Clark County, Ohio

History and Genealogy



Clark County's Civil War Soldiers

From The History of Clark County, Ohio
Chicago: W.H. Beers & Co., 1881


ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FOURTH O.V.I.


was one of the regiments raised under the last call of President Lincoln, to serve for one year. It was organized at Camp Chase, on the 21st of February, 1865, and was at once ordered to Nashville, Tenn. It performed garrison duty, and was frequently brought in contact with the rebel guerilla forces. A number of prisoners were taken, at the expense of a few casualties. The One Hundred and Eighty-fourth was composed of fine material, many of the members having served three years, and there is no doubt but it would have made an excellent record had the immediate termination of the war not required it to be mustered out of the service, which event took place at Camp Chase, Ohio, on the 27th of September, 1865. Clark County was represented by the following named men:


EXPLANATION.
k—Killed in action; p— Prisoner; w—Wounded; pd—promoted; d—Died in service; dd—Deceased; m—Missing.


COMPANY E (MOLER'S) ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FOURTH O.V.I.
 
Captain, J. Douglas Moler.
First Lieutenant, Joseph Blair.
 
Allen, William
Betzold, J.J.
Bare, W.H.
Cephas, Laney
Collins, James
Gregg, James M.
Greenwood, T.
Hill, John
Kirkpatrick, Samuel
Kills, I.
Needles, W.M.
Mead, William O.
Maslon, Thomas
Nave, Enoch
Peters, Daniel M.
Stratton, S.
South, Eli
Taylor, N.R.
Teatch, David
Wildasin, John
Wallace, Elder
Wilson, William
Weathershine, S.
Warren, John F.
Wheeler, Oscar W.
Weigel, Washington