a216b (319, 320, anc. 589, 590) Battle of Peach Tree Creek July 20th - Clark Howell's land A Virtual Cemetery created by: Janet
Description: 1)Clark Howell's land south-side bottom field under Walnut tree in edge of timber: Thisen, Hopkins.
2)150yds S of above graves in timber near breastworks: Lewby, Unknown error.
3)100yds E of above in timber on Hill near breastworks: Umbridge Unbranch.
C. Howell's land 1/4 mile W across the branch on opposite Hill side of road running W. from Campbell House to C. Howell's Mill road; 13 graves. 94 Ohio: Ricket; 104 ILL: Coyle; Thorson, McCollough, Abbot, Grant, Burnham, Parker, Munson, Rynearcom, Woolsmoros, Herden; 42 Ind: Selzer. See Sgt. OP Harding's bio for battle report.
The casualties in the [104th Illinois] regiment in this engagement were 2 commissioned officers and 14 enlisted men killed; 1 commissioned officer and 24 enlisted men wounded; 4 enlisted men captured and 1 enlisted man missing. Capt John Doty was returned home to Ottawa, IL.
320: D-307 Unknown was buried at the Campbell place six paces south of the grave of Peter McCorvin of Co D 82nd Ohio & number on lists of EMB Timoney No. 674.