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Infantry; mustered in as Captain, Com-
pany A, this regiment, April 17, 1862;
resigned, June I, 1863; commissioned
Captain, May 7, 1862, with rank from
April 17, 1862, original.

VAUDREY, ETIENXE, age 45 years; en-
rolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Surgeon, De-
cember 24, 1861 ; resigned, July 9, 1862 ;
enrolled, and mustered in as Assistant
Surgeon, December 22, 1862 ; resigned.
October 7, 1863 ; commissioned Surgeon,
May 7, 1862, with rank from December
24, 1861, original; Assistant Surgeon, De-
cember 22, 1862, with rank of same
date, vice E. Costello, resigned.

VON GLEICHEN, CHARLES, age 38
years; enrolled November 13, 1861, at
New York city to serve three years ; mus-
tered in as Second Lieutenant, Company
C, April 17, 1862; as First Lieutenant,
August 12, 1862 ; mustered out, Febru-
ary 5, 1864, at Hilton Head, S. C. ; com-



missioned Second Lieutenant, May 7,
1862, with rank from April 17, 1862, orig-
inal ; First Lieutenant, December 10,
1862, with rank from August 12, 1862,
vice J. Hirsch, resigned.

WALLEXUS, FRANCOIS, age 31 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Sergeant, Com-
pany D, March 31, 1862 ; promoted Drum
Major, April 30, 186.; ; First Sergeant,
Company G, December 3, 1862 ; Sergeant-
Major, June i, 1863; mustered out, Feb-
ruary 5. 1864, at Hilton Head, S. C. ;
commissioned, not mustered, Second Lieu-
tenant, May 13, 1863, with rank from
January 8, 1863, vice B. Koelman, pro-
moted.

WARDEN, EDWARD M., age 20 years;
enrolled at New York city to serve three
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, Company A, April 18, 1862; re-
signed, June 13, 1862 ; commissioned Sec-
ond Lieutenant, May 7, 1862, with rank
from April 18, 1862, original.

WERMERSKIRCH, WILLIAM M., late
First Lieutenant and Quartermaster, 7th
Infantry; mustered in as First Lieuten-
ant and Adjutant, this regiment, Novem-
ber 8, 1861 ; mustered out, April 15, 1862,
at Washington, D. C. ; not commissioned.

WILEY, WILLIAM H., age years ; en-
rolled May 16, 1862, at New York city
to serve three years, and mustered in as
First Lieutenant, Company I, June 3,
1862; as Captain, Company E. March 25,
1863 ; mustered out, February 5. 1864, at
Hilton Head, S. C. ; Major, N. Y. Volun-
teers, by brevet ; commissioned First
Lieutenant, December 5, 1862, with rank
from June 3, 1862, original; Captain,
March 12, 1863, with rank from January
4, 1863, vice C. L. Dunbar, resigned.



INDEPENDENT COMPANIES OF INFANTRY.

In the spring of 1865 a number of independent companies were authorized to be or-
ganized and recruited with a view to the formation of new regiments, and completing those
in the field reduced in numbers. These companies were numbered, and of those not as-
signed to regiments, but one was completed, the 35th ; of the other, not completed, independent
companies, the I5th, 22d, 25th, 26th, 3Oth, 3ist, 33d, 43d, 44th and 45th, the men enlisted
were on the cessation of recruiting mustered out at Hart's Island. The independent com-
panies lost by death of disease, 3 enlisted men.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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OFFICERS.

22d Company.

Second Lieutenant conditional, P. ALLAN
MAINAL.

3O//I Company.

Second Lieutenant, conditional, LOUIS
WALTER.

35(/i Company

Organized at Lockport, under Capt. Henry
Richardson ; mustered out and honorably
discharged, May 3, 1865, at Hart's Island.

Captain, HENRY RICHARDSON.

First Lieutenant, HIRAM H. VAN DAKE.

Second Lieutenant, ROWLAND H. LOXG.

4$th Company.

Second Lieutenant, conditional, ABNER H.
Me ARTHUR.

Record of the Officers.

LONG, ROWLAND H., age 24 years; en-
rolled at Hart's Island to serve three
years, and mustered in as Second Lieu-
tenant, 35th Independent Company, April
28, 1865 ; mustered out with company,
May 3, 1865, at Hart's Island, New York
harbor; commissioned Second Lieutenant,
June 12, 1866, with rank from April 13,
1865, original.

MAINAL, P. ALLAN, age 30 years; en-
rolled January 31, 1865, at Albany to
serve one, two or three years ; mustered
in as conditional Second Lieutenant, 22d



Independent Company, February 6, 1865 ;
not continued in service owing to dis-
continuance of recruiting ; not commis-
sioned.

Me ARTHUR, ABNER H., age 41 years;
enrolled February 25, 1865, at Albany to
serve one, two or three years ; mus-
tered in as conditional Second Lieutenant,
45th Independent Company, March 9,
1865 ; not continued in service owing to
discontinuance of recruiting; not com-
missioned.

RICHARDSON, HENRY, age 49 years;
enrolled at Auburn to serve three years,
and mustered in as conditional Second
Lieutenant, 35th Independent Company,
February 15, 1865; as Captain, April 18,
1865 ; mustered out with company, May 3,
1865, at Hart's Island, New York harbor;
not commissioned Second Lieutenant;
commissioned Captain. June 12, 1866, with
rank from April 13, 1865, original.

VAN DAKE, HIRAM H., late First Lieu-
tenant, 8th Artillery ; enrolled at Hart's
Island to serve three years, and mus-
tered in as First Lieutenant, 35th Inde-
pendent Company, April 28, 1865 ; mus-
tered out with company. May 3, 1865, at
Hart's Island New York harbor; com-
missioned First Lieutenant, June 12, 1866,
with rank from April 13, 1865, original.

WALTER, LOUIS, age 3^ years; enrolled
February 2, 1865, at Albany to serve one,
two or three years ; mustered in as condi-
tional Second Lieutenant, 3oth Inde-
pendent Company, February n, 1865; not
continued in service owing to discontin-
uance of recruiting; not commissioned.



UNASSIGNED MEN.

At the time recruiting ceased there was a large number of men at the various recruiting
depots and recruiting stations; there were also at all times so-called permanent parties at
the depots and unassigned men at the stations; many men deserted at the depots before
heing assigned; of these men, and men en route to join, before being assigned to regiments
in the field, there died of wounds received in action, I enlisted man ; of disease and other
-causes, 77 enlisted men ; total, 78. Those remaining at depots and stations were honorably
discharged in May, 1865.



OFFICERS

To obtain sufficient officers to recruit, men
were conditionally mustered in as Second
Lieutenants, to receive commissions of that



or higher grade on presenting sufficient
recruits to enable the organization of a
company or companies. Of these condi-
tional officers mention is made in the
records of:



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



BROWN, HERBERT S., age - years;
enrolled January 28, 1865, at Albany to
serve one year ; mustered in as conditional
Second Lieutenant, unassigned, February
3, 1865 ; not continued in service owing to
discontinuance of recruiting; not commis-
sioned.

COHEN, ISAAC, age 35 years; enrolled at
Albany, and mustered in as conditional
Second Lieutenant, unassigned, August 16,
1864; not continued in service owing to
discontinuance of recruiting ; not commis-
sioned.

FORBES, FRANCIS, age - years; en-
rolled March 21, 1865, at Rochester to
serve - - years ; mustered in as condi-
tional Second Lieutenant, unassigned,
April 13, 1865 ; not recognized by War
Department; not commissioned.

JOHNSON, THOMAS W., age 23 years;
enrolled at Albany to serve three years,
and mustered in as conditional Second
Lieutenant, unassigned, September I, 1864;
not continued in service owing to discon-
tinuance of recruiting ; not commissioned.

McMAHON, MICHAEL, age 37 years; en-
rolled at Rochester to serve three years,
and mustered in as conditional Second
Lieutenant, unassigned, August 29, 1864;
not continued in service owing to discon-
tinuance of recruiting; not commissioned.

MERRILL, JAMES HEXRY, late First
Lieutenant, 22d Infantry ; enrolled at
Albany to serve three years, and mus-
tered in as conditional Second Lieutenant,
unassigned, August 11, 1864; not contin-
ued in service owing to discontinuance of
recruiting ; not commissioned.



MESSENGER, W. DORRANCE, age 21
years ; enrolled at Albany to serve
years, and mustered in as conditional Sec-
ond Lieutenant, unassigned, August 9,
1864; not continued in service owing to
discontinuance of recruiting; not commis-
sioned.

SILLIMAN, JOHN M. B., age 24 years:
enrolled at Albany to serve years, and
mustered in as conditional Second Lieu-
tenant, unassigned, August 10, 1864; not
continued in service owing to discon-
tinuance of recruiting ; not commissioned.

SMITH. JAMES E., age 32 years; enrolled
February 4, 1865, at Albany to serve thiee
years; mustered in as conditional Second
Lieutenant, unassigned, February 6, 1865;
not continued ii service owing to discon-
tinuance of recruiting; not commissioned.

STAU. LEANDER, age 27 years; enrolled
at Albany to serve three years, and mus-
tered in as conditional Second Lieutenant,
unassigned, September 6, 1864; not contin-
ued in service owing to discontinuance of
recruiting ; not commissioned.

VON BREMSEN, THEODORE, age 30
years; enrolled March 30, 1865, at Albany
to serve three years; mustered in as condi-
tional Second Lieutenant, unassigned,
April I, 1865; not continued in service
owing to discontinuance of recruiting; not
commissioned.

VON DER GROEBEN. ALBERT, age 32
years ; enrolled at New York city to serve
three years, and mustered in as conditional
Second Lieutenant and Quartermaster, un-
assigned, March 17, 1864; not continued in
service owing to discontinuance of re-
cruiting; not commissioned.



ORGANIZATIONS NOT ACCEPTED OR NOT COMPLETED.

Andrew Johnson Cavalry.

The War Department, under date of March 28, 1863, granted authority to Ernest M.
Bennent to raise a regiment of Cavalry for service in Eastern Tennessee, especially. The
regiment was not recruited.



Black Zouaves.

Mr. James Cooper, of New York city, offered, in May, 1861, to recruit a regiment of
which every man was to be not less than six feet high. The offer was not accepted.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS 4125



British Volunteers.

Colonel R. E. Alfred Hampson, commenced recruiting a regiment under the above
designation, offering it to the State under date of April 21, 1861. After the seizure of
Mason and Slidell aboard the Trent, the recruiting was abandoned and the companies
organized, five, ordered to be incorporated with the 36th Volunteers. This order it appears
was not carried out. In July, 1861, a company was raised and known as the " British
Volunteers" and became Company C, McClellan Rifles, subsequently part of goth Infantry.

Chasseurs de Vincennes.

Colonel S. Cousin, of Troy, received in November, 1861, authority to recruit a regiment
of infantry, designated as above. The regiment was, however, not recruited.

Fremont's Mississippi Brigade.

Colonel William A. Howard, later of the Marine Artillery, originated the idea of an
organization indicated by the above title. The plan was, however, not carried out.

New York Battalion.

Colonel David Webb offered in December, 1861, to recruit an infantry organization
under the above title. Offer not accepted.

New York Legion.

Mr. J. Langdon Curtis offered in May, 1861, to recruit four regiments, designated as
above. Offer not accepted.

Oregon Rifles, ist Regiment.

Colonel Dow Williamson offered to recruit a regiment under the above name in 1861.
The offer was not accepted, and the men enlisted were transferred to Company C of the
3d Md. Volunteers.

Practical Engineers and Mechanics, ist Regiment.

Colonel William R. Nevins offered a regiment composed of Practical Engineers and
Mechanics in April, 1861. The offer was not accepted, and the regiment was not recruited.

Republican Rifles.

Colonel James Fitze offered in September, 1861, to recruit a regiment of infantry under
the above title. The offer was not accepted.

Seward National Guard.

Colonel George M. Ramsey offered in June, 1861, to recruit a regiment under the above
title. The offer was not accepted.

Seward's Own.

Colonel Thomas Ballou received authority from the War Department July 24, 1861. to
recruit a regiment of infantry. Three companies were recruited for this organization
under the above designation and mustered in. It being discovered that fraud was con-
nected with the enlistment and muster-in of these companies, the War Department ordered
them, October 12, 1861, to be mustered out, and recruiting for the regiment discontinued.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.

THOMAS BALLOU, from July 24 to Oc-
tober 12, 1861.



Captain.

J. HEXRY LAW; accepted September 30,
1861 ; mustered out, as of date of mus-
ter-in.



Lieutenants.

CHARLES GREEN; accepted September
30, 1861 ; mustered out, October 12, 1861.

J. P. H. HALL; accepted September 30,
1861; mustered out, as of date of mus-
ter-in.

DUDLEY MURRAY; accepted October 12,
1861 ; mustered out, as of date of mus-
ter-in.



Storming Tigers.

A regiment of infantry was offered in July, 1861, under the above title, to be recruited
in Brooklyn. The offer was not accepted.

United States Guard.

Colonel H. P. Montgomery in June, 1861, offered to recruit a regiment under the above
title. The offer was not accepted.



Utegtafrr of (Dfltera of llmfrft ^>tatrH
, Appatntrit frnm (Eljta i



(Showing grade held and organization when leaving the service, and in the alphabetical

register their record.)

The formation of colored men into military organizations under State designations
commenced as early as May, 1862; it was officially commenced by the War Department,
May 22, 1863. The regiments ordered then to be formed were to be designated "(such)
regiment of United States Colored Troops," and there were formed regiments of cavalry,
of light and heavy artillery and of infantry. The regiments formed heretofore under State
designations, with the exceptions of the 54th and 55th Mass. Regiments, the 29th Conn.
Regiment, and the 6th and 7th La. Regiments (the latter two short term regiments), were
subsequently renamed as above.

The War Department credits this State with 4,125 men in the U. S. Colored Troops,
and the 2Oth, 26th and 3ist regiments of this service were organized, practically, in this State.

FIRST CAVALRY.



1866.



Organized at Camp Hamilton, Va., December 22, 1863 ; mustered out, February 4,



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
GARRARD, JEPTHA.

Majors.

BROWN, HARVEY W.
McIXTYRE, ARCHIBALD.

Captains.

CASS, GEORGE L.
COLLINS, WILLIAM H.
DEBUS, HENRY.
DEY, CHARLES W.
EMERSOX. CHARLES W.
HOWARD, ORVILLE L.
RICHARDS, JOHN R.
SCHWARTZ, CHARLES.
VANDEVORT, DAVID.
WHITEMAN, SAMSON J. L.



First Lieutenants.

DEBRAY, ERNEST.

GARRETT, FRANK B. (Adjutant).
HOGUE, JOHN T. (Quartermaster).
HUDSON, HORACE.
LI BEAU, CHARLES H.
MECK, HENRY A.
SPENCER, ALEXANDER M.
WHITEMAN, LEWIS H.

Second Lieutenants.
BITNER, GEORGE W.
BROWN, OSCAR J.
HART, CHARLES H.
WURDEMAN, F. H.

Surgeon.
MANLY, BRADFORD S.



SECOND CAVALRY.

Organized at Fort Monroe, Va., from December 22, 1863, to January 8, 1864; mustered
out, February 12, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
COLE, GEORGE W.



Lieutenant-Colonels.
POND, NATHAN P.
WHITE, FRANK J.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



Majors.

BRCM'X, HAMILTON.
COLBRANT. ALPHONSO E.
KENT, FRANK D.
WILSON. EDWARD P.

Captains.

PERRIN. WILLIAM H.
PETERSON, HENRY.
SMITH. ANDREW J.
SWARTHOUT, BENJAMIN.
TUCKER JOHN H.
WOOD, ENOS B.

First Lieutenants.
JONES. JOHN W.
KNOX, HENRY T.



MARKHAM. EDWIN C.
PALMER. ALLEN E.
QUACKENBUSH. WILLIAM P.
SNYDER, ALBERT (Adjutant).
TUCKER, JAMES M.
VAN LEW, MENAGH.

Second Lieutenants.
BELANGER, CHARLES.
FOX, EDWIN R.
FRENCH. GEORGE W.
HINTON, THOMAS S.
HITCHCOCK. DANIEL.
LABARTH, CHARLES.
MAIXS, THOMAS B.
VAIL, AUSTIX G.



FOURTH CAVALRY.

Organized at Xew Orleans, La., from September 12, 1863, to July 19, 1864. as ist Regi-
ment Cavalry, Corps d'Afrique; designated this regiment. April 4. 1864; mustered out,
March 20, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Majors.

BEXEDICT. ERASTUS D.
PAJXE, JOSEPH W.



BAXGS, EDWARD W.



Second Lieutenants.
BROWXELL, MARCUS.
HEYMAXX, JOHN".
ZIMAXDY, A. P. A.



Captains.

I JACKSON, OSCAR C.



FIFTH CAVALRY.

Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., from October 24 to 30, 1864; mustered out, March
16, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Major.
THOMPSON, CLIFFORD.



Captain.
COONEY, MICHAEL.



SIXTH CAVALRY.

Organized at Camp Xelson, Ky., from November i. 1864, to June 21, 1865; mustered
out, April 15, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Captain.
CUSACK, PATRICK.



FIRST HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at Knoxville, Tenn., from February 20 to November 12, 1864; mustered out,
March 31, 1866.



REGISTERS AXD SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS 4129

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Major.

GRAY, WILLIAM.

SECOND LIGHT ARTILLERY.

BATTERY A.
Organized at Nashville. Term., April 30. 1864: mustered out. January 13. 1866.

OFFICER OF THE BATTERY.

First Lieutenant.
LEWIS. JERRY.

BATTERY B.

Organized at Fort Monroe. Va.. from January 8 to February 27, 1864; mustered out,
March 17, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE BATTERY.

Second Lieutenant.
ABRAHAM, FRANCIS.

BATTERY G.

Organized at Hilton Head, S. C, May 24, 1864; mustered out, August 12, 1865.

OFFICER OF THE BATTERY.

Captain.
CLARK. JEREMIAH S.

THIRD HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at Memphis and Fort Pickering. Tenn.. from June 5 to December 22. 1863.
as ist Regiment. Tenn. Heavy Artillery; designated the 2d Colored Heavy Artillery. March
ii, 1864, and this regiment. April 26. 1864; mustered out. April 30. 1866.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
KAPPNER. IGNATZ G.



Second Lieutenant.
VAX VLACK. CHARLES E.



SIXTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at Natchez, Mis?., from September 12. 1863. to January 21. 1864, as the 2d
Regiment, Miss. Heavy Artillery: designated the 5th Regiment. Heavy Artillery, March
n, 1864, and this regiment. April 26, 1864: mustered out, May 13. 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Assistant Surgeon.
PEAL, GEORGE M.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



EIGHTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at Paducah, Ky., from April 26 to October 13, 1864; mustered out, February
10, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

COOK, GEORGE H.
COX, GEORGE W.



First Lieutenant.
JOHNSON, LAWRENCE.
STARBUCK, CHARLES A.



NINTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at Clarksville and Nashville. Tenn., from October 8 to November I, 1864;
discontinued, May 5, 1865.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Surgeon.
UTERHART, CARL.

TENTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at New Orleans, La., from November 29, 1862, to November 8, 1864. as
the 1st Regiment. La. Heavy Artillery; designated ist Regiment, Corps d'Afrique, Novem-
ber ig, 1863; /th Colored Heavy Artillery, April 4, 1864, and this regiment. May 21, 1864.
The 77th Colored Infantry was consolidated with it, October I, 1865. This regiment was
mustered out, February 22, 1867.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
HARTWELL, CHARLES A.

Captains.

BARSTOW, EDWIN F.
KIM BALL, HORACE E.
MCALLISTER, ARTHUR.

McGUIRE, J. HORACE.

First Lieutenants.
BROWNELL, CHARLES A.



DUNHAM, MARSHALL A.
GARDNER, H. R.

Second Lieutenants.
BOTHWELL, W. H.
FLINT, WILBUR F.
McGUIRE, WILLIAM D.
REDD-Y, WILLIAM C.
STRONG, BYRON F.
WILLSON, G. MORTON.

Surgeon.
MATHER, WILLIAM H.



ELEVENTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at Providence, R. I., from August 28, 1863, to January 25. 1864, as the I4th
Regiment, R. I. Colored Heavy Artillery ; designated 8th Regiment, U. S. Colored Heavy
Artillery, April 4, 1864, and this regiment, May 21, 1864; mustered out, October 2, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Major.
COMSTOCK. JR., JOSEPH J.



Second Lieutenant.
SILCOCK, JOHN E.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



4I3 1



TWELFTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., from July 15, 1864, to July 15, 1865 ; mustered out,
April 24. 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Major.
BEHLE, CHARLES E.

First Lieutenants.
BOSWORTH. DRAKE S.
LOVE, HOMER L.
MARKLE, FREDERICK.
ROYCE, GEORGE W.



PARKER. JAMES E.
VAUGHN, SIDNEY A.
WRIGHT, MUNROE.

Second Lieutenants.

GRANNIS, MARCIUS S.
HIGBIE, MILTON.
KEMMIS, LAFAYETTE.



THIRTEENTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at Camp Nelson. Ky., June 23, 1865 ; mustered out, November 18, 1865.
OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Lieutenant-Colonel.
PARKER, GEORGE.

Captains.

DEALING, FOSTER M.
HOPKINS, WILLIAM H.
PORTER, WILLARD C.
SUTHERLAND. GEORGE E.

First Lieutenants.
CHAPMAN, LIONEL.



HOWARD, LEROY.
ROGERS, ALBERTUS C.
WARN, CHARLES S.

Second Lieutenants.
BLACKMAN. JACOB A.
EDGERTON. WILLIAM.
HOPKINS, DAVID.
MUNROE, GEORGE C.
NICHOLS, IRA C.
REED, REUBEN M.



FOURTEENTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.

Organized at New Berne and Morehead City, N. C, from March 14, 1864, to April 30,
1865, as the 1st Regiment, N. C. Colored Heavy Artillery; designated this regiment, March
17, 1865; mustered out, December n, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Lieutenant-Colonel.
POOR, WALTER S.

Captains.

GOODRICH, JAMES S.
MILLS, BURTON S.



First Lieutenant.
BULLIS, WILLIAM J.

Second Lieutenant.
MONROE, JAMES.

Surgeon.
SITLER, ISAAC W.



FIRST INFANTRY.

Organized in the District of Columbia, from May 19 to June 30, 1863; mustered out,
September 29, 1865.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

DAVIS, WILLIAM H.
EAGLE, CLIFFORD F.
RICE, JUDSON E.
THOMPSON, HIRAM P.
WARD, HENRY.

First Lieutenants.
BE EM AN, EL AM C.



LARNEY, NICHOLAS.
OTTO, FRANK.
RICE, LOUIS B.

Second Lieutenants.
BARR, CHARLES.
MILLER, GEORGE F.
STERLING, WALLACE M.
SYKES. CHARLES R.



Organized at Arlington, Va., from June
ary 5, 1866.

OFFICERS OF

Colonel.
TOWNSEND, BENJAMIN R.

Major.
DEWEY, LEWIS F.

Captains.

BARTHOLF, JOHN F.
MARTIN, JR., JARED W.
SPRINGSTEEN, ALEXANDER S.
WILLETT, CONSIDER H.



SECOND INFANTRY.

23 to November n, 1863; mustered out, Janu-



THE REGIMENT.

First Lieutenants.

ADAMS, EDWARD P. (Regimental Quar-
termaster.)

CARPENTER, OTIS A.
THOMAS, CHARLES.
VAN COUGHNET, JOHN.

Second Lieutenants.
ADAMS, JR.. MYRON.
BERGEN, JOHN E.

DERUDIO, CARLO c.

KILLEAN, JR., THOMAS.
MURPHY. THOMAS H.
WHITBECK, FRANKLIN A.



THIRD INFANTRY.

Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., from August 3 to 10, 1863; mustered out, October 31,



1865.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

SMITH, CHARLES F.
TOPLANYI, ALEXANDER.
WALRATH, WILLIAM H.

First Lieutenants.

BROWN, CYRUS W. (Adjutant).
HAAP. JOHN G.



ROE, CHARLES F.
RUNDELL, CHARLES L.
TURNER, PIERPONT C.



Second Lieutenants.
ALLEN, JOSEPH N.
BUCKLEY, BENJAMIN F.



FOURTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Baltimore, Md.. from July 15 to September i, 1863; mustered out, May
4, 1866.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Major.

HILL, WAREHAM C.

Captains.

DILLEXBACK, JOHX W.
GILLIXGHAM, SAMUEL.
HOAG, JOHN M.
WICKES, JAMES H.



First Lieutenants.

GARDNER. JOHN GRAHAM (Adjutant).
SPICER, DANIEL W.

Second Lieutenants.
HAMMOND, GEORGE W.
WALRATH, GEORGE H.
WHEAT, VAN BUREN.



SIXTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Camp William Penn. Pa., from July 28 to September 12, 1863; mustered
out, September 20, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

HARKNESS, EDS ON J.
SHELDON, GEORGE W.
YORK, CHARLES V.

First Lieutenants.
GROW, ALOXZO W.



HAMMOND, WILLARD R. (Adjutant).

KELLOGG, NORTON P.
LANDON, LAFAYETTE.

Second Lieutenants.
GOULDING, JOSEPH H.
McEVOY, WILLIAM H.



SEVENTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Baltimore. Md., from September 26 to November 12, 1863; mustered
jut, October 13, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Lieutenant-Colonel.
PRATT. OSCAR E.

Captains.

FERGUSON, JOSEPH.
HALL, RUSSELL.
MCCARTY, THOMAS.



SHERMAN, GEORGE R.
SPAULDING, HARLIN P.
WALKER, ARCHIBALD R.

First Lieutenants.
EDGERTON, EBEN S.
KONIGS, JULIUS.
LONG, ALPHEUS K.



EIGHTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., from September 22 to December 4, 1863; mustered



out, November 10, 1865.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
ARMSTRONG, SAMUEL C.

Major.
PELL. ABIJAH S.

Captains.
MILLER. FREDERICK.



NEWLAND. FRANK F.
PRATT, ELECTON A.

First Lieutenants.

DECKER. JAMES L. (Adjutant).
KELLY. WILLIAM

Second Lieutenants.
OSBORNE, HENRY.



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NINTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Camp Stanton, Md., from November n to 30, 1863; mustered out, No-
vember 26, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

MILLS, HORACE F.
ROYAL, WILLIAM.
THOMPSON, HUGH S.



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