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Second Lieutenant, Company F, August
14. 1862; transferred to Company B in
November or December, 1862; dis-
missed. January 10, 1863; dismissal re-
voked, March 30, 1863, and honorably
discharged, to date January 10. 1863;
subsequent service in 8oth Infantry;
not commissioned Second Lieutenant;
commissioned, not mustered, First Lieu-
tenant, June 6, 1863, with rank from
March 27, 1863. vice A. Pasquet, dis-
charged.

SUTTER. CARL, age 27 years: enrolled
May 17, 1861, in Company I at New
York city to serve three years: mus-
tered in as Sergeant. Company D. May
28, 1861; returned to ranks and trans-
ferred to Company G in September,
1861; to Company D, May 31, 1863: pro-
moted First Sergeant, July i, 1863;
mustered in as Second Lieutenant, No-
vember 21, 1863; captured in action. De-
cember i, 1863: paroled and exchanged,
no date; discharged, December 19, 1864;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, No-
vember 13, 1863, with rank from July
3. 1863. vice M. Bader, promoted.

SWIFT, FORSTER, age years: en-
rolled Ma> 28, 1861, at New York city



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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to serve three years; mustered in as
Assistant Surgeon, June 6, 1861; mus-
ter-in revoked as of date of muster-in;
see 8th Militia: not commissioned.

TAKATS, FRANCIS, age 35 years: en-
rolled at New York cit}- to serve three
years, and mustered in, May 28, 1861, as
Captain, Company G, which became
Company F, June 30, 1861 ; discharged,
November 19, 1861; not commissioned.

TASSILLIER, LOUIS, age 39 years: en-
rolled April 27, 1861, at New York city
to serve three years; mustered in as
Captain, Company K, subsequently
Company F. and later Company G.
May 28, 1861; dishonorably discharged,
August 27, 1861; not commissioned.

TENNER, LOUIS, age 29 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in, May 28, 1861, as
Second Lieutenant. Company G. which
became Company F, June 30. 1861: dis-
charged. July 26, 1861; not commis-
sioned.

TORRENS, JOSEPH, age 40 years: en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in, May 28, 1861, as
Captain. Company D, which became
Company I, June 30. 1861: discharged,
December 21, 1861; subsequent service
in Independent Corps, Light Infantry;
commissioned Captain. September 14,
1861, with rank from May 28, 1861,
original.

TREMPER. ROBERT A., age 23 years:
enrolled August 20. 1862, at Brooklyn
to serve three years; mustered in as
Corporal, Company H, I39th Infantry.
September 9. 1862: returned to Private.
January 24. 1863: mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, Company K. this regiment,
February 12. 1864: as First Lieutenant,
Company G, same date: transferred to
Company A, April 10. 1864: wounded in
action, May 18, 1864, at Spotsylvania, Ya.;
mustered out with company. June 24.
1864. at New York city: commissioned
Second Lieutenant. December 24, 1863,
with rank from December 18. 1863. orig-
inal; First Lieutenant, March 30. 1864,
with rank from February 8. 1864, vice
T. AY. Funk, promoted.

TRIPPE, TAMES M.. age 23 years: en-
rolled January 6, 1864. at New York
city to serve three years: mustered in



as Captain. Company E, January 20,
1864; wounded in action, May 5, 1864, at
the \Yilderness, Va.; captured in action,
August 25, 1864. at Ream's Station, Va.;
paroled and exchanged, no dates; dis-
charged, March 30, 1865, to accept com-
mission in U. S. Colored Troops; com-
missioned Captain, January 8, 1864, with
rank from January 6, 1864, original.

TUTTLE, PHILO J-, age 43 years; en-
rolled and mustered in iSsth Infantry,
September 22, 1864, at Bombay to serve
one year; transferred as Private to
Company D, this regiment, September
28, 1864; mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant. September 30, 1864; dishonor-
ablj- discharged, December 22, 1864;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, De-
cember 17, 1864, with rank from Sep-
tember 21, 1864, original.

VALENTINE, JOHN E,. age 29 years;
First Sergeant, ijth Mass. Volunteers;
mustered in as First Lieutenant, Com-
pany I, this regiment, April 16, 1864;
wounded in action, May 6, 1864, at the
"Wilderness, Va.; transferred to Com-
pany E, no date; discharged for disa-
bility from wounds, July 28, 1864; com-
missioned First Lieutenant, April 7,
1864. with rank from April 6, 1864, vice
D. D. \Vhitlock, declined.

VAN RENSSELAER, KILIAEN, age 19
years; enrolled January 9, 1864, at New
York city to serve three years; mus-
tered in as First Lieutenant, Company
I, January 20. 1864; transferred to Com-
pany E in March, 1864; to Company
D, April 30, 1865; mustered out with
compam-. June /, 1865. near Alexandria,
Va. ; commissioned First Lieutenant,
January 9, 1864, with rank of same date,
vice J. McE. Hyde, appointed Adjutant.

VENUTI, ED\YARD. age 36 years: en-
rolled and mustered in as Captain, Com-
pany H. October 7. 1861; transferred to
Company C in March or April, 1862;
to Company G in July. 1862: discharged,
to date October 8. 1862; subsequent ser-
vice in 52d Infantry: commissioned
Captain. January 27. 1862. with rank
from December 21, 1861, vice J. Tor-
rens. discharged.

VIAL. FELIX, age 33 years: enrolled at
New York city to serve three years.
and mustered in as Private. Company



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E, April 6, 1864; wounded in action.
May 6, 1864, at the Wilderness, Va.;
promoted Corporal, October i, 1864;
Sergeant, December i, 1864; First Ser-
geant, December 31, 1864; mustered out,
to date July I, 1865, at New York city;
commissioned, not mustered, Second
Lieutenant, June 16, 1865, with rank
from June I, 1865, vice J. Clements,
promoted.

VON SCHONDORF, CONRAD, age 35
years; enrolled May 3, 1861, at New
York city to serve three years; mus-
tered in, May 28, 1861, as First Lieuten-
ant, Company F, which became Com-
pany K, June 30, 1861; transferred to
Company B, no date; to Company K in
August, 1861; promoted Captain, no
date; discharged, July 6, 1862; not com-
missioned First Lieutenant; commis-
sioned Captain, September 14, 1861, with
rank from May 28, 1861, original.

VON UNWERTH, A. H., age 45 years;
enrolled May 10, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in
as Captain, Company B, May 28, 1861;
discharged, August 28, 1861; not com-
missioned.

WAGNER, ADOLPHUS, age 20 years;
enrolled May 17, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in.
May 28, 1861, as Private, Company F,
which became Company K, June 30,
1861: promoted Sergeant in July or Au-
gust, 1861; Sergeant-Major, November
12, 1862; mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company K, December 17, 1862;
transferred to Companies D and C,
May 31, 1863; wounded in action, July
3, 1863, and died, of his wounds, Au-
gust 25, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa.; com-
missioned Second Lieutenant, February
23, 1863, with rank from December 17,
1862, vice S. Ronzone, discharged.

WARING, JR., GEORGE E., age 28
years; enrolled May 28, 1861, at New
York city to serve three years; mus-
tered in as Major, June 6, 1861; dis-
charged, August 3, 1861; not commis-
sioned.

WEEKEY, ANTHONY, age 28 years;
enrolled May i, 1861, at New York city
to serve three years; mustered in, May
28, 1861, as First Lieutenant, Company
C, which became Company A, June 30,



1861; promoted Captain, Company F,
July 15, 1861; mustered in as Major,
February i, 1862; died, April 28, 1862,
in hospital at Winchester, Va.; not
commissioned First Lieutenant; com-
missioned Captain, September 14, 1861,
with rank from August 28, 1861, orig-
inal; Major, February 24, 1862, with
rank from January 24, 1862, vice C.
Wiegand, discharged.

WHITLOCK, DANIEL D., commis-
sioned, not mustered, declined, First
Lieutenant, January 8, 1864, with rank
from January 6, 1864, original.

WIEGAND, CHARLES, age 33 years;
enrolled May 3, 1861, at New York city
to serve three years; mustered in, May
28, 1861, as Captain, Company F, which
became Company K, June 30, 1861;
mustered in as Major, August 2, 1861;
discharged, January 24, 1862; not com-
missioned Captain; commissioned Ma-
jor, September 14, 1861, with rank from
August 28, 1861, original.

WILM, OTTO, age 37 years; enrolled
December 3, 1862, at Union Mills, Va.,
to serve three years; mustered in as
Second Lieutenant, Company I, Decem-
ber 19, 1862; transferred to Company
A, May 31, 1863; discharged for disabil-
ity, July 31, 1863; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, December 23, 1862, with
rank from December 19, 1862, vice E.
Joerin, promoted.

WILSON, JOSEPH, age 19 years; en-
rolled December 12, 1863, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in
as Second Lieutenant, Company F, Jan-
uary 30, 1864; wounded in action, June
7, 1864, at Cold Harbor, Va.; discharged
for disability from wounds, October 5,
1864; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
December 17, 1863, with rank from De-
cember 12, 1863, original; First Lieu-
tenant, not mustered, June 10, 1864, with
rank from May 17, 1864, vice T. M.
Hand, promoted.

WOLFF, FREDERICK, age 32 years; en-
rolled December u, 1861, at Washington,
D. C, to serve three years ; mustered in
as Surgeon, December 27, 1861 ; mustered
out, April 17, 1864, at Stevensburg, Va.,
to accept appointment as Assistant Sur-
geon, U. S. Volunteers; commissioned
Surgeon, December 23, 1861, with rank



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



2213



from December 21, 1861, vice L. Zander,
discharged.

WOODBURY, EDWARD W., age 21
years ; enrolled at New York city to serve
three years, and mustered in, May 28,

1861, as Sergeant, Company D, which be-
came Company I, June 30, 1861 ; promoted
First Sergeant, July 24, 1861 ; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, Company A,
July 31, 1862; as First Lieutenant, Com-
pany E, October 17, 1862; discharged,
March 23, 1863 ; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, August 30, 1862, with rank
from June 23, 1862, vice R. Frixione, dis-
missed; First Lieutenant, December 23,

1862, with rank from October 17, 1862,
vice C. Hoffman, promoted.

WYCKOFF, JAMES S., age 22 years; en-
rolled near Petersburg, Va., to serve three
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company G, July 13, 1864;
wounded in action, August 25, 1864, at
Ream's Station, Va. ; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, October 31, 1864; appointed
Adjutant, January 28, 1865; discharged,
June 2, 1865; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, June 14, 1864, with rank from
June n, 1864, vice T. J. Addi, discharged;
First Lieutenant, November 9, 1864, with
rank from October 5, 1864, vice J. Wilson,
discharged; Adjutant, February 28, 1865,
with rank from February 10, 1865, vice
C. H. Ballou, promoted ; Captain, not
mustered, May u, 1865, with rank from
March 2, 1865, vice J. M. Trippe, dis-
charged.

ZANDER, LEOPOLD, age 41 years; en-



rolled May 17, 1861, at New York city to
serve three years ; mustered in as Sur-
geon, June i, 1861 ; discharged, December
II, 1861 ; commissioned Surgeon, Septem-
ber 14, 1861, with rank from August 28,
1861, original.

ZERDAHELYI, CHARLES, age years;
enrolled May 17, 1861, at New York city
to serve three years, and mustered in as
Private, Company D ; appointed Second
Lieutenant, Company K, July 30, 1862 ;
no further record ; not commissioned.

ZIMMERMAN, CHARLES, age 26 years;
enrolled May i, 1861, at New York city
to serve three years ; mustered in as First
Sergeant, Company E, May 28, 1861 ; as
Second Lieutenant, June I, 1861 ; dis-
charged, January 8, 1862 ; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, September 14, 1861,
with rank from August 28, 1861, original.

ZYLA, ANTHONY P., age 45 years; en-
rolled May 17, 1861, at New York city to
serve three years ; mustered in as Private,
Company E, May 28, 1861 ; transferred to
Company G, no date ; letter of company
changed to F, June 30, 1861 ; transferred
to Company A in July, 1861 ; promoted
Corporal and Sergeant, no dates ; ap-
pointed Chaplain, August 28, 1861 ; mus-
tered in as First Lieutenant, Company A,
March I, 1863; mustered out, June 4,
1863 ; subsequent service in 58th Infantry ;
commissioned Chaplain, September 14,
1861, with rank from August 28, 1861,
original ; First Lieutenant, February 23,
1863, with rank from February 10, 1863,
vice R. Schwickardi, promoted.



FORTIETH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).
Mozart Regiment; United States Constitution Guard.

This regiment, Col. Edward J. Riley, was organized at Yonkers, under the auspices of
the Union Defense Committee of New York city, and under special authority from the War
Department. Originally it was known as the United States Constitution Guard, recruited
in New York city by Col. John S. Cocks, of which the Second Zouaves, an -incomplete
organization, formed part; at the solicitation of the Mozart Hall Committee, it accepted
the designation Mozart Regiment. No more men being accepted from this State, except
through the State authorities, the regiment was completed by taking four companies from
Massachusetts, one B from Newburyport; one G from Milford; one H from
West Cambridge; and one K from Lawrence; and two companies from Pennsylvania.
It was mustered in the service of the United States for three years at Yonkers, the field
and staff July i; Companies A and G June 21; B, C, D, E and F June 14; H and
K June 27; and I June 26, 1861. In August, 1861, the State accepted the regiment and



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



numbered it as above. September 6, 1862, the regiment received by consolidation the en-
listed men of the 87th Infantry, who were assigned principally to Companies E and F.
May 25, 1863, it was consolidated into five companies, B, C, D, F and G, and May 30,
1863, it received by transfer the three years' men of the 38th Infantry, as Companies A,
E and H, and those of the 37th Infantry, as Companies I and K. Company H originally
came from the 55th, and Companies I and K from the loist Infantry. At the expiration of
its term of service, the men entitled thereto were discharged, and the regiment retained in
service, but, July 7, 1864, consolidated into six companies, A, B, C, D, E and F ; Company
F becoming Company A; E Company B; A Company C; C Company D; D Company E;
I Company F ; and Companies B, G, H and K being transferred to the new companies.
August 3, 1864, the members of the 74th Infantry, not mustered out with their regiment,
were assigned to this, forming Companies G and H.

The regiment left the State July 4, 1861 ; served at and near Washington, D. C., from
July 6, 1861 ; near Alexandria, Va., from July 17, iSoi ; in Howard's Brigade, Division of
Potomac, from August 4, 1861 ; in Sedgwick's Brigade, Heintzelman's Division, Army of the
Potomac, from October, 1861 ; in 2d, Birney's Brigade, 3d, Hamilton's Division, 3d Corps,
Army of the Potomac, from March, 1862; in 2d Brigade, ist Division, 3d Corps, Army of
the Potomac, from May, 1862; in the 3d Brigade, ist Division, 3d Corps, Army of the
Potomac, from May, 1863; in the ist Brigade, 3d Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac,
from March, 1864; and was honorably discharged and mustered out, under Col. Madison
M. Cannon, June 27, 1865, near Washington, D. C.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 8 officers, 151 enlisted
men ; of wounds received in action, 2 officers, 76 enlisted men ; of disease and other causes,
3 officers, 169 enlisted men ; total, 13 officers, 396 enlisted men ; aggregate, 409 ; of whom
47 enlisted men died in the hands of the enemy; and it took part in the following engage-
ments, etc. :



PLACB.

j


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


Aggegrate.


Officers.


o

!-'
-M C

Ul CJ

^

w


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


S2

(U

o

a




Enlisted
men.


Siege of Yorktown, Ya


1862.
April 5-
May 4
May 5
May 31-
June i
June 14
June 25-
July 2
June 2 5
29

3

July i

Aug. 26-
Sept. 2
Aug. 29
3
Sept. i
Oct. 4
Dec. 11-15
1863.
May 1-3
July 1-3
23

Oct. 13

IS
Nov. 7
Nov. 26-
Dec. 2
Nov. 27












7

22

78

2

18

i






7
29

96

4
I3

I
147


Williamsburg Va




5

12

I




j

i
i


I

2

V






Fair Oaks, Va




3


Fair Oaks Va


Seven Days' Battle Va




78


Oak Grove










Jourdan's Ford .










Glendale






2


i


Malvern Hill




5


Turkey Bend, Va






Gen Pope's Campaign Va












7


91





26






7

2

5




2

2

5


Bull Run


Chantilly


Conrad's Ferry Va. . .


Fredericksburg, Va


3

i


22

I

22




5

4
14


5

3
4


64

33
lot




24

29
7


133

70
ISO


Chancellorsville Va


Gettysburg Pa


Manassas Gap Va






















Auburn Va








i




i




2


4


Catlett Station Va .








Kelly's Ford Va








I


I"


3
16






4

30


Aline K.un Campaign Va












Locust Grove . .


....1 i




i







REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


Aggregate.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


a

Is

W


E

<u
u

ffi

o


Enlisted
men.


^Vildemess Va


1864.
May 5-7
8-21
9-10

10
12
22-26
27-31

June 1-12
June 15-
April 2
1865.
June 15-19
21-23
July 27-29
Aug. 14-18
Oct. 2
27-28
Dec. 6-i i
1865.
Feb. 5-7
March 25
Mar. 28-
April 9
Mar. 29-31
Apnl 2
6
7
9


i


19

2
I




20


-


6
' 7
>_


130
43

21

3

33

22

I


i
i


36
27

20


213
96

49
8

53

41

3


Spotsylvania Court House Va


Po River




I


Laurel Hill


The Salient


i
i


8
3

2

5
IS
9




6

2

I


North Anna Va


Totopotomoy ... .


Cold Harbor Va






I

2
2


'}"




2
2


Assault of Petersburg Va


Weldon Railroad Va . ....


Deep Bottom Va


i






















Poplar Spring Church Va












I






I

8


Boydton Plank Road Va




I




2




5






Hicksford Raid Va '






Hatcher's Run Va












2

4

7






2
4

II






























I






White Oak Ridge








Pall of Petersburg .








Deatonsville Road




3














Appomattox Court House . . ...








Total loss








8


151


2


7 6


41


710


2


256


1245







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.
JOHN S. COCKS, from June 14 to June

29, 1861.
EDWARD J. RILEY, from July i, 1861,

to June 5, 1862.
THOMAS W. EGAN, from June 5, 1862,

to September 3, 1864.

Lieutenant-Colonels.
THOMAS W. EGAN, from July i, 1861,

to June 5, 1862.
NELSON A. GESNER, from June 5,

1862, to February 23, 1863.

P. ALLEN LINDSAY, from February 23

to July 7, 1863.
AUGUSTUS J. WARNER, from July 7,

1863, to September 5, 1864.
MADISON M. CANNON, from Septem-
ber 15, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

Majors.

RICHARD F. HALSTEAD, from July i,

1861, to May 26, 1862.
ALBERT S. INGALLS, from May 26 to

August n, 1862.



P. ALLEN LINDSAY, from August 12,

1862, to February 23, 1863.
AUGUSTUS J. WARNER, from Febru-
ary 23 to July 7, 1863.

EMMONS F. FLETCHER, from July 7,

1863, to July 18, 1864

MADISON M. CANNON, from Septem-
ber 6 to September 15, 1864.

THOMAS CRAWFORD, from December
6, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

Adjutants.

ALFRED M. RAPHALL, from June 27

to December 3, 1861.
JAMES E. MALLON, from December 3,

1861, to April 9, 1862.
AUGUSTUS J. WARNER, from April 9

to October 13, 1862.
MADISON M. CANNON, from October

14, 1862, to February 24, 1863.
WILLIAM H. GILDER, JR., from Febru-
ary 28, 1863, to October 6, 1864.
EDWIN J. SWEET, acting, from July 2,

1863, to , and from April 15, 1864,

to .



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



ELIPHALET HENDRICKSON, from
October 8, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

Quartermasters.
FREDERICK E. BLISS, from July i,

1861, to June 26, 1862.

BERNARD H. POND, from June 9 to

November , 1862.
ROYAL H. WALLER, from November i,

1862, to September 14, 1863.
EDWARD M. MARSHALL, from Au-
gust 17, 1863, to August 28, 1864.

WILLIAM H. SCAMMELL, from Octo-
ber 14, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

Surgeons.

JOHN HARRY THOMPSON, from July
i to July 19, 1861.

JAMES E. DEXTER, from August 16,
1861, to August 14, 1863.

AUGUSTUS CAMPBELL, from Septem-
ber i, 1863, to June 9, 1864.

OWEN J. EVANS, from June 10, 1864, to
June 27, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.
JAMES E. DEXTER, from June 27 to

August 16, 1861.
CHARLES E. HALSEY, from August 20,

1861, to August 30, 1862.

CHARLES H. PORTER, from August 22,

1862, to February 25, 1863.
OBADIAH ROGERS, from August 26,

1862, to January 13, 1863.
OWEN J. EVANS, from December 26,

1862, to June 10, 1864.
WALTER TOBIN, from May 12, 1863, to

June 27, 1865.

Chaplains.
WILLIAM H. GILDER, SR., from July i,

1861, to April 13, 1864.
BENJAMIN F. SIMPSON, from October

24, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:

MARRIOTT N. CROFTS, from June 21
to November 28, 1861.

FRANCIS A. JOHNSON, from Novem-
ber 28, 1861, to May 14, 1863.

JOSEPH C. BRISCOE, from October 29
to November , 1863.

HARRISON T. WALCOTT, from No-
vember 24, 1863, to April 30, 1864.



JOSEPH C. BRISCOE, from April 30 to
July 7, 1864.

HENRY J. STRAIT, from July 7 to Sep-
tember 5, 1864.

THOMAS CRAWFORD, from October
- to December 6, 1864.

MICHAEL E. SMITH, from December
21, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
AUGUSTUS J. WARNER, from June 21,

1861, to April 9, 1862.
JAMES E. MALLON, from April 9 to

September 12, 1862.

WILLIAM R. STEVENS, from Septem-
ber 12 to December 13, 1802.
THOMAS McNAMEE, from December

13, 1862, to January 7, 1864.
PHILIP M. HARDER, from January 7

to July 7, 1864.
ALFRED M. RAPHALL, from February

3 to February 4, 1864.
THOMAS CRAWFORD, from July 7 to

July 15, 1864.
WASHINGTON PEEL, from July 15 to

September 20, 1864.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, from December

24, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

HENRY J. STRAIT, from June 21 to No-
vember 15, 1861.

HENRY W. HUBBELL, JR., from De-
cember 4, 1861, to March 31, 1863, and
from May 29 to October 4, 1863.

EDWIN J. SWEET, from June 5 to De-
cember 16, 1863.

HENRY C. OVERIN, from April 9 to
July 7, 1864.

GEORGE N. CHAMBERLAIN, from
July 7 to December i, 1864.

JOHN H. TAYLOR, from April 17 to
June 27, 1865.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:
JAMES P. L. WESTCOTT, from June 14,

1861, to February 6, 1862.

HARRY H. FOSTER, from February 6,

1862, to May 25, 1863.
WASHINGTON DURBROW, from June

6 to November 24, 1863.
LOUIS FITZGERALD, from November
i, 1863, to July 6. 1864.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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MADISON M. CANNON, from July 7 to

September 6, 1864.
JOSEPH W. CLYMER, from September

6 to October 7, 1864,

WILLIAM GARVIE, from October 8,
1864, to May 15, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
HENRY H. FOSTER, from June 14,

1861, to February 6, 1862.

EDWIN A. STOVER, from February 7 to

August 5, 1862.
BENJAMIN C. WELCH, from August 5,

1862, to March 4, 1863.
WASHINGTON DURBROW.from March

31 to June 6, 1863.
ROBERT M. BOODY, from June 6, 1863,

to July 7, 1864.
JOSEPH W. CLYMER, from July 7 to

September 6, 1864.
SEYMOUR S. WARNER, from March 14

to June 27, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JOHN F. BROWN, from June 14 to Sep-
tember 3, 1861.

EDWIN A. STOVER, from September 11,
1861, to February 7, 1862.

BENJAMIN C. WELCH, from February

7 to August 5, 1862.

THOMAS McNAMEE, from August 5 to

December 13, 1862.
RICHARD H. RYDER, from December

13, 1862, to June 5, 1863.
ROBERT M. BOODY, from June 5 to

June 6, 1863.
JAMES E. MAUSER, from October 31 to

December 21, 1863.
GEORGE E. VON MOLL, from April

to July 6, 1864.
ELIPHALET HENDRICKSON, from

July 7 to October 8, 1864.
JOHN H. B. JENKINS, from November

9, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains:

FRANK T. FOSTER, from June 14 to
September 28, 1861.

JAMES W. GEORGE, from September
29, 1861, to April 3, 1862.

GEORGE B. CARSE, from April 3, 1862..
to December 15, 1863.

WILLIAM H. WARNER, from Decem-
ber 11, 1863, to July 7, 1864.



JOSEPH C. BRISCOE, from July 7 to

October 2, 1864.
LEWIS J. BINSSE, from December 21,

1864, to June 27, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

JAMES W. GEORGE, from June 14 to

September 29, 1861.
GEORGE B. CARSE, from October i,

1861, to April 3, 1862.

BERNARD H. POND, from May 26 to

June 9, 1862.
WILLIAM H. WARNER, from June 27,

1862, to December n, 1863.

JAMES SHUTER, from April 24 to June

16, 1864.
JOSEPH H. CLYMER, from June 26 to

July 7, 1864.
PHILIP M. HARDER, from July 7 to

November 20, 1864.
HENRY C. OVERIN, from December i,

1864, to March 19, 1865, and from June 8

to June 27, 1865.



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