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and missing. From Beverly it moved to Webster,
and thence by railroad to Martinsburg, where it went
into winter-quarters. During the winter, however,
its duties were nearly as arduous as ever, being em-
ployed on picket, guiird, and in scouting almost inces-
santly. It was now a part of the First (Col. Schoon-
maker's) Brigade of Averill's division.

Moving from winter-quarters on the 12th of April,
1864, the command was transported to Parkersburg,
on the Ohio, and thence set out on a raid southward
through West Virginia to the Virginia and Tennessee
Railroad, and having also in view the destruction of
the Confederate salt-works at Saltville. The latter
was not accomplished, but a great amount of damage
was done to the railroad in the vicinity of Blacksville.
At Cove Gap, on the 10th of May, the column was
attacked by the enemy, and a battle of four hours'
duration ensued, in which the Fourteenth lost twelve
killed and thirty-seven wounded. Joining Gen.
Crook the combined forces of the command moved to
Lewisburg. On the 3d of June they were ordrred to
move thence to Staunton, Va., to join Gen. Hunter
in his campaign against Lynchburg.

At Staunton the regiment was rejoined by a detach-
ment which (being then dismounted) was left behind
at Martinsburg when the command moved from its
winter-quarters in April. This detachment was under
command of Capt. Ashbel F. Duncan, of " E" com-
pany. The men were soon afterwards armed and
mounted, and assigned, by order of Gen. Sigel, to
Stahl's brigade. At New ^Mnrkrt, .May l.">tli, this de-
tachment was engaged, and -iistniiuMl roiisideraiilcloss.
Soon afterwards it moved witli (Jen. Hunter on his cam-
paign. At Piedmont, o:i the 5th of June, Ca|.t. Dun-
can's detachment, being in tlie advance, suddenly en-
countered the enemy. In the battle which followed
it advanced, dismounted, and carried an earthwork,
taking a number of prisoners, and afterwards receiv-
ing higli couimendation from the superior officers for
its gallantry in action.

Marching from Staunton on the 9th of June, the
forces reached Lexington on the 11th, and Buchanan
on the 13th. On the 10th the column moved to New



21S



HISTORY OF FAYETTE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.



London, on tlie Virginia and Tennessee Kailroad,
and thence towards tlie objective-point of the expe-
dition, Lynchburg. But the enemy was encountered
near the city, and during the succeeding night an en-
tire Confederate corps arrived from the Army of
Northern Virginia, wliich made it impracticable to
capture the place. Gen. Hunter then ordered a re-
treat, in wliich Schoonmaker's brigade, being then the
rear-guard, was attacked by the enemy at Liberty,
and sustained the assault alone for four hours, the
Fourteenth Regiment losing twenty-four killed and
wounded. It w.as again engaged north of Salem
with Roaser's cavalry, losingeight killed and wounded.
Finally, after an excessively toilsome march, and
being at one time five days without food, it reached
Parkersburg, and from there moved by rail to Mar-
tinsburg.

The enemy's forces under Early were now marching
down the valley to the invasion of Maryland. Aver-
ill's troops were again put in motion, and a battle took
place between tiiem and the rebel force at Winchester
(m tlie 2(»tli of July, the Fourteenth" being engaged
with some loss. On the 24th, Early's combined forces
attacked Averiil and Crook, and drove them to the
Potomac, which they crossed and retired to Hagers-
town. When the enemy, under Gen. McCausland,
was retiring from the destruction of Chambersburg,
Pa., he was overtaken by Avcrill's forces at Moorfleld,
W. Va., and a severe battle ensued, resulting in the
defeat of the enemy and the capture of several can-
non and a large number of prisoners. In this action
the Fourteenth, which had the right of the first line,
lost thirty-five killed and wounded. After this fight
the command returned to JLirtinsburg, and thence to
and across the Potomac, guanling tlic fords.

Dnriiig Sheridan's brilliant campaign in the Shen-
andoah Valley in the fall (if 18ii-i the Fourteenth
was active and freijueiitly engaged. In the action of
September 14lh it fought well, capturing an earthwork
and losing heavily. At Fisher's Hill it was again en-
gaged, but with light loss. On the 27th of September
it fought with a spirit and bravery which caused an
order to be issueil tliat the name of the battle (Weyer's
C.ive) be iiiserilied on its flag. It was again engaged
at Cedar Creek, Oet'ibei- linli, and did excellent ser-
vice on that ileld. *.>ii the L'4ili, in the Luray Valley,
it fought in a brisk eneimiitei', taking some prisoners,
and was again engaged with the fbrces of McCaus-
land at Front lioyal on tlie 12tli of November, losing
fifteen killed and wnuii<Ie.l. S,,;.n after this it went
into wiiiter-i|iiarters, hut was employed in constant
and arduous .Inty thnmgli the winter. The spring
cami>aign was opened on the 4tli c,t Ai.rll. 1SG5, when'
the regiment with its l)rigade iiK.ved up the valley,
but met no eheniy and returned to I'.erryville on the
(itli. Oeii. Lee's suireuder immediately after, virtu-
ally eiid.d III.' war, and ..n the 20th of April the regi-
ment «:is (.rdered tn A\'ashington, and remained there
for about six weeks, taking part in the grand reviews



of the armies of Grant, Sherman, and Sheridan
May. On the lltli of June it was ordered West, and
proceeded to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where it was
consolidated into six companies, the surplus officers
being mustered out. The men were mustered out
of the service at Fort Leavenworth on the 24th of
August, 1865, and returned in a body to Pittsburgh,
where they were discharged.



Ziidu.






23, lfC2; discliargod Jn
3,1602; must, out wilh coni-
3, 1602 ; discb. Feb



James L. Kelly, cai.l;iiri,

\mny .\iig. 24, l60."i.
Tliomus n. Ton euco, fli=t

10, 1S05.
Julin U. ISj-er.-, first lieutenant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802 ; pro. from sec

liouteiiant Feb U, 18U5; diecliarged Jnne 5, lSO.i.
J. D. Mcl.aiislilin, first lieutenant, must, in Xov. 23, 1SC2; must.

Aug. 24, 1605.
Thomas 1'. Walker, second lieutenant, must, in Sept. 6, 18C2 ; pro. from

quartermaster-sergeant Feb. 14, 1605; must, out with conipanj- .-Vug.

24, 1SU5.
William M. McSutt. first sergea

Willi company .\ug. 24, I80.j
William I'arkbill, first sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; discli. by 0. 0-

Jlay 26, 1603.
Josejib .\. llipple, fiist sergeant, must. In Nov. 23, 1862; pro. to conmral

April 1, 1804; to firet sergeant May 28, ISCo ; com. flret lieuten

June 0, 1SO.0; discb. by G. 0. July 31, 1865.
Benjamin K. To\vns:'Uil, quartermaster-sergeant, must, in Mareli

1804; com. second lieuleuant Jnue 0, 1805; must, out with conipi

An- 21, 160,5.
Henri r .- in ,i :. m i-ier-sergeaut, must, in Nov. 2:!, 1802 ; disch

Joliii I' I II II I -ant, must, in Feb. 23, 1804; must, out V

D. B. tiill. li.i-t, cm ■sergeaut, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; discli. by CO.
Jlay 26, 1603.

)V. 22, 1802; must, out with compan
iu March 15,'1S04; must, out with

Josepli i; I , M.ust. iu Nov. 25, 1802; must, out >

Jose|i:. M, . .. i , must, in Nov. 22, 1802; must, ont i

Benj.iiM. I II ^ - I -.ant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; disch. on sur.

Chaili. 1 I, -, I. .nil, must in Nov. 23, 1802; disch. by G.O. May

26, IM,.'..
H. R. Brenneman, sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1602: pro. to ailjutani

Jan. 27, 1603.
Jomitban C. Kniglit, sergeant, must, iu Nov. 23, 1602; disch. by G-. 0.

Jlay 2<, ISOo.
William II. Stricklcy, sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; disch. by G. 0.

Jlay 26, 1805.

u Nov. 23, 1602; disch. by G. 0. Jlay

1 Nov. 23, 1802; disch. by G. 0. JIaj
28, 1S03.
James N. Tjitem, sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; disch. by G. 0. U

John n. Fisher, sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1S02 ; not on muster-roll.



pauy Aug. -^i,
John JlcNary.ser

Aug. 24, 1805.
James .1. llankin,



James A. VJ^ilsou, sergeai

26, 1603."-
Joseph lleiwiek, sergear



Jesse II. JIcElhore, corporal, must, in
company Aug. 24, 1803; veteran.

.\le.v P. Wilson, corporal, nuist. iu JIarcl
pauy Aug. 24, 1805.

Kubeit J,.hu!ton, coiiKiial, must, iu Feb



LVitll



WAR OF THE REBELLION.



Jiinu-s W. Sli,iff..r, o.vporiil, must in Fob. 20, 1S04;


must.


out with


coin-


Joseph H. Cox, must, in Nov. 211, 1802.


liiinv Auk. 24, isr,.', ; vi-liTiiu.








Andrew Giise, must, in March 8, 1804.


Hcnrj F. Ku.snll, .■oiii.jril, must, iu March 3,1804


must


out «ilh


com-


Jasper B. Comstock, must, in Nov. 23, 1802.


luiny Aiii;. 24, LSC,.'..








James Co.ir.iy, must, iu Nov. 23, 1802.


>muL-l M. Iv.'um-il.v, corpoml, must, in Fub. 27,


1804;


must, out


with


JohnCoMii, i.iu-t. ill N..v,2:i. 1S02.


coml.un.v All- 24, 1805.








EliCra»f..i.l.n..i-l in N..v. 'Jll. 1802.


Benj imiu F. JUCivi-bt, corporal, must, in Feb. 4,


1804;


must, out


with


T. S. Cun.l../.l,.,..l. n..i-l 111 N.,v.23,lSC2.


couipuii.v Aui,-. 24, 1805.








Jamesr.,..k. ...,,-, in !■.■. jt, 1,«I13.


Josepb S. Fr.v, oMporiil, must, in Feb, 23, 1804 ; must, out


with compaoy


.lames Caihil. n ...n-i m \,.. J'., l-.i-'.


Aug. 24, I.m;:,; vctcriin.








J.ili.. CiilS .... \ I-. .,


Marcus JI. Purr, corporal, must, in Nov. 23, 1801


(liscb


by G.


May


W.n. F. n..-. 1 . 11.1


■.;(■,, 1,-G.-,.








Ebeliey..TT -, ....... ... \ .. ' l, 1-.12.


WilliiiM Smith, corponil, must, in Nov. 23, 1804

ji;, ISO.-,.


disci


. by G.


May


James iMi.:,. 11,11111-1, m N,.>.-1, 11,02.
Jeleniiah Hill. 11. 11111,1, in (it. 10,1802.


J..lih 1'. Dcwoody, corporal, must, in Nov. 23,1804

Ji.. isii.-,.


disci


. by G.


May


Christian Fiiilii.l, iiiu-l. in March 2«, 1804.
Jaiiirs A, K.liii.„..l- .i-t, ill N.iv, 23, 1S02.


.T, n,. 1.(1 ilmore, corporal, must, in Nov. 23, 1804


disci


. by G.


May


Williiuii Fii-.ll, ll.ll-t in X,.v, .Jll, isil.j.


Gr..,_. Ihiiscll, coirorol, must, iu Nov. 23, 1804


disci


by G.O


May


•""■■I " I'l.u...-, in.i-l, in A.ig. 0,1804.


J,-iali'c .-ii 1 ilk Irr, corporal, mu.st. in Nov. 21,1804; iVw


d at Gallipolis,


!■. Ml 111, .1.,. in. -1 ... ,M,.i.l, 2X, 1804.


iiliin, .hilv ., IsiU; burieil iu Nitioniil Ccm-tery, gn


ve 133.




1,.,, _ W ., ,. 1, ....... II. M,...-l, 7, 1S04.


Joliini:.-, o.ipniiil, must, iu Nov. 23, 1804 ; Ciipti


red and died at


EicI,.


Willi.... .1 .1 1. .......1-1, ill N,,v.23,1802.


„u,„.\. V;i. M.iicliS, 1804.








1 1 III' ■ii.i |. i„,i,-t, in Aug., 20, 1804.


WiJIiiiiill \Vlnt.Mnrpoml.must.iuNov.23,lS04;


billed


It Asliby'


Gap,


II , 1 . -1. ill Feb. 2.3,1804.
,1,1. must. inNov.2.3,lS02.


Joliii F. Ciiil.,.,, I.ugler.must. in Feb. 24,1804; must, out


with con


pany


^^|11|■,' 11.1 iii.l,iiinst. inNov. 23, 1802.


Am. 24, 1S0.">.








Sara.iL Gibson, must, iu Aug. 20, 1804.


IIu-li K. Morrison, l.liicli.5mi;h, nu.st.iuFcb.il,


804;


must. ,int


with


Ednaid Gunion, m..st.in May 5, 1804.


. " iny Aug. 24, 1805.








.\nthony Ilaney, must, in Nov.23, 1802.


Jnliii Wiillccr, bliicksmith, must, iu Jlurdi 28, lSi;4; i


nist. out


with


Fatrick Ilogan, must, i.i Dec. 27, 1803.


."Uipiiny .\ug. 24, 180-,.








Milton Ilcpler, must, in Feb. 23, 1304.


l;nl„.it M. Smitli, furrier, mual. iu Nov. 23, 1802
•-■s, I-G.j.


, disci


. by G.


May


W.G. IlefTelliiiger, must, iu Feb. 23, 1R04.
T.aniniit I). B, Ili'l, must, in Nov. 23, 1802.


Aulivw n. Davi.s, saJiller, must, in Nov. 23, 1802


disci


. by G.


May


:\|i, I,,..l IT.i.II, n.nst, in Nov. 23, 1802.


-.s, 1,S0.-..








.I,.|in 11., -..I... .1,-1, ill .Nov. 2i, 1802.


rrir.i(.s.








-. ..... Ili'l ii..i-;,iiiFeb.27,1804.


li:i.in'l ,r. Allen, mn<t. in Feb, 20, 1804.








|.,i.i.l 11 ...',, .111-1 in Aug. 17, 1804.


,: \ll.|„,ii„-, must, ill N.iv. J :. Isi;:!.








11, I,, 1 11,11. III. -1 in F.l., -Jl, l.S(;4.


\" H,, Ml- i-r, iiin-t 11. Miurl, J-, 1S04.








M.. 1. \ 1 M, -1 1 . ,11iircli 30,1804.


ii,.;i.,i i;. .Mini, iiiu-t. ill D'c. 21, isi;:;.








liniMl'li,,!/, lnu-l"'il,"v.v"jl.'lS02!'' ^


J.iliaAul, niii-t. ill F,l,. J'.i, l,Si;4.








.Ii.hnlrviii, must, ill 3Ialcli20, 1804.


Ji.li.i.S. .\iiltm,,ii, nr.-l, in F,-b. 24, 1S04.








Samuel H. I.i.el, must, in Nov. 23, IS02.


Geuigell"llicll,lnu-t in F,/l.. 23, 1804.








San.uel Johnston, must, in Feb. 20, 1.S04.


D.iviilC. li illi.ll, uii-t ill l-.l.. 23, 1S04.








Simeo.l Johnston, must, iu Nov. 23, 1802.


Alc.'i. IVill.-,,lii|., i,ri-i ill I'rl,, 21, iMil.








William .rohnston, must, in Feb. 20, 1804.


liin.li, 1!. 11 mil. U. 11,1-1, i 1 F.-b. 20, 1804.








John Ken-, must.... Nov. 23, 1802.


J„l,i, 11,, 1-, .1,11-1 ,1, 11. Ji, isi;4.

l.,li,.^ 11, .■ ., ,,.. 1 r, 1 ■'. J 1.1304.








,T,.Iin Keener, .ni.-t. in Feb. 23,1804.


II ... II. ,,,,,. , 11 , ,■', 28, 1804.








M ! . K. ...1-., in N.IV. 2.3, 1802.


II s „ 23,1802.








,1. K.. ■ 1 1-1 iiiN,iv.23, 1802.


A.,. 1, 11 1 .. , ■„ -1 1 . M .1 :, 2,^,1804.








ill ',,,. 1 \ Im.j, must, in Nov. 21, 1.S02.


A,i,.ii P,i.,i,.l, iiiii-t in M.iivh 20, 1304.








EliasS Liivall, mii-t, in l.-,-l,, -1, 1 siU.


Uiu. B ,l-iii,L,.L-r, niu»t. i i Feb. 24, 1804.








Georg,' F. Luther, nin-i in Mm, 1, 'J.:i. I,,i;4.


FranUliu Iti^hu.u, must, iu Feb. 22, 1804.








Lewis I.ovvry, must, in .Mm. 1. 1 1, Isiil,


Davi.l A. li.VLTs, must, in Nov. 2i, 1802.








Gaun Linton, must i'l F.l. J I, Isill


Abraliaiii 11. Uiit,-. must, in Nov. 2), 1802.








Thon.as Lowe, must, in Mm, 1, 1 ,. I,s..4,


J,jlin F. B .wier, mii-t. in Feb. 20, 1804.








lieuhe.iLane, inii-t. in \ ,i - l, im,j.


Anilrew BiTiy, iiiir^t. in Nov. 23, 1802.








Willia.n M. Lewis, nin-l, in N,.v, 2 l, ls02.


Christiini llliin, l„,l-t in M,ii..li211, ISOl.








Philip l.al.dis,.nnst, ill \.,v, '2 1,18112.


Andrew l'., ,1, i,i,-l in \,.v .li l-il2.








JacobI.aiit/.mnst. ill .-.■,,. :i, 11-02.


•losepb III, 11.1, ,11, l„i,.l 11. S ,v il, l-,ij.








Daniel Langhery, mu-t. i„ N,.v. 23, 1802.


George.' in l...|l. m i-i , m Mny 4. |.,1 l.








John A.l , iiii.-t, iiiO..|...':l, 1S02.


G,'..rg,. W 11 .,- ... , , ,■ \,.v.21, 1802.








Ti,,. -1 1, .1. 11. -1 ,..,,-1 ,.. M .. 1, J-., l-.ll.


.Inlin Hi.v ., . 1 . 1 - . J-., 1802.








'1 ....-,■:..,:, ,., . . 1' -, i-ii'..


Daviil 11 ,v . ... J3, 1802.








1 1 . ' 1 i ■ 1 . ■ 1 1 ■ . 1 ,


F.linr,,..!,-, ...ii-i 1 . - 11 lt,lSG2.








,1,.,., ' jv M, ■ ■ II, .,-1 |., 11 .. 1. ., l-,lt.


Williiuu li.in.liut, must, in M,irch23, 1S02.








D.i„i,-1 M, 111, 11, nin-l, n. N..' , J 1, I-.IJ


Tre.le.iclc liyers, must, iu Feb. 23, 1802.








Fredei-i,..k (' M..ll,i,i,... ,1,1.1 \,,v 2 1.1802.


. ,Iolin Bauer, must, in Nov. 2!, 1SC2.








WillianiMi. 111,.]-, i.in-t, in N..V 'Jl, l-ilj.


James linyce, uul-t. iu Aug. 2.\ 1804.








,Tohn I,. Menills, ln.i,l.i.i X, .v. .Jll. 1 -.!_'.


Peter Cr.nise, must, in Feb. 24, 1804.








Samuel Maxwell, m.,st. in Miucli 31, IS114.


James Cain, must, in Feb. 2!, 1SG4.








•lames Mille.-, must, in Nov. 23, isi;2.


,Iobn A. Cal.hvell, must, in March 29, 1804.








Emanuel Ma.tin, must, i.i Oct. 22, 1802.


Ge...vge W. Crit/.er, must, in Feb. 17,1804.








J,.hn Moore, must, in Sept 23, 1802.


Peter S. Carotlieis, must, iu Jan. 15, 1804.








lUcIiard Jtorrison, must, in Nov. 1, 1802.



HISTORY OF FAYETTE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.



Lranilcr Miller, li
Lewis A. Mutts, n
James McCausleu
Wm. H. Mcliitjif
.Toseiil. McGi-pgor,
Jumos >K-Curklf,
Joseph Mc-Diiiiifls
Kiiliert L. JkCii.i
Daniel N. i' ni i-i



Jituies Riluhip, in
Jacob lligf;lp, niu
Samuel Higgle, iii
Augustus Itaiil, it
■William II. It.-l.ili
■William TloLirisDi
Jo-'eiili Rubiiisou,
Juhn Rul>iii»>ii, u



• 11 Nov. ai, 1802,



il.iii Fib. 25,1SC4.
. ill Marcli U, 1804.
Bt. iliMaiclilS.lSli



ii;l'.v,



Jolili



G-. . 1






1


. isw.


V II 1






1


■, ISM.


All ^1


1, 1)1


1


M 1


21, 18C4.


All 1 1 bl


iff.l-


1 t


1 IVc


25, ISO.-!.


G r^eV <;


mill-


11


Dec 14 IS J


> kl 1


fIVr


1 t


I>


n 1


D 1^1


ran




1


1


11


. "11


t


M 1 1


1 t


^\lll n I


KlIII




1


1 1



Villiaiii 11, SlMll-i.i


ii;.sl,i„ iHi-. Ill, !«;:•..


^bralla.n P. S': .'lii.


■Mi-t, in Feb. 27,1804


Iugllll.S;„il.v.l.u


-1 11, .A.llg. 17, ISO-l.


Warn Swagger,, .ms


i„ v„l,, l,lM-4,


SicbaiJ Swagger, i„


-1 )ll Ki 1- 1, IM.l.


amue! Shook, m>iM


Ill Ml,;, 1, :;l, 1,-1.,!,


iicha.-.l Sl:,,.ku.„, u


1,-1 lll^,..^ 'MS,;-



IVtel- Wliil.
Stephen W I



DaviJ '
Samuel



I George II. Noi-tli, captain, must, in Kov. 3, 1802 ; pro. from quaitermas-
ti r March 3, 1805 ; di«ch. by 0. O. July 31, 1805.

Samuel D. Haxlett, captain, must, in Nov. 14, ltC2 ; must, out with com-
pany Aug. 24, 1805.

James Hamilton, liret lieut, must. In Nov. 21, 18C2 ; res. Feb. 22, 1S04.

James M. Huslead, first lienlenanf, must, in Nov. 21, 18C2j pro. from
second lieutenant July C, 1804; ros. March 31, 1805.

Albeit G, Hague, fiist li' uleiiaiit, must, in Nov. 21,1802; pro. from first
seic.iM I. -. I, I l; I, lei, imt July 7, 1804; to first lieutenant M.iy 20,



ill Nov, 21, 18C2; Jie.I Sejilcmbcr 2
ester, V.I., Sept, 10, 1SC4,



Ueniy Ii
John \\
Evan K



8, 1S02 ; mus
ept, ,10, 1SC2;



vith



George J. Jlillei, lir»t sergeant, must, in Nov. 2:i, 1802; disch. by G. 0.

May 30, 1803.
George J. Keener, first sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802 ; pro. to corporal

Aug. 20, 1S04; to lii-st sergeant iUy iU, 1805; discli. by G. 0. July

31, ISOS.
John W. Sliryock, quartermaster-sergeant, iiiuxt. in Fob. 29, 1804; pro,

from Corporal Aug. 15, 1805 ; must, out with company Aug. 24, 1805 ;

Benjamin K Robinson, quartemiaster-sergeaut, must, in Nov. 23, 1S02;

disch. by G. 0. May 30, 1805.
Eli H. Titns, quartermaster-sergeant, must, in March 3", 1804; disch. by

G. O.J line 13, 1805.
Alpheus \V. Swauey, quartorma-ster-sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802;

disch. by G. O. July 31, 1805.
Robert L. G.tlbreitli, quaiterinister-sergeant, must, in Feb. Ifi, 1804;

disch. by G. 0. Aug. 8, 1S05.
Ale.vauder English, coinmissary-sergeant, niii-t, in Xov. 14, 18C2, mu=t.

James M. Nubei-s, cuniniissaiy -sergeant, must, in Nov, 2.'>, 18G2; disch.

by G, 0. Jliiy 30, ISOo.
William T. Edward, sergeant, must, in Jan. 25, 1804 ; must, out with



ill Feb,



8,1804;



Waitmaii Davis, sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; com. second lieiitena

May 20, 1805; not mustered; di-cli. by C. O. Blay 30,J,>05.
Olho \V. Core, sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; discli. by G. 0. May T

1805.
Anderson L. Osborii, serge

May 30, 1805.
Andrew Core, sergeant, mu

1805.
■William Robinson, sergeant, must.



lUst, in Nov. 23, 1802; disch. by G. 0.

Nov. 23, 1802; disch. by G. 0. Slay 30,

Nov. 23, 1802; disch, by G, 0. May
3fl, 1805.

Jabe?. W. McCloy, sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; trans, to Co. D
July 11, 1805.

Frederick Elseiilager, sergeant, must, in Nov. 2 i, 1802; trans, to Co. D
July 11, 1SC5.

■William Abraham, sergeant, must, in Nov. 23, 1802; died at Baltimore,
Md., -\ug, 0, 16G4.

Johnston Matthews, corporal, must, in Feb. 25, 1804; must, out with
company Aug. 24, 1805; veteran.

Levi Campbell, corporal, must, in Feb. 27, 1804; must, out with com-
pany Aug. 24, 1805 ; veteran.

William V. Beanian, corporal, must, in Feb, 2,1804; must, out with com-
pany Aug. 24, 1805.

Amos Pfabc, coriionil, must, in Feb. 2, 1SG4; must, out with company
Aug. 24, 1805.

William B, .Mallliews, corporal, nui-t. in Feb. 25, 1804; must, out with



1802 ; pro. to corporal Aug. 15,
25, 1804 ; pro, to corporal .\ng.



WAR OF THE REBELLION.



David L. Wilson, corporal, must, in Feb. 27, 1864;


iro. to


corporal Aug.


John J. Conn, must, in Feb. 29, 1804.


15, ISCo ; must, out with company Aug. 24, 1865.








George W. Cover,


must, in Nov. 23, 1862.


Robert E, Pastorius, corporal, must, iu Nov


23,


1862; disch.


by G. 0.


George W. Crooks


must, in Sept. 13, 1864.


May 30, 18G5.












Samuel A. Conn, must, in Sept. 14, 1864.


William J. Stewart, corporal, must, in Noi


• 23,


1802; disch.


by G. 0.


Jacob Conn, must


in Sept. 19, 1864.


May 30, 1865.












Ellas Carey, must


i!i Sept. 13, 1864.


James M. Neil, corporal, must, in Nov. 23, 186


2; d


sch. b}


G.O


Ml


y 30,


Conrad Cramer, m


usf. in Sept. 2, 1864.


1866.












John Cain, must, in Nov. 2:i, 1862.


Henry M. H.iyden, corporal, must, in Nov. 23


1802


; disch


byG


.0.


May


Charles H. Comer


must, in Nov. 23,1862.


30, 1805.












John W. Crotts, must. in Sept. 8, 1864.


John C. Pastorius, corpoial, must, in Nov. 23,


1865


disch


byG


0.


May


Elijah Coleman, must, in Nov. 23, 1862.


30, 1805.












Daniel Casey, must, in April 7, 1864.


Benjau.in Lanntz, corporal, must, in Nov. 23,


1862


disch


byG





May


Archibald Clarke,


must, in Jan. 14, 1864.


30, 1865.












Robert R. Creeks,


must, in Feb. 5, 1864.


Barton S. Robinson, coi-poral, must, in Feb. 25, 1864


disch


by G.O. Aug.


John Deets, must


in March 28, 1864.


8, 18G5.












Henry Dean, mus


. in March 24, 1804.


Samuel H. Brown, corporal, must, in Nov. 23


1862


trans


to Co


.D


July


Jonathan Dunlap


must, in March 24, 1864.


H, 1.S05.












OlhoDarr, must.


n Nov. 23, 1862.


Ueorije W. Arrison, corporal, must, in Nov.23


1862


; trans


to Co. D July


Joseph E. Delline


, must, in Nov. 23, 1862,


11, 1865.












John F. Darren, must, in Nov. 23, 1862.


Jam. a J. Gruver, corporal, must, in Nov. 23,


1862


trans


toCr


.DJuly


James W. Dougherty, must, in Nov. 23, 1862.


11, 1865.












W. C. Degmond, must, in Nov. 23, 1862.


Joseph C. Curry, corporal, must, in March 29


1864










Samuel E. Davis,


Bust, in Sept. 12, 1862.


Isaac H. Hall, bugler, must, in March 29, 18G4 ;


lUSt.


ut w


th


corn-


Lewis Davis, mus


in Sept. 13, 1864.


pany Aug. 24, 1864.












Samuel C. Dunba


, must, in Sept. 13, 1864.


Frank M. Smith, corporal, must. ii. Feb. 27, 1864 ;


must.


ut w


th


corn-


Robert Dinsmore,


must, in Sept. 3, 1864.


pany Aug. 24, 1865.












John A. Dehaven,


must, in March 25, 1864.


Robert Porter, blacksmith, must, in Nov. 14,


1862;


must.


out w


ith


com-


F. H. Duncan, mu


3t. in March 31, 1864.


pany Aug. 24, 1865.












David Dore, must


in Jan. 18. 1864.


John M. Brown, farrier, must, in Nov. 14, 186


; mu


St. out with


on


pany


Alouzo A. Everly


must, in Nov. 23, 1862.


Auk. 24, 1865.












Michael Emerie, i


nnst. in Sept. 19, 1864.


X:,lha„ L. Walters, farrier, must, in Nov. 14,


1802;


must.


out w


ith


com-


William Epley, must, in April 6, 1864.


liaoy Aug. 24, 1865.












William Erle,v,m


ist. in Nov. 23, 1802.


■K.iii.s A. Pratt, farrier, must, in Nov. 23, 1862; disch. by G.


May 30,


Benjamin Fogg, must, in March 25, 1864.


isi;,-..












Henry C. Fowler,


must, in Sept. 19, 1864.


Jonatlian Grinder, siiddler, must, iu June 23,


1864


must.


out w


ith


com-


Jasper C. Fox, mu


St. iu March 25, 1864.


pany Aug. 24, 1865.












Amos M. Frock, must, in March 16, 1804.


Alljert .Sheets, saddler, must, in June 23, 1864; disch. by G.


Ju


neg,


Jacob Farr, must.


in Nov. 23, 1S64.


1805.












John W. Gillen, must, in Feb. a5, 1864.


Privates.












JohnC. Green, mi


St. iuFeb. 29,1864.














Ashbel F. Green, must, in March 9, 1864.


Samuel Aitist, must, in Feb. 26, 1864.












Lewis Gaskell, must, iu Nov. 23, 1862.


Geoi ge W. Artist, must, in Feb. 26, 1864.












David Garrison, m


ust. in Nov. 23, 1862.


James H. Acklin, n.ust. in Feb. 27, 1864.












George Garrison, must in April 27, 1864.


Charles Allen, must, iu Aug. 31, 1804.












Charles Galbraith


must, in March 24, 1864.


Joseph Aston, must, in Sept. 22, 1864.












Matthew N. Gree


, must, in Feb. 20, 1864.


Elijah Artist, must, iu Sept. 16, 1864.












Joseph W. Green,


must, in Nov. 23, 1862.


Oliver Abel, must, in April 13, 1804.












Moreland Gribble


must, in Feb. 29, 1864.



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