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Conflict Period:
Civil War (Union) 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Second Lieutenant 1
Birth:
27 Jan 1838 1
Ellmendingen, Pforzheim, Baden, Germany 1
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Full Name:
Charles W. Diebold 1
Birth:
27 Jan 1838 1
Ellmendingen, Pforzheim, Baden, Germany 1
Immigration: Arrived in New York, 6/19/1854 1
Burial:
1862 2
Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia 2
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Civil War (Union) 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Second Lieutenant 1
Service Start Date:
19 Nov 1861 1
Service End Date:
08 May 1862 1
Regiment:
82nd Infantry Co D 1

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Charles (Carl Wilhlem) Diebold was a 2nd Lt., 82nd Infantry, Co. D, during the Civil War. According to Charles Diebold's military records, he mustered in as a private on November 19, 1861 by John S. Reig for a term of three years. Charles was appointed 2nd Lieut. on December 20, 1861. The Company Descriptive Book Record shows that Charles was 5 feet, 9 inches tall, light complexion, light hair and gray eyes. Charles' occupation was shown as cabinet maker.Charles Diebold's Casualty Sheet shows that he died in McDowel, VA on June 15 1862. He died from a wound received in his neck at the Battle of Bull Pasture, McDowel, VA on May 8, 1862.

Promotion to Second Lt., 82nd Infantry, Co. D.

From: SERIES 147. VOLUME 21. ADJUTANT GENERAL.
Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General of Ohio,
August 17, 1861-December 30, 1861.

December 20, 1861
James Cantwell, Colonel Commanding, 82nd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Headquarters, Camp Simon Kenton. To ? Letter certifying that an election was held by his order for officers of the company enlisted for the regiment by Lieutenant John S. Rieg and Samuel H. Berry, that John S. Rieg of Marion, Ohio was unanimously chosen Captain, that Samuel H. Berry of the same place was unanimously chosen 1st Lieutenant, and that Charles W. Diebold of the same place was unanimously chosen 2nd Lieutenant; stating that these were men whose intelligence, habits, and physical health qualified them to fill the respective offices to which they had been chosen; and recommending them to the Governor for appointment.
1 p. [Series 147-21: 115]

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