Friday, May 8, 2009

Ohio Civil War Genealogy Journal #2 of 2009

Contents of the second issue of volume 13, more proof if any was needed of the inexhaustibility of just one period of one state's genealogy and history:

Harryette Mullen, "'Freedom for All': Sgt. William Wallace Strange"

Gwendolyn Mayer and Michael Elliott, "Marcus C. Horton Post #515, GAR, Garrettsville OH"

Leslie Korenko, "Jacob Rush: 3rd OVC at Munfordville KY"

Rev. David J. Endres, "An Ohio 'Holy Joe': Chaplain William T. O'Higgins," with letters*

Sheri Taylor Bockelman, "First, They Were Men: My Ancestors in the Civil War"*

"Ask the Experts," including discussions of Ohio casualties and the 47th, 101st, and 6th OVI

Dorene Paul, "General Henry A. Axline, Father of the National Guard of Ohio"

Michael Elliott, comp., "1883 Census of Pensioners, Auglaize County, Ohio"

*footnoted

3 comments:

Dorene from Ohio said...

Thanks for listing the contents of the Ohio Civil War Genealog Journal!
Here is a link to a post about General Axline:

http://sanduskyhistory.blogspot.com/2008/11/general-henry-axline-father-of-national.html

Leslie said...

Thanks for the update - the article about Jacob Rush is just one of many by Kelleys Island soldiers. Many people worked on the islands from the Sandusky, Port Clinton, and NW Ohio area. A new book about the Kelleys Island is finally out with loads of genealogy tidbits and stories about the early days of Kelleys Island. An extensive index is posted at www.KelleysIslandStory.com.

Harold said...

Mmmm, good links -- thank you both!