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Felix Wingfield

Nicknames: "Phelix Wingfield", "Felix Wingfield"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: VA, USA
Death: Died in Catawba, OH, USA
Place of Burial: Ohio, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of William Coche Wingfield, jr and Mary Ann Wingfield
Husband of <private> Wingfield (Wood)
Father of Clara Alice Neer; Charles "Charley" W Wingfield; Laura Wingfield; Hariett Wingfield and <private> Wingfield
Brother of Robert Wingfield; Mary Elizabeth Wingfield; Elizabeth Wood; William Thomas Wingfield; John Wingfield and 6 others

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About Felix Wingfield

'find a grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21582389

'Enlisted Civil War July 8th 1862 Ohio 94th Infantry Regiment company G "wounded" musterd out March 12 1863, 'He was a private in Company G of the 94th OVI (Ohio Volunteer Infantry) from 7 Aug 1862 to 11 March 1863. He had a Gun shot wound in the eye and shoulder http://www.civilwar.org/battlefields/perryville.html Ohio Civil War Registry where his parents were given as William Cocke/s Wingfield and Many Ann Gamble). He resided in Pleasant Township, Clark County, Ohio. His family applied for help to bury him and were awarded $35, the greatest amount up to that time!) He carried a bullet in his head for 25 years before it entered his brain and killed him.

THE PERRYVILLE CAMPAIGN. 23

proportion to the numbers engaged and the duration of the battle, the losses were scarcely equaled by any general engagement during the war. That the result was not more decisive was not due to the men engaged, nor to the officers in direct command on the field. The total loss, killed, wounded and missing in the Army of the Ohio aggregated 4,241, of which McCook's corps lost a total in killed, wounded and missing of 3,299.

A list of killed and wounded, found upon the muster rolls, Columbus, Ohio, is as follows:

Killed: Captain John C. Drury, Joseph E. Harrison, Co. B. Tillman Wilson, Co. D. Abraham Coy, Joseph Miller, Co. E. John R. Jacoby, Co. H. Died fr«in Wounds : Eljier Brecoltjt, Co. C. Sylvester Jones, Co. G. Jacob Etter, Co. I. Wounded : Sergeant A. B. Huston, Griffith M. D. Girard, James Wales, Co. B. John A. Edmonds, Samcel C. Bowman, Co. C. Adam G. Cornwell, Co. E. ,"" Felix Wingfield, Co. G. http://archive.org/stream/recordofninetyfo00unit/recordofninetyfo00unit_djvu.txt

'Wounded in the Battle of Perryville: 'FELIX WINGFIELD. 'Private: enrolled Aug. 7, 1862. Discharged at Louisville, Ky., March 12,1863, on account of wounds received at battle of Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8,1862. http://www.mocavo.com/Record-of-the-Ninety-Fourth-Regiment-Ohio-Volunteer-Infantry-in-the-War-of-the-Rebellion/328236/152

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Felix Wingfield's Timeline

1834
1834
VA, USA
1858
August 12, 1858
Age 24
Clark, OH, USA
1862
1862
Age 28
Ohio, United States
1865
February 16, 1865
Age 31
Clark, OH, USA
1869
December 26, 1869
Age 35
Clark, Ohio, United States
1874
1874
Age 40
OH, USA
1904
April 5, 1904
Age 70
Catawba, OH, USA
1904
Age 70
Ohio, United States