The 84th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment lost 14 enlisted men to disease during the Civil War.
|May-June||Organized at Camp Chase, Ohio, for three months’ service under Colonel William Lawrence.|
|June 11||Ordered to Cumberland, Md. and provost duty there. Attached to Railroad District, Dept. of the Mountains|
|July||Assigned to 8th Army Corps, Middle Department|
|September 13||Moved to New Creek to repel attack by Jenkins and Imboden.|
|October 14||Moved to Camp Chase, thence to Camp Delaware, and mustered out|