Ohio Civil War Infantry
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1st Kentucky
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5th U.S.C.T.
18th U.S.
4th W. Va.

Brief unit histories from: Report of the Great Reunion of the Veteran Soldiers and Sailors of Ohio Held at Newark, July 22, 1878. Under the Auspices of "The Society of the Soldiers and Sailors of Licking County, Ohio." By Major Charles D. Miller. Secretary of the Society. Newark, Ohio: Clark & Underwood Printers. 1879

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