Actors and re-enactors will portray Ohio personages from the Civil War on Feb. 12 during the 150th Civil War Gala Jubilee in the Statehouse at 1 Capitol Square in Columbus.

Actors and re-enactors will portray Ohio personages from the Civil War on Feb. 12 during the 150th Civil War Gala Jubilee in the Statehouse at 1 Capitol Square in Columbus.

The event will raise money to construct a Major Gen. William Starke Rosecrans equestrian statue on the Sunbury village square.

Those depicted will be:

Union Gen. William Rosecrans, a Delaware County native, and his wife, Anne. They will be portrayed by Tom and Linda Paul.

Abraham and Mary (Todd) Lincoln, portrayed by Gerald and Marilyn Payn.

Ohio Gov. William Dennison, portrayed by Bob Davis.

Confederate Gen. John Bell Hood, portrayed by actor Patrick Gorman, who played Hood in the movies "Gettysburg" and "Gods and Generals."

Union drummer boy Johnny Clem, portrayed by Payton Seats.

Lucy Webb Hayes, wife of Union soldier and future president Rutherford B. Hayes, portrayed by Deborah Shatzer.

Former slave and abolitionist Frederick Douglass, portrayed by Michael Crutcher.

Victoria Woodhull, an early advocate for women's rights, portrayed by Rachel Edwards.

Also appearing will be retired Air Force Colonel Thomas Moe, a prisoner of war during the Vietnam War.

General Rosecrans Department of the Ohio Headquarters Unit and Ohio Statehouse 1st Ohio Battery A, Light Artillery are the sponsors for the evening. The Headquarters Unit is part of the Big Walnut Area Historical Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

The dinner and program will begin at 6 p.m. Tickets are $100 a plate for the evening with $70 being a tax-free donation for the Rosecrans statue. A silent auction will also be held during the evening. All proceeds from it are a donation to the statue fund. Guests may use the Third Street or Broad Street entrance to the parking garage under the Statehouse.

Tickets are available at http:// iTickets.com or by calling 1-800-965-9324. For more information about the evening, visit http://RosecransHeadquarters.org or call (740) 965-3582.