Summary

Conflict Period:
Civil War (Union) 1
Branch:
Army 1
Birth:
May 1824 2
Washington Co., Ohio 2
Death:
after 1900 2
Crawford Co., Wisconsin 2
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Full Name:
Francisco Miller 1
Also known as:
Frank 2
Birth:
May 1824 2
Washington Co., Ohio 2
Death:
after 1900 2
Crawford Co., Wisconsin 2
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Marriage:
Mariah O'Hanlan 3
1843 2
Ohio 2
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Civil War (Union) 1

Branch:
Army 1
Service Start Date:
04 Mar 1865 4
Service End Date:
30 May 1865 5
Enlistment Date:
23 Feb 1865 4
Company:
F 1
Discharge Rank:
Pvt 1
Enlistment Rank:
Pvt 1
Military Unit:
189th Infantry 1
State:
Ohio 1

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Sources

  1. Civil War Service Index - Union - Ohio [See image]
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  3. 1900 United States Federal Census — Contributed by millebr
  4. U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 — Contributed by millebr
  5. Civil War Index/189th Ohio Infantry Rosters — Contributed by millebr
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Stories

The 189th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment (189th O.V.I.) was organized at Camp Chase in Columbus, Ohio under the command of Colonel Henry D. Kingsbury and mustered in for one year service on March 4, 1865. Three days later, the regiment left for Huntsville, Alabama and arrived there on March 17th. It was attached to the District of North Alabama, Department of the Tennessee, to September 1865. The assigned duty was to guard bridges, buildings and stockades along the Memphis & Charleston Railroad until June. By June 20th, the regiment concentrated and was assigned post duty at Huntsville until September 25th.

After just six months and three weeks of active duty, the regiment was ordered back to Nashville, Tennessee and was mustered out of service on September 28, 1865. The regiment had only suffered 1 man killed (by rebel/civilian raiders) and 48 enlisted men died due to disease.

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