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FROM ITS FIRST ORGANIZATION TO ITS FINAL MUSTER OUT.



BY HERMANN EVERTS.



NEWARK, N. J. .
A. STEPHEN HOLBROOK, PRINTER.



No. 3 Mechanic Street.



1865.




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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1865, by

EVEETS & RENNIG,

In the Clerk's Office of the District of New Jersey.



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In presenting the following history to the members and friends
of the Regiment, and the public generally, the Author would state
that the utmost accuracy has been observed in relation to marches,
scouts, skirmishes, and camp life ; the names of men and ofBcers
with remarks, and the list of diseases, have been taken from com-
pany-rolls, regimental and medical records, and the greatest care
and fidelity paid thereto.

The history comprises the name, place of birth, year of enlist-
ment, and date of re-enlistment of every man who has ever been
connected with the regiment ; the location and nature of wounds ;
when and where received ; when, where, and why discharged ;
date, place, and cause of death ; place of burial ; promotion and
resignation-table of officers, with full remarks ; mile-table, giving
distances traveled by water, railroad, and marches ; consolidated
table of all additional changes and transfers to and from the
regiment ; tabular list of diseases, with general summary thereto ;
sketches of the lives of Gen. Heckmann and Col. Zabriskie;
every day's occurrences ; interesting reminiscences ; humorous anec-
dotes ; regimental and general orders of interest and importance,
together with mwch information of interest to the general reader.

The writer takes this opportunity to express his sincere grati-
tude to all officers and men who have either contributed towards
his work, or assisted him in any information wanted.



Jfirst llegimental Poster at %xmtm, l^tto lerseg,

October 8th, 1861.

FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS.
JOSEPH WARNER ALLEN, - - Colonel.

. C. A. HECKMANN, Major.

F. W. WELLER, Surgeon.

LOUIS BRAUN, - - - Assistant Surgeon.
ABRAM ZABRISKIE, - - - - Adjutant.
SAMUEL KEYES, - - - Quartermaster,
THOMAS DRUMM, . . . . Chaplain.

NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF.

ARMSTEADT GULICK, - Sergeant Major.

JOHN W. LEWIS, - - Hospital Steward.
JOHN BAMFORD, - Quartermaster Sergeant.
SHMIDT BILDERBECK, - Commissary Sergeant.

First Roll shows aggregate of 1142 : twelve Companies, from A
to M, inclusive, encamped at Camp Olden, near Trenton, N. J.



Company A.



Hermann Ruinipf, Captain.
Charles Hayes, 1st Lieut. Philip Spear, 2d Lieut.

Enlisted Men.

Friedrich Felger, discharged for promotion, Oct. 25, 1861.

E. Willburn, " " " Dec. 5, 1861.
George Muller, " " " June 24, 1862.
James Hand, Rah way, N. J., disch. at Camp Olden, befing under age.
Peter Hermes, disch. at Camp Olden, for wounds received previous

to enlistment.
John Pelar, John Heidecker, William Musket, John Lauterbach,

John Ernst, A. Muttenzee, deserted before leaving Camp

Olden, 1861.
William Geist, Thomas Braun, Friedr. Rappa, Chr. Fuchs, F.

Eberle, were left behind at Washington, D. C, 1861.
Peterman, deserted at Annapolis, Md., 1861.

F. Muller, Newark, N. J., wounded in both legs at Roanoke Island,

February 8, 1862 ; legs amputated ; died at Roanoke.
John Eckel, wounded at Roanoke Island, February 8, 1862 ; died

at Roanoke.
A. Meiss, died at Roanoke, March 16, 1862 ; typhoid fever.
John Scheriff, died on board hospital-boat, near NeAvbern, March,

1862.
Henry Weitzell, killed in action near Newbern, March 14, 1862.
William Muller, wounded at Newbern, N. C, March 14, 18G2 ; died

of wounds received, March 19, 1862.
F. Tuschmann, wounded at Newbern, March 14, 1862; died of

wounds received, when home on furlough.
John Konig, discharged at Newbern.

C. Heinrich, H. Daring, deserted at Newport Barracks, N. C, 1862.

D. Knobble, M. Scheill, F. Schultz, S. Stout, H. Fricke, T. Bau-

mann, A. Hannapal, discharged at Newport Barracks, N. C,

for general disability and rheumatism.
L. Kumps, P. Gassen, C. Goss, Hockenjoss, C. Jordan, Wm.

Kuhn, John Frank, B. Nittinger, J. Spitznagle, F. Kroter, A.

Kummich, Grauss and Young, discharged at Morehead City,

1862, for general disability.
John Eckert, discharged at Washington, D. C, 1862, for general

disability.

Remauks.— The old companies A. and L. were consolidated into the other ten companies, in
November, 1862. The names of men so transferred are marked either A. or L.

If the statements of the above are not entirely correct, it will bo attributed that tte old
company records have been partly lost in action at Roanoke and Newbern.



Company B.



Cornelius Castner, Captain.
H. Barthelmew, 1st. Lieut. C. H. Sofield, 2d Lieut.

Enlisted Men.

Philipp Acker, Middlesex, N. J., wounded at Newbern, March 14,
1862; discliarged at Newark, N. J., September 6, 1862.

C. S. Abrams, Greene Co., N. T., bad a furlougb ; sent in a certifi-

cate as being under age and deranged, and was discharged.

Thomas Burnett, Ireland, discharged for promotion, June 11, 1862.

John Butterworth, England, discharged at Newbern, May 30, 1863 ;
hjEmophitis.

Thomas Buckley, England, discharged at Morehead City, November
6, 1862; dropsy.

John F. Benjamin, Suffolk, N. Y., discharged at Morehead City,
November 19, 1862 ; disease of the heart.

Phineas Bloodgood, Middlesex, N. J., accidentally wounded ; dis-
charged, Morehead City, October 23, 1862.

Henry Breece, Middlesex, N. J., discharged at Morehead City,
November 18, 1863 ; mephritis.

William B. Boudinot, New Brunswick, N. J., discharged at Camp
Olden, November 2, 1861 ; hemorrhoids.

E. J. Boream, Washington, N. J., discharged at Camp Olden, No-
vember 1, 1861; rheumatism.

D. C. Bradford, Middlesex, N. J., taken prisoner while on picket,

April 7, 1862 ; exchanged, returned to regiment, and deserted.
Thomas Birney, Ireland, wounded in knee at Newbern, March 14,

1862, deserted while home on furlough, February, 1864.
John H. Caster, Monmouth, N. J., discharged at Newbern, May 30,

1863; rheumatism.
Edward Cury, England, received a furlough at Newbern hospital,

and deserted at New Brunswick, N. J., November 5, 1863.
C. A. Coburn, Middlesex, N. J., deserted April, 1863 ; was arrested

27th of July, 1864, and confined in Fort Columbus.

Deserted at Camp Olden, 1861.
Wm. Collins, New Brunswick. William Sharlow.
M. Daily, Waterford, Ireland. Isl. Houton.
G, Demot. John Vanderwater.

P. H. Munslow, England. C. Irwin King.

M. Jackson. Wm. H. Newman, Hudson.



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Discharged at expiration of time of service, at Trenton, N. J.,
December 7, 1864.

James Crawford, Union. John H. Shraidt, Hunterdon.

D, W. D. Gray, Somerset. James McClay, Philadelphia.

B. V. Nevius, " F. Cahill, Ireland.

John Clerkin, Middlesex. John Sheehan, Ireland.

D. Haggerty, " Peter Lawless, "

R. VanderhoflP, " H. Headley, England.

R. N. Gould, Suffolk. John Myers, Hungary.

D. Cosgrove, Ireland, Theodore De Hart, Union, Th. V. Hughes,

Middlesex, taken prisoners while on picket near Newport Bar-
racks, N. C, April 7, 1862 ; returned when the regiment
returned from South Carolina, and discharged at the expira-
tion of time of service, December 7, 1864.

James Dunham, Middlesex, N, J., discharged at Carolina City, ]\ray
28, 1863 ; hemorrhoids.

H. M. Danberry, Hunterdon, wounded in left leg, at Newbern,
March 14, 1862, and discharged when home on furlough,
October 18, 1862.

William Danberry, Middlesex, discharged at Annapolis, December
28, 1861.

Edwin Dow, Suffolk, N. J., discharged at Newport Barracks, Aug.
4, 1862 ; general disability.

Isaac Dye, New Brunswick, transferred to 4th Reg't New Jersey
Vols., for insubordination, October 21, 1861, at Camp Olden.

Ferdinand Distrow, New York, wounded in arm, at Roanoke, Feb-
ruary 8, 1862 ; arm amputated ; died at Roanoke hospital,
March 19, 1862.

John Dadey, New York, missing at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, '64.

Joseph Fowler, Middlesex, discharged November 22, 1863, at New-
bern ; disability.

Isaac L. Jordan, Suffolk, discharged at Morehead City, Nov 6, '62 ;
disability.

Ethelbert Hubbs, New York, discharged for promotion, Dec. 29, '^02.

J. Hoffmann, Germany, transferred from Company A ; discharged
at Newbern, May 12, 1863 ; disability.

E, M. Hayes, Middlesex, N. J., drowned while home on furlough,

October 10, 1863, at the foot of Barclay street. New York.

C. Irwin, England, discharged at Newbern, June 23, 1862 ; dis-

ability.

D. G. Knowles, Beaver Co., Pa., discharged at Newbern, June 23,

1862 ; disability.

James Loughlin, Kings Co., New York, wounded in head, at White-
hall, December 16, 1862 ; re-enlisted November 26, 1863; dis-
charged for promotion, March 14, 1864.

W. W. Labone, Middlesex, N. J., wounded; lost for3-finger right
hand, at Roanoke, February 8, 1862 ; discharged at Morehead
City, November 18, 1862.



John Lawrence, Germany, discharged at Beaufort, N. C, October
22, 1862; disability.

P. Lalley, Galloway, discharged at Newbern, March 1, 1863 ; vari-
cose veins of legs.

C. DL. oper, Suffolk, New York, died at Newbern, Aug. 19, 1863 ;

typhoid fever.

James Murphy, Wexford, taken prisoner while on picket, 1862 ;
exchanged, went home on furlough, and deserted.

Martin Moore, Ireland, wounded in the leg at Newbern, March 14,
1862 ; leg amputated ; died at Newbern hospital.

S. Nicolas, Suffolk, N. Y., discharged November 22, 1862 ; dis-
ability.

John L. Pierson, Union, discharged at St. Helena Island, March
28, 1863 ; disability.

J. R. Penny, Suffolk, N. Y., discharged at Newbern, May 7, 1863 ;
disability.

J. Reynolds, Ireland, discharged at Morehead City, November 18,
1862 ; deafness.

Christian Reiss, Monrovia, accidentally shot at Williamston, N. C,
November 3, 1862 : buried at Plymouth, N. C.

E. Roe, Ireland, died on transport Cossack, on the passage from
Roanoke to Newbern, April 18, 1862 ; consumption.

Bergeu Silcox, Somerset, wounded in the mouth at Kinston, Dec.
14, 1862 ; discharged at Newport News, Va., Nov. 19, 1863.

Benjamin Selah, Suffolk, N. Y., deserted at Newbern, Dec, 1863.

Yoakim Skillmann, Kingston, deserted at Annapolis, Md., January
7, 1862 ; was arrested and returned to the regiment, Aug. '64.

Henry Tutenberg, Germany, taken prisoner while on picket, at
Newport Barracks, April 7, 1862 ; returned and deserted.

W. W. Sweesy, Suffolk, wounded in body while on picket, at New-
port Barracks, April 7, 1862 ; discharged at expiration of ser-
vice, December 7, 1864.

D. C. Voorhees, Middlesex, discharged at Newbern, June 23, '62 ;

Thos. Egan, Ireland, E. F. Roscomon, Ireland, Peter Sherry,
Ireland, disability.

Re- Enlisted Novemher 26, 1864.

John Bennett, Union, discharged for promotion, April 26, 1865.
Jacob Bonnett, Pennyslvania, died at Chesapeake hospital, June 17,

1864; disease, cerebritis.
0. Dennis, Suffolk, New York, killed ; ball entered neck, cutting

jugular vein — exit throat, before Petersburg, Va., July 10, '64.
James Van Buskirk, Hudson, and R. H. White, Suffolk, N. Y.,

went as scouts when in front of Petersburg, Va., May 22, '64,

by order of Major-General Smith ; they were taken prisoners ;

returned March, 1865.
William Cisko, Warren, N, J., wounded in breast, Minnie, at Drury's

Bluff, May 15, 1864 ; dropped on Co. roll as killed in action.



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William Johnson, Mercer, N. J., wounded, slight, Cold Harbor,

July 10, 1864.
E. F. Bond. E. Hall, England.

D. Dennis, Suffolk, New York. William H. Moore, New York.
G. W. Church, Middlesex. Peter Meagher, Ireland.

J. Danberry, Hunterdon.

Re-Enlisted December 20, 1863.

Abrara Doch, Monmouth, wounded in leg at Young's Cross Roads,
July 27, 1863.

William Morris, Virginia, taken prisoner while on picket at New-
port Barracks, April 7, '62 ; returned ; deserted at New York,
February 8, '63 ; was arrested ; came back to company May
20, '63; wounded in left arm, April 7, '0)2, when on picket;
again in left toe and right side, July 6, '63, and again at Drury's
Bluff, May 16, '64.

Charles Hild, Germany, transferred from Co. A.

A. Hunt, Middlesex, N. J.

Re-Enlisted January 18, 1864.
M. C. Blackney, New York, taken prisoner while on picket at New-
port Barracks, N. C, April 7, 1862 ; returned when regiment

returned from South Carolina.
S. B. Strong, Suffolk, N. Y., missing at Drury's Bluff, May 16,

1864, never heard from, and reported as killed in action.
C. Bough, Germany, missing at Drury's Bluff, May 16, 1864.
J. B. Gibuey, Ireland, deserted April 20, 1864.(?)
S. R. Hubbart, Suffolk, N. Y., wounded in finger of right hand, at

Wise's Fork, March 8, 1865.
Joseph Haas, Swiss, transferred from Co. A; wounded in right

hand and left leg, before Petersburg, July 30, 1864.
Thomas B. Moore, Middlesex, missing. May 16, 1864, at Drury's

Bluff; never heard from, and reported as killed in action.
Y. S. Tayne, Suffolk, N. Y., wounded in back at Wise's Fork,

March 8, 1865.
J. C. Youngs, Hunterdon, wounded in left arm at Gardener's Bridge,

December 8, 1864.
A. Streit, Germany, transferred from Co. A ; wounded, contusion of

left leg, at Wise's Fork, March 8, 1865.
John Scheibele, Germany, transferred from Co. A ; wounded at

Drury's Bluff, May 16, 1864, died at Whitehall hospital. Pa.,

January 21, 1865.

Transferred from, Company A.
James Prall, Middlesex. William Lair, Hunterdon.

J. B. Bender, Somerset. Wm. H. Strycker, Hunterdon.

Isaac Dock, " ' William Rule, New York.

John Lowton, London. John Hoff", Germany.

F. Hague, Bohemia.



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Recruits received 1862.

R. C. Cogau, Newark, discharged for promotion, Sept. 29, 1864.

M. G-arabrant, ♦' wounded ; contusion of right thigh, at Cold
Harbor, Va., June 3, 1864; mustered out, June 14, 1865.

Levi Bolton, Pa., discharged at Newport News, Va., November 19,
1863; rheumatism.

Thomas J. Putnam, Newark, wounded in left shoulder-blade, pene-
trating lung ; died at field-hospital before Petersburg, July
14, 1864.

John Logas, Hanover, wounded at Port Walthall, May 7, 1864;
mustered out June 14, 1865.

J. J.Nicholson, Glasgow, deserted April 20, 1864.

Walter Dye, Cranberry, wounded in mouth at Whitehall, December
16, 1862 ; discharged when home November 19, 1863.

Mustered out June 14, 1865.
Thomas H. Brown, Newark. Thomas C. Gardener, Newark.
G. A. Larter, " M. Gerstenmeyer, "

Fr. Prager, " G. W. Henyon, New York.

M. Yoemann, " J. P. Heary, Ireland.

Walter S. Thompson, " F. Owens, "

Wm. Taylor, " George Smith, Germany.

Thomas V. Virtue, " J. J. Putnam, Plainfield.

Valentine Eckart, Philadelphia.

Recruits received 1863.
George Givenwein, Germany. J. Coymann, Belleville.
G. Groff, " D. O'Connor.

The last two are missing since the battle of Drury's Bluff", May
16, 186 J, and have not been heard from ; Groff is reported killed.

Recruits received 1864.

Allen McAndrew, wounded in great finger of right hand at Peters-
burg, July 2, 1864.

James Lidgett, Ireland, died June 14, 1865, at Greensboro', of the
heart disease.

Francis Acker, N. Y., wounded in left shoulder at Walthall, May
6, 1864.

Francis Montaloo, New Brunswick, discharged for disability, at
Newark, October 5, 1864.

Albert Cook, Spotswood, killed, ball entered breast, Drury's Bluff,
May 14, 1864.

Reuben' Hall, Kingland, wounded in foot at Drury's Bluff, May
16, 1864.

George Lowton, England, wounded at Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864.

V. Runyon Giles, Somerset. Thomas James, Kingland.
S. Barnes, Gilson. Daniel Buckley, Ireland.

Beverley Clayton, N Brunsw'k. Francis Kenyon, New York.



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Garrit Piermann, New York. Robert Schafer, Germany.
August Bonet, Bethlehem, Pa. Francis Jerome, New York.
M. O'Eourke, Ireland. John H. Voorhees, New York.

Patrick Carilon, Ireland.

Mustered Out June 14, 1865.



Thomas Anderson, Ireland.
W. D. Hanyon,
William Brennan, "

H. J. Ryno, New Brunswick.
J. R. Jurgens, New York.
S. F. Hopkins, New Jersey.



M. Bunspeck, Germany.
Theodore Jacobs, Germany.
Thomas Monahan, "
William Johnson, "
John Hammon, "

Charles Krumm, "



Charles Lamair, Germany.
Recruits received 1865.



Louis Roeser, Gloucester.

James McCallum, Ireland.

John Foughy, "

Owen Riley, "

P. McCloskey,

J. J. Burns, "

E. Miller, Somerset.

C. C. Denton, New Jersey.

Wm. Greathead. New Jersey.

Wm. Garrison, " "

C. E. Williams, "

Jacob Wagoner, " "

Wm. Howell, "



Joseph Barth, Germany.
Jacob Beickel, "
G. Paul, Philadelphia.
William Thompson, England.
0. C. Osborn,
William Devitt, Liverpool.
John P. Jones, Wales.
J. Harrison, New York.
James Burns, Delaware, Pa.
Wesley Parson, New York.
Charles Brown, Newark.
Thomas Caldwell, Hudson.
John S. Stout, New Jersey.



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Company 0.



Charles Hopkixson, Captain.
E. S. Harris, 1st Lieut. J. W. Cleft, 2d Lieut.

Enlisted Men.

John Atkinson, Burlington, N. J,, died at Newport Barracks, N.

C, June 2, 1862.
A. B. Brown, Monmouth, N. J., discharged for promotion, March

8, 1862.
John W. Blackfan, Berks, Pa., discharged to be promoted Assistant

Surgeon 1st X. J. Cavalry, March 16, 1863.

C. W. Barber, Burlington, discharged Nov. 25, 1862, to be trans-

ferred to Co. E, U. S. Artillery.
John R. Bourbon, Liverpool, wounded at Kinston, N. C, December

14, 1862; missing at Drury's Bluff, May 16, 1864.
Gustav Bender, Germany, transferred from Co. L; discharged at

Newark, N. J., August 26, 1864, for general disability.
Benjamin Clinton, Hunterdon, wounded at Roanoke Island, Feb.

8, 1862 ; discharged August 11, 1862, at Newport Barracks.

D. J. Caster, Cardington, Pa., discharged September 1, 1862, at

Newport Barracks, for disability.
A. B. Clyne, Bordentown, wounded at Kinston, December 14,
1862; discharged at "Washington, September 24, 1864.

Discharged at expiration of time of service, December 7, 1864, at
Trenton, N. J.

J. F. Craig, Salem. E. C. Rodgers, Camden.

C. Hiser, Middlesex. C. H. 'Fhompson, Mercer.
W. N. Lanagan, Burlington. E. Vanhise, Ocean.

W. R. Trout, " W. H. Stout, Easton, Pa.

Thos. J. Wood, " W. M. Wendell, Easton, Pa.

William Myer, Sussex. Thomas J. Hibbs, Bucks, Pa.

Thomas Ricker, Passaic. J. H. A. Jacobus, New York.

W. W. Stagg, " Jacob Hesley,

D. B. Gerroe, Passaic, N. J.; G. Hoyer, A. Konig, H. Tinitus,

Herman Werner, Germany ; transferred from Co. L Nov. 18,
1862, were discharged at Trenton, December 7, 1864, for
expiration of time of service.
A. Chewitz, Sweden, transferred from Co. L, died at Carolina City,
June 13, 1863.



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S. Donaldson, Monmouth, discharged at Newport Barracks, Sept.

16, 1862; disability.
James Herber, Burlington, killed at Roanoke Island, Feb. 8, '62.
John P. Heckman, Easton, Pa., discharged for promotion, March

8, 1862.
John H. Hiers, Burlington, discharged at Washington, August 11,

1862 ; disability.
Thomas Hutton, Lisbon, Portugal, discharged at Beaufort, March

29, 1863 ; disability.

E. W. Hand, Cape May, wounded in hand at Kinston, December,

14, 1862 ; discharged December 7, 1864, expiration of time
of service.

J. Heritage, Gloucester, wounded in thigh, at Roanoke Island,
February 8, 1862 ; discharged December 7, 1864, expiration
of time of service.

C. Humburg, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; wounded at Kins-
ton, December 14, 1862 ; discharged at Trenton, Mar. 18, '63.

Israel Johnson, Burlington, killed at Kinston, December 14, '62.

Joseph Klein, Burlington, wounded in hand at Kinston, December
14, 1862 ; discharged for disability. May 28, 1863.

John Keyser, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; discharged at
St. Helena Island, S. C, March 7, 1863 ; disability.

P. Kirchgassner, Germany, transferred from Co.L, and discharged
March 24, '63, at Fort Monroe, for wounds received in action.

C. Klapproth, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; discharged at
Newbern, March 4, 1863; disability.

J. D. Long, Boston, Mass.

C. Leming, Mercer, wounded while on picket, at Newport Bar-
racks, , 1862 ; discharged December 7, 1864, expiration

of time of service.

A. Lowe, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; discharged at Beau-
fort, November 25, 1862 ; disability.

F. T. Machii, Trenton, died at Newbern hospital. May 31, 1862.
Theodore Myers, Susses, died February 26, 1S62.

F. T. Mitchell, Bucks, Pa., was left on schooner Horace Brown,

when the regiment marched to Newbern ; drowned in the
Neuse river March 13, 1862.

Wm. M. Morrison, Philadelphia.

J. Muller, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; discharged Novem-
ber 25, 1862.

G. Nelson, Mercer, discharged at Washington, January 21, 1862 ;

disability.
C. Oberst, Germany, transferred from Co. L; discharged May

28, 1863.
Thomas Pratsch, German}', transferred from Co. L ; mustered out

November 19, 1862.
S. Page, Burlington, wounded in the mouth, at Kinston, Dec, 14,

1862 ; discharged Dec. 7, 1864, expiration time of service.



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B. McCoy, New York, discharged at Beaufort, January 17, 1863 ;

disability.

C. C. RudianflP, Philadelphia, discharged at Newport Barracks,

June 10, 1862; disability.
W. D. Rodgers, Camden, wounded in right side, at the Goldsboro'
Expedition, 1862; discharged for promotion, April 13, 1863.

A. Rodney, Luzerne, Pa , mustered out at Washington, November

17. 1862.
J. R. Sickles, Philadelphia, discharged at Newbern, May 12, '62 ;

disability.
J. R. Stockes, Philadelphia, discharged at Newbern, May 12, '62 ;

disability.

B. Schafer, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; wounded at White-

hall, December 16, 1862 ; discharged November 20, 1863.

J. Watson, New York, died at Newbern, N. C, April 11, 1862.

J. H. Williams, Burlington, discharged at Newport Barracks, Sep-
tember 1, 1862; disability.

Wm. C. Zayne, Gloucester, discharged at Beaufort, N. C, Nov.
23, 1862; disability.

Re-Enlisted November 24, 1863'.

C. Drost, Somerset, transferred at his own request to Co. F.

J. W. Backeley, Camden, misging at Drury's Bluff, May 16, '64.
E. B. Smith, New York, killed in the trenches before Petersburg,

June 22, 1864.
John Corcoran, Ireland. J. E. Poppey, Mercer.

J. B. Cunningham, Warren. Wm, Van Brunt, Mercer.

John Garrigan, Burlington.

'Re-Enlisted December 19, 1863.

Daniel Hendrickson, Burlington, wounded in hand, on Goldsboro'

Expedition.
J. W. Hudnutt, Detroit, Mich., missing, Drury's Bluff, May 16, '64.
L. Forbes, Burlington. G. C. Gould, Passaic.

R. Heritage, Gloucester.
C Knespel, Germany, transferred from Co. L.

Re-Enlisted January 18, 1864.

W. W. Hooper, Burlington, wounded at Newbern, May 14, 1862.
John Keller, " transferred at his own request to Co. D,

S. Lauer, Germany, transferred from Co. L, at his own request
to Co. K.

D. D. Burcb, Egg Harbor, wounded in the hand at Kinston, Dec.

14, 1862.
D. R. Cooperthwaite, Burlington, wounded through penis ; both

thighs grazed ; at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864 ; died at

Hampton hospital, June 16, 1864.
H. C. Cooper, Passaic, wounded in side, at Kinston, Dec. 14, '62.



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John Conway, Ireland, transferred at his own request to Co. A.
James Dougherty. Sussex, missing, Drury's Bluff, May 16, 1864,
and dropped on Co. rolls as died in rebel prison.

E. H. Estlack, Gloucester, wounded at Drury's Bluff, May 16, '64.

A. Garwood, Burlington, wounded, contusion of right shoulder, at

Drury's Bluff, May 14, 1864.
J. Hoffmann, Essex, missing, Drury's Bluff, May 16, 1864, and

dropped on Co. rolls as died in rebel prison.
P. H. McDonnell, Burlington, missing, Drury's Bluff, May 16, '64 ;

returned to regiment, June, 1865.
Alfred Rose, Mercer, wounded in right arm, on Goldsboro' Exp'n.
J. H. Roberts, Burlington, missing, at Drury's Bluff, J^Iay 16, '64.
August Spaulding, Gloucester, Avounded in right arm, at Drury's

Bluff, May 16, 1864.
Charles Kevser, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; missing at

Drury's Bluff, May 16, 1864.
H. Voorhees, Passaic. G. M. Backeley, Camden.

J. L. S. Clark, Gloucester. S. D. Corsan, Cape May.

J, W. Dennis, Ireland. G. Hawk, Germany.

Wesley Thorn, Burlington. B. Manning, New York.

J. Garrigan, " R. Williams, Donegal.

J. Schmitz, Germany, transferred from Co. L.
Ch. Koch, Germany, transferred from Co. L; taken prisoner near

Hamilton, N. C., December 12, 1864 ; died in rebel prison at

Salisbury, N. C.
Adam Weinreich, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; missing at

Drury's Bluff, May 16, 1864 ; died in rebel prison. •

Recruits received 1862.

John Kramer, Germany, transferred from Co. L ; discharged at

Carolina City, June 28, 1863 ; disability.
Wm. Long, Newark, deserted April 1, 1865, at Newark ; returned


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