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1864; as Captain, Company B, June 28,
1865; mustered out with company, June
30, 1865, at Munson's Hill, Va. ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, September 16,

1864, with rank from June 30, 1864, orig-
inal ; Captain, July 24, 1865, with rank
from June 22, 1865, vice A. Hubbell, dis-
charged.

TIDBALL, WILLIAM LINN, age 40
years; enrolled April 20, 1861, to
New York city to serve three years; mus-
tered in as Colonel, October 23, 1861 ; dis-
charged, January 8, 1863 ; again enrolled
August i, 1863, and mustered in as Lieu-
tenant-Colonel, October 25, 1863 ; dis-
charged, November 19, 1863; subsequent
service in Veteran Reserve Corps; com-
missioned Colonel, December 24, 1861,
with rank from October 23, 1861, original;
Colonel, not mustered, August 7, 1863,
with rank from August I, 1863, vice W.
Northedge, dismissed ; Lieutenant-Colonel,
October 6, 1863, with rank from August I,
1863, vice M. A. Thoman, died, of wounds
received in action.

TIDBALL, ZAN LINN, age 23 years; en-
rolled at Fort Good Hope, D. C., to serve
three years, and mustered in as Private,
Company H, February I, 1862; promoted
Quartermaster-Sergeant, no date ; mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, Company
I, May 3, 1862 ; as First Lieutenant and
Quartermaster, July 21, 1862; discharged,
April 26, 1864; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, May 19, 1862, with rank from
May 2, 1862, vice J. H. Birdsall, pro-
moted ; First Lieutenant and Quartermas-
ter, August 30, 1862, with rank from July
20, 1862, vice Nelson Plato, resigned.

TILDEN, ALANSON, age 36 years; en-
rolled March 23, 1865, at Albany to serve
three years ; mustered in as Chaplain,
April 14, 1865 ; mustered out with regi-
ment, June 30, 1865, at Munson's Hill,
Va. ; commissioned Chaplain, March 23,

1865, with rank of same date, original.



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TOMPKINS, ANDREW T., age 23 years;
enrolled February 27, 1864, at Brooklyn to
serve three years ; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, Company D, March n, 1864;
captured in action, June 22, 1864, near
Petersburg, Va. ; paroled, no date ; mus-
tered in as First Lieutenant, Company K,
May 15, 1865 ; mustered out with com-
pany, June 30, 1865, at Munson's Hill,
Va. ; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
February 17, 1864, with rank of same
date, vice A. Hubbell, promoted ; First
Lieutenant, November 21, 1864, with rank
from October 22, 1864, vice W. T. Simms,
promoted ; Captain, not mustered, June 30,
1865, with rank from June 22, 1865, vice
E. A. Dapper, resigned.

TOMPKINS, HOWARD V., age 28 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Quartermaster-
Sergeant, October 3, 1861 ; as Second
Lieutenant, Company F, May 12, 1862; as
First Lieutenant, November I, 1862 ; trans-
ferred to Company D, no date ; discharged
for disability, June 21, 1863; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, May 13, 1862, w'ith
rank from March 31, 1862, vice B. H.
Heitman, promoted ; First Lieutenant, No-
vember 17, 1862, with rank from October
6, 1862, vice D. Townsend, promoted.

TOTTEN, HENRY, age 21 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany F, October 2, 1861 ; promoted Ser-
geant, same date ; returned to ranks, De-
cember 4, 1861 ; promoted First Sergeant,
January i, 1862 ; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, September 17, 1862 ; discharged
for disability, May n, 1863; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, November 17, 1862,
with rank from September 17, 1862, vice
W. H. Smurr, killed in action.

TOWNSEND, DANIEL, age 41 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company K, August i, 1861 ; as
First Lieutenant, September 13, 1861 ; as
Captain, October 6, 1862; discharged,
March 14, 1863 ; not commissioned Second
Lieutenant ; commissioned First Lieuten-
ant, January 7, 1862, with rank from De-
cember 7, 1861, original ; Captain, No-
vember 17, 1862, with rank from October
6, 1862, vice E. H. Wade, died, of wounds
received in action.



TYNG, THOMAS MITCHELL, reported
as Captain, Company F, November 26,
1861 ; rendered no service; dropped, De-
cember 31, 1861 ; not commissioned.

UHLEIN, STEPHEN P., age 37 years;
enrolled October 14, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years ; mustered in as
Assistant Surgeon, October 17, 1861 ; dis-
charged, April 9, 1862; commissioned
Assistant Surgeon, January 7, 1862, with
rank from October 19, 1861, original.

UNGER, ADOLPH, age 28 years; enrolled
August 7, 1861, at New York city to serve
three years ; mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company D, September 18, 1861 ;
discharged, December 24, 1861 ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, December 24,
1861, with rank from September 18, 1861,
original.

VANDERPOOL, BENJAMIN W., age 23
years ; enrolled October 3, 1861, at New
York city to serve three years; mustered
in as First Lieutenant, Company G, No-
vember 20, 1861 ; as Captain, February 18,
1863; discharged for disability, May 28,
1863; subsequent service in 4th Artillery;
commissioned First Lieutenant, February
19, 1862, with rank from December 21,

1861, original; Captain, February 18, 1863,
with rank from November 12, 1862, vice
M. E. Gifford, resigned.

VAN STEINBERG, BENJAMIN V., age
24 years; enrolled August 23, 1861, at
Kingston to serve three years; mustered
in as First Sergeant, Company E, August
26, 1861 ; as Second Lieutenant, June 12,
1862; wounded in action, September 17,

1862, at Antietam, Md. ; died, of his
wounds, September 22, 1862 ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, June 14, 1862,
with rank from March 28, 1862, vice S.
C. Roosa, promoted.

VENTURI, SEVERI, age 24 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany D, September 26, 1861 ; promoted
Corporal, Company F, November i, 1861 ;
Sergeant, May 4, 1862 ; wounded in action,
December n, 1862, at Fredericksburg, Va. ;
promoted First Sergeant in March or
April, 1863 ; transferred to Company D,
June 25, 1863 ; re-enlisted as a veteran,
December, 22 1863 ; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, Company A, June 20, 1864;
wounded in action, August 14, 1864, and



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



August 24, 1864, near Petersburg, Va. ;
mustered in as First Lieutenant, Company
E, February 23, 1865 ; as Captain, Com-
pany A, March 9, 1865 ; mustered out
with company, June 30, 1865, at Munson's
Hill, Va. ; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, June 10, 1864, with rank from May
12, 1864, vice E. M. Wright, killed in
action; First Lieutenant, November 21,
1864, with rank from October 22, 1864,
vice C. E. Hunt, discharged; Captain,
February 28, 1865, with rank from Febru-
ary 20, 1865, vice H. S. Taintor, mustered
out.

WADE, EDWARD H., late Captain, 71 st
Militia ; enrolled at New York city to
serve three years, and mustered in as
Captain, Company F, this regiment, Feb-
ruary 17, 1862; wounded in action, Sep-
tember 17, 1862, at Antietam, Md. ; died,
of his wounds, October 5, 1862, at New
York city; commissioned Captain, Febru-
ary 1 8, 1862, with rank from February 17,
1862, original.

WALL, CHARLES W., commissioned, not
mustered, First Lieutenant and Quarter-
master, March 30, 1865, with rank from
March i, 1865, vice A. Hubbell, appointed
Captain and Commissary of subsistence,
U. S. Volunteers.

WARNER, JOHN B., age 27 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany F, August 29, 1861 ; transferred to
Company D, November i, 1861 ; wounded
in action, September 17, 1862, at Antie-
tam, Md. ; promoted Sergeant, no date ;
transferred to Company C, June 25, 1863;
re-enlisted as a veteran, December 22,
1863 ; promoted First Sergeant, June 12,
1864; mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
Company B, December i, 1864; as First
Lieutenant, Company C, December 23,
1864; discharged, June 22, 1865; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, November 21,
1864, with rank from October 22, 1864,
vice Severi Venturi, promoted; First Lieu-
tenant, January 13, 1865, with rank from
December 23, 1864, vice E. A. Dapper,
promoted.

WHITNEY, CHARLES H., age 45 years;



enrolled July 14, 1861, at New York city
to serve three years ; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company A, August 2, 1861 ; killed
in action, September 17, 1862, at Antietam,
Md. ; commissioned Captain, December 24,
1861, with rank from August 2, 1861,
original.

WILEY, JAMES, age 23 years; enrolled
September 20, 1861, at Bellville, O., to
serve three years ; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company H, October 31, 1861 ; pro-
moted Sergeant, May 12, 1862 ; trans-
ferred to Company B, June 25, 1863; re-
enlisted as a veteran and promoted First
Sergeant, December 22, 1863 ; captured in
action, June 22, 1864, in front of Peters-
burg, Va. ; died, February 7, 1865, at
Andersonville, Ga. ; medal of honor ; com-
missioned, not mustered, Second Lieuten-
ant, September 16, 1864, with rank from
June 30, 1864, original.

WOLFF, CHARLES, age 39 years; en-
rolled July 29, 1861, at New York city to
serve three years; mustered in as Sec-
ond Lieutenant, Company C, September
1 8, 1861 ; as Captain, November 7, 1862;
transferred, July 28, 1863, to the Veteran
Reserve Corps ; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, December 24, 1861, with rank
from September 18, 1861, original; Cap-
tain, December 22, 1862, with rank from
November 7, 1862, vice M. Moody, died,
of wounds received in action.

WRIGHT, EUGENE M., age 22 years ; en-
rolled October i, 1861, at Peekskill to
serve three years; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company F, October 12, 1861 ; pro-
moted Corporal, September 18, 1862 ; Ser-
geant, November I, 1862 ; mustered in as
Second Lieutenant, Company D, March I,
1863; discharged, June 24, 1863; again en-
rolled, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company A, January 14, 1864;
killed in action, May 12, 1864, at Spot-
sylvania Court House, Va. ; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, April 18, 1863, with
rank from September 20, 1862, vice G. H.
Crawford, promoted; recorrimissioned Sec-
ond Lieutenant, December 15, 1863, with
rank from December 7, 1863, vice C. E.
Hunt, promoted.



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SIXTIETH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).
First St. Lawrence Regiment; Ogdensburg Regiment.

Colonel Charles R. Brundage, 33d State Militia, received authority, July 5, 1861, to
organize a regiment of infantry, of which his regiment of militia should and did form the
nucleus. The regiment was organized at Ogdensburg October 25, 1861 ; it received its
numerical designation ; and, October 30, 1861, Col. Wm. B. Hayward having succeeded
Colonel Brundage, it was mustered in the service of the United States for three years.
At the expiration of its term of service, the men entitled thereto were discharged and the
regiment retained in service. In June, 1865, the enlisted men of the icyth, I36th and
l5Oth Infantries, not mustered out with their regiment, joined this by transfer.

The companies were recruited principally : A at Canton, Hermon, Potsdam, Russell,
Madrid, Colton, Parishville and Gouverneur; B at Gouverneur, Macomb and DePeyster;
C at Hammond, Morristown, Oswegatchie, Edwards, Rossie, Russell and Fowler; D at
Russell, Edwards, Pierrepont and Canton ; E at Malone, Bangor and Brandon ; F at Ogdens-
burg and Heuvelton ; G at Madrid, Waddington, Louisville, Massena and Norfolk; H at
Champlain, Mooers, Ellenburgh, Altona, Chazy, Saranac and Lisbon; I at Lawrence, Stock-
holm and Brasher ; and K at Stockholm and Richville.

The regiment left the State November 4, 1861 ; served between Baltimore, Md., and
Washington, D. C, from November, 1861 ; under General Dix in the so-called Railroad
Brigade, at Baltimore and Relay House, Md., from March, 1862 ; in 2d Brigade, Sigel's
Division, Department of Shenandoah, from June, 1862; in 3d Brigade, 2d Division, 2d Corps,
Army of Virginia, from June 26, 1862 ; in same brigade and division, I2th Corps, Army
of the Potomac, from September 12, 1862; in 2d Brigade, 2d Division, I2th Corps, Army
of the Potomac, from October, 1862; in 3d Brigade, 2d Division, i2th Corps, Army of the
Potomac, from April, 1863; on veteran furlough in December, 1863, and January, 1864; in
3d Brigade, 2d Division, 2Oth Corps, from April, 1864; in 3d Brigade, Bartlett's Division,
22d Corps, from June, 1865 ; and, commanded by Col. Lester S. Willson, it was honorably
discharged and mustered out, July 17, 1865, at Alexandria, Va.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 2 officers, 37 enlisted
men; of wounds received in action, i officer, 27 enlisted men; of disease and other causes,
5 officers, 96 enlisted men; total, 8 officers, 160 enlisted men; aggregate, 168; of whom
3 enlisted men died in the hands of the enemy ; and it took part in the following engage-
ments, etc. :'



PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


Aggregate.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.




% C
yl <D

^e

H


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Harper's Ferry W Va


1862.
May 28-30
Aug. 1 6-
Sept. 2
Aug. 23-24
Sept. 17
Nov. 9
Dec. i
1863.
May 1-3
July 1-3
Oct. 28-29
Nov. 23-27

24

25
27
1864.
May 3-
Sept. 2
May 9
1 4- 1 ;




















Gen Pope's Campaign Va


1






i
4










i

22


Sulphur Springs .


1

i


3






14






Antietam Md


Hillsboro, Va






Hillsboro Va .




















Chancellorsville Va




10
1 1


i


4
6


3

i


37
33




12


66

52


Gettysburg, Pa


W^auhatchie Tenn






Chattanooga and Rossville Campaign, Tenn. . . .
Lookout Mountain










!


35






So




4





I




Ringgold Gap, Ga




3




2






Atlanta Campaign Ga . ...


Mill Creek Gap


Resaca . .












2






2



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PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


t- ( Aggregate.

</l O> O> * M M


g

a

u

Sfi

o


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Dallas


1862.
May 25-
June 4
June 9-
July 2
June i 2
14
16-17

22

27

July 20
July 21-
Aug. 26
Nov. 15-
Dec. 21
Nov. 15-
Dec. 10
Nov. 28
Dec. 10-21
1865.
Jan. 26-
April 26
Feb. 11-14
March 16
19-20
April 26




5




4


]


2
I

I
I

2


19
24

5

3




i




Ackworth










Pine Mountain








i
3


Golgotha




I


i




Gulp's Parm


The Assault










Peachtree Creek . . . . .










Atlanta














Gen Sherman's Savannah Campaign, Ga














March to the Sea










Near Davisboro




5










Savannah








i


Campaign of the Carolinas










North and South Edisto River, S. C


Averasboro, N. C
Bentonville, N. C
















Bennett House, N C .


Total loss


2


37


i


27


16


175





18


276







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.

WILLIAM B. HAYWARD, from October

30, 1861, to January 8, 1862.
GEORGE SEARS GREENE, from January

21 to April 28, 1862.
WILLIAM B. GOODRICH, from May 18

to September 17, 1862.
ABEL GODARD, from June 16, 1863, to

September 13, 1864.
LESTER S. WILLSON, from June 9 to

July 17, 1865.

Lieutenant-Colonels.

WILLIAM B. GOODRICH, from October
30, 1861, to May 18, 1862.

CHARLES R. BRUNDAGE, from June 30
to November 6, 1862.

JOHN C. O. REDINGTON, from Novem-
ber 6, 1862, to July 1 8, 1863.

WIXSLO-W M. THOMAS, from July 31,
1863, to April 3, 1865.

LESTER S. WILLSON, from April 4 to
June 9, 1865.

Majors.

CHARLES R. BRUNDAGE, from October
15, 1861, to June 30, 1862.

EDWARD C. JAMES, from May I to Au-
gust 28, 1862.



ABEL GODARD, from September 16 to

December 13, 1862.
WINSLOW M. THOMAS, from January 8

to July 31, 1863.
THOMAS ELLIOTT, from September 27,

1864, to January 17, 1865.
ABNER B. SHIPMAN, from January 20

to July 17, 1865.

Adjutants.
ROLLIN C. GALE, from October 30, 1861,

to September 3, 1862.
LESTER S. WILLSON, from October 8,

1862, to September 13, 1864.
LOREN WELLINGTON TULLER, from

January i to March 27, 1865.
EDWIN J. OLNEY, from January 23 to

July 17, 1865.

Quartermasters.

EDWIN A. MERRITT, from November 2,

1861, to June 30, 1864.
JOHN SCHOLL, from August 23, 1864, to

July 17, 1865.

Surgeons.

JAMES S. GALE, from October 30, 1861,
to January 17, 1863.



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2541



HENRY B. WHITON, from March 2, 1863,

to October 31, 1864.
SMITH H. MAPES, from November 17,

1864, to July 17, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.
WILLIAM B. CHAMBERS, from October

30, 1861, to March 4, 1863.
CHARLES H. BURBECK, from August

II, 1862, to November 4, 1864.
SMITH H. MAPES, from July 16, 1863, to

November 17, 1864.
JOHN E. COMFORT, from January 19 to

July 17, 1865.

Chaplain.

RICHARD EDDY, from September 22,
1861, to February 17, 1863.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:

WILLIAM B. GOODRICH, from Septem-
ber ii to October 30, 1861.

WILLIAM MONTGOMERY, from Octo-
ber 30, 1861, to February 8, 1863.

DUNCAN M. ROBERTSON, from March
ii to May 30, 1863.

WILLIAM H. FITCH, from May 30, 1863,
to July 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
BENJAMIN R. CLARK, from October 30,

1861, to August 4, 1862.
NORRIS M. DICKINSON, from August

6, 1862, to February 14, 1863.
WILLIAM H. FITCH, from February 15

to May 30, 1863.
CHARLES THURSTON GREENE, from

May 30 to September 13, 1863.
JOHN E. WILSON, from November i,

1863, to June 18, 1864.
LEFFERT L. BUCK, from June 19, 1864,

to January 23, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

WILLIAM MONTGOMERY, October 30,

1861.
NORRIS M. DICKINSON, from April i

to August 6, 1862.
LESTER S. WILLSON, from August 6 to

October 8, 1862.
LANGDON CLARK, from October 8, 1862,

to January 29, 1863.
BYRON T. BORDWELL, from June 10 to

November 3, 1863.



OF COMPANY B.
Captains:
DAVID DAY, 2D, from October 30, 1861, to

August 9, 1862.
JOHN SNYDER, from December 20, 1862,

to January 29, 1863.
ORSON M. FOOT, from March 2, 1863, to

November 22, 1864.
JAMES BROWN, from November 29, 1864,

to July 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
JOHN SNYDER, from October 30, 1861, to

December 20, 1862.
JAMES HURST, from December 20, 1862,

to January 29, 1863.
EUGENE DIVEN, from June 9, 1863, to

October 2, 1864.
CHARLES B. MORRILL, from November

22, 1864, to July 17, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JAMES HURST, from October 30, iSoi, to

December 20, 1862.
CHARLES H. HOUGHTON, from August

6, 1862, to March 6, 1863.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains:
JOHN C. O. REDINGTON, from October

24, 1 86 1, to November 6, 1862.
JAMES YOUNG, from November 6, 1862,

to January 12, 1865.

LOREN WELLINGTON TULLER, from
March 27 to July 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
JAMES YOUNG, from October 30, 1861, to

November 6, 1862.
THOMAS HOBART, from November 6,

1862, to February 22, 1864.
PATRICK H. BR'OCKWAY, from August

12, 1864, to March 29, 1865.
GEORGE F. RYAN, from December 19,

1864, to July 17, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
THOMAS HOBART, from October 30,

1861, to November 6, 1862.
GEORGE M. EASTMAN, from February

16 to April 12, 1863.

JOHN E. WILSON, from April 12 to No-
i vember i, 1863.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OF COMPANY D.
Captains:
WINSLOW M. THOMAS, from October

30, 1861, to January 8, 1863.
VOLNEY M. CARTER, from February 19

to May 31, 1863.

MICHAEL NOLAN, from September 14,
1863, to July 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
JAMES M. KING, from September 13, 1861,

to December 15, 1862.
EUGENE DIVEN, from November 15,

1862, to June 9, 1863.
HENRY FARRELL, from June 10 to July

27, 1863.
LOREN WELLINGTON TULLER, from

November i, 1863, to January I, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
GEORGE M. GLEASON, from October 9,

1861, to November 27, 1862.
STEPHEN D. ADAMS, from January 12

to April 24, 1863.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:
WILLIAM H. HYDE, from October 30,

1861, to January 31, 1863.
PERCY SHELLEY SINCLAIR, from Feb-
ruary I, 1863, to March 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

PERCY SHELLEY SINCLAIR, from Sep-
tember 13, 1861, to February i, 1863.

MYRON D. STANLEY, from March u to
July 8, 1863.

ALFRED N. SKIFF, from January 23 to
July 17, 1865.

Second Lieutenant:

HOSEA C. REYNOLDS, from October 30,
1861, to October 26, 1862.

OF COMPANY F.
Captains:
THOMAS ELLIOTT, from October 12,

1861, to September 27, 1864.
LESTER S. WILLSON, from September
13, 1864, to April 4, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

JOHN DELANEY, from October 30, 1861,
to April 4, 1863.



LOUIS F. CARNATHAN, from September

ii, 1863, to August 24, 1864.
DARIUS A. NASH, from January 23 to

July 17, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

MILTON F. SPENCER, from October 30,
1861, to June 26, 1862, and from August
15, to September 10, 1862.

MICHAEL NOLAN, from October i, 1862,
to April 4, 1863.

OF COMPANY G.
Captains:

HUGH SMITH, from October 30, 1861, to

October 29, 1864.
LEFFERT L. BUCK, from January 23 to

July 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
ORSON M. FOOT, from September 16,

1861, to March 2, 1863.
DENNIS G. SEELEY, from September 20,

1863, to April 5, 1865.

WILLIAM CLINTON LEWIS, from June
23 to July 17, 1865.

\
Second Lieutenants:

JOHN DUNDON, JR., from October 30,

1861, to February 21, 1863.
DENNIS G. SEELEY, from February 22

to September 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:
JAMES M. RANSOM, from October 17,

1861, to February 2, 1863.
JOHN DELANEY, from April 4, 1863, to

October 31, 1864.

PATRICK H. BROCKWAY, from March
29 to July 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
LORING E. WHITE, from October 30,

1861, to July 26, 1862.
MARCELLUS L. FITCH, from July 26,

1862, to February 21, 1863.

GEORGE G. CORNISH, from June 5, 1863,
to April 27, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

MARCELLUS L. FITCH, from October 30.
1 86 1, to July 26, 1862.



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2 543



CHARLES H. DICKINSON, from July 26,

to November 30, 1862.

JOHN H. INGRAM, from December 4,

1862, to February 24, 1863.

OF COMPANY I.
Captains:
JESSE H. JONES, from October 30, 1861,

to January 27, 1864.

THOMAS HOB ART, from February 22,
1864, to July 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

GUY HOGAN, from October 30, 1861, to
August 4, 1862.

DUNCAN M. ROBERTSON, from August
4, 1862, to March II, 1863.

MICHAEL NOLAN, from April 4 to Sep-
tember 14, 1863.

JAMES BROWN, from September 20,

1863, to November 29, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:
ROLLIN C. GALE, October 20, 1861.
LYMAN M. SHEDD, from November i,

1861, to June 23, 1862.

CHARLES THURSTON GREENE, from
August 4, 1862, to May 30, 1863.

JAMES BROWN, from May 30 to Sep-
tember 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY K.
Captains:
ABEL GODARD, from October 19, 1861,

to September 16, 1862.
ABNER B. SHIPMAN, from December i,

1862, to January 20, 1865.

EDWIN R. FOLLETT, from January 20
to July 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
HENRY C. EASTMAN, from October 30,

1 86 1, to March 8, 1862.

ABNER B. SHIPMAN, from March 8 to

December i, 1862.
EDWARD A. RICH, from September 19,

1862, to March 4, 1863.

JAMES E. KELSEY, from March 5, 1863,

to October 30, 1864.
EDWIN R. FOLLETT, from November i,

1864, to January 20, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

ABNER B. SHIPMAN. from October 30,
1861, to March 8, 1862.



EDWARD A. RICH, from April , to

September 19, 1862.
JAMES E. KELSEY, from September 16,

1862, to March 5, 1863.

OFFICERS WHO WERE COMMISSIONED OR
APPOINTED BUT DID NOT SERVE IN THE
GRADES NAMED.

THOMAS, WINSLOW M., as Colonel.

NOLAN, AIICHAEL, as Lieutenant-Col-
onel.

SHIPMAN, ABNER B., as Lieutenant-
Colonel.

NOLAN, MICHAEL, as Majoi.

CHURCH, ROBERT A., as Adjutant.

PERRY, DEWITT CLINTON, as Quarter-
master.

MERRITT, EDWIN A., as Captain.

OLNEY, EDWIN J., as Captain.

SCHOLL, JOHN, as Captain.

SKIFF, ALFRED N., as Captain.

CHURCH, ROBERT A., as First Lieuten-
ant.

CRANE, EDGAR L., as First Lieutenant.

GOURLEY, WILLIAM S., as First Lieuten-
ant.

NEWMAN, GEORGE W., as First Lieu-
tenant.

PARTRIDGE, EDWIN H., as First Lieu-
tenant.

STANCLIFF RUFUS R., as First Lieu-
tenant.

CASTLE, HENRY A., as Second Lieuten-
ant.

CRANE, EDGAR L., as Second Lieutenant.

DONNELLY, EDWARD, as Second Lieu-
tenant.

FAIRBANKS, JAY R., as Second Lieuten-
ant.

LUTHER, AMOS G., as Second Lieutenant,

MCINTYRE, WILLIAM A., as Second
Lieutenant.

MILLS, JOHN R., as Second Lieutenant.

NEWMAN, GEORGE W., as Second Lieu-
tenant.

PARTRIDGE, EDWIN H, as Second Lieu-
tenant.

RICHARDS, SAMUEL E., as Second Lieu-
tenant.

SINCLAIR, EDWARD, as Second Lieuten-
ant.

SMITH, GARDNER, as Second Lieuten-
ant.



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