Enlistees during the Civil War from Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio, Page 4

The following is extracted from the Perrysburg Journal published December 16, 1910 and consists of a list of men from Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio who enlisted for the Civil War.   This list was compiled by Chris Pinkboiner, one of those from the village who enlisted.   We present this information as we copied it from the newspaper and offer no guarantees with respect to its accuracy.   In fact, we were unable to verify two soldiers on page 17 who were listed as earning the Congressional Medal of Honor.   So please use this extraction as you would any newspaper source and verify information through other means.


Perrysburg Journal, December 16, 1910   (P. 16   P. 17   P. 18   P. 19)

Page 19

BOYS IN BLUE


Continued from Page eighteen.


Squirrel Hunters went to Cincinnati September, 1862 to head off the invasion of Kerby Smith into Ohio.

Ezekial Tefft - 75; died at Perrysburg, O., 1865

Palmer Tefft - 40; died at Perrysburg, 1869.

James M. Charles - 60; died at Perrysburg, O., 1889

William Johnson - 60 - died at Perrysburg, O., 1888.

James W. Ross - 45 - died at Perrysburg, O., 1906.

James J. Smith - 55 - died at Perrysburg, O., 1895

Valentine Schwind - 32.

James H. Pierce - 40 - died at Perrysburg, O., 1894.

John M. Hirth - 45 - died at Perrysburg, O., 1879.

D. K. Hollenbeck - 30.

James P. Averill - 22.

John E. Wilkinson - 20; died at Cleveland, O., 1903.

Andrew Burns - 22- died at Grand Rapids, O., 1890.

James Eddleman - 30; died at Sinking Springs, O., 1890.

Augustus LaFarree - 35; died at Stony Ridge, O. 1870.

Chris Scheets - 17.

Paul Dreher - 28; died at Perrysburg, O., 1868.

Frederick Hlrth - 30.

Joseph A. Smith - 35.

Benj. A. Zingg - 21; died at Perrysburg, 1895.