5 USCI

Gallia County – Springfield Township

1890 Census
George W. Armstrong, 44 USCI
Lewis Broomer, 44 USCI
Cephus Cooley, 5 USCHA
George Cordell, 27 USCI
Henry Early, 27 USCI
James A. Garnes, 5 USCI
George W. Jarrett, 5 USCHA
James Johnson, 44 USCI
Leonard Johsnon, 27 USCI
Alexander Lindsey, 44 USCI
James O. Mayo, 5 USCI
John R. Mayo, 44 USCI
William J. McDaniel, 5 USCI
Alexander Smith, 88 USCI
James T (L). Smith, 5 USCC
Thomas Stephens, 27 USCI
Lemuel Viney, widow Mary A., 5 USCI

Buck Ridge Cemetery
Julius Allen, 44 USCI
James A. Garnes, 5 USCI
James Johnson, 5 USCI (?)
James O. Mayo, 5 USCI
John H.… Read more

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Gallia County – Gallipolis

Enlisted in Gallipolis
Lindsey Alexander, 44 USCI, February 27, 1865
Elijah Bunch, 27 USCI, February 29, 1864
James Chapman, 27 USCI, March 6, 1864
John Clark, 27 USCI, March 4, 1864
Jessie Collier, 27 USCI, March 4, 1864
George Cordell, 27 USCI, February 29, 1864
William Deed, 27 USCI, March 4, 1864, transferred to 23 USCI
Henry Early, 27 USCI, March 4, 1864
William H. James, 27 USCI, March 4, 1864
Leonard Johnson, 27 USCI, February 29, 1864
Lewis Norris, 27 USCI, March 5, 1864
Franklin Phillips, 27 USCI, February 29, 1864
Jerry Simmons, 27 USCI, February 29, 1864
Rufus Squires, 27 USCI, February 5, 1864
John Stevens, 27 USCI, March 7, 1864
Thomas Stevens, 27 USCI, March 7, 1864
Gabriel Watkins, 5 USCI, August 23, 1863
Isaiah Watkins, 27 USCI, February 19, 1864
John Wilson, 27 USCI, February 29, 1864

1890 Census
Jacob Bennett, 5 USCI
Thomas Bird, widow Cecelia, 27 USCI
Sonnie Brown, 5 USCI
Abraham Dabney, widow Adeline, 17 USCI
Cornelius Davis, 5 USCI
Henry Givens, 5 USCHA
William Goines, 5 USCI
Henry Holmes, 5 Massachusetts Cavalry
Thomas Howell, 27 USCI
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Gallia County Sources

Article on recruiting Black Civil War soldiers in Gallia County, Ohio
Gallipolis Journal, August 25, 1864

Born in Gallia County
Julius Allen, 44 USCI
Meshack Bowen, Navy and 17 USCI (on his second enlistment he stated that he was born in Ironton, Lawrence County)
Lewis Browner, 44 USCI
Jessie Collier, 27 USCI
George Cordell, 27 USCI
Charles H. Jones, 27 USCI
Marston Matthews, 27 USCI
William Mumford, 27 USCI
John L. Stevens, 27 USCI
Thomas Stevens, 27 USCI

Enlisted in Gallia County

John Bunch, 5 USCI, August 26, 1863
James H. Guthrie, 27 USCI, February 16, 1864
Charles H. Jones, 27 USCI, March 7, 1864
Marston Matthews, 27 USCI, February 10, 1864
Edward Noble, 27 USCI, February 16, 1864

You can look at the names of the other Black Civil War soldiers, sailors, and veterans
from Gallia County, or you can view the Ohio county pages to find African Americans
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Gallia County – Raccoon Township

1890 Census
John Bunch, 5 USCI
Aaron Calloway, 88 USCI
James E. Scott, widow Mary J., 5 USCI
John Wilson, 27 USCI

Bunch Cemetery
Samuel G. Atwell, 44 USCI, died March 19, 1914
James Edward Scott, 5 USCI, died April 22, 1884
Hiram H. Wright, died September 14, 1911

New Hope Cemetery
Elijah Bunch, 27 USCI, died August 3, 1884
Aaron Calloway, 88 USCI, died May 2, 1912
John Wilson, 27 USCI

You can look at the names of the other Black Civil War soldiers, sailors, and veterans
from Gallia County, or you can view the Ohio county pages to find African Americans
who served from or lived in the state.… Read more

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Gallia County – Green Township

U.S. Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863-1865, 11th Congressional District
John Clark
William Coles
George Cordell
Jesse Collins
Frank Coleman
Ottawa Crawley

1890 Census
Jesse Collier, 27 USCI
William Deed, 27 and 23 USCI
Spencer Ford, 5 USCI
Peter Hogan, 27 USCI

You can look at the names of the other Black Civil War soldiers, sailors, and veterans
from Gallia County, or you can view the Ohio county pages to find African Americans
who served from or lived in the state.… Read more

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