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with rank from September i, 1864, vice
R. Anderson, transferred to Veteran
Reserve Corps; First Lieutenant, March
30, 1865, with rank from February 17,
1865, vice C. H. Bunker, killed in action.

SPRINGWEILER, CHARLES F., age
21 years; enrolled August 29, 1861, at
New York city to serve three years;
mustered in as Second Lieutenant, Com-
pany K, September 23, 1861; killed in
action, September 14, 1862, at South
Mountain, Md.; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, October 29, 1861, with rank
from September 23, 1861, original.

STONE, HENRY VAN DYKE, commis-
sioned, declined, not mustered, Second
Lieutenant, March 31, 1863, with rank
of same date, vice W. T. Ackerson, pro-
moted.

STREHLER, JULES, age 27 years; First
Lieutenant, Company E, N. Y. Rifles ;
accepted, August 29, 1861 ; out by con-
solidation, October u, 1861 ; not commis-
sioned.

STUART, JOHN, age 23 years; enrolled
August I, 1861, at New York city to
serve three years; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company F, October 18,
1861; as Captain, December 21, 1861;
wounded in action, December 13, 1862,
at Fredericksburg, Va. ; discharged, Au-
gust 12, 1864, near Petersburg, Va.; see
63d Infantry; Major, U. S. Volunteers,
by brevet, from March 13, 1865; com-
missioned First Lieutenant, October 29,
1861, with rank from September 12,
1861, original; Captain, December 31,
1861, with rank from December 21, 1861,
vice F. E, Mcllvaine, promoted in U. S.
Army.

THOMAS, PORTER, age 57 years; en-
rolled April 28, 1862, at Kinderhook to
serve three years; mustered in as Chap-
lain, May 14, 1862; discharged, April 22,
1863, at Winchester, Ky.; commissioned
Chaplain, May 13, 1862, with rank from
April 28, 1862, vice O. N. Benton, died,
of wounds received in action.



TORREY, CHARLES W., age 25 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve
three years, and mustered in as As-
sistant Surgeon, October 14, 1861 ; dis-
charged, November 25, 1861; see 5th In-
fantry; commissioned Assistant Sur-
geon, October 24, 1861, with rank from
October 14, 1861, original.

TRYON, FRANCIS W., age 30 years;
enrolled May 27, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in
as Sergeant, Company C, 83d Infantry,
June 15, 1861; appointed Second Lieu-
tenant, Company B, this regiment, Au-
gust 22, 1861; mustered in as such, Oc-
tober I, 1861; wounded in action, March
14, 1862, at New Berne, N. C. ; mustered
in as First Lieutenant, Company D,
May 8, 1862 ; discharged for disability
from wounds, December 6, 1863 ; com-
missioned Second Lieutenant, October

29, 1861, with rank from October 18,

1861, original; First Lieutenant, June 20,

1862, with rank from May 8, 1862, vice
Henry W. Francis, promoted.

TUTTLE, GEORGE A., age 33 years;
enrolled August 28, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in
as Sergeant, Company A, August 31,
1861; as Second Lieutenant, May 16,
1862; as First Lieutenant, September

30, 1862; as Captain, January 18, 1864;
discharged, October 24, 1864, at Poplar
Grove Church, Va.; commissioned Sec-
ond Lieutenant, June 20, 1862, with rank
from May 16, 1862, vice G. H. McKib-
bin, promoted; First Lieutenant, No-
vember 17, 1862, with rank from Sep-
tember 30, 1862, vice T. B. Marsh, pro-
moted; Captain, December 19, 1863,
with rank from March 14, 1863, vice
J. G. Wright, promoted.

VAN DERHOOF, FREDERICK D., age
22 years; enrolled near Poplar Grove
Church, Va., to serve three years, and
mustered in as Assistant Surgeon, No-
vember 13, 1864; discharged, June 9,
1865, at Alexandria, Va. ; see iS3d Infan-
try; commissioned Assistant Surgeon,
October 25, 1864, with rank from Octo-
ber 8, 1864, vice G. H. Leonard, deceased.

WALDRON. CHAUNCEY W., age 19
years; enrolled at New York city to serve
three years, and mustered in as Private,
Company B, October 7, 1861; promoted
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as a veteran, December I, 1863; pro-
moted Sergeant, March I, 1864; wounded
in action, May 6, 1864, at the Wilderness,
Va. ; mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
Company F, February 16, 1865 ; as First
Lieutenant, May 31, 1865; mustered out
with company, July 25, 1865, near Alex-
andria, Va. ; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, January 26, 1865, with rank from
January i, 1865, vice W. S. Schoonmaker,
resigned; First Lieutenant, July 13, 1865,
with rank from May 31, 1865, vice W. E.
Babcock, resigned.

WALDRON, FREDERICK E., Second
Lieutenant, 25th Cavalry; mustered in as
First Lieutenant, Company H, this regi-
ment, September 12, 1864; captured, prior
to February, 1865; paroled, no date;
mustered in as Captain, Company G, to
date February 27, 1865; dismissed, Au-
gust 2, 1865; commissioned First Lieu-
tenant, July 21, 1864, with rank of same
date, vice C. W. Walton, promoted; Cap-
tain, February 27, 1865, with rank from
December 31, 1864, vice T. B. Marsh,
promoted.

WALTON, CHARLES W., age 19 years;
enrolled September 23, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in as
Private, Company B, October 18, 1861;
promoted Corporal in 1862; wounded in
action, September 17, 1862, at Antietam,
Md. ; mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
September 29, 1862; as First Lieutenant,
Company E, March 14, 1863; as Cap-
tain, Company D, April 20, 1864; trans-
ferred to Company E, April 22, 1864;
discharged, October 6, 1864, near Poplar
Grove Church, Va. ; commissioned Sec-
ond Lieutenant, November 17, 1862, with
rank from September 29, 1862, vice J. H.
Buckley, promoted; First Lieutenant,
March 30, 1863, with rank from March
14, 1863, vice D. E. Jenkins, promoted;
Captain, April 13, 1864, with rank from
March 19, 1864, vice H. W. Francis, re-
signed.

WARRICK, FREEMAN, age 28 years;
enrolled August 20, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in as
Private, Company A, September 9, 1861;
promoted Corporal, January 8, 1863; re-
enlisted as a veteran, December i, 1863;
wounded, July 17, 1864: promoted Ser-
geant, September 10, 1864; mustered out
with company, July 25, 1865, near Alex-
andria, Va. ; commissioned, not mustered,



Second Lieutenant, June 17, 1865, with
rank from May 17, 1865, vice W. H.
Weaver, promoted.

WATSON, THOMAS, age 33 years; en-
rolled August 14, 1861, at New York city
to serve three years; mustered in as First
Sergeant, Company C, September 9, 1861;
as Second Lieutenant, April 10, 1862; as
First Lieutenant, September 17, 1862; as
Captain, October 25, 1862; discharged,
January 17, 1863; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, May 13, 1862, with rank from
April n, 1862, vice A. W. McKee, pro-
moted; First Lieutenant, October 14,
1862, with rank from September 17, 1862,
vice A. W. McKee, appointed Adjutant;
Captain, December 12, 1862, with rank
from October 26, 1862, vice William Cuff,
resigned.

WEAVER, WILLIAM H., age 26 years;
enrolled at Dobbs Ferry to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany D, August 22, 1861; promoted Cor-
poral in 1861; captured in action, August
30, 1862, at Bull Run, Va. ; paroled, no
date; promoted Sergeant in September or
October, 1863; re-enlisted as a veteran,
December i, 1863; promoted Quartermas-
ter-Sergeant, July i, 1864; mustered in as
Second Lieutenant, Company H, March
6, 1865; as First Lieutenant, June 3, 1865;
mustered out with company, July 25,
1865, near Alexandria, Va. ; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, January 25, 1865, with
rank from December 24, 1864, vice W. M.
Hatch, promoted; First Lieutenant, May
I/, 1865, with rank from January i, 1865,
vice J. Loughran, promoted.

WHITBECK, MARTIN, age 19 years;
enrolled October 5, 1861, at Richmond-
ville to serve three years; mustered in as
Private, Company I, October 9, 1861 :
promoted Corporal, October 21, 1862;
Sergeant, March 14, 1863; re-enlisted as
a veteran, December i, 1863; captured in
action, September 30, 1864, near Peters-
burg, Va. ; died, of disease, January 9,
1865, at Danville, Va., a prisoner of war;
commissioned, not mustered, First Lieu-
tenant, January 25, 1865, with rank from
January 9, 1865, vice John Rigby, dis-
charged.

WHITMAN, GEORGE W., age 31 years;
enrolled September 13, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in as
Sergeant-Major, September 18, 1861; as
Second Lieutenant, Company D, March



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24, 1862; as First Lieutenant, Company
E, November i, 1862; as Captain, Com-
pany K, same date; wounded in action,
December 13, 1862, at Fredericksburg,
Va.; captured in action, September 30,

1864, at Poplar Grove Church, Va. ; ex-
changed, subsequent to February, 1865;
mustered in as Alajor, May 18, 1865;
mustered out with regiment, July 25,

1865, near Alexandria, Va. ; Lieutenant-
Colonel, U. S. Volunteers, by brevet,
from March 13, 1865; commissioned Sec-
ond Lieutenant, April 5, 1862, with rank
from March 14, 1862, vice T. B. Marsh,
promoted; First Lieutenant, October 15,
1862, with rank from September 20, 1862,
vice G. A. Porter, promoted; Captain,
December 12, 1862, with rank from No-
vember I, 1862, vice G. A. Porter, dis-
charged; Major, May 13, 1865, with rank
from April 29, 1865, vice T. B. Marsh,
promoted.

WILLIS, FRANK I., age 21 years; en-
rolled September 19, 1861, at New York
city to serve three years; mustered in as
Corporal, Company A, September 20,
1861; promoted Sergeant, August 30,
1863; re-enlisted as a veteran, February

25, 1864; wounded in action, July 30,
1864, at Petersburg, Va. ; discharged,
March I, 1865, at Douglas Hospital,
Washington, D. C., for disability caused
by wounds; commissioned, not mustered,
Second Lieutenant, September 16, 1864,
with rank from March 19, 1864, vice L. S.
Schoonmaker, promoted.

WOOD, THOMAS, age 34 years; enrolled
September 2, 1861, at Yonkers to serve
three years; mustered in as Corporal,
Company E, September 9, 1861; pro-
moted Sergeant, May 21, 1862; Commis-
sary-Sergeant, September 25, 1862; mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, Company
K, November i, 1862; discharged, April
25, 1863; commissioned Second Lieuten-
ant, December 12, 1862, with rank from
November i, 1862, vice D. E. Jenkins,
promoted.

WOODRON, CHARLES, First Lieuten-
ant, N. Y. Rifles; accepted, September
20, 1861; discharged, October n, 1861, by
consolidation with this regiment ; not com-
missioned.

WORRALL, WILLIAM T., age 28 years;
Captain, Company E, Shepard Rifles;
accepted, September 16, 1861; discharged,
October n, 1861, by consolidation with



this regiment; not commissioned; subse-
quent service in 82d Infantry.
WRIGHT, DAVID F., age 22 years; en-
rolled April 17, 1861, at New York city
to serve one month; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company C, 7th Militia, April 26,
1861 ; mustered out with company, June
3, 1861, at New York city; again enrolled
August 25, 1861, at New York city to
serve three years; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company B, this regiment,
August 28, 1861; as Captain, September

28, 1862; discharged, October 12, 1864;
commissioned First Lieutenant, October

29, 1861, with rank from September 20,

1861, original; Captain, November 17,

1862, with rank from September 28, 1862,
vice Stephen W. Chase, resigned.

WRIGHT, JOHN G., age 24 years; en-
rolled April 17, 1861, at New York city
to serve one month; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company C, 7th Militia, April 26,
1861; mustered out with company, June
3, 1861, at New York city; again enrolled
August 20, 1861, at New York city to
serve three years; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company A, this regiment, Octo-
ber 8, 1861; as Major, March 14, 1863;
captured in action, September 30, 1864,
at Poplar Grove Church, Va.; exchanged,
subsequent to February, 1865; mustered
in as Lieutenant-Colonel, to date Decem-
ber 31, 1864; as Colonel, May 18, 1865;
mustered out with regiment, July 25,
1865, near Alexandria, Va.; Brigadier-
General, U. S. Volunteers, by brevet,
from March 13, 1865; commissioned Cap-
tain, October 29, 1861, with rank from
October 8, 1861, original; Major, March
31, 1863, with rank from March 14, 1863,
vice R. C. Mitchell, promoted; Lieuten-
ant-Colonel, December 31, 1864, with
rank of same date, vice S. N. Benjamin,
not mustered; Colonel, May 13, 1865, with
rank from April 29, 1865, vice G. H. Mc-
Kibbin, not mustered.

WRIGHT, ORANGE, age 23 years; en-
rolled October i, 1861, at Worcester to
serve three years; mustered in as Ser-
geant, Company I, October 9, 1861 ; as
Second Lieutenant, August i, 1862; as
First Lieutenant, November i, 1862; dis-
charged, August S, 1863; not commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant; commissioned
First Lieutenant, December 12, 1862, with
rank from October 26, 1862, vice T. Wat-
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FIFTY-SECOND REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).

Sigel Rifles.

This regiment was organized at New York city October II, 1861, but its organization
not completed until October 29, 1861, when the German Rangers were united with the
Sigel Rifles. The former were in course of recruiting under Col. Emil Von Schoening
under authority from the War Department dated July 27, 1861 ; at the time of the con-
solidation part of the Honved Regiment, Col. Edward Count Wratislaw, had already been
merged into the German Rangers. Companies A, B, C, D, E, F and G were formed of the
latter, and H, I and K of Companies A, C and D of the Sigel Rifles. Company B of the
latter was merged in Companies H, I and K of the new organization, of which Col. Paul
Frank of the Sigel Rifles was appointed Colonel. The companies were recruited in New
York city and there mustered in the service of the United States for three years, between
August 3 and November 5, 1861. At the expiration of its term of service in August, Sep-
tember and October, 1864, the men entitled thereto were discharged, and the regiment re-
tained in service, but consolidated into six companies, the old Companies E, F, G, H, I and
K becoming new Companies A, B, C, D, E and F, respectively, and a new Company G
was formed of recruits received in the field.

The regiment left the State November n, 1861 ; served in French's Brigade, Sumner's
Division, Army of the Potomac, from November, 1861 ; in the same, 3d, Brigade, Richard-
son's, ist, Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Potomac, from March 13, 1862; in the ist
Brigade, ist Division, 2d Corps, from August, 1862; in the 3d Brigade, ist Division, 2d
Corps, from September, 1862; in the Consolidated Brigade, ist Division, 2d Corps, from
July, 1864; in the 3d Brigade, ist Division, 2d Corps, from November 2, 1864; and it
was honorably discharged and mustered out, commanded by Col. Henry M. Karples, July
I, 1865, at Alexandria, Va.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 8 officers, 82 enlisted men;
of wounds received in action, 6 officers, 56 enlisted men ; of disease and other causes, 199
enlisted men; total, 14 officers, 337 enlisted men; aggregate, 351; of whom i officer, 107
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.


ui

!-r
O

o

e

o


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Siege of Yorktown Va


1862.
April 1 6-
May 4
May 3 i-
June i
June 25-
July 2
June 27
29
29

3
3
July i
Sept. 15-16
17
Oct. 16-17
Nov. 2
i7
Dec. 11-15
1863.
May 1-3
4

July 1-3

14




















Fair Oaks Va


"




15


i


13


/


2




4
i?


122
17


Seven Days' Battle Va


Games' Mill


Peach Orchard


Savage Station
















White Oak Swamp Bridge


Glendale


Malvern Hill


Antietam Creek Md .


Antietam Md




4




i


3


8




2


18


Charlestown W Va . .


Snicker's Gap Va




















Falmouth, Va




















Fredericksburg Va


I


5

3


i


4
3


i

2


32
25






43
43


Chancellorsville Va




9


Bank's Ford, Va


Gettysburg Pa . .


I


I




I


3


22




10


38


WjJliamsport, Md. .



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


Aggregate.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Auburn, Va


1862.
Oct. 14
14
15
Nov. 26-
Dec. 2
Nov. 27
1864.
May s-7
8-21
910

12

18

2226
27-31
June 1-12
June 15-
Apr. 2
1865.
June 15-19
21-23
July 27-29
Aug. 14-18

25
Dec. 8-9
1865.
March 2 5
Mar. 28-
April 9
Mar. 29-31
April 2
6
9




i

2




};;


i


5






9

12

3

6
164

7
8

40
54




Mitchell's Ford, Va




12


Mine Run Campaign, Va


1










3




Robertson's Tavern


1

2


2

8
6
5


i

i

2


2

5
4








Wilderness Va. .


Spotsylvania Court House, Va


1

] !


97
6




23

i
i

4
I


Po River


The Salient


Landron House


North Anna Va








Cold Harbor Va


J

I


2

ry

3

7








Before Petersburg, Va




I I








Assault of Petersburg, Va




9

2


}_


28




Weldon Railroad Va


Deep Bottom, Va


Strawberry Plains, Va












2






2
31


Ream's Station Va




1






2


i


26


Hatcher's Run, Va










Petersburg Works, Va ...




























1


I


4 S

I




12
7


73

4


White Oak Ridge Va


3


7

2




Fall of Petersburg. .


Deatonsville Road


Appomattox Court House








Loss at minor affairs








Total loss














8


82


6


5&


29


387


i


125


694







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.

PAUL FRANK, from November i, 1861,
to November g, 1864.

Lieutenant-Colonels.

PHILIP G. LICHTENSTEIN, from No-
vember 9, 1861, to November 24, 1862.

CHARLES GODFREY FREUDENBERG,
from November 24, 1862, to December n,
1863.

HENRY M. KARPLES, from May 18,
1864, to July i, 1865.

Majors.

PHILIP G. LICHTENSTEIN, from No-
vember i to November 9, 1861.

CHARLES GODFREY FREUDENBERG,
from November 9, 1861, to November 24,
1862.

EDWARD VENUTI, from February 9 to
July 2, 1863.

HENRY M. KARPLES, from September
i, 1863, to May 18, 1864.



HENRY P. RITZIUS, from December 8,
1864, to July i, 1865.

Adjutants.

EUGENE VON SCHOENING, from Au-
gust 10, 1861, to January or February,
1862.

CHARLES LATY, from November i to
December 4, 1861, and from December 5,
1861, to December 13, 1862.

CHARLES W. SCHAFFNER, from No-
vember 17, 1862, to October 14, 1863.

CARL MUELLER, from January 8 to June

IS, 1864.
PAUL FUCHS, from July 29 to October

10, 1864.
JOHN DOEFFNER, from March 13 to

July i, 1865.

Quartermasters.

MORITZ SICHEL, from October 9, 1861,

to October 9, 1864.
ADOLPH MEYER, from October 8, 1864,

to March 15, 1865.



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JAMES L, REA, from May i to July i,
1865.

Surgeons.

GEORGE C. STIEBELIXG, from Novem-
ber 4, 1861, to July 8, 1862.

JULIUS C. RAPPOLD, from July 31, 1802,
to November 24, 1863.

MORITZ AUGUST FROEHLICH, from
January 8 to September 22, 1864.

ERNEST WEILER, from December 16,
1864, to February 6, 1865.

JOSEPH C. KAIER, from June 21 to July
i, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.
JULIUS C. RAPPOLD, from November

19, 1861, to July 31, 1862.
PETER JOSEPH REUSS, from July 22 to

December 10, 1862.
GUSTAV JACOBI, from October 10, 1862,

to September 10, 1863.
GUSTAVUS A. BINGEL, from October 7,

1863, to March 5, 1864.
ERNEST WEILER, from November 16,

1863, to December 16, 1864.
JO'SEPH C. KAIER, from March 7, 1864,

to June 21, 1865.
CHARLES ALTHAUS, from March 3 to

July i, 1865.

Chaplain.

FRIEDRICH STEFFEN, from November
9, 1861, to September 25, 1863.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:

CHARLES GODFREY FREUDENBERG,
from November i to November 9, 1861.

GEORGE DOTZERT, from March i to
October 21, 1862.

HERMAN CAESAR, from January 2 to
May 10, 1863.

HENRY P. RITZIUS, from September 16,
1863, to December 8, 1864.

FRANZ H. REINHARDT, from Septem-
ber 2, 1864, to February 22, 1865.

GEORGE W. SIMMONS, from March 2
to July i, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
WILLIAM HELF, from November i, 1861,

to March 2, 1862.

EUGENE VON SCHOENING, from
March 2 to September 6, 1862.
152



EMIL H. FRANK, from September 7,
1862, to February 13, 1863.

ADOLPH MEYER, from February 5 to
-, 1864.

FREDERICK D. MARTIN, from Septem-
ber 2, 1864, to January 2, 1865.

GEORGE W. SIMMONS, from February
18 to March 2, 1865.

JOHN BURKE, from March 13 to March
31, 1865.

CHARLES HENRY COOK, from May i
to July i, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

WILLIAM FRANKE, from November i

to November 18, 1861.
LOUIS KAPPLER, from February 27 to

August 20, 1862.
WILLIAM KAISER, from July 18, 1862,

to October 23, 1863.
PAUL FUCHS, from November 17, 1863,

to July 29, 1864.

WILLIAM WESTERHOLD, from Sep-
tember 2, 1864, to March 2, 1865.
PAUL SCHREIBER, from March 14 to

March 31, 1865.
HENRY ORTLEPP, from May 19 to July

i, 1865.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:
HENRY L. KLEIN, from November i,

1861, to October 27, 1862.
WILLIAM SCHERRER, from August 23,

1862, to May 26, 1864.

JACOB HUBER, from September 4, 1864,

to March II, 1865.
WILLIAM MEYERHOFF, from March

13 to July i, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

GEORGE DOTZERT, from November i,
1861, to March i, 1862.

WILLIAM SCHERRER, from March 21
to August 23, 1862.

EWALD PLOETTIG, from November 20
to December 28, 1863.

LOUIS WOLF, from September 4 to Octo-
ber 21, 1864.

JAMES L. REA, from March 2 to May I,
1865.

Second Lieutenants:

WILLIAM SCHERRER. from November
i. 1861, to March 21, 1862.



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CHRISTIAN MONTEN, from April to

October 3, 1862.
EWALD PLOETTIG, from September 30

to November 20, 1863.
EUGENE WALSH, from December 15,

1863, to June 15, 1864.

WILLIAM FELDHAUSEN, from July 29

to August 3, 1864.

LUDWIG VITZTHUM VON ECK-
STEDT, from September 4, 1864, to June
12, 1865.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains:
GUSTAV SCHULTZ, from November i,

1861, to January 8, 1862.

WILLIAM HELP, from March 2 to July
30, 1862.

HENRY GERECKE, from July 17, 1862,
to April 25, 1863.

CHARLES KRONMEYER, from Septem-
ber 17, 1863, to August 15, 1864, and from
September 17, 1864, to July I, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

EMIL JULIUS BUNSMAN, from No-
vember i, 1861, to June 17, 1862.
HENRY P. RITZIUS, from August 23,

1862, to September 16, 1863.
WILLIAM VON REICHENSTEIN, from

January 18 to August 15, 1864.
WILLIAM MEYERHOFF, from January
29 to March 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
CHARLES KRETER, from November I,

1861, to - .

HERMANN EHRICHS, from June 11 to

November i, 1862.
ALBERT REINERT, from November I,

1862, to November 17, 1863.
FREDERICK BROWN, from , to

October 5, 1864.
WILHELM CLOSTER, from October 21,

1864, to February 27, 1865.

JOHN DOEFFNER, from March 3 to

March 13, 1865.
RICHARD WILLIAM HEIDENRICH,

from March 14 to July i, 1865.

OF COMPANY D.
Captains:

OSCAR VON SCHOENING, from No-
vember i, 1861, to March u, 1862.
ADOLPH SEEM ANN, from March 11 to
November I, 1862.



WILLIAM KAISER, from November 17,

1863, to April 26, 1864.

HENRY RITTER, from June 10 to August
23, 1864, and from October 4, 1864, to
July i, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
ALEXANDER VON KAMINSKY, from

November I, 1861, to January 16, 1863.
HERMANN EHRICHS, from November

i, 1862, to June 15, 1863.
WILLIAM KAISER, from October 23 to

November 17, 1863.
NICHOLAUS HEINRICH, from February

17 to May , 1864.
JOHN BAMBACH, from October 4, 1864,

to May 3, 1865.
PETER HEHL, from April 2 to July I,

1865.

Second Lieutenants:
JOHANN ELLSMANN, from November

1, 1861, to January 8, 1862.
BERNHARDT VON KNOBELSDORF,

from December 16, 1863, to March 14,

1864.
WILLIAM WESTERHOLD, from May 15

to August 23, 1864.
FREDERICK BROWN, from September

17, 1864, to .

WILLIAM MEYERHOFF, from October

4, 1864, to January 29, 1865.
EDWARD ZIMMER, from December 31,

1864, to March 2, 1865.

PETER HEHL, from March 14 to April

2, 1865.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:

JOHN C. MESSERSCHMIDT, from No-
vember i to December 18, 1861.

PAUL REICHARDT, from March i to
August 23, 1862.

HENRY M. KARPLES, from October 7,
1862, to September i, 1863.

FRANZ H. REINHARDT, from Novem-
ber 17, 1863, to September 2, 1864.

GEORGE DEGENER, from September 17,
1864, to May 31, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
GOTTLIEB NOEDEL, from November I

to November 8, 1861.
CHARLES KRETER, from , to

June ii, 1862.



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