|Death: ||May 31, 1864|
Sgt. Co F 111th Ohio Infantry.
2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 23rd Army Corps.
Originally buried at New Hope Church.
"The One hundred and seventh Illinois, Major Laurance commanding, was detailed for that duty, with orders to hold the line. The position was held by them until forced
to retire by superior numbers.• The Twenty-third Michigan, Lieutenant-Colonel Spaulding commanding, was ordered to support the One hundred and seventh Illinois; the two regiments were not able to maintain the ground. Three rebel regiments now confronting the line (at this time Generals Howard and Cox with their staff were riding down the line between my advance and main line and received the fire of the enemy), the One hundred and eleventh Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Lieutenant-Colonel Sherwood commanding, was ordered to make a charge on the enemy, retake and, hold the ground lost, which was gallantly done." -No. 325. Reports of Col. John R. Bond, One hundred and eleventh Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 16—June 18 and August 15—September 8. HDQRS. SECOND BRIG., SECOND Div., 23D ARMY CORPS
Marietta National Cemetery
Plot: G 6978
Created by: Janet
Record added: Jul 14, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28287593