Jacob Alkire, Union

Jacob Alkire soldier of the 36th Ohio Volunteer infantryi in the Union Army.

Jacob C. Alkire

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Jacob C. Alkire (Fictional Quote)

  • Born 11/20/1836 Miegs County, Ohio.
  • Died 1/23/1865 Miegs County, Ohio.
  • Light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 6.
  • Entered service 8/27/1861 as a Private in Co. H. in the 36th Ohio Infantry.
  • Enlisted by Captain M. S.Wilson.
  • Arrived at Salisbury Grace camp 3/3/1862
  • Prisoner of War 5/23/1862 Engagement at Fort Royal, Virginia.
  • Arrived at Richmond, Virginia on May 31, 1862.
  • Paroled at Aikiins Lodge on 9/13/1862.
  • Rejoined Unit soon after.
  • Disability discharge as Corporal 8/23/1864.
  • Received Certificate of Discharge on 8/24/1864.
  • Survived by Brother Isaac Alkire.
  • Buried in the Shipment Cemetery near Harrisville. Megs County, Ohio.
  • Great Great Uncle to Eric James Wolf

Battle Honors of the 36th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

    1862

  • August 28-30. 2nd Bull Run
  • September 14 South Mountain
  • September 16-17. Antietam
    1863

  • June 24-26. Hoover’s Gap
  • August 16-September 22. Chickamauga Campaign
  • September 19-21. Chickamauga, Ga.
  • September 24-November 23. Chattanooga
  • October 27. Brown’s Ferry.
  • Ringgold Campaign November 23-27. Chattanooga
    1864

  • May 9. Cloyd’s Mountain
  • May 26-July 1. Lynchburg
  • June 17-18. Lynchburg
  • August 24. Summit Point
  • September 3. Berryville
  • September 19. Winchester
  • September 22. Fisher’s Hill
  • October 19. Cedar Creek

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