Name: JENNINGS William Henry Harrison
Family Bible spells his name "William Henary Harison." Enlisted Aug. 15, 1861 at Camp Dennison as a Corporal inCompany "K", 32nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry. In History of Coshocton County by William J. Bahmer, Vol. 1,
Birth: 10 Apr 1841 in Ohio Quality: 1
p. 119, itsays he was "mustered in Aug. 31. 1861 and mustered out July 20, 1865. Captured at Harpers Ferry. Paroled September 12-15, 1862. Honorably discharged at Vicksburg, Mississippi on Dec. 31, 1863. Enlisted again on Jan. 18, 1864, as a 1st Sergeant in Co. "K", 32nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry Veteran Volunteers and was discharged July 20, 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky. His tombstone says "Co K 32 Reg." Tombstone also says, "erected by
Martha Jennings". The Coshocton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society records show that he is among the "Pioneer Families," having come to the county in 1841. Died of lingering illness from heart trouble.
Father: JENNINGS Joseph D b: 17 Jul 1801 in New Jersey
Mother: POWELSON Abigail b: 27 May 1810 in Romney, Hampshire County, Virginia
- Author: Glen Findlay