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Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood
August 31, 1864


The Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
September 1, 1864

Enlisted Men Accepted, August 31.

6th W. Va. Infantry – Phillip N. Miller, Zachan T. Minneas, Jordan C. Hall, Wm. J. Brown, Mortimer A. Chisler, Jas. Dick, John Dodd, Sandford Fleming, John J. Miller, Norval Vandevert, Geo. B. B. Zumbro, Wm. S. Zumbro, credited to Marion co.; James W. Jones credited to Brooke co.

7th W. Va. Cavalry – Andres Adkins, John Bayes, Sr., Lithridge Miller, Joseph R. McLean, Jordan Smith, Chapman Vance, Hiram F. Asbury, Robt. C. Beasley, Josiah P. Bryant, Wm. A. Barnett, Wm. H. Eskew, Milton Fisher, James W. Fewiel, Wm. H. Tilden, Joseph B. Gaines, Marion Laveitz; James P. Lacey, Joshua K. Moore, Josiah Myers, Wm. Pauley, Sam’l H. Sample, Lewis T. Custer, credited to Ohio co.; Miles O’Bryan, credited to Brooke county.

17th W. Va. Infantry -- James K. P. Haines, George W. Griffith, Isaac Earnest, Taylor Richmond, Wm. T. Mans, John T. Ott, Wm. Ross, Matthew Ross. S. S. Farliwine, Sam’l E. Gatts, Peter Riggs, Thos. Moore, Amos Chambers, Zebadee Shook, S. L. Piles, Joseph A. Venue, Jacob Geho, Robt. H. Dougherty, John G. Ayres, D. B. Johnson, Rufus Burdy, John Stricklin, Franklin Johnson, A. W. Talbert, W. L. Prince, J. M. Fordyce, James E. Chambers, P. M. Burleigh, credited to Marshall co.; Thomas Johnsan, John F. Michael, Eugenius Walker, Thomas Muzeum, credited to Taylor co.; Cumberland J. Creel, credited to Harrison co. 6th W. Va. Cavalry – John Snider, credited to Marion co.

45th U. S. C. T. – John J. Ironton, credited to Ohio co.


Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood: August 1864

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