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Enoch Wellkb


All,'.


11. "


Dec.


311, "


Killed December 31, 1862.


Do


1'lIOMAS M. MlCi.l'RK


Dec.


31, "


Jan.


24, 1863


Dismissed October 3, 1863.


Do


Am. Ii. Stubgess


let.


3, 1863


Oct.


31, "


Mustered out June 21, 1864.


Surgeon


Daviu Welsh


July


2, 1861


July


2, ISIil


Resigned July 20, ISM.
Mustered out u'ith regiment.


D.


i. II. Weeks


20, '•


26, "


]>


1. M. >oK


\pvil
July


2;!, i«a




5, 1863


Mustered out June 24, 1604.
Declined.


A6s't Surgeon


K.Noi'lI Pkabce


2, 1861


July


2, laid


Do.


.1. M. Cook




24, '•


44


24, "


Promoted to Surgeon.


Do.


Henry G. Smith


Aug,


19, lSi.2


Aug.


19, 1862


Resigned June 23. 1S03.


Do.


E. M. HORol.ANl)


July


24. 1863


lufy


24, IS03


Mustered out June 24, 1864.


Chaplain


*Vn. G. Lewis


■ 4


1"), I8nj


A Ug.


7, 1861


Resigned August 17, 1861.


D




Des.


23, "


Dec.


23, "


Cancelled; commission returned.


Do


iVm. H. Knowlokn


t 111 v


2, 1862


lulv




Resigned August 2. 1862.
Resigned July 4, ISM.


Captain

Do


Lyman M. KiEogg


April


23, 1861


April


2S' 1861


dlu Lou Sturguss


June


3, "


June


12, "


Promoted to Major.


Do


DavivlJ. Digging




3, ll




12, "


Promoted to Major.


Do


Moses J. Patterson


"


3, 4l


14


12, "


Died September 2, 1861.


D(


^;i liiu •! B. Jackson


41


3, "


44


12, "


Resigned January 23, 1S62.












12, 41


I'roinoted to Major.

Promoted to Major May 14, 1862.


Do


leiiry Terry


"


3, "


44


12, "


Do


■i org" Arnold








12, "


ReK'd Oct. 9, '61; re-inst. Jan. 20, '62; must'dont
Resigned J-an. 22, '02. [for promo. Aug. 20,"62.
Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel 18th regt.


Do


1. U. 11.11


ii


3, •'


11


12, 44


Do


Isaiah Given


"


3, "


14


12, "


Do


<amuel 11. Wheeler


lulv


21, "


Tuly


25, 44


Died November 29, 1861.


D<


i'lioinas M McClure


•"•pt.
Oct.




Sept.
Oct.






Do


Enoch Welter


i;>' "


23J "


Promoted to Major.


Do


A.T. M. Cockerill


Nov.


Li, "


Nov.


15, "


Promoted to Major.


Do


A'arriugfoii S. Weston


Dee.


2n, 44


Dec.


20, 44


Resigned July 18, 1802.


Do


Ilvinau N. E.ist.m




20, 44




20, ' 4


1 1 1 ■ s i u 11 ed .


Do


Ym. B Sturgess


Ian.




Jan.


28, 1862


Promoted to Major.


Do


Mos^s T. VVooster




28, 44




28 44


Resigned August 1">, 1S02.


Do


fftoise M. Bacon


Feb.




Feb.


8, "


Do




June


fi, "


June


ti, 44


Resigned June 3, 1802.


Do


Herri t Emerson








24, 44


Died January 14, IS03.
Mustered out.


Di


U/.zi'l Stevens


Aug.


iV, "


Dec.


3oJ 44


Do


Charles It. Harmon


Inly


is, •'




30, ,l


Killed December 31, 1862.


Do


lacoli Hiehl


Aug.


26, "


"


30, "


Mustered out.


Do


lohn W. Brooks




11, "




30, 41
24, lSti3


Mustered out June 21, 1864.
Killed September 20, iso.3.


Do


De Witt C. Wadswortli


Dec.


31, "


Jan.


Do


Henry Y. Graham


41


31, 44


44


24, 44


Revoked ; resigned as 1st Lieut. Oct. 26, 1863.


Do


[suae N. Drvden


44


31, "


44


24, 44


Killed September 20, 1863.


Do


15. J. Norton


I in


1, 1863


Feb


18, 4 '


Resigned as 1st Lieutenant August 14, 1864.


Do


David A. Merrill




10, '•


June


10' "


Mustered out June 17, 1864.


Do


■amud P. Keller


April


21, 18S4


April


21, ISM


Mustered out October 13, 1804.


Do


Burch Ion raker




21 44




21 44


Resigned October 13, 1864.
Mustered out June 22, 1864.
Mustered out.


Do




»•


2\\ 41


11


21 44


Do


David Thomas


"


21 * "


ii


21,' "


Do


i> init-I W Miloi




21 * 4




21, "
23, 1861


Mustered out June 23, 1S04.
Promoted to Captain.


IstLieuteuam


Mo.cs T.Wooster


"


23,' ISM


"


Do.




Inly


ti, 4 '


July


ti, "


Promoted to Captain.


Do.


Sam u 1 Ii. Wheeler




3, 44




12, 44


Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.


Do.


Wnocli VVeller


•'


3, 4l


"


12! "


Do.










12 44


Promoted to Captain.
Promoted to Captain.


Do.


titwrge M. Bacon


"


X "


"


12, "


Do.


tVnrrinston S Weston


44


3, "


41


12, "


Promoted to Captain.


Do.


i. Saiiiu 1 Clock


44


3, 44


44


12, 44


Resigned October 28, 1861.


Do.
Do.


Baptist Benkler


1!


3', "
3, 41





12, "

12, 44


Resigned September 14, 1861.

l'roniot'*'! t (i t';ti>t;iin.


Do.

Do.


lames R. Inskeep

,Vui. M. Voglesou


July


3, "
1 , "





12! "
1, "


Resigned October 14, 1861.
Declined.


Do.
Du.


Lafayette Foster

oliu II. Blhert


Oct.


23, "
In, 44


Oct.


23, "
15, * 4


Resigned June 3, 1863.
Resigned December 30, 1861.


Do.

Do.


ilenry S. (larding

•lerrit Em -rson


Nov.


15, "
13, 44


Nov.


15, "

15, "


Resigned January is, 1862.
Promoted to Captain June 3, 1862.


Do.


Robert G. Cl.irk


44


15, 4 '


44


15, "


Resigned January 17, 1MB.


Do.


His Witt C. Wad-worth


Dec.


20, 44


Dec.


20, "


Promoted to Captain December 31, 1862.


Do.


B -ni. J. 11 o ton


"


20, 44


44


20, 44


Promoted to Captain January 1, Is63.


Do.


Henry Y. Graham


44


30, 44


44


30, "


Promoted to Captain December 31, Js62.


Do.


(Jzziel Stevens


Jan.


9, 1862


Jan.


9, IS62


Promoted to Captain August 15, 1362.



170



Ohio in the War.



let Lieutenant
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2d Lieutenant
Do.
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John Archer

Robert F. Wheeler

Clonics R. Harmon

David it Williams

Paul Spoil n

Jac .1. Die' 1

John N . Brooks

tallica U. Williams

[sane X. Drv.u

Samuel !•'. Kelier

David A. Merrill

Bnrch Fouraker

Augustus Draeger

\\ m. C. Keck

David rhonias

Peruett I.. Cooper

it ini -i W. McCoy

John Sparrow

Andrew J. Garrison

Jam sF Ja'juea

Ufa. .! ffr ■■■

Thomas J. D. long

K. Moliyiiciux

George Col lings

Charles C. Morehouse

L-ivisJ. Kies

Gorge \V. Brown

Win. B. St urges

Henry S. Harding

D ■ Witt 0. Wadsworth

Lafayette Foster

John il. Elbeit

Msir.t Kmeison

Robert Ci. Clark

Jacob Diehl

Wm. C. ILddl ton

ilai.iil 15. Still

;■; Igar R. K 110-4

Thomas M. McClure

Uzzie] St v n

H my S. Harding

Farley D. Bissctt

John Archer

Robert F. Wheeler

I 'harlcs 1%. Harmon

David O. Williams

Paul Spohll

loan W. Brook*

lsaic N. Dryden

II in v William-

Jam s ('. Williams

.lames K. Jones

Peruett L. Coper

Will ird -I. Stokes

Daniel Reynolds

Bui eh Fou raker

Salliu 1 F. Reb ■!'

Al xand r Jolly

Win. C. B.M-k

Augustus Draeaei'

David A. Merrill

John Marshal

Wm. .1 -lire's ,

Thomas J. Delouii,

James II. Ja-iU.'s

John Sp n er

10. Molh ii mux

Dani I McCoy

G org ■ Coll n»>

Win. A. Dehass

Ii ew J. G H rison

Charles (1. Morehouse ,

Luis J. (vies

Samuel W. Thomas



DATE OF HANK. COM. ISSUED.



Feb.
May

June



lulv
Aug.



Dec.
.May

April



July

Sept.



Oct.
Xov.



Dec.
Jan.



28,
2S,
28,



3,

3,
18,
II,
IS,
26,
31,
31,
81,

I, 1863

1,

I,

1,

21, 1«S4
21, "
21,
21,



23, 1861
3, "
3, "
3, "
3. "
3, "



3, "

ii, "

23, "

23, "

23, "

28, "

2s, "

4, "
l."», "
15, "
15, "
15, "
13, "



9, 1862



lone 6,



Xov.


18,


"


Xov.


lune


3,


"


Dec.


lulv


IS,


*


**


Aus?.


11,

16,


•'


••


July


1."..


"


Jan.


L> t.




"


**


Dec.


31,
31,


•■


ii


May


1,


1863


June


April


21,


ISiVI


April



Feb.

May
June



Dec.

Jan.
June



24,

24,
1",
1",
10,
10,

April 21,
21,
21,



July



Sept.



Oct.
Xov.



Dec.
Jan.



I " "

IS '2 Honorably discharged Hay 10, 1S63.
" Died nl Zanesville, Ohio.
" Promoted to Captain July IS, 1S62.
" Il -si-IK-ll June 3, |s,,;.
•' | Resigned April 30, 1864.
" Promoted to Captain August 26, 1862.
" Promoted to Captain August II, 1802.
" Resigned.

" Promoted to Captain December 31, 1862.
" .Promoted to Captain.
" Promoted to Captain.
" Promoted to Captain.

»* [Revoked : resigned as 2d Lieut. March 20, '62.
1S63 Promoted to Captain.
" IPromoted to Captain.
" Resigned March 15, 1864.
" Promoted to Captain.
" R -signed June 2:', 1663, as 2d Lieutenant.
" Mustered out at expiration of service.
" Mustered out at expiration of service.
1864 Mustered out at expiration of service.
" I Mustered out at expiration of service.
" Mustered out at expiration of" service.
" Transferred to istb Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
" Mustered out.
" Mustered out.

" Transferred to 18th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
18611 Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
" Transferred to company D.
" Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
" Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
" IPromoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Li lit. [enlisted Mav 7, '62.

Promoted to 1st Lieut.; resi'd Sept. 20, '61 ; re-
Resigned October 22, 1861.

Resigned.

Resigned October 23, 1861.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Resigned January 3, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Piomoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promote. 1 to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant June 6, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant June 3, 1862.

Resigned.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant June 3, 1S62.

Restened April 27, 1862.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant December 31, 1862.

Resigned October 7, 1862.

Ri signed July 13. 18i'>2.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant August 1% 1S62.

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant Julv IS, 1S02.
Declined.

Promote. I to 1st Lieutenant December 31, '62.
Promoted; resigned March 20, Is63.
Promoted August II, 1862.
Discharged February ly, 1S64.
Promoted.
Promoted.

Promoted Mav 1, 1S63.

Promoted Mav 1, 1863; resisned Jan. 22, 1803.
Promote I to 1st Lieutenant.
! Promoted to 1st Lien tenant May, 1863.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Resigned April 6. 1864.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant Hay 1, 1S63.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.
Pro. noted to 1st Lieutenant.
Transferred to ISth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.



Twenty-Fourth Ohio Iufantby. 171



TWENTY-FOURTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



THE TWENTY-FOUETH OHIO was organized at Camp Chase, near Columbus,
in the latter part of June, 1861. Two companies came from Huron County, one from
Zanesville, one from Sandusky and Columbiana Counties, one from Adams County, one
from Dayton, one from Trumbull County, one from Highland County, one from Cleveland, and
one from Coshocton County.

The regiment left Camp Chase for the field July 26, 1861, and reached Cheat Mountain Sum-
mit, Virginia, August 14th, there joining the Fourteenth Indiana, which had been on duty at
this mountain-pass some weeks. The enemy was in superior force fifteen miles in front, and
almost every day attacked the pickets, giving frequent opportunities for skirmishing, requiring
the regiment to be formed for battle promptly during the day and at night, and showing the
necessity for strengthening the position by felling trees, preparing abattis, and throwing out
heavy pickets to prevent surprise and to be prepared for any emergency. The position being
considered important, and enemy in front enterprising, the camp was re-enforced by the Twenty-
Fifth Ohio.

The night of September 11th was stormy, with heavy rain. The raw pickets, not yet taught
the importance of special vigilance at such times, were careless ; and at break of day on the 12th
the camp was surrounded by a largely-superior force of Rebel soldiers. Fortunately the abattis
on the left of the camp of the Twenty-Fourth proved efficient, caused delay in the movements
of the enemy, and gave time to form the troops for battle, which was done promptly. In this,
their first engagement, the Twenty-Fourth gave indications of that coolness and discipline for
which the regiment was at a later period distinguished. After a combat of three hours the Rebels
abandoned the attack and fled, leaving on the field many blankets, arms, etc., losing some prison-
ers and some killed. The loss of the Twenty-Fourth was only two wounded.

The next engagement in which the Twenty-Fourth took part was at Greenbrier, Virginia,
October 3, 1S61. It was here exposed to a heavy fire of shell, grape, and canister, but stood
firm. Its loss was only two killed and three wounded. The service in the mountains of Virginia
was arduous, requiring the greatest vigilance.

On November ISth the regiment marched from Cheat Mountain, under orders for Louisville,
Kentucky ; reported at that place on the 28th of the same month, and was assigned to duty in
the Tenth Brigade, Fourth Division, Army of the Ohio. On February 25th, 18G2, it reached
Nashville, Tennessee, and remained there in camp until March 17th, when the division took up
the line of march for Savannah and Pittsburg Landing.

The bridge over Duck River at Columbia, Tennessee, having been burned by the Rebels,
and the stream being very high, the army was detained some days repairing the bridge. Before
this was done (the river having fallen) the Fourth Division was ordered to advance. It waded
the river March 29th and hurried on to Savannah, on the Tennessee River, which place it
reached on Saturday, April 5th, and went into camp. As the swamp on the right bank of the
Tennessee was deemed impassable, boats were to be sent to transport the troops to Pittsburg
Landing, twelve miles up the river.

On Sunday morning, April 6th, the roar of the artillery at Pittsburg Landing was heard at
Savannah. The troops were immediately put in readiness to move. No* boats arriving to trans-
port them, at one o'clock P. M. the Tenth Brigade (to which the Twenty-Fourth belonged) started



172 Ohio in the War.

through the swamp, the other hrigades of the division following; and, after a hard march
through mud and water, reached the opposite hank of the river, were ferried across by the
6teamboats, and took part in the battle that evening on the extreme left. On April 7th tlie
Twenty-Fourth was engaged all day in the battle, and not only sustained its former reputation,
but added new laurels. Major Hall was here severely wounded. The loss was small, consider-
ing the desperate nature of the conflict, amounting only to four killed and twenty-eight enlisted
men wounded.

The Twenty-Fourth took part in most of the skirmishes between Pittsburg Landing and
Corinth, and was one of the first regiments that entered the latter place. It was with the army
in the pursuit of the enemy in North Mississippi and North Alabama, and in July was encamped
at McMinnvillle, Tennessee.

It left that place September 3d and returned to Louisville, Kentucky, with the army during
General Bragg's invasion, having a long, dusty, and greatly-dispiriting march. In October,
18G2,it was assigned to the Fourth Division, Twenty-First Army Corps.

It was at the battle of Perryville, but, being on the extreme right, did not take part in the
general engagement. It then moved in the pursuit of the retreating army ; and, on the aban-
donment of the chase in the mountains of south-eastern Kentucky, it marched to Nashville.

When, in December, 1862, General Rosecrans advanced from Nashville, the Twenty-Fourth
was reduced, by sickness, desertion, and other losses, to thirteen officers and three hundred and
forty men. Company A, however, was on detached duty. With this strength it went into the
battle of Stone River. Its loss was heavy, the regiment having been assigned an important
position, and having held it faithfully. Colonel F. C. Jones, Major H. Terry, and Lieutenant
Harmon were killed the first day, and Lieutenant Horton was severely wounded. The command
of the regiment devolved on Major Weller, who was killed the second day, Captain A. T. M.
Cockerill commanding the remainder of the day. Lieutenants Archer, Diehl, and Draeger were
wounded. The loss was— commissioned officers, four killed, four wounded; men, ten killed,
sixty-nine wounded (ten of these mortally). In other words, the regiment lost in this battle one-
fourth of the entire strength with which it went into it.

Numerous promotions now occurred to fill the sad vacancies thus caused. The Twenty-
Fourth was next in the affair at "Woodbury, Tennessee, January 24, 1863, but its loss here was
Email. After a long rest through the spring and summer, it advanced with the army on Tulla-
homa, and was on duty at Manchester, Tennessee, until the advance on Chattanooga. It was in
the engagement at Lookout Mountain; also in the battle of Chickamauga, with a loss of Captains
Wadsworth and Dryden killed, together with a large number of men. Colonel D. J. Higgins
and Major T. M. McClure were dismissed the service for bad conduct in this action. The
regiment was next in the battle of Mission Ridge, and in pursuit of the enemy in the affair at
Taylor's Ridge, near Ringgold.

It was now assigned to the Second Division, Fourth Army Corps, and was in an engagement
near Dalton, with a loss of two killed and eight wounded. In April, ISSi, the Twenty-Fourth
was sent to Chattanooga to await orders for mustering out. On the 15th of June it received
orders to proceed to Columbus for that purpose ; and on the 2-ith of June it was mustered out
and discharged.

Company D, of the Twenty-Fourth, re-enlisted as veteran volunteers, to serve during the war.

The colors of the regiment were presented to the State, to be placed in the archives for pres-
ervation, Colonel A. T. M. Cockerill turning them over with a few pertinent remarks. In
response Governor Iirough said :

" Colonel, Officers, and Soldiers of the Twenty-Fourth : I thank you in behalf of the people of the
State of Ohio, not only for the colors, but for having borne them so nobly and gallantly as you
have throughout the three years' service. They come worn and tattered; but there is not a rent
in them that is not honorable, and an emblem of your bravery and gallantry. No regiment that
lias gone from Ohio has endured hardships with greater cheerfulness or more nobly discharged
its duty. Yes, Sir (turning to the Colonel), no matter what the future may bring forth, no regi-



Twenty -Fourth Ohio Infantry. 173

mcnt can occupy a better position than the one you have had the honor to command. I shall
place these banners in the archives of the State as historic mementoes worthy of any people.
Again, soldiers, I thank you."

These flags were presented to the regiment — the regimental flag by General Jacob Ammen,
then its Colonel, and the National colors by the Sixth Ohio, better known as the "Guthrie
Grays," of Cincinnati. The flag from the Sixth Ohio bears this inscription : " The Sixth Ohio
to the Twenty-Fourth Ohio: Shiloh, April 7, 1862," and was presented to the regiment during
the siege of Corinth by the late lamented General "Win. Nelson, then commander of the Fourth
Division, Army of the Ohio (to which both the regiments at that time belonged), in behalf of
the officers and men of the Sixth.

These flags have passed through the bloody fields of Pittsburg Landing and Stone River,
where Colonel Fred. Jones, Lieutenant-Colonel Terry, Major Weller and Captain Harmon sealed
their devotion to their country with their heart's blood. They were at the brilliant dash at
"Woodbury; in the terrible strife at Chickamauga, where Wadsworth and Dryden fell in their
Nation's cause. They waved through the fierce struggle for the possession of Lookout Mountain,
and the gallant charge on Mission Ridge. They were borne in the murderous assault on Taylor's
Ridge at Ringgold; and last, but not least, in the bold reconnoissance of the gallant Palmer,
so stubbornly resisted by the enemy at Buzzard's Roost Gap and Rocky Face Ridge. At Stone
River the battle-ax was shot from the staff, and two balls passed through the staff. The holes
made by twenty-three distinct bullets at Stone River may be seen in the flag itself, together with
many more received on other memorable occasions. Three Color-Sergeants of the regiment were
killed and seven severely wounded while bravely carrying their standards in the front line of
battle. Two of them were killed at Stone River within five minutes of each other, and one at
Chickamauga.



174



Ohio in the War.



25th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.



EOSTEB, THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



BANK.


NAME.


date of rank.


COM.


ISSUED.


REMARKS


Colonel




June


12, 181.1


June


22, 1S01


Resigned Mav Hi, 1862.


Do


\VM. P. RICHARDSON...


May


16, 1862


44


2), 1862


Mustered out May 9, isfifi.


Do


NATHAN L HAUUUTON
James A. Jonks


June


2a, 1866
10, 1861


3Tay

June


2 - ., 1*69
in, 1861


Mustered out as Li. uteuant-Coloncl.


It. Culouel....


1'iomoted to Colonel.


Do


VVM. 1*. RieiI.u:D-ON


44


22, '•


44


22, "


Promoted to Colonel May 10, 1802.


Do


Geouge Webster


May


16, 1863


44


24, 1862


designed Julv 30, 1862.


Do


Jas. F. Charleswouth ....


July


31), "


Aug.


16, "


designed May 13, 1863.


Do


Jeremiah Williams


May


13, 1863


May


2ft, 1-03


liesigued June 211, 104.


D


Nathaniel Haughton


July


13, 1864


July


13, 1864


Promoted to Colonel.


Do


K. 0. Culp


May


2.i, 1X66


31 ay


2ft, 1866


Mustered out as Major.






June


1(1, 1861
22, "


June


111, 1861
22, "


Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.


i>o


John Coons


Declined.


Do


Geouge Webster


44


28, "


44


28, "


Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel 3Liy Ifi, 1802.


Do


Jas. If. CharlebwOBTH ....


3Iav


1ft, 1862


44


24, is.:


Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel July 30, 1802.


Do


Jeremiah William^


July


30, "


Aug.


IS, "


Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.


Do


John W. Bowlus

Nathaniel Hauohtom


May

Aug.


13. 1868

4, "

11, 1864
6, 1865
26. 1-66


June
Sept.
A Ug.
Jan.
May


22, 1863
9, "
Hi. 1864

6, iM'.ft

2ft, 1866


lb signed August 4, 1803.


Do


Promoted lo Li. utenant-Colonel.


Do


Died of wounds November 30, 1864.


D.

Do




Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.


1jUthf.ii li. Mksnaru


.May


Mustered out as Captain.


Surgeon


David Welsh


J nly


2, 1861


July


2, 1 61


Transferred to Tweutv-Fonrth Regiment.


Do


L. G. MYEB


*•


26, "


Feb.


11, 1862


Mustered out.


Do


Wm. Walton


Aug.


8, 1804


Aug.


8, 1864


Mu-teied out with regiment.


Ass't Surgeon


G. It. Weeks


July


2, 1861


July


2, IShl


Promoted Surgi on Twentv-F'ourth Regiment.


Do.


Lawrence u. Andrews....


Sept.


7, "


Feb.


11, 1862


Iti signed 31a\ 22, 1863.


Do.


Wm. T. Dean


July


13, 1862


July


23, "


Deceased September 17, 1802.


Do




Met.
Aug.


7, "

8, 1804


Oct.
Aug.


y, "

8. 1864


Promoted to sine. on.


Do.


E. 31. Wilson


Mustered out with regiment.


Captain


.In nies ]■'. dial leswoi th


June


4, 1861


.inly


12. 1.-61


Promoted to Major Slay 10, 1S02.


Do


James Washburn


44


4, "


44


12, 44


liesigued Julv 7, 1.-62.


Do


Jeremiah Williams


44


4, "


44


12, "


Promoted to Major Julv 30, 1802.


Do


Aaron ('. Joliiisotl


44


4, "




12, "


Transferred to Twelfth Battery O. V. A.


Do


Moses 11. l-rowell


44


4, "


44


12, "


liesigued June 2, 1.-03.


Do


John V. Oliver


44


4, "


44


12, "


Resigned May 10, is. 3.


Do


Asa Way


44


4, "


44


12, "


liesigued October 20, 1-62.


Do


Lewis R. Green


44


4, "


44


12, "


D( ceased September ft, 1802.


Do


John M. Mosley


44


4, "


44


12, "


Died September 2ft, 1-1,2.


Do


Jonathan Brown


44


4, "


44


12, "


Resigned .March W, 1862.


Do


Wm. Askew


Sept.


2"., "


Oct.


16. "


liesigued Slav 13. 1SK3.


Do


John W. Bowlus


May


16, 1862


Aug.


hi, 18H2


Pro ted to Major.


Do


rlias. 11. Jones....:


July






1'i, "


Resigned March 24, 1803.


Do


Nathaniel liau-hton


44


3n, "


44



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