COMPANY  E  OFFICERS  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

               

                                George C. Angel*   34  (1830 - 1864)   Born in OH to Josiah and Nancy Angel; Married Sarah Baughman in Fairfield Co, OH in

                              1849;  Occupation:  Shoe maker; Commissioned as Capt of Co E in Aug 62;  He would be promoted to a Full Major of the 90th OH

                               in Nov 63;  He was killed-in-action at the Battle of Kenesaw Mtn near Marietta, GA on 2 Jul 64;  Buried Logan Co, OH, leaving a wife

                               and 6 chidren;  (See also his bio on the Field and Staff page); Name given variously as Angel or Angle;  Older brother of Sgt. David

                               Angel, whose bio appears below 

                              Daniel J. Nunnemaker   34   (1828 - 1906)    Born in Perry Co, OH to John and Juliann (Statter) Nunnemaker;  Served in the

                              Mexican War for 11 months;  Married Malinda Rose in 1851;  Original 1 Lt for Company E;  Would resign 15 Oct 63;  Became Sgt for

                              Co K of the 58 OH;  Lived most of his adult life in Vinton Co OH as a Farmer and Blacksmith, Filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1864; 

                              In 1890, he told the Census taker for the Veterans' Census that he was injured in his left wrist during the War and that he enlisted 5

                              times;  Although he died in Westmoreland Co, PA, he was buried in the Radcliff Cemetery in Vinton Co, OH; He was a first cousin to

                              Pvt Noah Nunnemaker listed below 

                              William J. Webb  22  (1840 - 1914)  Born in OH;  Find-A-Grave indicates he was the son of Jonathan and Polly (Owens) Webb; 

                              Lived most of his life as a Farmer or a Laborer in Ashtabula Co, OH;  Enlisted as 2 Lt of Company E on 27 Aug 62;  Would

                              transfer to Co H on 15 May 63 as a 1 Lt;  Married Mary J Matthews in 1862 in Trumbull Co, OH;  Buried in the Colebrook South

                              Cemetery in Ashtabula

 

                              Samuel T. Widener  33  (1829 - )  

                              

  CORPORALS  and  SERGEANTS  of  Co.  E  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

Angel, David*  24  (1838 - 1865)   Born in OH, another son of Josiah and Nancy Angel (See bio for George C. Angel, above); Promoted to Sgt; Died 11 Mar 65 at Camp Dennison of Chronic diarrhea; Buried in the Old Logan Cemetery in Hocking Co, OH;  Like other men in his family, his civilian occupation was that of a Shoe maker

  

Bainter, Philip*  24  (1838 - 1864)  Born in OH to Elias and Elizabeth (Easter) Bainter;  Married Mary E. Chapman in 1859 in Hocking Co, OH; Occupation: Farmer; Mustered into Co E on 7 Aug 62;  Would be promoted from Pvt to Cpl on 1 Jun 63;  Would be wounded on 21 Jun 64 near Kennesaw Mtn, GA;  He died 14 Aug 64 in Nashville, TN and is buried in the National Cemetery there, in Grave J - 14140

Bowers, William James  24  (1838 - 1871)  Born in OH;  Appointed to 1 Sgt upon his enlistment on 27 Aug 62;  He would be discharged by a Surgeon's Certificate on 21 Feb 63--uncertain of the reason (Dysentery? The effects of an injury?  I doubt it was a war wound)  Returned home to Wyandot Co, OH;  Did not marry and apparently did not have an actual profession-- "attending school" at age 33?  Farmer, like the other males in his family?--Buried in the Union Church Cemetery in Wyandot Co;  He does not appear to have been related to Pvt Abednego Bowers listed below  

 

Goodwin, David C.  19  (1844 - )  Appointed Cpl on;  Mustered in and out with the rest of the Company 

Guess, Jason  37   (1825 - )   Was named Cpl in Oct 62;  Would be wounded at Chickamauga;  Mustered out with the rest of the Company  

 

 

Johnson, James H.  18  (1844 - )    Promoted from Pvt to Cpl on 1 Jun 63;  Would be wounded at Nickajack Creek, GA in Jul 64;  Would be appointed Sgt in Jun 65 when he mustered out

Meldron, Thomas   25  (1835 - )   Would move from Cpl to Sgt in Jun 65  

 

 

 

 

 

Moore, Barrah  25  (1837 - )  Mustered in and out as a Sgt with his with the rest of the Company  

 

Mosure, Aaron W.  24  (1838 - )  Moved from Sgt to 1 Sgt on 22 Feb 63

 

 

Rogers, Sylvester I.  22  (1840 - )  Mustered in and out with Company E    

Stuckey, Samuel W.  23  (1839 - )  Would move from Sgt of Company E to Maj of the 90th OH on 1 Jan 64;  In Dec 1864, he would be appointed Capt of Company C

Trout, Abraham  22  (1840 - 1914)  Born in OH;  Mustered in as a Cpl with his comrades in Company H, he would be promoted from Cpl to Sgt on 21 Feb 63;  He would eventually be named 1 Sgt in Oct 64 and 2 Lt in May 65;  He resumed the life of a Farmer after the War;  He married Mary Ann Jones in 1868;  They moved to Atchison Co, MO by 1870 and would live there about 20 years;  Filed an Invalid's Pension Petition in 1883 from NB;  At the time of the 1890 Veteran' Census, he was living in Ord, Valley Co, NB, where his primary medical complaint was a hernia (a "rupture") which had plagued him for 28 years--roughly, since 1862;  By 1910, they lived in Hall Co, NB;  Buried Grand Island, Hall Co, NB    

Webb, John Wesley   22  (1840 - 1912)   Born in Fayette Co, OH to Byrd and Elizabeth Webb; He served a three-month enlistment from Apr - Aug 61 in the 22 OH, Co F; Mustered in to 90th OH, Company E, on 7 Aug 62;  Was a Sgt the whole time the Regiment was at Cripple Creek;  Mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  Married Mary Jane Bonecutter;  Worked as a Farmer in Fayette and Clinton Cos, OH;  Admitted to Disabled Soldiers' Home in Dayton, OH in 1898;  He was described as being 5' 6" tall, fair complexion, gray eyes, gray hair, Protestant, Able to read and write, and a Shoemaker by trade;  He was admitted with a left inguinal hernia, cardiac hypertrophy, and an injury to his left elbow during the War;  He lists hiself as being married, but separated from his wife;  There is some confusion because his wife, Mary E, files for a Widow's Penion in 1898, but he does not die until 1912.  There IS, however, a John W. Webb who was born in 1833 who DID die in 1898;  Our Sgt John Webb died of Pulmnary Tuberculosis at the Dayton Soldiers' Home on 6 Jun 1912;  He was buried in the National Cemetery on the grounds in Grave 1 - 1- 6, however, there is a cenotaph for him in the family plot of the Maple Grove Cemetery in Clinton Co, OH;   He wa apparently NOT related to Lt. Webb listed above 

Wright, James W.  19  (1843 - )     He mustered in and out with the 90th OH Company E as a Cpl

 OTHER  PERSONNEL   from  Co.  E  at   CRIPPLE   CREEK

Randall, Cromwell F.   20  (1841 - 1894)   Born in Hocking Co, OH, he was appointed to be a Musician in Co E;  Discharged by Surgeon's Certificate of Disability on 2 Jun 63 from Camp Cripple Creek--I do not know what his malady was;  Married Lovina Harden in Vinton, OH in 1874;  He filed an Invalid Pension Petition in 1879;  He worked as a Farmer until his death in 1894 and was buried in the New Plymouth Cemetery in Vinton Co, OH 

 

 

Wimer, William  20  (1842 - )   Promoted from a Pvt to a Wagoner  on 1 Jun 63;  Mustered out with the others in the Company

   

         

ENLISTED  MEN  of  COMPANY  E  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

 

Amerine, Andrew   24  (1838 - )   Would be Discharged on a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability on 25 Nov 63 from Columbus, OH;  Older brother of Leander in the bio below

Amerine, Leander   19  (1843 - )  Would be Discharged on a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability on 25 Nov 63 from Columbus, OH;  Younger brother of Andrew in the bio above

Alpin, Benjamin   18  (1844 - )  Would be captured on 11 Sep 63 at Ringgold, GA;  Exchanged and eventually sent to Camp Chase, OH, where he was mustered out

Armstrong, John F.*   19  (1843 - 1864)   Born in PA, but grew up in OH;  Mustered into 90th OH on 7 Aug 62;  Died 16 Nov 64 in hospital in Chattanooga, TN of Dysentery;  Buried in Chattanooga National Cemetery in Grave G - 0 - 8282

Baird, William J.   26   (1836 - 1907)   Born in OH, the son of William and Isabel Baird of Cincinnati;  He worked as a Clerk before the War;  Mustered in with the rest of Company E on 27 Aug 62; Mustered out 13 Jun 65;  He worked as a Clerk and a Bookkeeper after the War;  Lived in Cincinnati for nearly all of his life; Was married to a woman named Martha in 1880, but he was a Widower by 1900; He died in 1907 and is buried in Spring Grove Cemetery.  There are two Martha Bairds buried in Spring Grove--I beieve one to be his wife (Mattie Morrison Baird of Carroll Co, OH) and the other is the young daughter of Martha and William Baird  

Beagle, Charles*  18  (1844 - 1864)  Born in OH, the son of Rosannah Beagle and possibly Chares Beagle in Logan, Hocking Co, OH;  He enlisted with the 90th OH, being mustered into Co E on 7 Aug 62;  He would die in Logan, Hocking Co, OH on 19 Apr 64 of "General Debility", which makes me think he might have been sent home on a Medical Furlough, during which he died;  His mother filed for her Pension in 1865;  There is no record of a government headstone for him and it is not known where he was buried, although Logan, OH is the likely place

Beery, Joseph C.*  18  (1844 - 1864)   Born in Fairfield Co, OH to Elijah and Susannah Beery;  He would be captured near Ringgold, GA on 11 Sept 63;  He was sent to Andersonville Prison and died there on 19 Jun 64

Blosser, William  19  (1843 - )  Would transfer to the VRC (5 K) on 9 Jan 64 and muster out with them on 5 Jul 65

 

Book, Thomas D.  26  (1836 - )  Mustered in with Co D on 27 Aug 62 and mustered out with them on 13 Jun 65

Boucher, Benjamin   18   (1844 - )   Would be wounded at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63;  Mustered out with the rest of his company on 13 Jun 65

 

 

 

Bowden, George   30  (1832 - )   Would be wounded at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63 and transfer to the VRC;  Mustered out with 2 Batt VRC Co 43 on 28 Jun 65 at Camp Dennison, OH

 

 

Bower, Abednego  24  (1838 - 1920)   Born in Indiana, PA;  I don't know what brought him to OH, but he mustered in with the rest of Co E on 27 Aug 62;  Mustered out with them on 13 Jun 65;  He was Captain of a Boat in 1870 in Columbus, OH;  He married Martha E. Evans in 1876 in Columbus;  By 1890, he was living in Portland, OR;  In Oct 1918, he was a Widower, Occupation: Miller, living in the Sandusky / Erie Co, OH Soldiers' and Sailors' Home;  He died here in 1920;  Last name varies from Bower, Bowers, Bowen 

 

Brown, Hiram S.  19  (1843 - )   Would be wounded at Resaca on 14 May 64;  Mustered out with the rest of his company on 13 Jun 65

 

Cage, John R.  24  (1838 - )   Mustered in and mustered out with the rest of his company

 

Call, Nicholas M.  23  (1839 - )   Would be severly wounded 23 Jun 64 at the  Battle of Kenesaw Mtn;  Mustered out with the rest of Co E on 13 Jun 65

 

Collins, Joseph  18  (1844 - )   Mustered in and out with the rest of his company;  Is he the son of Thomas D Collins in the next bio?

Collins,  Thomas D.  40  (1822 - )  Mustered in with the company on 27 Aug 62 and out with them on 13 Jun 65;  Is he the father of Joseph Collins in the previous bio?

 

 

Crawford, John  21  (1841 - )  Severely wounded at Resaca on 10 May 64;  Mustered out with the company on 13 Jun 65 

Crow, Samuel B.  18  (1844 - )   Mustered in and out with his company

 

 

 

 

Frankfother, Alexander  18  (1844 - )  Mustered in with Company E on 27 Aug 62 and out with them on 13

Jun 65

 

 

 

Griffin, James V.  21  (1841 - )  Would transfer to VRC in 64

 

 

 

 

Guess, Shelton   22  (1840 - )  Would be wounded at The Battle of Kenesaw Mountain on 27 Jun 64;  Mustered out with the rest of the company on 13 Jun 65 

 

 

 

Hillyer, Handley   23   (1839 - )  Would be wounded at the Battle of Nashville on 15 Dec 64;  Mustered out with Company E on 13 Jun 65

 

 

 

 

 

???Hooper, George   18  (1844 - )   Discharged from the Army 25 Nov 63 from Hospital in Columbus, OH based upon a Surgeon's Certificate

???Horn, Daniel A.*  18  (1844 - 1863)  Died in a Hospital in Nasville, TN on 14 Jun 63;  Was he ever at Cripple Creek?

Kull, George  24  (1838 -  )   Was wounded at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63;  Mustered out with the Company

Lane, Abraham   24   (1838 -  )  Mustered in and out with his Company

Lee, Thomas  27  (1835 - )   Mustered in with his Company and out with them

Leohman, Lewis*   21  (1841 - 1864)  Captured at Chickamauga and sent to a Prison in Richmond, VA  (Libby?);  Died there 1 Feb 64;  Was he kin to Andrew Leohman who died right after Stones River?

Lent, Stephen   42   (1820 - )   Mustered in and out with his Company

Luker, Joseph*   19  (1843 - 1864)   Would be killed near Nashville on 11 Dec 64;  Was he related to David Luker who was medically discharged right before Stones River?

 

 

 

 

Lutz, Jacob   28  (1834 - )   Mustered in and mustered out with the rest of his Company

 

 

 

Marshall, Joseph  20  (1842 - )   Would be promoted to Cpl on 1 Jun 65;  Was he kin to Robert Marshall in the next bio? 

Marshall, Robert   22  (1840 - )   Was he kin to Joseph Marshall listed above?;  Discharged on a Surgeon's Certificate from Murfreesboro (a hospital?) on 14 Dec 63

Mason, William J.  18  (1844 - )   Mustered in and out with Company E

Mauk, Samuel   40  (1822 - )   Would be wounded at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63;  Discharged on 13 May 64;  

Was he the father of William Mauk or any of the other Mauks in Company E?

Mauk, William  20   (1842  - )  Was he related to any of the other Mauks in this Company?;  Would be wounded at Resaca, GA on 14 May 64;  Would be appointed Cpl on 1 Jan 65;  Mustered out with the rest of the men in Company E

Mitchell, James H.   18  (1844 - )   Mustered in and out with Company E

 

 

Nunnemaker, Noah   19  (1843 - 1921)  Born in Highland Co, OH to Peter John and Catherine (Hammer) Nunnemaker;  Wounded at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63;   He still was able to muster out with the rest of the Company;  He was a cousin to 1 Lt Daniel Nunnemaker (Both Noah and Daniel J were grandsons of Daniel and Christina (Shue) Nunemaker);  Worked as a Farmer and a Sadler, but most of the time as a Carpenter;  Went out to Iowa around 1870, but returned to OH;  Filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1880; Married Mary C. Durr in 1890;  Died in Franklin Co, OH and buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Hocking Co;  Mary filed for a Widow's Pension in 1921

 

O'Hare, John W.   19   (1843 - )   Mustered in and out with the rest of the men in his Company

 

 

Passmore, Thomas J.   21   (1841 - )   Transferred to Veteran Volunteer Engineering Corps on 7 Aug 64 and mustered out with them

 

 

Poland, Samuel W.  18  (1844 - )  Would be appointed CPL on 1 Jun 65

 

 

 

 

Price,  Samuel J.  21  (1841 - )  Discharged (medically?) from Cripple Creek on 24 Mar 63

 

 

 

 

Saumering, Frederick   19  (1843 - )  Mustered in and out with Company E

 

 

 

 

Shaw, Jonathan  21  (1841 - )   Mustered in with his Company on 27 Aug 62;  Mustered out with his Company on 13 Jun 65

 

 

 

 

Sherlock,  Joseph  18  (1844 - )  Mustered in and out with the rest of his Company

 

 

 

Sherrick, Henry S.*  25  (1837 - 1863)  He would be wounded at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63;  He would die 25 Oct 63 in a Chattanooga hospital of his wounds

Shore, John S.  25  (1837 - )  Mustered in and out with Company E

 

 

 

 

Slay, Edward K.   29  (1833 - )  Would be discharged on 31 Jan 63 in order to enlist in the Mississippi Marine Brigade

 

 

 

 

Smith, Henry   21  (1841 - )  Would be discharged on 30 Jan 63 in order to enlist in the Mississippi Marine Brigade

Smith, Sylvester J.*   18   (1844 - 1864)  Would be appointed Cpl on 20 Jul 64;  Would be Killed-in-Action at The Battle of Nashville  on 15 Dec 64

Steel, James  27 (1835 - )   Discharged 25 Nov 63 by a Surgeon's Certificate from Columbus, OH

???Stewart, Thomas*  18  (1844 -1863)   Thomas Stewart of the 90th OH Co E died 11 Aug 63 at Nashville Gen Hosp of Chronic Diarrhoea and is buried in the Nashville National Cemetery, Gave E-387 ;  In the 1850 Census, Thomas Stewart, aged 10, lives in the household of William Stewart, aged 50, in Hocking Co, OH;  A family source on Ancestry shows Thomas Stewart, son of Thomas and Mary (Groves) Stewart, b 19 May 1844 in Hocking Co, OH, died 11 Sept 63 in Nashville, TN; I think   

Strite, William*  32  (1830 - 1864)  Born in OH;  Married and lived in Athens Co, OH;  Married Rhoda Ann Chadwick in 1852 in Athens Co; Living in Athens Co in 1860;  Occupation: Farm Laborer;  Died 14 Apr 64 in an Ooltewah, TN Hospital;  Buried at the Chattanooga Natl Cemetery, Lot H-10849;  Name appears variously as Strite, Straight, Strits, and Strito, 

Sweet, Parces  29  (1833 - 1907)  Born Mar 1833 in OH;  Married Susannah McElvey in 1857 in Hocking Co; He enlisted in the 90th OH on 27 Aug 62; He was wounded 6 Apr 65 near Asheville, NC;  Mustered out with the rest of his Company on 13 Jun 65;  He lived most of his life in the area around Athens, OH as a Farmer; His first name appears variously as Parces, Perces, Persis, Perseus;  He was buried in Roseville Cemetery, Muskingum Co

Tannahill, Josiah   21  (1841 - )  Would be discharged 26 Apr 64 from Camp Dennison, OH by a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability

???Terry, Edward   29  (1833 - )  Discharged from a Nashville Hospital on 22 Jun 63 by a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability

 

Thompson, George S.   18   (1844 - )   Mustered in, mustered out

 

 

Trick, John W.   18  (1844 - )  Mustered in and out with the comrades-in-arms

 

 

???Williams, Lafayette  18  (1844 - 1914)  [No information on this man was given in the AG's Report]  I suspect he was discharged, perhaps for a medical reason, and in May 64, he enlisted with a unit of the OH National Guard--Co I of the 151st OH;  I was unable to find out when he was sent home, so it is possible he would have been gone before the 90th OH came to Cripple Creek;  He was a Farmer and a Laborer in Athens Co, OH; He married twice--Julia Ann Terry and Abigail Ingmire;  His death certificate shows his date of birth as 23 Jan 1844, but I will not add his birthday to the Calendar until I know when he went home from the 90th OH 

 

 

Woodard, Ward N.  22   (1840 -  )   Mustered in and mustered out  with his Company

 

 

Worthman, Brazilla   21  (1841 - )    Mustered in with Company E on 27 Aug 62;  Mustered out with Company E on 13 Jun 65

 

 

 

           MEN OF COMPANY E WHO WERE NOT AT CAMP CRIPPLE CREEK

         DIED                   GONE            PRISONER    UNACCOUNTED     HOSPITAL         NOT YET

                                     HOME              OF WAR              FOR                                        RECRUITED

Carpenter, Isaac*                  Avery, David E               Bryan,William M*                                        Buck, Hiram*                   Wilson, James Z

Huggins, Wilson (Cpl) *        Black, Lucius                                                                               ???Buckingham, William D.

Vanatta, Benjamin*               Luker, David       .                                                                             Call, John*

                                             Mauk, John (Cpl)                                                                        ???Davis, Samuel L.*

                                                                                                                                                      Donelson, Horace          Not Yet Transferred 

                                                                                                                                                      Freeborne, James*            (from Co. G):

                                                                                                                                                      Good, James*                Reek, Charles E.

                                                                                                                                                      Leohman, Andrew*                         

                                                                                                                                                      Morris, Albert*

                                                                                                                                                      Thornton, Calvin *

                                                                                                                                                      Thornton, John M.*