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Sergeant, Company G, June 23, 1861;
wounded in action, July 3, 1863, at Get-
tysburg, Pa.; promoted First Sergeant,
no date; mustered in as First Lieuten-
ant, December 22, 1863; transferred to
82d Infantry, June 28, 1864; commis-
sioned, not mustered, Second Lieuten-
ant,. August 13, 1863, with rank from
April 27, 1863, vice J. J. Ferguson, dis-
missed; First Lieutenant, December 10,

1863, with rank from May 15, 1863, vice
E. R. Pierce, promoted; Captain, not
mustered, June 23, 1864, with rank from
April 24, 1864, vice E. R. Pierce, dis-
charged.

TAGGARD, ROBERT SEYMOUR, com-
missioned, not mustered, Second Lieu-



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tenant, October 21, 1863, with rank from
October 20, 1863, vice T. B. Riley, pro-
moted.

THOMAS, MARK R., age 39 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany A, September 3, 1861; transferred
as Sergeant to Company A, 82d Infan-
try, June 28, 1864; to Company E, 59th
Infantry, July 10, 1864; mustered out,
September 6, 1864, near Petersburg, Va.;
commissioned, not mustered, Second
Lieutenant, June 23, 1863, with rank
from June 20, 1863, vice G. H. Smith,
promoted.

TOBIN, JOSEPH WALTER, age 22 years;
enrolled at Long Island to serve three
years, and mustered in as Captain, Com-
pany F, June 22, 1861 ; dismissed, April
23, 1862; dismissal revoked, May 16, 1862;
discharged, November 24, 1862; enrolled
March 16, 1863, at Falmouth, Va. ; mus-
tered in as Captain, Company F, June
II, 1863; killed in action, May 12, 1864,
at Spotsylvania, Va. ; commissioned Cap-
tain, November 4, 1861, with rank from
June 22, 1861, original; recommissioned
Captain, May 21, 1863, with rank from
March 16, 1863, vice W. A. Lynch, pro-
moted.

TOWN, FRANKLIN E., age 24 years;
enrolled May 26, 1861, at Long Island to
serve three years; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, Company D, June 22, 1861 ;
as First Lieutenant, Company E, July 11,
1862 ; transferred to Company D, no date ;
to Company A, October 22, 1863 ; dis-
charged, January 22, 1864, at Hilton Head,
S. C, for promotion in U. S. Signal
Corps ; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
November 4, 1861, with rank from June
22, 1861, original; First Lieutenant, Oc-
tober 25, 1862, with rank from July n,
1862, vice H. L. Twiggs, discharged.

TVvTGGS, HENRY L., age 36 years; en-
rolled February 19, 1862, at Poolesville,
Md., to serve three years; mustered in as
First Lieutenant, Company E, April 30,
1862; discharged, July II, 1862; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, April 5, 1862, with
rank from February 19, 1862, vice James
McGrath, promoted.

VAN VOAST, HENRY, age 28 years ; en-
rolled at Long Island to serve three years,
and mustered in as Sergeant, Company



E, June 22, 1861 ; wounded in action, Oc-
tober 21, 1861, at Ball's Bluff, Va. ; mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, April I,
1862; wounded in action, September 17,
1862, at Antietam, Md. ; promoted First
Lieutenant, no date; discharged, Febru-
ary 19, 1863; not commissioned Second
Lieutenant; commissioned First Lieuten-
ant, December 24, 1862, with rank from
December 4, 1862, vice G. W. Shaw, dis-
charged.

WALLIS, GEORGE HEWITT, age 27
years; enrolled at Trenton to serve three
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company D, May 23, 1861 ; trans-
ferred to Company B, July 23, 1861 ; pro-
moted First Lieutenant, Company K, no
date; captured, September 17, 1861, while
on picket duty at Mason's island, upper
Potomac; exchanged, March 7, 1862;
transferred to Company B, no date; mus-
tered out, March 21, 1862, at Washington,
D. C., for appointment in Soth Infantry;
not commissioned.

WALSH, GEORGE A., age 24 years; en-
rolled March 16, 1864, at New York city
to serve three years; mustered in as Sec-
ond Lieutenant, Company F, May 2, 1864;
mustered out with company, to date July
13, 1864; commissioned Second Lieuten-
ant, March 16, 1864, with rank of same
date, vice S. A. Standiford, promoted.

WRIGHT, ROBERT C, age 22 years; en-
rolled at Long Island to serve three j - ears,
and mustered in as First Lieutenant, Com-
pany G, June 28, 1861 ; as Captain, April
27, 1863 ; wounded in action, May 8,
1864, at Spotsylvania, Va. ; mustered out
with company, July 13, 1864; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, November 4,
1861, with rank from June 28, 1861, origi-
nal ; Captain, October 27, 1862, with rank
from August 2, 1862, vice George N. Bom-
ford, promoted; Lieutenant-Colonel, not
mustered, December 10, 1863, with rank
from October 14, 1863, vice W. A. Lynch,
promoted.

WRIGHT, THOMAS, age 20 years; en-
rolled at Long Island to serve three years,
and mustered in as Private, Company D,
June 22, 1861 ; promoted Sergeant, Com-
pany G, June 23, 1861 ; captured in action,
October 21, 1861, at Ball's Bluff, Va. ; re-
leased, February 22, 1862; mustered in as



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First Lieutenant, to date September 17,
1862; wounded in action, September 17,
1862, at Antietam, Aid.; appointed Ad-
jutant, no date; mustered in as Captain,
Company D, November n, 1862; trans-
ferred to Company K, April 30, 1863 ; dis-
charged, February 26, 1864, at Stevens-



burg, Va., by appointment to Captain, 3ist
U. S. Colored Troops; commissioned
First Lieutenant, October 27, 1862, with
rank from September 17, 1862, vice S.
Dexter, killed in action ; Captain, March
27, 1863, with rank from November n,
1862, vice I. Gotth'old, dismissed.



FORTY-THIRD REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).

Albany and Yates' Rifles; Vinton Rifles.

This regiment, Col. Francis L. Vinton, received its State designation September 18,
1861 ; was organized at Albany and there mustered in the service of the United States for
three years in August and September, 1861. The Yatcs' Rifles, recruited by Col. L. Ayer,
four incomplete companies, A, B, C and D, were consolidated into two companies, and
September 18, 1861, assigned to this regiment. A company of the Manhattan Rifles, Col.
J. M. Freeman, and of the U. S. Volunteers, Col. Wm. Northedge, were also attached to
the regiment, and -its organization completed. The two companies of the Yates Rifles
joined the regiment on its passage through New York city. July 18, 1862, the regiment
was consolidated into five companies, A, B, C, D and E, the men of Company K going to
Company A; those of F to B ; of G to C; of I to D, and of H to E ; and in October,
1862, five new companies joined, completing the reorganization of the regiment. October
II, 1864, the men entitled to be discharged were mustered out at Albany; the regiment,
however, was continued in service, but, September 22d, consolidated into five companies,
A, B, C, D and E ; Company A being formed of Companies A and D ; B of B and H ;
C of C and F; D of G and K, and E of E and I.

The companies were recruited principally: A, B and D at Albany; C at Albany and
Oneonta ; E at Canajoharie; F at Sandy Hill; G Manhattan Rifles at Schenectady;
H and I Votes' Rifles at New York city; and K U. S. Volunteers at Cooperstown.
The companies joining in October, 1862, were recruited at Albany.

The regiment left the State September 21, 1861 ; served at and near Washington, D. C.,
from September 22, 1861 ; in Hancock's Brigade, Smith's Division, Army of the Potomac,
from October 15, 1861 ; in ist Brigade, Smith's Division, 4th Corps, Army of the Potomac,
from March 13, 1862; in ist Brigade, 2d Division, 6th Corps, Army of the Potomac, from,
May, 1862; in the Light Brigade, 6th Corps, during the Chancellorsville Campaign; after
that in the 3d Brigade, 2d Division, 6th Corps, Army of the Potomac, and it was honor-
ably discharged and mustered out June 27, 1865, under Col. Charles A. Milliken, at
Washington, D. C.

The regiment lost during its service by death, killed in action, 10 officers, 73 enlisted
men; of wounds received in action, 4 officers, 30 enlisted men; of disease and other causes,
I officer, 126 enlisted men; total, 15 officers, 229 enlisted men; aggregate, 244; of whom 32
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.


Officers.


d
<u _;

-^> C
t/i <L>

'^

W


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.

Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Vienna and Flint Hill Va


1862.
Feb. 22
April 5-
May 4
April 1 6
28
May s


















Siege of Yorktown Va














i


6


Lee's Mills














i


Lee's Mills .




i






i


4


Williamsburg, Va. ,











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2271



PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


Aggregate.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Seven Days' Battle Va .


1862.
June 25-
July 2
June 27
28
29

30
July i
Sept. 10-11
14
i?
Dec. 11-15
1863.
May 3-4
June 5
July 1-3
5
7
10
11-13
14

Oct. 13
Nov. 7
Nov. 26-
Dec. 2
1864.
May 5-7
8-21
8

10
I 2
22-26
27-31

June 1-12
i
June 1 8-
July 9
Dec.
April 2,
1865
June 18-19
21-23
July 12-13
Aug. 21
Sept. 13
19

22

Oct. 19

1865.

March. 25
Mar. 28-
April 9
April 2
6
9










1


37




28


7i


Gamett's Farm . . '




2




2


Garnett's and Golding's Farm -


Savage Station




i




I




White Oak Swamp Bridge


Malvern Hill










Sugar Loaf Mountain, Md










Crampton's Pass, Md




















Antietam Md . . .












i






i

I 2
2O4


Fredericksburg, Va














i
129


Marye's Heights and Salem Church Va ....


3


12




5


2


46


7


Deep Run Crossing Va


Gettysburg Pa


i


i












i


5


Fairfield Pa












Antietam and Marsh Run Md




















Near Leitersburg, Md




















Funkstown Md




















Williamsport, Md




















Auburn Va . .












2

5




i
i


3

1 1






4




I




Mine Run Campaign Va


Wilderness Va


3


28


2


10


lj


87
32


2


59
6


198
Si


Spotsylvania Court House, Va


Piney Branch Church










Landron's Farm


i


4

2




2

I


The Salient


North Anna, Va


Totopotomoy Va




















Cold Harbor, Va


(


2






I


10

10

I






13

10

2

35




Before Petersburg, Va










Assault of Petersburg Va


}-

i


I

5














Fort Stevens, D. C


I


5




23






Charlestown W Va






OpeQuon Creek, Va




















Opequon Va


i


I

2






3

2

7

I


3
3
IS

10

9






8
7

22

M
1 1
9


Fisher's Hill, Va




















Petersburg W^orks Va






I


i
1
1

r






Appomattox Campaign, Va






Fall of Petersburg Va




I




Sailor's Creek




9


Appomattox Court House








Additional losses








Total loss


















10


73


4


30


23


39


9


235


693







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.

FRANCIS L. VINTON, from September

21, 1861, to September 19, 1862.
BENJAMIN F. BAKER, from September

25, 1862, to February i, 1864.

Lieutenant-Colonels.

CHARLES H. PIERSON, from Septem-
ber 21, 1861, to July 15, 1862.

BENJAMIN F. BAKER, from September
24 to September 25, 1862.



JOHN WILSON, from September 24, 1862,
to May 6, 1864.

JAMES D. VISSCHER, from May 12 to
July 12, 1864.

VOLKERT V. VAN PATTEN, from Au-
gust i to October u, 1864.

CHARLES A. MILLIKEN, from Novem-
ber 15, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

Majors.

BENJAMIN F. BAKER, from October i,
1861, to September 24, 1862.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



JOHN WILSON, from July 17 to Septem-
ber 24, 1862.

JOHN FRYER, from September 24, 1862,
to May 12, 1864.

JOHN L. NEWMAN, from May 8 to June
9, 1864.

CHARLES A. MILLIKEN, from August
i to November 15, 1864.

Adjutants.
JAMES H. BOGART, from September 22,

1861, to July 16, 1862.

CHARLES A. MILLIKEN, from July 17,

1862, to August i, 1864.

THOMAS LYNCH, from April 14 to June
27, 1865.

Quartermasters.

WILLIAM C. EGLESTON, from Septem-
ber 21 to November 12, 1861.

GEORGE T. BURROUGHS, from Novem-
ber 13, 1861, to April 8, 1863.

FERNANDO C. SEABRING, from Decem-
ber 9, 1863, to October n, 1864.

MILES W. GOODYEAR, from April 13
to June 27, 1865.

Surgeons.

JOHN HARRY THOMPSON, from Sep-
tember 21 to November 4, 1861.

MEIGS CASE, from December 13, 1861,
to March 28, 1864.

CORNELIUS H. VAUGHN, from June 19,
1864, to March 14, 1865.

HENRY H. CARPENTER, from March
28 to June 27, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.

MEIGS CASE, from August 10 to Decem-
ber 13, 1861.
ANDREW H. SMITH, from December 14,

1861, to May 10, 1862.

THOMAS H. LAWYER, from May 13 to

August 22, 1862.
JAMES W. BLACK, from September 7 to

December 26, 186^..
VAN VECHTEN ELTING, from October

15, 1862, to October n, 1864.
JAMES UGLOW, from May 3, 1863, to

January 31, 1864.

Chaplains.
GILBERT B. HAYDEN, from September

21, 1861, to March 8, 1862.
CORRA OSBORNE, from November 17,

1862, to December 10, 1863.



OF COMPANY A.
Captains:

JOHN WILSON, from August 25, 1861,

to July 17, 1862.
JAMES ALEXANDER McMICKEN, from

July 17 to November 30, 1862.
DOUGLASS LODGE, from November 30,

1862, to May 3, 1863.

WILLIAM H. GILFILLAN, from June 2

to July 3, 1863.
DAVID BURHANS, from December 20,

1863, to March 15, 1864.

SAMUEL DAVIDSON, from March i to
October II, 1864.

EDWARD B. GOODYEAR, from Septem-
ber 18, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

JAMES H. BOGART, from August 25 to
September 22, 1861.

JAMES ALEXANDER McMICKEN, from
October i, 1861, to July 17, 1862.

DOUGLASS LODGE, from July 17 to
November 30, 1862.

WILLIAM L. THOMPSON, from Novem-
ber 30, 1862, to February 19, 1863.

SAMUEL DAVIDSON, from March 2 to
December, 1863, and from February to
March i, 1864.

HENRY SCHUTTER, from March 15,

1864, to May 15, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JAMES ALEXANDER McMICKEN, from

August 25 to October i, 1861.
PAUL LINDON, from December 25, 1861,

to January 24, 1862.
JOHN FRYER, from January 4 to March,

1862.
DOUGLASS LODGE, from January 24 to

July 17, 1862.
WILLIAM L. THOMPSON, from June 24

to November 30, 1862.

ROBERT L. RUSSELL, JR., from Decem-
ber 9, 1862, to March 27, 1864.
THEODORE S. BAILEY, from March 28

to May 5, 1864.
HIRAM VAN BUREN, from July 16, 1864,

to June 27, 1865.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:

ISAAC R. VAN SLYKE, from September
22 to November 6, 1861.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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SAMUEL L. BRIDGEFORD, from No-
vember 7, 1861, to July 1 6, 1862.

JAMES C. ROGERS, from July 18 to Sep-
tember 25, 1862.

JOHN W. WILKINSON, from September
29, 1862, to September 21, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

SAMUEL L. BRIDGEFORD, from Au-
gust 18 to November 7, 1861.
SETH E. GRIFFIN, from November 6,

1861, to July 16, 1862.
WILLIAM E. WHITE, from September

29, 1862, to February 21, 1863.
WILLIAM G. ROGERS, from March 5 to

June 2, 1863.
JOHN CAVANAUGH, from June 2, 1863,

to September 22, 1864.
JAMES H. SMITH, from September 22,

1864, to January 10, 1865.
JOHN M. DEMPSEY, from February 7

to May 6, 1865.
JOHN A. HERNE, from June 5 to June

27, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

CHARLES E. McENTEE, from Septem-
ber 21, 1861, to .

JOHN W. WILKINSON, from July 18 to
September 29, 1862.

CHARLES E. McENTEE, from , to

April 30, 1864.

JOHN A. HERNE, from February 5 to
June 5, 1865.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains:

EZRA CASS GRIFFIN, from September
9, 1861, to July 13, 1862.

JOHN M. GILFILLAN, from July 18 to
September 19, 1862.

VOLKERT V. VAN PATTEN, from Sep-
tember 19, 1862, to August i, 1864.

WILLIAM RUSSELL, from August i,
1864, to June 27, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

WILLIAM D. DAVIS, from August 25,
1861, to June 24, 1862.

VOLKERT V. VAN PATTEN, from July
18 to September 19, 1862.

WILLIAM H. GILFILLAN, from Septem-
ber 19, 1862, to June 2. 1863.

JOHN BARNETT, from June 3 to Decem-
ber 20, 1863.

14.3



WILLIAM RUSSELL, from December 20,

1863, to August i, 1864.
WILLIAM BLASIE, from August i, 1864,

to May 15, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

SETH E. GRIFFIN, from September 9 to
November 6, 1861.

CHARLES A. MILLIKEN, from Novem-
ber 6, 1861, to July 17, 1862.

WILLIAM H. GILFILLAN, from July 18
to September 19, 1862.

GEORGE H. KOONZ, from September 19,

1862, to February 19, 1863.
WILLIAM N. LOMBARD, from March

17, 1863, to April 16, 1864.
MAURICE FERRIS, from July 10, 1864,

to February 20, 1865.
FELIX KIERNAN, from March 2 to June

16, 1865.

OF COMPANY D.
Captains:

CHARLES H. CLARK, from August 17,
1861, to July 16, 1862.

JOHN C. MERSEREAU, from August
13, 1862, to February 23, 1863.

HUGH B. KNICKERBOCKER, from Feb-
ruary 9 to May 3, 1863.

WILLIAM G. ROGERS, from June 2, 1863,
to October n, 1864.

WILLIAM H. TERRELL, from September
22, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

EDWARD A. SPRINGSTEED, from Sep-
tember 25, 1861, to July 16, 1862.
HUGH B. KNICKERBOCKER, from July

17, 1862, to February 9, 1863.
SAMUEL DAVIDSON, from December,

1863, to February, 1864.

GEORGE H. KOONZ, from February 19

to May 3, 1863.
EDWARD B. GOODYEAR, from May 4,

1863, to July 30, 1864.

RICHARD REED, from September i to

October II, 1864.
THOMAS LYNCH, from September 22,

1864, to April 14, 1865.
NICHOLAS A. SWART, from May 15

to June 27, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JULIAN TUFTS, from September 25,
1861, to May 10, 1862.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



HUGH B. KNICKERBOCKER, from

May ii to July 17, 1862.
JAMES A. SCRYMSER, from July 18.

1862, to February 26, 1863.
CHARLES E. MeENTEE, no dates.
RICHARD REED, from Juno 3, 1863, to

September I, 1864.

NICHOLAS A. SWART, from Septem-
ber 22, 1864, to May 15, 1865.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:

JACOB WILSON, from August 17, 1861,

to January 25, 1862.
HIRAM A. WINSLOW, from January

26 to May 1 8, 1862.
EDWIN C. DRAKE, from July 18. 1862,

to February 19, 1863.
WILLIAM E. WHITE, from February

21 to December 20, 1863.

JAMES D. VISSCHER, from December
20, 1863, to February 12, 1864.

WILLIAM E. WHITE, from February
12 to October 11, 1864.

RICHARD LORD ANNESLEY, from
September 22, 1864, to June 27, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

HIRAM A. WIXSLOW, from August 15,

1861, to January 26, 1862.
EPHRAIM A. BRIGGS, from January

26, 1862, to October 30, 1863.
WILLIAM RUSSELL, from October 30

to December 20, 1863.
JOHN BARNETT, from December 20,

1863, to October n, 1864.

JOHN CAVAXAUGH, from September

22 to November 4, 1864.

MILES W. GOODYEAR, from Novem-
ber 9, 1864, to April 13, 1865.
JAMES McGRAW, from May 6 to June

27, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

EPHRAIM A. BRIGGS, from August 31,

1861, to January 26, 1862.
MICHAEL FITZPATRICK, from May

5 to September 5, 1862.
GEORGE E. GORDON, from September

6, 1862, to February n, 1863.
JOHN BARNETT, from February 12 to

June 3. 1863.
WILLIAM RUSSELL, from May 5 to

October 30, 1863.



TFIOMAS LYNCH, from October 30,

1863, to July 10, 1864.
JAMES McGRAW, from July 26, 1864, to

May 6, 1865.
FRANK SHUBERT, from May 11 to

June 27, 1865.

OF COMPANY F.
Captains:

JAMES C. ROGERS, from September 16,

1861, to July 18, 1862.
WILLIAM WALLACE, from September

3, 1862, to May 6, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

GEORGE B. CULVER, from September

3, 1861, to July 16, 1862.
WILLIAM WALLACE, from August 26

to September 3, 1862.
WILLIAM HASTINGS, from September

3, 1862, to August 17, 1863.
WILLIAM BLASIE, from April 8 to

August i, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:

JOHN W. WILKINSON, from Septem-
ber 3, 1861, to July 18, 1862.

WILLIAM E. WHITE, from July 17 to
September 29, 1862.

SAMUEL DAVIDSON, from September

3, 1862, to March 2, 1863.

JOHN CAVANAUGH, from February 20
to June 2, 1863.

FREDERICK BROOKE, from May 27,
1863, to April 7, 1864.

THOMAS LYNCH, from July 10 to Au-
gust 24, 1864.

OF COMPANY G.
Captains:

WILLIAM H. MATHEWS, from Sep-
tember 16, 1861, to January 24, 1862.

JOHN M. GILFILLAN, from January 25
to July 1 8, 1862.

JAMES D. VISSCHER, from September

4, 1862, to December 20, 1863.
WILLIAM E. W r HITE, from December

20, 1863, to February 12. 1864.
JAMES D. VISSCHER, from February

12 to May 12, 1864.
WILLIAM H. TERRELL, from May 7

to July 29, 1864.
EDWARD B. GOODYEAR, from July

30 to September 18, 1864.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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First Lieutenants:

JOHN M. GILFILLAN, from September
16, 1861, to January 25, 1862.

VOLKERT V. VAN PATTEN, from
January 28 to July 18, 1862.

WILLIAM H. TERRELL, from Septem-
ber 4, 1862, to May 7, 1864.

THOMAS LYNCH, from August 24 to
September 22, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:

VOLKERT V. VAN PATTEN, from

September 16, 1861, to January 28, 1862.
WILLIAM H. GILFILLAN, from January

24 to July 1 8, 1862.
WILLIAM G. ROGERS, from September

4, 1862, to March 5, 1863.
PETER K. KENNEDY, from May 20,

1863, to April 13, 1864.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:

EDWIN C. DRAKE, from September 20,

1861, to July 18, 1862.

DAVID BURHANS, from September 14,

1862, to December 20, 1863, and from
March 15 to May 10, 1864.

First Lieutenants :

JOHN C. MERSEREAU, from August 30,
1861, to August 13, 1862.

DAVID BURHANS, from September iito
September 14, 1862.

MATHIAS J. SEVERENCE, from Sep-
tember 14, 1862, to February 10, 1863.

HIRAM VAN BUREN, from February 12
to May 28, 1863.

JAMES H. SMITH, from March 14 to
September 22, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:

ROLLIN H. SEYMOUR, from September

23, 1861, to May 24, 1862.
HIRAM VAN BUREN, from February n

to February 12, 1863.
JAMES H. SMITH, from March i, 1863,

to March 14, 1864.
ROBERT L. RUSSELL, JR., from March

27 to November 23, 1864.

OF COMPANY I.
Captains:

GEORGE W. REID, from September 12,
1861, to July 16, 1862.



JOHN L. NEWMAN, from September 17,

1862, to May 8, 1864.
RICHARD LORD ANNESLEY, from

August i to September 22, 1864,

First Lieutenants:

NATHANIEL H. VAN WINKLE, from
September 12, 1861, to June 24, 1862.

RICHARD LORD ANNESLEY, from
September 17, 1862, to August i, 1864.

JOHN FRYER, from June 24 to Septem-
ber 24, 1862.

Second Lieutenants:
FRANCIS TURNER, from September 12,

1861, to January 4, 1862.
JOHN FRYER, from March - to June 24,

1862.
DAVID H. FENN, from December 5, 1862,

to April 2, 1864.

OF COMPANY K.
Captains:

HARVEY S. CHATFIELD, from August
30, 1861, to July 16, 1862.

CHARLES B. MITCHELL, from October
22, 1862, to February 9, 1863.

WILLIAM L. THOMPSON, from Febru-
ary 19, 1863, to October n, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

FRANK D. SLOCOMB, from August 30,
1861, to July 16, 1862.

CHARLES B. MITCHELL, from Septem-
ber 18 to October 22, 1862.

FERNANDO C. SEABRING, from Octo-
ber 3, 1862, to December g, 1863.

HENRY SCHUTTER, from February i to
March 15, 1864.

JOHN B. CARTER, from June 11 to Sep-
tember 19, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:
NELSON S. BOWDISH, from August 30

to December 28, 1861.
JAMES A. SCRYMSER, from October 2,

1861, to July 18, 1862.
WILLIAM B. MIDDLEBROOK, from

October 3, 1862, to April 4, 1864.

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

MILLIKEN, CHARLES A., as Colonel.

WILSON, JOHN, as Colonel.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



FRYER, JOHN, as Lieutenant-Colonel.

TERRELL, WILLIAM 11., as Lieutenant-
Colonel.

DAVIDSON, SAMUEL, as Major.

RUSSELL, WILLIAM, as Major.

VAN PATTEN, VOLKERT V., as Major.

WALLACE, WILLIAM, as Major.

GOODYEAR, EDWARD 13., as Adjutant.

CORRY, ROBERT, as Assistant Surgeon.

CAVANAUGH, JOHN, as Captain.

I -I ERNE, JOHN A., as Captain.

LYNCH, THOMAS, as Captain.

McGRAW, JAMES, as Captain.

CASTLE, RICHARD, as First Lieutenant.

HERNE, JOHN A., as First Lieutenant
(ist com.).

HOUGHTAILING, CHARLES, as First
Lieutenant.

KENNEDY, PETER K., as First Lieuten-
ant.

SHUBERT, FRANK, as First Lieutenant.

VAN BUREN, HIRAM, as First Lieuten-
ant (2d com.).

WILSON, HENRY J., as First Lieutenant.

BLACKSTOCK, JOHN M., as Second
Lieutenant.

LASHER, LEONARD, as Second Lieu-
tenant.

McNAMARA, JAMES, as Second Lieu-
tenant.

MEAD, DAVID, as Second Lieutenant.

MIDDLEBROOK, WILLIAM B., as Sec-
ond Lieutenant (26. com.).

RACE, JOHN, as Second Lieutenant.

STEBBINS, WILLIAM H., as Second
Lieutenant.

YATES RIFLES.

Officer Not Transferred to 43^ Infantry.
REYNOLDS, JOHN, First Lieutenant,
from September 10 to September 18, 1861.

MANHATTAN RIFLES.

Officer Not Transferred to 43^ Infantry.



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