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Portrait of Major Anson G. McCook from Steubenville, Ohio, 2nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, August 6, 1861. He was a member of the McCook Family, known as the "Fighting McCook's" a name referring to the number of family members who served

Portrait of Major Anson G. McCook from Steubenville, Ohio, 2nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, August 6, 1861. He was a member of the McCook Family, known as the "Fighting McCook's" a name referring to the number of family members who served

Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder (1918 - 1996) - Find A Grave Memorial. He is buried at Union Cemetery in his native Steubenville Ohio.

Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder (1918 - 1996) - Find A Grave Memorial. He is buried at Union Cemetery in his native Steubenville Ohio.

Henry Christopher McCook - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. With the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted as a chaplain in the 41st Illinois Infantry as a lieutenant, and helped tend the wounded.

Henry Christopher McCook - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. With the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted as a chaplain in the 41st Illinois Infantry as a lieutenant, and helped tend the wounded.

Alexander McDowell McCook (April 22, 1831 – June 12, 1903) was a career United States Army officer and a Union general in the American Civil War. McCook was born in Columbiana County, Ohio. His family was prominent in army service—his father Daniel and seven of Alexander's brothers, plus five of his first cousins, fought in the war. They were known as "The Fighting McCooks", for whom McCook Field in Dayton, Ohio, was named.

Alexander McDowell McCook (April 22, 1831 – June 12, 1903) was a career United States Army officer and a Union general in the American Civil War. McCook was born in Columbiana County, Ohio. His family was prominent in army service—his father Daniel and seven of Alexander's brothers, plus five of his first cousins, fought in the war. They were known as "The Fighting McCooks", for whom McCook Field in Dayton, Ohio, was named.

Robert L. McCook (1827-62). Ohio Brigadier General (USA)  organized the Ninth Ohio Infantry. Badly wounded at the Battle of Mills Springs in Kentucky, he was promoted to BG.  He was unable to ride long distances on horseback following his return to duty.  He was killed near Huntsville, Alabama by Confederate partisans.  Conflicting versions of his death;  Union - he was lying helpless in an ambulance    Confederate - he was shot while trying to move the ambulance to a better location.

Robert L. McCook (1827-62). Ohio Brigadier General (USA) organized the Ninth Ohio Infantry. Badly wounded at the Battle of Mills Springs in Kentucky, he was promoted to BG. He was unable to ride long distances on horseback following his return to duty. He was killed near Huntsville, Alabama by Confederate partisans. Conflicting versions of his death; Union - he was lying helpless in an ambulance Confederate - he was shot while trying to move the ambulance to a better location.

Edward M. McCook (1833-1909)  Ohio  Brigadier General. Brevet Major General. Successful cavalry commander, he received five brevet promotion during the course of the war.  Served as Minister to the Kingdom of Hawaii, two-term governor of Colorado, and had many lucite business enterprises.

Edward M. McCook (1833-1909) Ohio Brigadier General. Brevet Major General. Successful cavalry commander, he received five brevet promotion during the course of the war. Served as Minister to the Kingdom of Hawaii, two-term governor of Colorado, and had many lucite business enterprises.

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