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First Lieut. John A. Barney, December 15, 1862.
Second Lieut. Charles McBean, August 1, 1861.
Second Lieut. Frederick A. Mitchell, September 24, 1863.
Surgeon Orestes C. Gibbs, January 28, 1863.

Died, (4.)

Captain Jeremiah V. Washburn, killed at battle of Bull Run.
Virginia. August 30, 1862.

Captain Eliaha L. Hayward, September 9, 1862, at Washing
■ton, of d.sease.

Second Lieut. iVilUam L. Whitney, killed at battle of Grove-
town, Virginia, August 30, 1862.

Surgeon Charles H.Wilcox, November 7, 1862, at Buffalo,
New York, of disease.

Dismissed^ (1.)

Second' Lieut. Martin R. Clark, March 2,1863.



Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out.



456



NEW YOEK INFANTEY.



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT.

(ThiH regiment was organized at Al-
bany, N. Y., June 6, 1861, lor two
yearn. It was mustered out June
19, 1863, by reason of expiration of
term of service.)

(The ofFcial Hat of battles in wbich
this regiment bore an honorable
part it) not yet publibhed in ordera.)

Colonel.
Walter Phelps, jr., a. w. m.

Lieut. Colonel. ^
Thomas J. Strong 7 May, 63

Major.
Lyman Ormsby 29 Apr,, 63

Captains.

Oliver D. Peabody 6 June, 61

James W. McCoy 30 Aug., 63

Edward F. Edgerly 31 Aug.,

Daniel Burgey 3 8ep.,

Frederick E. Eanger 1 Jan., 63

Lucius E. Wilson 15 Feb.,

AddiBon L. Esterbrook - 27 Feb.,

Mathew S. Teller 8 May,

Duucan Cameron, a. id. m..
Benjamin P. Wickham, a. w. m.

First Lieiitenants.

Henry B. Cook 23 Oct., 62

James H M(-Trill 5 Nov.,

"William H. Hoystadt 16 Nov.,

Gorton T. Thomas, jr 1 Feb., 63

Asa W. Berry 15 Feb.,

Amos T. Calkins 27 Feb.,

WuiTen Alien 1 Mar.,

John J. liaker 1 Mar.,

Malacln Weidman, Adjt.^G * an,

A. I-Jalleck Holbrook 14 May,

Jas. W. Schtiuck, R. Q. M., a. w.m.

Second Lieutenants.

T-^ester A. Baitlett 22 Apr., 62

Charles H. A kin 23 Oct. ,

Salmon D. Sherman 5 Nov.,

George Wetmore IJan., 63

James Vclieau 1 Feb ,

Patrick McCbll 28 Feb.,

George C. Kingsley '. 1 Mar.,

Charles T. Bellamy 26 Mar.,

Marbhall A. Duera 14 May,

Surgeon.
Ellas L. Bissell 20 Nov. , 62

Assistant Surgeon.
Austin W. Holden 24 Aug., 62

Chaplaiii.
Henry H.Bates 4 July, Cl



Casctalties.



Promoted, (1.)

FirHt Lieut. Henry D. Woodruff, R. Q.Af., Augusts, 1861, to
Captain and C. S.

Resigned, (12.)

Lieut. Colonel John McKee. February 13, 1863.
Captain Benjamin Mowlier, February 'ZQ, 1662.
Captain Orville B. 5mz;/i, November 5, 1862,
First Lieut, .lames H. Brott, December 21, 1861.
First Lieut. William H. Arlin, January 8, 18G2.
First Lieut. Edward Frnyne, Adj't, January 18, 1862.
First Lieut. Jo.'-eph R. Seaman, February 26, 1862.
First Lieut. John F. Town, July 23, 1862.
PirBt Lieut.'Thomas B. Fi^k, October 23, 1862.
First Lieut. John S. Fassett, Adj't, March 1, 1863.
Second Lieut. Horton P. Gagger, October 3, 1861.
Second Lieut, Hoi'ace W. Lacca, February 27, 1862.

Discharged, (8.)

Major George Clenden, jr., March 20, 1863.
Captain Austin W. Holden, August 24, 1862. (Kecommia-
sioned Assistant Surgeon same regiment, August 24, 1863.)
Captain Jacob L. Yates, March 1, 1863.
First Lieut. 'William A. Piersons, October 31 , 18G2.
First Lieut. Clark W. Buntlcy, February 6, 1863.
Second Lieut, llobert A. Lice, December 14, 1861.
Second Lieut. Charles S. Doubleday, May 14, 1863. ■ ''
Assistant Surgeon Miles Goodyear, Jauuary 28, 1863.

Died, (12.)-

Lieut. Colonel Gorton T. Thomas, September 7, 1862, of

wounds received in action at Bull Run, Ya.
Captain Robert E. McCoy, killed in action at Bull Run, Va.,

August 29, 1862.
Captain Miles P. S. Cadwell, killed in action at Bull Run, Va.,

August 30, 1862.
Captain Henry S. Milliman, September 10, 1662, of wounds

rect-ived at Manassas, Va.
First Lieut. Carlisle D. Beaumont, killed in action at Bull

Run, Va., August 29, 1862.
Fir&t Lieut. Duncan Lendmm, killedin action at Bull Run, Va.,

August 30, 1862.
First Lieut. KUliam T. Norris, killed in action at Bull Run,

Va., August 3U, lt?(j2.
First Lieut. Hiram Clute, September 28, 1862, of wounds.
Second Lieut. William T. Beattee, killfed in action at Bull Run,

Va., August 30, 1862,
Second Lieut. Charles B. Piersons, September 17, 1862, of

wounds received at Bull Run, Va.
Second Lieut. Qharles Cv^hing, killed in action at Antietam,

Md., September 17, 1862.
Saigeon Joseph B. Artherly, August 12, 18G2, at Falmouth, Va.

Missing, (1.)
First Lieut. Henry C. Hay, since June 6, 1861.

Dismissed, (1.)
Surgeon William F. Hutchison, November 24, 1862.



NOT£.— The rOBter of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out.



JSKVV XUIIK .INi'AKTEY.



457



TWENTY-THIED REGIMENT.


Casualties.




(This regiment was organized at El-






mira, N. Y., May 16, 1861, to serve


Promoted, (1.)




two years. It was mustered ont






May 23, 1863, by reason of expira-


First Lieut. Myron H. MandevUle, R. Q. M., November


18


tion of term of service.)


1862, to Captain and^. Q. M.




(•The official list of battles in which


Resigned, (12.)




this regiment bore an honorable






part is not yet published in orders.)


Captain Marshall M. Laydon, September 23, 1861.
Captain Sumner Barstnw, February 16, 1863.




Colond.


First Lieut. Alvah D. Waters, October 1, 1861.




Henry C. Hoffman 16 May, 61


First Lieut. Neville C. Wilkinson, November 7, 1861.
First Lieut. Cornelius P. Mowers, November 12, 1861 .




Lieutenant Colonel.


First Lieut. John H. Pierce, April 2, 1862.
First Lieut. Benjamin B. Andrews, May 7, 1862.




NironM. Crane 16 May, 61


First Lisut. Newton S. Colby, May 16, 1862.




Major.


First Lieut. Florence Sullivan, February 21, 1863.




Second Lieut. George E. Biles, November 28, 1861.




WUUnm M. Gregg..!... 16 May, 61


Surgeon Seymour Churchill, June 23, 1862.




Captains.


Chaplain Ezra F. Crane, January 26, 1863.




Theodore Schlick 16 May, 61


Discharged, (1.)




Luzerne Todd 16 May,






William W. Dingleday..l6 May,


Captain George H. Powers, March 12, 1863.




Franlilin B. Doty 16 May,






James H. Chapman 16 May,


Died, (2.)




Matt. B. Fowler 16 May,






William W. Cole 23 Sept.,


Captain Martin C. Clark, killed while en route to Elmira,


N


Moses M. Van Beuschoten 1 Mar., 63


Y., May 13, 1863.




First Lieutenants.


Second Lieut. Rodney W. Steele, December 7, 1861, of
phoid fever, at Elmira, N. Y.


ty


William Hayt, ^<ij'(.... .16 May, 61






Lemuel K. Bradley 16 May,


Dismissed, (1.)




Ira Cone 16 May.






Albert 0. Durland 16 May,


Second Lieut. John S. Tunniclige, October 14, 1862.




Samuel N. Benedict 7 Nov.,






Benjamin Bennitt 28 Nov;,






William H. J.mca 16 May, 62






Lucien W. Bingham, R.






Q. M 27 Dec,






Charles 0, Durland 1 Mar., 63






Hugh J. Baldwin, a. w. m.






Leonard T. Hathaway, a. 'w. m.






Duane Thompson, a. w. m.






Second Lieutenants.






John Prentiss 16 May, 61






Samuel W. Cass 16 May,






I.uclenB. Main 23 Sept.,






James Bowker. .• 7 Nov.,






Hiram S.Smith 2 Apr., 62




Cyrus Kellogg 15 May,






George B. Staniford 28 Oct.,






JudD.Burt 21Feb., 63






William V. Bailey 1 Mar.,






Archibald N. Devoe, a. w. m.






Surgeon.






William A. Madill 7 Aug. , 52






Assistant Surgeons.






Thomas A. ,St:iweU 18 Sept., 62






WilUam Taylor 28 Oct.,






Chaplain.






James De Boia, i^. w. m.







NOTE. — Tile roster of officerB is given ae it stood on the day of muster out.



458



NEW ' YORK IXFANTUY.



TWENTY-FOURTH REGI-
MENT.^

(Tliis regiment was organized at El-
niira, N. Y,, Miiy 17, 1861, to eerve
two yearn. It wats niuatered out
May 29, 1863, by reason of ex-pira-
tiou of term of service.)

. (The ofBcial list of battles in whicli
this regiment bore an honorable

pai't is not yet publislied in ordera.)

Colonel.
Samuel R. Beardsley ]6 Jan., 63

Lieutenant Colonel.
Robert Oliver, jr 16 Jan., 63

Major.

Melzer Richards 16 Jan., 63

Captains.

Oi'ville J. Jenningi^ 17May, 61

William D. Furguson. ...17 May,

Albert Taylor 17 May",

John Ratigan 4 Nov., 62

William L. Yeckley 25 Nov.,

JanifB N. Root 23 Dec.,

Thomas Murray 1 Fib., 63

Sevenin Beaulieu 1 Mar.,

First Lieutenants.

Cnlvin P.nrch 17 i\Iay, 61

Richard L. Hill, Adft. . . .17 Uny,

Henry Sandhuvel 17 May,

C. J. Richardson,7Z. Q. M-17 Sept.,

Duncan Campbell 30 Aug., 62

William iS. Mortie 4 Nov.,

John S. McNair 25 Nov.,

Orren M. Stevens 1 Jan., 63

Daniel Morrisyey 1 Feb.,

Simon V. Odekirk 14 Ftb.,

Marcufi A. Corey 17 Feb..

Andi-ew J. Whaiey 1 ilar. ,

Second Lieutenants.

EdsonD. Goit 17 Mai-., 61

William H. Adriance 30 Aug., 62

Stephen J. Scriber 30 Aug.,

Gale E. Kingsley 21 Sept.,

S. Augustus Howe 4 Nov.,

John R. Fender 19 Nov.,

Alexander K. Penfield- -.20 N^v.,

Norman G. Ooooer 17 Fub., 63

Theron W. Haight 17 Feb.,

Charles Wightman ..-.,. 3 Api'.,

Surgeon.

James B. Murdock 17 Stay, 61

Assistant Burgeons.

John D. Hall 25 Aug., 62 ■

E.Cook Webb 2 Jan., 63

Chaplain.



Casualties.



Promoted, (4,)

Major Jonathan Tarbell, December 28, 1861, to Lieut. Colonel

91et regiment New York vols.
Captain Francis C. Miller, November 4, 1862, to Major 147th

regiment New York vols.
Second Lieut. George S. Shaw, August 2, 1862, to Captain

and A. A. D. C.
Assistant Sargcon Lawrence Reynolds, January 9, 1862, to

Surgeon 63d regiment Neyv York vols.

Resigned, (9.)

Colonel Timothy Sullivan, January 14, 1863.
Captain Edward M. Paine, Atigust 7, 1861.
Captain Levi Beardsley, November 22, 1862.
Captain Samuel H. Brown, Fei)ruiry 1,'1863.
First Lieut. Patrick Clcary, November 19, 1862.
First Lieut, Jonathan R. Ayer, Jaiiuary 16, 1863.
Second Lieut. William L. Pavy, October 3, 1861.
Second Lieut, Norman Holly, January 27, 1863.
Assistant Surgeon S. Hiram Plumb, November 23, 1862.

Discharged, (4.)

Captain Archibald H. Preston, November 1. 1861.
Captain John D. O'Brian, Decemb<-r22, 1862.
Second Li(^ut. WjUiam Wills, January 30, 1862.
Chaplain Mason Gallagher, February 21, 1862.

Vied, (7.)

Major Andrew J. Barney, killed in action at Bull Run, Va.,

August 30, 18i;3.
Captain John P. Buckley, killed in action at Bull Run,-Va.,

Augnst 30, 1862.
First Lieut. Thendoi-e Dalrymple, April 21, 1862, of disease, at

AVashingtnn D. C.
First Lieut. Henry B. Corse, killed in action at Bull Run, Va,,

August 30, 1862.
First Lieut, Daniel C. Hubbard, August 30, 1863, of wounda

received in action.
Second Lieut. Ten Eych G. Pawling, killed in action nt Bull

Run, Va., August 30, 1863.
Second Lieut. Jamts A. Brown, September 21, 18G2, of

wounds received in action at Bull Run, Va.

Dismissed, (3.)

Captain Augustus Phillips, March 20, 1863.
Captain Betlenden Hutcheson, March 29, 1863.



*Also called First Oswego Regiment.
Note, — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out.



NEW YORK INFANTRY.



459



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT.*

(This regiment wfta organized nt New
York city, N. Y., from May 11,
]86l, to Juno 26, 1861, for two
years. It was mu^tered out July
10, 1863, by reason of expiratio* of
term of service. )



(The ofBcial list of battles in which
this regiment bore an honorable
part is not yetpubliehed in orders.)



Colonel.
Char'.ea A._ Johnson 1 Apr., 62

LietUenaTit Colonel.

Major.



Captains.

Benjamin F. Hams 8 Jnn., 62

Wesley W. Connor 21 June,

James S. Gmhain 27 June,

John G. Vanderzec 11 Aug.,

Dudly Olcott =.28 Nov.,

I'atriclt Connelly .3 Feb., 63

IhomasE. Bibbop 27 Feb.,



Fh'st Lieutenants.

Ephraim Stewart 25 Nov., 62

Jas. Nicholson. R. Q. M- 3 Fc-b., 63

Thomas Coglan 3 Feb.,

Terence Coolt .27 Fub.,

Samuel Stocking, a. w. m.
Oliver C. Houghton, a. w. m.



Second Lieutenants.

Norman Hasf 28 No-{-., 63

Cliarles A. McCrea 3Feb., 63

Patrick K. Burna 3 Feb.,

Michael Tierney 3 Feb.,

James J.Bruce 3 Feb.,

Robert McLachlan 3 Feb.,



Surgeon.

HilandA.Wecd 12 Dec, Q\

* Called also Union Rangers.



Casualties.

Promoted, (I.)

Captain W. W. Bates, August 22, 1862, to Lieut. Colonel
b th Now York heavy artillery.

Resigned, (46.)

Lieut. Colonel Edmund C. Charles, October 4, 1861.

Captain Daniel Bruce, July, 18G1.

Captain Darius McManus, July, 1861.

Captain Alexander L, Graham, August, 1861.

Captain Thomas Wallace, October 23, 18G1.

Captain Robert Sturgeon, Oct'iber 31, 1861.

Captain Thomas J. Dorenus, October 31, 1361.

Caplain William Cr. CVovi r, November 5, 1861.

Captain Robert Johnson, November 7, 1861.

Captain Jlichacl Norton, .November 11, 1861.

Captain Walstein Ci. Smith, November 23, 1861.

Captain Nathan T. Lcp, Novembt-r 24, 1861.

CaiJtain J. Howard A'krrman, December 24, 1861.

Captain Alexander W. Shaw, January 4. 1862.

FiintTieut. Theodore Allen, AugUKt"20,' 1861.

First Lieut. Frank Webb, September 4, 186L

First Lieut. John Barrett, September 10, 1861.

First Lieut. George McGoff", October 28, 1861.

First Lieut. James liarclaij, October 31 , 1861. M

!^rst Lieut. James Devoy, November 1, 1861.

First Lieut. fValtcr J Burk, November 1, 1861.

First Lieut. Jam^s Edgcworth, November 20, 1861.

First Lieut. Edwai-fl A. Willonghbey, November 22, 1861. '

First Lieut. Cornelius P. Moore, January 10, 1862.

First Lieut. Henry W. Salisbury, January 12, 1862.

First Lieut. Mor?m V. Young, Jnne 16, 1862.

First Lieut. William B. (rrp.en, December 18, 1862.

Second Lieut. Henry Bartine. July 2, 1861.

Second Lieut. John Kelly, August 8, 1861.

Second Lieut. Peter McLean, August 15, 1861.

Second Lieut. Charles M. Theall, October 23, 186L.

Second Lieut. Charleft J. McCoi-mick, October 31, 1861.

Second Lieut. Allen Barkley, Novcml^er 1, 1861.

Second lAeiit. James McKenna, November 2, 1861.

Second Lieut. Francis Kerrigan, November 5, lt'61.

Second Lieut. Bn/jcrt McQinn, November 7, 1S61.

Second Lieut. George H. Kerrigan, November 23, 1861.

Second Lieut. William H. Griffin, November 23, 1361.

Hqcqw^ XAiiut, Epcnetus Pla't, November 27, 1861.

Second Lieut. JoAh W. Sibcll, June 14. 1862.

Second Lieut. John D. Reynolds, Janunry 24, 1862.

Surgeon Samuel N. Fiske. December 12, 1861.

Assistant Surgeon Cumelbis B. O'Leary, October 11, 1361.

Assistant Surgeon Daniel H. Murphy, April 4, 1862.

Assistant Surgeon Warren A. Tallaiadce, November 30, 1862.

Assistant Surgeon I^aac L. Welch, April 28, 1863.

Discliargcd, (7.)

Lieut. Colonel Henry F. Savage, September 12, 1862.
Captain Michael Holly, November 7, 1861.
Captain Egbert Alcoit, February 20, 1862.
Captain Thomas P. Abbott, June 21, 1862.
Captain ^;6cr( W. Preston, September 22, 1862.
Sicond lAzvX. Patrick Hicks, September 12, 1862.
Second Lieut. David McKinley, October 27, 1862.



Died, (11.)

Lieut. Colonel Edwin S. Gilbert, Febniary 22, 1863, at Ro-
chester, N. Y.



4G0



TTEW YOEK INPANTRT.



Assistant Sargcon.
Luther Phillip T. 26 Dec. , 62



■Chaplain.



Major Shf^pard Gleason, June 17, 1863, at Gum Spring, Ya.,

of congestion of the brain.
Captain Thomas Kerrigan, December 12, 1861, at Providence

hoKpitnl, Washington, D. C.
Captain Michaxsl McMaHon, killed at battle of Hanover Court

House, Va., Mny '^^7, 1862.
Captain ArcJiibald H. Furguseii, June 28, 1862, of wounds re-
ceived in action.
First Lieut. Cyrus Shay, June 20, 1861, at New York city.
Fir^t Liriit. George E. Fisk, killed in action at Hanover Court

House, Va., May 27, 1862.
FirHt Lieut. Washington B. Fairman, June 30, 1862, of woundK

received at Gaines's Mill, Ya.
Second Lieut. TkomasP. T/zoTTipson, killed at battle of Hanover

Court IIouBe, May 27, 3862.
Second Lieut. Charles Hatpin, killed in action at Hanover

Court Hnnse, Mny 27. 1862.
Second Lieut. Uichard Esselstyn, May 31, 1862, in Hichmond,

of wounds received at battle of Hanover Court House, Ya.

Missing, (1.)

First Lieut. Charles W. Heath, since October 10, 1862.

Dismissed, (5.)

Colonel James E. Kerrigan, March 6, 1862.
Captain Thomas W. Alaxwen. October 11, 1862.
First Lient. Edwin L.l^ccd, October 11, 1862.
First Lient. William Fay, November 26, 1861.
Assistant Surgeon James C. O'Neil, September 12, 1862

Deserted, (2.)

Major George Mounthy, July 20, 1861.

First Lieut. William H. Cook, R. Q. M., October 13, 1861.



Note. — The i-oster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out.



NEW YORK INFANTRT.



461



TWENTY-SIXTH KEaiMENT.

(This regiment wag organized at
Elmira, N. Y., May 21, 18GI, to
Berve two years. It was mustered
out Bfay 28, 1^6^, by reason of ex-
piration of term, of aervice.)

(The ofScial list of battles in which
this regiment bore an honorable
part id not yet published iu orders.)

Colonel.

Richard H. Richardson.. 22 Nov., 62

Lieutenant Colonel.

Gilbert S. Jennings, a. w. 7a.

Major.

■Ezra F. Wetmore 19 Sept., 63

Captains,

James H. Mcliaughlin , .19 Oct., 62
Edward A. Roys Lewin.. 31 Oct.,

L. Frank Binder 31 Oct.,

John T. Kingsbury 31 Oct.,

William J. Harlow 20 Nov.,

George A. BlackwcU ...26 Dec,
Norman W. Palmer, a. w. m.

First Lieutenants.

■William H. Milstead 1 Oct. , 62

John S. JcnningH 1 Oct.,

Jabcz L. Miller 31 Oct.,

Enoch Jones 31 Oct.,

Martin N. Dunham 20 Nov.,

Charles Ackerman,^rf;'(. 15 Doc,
C.DcW.Staring.TZ. Q. M. 6L\b., 63

Albert D. Lynch 25 Mar.,

Charles Schmidt, a. w. m.
William H. Sanford, a. w. m.
Emmott Harder, a. w. m.

Second Lieutenants.

Julius ITlman 28 Sep., 62

John Bevines 24 Nov.,

Joaeph Kleinficld 15 Dec,

Alfred J. Swan 16 Feb., 63

William H. Holstead, a.w.m.
Willard G Hol-tead, a.7o''m.
Valentine Peters, a. w. m.
William P. Gifford, a. to. m.

Surgeon.

Walter B. Coventry 21 May, 61

Assistant Surgeon.
I, H. Searle 2 Sept., 62

Chaplain.



Casualties.



Promoted, (2.)

Captain George "W. Arrowsmith, September9, 1852, ioA. A. G.

U. S. vola.
Assistant Surgeon Aaron J. Steele, November 10, 1862, to Sur*

goon 38th New York vols.

Resigned, (35.)

Colonel William H. Christian, September 19, 1862.

Captain Anton Brendls, August 6, 1861.

Captain John H. Fairbanks, August 7, 1861.

Captain John H. Palmer, August 7, 1861.

Captain William R. TFe.-,r, January 11, 1862.

Captain W. Melvin Brown, July 24, 1863.

Captain George A. Blackwfll, April 2, 1862.

Captain Charles B. Coventry, October 19, 1862.

Captain William H. Chnrch, November 14. 1863.

Captain Edmund R. P. Shurley, April 23, 1863.

First Lieut. Oliver W. Sheldon. August 6, 1861.

First Lieut. Ruffus D. Patten, August 6, 1861.

First Lieut. Henry J. Flint, August 7, 1861.

First Lieut, David Smith, jr., AdJ't, Augui-t 7, 1861.

First Lieut. Charles F. Barager, August 7, 1861. *

First Lieut. William E. Mercer, August 7, 18GL

First Lieut. Hevry D. Barnette, October 28, 18G1.

First Lieut. Gilbert Hay, Novembers, 1861.

First Lieut. Josiah E. Roberts, November 7, 1861.

First Lieut. William Cone, November 7, 1861.

First Lieut. A. Alonzo Thompson, January 11, 1862.

First Lieut. William B. Blackwell, R, Q. M., March 1, 1862.

First Lieut. Charles E. Lasher, April 7, 1862.

First Lieut. William C. Gardner, January 10, 1863.

Second Lieut. Edwin Harrington, July 20, 1861.

Second Lieut. Perry D. Hecox. July 21, 186L.

Second Lieut. James Van Vleck, August 6, 1861.

Second Lieut. John Bevines, August 6, 1861.

Second Lieut. John W. Kinney, August 7, iP'il.

Second Lieut. Richard L. Hall, August 7, 1861.

Second Lieut. Charles R. Johnson, January 28, 1862.

Second Lieut. Frank Lee, October 29, 1862.

Second Lieut. Charles H. Wamplc, February 24, 1863.

Chaplain Ira Smith, September 13, 1861.

Chaplain Daniel W. Bristol, January 3, 1663.

Dismissed, (1.)

Captain James B. Caryle, March 11, 1663.

Died, (5.)

Captain Montgomery Cossleman, killed in action August 30,

1862.
Captain Thomas Davis, killed in action August 30, 1862.
Captain Charles E Jennings, October 1, 1862. of wounds.
First Lieut. William K. Bacon, AdJ't, December 15, 1862, of

wounds received in action at Fiederickstourg, Va.
Second Lieut. Hugh Leonard, killed in action AtigUBtSO, 1862.

Missing, (1.)
Assistant Surgeon Charles M. Wight, since November 20, 1862.

Deserted, (1,)
Captain William H. Neill, December — , 1862.



Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out.



462



KEW YORK INFANTRY.



TWENTY-SEVENTH REGI-
MENT.

(Tliig regiment wng organized at
Elinira, N. Y., May 21, 1861, for
two years. It waa mustered out
ilay 31, 1863, by reason of expii'a-
tion of term of service.)

(The official list of battles in wbicb
this regiment bore an liononible
part is not yet publiribedin orders.)

• Colonel.

Alexander D. Adams 21 Nov., 62

Lieutenant Colonel.

Joseph H. Eodine 21 Not., 62

Major.

George G. Wanzer 21 Nov., 62

Captains.

Edwin D. ComBtock 21 Nov., 62

Charles A. V/cllfl 21 Nov.,

H. Seymour Hall 21 Nov.,

Burton Freeman 21 Nov.,

Albert M. Tyler 27 Nov.,

Edward P.Gould 22 Dec.,

Seymour Pierce 23 Dec,

George H, Romon 1 Mar., 63

Henry 11. White, a. w. m.
Shermau SI. Seeley, a. w. m.

First Lieutenants.

Chas.E. Thomp60n,^rf;'i.21 Nov., 62

James M. Watson 21 Nov.,

Georges. Gaskill 21 Nov.,

Darwin Maltby 22 Nov.,

Texas AngL-!, R. Q. M. . .22 Nov.,

William M. Nimbs 22 Dec,

George H. Robertson 22 Dec,

Charles Rock 22 Dec,

Ci-owby Hopkins 4 Jan., 63

' Lewis C. Bartlett, a. w. m.
John R. Briggs, a. w. m.
Edward C. Camp, a. w. m.

Second Lieutenants.

Eri S. Watson 13 Nov. , 62

William McJlahon 21 Nov.,

Willis J. Kendal! 22 Nov.,

Charles N. Elliott 27 Nov.,

Frederick Randall 27 Nov.,

Clinton E. liodgman 22 Dl-c,

Charles Sherman 4 Jan., 63

Edward 11. Crady 1 Mar,,

John C. Fairchilds, a. w. m.
Harvey R. Claris, a. w. m.

Surgeon.

Norman S, Barnca 21 May, 61

Assistant Surgeon.

William H. Stuart 26 Aug., 62

Chaplain.



Casualties.

Promoted, (9.)

Colonel Henry W. Slocum, iLEI. y., August 9, 1861^ to Briga-
dier General of vols.

Colonel Joseph J. Bartlett, October 4, 1862, to Brigadier
General of vols.

Resigned, (32.)

Lieut. Colonel JoKeph .T. Chambers, August 13, 1861.

Blajor Curtiss C. Gardiner. July 21, 1862.

Oaptain l^dwanl L. Lewift, August 2, 1861.

C.tptain James Perkins, November 7, 1861.

Captain Charles E. Martin, Feb.-uaiy 6, 18C2.

Captain Philo D. Phillips, April 24. 1863.

Captain Henry L. Acliilles, jr., June 9, 1862.

CaptaiQ Hiram C. Rodgers, July 20, 18G2.

Captain Pi_-ter Jay, August 14, 1862.

Captain Samuel M. Harmon. September 26, 18r2.

Captain William H. H. Hraincrd, November ^7, 18C2.

Captaiu Albert G. Northrop, November 27, lcG2.

Captain William 11. 8wan, March 9, 1863.

First Lieut Henry Ford, August 1, 1861.

First Lieut. William A. Sheldon, Augu ,t 1,1861.

First Lieut. Henry C. Jackson, August 10, 1861.

First Lieut. Davis C. Uartshorn, February 6, 1862.

Fir,-.t Lieut. Lafayette Cross, February 22, 1862.

First X^icut. Beiijamm Rankio, July oO, 1862.

First Lieut. James A. Hamilton, R. Q. M., October 7, 1862.

First Lient. William C. IJclden, January 4, 1863.

First Lieut. Andrim Patrullo, Jaiiiiary 18, 1863.

Second Lieut. Ciuirles D. Rice, ^Vugust 1, 1861.

Second Lieut. Oscar H. Phillips, August U, 186L

Second Lieut. James King, March 8, 1SG2.

Second Lieut. Henry H. Haunington, JuJy 10, 1862.

Second Lieut. John E. Rouh, November 13, 18S2.

Second Lieut. Nicholas Christman, November 20, 1SG3.

Second Lieut. Edward Williams. November 23, 1862.

Assistant Surgeon Baruett W. Morse, July 19, 1862.

Chaplain Daniel D. Buck, February 26, 1863.

Chaplain John G. AVebster, March 18, 18G3.

Discharged, (7.)
Captain William M. Bleakly, February 8, 1863.
First Lieut. John P. Jenkins, Adjt, October 16, 1861.
First Lieut. Thomas W. Dick, January 30, 1862.
First Lieut. George IL Hard, February 23, 18G2.
First Lieut. Chailes S. Baker, February 28, 1862.
Second Lieut. Frank E. Northrop, December 17, 1861
Second Lieut. James C. Croft, January 30, 1862.

Died, (4.)

Firpt Lieut. William H. Coan, September 11, 1862, at Wash-
ington. D. C, of disease.

Second Lieut. Asa Park, killed at Bull Run, Va., July 21, 1861.

Second Ij'wmX. Joseph Webster, July 22, 1862, of wounds re-
ci-ived at Gaines's Mill, Va. *

Second Lieut. Charles L. Gaul, August 20, 1862, at New York,
of disease.

Dismissed, (2.)

First Lieut. Melville W. Goodrich, Adj't, August 30, 1862.

First Lieut. Geurgt A. Dickson, October 11, 1862."

Cashiered, (2.)
First Lieut. James P. Kirby, It. Q. M., November 22, IBfiS.
Second Lieut. Alexander McKay, March 20, 1863.



Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out.



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