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12th TT. S. Infantry, July, 1863. Engaged at the siege of Yorktown, opera-
tions on the Ohickahomiuy, battles of Gaines' Mill, second Bull Run.
South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Rappahan-
nock Station, operations at Mine Run, and battle of the Wilderness, Ya.
Died, May 17th, 1864, of -wounds received at the battle of the Wilderness,
Virginia.



EDWARD D. WAITE.

[Bom in Nem York. — Appointed from New York.]

Military History. — Second Lieutenant 9th U. 8. Infantry, Novem-
ber, 1861. With company at the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., March
1862 to March 1863. First Lieutenant 9th U. S. Infantry, March, 1863.
Regimental Adjutant, May, 1864. Resigned the appointment of Adjutant,
June, 1865. Aide-de-Camp to General Wright, commanding the Depart-
ment of the Columbia, July, 1864. Lost at sea, by the -wreck of the
steamer "Brother Jonathan," while en route to the Headquarters, Depart-
ment of the Columbia, July, 1865.



MARK WALKER.

[Bom in PmnsyViiania. — Appointed from, Indiana.]

Military History. — Private 19th Indiana Volunteers, June, 1861.
Corporal 19th Indiana Volunteers, June, 1861. In the campaign in West-
ern Virginia. In reserve at the battle of Rich Mountain, Ya., and
engaged at the capture of the forces under the rebel General Pegram,
actions at Elk Water, Cheat Mountain, and Greenbrier River, Ya. Ser-
geant 19th Indiana Volunteers, December, 1861. First sergeant 19th In-
diana Volunteers, Jime, 1862. Engaged in the pursuit of the rebel General
Bragg through Kentucky, and Tennessee. Second Lieutenant 19th Indiana
Volunteers, November, 1862. Engaged at the battle of Stone River,
Tenn. (twice wounded). First Lieutenant 19th Indiana Volunteers, Jan-



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uary, 1863. On provost duty at Chattanooga, March to September, 1863.
Bngd,ged m the defence of Chattanooga and battle of Missionary Eidge,
Tenn. Headquarter Guard to the Headquarters Army of the Cumberland,
to July, 1864. Captain 214th Pennsylvania Volunteers, March, 1865.
At Winchester, Va., to July, 1865, Washington, D. C, to January, 1866.
Brevet Major, U. S. Volunteers, for faithful and meritorious services dur-
ing the -war. Second Lieutenant 19th U. S. Infantry, February, 1866.
First Lieutenant 19th F. S. Infantry, February, 1866. Post Adjutant
and recruiting officer, Cincinnati, Ohio, to July, 1866. At Fort Gibson,
C. N., to November, 1866. Fort Arbuckle, I. T., to July, 1867. Brevet
Captain U. S. Army, for good conduct throughout the war. At Fort
Smith, Arkansas, from July, 1867, to —

Civil History. — Merchant in Philadelphia and Indiana.



ALEXANDER H. WANDS.

[Bom in Nm York. — Appointed from New YorJc.}

Military Histoey. — First Lieutenant 18th New York Volunteers,
April, 1861. Engaged at the battle of first Bull Run, Va., siege of York-
town, action of West Poiut, battles of Gaines' MUl, Savage Station, Peach
Orchard, White-Oak Swamp, and Malvern Hill, Va. Served as an Aide-
de-Camp, Brigade Quartermaster, and Ordnance officer. Resigned from
disability arising from an injury received at Malvern HUl, Va., August,
1862. Captain and Lieutenant Colonel 113th New York Volunteers
(declined). First Lieutenant Veteran Reserve Corps, July, 1863. Acting
Assistant Adjutant-General to the Provost-Marshal-General, New York
City, to July, 1864. Acting Assistant Quartermaster, Baltimore, Md., to
November, 1864. Captain Veteran Reserve Corps, July, 1864. Acting Judge
Advocate on the staff of the Military Governor of Washiagton, D. C.,
January, 1865, to April, 1866. Brevet Major U. S. Volunteers, for
gallant and meritorious services at the battle of Gaines' Mill, Va. Brevet
Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious
services at the battle of Malvern HiU, Va. Second Lieutenant 18th IJ.
S. Infantry, March, 1866. Joined regiment at Fort Philip Kearney,
July, 1866. Regimental Quartermaster and Acting Adjutant to February,
1867. First Lieutenant 18th TJ. S. Infantry, July, 1866. Transferred
to the 36th TJ. S. Infantry by the re-organization of the army. Regi-
mental Quartermaster, March, 1867. Engaged while in the 18th U. S.
Infantry against hostile Indians (wounded), near Fort Kearney, Dakotah
Territoi-y. Acting Assistant Quartermaster, Fort Sanders, Dakotah Terri-
tory, from — to — ■ •



DELOS A. WARD.

[Bom in Sew York.— Appointed from. Wisconsin.]

Military History. — Private 1st Wisconsin Volunteers, April, 1861,
and engaged at the action of Falling Waters, W. Va. Regimental
Commissary Sergeant, 14th Wisconsin Volunteers, November, 1861,
and engaged at the battle of ShUoh. Second Lieutenant 14th Wisconsin



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Volunteers, April, 1862, and engaged at the battles of luka and Corinth
(wounded). Captain Mth Wisconsin Volunteers, October, 1863, and
engaged at the action of Hatohie, Grant's advances on Vicksbufg, action
of Grand Gulf, battles of Port Gibson, Raymond, Champion Hill, Jack-
son, Black Eiver, and siege and assault of Vicksburg, Miss. Resigned,
August, 1863. Captain 65th U. S. Colored Troops, January, 1864.
Acting Assistant Quartermaster in Louisiana. Transferred ' to the 55th
U. S. Colored Troops. Captain 39th U. S. Infantry, _ July, 1866.
On recruiting duty to April, 1867. Commanding post of Ship Island,
Miss., to September, 1867. Acting Assistant Inspector-General on the
staff of General Mower and Assistant Commissioner, Bureau Refugees,
Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, New Orleans, La., from — to —



HENRY C. WARD.

[Bom in Massao7msetts. — Appointed from MassaeJmsetts.]

Military History. — Private 15th Massachusetts Volunteers, August,
1861. Engaged at the action of Ball's Bluff, Va. Sergeant Major 15th
Massachusetts Volunteers, October, 1862. Second Lieutenant 15th
Massachusetts Volunteers, April, 1863. Engaged at the siege of York-
town, action of West Point, battles of Fair Oaks, Seven Days' Fight, Va.,
battles of Antietam, Md. (wounded), and Gettysburg, Penn. Resigned,
September, 1863. First Lieutenant 57th Massachusetts Volunteers, Sep-
tember, 1863. Captain 57th Massachusetts Volunteers, July, 1864. En-
gaged at the battles of the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, North Anna^ Cold
Harbor, Petersburg, Weldon Railroad, Poplar Spring Church, and Hatch-
er's Run, Va. (taken prisoner by the rebels, and confined in Libby Prison,
March 30th to April 8th, 1865.) Second Lieutenant 11th U. S. Infantry,
February, 1868. First Lieutenant llth U. S. Infantry, February, 1868.
Brevet Captain TJ. S. Army, for gallant and meritorious services in action
at Fort Steadman, Virginia. In Richmond, Va., from — to —



LUCIUS H. WARREN.

[Bom in Massachusetts. — Appointed from Mctssachiiseiis.'i

MiLiTABY History. — Private 32d Massachusetts Volunteers, July,
1862. Second Lieutenant 32d Massachusetts Volunteers, July, 1862.
First Lieutenant 32d Massachusetts Volunteers, December, 1862. En-
gaged at the battles of second Bull Run, Chantilly, Antietam, Fredericks-
burg, Ohancellorsville, Va., (wounded), and Gettysburg, Penn. Judge-
Advocate, 1st Division, 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac. Major 38th
U. S. Colored Volunteers, March, 1864. Commanding regiment before
Petersburg and Richmond, Va. Engaged at the siege of Petersburg
(wounded), Explosion of the Mine, action of Newmarket Heights, and
the occupation of Richmond, Va. Commanding a brigade in the 18th
and 25th Corps, Army of the James. Lieutenant-Colonel 38th U. S.
Colored Troops, March, 1865. With the 25th Corps in Texas, from June,
1865, to 1867. Brevet Colonel and Brigadier-General U. S. Volunteers,
for gallant and meritorious services during the war. First Lieutenant



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39tli TJ. S. Infantry, July, 1866. Captain 39tli U. S. Infantry, July,
1867. Brevet Major and Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. Army, for gallant
and meritorious services ia the siege of Petersburg, Va. Acting Assistant
Adjutant-General, District of Louisiana, New Orleans, La., from — to —

Civil History. — Graduate of Princeton College, 1860. Graduate of
Harvard Law School, 1862. Degree of L. L. B. conferred. Profession,
Lawyer.



CHARLES H. WARRENS.

\Bom in Prussia. — Appointed from Missouri.']

MiLiTAEY HiSTOBY. — Pirst Lieutenant 4th Missouri Volunteers, May,
1861. At Bird's Point, Mo., Cairo, 111., and in pursuit of rebels up the
North Missouri Railroad. First Lieutenant regiment of Engineers and

'Mechanics, August to November, 1861 (not mustered). Provost Marshal,
St. Louis Arsenal, Mo., and Assistant Provost Marshal, at Otterville, Mo.
Captain 5th Missouri Cavalry, June, 1862. Major 5th Missouri Cavalry,
July, 1862. Resigned, October, 1862. Captain 29th Missouri Volunteers,
October, 1862. Engaiged in the assault of Vicksburg, and Chickasaw Bluff
(wounded), and in the siege of Vicksburg, Miss., to June, 1863. Resigned,
June, 1863, on account of disability arising from wounds received. Captain
2d Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps, September, 1863. At Detroit Mich.,
to June, 1865. Acting Assistant Inspector-General, District of Michigan,
to January, 1866. On duty in the Freedinen's Bureau, Newport News,
Va.,to October, 1866. Second Lieutenant 18th U. S. Infantry, May, 1866.

. At Fort Sanders, D. T., December, 1866, to February, 1867. Transferred
to the 27th U. S. Infantry by the re-organization of the army. First
Lieutenant 27th U. 8. Infantry, January, 1867. At Fort McPherson, Neb.,
to May, 1867. En route with recruits to Fort Philip Kearney, D. T., to
July, 1867. Regimental Quartermaster, July, 18.67. Post Commissary of
Subsistence, to December, .1867, and Post Quartermaster, to August, 1868.
En route to Fort D. A. Russell, D. T., and North Platte Station, Neb. En-
gaged in an expedition against hostile Indians, from September, 1868, to —



EDWARD C. WASHINGTON.
[Bm-n in Virginia. — Appointed from Texas.'\
MiLiTABY HiSTOEY. — Captaiu 13th U. S. Infantry, May, 1861. On
recraiting duty at Dubuque, Iowa, July, 1861, to March, 1862. Com-
ma.T1f^iT1g company in the field to Angust, 1862. Mustering and disbursing
officer, Sprin^eld, 111., to February, 1863. Commanding company in the
field, to May, 1863. Died, May 2, 1863, of wotmds received at the
battle of Walnut Hills, near Vicksburg, Miss.



JOSEPH G. WATERS.
[Born in Kentucky. — Appointed from lUinois.}
MiLiTAKY HiSTOEY. — Private 84th Illinois Volunteers, and engaged
at the battles of Perry viUe and Stone Biiver (wounded). First Lieutenant



488 MILITAIiT BECORD.

84tli Illinois Volunteers, April, 1863, and engaged at the battles of
Chickamauga, Lookout Monntaia, Missionary Ridge, actions of Eing-
gold, Dalton, battle of Eesacca, action of Buzzard's Boost, battles of
Kenesaw Mountain, Dallas, New Hope Cburcli, action of Vining's Station,
siege of Atlanta, battles of Lovejoy's Station, Jonesboro, Franklin (severely
v/ounded), Nashville, Tenn. (arna broken), and action of Ashville, N. C.
Second Lieutenant 15th U. S. Infantry, February, 1866. First Lieutenant
15th U. S. Infantry, November, 1866. Transferred to the 33d U. S.
Infantry by the re-organization of the army. Brevet Captain U. S. Army,
for gallant conduct at the battle of Franklin, Tenn. At the post of Mont-
gomery, Ala., and DaUonega, 6a., from — to —



LOUIS D. WATKINS.

[Bom in Florida. — Appointed from Distriet of GohmMa.\

MiLiTABY History. — First Lieutenant 14th U. S. Infantry, May,
1861. Transferred to the 2d TJ. S. Cavalry (afterwards 5th), May,
1861. Engaged with regiment in McClellan's Peninsular campaign, beiag
severely wounded at the battle of Gaines' Mill, Va. Captain 5th U. S.
Cavalry, July, 1862. Mustering and disbursing duty, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Aide-de-Camp on staff of General A. J. Smith during the invasion of
Kentucky by the rebels. Chief of Cavalry, Army of Kentucky. Engaged
in General Carter's raid to East Tennessee, December, 1862. Colonel 6th
Kentucky Cavalry, January, 1863. On staff of General Granger at
FrankUn, Tenn., and engaged in skirmishes against the rebels in
Tennessee. Commanding brigade in the defeat of the rebel General Whar-
ton. Commanding 3d Brigade, 1st Division, Army of the Cumberland, to
September, 1863. Guarding the railroad in the Atlanta campaign. De-
feating rebels at the battle of Lafayette, Ga. Engaged in holding Eesacca
against the rebel General Hood, and with the Army of the Tennessee, in
the pursuit of the rebel General Hood. In pursuit of the rebel General
Lyon, in Kentucky, and Commanding 1st Division Cavalry Corps, in the
pursuit of the rebel General Hood, from Nashville, Tenn. Commanding
post of Louisville, Ky. Brevet Brigadier-General U. S. "Volunteers, for
gallant and distinguished conduct in the repulse and defeat of the enemy
at Lafayette, Ga. Brigadier-General U. S. Volunteers, Sept. 1865. Brevet
Major U. S. Army, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the defence
of Eesacca, Ga. Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. Army, for gallant and
meritorious services at the battles of Lafayette, Ga., and Thompson's Station,
Tenn. Brevet Colonel and Brigadier-General U. S. Army, for gallant and
meritorious services in the expedition to East Tennessee under General
Carter. Lieutenant-Colonel 20th U. S. Infantry, July, 1866. At the posts
of Baton Eouge and New Orleans, La., to March, 1868. Died at New
Orleans, La., March 29, 1868.



HANSON WEAVEE.

[Born in Pennsylvania. — Appointed from District of Columbia.]

Military History.- — Second-Lieutenant 8th U. S. Infantry, June, 1861.
At Fort Hamilton, New- York Harbor, to October, 1861. On recruiting,
duty, to March, 1862. At Fort Columbus, New-York Harbor, to AprU,



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1863. Joined company in front of Fredericksburg, Va., April, 1863. First
Lieutenant 8th U. S. Infantry, February, 1863. Witli regiment in the
field to July, 1863. Engaged in suppressing the New- York riots. Com-
manding regiment part .of the summer of 1864. On mustering duty, New-
York City. Joined regiment in Baltimore, Md., May, 1865. Commissary
of prisoners. Middle Military Department, Baltimore, Md., winter of 1865.
Resigned, January, 1866.



STANTON WEAVER.

\Bom in Ohio. — Appointed from OJiio.]

Military History. — ^ Private 3d Kansas Volunteers, July, 1861, to
May, 1862. Private 104th Ohio Volunteers, August, 1862. First Ser-
,geant 104th Ohio Volunteers. Second Lieutenant 104th Ohio Volunteers,
February, 1863. First Lieutenant 104th Ohio Volunteers, June, 1863.
At KnoxviUe, Tenn., during the siege at that place, and engaged at the
capture of Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Captain 1st Missouri Volunteers,
January, 1864. In Texas. Second Lieutenant 11th U. S. Infantry, April,
1866. First Lieutenant 11th U. S. Infantry, December, 1866. Transferred
to the 20th U. S. Infantry by the re-organization of the army. In the
Department of the Gulf, from — to —



ROBERT "W". WEBB.

[Bom in Asia. — Appointed from New Torh}

MiLiTABY History. — Private 147th New- York Volunteers, August,
1862, to March, 1864. Engaged at the battles of Fredericksburg, Gettys-
burg, and Chancellorsville. Second Lieutenant 32d U. S. Colored Troops,
February, 1864. Engaged at the action of Honey Hill, S. C. Second
Lieutenant 40th U. S. Infantry, March, 1867. Brevet First Lieutenant
TJ. S. Army, for gallant and meritorious services during the war. At Fort
Hatteras, N. C, from — to —



WILLIAM G. WEDEMEYER.

[Bo7^ in Germany. — Appointed from the Arm/y.J

Military History. — Private 16th U.*S. Infantry, November, 1861,
Sergeant 16th U. S. Infantry, December, 1861, and engaged at the siege of
Coriath. Sergeant Major 16th IT. S. Infantry (1st Battalion), July, 1862.
Second Lieutenant 16th U. S. Infantry, August, 1862, and engaged at the
battle of Stone River (wounded). First Lieutenant 16th TJ. S. Infantry,
February, 1863. Commanding Provost Guard, 1st Division, 14th Corps,
April to October, 1863. Engaged at the battle of Chickamauga, Ga.
Assistant Commissary of Musters, Department of the Cumberland, to
September, 1864. Commissary of Musters, 3d Cavalry Division,, to
AugX]st,.1865, and Engaged in Sherman's march to the sea. At Madison
Barracks, N. Y., to September, 1865. At Fort Ontario,, N. Y., to Decem-
ber, 1865. Captain 16th U. S. Infantry, November, 1865. At Nashville,
Tenn. Transferred to the 34th TJ. S. Infantry by the re-organization of



490 MILITARY BEOOBD.

the army. Brevet Captain U. S. Army, for gallant and meritorious ser-
vices during tte war. In Mississippi, from — to —



CHARLES F. WELD.

[Born in Connecticut. — Appointed from Connecticut.']

Military History. — First Lieutenant ITth U. S. Infantry, May, 1861.
On recruiting service, to spring of 1863. Joined regiment in the Army of
the Potomac, and engaged at the battle of Chancellorsville, Va. (-wounded).
Brevet Captain U. S. Army, for gallant and meritorious services at the
battle of Ghaneeliorsville, Va. Died at Potomac Creek Hospital, of wounds
received at the battle of Chancellorsville, Ya., May 14th, 1863.



SETH WELDY.

[Bom in Ohio, — Appointed from the Army.]

MiLiTAEY HiSTOBY. — Private 18th U. S. Infantry, August, 1861. First
Sergeant 18th U. S. Infantry, August, 1861. Engaged at the action of
Mill Springs, Ky. Second Lieutenant 1st U. S. Infantry, May, 1862. With
the 18th 17. S. Infantry, and engaged at the siege of Corinth, Miss. Joined
the 1st U. S. Infantry, September, 1862. Commissary of Musters, 4th
Division, 13th Corps. Engaged in the campaign against Jackson, Miss.
Judge- Advocate, General Court Martial, New Orleans, La., December, 1863,
to January, 1865. First Lieutenant 1st U. S. Infantry, May, 1864. Acting
Judge-Advocate, Department of the Gulf, September to December, 1866.
Captain 23d TJ. S. Infantry, July, 1866. Served in California, Oregon,
and Idaho. At the post of Bois6 City, I. T., from — to —



WILLIAM WELSH.

[Bom in PemmyVeainia,. — Appointed from Ohio.'\

Military History. — Private 4th Ohio Volunteers, AprU, 1861. Cor-
poral 4th Ohio Volunteers, April, 1861. First Sergeant 4th Ohio Volun-
teers, Jime, 1861. Second Lieutenant 65th Ohio Volunteers, October, 1861
(declined). Second Lieutenant 4th Ohio Volunteers, Jime, 1862. First
Lieutenant 4th Ohio Volunteers, December, 1862, and engaged at the
actions of Rich Mountain, Winchester, Cross Keyes, Front Royal, Rom-
ney, battles of second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and in
General Grant's campaign of the Army of the Potomac, to November, 1864.
Captain U. S. Colored Troops, December, 1863. Major TJ. S." Colored
Troops, March, 1865. Lieutenant-Colonel TJ. S. Colored Troops, June,
1866. With the Army of the James before Richmond, Va., to May, 1865.
En route to Texas, to June, 1865. In Texas, to January, 1867. Brevet
iColonel and Brigadier-General TJ. S. Volunteers, for gallant and merito-
rious conduct during the war, especially in the defence of the picket



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line m front of Bermuda Hundred, Va. Captain 40t]i F. S. Infantry,
January, 1867. Brevet Major U. S. Army, for gallant and meritorious
services at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va. Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel
XJ. S. Army, for gallant and meritorious services at the battle of Gettysburg,
Penn. At Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, S. C, from — to —



THOMAS. M. "WENIE.
IBom in New York. — Appointed frmn New Tork.]
Military History. — First Lieutenant 2d Delaware Volunteers, June,
1861. Captain 2d Delaware Volunteers, April, 1862. With 2d Corps
Army of the Potomac, to December, 1862, when he was severely wounded
at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va. With regiment, February to March
1863. Left field on account of disability arising from wounds, May, 1863.
Assistant to the Military Commander, District of Delaware, April, 1863,
to .June, 1864. Commissary of Prisoners of War, Fort Delaware, Del., to
August, 1864. Acting Provost-Marshal, District of Delaware, to Septem-
ber, 1864. Captain 1st Delaware Volunteers, September, 1864. Acting
Provost-Marshal, District of Delaware and Eastern shore of Maryland, to
July, 1865. Captain 4th Regiment U. S. Veteran Volunteers, September,
1865. At Louisville, Ky., to May, 1866. Second Lieutenant 28th U. S.
Infantry, March, 1867. At*the post of Washington, Ark., from August,
1867, to — , and Acting Commissary of Subsistence and Assistant Quarter-
master of Post, from May, 1868, to —



HENRY W. WES8ELS, Je.

[Born in New York. — Appointed from the Arm;/.} ^

Military History. — Midshipman U. S. Navy, September, 1862. Re-
signed, November, 1864. Private 7th TJ. S. Infantry, March, 1865. Ser-
geant 7th TJ. S. Infantry, March, 1865. Second Lieutenant 7th TJ. S. In-
fantry, July, 1865. First Lieutenant 7th TJ. S. Infantry, July, 1865. At
Fort Brooke, Fla., from ^ to —



HENRY W. WHARTON.

[Bom in JXatrict of CdhimMa. — Appointed from Alabama.]

Military History. — Second Lieutenant 6th TJ. S. Infantry, October,
1837. Assistant Commissary of Subsistence, July, 1838. First Lieutenant
6th TJ. S. Infantry, August, 1838. Captain 6th TJ. S. Infantry, February,
1847. On duty at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., Fort Smith, Ark., Fort Gib-
son, I. T., Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Fort Kearney, Neb., and in Philadel-
phia, Penn. Major 9th TJ. S. Infantfy, September, 1861. Colonel 2d
Delaware Voltinteers, 1861 to October, 1862. Engaged in the Peninsular
campaign of the Army of the Potomac. Recruiting and disbursing duty,
Baltimore, Md., from 1863 to 1868. Retired, December, 1863, for inca-
pacity resulting from long and faithful service, from disease contracted, or
from exposure in the line of duty, in conformity with an Act of Congress
of August 3, 1861. Died at Baltimore, Md., March 23, 1868.



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CHARLES WHEATOK
[Bom in Blwde Idand. — Appointed from Ehode Island.']

Military History. — First Lieutenant and Adjutant 2d Massachusetts
Volunteers, May, 1861. ' Engaged at the actions of Ball's Bluff, Edward's
Ferry, Winchester, Newtown, Bratonsville, Eemstown, and Winchester,
Va. Captain and Assistant Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers,
July, 1862. Engaged at the battles of Cedar Mountain, Rappahanock
Station, South Mountain, Antietam, and Chancellorsville. Inspector of
Subsistence, Department of the South, August, 1863, to February, 1864.
Chief Commissary of Subsistence in the field and Aide-de-Camp to Gene-
ral Seymour in the Florida campaign, and engaged at the battle of Olustee,
and action of Bang's Boad, Fla. Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Army
of the James, July, 1864, to January, 1865, and engaged in the attack on
Fort Darling, actions of Deep Bottom, Laurel Hill, Fort Harrison, New-
market Heights, siege of Petersburg and Richmond, and occupation of
Richmond, Va. Chief Commissary of Subsistence 25th Corps, and Dis-
trict of Rio Grande, Tex. Brevet Major U. S. Volunteers, for merito-
rious services in his Department during the war. Brevet Lieutenant-
Colonel and Colonel U. S. Volunteers, for faithful and meritorious services
in the Subsistence Department. Captain 33d U. S. Infantry, July, 1867.
Joined regiment, September, 1867. ,

Civil History. — Comptroller General and Secretary for the State
of Georgia, MiUedgeville, Ga., from — to —



FRANK WHEATON.

[Bom in Bhode Island. — Appointed from, Wu>de Islomd-I

Military History. — First Lieutenant 1st TJ. S. Cavalry, March, 1855.
At Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Mo., November, 1855. Fort Leaven-
"vrorth, Kan., and in quelling Kansas border troubles, to August, 1856.
Escorting Sioux captive chiefs to Fort Kearney, Neb., August, 1855, and
engaged in action with the Cheyenne Indians on Wood River, near Fort
Kearney. At Fort Leavenworth, Kan., November, 1856. On regimental
recruiting service, to February, J857: Fort Leavenworth, Kan., to May,
1857. Adjutant, Quartermaster, and Commissary of Subsistence on the
staff of Major Sedgwick, commanding centre column Cheyenne expedi-
tion, to July, 1857. Regimental Quartermaster aad Aide-de-Camp to
Colonel Sumner, commanding the expedition, and engaged at the actions of
Solomon s Fork, and near Grand Saline. At Fort Leavenworth, Kan., to
November, 1857. Aide-de-Camp to General Smith, commanding Depart-
ment of the West, and at Washington, D. C, Philadelphia, Penn., St. Louis,
Mo., and while organizing the Utah expedition, at Fort Leavenworth,
Kan., till his death. May, 1858. Aide-de-Camp to General Harney, com-
manding Utah expedition, to August, 1858. With regiment en route to
Council Grove, I, T. Adjutant and Quartermaster for Major Emory, en
route to Fort Gibson, C. N., and in the protection of Fort Arbuckle, C. N.
Scouting duty, on survey of the Military Reservation of Fort Arbuckle and
establishment of Fort Cobb, I. T., to April, 1860. On general recruiting



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