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George Howard to Battle of Antietam

5th Ohio Vol Inf Mortally wounded at the Battle Of Antietam

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Antietam National Cemetery to George Howard

5th Ohio Vol Inf

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George Howard to George Howard

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5th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to George Howard

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5th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to George Howard

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Orrin J Crane

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Orrin J Crane to Orrin J Crane

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Orrin J Crane

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Orrin J Crane

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Orrin J Crane

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Samuel McClelland

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Samuel McClelland

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Samuel McClelland

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Erastus B Tyler

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Erastus B Tyler

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to 5th Ohio Volunteer Infantry

June 11, 1864 Left front for muster out. Veterans and Recruits transferred to 5th Ohio Infantry.

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Battle of Gettysburg

The regiment was commanded by Colonel William R. Creighton. It brought 293 men to the field, losing 1 killed and 17 wounded.

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7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry to Battle of Antietam

The regiment was commanded by Major Orin J. Crane, as Colonel Creighton was recovering from his wound at Cedar Mountain and Lietenant Colonel Asper was recovering from his wound at Winchester. On September 17 Major Crane took command of the brigade from the wounded Lt. Colonel Tyndale and Captain Frederick Seymour of Company G took command of the regiment.

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John W Armstrong to Antietam National Cemetery

He was killed in action on South Mountain on 14 September 1862

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