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Captain, April i, 1863; mustered out with
company, April 23, 1863, at Brooks' Sta-
tion, Va. ; commissioned Second Lieuten-



ant, December 5, 1862, with rank from
July 18, 1862, vice F. W. Schaefer, pro-
moted ; not commissioned F(irst Lieuten-
ant nor Captain.

SCHUTTE, DR. CHARLES ANTHONY,
age 42 years; enrolled at New York city
to serve two years, and mustered in as
Quartermaster, April 23, 1861; detailed
Quartermaster of General Blenker's
Brigade, July 5, 1861; no further record;
commissioned First Lieutenant and
Quartermaster, July 4, 1861, with rank
from May 13, 1861, original.

SERINI, PHILIP, age 26 years; enrolled
at New York city to serve two years,
and mustered in as First Sergeant, Com-
pany D, April 23, 1861; promoted Sec-
ond Lieutenant, Company B, July 16,
1861; transferred to Company D, August
2, 1861; to 2d Battery, September
i, 1861; not commissioned.

SPADE, JOHANN, age 34 years; enrolled
at New York city to serve two years,
and mustered in as Corporal, Company
D, April 23, 1861; promoted Sergeant,
no date; Second Lieutenant, November
I, 1862; mustered in as First Lieutenant
and Quartermaster, to date November I,
1862; mustered out with regiment, April
23, 1863, at Brooks' Station, Va.; not
commissioned Second Lieutenant; com-
missioned First Lieutenant and Quar-
termaster, December 26, 1862, with rank
from October 31, 1862, vice Neustaedter,
resigned.

STAEHLI, FRANCIS R., age 33 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Assistant Sur-
geon, April 23, 1861; discharged, July i,
1861; see 7th Infantry; not commis-
sioned.

STAHEL, JULIUS H., age 37 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Lieutenant-
Colonel, April 23, 1861; as Colonel, Au-
gust n, 1861; discharged, November 15,
1861, by appointment as Brigadier-Gen-
eral, U. S. Volunteers; commissioned
Lieutenant-Colonel, June 20, 1861, with
rank from May 13, 1861, original; Colo-
nel, August 27, 1861, with rank from Au-
gust 10, 1861, vice Blenker, promoted.

STRUVE, GUSTAV, age 54 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



1829



tenant, Company A, April 23, 1861; pro-
moted First Lieutenant, Company D,
July 17, 1861; Captain, September 14,
1861; resigned, November 23, 1862; com-
missioned Second Lieutenant, July 4,
1861, with rank from May 3, 1861, orig-
inal; not commissioned First Lieutenant
nor Captain.

STUMPF, F. M., age 37 years; enrolled
at New York city to serve two years,
and mustered in as Captain, Company C,
April 23, 1861; resigned, August 10, 1861;
commissioned Captain, July 4, 1861, with
rank from May 3, 1861, original.

THEILKUHL, FERDINAND, age
years; enrolled at New York city to serve
two years, and mustered in as Commis-
sary-Sergeant April 23, 1861; promoted
Second Lieutenant, Company F, July 16,
1861; First Lieutenant, August 14, 1861;
Captain, Company H, July 18, 1862;
transferred to Company G, September 13,
1862; to Company E, March n, 1863;
mustered out with company, April 23,
1863, at Bro-oks' Station, Va. ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, March 5, 1862,
with rank from July 25, 1861, vice Boh-
sert, resigned; First Lieutenant, March
5, 1862, with rank from September 10,
1861, vice Schulz, promoted; Captain, No-
vember 7, 1862, with rank from August
18, 1862, vice Von Forstner, resigned.

THEUERKAUF, AUGUST, age 33 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company D, April 23, 1861; pro-
moted First Lieutenant, Company A,
July 27, 1861; mustered in as Captain, to
date February 16, 1862; mustered out
with company, April 23, 1863. at Brooks'
Station, Va.; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, July 4, 1861, with rank from May
3, 1861, original; First Lieutenant, March
5. 1862, with rank from September 10,

1861, vice ; Captain, December 5,

1862, with rank from January 8, 1862, vice
Hammerstein, promoted.

THUM, AUGUSTUS E., age 43 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Captain, Com-
pany G, April 23, 1861; resigned, July 25,
1861 ; see 52d Infantry; subsequent service
in 68th Infantry; commissioned Captain,
July 4, 1861, with rank from May 3, 1861,
original.



TISSOTT, MAX, age 30 years; enrolled
at Hope Landing, Va., to serve two
years, and mustered in as Assistant Sur-
geon, August 15, 1862; mustered out with
regiment, April 23, 1863, at Brooks' Sta-
tion, Va.; subsequent service in io3d In-
fantry; commissioned Assistant Surgeon,
August 18, 1862, with rank from August
15, 1862, original.

TIVY, LOREXZ, age 26 years; enrolled
at New York city to serve two years,
and mustered in as Private, Company H,
April 23, 1861; promoted Corporal, no
date; Sergeant, July 16, 1861; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, Company K,
August 18. 1862; as First Lieutenant,
Company D, to date February 10, 1863;
mustered out with company, April 23,
1863, at Brooks' Station, Va.; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, November 7,
1862, with rank from August 5, 1862, vice
Fulling, resigned; First Lieutenant, Feb-
ruary 26, 1863, with rank from February
TO. 1863, vice T. Brueck, promoted.

TRZECIAK, JOHN, age 37 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as First Lieuten-
ant and Adjutant, April 23, 1861; pro-
moted Captain, Company G, August i,
1861; resigned, September 13, 1862; com-
missioned First Lieutenant and Adjutant,
July 4, 1861, with rank from May 3, 1861,
original; Captain, March 5, 1862, with
rank from July 25, 1861, vice A. E. Thum,
resigned.

VALENTINI, COUNT EDWARD VAL-
ENTINIO, age 34 years; enrolled at
New York city to serve two years, and
appointed First Lieutenant, Company C,
in March, 1862; discharged. May 24, 1862,
for promotion to Captain and additional
Aide-de-Camp, U. S. Volunteers; com-
missioned First Lieutenant, March 4,

1862, with rank of same date, vice Men-
gerson, promoted.

VON DER GRAEBEN, ALFRED, age
33 years; enrolled at New York city to
serve two years, and mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company C, December 24. 1862;
mustered out with company, April 23,

1863, at Brooks' Station, Va.; subsequent
service in 8th Infantry, reorganizing, and
68th Infantry; commissioned Captain, De-
cember 24. 1862, with rank from Novem-
ber i, 1862, vice Kuchenbecker, resigned.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



VON FORSTNER, SIEGFRIED, age 34
years; enrolled at New York city to serve
two years, and mustered in as Captain,
Company E, April 23, 1861; transferred
to Company H, in February, 1862; re-
signed, July 28, 1862; commissioned Cap-
tain, July 4, 1861, with rank from May 3,
1861, original.

WAGNER. OSCAR, age 28 years; enrolled
at New York city to serve two years,
and mustered in as Corporal, Company I,
April 23, 1861; promoted Sergeant, no
date; mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
Company K, to date February 10, 1863;
transferred to Company I, April 19. 1863;
mustered out with company, April 23,
1863, at Brooks' Station, Va. ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, February 26,
1863, with rank from February 10, 1863,
vice Tivy, promoted.

WEIHL, CHARLES, age 28 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company K, April 23, 1861 ; pro-
moted First Lieutenant, July 25, 1861 ;
transferred to Company C, October 14,
1861; appointed Adjutant, March I, 1862;
transferred to Company D in May or
June, 1862; promoted Captain, Company
I, in July, 1862; mustered out with com-
pany, April 23, 1863, at Brooks' Station,
Va. ; subsequent service in U. S. Volun-
teers; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
July 4. 1861, with rank from May 3, 1861,
original ; recommissioned, not mustered.
Second Lieutenant, March 5, 1862, with
rank from July 25, 1861, vice Brandt, re-
signed ; commissioned First Lieutenant,
March 5, 1862, with rank from August 5,

1861, vice Mengerson, promoted; Captain,
November 7, 1862, with rank from July
18, vice Mengerson, deceased.

WEISS, ADOLPHUS, late Captain, 4ist
Infantry; mustered in as Private, Com-
pany A, this regiment, September 9, 1862;
as First Lieutenant and Adjutant, Sep-
tember 13, 1862; transferred to Company
A, March 6, 1863; to Company H, April
4, 1863; discharged, April 17, 1863; com-
missioned First Lieutenant, December 5,

1862, with rank from October 14, 1862,
vice Engels, dismissed.

WELCKER, RUDOLPH, age 40 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Surgeon, April



23, 1861 ; resigned, December 24. 1861 ;
commissioned Surgeon, July 4, 1861, with
rank from May 24, 1861, original.

WELKER. WILLIAM, age - years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany K, April 23, 1861 ; promoted Cor-
poral and Sergeant, no dates; Second
Lieutenant, Company F, December 2,
1861; First Lieutenant, Company I, July
18, 1862; discharged, December 25, 1862,
at Stafford Court House, Va.; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, March 5, 1862,
with rank from July 25, 1861, vice Pauli,
promoted: First Lieutenant, November 7,
1862, with rank from August 18, 1862,
vice F. Theilkuhl, promoted.

WERTHER, FRIEDRICH, age 39 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Sergeant, Com-
pany B, April 23, 1861; promoted First
Sergeant, no date; Second Lieutenant,
August i, 1861 ; First Lieutenant, August
14, 1861; Captain, Company H, Septem-
ber 13, 1862; mustered out with com-
pany, April 23, 1863, at Brooks' Station,
Va.; not commissioned Second nor First
Lieutenant; commissioned Captain, No-
vember 7, 1862. with rank from Septem-
ber 13, 1862, vice Trzeciak, discharged.

WILATUS. CHARLES, age 26 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as First Sergeant,
Company C, April 23, 1861; promoted
Second Lieutenant, Company H, Febru-
ary 26, 1862; captured in action, June 8,
1862, at Cross Keys, Va. ; exchanged,
September 21, 1862; discharged, Novem-
ber n, 1862; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, March 5, 1862, with rank from
February 15, 1862, vice Theilkuhl, pro-
moted.

WOLFF, FREDERICK, age years: en-
rolled to serve two years, and mustered
in as Chaplain, September I, 1861: re-
signed, December n, 1861; not commis-
sioned.

WOLFF, WILLIAM, age 26 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Sergeant, Com-
pany E, April 23, 1861; promoted Sec-
ond Lieutenant, July 25, 1861 ; First Lieu-
tenant, January 8, 1862; resigned,
November 22, 1862; subsequent service in
i/Sth Infantry; not commissioned Second



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



1831



Lieutenant; commissioned First Lieuten-
ant, March 5, 1862, with rank from July
24, 1861, vice Matzaun, resigned.
WUTSCHEL, FRANCIS, age 38 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Captain, Com-
pany K, April 23, 1861 ; as Major, Au-
gust 5. 1861; as Lieutenant-Colonel, Au-
gust II, 1861; as Colonel, November 15,



1861 ; dismissed, August 23, 1862; commis-
sioned Captain, July 4, 1861, with rank
from May 3, 1861, original; not commis-
sioned Major; commissioned Lieutenant-
Colonel, August 27, 1861, with rank from
August 10, 1861, vice Stahel, promoted;
Colonel, December 2, 1861 with rank from
November 12, 1861, vice Stahel, promoted.



EIGHTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.



Reorganizing.

Colonel Felix Prince Salm received authority, May n, 1863, to reorganize the 8th
Regiment, of infantry, mustered out by reason of expiration of service, for a term of
service of three years. This authority was revoked, October 14, 1863, and the men
enlisted were assigned to the ijSth Infantry.

The following were appointed by the Governor to assist in the reorganization :



Colonel.

FELIX PRINCE SALM, May 11, 1863;
out, October 14, 1863.

Lieutenant-Colonel.

OTTO CORVIN, May n, 1863; out, Oc-
tober 14, 1863.

Major.

ALFRED VOX DER GRAEBEN, late
Captain, 8th Infantry; May II, 1863;
out, October 14, 1863.

Adjutants.

LOUIS BRAY. May 11, 1863; declined.
OTTO SIBETH, late Captain, 4ist Infan-
try; June 6, 1863; out, October 14, 1863.



Quartermasters.

JOHN KAUS, June 8, 1863; revoked, Au-
gust 27, 1863.

PATRICK J. McNAMARA, August 27,
1863; out, October 14, 1863.

Surgeon.

MORITZ AUGUST FROEHLICH, late
Surgeon, 8th Infantry (ist); May 12, 1863;
out, October 14, 1863; subsequent service
in 52d Infantry.



None of these officers were commis-
sioned.



NINTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.

Hawkins' Zouaves; New York Zouaves; Little Zouaves; Zoo-Zoos.

This regiment, Col. Rush C. Hawkins, was organized in New York city, and there
mustered in the service of the United States for two years, May 4, 1861 ; it was accepted
by the State, and received its numerical designation, May 13, 1861. One company was
formed of members of the iSth Regiment, State Militia, and Company K was equipped
as an artillery company, and served as such until November 10, 1862.

The regiment was recruited principally in New York city; but some of its members
were enrolled at Albany, Brooklyn, Hyde Park, Green Point, Mamaroneck, Mt. Vernon,
Newburgh, Staten Island, Sing Sing and Williamsburgh ; in Connecticut, New Jersey and
Canada.



1832



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



It left the State, June 6, iSdi ; served at Newport Xe\vs, Va., from June 8, 1861 ;

imes C, G and H at Ha: - - X. C, frcrn August 2~. iS6i ; the regiment from

r tember 10, iSdi ; in the 3d Brigade, Burnside's Expeditionary force, from January,

[862; at R X. C., from February ;. : >. _- ; in 4th Brigade, Hawkins' Coast Division

Fi :n March. iSC2 : in the ist Brigade. v ;d Division, gth Corps, from July,

:- . May 6, 1863 the three years' men of the regiment, which latter had left for Xew

Ycr M : v j;. were assigned to the 3d Infantry, and May 20, 1863, the regiment,

m -ler Colonel Hawkins, was honorably discharged and mustered out at X'ew York city.

In April or May. iS6;. the War Department authorized Capt. R. H. Morris of this
regiment to organize a battery of members of his regiment, whose term of service had not
expired It was to consist of no men, but failed to complete its existence; 44 of the men
.. - - I to 1 e proposed battery deserted, the remainder were assigned to the 3d Infantry.

During i:s service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 2 officers, 53 enlisted
-. ; of wounds received in action, 16 enlisted men; of disease and other causes, 2
officers, 2~ enlisted men; total, 4 officers, 96 enlisted men; aggregate, 100; and it, or
portions of it, took part in the following engagements, etc.:



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OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.

RUSH C. HAWKINS, from May 4, 1861,
May 20, 1863.

Lit :-.-: - - Colonels.
GEORGE F. BETTS. from May 4, 1861,

to February 14. 1862.
EDGAR A. KIMBALL. from February

14, 1862, to April 12, 1863.



Majors.

EDGAR A. KIMBALL, from May 4,

1861, to February 14, 1862.
EDWARD JARDIXE, from February 14,

1862, to May 20, 1863.

:ts.

TAMES S. W. EVANS, from May 4, 1861,
to February 23, 1862.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



WILLIAM H. EXXIS, acting, from De-
cember, 1861, to January, 1862.

CHARLES CHILD, act. | m Janv
ii to February 2, and from February 22
to March 22, 1862.

CHARLES A. GADSDEX, from March
22 to April 19, 1862.

GEORGE A. C. BARXETT, from June
18 to September 24, 1862.

THOMAS L. BARTHOLOMEW, from
September 25, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

Quartermasters.
HEXRY H. ELLIOTT, JR., from May 4,

1861, to August 10, 1862.

JOHX SAXDERS HARRISOX, acting,

from February 3 to September 20. 1862.

OTTO W. PARISEX, from October 4,

1862, to May 20, 1863.

Surgeon.

GEORGE H. HUMPHREYS, from May
4, 1861, to May 20, 1863.

Assistant Surgeons.
JOHX P. P. WHITE, from May 16, 1861,

to May 13, 1862.
EPHRAIM W. BUCK, from June 10,

1862, to May 4, 1863.
WILLIAM L. HARDIXG, from August

20, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

Chaplain.

THOMAS W. COXWAY, from May 21,
tS6i, to September 4, 1862.

OF COMPANY A.
Captain:

AXDREW S. GRAHAM, from May 4..
1861, to May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:
CHARLES CHILD, from May 4, 1861, to

April 18, 1862.
ALMER PRESTOX WEBSTER, from

April 18 to September 3, 1862.
JAMES B. HORXER, from March 17 to

May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:

VICTOR KLIXGSOEHR, from May 4 to
December 24. 1861.

GEORGE WASHIXGTOX DEBE-
VOISE, from December 26, 1861, to Au-
gust 23, 1862.



MATTHEW JOHX GRAHAM, from No-
vember 23, 1862, to January 29, 1863.

RICHARD H. JACKSOX, from March
26 to May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY B.

Captain:

WILLIAM G. BARXETT, from May 4,
1861, to May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:

GEORGE A. C. BARXETT, from May
4, 1861, to June 18, 1862.

THOMAS L. BARTHOLOMEW, from
April 20 to September 25, 1862.

GEORGE H. HERBERT, from Novem-
ber 14, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:
THOMAS L. BARTHOLOMEW, from

Ma>- 4, 1861, to April 20, 1862.
JAMES B. HORXER, from April 20 to

Xovember 22, 1862.
EDWIX DEWS, from September 30, 1862,

to May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY C.

Captains:
OTTO W. PARISEX, from May 4, 1861,

to October 4, 1862.
VICTOR KLIXGSOEHR, from August

10, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:
WILLIAM H. EXXIS, from May 4,

1861, to August 10, 1862.

JOHX LIXDSAY DOXALDSOX, from

August 10 to Xovember 22, 1862.
FRAXK POWELL, from Xovember I,

1862. to May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:

JOHX D. MITCHELL, from May 4 to
September 22, 1861.

GEORGE WASHIXGTOX DEBE-
VOISE, from Xovember 28 to De-
cember 26, 1861.

EDWARD C. COOPER, from Xovember
23, iSoi, to September 17, 1862.

LOUIS JACOBSOHX, from October 22,
1862, to May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY D.

Captains:

HEXRY WRIGHT, from May 4 to Au-
gust 9, 1861.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



CHARLES W. PRESCOTT, from August

I, 1861, to September 3, 1862.
ALMER PRESTON WEBSTER, from

September 3, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:
JOHN SANDERS HARRISON, from

May 4, 1861, to March 17, 1862.
TAMES B. HORNER, from January 30

to March 17, 1863.
JOHN KEYS PERLEY, from March 16,

1862, to May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:
JOHN KEYS PERLEY, from May 4,

1861, to March 16, 1862.

JOHN LINDSAY DONALDSON, from

February 28 to August 10, 1862.
RICHARD H. JACKSON, from October

29 to November 23, 1862.
JAMES B. HORNER, from November

22, 1862, to January 30, 1863.
SEBASTIAN MEYER, from March 16 to

May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY E.
Captain:

ADOLPHE LIBAIRE, from May 4, 1861,
to May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:

JOHN H. BARTLETT, from May 4 to
October 23, 1861.

VICTOR KLINGSOEHR, from Decem-
ber 24, 1861, to August 10, 1862.

JOSEPH A. GREENE, from October 4,

1862, to May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:

WILLIAM A. BARTLETT, from May 4
to October 23, 1861.

GEORGE H. HERBERT, from Decem-
ber 23, 1861, to February 22, 1862.

WILLIAM S. ANDREWS, from Febru-
ary 22 to October 29, 1862.

ALEXANDER W. VOGT, from August
10, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY F.

Captain:

WILLIAM W r . HAMMILL, from May 4,
1861, to May 20, 1863.



First Lieutenants:
HENRY C. PERLEY, from May 4, 1861,

to March i, 1863.
MATTHEW JOHN GRAHAM, from

January 29 to May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:
CHARLES W. PRESCOTT, from May 4

to August i, 1861.
JOSEPH A. GREENE, from August 10,

1861, to October 4, 1862.

DAVID J. GREEN, from November i,

1862, to May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY G.

Captains:
EDWARD JARDINE, from May 4, 1861,

to February 14, 1862.
CHARLES CHILD, from May i, 1862, to

May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:
ALMER PRESTON WEBSTER, from

May 4, 1861, to April 18, 1862.
CHARLES CHILD, from April 18 to

May i, 1862.
JOHN SANDERS HARRISON, from

May 26, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:
THOMPSON P. McELRATH, from May

4 to June 23, 1861.
WILLIAM S. ANDREWS, from June 24,

1861, to January n, 1862.
RICHARD A. BURDETT, from January

i, 1862, to January 30, 1863.
CHARLES W. GLASER, from February

17 to May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:

JOSEPH C. RODRIGUEZ, from May 4,

1861, to December 29, 1862.
HENRY C. PERLEY, from March i to

May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:

LAWRENCE LEAHY, from May 4, 1861,
to February 3, 1862.

WILLIAM H. ROSSELL, JR., from Feb-
ruary 3 to February 15, 1862.

JOHN SANDERS HARRISON, from
March 17 to May 26, 1862.

ROBERT McKECHNIE, from March 5,

1862, to May 20, 1863.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



1835



Second Lieutenants:

VINCENT F. LAFON, from May 4 to
May 27, 1861.

RICHARD H. MORRIS, from June i to
August 18, 1861.

ROBERT McKECHNIE, from December
22, 1861, to March 5, 1862.

MATTHEW JOHN GRAHAM, from
May 25 to November 23, 1862.

RICHARD H. JACKSON, from Novem-
ber 23, 1862, to March 26, 1863.

THOMAS RANKIN, from March 18 to
May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY I.
Captains:
HENRY W. COPCUTT, from May 4 to

August 12, 1861.
LEON BARNARD, from July 31, 1861, to

March 15, 1862.

LAWRENCE LEAHY, from March 15,
1862, to May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:

TIMOTHY J. BURKE, from May 4 to
26, 1861.

WILLIAM H. ROSSELL, JR., from May
31, 1861, to February 3, 1862.

LAWRENCE LEAHY, from February 3
to March 15, 1862.

JAMES HENRY FLEMING, from Feb-
ruary 14, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:
JAMES HENRY FLEMING, from May

4, 1861, to February 14, 1862.
FRANK POWELL, from March 15 to

November i, 1862.
WILLIAM S. ANDREWS, from October

29, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

OF COMPANY K.

Captains:

JOSEPH N. STINER, from May 4 to
July 30, 1861.

JAMES R. WHITING, JR., from Novem-
ber 23, 1861, to September 30, 1862.

RICHARD H. MORRIS, from September

30, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

First Lieutenants:
FRANK T. FOSTER, from May 4 to May

13, 1861.
FRANCIS A. SILVA, from May 13 to

July 31, 1861.



JAMES R. WHITING, JR., from Septem-
ber 3 to November 23, 1861.

RICHARD H. MORRIS, from August 18,
1861, to September 30, 1862.

JOHN LINDSAY DONALDSON, from
November 22, 1862, to May 20, 1863.

Second Lieutenants:

GEORGE T. DOUGHTY, from May 4 to
August 26, 1861.

HENRY ST. C. EYTINGE, from Sep-
tember 22 to December 6, 1861.

WILLIAM S. ANDREWS, from January
ii to February 22, 1862.

GEORGE H. HERBERT, from February
22 to November 14, 1862.

SEBASTIAN MEYER, from September
3, 1862, to March 16, 1863.

CHARLES W. GLASER, from Septem-
ber 25, 1862, to February 17, 1863.

JOHN R. SHIELDS, from March 16 to
May 20, 1863.

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

ANTHON, JOHN H., as Captain.

MORRIS, RICHARD H., as Captain
(ist).

BURDETT, RICHARD A., as First Lieu-
tenant.

DEBEVOISE, GEORGE WASHING-
TON, as First Lieutenant.

LUCQUEN, ANDRE, as First Lieuten-
ant.

HUDSON, JR., WILLIAM S., as Second
Lieutenant.

MEDALS OF HONOR AWARDED BY THE
PRESIDENT TO

LANGBEIN, J. C. JULIUS, Musician,
Company B, for voluntarily, and under
a heavy fire, going to the aid of a
wounded officer at the battle of Camden,
N. C., April 19, 1862.

LIBAIRE, ADOLPHE, Captain, Com-
pany E, for most distinguished gallantry
in action at Antietam, Md., September
17, 1862.

BREVET COMMISSIONS OF NEW YORK VOL-
UNTEERS GRANTED BY THE GOVERNOR OF
THE STATE TO ENLISTED MEN AS FOL-
LOWS :

LESLIE, WILLIAM, Private, Company
H, Second Lieutenant.



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