★  Walcutt, Charles C.

Charles Carroll Walcutt

Born: February 12, 1838
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Birthplace:
Columbus, Ohio

Father: John Macy Walcutt 1794 – 1870
(Buried: Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio)​

Mother: Mariel Brodrick 1800 – 1845
(Buried: Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio)​

Wife: Phebe Neill 1842 – 1896
(Buried: Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio)​

Children:

Brig. General Charles Carroll Walcutt Jr. 1861 – 1946​
(Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia)​

Education:

1858: Graduated from Kentucky Military Institute​

Occupation before War:

Civil Engineer​
Surveyor in Franklin County, Ohio​

Civil War Career:

1861: Helped organize Volunteers in Ohio​
1861: Captain of Ohio Volunteers, quota was met and disbanded​
1861: Major in Ohio State Forces served on staff of Ohio Gen. Hill​
1861: Helped raise and train the 46th Ohio Volunteers Infantry Regt.​
1861 – 1862: Major of 46th Ohio Volunteers Infantry Regiment​
1862: Lt. Colonel of 46th Ohio Volunteers Infantry Regiment​
1862: Wounded in in left shoulder at Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee​
1862 – 1864: Colonel of 46th Ohio Volunteers Infantry Regiment​
1862 – 1863: Led his troops in the Vicksburg, Mississippi Campaign​
1863: Served in the Battle of Jackson, Mississippi​
1863: Served in the Battle of Missionary Ridge, Tennessee​
1864: Participated in the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia​
1864: Participated in the Battle of Atlanta, Georgia​
1864 – 1866: Brigadier General of Union Army Volunteers​
1864: Participated in Sherman’s March to the Sea​
1864: Wounded in the leg during the Battle of Griswoldville, Georgia​
1865: Served in the Grand Review in Washington, D.C.​
1865 – 1866: Served in the Western Department of the Union Army​
1866: Mustered out of the Union Army on January 15th
1866: Brevetted Major General for Gallantry at Griswoldville, Georgia​

Occupation after War:

Warden of Ohio State Penitentiary in Columbus, Ohio​
1866: Lt. Colonel of United States Army, 10th Cavalry Regiment​
1866: Resigned from United States Army on December 1st
1868: Presidential Elector for Republican Party​
1869 – 1883: Collector for United States Internal Revenue​
1872 – 1894: Served on Columbus, Ohio Board of Education​
1872: Ohio Delegate to Republican Party National Convention​
1883 – 1887: Mayor of Columbus, Ohio​

Died: May 2, 1898

Place of Death: Omaha, Nebraska

Cause of Death: Uremia

Age at time of Death: 60 years old

Burial Place: Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio
 
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