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June 4, 1862
O[liver] D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, District of the Ohio, Nashville, Tennessee. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Extract from Special Orders No. 67; stating that the resignation of Major J[ames] E. Dresbach, 4th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Cavalry was accepted, and that he was honorably discharged from the service of the United States on June 4, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 208]

June 4, 1862
O[liver] D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, District of the Ohio, Nashville, Tennessee. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Extract from Special Orders No. 67; stating that the resignations of 1st Lieutenant Thomas Burns, 10th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and Assistant Surgeon [E.W.] Steele, 74th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry were accepted, and that they were honorably discharged from the service of the United States on June 4, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 210]

June 5, 1862
O[liver] D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, District of the Ohio, Nashville, Tennessee. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Extract from Special Orders No. 68; stating that the resignations of 1st Lieutenant T[imothy] G. Loomis, and 2nd Lieutenant E[dwin] C. Leach, 42nd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry were accepted, and that they were honorably discharged from the service of the United States on June 5, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 211]

June 6, 1862
O[liver] D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, District of the Ohio, Nashville, Tennessee. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Extract from Special Orders No. 69; stating that the resignations of 2nd Lieutenant John R. Hitesman, Company F, 74th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and 1st Lieutenant Marion Knight, 42nd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry were accepted, and that they were honorably discharged from the service of the United States on June 6, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 212]

June 7, 1862
O[liver] D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, District of the Ohio, Nashville, Tennessee. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Extract from Special Orders No. 70; stating that the resignation of Lieutenant A. Parish, 51st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry was accepted, and that he was accordingly honorably discharged from the service of the United States on June 7, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 179]

June 9, 1862
E[benezer] B. Andrews, Major, 36th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Meadow Bluff, Western Virginia. To Governor David Tod. Letter stating that knowing Tod's deep interest in the success and honor of Ohio troops, he trusted Tod would pardon him for giving a brief account of the splendid battle fought and won at Lewisburg, [Virginia] by the 36th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry and 44th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry under Colonel George Crook commanding the 3rd Provisional Brigade; providing an account of the battle at Lewisburg, Virginia; and recommending Crook for the appointment of Brigadier General.
4 pp. [Series 147-38: 8]

June 9, 1862
George W. Thompson, et. al., Eaton, Preble County, Ohio. To Governor David Tod. Letter signed by members of the Preble County Military Committee and other Preble County officials; and stating that the bearer, Moses Nelson of Preble County, was anxious to obtain the position of Assistant Quartermaster or some position within Tod's control, that Nelson was determined to go into the service as a Private if he could do no better, but his friends thought that his age, capacity, etc., entitled him to something above that of Private, that Nelson had two sons in the ranks and would have the third were he old enough, that Nelson was an uncompromising, unconditional Union man, and was honest, competent, and faithful, that Preble County had about one thousand men in the field and had but one regimental officer, and that about 100 men would leave Preble County that day or the next morning for the three months' service.
3 pp. [Series 147-38: 2]

June 12, 1862
J. Kreider Mowa, Secretary Pro Tem, and H. Vinal, Chairman, Military Committee of Clark County, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio. To Adjutant General [Charles W.] Hill. Letter stating that the committee recommended George Ege as a suitable person for senior 1st Lieutenant to recruit for Captain Blount's battery of artillery, and Abner Tuttle as junior 1st Lieutenant, William H. Hamilton as senior 2nd Lieutenant, and George Rabbits as junior 2nd Lieutenant of the same battery.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 79]

June 13, 1862
Thomas McIntyre, former Chaplain, 53rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Piketon, Pike County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C[harles] W. Hill. Letter stating that his recruiting station was Piketon, Ohio and his limits were Pike County, Jackson County, and Lawrence County, and that he was appointed on October 18, 1861, appointed Chaplain in the regiment on December 13, 1861, and took the oath on December 28, 1861; and requesting Hill to certify both and to inform him to whom he should apply for his pay.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 33]

June 15, 1862
D[ennis] Kenny, Jr., Captain, Battery C, 1st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Light Artillery, Camp near Corinth, Mississippi. To Adjutant General [Charles W.] Hill. Letter stating that he was in receipt of a paper containing a notice for recruits to fill up the 52nd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry signed by Lieutenant O[scar] C. Pratt, that Pratt was a Private in his battery and had been absent without leave since January 1, that he had received no notice of Pratt being relieved from duty by promotion or otherwise, and that he thought a man who shirked the dangers and expenses of the field, at a time when every able-bodied man was needed, deserved nothing from the state which he had dishonored.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 131]

June 16, 1862
Lewis Newsom, et. al., Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio. To Governor David Tod. Letter signed by seven citizens of Gallia County; calling Tod's attention to the exposed and unprotected situation of Gallipolis; stating that there was no regular armed military force at Gallipolis except for a company of the 60th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (one year's service), that the Captain thought his company would be ordered off in a few days, that another company was being located at Gallipolis and some twenty members were now there, that these men were unarmed and undrilled, that Tod must be aware that Gallipolis was now an important post with a hospital and warehouses erected at the expense of the general government, that the warehouses often contained thousands of tons of army stores besides stabling for some two thousand or more horses, that the post also included extensive quarters for quartermaster and commissary departments, and that the post should be well guarded, especially when it was known that all regiments stationed at Ceredo, Guyandotte, Point Pleasant, Buffalo, Winfield, and generally in the Valley of the Kanawha had been removed to active operation in the south, on the Potomac, or in the Shenandoah Valley; requesting that Captain William S. Irwin and his efficient company remain at Gallipolis so that a force of at least 200 men might be at all times ready to assist the militia in guarding the public property and the town; and stating that rebels were constantly visiting Gallipolis and conferring with sympathizers residing among them, and that it was feared there were designs for the destruction of the public property.
2 pp. [Series 147-38: 127]

June 16, 1862
John F. Raynolds, Canton, Stark County, Ohio. To Adjutant General Charles W. Hill. Letter stating that he could probably make a certified abstract of the muster roll of the 6th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Cavalry (so far as it pertained to William F. Raynolds, Jr.) in order to get the pay of William F. Raynolds, Jr.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 6]

June 16, 1862
A.F. Rockwell, Aide-de-Camp and Acting Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, Army of the Ohio, In Camp near Florence, Alabama. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Special Orders No. 77; stating that the resignations of 1st Lieutenant David McClellan, Company D, 26th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1st Lieutenant John L. Watson, Company B, 26th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1st Lieutenant D.H. Rowland, Company D, 65th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and 2nd Lieutenant John G. Patton, Company G, 1st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry were accepted to take effect on June 16, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 194]

June 17, 1862
William D. Wood Colt, Acting Adjutant General, Headquarters, State of Missouri, Adjutant General's Office, St. Louis, Missouri. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Letter enclosing Special Orders No. 80, directing the transfer of the 13th Infantry, Missouri Volunteers to the State of Ohio; and stating that the original muster-in rolls of the regiment could be obtained upon application to those headquarters.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 193]

June 17, 1862
William D. Wood Colt, Acting Adjutant General, Headquarters, State of Missouri, Adjutant General's Office, St. Louis, Missouri. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Special Orders No. 80; stating that in accordance with General Orders No. 18 from the War Department and instructions from the Adjutant General's Office at Washington, the regiment of infantry known heretofore as the 13th Missouri Volunteers was transferred to the State of Ohio. By order of the Commander in Chief.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 195]

June 18, 1862
James Q. Baird, Captain, Company G, 66th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Front Royal, Virginia. To ? Letter certifying that Oliver P. Taylor, member of Company G, 66th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, enlisted at West Liberty, Ohio in October 1861, and served with his company and regiment in Virginia, honestly and faithfully, up to May 8, 1862, at which time he was on picket duty where an enemy was momentarily expected; and stating that Taylor had positive orders from him to let no one pass without the countersign, that at about 2 A.M. on May 9, the 5th New York Cavalry attempted to pass their picket lines in a direction that they were looking for an enemy, that Taylor halted 600 members of said regiment supposing them to be enemies and demanded the countersign, that the foremost man drew his pistol and fired, hitting Taylor in the left shoulder and rendering him unfit for service until the present time, that he could cheerfully recommend Taylor to the position of Lieutenant in the army for his unflinching bravery, soldierly bearing, and good behavior, and that Taylor understood the drill well and was always prompt.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 13]

June 18, 1862
William Sawyer, St. Marys, Auglaize County, Ohio. To Dr. G. V[olney] Dorsey. Letter stating that his son, L.C. Sawyer, was a Lieutenant in the 5th Independent Battery, Ohio Volunteer Light Artillery, and that his son, together with two of the other Lieutenants, contemplated resigning on account of some difficulties caused by a domineering spirit manifested by [Andrew] Hickenlooper over the officers of the company; requesting that Governor David Tod refuse their resignations; and stating that if this was done, he had no doubt that all would be right in a few days. Bears a forwarding note from Dorsey. Also bears a note from Adjutant General [Charles W.] Hill, stating that resignations did not come before the Governor for acceptance or refusal.
3 pp. [Series 147-38: 126]

June 19, 1862
A.F. Rockwell, Aide-de-Camp and Acting Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, Army of the Ohio, Camp near Florence, Alabama. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Special Orders No. 80; stating that the resignation of 1st Lieutenant James W. Powell, Company G, 1st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry was accepted to take effect on June 19, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 181]

June 20, 1862
John Mendenhall, Captain, 4th Artillery, Camp near Bear River. To ? Letter certifying that Private [John] Marshall of the 24th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry had served with his battery since about May 13; and stating that Marshall had proven himself to be a most excellent and efficient artillery soldier and would be a most valuable addition to any artillery company.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 52]

June 20, 1862
A.F. Rockwell, Aide-de-Camp and Acting Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, Army of the Ohio, Camp near Florence, Alabama. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Special Orders No. 81; stating that the resignations of 1st Lieutenant Robert Moore, 3rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, and Assistant Surgeon Charles G. Wilbur, 59th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry were accepted to take effect on June 20, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 182]

June 21, 1862
O[liver] D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, District of the Ohio, Nashville, Tennessee. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Extract from Special Orders No. 83; stating that the resignation of 2nd Lieutenant J[acob] W. Shively, 69th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry was accepted, and that he was honorably discharged from the service of the United States on June 21, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 199]

June 21, 1862
George B. Hicks, Clarksville, Clinton County, Ohio. To Governor David Tod. Letter stating that the company would be disbanded next Monday, and that he thought he could get about 30 or 40 of them for three years' service; asking if Tod would send him the necessary papers for recruiting so that he could send men to Camp Dennison as fast as recruited; and stating that if it could be done, he would be glad to have his commission by Tuesday morning's mail, and that some of his present recruits lived 15 and 20 miles from Clarksville and he thought they could be secured while the fever was on them.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 32]

June 22, 1862
A.C. Bagley, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. To the Honorable William Dennison. Letter asking what line of policy had been pursued in relation to paying the three months' volunteers, called out by the proclamation of the President, who did not reenlist for the term of three years or during the war; and stating that an early answer would much oblige.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 119]

June 22, 1862
A.F. Rockwell, Aide-de-Camp and Acting Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, Army of the Ohio, Camp near Florence, Alabama. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Special Orders No. 83; stating that the resignation of Captain Albert Langworthy, Company A, 49th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry was accepted to take effect on June 22, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 184]

June 23, 1862
Edward Bohm, 2nd Sergeant, Company K, 7th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. To Sir. Letter asking if he could get transportation to Columbus for all the prisoners of the 7th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry who had not received any pay up to date; and stating that he had already published a call to them to report their names to him for the purpose of sending them to the addressee for tickets, and that he could send in all the names by June 25.
2 pp. [Series 147-38: 4]

June 23, 1862
J.J. Cook, Woodville, Sandusky County, Ohio. To Governor David Tod. Letter stating that he was obliged, on account of sickness, to resign his position as 2nd Lieutenant in the 72nd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, that this was not from his own wish, that the regimental and divisional surgeons examined him and advised that he resign his position as there was no chance of his getting well in camp and it was impossible to get a furlough under the new order, that he had been at home for several weeks and was getting well, and that if there was any chance for him to get a position either in the volunteer service or regular army, his services were at Tod's command; and citing his former Captain as a reference regarding his qualifications.
2 pp. [Series 147-38: 110]

June 23, 1862
W.S. Crowell, Jefferson, Ashtabula County, Ohio. To Governor David Tod. Letter stating that in April 1862, he resigned his position of 1st Lieutenant in Company A, 29th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry for reasons that were deemed imperative and weighty, and received his honorable discharge from Washington, that he had been in the service since the beginning of the war, being one of the first young men who left Jefferson, that he felt a desire to again exert himself for the honor of their cause, that he was in the battle at Rich Mountain the previous summer and, enlisting again in the service, was present at the battle of Winchester in March, that he was now engaged in the study of the law, but what was the defense of an active man who idly conned his books while their great republic and their precious liberties were threatened, that he begged Tod to give him a position in one of the regiments now forming or formed, that he pledged not to disgrace his professions, his state, or the Governor, that his late companions in arms had suffered terribly yet fought nobly in the late disaster at Port Republic, and that if Tod could not see a favorable opening for him, he felt as though he must return to his former boys, shoulder the musket, and be one of them.
2 pp. [Series 147-38: 122]

June 23, 1862
Charles E. Mitchener, Camp Chase, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C[harles] W. Hill. Letter stating that he received the appointment of Adjutant of the 80th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry on February 3, 1862, and was advised by Adjutant General [C.P.] Buckingham to apply for a furlough to join the regiment, that General [Don Carlos] Buell refused to grant him a furlough and said he must remain with the 51st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry until he was mustered out, that on March 27, 1862, he received his discharge from the 51st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, that at the time, he was confined to his room in Nashville, Tennessee with the typhoid fever and had to decline the appointment to preserve his health, that his declination was sent to Buckingham about April 4, 1862, that since the restoration of his health, he was anxious to reenter the service, having been in it since the commencement of the war, that he and several other officers of the 51st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry were examined at Camp Wickliffe, Kentucky in February 1862 by the Military Board for the 4th Division, that if necessary, he could furnish a favorable report of the examination, and that Hill should act as his judgment dictated and he would be satisfied.
2 pp. [Series 147-38: 130]

June 23, 1862
A.F. Rockwell, Aide-de-Camp and Acting Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters, Army of the Ohio, Camp near Florence, Alabama. To the Adjutant General of Ohio. Special Orders No. 84; stating that the resignation of Lieutenant Francis M. Leflar, 26th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry was accepted to take effect on June 23, 1862. By command of Major General [Don Carlos] Buell.
1 p. [Series 147-38: 183]

June 23, 1862
D.L. Rockwell, Franklin Mills, Portage County, Ohio. To Adjutant General C[harles] W. Hill. Letter asking if a three months' volunteer was entitled to a bounty and if so, what course should be taken to get it. Bears pencilled note reading "not entitled to bounty".
1 p. [Series 147-38: 133]

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