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Private George A. Patchen, wounded August 9, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private Jabin S. Buston, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Charles F. Waldron, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

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

Private John C. McLeon, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private L, Walker"^, wounded August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private Pomeroy Smith*, captured August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Ellison Reed, Jr., killed June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Lieutenant H. Gregory"^, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 253

Sergeant Solon Hall,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Corporal George Woodford, captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Corporal N. B. Noyes,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

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

Private C. VanValkenburg,* captured August 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

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

Private Charles Cain,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private William Call,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Peter Dowling,* captured June 9, 1862, Port Republic,
Virginia.

Private Martin P. Durkee, captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Jason Manley,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

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

Private Eliphalet S. Ontis,* captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Peter Smith,* captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Edson Reed,* captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Ferris Townsend,* captured May 25, 1862,
Strasburg, Virginia.

Private Newton Hummiston,* captured May 25, 1862,
Strasburg, Virginia.



254 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private George F. Hewitt,* captured May 25, 1862,
Strasburg, Virginia.

Private James Whitney,* captured May 25, 1862, Stras
burg, Virginia.

COMPANY G.

Second Lieutenant W. P. AVilliamson, killed March
23d, Winchester, Virginia.

Corporal Charles Robinson, killed June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private Jacob Rosenbaum, killed June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Captain J. J. Wright, wounded August 9th, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Sergeant Alexander C. French, killed August 9th,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private James W. Smith, wounded June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private M. Grenewald, wounded August 9th, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Lieutenant Cary H. Russell,* captured June 9th,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Sergeant W. F. Chamberlain,* captured June 9th,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Sergeant C. W. Martin,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Sergeant George Strohl,* captured June 9th, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private C. F. Remley,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private William Fisher,* captured June 9th, Port Re.
public, Virginia.

Corporal C. Zeittle,* captured June 9th, Port Repub-
lic, Virgmia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 255

Corporal John Kummer,*. captured June 9th, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Corporal E. T. Green,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private C. Bragington,"^ captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private C. Lantz,* captured June 9th, Port Republic,
Virginia.

Private T. McCain,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

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

Private J. Campbell,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private H. Geer,* captured June 9th, Port Republic,
Virginia.

Private William Wirt,* captured June 9th, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

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

Private William Gorrington,* captured June 9th, Port
Republic, Virginia.

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

Private John Worth,* captured May 9th, near Eden-
burg, Virginia.

COMPANY H.

Private Lewis Harris, mortally wounded March 23,
1862, Winchester, Virginia, died April 7, 1862.

Private Robert M. Wilkins, killed August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Reuben Farnam, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.



256 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private Hiram Root, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Samuel W. Hart, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Captain Jonas Schoonover, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Alfred Hazzen, wounded August 9, 1862, Ce-
dar Mountain, Virginia.

Private L. Rodgers, wounded August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Lieutenant Thomas W. Nash, captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Corporal E. Oberholtz, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private John Heffiefinger, captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private S. W. Hart, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private J. C. Stall, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private W. H. Connell, captured May, 1862, near Ed-
enburg, Virginia.

COMPANY I.

Corporal Alfred Bishop, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private James H. Freman, killed June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private John Everhard, killed June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Sergeant Ransom D. Bilhngs, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private William H. Abbott, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS,



257



Private Albert Alderman, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

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

Private William Pond, wounded August 9, 1862, Ce-
dar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Ransom Craigl, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private Michael Greenwalsh, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private W. J. Waterman, killed June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Lieutenant B. N. Smith, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Sergeant John G. Marsh, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia,

Private R. S. Krahl, killed August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virgmia.

Private B. McArthur, wounded August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private James Winters, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Lieutenant R. B. Smith, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Lieutenant E, B. Woodbury, captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia,

Private William Gilbert, captured May 25, 1862, Stras-
burg, Virgmia.

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

Private J. Roup, captured June 9, 1862, Port Repub-
lic, Virginia.

Private W. J, Eldred, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

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258 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private W. Waterman, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private A. A. Woodruff, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

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

Private James M. Perkins, captured August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Private James Sowers, captured May, 1862, near Ed-
inburg, Virginia.

Sergeant G. Cowgill, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Sergeant J. Walsh, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Corporal C. Gove, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia..

Corporal C. Beech, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Repubhc, Virginia.

Corporal A. Woodruff, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

COMPANY Kr
AND FIELD AND STAFF.

First Sergeant Christopher C. Johnson, wounded June
9, 1862, Port Republic, Virginia.

Color Sergeant Ulysses S. Hoxter, wounded June 9,
1862, Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Frederick A. Rounds, wounded June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

Private Ferdinand Burt, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

First Sergeant Christopher C. Johnson, wounded Au-
gust 9, 1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 259

Sergeant William E. Gray, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Corporal Cornelius O. Hinkle, wounded August 9,
1862, Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Corporal Jonathan Taylor, wounded August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.

Sergeant V. S. Horter, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Frank Hibbard, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private David Mclntyre, killed June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private Ph. M. Griggs, wounded August 9, 1862, Ce-
dar Mountain, Virginia.

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Clark, wounded and cap-
tured June 9, 1862, Port Republic, Virginia.

Major John S. Clemmer, wounded June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Captain David E. Hurlburt, captured June 9, 1862,
Port Republic, Virginia.

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

Sergeant G. C. Judd, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private F. Rounds, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private F. J. Hibbard, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virgmia.

Private G. W. Dean, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private D. Phillips, captured August 9, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private William Fitzgerald, captured August 9, 1862,
Cedar Mountain, Virginia.



26o TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private G. P. Strong, captured August g, 1862, Cedar
Mountain, Virginia.

Private H. H. Fenton, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private J. Williams, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private John Sarsfield, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Sergeant A. D. Benjamin, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Corporal W. S. Hoxter, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Corporal Luther Kinney, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private F. Johnson, captured June 9, 1862, Port Re-
public, Virginia.

Private D. Mclntyre, captured June 9, 1862, Port
Republic, Virginia.

Private J. Jenks, captured June 9, 1862, Port Repub-
Hc, Virginia.



RECORD OF KILLED, WOUNDED AND MISSING OF THE
TWENTY-NINTH OHIO VOLUNTEERS AT THE BATTLE OF
CHANCELLORSVILLE, VIRGINIA, ON THE 1ST, 2D AND
3D OF MAY, 1863.

Private F. B. Mowrey, company A, wounded.
Private R. E. Woodbury, company A, wounded.
Private M. M. Canfield, company A, wounded.
Private Isaac Monger, company A, wounded.
Private D. Thatcher, company A, wounded.
Private L. M. Johnson, company A, missing.
Corporal Daniel T- Baur, company B, wounded.
Corporal Nathan G. Germond, company B, wounded.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 261

Sergeant Rush Griswold, company B, missing.
Private Vaness Jordan, company B, missing.
Second Lieutenant Henry M. Ryder, company C,
wounded and died.

Sergeant Charles C. Fitts, company C, wounded.
Private Julius Lavelle, company C, wounded.
Private Andrew W. Mann, company C, wounded.
Private M. Maloney, company C, wounded.
Private George D. .Brockett, company C, missing.
Private Samuel E. Fay, company C, missing.
Private Henry C. Lord, company C, missing.
Private William Yokes, company C, missing.
Private John Warren, company C, missing.
Private Samuel Shanefelt, company D, killed.
Private Norman Cochran, company D, wounded.
Private Andrew Hunsicker, company D, wounded.
Private Edward Spicer, company D, wounded.
Private Henry Thompson, company D, wounded.
Private George J. Young, company D, wounded.
Private John H. Hill, company D, killed.
Private Thomas Shultz, company E, wounded and
died.

Private Lorenzo Norton, company E, wounded.
Private Rufus Hurlburt, company E, wounded.
Private Sherman Tuttle, company E, wounded.
Private D. B. Franklin, company E, missing.
Private Roby Dewey, company E, missing.
Private Daniel Piatt, company E, missing.
Corporal Alonzo Cole, company F, wounded.
Private Orlando Wilson, company F, wounded.
Private Jehial Johnson, company F, wounded.
Private Charles Canfield, company F, wounded.
Sergeant Charles T. Waldron, company F, missing.
Corporal Isaac J. Houghkirk, company F, missing.



262 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private Peter Bowling, company F, missing.

Private William Sober, company F, missing.

Sergeant Edward F. Smith, company G, killed.

Private William Wirt, company G, wounded.

Private Thomas White, company G, wounded.

Private Justus Townsley, company G, wounded.

Private Julius McCain, company G, wounded.

Private Andrew Halman, company G, wounded.

Private Henry Ewell, company G, wounded.

Private John F. Weidle, company G, wounded.

Private George Guest, company G, wounded.

First Sergeant Wilbur F. Chamberlain, company G,
missing.

Private Albert Hall, company G, missing.

Private William H. Hartley, company G, missing.

Private Eli Overholtz, company H, wounded.

Private Andrew Robinson, company H, wounded.

First Lieutenant Andrew J. Fulkerson, company H,
missing.

Private Henry Wolf, company H, missing.

Private William Lutz, company H, missing.

Corporal Warren Wilbur, company I, wounded.

Private Thomas Sharkey, company I, wounded.

Private Ferdinand Cutler, company I, wounded.

Sergeant Newton B. Adams, company I, missing.

Corporal Almon Woodruff, company I, missing.

Private Joseph Baker, company I, missing.

Captain David E. Hurlburt, company K, wounded.

Private James Williams, company K, wounded.

Private Ferdinand Burt, company K, wounded.

Private Joseph Marsh, company K, wounded.

Private David Turner, company K, wounded.

Private Osmond O. Oliver, company K, missing, never
heard from.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 263

Private Edson G. Holcomb, company K, missing.
Private Fred Rounds, company E, wounded.
Lieutenant E. J. Hurlburt, company A, wounded.

RECAPITULATION.

Commissioned officers Killed o. Wounded, 3. Missing, i

Non-commissioned officers and
privates Killed 2. Wounded, 42. Missing, 26

Total Killed 2. Wounded, 45. Missing, 27

Casualties 72



RECORD OF KILLED AND WOUNDED OF THE TWENTY-
NINTH OHIO VOLUNTEERS AT THE BATTLE OF GETTYS-
BURG, PENNSYLVANIA, JULY 2D AND 3D, 1 863.

First Lieutenant J. G, Marsh, company D, killed.
First Sergeant George Hayward, company E, killed.
Private Benjamin F, Pontius, company D, killed.
Private J. Johnson, company F, killed.
Private John Williams, company C, killed.
Private Mathias Soden, company K, killed.
Private Jacob Gardner, company D, wounded.
First Sergeant J. Kessinger, company I, wounded.
Corporal J. Reed, company I, wounded.
Private Sidney A. Kennedy, company I, wounded.
Corporal Eli Rushon, company I, wounded.
Corporal George Putney, company E, wounded.
Private James Rounds, company B, wounded.
Private M. A. Rowe, company B, wounded.
Private William Jennings, company H, wounded.
Private Hiram C. Hill, company G, killed.
Private M. B. Haskins, company B, wounded.
Private Ed. Farr, company H, wounded.
Private O. O. Wright, company H, wounded.
Sergeant C. Woodford, company F, wounded.



264 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Corporal G. McLain, company F, wounded.
Private Thomas Dowling, company F, wounded.
Corporal Loren Frisby, company F, wounded.
Private E. L. Gray,* company F, wounded.
Private Alpheus Hardy,* company F, wounded.
Private A. W. Hardy, company F, wounded.
Private E. F. Mason, company C, wounded.
Private B. Miller, company C, wounded.
Private E. O. Miller, company C, wounded.
Private T. J. Merrell, company C, wounded.
Private W. H. Runyon, company C, wounded.
Private Obed Knapp, company C, wounded.
Private Esick Blanchard, company K, wounded.
Sergeant John A. Kummer, company G, wounded.
Private Tallis E. McKain, company G, wounded.
Private Harry Gould, company G, wounded.
Private Isaac Munger, company A, wounded.
Private F. B. Mowery, company A, wounded.
Private Ed. J. Brown, company A, wounded.
Private C. Hedrick, company A, wounded.

RECAPITULATION.

Killed 7

Wounded 33

Total 40



RECORD OF CASUALTIES OF THE TWENTY-NINTH REGIMENT
OHIO VOLUNTEERS, FROM MAY 3, 1 864, TO JANUARY 27,
1865.

First Lieutenant Winthrop C. Grant, company A,
killed, Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Adrian M. Knowlton, company A, killed, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 265

Private Franklin Potter, company A, killed, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John Keppler, company C, killed. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John Gray, company C, killed. Dug Gap, Geor-
gia, May 8, 1864.

Sergeant Samuel Wooldridge, company D, killed, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Corporal George Foust, company D, killed. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Thomas J. Bare, company D, killed. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John W. Steese, company D, killed, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Sergeant Ellis T. Treen, company G, killed, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Sergeant Christian F Remley, company G, killed, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Curtis M. Lanty, company G, killed. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private W. H. Connell, company H, killed, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Eli C. Joles, company H, killed. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Charles Osborne, company H, killed. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Martin Smith, company H, killed. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Tobias R. Phinney, company I, killed. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Henry Rapp, company I, killed. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Cass M. Nimms, company I, killed, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.



266 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private Amos Long, company K, killed, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Cyrus Roath, company A, killed, Pine Knob,
Georgia, June 16, 1864.

Private Eber F. Bennet, company D, killed, Pine Knob,
Georgia, June 16, 1864.

Sergeant Andrew L. Rickard, company A, killed, Pine
Knob, Georgia, June 15, 1864.

First Sergeant Joel E. Tanner, company B, killed, Pine
Knob, Georgia, June 15, 1864.

Private Jabin S. Dusten, company F, killed. Pine
Knob, Georgia, June 15, 1864.

Private Lewis J. Phinney, company B, killed, Dallas,
Georgia, May 29, 1864.

Private A. W. Atkins, company B, killed, Dallas, Geor-
gia, May 29, 1864.

Private C. A. Davis, company B, killed, Dallas, Geor-
gia, May 29, 1864.

Private W. Hasting, company D, killed, Dallas, Geor-
gia, May 26, 1864.

Sergeant J. H. Marsh, company K, killed, Dallas,
Georgia, May 25, 1864.

. Private James Baker, company I, killed, near Kenesaw,
Georgia, July 2, 1864.

Sergeant Thomas Davis, company H, killed. Pine
Knob, Georgia, June 16, 1864.

Corporal James Gunn, company I, killed. Pine Knob,
Georgia, June 16, 1864.

Private W. F. Harrington, company G, killed. Peach
Tree Creek, Georgia, July 20, 1864.

Private Benjamin R. Lee, company H, killed. Peach
Tree Creek, Georgia, July 20, 1864.

Sergeant D. Ransom (James ?) Billings, company I,
killed, near Atlanta, Georgia, July 28, 1864.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 267

Private C. W. Kellogg, company C, wounded, Pine
Knob, Georgia, June i6, 1864.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS WOUNDED.

Colonel William T. Fitch, Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8,
1864.

Lieutenant-colonel Edward Hayes, Dug Gap, Georgia,
May 8, 1864.

Adjutant James B. Storer, Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8,
1864.

First Lieutenant George W. Dice, Dug Gap, Georgia,
May 8, 1864.

First Lieutenant W. F. Chamberlain, Dug Gap, Geor-
gia.

First Lieutenant George W. Dice, Pine Knob, June
16, 1864, since died.

Captain W. F. Stevens, Dallas, Georgia, May 25, 1864.

Captain Myron T. Wright, Peach Tree Creek, Geor-
gia, July 20, 1864.

Major Myron T. Wright, December 19, 1864; died at
Savannah, Georgia, January 7, 1865.

Sergeant Thaddeus E. Hoyt, company A, wounded,
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Sergeant A. L. Rickard, company A, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John Ellis, company A, wounded. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864,

Private N. A. Germond, company B, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private George Wright, company B, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private William Potter, company B, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John Edwards, company B, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.



268 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private Andrew Bright, company B, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Corporal Allen Mason, company C, died of wounds,
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private D. C. Lindsley, company C, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.
^ Private George D. Brackett, company C, wounded,
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private William Yokes, company C, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Samuel E. Fany, company C, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private James Wenham, company C, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Henry C. Lord, company C, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Obed Knapp, company C, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Corporal M. Hougland, company D, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Rufus T. Chapman, company D, wounded,
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Jabin S. Duston, company F, wounded, Dallas,
Georgia, May 25, 1864.

Private John Montgomery, company D, wounded,
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Jacob Gardner, company D, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Charles A. Downey, company D, wounded,
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Henry Hane, company D, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John H. Hughes, company D, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 269

Private Levi Baughman, company D, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Charles Steese, company D, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John Burkert, company D, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 25, 1864.

Private D. C. Stevens,* company I, wounded. Dug ,
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Seth M. Thomas, company D, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Theron W. Smith, company D, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private David M. Brown, company D, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Thomas White, company G, wounded, Dallas,
Georgia, May 27, 1864.

Private Isaac Medsker, company D, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John J, White, company D, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

First Sergeant A. J. Andrews, company E, wounded
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Corporal Hiram Thornton, company E, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Corporal Hiram Dalrymple, company E, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Barney Buck, company E, wounded. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private J. Bennet Powers, company E, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Thomas Franklin, company E, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Franklin Flood, company F, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.



270 TWENTY-NINTH OHIO

Private Alonzo Cole, company F, wounded, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Color Corporal Hammond W. Geer, company G,
wounded, Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, .1864.

Private George F. Braggington, company G, wounded,
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864 (died).

Private George I. McCormick, company G, wounded.
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John Woodard, company G, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private William Woodard, company G, wounded, Dal-
las, Georgia, May 27, 1864.

Private George Murray, company G, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Corporal Floyd Morris, company H, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Henry J. Knapp, company H, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private James Perrine, company H, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John Smith, company H, wounded, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John H. Wright, company H, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private James Wild, company G, wounded. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Sergeant Newton B. Adams, company I, wounded,
Dug Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private William Gilbert, company I, wounded. Dug '
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Abel Archer, company I, wounded. Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private A. W. Woldridge, company I, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.



VETERAN VOLUNTEERS. 27 I

Private Theodore Hawk, company I, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Alvah Holden, company I, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private C. H. Kindig, company I, wounded, Dug Gap,
Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private Hiram Newcomb, company I, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private James Perkins, company I, wounded, Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.

Private John Shannon, company I, wounded. Dug
Gap, Georgia, May 8, 1864.


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