105th Ohio Volunteer Infantry

One Hundred and Fifth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1013 men, Albert S. Hall colonel, mustered in at Camp Taylor, near Cleveland, August 20-21, 1862; served in the defense of Kentucky at Perryville during Bragg's invasion in 1862; in October ordered into Tennessee; in January, 1863, assigned to the Fourth Division, Fourteenth Army Corps. In active service in Tennessee through 1863 at Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge; took part in Sherman's great campaign through Georgia in 1864; in the campaign of the  Carolinas in the opening months of 1865; reviewed at Washington May 24th, and there mustered out June 3, 1865, 427 men, Lieutenant Colonel George T. Perkins commanding.