Found this excerpt in the Ohio Historical Society web site in Archives Researsh. www.ohiohistory.org/index.html
Is this the same Charles?
SERIES 147. VOL 7A. ADJUTANT GENERAL. Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General of Ohio August 2-November 20, 1861. August 20, 1861 Simeon Nash, Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio. To Governor William Dennison. Letter stating that Captain [Charles C.] Aleshire had been delayed in reforming his company [Company G, 18th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry (three months' service)] by the fact that the company had not been discharged, that others had come in and raised companies while Aleshire had been held in check, that Lieutenant [Junius] Gates had quarrelled with Aleshire because he wanted to be Captain, that he hoped Aleshire might still retain his position and have a company, that Aleshire could raise a portion, if not the whole company, locally, that many of Aleshire's former company would re-enlist when paid off, 8 pp. [Series 147-7A:9]