War Date Document Signed
Muster In Roll, 1st Ohio Light Artillery
(1821-1911) Barnett was a 40 year old merchant from Cleveland, Ohio, when he enlisted on September 3, 1861, and was commissioned colonel commanding the 1st Ohio Light Artillery. He served as Chief of Artillery, Department of the Cumberland, and was promoted to brevet brigadier general in 1865.
War Date Document Signed: 17 x 11, imprinted form, filled out in ink. Muster-In Roll of One Officer, Co. C, in the 1st Regiment of Ohio Art. Volunteers, commanded by Colonel Barnett. For 2nd Lieut. James Stover. Includes his muster and pay information. Signed by Asa Holt, Paymaster, U.S.A. Also signed by J.B. Hayes, 1st Lieut., 19th Infantry, Ass't Commissary of Musters, and James Barnett, as Col. Comdg. Regt. Nashville, Tenn., January 30, 1864. Light age toning, fold wear with a few small chips, and some archival tape repairs on the reverse.
Asa Holt, served as a Paymaster during the Civil War, 1862-65, and was mustered out of the service with rank of brevet lieutenant colonel.
John B. Hays, served in the 19th U.S. Infantry, 1861-65. He was mustered out of the service with rank of brevet major.