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ensign; Reuben Davis, 1st sergeant; Wm. M. Edmonds, Charles J. Ed-
monds, Duane R. Butts, sergeants; Wm. Rothwell, Howell T. Howell,
James Courtenay, George T. Butta, corporals; George W. Noys, Daniel H.
Ruttan, musicians.

Privates. — Jacob Baker, Joseph Bersier, Joseph Bush, John M. Butler, John
Bardo, William Bullock, Franklin Beebee, Edmund Cooke, Henry D. Coats,
Allen Davis, Warren W. Day, Sidney Day, Hiram Dailey, John B. Dunbar,
Doty Devlin, Edward Dnnlava, Peter Dacheney, Joseph Delphne, Albert
Edmonds, Henry Guernett, Burling Gillett, Francis Gould, Nicholas Haight,
Andrew J. Hills, George Harris, Albom Hills, La Fayette Hall, Samuel II-
lingworth, John M, Johns, Stephen Johns, John Kenuey, Carlos Lathrop,
Amos Lovell, Henry Mahar, John Murphy, Christopher C. Miller, Johu
Merihue, Henry Mimtgomery, Albert McConnochie, John E. MacAuley,
Patrick O'Donrell, Oliver Pitcher, George Quincy, Augustus Ringfield,
John Rock, Eri Ruttare, Andrew J. Sweet, Robert Spears, Reuben Streeter,
Augustus Shodscliauskie, Charles Simonds, Francis Leger, Charles Spring-
steen, Allen Spears, Wilbnr Seymour, William Vickery, James W. Van
Arnara, James Van Antwerp, William Van Amam, Charles Warner, Wm.
G. Williams, Au&on Walker, Lawrence Ward, Henry H. Walker.

COMPANY K.
Enrolled May 17, 1861.

William H. Seymour,"" captain ; Leman W. Bradley,* lieutenant; Fayette M,
Butler,* ensign; Richard Esselstyn, 1st sergeant; James S. Reynolds,
Henry Dubois, John D. Nealy, Jr., sergeauta ; Johu W. Holsapple, Jacob
H. Groat, Abner P. Norton, Volkert Whitbeck, Jr., corporals ; Melvin 0.
Nash, Charles S. Seymour, musicians.

Privates — Robt. G. F. Alger,David Aahton, Stephen Austin, Luther Bain, Adel-
bert Barker, John Barry, John Jacob Bass, David Bell, Orlando Bell, Geo.
Brown, Geo.W. Bristol, Frank Carpenter, John Carter, A. Frank, B. Chace,
David S. CJobb, John B. Collins, Walter R. Conrow, Jennings Covey,
George W. Covey, Jacob Decker, John P. Dexter, Harrison Dingman,
Henry Duffy, E. Spencer Elmer, Alexander Firth, Stephen G. George,
Edgar Groat. George C. Hermance, John Kennedy, Frank A. Kertz, Wil-
liam E. Kirkland, Isaac C. Knowles, Earman Lasher, Robert D. Lathrop,
Charles Lewis, Jnhn C. Lotip, John Mnckey, George H. Macy, Frederick
Martlen, James McLaughlin, Peter B.McIins, Orville Nash, George Navin,
James T. Perkins, Washington Pindar, George Rattich, Nelson Reed,
George H. Rockefeller, Robert Rockefeller, Henry Rogers, Nelson Rora-
back, Albert C. Scbermerhorn, Henry Schofield, Thomas Shaw, Charles
Shoenn, Andrew Smith, Isaac Smith, Edmund Smith, Silvenius Snyder,
Edward Stevens, William E. Spencer, William H. Teal, John H. Towner,
David Van Benschoten.

26TH IKFANTRY.
FIELD AND STAFF AND COMPANY OFFICERS.

COLONELS.

Wm. H. Christian, com. June 20, 1861 ; res. Sept. 19, 1862.

Richard A. Richardson, com. Nov. 24, 1862; must, out with regt. May 28, 1863.

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL.

Gilbert S. Jennings, com. Nov. 29, 1862; must, out with regt. May 28, 1863.

MAJOR.

Ezra F. Wetmore, com. Nov. 29, 1862; must, out with regt May 28, 1863 (brcv.
col. U. S. Vols.).

ADJUTANTS.

Wm. K. Bacon, com, Aug. 14, 1861 ; died Dec. 15, 1862, of wounds received at

Fredericksburg, Va.
Charles Ackerman, com. Feb. 11, 1863 ; must, out with regt.

QUARTERUASTER8.

Wm. B. Blackwell, com. Aug. 27, 1861 ; res. March 1, 1862.
De Witt C. Starring, com. Feb. 11, 1863 ; must out with regt.

SURGEON.

Walter B. Coventry, com. Aug. 14, 1861; must, out with regt.

ASSISTANT SUBOEONS.

Aaron J. Steele, com. July 4, 1861 ; pro. to surg. 38th N. Y. Vols. Nov. 10, 1862.
Charles M. White, com, Nov. 6, 1862 ; missing Nov. 20, 1862.
Ichabod H. Searl, com. Aug. 27, 1862 ; must, out with regt.

CHAPLAINS.

Ira Smith, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res, Sept. 13, 1861.
Daniel W. Bristol, com. Oct 18, 1861 ; res, Jan. 3, 1863,

* See commissioned officera of regiment.



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HISTORY OF ONEIDA COUNTY, NEW YORK.



CAPTAINS.

Montgomer; CasBelman, com. July 4, 1861 ; killed in action, Aug. 30, 1862.

John T. Kingsbury, com. Nov. 10, 1862 ; iinist. ont with regt. May 28, 1863.

Geo. A. Blacltwell, coin. July 4, 1861; res. April 2, 1862.

W. Melvin Brown, com. April 9, 1862 ; res. July 24, 1862.

Wm. H. Chui-ch, com. Aug. 30, lSfi2 ; res. Nov. 14, 1862.

Wm. J. Harlow, com. Dec. 22, 1862 ; must, out with regt.

David Smith ; not mustered.

John H. Fairbanks, com. July 4, 1861; res. Aug. 7, 1861.

Edmund R. P. Shurley, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res. April 25, 1862.

Norman W. Palmer, com, Aug. 14, 18G1 ; must, out with regt.

Enoch Jones, com. May 16, 1863 ; not must, as uapt.

Geo, Arrowsmith, com. July 4, 1861 ; pro. to capt. and A.-A.-G. Vols, Sept. 9, 1862.

Wm. H. Neill, com. Nov. 10, 1862.

Anthony Brendle, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 6, 1861.

George A. Blackwell, com. Dec. 27, 1862 ; must, out with regt.

Cliarles E. Jennings, com. July 4, 1861 ; died of wounds, Oct. 1, 1862.

L. Frank Binder, com. Nov. 10, 1S62 ; must, out with regt.

Thomas Davis, com. July 4, 1861; killed in action, Aug. 30, 1862.

Edward A. Ross Lewin, com. Nov. 10, 1862 ; must out. with regt.

John H. Palmer, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 7, 1861.

Wm. R. West, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res. Jan. 11, 1862.

Charles B. Coveotry, com. Jan. 17, 1863 ; res. Oct. 19, 1862.

James H. McLaughlin, com. Dec. 22, 1862 ; must, out with regt.

James B. Caryl, com. July 4, 1861.

Emmett Harder, com. May 16, 1863; not must, as capt.

FIRST LIEUTENANTS.

Wm. E, Mercer, com. July 4, 1861; res. Aug. 7, 1861.
Gilbert N. Hay, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res. Nov. 5, 1861.
Enoch Jones, com. Not. 10, 1862; must, out with regt.
Wm, H. Halstead, com. May 16, 1863 ; not must, as 1st lieut.
Henry D. Barnett, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res. Oct. 28, 1861.
Charles E. Lasher, com. Nov- 18, 1861 ; res. April 7, 1862.
Martin H. Dunham, com. Feh. 11, 1863 ; must, out with regt.
Josiah E. Roberta, com. July 4, IS61 ; res. Nov. 7, 1861,
Wm. M. Millstead, com. Dec. 22, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Wm. C. Gardner, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res. Jan. 10, 1862.
William R. Gifford, com. May 26, 1863 ; not must, as 1st lieut.
Oliver W. Sheldon, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 6, 1861.
Charles Smith, com, Jan. 17, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Rufus D. Patton, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 6, 1861.
William Cone, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res. Nov. 7, 1861.
William H. Sanford, com. Nov. 18, 1861 ; must, out with regt,
John S. Jennings, com. Nov. 10, 1862; must, out with regt.
Jahez L. Miller, com. Nov. 10, 1862; must, out with regt.
Henry J. Flint, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 7, 1861.
Alonzo Thompson, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res, Jan. 11, 1862.
A, D. Lynch, com. Dec. 22, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Charles F. Barragar^ com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 7, 1861.
Emmett Harder, com. Aug. 14, 1861; must, out with regt.

SRCOND LIEDTENANTS.

Perry D. Hecock, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. July 21, 1861.

John Bevines, com. Nov. 24, 1862: must, out with regt.

Edward James, commissioned ; not mustered.

Charles H. Wample, com. April 14, 1862 ; res. Feb. 24, 1863.

Charles Hall, com. May 16, 1863; not mustered.

Edwin Harrington, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. July 20, 1861.

William H. Halstead, com. Nov. 18,1861; not must, as 1st lieut.; must, out

with regt.
Edward Chapman, com. May 16, 1863 ; not mustered.
Richard L. Hall, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 7, 1861.
Hugh Leonard, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; killed in action, Aug. 30, 1862.
Julius Ullman, com. Jan. 11, 1863 ; must, out with regt.
James Van Vleck, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 6, 1861.
Joseph Klienfeld, com. Feb. 11, 1863 ; must, out with regt.
John Bevines, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 6, 1861.
John Williams, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; not mustered ; declined.
Valentine Peters, com. Nov. 7, 1861 ; must, out with regt.
Frank Lee, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res. Oct. 29, 1862.
Alfred J. Swan, com. Dec. 22, 1862; must, out with regt.
Willard G. Halstead, com. Nov. 10, 1862; brev. capt. N. T. Vols.; must, out

with regt,
Oliver Cooley, com. May 16, 1863 ; not mustered,
John A. Kinney, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Aug. 7, 1861.
Charles R. Johnson, com. Aug. 14, 1861 ; res. Jan. 28, 1863.
William P. Gifford, com. Feb. 12, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Aaron Adams, com. May, 16, 1863 ; not mustered.

COMPANY A.

Organized at UUoa, May 1, 1861.
Montgomery Oasselman,* captain ; William E. Mercer,* lieutenant; Perry D.
Hecock,* ensign; Jabez L. Miller,* Ist sergeant; George White, ser-
geant; Thomas Beswick, Andrew Dischler, Joseph Haunsefeldner, cor-
porals.

* See commissioned officers of regiment.



iViwafes. — Joseph Annia, Andrew W. Blakeman, Daniel Ball, George H.
Brigham, William J. Campion (wounded at Frederickshurg, Va,,Dec. 13,
1862; diach. May 28, 1863; re-enl. in 10th Art., Co. A, Sept. 15,1864;
disch. July 7, 1865), John Clancy, John W. Clark, William Clumlnger,
Charles Cook, James Orask, Anthony Dean, Joseph Doody, Thouias R.
Eviius, Thomas T. Evans, William J. Evans, John Fort, Charles W.
Gooduow, Henry Hagnanor, John Handly, L. Cyrus Hughe.% Matthew
Hickey, Charles Keene, Robert Krotoskinsky, Edward Lee, Casper
Linsman, Martin Linsman, Godfrey W. Miller, John Miller, Edward F.
Morris, John A. O'Donnell, Harrison Pease, George Phelps, Willliam
Perkius (disch. at expiration of service, May 28, 1863), William Eatcliff,
Archibald Reed, Wendle Schremps, Duane Seelye (pro, to sergt. ; died
Dec. 15, 1862, of wounds received at Fredericksburg, Va.), George Stan-
cliffe, De Witt 0. Starring, Joseph Steel, Daniel H, Smith, James Smith,
William H. Smith, Merritt B. Storrs, James Swan, Joseph Tlioni, Riley
Thornton, James Watson, Silas Wright.

COMPANY B.
Organized at Vtica, April 25, 1861.

George A. Blackwell, captain ; Norman W. Palmer, lieutenaut ; Henry D. Bar-
nett, ensign ; Martin N. Dunham, lat sergeant; William Harlow, Edwin
T. Brown, sergeants ; James Miller, Charles H. Wample, Henry Van
Valkenburgh, Frank Cunningham, corporals.

iViua/^s.— Stephen Berton, William T. Brown, Luther Carter, John Coflin, Mat-
thew Craven, Abram W. Curry, Oscar 0. Davis, William Davidson, Charles
Dexon, James Devine, Henry Dorell, Fish Bccles, Frank D. Ingersoll,
Henry Frank, Allen Furguson, Bernard Gunning, William Harrison,
Morris P. Hall, Elam I .Holmes, John W, Holmes, Rensselaer Hollenbeck,
Joseph Keene, Lewis Jay, Edgar Kane, Edwin Kane, Patrick Kain,
William Kennedy, Edwin Lasher, George Lucas, Edwin Mudderman
John McCarty, Michael Murphy, Fred Myers, Richard Nightingale,
Henry Paterson, George Pelton, Thomas Pittam, John W. Remington,
John Roberts, Timothy Sullivan, James S. Solman, Charles Shear, Her-
bert S. Trask, Samuel Treat, William Tuller, John Walter, Franklin
Wallace, .Tnsoph White, Cyrenus C. Wing (died in Libby Prison, Rich-
mond, V;».j, Francis Williams.

COMPANY C.
OrganizPd at Utica, April 25, 1861.

John H. Fairbanks, captain ; Josiah E. Roberts, lieutenant ; Edwin Harrington,
ensign ; Johu S. Hurlburt, Ist sergeant; Wm. H. Neill, Wm. H. Halstead,
Charles Nash, sergeants ; Wm. H. Church, Henry C. Kilmer, Clark Little,
Patrick Hopkins, corporals.

Privates. — Samuel Anthony, Hiram Black, Isaac Bnrd, Nicholas Brewer, John
Carney, Samuel Chapman, James W. Cleaveland, Robert Cook, Benjamin
Cross, Charles Dennis, De Witt Davis, Austin Derrick, James Donelly,
Nicholas R. Duel, John J. Edick, William Ellis, James Ferry, Thomas
Francis, Samuel Gillet, Benjamin Gibbs, Joseph Gray (wounded at 1st
Bull Run; died in hospital at Washington, D. C, Oct. 5, 1862), Thomas
Haig, Henry Hemmingway, Willard Q. Halstead, John H. Hughes, Wm.
Jackson, Cliarles R. Johnson, Ralph G. Jones, David R. Junes, John Kear-
ney (must, out May 28, 1863), George Kingsbury, Benjamin F. Lawton,
Charles A. Leach, Nelson Luddington, Wm. McCann, Frederick McFall,
Howard C. Myer, John H. Norton, Thomas Owens, William Powers,
Leonard Regertz, Lewis L, Richmond, James Roach, James Robotliam,
John C. Roberts, Aaron Scott, Samuel Serine, Charles A. Sloan, Benjamin
Smith, John Smith, Patrick Solon, Joseph Tessey, William Tompkins,
Michael Welch, Philip D. Winchell, Hiram Wilsey, Wm. W. Worden,
John Yourdon.

COMPANY D.

Organized at ITtica, April 28, 1861 .

George Arrowsmith, captain; Wm. R. Weat, lieutenant; Richard L. Hall, en-
sign; Wm. C. Gardiner, Ist sergeant; Hugh Leonard, Nathan C. Wilbur,
Nelson J. Harris, sergeants; Clark C. Hibbard, David A. Farmer, Sabin
T. Bates, Eugene W. Tripp, corporals.

Privates. — Jay M Albert, Joseph Antoine, George S. Bradley, Michael Carrigan,
Johu Carrigan, George Clark, Walter Cox, Edward W. Cougar, Albert A.
Collier, George Dipley, John Dipley, Michael Donohue, Chauncey E.
Doty, Charles Edson, William Fisher, Edward Frost, Martin Galoin, Jas.
Gilboy, AmericuB Holmes, Daniel A. Hopkins, John Hughes, Erastua
Howard, Harry H.. Keeler, George Leonard, Albert Loveland, John S.
Lackey (disch. for disability Feb. 16, 1863), William W. Lawton, Peter
McGuire, Franklin Miller, Harvey S. Omans, Burdett Payson, John H.
Pardee, Arby Pardy, Wm. D. Phillips, Leroy Pratt, George Primmer,
George Pallen, Lorenzo Quant, Hiram Richmond, Edgar Seymour, Chas.
Sherman, Hiram H. Shapley, Hiram Sholes, Jacob Smith, Leroy Smith,
Fielder Snow, Nathan Snow, Gerritt Toole, Orrin A. Townsend, Lorenzo
Vibhard, Charles White, Charles Wilcox, Stephen Wbitton, Charles D.
Wilcox, Delos Wilcox.

COMPANY E.
Organized in Utica, Majf 6, 1861.

Antoine Brendle, captain; Oliver W. Sheldon, lieutenant; James Van Vleck,
ensign; Joseph Kleinfield, 1st sergeant; John Kohler, Frederick Saul,
Jeremiah O'Brien, sergeants; Philip Cooiirod, Philip Hablitz, John Old-
field, Charles Schmiett, corporals.



HISTORY OP ONEIDA COUNTY, NEW YORK.



653



Privates. — Ohftries Ackarman, Leander Allen, Edward Anderson, Joshua Bar-
ton, Jacob BiiBhort, George Bamhost, George H. Barns, Wm. H. Beeman,
Charlea E. Beach, Anthony Berger, William E. Bowen, Wm. H. Biestele,
Alex. Cameron, CharleB B. Coventry, Amoa Drake, Jacob Ernest, George
Evans, Anthony Frick, Martin Foster, George Gordon, Antony Gross,
Frederick Hauer, Moses Harrington, Edward Hayes, Martin Kelly,
Heury Kilbnrn, Wm. Koneohafszki, Christian Kohler, William Kleine,
Mattliias Leffler, George Lucaa, Wm. H. Loveless, David May, All.ert
Mapes, George P. Mohaney, William Morgan, Martin Mullen, John 0.
Phillips, William Phlor, John W. Remington, Jacob Riidin, William
Ribolin, John Roberts, Martin Shubert, Wm. H. Smith, Jacob Schreiber,
Charles F. Smith, Jacob Schwab, Frederick Schwab, Charles A. Smith,
Franklin Wallace, Thomas J. Walker, John G. Waterman, Nelson Victor,
Daniel Yosburg, Simon Zimmerman.

COMPANY F.
Organized at mica, April 26, 1861.

Ezra F.Wetmore, captain ; Rufus D. Patten, lieutenant; John Bevins. ensign;
Wm. H. Sanford, 1st sergeant; Oliver B. Cooley, Oliver D.Benjamin,
Valentine Peters, sergeanta; Pftter Boscoe, Thomas Beverage, Jeremiah
Powell, Matthew Brydeo, corporals.

Privates. — John Ackenuan, Theodore Ashley, Thomas H. Baker, Napoleon Bre-
voort, Frederick Bell, William H. Bliss, Michael Burns, Sherman P. Cas-
sety, Samuel Chatman, Charles H. Clark, Thomas Clanan, William Coan,
Amos Carter, Wm. F. Coagrove, Moses Dickinson, Royal Eastman, James
Excll, Jerome B.Fra2ier(lost leg at Fredericksburg, Va.), Timothy Gaff-
ney, Jerome Greene, Jasper L. N. Greene, Thomas Huntley, William
Jones, Harrison Keck, Truman Keck, William Kimble, Norman Kimble,
Andrew Kimble, Richard Laribe, Hiram Linbeck, Milton Linbeck, Paul
McClusky, Gary C. Miner, Wm. 0. Newcomb, Albert Nettleton, Adelbert
Palmer, Alonzo Penner, Andrew J. Penner, Hiram D. Reynolda, Cliarles
B. Richardson, James P. Richardson (killed at second Bull Run, Va.,
Aug. 30, 1862), Robert C. Roberts (disch. at exp. of service, May 28, 1863),
Zenas W. Sanford, Charles Scovell, Walsteio L. Steel (diach. for disabil-
ity), Sherman Sidney, George P. Thoma.s (disch. May 28, 1863), Hugh
Thomas, Nathaniel Traak, William E. Tuttle, John Waghorn, Gilbert
Welch, Thomas Welch, John Williams.

COMPANY I.

Organized at Ulica, May 10, 1861.

John H. Palmer, captain; Henry J. Flint, lieutenant; John W. Kinney, en-
sign; Daniel N. Tale, 1st sergeant; Charles R. Holmes, William P. Gif-
ford, James McLaughlin,sergeants; Edward Burnham, Alonzo A. Thomp-
Bon, ThomEie Cackett, George Hotchkin, corporals ; Eliaa J. Montgomery,
drummer; Anson D, Cleveland, fifer.

PrivateM. — Oscar M. Atwill, John Benjamin, Jeremiah Bass, John J. Benson,
Oscar Burdick, Jabez T. Burrows, George W. Clark, Henry C. Clark,
James Cox, John E. Conlan (died at Fort Lyons, Va., March 18,1862),
Joel M. Congdon, Hugh Collins (wounded in action; rlischarged; died
in April, 1864), Monroe (3owles, Thomas J. Daley, Charles H. Daley,
Henry Deitz, Michael Deitz, William Dillon, Stephen Duffy, Richard
Finn, John Grarvey, Vernon Garton, Julius M. Glazier, Isaac Goodwin,
Joseph C. Gray, Owen Graham, Jabez Greeman, Seymour Hayes, Gilbert
Hammond, Henry D. Hoskins, Alonzo Howe, Charles D. Hoyt, De Jay
JndBon (disch. May 28,1863), James Joslin, William Kent, John Leavens,
George La Claer, Charles Masou, Jofin 0, Mitchell, James R. McAdams,
Ray D. Morgan, Lorenzo D. Morgan, Albert Mozler, Staunton Park, Jr.,
Eugene Palmer, William Plunkett, George A. Reynolds, George W.
Ritter, Albert B. Shepard {pro. to Corp.), Reuben D. Spencer (pro. to
Corp.), Benjamin Stafford, John Stafford, Everett Thompson (re-enl. in
24th N. Y. Cav. in Jan. 1864), John G. Ward, Ephraim J. Willard, Heury
N. Webster (pro. to corp. ; disch. July 16, 1865), Charles P. Williams,
Eugene Wood, John Woodall.

COMPANY K.

Organized at Camden, May 14, 1861.

James B. Caryl, captain; Charles F. Barager, lieutenant; Emmett Harder, en-
sign; Benjamin J. Brooks, lat sergeant; Orlando B. Preston, Aaron
Adams, Albert D. Lynch, sergeants; Georga A. Sabin, Wakefield, Booth,
Uriah Lynch, Henry 0. Wait, corporals.

Privates.— J amea M. Barrett, Simon Blanchard, Jr., Charles Brace, Joshua
Brink, Egbert D. Cadwell, Peter Cinamon, Nathan C. Cowen, Amos Comp-
ton, Forbes CJooley, John H. Cooper, Jr., Robert Dearborn, Oscar Dear-
bora, Nelson Degroat, Robert Dockerty, William Delong, Justus Evans,
Jacob H. Franklin, Robert C. Fuller, George W. Gleason, Eleazer Has-
kin.Isaa^ W. Higgs, AIouzo Hover, John Howell, Edwin A. Johnston,
Wm. P. Ketchum, Charles W. Lanphier, Leander Lynch, Franklin N.
Manly, Thomas J, Matteson, Amos Mullen, George Niver, John W.
Pearce, Joel W. Peraoneus, Alonzo Phalen, Byron Pitney, George Ran-
dolph, Samuel Rightmire, Cornelius Rightmlre, Elbert Rounds, Charles
H. Seeley, Elijah Smith, Eleazer Valentine, John Vandemark, Isaac M.
Walker, Andrew G. Walker, Lorenzo Warner, James Warner, Amasa
Westbrook, Eli F. Westfall, John H. Wheeler, James N. Wluchell Oliver
Williams, James Witherell, Amzi W. Wright.



60TH UTFANTRY (ENGINEEES).

COMPANY C.

Mustered into tfie United States service in August and September, 1861.

Wesley Biainard, captain (pro. to major, Dec. 29, 1862; to colonel loth N. Y.
Eng., Dec. 12, 18G4; must, out as vet., July 2, 1865); George N. Folley,
1st lieutenant (pro. to captain, Dec. 29, 1863); John J. Carroll, Ist ser-
geant f pro. to 2d lieutenant; res. May 25,1863); Simeon H. Brown, Chaa.
Brainard, sergeants; Arthur B. Avery, Joseph A. Cook, Philip Worth,
Byron R. Seamans, corporals; Henry J. Cruiksbanks, artificer (disch.
June 13,1865).

Privates. — Peter Belcher, Hiram E. Butler, Thomas Colopy. Orrin S. Crandall,
Avery Dawley, William Edy, Wallace S. Fuller, Bonj. F. Griswold (disch.
June 13,1865), Richard H. Gardner, Abraham Harrison, John Lynts, Jr.,
Thomas Meek, Chester Myers, David Rees, Benj. A. Snow, Wallace R.
Simpson, George K. Smith, John T. Tyler, Robert E. Thayer, Chaa. H.
Waterman, George Youngs, George Young.

COMPANY D.
Mustered into service in August a7id September, 1861.
Pi-itidte*.— Franklin Cornish, Alex. Curamings, Elijah M. Sandford.

COMPANY B.
Mustered in Aug. 29, 18G1.
Pr(i-aiM.— Alexander Allen, John Cross, Chester Covell, Nicholas Drewey,
Charles N. Eddy, John G. L. Henry, Jacob Hoff, Daniel Swartflgure.

63D INFANTEY.
COMPANY D.
Mustered in from Sept. 9, to Oct. 24, 1861.
Washington Deming, Henry K. Dikeman, corporals.

PHvates. — George W. Digest, Arthur White, George A. Arnott, De Witt King,
John Donovan, Henry Davis, John Kingsley, John Wicks, Starchus
Mann, Peter Lightball, Daniel Cline, George A. Levris, William D. Arm-
strong, George T. Kent, Richard Owens, Albert W. Clark, George H.
Cook, Robert Hazlett, Nathaniel Darling, James Johnson, Edwin Tibbits,
Richard Congar, John F. Miller, Linus H. Northrup, Alba Latom.

57TH INFANTRY.

■ COMPANY B.
MusUred in from Sept. 24 to Oct. 22, 1861.

N. Garrow Tiiroop, captain (pro. to major, Oct. 27, 1862 ; died Jan. 12, 1863, of
wounds received at Fredericksburg).

Privates. — Gei rge Akert, George W. Brown, Julius F. Bennett, James C. Bron.son,
Wm. A. Curtiss, Evan Davies, Wm. H. Devoe, John 0. Edwards, John
Evans, Edward Fletcher, James Harrington, William Jones, Thomas
Lane (twice slightly wounded in head ; disch. at exp. of service), Stephen
Lent, James W. Magill, Thomas Magill, Michael Mart, Fredei ick Martin,
Napoleon B. March, Robert F. Powell, Richard B. Pngh, David Rees,
Philip Sang, Henry Sang, Hugh Thoruman, Henry Weiss, Edward White,
Edwin J. Williams, John Williams, George W. Hayes, Franklin L. Hayes,
Wm. R. Thomas, Caspert Thomas, Andrew M. Davis, Henry Griffiths,
Edmund R. Halstead, James Parker, Patrick Wade, Siiinuel Canfield,
John Sackendy, Thomas Sackendy, Thomas H. Wilson (diu'd at Shipping
Point, Va., Apiil 26, 1862), George E. Caswell, C.W. Hamlin, John Moll,
Stephen P. White, William P. Toppin, Joseph A. Lathrop, Henry Carr,
Edmund P. Whitney, Peter Bice, John W. Cair, Lenzo Storing, John Will,
Calvin Jones, Joseph Herder, Archibald McElray, James H. Lightheart,
John De Marse, John Ryan, Roburt Thompson, Benjaniin Goodman,
Patrick Morgan, Albert Lee (disch. in February, 1863), Albert Goodman,
David H.Payne (wounded at Fredericksbuig, Va.; died Jan. 20, 1863),
Benjamin Skinner, W. S. Stockwell, Nelson Simcbeck, Emmett McEntee,
Samuel Hecox, Edwin H. Shorey, Levi Lent, James Schaubecker, Charles
B. Hecox, John J. Bowan, Barney Kidder, Damon Allen, Francello Allen,

Joshua Dippey, Cavendor, Dirk, Haberman, Kenyon,

Mayne, Sullivau, James F. Clark, Benj. F. Whiting, Charles E.

White (wounded at Wilderness, Va. ; disch. Jan. 29, 1865 ; re-enl. ; disch.
Sept. 2, 1865).

RECRUITS FOR 57TH.— 1862.

Priwates.— William Cahuon, Jumes Kitchen, Nicholas G. Weaver, John E. Van
Tassel.

61ST INFANTRY,

RECRUITS.
Mustered into service in the winter of 1862-63.
Pnva^cs.— William Adams, John H. Bronson, Thomas Barzier, William Catter,
James Dolan, Thomas Grady, Thomas Goodman, Albert H. Harwood,
William T. Hart, William Murphy, Richard Mansfield, Michael O'Brien,
Patrick Quigley, Thomas Riley, James A. Smith, C. Louis Veilley, Jauies
Weaks, William White, David Woods, William West, James Warer.



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68TH IWTANTEY.

COMPANY C.

Enrolled in August^ 1861.

Privates. — Matthias Bechter, Philip Bruch, Matthias Haunes, Friedrich Martell.

COMPANY D.
Enrolled in Aibgust, 1861.
Privates. — John Haas, August Leroy.

COMPANY E.
Enrolled in August, 1861.
Privates. — Jacob Ernst, Adolph Fleck, Carl Gronenbold, Eugene Kammerer,
Julius Swetz.

COMPANY H.
Enrolled in July, 1861.
Privates. — Christian BouhoiBl, Valentine Dehubardt.

75TH INFANTRY.
COMPANY E.
Enrolled in September and October, 1861.
William Henry Knapp, 5th sergeant.

76TH INFANTRY.

COMPANY A.
Enrolled in the fall of 1861.
Ira 0. Potter, sergeant (pro. to 2d lieut, July 31, 1863; to Ist lieut., Feb. 17,
1864; must, out at exp. of seiTice, Nov. 18, 1864); Robert Southwortb,
mufiician.
Privates. — James Edwards, John F. Potter.

78TH INFANTRY (Eagle Brigade).

COMPANY D.
Enrolled in the winter of 1861-62.

W. H. Reynolds, captain (disch. May 4, 1863) ; Pierson B. Peterson, Ist lieutenant
(died Oct. 27, 1862, of wounds received at Antietam, Md.) ; David Jones,
2d lientenant (pro, to Ist lieiit. ; to capt. ; res. Sept. 25, 1863); Watson
Parish, Ist sergeant; Wm. H. Bortle, John Frost, Lucius D. Rawlingson,
George Hall, sergeants; Julius V. Bliss, Carroll RoIliiiid,Tliom:isNeniireB,
Chna. F. T>oUe, James Neill, Wesley A. Devendorf, Eilward Tyler, cor-
porals; Samuel T. Smith, musician ; James Clenry, wagoner.

Privates. — George N. Boughton, Michael Braiu, Julius V. Bliss, Wm. H. Bortle,
Thomas Burden, Juhn Cuvtin, Thomas Clinton, James Cleary, James H.
Chapiu, Henry Davis, Robert M. Davenpbrt, Charles F. Doke, David



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