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October 9, 1861
M.C. Cuykendall, Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Letter accepting his appointment as Assistant Surgeon of the 48th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 115]

October 9, 1861
Jno. A. Davenport, et. al., Woodsfield, Monroe County, Ohio. To the Governor of Ohio. Letter signed by ten individuals; and stating that they understood there was a vacancy in the office of 2nd Lieutenant in the 25th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry currently in service in western Virginia, that their friend, E. Archbold of Woodsfield, had two sons in said regiment, one a Private and the other an Orderly Sergeant, and that they took pleasure in recommending either son as suitable and fully competent for the position of 2nd Lieutenant.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 91]

October 9, 1861
Timothy A. Doherty, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter requesting a Lieutenant's commission for the purpose of recruiting a company for active service; and stating that he had seen service before, of which he could produce testimonials, and that he had been tendered a commission in another State's service, but would prefer service in his native State.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 147]

October 9, 1861
William L. Edmiston, Camp Wool, Athens, Athens County, Ohio. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Letter stating that he was in Camp Wool with seventy-eight men and a very strong probability of being filled to the minimum by October 10 or as soon as 8 or 10 men got their fall seeding done, that he had worked hard to raise his company, had been mustered into service as a 1st Lieutenant, had to contend against the strong influence of the Virginia recruiting officers, and had 30 men bought from him by persons recruiting for the Virginia regiments at 5 cents per head, that it was hard work recruiting where so many persons had permits to raise companies, that each recruiter gathered 30 or 40 men and there stopped, and what would make 2 or 3 good companies was divided among 6 or 8 aspirants to Captaincy's or Lieutenantcy's, that he had already sent one certificate of his qualifications and character, and could provide additional references, that he did not wish to be dismissed when he was so near the goal, that he lived in a section "tinctured" with secession to a great extent and many persons in his neighborhood had made it their business to influence men not to volunteer, and many had been kept from volunteering by the persuasions of said persons, that if he was not permitted to fill up, he would submit as a good citizen should and take his place in the ranks according to orders, and that they were going to Camp Dennison on October 10.
3 pp. [Series 147-12: 140]

October 9, 1861
Banjamin M. Failor, M.D., Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio. To Assistant Adjutant General R[odney] Mason. Letter accepting the position of Assistant Surgeon in the 19th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry; and stating that he would report to Colonel Samuel Beatty on October 10.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 116]

October 9, 1861
Charles M. Foulks, and Henry McCan, Commissioners of Columbiana County, and officers of the 19th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Hanoverton, Columbiana County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter recommending the appointment of Joseph Carruthers of Hanoverton as 2nd Lieutenant to be mustered into the service in the manner and for the purposes required in Buckingham's proclamation of September 27; and stating that Carruthers was a man in the prime of life, very energetic, of unblemished moral character, and peculiarly fitted for the position. Bears a note dated October 11, 1861, from Joseph G. Carruthers, Hanoverton to Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham stating that there was no committee appointed in Columbiana County, and that he could provide more references if necessary.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 196]

October 9, 1861
Davis Green, Marietta, Washington County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter stating that under a mistaken view of the duties of the Military Committee for his Congressional District, he had written to Dennison on October 8 declining his appointment to said committee, that after being advised officially of said duties and at the request of Mr. Putnam, another member of the committee, he had reconsidered his decision to decline, and that if no other appointment had already been made, he would accept the position.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 152]

October 9, 1861
John Groesbeck, Colonel, 39th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Camp Prentiss, Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter stating that the resignation of Nathan R. Thomson as 2nd Lieutenant of Company I was accepted by Major General [John C.] Fremont, that Andrew J. Lowell, 3rd Sergeant, was elected over 1st Sergeant John R. Connell by 2 votes to fill the vacancy, that Lowell's commission would date from October 7, that he was at Camp Prentiss with 4 companies, that 5 companies were at Kansas City and 1 company was left at Benton Barracks, Missouri to take care of the effects of the regiment, and that they passed their time in hunting traitors who were all mounted and made their escape.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 201]

October 9, 1861
John P. Haggett, Eaton, Preble County, Ohio. To Assistant Adjutant General R[odney] Mason. Letter accepting his appointment as Surgeon in the 64th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry; and stating that he would report as directed to Colonel John Sherman at Camp Buckingham.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 160]

October 9, 1861
E.B. Hale, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that his wife had two brothers who wanted to enlist, that they preferred to be attached to some Ohio regiment, that one of them served as a Private in the 1st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (three months' service), was in the Battle of [First] Bull Run, and did well, that the other had been with him for three years, that both brothers made good soldiers, that he was not willing to have them go as Privates, that he was writing to ask if the brothers could be appointed to 1st or 2nd Lieutenancies in some Ohio regiment, that he would prefer having the brothers in the same company or at least in the same regiment, that the brothers were good boys, stout, muscular, and intelligent, that the brothers would not disgrace themselves, that the oldest brother had 4 months good practice at Washington under [Alexander McDowell] McCook, that the younger brother was a member of the Perry Guards of Cleveland, that if the brothers could not get the appointments sought in any Ohio regiment, they would seek them in some other State, and that their names were George Hoyt and Franklin W. Hoyt.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 120]

October 9, 1861
Daniel Hamilton, Milan, Erie County, Ohio. To Assistant Adjutant General R[odney] Mason. Letter stating that he had been requested to write regarding two families who wanted to go into the army as nurses or cooks, that the one family consisted of a man, his wife, and daughter, and the other family consisted of a man and his wife, that the first family had two or three sons in the army, that his son William was in Mr. Doty's store at Springfield, and that a large number of men were enlisting locally at present.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 225]

October 9, 1861
S[amuel] H. Hamilton, 1st Sergeant, Company H, 26th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Urbana, Champaign County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that he had just arrived from the Kanawha Valley [Virginia] and as they had not received their pay, he was hard up and unable to come to Columbus, that they expected the Paymaster and would need the company's muster roll, and that he was leaving on October 12 for the Kanawha Brigade and wanted to take the muster roll with him; and requesting that Buckingham look for and send the muster roll for Company H.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 83]

October 9, 1861
Isaac N. Hathaway, Lieutenant Colonel, 67th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Oliver, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that C.H.B. Kellogg, 5th Congressional District, and J.C. Hart, Fulton County, were entitled to commissions for his district; requesting that Buckingham send notifications for Kellogg and Hart direct to him; and stating that Kellogg was quite a prominent public speaker locally.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 67]

October 9, 1861
Wade and Hutchins, Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio. To Assistant Adjutant General R[odney] Mason. Letter requesting the appointment of Captain N[orman] H. Barrett of Newton Falls, Trumbull County as a Recruiting Officer for the 6th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Cavalry; and stating that Barrett had served in the 19th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (three months' service), that Barrett was a good officer and could fill his company in a few days, that the number of papers issued would not embarrass them as many proposed to unite, and that Barrett already had half a company.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 149]

October 9, 1861
John J. Ireland, Captain, Company C, 48th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Camp Dennison, Hamilton County, Ohio. To Assistant Adjutant General R[odney] Mason. Letter stating that in reply to Mason's letter of October 3, requiring those who held permits to raise companies in Ohio to report in person to the Adjutant General's Department, he begged leave to say that with the aid and influence of Lieutenant White of the 48th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry he raised a company and had it in that regiment at Camp Dennison where he would be pleased to stay, and that he would furnish his company rolls in a day or two.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 86]

October 9, 1861
Henry E. Jones, Camp, 56th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, near Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter accepting his appointment as 1st Lieutenant (Adjutant) in the 56th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry; and stating that he had already reported himself to Colonel P[eter] Kinney.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 176]

October 9, 1861
J.J. Kirk, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. To Assistant Adjutant General R[odney] Mason. Letter stating that he was well satisfied that he could do nothing until he obtained a commission for the simple reason that he was not able to pay traveling expenses, etc., and run the risk of losing all, and that when he first applied, he thought that he could pass free to and from Brown County where he expected to raise the largest portion of his men.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 49]

October 9, 1861
Constant Lake, Secretary, and L. Firestone, President, County Military Committee of Wayne County, Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter stating that Josiah H. Hitchcock was a suitable person to be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant under the late rules for the organization of military companies, that Hitchcock was a man of good moral character and of such attainments as would fit him for the command of a company in the field, and that they believed Hitchcock could recruit a company in Wayne County.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 151]

October 9, 1861
R.B. Latta, 2nd Lieutenant, 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Lockland, Hamilton County, Ohio. To Assistant Adjutant General R[odney] Mason. Letter stating that he had written three times for a transfer from the 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry since the regiment was full, that perhaps Mason had not received his requests, that until he received a transfer, he could do nothing, that potential recruits wanted to know where they were going before they agreed to enlist, that one fourth of his twenty days had passed waiting for a transfer, that recruiting officers were scouring the country making his chance very uncertain, and that he had suggested the 69th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 43]

October 9, 1861
William Lawrence, et. al., Springfield, Clark County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter signed by seven members of the Eighth Congressional Military Committee; stating that Dr. J.G. Palmer had partly raised a company, a portion of whom were now in camp with the 50th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry at Hamilton, and that since permission had been granted to raise a regiment in Champaign County and adjoining counties, it was found it to be utterly impracticable to fill Palmer's company for any but the 66th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry; and suggesting the transfer of said company to the 66th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 94]

October 9, 1861
F.C. LeBlond, Congressional Committee for Mercer County, Celina, Mercer County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that many persons enlisted in the three years' service and when the time came for organizing, they refused to serve; and asking if there was any way to compel persons who enlisted to continue in the service.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 46]

October 9, 1861
N[athaniel] C. McLean, Colonel, 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and Robert Reily, Major, 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter recommending that [James A.] Johnston be issued a commission as Lieutenant in the 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry; and stating that it was thought Major General [Nathaniel P.] Banks would not grant Johnston his discharge upon a simple recruiting permit, but that Johnston's commission must be absolute, and that from all accounts, Johnston was a man who would do good service and they needed all such men.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 40]

October 9, 1861
N[athaniel] C. McLean, Colonel, 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that he had agreed to issue a permit to James A. Johnston and sent a letter to Major General [Nathaniel P.] Banks asking for Johnston's discharge from service in order that Johnston might receive a commission under him, that to this letter there had been no reply, that he still wanted Johnston with him, and that he would be obliged if Buckingham would issue a permit to Johnston to recruit for his regiment.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 41]

October 9, 1861
Lucius P. Marsh, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter stating that B.A. Thomas, on the borders of Perry County and Muskingum County, had seventy men already enrolled and pledged to go with him, that they knew Thomas to be in every way qualified and hoped he might be appointed Lieutenant, and that Thomas and all the men wanted to join the 62nd Regiment at Camp Goddard. Bears the endorsement of F.B. Pond, stating that Thomas was with him in the three months' service as an Orderly Sergeant; and the endorsement of Jno. O'Neill, stating that Thomas was not known to him personally, but that he was informed by T.J. Maginnis, Union candidate for Senator in his District, that Thomas was a very worthy man and in every way reliable.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 68]

October 9, 1861
M.G. Mitchell, Piqua, Miami County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter stating that [Barton S.] Kyle informed their committee on October 8, upon his return from Columbus, that owing to the large number already commissioned to recruit for the 71st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Dennison was not inclined to issue commissions to any others, that the bearer, Mr. McMillen, resided in Covington, Miami County and was well and favorably known in his part of the county, and would no doubt be able to recruit more men in his neighborhood than any or all the men holding commissions in Miami County, that he hoped Dennison would authorize McMillen to enter upon the work at once, that Doctor O'Ferrall was recruiting two companies of cavalry at Piqua under a permit from Colonel [William O.] Collins of Hillsboro, that Messrs. Shipley and Jacobs, the other two gentlemen named by their committee, were engaged with O'Ferrall, that O'Ferrall believed Shipley and Jacobs could succeed much better if they were commissioned, and that they had also recommended Shipley and Jacobs.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 20]

October 9, 1861
Thomas G. Odiorne, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that in accordance with Buckingham's dispatch received on October 8, he bought and sent by railroad to George B. Wright, Assistant Quartermaster General at Columbus, 500 pairs of 8 pound blankets, that the blankets were good ones and the best he could find, that if the blankets were like the sample, they would be satisfactory, that he paid $3,000 for the blankets and had drawn on Governor William Dennison for the amount, that the firm he dealt with had no more blankets, that another firm had additional blankets of the same kind, and that there were plenty of the poorer quality blankets available.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 123]

October 9, 1861
Ed[win] A. Parrott, Lieutenant Colonel Commanding, Headquarters, 1st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Corwin near Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that since it was presumed his command would soon receive marching orders, he was taking the liberty of calling Buckingham's attention to several deficiencies in the equipment of the regiment in the hope that they might be supplied, that the tents issued them by Quartermaster [John H.] Dickerson were not of the best material and many had been mildewed, that he ordered a Board of Survey which condemned the worst of the tents and had forwarded the report to Dickerson, that Dickerson replied with a promise of substituting whenever he was able to furnish other tents, but as yet had done nothing more, that most of the condemned tents were for the officers and were almost useless in wet weather, that there was not a sufficient number of wall tents issued and consequently, they had none for their Chaplain nor for their Surgeon nor Adjutant, that they had been unable to get a hospital tent and he had given up his own for the use of the sick, that this answered for the present, but would, he feared, be insufficient when they went into the field, that the tents for the enlisted men were of the description known as the "bell tent" and one tent had been issued to every fourteen men, that while this many could be packed in, he respectfully submitted that a due regard for the health of the men forbade such close quarters, and that his men had received one blanket each and it was a "poor affair"; asking if it would be possible to give them an additional blanket, or if he might be permitted to appeal to the patriotic citizens of Dayton to supply this need; stating that the knapsacks issued to them were deficient, lacking the straps for fastening the blanket on the top; suggesting that he be authorized to purchase these necessary additions on the credit of the State at a presumed cost of $100 to $150; and stating that in organizing the regiment, Colonel [Alexander McDowell] McCook determined on bugles instead of the ordinary drums for the music and estimated for 20 bugles, that their chief musician had been very earnest and successful in teaching the musicians of the different companies to sound the calls, but as yet they had no instrument except the two borrowed for the purpose of instruction, that a band being the last of their wants, they had made no effort to secure one until very recently, that he supposed Buckingham's department had frequent applications for employment from such corps of musicians and hoped that Buckingham might place them in correspondence with a good band, that several deserters from his command were re-enlisted at Camp Dennison, that some weeks since he made application for the return of one deserter and addressed his communication to Brigadier General [Ormsby M.] Mitchel, but received no reply, that if he was authorized to pass a Sergeant and contingent of men over the road to Cincinnati and back, he would send down and bring back these deserters to punishment, that he thought it would have a good effect to make an example, that they had two companies that were not yet filled to the minimum, that one of these companies would undoubtedly be full within the week, that if he understood the present process of recruiting, Buckingham might be able to send them men to fill up the other company, and that about 80 men would be required to bring the two companies up to the maximum.
3 pp. [Series 147-12: 121]

October 9, 1861
Ed[win] A. Parrott, Lieutenant Colonel Commanding, Headquarters, 1st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Corwin [near Dayton], Montgomery County, Ohio. To whom it may concern. Letter stating that Sergeant [Morris] Karr of Company E had consented to be transferred on order of the proper authority to the 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Bears a note from W.H. Martin, Lieutenant Colonel, 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, to Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham, stating that Karr wanted to be transferred from the 1st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry to the 75th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and that Buckingham would confer a great favor on Karr by so doing. Also bears letter from Morris Karr to Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham, stating that he was offered a better position than what he now occupied, that the company in which he proposed going was filling up fast and they wanted him to go in camp as soon as possible, and that he was only out on leave of absence.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 88]

October 9, 1861
Enoch Pearce, Surgeon, 61st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Steubenville, Jefferson County, Ohio. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Letter accepting his appointment as Surgeon in the 61st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry; and stating that he would report within the week to Colonel Newton Schleich at Camp Medill near Lancaster, Ohio.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 135]

October 9, 1861
D.W. Rhodes, et. al., Delaware, Delaware County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter signed by four individuals; recommending the appointment of John S. Rieg of Delaware, whom they believed to be in every way qualified to raise a company of Germans for the war; and stating that Rieg had served some five years as an officer under Colonel [Franz] Siegel in Germany, and that Rieg's aim was to enlist as rapidly as possible for the purpose of entering the 58th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry now forming at Columbus.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 53]

October 9, 1861
J.F. Schuyler, Agency of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad Company, Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that William Smith of Attica, Seneca County, Ohio, who had a commission to recruit, had orders to come to Columbus and be sworn in, that Smith would have to give up his commission as he did not now intend to serve in the army, that he had asked John Sherman for a commission to recruit in Attica and vicinity, but Sherman said he had no authority to grant additional commissions, and that Sherman was anxious for him to have authority to recruit; and asking if Buckingham would appoint him in place of William Smith.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 48]

October 9, 1861
John Sherman, Colonel, Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter asking if he was at liberty to appoint an Adjutant on a temporary basis; recommending the appointment of William Blair Lord; stating that Lord could only serve until the regiment was organized, and that Lord had been performing the duties of Adjutant; and asking Buckingham's opinion regarding John L. Tyler, formerly of Columbus, now of Dayton.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 99]

October 9, 1861
J[oshua] W. Sill, Colonel, 33rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Camp Morrow, Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter regarding the election in Company C to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Captain [William H.] Douglas; requesting that W[illiam] R. Foster, Charles Brooker, and Edgar J. Higby be confirmed as Captain, 1st Lieutenant, and 2nd Lieutenant respectively; stating that any other appointments would produce intense dissatisfaction in Company C; asking if he would be justified in appointing Rev. [George W.] Dubois, son-in-law of Bishop [Charles P.] McIlvaine, Chaplain of his regiment without waiting for a vote of the Captains; and stating that Dubois was currently Chaplain of the 11th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, but wanted to join the 33rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
2 pp. [Series 147-12: 233]

October 9, 1861
W.R. Smith, et. al., Hillsboro, Highland County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter signed by two members of the District Military Committee and two members of the County Military Committee; recommending the appointment of Peter Van Winkle of Hillsboro as Lieutenant to recruit a company of cavalry in Highland County for a regiment being raised by William O. Collins.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 73]

[October? 9?, 1861]
S[amuel] H. Steedman, Lieutenant Colonel, 68th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter recommending Andrew Jackson for the position of Lieutenant; and stating that Jackson was a young man of sterling integrity and was worthy and qualified for any position.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 42]

[October? 9?, 1861]
S[amuel] H. Steedman, Lieutenant Colonel, 68th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter recommending Edward Glennan for the position of Lieutenant.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 42]

October 9, 1861
William H. Trimble, Hillsboro, Highland County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter recommending Peter Van Winkle for appointment as 2nd Lieutenant to raise a cavalry company for Colonel William O. Collins' regiment.
1 p. [Series 147-12: 45]

October 9, 1861
William H. Trimble, Colonel, 60th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (one year's service), Hillsboro, Highland County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter recommending Townsend E. Reid as a suitable person for appointment as 2nd Lieutenant to raise a company for the 60th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (one year's service).
1 p. [Series 147-12: 98]

October 9, 1861
William H. Trimble, Colonel, 60th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (one year's service), Hillsboro, Highland County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter recommending Isaac N. Van Mater as a suitable person for appointment as 2nd Lieutenant to raise a company for the 60th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (one year's service).
1 p. [Series 147-12: 74]

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