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ber 17, 1850; Commander, July 16, 1862;
killed, January I, 1863, on' board the
" Harriet .Lane " in the harbor of Galves-
ton, Tex. ; received the thanks of Con-
gress, July ii, 1862, as one of the officers
of Capt. David D. Farragut for " their
successful operations in the lower Mis-
sissippi river and for their gallantry dis-
played in the capture of Forts Jackson
and St. Philip and the city of New Or-
leans, and in the destruction of the
enemy's gunboats and armed flotilla;"
Lieutenant Wainwright commanded in
these operations the U. S. steamer
" Harriet Lane."

WAIT, HORATIO L. ; appointed Assist-
ant Paymaster, July 14, 1862.
WALLACE. JAMES; appointed Acting
Midshipman, November I, 1859; Ensign,
September 16, 1862 ; died, February 25,
1864, at Nyack, N. Y.

WALTON, THOMAS C. ; appointed As-
sistant Surgeon, October 5, 1861.
WARNER, CHARLES K., Acting Third
Assistant Engineer, Volunteer Navy ; ap-
pointed Third Assistant Engineer, Febru-
ary i, 1865 ; resigned, September 28. 1866.
WATTS, JAMES E.; appointed Third As-
sistant Engineer, March 17, 1863; Second
Assistant Engineer, September 28, 1864.
WAUGH, EDWARD J. ; appointed Gunner,

July i, 1861.

WEBB, ROBERT L. ; appointed Third As-
sistant Engineer, February 28, 1862; Sec-
ond Assistant Engineer, October 15, 1863.
WEIR. ROBERT; appointed Third As-
sistant Engineer, August 25, 1862; Second
Assistant Engineer, February 20, 1864.
WEMPLE, DAVID D. ; appointed Acting
Midshipman, September 24, 1858; Ensign,
November 25, 1862; Lieutenant, February
22, 1864; killed by the bursting of a gun
on board the " Juniata," December 24,
1864.

WENTWORTH, LEONARD ; appointed
Carpenter, June 5, 1861 ; dismissed, Sep-
tember 30, 1864.

WEST, WILLIAM C.; appointed Midship-
man, January 30, 1841 ; Passed Midship-
man, August 10. 1847; Master, Septem-
ber 14, 1855; Lieutenant, September 15,
1855; Lieutenant-Commander, July 16,
1862.



WHEELER, WILLIAM K.; appointed
Acting Midshipman, December 7, 1859;
Acting Ensign, October I, 1863.
WHEELER, WILLIAM L.; appointed As-
sistant Surgeon, June 13, 1861 ; resigned,
May 9, 1864; appointed Acting Assistant
Surgeon, Volunteers, July n, 1864; Acting
Passed Assistant Surgeon, September 20,
1866.

WHITING, WILLIAM B.; appointed Mid-
shipman, February 2, 1829; Passed Mid-
shipman, June 4, 1836; Lieutenant, Sep-
tember 8, 1841 ; on reserved list, Septem-
ber 28, 1855 ; Commander, on reserved list,
July 21, 1861.

WHITING, WILLIAM H.; appointed Act-
ing Midshipman, September 21, 1860; Act-
ing Ensign, October I, 1863.
WHITNEY, DAVID V.; appointed Acting
Assistant Surgeon, May 26, 1863 ; Assist-
ant Surgeon, September 22, 1863.
WHITNEY, THOMAS H. ; appointed As-
sistant Surgeon, July 30, 1861 ; dismissed,
July I, 1862; dismissal revoked, August
19, 1862; resigned, December i, 1863.
WIGHTMAN, GEORGE A.; appointed
Acting Sailmaker, June 5, 1861 ; resigned,
October 3, 1861.

WILKES, CHARLES; appointed Midship-
man, January I, 1818; Lieutenant, April
28, 1826; Commander, July 13, 1843; Cap-
tain, September 14, 1855 ; retired, Decem-
ber 21, 1861 ; Commodore, retired, July
1 6, 1862.

WILLIAMSON, JAMES C; appointed
Midshipman, January 7, 1832; Passed Mid-
shipman, July 8, 1839; Lieutenant, Novem-
ber 25, 1844 ; Commander, July 16, 1862.
WILSON, FLETCHER A.; appointed
Third Assistant Engineer, August 26,
1859; Second Assistant Engineer, October
21, 1861 ; First Assistant Engineer, Octo-
ber i, 1863.

WILSON. HENRY; appointed Midship-
man. October 22, 1847 ; Passed Midship-
man, June 10, 1853 ; Master, September
15- 1855 ; Lieutenant, September 16, 1855 ;
Lieutenant-Commander, July 16, 1862.
WILSON, JAMES; appointed Acting As-
sistant Surgeon, Volunteers, September i,
1863 ; Assistant Surgeon, Regular Navy,
June 21, 1864.

WILSON, STEPHEN B.; appointed Mid-
shipman, January i, 1812; Lieutenant,
January 13, 1825; Commander, Septem-



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



her 8, 1841; Captain, September 14, 1855;
died, March 15, 1863, at Hudson, N. Y.

WILSON, THEODORE D.; appointed
Carpenter, August 3, 1861.

WILSOX, THOMAS R.; appointed Gun-
ner, January 31, 1853.

WILTSE, GILBERT C; appointed Acting
Midshipman, September 20, 1855; Midship-
man, June 9, 1859; Lieutenant, August 31,
1861.

WINCHESTER, WILLIAM ; appointed
Boatswain, October 28, 1858; dismissed,
October 17, 1863.

WINSLOW, EZRA D.; appointed Chaplain,
March 10, 1863 ; prior service in 36th N.
Y. Infantry.

WISE, HENRY A.; appointed Midshipman,
February 8, 1834; Passed Midshipman,
July 16, 1840; Master, October 31, 1846;
Lieutenant, February 25, 1847; Comman-
der, July 16, 1862.

WOOD, BENJAMIN F. ; appointed Third
Assistant Engineer, July I, 1861 ; Second
Assistant Engineer, April 21, 1863.

WOOD, WILLIAM W. W. ; appointed
Chief Engineer, March 15, 1845.

WOODHULL, MAXWELL; appointed
Midshipman, June 4, 1832 ; Passed Mid-
shipman, June 23, 1838; Lieutenant, July
17, 1843; Commander, July I, 1861 ; killed,
February 19, 1863, at Baltimore, Md., by
the premature explosion of a gun.

WOODS, GEORGE W. ; appointed Assist-
ant Surgeon, December n, 1861.

WOODWORTH, ROBERT; appointed As-
sistant Surgeon, February 23, 1835; Sur-
geon, December I, 1846.

WOODWORTH, SELIM E. ; appointed
Midshipman, June 16, 1838; Passed Mid-
shipman, May 20, 1844; resigned, Febru-
ary II, 1850; appointed Acting Lieutenant,
Volunteers, September 10, 1861 ; Comman-
der, Regular Navy, July 16, 1862.

WOOLSEY, MELANCTON B.; appointed
Midshipman, September 24, 1832; Passed
Midshipman, July 16, 1840; Master,
March 22, 1847; Lieutenant, July 16, 1847;
on reserved list, September 13, 1855;
Commander, on reserved list, July 16,
1862.

WOOLSON, JOHN S.; appointed Assist-
ant Paymaster, March 19, 1862.



WOOLVERTON, THERON ; appointed

Assistant Surgeon July 17, 1862.
WORDEX, JR., JOHN L.; appointed Mid-
shipman, January 10, 1834 ; Passed Midship-
man, July 16, 1840; Master, August 15,
1846; Lieutenant, November 30, 1846;
Commander, July 16, 1862; Captain, Feb-
ruary 3, 1863 ; received the thanks of
Congress, July n, 1862, for the skill and
gallantry exhibited in the late remark-
able battle between the " Monitor " and
the Confederate iron-clad steamer " Mer-
rimac," and February 3, 1863, for highly
distinguished conduct in conflict with the
enemy in the remarkable battle between
the U. S. ironclad steamer " Monitor,"
under his command, and the Confederate
iron-clad frigate " Merrimac," in March,
1862.

WYLIE, JAMES; appointed Third Assist-
ant Engineer, February 19, 1863 ; Second
Assistant Engineer, June 20, 1864.

YATES, ARTHUR R.; appointed Acting
Midshipman, September 24, 1853 ; Mid-
shipman, June 10, 1857; Passed Midship-
man, June 25, 1860; Master, October 24,
1860; Lieutenant, April 18, 1861 ; Lieu-
tenant-Commander, November 16, 1864.

YATES, WILLIAM; appointed Acting
Gunner, December 5, 1861 ; dismissed,
September 30, 1862.

YOUNG, GEORGE W. ; appointed Mid-
shipman, October 19. 1841 ; Passed Mid-
shipman, August 10, 1847; Master, Sep-
tember 14, 1835 ; Lieutenant, September
IS, 1855; Lieutenant-Commander, July 16,
1862.

YOUNG, JOHN J. ; appointed Midshipman,
January I, 1812; resigned, May 25, 1814;
reappointed Midshipman, June 17, 1814;
appointed Lieutenant, March 28, 1820 ;
Commander, April 15, 1840; on reserved
list, September 13, 1855 ; Captain, on re-
served list, August 12, 1864.

ZELLER, THEODORE; appointed Third
Assistant Engineer, June 15, 1843; Second
Assistant Engineer, July 10, 1847; First
Assistant Engineer, November 6, 1849;
Chief Engineer, June 27, 1853.

ZEXZEX, LOUIS; appointed Assistant
Surgeon, August 19, 1861.



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Colonel.

SHUTTLEWORTH, WILLIAM L.

Lieutenant-Colonel.
REYNOLDS, JOHN G.

Majors.

BROOM, JOHN L.
DOUGHTY. ISAAC F.

Adjutant and Inspector.
NICHOLSON, AUGUSTUS S.

Captains.

BREVOORT, ABRAHAM N.
HEY WOOD, CHARLES.
HIGBEE, JOHN H.
REYNOLDS, EDWARD McD.

First Lieutenants.
CORRIE. FREDERICK H.
FORD, ROBERT O'NEILL.
FRENCH, LYMAN P.
GREENE, ISRAEL.
McELRATH, THOMAS L.
PEET, FREDERICK T.
RATHBONE, JOEL HOWARD
SQUIRES, WILLIAM J.
WELLES, GEORGE M.

Second Lieutenants.

GABAUDAN, EDWARD C.
MORGAN, JOHN C.
MORRIS. GOUVERNEUR.
ROBINSON, ERASTUS R.



Record of the Officers.

BREVOORT, ABRAHAM N. ; appointed
Second Lieutenant, March 28, 1820; First
Lieutenant, September 26, 1823; Captain,
March 6, 1838; retired, November 22,
1861 ; Captain, by brevet, for faithful ser-
vice, September 26, 1833.

BROOM, JOHN L.; appointed Second
Lieutenant, January 12, 1848; First Lieu-
tenant, September 28, 1857; Captain, July
26, 1861 ; Major, December 8, 1864; Major,
by brevet, July 15, 1864, for gallant and
meritorious services at the attack on Forts
Jackson and St. Philip; Lieutenant-Colo-
nel, by brevet, March 14, 1865, for gal-
lant and meritorious services at the sec-
ond battle of Vicksburg and the battle of
Port Hudson.

CORRIE, FREDERICK H., age 24 years;
enrolled April 23, 1861, at New York city
to serve one month ; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company E, 7th N. Y. State Militia.
April 30, 1861 ; mustered out with com-
pany, June 3, 1861, at New York city;
appointed Second Lieutenant, November
25. 1861 ; First Lieutenant, November 26,
1861 ; Captain, by brevet, January 14, 1865,
for gallant and meritorious service at the
attack upon Fort Fisher, January 13, 14,
15. 1865.

DOUGHTY, ISAAC F. ; appointed Second
Lieutenant. September 26, 1837; First
Lieutenant, March 3, 1847 ; Captain, March
14, 1856; Major, November 23, 1861 ; re-
tired, June 6, 1864.

FORD, ROBERT O'NEILL, age 22 years;
enrolled April 17, 1861. at New York city
to serve one month; mustered in as Pri-
vate, Company H, 7th N. Y. State Militia,



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April 26, 1861 ; mustered out with com-
pany, June 3, 1861, at New York city; ap-
pointed Second Lieutenant, November 25,
1861 ; First Lieutenant, February 6, 1864.

FRENCH, LYMAN P.; appointed Second
Lieutenant, June 14, 1862; First Lieuten-
ant, April 23, 1864.

GABAUDAN, HOWARD C. ; appointed
Second Lieutenant, March 18, 1864.

GREENE, ISRAEL; appointed Second
Lieutenant, March 3, 1847; First Lieuten-
ant, July ig, 1855 ; ceased to be an officer,
May 18, 1861.

HEYWOOD, CHARLES; appointed Sec-
ond Lieutenant, April 5, 1858; First Lieu-
tenant, May 30, 1861 ; Captain, November
23, 1862; Major, by brevet, March 8, 1862,
for gallant and meritorious services on
board the " Cumberland " at the attack of
the Confederate ram " Merrimac ; " Lieu-
tenant-Colonel, by brevet, August 5, 1864,
for gallant and meritorious services at
Mobile bay.

HIGBEE, JOHN H. ; appointed Second
Lieutenant, March 9, 1861 ; First Lieuten-
ant, September I, 1861 ; Captain, June 10,
1864.

McELRATH, THOMAS L. ; appointed Sec-
ond Lieutenant, November 25, 1861 ; First
Lieutenant, same day; dismissed, June 19,
1866.

MORGAN, JOHN C. ; appointed Second
Lieutenant, March 10, 1865.

MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR; appointed Sec-
ond Lieutenant, July 2, 1864; died, Decem-
ber 25, 1865, at Fort McHenry, Baltimore,
Md. ; prior service as Second Lieutenant,
6th N. Y. Artillery, and First Lieutenant,
5th N. Y. Artillery.

NICHOLSON, AUGUSTUS S. ; appointed
Second Lieutenant, March 16, 1847; First
Lieutenant, March 14, 1856; Adjutant and
Inspector, with rank of Major, May 6,
1861 ; First Lieutenant, by brevet, Septem-
ber 13, 1847, for gallant and meritorious
conduct at the battle of Chapultepec and
the capture of the City of Mexico, Sep-
tember 13, 1847.

PEET, FREDERICK T. ; appointed Second



Lieutenant, June 14, 1862; First Lieuten-
ant, September I, 1864; prior service in
ist U. S. Sharpshooters.

RATHBONE, JOEL HOWARD; appointed
Second Lieutenant, October 25, 1858; First
Lieutenant, June 26, 1861 ; resigned, Janu-
ary 16, 1862; subsequent service in Regu-
lar Army.

REYNOLDS, EDWARD McD. ; appointed
Second Lieutenant, March 3, 1847; First
Lieutenant, November 27, 1853; Captain,
May 24, 1861 ; dismissed, December 7,
1864; First Lieutenant, by brevet, from
September 13, 1847, for gallant and meri-
torious conduct at the battle of Chapul-
tepec and -the capture of the City of
Mexico, September 13, 1847.

REYNOLDS, JOHN G.; appointed Second
Lieutenant, May 26, 1824; First Lieutenant,
May 17, 1833; Captain, March 3. 1847;
Major, June 30, 1861 ; Lieutenant-Colonel.
July 26, 1861; retired, June 9, 1864; Major,
by brevet, September 13, 1847, for gallant
and meritorious conduct in the storming
of the castle of Chapultepec and the cap-
ture of the City of Mexico.

ROBINSON, ERASTUS R. ; appointed
Second Lieutenant, July 2, 1864.

SHUTTLEWORTH, WILLIAM L. ; ap-
pointed Second Lieutenant, February 28,
1839; First Lieutenant, March 16, 1847;
Captain, September 28, 1857; Major, Feb-
ruary 6, 1864; Colonel, June 10, 1864;
Captain, by brevet, March 10, 1848, for
gallant and meritorious conduct at the
bombardment and capture of the city of
Vera Cruz, Mex.

SQUIRES, WILLIAM J. ; appointed Second
Lieutenant, November 25, 1861 ; First Lieu-
tenant, same date.

WELLES, GEORGE M., age 24 years ; en-
rolled May ii, 1861, at New York city to
serve one month; mustered in as Private,
Company I, 7th N. Y. State Militia, May
13, 1861 ; promoted Sergeant, May 17,
1861 ; mustered out with company, June 3,
1861, at New York city; appointed Second
Lieutenant, July 12, 1862; First Lieutenant,
January 12, 1865.



Pag 2.
Siatistical Exhibit of Deaths in U. S. Army 4483

Comparative Statement of Number of Men Furnished, and of the Deaths in U. S. Army.. . 4492
Statement of Men Called for by the President and Furnished by the States, etc. 4493

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ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

WASHINGTON, May 22, 1885.
Brig.-Gen. RICHARD C. DRUM,

Adjutant-General United States Army:

SIR: I have the honor to report the completion of the statistical statement of deaths in
the United States Army during the late war, compiled in obedience to your order of June
2, 1884.

In the prosecution of the work all records of this office affording information upon the
subject have been carefully and thoroughly examined. The table herewith submitted
exhibits the result.

The aggregate mortality within the Union lines is the nearest approximation to the real
loss attainable, and may be regarded as conclusive.

With the deaths occurring among prisoners of war the result is not so satisfactory.
Unfortunately, the records of Southern prisons in possession of the Department are very
incomplete. In fact, the death registers of some of the principal places of confinement for
Union soldiers have not been secured. Notably among these are Americus, Georgia;
Atlanta, Georgia ; Augusta, Georgia ; Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas ; Camp Oglethorpe, Macon,
Georgia; Charleston, South Carolina; Lynchburg. Virginia; Marietta, Georgia; Mobile,
Alabama ; Montgomery, Alabama ; Savannah, Georgia ; and Shreveport, Louisiana. Besides
these, only partial records were obtained from the following-named important prisons :
Cahawba, Alabama; Camp Asylum, Columbia, South Carolina; Florence, South Carolina;
J.Iillen, Georgia ; and Salisbury, North Carolina.

It is true that evidence of death was often communicated to the proper military authori-
ties by surviving comrades, and the report of burials in national cemeteries, or " Roll of
Honor," supplies a large number ; but these sources of information, together with the
Confederate records obtained by the government, have proved deficient. As to the incom-
pleteness of the interment record, a report prepared in the office of the Quartermaster-
General, in 1869, says: "It is well known that at many places, as. for instance, at Salisbury,
North Carolina, and at Florence, South Carolina, etc., the bodies were buried in trenches,
often two, three, sometimes even four deep, so that the accurate number of bodies interred
at these places cannot be determined." These facts warrant the belief that the actual
number of Union soldiers who died in Confederate hands exceeds the number shown
by the table.

It will also be seen that the cause of death in 12,121 cases is not of record in this
office. Future investigations will probably, to a certain extent, elicit the cause, and thus
diminish the number appearing under that head. A corresponding increase of other
classifications would naturally follow. It is, however, fair to assume that the grand aggre-
gate will not hereafter be materially altered.

The column of " other known causes " includes all deaths resulting from quarrels,



4484 STATISTICAL EXHIBIT



riots and the like, and which are not definitely reported as murder; from being shot for
insubordination, or by provost-guards or sentinels in attempting to escape or pass the
lines; from exhaustion or exposure; killed while depredating upon the property of citi-
zens; and all other causes not embraced in the preceding columns.

The period represented by the phrase " during the late war," in the caption of the
table, embraces, in the case of the Regular Army, the time comprehended between April
15, 1861, and August I, 1865. For the volunteers, of all descriptions, it covers the period
from date of muster-in to the date of final muster-out of each organization, excepting
prisoners of war who died after the discharge of their commands. These, so far as
known, are counted.

The greater portion of the Volunteer Army was disbanded during the summer and
fall of 1865, but the subsequent gradual reduction of the force was not fully consum-
mated until late in 1867. The last white organization was disbanded November 18, 1867,
and the last colored regiment December 20, 1867. The last officer of the volunteer gen-
eral staff was mustered out July i, 1869.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. W. KIRKLEY.



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

WASHINGTON, June i, 1885.
Approved, and will be printed.

R. C. DRUM,

Adjutant-General.



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