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geant, Company F, August 13, 1862; pro-
moted First Sergeant, May 28, 1864;
killed in action, September 29, 1864, at
Chaffin's Farm, Va.; commissioned, not
mustered, Second Lieutenant, November
19, 1864, with rank from October 8, 1864,
vice W. Appleton, resigned.

OLMSTEAD, FAYETTE W., age 21
years; enrolled July 26, 1862, at Camden
to serve three years; mustered in as Ser-
geant, Company B, August 9, 1862; pro-
moted First Sergeant, no date; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, Company D,
February 18, 1865; mustered out with



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company, June S, 1865, at Raleigh, N.
C.; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
January 31, 1865. with rank from De-
cember 17, 1864, vice J. G. Glazier, pro-
moted.

PEASE, HARRISON, age 21 years; en-
rolled May i, 1861, at Utica to serve
two years; mustered in as Private, Com-
pany A, 26th Infantry, May 21, 1861; pro-
moted Quartermaster-Sergeant, no date;
returned to ranks and retransferred to
Company A, August 22, 1861; mustered
in as First Lieutenant, Company B, this
regiment, September 5, 1862; as Captain,
July 12, 1864; mustered out with com-
pany, June 8, 1865, at Raleigh, N. C.;
Lieutenant-Colonel, N. Y. Volunteers, by
brevet; commissioned First Lieutenant,
September 10, 1862, with rank from Au-
gust 19, 1862, original; Captain, June 29,

1864, with rank from June 19, 1864, vice
I. H. Dann. killed in action.

PEASE, WILLIAM E., age 21 years; en-
rolled July 17, 1862, at Utica to serve
three years; mustered in as Sergeant,
Company B, August 9, 1862; as Second
Lieutenant, May 19, 1864; as First Lieu-
tenant, Company E, January 19, 1865;
mustered out with company, June 8, 1865,
at Raleigh, N. C.; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, May 25, 1864, with rank from
May 19, 1864, vice W. C. Casselman,
killed in action; First Lieutenant, Janu-
ary 31, 1865, with rank from January 19,

1865, vice Frank H. Lay, promoted.
PEASE, WILLIAM R., Captain, 7th U.

S. Infantry; appointed Colonel, this regi-
ment, July 19, 1862; mustered in as such,
August 16, 1862; discharged for disability.
August 26, 1863; Brigadier-General, U.
S. Volunteers, by brevet, from March 13,
1865; commissioned Colonel, August 22,
1862, with rank from August 19, 1862,
original.

RACE, JAMES A., a<^e 26 years; enrolled
August 15, 1862, at Rome to serve three
years; mustered in as Captain, Company
K, August 16, 1862; discharged, October
24, 1862; commissioned Captain, Septem-
ber 10, 1862, with rank from August 16,
1862, original.

RICHARDS, WILLIAM E., age 33 years;
enrolled August 6, 1862, at Utica to serve
three years; mustered in as Private,
Company A, August 8, 1862; promoted



Quartermaster-Sergeant, August 16, 1862;
mustered in as First Lieutenant and
Quartermaster, November 24, 1862; mus-
tered out with regiment, June 8, 1865, at
Raleigh, N. C.; commissioned First Lieu-
tenant and Quartermaster, November 19,
1862, with rank from October 24, 1862,
vice E. Bagg, promoted.

RISLEY, EDWIN, age 19 years; enrolled
July 30, 1862, at Sangerfield to serve three
years; mustered in as First Lieutenant,
Company D, August 13, 1862; discharged,
May 12, 1863; commissioned First Lieu-
tenant, September 10, 1862, with rank
from August 13, 1862, original.

ROGERS, JOHN, age 27 years; enrolled
at Utica to serve three years, and mus-
tered in as Private, Company D, July u,
1864; transferred to Company I, 48th
Infantry, June 9, 1865; promoted Cor-
poral, July 22, 1865; mustered out with
company, September i, 1865, at Raleigh,
N. C. ; commissioned, not mustered, Sec-
ond Lieutenant, December 10, 1864, with
rank from November i, 1864, vice G. W.
Ross, promoted.

ROSS, GEORGE W., age 26 years; en-
rolled July 22, 1862, at Utica to serve
three years; mustered in as First Ser-
geant, Company A, August 8, 1862; as
Second Lieutenant, Company D, Septem-
ber 21, 1863; as First Lieutenant, July 12,
1864; transferred to Company A, no
date; mustered out with company, June
8. 1865, at Raleigh, N. C.; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, August 8, 1863, with
rank from May 12, 1863, vice D. B.
Magill, promoted; First Lieutenant, June
29, 1864, with rank from June 19, 1864,
vice Harrison Pease, promoted.

ROYS, CHARLES H., age 25 years; en-
rolled at Rome to serve three years, and
mustered in as Captain, Company G, Au-
gust 12, 1862; dismissed, July 25, 1863;
again enrolled, and mustered in as First
Lieutenant and Adjutant, December i,
1864; transferred to 48th Infantry as First
Lieutenant, June 9, 1865; .commissioned
Captain, September 10, 1862, with rank
from August 13, 1862, original; First
Lieutenant and Adjutant, November 2,
1864, with rank from October 14, 1864,
vice C. S. Millard, resigned.

SHEDD, HENRY, age 24 years; enrolled
at Lowell to serve three years, and mus-



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tered in as Second Lieutenant, Com-
pany H, August 14, 1862; discharged,
March 2, 1863, at Camp Morris, Md.;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, Sep-
tember 10, 1862, with rank from August
14, 1862, original.

SHOREY, EBEN M., age 24 years; en-
rolled July 24, 1862, at Utica to serve
three years; mustered in as Private,
Company A, August 8, 1862; promoted
Corporal, September i, 1862; Sergeant,
September 23, 1863; mustered in as Sec-
ond Lieutenant, October 8, 1864; mus-
tered out with company, June 8, 1865, at
Raleigh, N. C; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, October 31, 1864, with rank
from October 8, 1864, vice Eugene C.
Skinner, promoted.

SKINNER, EUGENE C, age 21 years;
enrolled July 28, 1862, at Utica to serve
three years; mustered in as Sergeant,
Company A, August 8, 1862; promoted
First Sergeant, September i, 1863; mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, Com-
pany C, May 19, 1864; as First Lieuten-
ant, October 8, 1864; mustered out with
company, June 8, 1865, at Raleigh, N. C.;
Captain, U. S. Volunteers, by brevet,
from March 13, 1865; commissioned Sec-
ond Lieutenant, May 25, 1864, with rank
from May 19, 1864, vice B. F. Miller,
promoted; First Lieutenant, October 31,
1864, with rank from October 8, 1864,
vice W. L. Bartholomew, promoted.

SMITH, ALGERNON E., age 21 years;
enrolled at Rome to serve three years,
and mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
Company G, August 13, 1862; as First
Lieutenant, Company E, March 26, 1864;
as Captain, Company G, October 9, 1864;
mustered out for disability from wounds
received in action, to date May 15, 1865;
Major, U. S. Volunteers, by brevet,
from March 13, 1865; commissioned Sec-
ond Lieutenant, September 10, 1862, with
rank from August 13, 1862, original; First
Lieutenant, March 30, 1864, with rank
from March 26, 1864, vice W. J. Hunt,
promoted; Captain, September 16, 1864,
with rank from August 23, 1864, vice
L. K. Brown, resigned.

SOUTH WORTH, WILLIAM, age 23
years; enrolled at Westmoreland to serve
three years, and mustered in as Sergeant,
Company H, August 14, 1862; promoted



First Sergeant, May 23, 1864; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, March 29, 1865;
mustered out with company, June 8, 1865,
at Raleigh, N. C.; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, April 22, 1865, with rank
from March 29, 1865, vice J. Rogers, not
mustered.

STEVENS, ALMON R., age 32 years;
enrolled at Utica to serve three years,
and mustered in as Captain, Company H,
August 14, 1862; mustered out, to date
June 8, 1865; commissioned Captain, Sep-
tember 10, 1862, with rank from August
14, 1862, original.

STEVES, SETH J., late Second Lieu-
tenant, 8ist Infantry; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company F, this regiment, August
13, 1862; discharged, March 3, 1863; sub-
sequent service in i5th Cavalry; commis-
sioned Captain, September 10, 1862, with
rank from August 13, 1862, original.

STONE, J. PARSONS, age 28 years; en-
rolled at Camden to serve three years,
and mustered in as First Lieutenant,
Company B, August 9, 1862; as Captain,
August 20, 1862; killed in action, June 17,
1864, near Petersburg, Va.; not commis-
sioned First Lieutenant; commissioned
Captain, September 10, 1862, with rank
from August 19, 1862, original.

THOMAS, JOHN T, late First Lieuten-
ant, 8ist Infantry; enrolled July 15, 1862,
at Trenton to serve three years; mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, Com-
pany F, this regiment, August 13, 1862;
as First Lieutenant, Company C, Decem-
ber 27, 1863; as Captain, Company D,
October n, 1864; killed in action, Janu-
ary 15, 1865, at Fort Fisher, N. C.;
Major, U. S. Volunteers, by brevet, from
March 13, 1865; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, September 10, 1862, with rank
from August 13, 1862, original; First
Lieutenant, December 14, 1863, with rank
from August 26, 1863, vice J. F. Kerrigan,
promoted; Captain, September 16, 1864,
with rank from July 18, 1864, vice E.
Bagg, promoted.

WALCOTT, JOHN MARSHALL, age
28 years; enrolled July n, 1862, at Whites-
town to serve three years; mustered in
as Captain, Company D, August 13, 1862;
transferred to loth Regiment, Veteran
Reserve Corps, November 30, 1863; com-



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missioned Captain, September 10, 1862,
with rank from August 13, 1862, original.

WARR, EDWARD, late Captain, Hth In-
fantry; mustered in as Captain, Company
C, this regiment, May I, 1864; discharged
for disability, March 25, 1865; Major, U.
S. Volunteers, by brevet, from March 13,
1865; commissioned Captain, March 26,
1864, with rank of same date, vice C.
Wheelock, resigned.

WHEELOCK, CHARLES, age 28 years;
enrolled at Rome to serve three years,
and mustered in as Captain, Company I,
August 15, 1862; discharged for disability,
February 14, 1864; commissioned Captain,
September 10, 1862, with rank from Au-
gust 19, 1862, original.

WHITE, ALVIN, age 47 years; enrolled
at Rome to serve three years, and mus-
tered in as Captain, Company A, August
8, 1862; as Lieutenant-Colonel, August 16,
1862; as Colonel, August 27, 1863;
wounded in action before Petersburg, Va.,



May, 1864; discharged, July 18, 1864; not
commissioned Captain; commissioned
Lieutenant-Colonel, August 22, 1862, with
rank from August 19, 1862, original; Col-
onel, September 5, 1863, with rank from
August 26, 1863, vice William R. Pease,
discharged.

WILLIAMS, J. KNOX, age 24 years; en-
rolled August 12, 1862, at Vernon to serve
three years; mustered in as Sergeant,
Company G, August 13, 1862; as Second
Lieutenant, Company E, March 19, 1864;
as First Lieutenant, Company B, July 12,
1864; wounded in action, September 29,
1864, and died of his wounds, September
30, 1864, at Chaffin's Farm, Va.; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, December 4,

1863, with rank from July 25, 1863, vice
A. M. Erwin, promoted; First Lieuten-
ant, June 29, 1864, with rank from June
19, 1864, vice D. B. Magill, promoted;
Captain, not mustered, September 20,

1864, with rank of same date, vice .



ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.

Adirondack Regiment.

Colonel Samuel T. Richards received, July 7, 1862, authority to recruit this regiment in
the counties of Clinton, Essex and Warren; it was organized at Plattsburg and there mus-
tered in the service of the United States for three years August 18 to 20, 1862. The mem-
bers of the regiment not to be discharged with it were transferred to the g6th Infantry
June 13, 1865.

The companies were recruited principally: A at Queensbury and Plattsburg; B at
Chazy, Ellenburg and Saranac; C at St. Armand, Jay, Keene, North Elba and Wilming-
ton ; D at Horicon, Chester, Johnsburg and Luzerne ; E at Crown Point, Moriah, New-
comb, North Hudson, Schroon and Ticonderoga; F at Essex, Elizabethtown, Moriah and
Westport; G at Luzerne, Bolton, Caldwell, Johnsburg, Stony Creek and Warrensburg;
H at Plattsburg; I at Champlain, Chazy, Dannemora and Mooers, and K at Au Sable,
Black Brook and Peru.

The regiment left the State September 3, 1862; served in the Middle Department, 8th
Corps, from September 4, 1862: in the defenses and Department of Washington, later in
Provisional Brigade, Abercrombie's Division, 22d Corps, from October 24, 1862; in the
District of Washington, from February, 1863; at Suffolk, Va., in Reserve Brigade, 7th
Corps, Department of Virginia, from April 22, 1863; in ist Brigade, Getty's Division, 7th
Corps, from May, 1863; in Wistar's Brigade, 4th Corps, from June, 1863; in Provisional
Brigade, 7th Corps, from July, 1863 ; at Yorktown, Va., from August, 1863 ; at Norfolk
and Portsmouth, Department of Virginia, from October, 1863; at Norfolk, Va., from
November, 1863; at Newport News, Va., from December, 1863; in Wistar's Division, iSth
Corps, from January, 1864; in Heckman's Division, i8th Corps, from February, 1864;
in the 2d Brigade, ist Division, iSth Corps, Army of the James, from April, 1864; in the
2d Brigade, 3d Division, 24th Corps, from December, 1864, and it was honorably dis-
charged and mustered out, under Col. George F. Nichols, June 13, 1865, at Richmond, Va.



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During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 5 officers, 55 enlisted
men; of wounds received in action, i officer, 43 enlisted men; of disease and other causes,
188 enlisted men; total, 6 officers, 286 enlisted men; aggregate, 292; of whom 45 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.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


w
K

to



ta




Enlisted
men.


Siege of Suffolk Va


1863.
April 20-
May 4
May 23
June 1 6
July 4
25
1864.
March 9
April 14

May 5-31
6-7
9-10
12-13
14-16
18-26
June i- 1 2
i

June 15-
Apnl 2,
1865
June 15-19
Sept. 29-
Oct. i
Oct. 27-29
1865.
April 2




















Antioch Church and Baker's Cross Roads, Va. . .
Franklin Va






































South Anna Bridge Va




2




i


I


5




2


1 1




Ballyhack Va




















Smithfield Va




















Operations against Petersburg and Richmond,
Va













3

i


94

17

35
13

53
9


4


42


199
32

43

21

67
III


Port Walthall and Chester Station










Swift Creek












a


I
38






Drewry's Bluff


i


14




Cold Harbor Va


i


2
3
3

I


)-


5

i


First Assault


Second Assault






Before Petersburg and Richmond Va


Assault of Petersburg Va


i

i


I

3

i




5

7
4


I

4

2






Chaffin's Farm Va






Fair Oaks Va


5


89


Fall of Petersburg Va


Total loss




















5


55


i


43


12


226


9


133


484







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.
SAMUEL T. RICHARDS, from July 7,

1862, to July 8, 1863.

OLIVER KEESE, JR., from August 12,

1863, to September 16, 1864.
GEORGE FREDERICK NICHOLS,

from November 13, 1864, to June 13, 1865.

Lieutenant-Colonels.

OLIVER KEESE, JR., from August 21,
1862, to August 12, 1863.

GEORGE FREDERICK NICHOLS,
from August 12, 1863, to November 13,
1864.

LEVI SPENCER DOMINY, from Sep-
tember 16, 1864, to June 13, 1865.

Majors.

GEORGE FREDERICK NICHOLS,
from August 21, 1862, to August 12, 1863.



CHARLES ELISHA PRUYN, from Au-
gust 28, 1863, to June 15, 1864.

LEVI SPENCER DOMINY, from August
29 to September 16, 1864.

JOHN LOVELL CUNNINGHAM, from
September 16, 1864, to June 13, 1865.

Adjutants.
CHARLES ELISHA PRUYN, from July

17, 1862, to August 28, 1863.
JOHN LYNDE CARTER, from July 9,

1863, to October 11, 1864.
CLIFFORD HUBBARD, from May 22 to

June 13, 1865.

Quartermasters.
OLIVER KEESE, JR., from July 16 to

August 21, 1862.
PATRICK KERWIN DELANY, from

August 14, 1862, to August 19, 1864.
HENRY J. NORTHRUP, from August 19,

1864, to June 13, 1865.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



Surgeons.
JOHN HENRY MOOERS, from August

15, 1862, to April 4, 1864.
WILLIAM Q. MANSFIELD, from April

26, 1864, to June 13, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.

JAMES GEORGE PORTEOUS, from Au-
gust 27, 1862, to November 11, 1864.

MELVIN W. WILSON, from October 15,
1862, to October 24, 1864.

JOHN C. PRESTON, from January 12 to
June 13, 1865.

Chaplain.

CHARLES LUTHER HAGAR, from Au-
gust 21, 1862, to June 13, 1865.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:
JOSIAH HENRY NORRIS, from August

10, 1862, to January I, 1864.
JOSEPH RANSOM SEAMAN, from Jan-
uary 29, 1864, to June 3, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

EDWARD RIGGS, from August 10 to De-
cember 9, 1862.

SIMON ELLIOTT CHAMBERLIN,
from January i, 1863, to May 15, 1864.

HENRY JACOB ADAMS, from May 19
to September 16, 1864.

JOHN W. TREADWAY, from December
23, 1864, to June 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
SIMON ELLIOTT CHAMBERLIN,

from August 10, 1862, to January i, 1863.
JAMES S. GARRETT, from December 9,

1862, to January 14, 1864.
PHILIP V. N. McLEAN, from January

14 to May i, 1864.
MICHAEL REYNOLDS, from May i to

June 2, 1864.
GEORGE A POTTER, from October 18,

1864, to April 5, 1865.
EDWARD O. WELCH, from May 11 to

June 13, 1865.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:

LEVI SPENCER DOMINY, from Au-
gust 13, 1862, to August 29, 1864.
GEORGE F. CAMPBELL, from October
15, 1864, to June 13, 1865.



First Lieutenants:
JOHN LYNDE CARTER, from August

13, 1862, to July 9, 1863.
JOSEPH MARCELLUS TENNEY, from

July 8, 1863, to January 13, 1864.
JAMES S. GARRETT, from January 14,

1864, to June 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
JOSEPH MARCELLUS TENNEY, from

August 13, 1862, to July 8, 1863.
HENRY S. GRAVES, from July 9, 1863,

to May 17, 1864.
JOHN W. TREADWAY, from June 8 to

December 23, 1864.
MURRILL PERRY, from December 24,

1864, to June 13, 1865.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains:

JAMES HARVEY PIERCE, from August

17, 1862, to February 9, 1865.
CHARLES W. WELLS, from May 22 to

June 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

NATHAN LONGLEY WASHBURN,
from August 17, 1862, to February 7,

1863.
GEORGE F. CAMPBELL, from March

17, 1863, to October 15, 1864.
LUTHER S. BRYANT, from October 15,

1864, to June 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
GEORGE MORRIS BUTRICK, from

August 17, 1862, to February 13, 1863.
LUTHER S. BRYANT, from February 14,

1863, to October 15, 1864.
CLIFFORD HUBBARD, from December

24, 1864, to May 22, 1865.
NORMAN H. ARNOLD, from May 22 to

June 13, 1865.

OF COMPANY D.
Captains:

RICHARD PRITCHARD SMITH, from
August 18 to December 10, 1862.

EDWARD RIGGS, from December 9,
1862, to August 13, 1863.

JOHN LOVELL CUNNINGHAM, from
August 14, 1863, to September 16, 1864.

HENRY JACOB ADAMS, from Septem-
ber 16, 1864, to April 6, 1865.

JOHN W. ANGELL, from April 14 to
June 13, 1865.



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387



First Lieutenants:

CYRUS ORLANDO BURGE, from Au-
gust 18 to November 20, 1862.

JOHN HOLMES SMITH, JR., from No-
vember 24, 1862, to January 16, 1863.

ROWLAND CASE KELLOGG, from
January 17, 1863, to June 20, 1864.

JOHN W. ANGELL, from June 21, 1864,
to April 14, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JOHN HOLMES SMITH, JR., from Au-
gust 18 to November 24, 1862.

ROWLAND CASE KELLOGG, from
November 24, 1862, to January 17, 1863.

SAMUEL SHERMAN, from January 17,

1863, to March 12, 1864.

PHILIP V. N. McLEAN, from May i,

1864, to June 13, 1865.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:

JACOB PARMERTER, from August 19,

1862, to December 15, 1864.
HENRY S. GRAVES, from January 24

to June 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

JOSEPH RANSOM SEAMAN, from Au-
gust 19, 1862, to January 29, 1864.

JOHN BRYDON, from January 29 to
May 16, 1864.

HENRY S. GRAVES, from May 17, 1864,
to January 24, 1865.

GEORGE A. POTTER, from April 5 to
June 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JOHN BRYDON, from August 19, 1862,

to January 29, 1864.
EDGAR M. WING, from January 29 to

May 16, 1864.
WILLIAM T. BIDWELL, from May 22

to June 13, 1865.

OF COMPANY F.
Captain:

ROBERT WILSON LIVINGSTON, from
August 20, 1862, to June 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

JOHN LOVELL CUNNINGHAM, from
August 20, 1862, to August 14, 1863.



WILLIAM HENRY STEVENSON, from
November 2, 1863, to May 16, 1864.

CHARLES W. WELLS, from June 8, 1864,
to May 22, 1865.

DANIEL A. O'CONNOR, from May 22
to June 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

WILLIAM HENRY STEVENSON, from

August 20, 1862, to November 2, 1863.
EDWARD P. WILSON, from September
.18 to December 12, 1863.
HENRY J. NORTHRUP, from February

25 to August 19, 1864.
DANIEL A. O'CONNOR, from October

24, 1864, to May 22, 1865.
CHARLES A. GRACE, from May 22 to

June 13, 1865.

OF COMPANY G.
Captain:

DENNIS STONE, from August 21, 1862,
to May 15, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

STEPHEN HOOKEY SMITH, from Au-
gust 21 to November 20, 1862.

MYRON NELSON DICKINSON, from
November 20, 1862, to May 3, 1865.

JAMES H. PITT, from June 10 to 13,
1865.

Second Lieutenants:
MYRON NELSON DICKINSON, from

August 21 to November 20, 1862.
TRUMAN H. THOMAS, from November

20, 1862, to November 20, 1863.
HENRY JACOB ADAMS, from Septem-
ber 30, 1863, to May 19, 1864.

NELSON J. GIBBS, from September 23
to December 23, 1864.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:

WILLIAM HENRY BAILEY, from Au-
gust 21, 1862, to April 30, 1864.
DAVID FOWLER DOBIE, from April
30, 1864, to June 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
DAVID FOWLER DOBIE, from August

21, 1862, to April 30, 1864.

FRANK SAUNDERS, from October 10,
1864, to June 13, 1865.



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Second Lieutenants:
SYLVESTER MATTOON, from August

21, 1862, to June 4, 1863.
JAMES H. PITT, from August i, 1863, to

June 10, 1865.

OF "COMPANY I.
Captains:

HENRY SAWYER RANSOM, from Au-
gust 21, 1862, to November 2, 1864.
MARTIN VAN BUREN STETSON, from
November 28, 1864, to June 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

LYMAN CLOTHIER HOLBROOK,

from August 21, 1862, to February 7,

1863.
MARTIN VAN BUREN STETSON,

from February 14, 1863, to November 28,

1864.
NELSON J. GIBBS, from December 23,

1864, to June 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
MARTIN VAN BUREN STETSON,

from August 21, 1862, to February 14,

1863.
JOHN W. ANGELL, from February 15,

1863, to June 21, 1864.
JOHN H. CALKINS, from June 21, 1864,

to May 22, 1865.

OF COMPANY K.
Captains:

JOHN SILAS STONE, from August 21,

1862, to May 16, 1864.

JOHN BRYDON, from May 16, 1864, to
June 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

JOHN STRATTON BOYNTON, from
August 21, 1862, to February 29, 1864.

SAMUEL SHERMAN, from March 12 to
October 19, 1864.

JOHN H. CALKINS, from May 22 to
June 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

HENRY MONROE MOULD, from Au-
gust 21, 1862, to July 29, 1863.
CHARLES W. WELLS, from October 19,

1863, to June 8, 1864.

GEORGE VAUGHAN, from June 9, 1864,
to June 13, 1865.



OFFICERS WHO WERE COMMISSIONED OR AP-
POINTED, BUT DID NOT SERVE IN THE GRADES

NAMED.

ROSENCRANTZ, FREDERICK, as First
Lieutenant.

BRAMAN, EGBERT A., as Second Lieu-
tenant.

DRAKE, HIRAM, as Second Lieutenant.

FORBS, WILLIAM, as Second Lieuten-
ant.

MERRIAM, WILLIAM H., as Second
Lieutenant.

PRIME, ASHLEY S., as Second Lieuten-
ant.

REDDINGTON, HENRY V., as Second
Lieutenant.

MEDAL OF HONOR GRANTED BY THE PRESI-
DENT TO

JOHNDRO, FRANKLIN, Private, Com-
pany A, for capture of forty prisoners
at Chaffin's Farm, near Richmond, Va.,
September 30, 1864.

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

HASTINGS, JOSEPH A., Sergeant, Com-
pany D, Second Lieutenant.

LAPOINT, CASS C, Sergeant, Company
A, Second Lieutenant.

LINDSAY, FREEMAN D., First Ser-
geant, Company E, Second Lieutenant.

Record of the Officers.

ADAMS, HENRY JACOB, age 22 years;

enrolled July 21, 1862, at Elizabethtown
to serve three years; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company F, August 20, 1862; pro-
moted First Sergeant, August 29, 1862;
mustered in as Second Lieutenant, Com-
pany G, September 30, 1863; as First
Lieutenant, Company A, May 19, 1864;
as Captain, Company D, September 16,
1864; wounded in action, September 29,
1864, at Fort Harrison, Va.; discharged,
to date April 6, 1865, to accept appoint-
ment as Captain and Commissary of Sub-
sistence, U. S. Volunteers; Major, N.
Y. Volunteers, by brevet; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, December 24, 1863,
with rank from July 28, 1863, vice W. H.
Merriam, not mustered ; First Lieutenant,
June 6, 1864, with rank from May 19,



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1864, vice S. E. Chamberlin, promoted
Captain, 25th Cavalry; Captain, Novem-
ber 30, 1864, with rank from September
16, 1864, vice J. L. Cunningham, pro-
moted.

ANGELL, JOHN W., age 24 years; en-
rolled August ii, 1862, at Mooers to serve



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