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The Daily Dispatch: September 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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e. When the present war broke out, he proceeded at once to enroll a company, the Painesville Union Savers, and was chosen Captain. He was a brave man, and had many friends in Painesville, where he leaves a wife and several children. Sergt. Major Liecester King, of Warred, was the son of the late Judge King, and formerly a resident of this city. Louis G. D. Forest, Adjutant of the regiment, was a young man greatly beloved in this city. He was of splendid appearance and possessed admirabJudge King, and formerly a resident of this city. Louis G. D. Forest, Adjutant of the regiment, was a young man greatly beloved in this city. He was of splendid appearance and possessed admirable qualities of both head and heart. He had been employed as a salesman in N. E. Crittenden's jewelry store for eight years past. He was formerly a private in the Light Guard, under Captain Sanford. He afterwards became a member of the Sprague Cadets, and went with them to the wars. He was advanced from private to orderly sergeant, then second lieutenant, and many was promoted to the position of adjutant of the regiment. He was about 28 years of age. Tall Lying. The following is