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pany.

Joseph White, drafted, mustered out with company.

Thomas J. Failes, veteran, killed at Pine Knob, Geor-
gia, June 15, 1864.

Amos Long, killed at Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8,
1864.

Joseph Herman, drafted, died at Savannah, Georgia,
February 13, 1865.

Morris Madison, drafted, died at Jeffersonville, In-
diana, November 29, 1864.

William Reed, veteran, died at Atlanta, Georgia, Sep-
tember 29, 1864.

Henry Swarts, drafted, died at Savannah, Georgia,
June 9, 1865.

Daniel W. Abbott, drafted, discharged June 19, 1865.

James Amsdill, drafted, discharged June 19, 1865.

Ferdinand Burt, veteran, discharged February 6,
1866.

Daniel Barber, drafted, discharged June 19, 1865.

Michael Bulyer, drafted, discharged June 19, 1865.

Harmon Baker, drafted, discharged June 19, 1865.

Theodore M. Cochran, substitute, discharged June 19,
1865.

Charles Eberle, substitute, discharged June 19, 1865.

William Finiarty, substitute, discharged June 19,
1865.

John H. Finneman, drafted, discharged June 18,
1865.

Henry C. Farns worth, drafted, discharged June 19,
1865.

John Grun, drafted, discharged June 19, 1865.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 233

John W. Hutchinson, drafted, discharged June 19,
1865.

Henry C. Hardnock, drafted, discharged June 19,
1865.

Andrew Horn, drafted, discharged June 19, 1865.

Edson G. Holcomb (1862), discharged June 19, 1865.

John W. JosHn (1862), discharged June 19, 1865.

Daniel V. Lowary, substitute, discharged June 19,
1865.

Wilham Norris (1862), discharged June 19, 1865.

William H. Parker (1862), discharged April i, 1865.

Alonzo S. Pelton, drafted, discharged June 19, 1865.

Gabriel Quesino, drafted, discharged June 17, 1865.

Samuel Ripple, substitute, discharged June 19, 1865.

Frederick Schrapel, drafted, discharged July 19, 1865.

Samuel B. Emmons (1864), discharged July 18, 1865.

Asa A. Sanford, discharged July 28, 1865.



234 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO



CASUALTIES,



The following list of casualties is prepared from the
records in the War Department, and contains the name
of every member of the regiment, whose disability was
reported to the department. It is believed to be per-
fect.

RECORD OF DEATHS IN TWENTY-NINTH REGIMENT OHIO

VOLUNTEERS, EXCEPT KILLED IN ACTION.

1861.

Private Charles A. Clap, company D, December 8,
1861.

1862.

Private John A. Austin, company F, April 2, 1862.

Corporal Augustus Belden, company G, May i, 1862.

Private Albert H. Beardsley, company C, February 17,^
1862.

Private Hiram E. Balch, company F, February 18,
1862.

Private Marshal A. Brown, company A, March 10,.
1862.

Private Conant Brunian, company B, April 30, 1862.

Private Oren Brewer, company E, May 23, 1862.

Private Charles F. Bauer, company B, April 19, 1862.

Private Andrew Beardsley, company E, July 29, 1862.

Private Byron Bulfinch, company K, October 28^
1862.

Private John Craig, company I, April 15, 1862.

Private Oliver P. Crosby, company C, April 23, 1862^



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 235

Private Orlando Clarke, company K, May 15, 1862.

Private Lewis D. Clements, company G, September 7,
1862.

Private George M. Cargill, company I, October 7,
1862.

Private Charles E. Dudley, company C, Febrliary 17,
1862.

Private Franklin Dimock, company F, February 28,
1862.

Private Ethan Davis, company E, March 6, 1862.

Private Alma Dalrymple, company A, May 2, 1862.

Private Michael Dowling, company F, May 18, 1862.

Private William Dickinson, company I, June 13, 1862.

Corporal John W. Ewell, company G, March 6, 1862.

Sergeant Zaccheus Farnsworth, company I, May 3,
1862.

Private Orvid Fairbrothers,'company B, May 27, 1862.

First Sergeant Charles Fairchild, company H, Septem-
ber II, 1862.

Sergeant William E. Grey, company H, December 19,
1862.

Private Wellington G. Gillett, company C, May 21,
1862.

Private Philander M. Griggs, company K, October
3, 1862.

Corporal Seth N. Hubbard, company A, April 12,
1862.

Private John L. Hay ward, company K, March 13,
1862.

Private David N. Hubbard, company I, March 20,
1862.

Private Elisha Hamilton, company D, June 9, 1862.

Private Herman O. Holmes, company B, April 6,
1862.



236 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private Clark Hall, company B, July 14, 1862.

Private Newton P. Humiston, company G, July 28,
1862.

Private William C. Ives, company A, March 5, 1862.

Private William Johnson, company E, April 6, 1862.

Private William H. Jones, company D, July 21, 1862.

Sergeant John H. Knox, company D, May 22, 1862.

Private Joseph Loomis, company G, February 21,
1862.

Corporal William Liggitt, company H, May 25, 1862.

Musician Thaddeus Marsh, company D, March 5,
1862.

Private George W. Miles, company B, June 20, 1862.
. Private Robert McFall, company B, June 27, 1862.

Private Oney McGee, company K, July 14, 1862.

Private Alvin W. Newman, company D, February 13,
1862.

Private Peter Nicholas, company D, April 19, 1862.

Private James Pike, company E, January 14, 1862.

Private Joseph Pierson, company H, May 3, 1862.

Private Sylvester Pierce, company K, October 20,
1862.

Sergeant George Rorke, company I, May 14, 1862.

Private Emerson Richerson, company A, March 10,
1862.

Private John Rowland, company G, May i, 1862.

Private Harvey A. Reaves, company E, May 28, 1862.

Private Martin Ranney, company K, July 11, 1862.

Private EUson Reed, Jr., company F, November i,
1862.

Private Norman Salisbury, company H, April 3, 1862.

Private Hiram Sly, company E, July 6, 1862.

Private Leonard Squires, company D, September 4,
1862.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 237

Private James Thomas, company C, March 9, 1862.

Private William H. Vanscoit, company B, April 5,
1862.

Sergeant Edwin Williams, company F, May 23, 1862.

Private O. O. Wakeman, company I, April 29, 1862.

Private Andrew A. Wolcott, company D, May 11,
1862.

Private James H. Whitney, company F, June 3, 1862.

Private Rufus Wilson, company B, June 21, 1862.

Private Eben H. Wright, company D, December 7,

1862.

1863.

Private John W. Baur, company B, captured at Port
Republic, Virginia, June 9, 1862, supposed to be dead.

Private George W. Batchelor, company E, March 8,
1863.

Private John R. Benton, company H, June 28, 1863.

Private Edward I. Brown, company A, July 20, 1863.

Private Romeo Churchill, company C, January 13,
1863.

Corporal Roderick M. Gates, company A, August 27,
1863.

Private George Gale, company B, April 14, 1863.

Private Robert W. Hall, company G, January 15,
1863.

Private James C. Hammond, company H, March 14,
1863.

Private Charles D. Hine, company G, March 23,
1863.

First Sergeant John H. Knox, company D, May 22,
1863.

Private Julius Lavelee, company C, May 7, 1863.

Private Abram W. McNaughten, company A, Jan-
uary 28, 1863.



238 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private Tallis E. McCain, company G, August 12,
1863.

Private Dyer Newcomb, company B, January 29,
1863.

Private Moses Pennington, company E, May 15, 1863

Private George A. Root, company A, March 19, 1863

Private C. Robinson, company E, June 21, 1863.

Private H. M. Ryder, company C, September 25,
1863.

Sergeant George Shabondy, company G, April 24,
1863.

Private James L, Smith, company G, March 4, 1863.

Musician Oscar F. Stickney, company F, April 28,
1863.

Private Thomas Shultz, company E, May 12, 1863.

Private Robert Sills, company B, supposed to be dead.

Corporal Warren Wilbur, company I, May 10, 1863.

Private Elias Waltz, company D, April 10, 1863.
1864.

Private Albert W. At water, company E, July 4, 1864

Private George F. Braginton, company G, May 16,
1864.

Private Andrew J. Breght, company B, June 2, 1864.

Private John J. Belnap, company F, June 18, 1864.

Private Levi Baughman, company D, September 2,
1864.

Private Barney Brick, company E, September 8, 1864.

Private Christopher Beck, company D, September 17,
1864.

Private Charles S. Blake, company A, November 14,
1864.

Private Mitchell Babbington, company G, December
II, 1864.

Private Richard Conn, company F, December 8, 1864.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 239

Private John T. Best, company F, December 25,
1864.

First Lieutenant George W. Dice, company D, June
17, 1864.

Private Charles A. Downey, company D, May 14,
1864.

Private Charles Demlin, company D, December 8,
1864.

Private William Durant, company H, May 25, 1864.
Private John Denneland, company D, December 8,
1864.

Private Thomas Dowling, company F, 1864.
Private Charles EUis, company B, July 16, 1864.
Private Thomas J. Fales, company K, June 17, 1864.
Private Jacob Gardner, company D, May 24, 1864.
Private James Gaule, company G, supposed to be
dead.

Private Nelson Gillett, company E, July 15, 1864.
Private Harrison Gordon, company I, December 17,
1864.

Private William H. Hartley, company G, July 15,
1864.

Sergeant Thomas F. Henderson, company I, Septem-
ber 10, 1864.

Private Henry A. Hane, company D, May 26, 1864.
Private W. B. Hoyt, company A, October 20, 1864.
Private Morgan Johnson, company G, February 29,
1864.

Private Emanuel Kaley, company H, March 28,
1864.

Private James H. Lane, company G, November 25,
1864.

Private Charles Link, company I, December 3, 1864.
Corporal Allen Mason, company C, May 29, 1864.



240 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private John H. Montgomery, company D, June 2^
1864 (June 8, 1864).

Private George Murray, company G, May 9, 1864.

Private Thomas S. McCartney, company E, July 16,
1864.

Private Morris Madison, company K, November 29^
1864.

Private Hiram Newcomb, company I, May 31, 1864.

Private Wihiam Potter, company B, July 6, 1864.

Private Simeon J. Peters, company U, July 2, 1864.

Private William Reed, company K, September 2,
1864.
вАҐ Private Levi Yanke, company D, December 17, 1864.

Corporal Theodore Smith, company A, March 24,
1864.

Private John Smith, company H, May 25, 1864.

Private Elmore Stevens, company F, July 10, 1864.

Private John A. Stewart, company G, November 19^
1864.

Private Jacob Scott, company B, December 24, 1864.

Sergeant Samuel Woodbridge, company D, May 8,
1864.

Private Truman Williams, company E, February 29^
1864.

Private John Woodard, company G, May 11, 1864.

Private George W. Write, company B, May 31, 1864.

Private Aaron Warner, company C, June 3, 1864.

Private George Williams, company F, June 2, 1864.

Private William Wirt, company G, June 20, 1864.

Private George W. Warden, company B, October 29,
1864.

1865.

Private William F. Boal, company E, April 2, 1865.
Private Thomas Clifford, company F, March 2, 1865.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 241

Private William Campbell, company I, February i8,
1865.

Private Joseph Datson, company F, March 2, 1865.

Private Jacob Dunkal, company C, April 17, 1865.

Private Jacob D. Foster, company G, March 29, 1865.

Private Levi H. Green, company A, March 7, 1865.

Private Alvah Holden, company I, January 25, 1865.

Private Joseph Herman, company K, February 13,
1865.

Private Adam Hulbert, company G, March 26, 1865.

Private George Huntwork, company F, May 26, 1865.

Private Lysander T. King, company T, May 6, 1865.

Private Henry Miller, company A, February 4, 1865.

Private Robert McKee, company A, April 6, 1865.

Private Charles Mullett, company D, June 22, 1865.

Private Ephraim Odell, company F, February i, 1865.

Private Melancthon Poe, company B, February 13,
1865.

Private Samuel Perry, company E, April 8, 1865.

Private Henry Swartz, company K, January 9, 1865.

Private James Simms, company A, March 4, 1865.

Major M. Wright, January 7, 1865.

Private Addison A. Way, company E, April 19, 1865.

Corporal George J. Young, company D, June 14,
1865.



242 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO



RECORD OF KILLED, WOUNDED AND CAPTURED IN THE
TWENTY-NINTH OHIO VOLUNTEERS DURING THE YEAR
1862.

COMPANY A.

First Lieutenant Everson J. Hulbert, wounded, June
9, 1862, Port Republic, Virginia.

Second Lieutenant Martin D. Norris, wounded, June
9, 1862, Port Republic, Virginia.

Corporal Joseph B. Dalrymple, wounded, June 9,
1862, Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Franklin B. Mowry, wounded, June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Henry P. Turner, wounded, June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private James E. March, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Theodore Smith, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Montezuma St. John, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Nelson W. Simmons, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Perry A. Decker, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Eli P. Young, wounded June 8, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

First Lieutenant Everson J. Hulbert, wounded August
9, 1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

First Sergeant Winthrop H. Grant, wounded August
9, 1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 243

Sergeant Silas G. Elliott, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Corporal James M. Loomis, wounded August 9,
1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private S. M. Coon, wounded August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private Mortimer Canfield, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Daniel Thatcher, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Rosalva W. Graham, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Nathaniel Wilder, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private S. E. Colburn,* captured March 23, 1862,
Winchester, Virginia.

Sergeant T. E. Hoyt,"^ captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private H. P. Turner,"*^ captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private P. A. Decker,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private E. J. Maltby,* captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private A. L. Rickard,"^ captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private J. A. Exceen,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private John Ellis,* captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Albert Frazier,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private F. B. Mowrey,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.



244 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private J. E. March, ^ captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Corporal W. B. Hoyt,* captured August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private C. Covert,* captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private C. Roth,* captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private John Sylvester,"^ captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private J. B. Broughton,* captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Eli P. Young,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Leonard Grover,* captured May 25, 1862,
Strasburg, Virginia.

COMPANY B.

Private Harvey Beckwith, killed March 20, 1862, Win-
chester, Virginia.

Corporal Levi K. Bean, killed March 23, 1862, Win-
chester, Virginia.

Private Monroe Burgett, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private George McNutt, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private N. A. Germond, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Alvinson Kinney, killed Angust 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Sergeant Rush Griswold, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Corporal Elbridge Potter, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 245

Corporal Frank Chapman, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private George Wright, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Henry Hicks, wounded August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private Henry Brainard, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Oscar Burbanks, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Lewis Montgomery, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private D. Newcomb, wounded August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private Robert Sills,"^ captured May 25, 1862, Stras-
burg, Virginia.

Private J. C. DeWolf,* captured May 25, 1862, Stras-
burg, Virginia.

Musician J. H. SeCheverell, captured May 14, 1862,
Winchester, Virginia.

Lieutenant Andy Wilson,* captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Sergeant J. E. Tanner,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Corporal A. J. Long worthy, ''^ captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Spencer Atkins,"^ captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Albert H. Benham,* captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private John W. Baur,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia; died in prison.

Private Job Brazee,"^ captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.



246 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private William D. Potter,"* captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private L. J. Phinney,"* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private S. A. Stanley,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private S. B. Wilder,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private G. W. Atkins,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

COMPANY c.

Second Lieutenant Frank F. Stewart, wounded August
9, 1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Sergeant George W. Britton, killed June 9, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Sergeant Henry W. Ryder, wounded June 9, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Corporal William A. Burwell, killed June 9. Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Corporal John Chapell, wounded August 9, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Corporal Algernon Kingsley, wounded August 9, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Corporal Allen Mason, wounded March 23, Winches-
ter, Virginia.

Private George Eastlick, wounded June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Joseph Hall, wounded August 9th, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private BeneviUe Miller, wounded March 23d, Win-
chester, Virginia.

Private David B. Parker, mortally wounded August
9th, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 247

Private William H. Runyan, wounded June 9th, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Allen A. Monty, killed June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Willis Sisley, killed June 9th, Port Republic,
Virginia.

Private Thomas Davis, wounded June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Joseph Wimby, wounded June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private John Williams, wounded August 9th, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private John Yokes, killed August 9th, Cedar Moun-
tain, Virginia.

Private H. M. Rice,* captured May 25th, Strasburg,
Virginia.

Private George D. Brockett,* captured May 25th,
Strasburg, Virginia.

Sergeant R. L. Jones,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Captain Edward Hayes,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Corporal H. C. Lord,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public Virginia.

Private Johnson Noble,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Benjamin F. Sperry,* captured June 9th, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private James Turton,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private N. H. Bailey,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private S. O. Crosby,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.



248 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private D. L. Lindley,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private R. W. Cross,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private J- Fleming,* captured June 9th, Port Republic,
Virginia.

Private M. Maloney,* captured June 9th, Port Repub-
lic, Virginia.

Private John A. Frazier,* captured June 9th, Port
Republic, Virginia.

COMPANY D.

Captain Myron T. Wright, wounded March 23,
1862, Winchester, Virginia.

Private Valentine Viers, wounded March 23, 1862,
Winchester, Virginia.

Private John Snyder"^, wounded March 23, 1862,
Winchester, Virginia.

Lieutenant Tames H. Grinnell, wounded June 9,
1862, Port Republic, Virginia.

Corporal Frederick C. Remley, killed June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Corporal William A. Hart, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private William Mendleson, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private* F. R. Johnson, killed June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Henry W. Morrel, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Theron W. Smith, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Lieutenant George W. Dice, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 249

Sergeant Lewis B. Stark, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Corporal George Foust, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Corporal James S. Alexander, wounded August 9,
1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Leonard E. Squares, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private William C. Finney, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private William D. Haynes, wounded August 9,
1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private John G. Stemhour, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Henry A. Thompson, wounded x\ugust 9,
1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Jacob Gardner, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Norman Cochran, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Marshall Hoagland, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Leonard Gaylord*, captured August 9, 1862,

Sergeant S. Woodbridge"^, captured August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private O. Brewster*, captured August g, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private W. H. Jones*, captured August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private J. Waite*, captured August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private E. Randall* captured August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.



250 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private J. Replogle"^, captured August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private John Hughes*, captured August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

COMPANY E.

Private Peter Vanskoik, wounded March 23, Win-
chester, Virginia.

Captain Horatio Luce, killed June 9, Port Republic,
Virginia.

Corporal Isaac Dalrymple, killed June 9, Port Repub-
lic, Virginia.

Private Frederick Brown, wounded June 9, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Lewis Weber, wounded June 9, Port Republic,
Virginia.

Private William Robinson, wounded June 9, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private James P. Bagley, killed August 9, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private Thomas McCarty, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Corporal Charles Howard, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Corporal N. L. Parmeter, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private S. J. Rockwell, captured March 23, 1862,
Winchester, Virginia.

Lieutenant William Neil, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private L. Hill, captured June 9, 1862, Port Republic,
Virginia.

Private James C. Jones, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. "251

Private Elijah Curtiss, wounded accidentally.

Private M. Mayhew, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Nelson Gillett, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Musician John S. Bellows, captured May 25, 1862,
Strasburg, Virginia.

Private Frances Colver, captured May 25, 1862,
Strasburg, Virginia.

Private Herman Sly, captured May 25, 1862, Stras-
burg, Virginia.

Private David W. Hall, captured May 25, 1862, Stras-
burg, Virginia.

COMPANY F.

Private Alexander Neil, killed March 23, 1862, Win-
chester, Virginia.

Private A. Case, wounded March 23, 1862, Winches-
ter, Virginia.

Private Sidney M. Smith, killed June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Frederick R. Johnson, killed June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Captain Eleazer Burridge, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

First Lieutenant Hamblin Gregory, wounded June 9,
1862, Port Republic, Virginia.

Sergeant Roland H. Baldwin, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Asa E. Santord, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

First Sergeant Joseph Jerome, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Aimer B. Paine, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.



252 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private Sheridan B, Smith, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Corporal Burton Pickett, killed August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private George N. Meno, killed August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Sergeant Aimer B. Paine, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Spencer 'E. Balch, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Thomas Bowling, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Peter Bowling, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Simpson McLeon, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.


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