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company.

David Foley (1864), substitute, mustered out with
company.

James McPeck (1864), substitute, mustered out with
company.

Anderson Montague (1864), drafted, in hospital April
2d>, 1865.

James Suies (1864), substitute, in hospital December
21, 1864.

John L. Shipman (1864), substitute, in hospital April
25, 1865.

Francis Tucker (1864), absent without leave July 51
1865.

John C. Kendrick, mustered out company.

William C. Lantz (veteran), killed at Dug Gap, Georgia,
May 8, 1864.

John S. Rape (1864), killed at North Edisto River,
South Carolina, February 12, 1865.

Jacob D. Foster (veteran), died March 29, 1864.



214 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Mitchell Bubbington (1864), substitute, died December
II, 1864.

Adam Hulbert (1864), substitute, died March 25,
1865.

Morgan Johnson (1864), died February 26, 1864.

James A. Lane (1864), drafted, died November 25,
1864.

George Murray (1863), died of wounds. May 9, 1864.

John A. Stewart (1864), substitute, died November 29^
1864.

John Woodard(i864), died of wounds, May 11, 1864.

Martin Yingling (1864), absent without leave.

Ransom J. Fisher (1864), substitute, discharged
January i, 1865.

Joseph B. Arbach (1864), drafted, discharged June 5,»
1865.

Vincent C. Brown (1864), drafted, discharged June i>
1865.

Simon P. Eversole (1864), drafted, discharged June 5,
1865.

Christopher C. Garrison (1864), drafted, discharged
Junes, 1865.

John Campbell (1862), discharged May 25, 1865.

Daniel S. Hardman (1864), drafted, discharged June
5, 1865.

Cornelius Horrigan (1864), drafted, discharged June
5, 1865.

Byron Law (1864), discharged May 4, 1865.

George J. McCormick (veteran), discharged June i^
1865.

William Rush (1864), drafted, discharged June 5»
1865.

William H. Stillwell (1864), drafted, discharged June
5, 1865.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 215

John F. Weidle (veteran), discharged September 29,
1864.

William Woodard (1864), discharged September 12,
1864.

Thomas Bolton (1864), discharged May 4, 1865.



COMPANY H.

Mustered mto service in October and November,
1861.

Captain William H. Wright, promoted captain April
9, 1865; mustered out with company.

Captain Jonas Schoonover, discharged to accept pro-
motion, April I, 1865.

Captain Andrew J. Fulkerson, promoted to captain
May 25, 1864; mustered out August 15, 1864.

First Lieutenant George McNutt, promoted to ser-
geant December 22, 1863 ; sergeant-major March i,
1865 ; first lieutenant June 19, 1865; mustered out with
company.

First Lieutenant David W. Thomas, discharged to
accept promotion, April i, 1865.

Second Lieutenant Henry Mack, resigned May 2,
1862.

Second Lieutenant Thomas W. Nash, discharged to
accept promotion June 28, 1864.

Sergeant Thomas W. Nash, promoted.

Sergeant O. H. Remington, discharged September 26,
1863.

Sergeant James B. Storer, promoted to non-commis-
sioned staff February 15, 1862.

Sergeant James L. Ferguson, discharged June 18,
1862.



2l6 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Sergeant Henry L. Curtiss, discharged October lo,
1862.

Sergeant Charles Fairchilds, died at Alexandria, Vir-
ginia, September 11, 1862.

Sergeant Alphonzo Hazzen, mustered out with com-
pany.

Sergeant Reuben Farnam, mustered out with com-
pany.

Sergeant John Davis, mustered out with company.

Sergeant Floyd Morris, mustered out with company.

Sergeant Thomas Davis, killed at Pine Knob, Geergia,
June 15, 1864.

Sergeant Thomas Folger, promoted.

Sergeant Jacob Buck, transferred to non-commissioned
staff.

Sergeant D. W. Thomas, promoted.

Corporal Lewis Wagoner, discharged September 24,
1862.

Corporal Warren H. Connell, killed at Dug Gap.
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Corporal C. H. Edgerly, discharged 1862.

Corporal William Liggett, died at Middletown, Vir-
ginia, May 26, 1862.

Corporal George B. Myers, discharged May 26, 1862

Corporal Marcus Humphrey, discharged November 3,
1864.

Corporal Charles H. King, discharged July 17, 1865.

Corporal Lewis Rogers, mustered out with company.

Corporal Lester Bruno, mustered out with company.

Corporal George Nichols, mustered out with com-
pany.

Corporal George Manning (1862), mustered out with
company.

Henry Murgan (musician), discharged July 19, 1862.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 217

Corporal John Bissell (1862), mustered out with com-
pany.

John C. Hart (musician), discharged 1863.

John Ardis, absent without leave. January 11, 1862.

John D. Hall, absent without leave, December 22,
1861.

Reuben Wagoner, absent without leave November 30,
1861.

Isaac Wells, absent without leave May 21, 1862.

Merick Q. Smith, absent without leave.

John Wilson, absent without leave June 22, 1862.

EH Raudebush, discharged March 7, 1862.

Jacob Baird, discharged April 3, 1862.

G. T. Boak, mustered out with company.

Frank H. Boyer, served three years, discharged No-
vember 3, 1864.

John Best, discharged January 28, 1862.

William Dennings, transferred to Veteran Reserve corps
December 16, 1863.

Willard Dennison, discharged October 10, 1862.

Joseph Ernsparger, discharged November 3, 1864.

Jacob Fritz, discharged November 3, 1864.

O. C. Field, mustered out with company.

David Harbaugh, discharged November 3, 1864.

John Heffelfinger, transferred to non-commissioned
staff March 3, 1863.

Lewis Harris, killed in action at Winchester, Virginia,
March 23, 1862.

John Harris, discharged September 26, 1862.

Henry Hazzen, discharged July 15, 1862.

Samuel W. Hart, discharged July 10. 1865.

O. W. Hale, discharged by special order number — ,
1861.

George C. Kellogg, discharged May 29, 1862.



2l8 . TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Theodore Jones, transferred to Veteran Reserve corps
April 1 6, 1864.

A. A. Kellogg, musician, mustered out with company.

David Kittinger, served three years, discharged No-
vember 3, 1864.

Eli Oberholtz, discharged.

C. H. Paine, discharged, served three years, Novem-
ber 3, 1864.

Lauren L. Porter, discharged, no date.

Silas Payne, discharged, July 12, 1862.

Joseph Pierson, died at Mt. Jackson, Virginia, May 3^
1862.

Alfred A. Palmer, mustered out with company.

William Peet, discharged July 21, 1862.

Charles Rotart, served three years, discharged Novem-
ber 3, 1864.

Herman Ridder, discharged July 25, 1862.

George Youells, served three years, discharged No-
vember 3, 1864.

Andrew Robinson, transferred to Veteran Reserve corps
May 7, 1864.

Hiram Root, discharged August 4, 1862.

William Robinson, discharged, July 22, 1862.

Jacob Snowberger, mustered out with company.

George Slusser, served three years, discharged Novem-
ber 3, 1864.

John Smith, died at Chattanooga, Tennessee, May 25,
1864, of wounds received in action at Dug Gap, Georgia,
May 8, 1864.

Frank J. Smith, transferred to naval service May 18,
1864.

Norman Saulsbury, died at Frederick, Maryland, April
3. 1862.

Henry H. Scott, discharged December 3, 1862.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 219

Jesse C. Stall (1862), mustered out with company.

William Spear, discharged, by reason of wounds, May
3, 1865.

C. C. Tooker, discharged December 9, 1862.

Evander Turner, discharged to accept promotion,
April 13, 1865.

Henry Wolf, discharged, by reason of wounds — no
date.

Oliver O. Wright, transferred to Veteran Reserve corps
December, 1863.

William H. Tooker, mustered out with company.

Robert M, Wilkins, killed at Cedar Mountain, August
9, 1862.

Alexander Wallace, discharged December 4, 1862.

William Davis, discharged December 18, 1862.

Isaac Miller (wagoner), discharged February 18, 1863.

Joseph Roe, transferred to company I December, 1861.

Jackson Roe, transferred to company I December,
1861.

James Sowers, transferred to company I December,
1861.

John R. Benton (1862), died at Cleveland, Ohio,
August, 1863.

Jeremiah Congdon (1862), sick in hospital.

Edward W. Farr (1862), discharged June 29, 1865.

James C. Hammond (1862), died at Dumfries, Vir-
ginia, March 14, 1863.

Eh C. Joles (1862), killed at Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8,
1864.

Henry J. Knapp (1862), discharged May 18, 1865.

William Lutz (1862), discharged June 29, 1865.

Hartwell A. Parker (1862), discharged January 10,
1863.

Elisha H. Pursell(i862), died in 1865.



220 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

John H. Wright (1862), discharged September 21,
1864.

Hiram Boyd, substitute, discharged with company.

John Buck, (1864), mustered out with company.

Allen Brown (1864), mustered out with company.

Newton Barkhammer (1864), mustered out with com-
pany.

John V. Cummings (1864), substitute, mustered out
with company.

John Cowan (i864),[drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.

William Durant (1864), died at Resaca, Georgia, dis-
charged May 25, 1864.

Anton Ehrlar, substitute, discharged June 23, 1865.

Johrf Funk (1864), mustered out with company.

William Ford (1864), drafted, sick in hospital.

Samuel Flesher (1864), drafted, discharged June 5,
1865.

James Heathman (1864), mustered out with company.

Henry N. Hullinger (1864), substitute, mustered out
with company.

Henrick Hoyer (1864), substitute, discharged June 5,
1865.

Selburn H. Hall (1864), substitute, discharged June
5, 1865.

John J. Jones (1864), substitute, discharged June 5,
1865.

Daniel Kilso (1864), discharged June i, 1865.

John Kreps (1864), drafted, mustered out with com-
pany.

Emanuel Kaley (1864), died at Nashville, Tennessee,
March 25, 1864.

Benjamin Lee (1864), killed at Peach Tree Creek,
Georgia, July 20, 1864.

George B. Myers (1864), mustered out with company.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 221

William Shameon (1864), drafted, discharged June 5,
1865.

Peter Leuzler (1864), mustered out with company.

William McVay (1864), drafted, discharged June 5,
1865.

Stephen Nettle (1864), mustered out with company.

Ira S. Nash (1864), mustered out company.

James R. Purine (1864), discharged April, 1865.

Charles Osburn (1864), killed at Dug Gap, Georgia,
May 8, 1864.

Augustus Richards (1864), mustered out with com-
pany.

Martin Smith (1864), killed at Dug Gap, Georgia,
May 8, 1864.

Salathiel Shurtzer (1864), substitute, mustered out
with company.

Harvey J. Smith (1864), mustered out with company.

David Smith (1864), mustered out with company.

Phillip Stadler(i864), mustered out with company.

Mortimer Van Hyning (1864), discharged May 27,
1865.

James Wild (1864), discharged June 23, 1865.

Edman Wiswell (1864), substitute, discharged July 18,
1865.



COMPANY I.

Mustered mto service September, October and Novem-
ber, and December, 1861.

Captain Russell B. Smith, resigned June 12, 1863.

Captain Edwin B. Woobury, promoted second Heuten-
ant March 13, 1862; first lieutenant, April 14, 1863; cap-
tain, June 29, 1864; major, July 12, 1865; mustered out
with company.



2 22 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

First Lieutenant Augustus Philbrick, resigned March
3, 1862.

First Lieutenant Seth E. Wilson, resigned May 10,
1862.

First Lieutenant Stephen Kissinger, promoted from
first sergeant to first Heutenant January 21, 1865; mus-
tered out with company.

Second Lieutenant WiUiam J. Hall, resigned January
25, 1862.

First Sergeant John G. March (brevet first lieutenant —
not commissioned), killed at Gettysburg, Pennsysvania,
July 3, 1863.

Sergeant Ransom D. Billings, killed at Atlanta,
Georgia, July 28, 1864.

Sergeant Zaccheus Farnsworth, died May 5, 1862.

Sergeant George Rorke, died May 14, 1862.

Sergeant Martin G. Owen, discharged September 11,
1862.

Sergeant Clark Beach, mustered out with company.

Sergeant Henry Rex, mustered out with company.

Sergeant James Hawk, mustered out with company.

Sergeant Almon Woodruff, mustered cut with com-
pany.

Sergeant John Rupp, mustered out with company.

Sergeant Thomas Henderson, died September 10,
1864.

Sergeant Cassius C. Lord, transferred to non-commis-
sioned staff.

Sergeant Norton B. Adams, transferred to Veteran
Reserve corps January 23, 1865.

Corporal Warren F. Wilbur, died May 16, 1863.

Corporal John Sage, absent without leave.

Corporal Joel J. Bair, discharged November 18, 1862.

Corporal Horace H. Heath, discharged June 12, 1862.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS.



223



Corporal J. R. Polley, discharged June i, 1862.

Corporal Charles F. Gove, mustered out with com-
pany.

Corporal William Abbott, mustered out with company.

Corporal James Walsh, mustered out with company.

Corporal James Sowers, mustered out with company.

Corporal DeWitt C. Stevens, mustered out with com-
pany.

Corporal Eli Rushon, mustered out with company.

Albert Bishop, killed at Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia,
July 2, 1864.

Joseph Baker, killed at Atlanta, Georgia, July 18,
1864.

Jonathan Everhard, killed at Pine Knob, Georgia,
June 16, 1864.

James Grine, killed at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July
3, 1863.

Cass M. Nims, killed at Cedar Mountain, Virginia,
August 9, 1862.

Tobias Phinney, killed at Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8,
1864.

Henry Rupp, killed at Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

John Craig, died April 15, 1862.

George M. Craighl, died October 7, 1862.

William Dickinson, died of wounds, June 13, 1863.

David N. Hubbard, died March 25, 1862.

William Wildy, died December 15, 1861.
I O. O. Wakeman, died April 29, 1862.

William Campbell, substitute, died February 18,
1865.

Harrison Gordon, drafted, died December 11, 1864.

Alvah Holden (1861), died at Savannah, Georgia,
March 27, 1865.

Charles Link, drafted, died December 3, 1864.



2 24 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Hiram Newcomb (1861), died at Ringold, Georgia, of
wounds received at Dug Gap, Georgia, May 15, 1864.

Andrew Ream (musician), transferred to non-commis-
sioned staff, September i, 1863.

Spencer Atkins, transferred to company B, January 5 ,
1863.

H. W. Horton, transferred to Veteran Reserve corps
July I, 1863.

Lewis Pegg, transferred to company F, Seventh Ohio
veteran volunteer infantry, December 24, 1863.

John Patchen, transferred to Veteran Reserve corps
March 5, 1864.

Roswell Krahl, transferred to Veteran Reserve corps
February 15, 1864.

A. W. Holdredge, transferred to Veteran Reserve corps
April I, 1865.

Charles Hawkins, absent without leave.

Charles Dudley, absent without leave.

William N. Dewitt, absent without leave.

Robert Hill, absent without leave.

Edwin Holcomb, absent without leave.

Roswell Trail, absent without leave.

William Trail, absent without leave.

Charles Welton, absent without leave.

George Jarvis, absent without leave.

Alderman Bidwell, teamster June 10, 1862.

William Babcock, discharged April 27, 1863.

William H. Cooper, discharged May 15, 1862.

John C. Cauley, discharged October 29, 1862.

William Dewitt, discharged November i, 1862.

Martin Elliott, discharged July 14, 1862.

Michael Greenwall, discharged December 5, 1862.

Theodore N. Harrington, discharged May 20, 1862.

Sidney Kennedy, discharged April 4, 1863.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 225

Henry Kennedy, discharged April 4, 1863.
Nathan Miller, discharged July 2, 1862.
Mandleburt Manley, discharged September 11, 1862.
Milton H. Murdock, discharged February 23, 1863.
Bryon McArthur, discharged December 4, 1862.
Thomas J. Nichols, discharged April 27, 1863.
William Pond, discharged November 5, 1862.
Jackson Roe, discharged August 9, 1862.
Joseph Roe, discharged August 9, 1862.
• Orville O. Rockwell, discharged April 12, 1863.
Euclid Suplee, discharged June 16, 1862.
Ira Scott, discharged November i, 1862.
Thomas Sharkey, discharged August 29, 1863.
Stephen Sturdephant, discharged April 3, 1864.
Alpha Thompson, discharged August 12, 1862.
E. C. Whitticher, discharged July 28, 1863.
Albert Alderman mustered out with company.
Uriah Cook, mustered out with company.
William E. Dickey, mustered out with company.
William Eldred, mustered out with company.
William Gilbert, mustered out with company.
Philip Hawk, mustered out with company.
Cosom M. Kindig, mustered out with company.
James Miller, mustered out with company.
Michael McNerny, mustered out with company.
Albert Squires, mustered out with company.
George W. Reed, mustered out with company.
Sereno F. Sawyer, mustered out with company.
William Waterman, mustered out with company.
Ferdinand Cutler, mustered out with company.
Willard Trail, mustered out with company.

RECRUITS.

Joel J. Pair (1861), mustered out with company.
Gordon Case, mustered out with company.

IS



2 26 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Henry H. Hibbard, mustered out with company.
William Kelley mustered out with company.
Francis Kelley, mustered out with company.
Edwin Mabry, mustered out with company.
William Mabry, mustered out with company.
Hudson Merritt, mustered out with company.
Frederick Newmyer, mustered out with company.
William P. Rushon, mustered out with company.
William Stille, in hospital.
Milo Sharp, mustered out July 3, 1865.
Owen Woohes, mustered out with company.
William Akres, substitute, mustered out with com
pany.

Percival Bever, drafted, mustered out July 10, 1865.
Joseph Deal, drafted, mustered out with company.
George W. Mead, drafted, in hospital.
McClane J. Marfier, drafted, mustered out with com-
pany.

Isaac Welch (February, 1865), mustered out July 3,
1865.

Abel Archer, veteran, discharged June 6, 1865.

Robert A. Bloomer, drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.

James Ensler, drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.

Christian Fetterhoff, drafted, discharged June 5,
1865.

John Ford, drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.

Theodore Hawk, discharged June 5, 1865.

Thomas Hill, substitute, discharged June 2, 1865.

Christopher Letherer, drafted, discharged June 5,
1865.

Dennis McGunnigal, substitute, discharged June 5,
1865.

David Miller, substitute, discharged June 5, 1865.

Henry May, drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 227

John Nesbit, drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.
James Perkins, veteran, discharged June 22, 1865.
James Reed (1862), discharged June 5, 1865.
Elisha Robinson, drafted, discharged May 27, 1865.
John Shannon (1862), discharged May 4, 1865.
Henry H. Turner, drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.
Daniel Truman, drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.
Reuben Wilson (1862), discharged June 5, 1865.
James Winters, veteran, discharged September, 1864.
Richard Adams, substitute, discharged July 3, 1865.
Horace Stevens, drafted, discharged June 5, 1865.
James H. Freeman, killed at Port Republic, Virginia,
June 9, 1862.



COMPANY K.

Mustered into service September, October, November
and December, 1861.

Captain Alden P. Steele, resigned April 13, 1862.

Captain Charles W. Kellogg, promoted second lieu-
tenant June 20, 1862; first Heutenant January 26, 1863;
captain April i, 1865; mustered out with company.

Captain David E. Hurlburt, promoted to captain
April 13, 1863; discharged August 29, 1864.

Lieutenant William Neil, transferred to company E
Januay 5, 1863.

First Lieutenant Marcus F. Roberts, sergeant of com-
pany A, promoted to first lieutenant of company K May
31, 1865; mustered out with company.

First Lieutenant Wilbur A. Chamberlain, promoted to
captain of company E, October 12, 1864.

Second Lieutenant Benjamin N. Smith, promoted
May I, 1862; discharged March 16, 1864.

Sergeant William E. Gray, shot at Frederick, Mary-
land, December 10, 1862.



228 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Sergeant Christopher C. Johnson, discharged April 3^
1863.

Sergeant Ansel O. Benjamin, discharged March 13,
1863.

Sergeant George C. Judd, discharged March 2, 1863.
Sergeant Lewis Wrisley, discharged August 12, 1863.
Sergeant Luther L. Kinney, discharged.
Sergeant Joseph C. Hammond, mustered out with
company.

Sergeant Cornelius O. Hinkle, mustered out with
company.

Sergeant Michael F. Haldman, drafted, mustered out
with company.

Sergeant Ulysses S. Hoxter, promoted.
Sergeant Charles Potter, discharged June 19, 1865.
Sergeant Harlow H, Fenton, discharged June 7, 1865.
Corporal Fayette N. Johnson, discharged December
27, 1864.

Corporal Thaddeus Marsh, died at Cumberland,
Maryland, March 3, 1862.

Corporal Joel Ritter, absent without leave.
Corporal Alfred D, Eddy, mustered out with company.
Corporal Daniel Turner, mustered out with company.
Corporal Frederick A. Rounds, mustered out with
company.

Corporal James Spain, mustered out with company.
Corporal Esick Blanchard (1862), discharged June 19,
1865.

Corporal James C. McCleary, discharged June 19,
1865.

Alber M. Alderman, discharged September 28, 1864.
David Mclntyre, served three years; discharged Octo-
ber 20, 1864.

William Law, discharged, no date.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 229

Hezekiah Davenport, served three years; discharged
December 6, 1864.

Joseph M. Marsh (1862), killed at Dallas, Georgia,
May 28, 1864.

Mathias Soden (1862), killed at Gettysburg, Pennsyl-
vania, July 3, 1863.

Byron Bulfinch (1862), died at Frederick, Maryland,
October 28, 1862.

Orlando Clark, died at Strasburg, Virginia, May 13,
1862.

Philander M. Griggs, died at Alexandria, Virginia,
October 3, 1862.

John L. Haywood, died at Back Creek, Virginia,
March 13, 1862.

Oney McLee, died at Camp Wade, Virginia, July 17,
1862.

Sylvester Pierce, died at Frederick, Maryland, Octo-
ber 20, 1862.

Martin Banney, died at Alexandria, Virginia, July 11,
1862.

Daniel Phillips, missing in action at Cedar Mountain,
Virginia, August 9, 1862.

George P. Strong, missing in action at Cedar Mountain,
Virginia, August 9, 1862.

William Fitzgerald, missing in action at Cedar Moun-
tain, Virginia, August 9, 1862.

Osmond O. Oliver, missing in action at Chancellors-
ville, Virginia, May 3, 1863.

George Bullis, absent without leave.

John Blodgett, absent without leave.

Elias H. Durfee, absent without leave.

Reuben Alderman, discharged April 4, 1863.

James Alexander, discharged June 19, 1863.

Lewis Brown (minor), discharged December 15, 1861.



230 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Charles W. Bancroft, discharged May i, 1862.

Aaron C. Baker, discharged July 10, 1862.

Wellington Burns (1862), discharged April 4, 1863.

Thomas Cook (minor), discharged December 23, 1861.

William Chalmers (1862), discharged February 6,
1863.

Francis M. Cutler, discharged July 9, 1862.

Rufus N. Daniels (1862), discharged December 2^
1862.

Almond T. Mills, deserted August 18, 1862.

Foster W. Eggleston, discharged January 3, 1863.

Luther Fowler, discharged May i, 1862.

William Fletcher, discharged September 29, 1862.

James Goldsmith, discharged July 9, 1862.

Hiram Griggs, discharged May 31, 1862.

Renslo C. Griffin, discharged October 3, 1862.

Alonzo Hurlburt, claimed by Sixth Ohio volunteer
cavalry, December 10, 1861.

William Houston, left at Camp Giddings December,.
1861.

Judson Hunt, discharged June 10, 1862.

Horace Holcomb, discharged May 31, 1862.

Martin H. Hammond, discharged December 2, 1862^

Edwin A. Johnson, discharged June 13, 1862.

John Jenks, discharged February 17, 1862.

William Knox, discharged August i, 1862.

Franklin Love, discharged July 28, 1862.

WiUiam Luce (1862), discharged October i, 1862.

Delos Marsh, discharged June 9, 1862.

John McLoud, discharged June 7, 1862.

Joseph Matthews, discharged July 31, 1862.

Joseph B. Partch, discharged June 30, 1862.

George Perry, discharged April 4, 1863.

John Randall, discharged August 27, 1862.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 23 1

Solon Squires, discharged July 14, 1862.
John St. Clair, discharged, date unknown.
John Swinton, discharged November 3, 1862.
Albert J. VVightman, discharged June 9, 1862.
Harmon Wilder, discharged October 2, 1862.
George W. Weeks (1862), discharged November 3,
1862.

Charles W. Wilson, discharged October 10, 1862.
George W. Cargle, transferred to company I, Decem-
ber 27, 1861.

Thomas Shultz, transferred to company E, December
18, 1861.

James Williams, transferred to invalid corps, Decem-
ber I, 1863.

William J. Pond, transferred to company I, December
29, 1861.

Christian Conrad, discharged July 22, 1865.
George W. Deem, mustered out with company.
Francis J. Hibbard, mustered out with company.
George W. Light, mustered out with company.
John Sarsfield, mustered out with company.
Jonathan Tyler, mustered out with company.
William H. Stratton, mustered out with company.
Clinton B. White, mustered out with company.
Sylvester W. Collins, drafted, mustered out with com-
pany.

Levi H. Greene, drafted, left in hospital.
Henry Garden, drafted, mustered out with company.
James B. Haskins, substitute, mustered out with com-
pany.

Jacob Lenox, substitute, mustered out with company.
John Loudon, drafted, mustered out with company.
Antoine Miller, substitute, mustered out with com-
pany.



232 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

James RitchendoUer, substitute, mustered out with
company.

George H. Wilson, drafted, mustered out with com-


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