183rd Ohio men killed at Franklin, buried at Nashville National Cemetery

The 183rd Ohio had 23 men killed or mortally wounded at Franklin. Part of Strickland’s Brigade, the 183rd was a newly formed Regiment and had not seen any action prior to Franklin. The 183rd was on the Carter grounds, just west of the Carter House, when the fighting broke out.

Refer to my Google Map to see where the 183rd  was placed at Franklin in relation to other Union regiments.

The following men of the 183rd Ohio men are buried at Nashville National Cemetery.

Map of NASHVILLE NATIONAL CEMETERY

Joseph A. Belch was 18 years old when he enlisted in October 1864, Co.A., he died of disease on 2/6/65 at Nashville. Buried at Nashville National Cemetery. Gravesite: H-245.

William Hauer was 18 years old when he enlisted in September 1864, Co.C., he died of disease on 1/22/65 at Nashville. Buried at Nashville National Cemetery. Gravesite: H-269.

Jeremiah Houser was just 18 years old when he enlisted in October 1864, Co.G., he died of disease on 1/10/65 at Nashville. Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Gravesite: E-2726.

John Lambur was just 16 years old when he enlisted in August 1864, Co. E., he was mortally wounded at Franklin, severe wound in left arm (amputated); died 12/8/64 in Nashville. Buried at Nashville National Cemetery.

Joseph S. Lee was 25 years old when he enlisted in September 1864, Co.A., he died of disease on 1/16/65 at Nashville. Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Gravesite:G-378.

William Sheldon was 28 years old when he enlisted in September 1864, Co.A. He was mortally wounded at Franklin and died on 12/17/64 at Nashville. Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Gravesite: G-145.

Lorence Stork was 40 years old when he enlisted in October 1864, Co.H., mortally wounded at Franklin. Died January 7, 1865 at Nashville. Buried at Nashville National Cemetery, Gravesite: G-411.

One thought on “183rd Ohio men killed at Franklin, buried at Nashville National Cemetery

  1. Noah Colcher was my gt gt grandfather and served in Co.F/183rd Ohio. He was killed on the grounds of the Carter House fighting against my gt grandfather, John William Trotter who served in Co.A/50th Tenn. Inf. CSA. Noah was buried in Stones River Cemetery at Murfreesboro, TN.

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