Civil War Units of Clark County, Ohio
Submitted by W. Ed Page Jan. 2002
Listed in W. H. Beers "History of Clark County Ohio"
are the following
Military units that were formed from the men of Clark County. Mr. Beers lists many soldiers, noting that some were killed or wounded. Not all of the units were entirely from Clark County. Dates of mustering in and out are also included.
These are listed as original author (Beers) wrote them in his book. If anyone has any additional history on any of these units they would like to share, please contact me and I will include it.
SPRINGFIELD ZOUAVE CADETS (MASON'S) CO. F 2ND O.V.I.
3RD O.V.I. CO. D (VANANDA'S) (OLD SPRINGFIELD LIGHT ARTILLERY)
16TH O.V.I. (3 MONTHS) KNOWN AS THE JEFFERSON GUARDS
BAND OF THE 16TH O.V.I. (3 MONTHS)
CO. C (RALPH HUNT'S), 1ST KENTUCKY INFANTRY
16TH OHIO INDEPENDENT BATTERY
44TH REGIMENT, O.V.I. AND 8TH REGIMENT, O.V.C.
CO. B 44TH O.V.I.
CO. C 44TH O.V.I.
CO. C 8TH O.V.C.
CO. D 44TH O.V.I.
CO. D 8TH O.V.C.
* CO. F 44TH O.V.I. (STOUGH'S)
* CO. F 8TH O.V.C.
CO. H 44TH O.V.I.
CO. H 8TH O.V.C.
CO. I 44TH O.V.I. (WILBUR F. CUMMIMNG)(SPRINGFIELD ZOUAVES)
CO. I 8TH O.V.C.
5TH REGIMENT O.V.C. - CO. C (HALSEY'S)
11TH OHIO VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.
Information on Company F, 11th Ohio Cavalry:
Company F, 11th OVC was recruited in June 1863 with a compliment of 103 men. A small Contingent of Ohioans (37 men), was supplimented with 66 CSA POW's recruited from Camp Chase, Ohio. The CSA POW's were primarily from western Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Any recruits recruited in August 1863 were from Missouri and Kansas.
The 11th Ohio Cavalry served on the Overland Trail in the Dakota Territory (WYO). It garrisoned forts, stage, and telegraph stations. Company F, 11th Ohio Cavalry was instrumental in the creation of Fort Collins, Colorado. A city of the same name grew up around the post.
THE FIRST OHIO CAVALRY
CO. F (PIATT ZOUAVES)
10TH OHIO BATTERY
86TH O.V.I. - CO. B (3 MONTHS)
CO. A (PERRY STEWART'S, AFTERWARD AMAZIAH WINGER'S)
CO. G GIBSON'S, AFTERWARD McCONKEY'S)
17TH OHIO (BLOUNT'S) INDEPENDENT BATTERY
THE SQUIRREL HUNTERS
110TH REGIMENT O.V.I. CO. C COLORS
BAND OF THE 2ND BRIGADE, 3RD DIVISION, SIXTH ARMY CORPS
CO. C (MONTJOY'S)
FIRST OHIO HEAVY ARTILLERY- CO. K
146TH REGIMENT NATIONAL GUARD
CO. D (MILLER'S)
CO. I (BOWN'S)
152ND REGIMENT N.G.
CO. E (BUSHNELL'S) O.V.I.
CO. K (WELSH'S) O.V.I.
153RD REGIMENT NATIONAL GUARD
CO. E (McKINNEY'S) O.V.I.
CO. F (CROSS')
168TH NATIONAL GUARD - CO. K (RETTER'S) O.V.I.
184TH O.V.I. CO. E (MOLER'S)
4TH OHIO INDEPENDENT CAVALRY BATTALION
13TH MISSOURI BAND
Not listed in Beers, History of Clark County but had residents from Clark County in their regiment.
(Birge's Western Sharpshooters)
Three Year Service
November 20, 1862 - July 7, 1865
November 23,1861 (mustered in as 14th Missouri Infantry Volunteers; name changed to 66th)