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as Second Lieutenant, May 21, 1862; cap-
tured in action, August 27, 1862, at Bris-
toe Station, Va. ; paroled, October 12,
1862 ; mustered in as First Lieutenant,
Company I, November 27, 1862; dis-
charged, December 21, 1862; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, June 30, 1862, with
rank from May 21, 1862, vice E. Miller,
promoted; First Lieutenant, December
19, 1862, with rank from November 27,
1862, vice E. Miller, promoted.

PICTON, THOMAS, commissioned, not
mustered, Paymaster, July 4, 1861, with
rank from June 7, 1861, original.

POTTER, JAMES D., Second Lieutenant,
1st N. Y. Volunteers, November 28, 1847;
Second Lieutenant, 3d U. S. Dragoons,
March 3, 1848; disbanded, July 31, 1848;
age 37 years; enrolled May 25, 1861, at
New York city to serve two years ; mus-
tered in as Major, June 8, 1861 ; wounded
and captured in action, July 21, 1861, at
Bull Run, Va. ; exchanged, September 21,
1862 ; mustered in as Lieutenant-Colonel,
December 23, 1862; discharged, January
26, 1863; commissioned Major, June 20,

1861, with rank from May 30, 1861, orig-
inal; Lieutenant-Colonel, November II,

1862, with rank from October 10, 1862,
vice J. C. Strong, promoted.

PRATT, HENRY C., age 20 years; en-
rolled to serve two years, and mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, Company F,
January n, 1862; as First Lieutenant,
Company G, July 30, 1862 ; wounded in
action, August, 1862 ; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company C, November 21, 1862;
mustered out with company, June 22,

1863, at East New York, N. Y. ; subse-
quent service in 2d Engineers ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, February 12,
1862, with rank from January u, 1862,
vice W. Banks, promoted; First Lieuten-
ant, August 30, 1862, with rank from July
30, 1862, vice James V. Dunlap, dis-
missed; Captain, December 19, 1862, with
rank from November 21, 1862, vice A.
Roberts, discharged.

RIEFF, FRANCIS X., Second Lieutenant,
55th Infantry ; transferred to Company
H, this regiment, December 21, 1862; dis-



charged, June 21, 1863; commissioned in
55th Infantry.

ROBERTS, ALEXANDER, age 30 years;
enrolled May 7, 1861, at New York city
to serve two years ; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company B, June 3, 1861 ; as
Captain, September 14, 1861 ; discharged,
November 21, 1862; commissioned First
Lieutenant, July 4, 1861, with rank from
May 7, 1861, original; Captain, Novem-
ber 21, 1861, with rank from September
14, 1861, vice Eugene McGrath, dis-
charged.

ROBINSON, JOHN A., age 23 years; en-
rolled at Washington, D. C., to serve
three years, and mustered in as Assistant
Surgeon, September 15, 1862; mustered
out with regiment, June 22, 1863, at East
New York, N. Y. ; subsequent service in
iO2d Infantry; commissioned Assistant
Surgeon, September 6, 1862, with rank
from September 4, 1862, original.

ROGAN, PETER A., age 33 years; en-
rolled May 21, 1861, at Horseheads to
serve two years ; mustered in as Private,
Company I, June 8, 1861 ; transferred to
Company A, June, 1861 ; promoted First
Sergeant, July 9, 1861 ; wounded in ac-
tion, May 5, 1862, at Williamsburg, Va. ;
mustered in as Second Lieutenant, August
I, 1862; mustered out with company, June
22, 1863, at East New York, N. Y. ; com-
missioned Second Lieutenant, August 30,
1862, with rank from July 29, 1862, vice
Walter Scott, promoted.

RUSSELL, CARLOS M., age 27 years;
enrolled May 24, 1861, at Geneva to serve
two years ; mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company H, June 3, 1861 ; dis-
charged, April 27, 1862; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, July 4, 1861, with
rank from May 24, 1861, original.

RUSSELL, GEORGE L., commissioned,
not mustered, First Lieutenant, July 4,
1861, with rank from May 24, 1861, orig-
inal; subsequent service in 6th Infantry.

SCHAFFER, ADOLPHUS, age 38 years;
enrolled May 7, 1861, at East New York
to serve two years; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company C, June 3, 1861 ; dis-
charged, August 6, 1861; commissioned
First Lieutenant, July 4, 1861, with rank
from May 4, 1861, original.

SCOTT, WALTER, age 30 years; enrolled
May n, 1861, at Elizabethtown to serve



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



two years; mustered in as Private, Com-
pany K, June 3, 1861 ; transferred to
Company I, June, 1861 ; promoted Ser-
geant and First Sergeant, no dates ; mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, Company
A, November 21, 1861 ; wounded in ac-
tion, May 5, 1862, at Williamsburg, Va. ;
mustered in as First Lieutenant, Com-
pany K, to date August 30, 1862; trans-
ferred to Company F, December 21, 1862;
mustered out with company, June 22,
1863, at East New York, N. Y. ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, November 21,
1861, with rank from September 14, 1861,
vice F. B. Lane, promoted; First Lieu-
tenant, August 30, 1862, with rank from
July 29, 1862, vice F. Walker, promoted.

SHIPMAN, FREDERICK W., age 27
years; enrolled May 10, 1861, at New
York city to serve two years, and mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, Company
F, June 3, 1861 ; as First Lieutenant, July
2, 1861 ; discharged, November 2, 1861 ;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, July 4,
1861, with rank from May 10, 1861, orig-
inal; First Lieutenant, August 27, 1861,
with rank from- August 3, 1861, vice J.
M. Cooney, promoted.

SLATER, EDWIN R., age 28 years; en-
rolled May 7, 1861, at New York city to
serve two years ; mustered in as Ser-
geant, Company D, June 3, 1861 ; re-
turned to ranks, July 26, 1861 ; promoted
Sergeant, October 29, 1861 ; wounded in
action, May 5, 1862, at \Villiamsburg,
Va. ; mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
Company I, August 9, 1862; wounded in
action, December 13, 1862, at Fredericks-
burg, Va. ; transferred to Company D,
December 21, 1862; discharged, April 18,
1863; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
August 30, 1862, with rank from August
9, 1862, vice J. McE. Hyde, promoted.

SMITH, WILLIAM H., age 20 years; en-
rolled May n, 1861, at Elizabethtown to
serve two years ; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company K, June 3, 1861 ;
discharged, August 2, 1861 ; commissioned
First Lieutenant, July 4, 1861, with rank
from May 24, 1861, original.

STARR, GEORGE H., Captain, lotfh In-
fantry; commissioned, not mustered, Ma-
jor, this regiment, December 27, 1862,
with rank from December 26, 1862, vice
A. Funk, discharged.



STEELE, AARON J., Assistant Surgeon,
26th Infantry; mustered in as Surgeon,
this regiment, November 10, 1862; mus-
tered out with regiment, June 22, 1863,
at East New York, N. Y. ; subsequent
service in i3th Artillery; see 38th Infan-
try, reorganizing; commissioned Surgeon,
October 21, 1862, with rank from October
n, 1862, vice A. J. Berry, discharged.

STRONG, JAMES C, Captain, 2ist In-
fantry; mustered in as Lieutenant-Col-
onel, this regiment, January 18, 1862;
wounded in action, May 5, 1862, at Wil-
liamsburg, Va.; discharged for disability,
November 29, 1862; mustered in as Col-
onel, to date November 10, 1862, under
special act of Congress; mustered out, to
date June 22, 1863; subsequent service in
Veteran Reserve Corps ; commissioned
Lieutenant-Colonel, January 18, 1862, with
rank from December 17, 1861, vice A.
Farnsworth, promoted Colonel, /gth In-
fantry; Colonel, November n, 1862, with
rank from October 10, 1862, vice J. H. H.
Ward, promoted Brigadier-General, U.
S. Volunteers.

SURAND, JOHN, Second Lieutenant,
55th Infantry; transferred to Company G,
this regiment, December 21, 1862; mus-
tered out with company, June 22, 1863;
commissioned in 55th Infantry.

TERRILL, ALBERT A., age 30 years;
enrolled May 21, 1861, at Horseheads to
serve two years; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, Company I, June 8, 1861; as
First Lieutenant, Company G, September
21, 1861; transferred to Company H, Jan-
uary 12, 1862; mustered in as Captain,
Company G, March 10, 1862; discharged,
July 29, 1862; subsequent service in I79th
Infantry; commissioned Second Lieuten-
ant, July 4, 1861, with rank from May 21,
1861, original; First Lieutenant, Novem-
ber 2, 1861, with rank from September
20, 1861, vice G. C. Browne, discharged;
Captain, May 17, 1862, with rank from
January 11, 1862, vice Hugh McQuaide,
deceased.

TILDEN, OLIVER A., age 33 years; en-
rolled May 7, 1861, at New York city to
serve two years ; mustered in as Captain,
Company E, June 3, 1861 ; killed in ac-
tion, September i, 1862, at Chantilly, Va. ;
commissioned Captain, July 4, 1861, with
rank from May 7, 1861, original.



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VEYER, AUGUST EDMOND, Captain,
55th Infantry; transferred to Company I,
this regiment, December 21, 1862; dis-
honorably discharged, February 19, 1863;
commissioned in 55th Infantry.

VOLKHAUSEN, HENRY, age 22 years;
enrolled May 7, 1861, at New York city
to serve two years; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company C, June 3, 1861; promoted
Corporal, July 27, 1861 ; Sergeant, Sep-
tember i, 1861 ; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, May 7, 1862; as First Lieu-
tenant, December 12, 1862; mustered out
with company, June 22, 1863, at East New
York, N. Y. ; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, May 17, 1862, with rank from
April 27, 1862, vice Carlos M. Russell,
discharged: First Lieutenant, November
n, 1862, with rank from October 8, 1862,
vice L. Hunt, promoted Major and Aide-
de-Camp, U. S. Volunteers; Captain, not
mustered, March 3, 1863, with rank from
January 26, 1863, vice R. F. Allason, pro-
moted.

WALKER, FERGUS, age 26 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Quartermaster-
Sergeant, June 3, 1861 ; as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company K, August 6, 1861; as
First Lieutenant, Company H, May 2,
1862; wounded in action, June I, 1862, at
Fair Oaks, Va. ; mustered in as Captain,
Company F, October 31, 1862; mustered
out, June 22, 1863; subsequent service !n
Veteran Reserve Corps; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, August 27, 1861, with
rank from August 6, 1861, vice A. C. H.
Livingston, discharged; First Lieutenant,
May 17, 1862, with rank from January i,
1862, vice A. A. Terrill, promoted; Cap-
tain, August 30, 1862, with rank from July
29, 1862, vice A. A. Terrill, discharged

WARD, J. H. HOBART, age 3 7 years;



enrolled May 25, 1861, at New York city
to serve two years; mustered in as Col-
onel, June 8, 1861 ; mustered out, October
10, 1862, for promotion to Brigadier-Gen-
eral, U. S. Volunteers; commissioned
Colonel, June 20, 1861, with rank from
May 30, 1861, original.

WARREN, WILLIAM, age 25 years; en-
rolled May 7, 1861, at New York city to
serve two years; mustered in as First Ser-
geant, Company B, June 3, 1861; as Sec-
ond Lieutenant, Company K, March i,
1862; transferred to Company E, October
15, 1862; mustered in as First Lieutenant,
January i, 1863; mustered out with com-
pany, June 22, 1863, at East New York,
N. Y. ; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
May 17, 1862, with rank from January n,
1862, vice Fergus Walker, promoted;
First Lieutenant, December 19, 1862, with
rank from November 21, 1862, vice H. C.
Pratt, promoted.

WATSON, ROBERT S., age 27 years; en-
rolled May 7, 1861, at New York city to
serve two years; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, Company B, June 3, 1861; as
First Lieutenant, Company A, to date
August 7, 1861; as Captain, April 29,
1862 ; wounded in action, May 5, 1862, at
Williamsburg, Va. ; discharged, Decem-
ber 17, 1862; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, July 4, 1861, with rank from May
7, 1861, original; First Lieutenant, Au-
gust 27, 1861, with rank from August 6,
1861, vice J. H. Coburn, discharged ; Cap-
tain, June 30, 1862, with rank from May
21, 1862, vice S. C. Dwyer, died, of
wounds received in action.

WILLIAMS, GEORGE C., Captain. 55th
Infantry; transferred to Company K, this
regiment, December 21, 1862; discharged,
June 2, 1863; commissioned in 55th In-
fantry.



THIRTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.

Reorganizing.

Colonel Augustus Funk received authority, June 23, 1863, to reorganize the 38th In-
fantry, just mustered out, as a three years' regiment. This reorganization was not effected
and the efforts to do so were discontinued October 14, 1863 ; the men enlisted being
transferred to the I7th Veteran Infantry.



2 1 88 REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS

To assist in the reorganization the Governor appointed, but did not commission, as



Colonel.

AUGUSTUS FUNK, June 23, out Oc-
tober 14, 1863; prior service in 38th In-



fantry.



Major.



ROBERT J. MANN, July 27, out October
14, 1863; prior service in 33d Infantry.

Adjutant.
JOHN McEWEN HYDE, June 27, out



October 14, 1863; prior service in 38th
Infantry.

Quartermaster.

WILLIAM M. NORTON, June 23, out
October 14, 1863; prior service in 38th



Infantry.



Surgeon.



AARON J. STEELE, June 29, out Oc-
tober 14, 1863; prior service in 38th In-
fantry.



THIRTY-NINTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).

Garibaldi Guard; Italian Legion; Netherland Legion; Polish Legion; Hun-
garian Regiment; First Foreign Rifles.

This regiment, raised by the Union Defense Committee of New York city, under
special authority from the War Department, was accepted by the State May 27, 1861 ;
organized and recruited at New York city under Col. Frederick George D'Utassy, and
mustered in the service of the United States for three years at Washington, D. C, June

6, 1861, to date from May 28, 1861. Three companies consisted of Germans, three of Hun-
garians, one of Swiss, one of Italians, one of Frenchmen, and one of Spaniards and
Portuguese. May 31, 1863, the regiment was consolidated into four companies : A, B, C
and D ; new companies were organized in the field from recruits : E December 8 ; F
December 14; G December 19; H December 30, 1863; I and K in January, 1864. Com-
panies A, B, C and D were mustered out in New York city June 24, 1864, those not
entitled to be discharged having previously been transferred to other companies ; and the
regiment, six companies, E, F, G, H, I and K, retained in service. In October, 1864, a
new Company D, enlisted principally at Malone for one year, joined the regiment; June
2, 1865, the members of the regiment not to be mustered out with it were transferred to
the iSsth Infantry.

The regiment left the State May 28, 1861 ; served at and near Washington, D. C.,
from June I, 1861 ; in the 1st Brigade, 5th Division, Army of Northeastern Virginia, from
July 13, 1861 ; in Blenker's Brigade, Division of Potomac, from August 4, 1861 ; in Stahel's
Brigade, Blenker's Division, Army of the Potomac, from October 15, 1861 ; in 1st Bri-
gade, same division, Mountain Department, from April, 1862; in White's Brigade, Army
of Virginia, at Winchester, Va., from July, 1862; at Harper's Ferry, W. Va., from Sep-
tember, 1862; at Camp Douglass, Chicago, 111., from September 27, 1862; near Washington,
D. C., ist Brigade, Casey's Division, defenses of Washington, from December, 1862; in
January, 1863, in 3d Brigade, Casey's, later Abercrombie's Division, 22d Corps; in 3d
Brigade, 3d Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac, from June 25, 1863 ; in the 3d,
and for a time in the Consolidated, Brigade, ist Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Poto-
mac, from March, 1864; and was honorably discharged and mustered out, under Col.
Augustus Funk, July i, 1865, except (new) Company D, which had been mustered out, June

7, 1865, at Alexandria, Va.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 5 officers, 62 enlisted
men ; of wounds received in action, 3 officers, 49 enlisted men ; of disease and other causes,
I officer, 158 enlisted men; total, 9 officers, 269 enlisted men; aggregate, 278; of whom I
officer and 99 enlisted men died in the hands of the enemy; and it took part in the follow-
ing engagements, etc. :



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PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


Aggregate.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


a

*> r-'

-j C
UJ CD

^e

w


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Bull Run Va


1 86 1.
July 21
1862.
June i

2

3
6
8
15
Sept. 12-15

12
12-13
1863.

July 1-3
Oct. 14
14
Nov. 26-
Dec. 2
27
1864.
Feb. 6-7
May 5-7
8-21
910

I 2

18
2226

27-31
June 1-12

15-

Apr. 2, 1865
June 15-19
21-23
July 27-29
Aug. 14-18

25
Dec. 8-9
1865.
March 25
Mar. 28-
April 9
Mar. 29-31
April 2
6
7
9




2








5




54


61






























Near Woodstock, Edinburg and Mt. Jackson, Va .






































Cross Keys Va


i


3


i


5


2


20

2

IS

68

10

i

18
83

74

2

2

14
21

2

5
3


i

10


II

4

520


44
6

545

95

13

33

37
136

132

10

9

39

52

2

s
27


Middletown Va


Siege and surrender of Harper's Ferry, W. Va. . .


1










Maryland Heights


J

i
1


14


i


9


2

I


Gettysburg Pa


Auburn, Va


i

i
i

i


2
31

15
22

25

I
2

17
22


Bristoe Va


1"










Robertson's Tavern


i
14




2

9


! :

/ "
i

2

}'


Morton's Ford Va .






Po River .'


i


7
4
2


i


6

2

I


The Salient






Totopotomoy Va


i


3

2
I

4

I




4

2

3

2
I


Cold Harbor Va


Before Petersburg Va


Assault of Petersburg Va


Weldon Railroad Va






















i






I


I


i


20


Hatcher's Run Va




































1

I


3






37


White Oak Ridge




3

i




I

I


Fall of Petersburg


Deatonsville Road


























Total loss










5


62


3


49


27


375


16


746


1283







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.

FREDERICK GEORGE D'UTASSY,

from May 28, 1861, to May 29, 1863.
AUGUSTUS FUNK, from January 20,
1864, to July i, 1865.

Lieutenant -Colonels.
ALEXANDER REPETTI, from June 6,

1861, to June 19, 1862.

CHARLES SCHWARZ, from June 19,

1862, to May 31, 1863.

JAMES G. HUGHES, from January 29,

1864, to January 23, 1865.
JOHN McEWEN HYDE, from January

27 to May 15, 1865.



Majors.
GEORGE E. WARING, JR., from June 6

to August 3, 1861.
CHARLES WIEGAND, from August 2,

1861, to January 24, 1862.
ANTHONY WEEKEY, from February I

to April 28, 1862.
CHARLES SCHWARZ, from May i io

June 19, 1862.
HUGO HILLEBRANDT, from June 19,

1862, to December 10, 1863.
CHARLES C. BAKER, from February 9

to May 30, 1864.

JOHN McEWEN HYDE, from - -, to
January 27, 1865.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



HUGO HILLEBRAXDT, from Tune , to

S fjtember 12, 1861.
CHARLES GRAHAM BACON, from

August :4 to October 8, 1862.
ROBERT C. SHRIBER, from October 8

to November 12, 1862.
OTTO ROSSMAESSLER, actir.c. from

November 12, 1862. to October 5, 1863.
JOHN DESSAUER, from June i, 1863, to

February 8, 1864.
JOHN McEWEN HYDE, from Januiry

16, 1864, to .

CHARLES H. BALLOU, from , to

February 10, 1865.
TAMES S. WYCKOFF, from January 28

to June 2, i&ff.
WRIGHT BANKS, from June 4 to July

I, 1865.

Quartermasters.
CHARLES B. NORTON, from June 6 to

August 6, 1861.
E. D. LAZELLE, from March or April to

August 14, 1862.
CAESAR NISSEN, from October 17, 1862,

to fuly 18, 1863.

FERDINAND LEIBNITZ, from Novem-
ber 21, 1863, to July i, 1865.

S:<rgc:>:s.
LEOPOLD ZANDER, from June i to

December n, 1861.
ADOLPH MAJER, from June 6 to August

2.. 1861.
FREDERICK WOLF?. fr:m December

27, 1861, to April 17, 1864.
CHARLES S. HOYT, from May u, 1864,

to July i, 1865.

Assis'ir.} Surgeons.

FORSTER SWIFT, June 6, 1861.

RUDOLPH RIBBECK, from August 28,
1861, to May 9, 1863.

EMIL STEIGER. from September i, 1862,
to February i. 1864.

EBENEZER DAY, from July 4 to Sep-
tember 8. 1863.

WILLIAM W. GOODWIN, from March
18, 1864, to April 29, 1865.

Chaplains.

THEODORE KRUGER, from May 17 to

; : 28. 1861.

THONY P. ZYLA, from August 28,
1861, to March i, 1863.



OF COMPANY A.
Captains:

CHARLES SCHWARZ, from May 28,

1861, to May i, 1862.
EMIL HOLLINDE, from May i, 1862, to

October 9, 1863.
OTTO ROSSMAESSLER, from March 3

to June 24, 1864.

First Lieut enc
ANTHONY WEEKEY, from May 28 to

July 15, ii i
ANDREW FONTANA, from May 28,

1861, to October 17. 1862.
RUDOLPH SCHWICKARDI, from Oc-
tober 18, 1862, to February 14, 1863.

ANTHONY P. ZYLA, from March I to

June 4, 1863.
HEINRICH DIETRICH, from May 31 to

- ptember 29. 1863.
OTTO ROSSMAESSLER, from October 5,

1863, to March 13, 1864.
ROBERT A. TREMPER, from April 10 to

June 24, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:

WILLIAM BAUER, from May 17 to Oc-
tober 31, 1861.

JOSEPH AIGNER, from May 28 to July
26, 186:.

RICHARD MARSCHALL, from July 25 to
October 0, iSCi.

CHARLES HOFFMAN, from November
i, 1861, to January 4, 1862.

CHARLES GALLUBA, from January 8 to
March or April, 1862.

EDWARD W. WOODBURY, from July 31
to October 17, 18^2.

EDMUND DOERFER, from December 19,

1862, to May 31, 1863.

OTTO WILM, from May 31 to July 31,

1863.
GEORGE DOELL, from July 31, 1863, to

June 24, 1864.

OF COMPANY B.

Captains:

A. H. VON UNWERTH, from May 28 to

t 28. 1861.
GEORGE BREY, from October , 1861, to

.-ember 12, 1862.
CHRISTIAN ENKE, from November i,

1862, to May 31, 1863.

BERNHARD BAER, from May 31, 1863, to
June 24, 1864.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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First Lieutenants:
JAMES C. RICE, from May 28 to July ,

1861.
CONRAD VOX SCHOXDORF, from

- to August , 1861.

CARL RUELBERG from October 7, 1861,

to January 4, 1862.
CHARLES HOFFMAX, from January 4

to March , 1862.
VICTOR LESEIXE, from March or April

to June 8, 1862.
LOUIS RIEGER, from July i to Decem-

ber , 1862.
JOHX DESSAUER, from Xovember i,

1862, to June i. 1863.

LOUIS LEVISEUR, from May 31 to Xo-

vember 7, 1863.
THOMAS M. HAXD, from February 13 to

June 24, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:
GEORGE BREY, from May 28 to July 15,

1861.
CARL RUELBERG, from July 10 to Octo-

ber /, 1861.
CHRISTIAN EXKE, from October 7, 1861,

to June 23, 1862.
RUDOLPH SCHWICKARDI, from June

23 to October 18, 1862.
EUGENE SUBIT, from November or De-

cember, 1862, to January 10, 1863.
MAGNUS BADER, from March i to June

- 1863.

JACOB S. KITTLE, from May 31 to July

3i, 1863.
GIOVANNI SAMSA, from November 21,

1863, to March 5, 1864.

GEORGE PLUMB, from March 4 to June
24, 1864.

OF COMPANY C.



CESARE OSNAGHI, from May 28 to Au-

gust 29, 1861.
THOMAS NIEDZIELSKI, from Septem-

ber i, 1861, to March, 1862.
EDWARD VENUTI, from March or April

to July , 1862.
THOMAS NIEDZIELSKI, from June ..

1862, to February 7, iSc^.
CHARLES GRAHAM BACON, from Oc-

tober 8, 1862. to May 25, iSc^.
CARLOS A. DfiLAMESA, from May 31

to September 30, 1863.
JOHN WILLIAM FUNK, from February

8 to June 2, 1864.



First Lieutenants:

ANTONIO DAL MOLIN, from May 28 to
July 12, 1861.

IGNACIO ALLEGRETTI, from August 28
to September 27, 1861.

FRANCESCO ORNESI, from September
26, 1861, to June 23, 1862.

CHRISTIAN EXKE, from June 23 to No-
vember i, 1862.

CARL D'UTASSY, from September 22,

1862, to May 31, 1863.

CARL THEODORE PAUSCH, from May

31 to July 2, 1863.
MAGNUS BADER, from November 21,

1863, to May 26, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:

IGNACIO ALLEGRETTI, from May 28 to
August 28, 1861.

CARL D'UTASSY, from June i to Septem-
ber 22, l862.

JACOB S. KITTLE, from December 8,

1862, to May 31, 1863.
ADOLPHUS WAGNER, from May 31 to

August 25, 1863.
EMANUEL M. LEDERER. from August

26, 1863, to March 21, 1864.
THOMAS J. ADDI, from March 28 to June

24, 1864.

OF COMPAXY D.
Captains:

JOSEPH SCHMIDT. May 28, 1861.
JOHN B. JUEXGER, from July , 1861, i

June 30, 1862.
ROBERT C, SHRIBER, from November

12. 1862, to March 16, 1863.
THOMAS NIEDZIELSKI, from March 19

to May 31, 1863.
RUDOLPH SCHWICKARDI, from May

31, 1863, to March 3, 1864.
PLETUS A. FIELD, from September 30 to

December 13, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

GIOVANNI MARCO COLAXI, from May
28 to August 28, 1861.

JOHN B. JUENGER. from June to July,
1861.

ALPHONSE PASQUET, from July or Au-
gust to September 13, 1861.

CARL HEINRICH LINDNER, from 5
tember 12. 1861, to .

ALBERT JORDAN., from to .

EMIL HOLLINDE, from November or
December, 1861, to May i, 1862.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



ALBERT JORDAN, from May or June to

June 15, 1862.
BERNHARD FRANZ, from May or June

to November 12, 1862.
HEINRICH DIETRICH, from October 18,

1862, to May 31, 1863.
EMIL JOERIN, May 31, 1863.

LEO DOERNDINGER from June ,

1863, to June 24, 1864.

MAGNUS BADER, from July 4 to Novem-
ber 21, 1863.
BARON W. BRIGGS, from September 28,

1864, to April 22, 1865.

KILIAEN VAN RENSSELAER, from
April 30 to June 7, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:



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