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Deserted, (1.)

First Lieut. Julius Kcssler, June 25. 1863.



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



540



NEW TOEK INFANTRY.



SEVENTY-THIRD REGIMEJJT.*

(This regiment was organized at
Staten Island, N. Y., and Washing-
ton, D. C, from July 10, 18G1, to
September 29, 1861, to Berve three
years. On the expiration of ita
lerm of aervice the original members
(excL'pt veterans) were mustered
out, and the regiment, composed of
veterans and recruits, retained in
service until June 29, 18C5, when
muHtered out in accordance with
orders from the War Department.)

'* YORKTOWN," "WILLIAMSBURG,"
"FAIR. OAKS," "GLENDALE,"
"MALVERN HILL," " BlUSTOW
STATION," "SECOND BULL RON,"
" CHANTILLY," " FREDERICKS-
BURG," " CHANCELLORSVILLE,"
" GETTYSBURG," " KELLY'S FORD,"
"MINE RUN," "WILDERNESS,"
"SPOTTSYLVANIA," "NORTH AN-
NA," "TOLOPOTOMOY," "COAL
HARBOR," " PETERSBURG,"

" STRAWBERRY PLAINS," "DKEP
"BOTTOM," "POPLAR SPUING
CHURCH," "BOYDTON ROAD."

Colonel.



Lieutenant Colonel.

Michael \y. Bums 1 Oct., 63

{Brevet Colonel 6 April, 1865.)

Major.

Lawrence H. Thompson. 16 Apr., 65

Captains.

John Downey 22 Nov., 62

James McKenna 10 Aug., 63

Henry Bell 1 Jan., 64

John G. Noonan 8 Mar,, 65

Samuel '!. Greenwalt G June,

Richard W- Claik, a. w. m.

First Lieutenants.

Charles H. Potter. 11 Sept., 63

John Jieli -■ 5 July, 64

Joseph A.Kent, Adft,.. 8 Mar., 65
Christopher W. Wilson.. 8 War.,

Benjamin F. Snydtr 16 v^pr,,

Charles W- Bower ,. 8 June,

Second Liezitenants.

William Butcher 27 Aug ,• 62

John Fisber 16 Apr., 65

Michael Cari'oll 5 June,

Jamea H. Wood, a. w. m.



Casualties.



Promoted, (1.)

Aspintant Surgeon Frank Ridgway, July 9, 1863, to Surgeon
74th regiment New York vols.

Resigned, (20.)

Lieut. Colonel Lewis J. Benedict, September 1, 1862
Lieut. Colonel William McCanly, January 11, 1863.
Major John D. Moriarty, July 9, 1862,
Captain Daniel Crowley, November 1, 1861.
Captain Archibald Gibson, June 7, 1862.
Fiist Lieut William Gleason, September 10,1861.
First Lieut. John D. Buck, November J9, 1861.
Firbt Lieut. John A. McCosker, R. Q. M., August 4, 1862.
Firbt Lieut. Frank E. Yates, December 11, 1862.
First LiLut. James T. Brady, R. Q. M., April 22, 1864.
Second Lieut. Walter R. Tramain, August 20. 1861,
Second Lieut. Mirhael Felney, November 19, 1861.
Second Lieut. Guftave A, Wallis, March 15, 1862.
Second Lieut. JVi/ham Smith, April 20, 1862.
Second Lieut. William H. Ludlow, July 8, 1862.
Second Lieut. Daniel Dempscy, August 12, 1862.
Second Lieut. Edward Harris, March 20, 1864.
Second Lieut Patrick Smith, May 2, 1864.
Second Lieut. Patrick Lawler, May 3, 1864.
Surgeon Henry P. Bostwick, February 10, 1862.

Mustered out on expiration of term of service, (6.)

Colonel \Villiam "R. Brewster, (Brevet Brigadier General De-
cember 2, le64.) October 24, 1864.
Captain John T. Lawrence, September 29, 1864.
Captain William M. Fisk, Octobei- 20, 1864.
First Lieut. James M. Forrest, January 24, 1865.
First Lieut. George B. Doris, Adft, January 31, 1865.
Surgeon Fowler Prentice, May 17, 1865.

Discharged, (12.)
Lieut, Colonel A. D. Hays, AuguRt 1. 1862.
Captain Charles B. Elliott, April 10, 1862.
Captain John P. Short, October 20, 1863.
Captain Thomas Smith, November 22. 1863
Captain Henry E. Tremain, May 1, 1865.
First Lieut. Mathew Stewart, R. Q. M., December 9, 1864.
Second Lieut. John Glennon, September 12, 1861.
Second Lieut Charles H. Whitfield, November 19, 186L
Second Lieut. James Chambers, September 21,1863.
Second Lieut. James A. McDonoitgh, October 2, 1863.
Second Litut. Zrank £. Moran, August 15, 1864.
Chaplain Joseph B. O'Hagen, September 10, JS63.

Died, (19.)

Captain Manuel Silva, August 17, 1861.

Captain Jchn ^^^n-Dvy, May 24, 1862.

Captain Alfred A. Donald, killed in action August 27, 1862.

Captain Kvgtnie C. Shine, killed in action July 2, 1663.

Captain Michael D. Purtell, killed in action May 10, 1864.

Captain JoA?^ PAc/nTi, killed at Spottsylvania,Va., May 12, 1864

Captain George Le Fort, killed in action May 20, 1S64.

Captain Jamea McDermott, Mtiy 31, 1864.

Fiist Lieut. John J. Glass, killed at Williamsburg, Va., May

5, lb62.
Firtit Lieut. Benjamin Beach, killed May 5, 1862.



* Called also Fourth Excelsior Regiment.



iMi^vv xuKK 1AJ?'ANTRT.



65



Surgeon.

lachabod N. Searl 15 June,

AssistarU SwrgcoTU
Gustavus J. Ackley 15 Apr., 65 1

Chaplain^



First Lieut. Tliomas Dennen, killed at Chancellorsville, May

2,1863.
First Lieut. WUliam L. Herbert, killed in action July 2, T8G3.
First Lieut. James Marksvian, killed in action July 3, 1863.
Firrit Lieut. Benedict A. Leonard, killed at Spottsylvania, Va.,

May 12, 18l4.
Second Lieut. Henry H. Lewis, killed at Bristow Station,

Va., Augut^t 27, 1862.
Second Litut. John McAllister^ killed at Bristow Station, Va.,

August 27, 18G2.
Second Lieut. George Dennen, killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July

2, 1863.
Secoud Lieut. Martin E. Higgin. Jnly 9, 1803.
Second Lieut. Charles R. Near, September 1, 1863.

Missing, ^p.)

First Lieut. Robert D. Evans, eince December 29, 1862.
PirKt Lieut. Michael Havney, bince December, 18G3.
Second Lieut. Jobn J. Skelan, since July 20, 1861.
Seco d Lieut. Cbarles L. Reynolds, since April, 1862.
Aeaistant Surgeon Oliver B. Adams, Bince April, 1863.

Dismissed, (11.)

Captain Thomas Manning, November 10, 1864.

Captain John Shiel, May 8, 1865.

First Lieut. William Glennon, September 22, 1862.

First Lieut, Bernard Kienan, DL'ccmber 10, 1862.

First Lieut. George H Raysey, June 25, 1863.

First Lieut. Thomas J. McGrath. June 25, 1863.

First Lieut. D. P. Hardy, June 25, 1863.

Fifht Lieut. Michael Feeney, December 14, 1863.

Fir^t Lieut. Richard F. Tighe, September 1, 1864.

Fir.it Lieut. Patrick McKenna, October 10, 1864.

Second Lieut. Washington Mullin, September 8, 1862.

Deserted, (1.)
First Lieut. William Farrell, January 18, 1863.



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on this register except thoBO announced in General
Orders before October 14, 1865.
Note 2. — The roster of oflBcers is given as it Btood on the day of muster out.



54v



NEW YORK IXFANTIIY.



SEVENTY-FODRTH EEGI-
MEXT.*

(This regiment was orgauized at
Staton Island, N. Y,, in Juno, 1861,
to serve threi' years. The original
mem'jers (except veterans) were
mustered out cf service June 26,
1864, and the veterans and recruits
transferred to the 40th New Yoik
volunteers.)



(The otHeial list of battles in which
this regiment bore an honorable
partis not yet published iu orders.)



Colo7icl.



Lieutenant Colonel.
William H. Lounsbury. .12 Jan., 63

3Tajor.
Lovell Purdy, jr 9 June, 64



Captains.

Francis E. Tyler 14 Jan.,

■Willi.Tft Conway 14 Jan.,

tRobert A.. .=itanton 21) Apr.,

I James E. Hill 14 Doc.,

Victor Hm-laux 7 Apr. ,



First Lieutenants.



William O'Kell, R. Q. M 15 Oct., 61

Willard P.ullard 7. Aug., Gi

Joset'b H. Ferrer 14 Dec., 63

Frederick E. Garnett. ..24 Dec.,

^Arthur Ilardeastle 26 Dee.,

John I. IJriggs 6 Apr., 64

1 Asa lS. Mason G Apr.,

David C. De Zouebe. .. .14 Apr.,
Andrew L Chambirlain, /(£?;'(, a.w.m.



Second Lieutenants.



Thomas Charters 21 May, 63

Ira E. Terry 25 May,



Surffeon.
Prank Eldgway 9 July, 63



Casualties.



Promoted, (2.)

Colonel Charles K. Graham, March 15, 1863, to Brigadier

General.
Surgeon James T. Calhoun, April 13, 1863, to Surgeon U. S. A.

Transferred, (1.)

Captain Charles G. Summers, June 3, 1864, to Veteran
Eeserve Corps.

Resigned, (20.)

Lieut. Colonel Charles H. Burtis, September 18, 18, 1662.
Major William B. Olmslead, April — , lB6i
Captain James II. McMillan. April 13, 1862.
Captain John T. Burgess, May 15, 1862.
Captain Ai-thur Wilkinson, August 15, 1862.
Captain Martin Wiliis, March 18, 1863.
Captain Charles \V. Squier, May 15. 1863.
Captain Duvid M. Watt, March 9, 1664.
First Lieut. James H. Stewart, June 13, 1862.
First Lieut. Edward Loicq, July 28, 1862.
First Lieut. John F. Chipchase, Adfl August 7, 1862.
First Lieut. Isaac. H. Bullard, September 18, 1862.
First Lieut. William W. Erwin, October 4, 1864.
First Lieut. Adolph Glackmej/er, January 7, 1863.
First Lieut. Robert E. Brewster, JIarch — , 1863.
First Lieut. George W Van Derzce, June — , 1863.
First Lieut. Eugene P. Jacvbson. May — . 1864.
Second Lieut. David C. De Zouche, October 4, 1§62. (Re-
commissioned as Second Lieuten.ant March, 1863.)
Assistant Surgeon Louis Masson, June 25, 1862.
Chaplain William II. Boole, March 21, 1862.

Discharged, (12.)

Major George H. Qvm-ten-man, April 17, 1863.

Major lleni'y M. Alles, March 31, 1864.

Captain Jt.hn P. Glass, August 20, 1862.

Captain William JI. Slew, February 7, 1863.

Caijtain ,Se;iham W. Purchase. March 9, 1863.

Captaiu Milton B. M'ller, April 7, 1863.

First Lieut. Aaron Erickson, jr., March 4, 1863.

First Lieut. Jennotte Jlacrlnlf, Sept-mber 26, 1863.

Second Lieut. Frederick A. Corse, June 27 1882

Second Lieut. William H. Sickles, June 27 1863

Surgeou Charles Lodge, May 27. 1863.

Assistant Surgeon John P. Kauffman, November 19, 1862.

Died, (10.)

Captain George A. Moray, June 23, 1862.

Captain Edmund A. Harrison, killed at battle of Bristow

Station, Va.. Aueu-f27, 1862. ,

Captain WOliam H. Chester, killed in action at the battle of

GettysbuVg, Pa., July 3, 1863.
Captain Alexander M. McCuue, killed in action June 7 1864.
iirst Lieut., Robert D. Andrews, killed at Bristow Station,

Va., August 27, 1862.
First Lieut. Charles Dussuet, killi-d May 10 1864

^HdS,' Jur23"l862''""'°°' """' ''" ^•="°'' ^' ^"^^-'-^



* AIho called Fifth Excelsior Regiment.

t Acting Ordnance Officer Army of the Potomnc at muster out of regiment,

t Transferred to the 40th New York vols.



KiiW lUHK INFANTRY.



543



Assistant Surgeon.

Joseph D. Stewart 5 June, 63

Chaplain,



Second Lieut. Rudolf N. Anderson, November 20, 1862, of

wounds received in action iit Bi'ii-tow Station. Va.
Second Lieut. James Short, killed in action July 23, 18G3.
Cbaplain Kobert SittJtr, August 6, 1863, of diaease.

Missing, (3.)

Colonel Thomas Holt, eiuce November 30, 1863.

AsHistant Surgeon Robert S. Braden, since November 15, ] 862.

AsaiBtant Surgeon John G. TVolcott, since October 31, 1863.

Dismissed, (4.)

Captain A. "Welling Belknap, September 25, 1863.
First Lieut. John Claude Boiron, March 18, 1863.
First Lieut. John Spinning, Septf mber 21, 1863.
Second Lieut. Edward Benard, October 14, 1862.

Deserted, (1.)

Captain Edward L. Price, November 10, 1862.



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



544



NEW YORK INFANTRY.



SEVENTY-FIFTH REGIMEMT.

(This regiment was organized at
Auburn, N. Y., in September, 1861,
for three years. On the expiration
of its term of service the original
members (except, veterans) vpere
mustered out, and the regiment,
composed of veterans and recruits,
retained in service untd August
31, 1865, when mustered out in
accordance with ordura from the
War Department.)

The following is the only official
list of battles in which this regi-
ment bore an honorable part yet
published in orders:



'GOTTEN,'



"BISLAN'D,"'
HUDSON."



'PORT



Lieutenant Colonel.
Robert P. York IJan., 65

Major.



Captains.

George B. McFarlan 7 July, 64

William M. Ilosmer 9 Sept.,

Cbarli's H. Cnx 1 Nov.,

Lester D. Wilson 21 Aug., 65

Robert Wehrhan, a. w. m.



First Lieutenants.

Horace B. Fitch 2 July, 63

Charles W. Wolcott 1 Apr., 64

Lucius G. Draper 18 May,

Samuel M. Chesebro 21 Oct.,

Williams. Hoxie 27 June, 65



Second Lieutenants.

George A. Niles .' 18 Oct.,

Gilbert L. Osborne 25 Dec.,

Thomas B. Smith 20 Apr.,

Sanford B. Teed 27 June,



Surgeon^
William W. Boot 21 Aug. , 65



Casualties.



Promoted, (7.)
Captain Charles C. Dwight, June 16, 1862, to Captain and A.

Captain Clinton D. McDougall, August 15, 1862, to Lieut.

Colonel illth regimen* New York vela. _

Captain James H. Hinman, July 1, 186:J, to Major Illth regi-

ifient New York vols.
Captain Luther Goodrich, October 16, 1863, to Colonel SSth

First Lieut. Charles W. Drew, March 25, 1863, to Colonel 76th

Second Lieut. Augustus W. Benedict, March 7, 1863, to Major
76th U. S. C. T. ^ ^^ ^^^^

Assistant Surgeon Cyrus Powers, September 12, 1863, to
Surgeon 160th New York vols.
»

Transferred. (1.)

Captain William D. Jajmes, August 11, 1864, to Veteran Re-
server Corps,

Resigned, (15.)

Colonel John A. Dodge, July 21. 1862.
Captain William IL Stevenson, September 3, 1862.
Captain John Choate, September 23, 1862.
Captain Eldridge G. Miles, February 12, 1863.
Captain Lansing Porter, April 16, 1863.
Captain Andrew Y. C rnirig, November 20, 1863.
Captain William II. Cray, April 6, 1864.
First Lieut. William D. Hamilton, June 16, 1862.
First Lieut. Horace. Silsby, September 5, 1862.
Second Lieut. Erastus E. Brown, November 26, 1861.
Second Lieut. Charles P. Ford, April 18. 18G4.
Second Lieut. Erastus W. Hauea, June 22. 1864.
Second Lieut. Volney H. Sweeting, June 21, 1865.
Chaplain Thomas B. Hudson, July 7, 1862.
Chaplain Simon Goss, March 5, 1863.

Mustered out on expiration of term of service, (13.)

Major Beujapiin F. Thurber, November 25, 1864.

Captain Frank Silsby November 25, 1864.

Captain Anson Tuller, November 25, 1864.

Captain Arba M. Seymour, December 6, 1864.

First Lieut. William II. Sayre, Adj% November 25, 1864.

First Lieut. George L. Howf, Q. R. M., November 25, 1864.

Fifst Lient. Isaac Stark. November 25, 1864.

First Lient. Frederick Cosaum, November 25, 1864.

First Lieut. William H, Roof, November 25. 18t>4.

First Lieut. Roselle B. Roe, December 6, 1864.

Surgeon Michael D. Bennedict, November 25, 1864.

Assistant Surgeon Frederick S. Treadway, November 25^

1864.
Chaplain John E. Werth, November 25, 1864.

Discharged, (20.)

Colonel Robert B. Mcrritt, October 29. 1861.
Major Lewis E. Carpenter, July 11, 1864.
Captain George B. Curtis, August 9, 1863.
Captain Tniman K. Fuller, October 9, 1H63,
Captain Henry B. Fitch, November 23, 1863.
Captain John E. Savery, March 8, 1864.



NEW YORK INFANTRY.



545



Assistant Surgeons.



Chaplain.



Captain William L. Stanjord, April 24, 1864.
Captain Cbnries W. Crocker, November 27, 1864.
Captain Francis A, Hopping. March 7, 1865.
Captain Jesse Baxter, June 3, 1865.
First Lieut. George D. Robinson, June 1, 186;}.
First Lieut. Jrhicl Clark, July 10, 1863.
First Lieut. Edward B< Laneing. Adj't. November 10, 1863.
First Lieut. David H. Foster, June 5, 1864.
First Lieut. James K. Warden-, Augustas, 1864.
First Lieut. John P. Fowler, August 26, 1864.
Second Lieut. Sajfiucl M. Cheesbro, July 25, 1863.
Second Lieut, Wilber P. Sabins. April 30, 1864.
Second Lieut. Horace J. Woodworth, June 5, 1864.
Assistant Surgeon Westley Blaisdell, July 25, 1863.
Died, (4.)

Lient. Colonel ■Willoughby Babcock, October 6, 1664, of

wounds received in action.
First Lieut. James E. Whiteside, killed in action at Bayou

Teche, La... January 14, 1863.
First Lieut. William B. Avery, killed in action at Port Hud-

Eon, La., May 27, 1863.
Second Lieut. Luther T. Hutchinson, killed in action at Port

Hudson, La., June 14, 1863.



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



]G b



546



NEW YORK INPANTIIT.



SEVENTY-SIXTH REGIMENT.*

(This regiment was organized at Al-
bany, N. Y., January 15, 1862, for
three years. The original members
(except veterans) were mustered
out of service in December, 1864,
and the vetiTana and recruits trans-
ferred to the 147th New York vol-
unteers.)

(The official Mat of battles in which
this regiment bore an honorable
part is not yet published in orders.)

Colonel.



Lieutenant Colonel.



Major.
t John W. Young 30 Sept., 63



Captains.

J Edwin J. Swan 11 Nov.,

t James D. Clyde 11 Mar.,

Edward B. Cochrane 31 Dec,

Albei't J. Jarvia 2 Jan.,



First Lieutenants.

Hubert Carpenter, AdftSfi June,

II William Buchanan 23 Jan.,

P.M.Woodruff 2 Mar.,

WiUiam Cahill 11 Mar.,

§Homer D. Cale 17 Mar.,

George W. Steele 10 Oct. ,

John Atkins 30 Nov. ,

Jacob J. Reese 3 Jan. ,



€5



Second Lieutenants.

JamcB L. easier 9 Jan., i

William H. Myers 16 Mar.,

II Job Norwood 16 Mar.,

II Martin Edgcomb 3 Dec. ,

II George B. Hill 5 Dec,

William Stringham, a. w. m.



Casualties.



Promoted^ (1.)

Assistant Surgeon Nelson R. Barnes, November 8, 1864, to
Surgeon 184 th New York vols.

Resigned, (16.)

Lieut. Colonel John D. Shawl, November 20. 1862.
Captain John H. Barnard, September 16, 1862.
Captain A. L. Swan, May 2, 1864.
Eirst Lieut. Martin B. Cleveland, February 1, 1862.
First Lieut. Charles H. George, March 1 1, 1863.
First lAeMt-Abram P. Smith, R.Q.M., May 17, 1862.
First Lieut. John H. Ballard, July 25, 1862.
First Lieut. Elias R. Weaver, September 20, 1862.
First Lieut. Hcman F. Robinson, Adft, January 2, 1863.
First Lieut. Hiram A. Blodgett, Adj't, February 27, 1863.
Second Lieat. W. Stewart Walcott, October 29, 1862.
Second Li^ut. George I. Fo.ster, November 11, 1862.
Second Lieut. William W. Green, December 16, 1863.
Surgeon Judson C. Nelson, July 10, 1863.
Assistant Surgeon C. M. Frisbee, March 19, 1863;
Chaplain Hiram S. Richardson, Febniary 24, 1863.

Mustered out on expiration of term of service, (11.)

Lieut. Colonel John E. Cook, October 15, 1864.

Captain Hcrschcl W. Pierce, October 10> 1864.

Captain J. Church Hatch, October 20,' 1864.

Captain Charles A. Watkins, November 8, 1864.

First Lieut. John M. Waterman, October 10, 1864,

First Lieut. Edward B. Cochrane, October 18, 1864.

First Lieut, Jra C. Potter, November 18, 1864.

First Lieut. Vbert A. Burnham, R. Q. M., December 1, 1864.

First Lieut. Earl Evens, December 15, 1864.

Second Lieut. Lavoisnre Stcbbins, December 1, 1864,

Surgeon George W. Meicalf November 9, ] 864.

Discharged, (30.)

Colonel Nelson W. Green, Jnne 3, 1862.

Colonel William P. Wainwright, June 25, 1863.

Colonel Charles E. Livingstone. I>ecember 10, 1364.

Captain William Lansing, February 22. 1862.

Captain Charles L. Watrous, December 19, 1862.

Captain Andrew J, Grover, December 20, 1862.

Captain Ot^car C. Fox, December 22, 1863.

Captain Oilman D. Crittenden, February 22, 1863.

Captain Aaron Sager, March 12, 1863.

Captain William H. Powell, March 13, 1863.

Captain James L. Goddard, August 18. 1864.

Captain Samuel M. Byram, November 29, 1864.

First Lieut. Edward D. Van Slyck, October 11, 1862.

First Lieut. Elias A, Mead, December 26, 1862.

First Lieut. WiUiam H. Oiase, December 26, 1862.

First Lieut. John Fisher, October 30, 1863.

First Lieut. Burlington Button, November 9, 1863.

First Lieut. Lucius Davis, November 9, 1863.

First Lieut. Peter S. Clark, November 9, 1863.

First Lieut. JSorman G. Harmon, November 28, 1863.

Second Lieut. ChaunceyM. Gaylord, September 12, 1862.

Second Lieut. R. W. Carrier, December 2, 1862.

Second Lieut. Thomas Simms, December 26, 1862.



* Called also Cortland County Regiment.



NEW YORK INFANTRY.



541



Assistaj^t Surg&m.
llCharles A. Hamilton... 7 May, 63

Cha-plain^



Second Lieut. Sanford M. Powell, February 11, 18fi3.
Second Lieut. A. Lyman Carter, November 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. Miciiael Long, November 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. Samuel E. Sanders, November 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. JoAre IV. Cooks, August 10, 1664.
Second Lieut. Carlos Baldwin, October 26, 1864.
Second Lieut. Moses M. Whitney, December 5, 1864.

DUd, (11.)

Major Andrew J. Grover, killed in action at Gettysburg, Pa.,
July 1, 1863.

Captain Roberts. Everett killed in action at Gettysburg, Pa.,
July 1, 1863.

Captain Robert Story, August 6, 1863, of wounds received at
Gettysburg, Pa.

Captain JSorman G.^ Bartholomew, killed tu action at^ Wilder-
ness, Va., May 5, '1864.

First Lieut. Richard Williams, killed in action at Bull Kun,
Va., August 29, 1862.

First Lieut. Chauncey D. Crandall, killed in action at Fred-
ericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862.

First Lieut. Philip Keeler,' July 1, 1863, of wounds received
in action at Gfttyuburg, Pa.

First Lieut. Barnard Phenis, August 18, 1864, of wounds re-
ceived while on picket near Petersburg, Va.

First Lieut. Thomas F. Weldon, killed in action August 26,
1864.

Second Lieut. Moses P. Marsh, September 26, 1862.

Second Lieut. Robert G. Noxon, September, 1863, of wounds
received in action at Gettyaburg, Pa.

Dismissed, (2.)

First Lieut. Silas Smith, July 8, 1864.

Assistant Surgeon William H. Lakeman, November 26, 1862.



tPrisoner of war at date of muster out of regiment. Mustered out March 12, 1865.

I Prisoner of war at dal°, of muster out of regiment. Mustered out April 21, 1865.

II Transferred to I47th New York volunteers January 28, 1865.

§ Prisoner of war at date of muster out of regiment. Mustered out February 4, 1865.

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



548



NEW YORK INFANTRY.



SEVENTY-SEVENTH REGI-
MENT.*

(This regiment was organized at
Saratoga, N. Y., in, November,
1861, for three years, Ou the ex-
piration of its term of service the
original members (except veterans)
were muatered out, and the regi-
ment, composed of vetevaua and
recruits, retained in service until
June 27, 1865, when mustered out
in accordance with orders from the
War Department.)



"rORKTOWN'," " WILLIAMSBURG,"
"GOLDING'S FARM," "SAVAGE
STATION," "WHITE OAK SWAMP,"
"MALVERN HILL," "CRAMPTONS
GAP," " ANTIF.TAM," "MARYE'S
HEIGHTS," " FREDERICKSBURG,"
"GETTYSBURG," "WILDERNESS,"
"RAPPAHANNOCK STATION," "PE-
TERSBURG," "SPOTTSYLVANIA,"
"COAL HARBOR," "FORT STE-
VENS," "OPEQUAN," "FISHER'S
HILL," " CEDAR CREEK."



Colonel.



Lieutenant Colonel.

David J. Caw 26 Jan., 65

(Brevet Colonel 2 A.pril, 1865.)



Major.



Captains.

Isaac D. Clapp ]8 June,

{Brevet Mnjor 3 April, 1865.)

Charles E. Stevens 15 Oct., '

David A. Thompson 6 Dec,

George M. Rosa 28 Dee.,

Charles H. Davia 3 May,



64



65



Casualties.



Promoted, (1.)

Captain Franklin Norton. August 18, 1862, to Lieut. Colonel
123d New York volunteers, *

Resigned, (26.)

Colonel James B. McKean. July 16, 1863.
Lieut. Colonel Joseph C. Her.deraon, June 17, 1862.
Captain Albert F. Beach, January 28, 1862.
Captain Benjamin F. Judr'on, March 26, 1862.
Captain Renel W. Araold, April 3, 1862.
Captain John Carr, May 18, 1862.
Captain Clement C. Hill, July 1, 1862.
Captain Judson B. Andrews, July 16, 1862.
Captain N. Hollister Brown, December 25, 1862.
First Lieut. John W. McGregor, February 10. 1862.
First Lieut. William Doughiss, April 21, J862.
First Lieut. Philander A. Cobb, May 11, 1862.
First Lieut. Gcorg'e D. Strong, June 1, 1862.
First Lieut. Lucius Shirtliff, R. Q. M., June 21, 1863.
First Lieut. Noble P. Hammond. July 24, 1862.
First Lieut. John Patterson, September 8, 1862.
First Lieut. Stephen S. Hastings, December 26, 1862.
Second Lieut. James H. Farnsworth, February 16, 1862.
Second Lieut. William K. Young, April 15, 1862.
Second Lieut. John J. Cameron, May 11, 1862.
Second Lieut, Che.ster H. Fodon, May 31, 1862.
Second Lieut. Cyrus F. Rich, December 2, 18t)2.
Second' Lieut. Emmett J. Patterson, December 18, 1862.
Surgeon John L. Perry, January 30, 1862.
Surgeon Augustus Campbell, February 7, 1863.
Chaplain David Tully, July 8, 1862.

Mustered ov^ on expiration of term of service, (16.)

Lieut. Colonel Winsor B. French, December 13, 1864,
Major Nathan S. Babcock, December 13, 1864.
Captain George S. Orr, December 13, 1864.
Captain Joseph H. Lovelaud, December 13, 1864.
Fiivt Lieut. Jacoli F. Hay ward, R. Q. M., December 13, 1864.
First Lieut. W lliam IV. Warden, Adft, December 13, 1864.
First Lieut. Lewis F. Vauderwerker, December 13, 1864.
First Lieutv Henry C. Rowland, December 13, 1864.
First Lieut. Alonzo Howlaud, June 16, 1865.
Second Lieut. David Lyon, December 13, 1864.
Second Lieut. George H. Gillis, December 13, 1864.
Second Lieut. Carlos Rowe, December 13, 18i)4,
Surgeon George T. Stevens, December 13, 1864.
Assistant Surgeon Juatin G. Thompson, December 13, 1864.
(Recommiflsioned Surgeon from civil life December 2 1, 1864.)
Assistant Surgeon William A. De Long, December 30, 1S64.
Chaplam Norman Fox, jr., December 13, 1864.

Discharged, (13.)
Captain Calvin A. Rice, October 4, 1863.
Captaiu Jesse White, February 22, 1863.
Captain Stephen S. Horton, May 31, 1863.
Captaiu John R. RockwL41, October 2, 1863.
Captain Seth \V. D^eyue, July 26, 1864.
First Lieut. Edward S. Armstrong, January 14, 1863,



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