Captain William Hunt, killed Battle of Franklin
Captain Albert Smith
Captain Edwin Stewart
1st Lt Norman Waite
2nd Lt Andrew Wales
1st Sgt Milton Brown, killed Battle of Franklin
Sgt Israel Cramer (photo)
Orlin Hayes, Col. Hayes' nephew
Delayvan Streeter, bio below
Corp George Grove
James B Menhennick
Robert Navarre* (photo)
Musician Abram Ferguson
Wagoner George McBride*
Alberts Henry Aldrich Miles Alford Henry Allen Charles Armstrong John Bates Martin Belcamp Henry Bernoar* Henry Berry Henry Beverly Ira Bladon George Boles John Boston John (bio below) Brennan James Bunting Francis Carpenter William Cevegnia Leon Clark Daniel Clum Martin Coleman Peter Cuthbert John Davis William Day William Dilmore John Doyle James Drake Robert Dustin Walter Edwards Abel Foey George Folmer Conrad Griffin George Handy Francis Harris John Hollister Frank Innes Lemuel James William Johnson Charles Jones Jackson Knight John Lafountain Charles Lane Willis Lagendorf William Laughlin James Lenordson Levi Lyons Thomas McCarty Silas McGlue Arthur Metcalf Milo Navarre Daniel Navarre* Isadore Newman Phillip Oneal Owen Oneal Patrick Petee* Charles Poierier* Louis (bio below) Rahm Jacob Raymond John Riser* John Rinehart William Rolling* Charles Sabins* Alonzo Salsbury* Eli Seymore George Schaffner William Shay William Sidell* William Smiley James Smith Edward Sprague Charles Stockwell Elazor Sterk Henry Suzor Peter Swakeman Christopher Timer Israel Turner Alonzo Tyler Truman Vanalstine William Vosen Pierre Wilcox Leander Wildy Jeremiah Williams John Young Joseph
Sgt. Delayvan Streeter was 23 years old when he enlisted in Toledo, Ohio on August 8, 1862. He was born in Mercer Co. Pa. and stood 5'8" tall with Grey eyes and Dark hair, his occupations listed as a farmer. He entered as a Pvt and was promoted to Corpl. Oct. 15, 1862, he was reduced to ranks by request on Aug. 19, 1863. He was captured at Limestone Station on Sept. 8, 1863 and sent to Belle Isle prison. He was then sent to Andersonville and escaped from there on March 3, 1864. He would be known as the only man to escape from Andersonville(book by McKay, Andersonville pg. 292). He was given a 20 day furlough before returning to the company, Special Order No. 171 signed by E.D. Townsend. He returns to the Co. and fights with the 100th through the Atlanta Campaign. He is captured at the Battle of Utoy Creek and sent to Savannah, Ga. He escaped on Oct. 8, 1864 and returned to Union lines Nov. 20, 1864. He is promoted to Sgt. Jan. 15, 1865 and is mustered out with the rest of the regiment June 20, 1865. He married Clara Streeter(same name) June 1858 in Adrian, Mi. He had three children and all lived in Kiowa, KS. He also had a brother in the 22nd Wisconsin who died in 1885.
Louis N.(Napoleon) Poierier b. 1830 - 1833 d. 01/25/1896 married Julia A. (Ror, Rau, Row ??) 09/22/1847 in Syracuse, New York Enlisted in the 100th Ohio Infantry, Company E on 08/06/1862 at age 29 Captured at Limestone Station, mustered out at Greensboro, N.C. 06/20/1865. Nickname in the Regiment "Bony" Civil War Pension Claim #670.032, Certificate # 450991, claiming rheumatism Paid $17 per month pension, last payment 12/04/1895 As of 08/24/1888 address was 825 Summit (?), Toledo, OH As of 02/24/1903 his wife resided at 608 Washington St., Toledo, OH He appears on the 11th Census, 1890, Lucas County, Toledo, OH, Page 3 , Dist 224 I know of one son that he had (same name as his) who was born in Toledo in either 1858 or 1859 and eventually migrated to Quincy, Adams County, IL.
John A. Boston, son of William H. and Rachel Rader Boston, born November 1838 in Fairfield Co., OH (although his military records say he was born in Ockinham, VA). Moved with the rest of his family to Huntington Co., IN (1860 census). Like his father and brothers, he was a carpenter and house joiner. He signed up with the 100th in July 1862 and served through June 1865. After the war he went back to Indiana (living with his parents and youngest brother, William, in 1870 census). He entered the Dayton Military Home April 8, 1891, and on his residence card and in the 1900 and 1910 censuses he's listed as a widower, so presumably he got married somewhere. Apparently no children, since in the Military Home records his nearest relatives are listed as his nieces, the daughters of his sister Mary. He died March 1, 1918, and is buried in the Dayton National Cemetery, Section 2, Row 4, Site 39. Dayton Home record mentions the following: "Wd l foot, Frac r leg, etc," (etc??) "5-6 height, light complexion, brown eyes, gray hair, carpenter, read and write yes, widowed." (military record reports him as 5' 6-1/2", dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair) Basic highlights of his military records are: *enlisted July 23 1862, Toledo Ohio, for 3 years; muster-in date 9/1/1862 *Occupation: Mechanic *left at camp hospital Richmond KY 12/29/1862 *detailed in Btty D 1st Ohio Artillery May and June 1863 *detached on Engineers Corps August 1 1863 (muster roll: Engineer Battalion, 23 Army Corps) *back with regt late September 1863 *promoted to Corporal March 8 1864. *wounded near Pine Mountain, GA, June 8, 1864; on the hospital muster roll of Cumberland USA General Hospital, Nashville, TN June 18/64 as patient; returned to regt. October 11, 1864 *shown as a deserter starting January 20, 1865; later said to have been held by civil authorities at Louisville, KY and was restored to duty without loss of pay or allowances. *mustered out Greensboro, NC 6/20/1865. "Clothing account last settled Oct 31, 1863; drawn since $80.73; bounty paid $25; due $75. Stop(?) Cart Box 1 cart box plate 1 gun sling (1) bayonet scabbard (1) cap box (1) waste belt and plate one enfield musket and accouterments." submitted by ancestor Judi Hardin.