Additional List of Killed and Wounded of the 48th Ohio Vet. Vols. - List of Officers of the 13th Army Corps, Prisoners at Camp Ford, Texas - Roster of the Commissioned Officers of the 48th Ohio Vet. Vols.
PARTIAL LIST of killed and wounded of the 48th Regiment at the battle of Shiloh, April 6th and 7th, 1862, as far as we could ascertain:
Killed: Clem Tudor, David Morgan, Elias Henry.
Wounded: Sergeants William Willis and B. W. Ladd. Corporals Geo. R. Conard and Daniel T. Williams. Privates W. C. Edwards, John W. Spurlock, David Woosley, J. W. Leeka, Peter Fry.
Missing: Chas. Rodgers.
Taken Prisoner: Wm. Tudor.
Killed: Aaron Sales.
Mortally Wounded: Elias J. Hill, Wm. James and L. Malott.
Wounded Severely: First Serg't. John D. Nevins, Corp'l. W. N. Harvey and Simeon Sales.
Slightly Wounded: James Brewer.
Killed: Jesse Nelson.
Mortally Wounded: Jacob Lippolt, Simpson Rains and John C. Hamontree.
Severely Wounded: James Vanpelt, Edward Chambers, Amos Laymon, L. A. Williams, E. Jones, James Seal and D. B. Hogan.
Slightly Wounded: W. A. Pratt, J. W. Hayner.
Taken Prisoners: J. W. Hayner, E. Lafferty.
Killed: Serg't. John Canter, Peter Craven, Bushrod McDonald and Milton Pavey.
Mortally Wounded and Taken Prisoner: Albert West.
Slightly Wounded: David H. Canter and Corp'l. John T. McElvain.
Killed: Isaac Duncan and I. Fox,
Wounded: Henry Lair, Obed Macy, - Lendersmith and Henry Hilderbrand.
Wounded: Edwin Cory, Christopher Nagle, George Morrison, Robert Cosgrave, James Myers, Frederick Hoeltzel and David Welker.
Killed: Richard Smith.
Slightly Wounded: James Hair.
Mortally Wounded: Corporals Stephen Workman and John Bardsley.
Killed: Privates, S. Hallam, Jacob Thomas, Selkirk Molott, Wilson Kratzer and E. Hill.
Mortally Wounded : First Serg't. P. M. Everhard.
Wounded: Corporal Moses Edwards. Privates Geo. Weeks and Cornelius Turner.
Killed: Samuel Doty and Hiram S. Manchester.
Mortally Wounded: Wm. J. Helmes, John Riley.
Wounded: Serg't. W. J. Srofe, Corp'l. B. C. Bourne, F. L. Ashton, Jno. Hitesman, Wm. B. Kennedy and John McKenzie.
Partial list of killed and wounded at Arkansas Post, Jan. 11, 1863:
Wounded: James Brewer, J. J. Thompson.
Wounded: Corporals Allen Pierce, John T. McEIvain and H. Luttrell.
Wounded: D. Craven.
Killed: George Blair.
Wounded: Serg't. Geo. M. Williams and Corp'l. Michael Stark.
Killed: John W. Daily.
Wounded: James H. Troy.
Killed and wounded at Ft. Blakely, Alabama, April 9, 1865, giving the letter of the company to which they belonged in the 48th Ohio before the consolidation:
Mortally Wounded: John R. Lynn.
Wounded: Corp'l. Allen Turnipseed.
Killed: H. Cox.
Wounded: J. W. Cashatt and Geo. Cox.
Wounded: Corp'l. W. C. Robins.
Wounded : Riley Workman, received nine wounds and recovered.
Wounded: Elias Conover, William Lindsey.
The following is a list of the officers of the 13th Army Corps, captured at Sabine Cross-Roads, La., April 8, 1864. Also those of the 77th Ohio, captured at Marks' Mills, and 120th Ohio, captured on steamer City Belle:
Lieut. Col. John Cowan, Danville, Kentucky,
Maj. J. I. Mann, Harrodsburg, "
Adj't. Geo. C. Rue, " "
Capt. Wm. H. Cundiff, Somerset, "
" L. A. Hamblin, " "
" Henry L. Whitehouse, Haysville, "
" John Barnett, Antioch, "
" H. H. Forbes, Danville, "
" Alexander Logan, Lancaster, "
" W. F. McKinney, Stanford, "
Lieut. V. L. Lester, Somerset, "
" Thomas Cundiff, " "
" Abe Whitnack, Harrodsburg, "
" Elijah Baker, Poor Fork, "
" Eberle Wilson, Hustonville, "
" Zachariah Morgan, Hazard, "
" S. W. Hedger, Lancaster, "
Capt. Wm. Prescott, Springfield, Illinois.
" Jesse R. Johnson, Claremont, "
" John W. Watts, Sumner, "
Lieut. J. W. Paulin, Curran, "
Lieut. Wm. Harnerd, Pocahontas, Illinois,
" R. S. Taylor, Springfield, "
" Wm. C. Pool, Marshall, "
" Chas. W. Johnson, Pocahontas, "
Capt. J. M. McCullock, Low Point, Illinois.
" Joseph H. Stevison, Peoria, "
" G. G. Stearns, Knoxville, "
Lieut. H. L. Bushnell, Peoria, "
" M. O. Harkness, Southport, "
" S. S. Edwards, Edwards Station, "
" Henry Wyman, Brimfield, "
" C. F. McCullock, Low Point, "
Chaplain J. S. McCullock, Peoria, "
Lieut. Col. J. W. Lindsey, Delaware,Ohio,
Maj. J. A. Bering, Lynchburg, "
Capt. James Sowry, West Milton, "
" Daniel Gunsaullus, Fayette, Kansas,
" Andrew M. Cochran, Greenville, 0.
" Thos. Montgomery, Lynchburg, "
Lieut. M. McCaffrey, New Lexington, "
" Wm. J. Srofe, Hamersville, "
" Harvey W. Day, Mt. Oreb, "
Lieut. P. S. Evans, 96th Ohio, Marysville, 0.
" Nicholas Steinauer, 6oth Ind. Tell City,
" S. W. Griffith, 32d Iowa, Berlin, Iowa,
Capt. P. H. White, Chic. Mer. Bat., Albany, N. Y.
Lieut. P. S. Cone, same, Chicago, Ill.
Lieut. Col. A. M. Flora, 46th Ind., Logansport, Indiana.
Capt. Wm. DeHart, same, Logansport, Ind.
Chap. Hamilton Robb, same, Delphi, Ind.
Lieut. Thos. Hughes, 28th Ia., Iowa City, Ia.
Captured on steamer City Belle, at Snaggy Point, Louisiana, May 3, 1864:
Capt. J. P. Rummell, Newville Ohio.
" Benj. G. Miller, Wooster, "
" Elias Froundfelter, Ashland, "
" Benj. G. Jones, Shreve, "
Capt. Valentine Moffat, Dalton, "
Lieut. Harvey Applegate, Perryville, "
" Wm. B. Millikan, Ontario, "
Captured at Marks' Mills, April 25, 1864:
Capt. A. W. McCormack, Cincinnati, Ohio.
" R. H. McKitrich, " "
Lieut. R. E. Smithson, Regnier's Mills, "
" Sam'l. Fulton, Clarington, "
" R. H. Flemming, Barlow, "
" Wm. W. Scott, Barlow, "
" N. B. Smith, McConnellsville, "
" D. A. Marlow, Matamoras. "