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at Oak Ridge, Miss.. July 7, 1863.
Captain Marquis L. Kh<jdes, December 10, 1862, of disease, at

Memphis, Tenn.
Captain James M. Harland, killed in action at Mission Ridge,

Tenn., November 25, 1863.
First Lieut. John H. Moore, October 1, 1864; of wounds, at

Marietta, Ga.
Second Lieut. James W. Boyd, July 2, 1863, of disease, at

PIa3me8' Bluif, Miss.

Dismissed, (1.)
Assistant Surgeon Richard McGee, May 8, 1863.



1865.



* Appointed Captain and A. A. G.
Note. — The roster of officers is given as it stood on. the day of mu&ter out.



INDIANA INFANTRY



153



ONE HUNDRED AND FIRST
REGIMENT.

(This regiment was organized at
lodianapolis, Ind., in September,

1862, to serve three years. It jvas
mastered out of service June 24,

1863, in accordance with orders
from the "War Department.)

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

Colonel.



LieutenajU Colonel .

ThomasDoan 13 Mar., 65

{Brevet Colonel 13 Mar., 1S6.1)

Major.

George W. Steele, a. w. m.

Captains.

Peter Studabaker 5 Sept., 62

Benjamin F. Williams. . . 5 Sept.

JohnM. McKahan 12 SefJt.

Sylvester Tnrpen 21 Apr.,

David Richart 11 Jan. ,

Lorenzo D. Wilson 12 Mar.,

Sanford Fortner 16 July,

{Brevet Major 13 M:ir., 1865.)

Alexander Jay 20 May,

Thomas B. Loer, a. w. m.
William Wood, a. w. in.



Casualties.



63
64



65



First Liiuicnan ts.

John S. Hawkins 5 Sept , 62

Thomas E. Brown 12 Sept.,

Elmore T. Montgomery. . 4 July, 63

Joseph Bond 11 Nov.,

Joseph^. Lenfesty 11 Jan., 64

Lafayette Messier 12 Mar. ,

George W. DiflFendorfer,

Adj't 2 June,

'George Lindsey 19 Dec,

Aaron Shoemaker 19 Dec,

John Beals 21 May, (j"'

William H. Conner, R. Q. M., a. w. m.
David T. Cnlbert^ou, a. w. m.

Scco.id Lieutenant.
Edward R. Scott 16 Feb., 63

Surgeon.
William B. Graham 15 Mar., 64

Assistant Surgeon.
Basil B. Bennett 2 June, 64

Chaplain.
John T.Conner 16 July, 64



Promoted, (1.)

Second Lieut. William P. Bainbridge, September 28, 1864,
to Captain and A. D. C.

licsigned, (22.)

Colonel William Garver, May 30, 1863.

Major Basil B. Beiinett, January 27, 1863.

Captain Hoxie G. Kenyon, January 22, 1663.

Captain Josiah Sparks, January 27, 1863.

Captain Evan Rees, January 27, 1863.

Captain Frederick Cartwright, November 7, 16u3.

Captain David Truesdall, 'February 13, 1864. •

Captain John T. Floyd, May 12, 1864.

Fir.st Lieut. Joel Stafford, January 25. 1863.

First Lieut. Simon Krewson. March 15, 1863.

First Liexit. .Tames Price, Adj't, May 24, 1863.

First Lieut. Nathaniel F. Dunn, January 24, 1864.

First Lieut. Isaac N. WheiTett, Adj't. March 4, 1864.

Second Lieut. Ezekiel D. Cooper, January 23, 18ti3.

Second Lieut. John W. Todd, February 10, ie(i3.

Second Litut. William G. Wilson, < X-tober 26, 1863.

Second Lieut. Jamet* S. Pultou. November 8, 1863.

Second Lieut. John W. Pfaff, February 21, 1864.

Surgeon Cijrus V. N. Lent, February 2i\ 1863.

Assistant Surgeon Charles T. Melsluimcr. February 1, 1803.

Chaplain Richard D. Spellman, April 7, 1863.

Chaplain Thomas Whallon, September 3, 180 1.

Discharged, (2.)

Captain Alexiin.liT McCrary, St'pt.nil.i.r 6. ItnO.
Captain Is^aac White, March 9, 18o.'.

Died, (4.)

First Lieut. John H. Ellis, October 2(i, ItG;:, of disease, at
Chattanooga, Tenn.

First Lieut. Andrew J. Barlow, September 16, 1864, of wounds
received in action at Chattanooga, Tenu.

Second Lieut. Richai-d H. Busick, October 16, lio3, of wounds
received in action at Chickamauga, Tenp.

Second Lieut. Henry T. Waterman, killed in action at Mis-
sion Ridge, Tenn., November 2.5, ]8G:J.

Dismissed, (3.) '

First Lient. William Beesoti, June 7, li^tlo.
Surgeon Philip P. W.'dtesell, May 25, 1863.
Surgeon Annin W. Dewey, December 30, 1863.



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



154



INDIANA INFANTRY.



* ONE HUNDRED AND TWEN-
TIETH REGIMENT.

(This regiment was organized at lu-
dianapolis, Vincennes, and Lufay-
etto, Ind., from December, 18G3, to
March, 1864, to serve three years.
It was mustered out of service Jan-
uary 8, 1866, in accordance with
orders from the War Department.)

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

Colonel.
Reuben C. Kise 9 Sept. , 65

Lieutenant Colonel.
John M. Barcus 10 Sept., 65

]Slnj'.>r.



Captains.

Thomas I. Richards iJO Feb., 61

Albert Knowlcs 8 Mar.,

Henry Gilham 8 Mar.,

Ebenezer P. MeCiiiskey.13 Nov.,

Jacob H. Barcus 2.5 Dec,

James D. Hudson 12 Apr. , e.'i

WiUiam Helder 19 July,

Redmon F. Laswell 1.5 Dec,

First Lieutenants.

Jhilson P. Cummins 29 Feb., i34

Abraham Cantwell 8 Mar.,

Thos.J.McClure, 7?.Q.iV/.19 Mar.,

Esaias H. Cox 22 Nov.,

Christopher C. Vance ... 4 Dec,

Harrison D. Wilson 8 Apr., 65

John L. Houchin 23 May,

Elijah P. Coulter, Adj't.. G Aug.,
Benjamin Sainly 6 Aug.,

Second Lieutenants.

John R. Thomas 13 Nov. , 64

Leonard C. Griffith.. -•...27 Nov.,

James H. Simpson 1 July, 65

•Thomas R. Irons 20 July,

William P. Wilson 20 July,

Benjamin F. Bruner 24 July,

Joshua F. Roberts 6 Aug.,

William Day 7 Aug.,

Isaiah B. Tivis, n. lo. m.

S'irgeon.
JohnM. Neely 15 Sept. ,.64

Assistant Surgeon.
John S. French 25 Apr., 64

Chaplain.
John R. McCoy, a. w. m.



1865.



Casualties.



Resigned, (12.)

Colonel Richard F. Barten, August 8, 1864.
Colonel Allen W. Prather, August 31, 186.5.
Captain Charles W. Elmore, September 29, 1864
Captain William C. Thomas, June 2, 1865.
Captain Henry H. Robertson, October 9, 1865.
First Lieut. He7iry R. Sloan, September 8, 1864.
First Lieut. Edward C. Abdell, Adj't, August 14,
Second Lieut. Henry Reath, July 25, 1864.
Second Lieut. John H. Bartlett, August 23, 1864.
Second Lieut. Ovid B. Todd, December 28, 1865.
Surgeon William L. Barker, July 15, 1864.
Assistant Surgeon Robert G. Harrison, May 10, 1865.

Discharged, (14.)

Captain William J. Cook, September 10, 1864.
Captain Thomas J. Downs, May 15, 1865.
Captain Benjamin F. Goe, January I, 1866.
First Lieut. John Stephenson, September 3, 1864,
First Lieut. Nathan Wilson, September 8, 1864.
First Lieut. J/Jwifis il/. Daily, Septembers, 1864.
First Lieut. William H. Raudall, December 10, 1864.
First Lieut. Timothy D. Calvin, Drcember 1.5, 1864.
First Lieut. Henry C. Merrick, Adft, June 21, 1855.
Second Lieut. James Hart, September 3, 1864.
Second Lieut. James M. Pluuket, February 15, 1865.
Second Lieut. Richard W. Hastings, May 15, 1,865.
Second Lieut. Daniel W. Brown. June 20, 1865.
Second Lieut. William H. Gregg, Juue 27, 1865.

Died, (2.)

Major Edward B. Brasher, killed in action at Franklin, Tenn.,

October 30, 1864.
Captain James Tobias, February 25, 1S55, at Louisville, Ky.

Dismissed, (4.)

Ciiptiihi Ilcinj .Stephens, November 29, 1865.

First Lieut. Jahn E. Sbockley, Ai!;;ust 15, 1865.

First Lieut. Johu M. Simmerman, l^ccember 27, 1865. '

Second Lieut. George W. Buxton, February 24, 18C5.



* The regiments from 1 02d to the J14th, iuclusive, .failed to complete their organizations. The 115th
to 118th regiments, inclusive, were 6-months' organizations. The 119th regiment is known as the 7th
cavalry.

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



JNDIANA INFANTRY."



155



-ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-
THIRD REGIMENT.

(This regiment was organized at
Indianapolis, Terre Haute, ^nd
Greensburg, Ind., from November
25 1863, to March 7, 1864, to serve
three years. It was mustered out
of service August 25, 1865, in ac-
cordance with orders from the War
Department.)

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

Colonel.

John C. McQniston 9 Mar., 64

(Brevet Brig. Gen. 13 Mar., 1865.)

Lieutenant Colonel.

Dewitt C. Walt^B .' IJuly, 64

Major.
Irvin Eobbins I July, 64

Captains.

Angus F. McCoy 5 Jan.. 64

Wiliiam L. Day 3 Mar.,

Thomas H. Martin 17 Mar.,

Joseph M. Donnohue 1 Sept.,

Hug^ Weston .12 Sept.,

John Fleehart 20 Nov.,

June E. Cravens 20 Nov.,

John A. Merrill 7 May, 65

Joseph D. Utter, a. to. m.
George W. Hollis, a. w. m.

Firitt Lieutenants.

Wilbur P. Hiit, Adft 6 Jan., 64

Andrew G. Wood 24 Feb.,

JohnW. Glenn 3 Nov.,

George McCain 16 Nov.,

William J. Allen... ^ 1 Apr., 65

Joseph McClellan 18 Apr.,

Ephraim T. Allen 7 May,

George W. Lewis, R. Q. M , a. w. m.
Ira E. Starks, a. w. m.
" Abel Tyler, a. w. m.
Alexander W. Beighlc, c. w. m.

Second Lieutenants.

OrrinL. Hull 18 Feb., 64

WUliamF, Bm-k 24 Feb.,

Charles O. Waggoner ...13 Sept.,

Oliver Richey 1 Apr., 65

William Tucker 1 Apr., ,

John Davidson 1 July,

William H. Stout .14 July,

SurgEon.
John H. Spurrier, a. w. m.

Assistant Surgeons.

Daniel B. Dutton 16 Mar., 64

Jacob B. Wilson 14 Sept.,

Chaplain.



Casualties.



Resigned, (9.)

Lieut. Colonel William A. CuUen, June 8, 1864.
Captain Elisha Cowgill, July 10, 1864.
Captain William H. Dalbey, October 15, 1864.
First Lieut. Jesse Miller, October 4, 1864.
First Lieut, Joseph Abbott, December 11, 1864.
First Lieut. Joseph Carter, June 20, 1865.
Second Lieut. Green B. Roszell, October 20, 1864,
S'econd Lieut. Thomas H. Allen, October 28, 1864.
Assistant Surgeon Elliott W. Leech, , 1864.



Discharged, (4.)

First Lieut. John H. Kirby, April 21, 1865.
Second Lieut. William H. Houston, July 22, 18G4,
Second Lieut. John TV. Tompkins, September 7, 1864.
Second Lieut. Leroy P. Aldridge, January 28, 1865.

Died, (4.)

Captain FletcherlG. Owens, August 8, 1864, of wounds re-
ceived near Atlanta, Ga.

Captain Franklin F. Swain, August 23, 1864, of wounds re-
ceived in action near Atlanta, Ga.

First Lieut. James Jeffries, killed in skirmish near Marietta,
Ga., June 27, 1864.

Second Lieuti^ohn H. Secrist, December 16, 1864, of wounds
received n§ar Nashville, Teun.

Cashiered, (1.)
Second Lieut. Nathan M. Thorp. July 14, 1865.



*For 121st regiment see 9th cavalry. The 122d regiment failed to complete its organization.

Note 1. ^No brevet appointments are entered on this register except those announced in General

Orders before October 14, 1865.
Note 2. TJie roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of musteroiit.



156



INDIANA INFANTRY.



ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-
FOURTH REGIMENT.

(This regiment was organized at
Indianapolis, Terre Haute, and
Richmond, Ind., from November,
1863, to March, 1864, to serve
three years. It was mustered out

• of service August .31, 1865, in
accordance with ordersj from the
War Department.)

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

Colonel.
JohnM, Orr 12 Aug., 64

Lieutenant Colonel.
Henry S. Gibson 17 July, 65

Major.

Captains.

John Mossick C6 Jan., 64

John W. Hannah 15 iMar.,

Asa Teal 18 Mar.,

Charles Emery 17 Dec,

Jesse Mav 8 Feb., 65

John W. Walker 29 Apr.,

Benjamin F. Morgan 29 Apr.,

Riley Woods lilt Apr. ,

Edmund Eugle 22 May,

First Liculenants.
■\VJllJara L. Parquhar, R.

Q. M. 8 Oct., 63

Isaac J. Taylor 18 Jan., 64

Martin S. Bush 17 Mur.,

Joseph A. Bunch 18 iMar.,

Thomas F. Howell 19 Mar.,

Joseph A. Leonard, .4^77.15 Oct.,

Marion E. Griswold 29 Dec. ,

Geo. W. DeGruramond. 1 Mar., 65

William Myers ^ . .19 Apr.,

Howard Wilson 29 Apr. ,

George F. Stewart '29 Apr.,

John B. Schissler 20 May,

Second Lieutenants.

Lot H. C. Pumphrey 17 Mar., 04

William M. Fisher 18 Mar.,

George Specs 19 Mar.,

Nathan Krauso 13 Jan., 65

Joseph H. Keever 19 Jan . ,

Sherrod W. Reece 18 May,

Lewis Shramm 20 May,

Alexander M. Williani.«, a. lo. m.

Surgeon.
Vincent H. Gregg 10 Mar,, 64

Assistant Surgeon.
Stanley W. Edwins 18 Oct., 64

Chaplain.



Casualties.



Promoted, (1.)

Assistant Surgeon William F. King, March 1, 1865, to Sur-
geon 147tlx regiment Indiana infantry.

Resigned, (10.)

Colonel James Burgess, July 9, 1864.
Lieut. Colonel Henry H. Neff, May 24, 1865.
First Lieut. Van L. Parsons, September 21, 1864.
First Lieut. John M. Jones, December 11, 1864.
First Lieut. William F. Snider, Adj't, June 28, 11:65.
Second Lieut. Levi Wolf, June 14, 1864.
Second Lieut. Charles C. Stevens, June 22, 1864.
Second Lieut. Mahlon H. Stanley, July 28, 1864.
Chaplain William K. Dean, July 3, 1864.
Chaplain Reuben H. Sparks, May 1, 1865.


Discharged, (9.)

Captain Samuel P. Conner, January 1.5, 1865.
Captain Caleb B. Jackson, January 18, 1865. •
Captain David D. Negeley, May 15,1865.
Cnptain Jonathan .1. Wright, June 12, 1865.

First Lieut. William P. Payne, Adft, March 11, 1SG4.
First Lieut. Calvin R. Johnson, October 24, 1864.
First Lieut. Thomas S. Kennon, December 20, 1664.
Second Lieut. Julius C. Sharp, November 21, 1864.
Second Lieut. Joseph T. Elliot, May 15, 1865.
Assistant Surgeon Alfred Keiser, March 1.5, 1864,

Died, (3.)

Captain Nathaniel D. Morgan, February 14, 1665.

Captain James S, Neff, killed in action at Wise's Forks, N. C,

March 10, 1865.
First Lieut. Amos Groenendyke, December 26, 1864, of

wounds received in action at Franklin, Tenr.

Dismissed, (1.) .
Captain James Conner, December 22, 1864.



* Commissioned First Lieut, and Adft 9th regiment Indiana cavalry.
Note.— The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of muster out.



INDIANA INFANTRY.



157



*ONE HUNDRED AND TWEN-
TY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.

(This regiment was organized at
Michigan City, Indiana, from De-
cember 15, 1863, to March 7, 1864,
to serve three years. It was mus-
tered out of service — «fil 10, 1866,
in accordance with orders from the
War Department./

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

Colonel.
Jasper Packard 26 June, 65

Lieutenant Colonel.

tRichard K. Miller ....'... 17 July, 65

Major.

John M. ri-Tce 17 July, 65

Cajjtains.



Frank M. Kenton 7

John T.Powell 18

:J John Corbin 1

Henry G.Bliss 18

John C. Barnett :... 1

William C.Mills 12

Benjamin H. Keith 18

Orlando P. Brennesholtz. 9

§Dwight Eraser 21

Lewis A. Campbell 17

First Lieutenants.

William A.Harper 7

George W. Smith 7

Henry C. Long, R. Q. M.15
Nathaniel S. Paul, Adft.. 18

Calvin W. Keefer 4

Charle8_ Osbor n 12

Erastus A. Harris 19

Frank E. West 6

Samuel T. Evey 18

Charles D. Church ,. 9

William C. Wier 21

AnthonyL.D.. Scott 7



Second Lieutenants.

Mark L. Robinson 7 Mar., 64

William H. Crockett 16 June, 65

George O- Fioch 6 July,

Samuel Tilton 7 July,

Milton C. Outhwaite 21 Oct.,

John Skevington 27 Oct.,

Joshua G. Eraser 27 Oct.,

James H. Vigus, a. w. m.
George W. Ball, a. w. m.



Mar.,


64


Mar.,
July,




Dec,




Jan.,


65


May,




July,




Aug.,




Oct.,




Jan.,


66


Mar.,


04


Mar. ,




Mar. ,




Nov.,




Apr.,


6.5


May,




May,




July,




July,




Aug.,




Oct.,




Feb.,


6G



Casualties.



Promoted, (2.)

Major Joshua Healey, April 29, 1865, to Colonel 151st regiment

Indiana infantry.
First Lieut. William H. Calkins, R. Q. M., March 25, 1864, to

Major 12th regiment Indiana cavalry.

Resigned, (3.)

Second Lieut. William W. Finch, June 24, 1864.
Second Lieut. Gardiner K. Haskell, December 26, 1865.
Assistant Surgeon Lysander Meaker, December 30, 1864.

Discharged, (10.)

Colonel Richard P. De Hart, April 28, 1865.

Captain Levy Eli, August 26, 1864.

Captain Alex. K. Ewing, October J2, 1864.

Captain Benjamin Sheffield, December 10, 1864.

Captain William C. Keut, January 22, 1865.

Captain William Van Wert, October 3, 1865. ^

Captain William S. Freeman, November 21, 1865.

First Lieut. John E. Cass, March 24, 1865.

Second Lieut. William H. Grantham, December 29, 1864.

Second Lieut. Joseph Blessing, January 10, 1865.

Died, (5.)

Captain James G. Stiilej-, killed in action at Franklin, Tenn.,
November 30, 1864.

Captain James Bissell, killed in action at Franklin, Tenn.,
November 30, 1864.

First Lieut. Walt E. Brown, killed in action at Wise's Fork?,
N. C, March 10, 1865.

First Lieut. Solomon H. Fountain, April 8, 1865, at Nowbern,
N. C.

Assistant Surgeon William Y. Nelson, June 26, 1864, at King-
ston, Ga.

Alissing, (1.)

C;iptain Mark C. McAfee, since March 6, 1864.



♦For 125th regiment see 10th cavalry. For 126th regiment see 1 1th cavalry. For 127th regi-
ment see' 12th cavalry,
t Discharged September 1, 1866. : Discharged September 5. 1866. § Discharged July 31 , 1866.
Indiana infantry, 128 reg.— 1



158



INDIANA INFANTRY.



Surgeon.




Max F. A. Hoffman 25 Jiily, fiJ




Assistant Surg^eon, •




David Sftlisbury 1] Nov., ()5




Chaplain.




William P. Koutz 25 Mar. , 64





Note. — The roster of officers ia given as it atood on the day of muster out.



JiUUlUUUi lUiautl J , ImO IC^.



INDIANA INFAXTRY.



]59



ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY- i
NINTH REGniENT.



Casualties.



Firs'- Lieutenants.



Abner F. PincMn

Naham Tilbury

Gr«)rge "W. S cott

William Fenton

Joseph Simpson

Philander Smith

Emory G. Melendv,.-!cf/"f

William H. Acho- .a

Edgar J. Bliss, R. Q. M..
John Cole



7 Mar.,
1 Apr.,

11 r»ct.,

1 Mar.,
1 Apr.,
lApr.^
l!r Apr.,
•;0 Apr..
1 Jnlv,
1 Jniy,



64



63



(Thisre^ment was organized l.t Ken-
dallsville and Michigan City, Ind..
from December !•?. liC'-h xo April
11, lSi>l, to serve thr. > year?. It

. was mnstered ont of service Angnst
^, 1865, in accordance with orders
from the War Department.)

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

ColoneL
Charles A. Zollinger 1 July, 64

Lieutenant Colond,
Sainn'.l B. McGrUire S Apr., Co

^Icjor.



Cap'.ams,

William H. Cole 16 Jan., 64

David Bennett 7 Mar.,

Benjamin F. James 7 Mar.,

James Harper 1 Apr.,

Robert Hoy -Apr.,

John Q. Washburn 11 Apr.,

Edward W. MetcaUe 9 July,

George W. Walton ^0 Nov..

Charles Kinmont 1 Apr., 65

Lemuel M. Eichey 1 Jcdy,



Si:;ond Lieutenants.

Martin L. Duck 6 Mar., 64

James H. Beecher 7 3Iar.,

Cyrus Fike C'Apr.,

George Shoop 1 July, 65

Sirgeon,
James Tolerion 1 July, 65 !

i

Assistaut. S :rgeons.



Resigned, (12.)
Colonel Charles Case, June 14, 1864.
Lieut. Colonel Solomon De Lon?. December 9, 1864.
Captain Obadiah Baer, December 26, 1864.
First Lieut. Heory Clay. May '22. 18ti4.
Firft Lieut. Reuben James. October 14. lSo4.
Fir^t Lieut. Crawford Fairbanks, December 26. TSd4.
Fir-t Lieut Joseph W. Cop^iL Q. Af.. March 28. 1S65.
First Lieur. Nathaniel W. Sherwin, April 22. 1865.
Second Lieut. James W. Brigg.*. An.au.'Jt 17, lSfi4.
Surgeon George W. Carr, May 18, Ijd.j.
Assistant Surgeon Joseph R Gorrell, March IS, 1S65.
Chaplain Armine T. Reese, December 12. 1864.

Diichargid. (6.)

First Lieut Henry Reed, August 31, 1S64.

First Lieut Herman C. Hahn, Adft, D.-cemli^- CI. 18G4.

First Lieut Horace Hamlin, March Ir. 1S65.

First Lieut Joseph C. Dickey, May 15, IS' 5,

Second Lieut. Thomas C. Swan, ©ct.ber 14, lSi>!.

Second Lieut. Thaddens S. Bonney, December 2i ISoJ.

DUd, (4.)

Captain Julian A. Robbins, July 24. ISiU, ol wouuds received

in action.
First Lieui. Birge Smifh, April 29. 1SC.5.
Second Lieut. Simon liowiuaa. .Vugnst 19, ISGl.
Second Lieut Charles Tyler, November 22, 1864, of wounds

received in action.

Dismissed, (2.^

Captain Francis M. McDonald, March 2?, 1:^.',
Second Lieur. John W. Kunyan, November 22. ISol.



Chaplain.



Note. — The roster cf uiEcer? i; given a; it ttood on the day of mustf r out.



160



INDIANA INFANTRY.



ONE HUNDRED AND THIR-
TIETH REGIMENT.

(This regiment was organized at
Kokomo, Indiana, from Dec mber,
.1863, to March, 1864, to servo three
years. It was mustered out of ser-
vice December 2, 1865, in accord-
ance with orders from the War
Department.)

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

Colonel.

Charles S. Parrish 12 Mar. , 64

Lieutenant Colonel.

Elijah W. Penny 24 May. 65

Major.



Captains.

Aureliua S. Purviance..- 5 Mar., 04

George Grouse ]0 Jlar.,

JoBtph Craig 15 Mar.,

William H. Mayes 8 Sept.,

John B. Littler 12 Nov.,

William Dillan 24 May, 65

Joseph C. Grissom 16 OL-t.,

Hiram D. Rntter, a. w. m.

First Lieutenants.

William H. Covert 1 Mar., 64

William L. Hitter 1 Feb. , 65

Francis F. H. B. Glantori. 6 Feb.,

Edwin R. W. Truax 18 May,

William M. Appleton ...19 May,

Oaim Wade, Adj'i 24 May,

JoEu M. Hunt G July,

George Gegner 16 Oct.,

Jacob W. Kenower,

R. Q. /./ 10 Nov.,

John D. Potter, a. w. m.

Second Lieutenants.

Melvin Seward 18 May, 65

John Rager 18 May,

Adam Wolf 6 July,

Frederick Cartwright . . .13 Oct.,
Joseph W^ebister, a. w. m. ^

Surgeon.
George W. ruttison 1 Dec, 64

Asaisiant Surgeon.

Bra.Klou Bak.jr 9 D>c., 64

Chaplain.



Casualties.



Resigned, (9.)

Major Joseph W. Purviancn, July 1, 1864.
Captain JOHiah Barnes, November 29, 1864.
Captain Levi P. Adams, December 31, 1864.
Fir.-it Liyut. William N. -Vancamp, June 15, 1864.
First Litur. Melyne Miller, September 29, 1864.
First Lieut. John F. Wildraan, Adft, March 30, 1865.
Second Lieut. Robert W. Nickum, July 21, 1864.
Second Lieut. Daniel Forney, August 11, 1864.
Second Lieut. William S. Bin, September 18, 1864.

Discharged, (13.)

Lieut. Colonel James R. Bruner, March 28, 1865.

Captain E. B. Doll, August 13, 1864.

Captain Jesse Butler, May 15, 1865.

Captain Henry J. Main, May 15, 1865.

Captain James A. Milliken, November 9, 1865.

First Lieut. Andrew C. Gardner, May 8, 1865.

First Lieut. Charles A. Dresser, R. Q. A/., August 24, 1865.

Second Lieut. Allen C. Newhouse, February 4, 1865.

Second Lieut. Jamen S. Purviance, May 15, 1865.

Second Lieut. John S. Campbell, November 9, 1865.

Surgeon Thomas N. Jones, July 19, 1864.

Assistant Surgeon Eliazer Williamson, March 18, 1865.

Chaplain Lemuel Shortridge, April 11, 1865.

Died, (3.)

Captain John L. Mitchell, August .15, 1864, of wounds, at
Marietta, Ga.

First Lieut. Martin Y. Record, September 22, 1864, of disease,
at Marietta, Ga.

Second Lieut. William H. Cone, July 22, 1864, of wounds re-
ceived in action at Atlanta, Ga.,

Dismissed, (1.)
First Lieut. James W. Brown, March 25, 186.5.



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



INDIANA INFANTRY.



161



* ONE HUNDRED AND FORTI-
ETH REGIMENT.

(Thi3 regiment was organized at
Indianapolis, Indiana, from October
22 to November 17, 1864, to Berve
one year. It was mustered out of
service July Jl, 1865, in accordance
with ordeia from the War Depai't-,
ment.)

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

Colonel.

Thomas J. Brady 24 Oct., 64

Lieutenant Colonel,

David T. Mitchell 3 Nov., 61

Major.

Charles P. Pendergrast . .25 Jan., 65

Captains.

John Schmuck 13 Oct. , 54

John H. Stevenson 18 Oct.,

Joshua M. Scrantou 18 Oct.,

George W. Shane 18 Oct. ,

William Culbertson 24 Oct.,

Hugh B. Shutts 25 Oct.,

William Miller 25 Oct.,

Charles M. Guthridge 1 Nov.,

Hiram H. Darter 1 Apr., 65

First Lieutenants..
t John B. Routb, if. Q. M. 6 Sept., 64

William Rowin 14 Sept. ,

George W. Shepherd 13 Oct.,

Robert R. R. S tewart 17 Oct. ,

Philemon Dickinson...'. .17 Oct.,

OwenM. Dotson ....• 18 Oct.,

Martin C. Holman 21 Oct.,

Thomas B. McGregor 24 Oct.,

George M. Irwin 2 Nov.,

Benjamin T. Heady 1 Apr., 65

James H. Smith 2 Apr. ,

Second Lieutenants.

Ezra W.Bdnd ....* 13 Oct., 64

James T. Andrews 17 Oct.,

Isaiah Rich 18 Oct.,

'William P.ate 18 Oct.,

William W. Burden 21 Oct.,

Noah S.Weddle 25 Oct.,

Alexander McKinley 2 Apr., 65

Leander H. Prather 2 Apr. ,

Surgeon.
William C. Sweezey, a. w. v>. •
Assistant Surgeons.

Micajah B. Ballard 2 Nov., 64

William C. Piatt ]4 Jan., 65

Chaplain.



Casualties.



Resigned, (3.) . ■

Captain David Kilgore, March 5, 1865.

Second Lieut. Jefferson K. Snodgrass, January 8, 18C5.

Second Lieut. Robert C. McDonnell, June 14, 1865.

Discharged, (4.)

First Lieut, George R. Sims, R. Q. M., October 24, 1864.
First Lieut. Simeon Lynn, December 1, 1864.
First Lieut. Thomas E. Johnson, Adj't, May 12, 1865.
Second Lieut. John Landerbaugh, June 2, 1865.

Died, (1.)

Chai^ain Jacob R. G^yer, April 2, 1865, of disease, at Kinston,



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