49th Ohio Infantry

The Forty-ninth Infantry (three years) was organized at camp Noble, Tiffin, from August 15, to September 22, 1861.

On November 30, it participated in the battle at Franklin, Tenn., having previously (from November 24 to 28) been present at Columbia, Tenn. From December 15 to 16, it was engaged at Nashville, and subsequently in the pursuit of Hood’s army to Huntsville, Ala., where it was in camp until March, 1865.

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  1. I HAVE JUST RE WRITTEN 18 LETTERS FROM HOMER DAY TO HIS MOTHER, IN SENECA OHIO. HE WAS VERY YOUNG, IN THE OHIO 49TH. I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET MORE INFORMATION ON HIM. HE REFERS TO THE “BOYS”, BUT DOES REFER TO THE BATTLES HE WAS ENGAGED IN. THESE LETTERS DO NOT BELONG TO ME, I AM JUST TRYING TO MAKE SOME SENSE OUT OF THEM. ANY INFORMATION ON HIM WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

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