21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. A
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The 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry was raised out of northwestern Ohio in 1861  at the beginning of the Civil War to defend the Union.  The men fought bravely for the duration of the war and distinguished themselves at such battles as Stones River, Chickamauga, and Bentonville.

The reenactors of the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. A, strive to preserve the memory of the sacrifice of these brave Buckeyes through research and educational opportunities.
Important Updates

New! The September 2009 newsletter is now available.

Webmaster:  Joshua Haugh
Updated 08.31.09
The reenactors of the 21st Ohio, Co A, were selected from hundreds of applicants to participate in the 2005 Presidential Inaugural Parade.  Click here to see highlights of the trip.  (Jan 05)

The Hancock County (OH) Historical Society has two original flags of the 21st OVI. 
Click here to find out how you can help preserve original pieces of the unit's history.