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122nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Company D

OFFICERS

B.F. Sells, Captain
James Work, First Lieutenant
James Sells, Second Lieutenant
William A. McGruder†, First Sergeant
Henrey Forrest, Second Sergeant
Jacob Rogers, Third Sergeant
David Cooper, Fourth Sergeant
James Bradfield, Fifth Sergeant
John G. Powelson, First Corporal
John W. Watsonª, Second Corporal
Jacob Gribeler, Third Corporal
Caleb C. Wheeler, Fourth Corporal
James H. Goodman, Fifth Corporal
James C. Stringfellow, Sixth Corporal
John W. Phillipsª, Seventh Corporal
Andrew D. Keefer*†, Eighth Corporal

Privates

George W. Adams*, Lewis Bickelorª, Charles Bertho, Samuel Bingerª†, Ambrose Bryanª, Ira C. Brillman°, Robert Brink, Adam Bodine°, Noah Blackford, James Buckmaster°, Joseph Cross, Elisha Cross, John P. Cly°, James O. Cochran, John Cochran, William H. Callentine, James B. Cooperª, John Casebier*, James Carter, William Camp, Vincent Clark*, Augustus Coxª, John Darr*, William H. Divan, Joseph O. Donnely, John M.P. Davis*, Samuel H. Elliot†, Gotleib Feas, Henry Fretag, Eli Fortner, Peter Fortner, George W. Hughes†, William King, George King, William W. Kincaid, George Kiser, Zach M. Jewell, James Layland, George Ladees, John Laland, Hugh Lynch, James Miller, Robert Marshman, Thomas Mullen, John W. Magruder, Adam Murry, Patrick Murphy, Alexander Martin, John Meyers, John Moore, Frank Morton, William McFee, Aaron Norris, Samuel Neptune, John T. Nelson, Samuel Phillips, John H. Ravir, William Roney, John W. Ridenbaugh, Levi Ross, William Roderick, William Reay.

†Burial info below. *Died in Battle. °Captured in Battle. ªDisability Discharge. See individual below.


Soldiers Who Died,
Were Disabled,
or Were Captured.

Corporal Andrew Keefer, age 22, died December 11, 1862, at Cumberland, MD.

Corporal Gillman B. Stephens, age 26, died June 28, 1863, at Winchester, VA, of wounds received June 14, 1863, in battle.

Private George Adams, age 21, died August 26, 1863, at Governor's Island, New York Harbor.

Private John Casebier, age 21, died November 27, 1862, at New Creek, W VA.

Private Vincent Clark, age 18, died January 6, 1864, at Alexandria, VA, of wounds received November 27, 1863, in the Battle of Mine Run, VA.

Private John Darr, age 21, died February 6, 1863, at Winchester, VA.

Private John M.P. Davis, age 36, died December 23, 1863, Brandy Station, VA.

Corporal George Loders, age 18, Captured June 13, 1863, at Battle of Winchester, VA: appointed Corporal June 1, 1865.

Private Ira C. Billman, age 20, captured June 15, 1863, at Battle of Winchester, VA: transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps ???, 11, 1864.

Private Adam Bodine, age 44, captured June 15, 1863, at Battle of Winchester, VA: transferred to Company F, 18th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, April 15, 1864, from which mustered out June 27, 1865, at Washington, DC, by order of the War Department.

Private John P. Cly, age 21, captured June 15, 1863, at Battle of Winchester, VA, mustered out with Company June 26, 1865.

Corporal John W. Watson, age 22, discharged April 18, 1863, at Columbus, OH, on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Corporal John W. Phillips, age 24, discharged January 23, 1864, at Brandy Station, VA, on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Private Lewis Biechler, age 33, discharged April 2, 1863, at Winchester, VA, on Surgeon's certificate of disability.

Private Samuel Binger was discharged June 28, 1865, at Philedelphia, PA, on Surgeon's certificate of disability.


Burial Information

Below are the resting places of the following Civil War Soldiers:

West Carlisle Cemetery

Captain William A. Magruder
Buried in Taylor, Texas
Memorial Stone in West Carlisle
Served as Captain of Companies C & A 122 Regiment of the OVI. Also served as 1st Sergeant Company D 122 OVI.

Corporal Andrew Keefer
Died in Cumberland, MD
Memorial Stone in West Carlisle
Company D 122 OVI.

Private Samuel Elliott
West Carlisle Cemetery
Company D 122 OVI.

Private George W. Hughes
West Carlisle Cemetery
Company D 122 OVI.

Wesley S. Welling
West Carlisle Cemetery.
Company F 80th OVI.

John W. Lynch
West Carlisle Cemetery
Company E 23rd OVI.

Hezekiah H. Hughes
West Carlisle Cemetery
Company E 12th OVI.
Company H 23rd OVI.

James Carter
Big Run Nazarene Cemetery
Monroe Twp.
Co. B. 122nd OVI
No dates

James B. Cooper
Frankln Methodist Protestant Cemetery
Franklin Twp.
Co. D 122nd OVI
April 30, 1834 - June 20, 1912

William Roderick
Frankln Methodist Protestant Cemetery
Franklin Twp.
Son of Thomas and M.
Co. D 122nd OVI
Died at Winchester VA
February 23, 1863
19y/10m/2d

William McFee
Frankln Methodist Protestant Cemetery
Franklin Twp.
Co. D 122nd OVI
No Date


Civil War Soldiers
buried in Coshocton County

Taylor Methodist Church Cemetery

Hinds,      Elishia Jr.  Co C 51st OVI
April 1, 1866
34y/2m/16d
Norris, William J. Co C 51st OVI
March 30, 1866
29y/9m/22d
Corbet, William Co C 51st OVI
February 6, 1871
24y/5m

Big Run Nazarene Cemetery
Monroe Township

Donaldson,  J.W.         Co D 51st OVI no dates
Fortune, Jacob Co D 51st OVI 1845-19--
McCluggage, James G. Co E 15th OVI no dates
McCoy, Sgt. Edmund Co B 16th OVI 08-21-1861
Carter, James Co B 122nd OVI no date