Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Volume 12 (Google eBook)

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Werner Company, 1895 - Mexican War, 1846-1848
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Of the many volumes with this title, this is the final one and the one that actually has the War with Mexico enlistees included.

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Page vii - The treasurer shall keep a separate account of each fund in his hands ; and shall, at the end of each quarter of the fiscal year, report to the governor, in writing, under oath, the amount of all moneys in his hands to the credit of every such fund, and the place where the same are kept or deposited...
Page 311 - July 20, 1865, when it was mustered out, in accordance with orders from the war department. The official list of battles in which this regiment bore an honorable part is not...
Page 452 - The Second and Third Regiments will return to their homes with the consciousness that they have done great credit to their State, rendered good service to their country, and that they bear with them the hearty good will and sincere admiration of the companies and commander. " This regiment fought at Aqua Fria and Buena Vista, and had lost during its period of service six killed, two drowned and sixty died of disease. It was mustered out of the United States service June 23, 1847, at New Orleans....
Page vii - Ohio grand army of the republic and loyal legion, each one copy; To each county recorder, to be by him kept in his office and transferred to his successor as other public records, one copy. The remainder of said copies after such distribution, shall be placed on sale by the adjutant-general, at a price not exceeding one dollar per volume.
Page 426 - ... I wish you could have been present and seen your First Regiment in the battle of Monterey. I am sure you would have been proud of them. They walked into the most galling and murderous cross-fires of the enemy with the coolness of old regular soldiers — not a man nor an officer flinching. Thej formed and fired upon the enemy with steadiness and obeyed every order promptly. "They received great credit from every officer of the Army who saw them. I regret exceedingly that our other two regiments...
Page 475 - Wool, issued at Buena Vista, May 16, 1847, prior to the mustering out of the regiment: "The General commanding cannot see the Ohio regiments separate from his command without expressing the entire satisfaction which their good discipline, orderly conduct, and fine military appearance have uniformly given him, and which causes him so deeply to regret that they are not to be with him in the future operations against Mexico. "The Second and Third Regiments will return to their homes with the consciousness...
Page vii - An act to regulate black and mulatto persons," as is contrary to this act, together with the sixth section thereof be, and the same is hereby repealed. This act shall take effect and be in force, from and after the first day of April next.
Page v - Astembly of the State of Ohio, That the Governor, Secretary of State and Adjutant-General be and they are hereby authorized to secure the publication, in book form, of the complete Roster of all the Regiments, or parts of Regiments, furnished by Ohio, in the War with Mexico, and in the War of the Rebellion ; said publication to contain the main items of the record of each officer and soldier, so far as the same is attainable, from the rolls now in the Adjutant-General's Office, and in the War Department...
Page 285 - YEARS' SERVICE. THIS Regiment was organized at Camp Cleveland, O., from August to September, 1862, to serve three years. It was mustered out of service July 9, 1865, in accordance with orders from the War Department. The official list of battles in which this Regiment bore an honorable part is...

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