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20, 1863, at New York city: subsequent
service in :6th Artillery; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, February 24, 1862,



1842



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



with rank from February 14, 1862, vice
J. H. Fleming, promoted; First Lieuten-
ant, October 20, 1862, with rank from
September 30, 1862, vice R. H. Morris,
promoted.

PRESCOTT, CHARLES W., age 30 years;
enrolled April 23, 1861, at New York
city to serve two years; mustered in as
Second Lieutenant, Company F, May 4,
1861; promoted Captain, Company D,
August i, 1861; discharged, September
3. 1862; commissioned Second Lieuten-
ant, July 4, 1861, with rank from May 13,
1861, original; Captain, August 9, 1861,
with rank from June 13, 1861, vice
Wright, resigned.

RANKIN, THOMAS, age 26 years; en-
rolled May 3, 1861, at New York city to
serve two years; mustered in as Corporal,
Company H, May 4, 1861 ; promoted Ser-
geant, June 10, 1861; First Sergeant, De-
cember 22, 1861; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant. March 18, 1863; mustered out
with company, May 20, 1863, at New
York city; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, March 17, 1863, with rank from
December 28, 1862, vice M. J. Graham,
promoted.

RODRIGUEZ, JOSEPH C, age 30 years;
enrolled May 3, 1861, at New York city
to serve two years; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company H, May 4, 1861; dis-
charged, December 29, 1862; subsequent
service in Veteran Reserve Corps; com-
missioned Captain, July 4, 1861, with rank
from May 13, 1861, original.

ROSSELL, JR., WILLIAM H., age 24
years; enrolled at Riker's island to serve
two years, and mustered in as Private,
Company I, May 27, 1861; promoted
First Lieutenant, May 31, 1861; trans-
ferred to Company H, February 3, 1862;
discharged, February 15, 1862, at Roanoke
Island, N. C. ; commissioned First Lieu-
tenant, July 4, 1861, with rank from May
13, 1861, original.

SHIELDS, JOHN R., age 19 years; en-
rolled May 3, 1861, at New York city to
serve two years; mustered in as Private,
Company K, May 4, 1861 ; promoted Cor-
poral in 1861; First Sergeant, December
I, 1862; mustered in as Second Lieuten-
ant, March 16, 1863; mustered out with
company, May 20, 1863, at New York



city; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
March 4, 1863, with rank from January
30, 1863, vice J. B. Horner, promoted.

SILYA, FRANCIS A., age - - years; en-
rolled to serve two years, and appointed
First Lieutenant, Company K, May 13,
1861; transferred to 1st Infantry, July 31,
1861; commissioned First Lieutenant,
July 4, 1861, with rank from May 13,
1861, original.

STINER, JOSEPH N., age 28 years; en-
rolled May 3, 1861, at New York city to
serve two years; mustered in as Captain,
Company K, May 4, 1861 ; discharged,
July 30, 1861; commissioned Captain,
July 4, 1861, with rantc from May 13,

1861, original.

VOGT, ALEXANDER W., age 21 years;
enrolled April 23, 1861, at New York city
to serve two years; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company E, May 4, 1861 ; pro-
moted Corporal, September 26, 1861; Ser-
geant, January 21, 1862; First Sergeant,
February 12, 1862; Second Lieutenant,
August 10, 1862; mustered out with com-
pany. May 20, 1863, at New York city;
commissioned Sec d Lieutenant, Octo-
ber 4, 1862, with rank from August 10,

1862, vice J. L. Donaldson, promoted.
WEBSTER, ALMER PRESTON, age 20

years; enrolled May 3, 1861, at New York
city to serve two years; mustered in as
First Lieutenant, Company G, May 4,
1861; wounded in action, February 8, 1862,
at Roanoke Island, N. C.; transferred to
Company A, April 18, 1862; mustered in
as Captain, Company D, September 3,
1862; mustered out with company, May
20, 1863, at New York city; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, July 4, 1861, with
rank from May 13, 1861, original; Cap-
tain, January 28, 1863, with rank from
September 3, 1862, vice Charles W.
Prescott, resigned.

WHITE, JOHN P. P., age years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as Assistant Sur-
geon, May 16, 1861; promoted Surgeon,
loth Infantry, May 13, 1862; commis-
sioned Assistant Surgeon, July 4, 1861,
with rank from May 13, 1861, original.

WHITING, JR., JAMES R., age years;
enrolled to serve two years, and ap-
pointed First Lieutenant, Company K,
September 3, 1861; promoted Captain,



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



1843



November 23, 1861; discharged, Septem-
ber 30, 1862; see 9th Infantry, reorganiz-
ing; commissioned First Lieutenant,
September 3, 1861, with rank of same
date, original; Captain, November 23,
1861, with rank from August 18, 1861, vice
H. \V. Copcutt, resigned.



WRIGHT, HENRY, age 21 years; en-
rolled April 23, 1861, at New York city
to serve two years; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company D, May 4, 1861; dis-
charged, August 9, 1861; commissioned
Captain, July 4, 1861, with rank from
May 13, 1861, original.



NINTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.

Reorganizing.

May 29, 1863, Maj. E. Jardine received authority to reorganize the gth Infantry, mus-
tered out May 20, 1863, by reason of expiration of its term of service, for a three years'
service. The men enlisted served in New York city during the Draft Riots in July,
1863, under Major Jardine, who was wounded, and in consequence unable to effect the
reorganization. October 14, 1863, the men so far enlisted were transferred to the i~th
Veteran Infantry, and the reorganization discontinued.

To assist in the reorganization the following were appointed but not commissioned
by the Governor :



Colonel.

EDWARD JARDINE, late Major. 9th In-
fantry (ist); May 29, 1863; out, October
14, 1863; wounded in the Draft Riots in
New York city in July, 1863; see I7th
Veteran Infantry.

Lieutenant-Colonel.

WILLIAM G. BARNETT, late Captain,
9th Infantry (ist); May 29, 1863; out, Oc-
tober 14, 1863; see I7th Veteran Infantry.

Major.

JAMES R. WHITING, JR., late Captain,
9th Infantry (ist); May 29, 1863; out, Oc-
tober 14, 1863.



Adjutant.

GEORGE A. C. BARNETT, late Adju-
tant, 9th Infantry (ist); May 29, 1863;
out, October 14, 1863; see I7th Veteran
Infantry.

Quartermasters.

CHARLES KNOWLTON, declined.
JOHN B. PANNES, June 5, 1863; out. Oc-
tober 14, 1863; see 1 7th Veteran Infantry.

Surgeon.

WILLIAM L. HARDING, late Assistant
Surgeon, 9th Infantry (ist); June 30,
1863; out, October 14, 1863.



TENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).

National Guard Zouaves; McChesney Zouaves.

This regiment, Col. Waters W. McChesney, was accepted and designated by the State
May 15, 1861. It was organized in New York city, and the companies were mustered in
the service of the United States for two years : A and B, April 27 ; C, D, E, F, G and H,
April 30; I and K, May 2 and 7, 1861, respectively. At the expiration of its term of
service the three years' men were formed into a battalion of four companies -
and D under Maj. George F. Hopper, and May 7, 1863, the regiment, under Col. John
E. Bendix, was honorably discharged and mustered out at New York city, while the
battalion continued in service. Companies E and F, mustered in the United States service
for three years, joined the battalion in April, 1864. June 15, 1865, Companies L and M,
8th N. Y. Volunteer Artillery, became, by transfer, Companies H and G of the battalion,
a Company I was formed of the men of Companies B, C and E, and a Company K of the
men of Companies A, D and F, 8th N. Y. Volunteer Artillery, not mustered out with



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



their regiment ; a few of the men of these last six companies were also transferred to the
original six companies of the battalion. June 20, 1865, Company F received, by transfer,
15 men of the i6ih X. Y. Volunteer Cavalry.

The companies were recruited principally: A the original National Guard Zouaves
I and K at New York city; B in Troy; C the Volunteer State Zouaves D, E, G
and H in New York city; F Morgan State Zouaves in Brooklyn; second Companies
E and F in New York city.

The regiment left the State, June 6, 1861, and served at and near Fort Monroe, Va.,
from June 7, 1861 ; at Norfolk, Va., 7th Corps, from May, 1862; in the 3d Brigade, 2d
Division, 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac, from June 7, 1862; in the 3d Brigade, 3d
Division, 2d Corps, from September 24, 1862; as Provost Guard of General Sumner's
Grand Division, Army of the Potomac, from December 7, 1862; in 3d Brigade, 3d Division,
2d Corps, Army of the Potomac, from December 26, 1862 ; the battalion as Provost Guard,
3d Division, 2d Corps, from April 27, 1863 ; with 2d Brigade, 3d Division, 2d Corps,
from June, 1863; and in the 3d Brigade, 2d Division, 2d Corps, from March, 1864. The
regiment, commanded by Col. Joel B. Baker, was honorably discharged and mustered out,
June 30, 1865, at Munson's Hill, Va.

During its service it lost by death, killed in action, 4 officers, 77 enlisted men; of
wounds received in action, 2 officers, 47 enlisted men ; of disease and other causes, 3
officers, 86 enlisted men; total, 9 officers, 210 enlisted men; aggregate, 219; of whom, 8
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.


Oflicers.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Fletcher's Wharf, Pocomoco, Va


1861.
July 30

31
1862.
May 10
June 13
June 25-
July 2
June 2 7

3
July i

Aug. 27-
Sept. 2
Aug. 30
Sept. 17
19
20
Dec. 11-15
1863.
May 1-3
July 1-3
Oct. 14
14
15
Nov. 26-
Dec. 2
Nov. 27
1864.
Feb. 6
May 5-7
8-21

10
I 2

18

22-26

27-31

June i- i 2

June 15-
April 2,
1865. .




















Cherry Stone Inlet, Va




















Tranter's Creek and Norfolk, Va




















Old Church Va




















Seven Days' Battle Va










4


38


i


69


123






8




2


Malvern Cliff


Malvern Hill




i






Harrison's Landing, Va










Gen Pope's Campaign Va


i


22




ii


2


53


2


25


US


Bull Run


Antietam, Md


Black or Boteler's Ford, Va




















Near Shepherdstown, Va




















Fredericksburg, Va


2


7


i


5


6


42


....


4


67


Chancellorsville, Va


Gsttysburg Pa




2








4






6


Auburn Va












Bristoe Station, Va


















i


Blackburn's Ford


















Mine Run Campaign Va




















Robertson's Tavern


Morton's Ford Va








i
6


I-


2

Si

39






3

95

61


^ ilderness Va




17







18
6


Spotsylvania Court House Va


Laurel Hill Va


I


6

i


i


5


The Salient


Landron House






North Anna, Va










Totopotomoy, Va












i
14

IQ






3
36

.TI


Cold Harbor Va




i
S

4




2

3
8


}








Before Petersburg, Va









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1845



PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


o

-i-i
rt
U
o

M

ta
<


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Odicers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.




1864.
June 15-19
21-23
July 27-29
Aug. 1418

25
Oct. 27-28
1865.
Feb. 5-7
Mar. 28-
April 9
Mar. 29-31
April 2
7
7
9








2




2






4














































I
II

3






I
17
8

2

s

I






i










5
4


Boydton Plank Road Va








J
















i


\ppomattox Campaign Va










i


4






White Oak Rid<*e


Pall of Petersburg


High Bridge








I








Appomattox Court House




Total loss




















4


77


2


47


19


285


3


131


568







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.

WATERS W. McCHESNEY, from May

2 to September i, 1861.
JOHN E. BENDIX, from September 2,

1861, to May 7, 1863.
JOEL B. BAKER, from June 5 to June

30, 1865.

Lieutenant-Colonels.
ALEXANDER B. ELDER, from May 2

to October 31, 1861.
JOHN W. MARSHALL, from October

31, 1861, to May 7, 1863.

GEORGE F. HOPPER, from January 5,

1864, to June 30, 1865.
ANTHONY S. WOODS, from June 4 to

June 30, 1865.

Majors.

JOHN W. MARSHALL, from May 2 to

October 31, 1861.
JOHN MISSING, from January 8, 1862,

to May 7, 1863.
GEORGE F. HOPPER, from May i,

1863, to January 5. 1864.
ANTHONY S. WOODS, from April 20,

1864, to June 4, 1865.

Adjutants.
FRED M. PATRICK, from May 2, 1861,

to January 27, 1862.
A. FRANK OSBON, from January 10 to

September 12, 1862.
JOHN A. BRADY, from September 12,

1862, to January 10, 1863.



HENRY V. MARTIN, from February 20

to May 7, 1863.
CHARLES W. COWTAN, from June 18,

1863, to June 30, 1865.

Quartermasters.

JAMES BIDDLE, from May 2 to Au-
gust 31, 1861.
AARON SEELEY, from September 16,

1861, to June 20, 1862.

CHARLES HILL, from June 21, 1862, to

May 7, 1863.
WILLIAM H. H. WILCOX, from May

8, 1863, to February 21, 1865.
UNDERHILL J. COVERT, acting, from

October, 1864, to February, 1865.
WILLIAM F. BEERS, from March 26

to June 30, 1865.

Surgeons.
JOHN W. HUNT, from June 26, 1861, to

May 24, 1862.
JOHN P. P. WHITE, from May 27, 1862,

to February 27, 1863.
BROWER GESNER, from April 9, 1863,

to February 9, 1865.
ROBERT O. CRAIG, from March 18 to

June 30, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.
FRANK W. DOOLITTLE, from June

26, 1861, to August 29, 1862.
ORSAMUS SMITH, from August 15,

1862, to May 7, 1863.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



AMOS EDWARD VAN DUSER, from
October 18, 1862, to June I, 1863.

RICHARD H. PALMER, from May 2 to
December 4, 1864.

CHARLES H. BAKER, from January
24 to June 30, 1865.

Chaplain.

JOSHUA COOK, from June 5 to June 30,
1865.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:
FRANK J. WHITE, from April 27 to

October n, 1861.
THOMAS J. WILDES, from December

19, 1861, to May 7, 1863.

GEORGE M. DEWEY, from April 26,

1863, to October 13, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

ALFRED CHAMBERLIN, from April

27, 1861, to July 9, 1862.
GEORGE FRANCIS TAIT, from July 8,

1862, to April 26, 1863.
FRANK M. CLARK, from February 25

to October 19, 1864.
DUGALD GILKESON, from May 25 to

June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JAMES C. JONES, from April 27 to Sep-
tember 16, 1861,
DEWITT CLINTON, from November

20, 1861, to October 8, 1862.
FRANK M. CLARK, from April 27, 1863,

to February 25, 1864.
GEORGE HACKETT, from March 3,

1864, to May 15, 1865.

CHARLES EAGAN, from May 27 to
June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:

JAMES FAIRMAN, from April 27 to
May 28, 1861.

MATHEW W. BERRIMAN, from June
i to September 30, 1861.

THOMAS SKELDING, from November
16, 1861, to January 16, 1862.

ROBERT A. DIMMICK, from June 10,
1862, to May 7, 1863.

GEORGE FRANCIS TAIT, from April
26, 1863, to August 16, 1864.

EDWARD D. VAN WINKLE, from Oc-
tober 13, 1864, to June 30, 1865.



First Lieutenants:

ROBERT A. DIMMICK, from April 26

to November 12, 1861.
THOMAS CULHANE, from November

22, 1861, to May 7, 1863.
ALBERT C. RISLEY, from January 17

to May 3, 1865.
EDWARD H. TAYLOR, from June 5 to

June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

THOMAS CULHANE, from April 27 to
November 22, 1861.

HENRY A. SPENCER, from November
12, 1861, to July 15, 1862.

JAMES M. SMITH, from July 24 to De-
cember 18, 1862.

JAMES WHITELAW, from January i,
1863, to May 7, 1863.

EDWARD D. VAN WINKLE, from
April 26, 1863, to February 25, 1864.

WILLIAM F. BEERS, from August 26
to October 13, 1864.

UNDERHILL J. COVERT, from Octo-
ber 13, 1864, to June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains:
ALEXANDER B. ELDER, from April

26 to May 2, 1861.
THOMAS J. LOUTHER, from April 30,

1861, to May 7, 1863.

PUTNAM FIELD, from April 26, 1863,
to June 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
THOMAS J. LOUTHER, from April 26

to April 30, 1861.
WILLIAM LEE MONEGAN, from April

30, 1861, to July 12, 1862.
GABRIEL CUNNINGHAM, from July 12,

1862, to May 7, 1863.

HARVEY Y. RUSSELL, from April 26,

1863, to May 15, 1864.

EDWARD D. VAN WINKLE, from Feb-
ruary 25 to October 13, 1864.
WILLIAM F. BEERS, from October 13,

1864, to March 26, 1865.

SAMUEL MINNES, from May 25 to June
30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

WILLIAM LEE MONEGAN, from April
26 to April 30, 1861.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



1847



GABRIEL CUNNINGHAM, from April
30, 1861, to July 12, 1862.

JAMES M. SMITH, from July 12 to July
24, 1862.

JOSIAH HEDDEN, from July 23 to Au-
gust 30, 1862.

JAMES N. YARDLEY, from , to

November i, 1862.

JOHN HIGGINS, from November i, 1862,
to May 7, 1863.

MICHAEL KEEGAN, from April 26,

1863, to June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY D.
Captains:

JOHN W. MARSHALL, from April 30 to

May 2, 1861.
THOMAS CLOWDSLY, from April 30,

1861, to March 21, 1862.

JOHN H. MINER, from March 21 to

July 9, 1862.
CHARLES D. STOCKING, from July 9,

1862, to May 7, 1863.

OSCAR F. ANGELL, from March 3 to

May 14, 1864.
HARVEY Y. RUSSELL, from March 15,

1864, to July 4, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

THOMAS CLOWDSLY, April 30, 1861.
JOHN H. MINER from April 30, 1861,

to March 21, 1862.
CHARLES D. STOCKING, from March

21 to July 8, 1862.
NORWOOD A. HALSEY, from August

14, 1862, to May 7, 1863.
OSCAR F. ANGELL, from June 18, 1863,

to March 3, 1864.
GEORGE W. HALSTEAD, from May 31,

1864, to June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JOHN H. MINER, from April 26 to April
30, 1861.

VOLNEY WRIGHT, from April 30 to Au-
gust 9, 1861.

NORWOOD A. HALSEY, from Septem-
ber 13, 1861. to August 14. 1862.

FRED C. HAMILTON, from July 9 to
December 10, 1862.

JAMES L. BORLAND, from December
ii. 1862, to May 7, 1863.

OSCAR F. ANGELL, from April 26 to
June 18, 1863.



GEORGE W. HALSTEAD, from April 27,
1863, to May 31, 1864.

BERNARD BRADY, from June 7 to Oc-
tober 13, 1864.

DUGALD GILKESON. from December
27, 1864, to May 25, 1865.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:

JOHN MISSING, from April 30, 1861, to

January 8, 1862.
FRED M. PATRICK, from January 27 to

July 8, 1862.
ALFRED CHAMBERLIN, from July 9,

1862, to May 7, 1863.
JOSEPH LAFUIRA, from April 27, 1864,

to June 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

EDGAR A. BROWN, from April 30 to

October 3, 1861.
SEPTIMUS CARNCROSS, from October

3, 1861, to September 18, 1862.
WILLIAM H. MONK, from April 27 to

May 18, 1864.
BERNARD BRADY, from October 13,

1864, to June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

DANIEL FINLEY, from April 30 to Au-
gust 29, 1861.

JAMES R. SMITH, from September 21,
1861, to December 4, 1862.

WILLIAM H. H. WILCOX. from De-
cember 5, 1862. to May 8, 1863.

SAMUEL MINNES. from December 27,
1864, to May 25, 1865.

FRANCIS L. MEADE, from May 27 to
June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY F.

Captains:

SALMON WINCHESTER, from April

30, 1861, to December 16, 1862.
GEORGE M. DEWEY, from December

18, 1862, to January I, 1863.
THOMAS DERBYSHIRE MOSSCROP,

from January i to January 10, 1863.
JOHN A. BRADY, from January 10 to

May 7, 1863.
PETER HENRY, from April 30, 1864, to

May 17, 1865.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



First Lieutenants:

RUFUS FARNSWORTH, from April 30

to October 4, 1861.
THOMAS DERBYSHIRE MOSSCROP,

from October 4, 1861, to October i, 1862.
ALPHONSE BIETRY, from October 25,

1862, to May 7, 1863.
HARVEY CURTIS, from September 10,

1864, to June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

THOMAS DERBYSHIRE MOSSCROP,
from April 26 to October 4, 1861.

LEONARD M. BERGEN, from October
4, 1861, to May 7, 1863.

HARVEY CURTIS, from June 17 to Sep-
tember 10, 1864.

WILLIAM N. SKIDMORE, from Sep-
tember 10, 1864, to June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY G.
Captains:

JOSEPH NEWBURGH, from April 30,

1861, to May 7, 1863.
JOHN R. COOPER, from June 5 to June

30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

FRANK C. STOTT, from April 30 to Oc-
tober 23, 1861.
CHARLES HILL, from November 21,

1861, to June 21, 1862.

HARVEY Y. RUSSELL, from June 21,

1862. to April 26, 1863.

MICHAEL METZGER, from June 5 to
June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

CHARLES HILL, from April 30 to No-
vember 21, 1861.

HARVEY Y. RUSSELL, from November
21, 1861, to June 21, 1862.

ALPHONSE BIETRY, from June 30 to
October 25, 1862.

JAMES N. YARDLEY, from September

I to , 1862. and from November i

to December 13, 1862.

OSCAR F. ANGELL, from January I to
April 26, 1863.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:
GEORGE F. HOPPER, from April 30,

1861, to May i, 1863.

GEORGE H. ROBERTSON, from June
5 to June 30, 1865.



First Lieutenants:

EUGENE F. ROBERTS, from April 30

to October 23, 1861.
THEODORE H. ROGERS, from October

23, 1861, to May 7, 1863.
I.EROY WILLIAMS, from June 5 to June

30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

THEODORE H. ROGERS, from April
30 to October 23, 1861.

ADOLPH A. SCHEIDLER, from De-
cember 20, 1861, to October 26, 1862.

HENRY V. MARTIN, from October 25,
1862, to February 20, 1863.

JOHN H. MURRAY, from February 20
to May 7, 1863.

EUGENE K. SAGE, from June 5 to June
30, 1865.

OF COMPANY I.
Captains:

JAMES HENRY BRIGGS, from May 2,

1861, to May 7, 1863.
SAMUEL B. DENSMORE, from June 5

to June 30, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

THOMAS J. WILDES, from May 2 to

December 19, 1861.
GEORGE M. DEWEY, from October 31,

1861, to December 18, 1862.

JAMES M. SMITH, from December 18,

1862, to May 7, 1863.

JOSEPH CLAPSADDLE, from June 5
to June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

GEORGE M. DEWEY, from May 2 to
October 31, 1861.

CHARLES D. STOCKING, from De-
cember 30, 1861, to March 21, 1862.

JOHN A. BRADY, from March 26 to
September 12, 1862.

WILLIAM H. JOHNSON, from October
16. 1862, to May 7. 1863.

CHARLES T. BEHAN, from June 5 to
June 30, 1865.

OF COMPANY K.
Captains:

GEORGE GRANVILLE RICHARD-
SON, from May 2, 1861, to September
30, 1862.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



1849



THOMAS DERBYSHIRE MOSSCROP,
from October I, 1862, to January i, 1863.

GEORGE M. DEWEY, from January i
to April 26, 1863.

First Lieutenants:

EDWARD GREENWOOD, from May 2
to September 13, 1861.

FRANCIS A. MORRELL, from Septem-
ber 13, 1861, to February 4, 1863.

PUTNAM FIELD, from February 23 to
April 26, 1863.

HENRY A. BOTSFORD, from June 5 to
June 30, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

EDWIN A. WILCOX, from May 2 to Oc-
tober 23, 1861.

DEWITT CLINTON, from November i
to November 20, 1861.

GEORGE FRANCIS TAIT, from Novem-
ber 26, 1861, to July 8, 1862.

PUTNAM FIELD, from July 8, 1862, to
February 23, 1863.

CHARLES W. COWTAN, from February
23 to June 5, 1863.

WILLIAM A. GEORGE, from June 5 to
June 30, 1865.

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

HOPPER, GEORGE F., as Colonel.

YEAMANS, JOSEPH, as Colonel.

COWTAN, CHARLES W., as Major.

GESNER, BROWER, as Surgeon (2d).

MATCHETT, WILLIAM B., as Chaplain.

COWTAN, CHARLES W., as Captain.

DEWEY, GEORGE M., as Captain (2d).

RUSSELL, HARVEY Y., as First Lieu-
tenant (2d).

SCHEFFNER, LOUIS, as First Lieuten-
ant.

SCHEIDLER, ADOLPH A., as First
Lieutenant.

WAIT, GEORGE ADDISON, as First
Lieutenant.

BAVY, JOSEPH M., as Second Lieuten-
ant.

VANDERPOOL, WILLIAM H., as Sec-
ond Lieutenant.

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

BROWER, HORACE C, Sergeant, Com-
pany D, Second Lieutenant.



HIGGINS, JAMES, Corporal, Company
F, Second Lieutenant.

Record of the Officers.

ANGELL, OSCAR F., age 26 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve two
years, and mustered in as First Sergeant,
Company A, April 27, 1861 ; returned to
Sergeant, February 16, 1862; captured in
action, June 27, 1862, at Gaines Mill,
Va. ; paroled, October 4, 1862; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, Company G,
January i, 1863; transferred to Company
D, April 26, 1863; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, June 18, 1863; as Captain,
March 3, 1864; wounded in action, May
10, 1864, at Spotsylvania, Va.; died, of
his wounds, May 14, 1864; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, December 23, 1862,
with rank from December 13, 1862, vice
Yardley, killed in action; First Lieuten-
ant, June 6, 1863, with rank from April
26, 1863, original; Captain, February 27,

1864, with rank from February 25, 1864,
original.

BAKER, CHARLES H., age 45 years; en-
rolled January g, 1865, near Petersburg,
Va., to serve three years; mustered in as
Assistant Surgeon, January 24, 1865;
mustered out with regiment, June 30,

1865, at Munson's Hill, Va. ; commis-
sioned Assistant Surgeon, January 13,
1865, with rank from January 9, 1865,
vice R. H. Palmer, deceased.

BAKER, JOEL B., Colonel, 8th Artillery;
transferred to this regiment, June 5,
1865; mustered out with regiment, June
30, 1865, at Munson's Hill, Va.; com-



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