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12th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Warren County, Ohio Newspaper
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The 12th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Also see Warren County, Ohio Soldiers Serving in the 12th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment

One of the Volunteers belonging to the Warren National Guards, named Dailey, now at Camp Dennison, met with a serious accident one day last week. He was standing on the railroad as a guard when a train was passing, he supposed he was stepping out of its way by moving from one track to the other, but he was mistaken, and the engine struck him, breaking one of his legs and severely injuring his head. We learn that he will recover.

Source: The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday June 6, 1861, page 3 column 1
[copy obtained from microfilm available at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

Arne H Trelvik
30 May 2011

James Carder, James Sweney, and Hart Iorns, arrived from the headquaters of the 12th Ohio Regiment, on the Kanawha, on Monday last. The boys look "fat and harty," and say they "live high" - on a mountain

Source: The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday January 16, 1862
[copy obtained from microfilm available at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

Arne H Trelvik
20 March 2010

Held at Cincinnati -- Old Officers Reelected -- Three Warren County Veterans Among Them.

The Twelfth Ohio Infantry held their annual reunion at Cincinnati last Thursday at Memorial Hall.  There were forty-seven members present with their families and friends.  The old flags under which they fought at South Mountain under the command of General Geo. B. McClelland were brought down from Columbus but owing to their tattered condition could not be unrolled.  It was decided to have pamphlets printed giving the history of this battle.  All of the old officers were re-elected.  Among them are three Warren County veterans; the president, Loyd Stockton of Carlisle, corresponding secretary, Josiah Holbrook, of Lebanon, and the treasurer, E. R. Grimm of Morrow.  Their next reunion, the thirty-second will be held at Middletown next year.

Source: The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday September 21, 1911
[copy obtained from microfilm available at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

Arne H Trelvik

29 May 2009

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