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List of Ohio's American Civil War generals

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List of Ohio's American Civil War generals

See also Ohio in the Civil War

During the American Civil War, Ohio contributed a large number of officers, politicians, and troops to the war effort.

The following is a partial list of generals or rear admirals either born in Ohio or living in Ohio when they joined the Army or Navy (or in a few cases, men who were buried in Ohio following the war, although they did not directly serve in Ohio units). There were 134 men given the temporary rank of brevet brigadier general, a few of whom are also included in this listing.

In addition, the following Ohioans served as generals in the Confederate States Army:
Civil War memorial in Dayton, Ohio. Electric trolley bus cables are visible in the photo.
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