Lt on 27 Jan 63;  Would become 1 Lt on 21 Dec 63;  Lived in Pickaway Co with his wife (Julia) and newborn son (Rufus) in 1870 (although his Post Office was in nearby Franklin Co)--Worked in a Saw Mill;  In 1880, he and his wife (their only child, Rufus, had died) lived in Columbus, Franklin Co, OH where he was a Coffin Manufacturer; In 1900 and 1910, they still live in Columbus (Saw Manufacturer) and he died and was buried there in 1911 

 

 

Andrew J. Willoughby  22?  (1842? - 1917)  Born in OH (possibly in Pickaway Co and 1900 Census says Mar 42);  Was mustered in as 2 Lt on 26 Aug 62;  Promoted to 1 Lt on 14 Apr 63;  Married Mary E. Knox in Richland Co, OH on 23 Apr 63 (taking leave from Cripple Creek);  Would resign on 5 Aug 64 at Lookout Mtn, TN, due to disability;  Worked as a School Teacher for much of his life, although in 1880, his Occupation was listed as Insurance Agent;  Lived in Franklin Co, OH (near Columbus), eventually settling with his wife and children in Dayton (Montgomery Co), OH;  He was admitted to the Veterans' Home there on 29 Aug 1913, suffering from Defective Hearing and Vision, Slight Cardiac Hypertrophy, Chronic Naso-haryngial Catarrh; and Chronic Rheumatism;  His (physical) condition was described as Fair, but his mental condition was good;  (His age was given as 77.3 when he died at the end of Jun 1917, which implies he was born in Mar 1840) He was described as being 5' 11" with a dark complexion, brown eyes, gray hair;  He was (of course) able to read and write (as a teacher, I would hope so!) and was a Protestant;  He died at the Home in 1917 of "Postate" Cancer and his widow, Mary, was "notified by phone";  He is buried in the Woodland Cem in Dayton in Sec 120, Lot 170

 

 

                             ENLISTED  MEN  of  COMPANY  A  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

???Adkins, Sampson  24  (1839 - 1882)  Born in OH to Reuben and Martha Adkins, he lived most of his life as a Farmer in Pickaway Co, OH;  Mustered in with the company on 29 Aug 62;  Discharged by Surgeon's Certificate of Disability from Columbus, OH Hospital on 20 May 63;  Married Eliza Ann Minteen in April 63 in Pickaway Co--which is about 30 miles away from Columbus;  By 1880, Sampson and Eliza had 12 children;  Sampson was buried in the Pleasant Cem in Pickaway (or Madison?) Co;  Eliza Ann filed for her Widow's Pension in 1889 from IL 

 

Adkins, William M.  32  (1830 - 1907)  Born to David and Mary Adkins in Pickaway Co, OH;  I can find no connection between William's father and Reuben Adkins, the father of Sampson Adkins, in the bio above;  He married Caroline McCoy in Pickaway Co in 1848;  Mustered in with the company;  Transferred to Veterans' Relief Corps on 10 Jan 65 (5th VRC, Co C) and was mustered out with them on 21 Jul 65 at Indianapolis, IN;  He worked mostly as a Farm Laborer and a Cooper;  In 1890, he reported suffering from Rheumatism;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he reportedly lived in Sandusky, OH at the State Soldiers' Home, but by April 1900, he had been admitted to the Home for Disabled Soldiers in Dayton, OH;  He was 5' 11" with gray eyes, gray hair, and a fair complexion;  He was able to read and write and was a Protestant; He died there in 1907 from Hypostatic Pneumonia;  He has a gravestone in the Dayton National Cemetery, Grave P - 21 - 32;  He also has a gravestone (a cenotaph?) beside his wife in the Belleville Cemetery in Richland Co

 

Ater, Jacob C. 35  (1827 - 1879)  Born in Pickaway Co, OH, the oldest son of Samuel and Nancy Sealock Ater;  He lived most of his life as a Farmer in Pickaway Co, OH;  He married Mariah Matilda Hines in 1847;  Mariah died in 1854, leaving three children in need of a mother;  Jacob then married Mariah's younger sister, Elizabeth in 1855;  Jacob and Elizabeth would have 8 children together (making the children half-siblings as well as cousins);  Mustered in with the company and mustered out with them, too;  He died in Pickaway Co, leaving a wife and 6 children still living at home;  He was half-brother to James in the next bio, and cousin to Cpl George listed above;  A family source who posted his bio on Find-A-Grave adds that his nickname was "Turnip"--I wonder why

 

 

Ater, James   20  (1843 - 1921)  Born in Pickaway Co, OH, the son of Samuel and Sarah Harvin Ater, making him a half-brother of Jacob C. Ater and cousin to Cpl. George A. Ater, above;  Mustered in with the company and mustered out with them, too;  He married Cynthia (also referred to as Lucinda) Colston in 1878;  He was primarily a Farmer in Pickaway Co, although he also worked as a Teamster and as a Laborer;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1877; His wife died sometime after 1910, leading to his moving in with his son, Cary, and his family in Fayette Co, OH;  He died in 1921 and was buried in Pickaway Co 

 

 

Bolin, Seymour E.  23 (1840 - 1923)  Born in VA to George W and Margaret Bolin; Had moved to Pickaway Co, OH by 1850 and he lived here for most of the rest of his life as a Farmer;  Mustered in as a Cpl but was reduced to a Pvt on 15 Oct 62 (I do not know the circumstances--was it at his request?);  Mustered out with the company on 13 Jun 65;  Went home and married Christena Brunner in 1872;  They had only two children, with their son, Benjamin, being the only one to live to see the turn of the century;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1880;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Derby, OH;  He died in Pickaway Co in 1923 and was buried there

 

Briggs, Joseph*  23  (1839 - 1863)  Born in OH, the son of Abner and Martha Ellen Briggs; Worked as a Farm Laborer on his family's farm; Mustered in with the company (a couple of weeks after his younger brother, Ashton, who served in Co F of the 90th OH);  Died on 23 Jul 63 in Manchester, TN of Typhoid Fever; Some records show he was buried at Stones River National Cemetery, but there is a grave (cenotaph?) for him in the Harrison Twp Cem in Licking Co, OH

 

 

Brobeck, Joseph*  45?  (1818? - 1864)  Army records show he was born around 1818, but family records and Census Records show he was born around 1823 in PA; Married Eliza J. Wrightsel in Pickaway Co, OH in 1847;  He was a Laborer / Farm Laborer before joining the Army;  Mustered in with the company;  Would be killed on 15 Dec 64 at the Battle of Nashville; I cannot find where he is buried

 

 

Cady, Nelson D*  34  (1829 - 1863)  Born in CT; In 1850, he lived with an inn keeper, working as a Bartender;  Married Elizabeth Griffey in 1858 in Pickaway Co, OH;  In 1860, he worked as a Shoemaker in Pickaway Co;  Mustered in with the rest of the company;  Drowned in the Tennessee River near Bridgeport, AL on 3 Dec 63;  Buried in the Maple Grove Cem in Lenawee Co, Mich

 

Crabill, James  24  (1839 - 1882)  Born in OH and spent almost all of his life as a Farmer in Pickaway Co, OH;  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  Buried in the Spring Lawn Cemetery in Pickaway Co

Dennis, George Washington  20  (1843 - 1931)  Born in OH;  Mustered in as a Pvt;  Would be made Cpl on 1 Jan 65; Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65;  A lifelong Farmer, he left OH for points west after he mustered out;  He married Mary E. Ritter in 1867 in Jasper Co, Iowa;  They left Iowa sometime after 1870;  By 1880, they were living in KS--first in Phillips Co, and finally in Smith Co;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Pleasant Green, KS; He died in Smith Co and was buried there in 1931

 

Dolby, Albert  19  (1844 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65

 

 

England, William  42  (1821 - )  Mustered in with the comany;  Transferred to the Veterans' Vol Engineering Corps in 1864

 

 

Frazee,Thomas B.  23 (1840 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65

 

 

 

Garrett, Simeon  27  (1836 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt;  Would be made Cpl on 1 Jan 65; Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Owens, OH

 

Graham, Samuel  19  (1844 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Filmore, IL

 

 

Gray, Stanley  21  (1842 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Columbus, OH

Guseman, Johnson  22  (1841 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in South Bloomfield, OH

???Hankinson, Robert*  23  (1839 - 1863)  Mustered in with the rest of the company;  Died on 2 Sep 63 in a hospital in Tullahoma, TN

 

 

Hiles, Jacob  29  (1834 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65

Hines, Elias F.  19  (1842 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Wounded on 16 May 64 at Resaca, GA;  Mustered out on 25 May 65 from Louisville, KY;  Was he kin to John Hines who had already been discharged before Cripple Creek?;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Peoria, IL

Hook, John W.  29  (1834 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Sandusky, OH

Jerome, Charles E.  33  (1830 - )  Mustered in with the comany, but there is no mention of his being mustered out

 

Justus, Elias D.*  28  (1835 - 1864)  Mustered in with the company; Wounded at Kennesaw Mtn, GA on 27 Jun 64 and died from those wounds in hospital at Chattanooga, TN on 13 Aug 64;  Was he kin to John M. Justus who died on 24 Dec 62 in Nashville, TN?

 

 

???Lowe, James  46  (1817 - )  Mustered in with the company;  Discharged on 23 Sep 63 from hospital in Louisville, KY on a Surgeon's Certificate

McDonald, John  25  (1838 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Commercial Point, OH

McGath, William J.  33  (1830 - )  Mustered in with the company;  Transferred to Veterans' Vol Engineering Corps on 27 Jun 64

McKinley, William*  20  (1842 - 1865)  Mustered in as Pvt;  Would be appointed Cpl on 1 Oct 63;  He died at home in Pickaway Co, OH on 21 May 65

Markley, George W.  29  (1834 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  Was he kin to Sgt Henry F. Markley who died of his wounds at Stones River?

Miller, James W.  30  (1833 - )  Mustered in as Wagoner, but returned to ranks on 31 Oct 62;  Would transfer to Veterans' Relief Corps on 15 Dec 63

Miller, John W.  28  (1835 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  Was he any relation to  James W. Miller (above)?;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Lovington, IL

???Minton, Jonathan  24  (1838 - )  Mustered in with the company;  Discharged on 5 Aug 63 from Columbus, OH on a Surgeon's Certificate;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Derby, OH

Neff, George S. W.  19  (1844 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  Are all four Neffs in this company related?;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Palestine, OH

Neff, Joseph  23  (1840 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65

Neff, Martin E.  20  (1842 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt;  Would be made Cpl on 1 Jan 65; Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65

Neff, Nathaniel  27  (1836 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Pherson, OH

Owen, Frederick  20  (1843 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Wounded at Stones River, but still mustered out on 13 Jun 65 with his company;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Mt. Sterling, OH

Patterson, James R.  24  (1839 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Darbyville, OH

Phillips, Osborn  20  (1843 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Wounded on 21 May 64 near Cassville, GAIn spite of this, he still mustered out on 13 Jun 65 with the rest of his company

Pursell, Jacob  28  (1835 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  Is he related to Jerry Pursell?

Pursell, Jerry T.  26  (1837 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65

Ramsey, James  30  (1832 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt;  Would be appointed Cpl on 1 Oct 63;  Was discharged on a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability on 23 Mar 65

Rice, Robert B.  19  (1844 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Glen Roy, OH

Robinson, Lancelot S.  34  (1829 - )  Reduced from Sgt to Pvt on 14 Jan 63;  Transferred to VRC on 31 Dec 63

Ross, Jonas  28  (1835 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Williamsport, OH

 

Ross, Stephen  26  (1837 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  Are the two Rosses related to one another?

Septer, Jared  19  (1844 - )  Mustered in with the company, but transferred to VRC on 15 Dec 63;  Is he related to Levi Septer?

Septer, Levi  23  (1840 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Springfield, IL

???Shisler, Floyd  20  (1842 - )  Mustered in with the rest of the company;  Discharged by Surgeon's Certificate on 25 Aug 63 from Dunlap, TN

???Smith, Jacob  29  (1834 - )   Mustered in with the rest of the company;  Discharged by Surgeon's Certificate from a hospital in Nashville, TN on 29 Jul 63

Smith, John*  24 (1839 - 1863)  Mustered in with the company;  Killed in action at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63;  Is he related to Jacob Smith above?

Stephens, Aaron  19  (1844 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65

Tatman, Joseph  24  (1839 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt;  Would be made Cpl on 10 Jul 64; Was wounded on 6 Apr 65 near Asheville, NC;  Was mustered out on 8 Jun 65 (before the rest of the company);  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Piatt, IL

Watson, William  29  (1834 - )  Mustered in as a Pvt;  Would be made Cpl on 1 Jan 65; Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65

Williams, John F.  21  (1842 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in Terre Haute, IN

Wilson, John H.  22  (1841 - )  Mustered in with the company;  Wounded on 21 May 64 near Cassville, GA, but still managed to muster out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65;  At the time of the printing of the 40th Reunion Book in 1902, he lived in South Bloomfield, IL 

Yates, John  25  (1838 - )  There is no other information on him, no information on being mustered in or out, etc.;  Is he related to Joshua O. Yates in the next bio?

Yates, Joshua O.  33  (1830 - )  Mustered in on 29 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  Is he related to John Yates in the bio above?

 

                MEN OF COMPANY A WHO WERE NOT AT CAMP CRIPPLE CREEK

      DIED                                 GONE  HOME                         IN  HOSPITAL               NOT YET RECRUITED

Ater, Thornton

Brown, William

Crabill, Martin

Justus, John M.

Lance, Isaac

Morris, Jacob (15 Jan 63 --

   Wounded at Stones River)

Pritchard, Jesse H.

Wiegand, John

Wood, George W. (Wounded

    at Stones River)

Anderson, James W.  (Cpl)

Black, Francis M.  (Cpl)

Hines, John

Martin, Daniel M.

Ryan, Thomas (4 Jan 63)

Williams, William S. (6 Jan 63)

Wylie, Jefferson L.  (Asst Srgn)

Ashbrook, John E.  (Cpl/Sgt)    -- Made Sgt on 10 Jan 63,

   but Died in Mboro Hosp on

   28 Jan 63

Bower, Lewis C.* -- Died

   Nashville Hosp 15 Jan 63

???Furnis, William J. --

   Disch from Hosp Columbus,

   OH on 31 Mar 63

???Gonchenour, Daniel* --

   Died 15 Feb 63 in Bowling

   Green Hosp

???Gray, Isaac H.*  (Cpl) --

   Died 12 May 63 at Camp

   Chase, OH--was he a

   returned POOW who died in

   hosp?

Hardesty, James* (Cpl) --

   Died 1 Feb 63 in Nashville

   Hosp

Markley, Henry  (Sgt) - Died

   in Hosp near Mboro on 18

   Jan 63

???Marsh, William -- Disch on

   16 Mar 63 from Cincy Hosp

???Nutter, Benjamin S. --

    Disch from Louisville Hosp

    on 14 Mar 63

???Tilton, William H.* -- Died

   28 May 63 in Nashville

   Hosp

Wilson, Pleasant F.

   -- Disch 15 Jan 63 from

   Bowling Green Hospital

Brantner, Samuel  (Cpl)

Eagleston, Harrison

Hott, Doctor F.

Karns, William H.

Michael, John

Timmons, John (AG's

   Report says he was

   must in on 1 Aug 62, but

   he was must out with

   other later recruits in

   Victoria, TX on 3 Oct 65

Vansickle, Henry

Whitehead, Thomas B.

Williams, William S.*  (Cpl)