35th Ohio Infantry

35th Ohio Infantry (HMQA4)

Location: Chickamauga, GA 30707 Walker County
Country: United States of America

N 34° 55.646', W 85° 16.209'

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Van Derveer's Brigade — Brannan's Division

— Thomas' Corps —

[Front Side of Monument]:

Thirty - Fifth
Ohio Infantry.
Van Derveer's Brigade.
Brannan's Division, Thomas Corps

This regiment, Lt. Col. Henry Boynton commanding, was engaged Sept. 19th, 1863, in the opening of the battle by Brannan's Division, near Jay's Mill. It participated Sept. 20th at 11 A.M. on the Kelly Field in the repulse of Adams' and Stovall's Brigades of Breckinridge's Div. It occupied this position at 2:30 P.M. forming the right of Van Derveer's Brigade and of Brannan's Command, and after the withdrawal at sunset of Steedman's troops on its right and the partial capture of three intervening regiments, it became the right of the line on Snodgrass Hill. It defeated every attempt to carry this position. Soon after 7:30 P.M. all efforts to take this point having been abandoned, the regiment was ordered to follow those on its left in withdrawing. Taken into action, 391 officers and men. Casualties: Killed 24, Mortally Wounded 19; Wounded 124; Captured or Missing 28; Total 195. Percentage of Loss 49.87.

[Right Side of Monument]:

Killed and mortally wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga, September 19th and 20th 1863.
Company G Killed:
Lewis W. Byers. Corp.
Isaac Anderson. Priv.
David Riggle. Priv.
William O. Staub. Priv.
William H. Watts. Priv.
Mortally Wounded:
Joseph C. Gillespie. Priv.
Comapany H. Killed:
William B. Campbell. Sergt.
John Wesley Henning. Corp.
William Rhoades. Priv.
August Weinmeister. Priv.
Mortally Wounded:
Joseph Speitel. Corp.
Jacob Raaf, Priv.
Company I Killed:
Thompson Ligget, Priv.
Mortally wounded:
Emamuel Gratz, Priv.
Frank W. Hillman. Priv.
John Schmidt. Priv.
Company K Killed
Harvey Elliott. Sergt.
George W. Gilmore. Priv.
James H. Gorman. Priv.
Mortally Wounded:
Joel K. Deardorff. Capt.
Henry Seiker. Priv.


[Reverse Side of Monument]:

Present for Duty Sept. 19th and 20th 1863.
Colonel Ferdinand Van Derveer, Commanding Brigade. Lieut. Col. Henry F. Boynton, Commanding Regiment. Maor L. Budd, Adjutant 1st Lieut. James H. Bone, Qr. Master. John Van Derveer, Asst. Surgeons. Abraham H. Landis, Charles O. Wright, Color Bearer 1st Sergt. Mark P. Price.

Commanding Companies.
Co. A. Capt. Lewis F. Daugherty.
Co. B. Capt. Johnathan Henninger.
Co. C. 2nd. Lieut. Benjamin F. Miller.
Co. D. 1st. Lieut. Edward Cottingham.
Co. D. 1st. Lieut. Samuel L. Houser.
Co. E. 2nd. Lieut. Levi P. Thompson.
Co. E. 1st. Sergt. William B. Mikesell.
Co. F. 1st. Lieut. Thomas M. Harlan.
Co. F. 2nd. Lieut. Joseph H. Taylor.
Co. G. Capt. Samuel L' Hommedieu.
Co. H. 1st. Lieut. Theodore H. Mather.
Co. I. Capt. Andrew J. Lewis.
Co. I. Lieut. Philip Rothenbush.
Co. I. Sergt. William K. Vanhorn.
Co. K. Capt. Joel K. Deardorff.
Co. K. 1st. Lieut. Lewis Lambright.
Co. K. 1st. Sergt. Richard H. Ford.


[Left Side of Monument]:

Killed and mortally wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, September 19th and 20th 1863.
Company A. Killed:
George W. Keever. Sergt.
Mortally Wounded:
Thomas G. Strickler. Corp.
George Bate. Priv.
Thomas Lyons. Priv.
Company B. Killed:
William Hallinan. Priv.
Thomas J. Smith. Priv.
Mortally Wounded:
Daniel Furgason. Priv.
Company C. Killed:
Benjamin A. Reel. Priv.
Mortally Wounded:
Cassius C. Brower. Priv.
Henry C. Ray. Priv.
Joseph H. Vannatta. Priv.
Company E. Killed:
John W. Cottingham. Corp.
Walter C. Fleming. Priv.
William Shumaker. Priv.
Mortally Wounded:
John W. Dinkins. Sergt.
William H. Bowles. Corp.
Company F. Killed:
Oliver H. Parshall. Capt.
Thomas M. Harlan. 1st Lt.
Thomas J. Bloss. Priv.
David Smith. Priv.
Patrick Walsh. Priv.
Mortally Wounded:
Benjamin F. Boatman. Corp.

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Date Added Friday, September 19th, 2014 at 10:06am PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16S E 657999 N 3866361
Decimal Degrees34.92743333, -85.27015000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 34° 55.646', W 85° 16.209'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds34° 55' 38.76" N, 85° 16' 12.54" W
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Area Code(s)706
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 501-575 Vittetoe Rd, Chickamauga GA 30707, US
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