Battery H of the 1st Ohio Volunteer Light Artillery   Save
Battery H of the 1st Ohio Volunteer Light Artillery
Description: Front and back of a mounted photograph of 14 soldiers from Battery H, 1st Ohio Volunteer Light Artillery, gathered around a cannon near Falmouth, Virginia, April 1863. The reverse side includes names of the men pictured, who by additional research have been identified as members of Captain James P. Huntington's battery, Company H, of the 1st Ohio Volunteer Light Artillery. The men are identified as follows: 1. Edwin P. "Ned" Hopkins (Toledo) 2. Albert Merrell (Toledo)--Second Lieutenant (later First Lieutenant) 3. Cecil Hall (Toledo) 4. William A. Ewing (Toledo)--Second Lieutenant (later First Lieutenant) 5. Lemuel H. Hooker (Toledo) 6. George F. Spencer (Toledo) 7. William H. Perigo (Toledo)--Corporal (later First Lieutenant) 8. James Corder (Toledo) 9. Henry Wood Dodd (Toledo) 10. William E. Parmelee (Toledo)--Private (later Second Lieutenant) 11. Benjamin F. McCord (Toledo) 12. William H. Styer (Marietta)--Later First Sergeant 13. Francis Tuell (Toledo) 14. Clarence Morris (Toledo) View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL03354_01
Subjects: United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Ohio History--Military Ohio; United States. Army. Ohio Light Artillery Regiment, 1st (1860-1865) Battery H;
Places: Toledo (Ohio); Lucas County (Ohio); Falmouth (Virginia)