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tered in as Major, Union Coast Guard,
July i, 1861; discharged, September 3,
1861; not commissioned.

WILLIAMSON. WILLIAM H., age 42
years; enrolled May 28, 1861, at New
York city to serve three years; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, Company F,
June 14, 1861; transferred to Company
H, August 21, 1861; discharged, Octo-
ber 22, 1861; not commissioned.

WILSON, JAMES, age 25 years; enrolled
at Fort Monroe, Va., to serve three



years, and mustered in as Surgeon, Feb-
ruary 4, 1862 ; .discharged, July 2, 1864, at
New York city ; commissioned Surgeon,
February 15, 1862, with rank from Febru-
ary 4, 1862, original.

WINANS, IRA, age 22 years; enrolled
May 28, 1861, at New York city to serve
three years; mustered in as Second Lieu-
teant. Company I, June 15, 1861 ; as First
Lieutenant, Company D, August 21, 1861 ;
as Captain, Company A, January 21, 1862;
discharged, March 19, 1864, for promo-
tion to Major, 26th U. S. Colored
Troops; not commissioned Second or
First Lieutenant ; commissioned Captain,
January 17, 1862, with rank of same date,
original.

YOUNG, CHARLES C, age 22 years;
enrolled at Camp Hamilton, Va., to serve
three years, and mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company G, January 21, 1862;
transferred to Company D, March 30,
1862; discharged, August 16, 1862, at Fort
Monroe, Va. ; subsequent service as en-
listed man, 3d U. S. Cavalry; commis-
sioned First Lieutenant, January 17, 1862,
with rank of same date, original; First
Lieutenant and Quartermaster, not mus-
tered, April 13, 1864, with rank from
April 7, 1864, vice E. H. Noyes, dis-
charged.



ONE HUNDREDTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY (VETERAN).

Second Regiment, Eagle Brigade; Third Buffalo Regiment.

Under the supervision of Gen. G. A. Scroggs, recruiting for this regiment, as one
of his brigade, was commenced September 2, 1861. It was organized at Buffalo, and there
mustered in the service of the LTnited States for three years, between September, 1861,
and January, 1862, with James M. Brown as Colonel. It received its numerical volunteer
designation February 5, 1862. At the expiration of its term of enlistment, the men entitled
thereto were discharged, and the regiment retained in service.

The companies were recruited principally : A at Buffalo, Franklinville, Springville and
Ogdensburg; B at Attica, Batavia, Bergen, Caledonia, East Pembroke, Greenwood,
Greigsville, Jamestown, Le Roy, Lodi, North Hector, Pearl Creek, Persia, Pavilion and
Victor; C at Buffalo. Brighton, Pembroke, Rochester and White's Corners; D at Buffalo,
Grand Island, La Salle, Tonawanda and Wheatfield; E at Buffalo, Brocton, Cattaraugus,
Dunkirk, Mayville, Portland and Westfield ; F, originally intended for the Astor Regiment,
and G at Buffalo ; H at Buffalo, Arkwright, Cherry Creek, Ellington, Hanover, Irving,
Silver Creek, Smith's Mills and Villanova ; and I and K at Buffalo.

The regiment left the State March 10, 1862; served in Naglee's Brigade, Casey's
Division, 4th Corps, Army of the Potomac, from March, 1862; in the ist Brigade, 2d
Division, 4th Corps, Army of the Potomac, from May, 1862; at Gloucester Point and
Yorktown, Va., from August, 1862; in Naglee's Brigade, ist Division, Department North
Carolina, from December, 1862; in Davis' 2d, Brigade, Naglee's, 2d, Division, iSth Corps,



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



in South Carolina, from January, 1863; at St. Helena, S. C, from February 12, 1863; on
Cole's Island, S. C., i8th Corps, from March 24, 1863; on Folly Island, S. C, loth Corps,
from April 3, 1863; on Morris Island, S. C., from July 10, 1863; in Terry's Division, loth
Corps, from October, 1863; in Stevenson's Division, loth Corps, from January, 1864; on
Morris Island, S. C., from February, 1864; in 2d Brigade, ist Division, loth Corps, Army
of the James, from April, 1864; in 3d Brigade, ist Division, loth Corps, from May, 1864;
in same brigade and division, 24th Corps, from December, 1864; in 2d Brigade, ist
Division, 24th Corps, from May, 1865 ; and it was honorably discharged and mustered out,
under Col. George B. Dandy, August 28, 1865, at Richmond, Va.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 9 officers, 115 enlisted
men ; of wounds received in action, 2 officers, 68 enlisted men ; of disease and other
causes, 3 officers, 20 enlisted men ; total, 14 officers, 384 enlisted men ; aggregate, 398 ;
of whom i officer and 79 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.


a
o _;
-*j (-

W H)

~e
w


Died.


Recov'd.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Officers.


Enlisted
men.


Siege of Yorktown, Va


1862.
April 15-
May 4
April 28
May s

25
29
30
May 31-
June i
June 25-
July 2
June 28-29
3
July i

2

Dec. 14
1863.
March 3 1
April 10
1 1
July 10
18
July 19-
Sept. 7
Aug. 4
17-23
Sept. 8-
Dec. 31
Oct. 26-
Nov. 9
1864.

May 5-3 1
6-7
9-10

I 2
I4-l6
18-26

June 15-
Apr. 2,
1865
June 1519

21

July 27-29
Aug. 14-18
Sept. 29-
Oct. i
Oct. 7
27-29
1865.
March 28-
April 2
April 2
9


)


















Lee's Mills


1


















\VilHamsburg Va . .


Savage Station, Va




















Seven Pines Va




















Fair Oaks Va


1


2

18




i
18


2


2

75






5
176


Fair Oaks Va . . .


5


55


Seven Days' Battle Va


Railroad and Bottom's Bridge




Malvern Hill




















Carter's Hill


Wood's Cross Roads, Va


Cole's Island, S. C. .




















Folly Island S C


















i


Folly Island, S C . . . .


















Morris Island, S. C


3

I-


2

46

II














2
175

48


Battery Wagner S C


i


16
3


4
2


80
26


i


24
6


Siege of Battery Wagner, S C


Vincent's Creek


Bombardment of Fort Sumter


Operations in Charleston Harbor S C


Bombardment of Fort Sumter S C












i
99

23

2






I
280

28

6

i
6
81

7
17

59


Operations against Petersburg and Richmond,
Va


i


17

I


i


IS
3


5

i


4


138


Port Walthall and Chester Station


Swift Creek


Proctor's Creek


Drewry's Bluff . .


Bermuda Hundred ...


Before Petersburg and Richmond Va


Assault of Petersburg Va




3


Grover's House, Deep Bottom, Va












Deep Bottom, Va


i










S
45

i
6

10

40






Strawberry Plains Va . . .


6




5


i


i


23

i


Chaffin's Farm, Va


Darbytown Road, Va










i

1


Darbytown Road, Va




i




2




3


Appomattox Campaign, Va


Fall of Petersburg Va


i


1 1




S






Appomattox Court House


Total loss










9


us


2


68


19


4i7


ii


253


894







REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.

JAMES M. BROWN, from January 10 to
May 31, 1862.

GEORGE BROWN DAXDY, from Au-
gust 28, 1862, to August 28, 1865.

Lieutenant-Colonels.

PHIXEAS STAXTOX, from January 10

to October n, 1862.
CALVIN X. OTIS, from October 21, 1862,

to June 20, 1863.
LOUIS S. PAYNE, from June 21, 1863,

to March n, 1865.
WARREX GRAXGER, JR., from May 17

to August 28, 1865.

Majors.
CALVIN X. OTIS, from January 10 to

October 21, 1862.
DAXIEL D. NASH, from October 14,

1862, to October 21, 1864.
JAMES H. DAXDY, from February 17

to April 2, 1865.
FREDERICK A. SAWYER, from July 7

to August 28, 1865.

Adjutants.

PETER REMSEX CHAD WICK, from
December 21, 1861, to October 31, 1862.

HERBERT H. HADDOCK, from Octo-
ber 31, 1862, to July 18, 1863.

EDWARD S. PECK, from April 21, 1864,
to March 9, 1865.

Quartermasters.

SAMUEL M. CHAMBERLAIN, from
Xovember 8, 1861, to April 8, 1862.

EDWIX L. BISHOP, from April 9, 1862,
to December 22. 1863.

GEORGE G. BARXUM, from October 8,
1864, to August 28, 1865.

Surgeons.

MARTIN S. KITTEN GER, from Novem-
ber 2, 1861, to January 9, 1865.

NORRIS M. CARTER, from March 21
to August 28, 1865.

Assistant Surgeons.

WILLIAM D. MURRAY, from January
9, 1862. to July 6, 1864.



A. WALTER TRYON, from September
25, 1862, to September 19, 1863.

EDWIN SCHOFIELD, from July 30,
1864, to August 28, 1865.

Chaplain.

JOHN BLAIR LINN, from November 5,
1862, to October 16, 1864.

OF COMPANY A.
Captains:

DANIEL D. NASH, from October i, 1861,

to October 14, 1862.
WILLIAM L. MAYO, from October 14.

1862, to May 25, 1863.
WILLIAM BROWN, from May 25, 1863,

to July 25, 1864.
GEORGE H. STOWITS, from October

23. 1864. to June 8. 1865.

First Lieutenants:
WILLIAM L. MAYO, from October 12,

1861, to October 14, 1862.
EDWARD L. WHIPPLE, from October

14. 1862, to January 3. 1863.
HORACE BAKER, from May 10 to July

i, 1863.
CORNELIUS BARNES ADRIANCE,

from September 22, 1863, to November

1. 1864.

JONATHAX E. HEAD, from November

2, 1864, to March 6. 1865.

HENRY HEINTZ, from March 6 to Au-
gust 28, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
CHARLES S. FARXUM, from January 8

to May 12, 1862.
THOMAS W. SMALL, from May 31, 1862,

to February 24, 1863.
JAMES S. KAVAXAUGH, from March

.i to May 10, 1863.
CARLOS H. RICHMOND, from May 30

to Xovember 7, 1863.
WILLIAM C. EARTH AUER, from

March 2, 1864. to May 9, 1865.
PETER KELLY, from July 4 to August

28, 1865.

OF COMPANY B.
Captains:

WALTER B. MOORE, from January 7
to September 27, 1862.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



MELANCTHON HOWELL TOPPING,
from December I, 1862, to April 21, 1864.

JOHN McMANN, from June i, 1864, to
March 6, 1865.

JONATHAN E. HEAD, from March 6 to
August 28, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
MELANCTHON HOWELL TOPPING,

from January 7 to December i, 1862.
JAMES H. DANDY, from January 13 to

June , 1863.
EDWARD S. PECK, from October 24,

1863, to April 21, 1864.
JAMES H. FRENCH, from April 21 to

May 22, 1864.
CORNELIUS K. BAKER, from October

18 to November 30, 1864.
HENRY WILLIAM CONRY, from De-
cember 9, 1864, to July i, 1865.
JOSEPH PRATT, from July 20 to August

28, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

MARTIN S. BOGART, from January 3
to September 12, 1862.

WILLIAM HAM WELLS, from Septem-
ber 13 to November 15, 1862.

EDWARD S. PECK, from November i,

1862, to October 24, 1863.

MYRON P. PIERSON, from June 12,

1863, to January i, 1864.

SAMUEL ELEY, from November 5 to
December 3, 1864.

OF COMPANY C.
Captains:
JOHN NICHOLSON, from December 3,

1861, to March 6. 1863.

LEOPOLD EVERT, from May 10, 1863,

to September 2, 1864.
EDWIN NICHOLS, from September 2,

1864, to August 28. 1865.

First Lieutenants:
UNIACKE C. MACKAY, from January 7

to February 19, 1862.
WILLIAM NOBLE, from March 10 to

November 15, 1862.
LEOPOLD EVERT, from November 15,

1862, to May 10, 1863.

JOHN McMANN, from May 10. 1863, to
June i, 1864.

EDWIN NICHOLS, from June i to Sep-
tember 2, 1864.



ANTHONY WAYNE VOGDES, from
December 5, 1864, to August 28, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

WILLIAM NOBLE, from December 19,

1861, to March 10, 1862.

LEWIS H. TODD, from March 10 to July
25, 1862.

LEOPOLD EVERT, from July 25 to No-
vember 15, 1862.

JOHN McMANN, from January 13 to May
10, 1863.

MICHAEL FRIDAY, from May 10 to
September 22, 1863.

BENJAMIN F. HUGHSON, from Octo-
ber 24, 1863, to May 21, 1864.

HENRY HIEMENS, from December 4,
1864, to May 1 6, 1865.

JOSEPH PRATT, from April 18 to July
20, 1865.

OF COMPANY D.
Captains:

LOUIS S. PAYNE, from January 8, 1862,
to June 21, 1863.

AUGUSTUS J. NEWELL, from June 21,
1863. to January 20, 1864.

SAMUEL ELEY, from March n to Au-
gust 28, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

AUGUSTUS J. NEWELL, from January

8. 1862, to June 21, 1863.
MICHAEL FRIDAY, from September 22,

1863. to April 14, 1864.
FREDERICK SANDROCK, from March

19, 1864, to January 9, 1865.
SAMUEL ELEY, from December 3, 186.1,

to March u, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

JAMES W. SIMSON, from January 11 to
August 4, 1862.

PETER GREINER. from September 2 to
November 17, 1862.

WILLIAM RICHARDSON, from Janu-
ary 13 to August 12, 1863.

ANTHONY WAYNE VOGDES, from
August 13. 1863, to March 17. 1864.

GILBERT GAUM, from January 6, 1864,
to January 9, 1865.

OF COMPANY E.

Captains:
MICHAEL BAILEY, from January 10,

1862, to August 5, 1863.



3160



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



TIMOTHY LYNCH, from June 12, 1863,

to October 31, 1864.
EDWARD PRATT, from January 28 to

August 28, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
WILLIAM BROWN, from January 10,

1862, to May 25, 1863.

EBENEZER SPOONER, from July 29,

1863, to January i. 1864.

MYRON P. PIERSON, from January I,

1864, to March 16, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
TIMOTHY LYNCH, from January 9 td

June I, 1862.

CYRUS BROWN, from January 13 to Au-
gust 13, 1863.
SETH W. BABBITT, from March 8, 1864,

to January 8, 1865.

PATRICK CONNOLLY, from January i
to April 18, 1865.

OF COMPANY F.
Captains:

CHARLES H. RAUERT, from Decem-
ber 14, 1861, to March 16, 1864.
EDWARD L. COOK, from January 28 to
August 28, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

CHARLES F. GARDNER, from January
7, 1862, to January 14, 1863.

JAMES H. DANDY, from June to Oc-
tober 14, 1863.

MANSFIELD CORNELL, from Novem-
ber 5, 1864. to June 14, 1865.

HENRY I. JONES, from July 29 to Au-
gust 28, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
CHARLES E. CLAUSSEN, from January

7 to September 9, 1862.
WILLIAM MEYER, from September 2,

1862, to March 3, 1863.

WILLIAM EVANS, from October 24,

1863, to January 26, 1865.

OF COMPANY G.
Captains:
GEORGE HINSON, from January 7, 1862,

to January 2, 1863.

CHARLES F. GARDNER, from January
14 to June ii, 1863.



JAMES H. DANDY, from October 14,
1863, to February 17, 1865.

JACOB S. KITTLE, from March 6 to Au-
gust 28, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
SAMUEL S. KELLOGG, from January 7

to May 31, 1862.
TIMOTHY LYNCH, from June i, 1862,

to June 12, 1863.
JAMES S. KAVANAUGH, from May 10

to July 18, 1863.
WILLIAM RICHARDSON, from August

12, 1863. to May 21, 1864.
BENJAMIN F. HUGH SON, from May

21, 1864, to January 28, 1865.
JACOB S. KITTLE, from March i to 6,

1865.
JOHN S. MANNING, from April 18 to

August 28, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:
JACOB L. BARNES, from January 3 to

August 9, 1862.

CHARLES B. GUTHRIE, from Septem-
ber 8 to November 14, 1862.
HORACE BAKER, from January 18 to

May 10, 1863.
CORNELIUS BARNES ADRIANCE,

from May 14 to September 22, 1863.
FREDERICK SANDROCK, from August

5. 1863, to March 19. 1864.
GEORGE G. BARNUM, from May 22 to

October 8. 1864.
CHARLES SKELDON, from November

5, 1864, to August 28, 1865.

OF COMPANY H.
Captains:

P. EDWIN DYE, from January 7, 1862,
to February 28, 1863.

CHARLES E. WALBRIDGE, from Feb-
ruary 27, 1863, to April 14, 1864.

WILLIAM RICHARDSON, from May 21
to July 27, 1864.

CORNELIUS K. BAKER, from Novem-
ber 30, 1864, to May 25, 1865.

HENRY WILLIAM CONRY, from July
i to August 28, 1865.

First Lieutenants:
RODNEY B. SMITH, from January 7 to

June 29, 1862.
CHARLES E. WALBRIDGE, from July

i, 1862, to February 27, 1863.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



3161



LEONARD D. HOWELL, from Febru-
ary 27, 1863, to September 22, 1864.

EDWARD L. COOK, from August 4, 1864,
to January 28, 1865.

JOHN GORDON, from March 6 to Au-
gust 28, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

CHARLES E. WALBRIDGE, from Jan-
uary 3 to July I, 1862.

CHARLES H. RUNCKLE, from January
13 to July 18, 1863.

JAMES H. FRENCH, from October 25,
1863, to April 21, 1864.

EDWARD L. COOK, from April 21 to
August 4, 1864.

OF COMPANY I.
Captains:
CHARLES E. MORSE, from January 7

to November 15, 1862.
FRANK C. BRUNCK, from November

15, 1862, to January 9, 1865.
PATRICK CONNOLLY, from April 18
to August 28, 1865.

First Lieutenants:

FRANK C. BRUNCK, from January 7 to
November 15, 1862.

CHARLES C. COLEMAN, from Janu-
ary 13 to November 23, 1863.

ANTHONY WAYNE VOGDES, from
March 17 to December 5, 1864.

ALBERT YORK, from October 23, 1864,
to June 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

HERBERT H. HADDOCK, from Janu-
ary 7 to October 31, 1862.

CHARLES C. COLEMAN, from Septem-
ber 8, 1862, to January 13, 1863.

WILLIAM BONSELL, from January 15
to July 31, 1863.

EDWIN NICHOLS, from August 16,
1863, to June i, 1864.

AZOR HILTON HOYT, from March 25
to May 16, 1864.

OF COMPANY K.
Captains:

CHARLES H. HENSHAW. from Decem-
ber 16. 1861, to July 20, 1862.
WARREN GRANGER, JR., from July 20,
1862, to May 17, 1865.



First Lieutenants:

JOHN W. WILKESON, from January 7

to May 31, 1862.
WARREN GRANGER, JR., from May 31

to July 20, 1862.
CHARLES F. SCHEFFER, from July 20,

1862, to July 28, 1863.

GEORGE H. STOWITS, from July 19,

1863, to October 23, 1864.
CHARLES HENRY WAITE, from April

18 to August 28, 1865.

Second Lieutenants:

WARREN GRANGER, JR., from January
7 to May 31, 1862.

CHARLES F. SCHEFFER, from May 31
to July 20, 1862.

LEONARD D. HOWELL, from Novem-
ber 15, 1862, to February 27, 1863.

GEORGE H. STOWITS, from February
27 to July 19, 1863.

EDWARD PRATT, from October 6, 1863,
to January 28, 1865.

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

NAMED.

STOWITS, GEORGE H., as Major.
OLIVER, H. N., as Quartermaster.
PENDELL, DAVID L., as Chaplain.
GARDNER, CHARLES F., as Captain

(2d).

WILBUR, DEWITT C, as Captain.

FURST, GEORGE, as First Lieutenant.

HACKETT, WILLIAM, as First Lieuten-
ant.

NEVIN, DAVID A., as First Lieutenant.

SMALL, THOMAS W., as First Lieu-
tenant.

TRAVER, CHARLES H., as First Lieu-
tenant.

WHITE, DAVID M.. as First Lieutenant.

CASEY, FRANK, as Second Lieutenant.

FURST, GEORGE, as Second Lieutenant.

THOMPSON, SANFORD C, as Second
Lieutenant.

WEBB, MYERS T., as Second Lieutenant.

MEDAL OF HONOR GRANTED BY THE PRESI-
DENT TO

KANE, JOHN. Corporal, Company K, for
gallant conduct in battle.



162



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



Record of the Officers.

ADRIANCE, CORNELIUS BARNES,
age 21 years; enrolled at Buffalo to serve
three years, and mustered in as Sergeant,
Company I, October 5, 1861; as Second
Lieutenant, Company G, May 14, 1863;
as First Lieutenant, Company A, Sep-
tember 22, 1863; discharged for disabil-
ity, November I, 1864; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, April 18, 1863, with
rank from January 13, 1863, vice Horace
Baker, promoted; First Lieutenant, Sep-
tember 5, 1863. with rank from August
6, 1863, vice James H. Dandy, promoted.

BABBITT, SETH W., age 25 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private (sub-
stitute), Company G, October 23, 1863; as
Second Lieutenant, Company E, March 8,
1864; wounded and captured in action at
Drewry's Bluff, Va., May 11, 1864; paroled,
September i, 1864; discharged for dis-
ability from wounds, January 8, 1865;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, Janu-
ary 29, 1864, with rank from January 28,
1864, vice C. H. Richmond, discharged.

BAILEY, MICHAEL, age 39 years; en-
rolled September 17, 1861, at Buffalo to
serve three years; mustered in as Cap-
tain, Company E, January 10, 1862; dis-
charged, August 5, 1863; commissioned
Captain, February 7, 1862, with rank from
October 26, 1861, original.

BAKER, CORNELIUS K., late Second
Lieutenant, H7th Infantry; enrolled at
Utica, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany H, this regiment, August 22, 1864; as
First Lieutenant, Company B, October 18,
1864; as Captain, Company H, November
30, 1864; discharged, May 25, 1865; com-
missioned First Lieutenant, October 3,
1864, with rank of same date, vice J. H.
French, died of wounds received in ac-
tion; Captain, November 19, 1864, with
rank from November 5, 1864, vice Wil-
liam Richardson, killed in action.

BAKER, HORACE, age 23 years; enrolled
September 25, 1861, at Springville to
serve three years; mustered in as Pri-
vate and promoted First Sergeant, Com-
pany A, October i, 1861; as Second
Lieutenant, Company G, January 18,
1863; as First Lieutenant, Company A,
May 10, 1863; discharged. July I, 1863;
commissioned Second Lieutenant, De-



cernber 22, 1862, with rank from Novem-
ber 14, 1862, vice C. B. Guthrie, re-
signed; First Lieutenant, April 18, 1863,
with rank from January 13, 1863, vice
C. F. Gardner, promoted.

BARNES, JACOB L., age 43 years; en-
rolled October 28, 1861, at Buffalo to
serve three years; mustered in as Sec-
ond Lieutenant, Company G, January 3,
1862; mustered out, August 9, 1862, at
Washington, D. C. ; commissioned Sec-
ond Lieutenant, February 7, 1862, with
rank from January 3, 1862, original.

BARNUM, GEORGE G., age 19 years;
enrolled at Buffalo to serve three years,
and mustered in as Private, Company H,
August 30, 1862; promoted Quarter-
master-Sergeant, July i, 1863; mustered
in as Second Lieutenant, Company G,
May 22, 1864; as First Lieutenant and
Quartermaster, October 8, 1864; mus-
tered out with regiment, August 28,
1865, at Richmond, Va.; Captain, N. Y.
Volunteers, by brevet ; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, April 7, 1864, with
rank from February i, 1864, vice Ben-
jamin F. Htighson, promoted; First
Lieutenant and Quartermaster, October
3, 1864, with rank from May I, 1864,
vice H. N. Oliver, declined.

BARTHAUER, WILLIAM C., age 21
years; enrolled at Buffalo to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany F, August 2, 1862; as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company A, March 2, 1864; dis-
charged for disability, May 9, 1865, near
Richmond, Va. ; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, February 27, 1864, with rank
from January i, 1864, vice M. P. Pier-
son, promoted.

BISHOP, EDWIN L., age years; en-
rolled April 4, 1862, at Gloucester Point,
Va., to serve three years; appointed
First Lieutenant and Quartermaster,
April 9, 1862; dismissed, December 22,
1863 ; dismissal revoked, May 6, 1864, and
honorably discharged, to date December
22, 1863; commissioned First Lieutenant
and Quartermaster, April 9, 1862, with
rank from April 4, 1862, vice S. M.
Chamberlain, resigned.

BOGART, MARTIN S., age 35 years; en-
rolled September 10, 1861, at Caledonia
to serve three years; mustered in as
Private, Company B, October 4, 1861;



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as Second Lieutenant, January 3, 1862;
discharged, September 12, 1862; commis-
sioned Second Lieutenant, February 7,
1862, with rank from January 3, 1862,
original.

BONSELL, WILLIAM, age 26 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Private, Com-
pany E, Independent Corps, Light In-
fantry, August 5, 1862; promoted First
Sergeant, September 2, 1862; mustered in
as Second Lieutenant, Company I, this
regiment, January 15, 1863; dismissed,
July 31, 1863; commissioned Second Lieu-
tenant, December 22, 1862, with rank
from November 15, 1862, vice Charles C.
Coleman, promoted.

BROWN, CYRUS, age 29 years; enrolled
at Buffalo to serve three years, and mus-
tered in as Private, Company C, October
12, 1861 ; promoted Sergeant, October 15,
1861 ; Sergeant-Major, prior to January
12, 1863; mustered in as Second Lieuten-
ant, Company E, January 13, 1863;
wounded in action, July 18, 1863, at Fort
Wagner, S. C. ; died of his wounds, Au-
gust 13, 1863, at U. S. Hospital, Fort
Schuyler, N. Y. ; commissioned Second
Lieutenant, December 22, 1862, with rank
from October I, 1862, vice C. E. Wai-
bridge, promoted.

BROWN, JAMES M., late Captain, 72d
Infantry; mustered in as Colonel, this
regiment, January 10, 1862; killed in ac-
tion, May 31, 1862, at Fair Oaks, Va.;
commissioned Colonel, February 7, 1862,
with rank from January 10, 1862, original.

BROWN, WILLIAM, age 40 years; en-
rolled September 17, 1861, at Buffalo to
serve three years; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company E, January 10,
1862; promoted Captain, Company A,
May 25, 1863, and mustered in as such,
August 12, 1863; discharged, July 25,
1864; commissioned First Lieutenant,
February 7, 1862, with rank from Oc-
tober 26, 1861, original; Captain, July 23,
1863, with rank from May 25, 1863, vice
W. L. Mayo, resigned.

BRUNCK, FRANK C., age 20 years; en-
rolled September 23, 1861, at Buffalo to
serve three years; mustered in as First
Lieutenant, Company I, January 7, 1862;
as Captain, November 15, 1862; mustered
out, January 9, 1865; commissioned First



Lieutenant, February 7, 1862, with rank
from November 4, 1861, original; Cap-
tain, November 25, 1862, with rank from
November 15, 1862, vice C. E. Morse,
discharged.

CARTER, NORRIS M., Assistant Sur-
geon, 20th Cavalry; mustered in as Sur-
geon, this regiment, March 21, 1865;
mustered out with regiment, August 28,
1865, at Richmond, Va.; Lieutenant-
Colonel, N. Y. Volunteers, by brevet;



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