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First Lieutenants.
BEEBE, HENRY B.
CAMERON, DUNCAN D.
FAIRCHILDS, EDWARD E. (Adjutant).



HAMILTON, JOHN M.
HARRIS, ERASTUS L.
HUNTLEY, WASHINGTON A.
STEWART, JOHN E.
VAN DERHOOF, JAMES C.

Second Lieutenants.
BROWN, HERBERT W.
WALLACE, JOHN T.



TENTH INFANTRY.

Organized in Virginia from November 18, 1863, to September 23, 1864; mustered out
May 17, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

BOSTWICK, J. BENSON.
FOOTE, HARVEY M.
McKENZIE, GEORGE H.
PRATT, ALMOND J.
PROUDFIT, DAVID L.
STURDEVANT, OLIVER W.



First Lieutenants.
JONES, LEVI.
LANSING, GEORGE J.
PEASE, CHARLES W.
WILSON, E. ALPHONSO.

Second Lieutenant.
WILSON, THOMAS J.



ELEVENTH INFANTRY.

Organized at LaGrange, Lafayette and Memphis. Tenn., and Corinth, Miss., from June
20, 1863, to April 2, 1864, as the ist Regiment, Ala. Siege Artillery; designated the 6th
Heavy Artillery, March n, 1864; the 7th Colored Heavy Artillery, April 26, 1864, and this
regiment (new), January 23, 1865; mustered out, January 12, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

First Lieutenant.
GILBERT, SILAS W.



SEVENTEENTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Nashville, Tenn., from December 12 to 21, 1863 ; mustered out, April
.'5, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captain.
MERRILL, ERWIN M.



Assistant Surgeon.
MERRILL, SAMUEL L.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



NINETEENTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Camp Stanton, Md., from December 25, 1863, to January 16, 1864; mus-
tered out, January 15, 1867.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

BLAKELEY, JAMES O.
PATTERSON, MARION.
STEARNS, TYLER B.

First Lieutenants.
DECKER, WESTBROOK S.
FAULKNER, WILLIAM S.
RAYMOR, ANDREW J.



SAPPINGTON, WILLIAM T. (Quarter-
master).
SYKES, CHARLES R.

Second Lieutenants.
APPLEBY, JOHN C.
BARTLETT, WALLACE A.

Assistant Surgeon.
RANSOM, JOHN.



TWENTIETH INFANTRY.

This regiment. Col. Nelson B. Bartram, was organized at Riker's Island, New York
harbor, February 9. 1864, to serve three years ; it served in the Department of the East to
March, 1864; in the District of New Orleans, Department of the Gulf, to January, 1865;
and in the Southern Division of Louisiana, Department of the Gulf, until it was honorably
discharged and mustered out, October 7, 1865.

During its service it lost by death, of wounds received in action, I enlisted man; of
disease. I officer, 263 enlisted men ; drowned, I enlisted man ; of suicide, I officer, 3 enlisted
men; of sunstroke, I enlisted man; of causes not stated, 14 enlisted men; total, 2 officers,
283 enlisted men ; aggregate. 285;.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
BARTRAM, NELSON B.

Lieutenant-Colonel.
MATHER, ANDREW E.

Captains.

BARNABY, JOHN E.
CURRY, ELIJAH S.
FOSTER, GEORGE A.
GOULD, JAMES S.
GREELEY. WALLACE M.
HULL. ALBERT B.
MARTIN, NORMAN R.
MOORE, WILLIAM.
PILSWORTH, DAVID J.



PUTNAM, SAMUEL P.
ROUSE, HENRY H.
WAGE, EDWIN L.

First Lieutenants.
ARMBRUSTER, BENJAMIN.
BRIGGS, CHARLES A.
COOPER, MARTIN.
EATON, PARLEY.
GARDNER. ISAAC G.
HABERTON, JOHN.
MATHER, ELIAS C.
STRONG, BYRON F.
TROMBLY, BRUNO.

Second Lieutenants.
SMITH, MORTIMER F.
THOMAS, JOHN J.



TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY.

Organized at Hilton Head, S. C., and Fernandina, Fla., from June 19, 1863, to October
I, 1864, and designated the 3d and 4th Regiments, S. C. Colored Volunteers; designated
this regiment, March 14, 1864; mustered out, April 25, 1866.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Lieutenant-Colonel.
BENNETT, AUGUSTUS G.

Major.
WILLOUGHBY, RICHARD H.

Captains.

ABEEL, EDGAR.
ANDERSON, JAMES.
FOWLER, EDMUND R.
MILZ, NICHOLAS.
POPPE, JOHN L.
READ, BRANTLEY G.
SHARP, HENRY.



First Lieutenants.
FISH, WILLIAM H.
GRAVES, JAMES F.

Second Lieutenants.
BLANCH ARD, ADD1SON.
COOK, OSCAR L.
CORNWELL, WILLIAM G.
GRABNER, FRANCIS A. O.
RATHBONE, JAMES R.
SLACK, EDWIN.
WARREN, PETER H.



TWENTY-SECOND INFANTRY.

Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., from January 10 to 29, 1864; mustered out. October 16,



1865.

Major.
SCHLICK, PETER.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.

First Lieutenant.
MILLIKEN, WILLIAM D.



Captains.

FORCE, JACOB F.
OSBORN, LUTHER.



Second Lieutenant.
CRAWFORD, JOHN H.



TWENTY-THIRD INFANTRY.

Organized at Camp Casey, Va., from November 23, 1863. to June 30, 1864; mustered
out, November 30, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.

Colonel.
CAMPBELL, CLEAVELAND J.



Major.

HALL, WILLIAM C. J.

Captains.

GRAY, JOHN D.
HOOVER, JOHN E.
KNOX, MARTIN V. B.
LISCOMB, ADAM C.



STILES, BURAGE H.
TOWNSEND, EDWARD C.
WILSON, HARPER.



First Lieutenants.
GILLETT, CLARK B.
HILL, OLIVER M.

Second Lieutenants.
ELDRIDGE, JAMES WILLIAM.
LEEDY, WILLIAM.



TWENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Camp William Penn, Pa., from January 30 to March 30, 1865 ; mustered
out, September 30 and October I, 1865.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Lieutenant-Colonel.
TRIPPE, JAMES M.

Captain.
SWAIN, WILLIAM C.



First Lieutenant.
BARXES. WILLIAM A.

Second Lieutenant.
MINTIE, FERGUS L.



Assistant Surgeon.
PATTE, EMILE.



TWENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., from January 13 to February 12, 1864; mustered out
December 6, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.

Captain. First Lieutenants.

GANG, NATHAN L.
HAYNES, CALVIN A.
MARCELLUS, ALGERNON (Adjutant).



NORRIS, ELIPHALAT B.



TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY.

This regiment, Col. William Silliman, was organized at Riker's Island. New York
harbor, February 27. 1864, to serve three years; it served in the Department of the East
to March, 1864 ; in the District of Beaufort, Department of the South, to April, 1865 ;
at Port Royal. S. C., until it was honorably discharged and mustered out, under Col. William
B. Guernsey, August 28, 1865.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 21 enlisted men; of
wounds received in action, 2 officers, " enlisted men; of disease, 2 officers, 102 enlisted men;
drowned. I officer, 4 enlisted men; murdered, I enlisted man; of sunstroke, 2 enlisted men;
of causes not stated, 3 enlisted men; total, 5 officers, 140 enlisted men; aggregate, 145.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT APPOINTED FROM NEW YORK.



Colonels.

GUERNSEY, WILLIAM B.
SILLIMAN, WILLIAM.



Major.



WINANS, IRA.



Captains.

DAVENPORT, WILLIAM.
DYE, P. EDWIN.
ENGLAND, GEORGE.

MCDONALD, AARON c.

ROBBINS, CHARLES H.
SALSBURY, HARM OX L.
TRACY, WILLIAM W.

First Lieutenants.
AITEN. ROBERT.
ALVORD, AUSTIN W.



MAN, BUEL A.

MATTISON, CHARLES H. (Adjutant).

MILLER, ELLERY L.

ORVIS, FRANKLIN K.

SPRAGUE, JAMES E.

SWERTFAGER. JOHN H.

VAN SANFORD, ABRAHAM P.

Second Lieutenants.
HART, ANDREW H.
SPRY, JAMES C.
VAN GUELDER, ABRAHAM A.

Surgeons.

UGLOW. JAMES.
WHITTAKER, JONATHAN L.

Assistant Surgeon.
FOX, EDWARD C.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



TWENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Camp Delaware, O., from January 16 to August 6, 1864; mustered
out, September 21, 1865.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Second Lieutenant.
BROWN, JOHN H.



TWENTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Indianapolis, Ind., from December 24, 1863, to March 31, 1864; mustered
out, November 8, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.
First Lieutenants.
MILLAR, WILLSON.



VINTON, ALEXANDER.

Second Lieutenants.
HARVARD, LEOPOLD A. F.



RICE, HORATIO N.
TODD, LUZERN S.



Assistant Surgeon.
HOUSE, PETER R.



TWENTY-NINTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Quincy. 111.. April 24, 1864, and in Virginia from October 22, 1864,
January I, 1865 ; mustered out, November 6, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
ROYCE, CLARK E.

First Lieutenant.
CONANT, THOMAS N.

Second Lieutenants.
B RODERICK, JOHN.



ROLLMAN, JOHN C.
WICKHAM, CHARLES H.

Surgeon.
MACKAY, DAVID.

Assistant Surgeon.
EWEN, CLARENCE.



THIRTIETH INFANTRY.

Organized at Camp Stanton, Md., from February 12 to March 18, 1864; mustered out
December 10, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.

BATES, DELEVAN.

Captains.

ADAMS, JOHN Q.
BALDWIN, L E ROY E.
DAVIDSON, ANDREW.
HERBERT, GEORGE A.



HOWEL, HENRY B.
SWIFT, CHARLES N.

First Lieutenants.
FOSTER, JACOB.
GODDARD, SELDEN R.

Second Lieutenant.
LEVRING, CHARLES.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



THIRTY-FIRST INFANTRY.

The organization of this regiment was commenced under Col. Henry C. Ward, at
Hart's Island, New York harbor, April 29. 1864, and completed in the field of Virginia,
November 14, 1864 ; it was mustered in the United States service for three years ; the
3Oth Conn. Colored Volunteers, while in process of organization, were merged into this
regiment May 18, 1864.

The regiment served in the Middle Department until April, 1864; i n the ist Brigade,
4th Division, gth Corps, to November, 1864; in the ist Brigade, ist Division, 25th Corps,
\.-j April, 1865; in the 1st Brigade, 3d Division, loth Corps, to August, 1865; and in the
District of New Berne, N. C., until it was honorably discharged and mustered out, Novem-
ber 7, 1865.

During its service the regiment lost by death, killed in action, 2 officers, 35 enlisted
men; of wounds received in action, I officer, 19 enlisted men; of disease, I officer, 100
enlisted men ; by accidents, 3 enlisted men ; drowned, 3 enlisted men ; murdered, I enlisted
man; of sunstroke, I enlisted man; of causes not stated, 15 enlisted men; total, 4 officers.
177 enlisted men; aggregate, 181 ; of whom 5 enlisted men died in the hands of the enemy.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT APPOINTED FROM NEW YORK.

Major. First Lieutenant.



WRIGHT, THOMAS.

Captains.

BLISS, HENRY L.
DOWNING, HENRY A.



BARNES, ROMAINE A. (Adjutant).

Second Lieutenants.
AYERS, WILLIAM H.
TEXXEY, SOLOMON C.



Surgeon.
TREMAIN, WILLIAM S.



THIRTY-SECOND INFANTRY.

Organized at Camp William Penn, Pa., from February 17 to March 7, 1864; mustered
out, August 22, 1865.



Lieutenant-Colonels.
GEARY, EDWARD C.
THOMPSON, BENJAMIN W.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.

Second Lieutenants.
CORBIN. WILLIAM G.



Captain.
PIERCE, NELSON.

First Lieutenant.
RICE, WALTER W. (Adjutant).



GEISE, FRANKLIN.
GILBERT, SILAS W.
HETFIELD, CHARLES K.
WEBB, ROBERT W.



THIRTY-THIRD INFANTRY.

Organized at Beaufort. S. C., January 31, 1863, as the ist Regiment, S. C. Volunteers;
designated this regiment, February 8, 1864; mustered out, January 31, 1866.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



First Lieutenants.
FISHER, JESSE.
GOODRICH, FRED S.
WOOD, HENRY.



Second Lieutenants.
EARL, WILBUR.
SEARLES, JOHN M.



Surgeon.
CRAXDALL, WILLIAM B.



THIRTY-FOURTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Beaufort and Hilton Head, S. C., from May 22, 1863, to December 31,
1864; mustered out, February 28, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.

Major. First Lieutenants.



CORWIN, B. RYDER.

Captains.

BRUSH, GEORGE W.
SELVAGE, JOHN W.



CASS, HENRY W.
ROBERTSON, JOHN F.
STUART, JOHN J.

Second Lieutenant.
MILLER, GEORGE F.



THIRTY-FIFTH INFANTRY.

Organized at New Berne, N. C, June 30, 1863, as the 1st Regiment, N. C. Volunteers;
designated this regiment, February 8. 1864; mustered out, June i, 1866.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
BEECHER, JAMES C.



First Lieutenant.
LOOMIS, HARLAN P.



THIRTY-SIXTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Portsmouth, Va., October 28, 1863. as the 2d Regiment, N. C. Colored
Volunteers; designated this regiment, February 8, 1864; mustered out, October 28, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



First Lieutenant.
THORBURN, HENRY N.



Second Lieutenant.
McCLAIR, JERRY.



THIRTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Norfolk, Va., from Janaury 30 to September 19, 1864, as 3d Regiment,
N. C. Volunteers; designated this regiment, February 8, 1864; mustered out, February
II, 1867.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captain.
MARVIN, HIRAM LEONARD.



First Lieutenants.
ALGATE, JOHN B.
DRINKER, ROBERT M.
SHAW McKENDREE.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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THIRTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY.

Organized in Virginia from January 23, 1864, to Mlarch 30, 1865 ; mustered out. Janu-
ary 25, 1867.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
NOYES. HENRY T.

Lieutenant-Colonel.
CLAPP, DEXTER E.

Captains.

AUSTIN, GEORGE W.
D'ALLEAUME, ARMAND.
EVERETT, GEORGE.
GREEN, NATHANIEL H.
PETERS, CHARLES W.
PRITCHARD, GEORGE C.
SCHLICK, PETER.

First Lieutenants.
CHAMBERS, JOHN J.



CLAPP, CHARLES L.
HAWKS, SEYMOUR C.
HORTON, SAMUEL M.
HOYT, NORMAN F.
ROBERTS, ALPHEUS.
ROSS, JOHN M.

SMITH, WILLIAM P. (Adjutant).
WATT, JOHN.
WEISZ, MARTIN.

Second Lieutenants.

BACON, RANDALL G.
BASCOMBE, RICHARD.
GUINUP, HENRY P.
MOORE. WILLIAM W.
WHITBECK, MARTIN.
YOUNGS, CHARLES M.



THIRTY-NINTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Baltimore. Md., from March 22 to 31, 1864; mustered out, December 4.



1865.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Cat' tains.

BABCOCK, MARVIN.
BARRICK, THOMPSON.
CLOUGH, EDGAR E.
HAND, HENRY WELLS.
WILSON, SAMUEL.

First Lieutenants.

BALLY, LOUIS.
DENNIS, CHARLES H.



FRYE, MOSES M.

SAGE, WILLIAM M. (Quartermaster).

SANDERS, FREDERICK.

WILL, WILLIAM F.

Second Lieutenants.
COBURN, DANIEL F.
HUTCHINGS, JR.. HENRY.
LOMBARDI, CHARLES V.
WHEAT, FLOYD B.



FORTY-FIRST INFANTRY.

Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., from September 30 to December 7, 1864; mustered out,
December 10, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Lieutenant-Colonels.
WEISS, JULIUS A.

BROWN, OSCAR J.



Captain.
MORRISON, FRANCIS A.



Second Lieutenants.

ROBINSON, FRANK U.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



FORTY-SECOND INFANTRY.

Organized at Chattanooga and Nashville, Tenn., from April 20, 1864, to July 6, 1865 ;
mustered out, January 31, 1866.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

MIDDLE, HENRY.
WELLMAN, ARIEL H.



First Lieutenant.
GLAGAN, HERMAN.

Second Lieutenant.
MENTE, HENRY.



FORTY-THIRD INFANTRY.

Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., from March 12 to June 3, 1864; mustered out, October
20, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Lieutenant-Colonel.
HALL, H. SEYMOUR.

First Lieutenants.
HAYMAN, JAMES.
HOGAN, DANIEL J.
PALMER, WILLIAM E.
SCULLY, JAMES.



WARS'ON, MARTIN L.
WILLIAMS, GEORGE W.

Second Lieutenants.
ARMSTRONG, ROBERT W.
BUTLER, SAMUEL P.
PHILLIPS, RICHARD C.
ROANTREE. JAMES.
WHEATLEY, JOSEPH.



FORTY-FOURTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Chattanooga, Tenn., and Rome and Dalton, Ga., from April 7 to Sep-
tember 16, 1864, for three years ; mustered out, April 30, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Captain.
CHRISTENSEN, NEILS.



FORTY-FIFTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., from June 13 to August 19, 1864; mustered out.
November 4, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
DOUBLEDAY, ULYSSES.

First Lieutenants.
BROOKS, DANIEL.
HITCHCOCK, DANIEL.



POTTER, CALVIN B.
SOUDER, JAMES H.

Second Lieutenant.
WICKHAM, NELSON J.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS 4143



FORTY-SIXTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Arkansas as the ist Regiment Ark. Volunteers, May I, 1863; designated
this regiment. May n, 1864; mustered out, January 30, 1866.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captain.
MILLER, LINDLEY H.



First Lieutenant.



SMITH, THOMAS V.



FORTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Lake Providence. La., May 5, 1863. as the 8th Regiment, La. Volunteers;
designation changed to the above, March II, 1864; mustered out, January 5, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Assistant Surgeon.
SCOFIELD, DARIUS.



FORTY-NINTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Milliken's Eend. La., from May 23 to August 22, 1863, as the nth Regi-
ment, La. Volunteers; designated this regiment, March n, 1864; mustered out. March
22, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Second Lieutenant.
WILLIAMS, ALAMBERT G.



FIFTY-FIRST INFANTRY.

Organized at Milliken's Bend, La., and Vicksburg. Miss., from May 16, 1863, to March
7, 1864, as the 1st Regiment. Miss. Volunteers; designated this regiment, March II, 1864;
mustered out, June 16, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Second Lieutenant.
HANNA, THOMAS L.



FIFTY-FIFTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Corinth, Miss., May 21, 1863, as the ist Regiment. Ala. Volunteers;
designated this regiment. March n, 1864; mustered out, December 31, 1865.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Second Lieutenant.
SMITH, MORTIMER F.



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FIFTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Din-all's Bluff, Little Rock and Helena, Ark., from December 2, 1863,
to March I, 1864, as the 4th Regiment, Ark. Volunteers; designated this regiment, March
ii. 1864; mustered out, October 18 and 19, and December 12, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.

First Lieutenants.
PHILLIPS, RICHARD C. PEAVEY, GEORGE W.

SIXTY-THIRD INFANTRY.

Organized at Memphis and Island No. 10, Tenn., Vicksburg, Miss., and Goodrich's
Landing, La., from November 19 to December 14, 1863, as the 9th Regiment, La. Volun-
teers; designation changed to above, March II, 1864; mustered out, January 9, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Second Lieutenant.
WILLIAMS, JOHN J.

SIXTY-FIFTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Benton Barracks, Mo., from December 18, 1863, to January 16, 1864, as
the 2d Regiment, Mo. Volunteers; designated this regiment, March n, 1864; the 6/th
Colored Infantry consolidated with it. July 12, 1865 ; mustered out, January 8, 1867.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Captain.
MONTGOMERY, THOMAS.

SIXTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Benton Barracks, Mo., from March 8 to April 23, 1864, as the 4th Regi-
ment, Mo. Volunteers. Artillery Division; designation changed to above, March II, 1864;
mustered out, February 5, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Captain.
COOPER, EDWIN B.



SEVENTIETH INFANTRY.

Four companies organized at Natchez, Miss., from April 23 to October I, 1864; organ-
ization completed by consolidation of /ist U. S. Colored Infantry with it; mustered out,
March 7, 1866.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Captain.
WHITE, ROSMOND J.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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SEVENTY-SECOND INFANTRY.

Organized at Covington, Ky., from April 18 to 22, 1865 ; discontinued May 3, 1865.

OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Lieutenant-Colonel.
PARKER, GEORGE.



SEVENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY.

Organized at New Orleans, La., October 12, 1862, as the 2d Regiment, La. Native
Guards, which became the 2d Infantry, Corps d'Afrique, June 6, 1863 ; designated this regi-
ment, April 6, 1864; the pist Colored Infantry consolidated with it, July 7, 1864; mustered
out, October 11, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



First Lieutenant.
FOSTER, JR., GEORGE \V.



Second Lieutenant.
AHLEFELDT, JOHANN.



SEVENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY.

Organized at Xew Orleans, La., November 24, 1862, as the 3d Regiment, La. Native
Guards; designation changed to 3d Regiment Infantry, Corps d'Afrique, June 6, 1863, and
to this regiment, April 4, 1864; mustered out, November 25, 1865.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captain.
SMITH. ALBERT.



Second Lieutenants.
IXGERSOLL, HORACE P.
PETERSON, EMIL.



SEVENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY.

Organized at New Orleans, La., from February 10 to March 6, 1863, as the 4th Regi-
ment, La. Native Guards, which became the 4th Infantry, Corps d'Afrique, June 6, 1863 ;
designated this regiment, April 4, 1864; mustered out, December 31, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
DREW. CHARLES W.

Lieutenant-Colonels.
BENEDICT, \UGUSTUS W.
NYE. WILLIAM E.

Chaplain.

READ, PHILANDER.

Captains..

BEEBE, LEVI N.
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CRANE, JOSEPH B.
KNAPP, WILLIAM H.
MERRITT. CHARLES H.

First Lieutenants.

ANTHONY. DANIEL (Quartermaster).
BOWEN, DELOS K.
BOWEN, JOSEPH M.
CAIRNS. JOHN A.

Second Lieutenants.
BROXSON, LORENZO M.
CROOKS, WILLIAM H.



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REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



SEVENTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY.

Organized as 5th Regiment, Corps d'Afrique, at Fort St. Philip, La., December 8,
1863; designation changed to above, April 4, 1864; organization completed by consolidation
with it of the 85th U. S. Colored Infantry, May 24, 1864; consolidated with the loth U. S.
Colored Heavy Artillery, October i, 1865.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
HART WELL, CHARLES A,

First Lieutenant.
BROWN, DERRICK.



Second Lieutenant.
FOSTER, GEORGE J.

Assistant Surgeon.
WARNER. JOHN T.



SEVENTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY.

Originally ist Regiment, Ullman's Brigade, U. S. Volunteers, March n, 1863; organized
at Port Hudson, La., September 4, 1863, as the 6th Infantry, Corps d'Afrique ; designated
this regiment, April 4, 1864; the oSth Colored Infantry consolidated with it, August I, 1865;
mustered out, January 6, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonels.

BOTSFORD, ALBAN B.
JONES, SAMUEL B.
NORTON, CHARLES L.

Captains.

ALLEN, ALBERT.
BAILEY, DANIEL W.
LOEB, ABRAHAM.

First Lieutenants.
BAKER, WILLIAM H.



BELLINGER, CHRISTOPHER.
HAIR, RICHARD M.
ROBERTS, CHARLES E.
SCHALL, WILLIAM H.

Second Lieutenants.

HAMLIN, JOHN W.
JACKSON, WILLIAM H.
NILES, JESSE YORK.
SHARPE. CHARLES W.
SKELL, CHARLES A.



SEVENTY-NINTH INFANTRY (OLD).

Organized at Port Hudson. La., August 31, 1863, as the 7th Regiment Infantry, Corps
d'Afrique; designation changed to this regiment, April 4, 1864; discontinued, July 28, 1864.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Major.
SLOCOMB, FRANK D.

First Lieutenants.
GULAGER, PHILIP D. (Adjutant).



SEAMAN, JR., TREADWELL.
STOKLEY, NOAH B.

Second Lieutenant.
FRALICK, LUTHER HYMAN.



EIGHTIETH INFANTRY.

Organized at Port Hudson, La., September r, 1863, as the 8th Infantry, Corps d'Afrique;
designated this regiment, April 4, 1864; mustered out, March I, 1867.



REGISTERS AND SKETCHES OF ORGANIZATIONS



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OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Captains.

APPLEBY, CHARLES.
ODELL, THOMAS BOICE.

First Lieutenant.
CANTRELL, JOSEPH.



Second Lieutenants.
ARNOLD, ALBERT A.
BARNES, FRANCIS G.

Surgeon.

SCOON, JAMES H.



EIGHTY-FIRST INFANTRY.

Organized at Port Hudson, La., September 2, 1863, as the 9th Infantry, Corps d'Afrique;
designated this regiment, April 4, 1864; mustered out, November 30, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Colonel.
GASKILL, CHARLES B.

Chaplain.
BARR, DAVID E.

First Lieutenants.
GARDNER, WILLIS.
GORDON, JAMES.



GRIMES, GEORGE S.
LINSON, LYMAN S.

Second Lieutenants.
POMEROY, EDWARD N.
ROMER, THOMAS.
SMITH, MORTIMER F.
TROMBLY, BRUNO.



Assistant Surgeon.
BOGARDUS, JOHN C.



EIGHTY-SECOND INFANTRY.

Organized at Port Hudson, La., September i, 1863, as the loth Infantry, Corps
d'Afrique; designated this regiment. April 4, 1864; mustered out, September 10, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Lieutenant-Colonel.
TUCKER, GEORGE.

Captains.

COOMBS, GEORGE W.
CSERMELYI, JOSEPH.
HOLDEN, JAMES M.
ROBERTS, EUGENE F.

First Lieutenants.
BENHAM, LEONARD W.



COLEMAN, GEORGE B.
FELLOWS, WILLIAM H.

Second Lieutenants.
MEAD, ALEXANDER.
MESSLER, WILLIAM P.

Surgeon.
PIERCE, CHARLES M.

Assistant Surgeon.
RANSOM, JOHN.



EIGHTY-THIRD INFANTRY.

Organized at Port Hudson, La., August 17. 1863, as the nth Regiment, Corps d'Afrique;
designation changed to above, April 4, 1864; broken up and transferred to other regiments,
July 28, 1864.



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OFFICER OF THE REGIMENT.

Second Lieutenant.
CHAMPLIN, GEORGE H.

EIGHTY-FOURTH INFANTRY

Organized at Port Hudson, La., from September 24 to October 16, 1863, as the I2th
Infantry, Corps d'Afrique; designated this regiment, April 4, 1864; the 87th Colored In-
fantry consolidated with it, August 31, 1865; mustered out, March 14, 1866.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



Major.
HANHAM, MOORE.

Captains.

BADENHAUSEN, JULIUS G.
BLISS, WILLIAM W.
BRENNAN, S. BEAUMAN.
FREDBURG, ALFRED.
FRISBIE, MILTON B.
VOSBURGH, PHILO.



First Lieutenants.

MCDONALD, JAMES.

PALMIERI, CASSELLI A. (Adjutant).
PRATT, JOSEPH.

Second Lieutenants.
AMES, WILLIAM H.
McFAUL, DANIEL F.
MUNGER, NATHAN.
VALLADE, ANTHONY D.



Assistant Surgeon.
MURRAY, HENRY A.



EIGHTY-FIFTH INFANTRY.

Organized at New Orleans, La., March n, 1864, as the I3th Infantry, Corps d'Afrique;
designation changed to above, April 4, 1864; consolidated with g/th U. S. Colored Infantry,
May 24, 1864.

OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.



FELL, ELWOOD H.



Second Lieutenants.

I QUICK, JOHN B.



EIGHTY-SIXTH INFANTRY.

Organized at New Orleans, La., from August 12 to September 3, 1863, as the I4th
Regiment Infantry, Corps d'Afrique; designation changed to this regiment, April 4, 1864;
mustered out, April 10, 1866.



Captain.
JENKINS, DAVID B.



OFFICERS OF THE REGIMENT.

Chaplain.
RIEDY, OWEN.



EIGHTY-SEVENTH INFANTRY (OLD).

Organized at New Orleans, La., from October 8 to 16, 1863, as the i6th Infantry, Corps
d'Afrique; designated this regiment, April 4, 1864: consolidated with the psth Colored In-



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