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197th Ohio Infantry      
Company B
Eben Behymer - Private   
born 2-3-1825 died 7-7-1904 buried Amelia Ioof cemetery son of Joel Behymer.
Contact Name:  Kristy Martin
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  7/5/2012
Company B
Randolph S Boulware - Private   
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Contact Name:  Rick
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Date Added:  7/23/2008
Company D
Robert S Speaks - 2nd Corporal   
He enlisted at age 18 and served as a private in the Ohio Volunteer on August 7th 1862 and mustered out on June 7th, 1865 in Washington DC. He was born February 3rd, 1844 and died March 18th, 1909.His wife's name was Sarah Hester Taylor.
He was my great grandfather.
Contact Name:  Cindie Rote
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Date Added:  3/21/2006
Company F
John W. Dunseth - Private   
PVT, Co F, 89th Reg, OH, INF (Union side)

Buried at Old Bethel ME Cemetery, Clermont Co, OH
Contact Name:  Linda Hinojosa
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Date Added:  10/31/2017
Company F
Robert M. Dunseth - Unknown   
File number 5766712 per Fold3.com
Contact Name:  Linda K. Hinojosa
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Contact Homepage:  lkh928@hotmail.com
Date Added:  9/23/2017
Company G
Thomas Jefferson Doughman - Private   
Doughman wounded at Chickamauga, returned as disabled to Union, later returned to home at Goshen, Clermont County, Ohio,
Contact Name:  Lee Flandreau
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Contact Homepage:  Lreaux
Date Added:  4/17/2018
Company H
Henry Jump - Private   
Wounded at Chickamauga and taken prisoner. Escaped three days later. Moved from Ohio about 1868 to Illinois and became a barber. Died 03 March 1905 Maroa, Macon Co, IL. Buried in Wright's Grove (also called Ridge) cemetery near Maroa.

Contact Name:  Diane
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Date Added:  3/28/2012
Company H
John Russell Kingery - Corporal   
Born: June 30, 1822
Place: Highland Co., Ohio
Died: July 15, 1865
Place: Unknown

Killed in Action

*John Kingery is my Third Cousin, Six Times Removed*
Contact Name:  Arturo Lara
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Date Added:  8/9/2013
Company I
Charles Louis Bailey - Private   
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Contact Name:  Greg Watson
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Date Added:  7/2/2007
Company I
Enoch Ebbon Bailey - Private   
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Contact Name:  Greg Watson
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Date Added:  7/2/2007
Company K
Nelson Adams - Private   
One of my great granduncles. Enlisted at the age of 15 years, 6 months, 7 days. His brother, Wesley Rowe Adams, also served in this unit.
Contact Name:  Hal Hunt
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Date Added:  12/5/2005
Company K
Wesley Rowe Adams - Captain   
One of my great grandfathers. His brother, Nelson Adams, also served with this unit. Captain Adams was captured during the Battle of Chickamauga and sent to Libby Prison. After 4 months and 9 days, he escaped through a tunnel, along with 108 other prisoners, and rejoined his unit for General Sherman's campaign against Atlanta, Georgia. While later serving under General Thomas, he was appointed as Colonel of the 175th Ohio Infantry (USA) but before his commission arrived, the 175th was so reduced in numbers at the Battle of Franklin that he was not able to muster in as their Colonel. He was not successful in his efforts to reconstitute the regiment and returned home at the conclusion of the war.
Contact Name:  Hal Hunt
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Date Added:  12/5/2005
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