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OFFIc|^^4BSk^ \REGISTER



VOLUNTEER FORCE OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY



THB TEARS 1861, '62, '63, '64, '65.



PART III.

(PENNSYLVANIA, DELAWAHE, MAHYLAND, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.)



PnBLISHBD ET ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE JOINT

REflOLUTION 01» TliK SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

APPROVED MARCH 2, 18Ca



Adjutant General's Office,

Washington, August 31, 18G5.



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State Troops.


IState Troops.


Parti..


. . Maine.


Part 6._.. Indiana.




New Hampshire.


Illinois.




Vermont,






MaBsacbusetts.


Part 7 Missouri.




Rhode Island.


Wisconsin.




Connecticut.


Iowa.
Minnesota.


Parts..


..New York.


California.




New Jersey.


Kansas.
Oregon.


Part 3..


. .PennBylvania.
Delaware.


Nevada.




Maryland.


Territorial Troopa.




District of Columbia.


Part 8 Washington.


PART 4..


..West Virginia.


Utah.




Virginia.


New Mexico.




North Carolina.


Nebraska.




South Carolina.


Colorado.




Georgia,


Indian.




Florida.


Dakota.




Alabama.


Arizona.




MiasisBip'pL


Idaho.




Louisiana.

Texas.

Arkansas.


Montana.




United States Troops.




Tennessee.






Kentucky.


Veteran Reserve Corps.
1st Army Corps, (Veteran.)


Part 5.


..Ohio.


Miscellaueous.




Michigan,


Colored Troops.



ERRATA.



On pago 765, for a. w. m. , after the namo of Second Lieutenant " Charles Edwards," read "16th
•May, 18G5."

On page 765, for "Wilbur l\ Sharer," read "Wilbur F. Sharrar."

On page 778, omJt " Captain George S. Kimble, October 7, 1862, to Surgeon U. S. Vols. "

On page 790, for "Charles Edwurda," read "tCharlea Edwards."

On page 795, for "Wilbur F. Sharar," read " Wilbur F. Shorrar."

On page 795, for "James Y. Ckessowti," read "James Y. Chesrown."

On page 800, omit * before the name of "James Y. Chesrown."

On page 8.33, the name of First Lieutenant "John A. Harris" should be in roman lettcra.

On page 8^8, in roKtcr of First Lieutenants, read "James H, House, 11 Aug., 1864."

On ptige 839, omit "First Lieutenant James H. House."

On page 873, after "Second Lieut. William O. H. Robinson, resigned January 24, 1862," read
("Recommissioncd aB captain. March 20, 1863.")

On page 878, for "Second Lieut. Albert O. Laufman, dismissed July 26, 1862," read "discharged
July 26, 18C2."

On page 882, insert "First Lieut. William F- McNamarra, discharged August 20, 1864."

On page 883, omit " First Lieut. William F. McNamarra, dismissed October 31, 1864."

On pages 879 and 889, for "Henry J. Gittiraan," read "Henry J. Gittinan."

On page 896, after "Captnin William A. Robinson, discharged April 12, 1865)" read ("Recommis-
BJoned as Lieutenant Colonel, Juno 10, 1865.")

On page 952, omit " Captain llobertM. Jeffries."

On page 970, insert * belbre "JamesW. Anawalt;" at bottom of same page, read "*re-commis-
sioned Surgeon 11" regiment Pa. infantry, May 27, 1863.

On page 1012, for a. w. m, after the namo of " Charles H. Crawford," read "28 May, 1865."

On page 1017, for " John L. SVitor," read " John S. Sutor."

On page 1020, after "First Lieutenant William D. Stauffer, discharged June 2l8t, 1865," read
("Recomminsioned as Captain, August 10, 18C5.")

On page 1061, for "Mnjor William Ketloy, dismissed Dec. 15, 1864," reai "Major William Kesley,
discharged Dec. 15, 1864."

On page 1063. for "Second Lieutenant Joseph J. Janney, resigned Dee. 10, 1864," read in roster
of Second Lieutenants "Joseph J. Janney, Nov. 8, 1864."

On page 1062, omit "Captain Theodore Clayton, discharged December 17, 1864."



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EXPLANATIONS.



Errors or omissions, if any, as to names, dates, &o., will be Immediately rpported
to the Adjutant General by the officers concerned.

When a regiment was not mustered out in time to have that fact appear on this
Eegister, the roster of its ofScers is made up to August 31, 1865, (except colored troops. )

Where an organization is out of service, the roster is given as it stood at the date
of muster out.

When, at any time, one organization is transferred to or consolidated with another,
the roster of its officers is given as it stood at that time.

In the roster the date of each officer's rank is placed opposite his name.

The Orders issued subsequent to August 31, 1865, announcing brevet appoint-
ments, were not completed in time to enter the appointments on the registej of the
regiments from the Nevir England States.

Where the names of battles in which organizations have borne an honorable part,
and which they are entitled to bear on their colors, have been announced in Orders
by the Department or Military Division CJommanders, they are given at the head of
the roster of officers.

The names of enlisted men who have , received medals of honor are given at the
foot of the roster of offic<;rs of each regiment.

The date opposite each officer's name in the list of casualties, is the date of casualty.

The letters "a. w. m." opposite a name in the roster indicate that the officer has
been appointed, but never mustered into the service of the United States in the
grade in wliich he appears. — (See paragraphs 114 and 120 Mustering Regulations.)

In the list of casualties italics indicate that the officer whose name appears itiili-
lised was not mustered into service in the grade in which he appears.

iW. ^. Medal of Honor.

CJ?. 53- Graduates of West Point Military Academy.

3J. 31. Officers of the Regular Army.

a. d. African Descent.

m. m. b. Mississippi Marine Brigade.

e, m. m. Enrolled Missouri Militia,

a. w. m. Appointed and waiting muster into United States service.

Adj't. Regimental Adjutant.

A. G. 0. Adjutant General's Office.

R. Q,. M. Regimental Quartermaster.

if. C. S. Regimental Commissary of Subsistence.

C. T. Colored Troops.

A. Q. M. Assistant Quartermaster of Volunteers.

A. A. G. Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers.

Batt. Adj't. Battalion Adjutant

Batt. Q. M. Battalion Quartermaster.



PART 3

Contains that portion of the Army Register of the Volunteer

Force pertaining to —

PENNSYLVANIA, | MARYLAND,

DELAWARE, I DIST. OF COLUMBIA.



PENNSYLVANIA CAYALRT.



757



FIRST REGIMENT.

(ThiB regiment was organized at Har-
risburg, Pa., from August 5 to Sep-
tember 6, 1861, to serve three yearn.
On the expiration of its term of ser-
vice the original members (except
veterans) were mustered out, and
the veterans-and reemita orgauized-
into a battalion of five companies
September 9, 1864, and retained in
service. It was consolidated with
the 6th and 17th regiments Penn-
sylvania cavalry to form the 2d
provisional Pennsylvania cavalry,
June 17, 1865.)

*'DRAINSVILLE," "HARRISONBDRG,"
"CROSS KEYS," "CEBAR MOUN-
TAIN,*' "GAINESVILLE," "BULL
KUN," " FREDERICKSBURG,"

"BRANDY STATION," "aLDIE,"
"GETTYSBURG," "SHEPARDS-

TOWN," "CULPEPER," "AUBURN,'*'
"MINE RUN," "TODD'S TAVERN,"
"FORTIFICATIONS OF RICHMOND,"
"HAWE'SSHOP," "COAL HARBOR,"
"TREVILLIAN STATION," "ST. MA-
KY'S CHURCH," " REAM'S STA-
TION," "BELLEFIELD."

Colond.



Lieutenant Colonel.



Hamptons. Thomas 4 Jan., 65

(Brevet Lt. Colonel April 5, 1865.)

Captainst

*Thomas C. McGregor.. 1 Mar., 63

"Warren L. Holbrook 13 Dec, 64

Thomas C. Lebo 13 Dec,

*A. R. McDonald 28 Feb., 65

*'S5incent Worthington . . 5 Mar.,

First Lieutenants,

fliram Piatt 14 Aug., 64

Joseph F. Moore 17 Dec,

Emanuel H. Britten 28 Feb., 65

*George S. Glisaon 4 Mar.,

*George W. Fincher....l9 Mar.,

Second Lieutenants.

Abraham D. Rockey 13 Dec, 64

*Samuel Kilpatrick. 4 Mar., 65

J. B. Rothenberger 4 Mar.,

John L. Craft 5 Mar.,

Joseph HoBtetter, a. ic. «%



Casualties.

Promoted, (5.)

Colonel George D. Bayard, WL. ^., H. Q., May 5, 1BC2, to

Brigadier General.
Captain William W. McNulty, September 6, 1861, to Colonel

6th Pennsylvania cavalry.
First Lieut. Richard R, Corson, R. Q. M., May 23, 1862, to

Captain and A. A. G.
Second Lieut. H, C. Weir, August 7, 1862, to Captain and

A. Q. M.
Surgeon David Stanton, November 7, 1862, to Surgeon U. S.

vols.

Resigned, (39.)

Colonel Owen Jones, January 30, 1863.

Lieut. Colonel Sylvester D. Barrows, September 15, 1862,

Lieut. Colonel Jacob Higgins, December 31, 1862.

Major Tlwmas S. /?icfiarrfs, November 22, 1862.

Major Josiah H. Ray, February 23, 1663.

Major William T. McEwen, October 17, 1863.

Captain John W. Smith, September 20,' 1861.

Captain James B. Davidson, October 1, 1861.

Captain Jonathan Wolf, October 19, 1861.

Captain John M. Harper, October 19, 1861.

Captain Jo/tn W. Ross, November 23, 1861.

Captain Marcus L. French, February 10, 1862,

Captain Jacob L. Stadelman, March 26, 1862.

Captain John K. Robinson, March 28, 1862.

Captain Robert R. Liptort, March 31, 1862.

Captain John C. A. Hoffeditz, April 16, 1862.

Captain Joseph C. Roberts, May 18, 1862.

Captain George T. Work, June 21, 1862.

Captain William S. Gile, June 25, 1862.

Captain Theodore Streek, November 26, 1862.

Captain William Boyce, December 27, 1862.

Captain Thomas Frow, March 16, 1863.

Captain H. C. Reamer, April 12, 1863.

First Lieut. John S. Hill, August 8, 1861.

First Lieut. David Gilmore, November 21, 1861.

First Lieut. John Kline, December 30, 1861.

First Lieut. William Mann, jr., February 22, 1862.

First Lieut, John A. Bayard, February 26, 1862.

First Lieut. C/iarles C. Townsend, Adj't, January 14, 1863.

First Lieut. William Stadelman, R. C. S., January 28, 1863

Second Lieut. William Brown, October 1, 1861.

Second Lieut. Samuel T. Murray, November?, 1861.

Second Lieut. James M. Jackson, November 28, 1661.

Second Lieut. Simeon Davenport, February 12, 1862.

Second Lieut. George W. Seigrest, May 10, 1862.

Second Lieut. Lewis K. Evans, July 1, 1862.

Second Lieut. Samuel Lipton, March 19, 1863.

Assistant Surgeon George W. H. Calver, August 2, 1862.

Asfaistant Surgeon Hiram N. Kelly, June 16, 1863.

Mustered out on expiration of term of service, (24.)

Colonel John P. Taylor, (Brevet Brigadier General August

4, 1865,) September 9, 1864.
Lieut. Colonel David Gardner, September 9, 1864.
Major James M. Gaston, September 9, 1864.
Major Richard J. Palls, January 6, 1865.
Captain William H. Patterson, September 9, 1864.
Captain William Litzenberg, September 9, 1864.
Captain Jeremiah Newman, September 9, 1864.
Captain William S. Craft, September 9, 1864.
Captain Francis P. Confer, September 9, 1864,



*' Discharged by reason of consolidation.



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758



PENNSYLVANIA CAYALRT.



SurgeoTb,

Assistant Surgeon.

Reuben H. Tuft 6 July, 63

Chaplain.



The following Is a list of the onllatod
men of thiB regiment to whom
med.ila of honor have been awarded

■ by the Secretary of "War.

Chief Bugler J. P. Landls.
Sergeant John A. Daridziser.
Private Charles Higby.



Captain Joseph H. Williama, September 27, 1864
First Lieut. William P. Lloyed, ^'^j'^v^^P^T^h^.r 9 1864
First Lieut. George H. Baker, IL Q. ^^h^^f^^^^ci\lfi
First Lieut. Henry A. Wood, R. C. S., Septembei J. lCib4.
First Lieut. Hiram McClcnahan, September 9, i»oi.
First Lieut. Johnston G. Altera, September 9, l»f>4.
First Lieut. Thomas Lucas, September 9, 18b4.
First Lieut. Henry L. Gaul, September 9, 18«*- .
First Lieut. Francis S. Morgan, September Jb, iHtMi.
Second Lieut. Robert S. Lawsha, September 9, fco^-
Second Lieut. Samuel W. Morgan, September 9. 18b4.
Second Lieut. Eli S. Forsyth, September 21, 1864.
Second Lieut. John W. Nelson, September 26. ]8b4.
Surgeon Gordon B. Ilotchkin, Septembi-ny, ]8{j4.
Chaplain J. Harvey Beale, September 9, 1864.

Discharged, (13.)

Captain William A. Sands, December 19, 1864.

Captain Robert J. McNiU, March 12, 1865.

First Lieut. George D. Leaf, February 3, 18HJ.

First Lieut, Henderson Sample, August 10, 1864.

First Lieut. James R. Kelly, March 15, 1865.

Second Lieut. Albert J. Schollenberger, November ]9, 1861.

Second Lieut. William Bayard, Sa«. Adj't, September 1,1862.

Second Lieut. William S. Foster, Batt. Adj't, September9, 1862.

Second Lieut. Charles F. Buffington, Batt, Adj't, September

10, 1862.
Second Lieut. Job H. Cole, Batt. Adft, September 11, 1862.
Second Lieut. Charles A. Lichtcntbaler, June 25, 1863.
Second Lieut. Philip H. Walker, February 23, 1864.
Assistant Surgeon Lewis E. Atkinson, September 25, 1864.

Died, (40.)

Captain Alexander Davidson, August 1, 1864, of disease. •

First Lieut. William Buthy, May 1, 1864.

First Lieut. Alonzo Reed, killed in action at St. Mary's Church,
Va., June 24, 1864.

Second Lieut. William F. Butcher, killed in action at Cedar
Mountain, Va., August 9, 1862.

Second Lieut. George W. Lyou, killed while on picket Sep-
tember 6, 1863.

Second Lieut. Samuel Greenlee, killed in action May 28, 1864. -

Second Lieut. David H. Wilson, Juno 6, L864, of wounds re-
ceived in action.

Second Lieut. David S. BuxtojQ, July 5, 1864, of wounds re-
ceived in action.

Second Lieut. Joseph S. Wright, July 15, 1864, of wounda re-
ceived in action.

Assistant Surgeon Samuel Alexander, November 27, 1861, of
wounds received iu action at Drainuville, Md.

Missing, (I.)

Captain B. Chambors, shico December 31, 1861.

Dismissed, (6.)

Captain Hugh A. McDonald, December 4, 1864.
First Lieut. John D. Scott, September 13, 1862.
First Lieut. William A. Kennedy, August 15, 1864.
Second Lieut. Joseph B. Ritchey, February 18. 1863.
Second Lieut. George J. Geiser, October 1, 1863.
Second Lieut. Amos M. Herrick, October 18, 1864.



Note 1. — No brevet appolntmonts are entered on this register except those announced in GenerjU
Orders before October 14, 1865.
Note 2. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of consolidation.

Pennsylvania cavalry, 1 reg.— 9



PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY,



759



FIRST PROVISIONAL REGI-
MENT.
(This regiment, was organized by tho
consolidation of the second and
twentieth repraents of Pennsylva-
nia cavalry June 17, 18fi5. It was
mustered out of service July 13,
1P65, in accordance with orders
from the War Department.)
Colonel.
Wm."W". Sanders, E. a. .26 Mar., 65
Lieutenant Colonel.

Robert B. Douglass 19 May, 65

Minors.

P. Benner Wilson 28 Oct. , 62

Samuel Comfort 24 Mar., 65

Robert M. Brinton 19 Apr..

Captains.

Samuel Montgomery 16 Feb., 64

Alfred M. Halber8tadt.-.l6 Feb.,

Samuel E. Gross 16 Feb.,

WiUiam H. SheUer 26 Dec,

Benjamin H. Sweney 10 Jan., 65

Charles S. W. Jones 27 Feb.,

John A. Martin 27 Feb, ,

George W. Scbwarz 27 Feb.,

William C. Frew 27 Feb.,

Samuel S. Ely 24 Mar..

John W. Mechlan 19 Apr.,

Aaron K. Seip 18 June,

First Lieutenants.
Benjamin F. Stauber ...16 Feb.. 64

William Marks 16 Feb.,

Joshua Smith 16 Feb.,

Benjamin Jones, R. Q. ilf-25 Nov.,
Joseph W.Gibson, K.C.S.25 Nov.,

Jacob Ho vaugh 25 Nov.,

John Brauagan 14 Jan., 65

David R. Maxwell 27 Feb.,

Henry W. Shultz 27 Feb.,

Francis M. Hafer 27 Feb.,

Horatio L. Snyder 27 Feb.,

Thomas A. Davis, Adft .23 Mar.,

Evan E. Bartleson 15 May,

Charles F. Miller 15 May,

William L. Spanogle 20 May,

Second Lieutenants.

Alvin W.Day 31 Jan., 64

James M. Thomas 16 Feb.,

James H. Morrow 12 Dec,

George G. Fraim 27 Feb., 65

William W. Wall 18 Mar.,

Charlcfl W. Foulk 18 Mar.,

James Machlan 19 Apr,,

Andrew Jackson 19 Apr.,

Payne A. Gould 15 May,

Frank Buckman 16 May,

Charles F. Wright 18 May,

Washington Watkin8on.22 May,
Surs^con.

Edward Donnelly 29 Nov., 64

Assistant Surgeon.

Samuel R. Ninslcy 18 Apr. , 65

William Gnambine, a, m. m.
Oiaplain.



Casualties.



Note, — The roster of officers Is given as it stood on the day of muster out.



760



PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY.



SECOND REGIMENT.*

(ThiB regiment was organized at
Philadelphia and Harrisburg, Pa.,
from September, 1861, to April,
1862, to serve three years. On cho
expiration of its term of eervice the
original members (except veterans)
were mustered out, and the organi-
zation, composed of veterans and
recruita, retained in Bervico. It
was consolidated with the 20th
Pennaylvania cavalry June 17,
1865, to form the Ist provisional
Pennflylvania cavalry.)

"CEDAR MOUNTAIN," "CHANTILLY,"
" GETTYSBURG," " MINE RUN,"
"TODD'S TAVERN," "FORTIFICA-
TIONS OF RICHMOND," " TREVIL-
LIAN STATION," " ST. MARY'S
CHURCH," "DEEP BOTTOM,"
"CHARLES CITY CROSS ROADS,"
" REAM'S STATION," " WYATT'S
FARM," "BOYDTON ROAD."



Wm. W. Sanders, 3a. a. .26 Mar., 65

Lieutenant Colonel.
Uoseph Steele 4 Apr., 65



MnjoTS.

P. Bennor Wilson 28 Oct.,

Bobert M. Brinton, 19 Apr.,



Captaine.

tJoseph A. Steele 26 Sept., 64

William H. Sheller 26 Dec,

tJohn T. Prall 30 Jan., 65

tRobertB. Ferry 2.5 Ftb.,

Charles S. W. Jones 27 Feb.,

John A. Martin..; 27 Feb.,

George W. Schwarz 27 Feb.,

William C. Frew 27 Fob.,

Aaron K. Seip 18 Juno,



First Lieutenants.

Benj. Jones, R. Q. M. 25 Nov., 64

J.W. Gibson, R. C. 5.... 25 Nov.,

Jacob Hovaugh 25 Nov.,

John Branagan 14 Jan., 65

tSamuel Rumford, AdVt.'Hl Feb ,

tJohn Thomas Toy 27 Feb.,

David R. Maxwell 27 Feb.,

Henry W. Shultz 27 Feb.,

Francis M. Hafer 27 Feb. ,

Horatio L. Snyder 27 Fob.,



Casualties.

Promoted, (2.)
First Lieut. John A. Ellifton, R. Q. M., May 27, 1863, to Captain

and A. Q. M. . -r ^ to^- *

Assistant Surgeon Francis B. Davison, smce June i, iBbo, to

Surgeon 45th Pennsylvania vols.

Resigned, (14.)

Major Joseph Archambault, Sfay — , 1863.
Captain John W. Fitzwater, September 18, 1863.
Captain James M. Cox, September 22, 1862.
Captain Robert T. Wood, October 3, 18G2.
Captain Albert V. Sloan, November 7, 1862.
First Lieut. Ebenezer Whipple, May 20, 1862.
First Lieut. Charles Middleton, Adj't, September 27, 1862.
Firbt Lieut James B. Gat«s, September 29, 1862.
First Lieut. Edward S. Skeel, November 5, 1862.
First Lieut. Hugh B. Campbell, October 6, 1863.
Second Lieut. Hampton North, September 15, 1862.
Second Lieut. Nathan J. Taylor, September 25, 1862.
Second Lieut. Robert S. Caldwell, October 2, 1863.
Surgeon William H. Taggart, September 2], 1862.

' Mustered out on expiration of term of service, (14.)

Colonel Richard B. Price, January 31, 1865.

Ciiptain Charles K. Taylor, November 5, 1864.

Captain George C. Eckert, December 15, 1864.

Captain Benjamin P. Sloan, January 3, 1865. ' »

First Lieut. Louis M. CJiasteau, R Q. M., October 16, 1864.

First Lieut. Edwin Matteon, November 4, 1864.

First Lieut. William W. Netherfield, December 7, 1864.

First Lieut. Butler D. Rice, January 5, 1865.

First Lieut. Martin V. Hallet, March 18, 1865.

Second Lieut. David L. Furguson. October 1, 1864.

Second Lieut. Daniel Bacon, October 11, 1864.

Second Lieut. Frederick Eastmau, December 19, 1864.

Second Lieut. Julius Schwarz, December 31, 1864.

Surgeon William M. Weidmau, October 31, 1864.

Discharged, (24.)
Lient. Colonel Joseph P. Brinton, (Brevet Colonel Augnst 1,

1864,) February 28, 1865.
Captain Gabriel Middleton, February 22, 1864.
Captain William W. AnderBon, February 22, 1864.
Captain Nalbro Frazier, June ]^, 1864.
Captain Clement R. See, September 6, 1864.
Captain Charles Chauncey, September 30, 1864.
Captain Albert N. Seip, October 4, 1864.
Captain John W. Haseltine, October 26, 1864.
Captain Stephen T. Hauscu, October 31, 1864.
Captain Benjamin Chambers, November 1, 1864, '■

Captain Martin L. Stone, March 1. 1865. !

Captain Harry Dodge, March 15, 1865.
First Lieut. Frank Evans, February 10, 186.3.
First Lieut. J. P. Hunter Jones, July 24, 1863.
First Lieut. James E. Audenrieth, October 6, 1864.
First Lieut. Albert M. Witmer, October 12, 1864.
First Lieut. William F. Daugherty, December 16, 1664.
FirHt Lieut.^ James C. Reed, Adft, Junuary 28, 1865.
First Lieut. Joseph Sitler, May 15, 18G5.
Second Lieut. Thomas J. Passett, September 11, 1862
Second Lieut. George A. Watwon, December 11, 1863.
Second Lieut. Josiah L. Newbold, October 31 1864
Assistant Surgeon Philip 5. P. Walter, December 30, 1861
Assistant Surgeon James J. Strawn, July 5, 1864.
''Called also Fifty-ninth Volunteers.



PENNSYLVANIA CATALET.



761



Seco7id Lieuten


ants.

.12 Dec.,
.27 Feb.,
.27 Feb.,
.27 Feb.,
.18 Mar.,
.18 Mar.,
. 4 Apr.,
- 2 May,

.29 Nov.,
eons.
-18 Apr.,


G4
65

64

65


Bicd, (7.)

Major Charles P. Taggart, October 24, 1863, at Warrcnton, Va.
Captain Aliert C. Walker, killed in action June lU, ie64.
First Lieut Thomas G. Snyder, It. C. S., December 30,1862,
of wounds received in action at Occoquan, Va.


tSamuel A. Wright....


tRichard Kelty . . . ,


William W. Wall

Charles W. Poulk

tWilliam A. Faulkner.
tFrancis H. Armstrong

Surgeon.

Edward Donnelly

Assistant Surg


First Lieut. Alfred Biles, killed by guerillas July 20, 1863.

Second Lieut. William E. Frick, October 11, 1861, at Phila-
delphia, Pa.

Second Lieut. Jacob Martin, August 18, 1864, of wounds re-
ceived in action.

Second Lieut. Augustus A. Sweetland, December 24, 1864, at
Annapolis, Md.

Missing, (5.)

Captain William Brinton, since May, 1863.
First Lieut. David H. Leech, since December, 1862.
First Lieut. James M. Lunch, since September, 1864.
Second Lieut. BenneviUe Bargood, since November, 1862.
Second Lieut. Frank J. Dungan, since August, 1864.

Dismissed, (2.)

Captain Richard C. Johnson, Juno 1, 1863.
Captain Stephen H. Edgett, June 14, 1865.


Chaplain.



t Discliarged by reason of consolidation.
Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in Greneral
Orders before October 14, 1865.
KoT£ ^ — The roster o£ ofi5c«E» I» given as it Btood on tUe- da;* of consolidation.



762



PENNSYLVANIA CAYALRT.



SECOND PROVISIONAL REGI-
MENT.
(This regiment was organized by the

consolidation of the l8t,6th,aDd 17th

regiments of cavalry, June 17, 1865.

It was mustered out of service Aug.

7, 1865, in accordance with orders

from the War Department)
Colonel.
Charles L. Leiper, a. to. th.

Lieutenant Colonel.
AlbertP. Morrow 13 Mar., 65

{Brevet Colonel 13 March, 1865.)

Majors.

Hampton S. Thomas 4 Jan., 65

(Brevet Lt. Colonel April 5, 1865.)

Abraham D. Price 22 Mar.,

Bernard H. Herkness 22 Mar,.

Captaina.

Pins A English 22 Mar., 64

"Warren L. Holbrook 13 Dec.,

Thomas C. Lebo 13 Dec,

Richard M. Sheppard ...18 Mar., €5

Charles A. Vernon 22 Mar.,

Andrew L. Laulgan 22 Mar.,

Isaac F. Moffatt 23 Mar. ,

Samuel R. Colladay 23 Mar.,

T. Campbell Oakman .. .27 Mar.,

William R. Wright 27 Mar.,

"Edward J. Hazel 19 May,

Archer Maris, a. w. m.

First Lieutenants.

EdwardE. Wood 22 July, ^

Charles Wliite, R. C. 5.. 10 Feb., 65

Emanuel H. Britton 28 Feb.,

Philip Luckner 10 Mar.,

Henry J. Tondy 22 Mar.,

James W. McIUienny, R.

Q. M 23 Mar-,

-Chas. A. Newhall, AdJ't. 1 May,

^lichacl J. Golden 19 May,

Daniel B. Hertz 19 May,

William Scott 19 May,

"William Carey 20 May,

Abiah T. Smedley 15 June,

John Laird 15 June,

Willianl N. Chamberlain, a. w. wi.
Second Lieutenants.

A«a t). Corse 23 July, €4

Abraham D. Rockey 13 Dec,

John L. Bfchtle 14 Jan., €5

J. B. Rothenberger 4 Mar^

John L. Craft 5 Mar,,

Jacob Potter 10 Mar.,

David G. Bruco 10 Mar.,

Jacob E, Fertig 10 Mar.,

James Brannon 10 June,

SurgeoTU
Daniel D. Swift, a. w. m.

Assistant Surgeons.,

Reuben H. Tuft 6 July, 63

Joseph J. Yocum 8 Apr., 65

Cfiaplain.
S. L. Graccy 20 Nov., 62



Casdaltif:s.

ResigTud, (1.)
Second LleuL Joseph Hoateitcr, June 30, 1865



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