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COMPANY C

37TH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

THIRD GERMAN OHIO

 

Organized at Auglaize County, Ohio

Mustered into U.S. Service at Cleveland, Ohio

September 14, 1861 for three years

 

Commissioned Officers

Capt. Charles Hipp; promoted Major June 5, 1862

1st Lieut. William Schulte; resigned December 27, 1861

2nd Lieut. Henry Schmidt; promoted to Captain March 4, 1863;

Wounded at Princeton, Virginia  May 17, 1862; taken prisoner and exchanged

 

Non-commissioned Officers

Sergeants

1st, Gustav A. Wintzer; promoted 1st Lieutenant; killed at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 20, 1863

Casper Schmidt; discharged for disability October 8, 1862

Theodor Nieberg; promoted Adjutant December 29, 1862

Andrew Kohler

Richard Schroeder; reduced to ranks; promoted Corporal February 9, 1862

 

Corporals
Fred Stork; promoted Sergeant November 20, 1861

Henry Althoen; deserted

Herman Beinbrock; promoted to Sergeant February 9, 1862

Christian Roetcher; promoted Sergeant October 8, 1862
George Roth; deserted
John Behm; killed in a skirmish at Logan January 14, 1862

John Blase; wounded at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 22, 1863

Jacob Schaefer; reduced to ranks

 

Musician

Adam Geiss; died at Raleigh June 28, 1862

 

Privates

Adam, George; discharged July 31, 1862 for disability

(Error: his name was actually George Adam Schrader)

Angebecke, Gustav; wounded at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 19, 1863

Aue, Christian; taken prisoner at Fayetteville, West Virginia; exchanged

Behm, Charles; killed at Princeton, West Virginia May 17, 1862

Bergmeier, Frank; killed at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 22, 1863

Berting, Bernhard; deserted

Blum, Anton; discharged from wounds received July 22, 1862

Boetcher, August; died of wounds received at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 22, 1863

Boesel, Charles; discharged November 29, 1862

Brodbeck, Mathias

Buchholtz, Fred; wounded and taken prisoner May 17, 1862; exchanged

Buchholtz, John

Cook, Charles; killed at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 19, 1863

Dicke, William; promoted Corporal; killed at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 22, 1863

Dietres, John

Doering, Henry; wounded at Princeton, West Virginia; discharged August 11, 1862

Dorston, Bernhard; deserted

Dorston, Joseph; died at Canelton November 27, 1861

Ehlen, Joseph; discharged October 15, 1862, for disability

Enneking, Joseph; deserted

Eppighausen, Henry; wounded at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 22, 1863

Essig, William, wounded at Mission Ridge, November 25, 1863

Fahrer, Anton

Finke, Henry; promoted Orderly Sergeant November 9, 1862

Fisher, George

Fisher, John; wounded at Princeton, West Virginia May 17, 1862

Fister, Casper; died at Princeton, West Virginia May 17, 1862

Frey, Jacob

Frey, John; discharged June 26, 1863, for disability

Freyman, Lewis, wounded at Vicksburg, Mississippi June 12, 1863

Friederich, Anton

Fritz, David

Goll, Phillip; discharged for disability February 15, 1862

Gossman, Herman; deserted

Gress, Phillip; discharged for disability February 18, 1862

Grewe, Albert; wounded at Princeton, West Virginia May 17, 1862

Heemann, Henry; wounded at Vicksburg, Miss., May 22, 1863; left arm amputated

Henke, Christian

Herbst, Erhard

Heusch, Fred

Hoewisher, William; wounded at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 22, 1863

Karpp, William, wounded at Mission Ridge November 25, 1863

Kartenhaus, Henry; died of wounds received at Princeton, West Virginia May 24, 1862

Kemper, Thomas; deserted

Kiefer, Jacob

Kiefer, John

Kiefer, Nicklous

Knipfel, Anton; promoted Commissary Sergeant, transferred to Staff February 1, 1863

Kopf, Michael; discharged for disability August 13, 1862

Kuhle, Charles

Markert, Anton supposed killed at Fayetteville, West Virginia September 10, 1862

May, Henry; died of wounds received at Princeton, West Virginia May 25, 1862

May, Jacob; died of wounds received at Vicksburg, Mississippi July 23, 1863

Meyer, Henry

Miller, Loranz; discharged for disability October 8, 1862

Monday, Richard; deserted

Nebel, August

Ochs, John; discharged from wounds received August 14, 1862

Plagge, Theodor; wounded at Princeton, since discharged September 22, 1863

Prange, Charles; promoted Corporal; wounded, taken prisoner; exchanged

Reiter, William

Rotcher, Fred; wounded at Fayetteville, West Virginia September 10, 1862

Schaup, William; died of wounds received at Princeton, West Virginia August 13, 1862

Schindler, Stephan

Schneider, John

Schnell, Christian; promoted Corporal

Schuette, John B.; discharged for disability October 8, 1862

Schulenberg, Henry

Seemann, William; deserted

Siedenberg, Henry; killed at Princeton, West Virginia May 17, 1862

Siemer, Fred; taken prisoner at Princeton May 17, 1862; exchanged

Staas, Lewis; deserted

Stein, John; discharged for disability, January 14, 1863

Steineman, Henry; deserted

Tangeman, Bernhard; discharged from wounds received at Princeton, West Virginia July 29, 1862

Tangeman, Joseph

Tellmann, Fred

Tiemann, William

Vanholdt, William; discharged for disability October 14, 1862

Wagner, Peter; discharged for disability August 18, 1863

Wahler, Adam

Wahrer, Hermann; discharged for disability October 8, 1862

Weiler, Jacob; discharged from wounds received August 11, 1862

Wieser, Henry; discharged from wounds received August 13, 1862

Wolf, Adam; promoted Corporal; wounded May 19, 1863

 

Recruits

Bahrhorst, Clemans

Buhr, Friederich; wounded at Jackson, Mississippi July 10, 1863; left arm amputated

Dickman, Fred

Kladde, Henry; died June 9, 1863

Kladde, Herman; died March 27, 1863

Knost, George; wounded at Vicksburg, Mississippi June 11, 1863

Kohlhorst, William

Luedike, William

Nieter, August

Sundmacher, Henry

Schaefer, Henry; wounded at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 19, 1863

Schulenbarg, Bernhard

Schulenbarg, William

Staas, Frank

Wiedeman, William; wounded at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 22, 1863

 

Engagements

Cotton Mountain, West Virginia November 12, 1861

Logan Courthouse, West Virginia January 14, 1862

Princeton, West Virginia May 17, 1862

Fayetteville, West Virginia September 11, 1862

Cotton Mountain, West Virginia September 11, 1862

Charleston, West Virginia September 13, 1862

Black Bayou, Mississippi March 26, 1863

Haines’ Bluff, Mississippi, April 30, 1863

Siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi from May 18 to July 4, 1863

Jackson, Mississippi from July 10 to July 17, 1863

 

Co. C – 37th Regiment | 9th Reunion of 37th Regiment | “Missionary Ridge to Larkinsville

German Twp. Militia–1860 (.pdf file) | N.B.’s Civil War Veterans (.pdf file) | Civil War Anecdotes (.pdf file)

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