|Death||June 29, 1931|
|Cemetery||Nebraska Veterans (Grand Island)|
|Unit||1st Ohio Infantry, Company I|
Private Albert G Dole
Company I, 1st Ohio Infantry
Dole was born in Portage County, Ohio in July 1841. He enlisted and was mustered in the regiment on July 3, 1861. Dole served 3 years before being discharged on September 14, 1864.
The 1st Ohio Infantry was organized at Camp Corwin (Dayton), Ohio between August 5 and October 10, 1861. During Dole’s enlistment the unit was involved in many major battles and military operations. Some of them include:
Battle of Shiloh (TN) (April 6-7, 1862).
Battle of Perryville (KY) (October 9, 1862).
Battle of Stone’s River (TN) (December 30-January 3, 1863).
Battle of Chickamauga (GA) (September 19-20, 1863). Regimental losses were 8 killed, 27 wounded, 43 captured, and 15 were reported missing.
Battle of Missionary Ridge (TN) (November 24-25, 1863). Regimental losses were 12 killed and 26 wounded.
Atlanta (GA) Campaign (May 1-July 25, 1864)
Assault on Kenesaw Mountain (GA) (June 27, 1864).
Battle of Peach Tree Creek (GA) (July 19-20, 1864).
Siege of Atlanta (GA) (July 22-26, 1864).
Dole died on June 29, 1931 at the age of 89 years. He is buried in the Nebraska Veterans Cemetery in Grand Island (Hall County), Nebraska. Dole was a member of the Barnes Post (#207) of the Grand Army of the Republic in McCook, Nebraska.
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Note: Veteran bios were compiled and written by Dean Podoll.