In Memory of the Heroes of the Township, a War Memorial

In Memory of the Heroes of the Township, a War Memorial (HM2229)

Location: Youngstown, OH 44503 Mahoning County
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Country: United States of America
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N 41° 6.014', W 80° 38.952'

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Antietam Chickamauga The heroic dead of Youngstown township killed in battle or died from disease contracted in the army, 1861 - 1865. 1st infantry division Army of Virginia, Surgeon in Chief Thomas J. Shannon, Cedar Creek, 2nd O.V. Calvary. Joseph A. Truesdale, Fort Scott William Wakefield, Washington 7th O.V. Infantry Lieut. Joseph H. Ross, Cedar Mountain, VA. Sergt. Andrew J. Kelley, Winchester, VA. Sergt. Robert McClelland, Dallas, GA. Sergt. John McFadden, Frederick, MD. James Bisf, Winchester, VA. Michael Campbell, Fort Republic, VA. George Fox, Cedar Mountain, VA James F. Ray, Cedar Mountain, VA William Walldorff, Cedar Mountain, VA James Q. Stevenson, Cedar Mountain, VA Lemuel J. Cecil, Charlestown, VA. Abram D. Crooks, Youngstown, OH. Charles L. Crowden, Dallas, GA. Joseph S. Deeds, Dallas, GA. John D. Dicks, Kanawa, W. VA. Jacob Mulley, Murfressboro, TENN. James G. Shoaf, Charlestown, VA. John Shannon, Brier Hill, OHIO. Thomas D. Williams, Harpers Ferry David Williams 18th O.V. Infantry Lieu. Daniel Donovan, Stone River Corp. Daniel Cooper, Stone River John Thomas, Shiloh Isaac Davis, Stone River Charles Jacobs, Chickamauga Patrick Murphy, Nashville,
TENN. Samuel Vogan, McMinnville,TENN. Peter Allison, Andersonville Prison. Erected by the citizens of Youngstown, in memory of the heroes of the township who gave their lives to their country in the War of the Rebellion 1861 to 1865. Pvt. Jacob Nixon Robinson 5th U.S.C.T. Co. A Ohio Ft. Monroe, VA.
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Stone River Cedar Mountain— O.V. Infantry Sergt. Eli Fitch, Cloyd Mountain, W.VA. Mayberry Goodman, Antietam David Williams, South Mountain, MD. Luther Leslie, Wheeling, W.VA. David M. Edwards Thomas Moore, Rebel Prison — O.V. Infantry Lieut. Frederic Lenn—, Vicksburg, MISS. John Lumf, Vicksburg, MISS. Ignatius B-uter, Wyoming, VA. Henry Lo—er, Wyoming, VA. -4th O.V. Infantry Benjamin Kyle, Camp Nelson, KY. Manley Partidge, Camp Nelson, KY. 2nd O.V. Calvary Joseph A. Truesdale, Fort Scott. William Wakefield, Washington -th O.V. Calvalry Lieut. Henry Baldwin, Ladds Farm Sergt. John Dunlap, Stevensburg William Borts, Wilderness Robert Barrett, died in prison William Shieble, died in prison 10th O.V. Cavalry Corp. Hiram Pifield, Ringgold, GA. Corp. James B. Johnston, Andersonville Prison —O. Battery Colton -. ———-, ————-, ——. — O. Battery ——- Powers,
Knoxville, TENN.
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Perryville Vicksburg 10- O.V. Infantry Sergt. Lafayette McCoy, Murfreesboro, TENN. Sergt. William H. Graic, Chickamauga, Sergt. K.W. King, Chickamauga, John -ouls, Chickamaugua, James Williams, Perryville, KY. Kl—v Nielson, Perryville, KY. Michael - -inty, Perryville, KY. Albert Miller, Perryville, KY. [24 lines too weather worn]
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Shiloh Winchester 2- O.V. Infantry Capt. William H. Ross, Chickamauga Lieut. David M. Clelland, Stone River, Lieut. Samuel Platt, Atlanta, GA. Lieut. James G. Morrow, Johnsons Island, Sergt. John A. Woods, Big Shantee, GA. Sergt. Joseph Fullerton, Chickamauga, Sergt. James Cochrane, Chickamauga, Sergt. John Jennings, Stone River, Corp. Nikolaus Krichbaum, Stone River, Isaac Rider, Stone River, John Tagg, Stone River, John Carny, Stone River, Joseph Reese, Stone River, Robert McCauley, Chickamauga, Daniel Mitchell, Chickamauga, James Evans, Chickamauga, William Crum, Chickamauga, James McEvey, Chickamauga, John Llewellyn, Chickamauga, David Williams, Chickamauga, Luman Parmele, Kennesaw, GA., Con Dacy, Andersonville Prison, William Brown, Andersonville Prison, Samuel Birch, Booneville, VA., John Smith,
Green Lake, Texas, Francis P. Jones, Chattanooga, TENN. 188th O.V. Infantry George Ague, Camp Chase -ILL. V. Infantry Elias A Crooks, Youngstown, Ohio, 100th PA. V. Infantry, James W. Bell, James Island, S.C.
J.C. Batterson, FECIT., Hartford, CONN.
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HM NumberHM2229
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Year Placed1870
Placed ByCitizens of the Township of Youngstwon
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 at 10:01am PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17T E 529458 N 4549943
Decimal Degrees41.10023333, -80.64920000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 41° 6.014', W 80° 38.952'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds41° 6' 0.84000000000001" N, 80° 38' 57.12" W
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Area Code(s)330, 234
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 47-61 Wick Ave, Youngstown OH 44503, US
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