|Death: ||May 27, 1864|
PVT Co E 49th Ohio Infantry
Listed as Wisebaker in Adjutant General report, killed in battle at Pickett's Mill. Listed as Weisbecker in cemetery. Originally buried near New Hope Church, Ga.
Looking for these men of the 49th Ohio also killed in battle at Pickett's Mills:
John Woster, Co E, KIA.
John D. Williams, Co E, KIA.
Levi Warner, Co E; Captured May 27 & died in prison in ATL
Sam'l B. Vail, Co A, KIA.
James W. Thompson, Co A, KIA.
Henry G. Terry, Co F, KIA.
Silas W. Simons, 1st Lt, Co E., KIA
Jonathan Rice, Co H, KIA
John C. Ramesey, 1st Lt, Co A., KIA
Francis C. Powers, Sgt, Co K., KIA
George Washington Mullholland, Cpl, Co D., KIA, his mother, M. Slater, filed for pension in May, 1865.
Jefferson Mocherman, Co C., KIA, enlisted as a Private on 10 March 1864 at the age of 19.
David Miller, Co G., Died of wounds June 12, 1864.
Henry Michaels, Co F., Died at home Dec. 4, 1864 in Sandusky County of wounds; interred in city cemetery, Fremont, O.; widow, Catherine Michaels, filed for pensio Jan 2, 1866, and minor, M. Schath, July 5, 1870
George W. McEwen, Sgt, Co H, KIA
Herman Link, Co B., KIA
Corian H. Laird, This is Corwin H. Laird, his mother, Mary A. Laird, filed for a pension Aug 1, 1879; joined Oct 11, 1862, died of wounds June 5, 1864 at Marietta.
Amos E. Kitchen, Cpl, Co G, KIA
George King, Co K, KIA
James B. Jordan, Sgt, Co A, KIA; alt James Brown Jordan.
Henry P. Jaquith, Cpl, Co K., KIA; Jaqueth, his mother, Lydia Jaqueth, filed for pension Dec 31, 1864.
Dora B. Jackman, Co A, KIA; his mother, Mary J. Jackman, filed for pension Mar, 1866.
Hiram W. Hull, Cpl, Co A, KIA
James Hostetter, Cpl, Co I, KIA
James High, Co K., KIA interred in sec. E grave 257
(Marford, Elisha, d. 05/27/1864, PVT B 99 IND INF, Orig Bur Paulding Co Ga, Plot: A 257, *)
John Henry, Co G, KIA
Jacob S. Grindle, Cpl, Co A, KIA; alt Jacob Smith Grindle.
John J. Good, Cpl, Co G, KIA; alt John Jacob Good, his widow, Nancy E. Good, filed for pension July 21, 1864.
Solomon Gonder, Co H, KIA
Andrew Godfrey, Co F, Wounded and captured died ATL prison
William F. Gibbs, 2nd Lt, Co I, KIA
John Frees, Cpl, Co F, KIA
Jerome Emmons, Co C, KIA; alt Jerome W. Emmons, his mother, Sarah J. Emmons, filed for a pension.
Samuel A. Durboran aw, Cpl, Co D, Died of wounds July 6 interred at Green Lawn Cem, Columbus, O.; Samuel Addison Durborrow / Dorboraw / Dorbrow / Dorboraw / Durborow.
William H. Dunaway, Co B, KIA; his widow, Sarah F. Dunaway, filed for pension Sep 17, 1892, from Illinois.
George W. Doram, Co I, KIA; alt Doran. His mother, Mary A. Doran, filed for pension.
Alexander B. Donaldson, Cpl, Co H, KIA; alt Alexander Pugh Donaldson.
James H. Dicks, Co C, KIA; alt James Adam Dicks; his mother, Mary Dicks, filed for pension 1864.
Cyrus B. Dewitt, Sgt, Co A, KIA
Russel B. Day, Sgt, Co I, KIA; alt Russell Bigelow Day; his widow, Mary Day, filed for pension, and minor, H Krohn Gdn., 1870.
Francis H. Clark, Co A, KIA
Franklin Coomie, Co G, KIA
John M. Brish, Cpl, Co K, KIA
Alexander Bowman, Co E, KIA; his mother, Anna Bowman, filed for pension, Feb 18, 1886.
Daniel G. Bacon, Co C, KIA
John Armstrong, Co I, KIA
Alva Angell, Co H, KIA
Marietta National Cemetery
Created by: Janet
Record added: May 18, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26926962
All honor to you, sir, for your ultimate sacrifice with the 49th Ohio. America thanks you.|
Added: Feb. 20, 2010
His mother Ellen M. Weisbecker applied for a pension on July 25, 1864.|
Added: May. 21, 2008