45. Samuel Shutt MAUK (16) was born on 7 Dec 1831 in Muskingum Co. Ohio. He was buried in Jun 1905 in Oak Grove Cemetery Logan Ohio. He died on 12 Jun 1905 in Ohio. Worked as a laborer and farmer According to the history of the 90th Ohio Volunteer Samuel Shutt Mauk of Company "E" and his brother John served in the Civil War of 1861 to 1865. Samuel Shutt Mauk enlisted in Company "E" 90th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry on August 2 1862. Samuel was wounded in the battle of Chickamaunga Georgia on September 20 1863. He was captured and held a prisoner for 9 days his leg was amputated on the field. He was discharged May 14 1864 in Columbus Ohio. Corporal John Mauk a medical doctor of Company "E" was discharged October 21 1862. Corporal William G. Mauk was wounded May 14 1864 in the Battle of Resaca Georgia. He was appointed Corporal January 1 1865. He was mustered out with the rest of his company. He rose to the position of Presiding Elder in the United Brethren Church and lived in Basil Ohio. He was also a poet. ********************************************************************** **** **********************
Sam made coffins for the people in the area where he lived. His daughters Cynthia and Laura made the linings and the pillows. ********************************************************************** **** *********************

90th Ohio

Organized July 15 1862 under Colonel Isaac N. Ross it entered the field in August with General Wright in Kentucky. In September it made a forced march from Lexington to Louisville suffering severely. The Regiment marched south with Buell's army in October and in November reached Nashville. It participated in the battle of Stone River with a loss of 130 men; also in the battle of Chickamauga with a loss of 86. The Regiment operated in Tennessee until the spring of 1864 when it joined Sherman's army in its advance through Georgia fighting and entrenching all the way to Atlanta. It followed Hood north into Tennessee and with the 4th Corps participated in the battles at Franklin and Nashville then pursued the Rebels south to the Tennessee. In January 1865 it went into camp at Huntsville in March moved to Nashville and at the
close of the war returned to Ohio to be mustered out.

He was married to Sarah Ann EIDSON (daughter of Joseph EIDSON and Hannah (EIDSON)) on 16 Mar 1852 in Hocking Co. Ohio. (17) Sarah Ann EIDSON (18) was born on 25 Nov 1831 in Iradell Co. North Carolina. She was buried in Jan 1911 in Oak Grove Cemetery Logan Ohio. She died on 15 Jan 1911 in Ohio. Samuel Shutt MAUK and Sarah Ann EIDSON had the following children:

Mauk Sisters(photo)

child+62 i. George Washington MAUK.
child63 ii. Joseph B. MAUK was born on 14 Mar 1856 in Hocking Co. Ohio. He died on 23 Oct 1859.
child+64 iii. Mary Jane MAUK.
child+65 iv. John L. MAUK.
child66 v. Julie S. MAUK was born in 1861 in Ohio.
child+67 vi. Samuel Ellsworth MAUK.
child+68 vii. Martha Ellen MAUK.
child+69 viii. Cynthia Ann MAUK.
child+70 ix. William James MAUK.
child+71 x. Laura L. MAUK.
child+72 xi. Clara Bell MAUK.

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