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sonville to serve three years ; mustered
in as Sergeant, Company A, September
5, 1861 ; returned to ranks and promoted
Corporal, no dates ; re-enlisted as a vet-
eran, January 4, 1864; promoted Commis-
sary-Sergeant, October 4, 1864; mustered
in as First Lieutenant, Company F, July
19, 1865 ; mustered out with company, Au-
gust 3, 1865, at Richmond, Va. ; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, June 29, 1865,
with rank from June 14, 1865, vice J. E.
Northrup, resigned.

PARSONS, WILLIAM A., age 21 years;
enrolled October 21, 1861, at Oxford to
serve three years ; mustered in as Ser-
geant, Company E, October 31, 1861 ; as
Second Lieutenant, April n, 1863; dis-
charged, November I, 1864, at Chaffin's
Farm, Va. ; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, March 23, 1863, with rank from
December 24, 1862, vice W. H. Harris,
promoted.

PIERSON, NATHANIEL E., age 47
years ; enrolled at Elmira to serve three
years, and mustered in as Chaplain, De-



cember 5, 1861 ; discharged, November 23,
1862, at Falmouth, Va. ; commissioned
Chaplain, December 18, 1861, with rank
from December 5, 1861, original.

PIERSON, PETER H., age 21 years; en-
rolled September 9, 1861, at Whitney's
Point to serve three years; mustered in
as Corporal, Company F, December 4,
1861 ; returned to ranks, no date ; re-en-
listed as a veteran and promoted Sergeant,
January 14, 1864; promoted Quartermas-
ter-Sergeant, June 20, 1865 ; mustered in
as First Lieutenant, Company D, July 19,
1865 ; mustered out with company, Au-
gust 3, 1865, at Richmond, Va. ; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, June 29, 1865,
with rank from January 12, 1865, vice
W. Dobie, discharged.

PRATT, HENRY, age 23 years; enrolled
September 21, 1861, at Elmira to serve
three years; mustered in as First Lieu-
tenant, Company A, December 4, 1861 ;
promoted Captain, October 4, 1862; dis-
charged, December 27, 1862; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, December 18,
1861, with rank from September 5, 1861,
original; Captain, December 3, 1862, with
rank from October 4, 1862, vice N. Cor-
yell, promoted.

PUFFER, MOSES, age 36 years; enrolled
September 9, 1861, at Whitney's Point to
serve three years ; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company F, October 4, 1861 ;
discharged, May 20, 1862; commissioned
First Lieutenant, December 18, 1861, with
rank from October 4, 1861, original.

REED, CHAUNCEY J., age 24 years; en-
rolled October I, 1861, at Binghamton to
serve three years ; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company B, October 21, 1861 ; as
Second Lieutenant, December 5, 1861 ; dis-
charged, October 5, 1862; again enrolled
and mustered in as Private, Company I,
January 4, 1864; promoted Sergeant and
Sergeant-Major, no dates ; mustered in as
First Lieutenant, Company E. February
18, 1865 ; mustered out with company, Au-
gust 3, 1865, at Richmond, Va. ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, December 18,
1861, with rank from December 3, 1861,
original; First Lieutenant, January 27,
1865, with rank from January II, 1865,
vice W. H. Harris, mustered out.

REMINGTON, JEREMIAH, age 23 years;
enrolled September 5. 1861, at Rochester



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to serve three years ; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company D, December 4,
1861 ; as Captain, May 10, 1863 ; dis-
charged, May 4, 1866, at Richmond, Va. ;
commissioned First Lieutenant, December
18, 1861, with rank from December 4,

1861, original; Captain, June i, 1863, with
rank from May 9, 1863, vice J. Morrison,
resigned; Major, not mustered, August
31, 1865, with rank from May 15, 1865,
vice H. C. Roome, not mustered.

RICHARDSON, WILLARD, age 48 years;
enrolled February 23, 1864, at Fort Mon-
roe, Va., to serve three years ; mustered
in as Chaplain, May 7, 1864; discharged,
March 16, 1865 ; commissioned Chaplain,
February 23, 1864, with rank from Feb-
ruary 15, 1864, vice N. E. Pierson, re-
signed.

ROBIE, JACOB C., age 52 years; enrolled
at Binghamton to serve three years, and
mustered in as Lieutenant-Colonel, De-
cember 5, 1861 ; discharged, October 4,
1862; commissioned Lieutenant-Colonel,
December 18, 1861, with rank from De-
cember 5, 1861, original.

ROOK, JULIUS S., age 21 years; enrolled
October 25, 1861, at Binghamton to serve
three years ; mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company I, December 5, 1861 ;
discharged, July 15, 1862; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, December 18, 1861,
with rank from December 4, 1861, orig-
inal.

ROOME, HENRY C, age 23 years; en-
rolled September 23, 1861, at Oxford to
serve three years ; mustered in as Second
Lieutenant, Company E, October 31, 1861 ;
as Captain, June 23, 1862; captured in
action, September 29, 1864, at Chaffin's
Farm, Va. ; paroled, March , 1865 ;
mustered in as Lieutenant-Colonel, May
23, 1865 ; discharged, August 16, 1865, at
Richmond, Va. ; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, December 18, 1861, with rank
from October 31, 1861, original ; Captain,
July 21, 1862, with rank from June 23,

1862, vice Wm. B. Guernsey, resigned ;
Major, not mustered, September 16, 1864,
with rank from August 9, 1864, vice W.
M. Lewis, promoted ; recommissioned, not
mustered, Major, May n, 1865, with rank
from May i, 1865, vice F. W. Tremain,
killed in action ; commissioned Lieutenant-



Colonel, June 29, 1865, with rank from
May 151, 1865, vice W. M. Lewis, dis-
charged.

RUSSELL, JOHN B., age 23 years; en-
rolled October 2, 1861, at Windsor to serve
three years ; mustered in as Private, Com-
pany G, October 16, 1861 ; promoted Cor-
poral, October 311, 1861 ; Sergeant, August
8, 1862; mustered in as Second Lieutenant,
November 27, 1862 ; promoted First Lieu-
tenant, August 9, 1864; discharged, No-
vember 4, 1864; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, December 18, 1862, with rank
from August 8, 1862, vice F. Davenport,
promoted ; First Lieutenant, September 16,
1864, with rank from August 9, 1864, vice
E. M. Bloomer, resigned.

SHAW, M. EUGENE, age 20 years; en-
rolled December 10, 1862, at Albany to
serve three years; mustered in as Assist-
ant Surgeon, January 30, 1863 ; discharged,
October n, 1863; subsequent service in
n6th Infantry; commissioned Assistant
Surgeon, December 30, 1862, with rank
from December 10, 1862, vice W. A.
Smith, oromoted Surgeon, iO3d Infantry.

SHEPARD, JOHN E., age 26 years; en-
rolled at Waverly to serve three years,
and mustered in as First Lieutenant and
Adjutant, December 5, 1861 ; mustered out,
December 4, 1864; commissioned First
Lieutenant and Adjutant, December 18,

1861, with rank from December 5, 1861,
original.

SIMMONS, ALPHEUS S., age 39 years;
enrolled September 3, 1861, at Mount
Morris to serve three years ; mustered in
as Private, Company C, October 7, 1861 ;
as Second Lieutenant, February 13, 1862;
discharged, October 30, 1862 ; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, February 27,

1862, with rank from February 13, 1862,
original.

SMITH, EDWARD H., age 39 years ; en-
rolled September 2, 1861, at Rochester to
serve three years ; mustered in as Cor-
poral, Company D, September 30, 1861 ;
promoted Sergeant, no date ; re-enlisted as
a veteran, December 28, 1863 ; mustered in
as Second Lieutenant, February 18, 1865;
discharged, June 17, 1865; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, June 27, 1865, with
rank from January II, 1865, vice J. E.
Northrup, promoted.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



SMITH, FRANK S., age 27 years; enrolled
October 2, 1861, at Windsor to serve
three years ; mustered in as Corporal,
Company G, October 16, 1861 ; re-enlisted
as a veteran, March 22, 1864 ; promoted
Quartermaster-Sergeant, October 10, 1864;
mustered in as First Lieutenant, Company
G, January n, 1865; as Captain, July 26,
1865; mustered out with company, Au-
gust 3, 1865, at Richmond, Va. ; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, January 27, 1865,
with rank from January II, 1865, vice J.
B. Russell, mustered out; Captain, July
26, 1865, with rank from July 12, 1865,
vice C. W. Burt, mustered out.

SMITH, WILLIAM A., age 41 years; en-
rolled at Elmira to serve three years, and
mustered in as Assistant Surgeon, De-
cember 4, 1861 ; promoted Surgeon, iO3d
Infantry, December 8, 1862; commissioned
Assistant Surgeon, December 18, 1861,
with rank from December 4, 1861, orig-
inal.

SQUIRE, TRUMAN H., age 38 years ; en-
rolled at Elmira to serve three years, and
mustered in as Surgeon, November 29,
1861 ; mustered out, December 4, 1864;
again enrolled and mustered in as Sur-
geon, January 9, 1865 ; discharged, May
19, 1865, at Richmond, Va. ; commissioned
Surgeon, December 18, 1861, with rank
from November 29, 1861, original ; recom-
missioned, December 27, 1864, with rank
of same date, vice himself, mustered out.

TREMAIN, FRANK W., age 18 years ; en-
rolled October 16, 1861, at Lanesboro, Pa.,
to serve three years ; mustered in as
Second Lieutenant, Company K, December
5, 1861 ; as First Lieutenant, March 21,
1863; as Captain, July 13, 1864; as Major,
March 14, 1865 ; killed in action, April 2,
1865, at Fort Gregg, Va. ; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, December 18, 1861,



with rank from December 5, 1861, orig-
inal ; First Lieutenant, March 23, 1863,
with rank from March 21, 1863, vice O.
P. Harding, resigned ; Captain, July 20,
1864, with rank from July 13, 1864, vice
F. Burt, resigned; Major, March 7, 1865,
with rank from January 10, 1865, vice
H. C. Roome, not mustered.

VAN INGEN, GARRETT, age 30 years;
enrolled at Elmira to serve three years,
and mustered in as Sergeant-Major, De-
cember 5, 1861 ; as First Lieutenant, Com-
pany F, May 21, 1862; wounded in action,
September 17, 1862, at Antietam, Md. ;
died of his wounds, September 26, 1862,
at Sharpsburg, Md. ; commissioned First
Lieutenant, October 17, 1862, with rank
from May 20, 1862, vice Moses Puffer,
resigned.

VAN NAME, JOHN B., age 28 years ; en-
rolled September 18, 1861, at Binghamton
to serve three years ; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company H, December 4, 1861 ; dis-
charged, October 6, 1862 ; commissioned
Captain, December 18, 1861, with rank
from October 31, 1861, original.

WATROUS, MARVIN, age 22 years; en-
rolled October 10, 1861, at Corbettsville
to serve three years ; mustered) in as First
Sergeant, Company K, October 21, 1861 ;
promoted Second Lieutenant, Company
B, February 17, 1863 ; killed in action,
April 19, 1863, at Battery Huger, Va. ;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, July 23,
1863, with rank from February 17, 1863,
vice T. Groody, promoted.

WEBSTER, CORNELIUS H., age 42
years; enrolled at Elmira to serve three
years, and mustered in as First Lieuten-
ant and Quartermaster, December 4, 1861 ;
discharged, December 30, 1863 ; commis-
sioned Quartermaster, December 18, 1861,
with rank from December 4, 1861, orig-
inal.



NINETIETH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).

Hancock Guard; McClellan Chasseurs; McClellan Rifles.

The Hancock Guards, recruited by Col. Louis W. Tinelli, under authority from the War
Department, dated August 19, 1861, were consolidated with the McClellan Rifles, recruited
by Col. J. S. DeAgreda, with L. W. Tinelli, as Colonel. Company C of the McClellan
Rifles was formed of the British Volunteers, recruited by Col. R. E. A. Hampson. The
Secretary of War granted authority to Lieut.-Col. Robert B. Clark, I3th Militia, to recruit a



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regiment; this authority was later transferred to Col. Joseph S. Morgan, who under it re-
cruited the McClellan Chasseurs. The State authorities organized the Qoth Regiment at
New York city November 20, 1861, by the consolidation of these two incomplete organiza-
tions, with J. S. Morgan as Colonel, L. W. Tinelli as Lieutenant-Colonel, and J. S. DeAgreda
as Major. The McClellan Rifles formed Companies A to E, and the McClellan Chasseurs
F to K. The regiment was mustered in the service of the United States for three years
between September and December, 1861. April 6, 1863, Companies H and I, and in fall,
1864, Company B, were consolidated with the other companies. At the expiration of its
term of enlistment the men entitled thereto were discharged, December 10, 15 and 17, 1864,
at New York city, and the regiment, which had returned from its veteran furlough in
September, 1864, with new Companies B, H and I, mustered in for one year, was retained
in service, but, November 28, 1864, consolidated into a battalion of six companies, A, B, C,
D, E and F. June 3, 1865, it received, by transfer, the men of the ii4th, n6th and i33d
Infantry, not mustered out with their respective regiments.

The companies were recruited principally: A, B and C at New York city; D at Clyde;
E at Unadilla, Nineveh and Otego ; F, I and K at Brooklyn, East New York and Long
Island; G at Brooklyn and New York city; H at Brooklyn, Dunkirk and New York city;
the second Companies B at Norwich; H in Chautauqua county; and I at Medina, Ridgway
and Shelby.

The regiment left the State January 5, 1862; served at Key West, Fla., and in the De-
partment of the South, and unassigned in loth Corps, from January, 1862; in igth Corps,
from April, 1863; in ist Brigade, 4th Division, igth Corps, from May, 1863; in 2d Brigade,
2d Division, igth Corps, from February, 1864; in the ist Brigade, ist Division, igth Corps,
from March, 1864; the nonveterans, while the regiment was on veteran furlough, with the
i6oth N. Y. Volunteers in August and September, 1864; the regiment in the Army of the
Shenandoah from October, 1864; in ist Brigade, Dwight's Division, Washington, D. C,
from April, 1865 ; in same brigade and division, Department of the South, at Savannah,
Ga., from June, 1865; in 3d Brigade, ist Division, Department of Georgia, at Hawkinsville,
Ga., from July, 1865 ; and at Savannah, Ga., in January, 1866, where it was honorably dis-
charged and mustered out, under Col. Nelson Shaurman, February 9, 1866.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 2 officers, 33 enlisted men ;
of wounds received in action, 25 enlisted men; of disease and other causes, 8 officers, 183
enlisted men; total, 10 officers, 241 enlisted men; aggregate, 251; of whom 14 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.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Franklin, La


1863.
May 25
May 31-
July 8
June 14
July 13
1864.
March 10-
May 22
May 1 6
Sept. 19

22

Oct. 19

NOV. 11-12












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i
5
?i


Siege of Port Hudson, La








2

14
5


};


26
IS




34


Second Assault


]


7
16




Bayou La Fourche, La


Red River Campaign, La


Mansura


J






i










2


Opequon, Va


Fisher's Hill, Va


















Cedar Creek, Va


2


9




3


3


40




16


73


Cedar Creek, Va


Total loss




















2


33




25


5


82




5


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35



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.

JOSEPH S. MORGAN, from November 27,

1861, to April 19, 1864.
NELSON SHAURMAN, from June 8, 1864,

to February 9, 1866.

Lieutenant-Colonels.

LOUIS W. TINELLI, from December 6,

1861, to May 31, 1863.

NELSON SHAURMAN, from August 26,
1863, to June 8, 1864.

Majors.

JOSEPH S. DsAGREDA, from December

10, 1861, to July 29, 1862.
NELSON SHAURMAN, from July 29,

1862, to August 26, 1863.

JOHN C. SMART, from August 26, 1863,
to October 19, 1864.

HONORE DE LA PATURELLE, from Oc-
tober 20, 1864, to February 9, 1866.

Adjutants.

JAMES P. RAYMOND, from October 31,

1861, to November 8, 1862.
THOMAS W. JOHNSON, December i,

1862.
WALKER T. WOOLEY, from January i,

1863, to February 9, 1866.

Quartermasters.

RICHARD B. LOCKE, from December 2,
1861, to June 17, 1863.

WILLIAM H. IRELAND, from August 29
to December 10, 1864.

AUGUSTUS HENRY WARD, from De-
cember i, 1864, to February 9, 1866.

Surgeons.
EDWARD S. HOFFMAN, from October

15, 1861, to December 10, 1864.
ARNOLD STUB, from January 3, 1865, to

February 9, 1866.

Assistant Surgeons.
WILLIAM W. KINNE, from November 9,

1861, to June 29, 1862.
JAMES CHAPMAN, from May 23, 1862,

to April 21, 1863.
ARNOLD STUB, from September 12, 1862,

to January 3, 1865.



LOUIS KLEINE, from June 25, 1863, to

March 15, 1865.
J. FRANKLIN PATTERSON, from April

4, 1865, to February 9, 1866.

Chaplain.

JOB G. BASS, from December 20, 1861, to
December 10, 1864.

OF COMPANY A.
Capiains:
JOHN C. SMART, from November 30,

1861, to August 26, 1863.
EDWIN A. STOUTENBOROUGH, from
December 22, 1863, to February 9, 1866.

First Lieutenants:
GEORGE H. STEWART, from October 19,

1861, to April 13, 1863.

AUGUSTUS HENRY WARD, from Janu-
ary i to November 4, 1863.
EDWIN A. STOUTENBOROUGH, from

April 6 to August 27, 1863.
GEORGE H. STEWART, from November

3 to December 30, 1863.
THADDEUS C. FERRIS, from June 20 to

October 19, 1864.
HENRY KELLETT, from November 28 to

December 9, 1864.
FREDERICK T. JONES, from January 15

to July 21, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
GREIG H. MULLIGAN, from December

13, 1861, to August 16, 1862.
AUGUSTUS HENRY WARD, from Au-
gust 29, 1862, to January i, 1863.

FREDERICK T. JONES, from November
9, 1863, to January 15, 1865.

HARVEY J. MERCHANT, from January
15 to June 16, 1865.

JOHN McGRANE, from July 16 to Sep-
tember 20, 1865.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:

WILLIAM G. TACKABERRY, from No-
vember 30, 1861, to October 14, 1862.
THOMAS W. JOHNSON, from October

14, 1862, to April 13, 1863.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



EDWIN A. STOUTENBOROUGH, from
August 27 to December 22, 1863.

WILLIAM H. LAMB, from October i,
1864, to February 9, 1866.

First Lieutenants:
PHILIP GUEST, from October 11, 1861,

to April 13, 1863.
CHARLES N. SMITH, from April 27, 1863,

to October 10, 1864.
WILLIAM MYGATT, from October i,

1864, to September 20, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
HENRY F. BLACKWELL, from October

18, 1861, to April 13, 1863.
FRANK DEL. EAKIN, from April 7, 1863,

to October 19, 1864.
JAMES H. FERGUSON, from October 27

to November 28, 1864.
FRANK DEL. EAKIN, from November 27,

1864, to February 15, 1865.
CHARLES DYE, from March 4 to May 29,

1865.
WILLIAM M. BARTLEY, from June 15,

1865, to February 9, 1866.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains:
ANTHONY T. VAUGHN, from December

7, 1861, to April 9, 1864.
FRANCIS J. STEERS, from April 10 to

December 10, 1864.
FRANKLIN BOWEN, from November 28,

1864, to June 4, 1865.
FREDERICK T. JONES, from July 21,

1865, to February 9, 1866.

First Lieutenants:
JUSTIN NILIS, from December 7 to 20,

1861.
FRANCIS J. STEERS, from December 24,

1861, to April 10, 1864.
PERRY M. LEDIARD, from June 11 to

December 10, 1864.
ROBERT C. GARRY, from November 28,

1864. to June 4, 1865.

HARVEY J. MERCHANT, from July 16,

1865, to February 9, 1866.

Second Lieutenants:

TIMOTHY BURKE, from August 28, 1861,
to January n, 1862.



EDWIN A. STOUTENBOROUGH, from
December 14, 1861, to August 29, 1862.

CONRAD D. LUDEKE, from September
25, 1862, to October 26, 1863.

PERRY M. LEDIARD, from December 26,

1863, to June 11, 1864.

ANDREW S. ONDERDONK, from No-
vember 28, 1864, to June 3, 1865.

OF COMPANY D.

Captains:
PIERRE B. VAN NESS, from September

21 to December 31, 1861.
JUSTIN NILIS, from December 20, 1861,

to November 26, 1864.
WILLIAM E. WHITE, from November 28,

1864, to February 4, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
THOMAS W. JOHNSON, from October

17, 1861, to October 14, 1862.
JOHN T. SHEPPARD, from December i,

1862, to June 9, 1863, and from April 12 to
November 28, 1864.

GEORGE W. SMITH, from November 30,

1864, to January 20, 1865.
JOHN Y. BLANEY, from February 7, 1865,

to February 9, 1866.

Second Lieutenants:

DUDLEY WALSH, from February 18, 1862,
to March 17, 1863.

WILLIAM H. BRADSHAW, from Febru-
ary 5, 1863, to August 26, 1864.

JOHN Y. BLANEY, from December 18,
1864, to February 7, 1865.

GEORGE W. YATES, from December 22,

1864, to January i, 1865.

JOHN McGRANE, from February 8 to July
1 6, 1865.

OF COMPANY E.
Captains:

HONORE DE LA PATURELLE, from De-
cember 6, 1861, to October 20, 1864.

JOHN T. SHEPPARD, from November 28
to December 9, 1864.

GEORGE W. SMITH, from January 20,

1865, to February 9, 1866.

First Lieutenants:
JOHN LOCKE, from December 26, 1861, to

April 13, 1863.
WILLIAM H. IRELAND, from April 6,

1863, to .



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AUGUSTUS HENRY WARD, from No-
vember 4, 1863, to December i, 1864.

GEORGE W. YATES, from January i to
July 29, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
WILLIAM H. IRELAND, from February

17 to October 8, 1862.
JOHN HALL, from February 16 to April

13, 1863.
PHILIP LUMBREYER, from April 7, 1863,

to December 10, 1864.
JAMES H. FERGUSON, from November

28, 1864, to February 9, 1866.

OF COMPANY F.
Captains:
WILLIAM H. BENNETT, from December

ir, 1861, to August 12, 1862.
GEORGE R. BENNETT, from October 8,

1862, to December 17, 1864.
EDGAR E, BRAND, from November 28,
1864, to May 22, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
WILLIAM R. HILL, from December 12,

1861, to October 7, 1862.

WILLIAM H. IRELAND, from October 8,

1862, to February 15, 1863, and from
to August 29, 1864.

SAMUEL JAY DUTTON, from November
28, 1864, to June 3, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
GEORGE R. BENNETT, from December

12, 1861, to October 8, 1862.
JOHN WASSNER, from November 22,

1862, to December 2, 1864.
CHARLES DYE, from November 28, 1864,

to March 4, 1865.
ALFRED EDWARDS, from May 8, 1865,

to February 9, 1866.

OF COMPANY G.
Captains:
NELSON SHAURMAN, from December 2,

1861, to July 29, 1862.

EDWARD D. SMYTHE, from July 30,

1862, to December 10, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

EDWARD D. SMYTHE, from October 21,
1861, to July 30, 1862.



CHARLES N. SMITH, from February 16

to April 27, 1863.
HENRY KELLETT, from April 14, 1863,

to November 28, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:
WALTER L. GRIFFITH, from December

2, 1861, to October i, 1862.
JOHN HALL, from December 12, 1862, to

February 16, 1863.
HENRY KELLETT, from July 30, 1862, to

April 14, 1863.
HENRY M. CRYDENWISE, from April 14

to November 10, 1863.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:
JOHN SULLIVAN, from December 14,

1861, to August 16, 1862.

JAMES P. RAYMOND, from November 8,

1862, to April 13, 1863.

EDGAR E. BRAND, from September 19 to
November 28, 1864.

First Lieutenants:
WILLIAM W. TODD, from December 14,

1861, to April 14, 1862.

WALKER T. WOOLEY, from April 10,

1862, to January i, 1863.

WILLIAM H. fRELAND, from February

15 to April 6, 1863.
SAMUEL JAY DUTTON, from September

19 to November 28, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:

WALKER T. WOOLEY, from December
14, 1861, to April 10, 1862.

CHARLES N. SMITH, from April 10, 1862,
to February 16, 1863.

PHILIP LUMBREYER, from March 14 to
April 7, 1863.

CHARLES DYE, from September 19 to No-
vember 28, 1864.

OF COMPANY I.
Captains:
GEORGE W. BISSELL, from December 2,

1861, to April 13, 1863.

FRANKLIN BOWEN, from September 28
to November 28, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

JOHN J. IRWIN, from October 29, 1861, to
August 29, 1862.



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EDWIN A. STOUTENBOROUGH, from
August 29, 1862, to April 6, 1863.

ROBERT C. GARRY, from September 28
to November 28, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:
JOHN L. NEWTON, from December 16,

1861, to September 13, 1862.

GEORGE H. WOOLEY, from October 20,

1862, to January 12, 1863.

FRANK DEL. EAKIN, from January 13 to
April 7, 1863.

ANDREW S. ONDERDONK, from Sep-
tember 28 to November 28, 1864.

OF COMPANY K.
Captains:
JEREMIAH SIMPSON, from November

12, 1861, to August 10, 1864.
WILLIAM E. WHITE, from September 9
to November 28, 1864.

First Lieutenants:

WILLIAM E. WHITE, from December 13,
1861, to September 9, 1864.

JOHN HAZEN, from August 11 to Decem-
ber 10, 1864.

Second Lieutenants:
JOHN T. SHEPPARD, from November 2,

1861, to December i, 1862.
JOHN HAZEN, from December i, 1862, to

August 11, 1864.
FRANK DEL. EAKIN, from October 19 to

November 27, 1864.

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

DE LA PATURELLE. HOXORE, as Lieu-
tenant-Colonel.

SMART, JOHN C., as Lieutenant-Colonel.

WOOLEY, WALKER T., as Major.

GRIFFITH, WALTER L., as First Lieu-
tenant and Adjutant.

ENTWISLE, JAMES, as Captain.

SHEPPARD, JOHN T., as Captain (ist).

WARBERG, ADOLPH C., as Captain.

WARD, AUGUSTUS HENRY, as Captain.

LUDEKE, CONRAD D., as First Lieu-
tenant.

BRAND, GEORGE B., as Second Lieu-
tenant.



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