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and transferred to Company G, March 26,
1862; again promoted Quartermaster-
Sergeant, July i, 1862 ; mustered in as
First Lieutenant and Quartermaster, No-
vember i, 1862; dismissed, September 14,
1863 ; commissioned First Lieutenant, De-
cember 6, 1862, with rank from August 4,
1862, vice G. M. Bennett, discharged.

WALTON, THOMAS W., age 42 years;
enrolled at Yonkers to serve three years,
and mustered in as Private, Company A,
June 21, 1861 ; promoted Corporal, Sep-
tember 15, 1861 ; First Sergeant, Company
F, May 25, 1863 ; wounded in action, July
2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa. ; re-enlisted as a
veteran, December 29, 1863 ; wounded in
action, May 5, 1864, at the Wilderness,
Va. ; letter of company changed to A, July
7, 1864; mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
Company G, October 12, 1864; dismissed,
December i, 1864; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, September 16, 1864, with rank
from July 6, 1864, vice M. E. Smith, pro-
moted.

WARNER, AUGUSTUS J., age 29 years;
enrolled at Yonkers to serve three years,
and mustered in as First Lieutenant, Com-
pany A, June 21, 1861 ; detailed as Adju-
tant, April 9, 1862; promoted Captain,
Company E, October 13, 1862; mustered in
as such, February 27, 1863 ; as Major, to
date February 23, 1863 ; wounded in
action, July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa. ;
mustered in as Lieutenant-Colonel, July 7,
1863 ; wounded in action, June 18, 1864, at
Petersburg, Va. ; discharged for disability,
September 5, 1864; commissioned First
Lieutenant, August 15, 1861, with rank
from June 21, 1861, original; Captain,
January 12, 1863, with rank from October
13, 1862, vice T. B. Riely, dismissed;
Major, March 17, 1863, with rank from
February 23, 1863, vice P. A. Lindsay,
promoted ; Lieutenant-Colonel, September
5, 1863, with rank from July 7, 1863, vice
P. A. Lindsay, discharged.



WARNER, SEYMOUR S., age 24 years;
enrolled at Kirkville to serve three
years, and mustered in as Sergeant,
Company K, loist Infantry, December
4, 1861; transferred as Corporal to Com-
pany K, 37th Infantry, December 24,
1862; transferred to Company I, this
regiment, May 29, 1863; promoted Ser-
geant, June 5, 1863; wounded in action,
July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa.; re-en-
listed as a veteran, December 28, 1863 ;
promoted First Sergeant, March i, 1864;
wounded in action, May 12, 1864, at
Spotsylvania, Va.; letter of company
changed to F, July 7, 1864; returned to
Sergeant, September i, 1864; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, February 16,
1865; as First Lieutenant, Company B,
March 14, 1865; mustered out with com-
pany, June 27, 1865, near Washington,
D. C; commissioned Second Lieuten-
ant, January 31, 1865, with rank from
January i, 1865, vice Lewis J. Binsse,
promoted; First Lieutenant, May n,
1865, with rank from March 14, 1865,
vice A. S. Mason, dismissed.

WARNER, WILLIAM H., age 24 years;
enrolled at Yonkers to serve three
years, and mustered in as First Ser-
geant, Company A, June 21, 1861; pro-
moted Second Lieutenant, Company C,
September 28, 1861; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, June 27, 1862; as Captain,
December n, 1863; wounded in action,
May 5, 1864, at the Wilderness, Va.;
letter of company changed to D, July 7,
1864; mustered out with company, June

27, 1865, near Washington, D. C.; com-
missioned Second Lieutenant, Decem-
ber 16, 1861, with rank from September

28, 1861, vice G. B. Carse, promoted;
First Lieutenant, August 28, 1862, with
rank from June 27, 1862, vice B. H.
Pond, appointed Quartermaster; Cap-
tain, January 8, 1864, with rank from
December n, 1863, vice G. Woodward,
discharged.

WEBB, FRANK, late First Lieutenant,
25th Infantry; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company K, this regiment,
May 13, 1863; discharged, November 20,
1863; commissioned First Lieutenant,
September 5, 1863, with rank from De-
cember 13, 1862, vice G. C. Dow, pro-
moted.



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WELCH, BENJAMIN C, age 25 years;
enrolled at Yonkers to serve three
years, and mustered in as Sergeant,
Company B, June 14, 1861; promoted
First Sergeant, September 3, 1861; mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, Febru-
ary 7, 1862; as First Lieutenant, August
5, 1862; dismissed, March 4, 1863 (an
act of Congress, approved January 21,
1909, provides " that in the administra-
tion of the Pension Laws, the authori-
zation of the Secretary of War of May
7, 1863, permitting Benjamin C. Welch,
formerly First Lieutenant, Company B,
40th N. Y. Volunteers, to re-enter the
service, shall be held and considered as
an honorable discharge from his service
with that command"); commissioned
Second Lieutenant, March 20, 1862, with
rank from February 6, 1862, vice E. A.
Stover, promoted; First Lieutenant, No-
vember n, 1862, with rank from Au-
gust 5, 1862, vice E. A. Stover, dis-
charged.

WESTCOTT, JAMES P. L., age 38
years ; enrolled at Yonkers to serve three
years, and mustered in as Captain, Com-
pany B, June 14, 1861; discharged, Feb-



ruary 6, 1862; commissioned Captain,
August 15, 1861, with rank from June
14, 1861, original.

WILLIS, HENRY H., age 18 years; en-
rolled at Falmouth, Va., to serve three
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company I, May r, 1863; trans-
ferred to Company C, November ,
1863; captured in action, May 31, 1864,
at Cold Harbor, Va.; paroled, no date;
transferred to Company H, July 7, 1864;
discharged, May 15, 1865; prior service
as Sergeant in Sgth 111. Volunteers;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, March
17, 1863, with rank from February 18,
1863, vice J. A. Covington, dismissed.

WOODWARD, GEORGE, age 30 years;
enrolled at Yonkers to serve three
years, and mustered in as First Lieuten-
ant, Company D, June 26, 1861; as Cap-
tain, Company I, November 4, 1861;
discharged for disability, December n,
1863; commissioned First Lieutenant,
August 15, 1861, with rank from June
14, 1861, original; Captain, December 2,
1861, with rank from November 4, 1861,
vice J. C. Burke, discharged.



FORTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).

De Kalb Regiment; Second Yager Regiment.

This regiment, Col. Leopold Von Gilsa, was raised by the Union Defense Committee of
New York city, under special authority from the War Department; organized at Yorkville,
and there mustered in the service of the United States for three years June 6 and 9, 1861.
The regiment was composed of Germans recruited in New York city, except Companies
G and H, which were recruited in Philadelphia, Pa., and Newark, N. J., respectively;
Company F was armed as artillery, and November 7, 1861, became the gth Battery; a new
company, formed of recruits, took its place November 20, 1863. At the expiration of its
term of service, the men entitled thereto were mustered out June 9, 1864, at Hilton Head,
S. C., and the regiment consolidated into six companies, B, E, F, G, I and K; Companies
B and C forming Company B ; D and E Company E ; H and I Company I ; A and K
Company K; F and surplus men Company F; and the remaining surplus men Company G.

The regiment left the State July 8, 1861 ; served at and near Washington, D. C., from
July 10, 1861 ; in the 4th Division, Army of Northeastern Virginia, from July 17, 1861 ; in
W. T. Sherman's Brigade, Division of Potomac, from August 4, 1861 ; in ist, Martindale's,
Brigade, Porter's Division, Army of the Potomac, from September, 1861 ; in Blenker's
Division, Army of the Potomac, from October 15, 1861 ; in Stahel's Brigade, Blenker's
Division, Army of the Potomac, from January, 1862; in ist Brigade, same division,
Mountain Department, from April, 1862; in the 1st Brigade, ist Division, ist Corps, Army
of Virginia, from June 26, 1862; in ist Brigade, ist Division, nth Corps, Army of the
Potomac, from September, 1862; in the Department of the South, in the ist Brigade,



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Gordon's Division, loth Corps, on Folly Island, S. C, from August, 1863; at Washington,
D. C, in ist Brigade, Hardin's Division, 22d Corps, from August, 1864; in the 2d Brigade,
ist, Kitchings', Provisional Division, and Army of the Shenandoah, from September 27,
1864; in the ist Brigade, Ferrero's Division, Army of the James, defenses of Bermuda
Hundred, Va., from December, 1864; and it was honorably discharged and mustered out,
under Capt. Alfred Theinhardt, December 9, 1865, at City Point, Va.

During its service, the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 2 officers, 52 enlisted
men ; of wounds received in action, 18 enlisted men ; of disease and other causes, 4 officers,
69 enlisted men; total, 6 officers, 139 enlisted men; aggregate, 145; of whom 8 enlisted
men died in the hands of the enemy; and it took part in the following engagements, etc.:



PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


Aggregate.


Officers.


o

o C
in o
C

C C
W


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Near Strasburg, Va


1862.
June i
8
Aug. 8

IS
Aug. 1 6-
Sept. 3
Aug. 23
23-24
24-25
29
30
1863.
May 1-3
July 1-3
12-13
Aug. 2
Aug. 9-
Sept. 7
Aug. 25
Sept. 8-
Dec. 31
Oct. 27-
Nov. 9
1864.
Feb. 8-1 i
May 22-23
July 9
Oct. 19
Dec.
April 2
1865.
April 2




















Cross Keys Va




I




i


2


5




1 1


20


Rappahannock Station, Va


Freeman's Ford Va. .




















Gen. Pope's Campaign, Va




















Rappahannock Station


Sulphur Springs Va. ....




















Waterloo Bridge




















Groveton




















Bull Run


i

i


26

6

14




7

4

4


I
2

8


52

22
46




16
27

2


i3

61
75


Chancellorsville Va . . . .


Gettysburg, Pa


Near Hagerstown, Md


John's Island S C




















Siege of Battery ^Vagner S C




















Bombardment of Fort Sumter




















Operations in Charleston Harbor S C




















Bombardment of Fort Sumter S C




















Seabrook and John's Island S C .


....


2




2




8




2


14


James Island, S. C


John's Island S C




















Cedar Creek. Va




I
I








3




2


6
i


Before Petersburg, Va








Fall of Petersburg, Va














Loss on picket, and other minor affairs.




J








i




3


5


Total loss


















2


52




18


13


137




63


285







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.

LEOPOLD VON GILSA, from June 6,
1861, to June 27, 1864.

Lieutenant- Colonels.

EMIL DUYSING, from June 6 to Sep-
tember 6, 1861.

ERNEST VON HOLMSTEDT, from
September 6, 1861, to April 21, 1863.

DETLER VON EINSIEDEL, from July
i, 1863, to August 23, 1865.



Majors.

ERNEST VON HOLMSTEDT, from
June 6 to September 6, 1861.

DETLER VON EINSIEDEL, from Sep-
tember 6, 1861, to July i, 1863.

FREDERICK MENSHAUSEN, from
September I, 1863, to September 15,
1865.

Adjutants.

OTTO KLEINSCHMIDT, from June 6
to September i, 1861.



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RUDOLPH PETERSON, from Septem-
ber I, 1861, to May 28, 1862.

OTTO KLEINSCHMIDT, from May i
to October 31, 1862.

THEOPHILE WANGNER, from Janu-
ary i, 1863, to January 29, 1864.

HENRY BLEIDORN, from December 5,
1863, to December 9, 1865.

Quartermasters.
FRANCIS H. BRAULICH, from June 6

to August 2, 1861.
AUGUST RACHEL, from August 8, 1861,

to July 9, 1863.
LOUIS WALDER, from July n, 1863, to

December 9, 1865.

Surgeons.

SAMUEL BRILLIANTOWSKI, from
June 6, 1861, to June 27, 1864.

CORNELIUS SATTLER, from Novem-
ber 13, 1864, to December 9, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.

ROBERT THOAIAIN, from June 6, 1861,
to September 28, 1862.

CORNELIUS SATTLER, from Septem-
ber i, 1862, to June 27, 1864.

AMOS SHAW, JR., from December 26,
1862, to October 10, 1865.

Chaplain.

FREDERICK WILLIAM BOGEN, from
November i, 1861, to December 6, 1863.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:
ADOLPHUS WEISS, from June 6, 1861,

to May 1 6, 1862.

CLEMENS KNIPSCHILD, from May i,
1862, to June 9, 1864.

First Lieutenants:
CLEMENS KNIPSCHILD, from June 6

to September i, 1861.
CHARLES VOELKER, from August 3,

1861, to May 20, 1862.

GUSTAV HEINRICHS, from May 19,

1862, to February 4, 1863.
ALFRED THEINHARDT, from Febru-
ary 4 to July i, 1863.

CHARLES BORNEMANN, from July i,

1863, to June 9, 1864.



Second Lieutenants:
ADALBERT SCHOENHERR, from June

6 to November i, 1861.
GUSTAV HEINRICHS, from November

I, 1861, to May 19, 1862.
ADALBERT SCHOENHERR, from May

i to October 15, 1862.
HERMANN MUENCH, from October I

to December 28, 1862.
REINHOLD WINZER, from March 10

to July 2, 1863.
GEORGE CHARLES HAGEMANN,

from , 1863, to April 19, 1864.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:
OTTO SIBETH, from June 6, 1861, to

April 4, 1863.
JULIUS B. BROSE, from November 20,

1863, to November 26, 1864.
HENRY ROSE, from January 16 to De-
cember 9, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

EDWARD NEUSS, from June 6 to Sep-
tember 6, 1861.
AUGUST SCHOLZ, from September i,

1861, to - .

ADOLPH GUSTAV VON MECHOW,
from March i, 1862, to .

AUGUST SCHOLZ, from May i to Sep-
tember 19, 1862.

DANIEL C. WASSERBACH, from Oc-
tober i to October 31, 1862.

JULIUS B. BROSE, from November I,

1862, to November 20, 1863.

LOUIS WARNECKE, from January i to
June 9, 1864.

HUGO KRATZ, from June I to August
1 6, 1864.

AUGUST MULLER, from September
10, 1864, to March 12, 1865.

HENRY VON EINSIEDEL, from June
16 to September 5, 1865.

LEOPOLD VON WULFFEN, from Sep-
tember 6 to December 9, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
WILLIAM VON STUELPNAGEL, from

June 6 to September 6, 1861.
FERDINAND MUELLER, from August

5, 1 86 1, to May i, 1862.
DANIEL C. WASSERBACH, from April

3 to October i, 1862.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



JOSEPH WALTER, from September i,

1862, to February 13, 1863.
OTTO RICHTER, from February 4 to

September 17, 1863.
HUGO KRATZ, from January 30 to June

I, 1864.
CHARLES C. GLAUS, from June 10 to

November 24, 1864.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains :

THEODORE BRACKLOW, from June
6 to August 2, 1861.

CLEMENS KNIPSCHILD, from Sep-
tember 6, 1861, to May i, 1862.

WILLIAM VON STUELPNAGEL, from
May 17 to October 31, 1862.

DANIEL C. WASSERBACH, from Oc-
tober 31, 1862, to February 13, 1863.

GUSTAV HEINRICHS, from February
4, 1863, to June 9, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

ERNST HIRSCHFELD, from June 6 to
September 7, 1861.

CLEMENS KNIPSCHILD, from Sep-
tember i to September 6, 1861.

GEORGE FAAS, from September i, 1861,
to June 25, 1862.

CHARLES HERZOG, from May i, 1862,
to March i, 1863.

JOSEPH WALTER, from March i to No-
vember i, 1863.

AUGUST NEUMEYER, from November
I, 1863, to June 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:
ARTHUR TRAINER, from June 6 to

September i, 1861.
CHARLES BANG, from September i,

1861, to May i, 1862.

LOUIS PROKSCH, from May i to July

i, 1862.
ALFRED THEINHA.RDT, from July 21,

1862, to February 4, 1863.

JOSEPH WALTER, from August 30 to

September I, 1862.
CHARLES C. CLAUS, from January 29

to June 10, 1864.

Op COMPANY D.
Captains:

FREDERICK MENSHAUSEN, from
June 6, 1861, to September I, 1863.



JOSEPH WALTER, from November 20,

1863, to March 21, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

CHARLES SCHUMACHER, from June

6, 1861, to September 26, 1862.
LOUIS PROKSCH, from September 26,

1862, to May i, 1863.
JOSEPH WALTER, from November i to

November 20, 1863.
OSCAR FLEISCHMAN, from April n

to June 9, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:
RUDOLPH MENADIER, from June 6,

1861, to May 20, 1862.
FERDINAND MUELLER, from May i to

July 21, 1862.

LOUIS PROKSCH, from July i to Sep-
tember 26, 1862.

LEO SCHMIDT, from September 19,

1862, to May i, 1863.

LOUIS SCHENCK, from March i, 1863,

to January 4, 1864.
JOHN H. GRISWOLD, from February 14

to June 9, 1864.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:
DETLER VON EINSIEDEL, from June

6 to September 6, 1861.
EDWARD NEUSS, from September 6,

1861, to May 19, 1862.

CHARLES VOELKER, from May 20,

1862, to March 10, 1863.

LOUIS PROKSCH, from May i, 1863, to

March 6, 1864.
FREDERICK MENADIER, from March

21, 1864, to May 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

CARL ERNST ERDT, from June 6 to Au-
gust 4, 1861.

EDMUND H. MARTINDALE, from Sep-
tember 7, 1861, to January 27, 1862.

ADOLPH GUSTAV VON MECHOW,
from September i, 1861, to March i, 1862.

AUGUST SCHOLZ, from - - to May
i, 1862.

HENRY ARENS, from September 29,
1862, to March i, 1863.

FREDERICK MENADIER, from January
29 to March 21, 1864.

EDWARD B. McMURDY, from August 2,

1864, to February i, 1865.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



2241



FREDERICK HOFFMAN, from February

1 to December 9, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

CHARLES HERZOG, from June 6 to Sep-
tember 7, 1861.

ADALBERT SCHOENHERR, from
March 4 to May i, 1862.

HENRY ARENS, from May 20 to Sep-
tember 29, 1862.

LOUIS LICHAN, from September 29,
1862, to March 9, 1863.

FREDERICK MENADIER, from March
i, 1863, to January 29, 1864.

WILLIAM H. MISSILLIER, from April

2 to June 9, 1864.

JOHN C. PAPE, from June 10, 1864, to
February 13, 1865.

OF COMPANY F.

(For officers who served in original Com-
pany see 9th Battery.)

Captains:
LEO SCHMIDT, from December 5, 1863,

to July 1 6, 1864.
EDWARD B. McMURDY, from February

i to June 29, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
HENRY ROSE, from November 30, 1863,

to June 10, 1864.
AUGUST NEUMEYER, from June 10,

1864, to January 18, 1865.
OTTO HENSINGER, from January 19 to

December 9, 1865.

Second Lieutenant:

AUGUST MULLER, from January 30 to
September 10, 1864.

OF COMPANY G.
Captains:

FRIEDRICH MEYER, from June 6 to Au-
gust 3, 1861.
CARL ERNST ERDT, from August 4,

1 86 1, to May 19, 1862.
WILLIAM F. PAPEMEYER, from May

i, 1862, to May 17, 1863.
LEO SCHMIDT, from July i to December

5, 1863.
THEOPHILE WANGNER, from January

29 to June 9, 1864.
JULIUS STOMMEL, from September 10

to December 8, 1864.
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AUGUST MULLER, from March 12 to
August 26, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

AUGUST SCHOLZ, from June 6 to Sep-
tember i, 1861.

CHARLES WELLMAN, from September
i, 1861, to January n, 1863.

EDWARD PARPART, from January 12
to October 30, 1863.

HENRY BLEIDORN, from October 31 to
December 5, 1863.

JULIUS STOMMEL, from November 20,
1863, to September 10, 1864.

PAUL KOLBE, from December 22, 1864,
to December 9, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

GUSTAV HEINRICHS, from June 6 to
November I, 1861.

ADALBERT SCHOENHERR, from No-
vember i, 1861, to March 4, 1862.

EDWARD PARPART, from May 19, 1862,
to January 12, 1863.

ADOLPH ROEPKE, from January 12 to
May 19, 1863.

OSCAR FLEISCHMAN, from January 30
to April ii, 1864.

CHARLES BOLLHORST, from June 10
to October 17, 1864.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:
JOHN FREDERICK BAUER, from June

6 to November i, 1861.
JOHN D. KREHBIEL, from November i,

1861, to February 12, 1862.

MAX COHNHEIM, from February 13,

1862, to April 26, 1863.

CHARLES BANG, from May i, 1863, to
June 9, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

GEORGE FAAS, from June 6 to Septem-
ber i, 1861.

WILLIAM VON STUELPNAGEL, from
September 6, 1861, to May 17, 1862.

EDMUND H. MARTINDALE, from Jan-
uary 27, 1862, to April 4, 1863.

CHARLES HERZOG, from March i to
June 15, 1863.

AUGUST NEUMEYER, from July i to
November i, 1863.

LOUIS WARNECKE, from November 20,

1863, to January i, 1864.



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Second Lieutenants:

CHARLES VOELKER, from June 6 to

August 3, 1861.
STEPHEN HAAS, from September 6,

1861, to January 27, 1862.

JULIUS B. BROSE, from May 28 to No-
vember i, 1862.
PAUL BERNHARD, from November i,

1862, to July 311, 1863.

LOUIS WARNECKE, from July 31 to

November 20, 1863.
THEODOR BEISHEIM, from January 29

to March 6, 1864.

OF COMPANY I.
Captains:

JOHN D. KREHBIEL, from June 6 to
November i, 1861.

JOHN FREDERICK BAUER, from No-
vember i, 1861, to September 18, 1862.

AUGUST SCHOLZ, from September 19,
1862, to April 2, 1863.

ALFRED THEINHARDT, from Novem-
ber 20, 1863, to December 9, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
ADOLPH GUSTAV VON MECHOW,

from June 6 to September 6, 1861.
OTTO KLEINSCHMIDT, from Septem-
ber i, 1861, to May i, 1862.
ADOLPH GUSTAV VON MECHOW,

from , to July 30, 1862.
CHARLES BANG, from July 30, 1862, to

May i, 1863.
LEO SCHMIDT, from May i to July i,

1863.
ALFRED THEINHARDT, from July i

to November 20, 1863.
HENRY ROSE, from June 10, 1864, to

January 16, 1865.
WILHELM GERLACH, from January 16

to December 9, 1865.

Second Licutcnar.'s:
JOHN BRUECK, from June 6 to July 30,

1861.
ARTHUR TRAINER, from September i,

1861, to May 19, 1862.

RICHARD KURZ, from May i to August

30, 1862.
LOUIS BILLHARDT, from October 15,

1862, to March 28, 1863,

GEORGE CHARLES HAGEMANN,
from March 29, 1863, to .



JULIUS STOMMEL, from June 7 to No-
vember 20, 1863.

JOHN C. PAPE, from February 7 to June
10, 1864.

OF COMPANY K.
Captains:

WILLIAM F. PAPEMEYER, from June

9, 1861, to May i, 1862.
RUDOLPH MENADIER, from May 20,

1862, to February i, 1863.
OSCAR NERMAN, from February 13 to

March 21, 1863.
HENRY ARENS, from April 3, 1863, to

November 26, 1864.
OSCAR FLEISCHMAN, from January

16 to December 9, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
CHARLES WELLMAN, from June 9 to

September i, 1861.
CHARLES HERZOG, from September 7,

1861, to May i, 1862.

OSCAR NERMAN, from February 26,

1862, to February 13. 1863.

JOSEPH WALTER, from February 3 to

March i, 1863.
HENRY ARENS, from March i to April

3, 1863.
JOHN STEPHANY, from May i, 1863, to

June 9, 1864.
OSCAR FLEISCHMAN, from June 9,

1864, to January 16, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

CHARLES BANG, from June 9 to Sep-
tember i, 1861.
LOUIS PROKSCH, from September 17,

1861, to May i, 1862.

CHARLES BANG, from May i to July
30, 1862.

LOUIS LICHAN, from July 30 to Sep-
tember 29, 1862.

THEOPHILE WANGNER, from Sep-
tember 29, 1862, to January I, 1863.

LOUIS SCHENCK, from December i,

1862, to March I, 1863.

JOHN STEPHANY, from March i to

May i, 1863.
LOUIS WARNECKE, from May i to

July 31, 1863.
CHARLES BOLLHORST, from January

29 to June 10, 1864.
HUGO THEINHARDT, from July 9,

1864, to May 17, 1865.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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

BLEIDORN, HENRY, as Captain.

GERLACH, WILHELM, as Captain.

KOLBE, PAUL, as Captain.

STEPHANY, JOHN, as Captain.

NEUMEYER, AUGUST, as Captain.

ARNOUS, EUGENE, as First Lieuten-
ant.

GERLACH, WILHELM, as First Lieu-
tenant.

HAGEMANN, GEORGE CHARLES, as
First Lieutenant.

OBSENT, EUGENE, as First Lieutenant.

PAPE, JOHN C, as First Lieutenant.

SCHENCK, LOUIS, as First Lieutenant.

WERNER, FERDINAND, as First Lieu-
tenant.

THEINHARDT, HUGO, as First Lieu-
tenant.

EVANS, EDWARD, as Second Lieuten-
ant.

GERLACH, WILHELM, as Second Lieu-
tenant.

HOFFNUNG, EMIL, as Second Lieuten-
ant.

SCHENCK, LOUIS, as Second Lieuten-
ant (ist).

Record of the Officers.

ARENS, HENRY, age 26 years; enrolled
at New York city to serve three years,
and mustered in as Sergeant, Company
A, June 6, 1861; promoted First Sergeant,
September 4, 1861; mustered in as Sec-
ond Lieutenant, Company E, May 20,
1862; as First Lieutenant, September 29,
1862; transferred to Company K, March
I, 1863; mustered in as Captain, April 3,
1863; discharged, November 26, 1864, at
Winchester, Va.; subsequent service in
iQist Infantry; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, June 30, 1862, with rank from
May 19, 1862, vice G. Heinrichs, pro-
moted; First Lieutenant, November n,

1862, with rank from September 29, 1862,
vice C. Schumacher, discharged; Captain,
June 6. 1863, with rank from April 3,

1863, vice A. Scholz, discharged.
ARNOUS, EUGENE, age 24 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany E, February i, 1862; wounded in
action, July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa. ;



piomoted Commissary-Sergeant, June 10,
1864; discharged, January 31, 1865, at Ber-
muda Hundred, Va. ; commissioned, not
mustered, First Lieutenant, January 26,
1865, with rank from December 9, 1864,
vice J. C. Pape, not mustered.

BANG, CHARLES, age 32 years; enrolled
at New York city to serve three years,
and mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
Company K, June 9, 1861 ; transferred to
Company C, September I, 1861; to Com-
pany K, May i, 1862; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company I, July 30, 1862;
wounded in action, August 30, 1862, at
Manassas, Va. ; mustered in as Captain,
Company H, May I, 1863; mustered out,
June 9, 1864; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, August 14, 1861, with rank from



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