Company H
Parades & Ceremonies
The 121st stands at rest just before the ceremonies begin on Memorial Day in
Oakgrove Cemetery in Delaware, Ohio.
Captain Mark Melroy (left) and the late Lieutenant Colonel Richard E.
West (right) lay a wreath at the grave of Corporal Charles Patton,
Company B, 121st Ohio Volunteer Infantry in Marion Cemetery, Marion,
Ohio.
  The 121st Ohio is available to add that bit of
distinctiveness to your parades or ceremonies.  For
parades, we provide our set of replica battle flags
and a color guard, as well as our fine fife and drum
corps.  Their music has always earned applause as
we march down the street.  And, usually these
parades end with dedication ceremonies, with which
we're more than happy to assist.  We have a few
things to offer your ceremony.  Our guard can act as
a firing squad and we can offer a bugler as well.
The 121st parades through the streets of Delaware, Ohio,
during the All Horse Parade.
  We can assist with any portion of your ceremonies that you
may need.  If need be, we can also sit back a just be part of the
background.  We have done Memorial Day ceremories (always
very important to us), Veteran's Day, Fourth of July, and
cemetery, statue, and other dedications.  Please feel free to
contact us to give your parade or ceremony that much more.
Would you like to add some boom! to your ceremony?  See what our artillery arm can offer you.

         121st Ohio Volunteer Infantry