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tenant, 45th Infantry; transferred to Com-
pany A, this regiment, June 30, 1865 ;
mustered out with company, October i,
1865, at Nashville, Tenn. ; commissioned
in 45th Infantry.

VOGEL, GEORGE, age 40 years ; enrolled
at New York city to serve three years,
and mustered in as First Sergeant, Com-
pany A, Morgan Rifles (subsequently
Company A, this regiment), August 26,
1861 ; mustered in as First Lieutenant,
April 2, 1863 ; discharged for disability,
May 15, 1865 ; commissioned First Lieu-
tenant, May 30, 1863, with rank from
April 2, 1863, vice C. Worms, discharged.

VON LELEIVA, CARL, age 35 years; en-
rolled April 19, 1864, at New York city
to serve three years ; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company C, May 12, 1864 ; mus-
tered out, June 30, 1865 ; commissioned
Captain, March 23, 1864, with rank from
March 19, 1864, vice F. Braun, killed in
action.

VON RADEN, CARL, age 24 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany C, U. S. Rifles (subsequently Com-
pany I, this regiment), October 31, 1861 ;



promoted Corporal, September I, 1862;
Sergeant, May 2, 1863 ; First Sergeant,
September 17, 1863 ; transferred to Com-
pany F, no date ; re-enlisted as a veteran,
January i, 1864; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company B, May i, 1864;
mustered out with company, October I,
1865, at Nashville, Tenn. ; commissioned
First Lieutenant, March 23, 1864, with
rank from March 19, 1864, vice H. Herlt,
discharged.

VON ROSENBERG, ALBERT, late First
Lieutenant, 2gth Infantry ; mustered in as
Captain, Company A, this regiment, No-
vember i, 1863; died, of consumption,
May 3, 1864, at New York city; commis-
sioned Captain, October 8, 1863, with rank
from October 9, 1863, vice H. Baecht, dis-
charged.

WANNAMACHER, CHARLES, age 18
years ; enrolled at Brooklyn to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany E, May 12, 1864; mustered out with
company, October i, 1865, at Nashville,
Tenn. ; commissioned, not mustered, First
Lieutenant, June I, 1864, with rank of
same date, vice R. Meyer, dismissed.

WARBERG, ADOLPH C. ; commissioned,
not mustered, Major, June 26, 1863, with
rank from June 25, 1863, vice G. N. Har-
vey, discharged; see goth Infantry.

WEBER, CARL, First Lieutenant, Morgan
Rifles ; accepted October I, 1861 ; dis-
charged, October 19, 1861, by consolida-
tion with s8th Infantry ; not commis-
sioned.

WELLNER, WILLIAM, age 31 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Sergeant, Com-
pany B, U. S. Rifles (subsequently Com-
pany H, this regiment), August 28, 1861 ;
re-enlisted as a veteran, January i, 1864;
returned to grade of Corporal, April 20,
1865 ; promoted Sergeant, July i, 1865 ;
mustered out with company, October i,
1865, at Nashville, Tenn. ; commissioned,
not mustered, Second Lieutenant, July 26,
1865, with rank from June I, 1865, vice
Franz Schaurig, discharged.

WERNER, FRIEDRICH, age 27 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany C, Morgan Rifles (subsequently
Company C, this regiment), October 4,
1861 ; promoted Sergeant, no date; cap-
tured in action, October 31, 1862, at Ma-



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



nassas Junction, Va. ; paroled, no date;
promoted First Sergeant, March i, 1863 ;
mustered in as First Lieutenant, October
21, 1863 ; transferred to Company G, June
25, 1864; mustered in as Captain, Novem-
ber 13, 1864; mustered out with company,
October i, 1865, at Nashville, Tenn. ; com-
missioned First Lieutenant, October 8,

1863, with rank from July 20, 1863, vice
A. Schmager, promoted ; Captain, Septem-
ber 16, 1864, with rank from March 20,

1864, vice M. Esembraux, promoted.
WITTSTEIN, FRANZ, age 27 years; en-
rolled at Foster's Meadow to serve three
years, and mustered in as Corporal, Com-
pany A, U. S. Rifles (subsequently Com-
pany G, this regiment), September 7, 1861 ;
promoted Sergeant, November n, 1861 ;
First Sergeant, no date ; Commissary-Ser-
geant, September I, 1862; re-enlisted as a
veteran, January i, 1864; mustered in as
First Lieutenant, Company I, November
13, 1864; mustered out, June 30, 1865, at
Nashville, Tenn. ; commissioned First
Lieutenant, September 16, 1864, with rank
from June 2, 1864, vice F. Werner, pro-
moted.

WOLFARTH, HERMAN, age 25 years;
enrolled October 19, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years ; mustered in as
Second Lieutenant, Company C, Morgan
Rifles (subsequently Company C, this
regiment), November 7, 1861 ; discharged,
May 15, 1862, at Franklin, Va. ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, December 21,



1861, with rank from November 7, 1861,
original.

WORMS, CHARLES, age 37 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Commissary-
Sergeant, U. S. Rifles (subsequently part
of this regiment), October 7, 1861 ; mus-
tered :n as Second Lieutenant, Company
H, January 24, 1862; as First Lieutenant,
Company K, May 26, 1862; appointed Cap-
tain and Assistant Quartermaster, U. S.
Volunteers, February 19, 1863 ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, February 28,

1862, with rank from January 24, 1862,
vice W. Koch, discharged ; First Lieuten-
ant, August 30, 1862, with rank from May
26, 1862, vice A. Basch, discharged.

WURTEMBERG, CAESAR, age 24 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as First Lieuten-
ant, Company C, U. S. Rifles (subse-
quently Company I, this regiment), Octo-
ber 10, 1861 ; discharged, December n,
1861, at Hunter's Chapel, Va. ; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, December 21,
1861, with rank from October 10, 1861,
original.

ZYLA, ANTHONY P., late First Lieuten-
ant, 3Qth Infantry; mustered in as Chap-
lain, this regiment, November 9, 1863 ;
died, of chronic diarrhoea, April 5, 1865,
in Officers' U. S. Hospital, Nashville,
Tenn. ; commissioned Chaplain, November
9, 1863, with rank from October 22, 1863,
vice F. Herzberger, discharged.



FIFTY-NINTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).

Union Guards.

The State authorities organized this regiment October 19, 1861, at East New York,
by the consolidation of organizations being recruited originally under authority from the
War Department, namely . the U. S. Vanguard, recruited by Col. \Vm. L. Tidball, under
authority dated July 24, 1861 ; the President's Life Guard, by Col. R. D. Goodwin, the
U. S. Volunteers, by Col. Wm. Northedge, the Union Guard, by Col. P. J. Joachimsen,
tinder authorities dated July 22, 25 and 26, 1861, respectively; New York's or Ming's Own,
Col. Alex. Ming; Cameron Highlanders and Kossuth Guards, and Cameron Legion or
Rifles or Sarsfield Rifles, by Col. C. A. Dunham ; all incomplete. The Union Guard and
U. S. Vanguard united first and formed Companies B, C, D, E, F, G and H ; the Presi-
dent's Life Guard formed Company A ; New York's Own and the Cameron Highlanders
Company I, and the Sarsfield Rifles Company K. William L. Tidball was appointed
Colonel of the new organization, and the latter was mustered in the service of the United
States for three years between August 2 and October 30, 1861. June 25, 1863, it was
consolidated into a battalion of four companies, A, B, C and D, the men of Companies
G and K being transferred to Company A ; those of E and H forming Company B ; those
of B and D being transferred to Company C ; and those of F and I forming Company D.
July 4, 1864, the enlisted men of the 82d Infantry, not mustered out with their regiment,



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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were transferred to this, forming Companies E, F, G, H and I, and about the same time
Company K was reformed of recruits. At the expiration of its term of service, those
entitled thereto were discharged and the regiment retained in service.

The companies were recruited principally: A, C, D, E, F and K in New York city;
B in New York city, Lewis, Jefferson and Kings counties ; G in New York city and Lewis
county; H in Ohio, and I in New York city and Ohio; a few of the men were recruited
in the counties of Putnam and Westchester.

The regiment left the State November 23, 1861 ; it served in General Wadsworth's
command at and near Washington, D. C., from November, 1861 ; in 2d Brigade, Casey's
Division, 4th Corps, Army of the Potomac, from January, 1862 ; at Fort Pennsylvania,
Military Distrfct of Washington, D. C., from March 18 1862; in Sturgis' Brigade, Military
District of Washington, from May, 1862; in 4th Brigade, Sigel's Division, Department
Shenandoah, from May, 1862; in 3d Brigade, 2d Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac,
from July, 1862; in ist Brigade, 2d Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac, from March,
1864; and it was honorably discharged and mustered out, under Col. Wm. A. Olmsted,
June 30, 1865, at Munson's Hill, Va.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 5 officers, 79 enlisted
men ; of wounds received in action, 9 officers, 48 enlisted men ; of disease and other causes,
i officer and 130 enlisted men; total, 15 officers, 257 enlisted men; aggregate, 272, of
whom i officer and 64 enlisted men died in the hands of the enemy; and it took part in
the following engagements, etc. :



PLACE.


Date.


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Missing.


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men.


Malvprn Hill Va


1862.
Aug. 5
Sept. 17
Oct. 16-17
Dec. 11-15
1863.
May 3-4
June 24-25
July 1-3
Oct. 14
14
15
Nov. 26-
Dec. 2
Nov. 27
1864.
May s-7
8-21

10
I 2

18
22-26
27-31
June i- i 2

June 15-
April 2,
1865
June 15-19
21-23
July 27-29
Aug. 14-18
25
Oct. 27-28
1865.
Feb. 5-7
Mar. 2 5
Mar. 28-
April 9
Mar. 29-31
April 2
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6


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4


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224






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Assault of Petersburg Va


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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.

WILLIAM LINN TIDBALL, from Octo-
ber 23, 1861, to January 8, 1863.

WILLIAM NORTHEDGE, from January
9, to July 7, 1863.

WILLIAM A. OLMSTED, from September
26, 1864, to June 30, 1865.

Lieutenant-Colonels.
PHILIP J. JOACHIMSEN, from October

8, 1861, to February 26, 1862.
JOHN L. STETSON, from March 21 to

September 17, 1862.
WILLIAM NORTHEDGE, from January

3 to January 9, 1863.
MAX A. THOMAN, from January 9 to

July n, 1863.

WILLIAM LINN TIDBALL, from Octo-
ber 25 to November 19, 1863.
HORACE P. RUGG, from November 20,

1863, to November 17, 1864.
JAMES A. JEWELL, from January 9 to

June 30, 1865.

Majors.

WILLIAM NORTHEDGE, from October

23, 1861, to January 3, 1863.
MAX A. THOMAN, from January 3 to

January 9, 1863.
JAMES HART PURDY, from January 9

to June 5, 1863.
WILLIAM McFADDEN, from September

1 6, 1864, to January 12, 1865.
WILLIAM T. SIMMS, from April 18 to

June 30, 1865.

Adjutants.

NOAH L. JEFFRIES, from October 14,
1861, to April 18, 1862.

WILLIAM LYNE, from March 28 to May
i, 1862.

HORACE P. RUGG, from April 19 to Sep-
tember 17, 1862.

GEORGE H. CRAWFORD, from Septem-
ber 21, 1862, to May 28, 1863.

WILLIAM H. POHLMAN, from May 28
to July 21, 1863.

WILLIAM LUDGATE, from July 11, 1864,
to January 4, 1865.

GEORGE MATTHEWS, from January 5
to June 30, 1865.

Quartermasters.

NELSON PLATO, from October 10, 1861,
to July 20, 1862.



ZAN LIXN TIDBALL, from July 21, 1862,

to April 26, 1864.
AUGUSTUS HUBBELL, from April 27,

1864, to March i, 1865.

Surgeons.
JOSEPH P. COLGAN, from August 14,

1861, to June 12, 1863.
JOHN T. MYERS, from July 19, 1863, to

July 3, 1864.
S. HIRAM PLUMB, from July 10, 1864, to

June 30, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.
STEPHEN P. UHLEIN, from October 17,

1861, to April 9, 1862.

WILLIAM J. BURR, from May 20, 1862,

to June 13, 1863.
HENRY C. DUANE, from September 19,

1862, to July 9, 1863.

GEORGE T. DOUGHERTY, from July 9

to August 19, 1863.
JAMES W. HUGHES, from September 4,

1863, to April 14, 1865.

WILLIAM J. DARBY, from July 10, 1864,
to June 30, 1865.

Chaplains.
JOSEPH SCUDDER, from November 13,

1 86 1, to November 6, 1862.
ALANSON TILDEN, from April 14 to

June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:
CHARLES H. WHITNEY, from August

2, 1861, to September 17, 1862.
HORACE P. RUGG, from September 17,

1862, to November 20, 1863.
GEORGE H. CRAWFORD, from Decem-
ber 20, 1865, to July 23, 1864,

SEVERI VENTURI, from March 9 to June
30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
MARTIN D. LANDY, from August 2, 1861,

to May 6. 1862.
SHERMAN N. ASPINWALL, from May

6, 1862, to March 4, 1863.
GEORGE H. CRAWFORD, from May 28

to December 20, 1863.
JACOB W. CLARK, from February 16 to

September 10, 1864.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



2521



Second Lieutenants:

SHERMAN N. ASPINWALL, from Au-
gust 2, 1861, to May 6, 1862.

THOMAS KIRK, from May 6 to Novem-
ber i, 1862.

GEORGE H. CRAWFORD, from Septem-
ber 19 to September 21, 1862.

AUGUSTUS HUBBELL, from June 25
to December 21, 1863.

EUGENE M. WRIGHT, from January 14
to May 12, 1864.

SEVERI VENTURI, from June 20, 1864,
to February 23, 1865.

WILLIAM BELL, from July 29 to August
9, 1864.

JAMES L. THOMPSON, from September
16, 1864, to June 28, 1865.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:

PHILIP W. SMITH, from August 9, 1861,
to May 9, 1862.

MILO E. GIFFORD, from May 9 to No-
vember 12, l862.

WILLIAM McFADDEN, from June 25,
1863, to September 16, 1864.

EMIL A. DAPPER, from February 22 to
June 22, 1865.

JAMES L. THOMPSON, from June 28 to
June 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

MILO E. GIFFORD, from August 9, 1861,
to May 9, 1862.

ALFRED A. MYRICK, from May 9 to Oc-
tober n, 1862.

AMBROSE F. COLE, from October 11,

1862, to June 25, 1865.

HENRY N. HAMILTON, from October 26,

1863, to April 28, 1865.

HENRY C. PLUMB, from April 29 to June
30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JEROME B. TAFT, from August 9 to Oc-
tober 30, 1861.

ALFRED A. MYRICK, from October 30,
1861, to May 9, 1862.

AMBROSE F. COLE, from May 9 to Oc-
tober n, 1862.

CHARLES E. HUNT, from February 27 to
August 18, 1863.

HENRY N. HAMILTON, from June 23 to
October 26, 1863.



ALBERT BRANDT, from June 30, 1864, to



JOHN B. WARNER, from December i to
December 23, 1864.

OF COMPANY C.

Captains:

MAX A. THOMAN, from October 8, 1861,

to January 3, 1863.
CHARLES WOLFF, from November 7,

1862, to July 28, 1863.

AMBROSE F. COLE, from September 16,

1863, to March 24, 1865.

JACOB W. CLARK, from September 10,

1864, to June 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

PETER OSTWALD, from September 18 to
November 21, 1861.

WILLIAM V. BRANDT, from December
4, 1861, to October 18, 1862.

THOMAS KIRK, from November i, 1862,
to March 4, 1863.

AMBROSE F. COLE, from June 25 to Sep-
tember 16, 1863.

CHARLES E. HUNT, from September 16,

1863, to September 28, 1864.

EMIL A. DAPPER, from October 22, 1864,

to February 22, 1865.
JOHN B. WARNER, from December 23,

1864, to June 22, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
CHARLES WOLFF, from September 18,

1861, to November 7, 1862.

JACOB SCHNEIDER, from November /,

1862, to August 14, 1863.

CHARLES E. HUNT, from August 18 to

September 16, 1863.
WILLIAM KELLEY, from April 19 to June

20, 1864.
EMIL A. DAPPER, from July 4 to October

22. 1864.
MICHAEL CREGAN, from January 18 to

June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY D.
Captains:

JOSEPH H. STINER, from September 18,

1861, to March 31, 1862.
EDWARD REYNOLDS, from May i to

December 24, 1862.
JAMES H. BIRDSALL, from June - - to

Tune 3. 1863.
WILLIAM D. PAULDING, from October

22 to December 20, 1863.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



EDWIN F. RICHARDS, from January 22

to November 2, 1864.
WILLIAM T. SIMMS, from January 22 to

April 1 8, 1865.
AUGUSTUS HUBBELL, from March i to

April 16, 1865.
FLORENCE L. McCARTHY, from March

24 to June 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
EDWARD REYNOLDS, from September

18, 1861, to May i, 1862.
BERTHOLD H. HEITMAN, from June 12,

1862, to March 12, 1863.

HOWARD V. TOMPKINS, from ,

to June 21, 1863.
EDWIN F. RICHARDS, from June 25,

1863, to January 22, 1864.
AUGUSTUS HUBBELL, from December

21, 1863, to April 27, 1864.

WILLIAM KELLEY, from June 20 to Oc-
tober 22, 1864.

FLORENCE L. McCARTHY, from Jan-
uary 3 to March 24, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
ADOLPH UNGER, from September 18 to

December 24, 1861.
WILLIAM VERNON KING, from May

7 to October 11, 1862.
AUGUSTUS HUBBELL, from October n,

1862, to June 25, 1863.
EUGENE M. WRIGHT, from March i to

June 24, 1863.
GEORGE G. JOHNSON, from June 25 to

June 30, 1863.
RICHARD DELLAMERE, from June 25

to July 17, 1863.

JACOB W. CLARK, February 16, 1864.
ANDREW T. TOMPKINS, from March

11, 1864, to May 15, 1865.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:
JEROME B. TAFT, from October 30, 1861,

to April 16, 1862.
WILLIAM LYNE, from May i, 1862, to

February 10, 1863.

THOMAS HUGGINS, from November 24,
1864, to June 22, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

HORACE P. RUGG, from October 12, 1861,
to April 19, 1862.



STEPHEN C. ROOSA, from March 28 to
September 20, 1862.

THOMAS HUGGINS, from July 10 to No-
vember 24, 1864.

GEORGE MATTHEWS, from October 22,
1864, to January 5, 1865.

SEVERI VENTURI, from February 23 to
March 9, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
STEPHEN C. ROOSA, from October 12,

1861, to March 28, 1862.
BENJAMIN V. VAN STEINBERG, from

June 12 to September 22, 1862.
HENRY N. HAMILTON, from October 6,

1862, to June 23, 1863.

GEORGE MATTHEWS, from October 9 to

October 22, 1864.
THOMAS KELLEY, from December 23,

1864, to June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY F.
Captains:

THOMAS MITCHELL TYNG, from No-
vember 26 to December 31, 1861.

EDWARD H. WADE, from February 17 to
October 5, 1862.

JAMES HART PURDY, from September
19, 1862, to January 9, 1863.

PHILIP J. DOWNEY, from July 10 to
October 22, 1864.

JAMES ROSS, from October 23, 1864, to
June 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

WILLIAM V. BRANDT, from October 5
to December 4, 1861.

JAMES HART PURDY, from October 12,
1861, to September 19, 1862.

HOWARD V. TOMPKINS, from Novem-
ber i, 1862, to .

WILLIAM McKEE, July, 1864.

HENRY RUSSELL, from January 11 to
June 22, 1865.

WILLIAM A. STRIPLING, from June 22
to June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
BERTHOLD H. HEITMAN, from October

12, 1861, to June 12, 1862.
HOWARD V. TOMPKINS, from May 12

to November i, 1862.
HENRY TOTTEN, from September 17,

1862, to May IT, 1863.
JAMES ROSS, December 22, 1864.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



2 5 2 3



WILLIAM A. STRIPLING, from February
22 to June 22, 1865.

OF COMPANY G.
Captains:
GOULD J. JENNINGS, from November 4,

1861, to October 25, 1862.
BENJAMIN W. VANDERPOOL, from

February 18 to May 28, 1863.
GEORGE W. RYERSON, from July 10 to

October 30, 1864.
HENRY SHERMAN TAINTOR, from

September 16, 1864, to April 26, 1865.
WILLIAM LUDGATE, from January 4 to

June 22, 1865.
HENRY RUSSELL, from June 22 to June

30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
BENJAMIN W. VANDERPOOL, from

November 20, 1861, to February 18, 1863.
HENRY SHERMAN TAINTOR, from

July 10 to September 16, 1864.
CHARLES H. BIGLEY, from September

17, 1864, to June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
HANNIBAL SEYMOUR, from October 28,

1861, to December n, 1862.
RICHARD DELLAMERE, from November

i, 1862, to June 25, 1863.

JAMES A. FENTON, from July 10 to Sep-
tember 19, 1864.

HENRY RUSSELL, from December 22,
1864, to January II, 1865.

HENRY C. PLUMB, from March 6 to April
29, 1865.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:

MILLER MOODY, from September I, 1861,

to November 7, 1862.
WILLIAM McFADDEN, from October 26,

1862, to June 21, 1863.
CORNELIUS MURPHY, from July 10 to

October 22, 1864.

FRANCIS F. REYNOLDS, from November
4, 1864, to June 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
WILLIAM LYNE, from October 12, 1861,

to March 28, 1862.
WILLIAM McFADDEN, from April 16 to

October 26, 1862.



FRANCIS F. REYNOLDS, November 4,

1864-
JOSEPH CHALLENDER, from January

19 to June 12, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
WILLIAM McFADDEN, from October 21,

1 86 1, to April 16, -1862.
WILLIAM H. SMURR, from April 16 to

September 17, 1862.
WILSON S. LAFFERTY, from September

19, 1862, to January 31, 1863.
WILLIAM H. POHLMAN, from October

19, 1862, to May 28, 1863.
JOSEPH CHALLENDER, from January 4

to January TO. 1865.
CHARLES H. MALLOY, from January

18 to June 22, 1865.

OF COMPANY I.
Captains:
JAMES L. PAULDING, from December 27,

1861, to May 2, 1862.

ADAM W. MATTICE, from May 3 to Oc-
tober n, 1862.
JAMES H. BIRDSALL, from October n,

1862, to June , 1863.

ANDREW HARRY EMBLER, from July
10, 1864, to March 31, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
ADAM W. MATTICE, from December 5,

1861, to May 3, 1862.

JAMES H. BIRDSALL, from May 3 to

October n, 1862.
EDWIN F. RICHARDS, from October 11,

1862, to June 25, 1863.

WILLIAM T. SIMMS, from July 10, 1864,

to January 22, 1865.
JOHN P. KELLY, from January 18 to May

12, 1865.

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JAMES H. BIRDSALL, from January 2 to

May 3, 1862.
ZAN LINN TIDBALL, from May 3 to July

21, 1862.
EDWIN F. RICHARDS, from July 20 to

October n, 1862.
GEORGE G. JOHNSON, from October 11,

1862, to June 25, 1863.
CHARLES H. BIGLEY, from July 10 to

September 17, 1864.
JOHN P. KELLY, from December 22, 1864,

to January 18, 1865.



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Record of the Officers.

ASPIXWALL, SHERMAN X., age 29
years; enrolled June 13. 1861, at New
York city to serve three years- orasten 1
in as Second Lieutenant, Company A, Au-
gust 2, 1861 ; as First Lieutenant, May 6,
1862 ; discharged, March 4, : : oniiuis-

sioned Second Lieutenant. December 24,
1861, with rank from Augus: - : :, orig-
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rank from May 6, 1862, vice Martin D.
Landy, dismissed : Captain, not mustered,
December _j . : r . rank from Octo-

ber 19, 1862. vice A. Florentine, Jr., died,
of wounds received in action.

BABCOCK, ERI D., age 31 years: enrolled



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