by Hal Weiland source: Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum, August 3-4, 2002 In Civil War, Community Became Famous When it was opened to settlers in 1828, northern Holmes Township was covered with dense forest and soggy marshes. Even the Wyandot Indian Reservation in the western third of the township was sparsely inhabited. There were no roads: Settlers would … Continue reading Brokensword Ohio Was Famous During Civil War
source: LTC (ret.) John C. Heiby, Fmr. Consultant to U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, Fort Benning, Georgia. Born and raised in Sulphur Springs, Ohio. NameFirstInitialCompanyUnitRankBoxExt. #Record #HeibyGeorgeM.C8 Ohio Infantry.Private552004716HeibyGeorgeN.C49 Ohio Infantry.*Private552004717HeibyGeorgeN.K86 Ohio Infantry.Private552004718HeibyHalfordH.H2 Ohio Infantry.Private552004720HeibyJohnB.C49 Ohio Infantry.*Private552004719 *Are any of these names familiar? The 49 Ohio Infantry was organized in Tiffin, Ohio.
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The applicant must be a direct descendant, or a collateral relative, of any person who served in the Civil War, for the Union or the Confederacy, to be eligible to become a member of the Civil War Families of Crawford County, Ohio.