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wounded in action, May 10, 1864, at
Landron's Farm, Va.; transferred to
Company H, this regiment, June 23, 1864;
promoted First Sergeant, January i, 1865;
mustered in as Second Lieutenant, Com-
pany K, January 16, 1865; mustered out
with company, June 3, 1865, near Wash-
ington, D. C.; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, January 27, 1865, with rank
from January 16, 1865, vice H. Funck,
promoted.

RUSSELL, EDMUND McC, age 22
years; enrolled at Kingston to serve
three years, and mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company G, August 19, 1862;
as First Lieutenant and Adjutant, Feb-
ruary 18, 1863; wounded in action, July 2,
1863, at Gettysburg, Pa.; mustered out
with regiment, June 3, 1865, near Wash-
ington, D. C. ; Captain, U. S. Volunteers,
by brevet, from April 9, 1865; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, September 10,
1862, with rank from August 19, 1862,
original; First Lieutenant and Adjutant,
July 28, 1863, with rank from February

18, 1863, vice S. O. Tuthill, resigned;
Captain, not mustered, declined, January
8, 1864, with rank from July 2, 1863, vice
Lansing Hollister, killed in action.

SCOTT, WALTER F., age 21 years; en-
rolled at Kingston to serve three years,
and mustered in as Captain, Company G,
August 19, 1862; as Major, December 26,
1864; mustered out with regiment, June 3,



1865, near Washington, D. C. ; Lieuten-
ant-Colonel, U. S. Volunteers, by brevet,
from April 9, 1865; commissioned Cap-
tain, September 10, 1862, with rank from
August 19, 1862, original; Major, Janu-
ary 27, 1865, with rank from December
26, 1864, vice Abram L. Lockwood, pro-
moted.

SHARPS, GEORGE HENRY, late Cap-
tain, 20th N. Y. State Militia; appointed
Colonel, this regiment, July 14, 1862; mus-
tered in as such, August 22, 1862; mus-
tered out, June 3, 1865; Major-General,
U. S. Volunteers, by brevet, from De-
cember 20, 1864; commissioned Colonel,
August 20, 1862, with rank of same date,
original.

SIMPKINS, EDGAR, age 24 years; en-
rolled July 22, 1862, at Kingston to serve
three years; mustered in as First Ser-
geant, Company B, August 22, 1862; as
Second Lieutenant, April 2, 1863; as
First Lieutenant, August 29, 1863; died,
March 31, 1865, on U. S. transport Gen-
eral Lyon ; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, May 13, 1863, with rank from
April i, 1863, vice D. Elmendorf, re-
signed; First Lieutenant, January 8, 1864,
with rank from August 28, 1863, vice
W. A. Norton, discharged.

SNYDER, ANDREW, age 24 years; en-
rolled August ii, 1862, at Marbletown to
serve three years; mustered in as Cor-
poral, Company C, August 22, 1862; pro-
moted Sergeant, October 15, 1862; First
Sergeant, April 13, 1863; wounded in ac-
tion, July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa.;
mustered in as First Lieutenant, January
9, 1864; discharged for disability from
wounds, June 7, 1865, at Mount Pleasant
Hospital, Washington, D. C. ; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, January 8, 1864,
with rank from October 14, 1863, vice J.
B. Krom, promoted.

SNYDER, JACOB L., age 26 years; en-
rolled at Kingston to serve three years,
and mustered in as Captain, Company C,
August 15, 1862; wounded in action, Oc-
tober 2, 1864, at Hatcher's Run, Va.; dis-
charged for disability from wounds, Feb-
ruary 8, 1865; commissioned Captain,
September 10, 1862, with rank from Au-
gust 15, 1862, original.

SPOOR, JOHN J., age 21 years; enrolled
August i, 1862, at Coxsackie to serve



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three years; mustered in as Sergeant,
Company D, August 22, 1862; promoted
First Sergeant, July i, 1864; mustered in
as Second Lieutenant, October 9, 1864;
as First Lieutenant, October n, 1864;
mustered out with company, June 3, 1865,
near Washington, D. C. ; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, September 30, 1864,
with rank from September 17, 1864, vice
E. S. Turner, promoted; First Lieuten-
ant, November 30, 1864, with rank from
October 10, 1864, vice Joseph S. Oakley,
dismissed.

SWART, IRA, age 25 years; enrolled July
28, 1862, at Saugerties to serve three
years; mustered in as Corporal, Com-
pany G, August 22, 1862; promoted Ser-
geant, March i, 1863; First Sergeant, no
date; mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
June 24, 1864; as First Lieutenant, Janu-
ary i, 1865; as Captain, February 4, 1865;
mustered out with company, June 3, 1865,
near Washington, D. C. ; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, January 8, 1864, with
rank from July 2, 1863, vice J. Carle,
killed in action; First Lieutenant, No-
vember 30, 1864, with rank from Septem-
ber 14, 1864, vice A. Rider, discharged;
Captain, January 27, 1865, with rank from
January 16, 1865, vice W. F. Scott, pro-
moted.

TAPPEN, JOHN RUDOLPH, Captain,
8oth Infantry; mustered in as Major, this
regiment, September 8, 1862; as Lieu-
tenant-Colonel, February 20, 1864; mus-
tered out, December 3, 1864; commis-
sioned Major, August 13, 1862, with rank
of same date, original; Lieutenant-
Colonel, March 15, 1864, with rank from
February 20, 1864, vice C. D. Westbrook,
discharged.

THOMAS, ARTHUR W., age 27 years;
enrolled August 18, 1862, at Kingston
to serve three years; mustered in as Ser-
geant, Company F, August 22, 1862; pro-
moted First Sergeant, April i, 1863;
wounded in action, July 2, 1863, at Gettys-
burg, Pa.; mustered in as First Lieuten-
ant, December 31, 1863; as Captain, Com-
pany D, October 27, 1864; mustered out
with company, June 3, 1865, near Wash-
ington, D. C.; Major, N. Y. Volunteers,
by brevet; commissioned First Lieuten-
ant, January 8, 1864, with rank from Oc-
tober 7, 1863, vice A. Austin, resigned;



Captain, November 30, 1864, with rank
from October 27, 1864, vice J. W.
Chambers, killed in action.

TURNER, EMORY S., age 20 years; en-
rolled at Kingston to serve three years,
and mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
Company D, August 21, 1862; wounded
in action, July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa.;
mustered in as First Lieutenant, October
15. 1863; discharged for disability, Janu-
ary 8, 1864; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, September 10, 1862, with rank
from August 21, 1862, original; First
Lieutenant, October 15, 1863, with rank
from October 8, 1863, vice M. H. Green,
discharged.

TUTHILL, SELAH O., late Paymaster,
Soth Infantry; mustered in as First Lieu-
tenant and Adjutant, this regiment, Au-
gust 22, 1862; discharged, February 18,
1863; commissioned First Lieutenant and
Adjutant, September 10, 1862, with rank
from August 22, 1862, original.

VAN HOVENBERGH, JAMES O., age
41 years; enrolled at Kingston to serve
three years, and mustered in as Surgeon,
July 21, 1862; discharged, December 22,
1862; commissioned Surgeon, September
10, 1862, with rank from July 19, 1862,
original.

VAN STEENBERG, WARNER, late Sur-
geon, S5th Infantry; mustered in as Sur-
geon, this regiment, March 19, 1863; mus-
tered out with regiment, June 3, 1865,
near Washington, D. C.; Lieutenant-
Colonel, N. Y. Volunteers, by brevet;
commissioned Surgeon, March 12, 1863,
with rank from March n, 1863, vice
E. A. Brown, resigned.

VAN WAGENEN, LOUIS B., age 22
years; enrolled August n, 1862, at
Kingston to serve three years; mustered
in as Corporal, Company C, August 22,
1862; promoted Sergeant, April 13, 1863;
mustered in as Second Lieutenant, Janu-
ary 16, 1865; as First Lieutenant, Feb-
ruary 9, 1865; mustered out with com-
pany, June 3, 1865, near Washington,
D. C. ; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
January 27, 1865, with rank from Janu-
ary 16, 1865, vice R. W. Clark, promoted;
First Lieutenant, May 17, 1865, with rank
from February 8, 1865, vice R. W. Clark,
promoted.

WESTBROOK, CORNELIUS D., late
Captain of company of sappers and



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miners, Soth Infantry; mustered in as
First Lieutenant and Adjutant, this regi-
ment, July 19, 1862; as Lieutenant-
Colonel, August 22, 1862; wounded in
action, July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa.;
discharged for disability from wounds,
February 27, 1864; not commissioned
First Lieutenant and Adjutant; commis-
sioned Lieutenant-Colonel, September 10,
1862, with rank from August 22, 1862,
original.

WESTBROOK, SIMON S., age 41 years; .
enrolled at Kingston to serve three years,
and mustered in as Captain, Company B,
August 12, 1862; discharged for disabil-
ity, April 13, 1863; commissioned Cap-
tain, September 10, 1862, with rank from
August 12, 1862, original.

WILKINSON, JOSEPH, age 35 years;
enrolled August 6, 1862, at Rosendale to
serve three years; mustered in as First
Sergeant, Company C, August 22, 1862;
as Second Lieutenant, May i, 1863;
wounded in action, July 2, 1863, at



Gettysburg, Pa., and May 6, 1864, at the
Wilderness, Va.; discharged for disabil-
ity from wounds, August 10, 1864; com-
missioned Second Lieutenant, May 13,
1863, with rank from April 13, 1863, vice
W. A. Norton, promoted.
WOOD, JAMES H., age 19 years; en-
rolled June 4, 1861, at Delhi to serve
three years; mustered in as Private, Com-
pany I, 72d Infantry, June 21, 1861; pro-
moted Corporal, September 25, 1862;
Sergeant, in January, 1863; re-enlisted as
a veteran, December 24, 1863; transferred
to Company B, this regiment, June 20,
1864; wounded in action, October 2, 1864,
at Poplar Spring Church, Va. ; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, March 7, 1865;
transferred to 73d Infantry, June i, 1865;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, Febru-
ary 28, 1865, with rank from January 18,
1865, vice A. M. Barber, Jr., promoted;
First Lieutenant, not mustered, May 17,
1865, with rank from March 31, 1865, vice
E. Simpkins, deceased.



ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.

Otsego and Herkimer Regiment.

Colonel Richard Franchot received authority, July 19, 1862, to recruit this regiment in the
counties of Herkimer and Otsego. It was organized at Herkimer, and there mustered in
the service of the United States for three years August 13, 1862. The three years' men of
the i8th Infantry were transferred to it May roth, those of the 27th, 3ist, i6th and 32d
Infantry May 25, 26, 30 and 25, 1863, respectively. The men not to be discharged with
the regiment were, June 25, 1865, transferred to the 65th Infantry.

The companies were recruited principally: A at Manheim, Little Falls, Salisbury and
Danube ; B at Winfield, Plainfield, Litchfield, German Flats, Columbia and Stark ; C at
Fairfield, Russia, Herkimer and Newport; D at Frankfort, Warren, Manheim, Schuyler,
Columbia and Salisbury; E at Middlefield, Milford, Cherry Valley, Hartwick, Springfield-,
Otego and Roseboom; F at Edmeston, Exeter, LTnadilla, Otego and Maryland; G at Cherry
Valley, Roseboom, Decatur, Middlefield, Westford, Worcester and Herkimer; H at Little
Falls, Richfield, Salisbury and Otego ; I at Milford, Laurens, Morris, Worcester, Pittsfield,
Hartwick and German Flats; and K at Laurens, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Burlington, Otego,
Butternuts, Pittsfield and Plainfield.

The regiment left the State September 2, 1862; it served in the 2d Brigade, ist
Division, 6th Corps, from September 9, 1862, and it was mustered out and honorably dis-
charged, under Col. Egbert Olcott, June 25, 1865, at Hall's Hill, Va. ; having, during its
service, lost by death, killed in action, 10 officers, 171 enlisted men ; of wounds received
in action, 5 officers, 42 enlisted men; of disease and other causes, 4 officers, 114 enlisted
men ; total, 19 officers, 327 enlisted men ; aggregate, 346 ; of whom 20 enlisted men died
in the hands of the enemy ; and having taken part in the following engagements, etc. :



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PLACE.


Date.


Killed.


Wounded.


Missing.


Aggregate.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted

men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.




1862.
Sept. 14
Dec. 11-15
1863.
April 29-
May 2
May 3-4
July 2-3

5
ii
12-13
14

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

IO
12
14
22-26

iv f 27 ~ 3
May 31-

June 12
June i7-July
9; Dec. 12-
April 2, '65
June 17-19
21-23
July 12-13

Aug. 21-22

Sept. 13
19

22
24

Oct. 19
Nov. 12

1865.

Feb. 5-7
March 25
March 28-
April 9
April 2
6
9
























4








12






16














Ma r ye's Heights and Salem Church Va


3


77


i


IS


2


iSS

2


2


21


276

2


Gettysburg Pa


Fairneld Pa




































Funkstown Md




















\Villiamsport Md
























4




3


I


17






25


Mine Run Campaign Va






"Wilderness Va




IS




6


) ;


3
84


2


19


73

iSS


Spotsylvania Court House Va


Landron Farm


2

i


32
13


i
i


n

i


Salient








North Anna Va










Totopotomoy, Va




















Cold Harbor Va




I








6

i?
8

18
4

2
I 2

5






7

19
9

26
7

2

IS
5












I




i


Petersburg Assault, Va






}




Weldon Railroad
Washington D C


....


I

3

2


J '


2


I
I




2


Charlestown W Va


Opequon Creek, Va










Opequon Va . .




2






I






Fisher's Hill Va










Mount Jackson
















Cedar Creek, Va


i


9


2


3


2


35

i

3
3

24




5


57

i

4
4

34


Newtown Va


Hatcher's Run Va








I








Petersburg \Vorks Va


i














Appornattox Campaign Va






1
...


I








2


i
6




Sailor's Creek . ....






Appomattox Court House


Total loss








IO


171


5


42


19


438


4


48


737







OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.
RICHARD FRANCHOT, from July 19 to

September 25, 1862.
EMORY UPTON, from October 23, 1862,

to July 4, 1864.
EGBERT OLCOTT, from April 18 to June

25, 1865.

Lieutenant-Colonels.

CHARLES H. CLARK, from August 23,

1862, to March 23, 1863.
EGBERT OLCOTT, from April 10, 1863,

to April 18, 1865.
JOHN S. KIDDER, from May 22 to June

25, 1865.



Majors.

EGBERT OLCOTT, from August 23, 1862,

to April 10, 1863.
ANDREW E. MATHER, from May 3,

1863, to February 4, 1864.
HENRY M. GALPIN, from March 31 to

December 21, 1864.
JAMES W. CRONKITE, from December

24, 1864, to June 25, 1865.

Adjutants,
ALONZO FERGUSON, from July 21 to

August 30, 1862.
THOMAS S. ARNOLD, from August 30

to October 19, 1862.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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FRANCIS W. MORSE, from January 5,

1863, to July 29, 1864.

FRANCIS E. LOWE, from December 31,

1864, to June 25, 1865.

Quartermasters.

ALBERT STORY, from July 21 to De-
cember 30, 1862.

THEODORE STERNBERG, from Janu-
ary 5, 1863, to June 25, 1865.

Surgeons.
WILLIAM BASSETT, from August 23 to

September 30, 1862.
EDWARD S. WALKER, from October

22, 1862, to April i, 1863.
JOHN O. SLOCUM, from July i, 1863, to

June 25, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.

STEPHEN B. VALENTINE, from Au-
gust 29, 1862, to January 21, 1863.

DANIEL M. HOLT, from September 2,
1862, to October 16, 1864.

IRVING W. HOTALING, from April 8 to

AugUSt 22, 1863.

JAMES PELEG KIMBALL, from Janu-
ary 1 6 to June 24, 1865.

Chaplains.
]. R. SAGE, from August 23, 1862, to June

21, 1863.

JOHN R. ADAMS, from September 15,
1864, to June 25, 1865.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:

HENRY M. GALPIN, from August 4,
1862, to March 31, 1864.

JONATHAN BURRELL, from April 18
to October 26, 1864.

SHELDON J. REDWAY, from Novem-
ber 30, 1864, to June 25, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

JONATHAN BURRELL, from August 4,
1862, to April 18, 1864.

WILLIAM H. TUCKER, from March 31
to - , 1864.

SHELDON J. REDWAY, from Septem-
ber ii to November 30, 1864.

GEORGE H. SNELL, from January - to
June 25, 1865.

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Second Lieutenants:

GEORGE W. DAVIS, from August 4 to

October 20, 1862.
JAMES W. CRONKITE, from October

21, 1862, to April 10, 1863.
JOHN D. GRAY, from June 5 to July 21,

1863.
SAMUEL BURDETT KELLY, from

January I, 1864, to March , 1865.
WILLIAM H. TUCKER, from March 30

to 31, 1864.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:
IRVING HOLCOMB, from August 13,

1862, to January 20, 1863.
MARCUS R. CASLER, from May 3, 1863,

to October 14, 1864.

TEN EYCK C. HOWLAND, from Janu-
ary 24 to April 6, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

HENRY C. KEITH, from August 13, 1862,

to January 28, 1863.
MARCUS R. CASLER, from January 28

to May 3, 1863.
THOMAS C. ADAMS, from May 3, 1863,

to May 10, 1864.
TEN EYCK C. HOWLAND, from May

12, 1864, to January 24, 1865.
GEORGE H. SNELL, from December 20,

1864, to January i, 1865.
FRANCIS W. MORSE, from March 23

to June 25, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

GEORGE A. MAY, from August 13, 1862,

to February 26, 1863.
CHARLES A. BUTTS, from January 9 to

April 10, 1863.
THOMAS C. ADAMS, from April 10 to

May 3, 1863.
FRANCIS N. PIPER, from April 17 to

June 25, 1865.

OF COMPANY C.

Captains:
CLINTON A. MOON, from August 23,

1862, to January 17, 1863.
CLEAVELAND J. CAMPBELL, from

April 22, 1863, to March 20, 1864.
JAMES WALTER JOHNSTON, from

November 18, 1864, to June 25, 1865.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



First Lieutenants:
THOMAS S. ARNOLD, from August 23

to 30, 1862.
ANGUS CAMERON, from August 31 to

November 9, 1862.
FRANK GORTON, from November 10,

1862, to January 28, 1863.
CHARLES M. BRADT, from February

20 to April 9, 1863.
HENRY UPTON, from May 3, 1863. to

February 27, 1864.
JOSEPH H. HEATH, from July 25 to

December 21, 1864.
FRANCIS W. MORSE, from December

23, 1864, to March 23, 1865.
JOHN T. MORTON, from March 21 to

April 6, 1865.
ELI OAKES, from April 20 to June 24,

1865.

Second Lieutenants:
ANGUS CAMERON, from August 23 to

31, 1862.
CHARLES M. BRADT, from August 30,

1862, to February 20, 1863.
SAMUEL MILLER, from February 20 to

, 1863.

HENRY UPTON, from April 15 to May 3,

1863.
GEORGE W. QUACKENBUSH, from

May 29 to July 9, 1864.
JAMES WALTER JOHNSTON, from

July 9 to November 18, 1864.
JAMES H. SMITH, from April 29 to June

25, 1865-

OF COMPANY D.
Captains:
JOHN D. FISH, from August 23, 1862, to

May 12, 1864.

DANIEL D. JACKSON, from May 23,
1864, to May 17, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

DELOS M. KENYUN, from August 16,

1862, to March 22, 1863.
ADAM CLARK RICE, from March 13 to

April 10, 1863.
DANIEL D. JACKSON, from February

27 to May 23, 1864.
FRANCIS E. LOWE, from May 23 to

December 31, 1864.
LEWIS C BARTLETT, from to

June 25, 1865.



Second Lieutenants:

CHARLES E. STARING, from August 23,

1862, to January 14, 1863.

GEORGE R. WHEELER, from March 25

to May 15, 1863.
JAMES WALTER JOHNSTON, from

May 14 to September 20, 1863.
DANIEL D. JACKSON, from September

20, 1863, to February 27, 1864.
NATHANIEL POST, from April 16 to

June 25, 1865.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:

DOUGLAS CAMPBELL, from August

23, 1862, to April 27, 1863.
JAMES W. CRONKITE, from May 3,

1863, to December 24, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

THEODORE STERNBERG, from Au-
gust 18, 1862, to January 5, 1863.

JAMES W. CRONKITE, from April 10 to
May 3, 1863.

LANSING B. PAINE, from May 3, 1863,
to March 21, 1864.

FRANCIS W. MORSE, from July 29 to
December 23, 1864.

LANGFORD BURTON, from December

21, 1864, to June 25, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

HARRISON VAN HORN, from August

18, 1862, to January 7, 1863.
LANSING B. PAINE, from April 10 to

May 3, 1863.
DANIEL D. JACKSON, from June 20 to

September 20, 1863.
JAMES WALTER JOHNSTON, from

September 20, 1863. to July 9, 1864.
GEORGE W. QUACKENBUSH, from

July 9, 1864, to April 20, 1865.

OF COMPANY F.
Captains:
NELSON O. WENDELL, from August

23, 1862, to May 3, 1863.
H. SEYMOUR HALL, from June 10,

1863, to March 20, 1864.
LANSING B. PAINE, from March 21 to

December 19, 1864.
ALBERT M. TYLER, from - to July

21, 1865.



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First Lieutenants :
BYRON F. PARK, from August 23, 1862,

to March 18, 1863.
ADAM CLARK RICE, from April 10 to

September 20, 1863.
SILAS E. PIERCE, from January 26 to

May 13, 1864.
HIRAM C. VAN SCOY, from May 13,

1864, to January I, 1865.
CHARLES H. BARR, from January I to

June 25, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
FRANK G. BOLLES, from August 23,

1862, to January 30, 1863.
SILAS E. PIERCE, from April 10, 1863,

to January 26, 1864.

OF COMPANY G.
Captains:
EDWIN CLARK, from August 23, 1862,

to January 12, 1863.
ANDREW E. MATHER, from January 14

to May 3, 1863.
FRANK GORTON, from May 3, 1863, to

October 5, 1864.
HIRAM C. VAN SCOY, from January 24

to June 25, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
JAMES D. CLYDE, from August 23 to

November 24, 1862.
FRANCIS W. MORSE, from December 15,

1862, to January 5, 1863.

ANDREW E. MATHER, from December

20, 1862, to January 14, 1863.
LEWIS C. BARTLETT, from June 22,

1863, to .

SHELDON J. REDWAY, from July 25 to

September 11, 1864.
WILLIAM H. TUCKER, from - - to

October 19, 1864.
HIRAM C. VAN SCOY, from January i to

24, 1865.
MORRIS C. FOOTE, from March 26 to

June 24, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
CHARLES T. FERGUSON, from August

23 to November 12, 1862.
HENRY UPTON, from March 11 to April

15, 1863.
FREDERICK E. FORD, from April 15 to

May 3, 1863.



HENRY B. WALKER, from May 4, 1863,

to January 8, 1864.
ELI OAKES, from December 20, 1864, to

April 20, 1865.

OF COMPANY H.

Captains:

JOHN RAMSEY, from August 23 to Octo-
ber 21, 1862.
THOMAS S. ARNOLD, from October 19,

1862, to May 18, 1863.

ALBERT M. TYLER, from June 16, 1863,

to .
CHARLES A. BUTTS, from April 19 to

May 10, 1864.
THOMAS C. ADAMS, from May 10 to

October 14, 1864.
LANSING B. PAINE, from December 16,

1864, to June 25, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

ULYSSES F. DOUBLEDAY, from August

23, 1862, to May 3, 1863.
CHARLES A. BUTTS, from April 10, 1863,

to April 19, 1864.
HIRAM C. VAN SCOY, from March 15

to May 13, 1864.
ERASTUS C. WEAVER, from May 10,

1864, to February 14, 1865.
JOSEPH H. HEATH, from February 17

to June 25, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

MARCUS R. CASLER, from August 18 to

December 31, 1862.
SAMUEL MILLER, from - to May

13, 1863.
HIRAM C. VAN SCOY, from May 29,

1863, to March 15, 1864.

ERASTUS C. WEAVER, from May 3 to
10, 1864.

NEWBERN A. ARMSTRONG, from Feb-
ruary 10 to June 25, 1865.

OF COMPANY I.
Captain :

JOHN S. KIDDER, from August 18, 1862.
to May 22, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
JOHN D. P. DOUW, from August 23,

1862, to April 24, 1863.
DELAVAN BATES, from May 4, 1863, to

March 15, 1864.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



FRANCIS W. FOOTE, from March 16 to

September 24, 1864.
JOSEPH H. HEATH, from December 21,

1864, to February 17, 1865.
PHILIP R. WOODCOCK, from February

22 to June 25, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

DELAVAN BATES, from August 18, 1862,

to May 4, 1863.
FRANCIS W. FOOTE, from July 30, 1863,

to March 16, 1864.

JAMES A. TAFT, from April 29 to June
25, 1865.

OF COMPANY K.
Captains:

SACKETT M. OLIN, from August 18 to

December 27, 1862.
JOHN D. P. DOUW, from April 24, 1863,

to November u, 1864.
THOMAS J. HASSETT, from April 29 to

June 24, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
ANDREW E. MATHER, from August 18

to December 20, 1862.
MARCUS R. CASLER, from December 31,

1862, to January 28, 1863.

FRANK GORTON, from January 28 to

May 3, 1863.

LEWIS C. BARTLETT, from - - to .

HORATIO DUROE, from October 25.

1864, to March 25, 1865.
THOMAS J. HASSETT, from March 21

to April 29, 1865.
SHELDON J. REDWAY, from June i to

July 25, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:

FRANK GORTON, from August 18 to

November 10, 1862.
ADAM CLARK RICE, from January 23

to March 13, 1863.
SHELDON J. REDWAY, from April 10,

1863, to June i, 1864.

WILLIAM H. H. GOODIER, from May

23 to June 24, 1865.

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

NAMED.

CRONKITE, JAMES W., as Lieutenant-
Colonel.

GALPIN, HENRY M., as Lieutenant-
Colonel.



BARTLETT, LEWIS C., as Major.

KIDDER, JOHN S., as Major.

WILSON, ROBERT P., as Major.

MORSE, FRANCIS W., as Captain.

WEAVER, ERASTUS C, as Captain.

GRAY, JOHN D., as First Lieutenant.

HAMMAN, CHARLES, as First Lieuten-
ant.

HOUSE, WILLIAM H., as First Lieuten-
ant.

JOHNSON, EDWARD P., as First Lieu-
tenant.

KELLY, SAMUEL BURDETT, as First
Lieutenant.

STARK, DANIEL, as First Lieutenant.

DEWEY, DENNIS ALEXANDER, as
Second Lieutenant.

EDWARDS, JOHN M., as Second Lieu-
tenant.

HEATH, JOSEPH H., as Second Lieuten-
ant.

JOHNSON, EDWARD P., as Second Lieu-
tenant.

KENT, JOHN V. N., as Second Lieuten-
ant.

MATHER, ELIAS C., as Second Lieuten-
ant.

PATTENGILL, CHARLES F., as Second
Lieutenant.

MEDALS OF HONOR AWARDED BY THE PRESI-
DENT TO

DOCKUM, WARREN C, Private, Com-
pany H, for capture of the flag of the



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