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Scovil, George L. Tipple, Selden H. Talcott, Ransom Tanner, Reuben B.
Tanner, Zelotus VanSlyke, Wm. B. VanBustirk, Martin Waldron, Henry
S. Wetherbee, Ruber C. Wellman, Sylvester Washburn, Edward A. Wil-
kinson, Nelson T, Wood, Dennis Whitford (pro. to sergt. ; disch. in April,
1864 ; re-enlisted), Theodore M. Woodruff, Edward Williams, Wm. H.
Wheeler, Wm. H. Warrington, George C. Wicks, John W. Willson, Chas.
York (disch. June 16, 1865).

192D INFANTRY.
COMPANY A.
Enlisted in January and February, 1865.
Pri7)afc».— James Brady, William AHen, Philip Beck, Thomas Cain, Thomas
Clarke, Thomas Carpenter, Peter Connor, Andrew Cook, Michael Don-
nelly, William Gorman, Henry Hoflfman, Charles G. Hill, Charles Hull,
Henry Hall, James Jones, Patrick Kennedy, Michael Kane, William
Martin, John Martin, Thomas McCarthy, James McCue, John Minor,
David Miller, James Morris, Peter McGuire, John McKeever, James
O'Connor, William Powers, James Sullivan, Thomas Wilson, Michael
Williams, Charles Williams, Thomas H. Watson.

COMPANY B.
Enlisted in January and February, 1865.
Privates.— JoBsph Barton, John Boyle, William Brown, William Brady, William
Dunn, Daniel Dillon, John Dubois, John F. Duffy, John Bgan, Thomas
Ennis, Gideon Fails, William Farley, John Flynn, Patrick Halpin,
George Holland, Michael Hunt, Thomas Henigan, Edward Hayes, James
Hardy, John Howland, John Kennedy, John Kearney, George Knapp,
James Kelly, Michael Keenan, Frederick Keenan, Samuel Kisker, Frank
Labare, Patrick Lynch, Michael Lynch, Thomas Moore, Owen Mallin,
Patrick McCarty, William Moore, James McGlone, John Mills, Thomas
Murpby, John McCann, John W. Mesick, John Mackey, William Ryan,
David Ruff, Michael Riley, James Russell, John Reynolds, Philip
Schaffer, Andrew Stnith, John Sweeney, Edward Smith, George W.
Thompson, Thomas Wall, David Whiting, John Wallace, John W. Wes-
ley, Thomas Welch, David Willis, William Wallace.



COMPANY 0.
Enlisted in January and February, 1865.
Privates. — William Burns, John Daly, Thomas Finley, Daniel Lenox, Andrew
Mackey, Harry Manning, George Olden, Charles Prior, John Take,
Henry Williams.

COMPANY D.
Enlisted in January, February, and March, 1866.
John Murphy, private.

COMPANY E.
Enlisted in January, February, and March, 1865.
iViuates.— Henry Burke, Oliver Dana, James Jones, John McBride, James
Sullivan.

COMPANY F.
Ihilisted in January, February, and March, 1865.
John Quinn, private.

193D INFANTRY.

COMPANY A.

Enrolled in February and March, 1865.

John Jones, captain ; com. May 6, 1865 ; brev. maj. U. S. Vols. ; must, out with

regt., Jan. 18, 1866.
Privates. — Gerhard F. Bladen, Thomas Boyle, William Boyd, John Burke (1st),
John Burke (2d), Thomas Burke, Felix Byrnes, John Brophy, Bernard
Cavanaugli, James ConlifF, John Coony, James Carroll, Charles Conroy,
Edward Delancy, George Dean, Charles Dwight, Thomas Daley, Michael
Dillon, James H. Enright, Charles Elliott, Willie L. Egarson, Patrick
Garvin, Sylvester S. Green, James Hart, Thomas Harrigan, Jeremiah
Harrington, John Hays, William Hayg, Chai-les Hnyt, Charles Jones,
Joseph Johnson, Patrick Kiernan, Lawrence Kily, George Lawrence,
Thomas E. Lawrence, John H. May, James McCarty, Charles McCarty,
Thomas McGuire, James McCoy, Richard Murphy, Charles Murry, John
O'Brien ( il), William O'Connor, Thomas Quinn, Charles Randall, Albert
Read, Jtiiiies Ryan (1st), James Riley, John Rodgers, John Smith (1st),
John Smith (2d), Patrick Smith, William Stone, Allen Stephens, Thomas
Udell, Joseph Wheeler, James Collins, John Hanley, Henry Meyers,
John Ray, John Reardon, Joliu McTiernie, Henry D. Tyrrel, John
Dooney.

COMPANY K.
John Ryan, private, enl. Feb. 7, 1865.

2D C* BLACK HORSE") CAVALRY.
COMPANY H.
EtiroUed in Augiist, September, and October, 1861.
George H. Ward, Ist lieutenant (com. Nov. 19, 1861 ; must, out with regt.,
March 31, 1862); James Spencer, sergeant; Moulton Le Clar, corporal;
Privates. — Alfred Butler, Lafayette Chase, John Cronk, Charles Cavanay,
Benjamin Davis, Leroy Drake, Philander N. Gausey, John M. Joslin,
Flavel Murphy, William Poyser, Smith Sherman, Robert Short.

3D CAVALRY.

COMPANY G.
Miistered in August and September, 1861.

A. G. Brewer, 1st lieutenant; Albert M. Jones (died since the war, of exposure
during service), John A. Woolf, sei-geants ; Hamlin W. Woodard, Henry
McCulIoch, Joseph Phridle, corporals; Frederick Abrie, blacksmith;
John Bartlett, wagoner.

Privates. — Michael Andrio, Frank Bowen, Garret Comiford, William Covcn-
hoven, Cornelius Covenhoven, George Dibble, Anthony Dewire, Henry
H. Eager, Milo Graves, John Gritfith, Thomas J. Grifath, Mathew Hilt,
William Harlow, Albert Himple, Nelson Huftall, Lewis Higbie, Edward
HoUiday, Charles J. Lind, Lewis Morey, John McKinsey, Leonard Os-
born. Christian Peeters, Edward Parr, Richard Roberta, Edward Roberts,
Theodore Stormes, Charles A. Young, Rensselaer Randel, George W.
Williamson, Stephen 0. Cook, quartermaster (died).

8TH CAVALRY.

COMPANY G.
Musterp.d in October and November, 1861.

Frederick Scoville, battalion adjutant (disch. Oct. 16, 1862); W. H. Healy, cap-
tain ; com. Feb. 19, 1862 ; resigned March 20, 1863.

Privates.— Fayette Allen, Henry Andrews, David H. Covil, John A. Buillson,
Albert Buckingham, Charles 0. Clark, John Coil, George W. Cathrell,
Albert Camp, Charles D. Davis, Francis Denman, Honry Fielding, Eu-
gene Ferry, Zima M. Fuller, James Griffith, aark A. Gates, Henry
Goodfellow, Eli Hicks, Jr. (diach. June 7,1865), Horace Harrington, John
Kirkwood, John Kallacer, Richard Murphy, Joseph Murphy, Henry
Moore, Thomas Mercer, Charles Morgan, Levi Munger, John Mora,
Wayne I. Peck, Austin B. Plxley, William P. Sargent, James Sykes,
James H. Seals, Alpha Utley, Henry Walker, Roderick White.



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BBORUIXS.
PWua(M.— William Carrol (Oo. I; disch. Dec. 8, 1864), Ohanncey Miner, George
W. Rider, James C. Smart {Co. I; diach. April 3, 1864; ra-enliatod;
disch. July 10, 1865), David Arnold, George Andrewa, Robert Arnold,
Henry Abbott, Robert Bowers, Benjamin B. W. Brabazon, William H.
Berritt, George Bouck, Frederick Bewsber, Arcbibald J. Burlieon (Co, I ;
died in hospital at Hagerstown, Md., Dec. 6, 1863), Lawrence L. Brown,
LeviP. Blaker (Co.G; disch. June 7, 1865), MeiTitt L. Blasier, Maxi-
milian Bellart, C. B. Campbell (died at Washington, D. C, Dec. 25, 1862),
Charlea F. Cbadwick, Albert Clark, Frederick Clark, Hiram J. Cain
(disch. for disability ; re-enlisted Sept. 5, 1864, iu 15th Eng. ; disch,
June 19, 1866), Chauncey H. Chapin, Thomas Dean, John J. Davis, Edwin
J. Dudley (Oo.B; diacb. June 9, 1865), William Dale, Seth D, Dunbar
(diflch, for disability before going to field), Jamea Donohue, William
Ford, David C. Davis (disch. July 7, 1865), C. M. Ford (killed at Gettys-
burg, Pa.), Bileigh Gray, William M. Greenhill, Oscar J. Gridley, Cor-
nelius Galvin, William H. Griffin, Luke E. Hitchcock, E. A. Gardinier,
Eli Hicks, Julius Hazzard (Co. G; died in U. S. hospital, at Hagerstown,
Md., Oct. 22, 1862), Jamea Hilton, John Hall, Robert Harrington, Hugh
Hughes, George Jones, Francis M. Lapham, John P. Littler (diach. in
June, 18£5), A, M. Mills, Henry E. Morris, Thomas McQorden, Henry 0.
Minter, G. T. Murphy, Ed. T. Montgomery, Frank N. Morey, Patrick
Monnahan, Charles L. Mattiaon, Melvin B. Nichols, J. N. Newth, F. M.
Parker, John Peck, Lewis Robinson, William Patterson, Thomas Ro-
botham, Cornelius Ryan, Anetin Randall, John W, Redner, William
Reilly, Michael Sullivan, Edwin Segar, George H. Stewart, John S.
Smith (Co, G ; killed at Beverly Ford, Va., June 9, 1863), Leroy Steb-
bins, John Stern, Truman Smith, Dennis Sheehan, Horace W. Sweet
(disch. June 6, 1865), Robert J. Tanner, Charles 0. Townsend, G. W.
Townsend, John Whipple, AlbertF. Wilcox, Simeon H. Williams.

IITH CAVALRY— SCOTT'S " 900.'*

COMPANY C,

William B. Slafter, 3d sergeant; Charles Vance, Warren Dodge, corporals.

Privates. — William Busby, Noah Carr, Thomas Clark, Samuel H. Courtwright,
Evan Evans, Cyrus Fanchard, James Eain, Thomas Enowlea, Michael
Larkin, John Maraden, Luke Shaw, Sidney Watkins, Tracy E. Wade
(diach. at Washington, D. C, May 30, 1862, for disability).

13TH CAVALRY.

COMPANY F.

MiuUred in June 20, 1863.

Reuben Perry, Michael McNeven, John Werahine, corporala.

Privata. — Stephen Cobell, Edward O^Neal, Jamea Strickland, Cbas. A. Whitney.

15TH CAVALRY.

COMPANY A.

Mustered in Augmt 8, 1863,

Priuatea.— Jamea Brown, Nicholas Butler, Daniel Delany, Charles Leshure,

Andrew Mosbrook, John Pardee, Eugene Richmond, Wesley Turner.

COMPANY K.

Mustered in October 15, 1863.
Privates. — Sidney Brewer, Thomas G. Burgess, Thomaa Gallagher, Henry M.
Metice, Wesley S. Perry, James W. Stilles, Peter Van Allen, Henry 1.
Wood bridge.

COMPANY M.

Enrolled in December, 1863, and January, 1864.

PRIVATES.

Josiah Baker.

Jamea Balf, prisoner, Nov. 1, 1864 ; escaped; disch. Aug. 9, 1865.

George J. Bell, slightly wounded in cheek ; disch. Aug, 9, 1865.

James A. Bates.

Francis W. Beckwith, disch. after two years' service in 3d Inf. ; served till Sept.

29, 1865, in cav.
George Bennett, Milton Butcher, John Butcher, William Carpenter.
Marion B. Crossett, disch. June 12, 1865.
Frank Clark.
George M. Clark.

Richard Corcoran, disch. Sept. 7, 1865.

John Corcoran, died of consumption, at Cumberland, Md., Nov. 16, 1864.
Peter Cosgriff, Noyes F, Crandall, John H. Culver, John Daly, J imes Dampaay,

Thomas 0. Gardner.
Heman H. Griawold, disch. Aug. 9, 1865 ; much debilitated while in service.
Philip Gough.
George Hall.

Herman Hesse, diach. Aug. 24, 1865.
ston, Cyrus France, Joseph 0. Downer, corpo-
rals ; George C. Miller, George W. Arnold, artificers; Benj. F. Wood,
bugler.

Privates. — George B. Drew, John W. Yeoman, Lewis A. Norton, John Owens,
James Deming, Wm. F. Wolf, John Ellis, Harvey B. Deunison (disch.
April 15, 1864), Wm. Kirkland, James Job, Charles F. Klein, Thomas
Plunkett (lost right little finger at Petersburg, Va.; disch. after three
years' service), James Lee, William J. Lee (disch. June 20, 1865), David
G. Grifiith, John Oliver, Charles Cooley, Daniel A. Day, John Ford, Hugh
Griffith, George W. Hart, Truman W. Lyman, John E. Roberts, Dean
Wm. Rockwell, Gilbert Stedman, Harrison E. White, Charles Carpenter,
Gustavus Cornish, Albert L. Downer, Thomas N. Dagan (mortally
wounded at Wilderness, Va. ; died at Washington, D. C), Gilbert Green,
Daniel Hitchcock, Joseph Lister, Albert Piei'ce, Edward Ryan, Warren
Spencer, Henry Spencer, James W. Wood, Willard 0. Eagleston, William
Watkine, Andrew Klein, John Wallace, Harrison Underwood (disch. Oct.
10, 1865), Joseph Reynsford, John Gormley, William Mai-tin, David R.
Morgan, Jonathan R. Kenyon (disch. in June, 1864 ; died at Alexandria,
Va., July 4, 1864), Thomas Wooley, Orlando C. Holt, Ralph H. Darrow,
Martin McDonald, Gotlieb Ared, Jacob Heinhut, Lorenzo Lanphere,
Henry Hild, Addison Cole, Henry E. Gardner, George A. Linebeck, Alex.
Mallen, John Riley, James O'Neil, Samuel L. Waid, Addison Shepard,
Rowland 1. Roberts (discharged), Ephraim Brown, James Whalen, Lo-
renzo Grow, Robert B. Craig (died Sept. 5, 1864, near Alexandria, Va.),
Thomas Smith (died from sunstroke on field, at Wilderness, Va.), Win-
field Perry (wounded at Wilderness, Va.),

3D ARTILLERY.

COMPANY H.

Mustered in November and December, 1861, and January, 1862.

William J. Riggs, captain; com. Jan. 29,1862; pro. to maj., Nov. 19,1864 ; must,
out, July 15, 1865.

John D. Clark, Ist lieutenant ; com. Jan. 29, 1862 ; pro. to capt., Jan. 9, 1864 ; res.
Feb. 15, 1865.

Wm. E. Mercer, 1st lieuteuant ; com. Jan. 29, 1862 ; pro. to capt., Aug. 31, 1863 ;
brevet-maj., U. S. Vols. ; must, out with battery, July 14, 1865.

Charles G. Tryon, 2d Uentenaut; cum. Jan. 12, 1862; res. Feb. 19, 1862.

Wm. F. Fields, 2d lieutenant; com. Jan. 29, 1862; res. Dec. 3, 1863.

Priuatefi.— Benj. F. Adams, George W. Allen, William Baker, Simeon F. Duller,
Theophilus BushncU, James Bingham, S. Ball, Edward Bryant, Michael
Burns, Joseph Binter, Thomas Bell, Silas W. Brown, Henry H. Craver,
William Craver, William E. Cornish, John J. Castle, James Crawford,
Walter Covill, Wallace Covill, John Callangher, James M. Dunbar, Geo.
V. Dunton, Edward DeLesty, Joseph Doulphy, Thomas B. Dempster,
Joshua E. Davis, Joseph Deboy, Patrick Duffy, Jacob Euin, Alfred J.
Fames, Abram Ecker, Charles B. Evans, John Evans, John Edwards,
Henry Fox, John Fiynn, Henry Funk, Elon Fenton, John B. Flint, Justus
Griswold, James Graham, Mancer Green, Edgar Hawking, John Howell,
Michael Hayes, Elisha R. Holmes, Wm. F. Hannigan, Michael Hannagin,
Walters. Johnson, ClmrlesF.King(di8charged),B.D.Kingsworth (disch.
Dec. 24, 1863), James Kelley, Otto Kepmaul, Philip Keller, James L. King,
George W. King, Wilbur F. Leete, Martin J. Lester, Anthony Legger,
Charles Lambert, Wm. M. Mayhew, Charles F. Merchand, Albert Mott,
Calvin Miller, Thomas Maloney, John Malone, John Morley, John Mc-
Crain, Joseph Mills, Wm. J. Mosier, George E. Olcott, Charles Odden,
Charles F. Osborn, Wm. O'Shaughnessy, Merwiu S. Pratt, Orville M.
Potter, John W. Petty, Wellington Perkins, Edward M. Parmelee, Erastus
Pair, Erastus Pelten, John W. Powers, Charles B. Rice, Frank Rare,
George Rose, Henry Risden, Bernard Standenmeir, Royal Snyder, Nich-
olas Sthfet, George Shaver, Joseph Shaubakor, James Tupper, Parker Ty-
merson, George W. Tryon, Bennett N. Tracy, John H. Thomas, George
Vanderwalker, James Van Vleck, Thomas Van Vleck, Wesley B. Water-
man, Ambrose Weed, James Walters, Joseph Wright, Erastus Wilson,
Michael Widrick, Joel Wright (disch. June 25, 1865).



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13TH ARTILLERY.

COMPANY G.
Mustered in March 14, 1864.
Privates. — William Gage, William W. Griffith, lamic Hendrick, John A. Jones,
Andrew Jenkins, Harvey Lighter, John Lee, Alhertus Lewis, Ray C.
Lewis, Alson B. Northrup, James Owona, John E. Ottaway, Isaac Perry,
Joseph Roth Christopher Smith, Joseph Seiaelmeir, James Darragh, Al-
bert A. Mack, Henry A. Rhodes,

14TH ARTILLERY.
COMPANY A.

Mustered in August 29, 1863.
Wni. W. Trowbridge, captain ; com. Nov. 23, 1863 ; pro. to mnj., Jan. 7, 1864.
John A. Wood, Ist lieutenant ; com. Nov. 23, 1863 ; pro. to capt., Jan. 22, 1864 ;

diech. Dec. 29, 1864.
John F. Hutchins, 2d lieutenant; com. Sept. 30, 1863; pro. to 1st lieut., Nov.

23, 1863; to capt., April 9, 1864; disch. Oct. 3, 1864.
Harry H. Service, quartermaster's sergeant ; pro. to 2d lieut., Jan. 7, 1864 ; to

1st lieut., April 9, 1864; disch. Sept. 21, 1864.
William H. McLaughlin, Ist sergeant.
Pi-ivaiea.— John B. Coats, Stillman D. Nash.

COMPANY C.

Mustered in September 11, 1863.

George S. Green, captain ; com. Nov. 23, 1863.

Louis Faasa, Ist lieutenant; com. Nov. 23, 1863; pro. to capt., April 22, 1865;
brev. maj., N. Y. Yola. ; must, out with regt., Aug. 26, 1865.

Andrew Gossin, 2d Ueutenant; com. Nov. 23, 18G3; pro. to lat lieut., July 8,
1864; killed in action near Petersburg, Va., Dec. 1, 1864.

Martin Schubert, lat sergeant ; pro. to 2d lieut., Oct. 31, 1864 ; to Ist lieut.,
April 22, 1865; must, out with regt., Aug. 26, 1865.

Walter Kidd, quartermaster's sergeant ; Frank Henry, Frank Moll, sergeants ;
David R. Jones, Charles Hahershaw, Wm. Bowen, Joshu i Barton, George
Paige, corporals.

Privates. — William AUiaon, William E. Bears, John Beaver, Harvey C. Berry,
Robert Barten, John P. Best, James Benson, Patrick Birmingham, Chaa.
A. Carr, Joseph Cole, John Daub, Thomas De Lun, Reinhardt Doll, Jaraea
Doyle, Paul Fnink, Michael Fall, Greenleuf C. FaiT, Michael Jfeeley,
Charles Ferguson, Peter Grass, Augustus Godwin, John Hayter, Daniel
Hesler, Thomas Hart, Frank John, Wm. H. Jones, Frederick Kingsley,
Julius W. Kimball, George Krinwiller, James Larrivay, Hiram Ladd,
George A. Lucas, Jamea Lendrum, Benjamin Luanda, Wellington Mortley,
Charles Msiyhew, Jamca McDonald, Charles S. Mason, John Nolan, Pat-
rick O'Briao, Nicholas Powers, Ch;irles Pettee, Thomas Piles, Luther
Putnam, Matthew Qnillinan, Walter Reynolds, Thomas Rositer, Peter
Rice, Joseph Slosser, John Schweitzer, Albert B. Sheppert, Wm. Swart,
James Starks, John Spindler, John Smith, Frederick Saul, Simon Spon-
burg, Eleazer Switz, Charles Tripp, Dnane Tauney, William D. Vaughn,
Henry Yan Valkenhurg, Charles Wilcox; Allen Wilcox, John H. Wricker
(pris. Aug. 25, 1864; paroled Oct. 7, 1864 ; died in Gen, Hosp. at Annap-
olis, Md., Nov. 10, 1864, and there buried), John West, Emery Wood,
William Williams, John D. Wilson, John Wilson, Henry Webster,
Michael Young, Amos Tanney.

COMPANY E.
Enlisted from July to October, 1861.

Caasio C. Minor, corporal.

Privates. — Francis Farobrother, Jacob P. Falk, James B. Gardiner, Thomas
Griffith, Robert Howell, William F. Hamlin, Edward Johnston, Joseph
Jordan, August Klothing, James Leary, Charles Landon, Henry McGlach-
iin, Alexander Mithar, Cyrus W. Neera, James C. Percival, Michael Quinn,
James Kutledge, William Roberts, Jeremiah R. Ray, Thomas Ryan, An-
drew Reams, John Roberts (disch. June 16, 1865), Lawrence Sullivan,
Charles Spencer, Alfred Smith, Alfred Spoor, Riley H. Salmons, William
Wood, George L. Williamson, E. H. Whaley.

COMPANY G.
Mustered in December 17, 1863.

David Jones, captain (com. Jan. 7, 1864; disch. May 28, 1865).

George G. Leavenworth, let lieutenant (com, Jan. 7, 1864 ; disch. Aug. 12, 1864).

John C, Frolan,* lat sergeant {com. 2d lieut., April 22, 1865 ; must, out with regt.).

Harmon E. Wentworth, quartermaster sergeant; George W. Frink, sergeant;
Edmund A. Tubha, Henry Wescott, corporals.

Privates, — George Bumes, Almon Birdsey, Leland BrinkerhofF, George Coleman,
William J. Collins, William H. Chambers, Henry Clock, Thomas B. Dewey,
Cassiua Dewey, John Farrell, Fred. Frink, Charles Fentz, Henry Qleason,
John H. Groesbeck, Eugene Hopkins, Albert A. Haver, Dwight A. Hiirl-
burt, Americus A, Holmes, Clarence L. Haskin, Edwin Jones, Nathan
Johnson, Patrick Kelly, Charles Lang, Narcisse Melanson, George W.
Mathers (killed in service), William Nelson, Walter S. Norton, William
Olin, Cornelius Phillips, William H, Paraell, George Rodgers, Parley
Smith, Page Tallman, Irvin Yance, Horace C. Wheeler, Richard Whit-



* Also given John W. Frolan.



COMPANY H.

JViDoiefl.— George W. Bennett, Jason Farr, William Olin (disch. June 9, 1865).

COMPANY 1.

Mustered in December 21, 1863.

Charles D. Miller, private.

COMPANY K.
Mustered in December. 21, 1863.
Private, — Henry Allen, George W, Barker.

COMPANY L.
Mustered in January 8, 1864.
James L. Perkins, private.

COMPANY M.
Mustered in winter of 1863-64.
Privalxs. — Christjohn Baker, Alexander Banter (died in July, 1865), John C.
Bauer, Walter W. Elden (disch. for disability, June 21, 1865), John Ed-
wards, John Elmer, David Elmer, John H. Fineout, Adelbert Grinnell,
John 0. Heidenrich, Anthony Helm, Robert S. Hughes, Evan G. Jones,
Richard M. Jones, James S. Kahan, Charles Owen, Albert H. Richter,
Cadwallader Roberts (supposed killed at Petersburg, Va.), Byron H. Rey-
nolds, Thomas Smith, Henry Schmidt, Benjamin Thomas, Thomas Yen-
cose, Philander P. Warriner, Anthony Welch, David W. Williams (disch.
June 26, 1864, for sickness; died July 8, 1864), Stephen Walrath, John
Zeitler.

16TH ARTILLERY.

COMPANY A.
Mustered in Sejitember 28, 1863.
Privates, — John Abraham, William Anderson, Michael Annis, Edward Arm-
strong, Frank Brooks, Robert Barclay, Horace N. Byron, Jeremiah Bald-
win, James F. Breakenridge, Stephen Buah, Albert M. Baker, Albert M.
Broadwell, Nelson Button, William M. Bootle, Philip Bachman, Amos
Carter, Sherman P. Caasety, Edwin Carter, George Crum, Samuel E. Cat-
lin, Benjamin Evans, John Evans, John Fallon, Jr., Patrick Fay, Owen
Fay, JameR Farley, James Fitzgeles, Franklin Frank, Jacob Fogler, Joseph
Gangi-aw,JohGreenman, Jeremiah Harrington, Fritz Hulch, James Han-
nigan, Lester B. Howe, James H. Hurlbert, James F. Hotchkisa, Alan-
son D. Haiiverman, John Hogan, James M. Jcnkios (trans, to lat N. Y.
Mounted Rifles, May 2, 1864), De Alton F. Joslyn, Patrick Killmurray,
John H. McBlroy, Richard McManus, Thomas Martin, Charles L. Miller,
John McGuire, John McCraitle (lat), John McCraitle (2d), Jamea O'Neal,
Daniel D. Owens, Daniel D. O'Donnoll, Martin O'Connell, Andrew J.
Penner, George Patterson, Bernard Plunkett, Alonzo' Penner, George
Powers, Louis Perkins, Michael Quail, Thomas M. Rariley, Luther Rice,
John Rider, James Reed, James Rockfeller, Christian Schaub, Matthew
Stack, John L. Stevens, Frederick Stark, Henry Tuttle, James Wales, Jr.,
Walter Woodcock, David W. Williams (disch. Aug. 29, 1865), Edwin
Wentworth, William Wheeler, Robert Young, William Victory, John M.
Huiibert (disch. for disability m October, 18G3 ; re-enlisted in 1st N. Y.
Mounted Rifles; accidentally shot at Point of Rocks, June 25, 1864;
buried near same place, in cemetery).

COMPANY C.
Mustered in October 21, 1863.
Privates. — Alexander Baird, Randolph Benkert, Thomas D. Beckley, Silas W.
Brown, William T. Brown, Noah F. CaiT, Robert Carr, John Carben,
Cliarles Cleaveland, Samuel Dawson, Patrick Doody, Warren Dodge, John
Doyle, James W. Dunn, James E. Down, Robert W. Edwards, Thomas J.
Evans, John R. Evans, George Ferguson, Aubrey Fetterlee, John W.
Flynn, Ed. G. Ferguson, Norton Fox, John Gilmore, Julius M. Glassier,
Frank Gray, Jerome Hawley, Sherman L. Hewett, George Hills, John T.
Hitchcock, Andrew Hoover, Wm. H. Hughs, Edwin N. Humiston, Albert
C. Hall, Chas. W. Jaycocks, Ezekiel Jones, James Jenkins, Daniel Jones,
James R. Jones, Michael Kelly, H. G. Kingsbury, John D. Lennebecker,
John McGee, Edward Mahoney, William Mathews, Lawrence Michal,
Minnie Miller, Benjamin Morris, Michael Mullin, Henry McCabe, An-
thony McGuff, Geo. H. McCreath, Daniel McCarthy, George Miller,
Henry Near, Jeremiah McCarthy, Douglass H. Oliver, AUen W. Osborne,
George Ostrandor, Michael O'Brin, Harvey Palmer, Eugene M. Parkinson,
Isaac D. Place, Andrew N. Roberts, Andrew Row, Elisha C. Rush, Squier
Service, Gabriel Spohn, Antonio Sabourier, Edward Schaibloy, Eugene
Sliarpe, George Smith, John Stocker, Jesse Sullivan, John Swann, Martin
Tan Buren, John Van Buren, Volney Vandyrberg, Nathan B. Wilber,
Sanford Wniters, George M. Wilkins, John Wyman (enl. in 74th 111. Vols,
in Aug., 1861 ; discharged and returned home ; re-enl. in I6th N. Y. Art;
served until discharged), Wm. Whychoff, Goo. S. Waterman, James Wells,
James D. Winslow, Anderaon Walter, Eugene Wood, David N. Yale.

COMPANY D.
Mustered in December 7, 1863.
FrivatiB, — James Anderson, Aarou Antone, Jacob' Allen, George Brown, Chaun-
cey Ennis, W. L. Haynard, Wm. H. Libie, Geo. R. Lamphere, Job
Mosher, Jr., Peter Myers, Thomas McComiick, Asahel Powers, Moses
Schuyler, John Smith, Martin Sebastian, Joseph Thorn, John Turk,
Benj. F. Whitney.



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HISTOKY OF ONEIDA COUNTY, NEW YORK.



COMPANY E.

Nuetered in December 16, 1863.

Privates. — William Glover, Samiiel Howard, James Lasher, John Slattery, Chas.

W. Smith (fate unknown), James L. Stephens, Martin A. Vestel.

COMPANY H.

Mustered in Februarj/ 8, 1864.
Privatea. — Cliarles Hitchcock, Henderson S. Peck.

COMPANY I.
Prince A. Pell, James Pell, servants.

COMPANY K.
B. L. Baird, Chas. H. Peterson, servants.

ADDITIOE'AL IfAMES.

TOWN OF MAECY. .

George A. Neeger, corporal, Co. G, 12th Inf. ; enl. Oct. 4, 1861 ; killed at Wilder-
ness, Ya. ; buried on the field.

Martin Henry,- corporal, Co. G, 12th Inf. ; enl. Oct. 4, 1861 ; accidentally injured
in leg at Yorktown, Ta. ; disch. Jan. 31, 18Qi, for lameneaa.

Martin Kemoline, private, Co. C, 81st Inf.; killed at Cold Harbor, Ya.

Edward Humphrey, private, Co. C, 11th Regt. Vet. Bes. Corps; wounded at
Cold Harbor, Va.; disch. July 21, 1865; previously member of Co. C,
8lBt N. Y. Vols.

Henry K. Wolcott, private, Co. C, Slat Inf.; died July 25, 1864, from accidental
wound Id ankle.

James N. Wilcox, private, Co. C, Slst Inf. ; mortally wounded at Cold Harbor,
Va.; buried at Point of Kocka.

James K. P. Start, private, Co. E, 2d H. Art.; pris. at Cold Harbor, Va.; exch.
in Nov. 1863.

Wm. T. Haynes, private, 14th Art. ; pris. at Petersburg ; died at Richmond, Va.

Daniel Davis, private, Co. C, 3d Art. ; trans, to Bat. F in April, 1863 ; disch.
July 24, 1865.

Henry Foster, private, Co. F, 2d Art.

John Earnst, Jr., private, Co. K, 2d Art.; died at Fort Corcoran, one month
after enlistment,

Wm. H. Story, private, 14th Art.

Hugh E. Humphrey, private, Co. C, 3d Art.; disch. July 14, 1865.

Charles A, Martin, private, Co. K, 2d Art. ; disch. May 20, 1865.



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