Youngstown in Mahoning County, Ohio — The American Midwest (Great Lakes)
In Memory of the Heroes of the Township
The heroic dead of Youngstown township
killed in battle or died from disease
contracted in the army, 1861 – 1865.
1st infantry division Army of Virginia,
Surgeon in Chief Thomas J. Shannon, Cedar Creek,
2nd O.V. Calvary.
Joseph A. Truesdale, Fort Scott
William Wakefield, Washington
7th O.V. Infantry
Lieut. Joseph H. Ross, Cedar Mountain, VA.
Sergt. Andrew J. Kelley, Winchester, VA.
Sergt. Robert McClelland, Dallas, GA.
Sergt. John McFadden, Frederick, MD.
James Bisf, Winchester, VA.
Michael Campbell, Fort Republic, VA.
George Fox, Cedar Mountain, VA
James F. Ray, Cedar Mountain, VA
William Walldorff, Cedar Mountain, VA
James Q. Stevenson, Cedar Mountain, VA
Lemuel J. Cecil, Charlestown, VA.
Abram D. Crooks, Youngstown, OH.
Charles L. Crowden, Dallas, GA.
Joseph S. Deeds, Dallas, GA.
John D. Dicks, Kanawa, W. VA.
Jacob Mulley, Murfressboro, TENN.
James G. Shoaf, Charlestown, VA.
John Shannon, Brier Hill, OHIO.
Thomas D. Williams, Harpers Ferry
Lieu. Daniel Donovan, Stone River
Corp. Daniel Cooper, Stone River
John Thomas, Shiloh
Isaac Davis, Stone River
Charles Jacobs, Chickamauga
Patrick Murphy, Nashville, TENN.
Samuel Vogan, McMinnville,TENN.
Peter Allison, Andersonville Prison.
Erected by the citizens of Youngstown,
in memory of the heroes of the township
who gave their lives to their country in
the War of the Rebellion 1861 to 1865.
Pvt. Jacob Nixon Robinson
5th U.S.C.T. Co. A Ohio
Ft. Monroe, VA.
-- O.V. Infantry
Sergt. Eli Fitch, Cloyd Mountain, W.VA.
Mayberry Goodman, Antietam
David Williams, South Mountain, MD.
Luther Leslie, Wheeling, W.VA.
David M. Edwards
Thomas Moore, Rebel Prison
-- O.V. Infantry
Lieut. Frederic Lenn--, Vicksburg, MISS.
John Lumf, Vicksburg, MISS.
Ignatius B-uter, Wyoming, VA.
Henry Lo—er, Wyoming, VA.
-4th O.V. Infantry
Benjamin Kyle, Camp Nelson, KY.
Manley Partidge, Camp Nelson, KY.
2nd O.V. Calvary
Joseph A. Truesdale, Fort Scott.
William Wakefield, Washington
-th O.V. Calvalry
Lieut. Henry Baldwin, Ladds Farm
Sergt. John Dunlap, Stevensburg
William Borts, Wilderness
Robert Barrett, died in prison
William Shieble, died in prison
Corp. Hiram Pifield, Ringgold, GA.
Corp. James B. Johnston, Andersonville Prison
Colton -. -------, ---------, ----.
-- O. Battery
----- Powers, Knoxville, TENN.
10- O.V. Infantry
Sergt. Lafayette McCoy, Murfreesboro, TENN.
Sergt. William H. Graic, Chickamauga,
Sergt. K.W. King, Chickamauga,
John -ouls, Chickamaugua,
James Williams, Perryville, KY.
Kl—v Nielson, Perryville, KY.
Michael - -inty, Perryville, KY.
Albert Miller, Perryville, KY.
[24 lines too weather worn]
2- O.V. Infantry
Capt. William H. Ross, Chickamauga
Lieut. David M. Clelland, Stone River,
Lieut. Samuel Platt, Atlanta, GA.
Lieut. James G. Morrow, Johnsons Island,
Sergt. John A. Woods, Big Shantee, GA.
Sergt. Joseph Fullerton, Chickamauga,
Sergt. James Cochrane, Chickamauga,
Sergt. John Jennings, Stone River,
Corp. Nikolaus Krichbaum, Stone River,
Isaac Rider, Stone River,
John Tagg, Stone River,
John Carny, Stone River,
Joseph Reese, Stone River,
Robert McCauley, Chickamauga,
Daniel Mitchell, Chickamauga,
James Evans, Chickamauga,
William Crum, Chickamauga,
James McEvey, Chickamauga,
John Llewellyn, Chickamauga,
David Williams, Chickamauga,
Luman Parmele, Kennesaw, GA.,
Con Dacy, Andersonville Prison,
William Brown, Andersonville Prison,
Samuel Birch, Booneville, VA.,
John Smith, Green Lake, Texas,
Francis P. Jones, Chattanooga, TENN.
188th O.V. Infantry
George Ague, Camp Chase
-ILL. V. Infantry
Elias A Crooks, Youngstown, Ohio,
100th PA. V. Infantry,
James W. Bell, James Island, S.C.
Erected 1870 by Citizens of the Township of Youngstown.
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: War, US Civil.
Location. 41° 6.014′ N, 80° 38.952′ W. Marker is in Youngstown, Ohio, in Mahoning County. Memorial is at the intersection of Market Street and Federal Plaza East, in the median on Market Street. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Youngstown OH 44503, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Central Square (1900-2004) / Stambaugh Building (within shouting distance of this marker); Union National Bank Building / Central Square (1798-1899) (within shouting distance of this marker); 1959-1975 The Vietnam War (within shouting distance of this marker); Central Tower / Mahoning National Bank Building (within shouting distance of this Civil War Soldiers' Monument / Realty Building (within shouting distance of this marker); The First Log School (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); A Little Bit of Youngstown’s History (approx. 0.2 miles away); Little Steel Strike (approx. 0.2 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Youngstown.
More about this marker. Unable to read parts of the marker as noted in brackets and by hypens in the copied text, especially on the south side (back). I apologize for any errors and request corrections as found. There is a separate marker about this monument in the HMdb. It is within shouting distance.
Credits. This page was last revised on November 5, 2017. It was originally submitted on October 9, 2017, by Anton Schwarzmueller of Wilson, New York. This page has been viewed 179 times since then and 10 times this year. Photos: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. submitted on October 10, 2017, by Anton Schwarzmueller of Wilson, New York. 9. submitted on October 9, 2017, by Anton Schwarzmueller of Wilson, New York.