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wounds received in action at Wlnclu^Mtor, Va.

Dismissed, (1.)
Captain Robert W. Laird, April 1, 1864.



Note 1. — No brevet appointments are entered on tills register except thoBO announced In General
Orders before August 31, 1801.
Note 2. — The roster of offlcors is given as It stood on the day of muster out.



VERMONT INFANTRY.



105



FIFTH REGIMEI^T.

(VETERAN.)

(This regiment was organized Sept.
16, ]861, at St. Alba&s, Vt., for three
years; On the expiration" of its
term of service the original members
(except veterans) were mustered
out, and the organization, composed
of veterans and recruits, retained in
service until June 29, 1865, when it
was discharged, in accordance with
orders from the War Department.)

"YORKTOWN," "WILLIAMSBURG,"
"GOLDING'S FARM," " SAVAGE
STATIO.V," "WHITE OAK SWAMP,"
"CRAMPTON'S GAP," '■ANTIE-
TAM, " " MAYRE'S HEIGHTS, "
"FREDERICaSEURG," "SALEM

HKIGHT3, "GETTYiBDRG," ,"RAP-
PA-HANNOCK STATION," "FUNKS-
TOWS," "WILDERXESS," "SPOTT-
SYLVANIA," "eOAL HARBOR,"
"PETERSBQRG," " CHARLES-

TOWN," "OPEQUAN," "FIdHER'S
HILL," "CEDAR CREEK."

Colonel.



Lieutenant Colonel.

Ronald A. Kennedy 19 Mar., 65

Major.

Eugene O.Cole 22 Feb.. 65

Captains.

Thomas Kavaney 12 Oct., 64

George H. Sessions 30 Dec,

Myron S. Dudley -.30 Dec, .

SamuelF. Kilbom 30 Dec,

WUliam H. Wright 1 Jan., 65

Hiram Gook 2 May,

Daniel E. Barrett 7 Jane,

RobertPratt 7 June,



First Lieutenants.

Isaac L.Eeils R. Q. M"... 30 July,
Chas. F. I^eouard, Adft. .17 Nov.,

Wallace E. Baldwin 2 Jan.,

Edward C. Warner 2 Jan.,

Joseph M. Foster 2 Jan.,

David R. Hosford 2 Jan.,

Charles V. Cool 4 May,

Henry D. Huntington... 4 May,

James Grace 13 June,

Frederick C. Davis 16 June,

Jackfion Sargent 24 June,

Second Lieutenants,



Casualties.



Resigned^ (8.)

'Major Redfield Proctor, July 11. 1862.
Captain Charles G. Chandler, May 3, 1862.
Captain Charles W. Seager, November 17, 1863.
First Lieut. Charles T. ALichin. November 22, 1861.
First Lieut. Charles C. Syaulding, October 21, 1862.
First Lieut. George R. Hall, April 8, 1864.
Second Lieut. Martin J. McManua. November 22, 1861.
Chaplain Yolney Simonds, March 24, 1862.



Discharged, (32.)

Colonel Heniy A. Smalley, W&,, p., B. a., Sept. 16. J862.
Lieut. Colonel Addison Brown, jr., December 9, 1864.
Captain John D. Sheridan, July 12, 1862.
Captain Reuben C- Benton, August 26, 1862.
Captain Charles W. Rose, October 20, 3862.
Captain Fred. F. Gleason, January 5, 1863.
Captain Samuel E. Buraham, February 18, 1863.
Captain Cyrus R. Crane, March 13, 1863.
Captain Jesse A. Jewett, June 1, 1863.
Captain William B. RobJijson, August 8, 1864.
Captain Edson M. Raymond, June 2, 1865.
Captain Cliarles G. Gould, June 4. 1865.
Firbt Lieut. James W. Stiles, November 5, 1861.
First Lieut. Edward M. Brown. Adj't., January 8. 1862.
First Lieut. Aldis O. Braiuerd. R. Q. M.. May 28, 1862.
First Lieut. William P. SpauldiDg, July 9, 1862.
First Lieut. Wiisou D. Wright, August 23, 1862.
First Lieut. Julius M. Wallace, March 19, 1863.
First Lieut. Warren R. Dunton, March 31, 1863.
First Lieut. Horace F. Morse. July 19, 1863.
First Lieut. Douglass P. Loomis, March 1, 1865.
First Lieut. Jerome Gleason, June 2, 1865.
Second Lieut. Oeorge J. Hatch, November 1, 1861.
Second Lieut. Heman F. ^.llen, May 8, 1862.
Second Lieut. Henry Ballard, August 1, 1862.
Second Lieut. Isaac L. Fantsworth, October 19, 1862.
Second Lieut. Andrew J. Mason, March 31, 1863.
Second Lieut. Minor E. Fish, August 22, 1864.
Surgeon William P. Russell, October 11, 3862.
Surgeon Pidlander D. Bradford, March 1, 1863.*
Assistant Surgeon Arthur F. Bvrdick, May 26, 1863.
"Assistant Surgeon Henry C. Atwood, June 26, 1863.

Expiration of term of service, (17.)

Captain Benjamin R. Jeunie, September 15, 1864.
Captain Friend H. Barney, September 15, 1864.
Captain Eiffeene A. Hamilton, September 15, 1864.
Captain Louis McD. Smith, September 15, 1864.
Captain Leonard D. *rice, September 15, 1864.
First Lieut. Cornelius H. Forbes, Adj't., September 15, 1864.
First Lieut. Caleb H. Benton, .September 15, 1864.
First Lieut Charles H. Williamson, September 15, 1864.
First Lieut. Orrin L. Spencer, September 15, 1864.
First Lieut. Edward P. Russell, September 15, 1864.
First Lieut. Wiilard G. Davenport, September 15, 1864.
Second Lieut. Ephraim S. Leach, September 15, 1864.
Second Lieut. William H. Cheeny, September 15, 1864.
Second Lieut. Lyman S. Loomis, September 15, 1864.
Second Lieut. James A. Bixby, September 15, 1864.
Surgeon Alwyn H. Chesamore, September 15, 186-1.
Chaplain Charles S. Hale, September 15, 1864.



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CyruBlI. AUen 23 Nov., 64

Assistant Surgeon.

Dan. L. C. Colbum 26 Aug., 63

Cliaplain.
JohuD. Cargill 3 Dec, 64



Promoted, <5.)

Colonel Lewis A. Grant, May 21, 1864, to Brig. General of vols.
Lieut. Colonel Nathan Loi'd,jr September2D,1861, to Colont)!

6th regiment Vermont vols.
Captain Edwin S. Stowell, June 21, 1862, to Major 9th Yer-

First Lieut.' James A. Saylos, May 1, 1864, to Captain 8th

regiment New York cavalry.
First Lieut. AdDuiram Austin, R. Q. M., June 27, 1864, to

Captain and A. Q. M.

Died, (11.)

Major Charles P. Dudley, May 21, 1864, of wounde received
in action.

Captain George D. Davenport, May 5, 1864, of wounda
received in action at the Wilderness, Va.

Captain Charles J. Ormsbee, killed in' action at the Wilder-
ness. Va., May 5, 1864,

Captain Merrill T Sampson, killed in action-at Coal Harbor,
Va., June 3, 1864.

Captain Alonzo R. Hurlbut, of wounds received in action at
rho Wilderness, Va., June 9, 1864.

First Lieut. Orris H. Sweet, May 9, 1864, of wounds received
in action at the AVilderness. Va.

Second Lieut. Olney A. Comstock, killed in action at Savage
Station, Va., June 29, 1862.

Second Lieut. Samuel Sumner, jr., killed in action at. Savage
Station, Va., June 29, 1862.

Second Lieut. Brownson M. Barber, July 20, 1863, of wounds
received in action at Savage Station, Va.

Second Lieut. Watson O. Beach, killed in action at the Wil-
derness, Va., May 5, 1664.

Assistant Surgeon Henry C. Shaw, September 7, 1862, at
Alexandria, Va.

Dismissed, (5.)

First Lieut. William Symons, February 25, 1862.
First Lieut. William H. Newton, February 18, 1865.
First Lieut. Leonard J. Brownson, September 18, 1864.
First Lieut. Thomas Noonan, February 27, 186.5.
Second Lieut. Orlando B. Reynolds, February 23, 1863,

Transferred, (2.)

Colonel John R. Lewis, September 11, 1864, to theVet. Pes.

Corps.
Captain William H. H. Peck, July 27, 1863, to the Vet. Res,

Corps.



NOTE.-The roster of officers is given aa it stood on the day of muster out.



VERMONT INFANTRY.



107



SIXTH REGIMENT.

(Thia regiment was organized at
Montpelier, Vt., October 1'5, 1861,
for three years. On the mnttcr out
of the original meinberB, October
14, 1864, the veterans and recrnita
were consolidated into a battalion
of six companies, bearing the same
designation, which was discharged
in accordance with orders from the
War Department, Jane 26, 1865.)



' TORKTOWN," " WILLIAMSBURG,"
" G0LT>ING'3 FARM, " " SAVAGE
STATIOiV,'" "WHITE OAK SWAMP,"
"CRAMPTON'S GAP," "ANTIETAM."
" FREDERICKSBURG," " MAYRE'S
HFIGHTS," "SALEM HEIGHTS,"
"GETTYSBURG," "FUNKSTOWN,"
"RAPPAHANNOCK STATION," "WIL-
DERNESS, " " SPOTTSYLVANIA, "
' 'COAL HARBOR, " ' ' PETERSBURG, "
" CHARLESTOWN,'' " OPACiUAN,"
"FISHER'S HILL," "CEDAR CREEK."



Ueutenant Colonel.
Sumner H. Lincoln. 6 Feb., 65

Major.

r

William J. Sperry 1 Mar., 65



Cwptaina.

Edwin R. Kinney 30 July, 63

H. N. Bushnoll 15 Nov., 64

Lyman S. Williams 24 Dec,

George E. Wood 26 Jan., 65

Sanford G. Gray 9 May,

George W. Burleson 9 May,



"First Lieutenants.

Patrick H. Murphy 13 May, 64

0. J. S. Randall, ILQ.M. 4 June,

George W. Flandera 26 Dec,

EriL. Ditty, 3 Jan., 65

Frank A. Frask 3 May,

Harry B. Pettengell 10 May,

William Reycroft 10 May,

Frank A. Yeast, a. w. m.



Casualties.



Resigned, (17.)

Colonel Oscar L. Tuttle, March 18, 1863.
Lieut. Colonel Asa P. Blunt, August 26. 1862.
Captain Wei^ley Hazelton, January 17, 1862,
Captain William H. H. Hall, April 26, 1863.'
Captain Edwin W. Barker, February 28, 1863.
Capfaiij Lo Marquis Tubbs, June 12, 1863.
First Lieut. Robinson Ten^pleton, February 19, 1862. ^
First Lieut. Elijah Whitney, June 18, 1862.
Second Lieut. Alfred H. Ktith, February 6, 1862.
Second Lieut. Edwin C. Lewis, June 4, 1862,
Second Lieut. Dennisson A. llaxford, August 1, 1862.
Second Lieut. Judah T. Ainswonh, February 24, 1863.
Second Lieut. John M. Buckley, Augui^t 4, 1663.
Second' Lieut. Franklin Noyos, November 21, 1863.
Surgeon Rollin C. M. Woodward, October 24, 1861.
Surgeon Charles M. Chandler, October 7, 1863.
Chaplain Edward P. Stone, August 27, 1863,

Discharged, (16.)

Colonel Nathan Lord, jr., December 19, 1862.
Captain George Parker, October 23, 1802.
Captain Jesse C. Spaulding, January 10, 1863.
Captain Alonzo B. Hutchinson, July 23, 1863.
Captain Edward A. Holton, August 17, 1864.
Captain Alfred H. Keith, September 3, 1864.
Captain Charles E. Joslyn, January 1.3, 1665.
Captain Thomas B Kennedy, April 14, 1865.
First Lieut. Lucius Green, December 28, 1862.
First Lieut. William W. Carey, November 21, 1863.
First Lieut. Frank B. Bradbury, April 14, 1864.
Second Lieut. Hiram A. Kimball, July 11, 1862.
Second Lieut. Ira Darling Mc Clary, April 11, 1863.
Second Lieut. Frederick M. Kimball, October 22, 1863.
Second Lieut. John Y. Rai.trick, April 21, 1864.
Assistant Surgeon Lyman M. Tuttle, December 26, 1862.

Expiration of term of service, (16.)

Lieut. Colonel Oscar A. Hale, October 15. 1864.

Captain Barnard D. Fabyan, October 15, 1864.

Captain Thomas R. Clark, October 15, 1864.

Captain Porter Crane, jr., October 15, 1864.

Captain Frank G. Butierfield, October 1.5, 1864.

Captain Martin W. Davis, October 28, 1864.

First Lieut. Charles J. S. Randal, October 15, 1864.

First Lieut. Charles C. Backus, October 15, 1864.

First Lieut. George Neddo, October 15, ]864.

First Lieut. George H. Hatch, October 15, 1864.

First Lieut. Matthew Hussey, October 15, 1864.

First Lieut. Sumner H. Lincoln, Adft., October 28, 1864.

Pu-st Lieut. Elbert H. Nye, October 28, 1864.

First Lieut. Hiram S. English, Adft., June 19, 1865.

Second Lieut. '1 homas P. Murphy, October 28, 1864.

Assistant Surgeon Edward M. Curtis, October 28, 1864.

Promoted, (4.)

Captain William B. Reynolds, April 14, 1864, to Major 17th
regiment Vermont infantry vols.

First Lieut. John W. Clark, R. Q. M., May 4, 1864, to Cap-
tain and A. Q. M.

Chaplain Alonzo Webster, October 19, 1864, to Hospital Cliap-
lain U. S. A.

Fh-st Lieut. Charles S. Shuttuck, April 14, 1865, to Captain
and C. S.



108



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Second Lieutenants.

Edwin A. Barney 1 Jan.,

Horace W. Bi-ownell 6 May,

Silas O. Dwuiell 12 May,

Hermann L. Small 12 May,

Edgar E. Herrick 13 Miiy,

Winalow S. Moore 13 June,



Sitrs'con.
Edwin PbUlips 2 Nov., 63

Assistant Surgeon.

Chaplain.
Harvey Webster 14 Jan. , 65



^ Dismissed, (3.)

FirHt Lieut. Bennne B. Fullam, October 25, 1862.
First Lieut. Bradford S. Murphy,' October 8, 1863.

Died, (14.)

Colonel Elifba L. Barney, May 10, 1864, of wonnda received

May 5. 1864.
Major Richard B. Crandall, June 7, 1864, of wounds received

June 7, 1864.
Major Carlos W. Dwinnell, Angnst 24, 1864, of wounds re-
ceived August 21, 1864,
Captain Edwin F. Reynolds, killed in action at Lee's Mills,

Va., April 16, 1862.
Captain David B. Davenport, September 16, 1862.
Captain Luther Ainuworth, May 4, 1863, of wounds received

in action.
Captain Riley A. Bird, killed ia battle of "Wilderness, Va.,

May 5, 1664.
Captain George C. Randall, killed in battle of WildemesB,

Va., May 5, 1864.
FifHt Liout. George H. Phelps, January 2, 1862, of disease, in

brigade hospital.
First Lieut. Alfred M, Kevins, May 2, 1869, of wounds.
First Lieut. Albert A. Crane, killed in battle of Wilderness,

Va., May 5, 1864.
First Lieut. George C Babcoch, killed in battle of Wilderness,

Va., May 5, 1664.
Second Lieut. Charles F. Bailey, May 1, 1862, of wounds.
Assistant Surgeon Cornelius A. Chapin, September 14, 1863,

at New York city.



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



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109



SEVENTH REGUIEXT.

(This regiment was orcranir-efl At
Kutland, Vt,. February 10. ISoi to
servethree years ftoni June 1, ISol.
O J tiip expiration of its Term of ser-
vice the original members (exeept-
v^terons^ wt-re mustenxi ont, and
the oi^nizatioD, composed of \'rt-
eraus "and recmiLs is stiU in ser-
vice.)

(The offidal lift of battles in which
this regiment boi-e im honon\ble
part is not yet published in orders.)

Colond.



Lieutenant ColoneL

Henry M. Porter CS Aug., 60

Major.

Edgar N. Bullard, a, tc, tit.

Captttins,

George E.Croff lOJIny. 63

Jactson T. Parker 1^ Dec. .

Henry Stowell 07 Sipt.. 64

Fran^ X. Finuey 1 M:iy, 65

Darwin A. Smailey. a.tt.m.
John L. Jlostlev. a. (t. m.



J'fT-sr LwuicHoiiTs.

Geo. W. Sheldon, Adji. .10 Feb., 62

Charles H. Sheldon 07 Jan., 6i

John Q. Dickenson, It

Q - V 07SepT..

John A. Prindle ..,07 Sept..

Fernando Kandall ...'..- 1 Oct..

( harles McCormie 5 Deo.,

AVesley l. Howes 29 Apr., 65

Kdwaril M. Knox, o, «-. m.
Edwin B. Hendry, a. ir. m.
Dexter B. Town, a, w. w.



Swo-s d Licutena •: rs.

Stprgtom,

Enoch Blancbard 16 Sept.. iiO

Assistant Surgeon.
Edwin W. Treuworthy. □. v. n.

Ciaplain,
"William C. Hopkins 10 Oct., 62 !



Casualties.



Resigned, (01.)

Licnt. Colonel Volney S. FuUam, Augn?t 06. 1860.

Capttuu Daniel Laudoo. Nv>vcmbcr 17. 1S60,

C:ipt;un William Crouan, M;iv 30, 1^6:1.

CLiptaui Charles E. PiJrkcr. (.iotobor 00. 1S63.

C-n^tiiia Charles Clark. December 7. 1863.

Captain AnsTiu E AVoodmi^n, Julv 7. lSi?5.

First Lient. George 51- R. Uowiml September 1, I860.

First Lieut. \Villiam L. ll.irris. Ocrolxr 15. 1S60.

^i^^f Lieut. Edmund .\. Sloi-se, li. Q. M., November 27. 1662.

First Lieut. William B. ThnvU, Febmnry 0, l^i*:!.

Fii^tLieui. Leonard F. Bingham, .\ngust 13, 1S63.

First Lient. Edwin R, Paine, April Oi\ 16(54.

First Lieut. Allen Spaulding. July OS. liro4.

First Lient, Araold P. Wait August i;l. lSt55.

Second Lieut Hiram B. Fish. October 15. ISt^O.

Second Lieut Henry Hanchet January 07. IS(^.

Second Lieut l.s.iao"X. Collins, November 9, 1S63.

Snvgeon Francis W K* llov. September 5, iSfiO.

As-isT;mt SWrgeon Henry 11. Laugdon. March 07. l?t)3.

Assistant Surgeon Charles H. Xenney. January 00. 1864.

Chaplain Henry JI. Frost, September, 1S60.

DiscJiarfftid, (11.)

Colonel William C. Holbrook. June 0, 1865.
Captain John B. Kilburn, January 11. IftSB.
Captain Envin V. N. Hitchcock, .Tune 1, 1864.
Captain Riley B. Stoarus. M.iy 15, lSi>5.
First Lieut, ivodney 0. Gate?.' June 4. 1?(.\>.
Fir>t Liexit. George Ro^s. March 15, 1^lv>.
First Litiit. George H- Cramer. May OJ. 1?d5.
Fir^i Lieut. MiliouL. Oillu- t. July lo. It^iM.
Second Lieut. Georg-e H. Kelley, janu;u-y 07. ]?tv».
Sfcond Lieut. Henry G. Stearns, February 0. 1863.
Assistant Surgeon lllihu S. Foster, February 00, 1865.

Esjijration of term of service, (4.)

Lient. Colonel David B. Peck, August 06. 1865.
Captain David P. Barber, August 30, 1S64.
Captain Salmon Dutton. May 31. IrC-o.
Soeond Lient Samuel T. Biiell, August 30, 1864.

Promoted, (1.)

First Lient George E. Jones, R. Q. M., March 0, lSi>4. to
Captain and C. 5. U. S. vols.

First Lieut George Brown, December 03. ]S(.^.
Second Lieut Chewier W. Carpenter, Jauuary 7. 1865.

Died, (7.1

Colonel Greorge T. Roberts, August 7, 1860, of wounds re-
ceived in action at Baton Rouge, La.

Captain Lorenzo D. Brooks, killed near Ticksburg, Mi^s.. by
a cannon shot on board the steamer Ceres. July 0;i. ISdO.

Captain Charles C. Kuggles, July 04, 1S60. of suu stroke, at
QarroUton, La.

Captain Mahlon M. Young, killed in battle at Mimanna Fla.,
September 07. 1864.

First Lieut Henry IT. French, January 20, ]f(\l. of disease.

First Lieui. Rollin M. Green, November 17. 1863, at Bamm-
ca?. Fhi.

Second Lieut Richard T. Cull, July 0:?. ISt'O. at Baton Ivouge.
La.



Note. — This regiment not h.iving been mastered out in time to have that feet appear on this
register, its ni-ster is made up to the 31>t day of August, Itoo.



no



VEKMONT INFANTRY,



EIGHTH REGIMENT.

(VETERAN.)

(This regiment was organized at
Brattleboro', Vt., February 18,
1862, to serve three years. The
original members (flon- veterans)
were musitercd out June 22, 1864,
to talce effect June 1, 1864. in ac-
cordance with an act of the Ver-
mont legislature, confirmed by the
"War Department January 28,
1864, the veterans and recruits re-
organized into a veteran regiment,
and retained in service until June
28, 1865, when it was mustered
out, in accordance with orders
from the War Department.)

<The following is the only oflBcial list
of battles in which this regiment
bore an honorable part yet pub-
lished in orders :)

"GOTTEN," "BISLAND," "PORT
HUDSON."

Colonel.
John B. Mead 8 April, 65

LieiUenant Colonel.
Alvin B. Franklin 8 April, 65

Major.
Henry M. Pollard 68 April, 65

Captains.

Moses McFarland 15Mar., 63

William H. Smith 20 Aug., 64

John Bisbee 3 Nov. ,

John M. Pike 16 Nov.,

Samuel W. Shattuck 6 Feb., 65

Lemuel M. Hutchinson.. 6Feb.,

- James W. Smith 21 Mar.,

Joseph N. Dunton ]-2 April,

William H. Haskins 12 April,

Francis E. WaiTen 28 April,

First Lieutenants.

Lewis Childa 9 June, 64

Edward F. Gould 26 Aug.,

Henry Carpenter, .^dj'i.. 6 Feb., 65

Ezra H. Brown 6Feb.,

Merrill L. Horlgkins 6 Feb.,

Pen-y Porter, jr 6. Feb.,

Wheaton Livingston, jr.. 2 Mar.,

George B. flutchins 21 Mar.,

Martin L. Bruce 12 April,

Waitstell R. Pettee 12 April,

Frank R. Waraer 1 May,

James Welch, R. Q. M. .28 May,



Casualties.

Resigned, (11.)

Lieut. Colonel Edward M. Brown, December 23, 1862.

Major Luman M. Grout, June 11, 1863.

Captain Henry E. Foster, August 15, 1863.

Captain Charles B. Child, October 21, 1863,

Fir>t Lieut. George N. Holland, October 15, 1862.

First Lieut. Job W. Green, April 1, 1863.

First Lieut. Edward B. Wright, June U, 1863.

First Lieut. George F. Frendi, June 6, 1863.

Second Lieut. William H. H. HoUon, January 13, 1863.

Second Lieut. Neweli H. Hibbard, June 12, 1865.

Assistant Surgeon Samuel H. Currier, October 20, 1862,

DiscJiarged, (17.)

Colonel Stephen Thomas, January 21, 1865."

Lieut. Colonel Charles Dillingham. December 12, 1863.

Lieut. Colonel Henry F. Dutton, November 16, 1864.

Captain William W. Lynde, October 18,- 1863.

Captain Frftl. D. Butterfield, July 22, 1864.

Captain Squire E. Howard, December 9, 1864.

Captain George O. Ford, February 24, 1865.

Captain Alfred E. Getcbell, February 26, 1865.

First Lieutj K;ilburn Day, December 11, 1862.

First Lieut. Joshua C. Morse, July 10, 1863.

First Lieut. Fred. E. Smith, R. Q. M., November 30, 1863.

First Lieut. Andrew J. Sargent, February 24, 1865.

First Lieut. George E. Sellock, February 24, 1865.

First Lieut. Edward Dewey, R. Q. M., March 27, 1865.

Second Lieut. James Welch, February 17, 1865.

Second Lieut. William H. Spencer, March 9, 1865.

Surgeon George F. Gale, June 24, 1862.

Expiration of term of service, (4.)

Major John L. Barstow, June 22, 1864.
Captain Cyms B. Leach, June 22, 1864.
Captain Daniel S. Foster, June 22, 1864.
Chaplain Francis C. Williams, June 22, 1864.

Promoifid, (3.) *

Captain Hiram E. Perkins, April 9, 1863, to Maior73d. IJ. S.
C. T. ±' . > J

Captain George N. Carpenter, Juiy 2, 1864, to Captain and

Assistant Surgeon Cyrus H. Allen, November 19, 1864, to Sur-
geon 5th regiment Vermont vols.

Died, (11.)

Captain John S. Clark, March 20, 1863.
Captain Samuel G. P. Craig, May 4, 1863, of disease.
Captain Edward Hall, October 29, 1864, of wounds.
First Lieut. Adoniram J. Howard, November 11 1862
First Lieut. Stephen F. Spaulding, killed in action June 14,

1864.
First Lieut. Nathan C. Cheney, October 21, 1 864, of wounds.
Second Lieut. Darius G. Childa, July 20 1862
Second Lieut. Gilman S. Rand, July 22, 1862 "
Second Lieut. Truman P. Kellogg, July 23 186"*
^^86^ ^'^^'*' ■^^'™^- Cooper, killed in action October 19,

Second Lieut. Nat. Robio, December 6, 1864, of disease, in
Vermont. '



VEBMONT INFANTEY.



Ill



Second Lieutenants.


Dismissed, (3.)


Franldin R. Carpenter.. 28 Mar., 64


Second Lieut. Frederick J. Fuller, June 2, 1863.


Henry H. Newton 2 Mar., 65

Abner N. Flint 2Mar.,

aeorge "W. Hill 20 Mar.,

Horace P. Emerson ]2 April,

Hymenius A. Davis 12 April,

Curtis W. Lynn 1 May,

Heni'y "W. Downs. 1 May,


Secoud Lieut. Dennifl Buckley, December 7, 1863.


Surge<m.




Heman H. GUlett 15 July, 63




Assistaia Surgeon.




Oliver E.Ross 17 Sept., C3




Chaplain.


\











Note. — The roster of oflScers is given as it stood- on. tho day of muster out.



112



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NINTH REGIMENT.
(BATTALION OF.)

(Tliis regiment wan organized atBrat-
tleboro, Vt., July 9, 1863, for three
years. The original members were
mustered out June 13, 1865, and
the recruitu and veterans consoli-
dated into a battalion of four com-
panies, which still remain in ser-
vice.)



(The oflScJal list of battles in which
this regiment, bore an honorable
part is notyetpublished in orders.)



Lieutenant Colonel,
Herman Sellingston 24 Aug., 65



Captains.

Patrick Hobon 11 Apr., 65

Ellas L. Brov^nell 23 Aug.,

Charles F. Branch 31 Aug.,

Bumham Cowdrey 20 Sept. ,



First Lieutenants.

JolmE. McGinnis 1 Sept., 65

Elijah "VV. Bird 2 Sept.,

George C. Chamberlin -.20 Sept.,
John W. Thomas, a. w. m.



Second Lieutenants.

Harrison K. Bacon 23 Aug., 65

Gordon N. Briggs 1 Sept.,

Edsou B. Palmer. 2 Sept. ,



Surgeon.



Casualties.



Resigned, (34.)

Colonel Dudley K. Andross, May 22, 1863.

Lieut. Colonel Edwin S. Stoweil, May 11, 1863.

Captain Ahial II. Siayton, December 8, 1862.

Captain Albert R. Sabin, December 24, 1862.

Captain Guy H. Guyer, February 13, 1863.

Captain William J. Henderson, February 17, 1863.

Captain Lewis H. Bisbee, June 6, 1863.

Captain Albion J. Mower, July 12, 1863.

Captain David W. Lewie, September 1, 1864.

Captain Edwin A. Kiibourne, September 28, 1864.

Captain James T. Bascom, March 9, 1865,

Captain Elisha M. Quimby, May 11, 1865.

First Lieut. John C. Stearns, Adft, May 30, 1863.
First Lieut. Stillman Stone, October 22, 1863.
First Lieut Alfred C. Ballard, July 9, 1864.
First Lieut, Erastus W. Jewett, November 28, 1864.
J'irst Lieut. Joel C. Baker, April 18, 1865.
First Lieut. Henry D. Belden, Adft, April 25, 1865.
First Lieut. Alvan P. Vaughan, May 2, 1865.
First Lieut. Herbert H. Moore, May 9, 1865.
First Lieut. Theodore S. Peck, May 26, 1865.
Second Lieut. Justus Darfr, November 13, 1862. .
Second Lieut. Oliver C. Campbell, December 24, 1862.
Second Lieut. Elijah B. Sherman, January 7, 1863.
Second Lieut. Calvin R. Loveland, March 5, 1863,
Second Lieut. Curtis A. Hibbard, May 16, 1863.
Second Lieut. Henry 11. Rice, June 1, 1863.
Second Lieut. Asa H. Snow, December 14, 1864.
Second Lieut Charles H. Hodge, December 18, 1864.
Second Lieut. John Whitcher, January 29, 1865.
Second Lieut George W. Sneden, May ,4, 1865.
Surgeon Walter B. Carpenter, November 4, 1864.
Assistant Surgeon Horace P. Hall, March 13, 1863.
Assistant Surgeon Story N. Goes, October 15, 1863.

Discharged, (1.)

First Lieut James F. Bolton, November 23, 1864.

Expiration of term of service, (24.)

Colonel Edward H. Ripley, June 13, 1865.
Lieut. Colonel Valentine G. Barney. June 13, 1865.
Major Joseph C. Brooks, June 13, 1865.
Captain Samuel H. Kelley, June 13, 1865.
Captnin Linus E. Sherman, June 13, 1865.
Captain Asaph Clarke, June 13, 1865.
Captain James T. Gorham, June 13, 1865.
Captain Eugene Viele, June 13, 1865.
Captain Josiah O. Livingston, June 13, 1865.
Captain Abel E. Leavenworth, June 13, 1865.
First Lieut. Charles W. Haskell, June 13, 1865.
First Lieut Edward L. Kelly, June 13, 1865
Firht Lieut. Fr.inklin E. Rice, R. Q. Jlf., June 13 1865
First Lieut. Edmund F. Cleveland, June 13, 1865
First Lieut. George W. Gould, Adft, June 13, 1865.
First Lieut William C. Holman, June 13, 1865
Second Lieut William A. Dodge, June 13 1865
Second Lieut Richard F. Parker, June 13 1865*
Second Lieut John S. Halbert, Jiine 13, 1865
Second Lieut George N. Carpenter, June 13, 1865
Second Lieut Sylvester C. Burlingame, June 13 1865



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