COMPANY  G  OFFICERS  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

Thomas W. Gardner  32  (1830 - 1918)  Born in OH, the son of John V. and Jane Gardner;  Living in Ashland Co, OH in 1850;  Married Maria Lindsay in Hocking Co, OH in 1853;  In 1860, John was working as a Merchant in Hocking Co;  He mustered into the 90th OH as the Capt of Co G on 29 Jul 62;  He resigned 17 May 63--I don't know why;  He returned to OH and worked as a Merchant in Fairfield Co, OH in 1870;  By 1880, the Gardners were living in MO and would remain here for the rest of their lives--first, in Saline Co and later in Pettis Co;  Thomas told the 1890 Veterans' Census-taker that he suffered from Gastritis;  He had filed for his Invalid's Pension in 1879;  Maria died in 1908 and Thomas married Mary E. Smith in July 1910 in Cedar Co, MO;  He died in 1918 in Pettis Co and was buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery   

Thomas E. Baker   34  (1828 - 1904)  Born in Fairfield Co, OH, the son of Luman and Sarah (Hunt) Baker;  Lived nearly all of hi life in Hocking Co, OH;  Married Mary Borland Tower in Hocking Co in 1850;  Worked as a Tinner and in the Lumber business;  Mustered into the 90th OH on 29 Jul 62 as 2 Lt, but promoted to 1 Lt on 30 Jul 62;  Was wounded at Stones River on 31 Dec 62;  Promoted to Capt on 15 May 63;  Did Co G have a 1 Lt after 15 May 63?;  Resigned 21 Sept 64--I do not know why;  Returned to his wife and family in Hocking Co and died there in 1904;  He was buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery

Josiah James Bragg   34  (1826 -  1899)  Born in VA ;  Living in Hocking Co, OH by 1850;  Married Mary Elizabeth Janes in 1851;  Occupation:  Platerer; He mustered into the 90th OH as 2 Lt on 30 Jul 62;  Resigned 17 May 63--was there a reason Bragg and Gardner both resigned on 17 May 63?;  Returned to Hocking Co, but eventually moved his family to Franklin Co, OH;  He died in Franklin Co in 1899 and was buried in Coumbus' Green Lawn Cemetery

Note:  James K. Jones was promoted from Sgt in Co B to 2 Lt of Co G on 10 Apr 63--he would remain the 2 Lt from 10 Apr 63 until 1 Jan 64;  He would serve as 1 Lt of Co G from 1 Jan 64 until 24 Sep 64;  Finally, he would be the Capt of Co H from 24 Sep 64 until the day the 90th OH mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  See the page for Co B for James K. Jones' bio

CORPORALS  and  SERGEANTS  of  Co.  G  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

Allison, Thomas J.   25  (1837 - 1907) Born in OH to Zachariah and Mary Allison;  In 1858, he married Hester Ann Wolf in Hocking Co; He lived virtually his whole life in Hocking Co, working as a Carpenter and a Farmer;  Mustered intp the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62 as a Cpl;  He would remain in this rank until 7 Aug 64;   He then transferred to the VVEC on 7 Aug 64;  He mustered out with them on 30 Jun 65;  He died in 1907 and was buried in the Wesley Chapel in Hocking Co

 

Beatty, John W.  26  (1836 - 1896)  Born in OH to David and Mary Beatty;  Mustered into a 3-month regiment, 17 OH Co D, in Apr 61;  A year later, he mustered into the 90th OH as a Cpl on 12 Aug 62, but would be reduced in ranks on 23 Aug 63 (was there some sort of disciplinary infraction?);  He mustered out with the rest of his company on 13 Jun 65;  He married Hannah Moreledge in Carroll Co, OH, in 1865;  By 1870, the Beattys had moved to Barton Co, where John was a Farmer;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1872; He died and was buried in Barton Co, MO

Dobbins, James   33  (1829 - 1912)  Born in OH;  He married Barbara Curtis in 1851 in Noble Co, OH;  Mustered into Company G on 27 Aug 62 as a Cpl;  From 1 Nov 62 until the day he mustered out on 13 Jun 65, he was a Sgt;  He lived as a Farmer in Vinton Co, OH after the War;  The Dobbins Family moved to Fayette Co, OH where they were Farmers for over 20 years;  After Barbara died, James moved to Los Angeles, CA, where he died and was buried    

Dorman, Samuel  C.  20  (1842 - 1923)  Born in Hocking Co, OH to John and Barbara Dorman;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62 as a Pvt;  He was made a Cpl on 31 Oct 62 and remained in this rank until 1 Jun 65;  From 1 Jun 65 until he mustered out on 13 Jun 65, he spent it as a Sgt;  He lived the first 30 years of his life as a Farmer in Hocking Co, OH;  In 1874, he married Mary Ellen Long in Delaware Co, OH;  In 1880, he worked as a Furniture Repairer in Scioto Co, OH;  In 1920, he worked as an Elevator Operator in a Shoe Store in Delaware Co, OH;  He died here three years later of Paralysis, and was buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery

 

Hood, Isaac Newton*  19  (1843 - 1863)  Born in Fairfield Co, Ohio;  Son of Fred and Amy Hood of Hocking Co, OH;  He mustered in as a Cpl in Company G on 16 Aug 62;  He was killed in action at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63; I cannot locate where he is buried

 

 

 

Maxwell, John Lewis  33  (1829 - 1904)  Born in PA;  He married Phebe Jane Carleton in 1853;  In 1860, he was a Tanner in Hocking Co;  Mustered into the 90th OH as a Cpl on 27 Aug 62;  He was promoted to Sgt on 21 Feb 63;  He became a 1 Sgt in Jan 65 and would remain in that rank until 30 May 65;  He would be promoted to a 2 Lt on 30 May 65, but was not officially mustered in;  He mustered out as a 2 Lt on 13 Jun 65;  In 1870, he worked a a Currier (Courier?  Or Currier?) in Fairfield Co, OH;  In 1880, he was a Day Laborer;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension Petition in 1890;  By 1900, he lived in Gallia Co, OH, and was buried there in 1904

Peddycourt, James  35  (1827 - 1907)  Born to Levi and Lydia Peddycoart in Harrison Co, OH;  In 1850, the family lived in Tuscarawas Co, OH; In 1862. he mustered into Company G as a Pvt;  From 1 Oct 62 until 23 Jul 63 he was a Cpl;  He would be a Sgt from 23 Jul 63 until he mustered out on 12 Jun 65;  In 1870, He was a Farmer in Hocking Co;  He married Mary Hosletin in Hocking Co in 1872;  They would continue to farm in Hocking Co for the rest of their lives;  James died there in 1907 of Paralysis and is buried in the South Olive Cemetery  

Reck, Charles Edward  18  (1843  - 1928)  He was born in Cincinnati, OH;  He mustered into the 90th OH as a Cpl in Co D and would remain in that rank until 22 Mar 63, at which time, he became 1 Sgt in Co G;  He would continue in this rank, until he transferred to Co E as a 1 Lt on 12 Oct 64;  He would remain in this rank until he mustered out on 13 Jun 63;  In 1870, he was living in Topeka, KS and working as a Teamster; He married Mary E. Kipp in the early 1870s;  In 1880, he was working as a Bookkeeper in Atchison, KS and suffering from Malarial Fever;  He would eventually move to Kansas City, MO, where he would work as a Manager in a Trust Co and as a Livestock Merchant;  He died in Kansas City and is buried in the Mount Mariah Cemetery 

 

Sims, William J.  29  (1833 - 1893)  Born in Hocking Co to Jeremiah and Ann or Elizabeth Sims;  He married Mary E. Rodacher (or Roedecker), in Hocking Co in 1859;  He mustered into Company G as a Sgt and would remain in this rank until he transferred to the VRC on 21 Nov 63;  His primary occupation was Farmer, although in 1870, his occupation was given as Farmer and School Teacher; In 1882, he filed a Petition for an Invalid's Pension, In 1890, Sgt Sims was still living in Hocking Co, OH, and reported to the census-taker that he was suffering from Lung and Heart Disease; He died in 1893 in Hocking Co and was buried in St. John the Baptist Cemetery  

???Wolf, Thomas C.  22  (1840 -  )  He mustered in as a Sgt--no further information is given in the AG's Report

???Wright, Presley Oren  31  (1830 - 1913)  Born in Hocking Co, OH to Joseph and Lavinia Wright;  He married Lucinda Reynolds in 1853 in Vinton Co;  They had set up housekeeping on a small farm in Hocking Co by 1860;  He enlisted in the 90th OH and mustered in as a Sgt on 27 Aug 62;  He would remain in this rank until he was Discharged on a Surgeon's Certificate from Camp Dennison, OH on 5 Aug 63;  Was he ever at Cripple Creek?  Probably so;  In 1870, he and his family were living on a farm in  Coles Co, IL;  They had moved on to Iowa by 1880 and would live there for the rest of their lives;  Presley died in Union Co, Iowa and was buried in Adams Co, Iowa   

  OTHER  PERSONNEL   from  Co.  G  at   CRIPPLE   CREEK

Harden, James W.   27  (1839 - 1911)  Family records have him born in 1839--military records said 1835;  James was the son of James and Elizabeth of Hocking Co, OH;  He mustered into Company G on 16 Aug 62 and was assigned to a special detail as a Wagon Master on1 Sep 62, which would continue until he mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  He married Sarah Ann Gordon in 1866 in Hocking Co;  By 1880, he and Sarah and their two boys were living in Delaware Co;  He filed for an Invalid Pension in 1885;  They were still in Delaware Co in 1900;  In 1910, he and Sarah were living in Vinton Co with one of their sons;  He died in 1911 and was buried in Hocking Co;  He was a lifelong Farmer 

ENLISTED  MEN  of  COMPANY  G  at  CRIPPLE  CREEK

Baird, John Wesley  19  (1844 - 1921)  Born in Hocking Co, OH to John and Mary Baird;  Married Sarah Jane Reynolds in 1861;  Mustered in (1862) and out (1865) with the rest of Company G;  In 1870, he was a Clerk in a Store in Hocking Co;  In 1880, he and his family moved to Fairfield Co where he worked as a Boatman;  In 1900, the Bairds moved to Columbus, OH, where John worked for a time as a Shoemaker;  He died here of Bright's Disease and was buried in the Green Lawn Cemetery  

Barran, William  41  (1821 - 1885)  He was born in OH;  He mustered into Co G on 12 Aug 62 as a Cpl;  He was reduced in ranks to a Pvt on 31 Ocr 62 (I dont know why);  He mustered out with the rest of his company on 13 Jun 65;  He married Sarah Poling in Hocking Co in 1870, when his occupation was listed as operating a Retail Grocery;  He filed an Invalid's Petition in 1875;  In 1880, it looks like he lists his occupation as "Prisoner", but I suspect it is "Pensioner";  He died in Hocking Co in 1885 and was buried in the South Bloomingville Cemetery    

Barron, Isaac Sheffield 33  (1829 - 1890)  Born in Morgan Co, OH;  Married Mary Jane Comstock in Athens Co in 1859; Mustered into the 90th OH as a Pvt in 1862;   Would be promoted to a Sgt (skipping the rank of Cpl!) on 20 Nov 63;  Mustered out with the rest of his comrades on 13 Jun 65;  In 1870, he was a Journeyman Carpenter, living in Athens Co with his wife and children;  He was a Master Carpenter in 1880;  He died of Chronic Diarrhea in 1890 and was buried in Nelsonville, Athens Co, OH

Barron, Joseph Trimble  25  (1837 - 1923)  Born in Morgan Co, OH, his parents were Thomas and Mariah Barron;  In 1860, he was living in Perry Co;  In 1861, he married Esther Ann Shaw in Hocking Co before being mustered into the 90th OH on 12 Aug 62;  He mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  He returned to Hocking Co after the War and remained there for the rest of his life as a Carpenter; He died in 1923 of Old Age and was buried in Hocking Co

Brooks, Edwin Putnam  27  (1835 - 1916)  Born in OH to Franklin and Barbara (Swift) Brooks;  He married Mary Catherine Dennis in 1854;  Mustered into the 90th OH on 12 Aug 62;  Discharged 24 Aug 63 from Nashville--was this due to a Medical disability?  If so, what was the disability?  Did this happen as a result of the Battle of Stones River?  Was he in a Nashville hospital all this time since the Battle?  If so, was he ever at Camp Cripple Creek?  He spent the next 40 + years between Hocking and Athens Cos, working as a Farmer and a Teamster;  He died of Cancer in 1916 and was buried in the Dew Cemetery in Athens Co, OH

Brown, Charles C.*  25  (1837 - 1863)  He mustered into Co G on 12 Aug 62;   He died in General Hospital No. 7 on 22 Jun 63 in Louisville, KY of Acute Dysentery;  Buried in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, KY, in Grave B-1696

Burley, Harrison*  39  (1823 - 1863)  Born in Perry Co, OH, the son of Absalom and Mary Burley; He married Sarah Ann Amrine in 1847;  He was a Farmer in Perry Co in 1850 and in Hocking Co in 1860;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 12 Aug 62;   He died 28 Aug 63 in the Cumberland General Hospital in Nashville of Remittent Fever and is buried in Grave D-3211

Chilcoat, Robert  26  (1836 - 1906)   Born in Muskingum Co, OH to James and Sarah Chilcoat;  He married Mary Ellen Palmer in Hocking Co in 1858;  In 1860, he was a Common Laborer in Hocking Co;  He mustered in and out with the 90th OH;  In 1870, he was a Farmer in Hocking Co;  The next census year they were living in Macon Co, IL;  They would remain there until their deaths--Robert died in 1906 and was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery;  His last name was sometimes spelled Chilcote

Devault, Abraham  20  (1842 - 1914)  Born, died, and lived virtually all of his life as a Farmer in Hocking Co, OH;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 12 August 62 and mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  He married Emily E. Lewis in 1865 in (where else?) Hocking Co;  In 1890, he revealed to the Veterans' Census that he had suffered from Lung Disease and Bad Eyesight ever since the War;  He was buried in the Mt. Carmel Cemetery

 

Eveland, Byerla  35  (1826 - 1904)  Born in OH, he lived in Morgan Co, OH in 1850, shotly after his marriage to Lucy Dutro in 1847;  In 1860, he was working as a Common Laborer in Hocking Co; He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62,  He would be transferred to the USVVEC on 20 Jul 64 and would muster out with them on 26 Sep 65;  He would spend most of the rest of his life as a Farmer in Morgan Co; When Lucy died in 1881, he would marry Sarah A Hivner in 1883;  He died in 1904 and was buried in the Lemon Hill Cemetery

Eveland, John A.  18  (1845 - 1913)  Born in Morgan Co to Daniel S. and Nancy P. Eveland;  He mustered in with the rest of Company G and mustered out with them, as well;  He married Charlotte E. Snider in 1867 in Hocking Co; He earned his living as a Farmer in Hocking Co, Vinton Co, and Pickaway Co in OH, and Cumberland Co and Greenup Co in IL;  He died and was buried in Greenup Co, IL  

Fairman, Shadrach Alonzo  28  (1834 -  )  Born in1834 to Harvey and Ladoski Fairman;  He married Mary Stord (or Smith?) in 1857; Mustered in and out with the men of the 90th OH;  He went to KS after the War, living in Crawford Co, Sedgewick Co, and Cherokee Co at different times;  He also lived in Vernon, MO; I can find no record for him after 1900

Harden, George Alexander  38  (1824 - 1893)  Born in VA;  Married Lucinda Devault in Hocking Co in 1859;  Mustered in with Company G in 1862 and out with Company G, too, in 1865;  Lived in Hocking County as a Farmer in 1870 and 1880;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1883;  In 1890 he told the Veterans' Census-taker that he suffered from crippling in his foot and leg;  His Widow filed for her Pension in 1893, although I can find no information on when he died or where 

Harden, Henry O.  18  (1844 - 1917)  Born in OH to William and Mary Harden;  Mustered in with Company G in 62 and out with them in 65;  He returned to Hocking Co after the War and married Catherine Stone in 1866; The 1870 Census found him living in Vinton Co and working as a Retail Dry Goods Dealer;  By 1880, he had moved his young family to Fairfield Co, and here he would remain util his death from Bright's Disease in 1911;  He held many different jobs in Fairfield Co:  Telegraph Operator, Printer, and Newspaper Editor;  In 1902, he spearheaded the effort to compile the 40th Reunion Book, titled The History of the 90th OVI;  He received a Pension of $4 per month, due to an injury to the abdomen suffered during the War;  He was buried in the Maple Hill Cemetery 

Harden, James W.  20  (1839 - 1911)  Born in OH to James and Elizabeth Harde;  He married Sarah Ann Gordon in 1860 and set up housekeeping on a Farm;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 14 Aug 62 as a Pvt;  He would be promoted to a Cpl on 1 Sep 64, the rank he would hold when he mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  He continued to live the life of a Farmer after the War;  In 1880, he and his family had relocated to Delaware Co and would Farm there until 1910, when they moved to Vinton Co;  He died in 1911 and was buried in the Ewing Cemetery in Hocking Co   

Harkless, James Weaver  18  (1843 - 1930)  Born in OH to Charles and Mary Harkless;  They were Farmers in 1850 and 1860 in Hocking Co, OH;  He mustered in and out with Company G;  He married Agnes Whitright in 1868;  She died in 1878, leaving him with three small children--he would remain a Widower for the rest of his life;  In 1880, he lived with his sister and her family, helping them on their farm;  In 1910, he was living with his daughter, Nancy, and her family on their Farm in Mason Co, Mich;  He was still living with her in 1920, this time in LaGrange, IN; He died in Adams Co, IN in Jan 1930 and was buried in the Decatur Cemetery

Hart, Josiah*  22  (1840 -  1863)  I can find no information on any man named Josiah Hart who was living in the midwest before the War;  Mustered into the 900th OH on 14 Aug 62;  He would die in Louisville General  Hospital No. 5 on 24 Aug 63--cause of death, Malignant Variola (Smallpox);  He was buried in the Cave Hill Cemetery, Grave B-2018 (or B-2017) 

Hart, Seeley "Seal"  44  (1818 - 1888)  Born in Dearborn Co, IN (or in NY);  Married Elizabeth Pence in 1835 ;  Worked as a  Farmer in Hocking Co for most of his life;  Mustered into the 90th OH on 14 Aug 62;  Would receive a Medical Discharge on 23 Jul 63 from Manchester, TN--I don't know the reason for his discharge, but I am assuming he was at Cripple Creek;  He returned to Elizabeth and his children on the farm after his discharge;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1877;  He diedin 1888 and was buried in the Otterbein Chapel Cemetery in Vinton Co, OH ;  Was he related to Josiah Hart in the previous bio?

Herran, Salem  19  (1842 - 1924)   Son of Jacob and Mary Herran;  He was living in his own home adjacent to his parents in 1860;  He mustered into Company G on 16 Aug 62 as a Pvt;  He would be promoted to a Cpl on 1 Sept 64;  He mustered out 13 Jun 65;  He married Mary E. Lewis in Hocking Co in 1867; He would be a Farmer for the rest of his life in various locations--Pickaway Co, OH, Tippecanoe Co, IN;  and St Clair Co, MO;  He died in 1924 and was buried in The Ruark Cemetery in St. Clair  

Jadwin, William*  22  (1840 - 1863)  He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  He would be killed in action at Chickamauga on 19 Sep 63, but I can find no record of where he was buried;  There was a Mother's Pension filed by Matilda Judwin, suggesting that William was the son of Bartholomeus and Matilda Jadwin of Hocking Co, OH   

???Johnston, Finley Blackburn  25  (1838 - 1913)   Some sources put his birthyear as 1837;  Born in Athens Co, OH to Richard and Elizabeth Johnston (a few sources list him as Johnson);  Nearly all of his life was spent as a Farmer in Hocking Co, OH;  He married Roxana A. Hardisty in 1859;  Mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  He was discharged on 26 Feb 63 from Nashville on a Surgeon's Certificate;  Was he sent to the Nashville Hospital before he ever went to Cripple Creek?;  He will tell the Census-taker for the 1890 Veterans' Census that he started suffering from problems with his eyes, head, and spine while he was in the Army--was it one or more of these that led to his discharge?;  He filed an Invalid's Pension Petition in 1883;  He is buried in the Schooley Cemetery in Hocking Co   

 

 

Kitchen, Wilson  44  (1817 - 1870)  He married Abby Hockman in 1842 and Margaret Blane in 1846;  He was a Farmer in Hocking Co, OH;  Mustered into Co G on 16 Aug 62;  He would be discharged from a hospital in New Albany, IN on 28 Nov 63;  I don't know the reason for his hospitalization or for his discharge;  He died in 1870 a few years after returning to his family;  Buried in the Old Lutheran Cemetery in Hocking Co, OH

Lane, George  21  (1841 - 1916)  Born in Hocking Co, OH to Samuel and Lavinia Lane;  Lifelong Farmer in Hocking Co;  Mustered in and out with his comrades in Company G;  Married Margaret Speer in 1870, she died in 1882;  Married Margaret in 1888;  He was a Widower again in 1900;  In 1910, he was a Laborer in a Furniture Factory;  He died in 1916 in Hocking Co and was buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery

 

Latimer, Elijah Franklin  23  (1839 - 1896)  Name variously given as Lattimore, Lattimer, Littimore, etc. Born in OH; Lived practically all of his life as a Farmer in Athens Co, OH;  Married Lucinda Brooks in Athens, Co, OH in 1850;  Mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  Discharged on a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability on 25 Aug 63;  Filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1883; Died in 1896 and is buried in The Utah Cemetery in Athens Co, OH

 

McKitrick, James  22  (1840 - 1928)  Name also spelled McKittrick, and middle name might have been Sleeth;  He mustered in with Company G on 16 Aug 62;  He would be wounded in the Battle of Nashville in Dec 64, but was able to muster out with the rest of Company G on 13 Jun 65;  He filed an Invalid's Pension Petition in  1865;  There is a burial record for our James McKittrick in the Uniontown Cemetery in Shawnee Co, KS who died in 1928;  But getting from Ohio to Kansas becomes confusing: Was our James McKitrick the one who married Elizabeth Thompson in Guernsey Co, OH in 1868 and had 4 children with her?  Was he the one who married Catherine Hursey in Shawnee Co, KS in 1886 and had at least 3 children with her?   

Mattox, Aaron  43  (1819 - 1888)  Born in Mercer Co, PA;  Married Sarah Shaw in Ross Co, OH 1838;  He held many different jobs through the years: Shoemaker, Gunsmith, Carpenter, Stonemason;  Mustered into the 90th OH along with his son, Robert, on 16 Aug 62;  They mustered out with their comrades on 13 Jun 65;  He petitioned for an Invalid Pension in 1882 from Ohio;  Aaron lived in Hocking Co, OH until 1885, when he and Sarah lived in Crawford Co, KS;  He died in 1888 in Hiram, Cleburne Co, AK;  Sarah, applied for her Widow's Pension from AK in 1888, but I don't know where either of them are buried;  Family records on Ancestry give his nickname as "Pater"

Mattox, Robert  22 (1841 - 1931)  Robert's middle initial is given as F and as C;  Robert was born to Aaron and Sarah (Shaw) Mattox in Hocking Co, OH  (See the bio listed above this one);  He mustered into the 90th OH with his father in 62 and they mustered out with the rest of his company in 65;  In 1870, Robert was a Journeyman Shoemaker (perhaps, learning the trade from his father);  He married Elizabeth Melissa Tignor in 1872;  In 1900, they were living in Morgan Co, OH;  For the rest of his life, he lived in Muskingum Co, OH as a Shoemaker;  He died there in 1931 and was buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery

 

Miller, Jacob "Jake"  38  (<1824> - 1892)  Born in OH;  Married Elizabeth "Betsey" Jadwin in 1861;  Mustered in with his mates on 16 Aug 62;   Received a Medical Discharge from Louisville on 7 Sep 63; In most Census documents, he was listed as a Farmer;  In 1880, he was again listed as a Farmer, although it was also noted that he was Blind, Crippled, and Bedridden;  He told the 1890 Veterans' Census-taker that he suffered from paralysis and was totally disabled;  He died 2 Jan 1892 of Heart Failure in Hocking Co, OH 

Nihart, Addison  21  (1841 - 1921)  Born in OH to Henry and Catherine Nihart;  He grew up in Hocking Co, OH and mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  He mustered out on a Surgeon's Certificate on 20 May 65 from Camp Chase, OH;  He moved to Montgomery Co, KS by 1870 and married Hattie Colyer in 1874;  In 1884, he filed an Invalid's Pension Petition;  By 1900, he had moved his family to Polk Co, MO, where he would be a Farmer until he died in 1921

 

 

Oldfield, Allen W.  27  (1835 - 1908)  Born in VA, the son of Joseph and Sarah Oldfield;  He spent most of his life as a Farmer in Hocking Co, OH; He married Mahala Spring in 1856;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  He mustered out on a Surgeon's Certificate on 20 Jan 65 from Camp Dennison, OH;  He married Elizabeth "Lizzie" Stroop in 1878;  In 1900, his occupation was given as Pensioner;  He died in Breckenridge, Caldwell Co, MO in 1908, and was buried in Hocking Co, OH

 

 

 

 

Patterson, John  23  (1839 -  )  Mustered in on 16 Aug 62;  Promoted from Pvt to Cpl on 1 Jan 65, and would remain a Cpl until he mustered out on 13 Jun 65, I have been unable to identify which John Patterson was ours--the John W. Patterson (1841-1914) who was married to Amanda Miller and lived in Tippecanoe Co, IN?  The John A. Patterson (1839-1882) who was married to Vienna Baker and was buried in Logan Co, OH?  Or one of the many other John Pattersons?

Payne, Edgar Thomas  18?  (1844? - 1924)  The AG's Roster showed his birth year as 1844, but most records show the year of his birth as 1847, making him 15 when he was mustered in;  Born in Muskingum Co, OH;  His name is variously given as Edgar T, Edgar Thomas, and Thomas Edgar and simply as Thomas in the AG's Report;  Mustered in on 16 Aug 62;  Discharged from Camp Cripple Creek on 22 Jun 63--because this was not a medical discharge, I wonder if he was he discharged because his true age was discovered;  He was a Journeyman Cooper in Hocking Co in 1870;  In 1880, he was a Master Cooper living in Columbus;  He married Catherine Speakman in 1882;  In 1900, he and his family were living in Union Co, OH as a Mill Engineer;  In 1910 and 1920, he and his family were living in Columbus once again, where he worked as an Engineer;  He died in Columbus in 1924 of Tuberculosis and is buried in the Greenlawn Cemetery

Pence, Nathan  20  (1843 - 1881)  Born in OH, the son of Peter and Sally Ann Pence;  They lived in Hocking Co, OH in 1860;  Mustered in and out with the rest of Company G;  He married Catherine Teets in 1867;  In 1870 and 1880, Nathan was a Farmer in Hocking Co;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1881;  He lived "...four miles north of Bloomingville, near the celebrated Ash Cave..." and died in August 1881 of Erysipelas, according to a notice in The Athens Messenger of 25 Aug 1881;  His widow did not file for her Pension until 1883 

Pettit, Joseph F.  18  (1844 - 1924)  Family sources on Ancestry spell his surname Pettet;  Born in Perry Co, OH to William Pettet;  Worked on the family farm in Hocking Co in 1860;  He mustered in with Company G on 16 Aug 62 and mustered out with them on 13 Jun 65;  He returned to his family's farm after the War;  In 1870, he was a Farmer in Hocking Co;  He married Mary Catherine Morris (or Davis) in 1872 and continued as a Farmer in Hocking Co in 1880;  In 1900, he and Mary are living in Union Co, OH;  By 1910, he is a Widower, living with his son, William, and William's family in Madison Co, OH;  The same is true for 1920, although he lists himself as "Married" even though he is still a Widower;  He died in Madison Co in 1924

Phillips, Joseph   26  (1835 - 1918)  Born in France (or, perhaps Alsace);  Married Mary C. Stutter in Hocking Co, OH in 1858;  Mustered in and out with his company;  In 1870, he was a Gardener in Hamilton Co, OH;  In 1880, he and Mary and their children still live in Hamilton Co, OH where he is a Farmer;  In 1900, he responds to the Census-taker that he was born in 1831 and married in 1855;  He came to America in 1854;  In 1910, he is a Widower in and working as a Gardener in a Military School;  He died of Apoplexy in Cincinnati in 1918 and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in St. Bernard, Hamilton Co,  OH

 

Poling, Washington  26  (1836 - 1913)  Born in Fairfield Co, OH;  His parents were Peter and Margaret Poling;  In 1850 and 1860, Washington worked on his family's farm;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  He was discharged on a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability on 12 May 63  from a Nashville Hospital;  Was he at Cripple Creek?  I believe he probably was;  Married Elizabeth V. Mahler in 1865 (or 67);  For the rest of his life, he and Elizabeth and their children live in Perry Co, OH, where he is a Laborer;  He files a Petition for an Invalid's Pension in 1887;  He died in 1913 and was buried in the New Lexington Cemetery in Perry Co 

 

Ramey, George  28  (1835 - 1868)  Born in Hocking Co, OH to Elias and Rebecca Ramey;  In 1850, the Rameys were Farmers in Morgan Co, OH;  He married Diana Foraker (Foreacre) in Morgan Co, 1855;  George mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  He was discharged from Nashville on a Surgeon's Certificate on 3 Aug 63 (Was he ever at Cripple Creek?);  He returned home to Diana in Hocking Co, where he worked as a Common Laborer;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in Jun 65;  He died in 1868 of Acites and Heart Disease;  He was buried in Liberty Hill Cemetery in Hocking Co;  His name on the tombstone is spelled "Ramy"

 

 

Rhodes, John*  31  (1831 - 1865)  Born in OH;  Apparently he is the John Rhodes who married Mary Jane Curtis (given occasionally a Mary A. Curtis) in Noble Co, OH in Nov 1853;  The 1860 Census for Hocking Co lists John Rhodes, Farmer, with wife, Mary J., and son, Charles G;  Mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  Transferred to the VRC on 15 Jan 64; He reportedly died in hospital at Camp Douglas, near Chicago, IL, on 2 Feb 65, but I cannot find where he is buried;  Mary J. Rhodes filed for a Widow's Pension in Apr 65;  In the 1870 Census for Hocking Co, Mary J. is living with her two children, Charles and Augusta A;  In Feb 73, a Minor's Pension is filed listing Thomas Anderson as Guardian

 

 

Russell, George  22  (1836? 1840? - 1894? 1910?)  Born in 1836 in Hocking Co. OH, according to family records, the son of Samuel and Maria(h);  Samuel, Maria, George, John (See the next bio) and their other children are listed in Hocking Co in 1860, with George's birth year being circa 1839;  Mustered in with his company on 16 Aug 62, but was discharged on a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability on 15 Feb 65;  He married Melvina (sometimes listed as Lovina) Dennis in Hocking Co in 1866;  He is listed in Hocking Co as a Farm Laborer in 1870;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1876;  In 1880, he is listed as a Laborer in Hocking Co;  In the 1890's Veterans' Census, he is a Farmer in Hocking Co who suffers from Pernicious Anemia contracted during the War;  In 1900 Hocking Co, he is a Day Laborer, born in Apr 1836;  In the 1910 Census for Hocking Co, he is a Widower and a Farmer;  He died, according to family records, of Abdominal Ascites, and is buried in the S. Bloomingvale Cemetery in Hocking Co, OH  

Russell , John  18  (1844? - 1884?)  Born either in 1844 or 45, the apparent son of Samuel and Maria(h) Russell and the younger brother of George Russell in the bio above;  Mustered in and out with his comrades;  I cannot find him in 1870 and 1880, but there is a record of a Mother's Pension filed for him in OH in 1884 by Maria Russell

 

Sharron, John  18  (1844 - )   Mustered in and out with the rest of Company G;  I was unable to learn anything else for now 

 

Shaw, John Chilcote  19  (1842 - )   Born in OH and brought up in Hocking Co for both the 1850 Census  and the 1860 Census, the son of James and Nancy (Chilcote) Shaw;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  He would be captured at Chickamauga on 20 Sep 63 and eventually exchanged after 17 months and 6 days;  He mustered out 19 Jun 65 from Camp Chase, OH;  He married Almira Jordan in 1865 in Vinton Co, OH;  He married again in 1876, to Josephine ("Josie") Ann Wolf;  In 1880, he and his family were Farmers in Pickaway Co;  In 1890, he told the Veterans' Census-taker that he suffered from Heart Disease; He continued to live in Pickaway Co as a Farmer and a Laborer until his death in 1911;  He was buried in Circleville, OH 

Siniff, Thomas  28  (1833 - 1906)  Born in OH, the son of Philip and Mary Siniff;  He married Sinai Hardin in 1860 in Hocking Co, OH;  Mustered into Co G on 16 Aug 62;  Discharged on 31 Jan 63 (from Cripple Creek?) in order to join the Mississippi Marine Brigade;  He mustered out of the MMB on 1 Feb 1865;  He and Sinai had 2 children, Orlando and Mary;  Sinai died in 1868 and Thomas married Sarah C. Hardin in 1869 in Hocking Co;  In 1870, he and his family were living in Perry Co, OH where he was a School Teacher;  He was a School Teacher in Allen Co, OH in 1880;   He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1890;  In 1900, he and his family were still living in Allen Co, where he was a Farmer;  He died in 1906 and he was buried in Hardin Co, OH, although I cannot find a burial record for him;   Sarah filed for a Widow's Pension in 1908    

Smith, Benjamin Franklin   25  (1837 - 1928)  Born in Marion Co, OH, although he lived most of his life in Hardin Co, OH;  He was the son of John H and Elizabeth Smith;  Mustered in and out with the rest of Company G; He married Clarinda Jane Eaton in 1868 in Hardin Co;  He and Clarinda and their children were Farmers in Hardin Co;  After Clarinda died in 1909, he continued to live in Hardin Co, first with a daughter and her family in 1910 and later with a son and his family in 1920;  He died in Hardin Co and was buried in the Wolf Creek Cemetery 

 

 

 

Switzer, John Nelson   18  (1845 - 1922)  He was born in Hampshire Co, (W)VA to William L. and Dorcas Switzer;  In 1860, he and his family were living in Hocking Co, OH; He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62 as a Pvt;  On 1 Jun 65, he was promoted to a Cpl and mustered out on 15 Jun 65;  John's brother, William (See next bio), was promoted at the same time;  He married Elizabeth Funk in 1868;  The 1870 Census saw John and Elizabeth living in Fairfield Co, OH, where he was a Farmer;  For the rest of his life, he was a Farmer in Perry Co, OH;  In 1885, he filed for an Invalid's Pension;  He told the Census-taker in 1890 that during the War, he was shot in the head and the wrist;  He died in 1922 and was buried in Hocking Co, OH in the South Harvey Chapel 

Switzer, William  21  (1842 - 1921)  William was born in VA (WV?), the son of William L.. and Dorcas Switzer;  The Switzers were Farmers in Hocking Co, OH in 1860;  William's military record is identical to that of his younger brother, John:  Mustered in  on 16 Aug 62 as a Pvt;  On 1 Jun 65, he was promoted to a Cpl and mustered out on 15 Jun 65;  He married Mary Kinney in 1867 in Hocking Co;  By 1870, they were Farmers in Randolph Co, IN;  He filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1875;  The 1880 Census found William and his family living in Chariton Co, MO, where he would live out the rest of his life;  He is buried in the Mendon City Cemetery in Chariton Co

Tatman, Amos P.  43  (1813?  1819? - 1897?)  Born in MD, probably in 1813;  By 1840, he was living in Hocking Co, OH;  He married Rachel Jadwin, but I cannot find out when or where;  He was mustered into 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  No further information is available;  Spent most of his life in Hocking Co, OH as a Farmer;  Died in 1897 (buried on 27 Jan 1897 in Madison Co, OH in the Pleasant Cemetery)

Timberlake, Samuel  31  (1827 - 1906)  Born in OH; Married Martha Ellen Buchanan in 1853 (or 1855);  Lived as a Farmer in Muskingum Co, OH in 1860;  He mustered into Co G of the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  Mustered out on 11 Jun 65 in Louisville by the War Dept;  In 1870 and 1880, he was a Farmer in Hocking Co, OH;  In 1890, he was still in Hocking Co and told the Census-taker that he suffered Rheumatism in his leg and back as a result of the War;  By 1900, he was living in Ross Co, OH, where he died in 1906 and was buried there in the Green Summit Cemetery

 

Vorhees, Thomas Bitler  23  (1839 - 1936)   Born in Hocking Co, OH to Ruliff (Rutleff, Rudolf) and Alice Voorhees/Vorhees;  He lived nearly all of his nearly 100 years as a Farmer in Hocking Co;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  Transferred to the VRC on 31 Jan 65 and mustered out with them on 13 Jul 65;  Family tradition says he was one of the guards posted on State Street in Chicago in April 1865, along the route of President Lincoln's funeral procession;  He married Margaret A. Reid in 1865 and reared a family that would include 12 children;  While his official occupation was always given as "Farmer", he was also apparently a minister of the gospel (ordained?) in the Methodist-Episcopal Church;  He suffered a fall roughly three years before his death and was hospitalized for three months (for a broken "limb"--possibly a hip?) before returning home;  After his fall, he could walk, but only with assistance, and was able to perform only certain daily tasks, such as shaving himself;  Rev. Vorhees was buried in the Methodist-Episcopal Church Cemetery in Laurel Twp in Hocking Co

Westenhaver, John  19  (1843 - 1882)  Born in OH to John and Margaret Westenhaver;  They lived in Hocking Co, OH in 1850;  He mustered into Co G of the 90th OH  in Aug 62 and mustered out with his company in Jun 65;  He married Caroline Moore in 1868;  They had two daughters and were Farmers in Hocking Co in the 1870s and 1880s;  He died in 1882 and was buried in the Old Logan Cemetery in Hocking Co 

Williams, Elbridge Gary  25  (1837 - 1895)  Born in Muskingum Co, OH to Gurden D. and Charlotte Williams;  By 1850, they were living in Hocking Co, OH;  He married Rachel McKitrick in 1858;  He mustered into Co G on 10 Aug 62 as a Pvt;  He would eventually be promoted to the rank of Cpl on 20 Aug 63, which he would retain until he mustered out on 13 Jun 65;  In 1871, the Williams Family moved to Marshall Co, KS, where they were Farmers;  Elbridge filed for an Invalid's Pension in 1886; 

He died of Consumption in 1895 and was buried in the Vermillion Cemetery in Marshall Co

 

Wood, James W.  19  (1842 - 1926)  Born in Athens Co, OH  to Elijah and Matilda Wood;  Cemetery records list his birthdate as 6 Apr 1842;  Alternate dates of birth from family sources on Ancestry include 6 Apr 1840 and 26 Apr 41;  He mustered into the 90th OH on 16 Aug 62;  He transferred to the VRC on 1 Sep 63 and mustered out with them;  He married Rhoda McCullough in 1870 in Athens Co;  He worked as a Coal Miner and a Farmer through the years, primarily in Hocking Co;  Rhoda died in 1913 and he married Mary Nancy Roby in 1916;  He died in 1926 in Hocking Co and was buried in the Asbury Methodist Cemetery  

 

 

               MEN OF COMPANY G WHO WERE NOT AT CAMP CRIPPLE CREEK

         DIED                           GONE                     NOT YET                   IN  HOSPITAL                 NOT YET

                                          HOME                TRANSFERRED                                                   RECRUITED

Ankrum, William

Green, Edwin R. M.

Harkless, George

Heinline, John W.

Kimble, Henry A.

Parks, Jesse

Tedrick, Samuel

Viceroy, Henry J.

Willemine, James A.

Baird, David

Black, David

Sharron, Joseph

Jadwin, Jacob*  (He  

   would die 1 Feb 63

   at home in Erie Co,

   OH)

Crow, George R -- Will be

   the 1 Lt of Co F until

   24 Sep 64 (then will be

   Capt of Co G)

Mosure, Aaron W. -- Will

   be 1 Sgt of Co E until

   24 Sept 64

Bowers, William* (Would die

  in Nashville Hospital Feb 63)

Carpenter, Andrew

Coffland, Benjamin (Cpl)

   (Was wounded at Stones

   River and would be discharged

   11 Aug 63 from Camp Dennison)

Creighton, Samuel   

English, John*  (Would die in

  Murfreesboro Hospital 21

  Jan 63)

Eveland, Alva D. (Cpl)  (Would be

   discharged 7 Jun 63 from Camp

   Dennison)

Green, Bruce F.

Hiles, John T.*  (Would die on

   10 Mar 63 on the steamer

   Ohio on way to Cincinnati)

Hoffman, Simon*  (Would die

   in Murfreesboro Hospital on

   20 Jan 63)

Mann, John*  (Would die in a

   Nashville Hospital on 18  

   Jan 63)

Martin, Wm. K.* (1 Sgt)

   (Would die 7 Feb 63 in a

   Nashville Hosp)

Potter, Lyman* (Would die in

   Nashville on 6 Jan 63)

Reynolds, Frederick*  (Would    die in Murfreesboro on

   9 Jan 63)

Speelman, Joseph*  (Would

   die in Nashville 18 Jan 63) 

???Williams, Henry (Would be 

   disch from a Nashville Hosp on

   1 Mar 63--was he ever at Cripple

   Creek?) 

???Wolfe, John C. (Would be 

   disch from a Louisville Hosp on

   16 Mar 63--Was he ever at

    Cripple Creek?)

Fairman, Harvey

Harkless,, Philip*

Kelch, George P. (Cpl)

Kelch, William B.

Parish, Alfred

Pence, Washington