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QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S REPORT. 



STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, ] 

Quarter Master General's Office, I 

'Wheeling, December Z\st, 1863. J 

To Sis Excellency, A. I. Boreman, Governor: 

Sir: — I have the honor to make the following report of the oper- 
ations of this Department, from September 23d, (the elate of my 
appointment,) to December 31st, 1863, inclusive. When I entered 
upon the duties of this office, Thomas Hornbrook, Esq., Military 
Agent for your Excellency, had charge of the property of the State. 
At different times he has turned over to me, by your order, all the 
property reported as received in the statement herewith transmit- 
ted, marked "D." With the exception of (415) four hundred and 
fifteen light French rifles and accoutrements, and (20,000) twenty 
thousand elongated bullet cartridges, cal. 58 in., transferred by Col. 
Dan 1 Frost; (400,000) four hundred thousand elongated bullet car- 
tridges, cal. 69 in., received from John B. Butler, M. S. K., at Al- 
legheny Arsenal, Pittsburgh, Penn'a, and (500) five hundred smooth- 
bore muskets, found at the court house in this city. 

The light French rifles and Belgian rifled muskets and accoutre- 
ments, are new and in a serviceable condition. The remainder of 
the property, with some few exceptions, has been more or less used, 
and many of the guns are broken and entirely worthless. 

The arms found at the court house, were issued to the militia, 
and when not in use, thrown into the basement of the building, 
where they became entirely unserviceable from rust. I have had 
them properly cleaned, and they are now in a serviceable condition. 
The statement herewith transmitted, marked "A," showing the 
issues to West Virginia regiments in the service of the United States, 
were made to arm and equip the 4th regiment of cavalry, they not 
having been armed by the United States authorities. The guns were 
issued by your agent prior to the 23d of September. After that 
date, one company was armed with Smith's carbines, and the re- 
mainder of the regiment furnished with accoutrements for the arms 
already issued. The property (statement "A,") has been reported 
to the Ordnance Department at Washington, as issues to the United 
States, and credit asked for the same. As yet, no reply has been 



received. Statement "B," issues to independent companies of scouts 
in the service of the State. It will be seen that these companies 
have been armed with one of the most effective guns now in use. 

Statement "C," issues to the militia of the State. This statement 
includes the issues to several companies of volunteer militia in the 
service of the State, but attached to some regiment of militia. 

The expenses of this Department, as shown by statement "E," 
have been greater than I anticipated, owing to the high rents that 
I have been compelled to pay for warehouses, and necessary expen- 
ditures incurred in organizing this Department. 

I regret to report to your Excellency, the impossibility, on my 
part, to report the number and condition of the arms in the hands 
of the militia. No papers have been furnished this office, from 
which a statement could be made ; and the Regimental Quarter- 
masters, who have been ordered to report, have not done so, or have 
rendered very imperfect ones. 

I am, Governor, Very Respectfully, your Ob't Serv't, 

Geo. W. Brown, 
Q. M. Geril } W. Va. 



Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores issued to West Va. Regiments 
in the Service of the United Slates. 





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Oct. 1, 


Capt. J. L. Simpson. 
Co. B, 4th W. Va. Cav. 


40| 2,000 






Oct. 14, 


Col. N. Wilkinson. 
Comd. 6th W. Va. V. I. 


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October 28, 


Lt. Col. Sam'l Snider. 


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40 800 


2,000 


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Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores issued to Independent Com- 
panies of Scouts in the service of the State. 



DATE. 


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Capt. Geo. L. Kennedy, 


Jackson. 




2,000 




" 15; 


Capt. Michael Rollison, 


Upshur, 


50 


2 ; 000 




" 15 


Capt. John Johnson, 


Jackson, 


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" 22i 


Capt. John Johnson, 


Jackson, 




3,000 




" 27 


Capt. Wm. Ellison, 


Calhoun, 


26 


1,000; 


" 27 


Capt. Wm. Logsdon, 


Wood, 




2,000 


" 30 


Capt. Hiram Chapman, 


Calhoun, 


25 


1,000, 




" 30 


Capt. Wm. Gandee, 


Roane, 


25 l,000j 




Nov. 14 


Capt. J. L. Kesling, 


Upshur, 


25 


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" 27| 


Capt. G. W. Vaught, 


Wirt, 




1,000 




" 27 


Capt. H. S. Say res, 


Doddridge, 




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" 28 


Capt, G. M. Yeager, 


Barbour, 


26 


2,000 




Dec. 4:iCapt. N. G. Lambert, 


Tucker, 


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Capt. N. Alltop, 


Marion, 




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" 15; 


Capt. W. R. Spalding, 


Wayne, 


26 


2,000 


" 15| 


Capt. Jesse Jaco, 


Preston, 


25 


2,000 


" 16; 


Capt. H. S. Sayre, 


Doddridge,| 


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Table of Ordnance, Ordnance Stores and Quartermaster Stores, issued 

and remaining on hand. 



Iron Guns, 10 pounders, 

Belgian Rifled Muskets, 

Light French Rifles, 

Austrian Eifles, 

Smith's Carbines, 

Smooth-bore Muskets , _* 

Old Eifles, 

Enfield Eifles, 

Eifled Muskets, 

Minnie Muskets, 

Springfield Eifled Muskets, 

Flintlock Musk e ts, 

Cartridge Boxes, 

Cartridge Box Plates, 

Cartridge Box Belts, 

Cartridge Box Belt Plates, 

"Waist Belts, 

Waist Belt Plates, 

Gun Slings, 

Cap Pouches and Cone Picks, 

Bayonet Scabbards, 

Carbine Cartridge Boxes, 

Carbine Slings and Swivels, 

Brush Wipers with Thongs, 

Ball Screws, 

Cones, or Gun Nipples, 

Screw Drivers and Cone Wrenches, 

Gun Wipers, 

Spring Vices, . 

Ball Pouches, 

Sergeants' Swords, 

Sergeants' Swordbelts and Plates, 

Oavalrv Swords, Belts and Plates,. 

Bullet "Moulds, 

Army Scales, 

Bass Drum, Sling and Sticks, 

Tenor Drum, Sling and Sticks, 

Fife, . 

Army Blankets, 

Elongated Bullet Cartridges, cal. 69 in.,. 
Elongated Bullet Cartridges, cal. 58 in.,. 
Buck and Ball Cartridges, cal. 69 in.,___ 
Smith's Carbine Ball Cartridges, _____ 
Austrian Rifle Cartridges,--- ..___. 



Received. 



Issued. 



3,700 

496 

19 

40 

810 

24 

4 

46 

9 

3 

108 1 

6,269! 

6,243' 

5,750 

5,570 

6,362 

6,333 

6,975 

6,294 

6,731 

15 

133 

40 

300 

3,417 

4,454 

4,104 

695 j 

34| 

28 

27> 

2 1 

66 

1 

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1, 

1 

522 

459,000 

310,000 

23,150 

39,065 

2,000 



835 
344 

40 



2,012 
1,941 
1,645 
1,715 
1,972 
1,978 
1,971 
2,012 
1,635 

40 

40 

65 

1, 28 

1,027 

987 

197 



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30,000 

53,040 

2,320 

2,000 



Remaining 
on hand. 



2,865 

152 

19 

810 

24 

4 

46 

9 

3 

108 

4,257 

4,302 

4,105 

3,855 

4,390 

4,355 

5,004 

4,282 

5,096 

15 

93 

235 

2,39] 

3,427 

3,153 

498 

34 

28 

27 

2 

62 

1 

1 

1 

1 

522 

429,000 

256,960 

20,830 

37,065 

2,000 



'D" Continued. 



Receiver]. 



Issued. 



Sharp's Rifle Cartridges, ' 300 

Colt's Navy Pistol Cartridges, 2,000 

Colt's Holster Pistol Cartridges, 1,900 180 

Harper's Ferry Rifle Cartridges, .__ 700 

Rifle Powder, (kegs,) 13 1 

Musket Caps, 1 59,350! 

Rifle Caps, 9,500 9,500 

Lead, (pounds,) . 55 



Remain'/? 
on hand. 



30U 

2,000 

1,720 

700 

12 

59,350 

55 



"E." 

Expenses of this Department, from September 23rd, to December 

31st, 1863, inclusive. 



DATE. 



TO WHOM PAID. 



1863 




September. 


September. 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


7 


Oct. 


8 


Oct. 


15 


Oct. 


15 


Oct. 


22 


Oct. 


27 


Oct. 


27 


Oct. 


27 


Oct. 


29 


Oct. 


29 


Oct. 


31 


Nov. 


1 


Nov. 


1 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


3 


Nov. 


3 


Nov. 


4 


Nov. 


4 



Nov. 5 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 7 
Nov. 30 
Nov. 30 



Capt. John H. Bush,-. 

J. Clemens, 

|| Alex. Turner, 

Steamboat "Buck,"__. 
Bait. & Ohio R. R. Co. 
William H. Nicoll,.-. 

T. S. Spates, 

Steamboat "Gem," 

Steam 't "Emma Boyd,' 

John F. McDermot, 

Bait. & Ohio R. R. Co. 
C. & Pittsb'g R. R. Co. 

J. C. Orr & Co., 

William H. Nicoll,___. 

M. Reilly, 

John Bahu, 

L. W. Starkey, 

S. Ott, Son & Co., 

J. Thoburn, 

John Reid, 

L. W. Starkey, 

A. Stutler, 

Steamb't "Allegheny," 

Belle, 

L. W. Starkey, 

Henry Hoop, 

J. A. Armstrong, 

Wm. H. Nicoll, 

John Sherwood, 



FOR WHAT SERVICE. 

For subsisting hostages 

Office desk, 

Packing boxes, 

Transportation, 

Stor , g400,000car"'gs| 

Storage, 

Transportation, 



Printing, 

Transportation, 

Packing boxes, 

Services to date, 

Rent of Powder House for the 
monthof October. 

Sundries, ' 



Dolls. Cte 



For 



13 60 
20100 



1 
81 



00 
26 



10 00 
7 00 
1150 
3 20 

36150 



Services, 

Sundries, 

One stove, 

Rent of wareroom,. 
Services, 



43 
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39 

10 

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28 
60 
70 
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37 
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1 35 
10 00 



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Transportation, 

Services, 

Drayage, 

Sundries, 

Services, 

Clean'g 500musk'ts 



20 
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3 

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30 
60 



Forwarded, 'S408 30 



00 
50 
00 

00 
36 
45 
74 
00 
75 



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"E" Continued. 



DATE. 



1863. 




Dec. 


o' 


Dec. 


5 


Dec. 


5 


Dec. 


8 


Dec. 


10 


Dec. 


12 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


23 


Dec. 


23 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


26 


Dec. 


26 


Dec. 


29 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 



TO WHOM PAID. 



FOR WHAT SERVICE. 



Amt. bro't forwasd, 

2i|Wm. Paxton, _ _ For Rent, 

John Karney, ! " Drayage to elate, __ 

Geo. McGee, i " Drayage to date, 

M. Reilly, 

Bait. & Ohio R. R. Co., 
Bait. & Ohio R. R. Co, 

Steamboat "Gem," 

Henry McMillen, 

James McCluskey, 

0. J. Crawford, 

Hugh Crockard, 



Rent, 

Transportation, 

Transportation, 

Transportation, 

Drayage, 

Drayage, 

Packing boxes, 

Drayage, 



Dolls. 



A. P. Franzell, ! " Sundries, 



Stationery, books &c| 

1 Services, 1 

' Printing, j 

' Rent, I 



J. C. Orr & Co., 

Wm, H. Nicoll, 

John F. McDermot.- 

Wm, Paxton, 

Geo. M. Yeager, " Transportation, 

Alex. Thompson, : " Coal, 

T.H.Logan, " Sundries, 

M. Reilly, " Rent, 

Bait. & Ohio R. R. Co,; 4I Transportation, 



$408 
41 

1 

10 

30 

4 

2 

11 

o 
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5 

5 
21 
48 
30 

5 
41 





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30 
66 
50 
90 
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45 
24 
00 
75 
25 
50 
80 
18 
78 
00 
00 
66 
00 



4'00 



3 

10 
11 



35 
00 

85 



Amount, !$703|r 



REPORT 



OF THE 



QUARTERMASTER GENERAL, 



OF 



WEST VIRGINIA 



FOE, ITEIZE ITIELA-IR, 1864. 



WHEELING: 

JOHN F. m'dERMOT, PUBLIC PRINTER. 

1865. 



REPORT 

of Tin: 



QUARTERMASTER GENERAL 



Quarter Master General's Office, 1 
Wheeling, January 16th 1865. J 

His Excellency, 

A. I. Boreman, 

Governor of West Virginia. 

Governor : — As required by the laws of this State, I have the 
honor to submit my report as Quarter Master General, Commissary 
General of Subsistence, and Chief of Ordnance, for the year ending 
December 31st, 1864. 

No Quarter-master's Stores have been purchased siuce my last re- 
port. 

Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage, and Subsistence, have 
been furnished to the Troops in the service of this State upon requi- 
sitions approved by your Excellency, by the United States Depot 
Quarter Masters and Commissaries of Subsistence, under an order 
from the Secretary of War, dated Washington D. C, August 26th, 
1863 — a copy of which is herewith transmitted in the appendix, 
Schedule A. 

Schedule B. Exhibits the amount of Quarter-masters Stores, and 
Clothing, and Camp, and Garrison Equipage on hand December 31, 
1864. 

The Militia of the State have been called into service by your 
Excellency a number of times during the year, and while in camp, 
have, by order of the Secretary of War, been furnished with trans- 
portation and supplies by the United States Depot Quarter Masters 
and Commissaries|of Subsistence. However, when called into service, 
some of the forces were at a distance from any United States Post, 
and could not at once be furnished with the necessary supplies ; the 
officers were, therefore, compelled to purchase supplies for, the im- 
mediate wants of the men. As yet these accounts have not been 
paid. 

During the year the Militia and State Troops have been armed 
and supplied with ammunition, 

A detailed statement of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, received, 
issued, and remaining on hand may be found in the appendix in the 
following order : — 

Schedule C. — Abstract of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received 
in the 1st quarter 1864. 



Schedule D. — Abstract of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received 

in the 2d quarter 1864. 
Schedule E. — Abstract of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received 

in the 3d quarter 1864. 
Schedule F. — Abstract of 'Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received 

in the 4th quarter 1864. 
Schedule G. — Abstract of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores issued in 

the 1st quarter 1864. 
Schedule H. — Abstract of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores issued in 

the 2d quarter 1864. • 
Schedule I. — Abstract of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores issued in 

the 3d quarter 1864. ,' 
Schedule J. — Abstract of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores issued in 

the 4th quarter 1864. 
Schedule K — Statement of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, 

issued and remaining on hand in the 1st quarter 1864, 
Schedule L. — Statement of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, 

issued, and remaining on hand in the 2d quarter 1864. 
Schedule M. — Statement of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores receiv- 

ed,issued and remaining on hand in the 3d quarter 1864. 
Schedule N. — Statement of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, 

issued and remaining on hand in the 4th quarter 1864. 

With some few exceptions the Ordnance and Ordnance Stores 
now on hand, are in serviceable condition. 

From the best information that I have been able to obtain there 
are at this time some 8000 rifles and muskets in the hands of the 
different military organizations of the State. Of these, there are 
in the hands of the first Division of Militia 5466 — distributed as 
follows : — 

,1st Brigade, General W. L. Crawford — composed of the coun- 
' ties of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio and Marshall, 882. 

2d Brigade, General A. S. Core — composed of the coun- 
ties of Tyler, Wetzel, Pleasants, Wood, Ritchie, Dodd- 
ridge and Wirt, 1369 

3rd Brigade, General E. C. Bunker — composed of the coun- 
ties of Monongalia, Marion, Harrison, Taylor and Preston, 3215 

The remainder of the arms are in the hands of the State Troops, 
and home Guard Companies in the border counties of the State, 
where the militia are not organized. 

The arms with which the militia are furnished, are of a very in- 
ferior quality. This deficiency has been remedied to some extent 
during the year, by issuing new arms to some of the Regiments. 

Since my last report, several lots of arms and equipments have 
been captured and destroyed by the enemy, the most important of 
which was 309 muskets, captured and destroyed by the rebel 
Colonel Witcher at Buckhaunon, in August last. 

Schedule 0, exhibits the different sums that have been :paid for 
transportation, rent of ware-rooms, services, &c, amounting to 
$2711 69. Of this sum $2054 41 has been paid out of the appro- 
priation of $2000 for contingent expenses of this office. 



Schedule P, exhibits the amounts that have been paid, by order 
of your Excellency, out of the appropriation of $50,000 for procur- 
ing arms, equipments, munitions of war, &c, made by the Legisla- 
ture, by the act of July 2d, 1863 and increased to $60,000 by the 
act of March 2d, 1864. Of this amount ($59,943.19) Fifty-nine 
thousand nine hundred and forty-three dollars and nineteen cents, 
has been expended. 

A statement of Quarter-master's stores, and Ordnance and Ord- 
nance stores received and issued by Thomas Hornbrook, Esqr., mili- 
tary agent for your Excellency, from June 20th, 1863, to September 
23d, 1863, compiled from abstracts and vouchers on file in this of- 
fice, may be found in the appendix, Schedule R. 

By an act of the General Assembly of Virginia, passed February 
3d, 1863, it was enacted, " That all property real, personal, or mixed 
owned by or appertaining to this State, and being within the boun- 
daries of the proposed State of West Virginia, when the same shall 
become one of the United States, shall thereupon pass to and be- 
come the property of the State of West Virginia." I have, there- 
fore, thought proper to give a statement of the arms received and 
issued by Thomas Hornbrook, Esqr., military agent for His Excel- 
lenoy, F. H. Peirpoint, Governor of Virginia, from the date of the 
organization of the restored Government of Virginia to the 20th of 
June, 1863, which may be found in the appendix, Schedule S, T, & 
W, for which information, I am under obligations to Mr. Horn* 
brook. 

I have endeavored in this report to give as near a correct L state- 
ment of the number and condition of arms, equipments, and the 
property of which I have had charge as it has been possible for me 
to make. I prepared proper blanks for returns, and forwarded to 
each of the commanding officers of Militia Eegiments, requesting 
reports of all State property pertaining to the Militia, within the 
bounds of ^their respective regiments, but many of these returns 
were very incomplete, and required considerable time and trouble 
to get into proper shape. There no doubt remains in the State a 
considerable number of arms which are not accounted for in this 
report. Although I have endeavored, as far as possible, to obtain 
reports of all such. These, however, are scattered over the State 
in small lots, and perhaps are of a very inferior quality, some of 
which were issued to Volunteer companies before the organization 
*of the Restored Government. 

Verv Respectfully, 

Your Ob't Serv't, 

Geokge W. Brown, 

Col and Q. 31. Qertl 



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Schedule A. 
Adjutant General's Office, 1 

Washington, D. C., Aug. 26th, 1863. / 

Respectfully submitted to the Secretary of War. In accordance 
with orders of the 24th inst., endorsed on a letter of the Governor 
of Virginia, dated Aug. 21st, I have respectfully to report as fol- 
lows : As the companies proposed to be raised by the Governor 
are not to be mustered into the U. S. service, strictly speaking, is- 
sues of clothing and subsistence could not be legally made. It is 
evident, however, from the liberal legislation relative to raising 
volunteers within States, that some latitude in such issues may 
properly be allowed, -but the accounts of such issues should be care- 
fully kept distinct from those made to troops mustered into the U. 
S. service, in order that a settlement may be made between the 
United States and the State, if it should become necessary here- 
after. 

The following regulations are, therefore, submitted for the govern- 
ment of such issues to the State Troops of West Virginia. 

Should His Excellency, the Governor of West Virginia, raise 
several companies of troops to be paid by his State, he is hereby 
authorized to make, or approve, requisitions on the nearest Depot 
Quarter-master and Commissary of Subsistence of the United States 
as may be necessary for those companies. 

The Quarter-masters and Commissary of Subsistence, who issue 
upon these requisitions, will keep a seperate account of such issues, 
reporting them to the Chief of their respective Departments, as is- 
sues made to State Troops of West Virginia, by order of the Sec- 
retary of War. 

The Quarter-master General and the Commissary General of 
Subsistence will give orders to the proper officers of their Depart- 
ments, in accordance with this regulation. 

(Signed) E. D. Townsend, A. A. G. 

Approved by the Secretary of War, Aug. 29th, 1863. 

War Department, Adj't Gen'l Office, Aug. 31st, 1S63. 

(Signed) Thomas M. Vincent, A. A. G. 

Dec. 9th, 1863. (Official.) 

(Signed) A. V. Barkingek, CapL & Chief Q. M. 

Schedule B. 

List of Quarter-master's Stores and Clothing, Camp and Garrison 
Equipage on hand January 1st, 1865. 

Wool Blankets, 535 

Haversacks, 315 

Drums, 2 

Fifes, 1 

Camp-kettles, 31 

Mess-pans, 55 

Army Scales, 1 





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Capt. R. H. McFarlan, Marshal 

County Home-guards, 

Capt. H. Chapman, State troops 
Capt John S. Bond, do 

Thomas Hornbrook, Esqr 

Capt. John Boggs, State troops 
Capt. G. F. Taylor, do 

Capt. J. R. Ramsey, do 
Capt. Jas. Rohrbaugh, do 
Capt. 0. W. Shinn Harrison 

County Home-guards, 



2000 



2000 2000 
> 2000 1 



1000 
2000 1 



4000 L. 

3000 1...i 

3000 1000 ... ! 
3000 I 1 



1 3000j ' 

1 3000, 

1, . 



CD 
>i 
O 

o 

a 
Ph 



4 

9 

1 

9 



1000 



20, 



1000, 



Total Issued, .'20 l [ 2000'23000il000; 4,3000 4000 28 



15 



TabU of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, issued, and remaining 

on hand in the 1st Quarter, 1864. 






CD 



r— 

O 



CL> | 






a j 

.P3 H 



o o 



C3 £ 
£ O 

r-i o 



Iron Guns, 10-pds (unserviceable) 
Belgian Rifle Muskets, Cal. GO in.... 

Light French Rifles, Cal. 58 in 

Austrian Rifles, Cal. 58 in 

Enfield Rifles, , 

Rifled Muskets (Colt- s) Cal. 58 

Minnie Muskets, Cal. 69 

Springfield Rifle Muskets 

S. B. Muskets, Cal. G9 

Flint Lock, S. B. Muskets 

Old Rifles (Citizens) 

Cavalry Swords, 

Non Com. Officers Swords 

Bayonet Scabbards 

Cap Pouches and Cone-picks 

Cartridge Boxes 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Gun Sli ngs 

Waist Belts ..... 

Waist Belt Plates 

Carbine Cartridge Boxes... 

do- Slings and Swivels 

Ball Pouches 



Plates 

Belts 

do Plates. 



Cavalry Swords, Belts and Plates ! 

Non Com. Officers Swords, Belts & PPts 1 

Screw Drivers and Cone- wrenches 

Cones, or Gun-nippies 

Gun Wipers 

Ball Screws 

Spring Vices 

Bullet Moulds . 

Elongated Bullet Cartridges, Cal. 69 in. 
Elongated Bullet Cartridges, Cal. 58.in. 
Buck and Ball Cartridges, Cal. G9 in.... 

Smith's Carbine Cartridges 

Austrian Rifle Cartridges. * ... 

Sharp's Rifle Cartridges 

Harper's Ferry Rifle Cartridges 

Colt's Navy Pistol Cartridges 

'do Holster Pistol Cart'gs, Cal. 44... 

Rifle Powder, (Kegs) 

Musket Caps '. 

Lead, (pounds) 

Gun Flints 

Packing Boxes 

Powder Canteens ' 



2885' 


75 ... 


152' 


1 ... 


19' 


1 ! ... 


4, 


1 
■•• 


46 j 




9 




o 1 


i 


o 




810! 


61|... 


108'' 


06*15 


24! 


I_ 


2' 


!••• 


27 


! 


5096 


106:... 


4282 


132 ... 


4257 


134 1 ... 


4302 


133 f ... 


4105, 


109... 


3855 


108 ... 


5004 


76'... 


4390 


133 ... 


4355 


133.... 


15 


I 


93 


\ 1 


34 





2 


!... 


27 





3427 


72... 


2391 


37 ... 


3153 


i-rt 

. to ... 


235 


1 8 ... 


498 


2"... 


'62 


1 


429000 


1358 ... 


256960 





20830 


! #> 


37065 


1... 


2000 




300 


\ 


700 


.. 


2000 




1720 


> 


12 


j 


59350 


, .. , 



2 

2940 

153 

20 

4 

46 



871 

189 

24 

2 

27 

5202 

4414 

4391 

4435 

4214 

3963 

5080 

; 4523 

4488 

15 

93 

34 

2 

27 

3499 

! 242S 

3226 

238 

500 

62 

430358 

256960 

1 20830 

37065 

1 2000 

300 

700 

2000 

1720 

12 

59350 

60 

* 295 

1001 



*A 






"3 



1*2 



a 



o 
a 
o 



65 



65 
65 
6b 



65 

65 
65 



2000 
37000 



44 



2 

2940 

88 

20 

4 

46 

9 

o 

871 

189 

24 

2 

'27 

5202 

4349 

4326 

4370 

4214: 

3963 

5015 

4458 

4423 

15 

93 

34 

' 2 

27 

3466 

2395 

3193 



62 

428358 

219960 

20830 

37065 

2000 

300 

700 

2000 

1720 

11 

59350 

60 

295 

957 



16 

SCIHZIEIDTTILiIE 31- 

Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, issued and remain- 
ing on hand in the 2d quarter 1864. 



Iron Guns, 10-pounders, (unserviceable) { 

Belgian Rifle Muskets, Cal. 69 in ' 

Light French Rifles, Cal. 58 in.... 

Austrian Rifles, Cal. 58 in ' 

Enfield Rifles, Cal. 58 in 

Rifle Muskets, (Colt's). .. 

Minnie Muskets, Cal G9 in.... 

Springfield Rifle Muskets 

S. B. Muskets, Cal. 69 in 

Austrian S- B. Muskets 

S. B. Flint. Lock Muskets..... 

Old Rifles, (Citizens) 

Cavalry Swords 

Non Com. Officers Swords... 

Bayonet Scabbards 

Cap Pouches and Cone-picks 

Cartridge Boxes.. 

Cartridge Box Plates 

do do Behs 

do do Plates 

Gun Slings..: 

Waist Belts 

Waist Belt Plates 

Carbine Cartridge Boxes 

Carbine Slings and Swivels 

Ball Pouches y . 

Cavalry Sword, Belts and Plates 

Non Com. Officers Sword, Belt & Plates 

Screw Drivers and Cone-wrenches 

Cones, or Gun-nipples 

Gun Wipers 

Ball Screws 

Snring Vices 

Bullet Moulds 

Elongated Bullet Cartridge, Cal. 69 in.. 

do do do do 58 do 

Buckand Ball Cartridges, Cal. 69 in. ... 

Smith's Carbine do 

Austrian Rifle do 

Sharp's Rifle do 

Harper' s Ferry Rifle do 

Colt's Navy Pistol do 

do Holster do 

Rifle Powder, Kegs 

do do Pounds... 

Musket Caps 

Lead, Pounds 

Gun -'Flints 

Powder Canteens 

Packing Boxes 



Cal. 36 in. 
do 44 in. 




17 



SCIHIIEIDTTIjIE IMI, 

Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, issued and remain- 
ing on hand in the 3rd quarter 18G4. 



1 S 

CO <*-. 



fl la 
O feci 



Iron Guns, 10-p'ds, (unserviceable) 
Belgian Rifle Muskets, Cal. G9 in. 

Light French Rifles, Cal. 58, 

Austrian Rifles, 

Rifle Muskets, 

Springfield Muskets, i 

Rifle Muskets (Colt's) 

■S. B. Muskets, Cal. 69 in., 

do do Austrian, 

do do Flint Lock, 

Old Rifles, (Citizens) 

Cavalry Swords 

Non Com. Officers Swords , 

Bayonet Scabbards, 

Cap Pouches and Cone-picks, 

Cartridge Boxes, 

do do Plates, 

do do Belts, 

do do do Plates, 

Gun Slings*.... 

Waist Belts, 

Waist Belt Plates. 

Carbine Cartridge Boxes, 

do Slings and Swivels, 

Ball Pouches, 

Cavalry Sword Belts and Plates,.... 

Non Com. Officers do 

Screw-drivers and Cone-wrenches,. 

Cones, 

Wipers, 

Ball Screws,... 

Spring Vices, 

Bullet Moulds, i 

Elongated Bullet Cartridges, Cal 69 

do do do do 58 

Buck and Ball do do 69 

Smith's Carbine do 

Austrian Rifle do 

Sharp's Rifle Cartridges, 

Harper's Ferry Rifle Cartridges,.... 
Colt's Navy Pistol do 

db Holster do do 

Rifle Caps 

Musket Caps, 

Lead, (pounds) 

Powder, (kegs) 

do (pounds) 

Gun Flints, 

Powder Canteens, 

Packing Boxes, 



u 

2 ^ 
a > 

& O 

2* 



2940 

5 

45 



88 
970 

20 
189 

24 

9 



I 1 









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o 

O I 

C3 I 



r. 







"o 


W>£-3 


ci 
u 
-t-a 






— o 


C3 


s ^ a 



X 5 



48! 



1 

145: 



2-2 








'1 


*2940 


1425 


1515 


54; 


54 , 




45 . 


6 . 

o 


45 






94 


94 . 




1115 


'318 


797 


20 


20 . 




189| 


189,. 




46 


4G . 





27 

5298 

4327 

4351 

4280 

4281 

3854 

4732 

4449 

4402 

15 

93 

91 

9 



3274 

2199 

2999 

199 

462 

62 

426358 

161960 

13830 

37065 

2000 

300 : 

700: 
1000 
1720. 



36. 

75 i 

22! 

59 



35 

38j 
84| 
691 



10, 



54850 

30 

9! 

17; 

295 

5' 
868 ( 



5334 
4402 
4433 
4357 
4340 
3889 
4770 
4533 
4471 
15 
93 

91 
2 

27 
3284 

: ' 2199 

7 3006 

i 199 

462 

62 

1500 '427868 

153000 314960 

100000 '113830 

I i 37065 

| 2000 

300 

700 

1000 

! 1720] 

8000, 

54850, 

30 

9 

l l\ 
295 

51 

1124 



1653 
1705 
1705 
1105 
1663 
1663 
1705 
1705 
1705 



862 
862 
862 
99 
154 



52000 
78000 
10000 



.,8000, 



800 
4000 
9000 



1 



'Si 

3681 

2697 

2728 

2652 

2677 

2226 

3065 

2828 

2766 

15 

93 

91 

2 

27 

2422 

1337 

2144 

100 

308 

62 

375858 

236960 

; 103830 

37065 

2000 

300 

700 

1000 

920 

4000 

45850 

30 

8 

17 

295 



256! 



292 832 



18 



Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, issued and remain- - 
ing on hand in the 4th quarter 1864. 



,T3 



O 
CO 



Iron Guns, 10-p'ds (unserviceable)... 

Belgian Rifle Muskets, Cal. 58 in- 1515 

Austrian Rifles. 45 

Rifle Muskets, Cal. 58 in., j 

S. B. Muskets, Cal. 69 in 797 

Cavalry Swords. , 2, 

Non Com. Officers Swords, 27 

Bayonet Sdabbards, j 3681. 

Cap-pouches and Cone-picks, i 2697 

Cartridge Boxes, | 2728. 

do do Plates, < 2652 

do do Belts, 2677 

do do Plates, 2226 

Gun Slings, I 3065, 

Waist Belts', | 2828i 

do do ! 2766 

Carbine Cartridge Boxes, 35* 

Carbine Slings and Swivels, 93 

Ball Pouches, ! 91 

Cavalry Sw T ord Belts and Plates, 

Non Com. officers swords, bl'ts & p'ts* 27 

Screw-drivers | 2422 1 

Cones, ! 1337 

Wipers, 2144 

Ball-screws, j 100, 

Spring- vices, 308 

Bnllet-raoulds, j 62 ( 

Elongated Bullet Cartridges, Cal. 69. 3758581 

do do do do 58 '236960' 

Buck and Ball do do 69.'l03830J 

Smith's Carbine do I 37065' 

Austrian Rifle do .V 2000 1 

Sharp's do B00J 

Harper's Ferry do ; 700. 

Colt's Navy Pistol do j 1000 j 

do Holster do do 1720! 

Rifle Caps 4000l 

Musket Caps, ! 45850, 

Lead, (pounds) 30. 

Rifle Powder, (Kegs) 8 

Rifle Powder, (pounds) 17 

Gun Flints, | 295 

Powder Canteens, 5 

Packing Boxes, 832 




205 . 
201 . 
217 . 
217«. 
211 . 
211 . 
160 . 
203 1. 
203 . 



100 

100 

100 1 

5 

5 



28 



27 
3886 
2898 
2945 
2869 
2888 
2437 
3225 
3031 
2969 
15 
93 
91 
2 
27 
. 2522 
1437 
1244 
105 
313 
62 
375858', 
236960! 
103830 
37065 
2000' 
300 
. 700 
1000! 
1720; 
40001 
45850i 
30! 
8' 
17 
295 
5 
860 



20001 
23000] 



1000 

* 

40001 
3000| 



27 

3886 

2898 

2945 

2869 

2888 

2437 

3225 

3031 

2969 

15 

93 

91 

2 

27 

2522 

1437 

1244 

105 

313 

62 

373858 

213960 

103830 

37065 

2000 

. 300 

700 

1720 

42850 
30 
•. 4 

; 17 

295 

5 

832 



19 

SOIEIIEIDTXXjIE O- 

List of accounts certified to by Col George W. Brown, Quarter-master 
General, in the year 1864. 

January 2d, Henry Hoop, for drayage, $ 3 30 

12th, Adam's Express Co., for transportation, 50 

14tli, Peter Dolan, for drayage, 2 15 

" 28th, Steamer Paragon, for transportation, 5 00 

" 28th, Jesse Jaco, for transportation, 14 75 

30th, Steamer Savannah, for transportation, 35 00 

31st, William II. Nicoll, for serivces, 30 00 

February 1st, M. Riley, rent of powder-house, 10 00 

1st, Joshua Shehen, for transportation, 31 00 

" 1st, William Paxton, for rent of ware-room, 41 66 

(: 3d, Str. Louisville, for transportation, 4 00 

" 5th, George K. Wheat, for stationery, 6 25 

" 5th, Thomas Grear, for drayage, 75 

5th, Str. Mean's, for transportation, 1 00 

9th, Balto. & O. R. R. Co., for transportation, 36 50 

/' 17th, Hiram Chapman, for transportation, 19 75 

" 23d, Henry Hoop, for drayage, ' 4 20 

u Str. Lavina Logan, lor transportation, 3 00 

" 27th, Ellison Bnrdet, for transportation, __;____-. 24 75 

28th, William Davia.-for transportation, 9 00 

29th, John F. McDermot, for printing, &c, 22 50 

March 1st, D. Nicoll & Bro., for sundries, 2 50 

2d, William H. Nicoll, for services, 30 00 

" 2d, William Paxton, for rent of ware-room, 41 66 

li 4th, J. L. Hargreaves, for sundries, 3 45 

" 5th, Str. Ohio Valley, for transportation, 2 00 

7th, B. & J. N. Charnock, for black-smithing, S 65 

12th, Henry Hoop, for drayage, 5 15 

" 20th, Samuel Miller, for transportation, 10 00 

20th, E. Greathouse, for do 18 41 

" 20th, George Lawrence, for do , — 9 00 

" 20th, Joseph Wolf, for do 13 00 

20th, Isaac Morris, for do 15 75 

. " 20th, Andrew Vandal, for do 15 75 

" 21st, H. C. Ravenscraft, for do IS 06 

22d, A. P. Franzell, for sundries * 36 91 

22d, Hobbs, Taylor & Co., for repairs to cannon,-- 15 00 

22d, J. 0. Jelley, for transportation, __ 2 00 

23d, Str. Eagle, for transportation, 1 00 

25th, N. J. Lambert, for transportation, 12 30 

26th, Thomas Wesh, for transportation, 10 00 

26th, Peter Phillips, for sundries, 3 50 

31st, M. Riley, for rent of powder-house, 20 00 

'" 31st, William Paxton, for rent of ware-room, 41 66 

April 1st, William H. Nicoll, for services, SO 00 

"' 2d, E. 0. Harper, for transportation, 29 50 

* " 2d, John Laugh, for transportation, '-- 15 62 

5th, T. J.Powell, for drayage,* 50 



20 



April 8th, J. S. Shehen, for transportation, $ 3 50 

15th, Str. Delaware, for transportation, 4 00 

21st, Wheeling Gas Co., for gas, .. 1 75 

21st, B. & 0. R. K. Co., for transportation, 41 16 

22d, Str. Areola, for transportation, 2 25 

26th, William McKee, for transportation, 34 41 

29th, John F. McDermot, for printing, &c, 23 50 

30th, Str. Delaware, for transportation, 4 00 

Jacob Waggy, for beef for militia, 73 00 

May 2d, William H. Nicoll, for services, 30 00 

2d,. William Paxton, for rent of ware-room, 41 66 

3d, Henry Hoop, for drayage, 1 85 

4th, Str. Eagle, for transportation, 3 30 

5th, Clemens & Graham, for office desk, 20 00 

6th, M. Riley, for rent of powder-house, 10 00 

7th, Str. Revenue, for transportation, 2 50 

7th, Peter Dolan, for drayage, - 7 50 

11th, H. McMillen, for drayage, 3 85 

12th, Alex. Thompson, for 95 bus. coal, 6 50 

12th, Str, Eagle, for transportation,-- . 1 25 

14th, Str. Maj. Anderson, for transportation, 2 00 

14th, B. & O. P. R. Co., for transportation, 38 92 

17th. Charles D. Tull, for packing arms, &c, 15 00 

17th, Str. Eagle, for transportation, I 00* 

20th, J. A. Holliday & Co., for packing boxes, 35 00 

20th, John McOluskey, for drayage 1 00 

26th, Andrew Pifer, for transportation, 9 14 

31st, M.Riley, for rent of powder-house 10 00 

31st, William Paxton, for rent of ware-room, 41 66 

31st, William H. Nicoll, for services, 30 00 

Str. Revenue, for transportation, 1 50 

June 1st, Hugh Crockard, for drayage, 3 75 

3d, John F. McDermot, for printing, &c, 33 00 

6th, N. J. Eerberet, for drayage, 3 15 

7th, R. Brooks, for transportation, 9 00 

13th, D. A. Rader, for services, 20 00 

13th, Alex. B. Dawson, for beef for scouts, 14 00 

13th, William Waggy, for beef for scouts, 69 96 

13th, Str. Eagle, for transportation,- 2 25 

17th, Jacob W. Parsons, for transportation, 23 92 

17th, Samuel Bowman, for transportation, 49 00 

17th, Nicholas Parsons, for transportation, 43 34 

21st, C. H. Wheat, for services, 3 00 

23d, Peter Dolan, for drayage, 7 25 

25th, B. & O. R. R. Co., for transportation, 36 33 

John Wentz, for transportation, 9 00 

H. D. Chapman, for transportation, 13 50 

do do do 16 00 

do do do 16 00 

do do do 18 00 

• Asa Harper, for transportation, 15 00 

Samuel Lee, for do 19 50 



IC 



21 

June 29th, S. Cr. Rogers, for storage,.-' $ 1- 50 

.July 2d, J. C. Orr & Co., for stationery, 12 10 

" 5th, William Paxton, for rent of ware-room 4L 66 

" l 11th, B. & 0. R. R. Co., for transportation,-. & 10 

11th, "William H. Nicoll, for services.— 30 00 

• " 14th, J. Rhz, for services,.. L'_- — ' L 2 50 

" 21st, Harvy Staggars, for services as scout, <6 00 

<* 21st, Kinsey Fife, do do 6 00 

" 21st, John Fordyce; do do __ 9 00 

22d, B. H. Maulsby, for. drayage, , 1 00 

" 24th, John J. Walters, for drayage, i 7 55 

" 25th, S. Ott, Son & Co., for 8000 rifle caps*' 8 00 

26th, T. H. Logan, for sundries, __'__. i 18 55 

" 30th, J. 0. Jelley, for transportation, \t 5 00 

August 2st, Willliam H. Nicoll, for services, ls , 30 00 

;< 1st, William Paxton, for rent of ware-room 41 Oo 

5th, B. & O. R. R. Co., for transportation, 6 05 

5th, Steamer Oragos, -for transportation, 74 00 

10th, F. E. Boyles for services, - . 1 60 

10th, F. Perpoint, for drayage, 1 00 

10th, Steamer Highlander, for transportation, 3 00 

10th, Steamer Aragos, for transportation, 14 00 

" 15th, American TelegrapK Co., for telegraphing,- 40 12 

"[ 20th, Isaac Cotts, for lumber, 35.00 

¥ - 24th, N. J. Berberet, for drayage, , 135 

24th, Steamer Express, for transportation, 1 20 

26th, Steamer Reserve, for transportation, 2 00 

26th, L. Hushmari, for subsistence for recruits, 7 00 

" Isaac Cotts, for lumber,--'.-. -"__„_' ,17 50 

30th, John F. McDermot, for printing,. &c, j 27 50 

30th, Str. Revenue, for transportation, 1 50 

31st, William -Paxton, for rent of ware-room 41 66 

" Lewis Ripley, for transportation,--. , 9 50 

Sept'berlst, Wheeling Gas Co., for gas, LIl 1 55 

tl 3d, Peter, Dolan, for drayage,--! 4 45 

3d, William H. Nicoll, for services, 30 00 

•'' 10th, Thomas Worker, for drayage, 2 20 

" 12th, Str. George Mc. Porter, for transportation,. 2 50 

14th, Str. Express, do # 2 00 

" 15th, B. & O. R. R. Co., for do 43 92 

16th, James Grimes, for drayage, 1 15 

16th, J. A. Hall for services, .18 50 

31st, William H. Nicoll, for services,.. 30 00 

Oct'berSd, C. H. Wheat/for services, 5 00 

5th, B. & O. R. R. Co., for transportation, 91 70 

- 5th, "William Paxton, for rent of ware-room, 41 66 

6th, Henry McMillen, for drayage, 2 45 

8th, Str. Citizen, for transportation, 1 50 

19th, Str. Henry Logan, for transportation, 2 00 

25th John W. Harper, for services, -cJi*--. A -i 8 75 

" 26th, B, & J. KCharnock, for black-smithing,...- 1 75 

28th, Str. Wm. Butler, for transportation, 1 00 

4 



99 

October 31st, Charles Didworth, for drayage, \ $ 75 

31st, William H. Nicoll, for services, 30 00 

Nov'ber3d, Henry Hoop, for drayage, 4 55 

25th, N. Berberet, for drayage, 6 10 

26th, R B. Hunter, for transportation 7 00 

30th, William H. Nicoll, for services, „ 30 00 

Dec'ber 1st, do do do 1 00 

" 2d, Jacob Teter, for transportation 9 00 

•' 5th, William Paxton, for rent of ware-room for the 

months of Oct. and Nov., 83 33 

* 13th, Thomas Grear, for drayage 1 00 

11 22d, G. W. Brown, for transportation, 10 00 

22d, B. & O. R. R. Co., for transportation, 9 90 

" 24th, Str. Saint John, for transportation, 2 00 

. " 24th, Henry Hoop, for drayage, 6 00 

* " 30th, B & O. R. R. Co., for transportation, 8 85 

" 31st, John H. Charnock, for services, 12 00 

31st, Hamilton & Hutchingson,for glass & glazing, 9 29 

31st, Wm, Paxton, for rent of ware-room, 41 66 

Amount, $2711 69 



(<* 



SOIHIIEIDTTIjIEJ if. 
By an act of the Legislature, passed July 2d 1863, the sum of 
$50,000 was appropriated, and afterwards, by an act passed March 
2d 1864, increased to the sum of $60,000, for " procuring arms, 
equipments and munitions of war, &c." Out of this appropriation 
there'.has been paid, by order of your Excellency, the following 
claims, for services as therein stated. 
August 13, 1863, Charles E. Trisler, for services, scouting 

during the Morgan raid, $ 15 00 

August 11, Thomas Hornbrook, for cash paid transporta- 
tion and other expenses, 530 13 

August 31, Capt. William King, for services as captain of 

Scouts, from Ju]y 2d to August 1st, 1863, 50 00 

September 1, John Holland, $ 138 

T. P. Ray, 72 

N. C. Vandervert, 9 

Wm. H. Stewart, 9 

. William Phillips, < 9 

H. T. McClaskey,-. „ 15 

for services, scouting in the Counties of Monongalia 

and Preston, _.„ - *- $252 00 

September 12, S. Peirpoint, for services as scout from the 
20th of June to the 26th of August, 1863, 68 

days, @ $3 per day, _. __ 204 00 

September 12th, Kinsey Fife, for services as scout from 
20th of June to 14th of August 1863, 56 days, 

@ $3 per day, 168 00 

September 17th, Paul Stephens, for services in organizing . 

the militia and scoutting, 150 00 

September 21st, A. C. Duval, for subsisting 125 men of the 
103d Reg't militia for two (2) days, during the 



23 

Morgan raid, $ 100 00 

September 30th, Adam Garrison, for subsisting 182 men 
of the 154th Reg't Militia for (4) four days, 
during the Morgan raid, 291 20 

September -35th, Julia Ray, for subsisting 72 men of the 
103d Reg't Militia for two (2) days, during the 
Morgan raid, 1 57 60 

October 1st, Col. Thomas Nutter and others for organizing 
and attending courts of the 153d Reg't of 
Militia, 85 00 

October 1st, Robert Reed, for services as Provost Marshal 13 00 

October 2d, Z. L. Springer, for services as clerk for Regt'l 

court for the 154th Reg't Militia, 12 00 

October 2d, William Palmer, for subsisting 67 men of the 
154th Reg't Mil\tia, one day, during the Mor- 
gan raid, 1 26 80 

October 5th, J. H. Henderson, for services as Regt'l clerk 

for the 191st Reg't Militia, , 13 00 

October 5th, Thomas Hornbrook, for rent of ware-room 

from July 1st to Oct. 1st, 1863, 75 00 

October 7th, Daniel Sweeney, for services of self and team, 
five and one half days, hauling supplies during 
the Morgan raid, 16 50 

October 8th, Balto. & Ohio R. R. Co., for transportation,-. 81 26 

October 12th, Capt. George McPorter, for services as judge 

advocate, 30 00 

October 22d, C. B. Smith, for services, enrolling Militia,- 36 00 

October 22d, Capt. Isaac Alt's Company of State Troops, 

for services from 11th !July to Oct. 1, 1863,-. 860 67 

October 22d, Capt. E. C. Harper's Company of State Troops 

for services from 20th June to Oct. 1st, 1863,. 1177 93 

October 23d, Capt. George L. Kennedy's Company of State 

Troops, for service from — r— to 1863, .._ 400 00 

November 3d, Alexander Applebay, for cleaning 30 mus- 
kets for the 103d Reg't Militia, 30 00 

November 4th, Richard T. Roberts, for services as Provost 
Marshal, for court-martial, for the trial of Col. 
J. D. Nichols, * i_ 4 00 

November 5th, J. T. Bowyer, for expenses incurred while 

paying Capt. Kennedy's Co., 11 50 

November 6th, Col. George W. Brown, for cash paid trans- 
portation, rent, &c, 201 15 

November 9th, Capt. James R. Ramsey s Company of State 

* Troops, for services from to 1863, __ 2401 42 

November 10th, J. F. W. Holt, for transportation, 16 28 

November 10th, Capt. Benj. L. Stephenson's Company of 
State Troops, for services from 20th of June to 
1st Nov. 1863, 2522 70 

November, 16th, William L. Dunnington, for sundries for 

militia of Lewis Co., 23 76 

November 21st, Kinsey Fife, for services as scout from the 
14th of Aug. to the 14th of November 1863, 
92 days, @ $2 50 per day, 230 00 



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November 27th, Col. R. S. Gorbit and others, for services 

as members of a court of enquiry, $ 54 00 

November 28th, Vincent Fletcher, for services of self and 

vteam, 4 days during the Morgan raid, 7 00 

December 1st, Col. George W. Brown, for cash paid trans- 
portation, &c, ! 1 — 105 89 

December 2d, William Paxton, for rent of ware-room for 

the month of Nov. 1863, 41 66 

December 5th, Samuel Nicholas, for cleaning 78 guns for 

Brooke Co. Militia, 5 00 

December 8th, Kinsey Fife, for services as scout from the 

14th of Nov. to the 4th of Dec. 1863, - 50 00 

December 9th, A. S. Board, for beef lLjjl-IL- 800 

Robert Maguire, for boarding Militia of 
■t the 14th Reg't'Militia, 1— --50 30 58 30 

December 11th, William T. W-iant, to pay Oapt. John H. 

Bushe's Go. of State Troops,- L 1 " 198 00 

* December 11th, H. N. Crook's to pay Capt. Wm. Logsdon's ■ 

Co. of State Troops, 454 88 

December 11th, D. Sweeney, for susbsisting 150 men of the 

123d Reg't of Militia, during the Morgan raid 120 00 

December .11th, George W. Welden and others, for ser- 
vices as members of the examining court of the 
153d Reg't of Militia,--- >-- r 87 00 

December 17th, Charles A. Martin, for arresting John 

Coughlin as a deserter from the rebel army 5 00 

December 22d, Capt. George W. Vaught, for services as 

Captain of State Troops to "Dec. 1st 1863, 118 33 

December. 23d, Dr. D. M. Myers, for medical attendence to 

Capt. Yeager r sCo., -L__, 25 00 

December 24th, Capt. Geo. W. Vaught's Co. of State Troops 

for services from 20th Aug. to 1st Nov. 1863,- 547 27 

January 4th, 1864, Capt. George M. Yeager, for services of 
self and horses, from Aug. 13th to December 
31st, 1863,-^ J . 1207 34 

January 5th, Capt. M-. T. Haller's Company of State Troops 

for services from Sept.- 1st to Dec. 31st, 1863,- 1127 94 

January 20th, Dr. D. W. Staats, for medical attendence to 
private Andrew Barker of the ■ 141st Reg't" 
Militia, wounded while on duty at Ravejiswood 59 25 

January 21st, Col. F. R. Sinclair, for cash paid transporta- 
<* _ tion, &c, on arms, i 1 76 70 

January 28th, Capt. N. Alltop's Company of State Troops 

for services from June 20 to Dec. 8th, 1863,r „ 315 24 

January 28th, fl. C. Rayenscraft, R. Q; M. 148th Reg't W.- • 
vVa. Militia, for cash paid transportation on 
arms, &c. ; , .and for services,-- 67 41 

•January 28th, Capt. Jesse Jaco, for cash paid transporta- 
tion, and for services as Captain 'bf 'scouts to 
the 28th of January 1864, 57 02 

January 28th, Col. William Alexander, for cash paid, ex J * 

.'-^•penses while visiting our soldiers in the field,- 228 76 

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January 29th, Capt. H. S. Sayre's Company for services 

from October 25th to Dec. 31st, 1863, $ 669 87 

February 1st, H. W. Bockhold, for transportation, 15 00 

February 2d, Capt. J. C. Wilkinson's Company of State 

Troops, for services from Sept. 9th to Dec. 31st ( 

1863;_ 880 40 

February 4th, Clinton Curnes, for services as a member of 

court of enquiry for the 123d Eeg't Militia,— 10 00 
February 5th, Capt. George L. Kennedy's Company of 
State Troops, for services from Oct. 1st 1863, 

to January 31st, 1864 1716 82 

February 5th, Capt. J. Johnson's Company'of State Troops, 

for services from Aug. 14th to Dec. 19th, 1863 957 45 
February 5th, Capt. William Logsdon's Company of State 
Troops, for services from Aug. 8th 1863,'to Jan. 

31st 1864, 384 45 

February 5th, David King and others, for services as mem- 
bers of a court of enquiry, 72 00 

February 11th, Capt. Hiram Chapman's Company of State 
Troops, for services from Sept. 18th, 1863, to 

January 31st, 1864 577 82 

February 11th, Capt. William Ellison's Company of State 
Troops, for services from Aug. 22d, 1863, to 

January 31st 1864 1201 42 

February 11th, Capt. Alexander Donalson's Company of 
State Troops, for services from Oct. 1st 1863 to 

January 31st 1864 1381 20 

February 11th, Henry D. Chapman, for transportation,-. _ 145 41 
February 12th, S. Harpold & Son, for subsisting 40 men of 

the 141st Eeg't of Militia, three days, 48 00 

March 1st. Smith & Williams, for subsisting 19 men of 

the 141st Eeg't of Militia, one day, 7 60 

March 2d, Capt. H. S. Burne's Company of State Troops, 
for services, from Kov. 1st, 1863 to March 1st • 

1864, 880 45 

March 3d, Capt. E. C. Harper's Company of State Troops 

for services from Oct. 1st to Dec. 31st, 1863,— 1600 99 
March 3d, Capt. Isaac Alt's Company of State Troops, for 

services from Oct. 1st to Nov. 30th, 1863, 999 85 

March 4th, Capt. Isaac M. Sucker's Company of State 
Troops, for services from June 20th to Dec. 31st 

1863f- -- 2426 42 

March 4th, Capt. A. Fairchild, for services on examning 

court, 6 days, 12 00 

March 4th, Capt. N. Alltop's Company of State Troops, for 

services from Dec. 9thfl863 to Feb. 29th, 1864, 976 97 
March 10th, Capt. Jacob L. Kesling's Co of State Troops, 

for serxices from Nov. 9th to Dec. 31st, 1863,. 332 37 
March 12th Capt. William King's Company of State 

Troops, ! -- 212 32 

March 14th, John Adams, for 45 days services in -organiz- 
ing the Militia of Wayne County, 90 00 



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March 23d, Capt. William R. Spalding's Company of State 
Troops, for services from Oct. 1st 1863, to Feb. 
20th, 1864, : „ 1350 96 

March 27th, EL K. List, for cash paid, drayage, &c, 78 68 

March 27th, John F. Hopkins, for cash paid, transporta- 
tion, &c, 45 4Q w 

March 27th, J. P. Hornbrook, for subsisting 52 men, 4 days 83 20 

April 6th, Thomas Hornbrook, for cash paid, rent, dray- 
age, &c, 167 06 

April 8th, Capt. M. M. Peirce's Company of State Troops 
for services from Dec. 15th 1863 to April 8th, 
1864 713 69 

April 7th, Capt. George L. Kennedy's Company of State 
Troops, for services from February 1st, 1864, to 
March 31st, 1864,: 619 86 

April 7th, E. M. Tunstill, for supplies furnished the Mili- 
tia of Lewis County, 47 76 

April 12th, Capt. Alexander Donalson's Company of State 

Troops, for services from Feb. 1st to March 

/ 31, 1864, $669 84, less $100 50, over paid at 

last payment, 569 34 

April 12th, Capt. William Gandee's Company of State 
Troops, for services from Oct. 28th, 1863, to 
March 31st, 1864, i 724 00 

April 12th, Capt. Hiram Chapman's Company of State 
Troops,- for services from Feb. 1st to March 31st 
1863, : 862 00 

April 12th, Capt. William Ellison's Company of State 
Troops, for services from Feb. 1st to March 31st, 
1863; 598 72 

April 12th, H. D. Chapman, for cash paid transportation, 98 00 

April 14th, Jacob Waggy, for beef furnished the Militia.. 73 00 

April 21, Capt. A. L Watterson's Company of State Troops 
for services from June 20th, 1863, to March 

• 31st, 1864 237 79 

April 26th, William McKee, Q. M., 104th Reg't W. Va. 

Militia, for cash paid transportation on arms, &c 34 41 

April 27th, Capt. N. J. Lambert's Company of State 
Troops, for services from January 7th to April 
30th, 1864, ._„. 1771 43 

May 2d, Minter Baily, for subsisting Militia of L* wis Co.,_ 99 00 

May 2d, Capt. H. S. Sayre's Company of State Troops, for 

service from January 1st 'to April 30th, 1864,. 122] 52 

May 3d, Capt. Jas. R. Ramsey's Company of State Troops, 
for services from November 1st, 1863, to April 
30th, 1864, 3004 07 

May 4th, Capt. M. T. Haller's Company of State Troops, 

for services from Jan. 1, to April 30th, 1864,.. 1542 12 

May 5th, Capt. John S. Bond's Company of State Troops, 
for services from December 9th, 1863, to March 
31st, 1864, 958 33 

May 9th, Capt. Wm Bartram's Company of State Troops, 

for services from Jan 23d to April 30th, 1864, 1004 33 



27 

May 9th, Capt. Ira G. Copley's Company of State Troops, 

for services from Feb. 15th to April 30th, 1864, 894 33 
May 9th, Capt. William R. Spaulding's Company of State 
Troops, for services from March 1st to April 

30th, 1864 586 58 

May 9th, Thomas Copley, for cash paid transportation 42 00 

May 10th, B. S. Cook, of Capt. Wm. King's Company for 

services, 43 33 

May 12th, Col. James W. Brown, for cash paid transporta- 
tion,. . 21 65 

May 23d, John K. Booth, for transportation of arms, &c.,_ ■ 24 50, 
May 31st, Capt. Wm. Turner's Company of State Troops, 

for services from Feb. 11th to May 14th, 1864, 1303 27 
May 31, Capt. Sanders Mullen's Company of State Troops, 

for services from Feb. 3d to May 5th, 1864.-. 1535 49 
June 1st, Capt. John Johnson's Company of State Troops, 
for services from Dec. 20th, 1863 to March 31st, 

1864, 1155 55 

June 9th, Capt. Jacob L. Kesling's Company of State 
Troops, for services from Jan. 1st to Feb. 29th, 

1864, ' 463 27 

June 9th, Capt. E. Brook's Company of State Troops, for 

services from Jan 1st to April 30th, 1864, 1510 21 

June 13th, Capt. Benj. L. Stephenson's Company of State 
Troops, for services from November 1st, 1863, 

to May 30th, 1864, 480391 

June 16th, Capt. Wm. Ellison's Company of State Troops, 

for services from April 1st to May 30th, 1864,- 396 00 
June 16th, Capt. Hiram Chapman's Company of State 
Troops, for services from April 1st to May 30th, 

1864 , 383 00 

June 16th, Dr. H. D. Chapman, for medical attendance, __ 18 00 

June 17th, Samuel Bowman, for transportation, 49 00 

June 17th, J. W. Parsons, for transportation, . 23 92 

June 17th, Andrew Pifer, for transportation, 9 14 

June 17th, Nicholas Parsons, for transportation, 43 34, 

June 21st, John C. Sampler, for services as private in Capt. 

King's Company of State Troops, 1 80 33 

Amount,! 1 :_„ '$59,943 19 



SCIHIIEnDTTILiIE! IR. 

List of Quarter-master's Stores and Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, 
received and issued by Thomas Hornbrook, Esq., Military Agent 
for your Excellency, from June 20th, 1863, to September 23d, 
1863, copied from abstracts and vouchers on file in this office. 

SMOOTH BORE MUSKETS. 

Keceived from the State of Virginia, 5 

" Thomas Y. Hervy, 31 

Brought from account of captured guns, ^ * 30 

Over issued, *, 103— " 169 



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Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. George W. Brown, _ 169 

CAPTURED GUNS. 

Eeceived from the State of West Virginia 54 

Accounted for as follows : 

Carried to account of S. B. muskets, 30 

Delivered to Col. George W. Brown, 24— 54 

FLINT LOCK MUSKETS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 33 

Overissued, r 75 — 108 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. George W. Brown,--- 108 

MINNIE MUSKETS. 

Recevied from the State of Virginia, 9 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. George W. Brown, 9 

LIGHT FRENCH RIFLES. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 363 

Over issued, ■ 82 — 445 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Paul Stephens, 150 

to Isaac Ault, 40 

to John Boggs for Capt. Harper, 10 

to Capt. George W. Yeager, 20 

to Capt. George L. Kennedy, 51 

to Col. Charles Harpold, 26 

v " to Capt. George W. Vaught, 26 

to Joh;i Boggs for Capt. Ault, 40 

to Col. George W. Brown, Q. M. Gen.,_ 82— 445 

SMITH'S CARBINES AND EQUIPMENTS. 

Received from the State of Virginia,-—- 240 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Capt. R. C. Arbuckle, 70 

to Capt. Wm. H. Spanley, 80 

to Win. J.Morgan, 50 

" ' to Col. Geo. W. Brown, Q. M. Gen.,__ 40— . 240 

AUSTRIAN EIFLES WITHOUT BAYONETS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 800 

Over issued, 3 803 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. James H. Harris, '400 

to Col. John Rodeheaver, 400 

to Col. Geo. W. Brown, Q.M. Gen.,-- " 3— 803 

AUSTRIAN S. B. MUSKETS. 

Received from F. H. Peirpoint, Governor of Vir- • 

ginia, 2250 

Received from Col. T. Y. Hervey, 204 

Over issued,— 11— 2465 



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Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. Watson Westfall, 400 

" do James W. Brown, 350 

" do Alpheus W.Moore, 350 

do F. R. Sinclair,. „l — 300 

" do Charles Harpold, 150 

" " to Capt. James H. Furbee, 80 

" to Isaac N. Rucker, -' 15 

to Col. J. P. K B. Smith, 400 

do A. F. Ritchie, 195 

do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley, 159 

do Geo. W. Brown, Q. M. Gen.,... 11— 2465 

BELGIAN RIFLE MUSKETS, CAL. 69 IN. 

Received from Allegheny Arsenal, 4700 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. S. W. Snider, 1000 

do Geo. W.Brown, ._ 3700— 4700 

ENFIELD RIFLES. 

Over issued, 4 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. Geo, W. Brown, Q. M. Gen.,— 4 

RIFLE MUSKETS. 

Over issued, 46 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. Geo. W. Brown, 46 

S. B. MUSKETS WITHOUT BAYONETS. 

Over issued, 131 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. Geo. W. Brown, . 131 

• harper's ferry rifles, 
Over issued, . 3 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. Geo. W. Brown, 3 

AUSTRIAN RIFLE MUSKETS. 

Over issued, 17 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. Geo. W. Brown, 17 

NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS SWORDS, BELTS, AND PLATES. 

Eeceived from the State of Virginia, 21 

Over issued,- 6 — 27 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. Geo. W. Brown, 27 

BAYONET SCABBARDS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 1740 

" F. H. Peirpoint, Gov. of Virginia, 2250 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey,—*. 185 

rdo do 27 

" Allegheny Arsenal, : 4700 

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Overissued, 1 284— 9186 

Accounted for as follows: 

Delivered to Col. Watson Westfall, 400 

" do James W. Brown, 350 

do Alpheus W. Moore, 350 

do F. R. Sinclair, 300 

" , to Charles Harpold, 150 

" to Oapt. James H. Furbee, 80 

" to Isaac N. Rucker, — . 15 

to J. P. R. B. Smith, 400 

to Col. A. F. Ritchie, 195 

do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley, 159 

do Geo. W. Brown, Q. M. Gen,— 6732— 9186 

CAP POUCHES AND CONE PICKS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 2013 

" Gov. F. H. Peirpoint, . 2250 

._" Col. T. Y. Hervey, 292 

" do do , 24 

" Allegheny Arsenal, 4700 

Over issued, 410— 9689 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. James H. Harris, 400' 

" do John Rodeheaver, 400 

" to Paul Stephenson 150 

" to Isaac Ault, 40 

. " to Col. Watson Westfall, 400 

" do Alpheus W. Moore, 350 

" do James W. Brown, 350 

do F.R.Sinclair,— - 300'' 

do Charles Harpold, 150 

" to Capt. James H. Furbee, 80 

: ' to Isaac N. Rucker, ' 15 

to Col. J. P. R. B. Smith, ■.. 400 

do A.F.Ritchie, 195 

" do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley 159 

to Capt. R. C. Arbuckle, 70 

do W. H. Shanley, 80 . 

" to Wm. J. Morgan, 50 

" to John Boggs, ' 10 

to Capt. George M. Yeager, 20 

" do John Johnson, _1 51 

" do George L. Kennedy, 26 

do George W. Vaught, 26 

<l to John Boggs for Capt. Ault, _ 40 

to Col. Geo. W. Brown, Q. M. Gen,.. 5872— 9689 

CARTRIDGE BOXES AND PLATES. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 1877 

" Gov. F. H. Peirpoint, 2250 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey,-.. 293 

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Eeceived from Allegheny Arsenal, 4700 

Overissued, - 287— 9432 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. James H. Harris, 400 

do John Rodeheaver, 400 

to Paul Stephens, 150 

to Isaac Ault, 40 

to Col. Watson Westfall, 400 

do James W. Brown, 350 

do A.W.Moore, 350 

do F, R Sinclair, 300 

do Charles Harpold, 150 

" to Cape. James H, Furbee, 80 

" do Isaac N. Rucker, 15 

to Col. J. P. R. B. Smith, 400 

do A.F.Ritchie, 195 

do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley, 159 

" to John Boggs for Capt. Harper, 10 

to Capt. George M. Yeager, ' 20 

" do John Johnson, 5] 

" do George L. Kennedy, 26 

do George W. Yaught, 26 

to John Bogss for Capt. Ault, 40 

to Col. Geo. W. Brown, Q. M. Gen.,- . 5815— 9432 

CAETEIDGE BOX BELTS. 

Received from Governor F. H. Peirpoint, 2250 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey, 293 ' • 

do do ' 24 

" Allegheny Arsenal, 4700 

Over issued, 1309— 8576 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Paul Stephens, ' 150 

to Isaac Ault, — — 40 

to Col. Watson Westfall, 400 

do J.W.Brown, '350 

do A. W. Moore, 350 

do F.R.Sinclair, 300 

" do Charles Harpold, 150 

" to Capt. James H. Furbee, 80 

" to Isaac N. Rucker, ^ 15 

to Col. J. P. R. B. Smith, 400 

do A. F. Ritchie, 195 

' do do : , 55 

do Floyd Neely,__i 159 

" to Capt. George M. Yeager, 20 

do John Johnson, 51 

do George L. Kennedy, 26 

do George W. Vaught, 1- 26 

do Isaac Ault, 40 

to Col. Geo. W. Brown, 5769— 8576 



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CARTKIDGE BOX BELT PLATES. 

Received from, the State of Virginia, 342 

" Governor F. H. Peirpoint, 2250 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey, . 293 

do do 24 

" Allegheny Arsenal, 4700 

Over issued _ 778— 8387 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. Paul Stephens, 150 

to Isaac Ault, >. 40 

to Col. Watson Westfall, t_ 400 

do J.W.Brown, 350 

do A. W. Moore, 350 

do F. R. Sinclair, 300 

do Charles Harpold, 150 

to Capt. James H. Furbee, 80 

do Isaac N. Rucker, 15 

to Col. J. P. R. B. Smith, 400 

do A. F. Ritchie, 195 

do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley 159 

to Capt. George M. Yeager, 20 

do John Johnson, 51 

do George L. Kennedy, 26 

do George W. Vaught,__^ '26 

" do Isaac Ault, 40 

to Col. George W. Brown, 5580— 8387 

GUN SLINGS. 

Received' from the State of Virginia, 2606 

" Governor F. H. Peirpoint, 2250 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey, 289 

;. " " do do 31 

" " Allegheny Arsenal, 4700 

Overissued, . J _- 300— 10,176 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. James JEL Harris, 400 

" do John Rodelieaver, 400 

" to Paul Stephenson, 150 

to Capt, Isaac Ault, 40 

to Coi: Watson Westfall, 400 

" do James W. Brown, 350 

do A. W. Moore, 350 

do F. R. Sinclair, 300 

do Charles Harpold, 150 

to Capt. Jamef, H. Furbee, 80 ' 

" do Isaac N. Rucker, 15 

to Col. J. P. R. B. Smith, 400 

do A. F. Ritchie, 195 

do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley, 159 

" to John Boggs for Capt. Harper, 10 

to Capt. George M. Yeager, 20 



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Delivered to Oapt. John Johnson, 51 

11 do George L. Kennedy, 26 

do George W. Vaught, 26 

do Isaac Ault, .40 

to Col. George W. Brown, 6559— 10,176 

WAIST BELTS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 1284 

" Governor F. H. Peirpoint 2250 

•' Col. T. Y. Hervey, 282 

do do 25 

" Allegheny Arsenal, 4700 

Overissued, . 1235— • 9776 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. James H. Harris,- 400 

" do John Rodeheaver, 400 

to Paul Stephens, 150 

to Oapt. Isaac Ault,-_--_ T 40 

to Ool. Watson Westfall, 400 

" 'do James W. Brown, . 360 

do A. W. Moore, ..-, 350 

do F. R. Sinclair, 300 

do Charles Harpold, 150 

11 to Capt. James H..Furbee,-_ 80 

" do Isaac N. Rucker,__l 15 

to Col. J; P. R. B. Smith,„-j: 400 

do A.F.Ritchie, — - " 195 

do do ll •-•'- 55 

do Floyd Neeley, ■ -159 

to Capt. R. C. Arbuckle, - 70 

do William H. Shanley, 80 

to William J. Morgan, 50 

to John Boggs for Capt. Harper,- J r 10 

to Capt. George M. Yeager, 20 

* do John Johnson, J_l 51 

do Ge6rge L. Kennedy, 26 

do George W. Vaught,-_r 26 

do Isaac Ault,_- _-. 40 

'to Col. George W. Brown, --- 5959— 9776 

WAIST BELT PLATES. 

Received from State of Virginia, 1284 

" Gov. F. H. Peirpoint, 2250 

V Col. T. Y. Hervey,-— .--— 289 

do - 25 

" Allegheny Arsenal, 4700 

Over Issued : . 1316— 9864 

Accounted for as follows ; 

Delivered to Col. James H. Harris, 400 

to Col. John Eodeheaver, 400 

to Paul Stephens, ■ 150 

to Capt. Isaac Ault, 40 

to Col. Watson Westfall, .— - 400 



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Delivered to Col. James W. Brown, 350 

do A. W. Moore, 350 

do F. R. Sinclair, 300 

do Charles Ilarpold 150 

" to Capt. James H. Furbee, 80 

" to Capt. Isaac N. Rucker, 15 

to Col. J. P. R. B. Smith, 400 

do A.F.Ritchie 195- 

do do _— 55 

do Floyd Neeley 159 

to Capt. R. C. Arbuckle, _. 70 

to Capt. Wm. H. Shanley, 80 

to Wm. J. Morgan, 50 

to Capt. E. C. Harper, 10 

do George M. Yeager, 20 

do John Johnson, 51 

do George L. Kennedy, 26 

do George W. Vaught, 26 

do Isaac Ault, 40 

to Col. George W. Brown, 6047— 9864 

BALL POUCHES. 

Over issued, 34 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. George W.Brown, . 34 

SCREW DRIVERS AND CONE "WRENCHES. 

Received from State of Virginia, 2022 

" Gov. F. H. Beirpoint, '..— 2250 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey, 178 

" Allegheny Arsenal, - 2350 

Overissued, - 896— 7696 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. James H. Harris, 250 

" do John Rodeheaver, 250 

to Paul Stephens, 150 

to Capt. Isaac Ault,, 30 

to Col. Watson Westfall, 400 

" do James W. Brown, 350 

do A.W.Moore, <- 350 

do F. R. Sinclair, 300 

do Charles Harpold, 150 

to Capt. James H. Furbee, 80 

do Isaac N. Rucker, 15 

to Col. J. B. R. B. Smith, 400 

do A.F.Ritchie, 195 

do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley, 159 

to Capt. R. C. Arbuckle, 70 

do William H. Shanley, 80 

do William North, 5 

do E.C.Harper, 10 

to Lt. Wm. J. Morgan, 50 

to Capt. George M. Yeager, , 20 



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" do George L. Kennedy, 26 

do George W. Vaught, 26 

" do Isaac Aulb, 40 

to Col. George W.Brown, '4184— 7696 

CONES, OR GUN NIPPLES. 

Received from the State of Virginia 1054 

Gov. F. H. Peirpoins 2250 

Col. T. Y. Hervey, __ 178 

" '• Allegheny Arsenal, 2350 

Over issued, 822— 6654 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. James H. Harris, 250' 

" do John Rodeheaver, 250 

to Paul Stephens, 150 

to Capt. Isaac Ault, 30 

" to Col. Watson Westfall, 400 

do James W. Brown, 350 

do A.W. Moore, 350 

do F.R.Sinclair, 300 

do Charles Harpold,__'_ 150 

to Capt. James H. Furbee, 80 

do Isaac N. Rucker, 15 

to Col. J. P. R. B.Smith, 400 

do A. F. Ritchie, 195 

do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley, 159 

" to Capt, R. C. Arbuckle, 70 

do Wm. ^H. Shanley, 80 

do E. C. Harper, 10 

to Lt. Wm. J. Morgan, 50 

" to Capt, George Yeager, 50 

" do John Johnson, 51 

" do George L. Kennedy, 26 

" do George W. Vaught, 26 

do Isaac Ault, 40 

to Col. George W.Brown, 3147— 6654 

GUN WIPERS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 1648 

" Governor F. H. Peirpoint, 2250 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey, 178 

" Allegheny Arsenal, 2350 

Overissued, 756 — 7182 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. James H. Harris, 250 

do John Rodeheaver, 250 

to Paul Stephens, 150 

" to Capt. Isaac Ault, 30 

to Col. Watson Westfall, 400 

do James W. Brown, 350 

do A. W. Moore, 350 

do F. R. Sinclair, 300 



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Delivered to Charles Harpold, 150 

" to Capt. James H. Furbee, 80 

" do Isaac N. Rucker, 15 

to Col; J. P. R. B. Smith, 400 

do A. F. Ritchie, 195 

do do 55 

do Floyd Neeley 159 

to Capt; William North, ]2 

do E. C.Harper, 10 

do George M. Yeager, , 20 

" do John Johnson, 51 

" do George L. Kennedy, 26 

" do George W. Vaught, 26 

do Isaac Ault, 40 

to Col. George W. Brown, 3863— 7182 

BALL SCREWS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 146 

Governor F. H. Peirpoint,— 225 

Col. T. Y. Hervey 19 

*' " Allegheny Arsenal 100 

Over issued, :.-__" 123— 613 

Accounted for as follows : 

Issued as per abstract, 613 

SPRING VICES: 

Received from the State of Virginia, 181 

" Governor F. H. Peirpoint, 225 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey, 19 

" " Allegheny Arsenal, , 470 

Over issued, 101 — 996 

Accounted for as follows : 

Issued as per abstract, 996 

BULLET MOULDS. 

Received as per abstract, 59 

Over issued,^ 27 — .86 

Accounted for as follows : 
Issued as per abstract, 86 

ELONGATED BULLET GARTIDGES, CAL. 69 IN. 

Received as per abstract, 46,900 

Accounted for as follows: 
Issued as per abstract, 46,900 

ELONGATED BULLET CARTRIDGES, CAL. 58 IN. 

Received as per abstract, 378,920 

Accounted for as follows : 
Issued as per abstract, 368,000 

BUCK AND BALL CARTRIDGES, CAL. 69 IN. 

Received as per abstract, 171,700 

Overissued, 3,050— 174,750 

Accounted for as follows : . 
Issued as per abstract, j * 174,750 



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smith's carbine cartridges. 

Received as per abstract,- 48,000 

Over issued, 65. - 48,065 

Accounted for as follows : 
Issued as per abstract, 48,065 

ELONGATED BULLET CARTRIDGES, CAL. 54 IN. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 2000 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. George W. Brown, : 2000 

COLT'S HOLSTER PISTOL CARTRIDGES, CAL. 44 IN. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 374 

Over issued, 1346— 1720 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. George W. Brown, 1720 

colt's holster pistol CARTRIDGES, CAL. 36 IN. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 2000 

Accounted for as follows: 
Delivered to Col. George W. Brown, 2000 

RIFLE POWDER, (KEGS.) 

Received from the State of Virginia, 15 

Overissued, * 1 — 16 

Accounted for as follows: 
Issued as per abstract, * 16 

MUSKET CAPS. 

Received as per abstract,- 131,350 

Accounted for as follows: 
Issued as per abstract, 102,100 

RIFLE CAPS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 7000 

Over issued,. . 13,000— 20,000 

Accounted for as follows : 
Issued as per abstract, 20,000 

LEAD (POUNDS.) 

Overissued, 255 

Issued as per abstract, 255 

GUN FLINTS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 1 — 200 

Over issued, „ :.„ 95— 295 

Issued as per abstract, 295 

IRON GUNS, 10-PDS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, ._.- 2 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. Geo. W. Brown, Q. M. Gen'l.. , 2 

MESS PANS, 

Received from the State of Virginia, 49 

Over Issued, 6 — 55 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Col. Geo. W. Brown, 55 

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CAMP KETTLES. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 34 

Over issued, 5 — 39 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. George W. Brown, 39 

WOOL BLANKETS. 

Received from the State of Virginia, 253 

Overissued, 1149— 1402 

Accounted for as follows : 

Issued as per abstract, . 1402 

PACKING BOXES. 

Received as per abstract, 1210 

Over issued, 178 

Accounted for as follows : 
Issued as per abstract, 1388 



SCIHIIEIDTTIjIE] s. 
Statement of arms received and issued by Thomas Hornbrook, Esq., 
military agent for His Excellency, F. H. Peirpoint, Governor of 
Virginia, from June, 1861, to June, 30th, 1862. 

S. B. FLINT LOCK MUSKETS. 

Received from Marshall County, 52 

Accounted for as follows : 
O.n hand, - 52 

SMOOTH BOEE MUSKETS. 

Received of Capt. Wm. Hall, 20 

of Gov. F. H. Peirpoint, 2000 - 

of George McC. Porter, 12 

of Capt. R. A. Ratcliff, — 95 

do Smith, , 84 

do J. H. Showalter, 60- 

" " of John Z.Taylor,-- 60 

of other persons, _-__ 90— .2421 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Capt. George W. Aubray, 90 • ,, 

" to James B. Brown, 60 

to Capt. Thomas Boggess 200 

do W. C. Barclay, .60 

do W.B.Curtis, --- '60. 

" do Thomas Damrou, " 50' 

do Wm.H.Flesher, '" 60 

to John Flesher, .- 60 

" , to D. D. T. Farnsworth,. ----- 100 

to Capt. Ralph Garrall, • 60 

to Wm. Hall, .60 

to Capt. T. Jones, 60 

to Dixon R. King, 25, 

to Capt. John McCaskey, '.— 60 • 

" do Hiram J. Morgan, 65 

do George McC. Porter, 1 97 



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Delivered to Oapt.R. A. Rat cliff, 80 

" to Lewis Ruffner, 100 

to Col. Z. D. Ransdale, 300 

" to Capt. J. V. Rowley, 40 

do John B. Roberts 50 

do D. H. Smith, : 80 

do C. C. Smith, 84 

" do Lewis Smith, 80 

do J. H. Showalters, 60 

toCapMJohn Z. Taylor, 60 

* " do P. G. West, 80 

\ to A. J. Sweeney, 2 

On hand, 238— 2421 

MINNIE RIFLES. 

Received of Oapt. John R. Baggs, *1 

of Gov.F.H. Peirpoint, 40 

of Oapt. R. A. Ratcliff, 1_ 42 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Oapt. John R. Baggs, 40 

do R. A. Ratcliff, 1 

On hand, 1 42 

RIFLE MUSKETS. 

Received of Gov. F. H. Peirpoint, 46 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Lt. N. L. Dorsey, 46 ' 

CAPTURED GUNS. 

Received of Capt. 0. J. Harrison, 60 

of Gov. F. II. Peirpont, 75 

" of Lt. Sullivan, _„ _ __ 100 

of Col. N. Wilkinson, 60 

" other persons, ___ 1052 — 1347 

Accounted for as follows ; 

Delivered to Ool. H. Anisansell, * 75 

to Ephriam Bee, 80 

t " to J t B. Bumgardner, 20 

'* . to Capt. Wm. R. Downing, 6 

" do C. J. Harrison,. 60 

do Benj.Hanght, 60 

do D. D. Johnson, 60 

do 0. Kean, 60 

do Wm. H. Mattingly, 60 

do J. A. Moffatt, 57 

do E. Over, _._ 80 

do R. A. Ratcliff, _ 20 

toC. W. Smith, 20 

to Capt. Wm. Turner, 37 

do P. G. West, 20 

On hand, ; 632— ■» 1347 

MINNIE MUSKETS. 

Received from Maj. Oaks, 1st Va. Cavl.,_." 15 

11 Capt. Spangler, 45 



40 

Eeceived from 1st. Va.V. I., 706— 766 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Gen'l A. S. Core, 40 

" to Gapt. Isaac B. Fisher, 95 

do H. B. Lazier,---- 96 

to Col. John W. Moss, -^ *- 300 

to Capt. Henry Nay, 75 

• do J. H. Showalter, 95 

do S. Spangler, 45 

to A. I. Waterson, 12 

On hand, 8— 766 



SCHEDULE T. 

Statement of arms received and issued by Thomas, Hornbrook Esq., 
military agent for His Excellency, F. H. Peirpoint, Governor of. 
• Virginia, from July 1st to the 31st of December, 1862. 

AUSTRIAN MUSKETS. 

Received from N. S. per S. Crispin, 2000 

" Col. M. V. Enoch, _• 60 

" Col. J. B. Klunk, — 883— 2943 

Accounted for as follows: 

Delivered to Capt. D. E. Flack, 50 

" to Francis Harris, 50 

to Col. M. V. Enoch, 60 

to Gen'l Lewis Ruffner, 200 

" to Capt. J. H. Henderson, 48 

to George W. Murry, 60 

" to Greenberv Slack, 120 

to J. N. Moffatt, 57 

to Capt. J. G. Copley, .24. 

" do Thos. Damron, --__ 30 

do Wm. Wm. E. Cahvell, 50 

" to J. R. McCutcheon, 48 

to Capt. J. H. Furbee, 72 

" do Hiram Justus, 72 

Col. John B; Klunk, 912 

to Capt. B. B. Stout, 88 . 

" do Wm. L. Crawford, '59 

to Brig. Gen'l J. S. Wheat, 200 

to John B. Butler, 22 

to Wm. Varley, 50 

On hand, 671— 2943 

FLINT LOCK MUSKETS. 

Received from Col. N.Wilkinson, 33 

Accounted for as follows : 
On hand, 33 

SMOOTH BORE MUSKETS. 

On hand July 1st, 1862,-..-^- ' 238 

Received from Capt. E. Over, 80 . 

do Moore, __ -" 50 

do Humes, : 50 



41 

Received from Brown & Fetty, 400 

11 Col. N. Wilkinson, 280— 1098 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Lt. Col. Northcott, - 29 

to Capt. S. Moore, 50 

do Wm. R. Howe, 53 

to Brig. Gen'l J. S. Wheat 76 

" to Capt. James Humes, 50 

to Col. A. J. Sweeney, 25 

to Capt. John E. Wilson, 6 

to Brig. Gen'l J. S. Wheat, 190 

do do do " 25 

do do do 200 

do do do 200 

to William R. Howe, 20 

*' to David Frazier, 50 

to Capt. William North, 75 

to Brig. Gen'l J. S. Wheat, 85 

to George C. Bowyer, 30— 1164 

Over issued 66, carried to account of captured 
guns. 

CAPTURED GUNS. 

On hand July 1st, 1862, 684 

Received from Capt. J. W. Moffatt, 57^— 741 

Accounted for as follows: 

Delivered to J. Lesage, * 25 

to Brown & Fetty, 521 

to E. Bee, 75 

Bro'tfromS.B. Muskets, 66 

On hand, 54— 741 

MINNIE MUSKETS. 

On hand July 1st, 1862, 9 

Accounted for as follows : 

On hand, . 9 

LIGHT FRENCH KIELES. 

Keceived from Capt. Crispin, 400 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to L. J. S. Witcher, 50 

to J. R. Ramsey, 40 

" to Joseph Wheat, 1 

On hand, 309— 400 



SOHEDTJLE "W- 

Statement of arms received and issued by Thomas Hornbrook, Esqr.; 
military agent for His Excellency, F. H. Peirpoint, Governor of 
Virginia, from January 1st to June 20th, 1863. 

AUSTRIAN KIFLE MUSKETS. 

On hand January 1st, 1863, 671 

Over issued, 1 — 672 

Accounted for as follows : 



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Delivered to William Walker, J„_ 80 

to KM. Cook, __,__. 65 

" to John Bowyer, 35 « 

11 to Col. Klunk for the militia, of Taylor 

County .__ 488 

to Capt. Porter Smith, 4— 672 

SMOOTH BORE MUSKETS. 

Received from Capt. Downing, 1 13 

" Capt. North, ' 7 

" Capt.Benj. Springer, 38 

" Col. T. Y. Hervey, 52— 110 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Col. T. Y. Hervey, 20 

to Col. Wm.T. Royse, 70 

11 to Capt. Ben]. Springer, 15 

to State of West Virginia, 5— 110 

CAPTURED GUNS. 

On hand January 1st, 1863, 54 

Accounted for as follows: 
Delivered to the State of West Virginia, , 54 

FLINT-LOCK MUSKETS. 

On hand January 1st, 1863, , , 33 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to the State of West Virginia, 33 

MINNIE MUSKETS. 

On hand January 1st, 1863, 9 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to the State of West Virginia, r 9 

LIGHT FRENCH RIFLES, CAL. 58 IN. 

On hand January 1st, 1863, 309 

Received from Washington Arsenal, 1200 — 1509 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Capt. William Varley, 80 

do John Baggs, 40 

to A. Dolly, 6 

" to Benj. L. Stephenson, " 50 

to Joseph Morris, 70 

to Col. D. Frost, for Wood Co. Militia, ■ 500 

to Major Nedeman 50 

to Col. F. R. St. Clair, 350 

to the State of West Virginia, 363— 1509 

Lindner's carbines. 

Received from New York Arsenal, 500 

Accounted for as follows : 

Delivered to Capt. Buffington, 57 

to L. W. Tallent, 443 500 

smith's carbines. 

Received from L. Marks^ " 240 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to the State of West Virginia, 240 



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burnside's carbines. 

Received from New York Arsenal, 500 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to Capt. Buffington, 500 

AUSTRIAN RIFLES WITHOUT BAYONETS. 

Received from Washington Arsenal, 800 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to the State of West Virginia, 800 

AUSTRIAN S. B. MUSKETS. 

Received from the United States, 2,250 

Accounted for as follows : 
Delivered to the State of West Virginia, 2,250 




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STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, ] 

Quartermaster General's Office, > 

Wheeling, Jan. 1, 1866. J 

His Excellency A. I. Boreman, 

Governor of West Virginia : 
Governor — The act of the Legislature passed July 23, 1863, 
creating the office of Quartermaster General, gives the entire con- 
trol of all Quartermaster and Commissary stores, and of the 
Ordnance and Ordnance stores of the State to that officer, subject 
only to the order of the Governor. The same act requires the 
Quartermaster General to report to the Governor at least once a 
year. As such, I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the operations of the Quartermaster, Commissary and Ordnance 
Departments for ^he year ending Dec. 31, 1865. 

In the discharge of the different organizations of State troops, a 
large amount of labor devolved upon this Department. Settle- 
ments had to be made with the different officers for Ordnance and 
Ordnance stores, Quartermaster's and Commissary stores, and for 
captured property. By direction of your Excellency, it also 
became my duty to pay many of the organizations. 

The clothing, camp and garrison equipage, Quartermaster's and 
Commissary stores necessary for the use of the State troops prior 
to the 20th of July, (at which time the last company was dis- 
charged,) were drawn from the U. S. Depot Quartermasters and 
Commissaries of Subsistence, under an order from the Secretary of 
War, dated August 26, 1863, a copy of which may be found in my 
last annual report. 

By request of Capt. J. G. Farnsworth, Chief Quartermaster 
Department of West Virginia, I turned over, at different times, to 
Major R. S. Gardner, A. Q. M. at this Post, the following clothing, 
camp and garrison equipage, on hand and received from the 
different officers of State troops when their commands were dis- 
charged the service : 

(45) Forty-five pairs trowsers, infantry, 

(73) Seventy-three pairs drawers, 

(86) Eighty-six wove shirts, 

( 3) Three great coats, infantry, 

(41) Forty-one sack coats, lined, 

(29) Twenty-nine pairs bootees, 

(59) Fifty-nine hats, * 



(576) Five hundred and seventy-six wool blankets, 
(34) Thirty-four camp kettles, 
(56) Fifty-six mess pans, 

(305) Three hundred and five haversacks, 
(9) Nine pairs stockings, 
(9) Nine painted blankets, 
(36) Thirty-six rubber blankets, 
(84) Eighty-four canteens, 

(136) One hundred and thirty-six tent pins. 

This property was originally drawn from the U. S. authorities 
by the officers of the Guards, and the State is entitled to credit for 
the same on the books of the Quartermaster General's office, U. S. A. 

After the 20th of July, when all the troops in the service of the 
Sta^e had been discharged, it was found that a much smaller 
supply of ammunition than I then had on hand would be sufficient 
to meet any emergency that might arise. I, therefore, with the 
consent of the Chief of Ordnance IT. S. A., shipped a large amount 
to the Allegheny Arsenal, at Pittsburg, Pa., retaining only some 
two hundred and fifty thousand (250,000) rounds of different 
calibre. I have also shipped to the arsenal at Pittsburg, a large 
number of unserviceable arms, which had accumulated in the State 
Arsenal since the commencement of the war. This was thought to 
be the best disposition that could be made of the arms, as they 
were originally drawn from the U. S. Government, and had they 
been broken up, the amount realized from their sale would scarcely 
have paid the necessary expenses incurred in selling them. 

I received from the officer in charge of the arsenal, proper 
receipts for all the property turned over by me. I have collected, 
as far as possible, since the close of. the war, the arms, equipments, 
etc., in the hands of militia and State troops. There still remains 
a large amount of ordnance and ordnance stores scattered over the 
State. These I am collecting as rapidly as circumstances will 
permit. 

For a more detailed statement of ordnance and ordnance stores, 
received, issued and remaining on hand in each quarter, I would 
respectfully call your attention to Appendixes A to M, inclusive, 
herewith transmitted. 

A large amount of labor has been performed in the arsenal 
during the year by the convicts in the penitentiary. 

Out of the appropriation of twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500,) 
made by the last Legislature for contingent expenses of this office, 
I have certified to the Auditor for payment, during the year, claims 
for transportion, rent of warerooms and powder house, services, 



printing, stationery, drayage, traveling expenses, &c, amounting to 
twenty-four hundred and thirty-one dollars and seventy-eight cents 
($2,431 78,) leaving the sum of sixty-eight dollars and twenty-two 
cents ($68 22) of this appropriation unexpended. 

Provision was made by the last Legislature for the payment of 
Company C, 3 33d Eegiment of Militia, which was captured by the 
rebels at Centreville, Upshur county, W. Va., on the 12th day of 
September, 1863. 

By direction of your Excellency, I gave notice for the Company 
to meet me at Buckhannon on the 16th day of June, at which time 
I paid the twenty-three (23) surviving members of the Company, 
and a majority of the personal representatives of the forty-five (45) 
who died in Southern prisons, all having since been paid with the 
exception of seventy-eight dollars ($78) due the personal represen- 
tatives of Adam Peck, deceased, which amount remains in my 
hands, no application having been made for the money. The 
amount drawn from the Treasury for this purpose was six thousand 
nine hundred and fifty dollars and eighty-five cents ($6,950 85.) 
Of this amount twenty-nine dollars and eighty-one cents ($29 81) 
was paid by mistake from the appropriation for the payment of 
State Guards.- 

There has been paid to the different organizations of State troops, 
since my last Beport, out of the appropriations for the payment of 
State Scouts and State Guards, the sum of one hundred and thirty- 
five thousand two hundred and forty-one dollars and sixty-six 
.cents (135,241 66.) A statement of the amount paid to each com- 
pany, and the time for which payment was made, may be found in 
the Appendix. 

That application might be made to Congress to reimburse this 
State for the amount paid to the State Scouts and State Guards 
for services from June 30th, 1863, to July 20th, 1865, I have 
caused, by direction of your Excellency, copies of all muster and 
pay rolls to be made. This was necessary from the fact that many 
of the original rolls were very much torn, blotted and worn out, so 
much so that they can scarcely be read. These copies are herewith 
transmitted. 

In Appendix P may be found a complete abstract of all the pay- 
ments, giving the time for which each payment was made, amounting 
to two hundred and thirteen thousand nine hundred and eighty- 
eight dollars and forty-two cents ($213,988 42.) It will be seen 
that some of the amounts here reported differ from the amounts 
drawn from the Treasury for the payments. This is accounted for 
by the fact that many accounts for hauling, medical services, etc., 



were paid at the time the companies were paid, and funds drawn 
from the Treasury to cover these accounts. On other rolls deduc- 
tions were made from the pay of the commanding officer for money 
received for captured property sold by him. 

In order to have copies of the rolls made I found it necessary to 
employ a clerk to perform the work, whom I was compelled to pay 
out of the appropriation for contingent expenses of my office, no 
other funds being under my control. 

I have paid into the Treasury three hundred and forty-three 
dollars and forty cents ($343 40) on account of captured property, 
and there still remains in my hands six hundred and forty-eight 
dollars and thirty cents ($648 30.) Besides this, some of the 
commanding officers of companies were authorized to pay for haul- 
ing supplies out of any funds in their hands arising from the sale 
of captured property, and in some instances stoppages have been 
made upon the pay roll of the company against the officers and men 
on account of property sold. 

I am aware that this report is imperfect in many respects. I 
have not had the health or time to bestow upon it that care and 
attention that it should have received ; the facts and figures, thus 
briefly set forth are, in the main, correct. 

I cannot close this report without returning thanks to the differ- 
ent officers of the Quartermasters' and Commissary Departments of 
the United States Army who have been stationed within the State 
during the last two years, for their uniform courtesy and kindness, 
and my acknowledgments are especially due to those officers 
stationed at the Posts of Wheeling, Parkersburg, Charleston, Clarks- 
burg and New Creek, and to Captains A. V. Barringer and J. G. 
Farnsworth, Chief Quartermasters, Department of West Virginia. 
I have the honor to be. 

Very Respectfully, 

Your Obedient Servant, 

George W. Brown, 
Colonel and Quai*termaster General. 



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APPENDIX C. 
Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, issued and 
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Lgt. French rifled do, " .58 (( 

Austrian rifles 

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Elongated bullet cart. cal. .69 
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Sharpe's " ^ " 
Harper's Ferry rifle " 
Colt's holster pistol " 

Musket caps 

Lead, (pounds) 

Bifle powder, (kegs)- — 
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Gun flints 

Powder canteens 

Packing boxes 



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Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, issued and 
remaining on hand in the 2d Quarter, 1865. 



Iron guns, 10-p*drs,( v ? c S;.) 
Belg'n rifle m'ks, cal .69 in. 
L'gt Fr'h rifled mus, ? 5 ?£ e 

Austrian rifles, 

Eifle muskets, cal .58 in. 

S. B. muskets, cal. .69 in. 

Carbines, 

Cavalry swords 

Non. Com. officers' swords, 

Bayonet scabbards, 

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slings and swivels, 

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belts and plates, 

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Cones, 

Wipers, „ 

Ball screws,-. 

Spring vices, 

Bullet moulds, 

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" .58, 
Buck and ball 
Smith's carbine 
Austrian rifle, 
Skarpe's " 
Harper's Ferry rifle cartgs, 
Colt's holster pistol <( 

Musket caps, 

Lead, pounds, 

Rifle powder, kegs, 



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Gun flints, 

Powder canteens, . 



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301 

57 
837 

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27 

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2,851 

2,897 

2,793 

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91 

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1,427 

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3,315 

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3,023 

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Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, issued and 
remaining on hand in the 3d Quarter, 1865. 



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Belgian rifled muskets, cal. .69 in. 
Lgt. French rifled do. , " .58 " 

Austrian rifles 

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17 

APPENDIX M. 

Table of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received, issued and 
remaining on hand in the 4th Quarter, 1865. 



Iron guns, 10-p'nders, unserv'ble. 
Belgian rifled muskets, cal. .G9in 
Lgt. French rifled do., " .58 " 

Austrian rifles 

Rifle muskets, cal. .58 in 

S. B. muskets 



Austrian muskets, cal. .69 in., s. b. 




Rifled muskets, cal. .69 in 

Carbines 

Revolvers 

Cavalry swords 

Norn. -com. officers' sworda 

Bayonet scabbards 

Cap pouches and cone picks 

Cartridge boxes 

Cartridge box plates 

Cartridge box belts 

Cartridge box belt plates.- 

Gun slings 

Waist belts 

Waist belt plates 

Carbine cartridge boxes 

Carbine slings and swivels. 

Ball pouches 

Cavalry sword-belts and plates.... 
Non-com. off. sw'd-belts and plates 

Screw drivers 

Cones 

Wipers 

Ball screws.. 

Spring vices 

Bullet moulds 

Elongated 



bullet carts. 



cal. 

u 



Buck and ball " 

Smith's carbine u 

Austrian rifle " 

Sharpe's " " 

Harper' s Ferry rifle ( ' 
Colt's holster pistol u 

Musket caps 

Lead, (pounds,) 

Rifle powder, ^kegs,) 

u n " (pounds,). 

Gun flints 

Powder canteens 

Packing boxes 



.69 
.58 
.69 



17 



1 

27 
4216 
3597 
3853 
3538! 
3434 1 
2857 
3817; 
3687: 
3G86-I 
15 
93| 
91 
1, 
27j 
2637; 
14581 
1334^ 
108 
318 
62 
114,858 
83,322 
43,830 
65 
2000 
300 
700 
1720 
42,850 
30 
3 
17 
295 
5j 
417 



91 
139 
161 

59 
113 

34 
130 
131 
130 



19 
5 

26 



1000 



99 



43 .. 
13:.. 



38 



2 
1883 
474 
349 
319 
873 
40 



38 

24 

5 

1 

27 

4307 

3736 

4014 

3597 

3547 

2891 

3947 

3818 

3816 

15 

93 

91 

1 

27 

2656 

1463 

1360 

108 

319 

62 

115,858 

83,322 

43,830 

65 

2000 

300 

700 

1720 

42,850 

30 

3 

17 

295, 

5 
439; 



3 J3 



1480 

53 

301 

1 

109 



24 



o *" w 
tee a 



^ ,a,Os-. 



92 



2 

403 
421 

48 
318 
764 

40 

38 

5 
1 

27 

4307 

3736 

4014 

3597 

3547 

2891 

3947 

3818 

3816 

15 

93 

91 

1 

27 

2656 

1463 

1360 

108 

319 

62 

115,858 

83,322 

43,830 

65 

2000 

300 

700 

1720 

42,850 

30 

3 

17 

295 

5 

347 



4— Q. M. Gen's Rep. 



18 

APPENDIX N. 
The following amounts have been paid out of the appropriations 
for the payment of State Scouts and State Guards : 

Jan'y 28. Captain William King's Company, for services 

from June 20th, 1863, to August 31st, 1863, $1,011 57 

FeVy 6. Captain William T.Wiant's Company, for ser- 
service from August 6th, 1864, to Jan. 31st, 
1865, 2,056 07 

8. Captain M. T. Haller's Company, for service 

from May 1st, 1864, to Sept. 15th, 1864,— 1,790 22 

8. Captain William Turner's Company, for ser- 
vices from Sept. 4th, 1864, to Nov. 4th, 1864, 1,253 49 

8. Captain Sanders Mullin's Company, for ser- 
vices from Aug. 4th, 1864, to Nov. 4th, 1864, 1,595 79 

9. Captain Isaac Brown's Company, for services 
from Sept. 1st, 1864, to Dec. 15th, 1864,— 2,256 22 

14. Captain Nathan J. Lambert's Company, for 

services from Sept, 1, 1863, to Dec. 31,"l865, 2,921 44 

16. Captain Josiah M. Wood's Company, for ser- 
vices from Sept, 1, 1864, to Dec. 31, 1864, 995 30 

17. Captain Samuel Young's Company, for services 
from July 4th, 1864, to Feb'y 4th, 1865,.- 2,511 70 

20. Captain John M. Ball's Company, for services 
from January 1st, 1864, to Dec. 31st, 1864,_ 4,171 07 

21. Captain William Logsdon's Company, for ser- 
vices from June 1st, 1864, to Dec. 31st 1864, 1,123 16 

23. Captain Sampson Snider's Company, for ser- 
vices from February 29th, 1863, to August 
31st, 1864, 1,123 62 

23. Captain William J. Sexton's Company, for ser- 
vices from March 1st, 1864, to June 16th, 
1864, _ 964 61 

24. Captain George L. Kennedy's Company, for 
services from August 15th, 1864, to Decem- 
ber 31st, 1864, 4,264 69 

25. Captain John Johnson's Company, for services 
irom April 1st, 1864, to August 20th, 1864, 1,353 52 

28. Captain Benjamin L. Stephenson's Company, 
for services from June 1st, 1864, to Decem- 
ber 31st, 1864, 3,460 02 

March 1. Lt. Jonathan Riser's ComDany, for services 

from Dec. 1st, 1863, to June 30th, 1864,— 2,715 79 
" 1. Captain John Boggs' Company, for services 

from May 1st, 1864, to October 31st, 1864,. 3,995 29 

" 1. Captain John S. Bond's Company, for services 

from April 1st, 1864, to Nov 30th, 1864, „ 3,071 62 

" 1. Captain John Yokum's Company, for services 

from Aug. 15th, 1864, to Jan. 31st, 1865,- 2,008 68 



19 

March 2. Captain M. T. Haller's Company, for services 

from Sept. 15th, 1864, to Jan. 31st, 1865,- 1,443 29 

" 2. Captain William Turner's Company, for ser- 
vices from November 5th, 1864, to February 
22d, 1865, 2,359 93 

" 2. Captain Sanders Mullin's Company, for ser- 
vices from November 5th, 1864, to February 
20th, 1865, 2,047 20 

" 7. Captain Alexander Danalson's Company, for 
services from April 1st, 1864, to June 20tb, 
1864, 827 24 

4( 7. Captain William Ellison's Company, for ser- 
vices from April 1st, 1864, to June 20th, 
1864, 732 13 

" 7, Captain Hiram Chapman's Company, for ser- 
vices from May 1st, 1864, to January 31st, 
1865, 3,454 75 

" 7. Captain William Gandee's Company, for ser- 
vices from April 1st, 1864; to January 31st, 
1865, 2,451 27 

". 7. Captain James R. Ramsey's Company, for ser- 
vices from May 1, 1864, to Dec. 31, 1864— 5,814 13 

" 9. Captain Sampson Snider's Company, for ser- 
vices from Sept. 1, 1864, to Feb, 28, 1865- 3,264 68 

" 9. Thomas Bartram, private in Captain Benj. R. 
Haley's Company, for pay from June 28, 
1864,* to March 9, 1865, while prisoner of 
war lUo oo 

11 9. Captain J. 0. Wilkinson's Company, for ser- 
vice from Sept. 9 to Nov. 9, 1864 467 28 

" 9. William W. Parsons, assignee for hauling, for 

Captain James H. Lambert's Company 197 22 

" 14. Captain G-. F. Taylor's Company, for services 

from May 1 to July 31, 1864 1,260 00 

" 23. Middleton H. Brown, private in Captain Isaac 
Brown's Company, for pay from Dec. 15, 
1864, to March 22, 1865, while prisoner of 
war 42 03 

" 23. Benj. B. Dorsey, corporal in Captain James R. 
Ramsey's Company, for pay from Jan. 1 to 
March 22, 1865, while prisoner of war 41 00 

" 23. Isaac Nicholas, private in Captain James R. 
Ramsey's Company, for pay from Jan. 1 to 
March 22, 1865, while prisoner of war 35 53 

" 23. Captain N. Alltop's Company, for services 

from June 1, 1864, to Dec. 9, 1864 3,047 42 

u 25. Captain A. W. Mann's Company, for services 

from Dec. 1, 1864, to March 1, 1865 1,403 35 



20 

Mar 29. Captain Benj. R. Hally's Company, for ser- 
vices from Aug. 28 to Sept. 30, 1864 565 50 

" 30. Captain John Boggs' Company, for services 

from Nov. 1, 1864, to Feb. 28, 1865 3,144 98 

" 30. Captain Michael Mallow's Company, for ser- 
vices from June 24, 1864, to Dec. 31, 1864, 4,270 99 
April 5. Captain James Rohrbaugh's Company, for pay 

from Sept. 14, 1864, to Feb. 28, 1865 2,270 32 

" 20. Captain Samuel Young's Company, for pay 

from Feb. 4 to April 4, 1865 805 00 

May 3. Captain John Johnson's Company, for subsis- 
tence 340 20 

" 10. Captain Moore McNeel's Company, for ser- 
vices from Feb. 1 to April 30, 1865 1,087 22 

" 10. Captain William F. Pell's Company, for ser- 
vices from Sept. 2, 1864, to April 2, 1865.- 2,253 10 

" 16. Captain George L. Kennedy's Company, for 

services from Jan. 1 to April 30, 1865. _•— 3,906 90 

" 17. Captain Daniel Glasscock's Company, for ser- 
vices from Nov. 24, 1863, to May 15, 1865, 198 52 

" 17 Captain J. M. Wood's Company, for services 

from Jan. 1, 1865, to Feb. 28, 1865 407 07 

" 19. Captain John Boggs' Company, for services 

from March 1 to April 30, 1865 2,263 88 

" 19. Captain Michael Mallow's Company, for ser- 
vices from Jan. 1 to April 1, 1865 2,166 00 

" 19. Captain William Turner's Company, for ser- 
vices from March 10, 1865, to May 10, 1865, 2,502 02 

" 24. Captain J. M. Wood's Company, for services 

from March 1 to April 30, 1865 472 56 

" 26. Captain A. J. Watterson's Company, for ser- 
vices from March 31, 1864, to May 11, 1865, 658 45 
" 29. Captain Benjamin L. Stephenson's Company, 

for services from Jan. 1 to May 31, 1865 — 3,379 57 
" 31. Captain William F. Pell's Company, for ser- 
vices from April 2d to May 20th, 1865, 483 66 

June 8. Captain William Logsdon's Company, for ser- 
vices from January 1st to May 31st, 1865,_ 929 01 
" 8. Captain John M. Ball's Company, for services 

from January 1st to May 31st, 1865, 1,533 02 

" 12. Captain William T. Wiant's Company, for ser- 
vices from February 1st to May 6th, 1865,. 1,287 87 
July 7. Captain James H. Ferguson's Company, for 

services Irom March 25th to May 31st, 1865, 1,947 15 
" 10. Captain George L. Kennedy's Company, for 

services from May 1st to May 31st, 1865.__ 1,150 93 

" 12. Captain Moore McNeel's Company, for services 

from May 1st to May 30th, 1865 336 61 



21 

July 12. Captain James H. Lambert's Company, for ser- 
vices from January 30th to May 30th, 1865, 1,070 24 

" 12. Captain John Yokum'e Company, for services 

from February 1st to April 15th, 1805, 798 29 

" 12. Captain Sampson Snider's Company, for ser- 
vices from March 13th to April 15th, 1865, 668 58 

11 12. Captain Hiram Chapman's Company, for ser- 
vices from February 1st to May 31st, 1865,- 1,668 64 

11 27. Captain Robert Brook's Company, for services 

April 30th to September 30th, 1864, 1,022 90 

11 27. Captain Benj. F. Ballard's Company, for ser- 
vices from April 20th to June 20th, 1865, _. 1,788 00 
Aug. 4. Captain William Turner's Company, for ser- 
vices from May 10th to July 20th, 1865, _._ 2,879 29 

" 7. Captain A. W. Mann's Company, for services 

from March 1st to June 30th, 1865, 2,806 54 

" 16. Captain John Boggs' Company, for services 

from May 1st to May 31st, 1865, _ 586 40 

" 16. John Mallow, private in Captain Isaac Alto's 

Company, for pay while prisoner of war, 58 93 

11 16. Captain Isaac W. Allen's Company, for ser- 
vices from April 21st to June'lOth, 1865,— 724 20 

" 24. Captain James R. Ramsey's Company, for ser- 
vices from January 1st to June 31st, 1865, 3,882 00 

" 25. Lt. William Pilaris, for pay from January 1st, 
1864, to May 1st, 1864, while prisoner of 
war, 80 00 

" 30. Captain G. F. Taylor's Company, for services 

from July 31st to March 10th, 1865, 2,174 94 

Nov. 3. Captain John S. Bond's Company, for services 
from November 30th, 1864, to March 10th, 
1865, 1,272 40 

11 7. Captain L. D. Garton's Company, for services 

from April 1st to June 20th, 1865, 1,759 13 

$135,241 66 



5— Q. M. Gen's Rep. 



22 



APPENDIX P. 

Abstract of Payments made to West Virginia State Troops, from 
June 20th, 1863, to July 20th, 1865 : 



6 County. 


Commander. 


fc 




1 'Wayne, 


Capt. B. R. Haley, 


2i " 


U it it 


8 ' " 


ti n a 


4I " 


Capt. W. R. Spaulding, 


5, " 


u u u 


6 " 


Capt. William Bartram, 


7 " 


Capt. Ira G. Copley, 


8 Hardy, 


Capt. John S. Bond, 


9| " 


it U ti 


10. " 


a a a 


11! " 


a tt a 


12 " 


tt a tt 


13, " 


Capt. John Yoakum, 


14' " 


a a a 


15> " 


Capt. James Rohrbaugh, 


16 Pendleton, 


Capt. E. C. Harper, 


17, " 


k t tt a 


18i " 


1st Sgt. J G. Ketterman, 


191 " 


Capt. John Boggs, 


20! " 


it a u 


21 " 


u it a 


22; " 


a <& a 


23: " 


a ii a 


24 1 << 


Capt. Isaac Alt, 


25 " 


a a a 


26 1 " 


Lt. Jonathan Kizer, 


27 " 


a a a 


28 " 


Capt. Michael Mallow, 


29 " 


4; a a 


30 " 


a a tt 


31 Jackson, 


Capt. G. L. Kennedy, 


32 " 


tt a a 


33, " 


a a a 


34 " 


a a a 


35 " 


a a a 


36 " 


tt a a 


37 " 


a a a 


38 " 


it a a 


39 " 


Capt. John Johnson, 


40 " 


a a a 


41 " 


a a tt 


42 Roane, 


Capt. A. Donaldson, 


431 " 


a a a 


44 " 


a a a 


45 " 


it tt a 


46, " 


Capt. William Gandee, 


47! il 


a a a 


48 " 


a a a 


49, "■ 


a a 11 


50 'Tucker, 


Capt. N. J. Lambart, 


51 


a a a 


52'' " 


a a a 


53 1 " 


Capt. J. H. Lambart, 


54 1 Clay, 


Capt. B. L. Stephenson, 



Date. 



From. 



Apr. 28, 
June 28, 
Aug. 28, 
Oct. 1, 
Feb. 29, 
Jan. 23, 
Feb. 15, 
Dec. 9, 
Mar. 31, 
June 30, 
Aug. 31, 
Nov. 30, 
Aug. 15, 
Jan. 31, 
Sept. 14, 
June 20, 
Oct. 1, 
Dec. 31, 
Apr. 30, 
July 31, 
Sept. 30, 
Feb. 28, 
Apr. 30, 
July 1, 
Oct. 1, 
Nov. 30, 
May 31, 
June 24, 
Aug. 31, 
Dec. 31, 
Aug. 18, 
Oct. 1, 
Feb. 1, 
Mar. 31, 
May 31, 
Aug. 16, 
Dec. 31, 
Apr. 30, 
Aug. 14, 
Dec. 19, 
Mar. 31, 
Oct. 1, 
Feb. 1, 
;Mar. 31, 
May 31, 
Oct. 28, 
Mar. 31, 
May 31, 
Aug. 31, 
Jan. 7, 
Apr. 30, 
Aug. 31, 
Jan. 30, 
June 20, 



04 



To. 



June 28 



Aug. 28 
Sept. 30 
Feb. 29 
64 ! Apr. 30 
64 1 May 1 
64 1 May 1 
63 Mar. 31 
64JJune 30 



31 

30 
10 
31 

14 

28 

1 



Aug 

Nov 

Mar 

Jan. 
65 -Apr. 
64lFeb. 
63, Oct. 
63 Dec. 31 

63 Apr. 30 

64 July 31 
64 1 Sept 
64 'Feb. 
6olApr. 
Gb I May 
63 Oct. 
63 Nov. 

63 May 

64 June 30 
64 Aug. 31 
64 Dec. 31 
64 Mar. 31 
63 Oct. 1 

63 Feb. 1 
64 1 Mar. 31 

64 j May 31 
64 ( Aug. 14 
64 Dec. 31 
64 Apr. 30 
65, May 31 
63, Dec. 19 
63! Mar. 31 
64 ,Aug. 20 
63 Jan. 31. 
64 1 Mar. 31 

May 31 

June 20, 

Mar. 31 

May 

Aug 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Aug 

Jan. 

May 

Oct. 



'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'65; 
'65 
: 6b 
'65 
;63i 
63! 

;64| 

'64 ! 

'64 

'65 

'65 

'65 

'63 

'63 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'65 

'63 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'641 

'651 

'65 1 

'63' 

'64 

'64; 

'64: 
'64 
'64 
'64 

'64; 

'64 1 
'64, 

'65 
'64 
'64 
'65 
'65, 
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Amount. 



98 



627 90 

740 00 

673 83 

1,350 96 

586 61 

1,004 33 

894 33 

958 33 

1,003 23 

659 84 

1,518'66 

1,272 40 

2,008 68 

739 17 

2,270 32 

1,177 83 

1,600 89 

3,047 92 

1,971 57 

2.116 ^ 

3.144 

2,264 87 

586 40 

860 51 

1,099 85 

2,070 62 

704 10 

1,444 00 

2,826 99 

2,166 00 

381 39 

1,707 81 

619 86 

716 91 

925 53 

4,314 37 

4,186 91 

1,095 18 

957 45 

1,213 55 

1,644 45 

1,329 20 

669 84 

615 35 

211 89 

724 00 

407 97 

711 14 

1,331 95 

1,761 43 

2,715 43 

2,757 85 

1,070 24 

2,522 70 



23 
Appendix P — Continued. 



Xo. 



County. 



Capt. 



Capt. 
Nicholas, Capt. 



a 
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a 
a 



55 Clay, 

50 '' 

57 " 

58 

59 

GO 

61 

G2 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 



Commander. 



Date. 



From. 



To. 



a 
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a 

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a 
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it 



a 
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Capt. 

a 

Capt. 

it 

Capt. 
Capt. 



Greenbrier Capt. 

a a 

Putnam, Capt. 
u Capt. 



Wm. King, 

J. R. Ramsey, 

a a 

a it 

a a 

Isaac Brown, 

a n 

G. W. Vaught, 

a it 

H. S. Burns, 

a a 

W. F. Pell, 

a a 

A. W. Mann. 

a a 

I. M. Rucker, 
John M. Ball, 



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80] 

81. Calhoun. 

82! 

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84 

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87, 

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89 

90 

91 Randolph, 

92! ; < 

93, " # 

94; Doddridge 

95j " 

96! " 

97j " 

98 'Mason, 

99 " 
100 Barbour, 
101 
102, 
103 1 
104! 
105! 
106 

107 Ritchie, 

108 " 

109 " 

110 » 

111 " 



ti 
a 



a 
a 
a 



a 
a 

it 



a 
it 
a 
it 
a 
a 



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a 

Capt. 



Capt. 

a 

a 
a 
a 
a 

Capt. 

a 

a 

Capt. 
a 



Capt. 
a 

Capt. 
Capt. 



a 

Capt. 
u 

Capt. 

a 
a 
a 
a 



B. L. Stephenson, Oct. 81. 
May 31, 
Dec. 31, 
June 20, 
Oct. 3l', 
jDec. 31, 
Apr. 30, 
Jan. 1, 
Mar. 4, 
Aug. 31, 
Aug. 20, 
Nov. 1, 
Feb. 29, 
May 31, 
Sept. 2, 
Apr. 2, 
Dec. 1, 
Mar. 1, 
June 30, 
Dec. 31, 
June 30, 
Dec. 31, 
Feb. 28, 
Apr. 30, 
Jan. 1, 
Apr. 30, 
Aug. 20, 
Feb. 1, 
Mar. 31, 
May 31, 

Hiram Chapman, Sept. 18, 
Feb. 1, 
Mar. 31, 
Apr. 30, 
Aug. 31, 
Jan. 31, 

Sampson Snider, Feb. 29, 
Aug. 31, 
Mar. 13, 
Oct. 25, 
Dec. 31, 
Feb. 29, 
Apr. 30, 

A. I. Watterson, June 20, 
" " Mar. 31, 

George Yeager, 

M. P. Haller, 



R. Brooks, 

;; a 

Wm. Ellison, 

a a 



a 
a 



a 
a 



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a a 

a a 

a a 

a a 



ti a 

a a 

H. S. Sayre 
a a 

a a 

it a 



j ) 



a 
a 

a 



a 
a 



M. McNeel, 

a a 

J. M. Woods. 

a a 



a 
a 
a 



a 
a 
a 



Sept. 1, 
Dec. 31, 
Feb. 29, 
Apr. 30, 
Sept. 15, 
Jan. 31, 
|Apr. 30, 
Apr. 30, 
'Aug. 31, 
|Oct. 31, 
'Dec. 31, 
iFeb. 28, 



'63 'May 31 
64 Dec. 31 
64 May 31 
63 Aug. 31 
63 Dec. 31 

63 Apr. 30 

64 Dec. 31 

65 June 30 
64 Aug. 31 
64 Dec. 15 
63 Nov. 1 

63 Feb. 29 

64 May 31 
64 Aug. 20 

64 Apr. 2 

65 May 20 
64 Mar. 1 
(jb June 30 
63 Dec. 31 

63 June 30 

64 Dec. 31 

64 Feb. 28 

65 Apr. 30 
65 May 31 
64 Apr. 30 
64 Sept. 30 
63'Jan. 31 
64 Mar. 31 
64 May 31 
64' June 20 
63lJan. 31 
64 'Mar. 31 
64 Apr. 30 
64 Aug. 31 

64 Jan. 31 

65 Mav 31 
64'Aug. 31 

64 Feb. 28 

65 Apr. 15 
63 Dec. 31 

63 Feb. 29 

64 j Apr. 30 
64 June 30 

63 Mar. 31 

64 May 11 
63 Dec. 31 

63 Feb. 29 

64 Apr. 30 
64 Sept. 15 

64 Jan. 31 
Qo Apr. 30 

65 May 31 
64 Aug. 31 
64, Oct, 31 
64|Dec 31 
64 Feb. 28 
65,Apr. 30 



'64 
'64 

'65 

'63 

: 63 

'64 

'64' 

'65 

'64 

'04! 

'63! 

'641 

'64 

'64 

'65 ! 

'Go 

'65. 

'65 

'63 

'64 

; 64 

'65 

'65 

'65 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'64 

'64 1 

'64 

'64 

'65 

? 65| 

'64 1 

;65: 

'Go 1 

'63 

'64, 

'64 

'64 

'64| 

'65| 

'63 

'64 

'64 

'641 



J (jb 

'65 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'65 
'Go 



Amount. 



$4,706 24 

3J4C0 02 

3,342 07 

1,238 56 

894 76 

2,094 31 

5,814 13 

3,909 00 

2,086 13 

2,325 72 

660 84 

880 45 

733 86 

763 48 

2,253 10 

483 66 

1,403 35 

2,806 54 

2,593 42 

2,141 17 

2,040 85 

634 94 

822 98 

330 60 

1,523 24 

1,022 90 

1,170 39 

598 72 

731 30 

396 45 

577 82 

862 00 

383 00 

1.656 35 

1J98 40 

1,668 64 

2,266 31 

3,098 36 

668 bS 

669 87 
469 26 
752 26 
720 50 
236 79 
658 45 

1,127 94 

883 80 

835 32 

1,790 22 

1,393 29 

1,085 42 

336 61 

1,180 21 

405 83 

454 97 

407 07 

457 71 



24 



Appendix P. — Continued. 





County. 


Commander. 


Date. 


A m n n n +■ 


No. 


From. 


To. 


JTi. 1 11 1'UllL. 


112 


Wood, 


Capt. William Logsdon, 


Aug. 8, '03 


'Jan. 31, '64 $ 384 45 


113 


a 


U it ti 


Jan. 31, '64 


May 31, '64 


601 72 


114 


a 


a a a 


May 31, '64 


Aug. 16, '64 


445 21 


115 


a 


a it a 


Aug. 16, '64 


Dec. 31, '64 


677 95 


116 


a 


a a a 


Dec. 31, '64 


May 31, '65 


931 51 


117 


Raleigh, 


Capt. William Turner 


Feb. 11, '64 


May 4, '64 


1,303 27 


118 


a 


u a a 


May 4, '64 


Sept. 4, '64 


2,568 11 


119 


a 


a a a 


Sept. 4, '64 Nov. 4, '64 


1,227 49 


120 


a 


a a a 


Nov. 4, '64 Feb. 22, '65 


2,498 53 


121 


a 


a a a 


Mar. 10, 65 May 10, '65 


2,502 02 


122 


a 


a a a 


May 10, J 65'July 20, '65 


2,878 29 


123 


Lewis, 


Capt. J. C. Wilkinson, 


Sept. 9, '63|Dec. 31, J 63 


880 40 


124 


a 


tt a a 


Dec. 31, '63|Apr. 30, '64 
Apr. 30, '64 Sept 10, '64 


1.009 81 


125 


a 


a a a 


1,240 15 


126 


a 


a it a 


Sept.10, '64 Nov. 10, '64 


451 53 


127 


Marion, 


Capt. N. Alltop, 


June 20, '63 Dec. 8, '63 


315 23 


128 


a 


tt a a 


Dec. 9, '63 Feb. 29, '64 


976 97 


129 


a 


tt tt. a 


Feb. 29, '64' May 31, '64 


1,085 22 


130 


a 


a a a 


May 31, '64 Dec 9, '64 


3,047 42 


131 


Wyoming, 


Capt. S. Mullen, 


Feb. 3, '64 May 4, '64 


1,503 43 


132 


a 


tt a a 


May 4, ! 64 Aug. 4, '64 


1,864 43 


133 


tt 


a a tt 


Aug. 4, '64 Nov. 4, '64 


1,598 79 


134 


a 


a a a 


Nov. 4, '64 Feb. 20, '65 


2,157 76 


135 


Upshur, 


Capt. J. S. Kesling, 


Nov. 9, '63 Dec. 31, '63 


322 37 


136 


a 


a it a 


Dec. 31, 'OS^eb. 29, '64 


454 27 


137 


a 


a a a 


Feb. 29, '64lApr. 12, '64 


400 24 


138 


a 


a a a 


Apr. 12, '64|Junel6, '64 


564 37 


139 


Gilmer, 


Capt. W. T. Wiant, 


May 6, '64 


Aug. 6, '64 


1.190 69 


140 


a 


.a a a 


Aug. 6, '64 


Jan. 31, '65 


2,013 78 


141 


a 


a a a 


Jan. 31, '65 


Feb. 28, '65 


389 06 


142 


a 


a a tt 


Feb. 28, '65 


May 6, '65 


1,058 81 


143 


Cabell, 


Capt. J. H. Ferguson, 


Mar. 25, '65 


May 31, '65 


2,033 21 


144 


Poc'hontas 


Capt. Isaac W. Allen, 


Apr. 4, '64 


July 4, '64 


1,077 93 


145 


a 


Capt. Samuel Young, 


July 4, '64 


Feb. 4, '65 


2,511 70 


146 


a 


tt n tt 


Feb. 4, '65 


Apr. 4, '65 


805 00 


147 


a 


Capt. Isaac W. Allen, 


Apr. 21, '65 


June 10, '65 


727 29 


148 


Braxton, 


Capt. Michael Rollyson ; 


Jan. 30, '64 


Apr. 30, '64 


1,582 08 


149 


a 


a n a 


Apr. 30, '64 


July 31, '64 


1,247 00 


150 


a 


Capt. G. F. Taylor, 


July 31, '64 


Mar. 10, '65 


2,310 19 


151 


Mon'galia, 


Capt. Daniel Glasscock, 


Nov. 24, '63 


May 15, '65 


198 52 


152 


Preston, 


Capt. M. M. Pierce, 


Dec. 15, '63 


Apr. 8, '64 


713 69 


153 


Monroe ? 


Capt. L. D. Garten, 


Apr. 1, '65 


June 20, '65 


1,759 13 


154 


a 


Lt. W. P. Snider, 


Apr. 20, '65 


June 20, '65 


1,788 00 


T 


otal, 


213,988 42 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



OF THE 



ADJUTANT GENERAL, 



AND 



QUARTER-MASTER GENERAL, 



OF THE 



STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. 




WHEELING: 

JOHN FREW, PUBLIC PRINTER. 
1867. 



MILITAET DEPARTMENT. 



His Excellency, Arthur I. Boreman, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 



Adjutant General, 
George W. Brown. 



Quarter- Master General, 
George W. Brown. 



Aids to the Governor, 

Colonel Jacob Hornbrook, 
" William Alexander, 
" H. W. Crothers, 

J. P. K B. Smith, 
" Henry K. List, 
Joseph 0. Gist. 



STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, . ] 

Adjutant General's Office, [ 
Wheeling, January 1, 1867. j 
His Excellency, 

Arthur I. Boreman, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief: 
Governor : I have the honor to transmit herewith, as required 
by law, my Annual Report as Adjutant General and Quarter- 
Master General, for the year ending December 31st, 1866. 
I have the honor to be, 

Very Respectfully, 

Your Obedient Servant, 

George W. Brown, 
Adjutant General and Quarter- Master General. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



In this Report, I shall endeavor to make a brief and plain state- 
ment of the operations of this office from the date of my predeces- 
sor's last Annual Report to the present time. 

The arduous duties of this office were discharged in a very able, 
efficient and faithful manner by my predecessor, General Francis 
P. Peirpoint, from the formation of the State to the 10th of last 
September, at which time your Excellency accepted his resignation. 
On the first of November, I was appointed to fill the vacancy 
caused by General Peirpoint's resignation, and at once entered upon 
the discharge of the duties of the office, continuing at the same 
time to discharge the duties of Quarter-Master General. 

At the date of my predecessor's last Report, the Sixth Veteran 
Cavalry Regiment was the only organization from this State remain- 
ing in the service of the United States. At that time, it was doing 
service in the Territories of Colorado and Dakota, guarding the 
Overland mail route. The Regiment was several times engaged 
with the Indians, and was highly complimented for its gallantry. 
Every effort had been made to have this organization mustered out 
of service prior to, and after it was ordered West, but this was not 
accomplished until the 22d of May last, when the Regiment was 
mustered out at Leavenworth, Kansas ; arrived at Wheeling on the 
25th, and received their final pay and discharge on the 29th of the 
same month. The muster-out was completed before the Report of 
the Adjutant General for last year was printed, and in time to 
have the history of the Regiment compiled from the muster-out 
rolls, and added to that Report, making it, together with the Report 
of 1864, a complete history of all the organizations from the State. 

Some of the soldiers from West Virginia have been engaged in 
almost every battle of the war, and all have sustained a high char- 
acter for courage and daring. 

The muster-out of the Sixth Veteran Cavalry Regiment com- 
pleted the muster-out and final discharge of all the soldiers from 
this State who were called into service for the suppression of the 
rebellion. 

The Report of the Provost Marshal General of the United States, 
made to the Secretary of War on the 16th day of March last, 



exhibits the fact that West Virginia furnished to the armies of the 
United States, from April 16th, 1861, to June 30th, 1865, thirty- 
two thousand and three (32,003) men. 

The office of Acting Assistant Provost Marshal General, and 
Chief Mustering and Disbursing Officer for the State, was discon- 
tinued on the 30th day of June, 1866, and Brevet Major George 
McGown, U. S. A., who succeeded Brevet Major E. P. Hudson in 
the discharge of the duties of that position, was ordered with the 
records of his office to Columbus, Ohio. The closing of that office, 
by the United States authorities, increased the business of this 
office to a very considerable extent, as a large amount of labor 
required in furnishing information to the several Departments at 
Washington, previously performed by Major McGown, was now 
transferred to this office, and in consequence my predecessor found 
it necessary to employ an additional clerk. 

The vast number of applications made for information from the 
records of this office, in reference to the muster-in, place of credit, 
time and place of death, and muster-out of soldiers, in order to 
secure their bounties and pensions, goes far to prove the value of 
these records. Many applications for information in reference to the 
history of our soldiers are made by the different Departments at 
Washington, including the Adjutant General's Office, Surgeon Gen- 
eral's Office, and Pension Office, showing at once the incomplete- 
ness of the records on file at Washington, and the greater necessity 
for the better preservation of the records connected with the mus- 
ter-in, muster-out, and history of the Volunteers from this State, on 
file in this office. It is true, these records are not as complete as 
could be desired, Mustering Officers having, in many instances, failed 
to furnish this office with copies of the muster rolls, as required by 
the War Department. 

The importance of these records to the soldiers cannot be esti- 
mated, and, undoubtedly, there should be on file in this office the 
muster-in and muster-out rolls of every soldier who has served in 
a West Virginia organization. I am trying to accomplish this 
important object, as far as possible, by securing copies of the miss- 
ing rolls. 

For the better preservation of the records, I have caused well- 
bound books to be prepared, in which I am now engaged in record- 
ing the name of each soldier, his rank and age, when and where 
enlisted, period of enlistment, when and where mustered into ser- 
vice ; if re-enlisted, when and where, when re-mustered, period of 
re-enlistment, where credited, and any other information that can 
be obtained from the records of the office. To make a complete 



history, or as complete as can be made, will necessarily require a 
very considerable amount of labor and research, especially when we 
take into consideration that there were over thirty-two thousand 
(32,000) men in the service from this State. When this record is 
completed, it will very much facilitate the business of this office, as 
it will present, in a convenient and compendious form, all the infor- 
mation in possession of the office relating to each soldier; and, at 
the same time, it will in a great measure obviate the necessity of 
referring to and handling the original rolls, many of which are 
becoming defaced and worn out from continued use. 

The Legislature, at its last session, by a joint resolution adopted 
February 1st, provided, " That the Governor procure, or cause to 
" be procured, suitable medals, as tokens of respeot to the officers 
" and soldiers of West Virginia who have served during the rebel- 
" lion in the service of the United States, containing upon one side 
" the name of the recipient, with his regiment, battalion or battery, 
" surrounded by a wreath; upon the reverse side, some appropriate 
" design and inscription ; the medal to be suspended by a piece of 
" tri-colored silk ribbon ; its artistic features to be equal to the 
" Crimean medal, and its cost not to exceed one dollar each. The 
" medals and inscriptions to be of four kinds : 

" 1. For the officers and soldiers of the Volunteer Army who 
" have or may be honorably discharged from the service. 

" 2. For the officers and soldiers who have been killed in battle. 

" 3. For the officers and soldiers who have died from wounds 
" received in battle. 

" 4. For the officers and soldiers who have died from disease 
" contracted in the service. 

" The medals for the officers and soldiers who have been killed 
" in battle, or who have died of wounds or disease in the service, to 
" be delivered to the families of said officers and soldiers/' 

Some twenty-sis thousand medals will be required to comply 
with the provisions of this joint resolution. 

My predecessor, in making up the list of those who were entitled 
to medals, found it would be impossible to separate the third and 
fourth classes, as many soldiers who died in hospitals are simply 
designated on the muster-out rolls as "died," while it is fair to pre- 
sume that many of them died of wounds. 

It- will be seen that injustice would have been done to some, if 
the provisions of the joint resolution, so far as it relates to the 
third and fourth classes, had been adhered to. The friends of some 
of those who died of wounds would have received medals of the 

2— Adj't. Gen.'s Rep. 



10 

fourth class, or medals intended for the friends of the soldiers who 
died of disease. Upon consultation with your Excellency, it was 
thought best to consolidate the third and fourth classes, reducing 
the number of classes to three, and, at the same time, doing justice 
to the memory of all. 

General Peirpoint, at the date of his resignation, was negotiating 
with parties in New York City, to furnish the number of medals 
required. In September last, by direction of your Excellency, I 
proceeded to New York with instructions to close a contract with 
these parties, if it could be done on favorable terms. General Peir- 
point was in New York at that time, and went with me to see the 
parties with whom he had been corresponding, but they declined 
to furnish the medals for less than one dollar and fifteen cents 
each, which so much exceeded the amount specified by the joint- 
resolution of the Legislature, that I felt unauthorized to award 
them the contract, but immediately made arrangements with two 
other parties to furnish designs and make bids for the work. The 
contract was finally awarded to A. Demorest, Esq., No. 182 Broad- 
way, who is to furnish the whole number required for the sum of 
one dollar each. 

The bars are to be the same for each class, with the exception 
that those for the first class are to contain the words "Honorably 
Discharged;" those for the second class, the words "Killed in Bat- 
tle," and those for the third class, the words "For Liberty." 

Upon an examination of the medals presented by the British 
Government to her soldiers for service in the Crimean war, referied 
to in the joint resolution of the Legislature, it was found that the 
name of the soldier, with his regiment, battalion or battery, was 
stamped on the edge of the medal, and instructions were given to 
have the medals for the soldiers of this State prepared in the same 
manner. This, and the combination of the third and fourth classes, 
are the only material changes that have been made from the 
designs specified in the joint resolution of the Legislature. 

If no unusual delay occurs in the preparation of the dies, it is 
expected that the contractor will be able in a short time to furnish 
samples of the several classes of medals. The entire number will 
probably be ready for distribution by March or April next ; and I 
would suggest the propriety of some action looking to their distri- 
bution, through the mails, free of postage. Congress, by a joint 
resolution, conferred upon the Adjutant General of Ohio the frank- 
ing privilege, for the purpose of 'distributing the medals presented 
by the State of Ohio to*her veterans. Could not similar action by 
Congress be obtained on behalf of West Virginia ? 



11 

The office of Quarter-Master General was created by an Act of 
the Legislature, during the late war, to relieve, to some extent, 
your Excellency and the Adjutant General from some of the extra- 
ordinary duties required in raising and sending troops to the field, 
and in arming, equipping, subsisting and paying the State Guards 
and the Militia, when called into service to guard against threat- 
ened raids or invasions by the enemy. The necessity for which it 
was created having, in a great measure, passed away with the over- 
throw of the rebellion, I conceived it to be my duty to suggest the 
proprietj r of abolishing the office, or, at least transferring its duties 
permanently to the Adjutant General. 

The Act of Congress, approved March 2d, 1803, provides, that 
"there shall be to the Militia of each State one Quarter-Master 
General." The best course to pursue, if consistent with law, w 7 ould 
probably be to require the Adjutant General to perform the duties 
of Quarter-Master General, in connection with his duties as Adju- 
tant General, at the same time keeping the two offices, separate and 
distinct, making him, for this purpose, Acting Quarter-Master 
General, and placing at his disposal, 'a sufficient sum to enable him 
to employ an additional clerk, if he should find it necessary. 

The Report of my predecessor, for last year, has been printed, 
and is now ready for distribution. I would respectfully call atten- 
tion to that portion of it which refers to the Militia. He evi- 
dently has given this subject a great deal of careful consideration, 
and his recommendations, if adopted and carried out by appro- 
priate legislation, would, I think, give us -an efficient Militia. 

If we change our present system of Militia organization, which 
is fundamentally defective, the present would probably be the best 
time to do so, as we could have the aid and experience acquired by 
our veterans in the late war to assist U3 in the re-organization. 

If, however, it is thought best to make no radical changes in the 
present militia law, I think provision should be! made, giving your 
Excellency power to appoint and commission an Adjutant for each 
county in which the militia has not been organized, whose duty it 
should be to divide the county into Company Districts, observing 
as far as possible in such division, township boundaries, and tijat he 
have power to enroll and organize each company ; to superintend 
the election of officers therefor, and certify the result of the same 
to .the Governor. That he also have authority, under the direction 
of the Governor, to letter the companies and form them into regi- 
ments ; to superintend an election for regimental officers, and certify 
the result of the same; that he be required to furnish the Adjutant 
General with an alphabetical list of the names of all persons so 



12 

enrolled by him in each Company District, and a statement of the 
boundaries of each Company District, together with such other 
information as he may deem necessary, or the Adjutant General 
may require. 

The present militia laws are so scattered through the Code and 
the Acts of the several sessions of the Legislature, that it is almost 
impossible for the officers of the militia to be provided with them. 
They should be collated and printed in pamphlet form, with forms 
for reports, certificates, orders, &c. 

I shall not attempt to make a statement of the present strength 
of the militia force of .the State, as in its present condition it 
would be impossible for me to do so. 

No efforts have been made during the year to organize the militia, 
my predecessor supposing that material changes would be made in 
the militia system of the State at the approaching session of the 
Legislature, and the last Legislature having made no provision to 
pay the expenses that would necessarily be incurred in its organi- 
zation. 

The expenses of the'office during the year, for stationery, print- 
ing, postage, &c, were ($318 11) three hundred and eighteen dollars 
and eleven cents, which amount was paid out of the appropriation 
for contingent expenses. This amount includes ($66 66) sixty-six 
dollars and sixty-six cents, which was paid for an additional clerk, 
whom it was found necessary to employ. 

Before closing this report, I desire to express my thanks to Brevet 
Major George McGown, U. S. A,, for official copies of important 
papers relating to the history of the volunteers from this State, 
and for other courtesies extended. 

I would also call your Excellency's attention to the capable and 
faithful manner in which Mr. James E. Hanes, Chief Clerk in this 
office, has discharged his duties. I beg to suggest that the salary 
heretofore allowed him is altogether unequal to the labor and 
capacity required of the first clerk in this office ; and also, that the 
clerical force allowed this office is inadequate to the labor that 
ought to be performed, and must be, if the work of completing the 
records of the office is to be finished within a reasonable period. 
I have the honor to be, 

Very Eespectfully, 

Your Obedient Servant, 

George W. Brown, 

Adjutant General 



REPORT 



OF THE 



QUARTER-MASTER GENERAL. 



EPOET. 

♦ <> ■+ 

I 

I have the honor to submit the following report as required by 
law, of the operations of the Quarter-Master, Commissary of 
Subsistence, Ordnance and Pay Departments, for the year ending 
December 31st, 1866. 

No Quarter-Master or Commissary Stores have been received or 
issued. 

A large amount of the Ordnance and Ordnance Stores in the 
hands of the militia, at the date of my last Annual Report, has 
been collected as exhibited by Appendix "A," attached to this 
report. Appendix "B" exhibits the property on hand the 31st day 
of December, 1865, the property received during the year, and the 
amount on hand at this time to be accounted for. 

Many of the arms were of an inferior quality when issued, and 
for the want of suitable and safe places in which to store them 
while in the hands of the militia, they became unserviceable, and 
many of them entirely worthless. 

I would suggest to your Excellency the propriety of breaking up 
and selling a considerable portion of the unserviceable arms and 
other State property, now in the State Arsenal. 

As exhibited in my last Annual Report, I had in my possession 
on the 31st of December, 1865, the sum of ($648 30) six hundred 
and forty-eight dollars and thirty cents, arising from the sales of 
captured property. Since that time I have, by direction of your 
Excellency, disbursed the following amounts, there being no appro- 
priation or fund out of which the same could be paid; and the 
justice of the claims having been fully established : 

Feb'y 28. Paid Captain William Ellison, for transporta- 
tion while Captain of State Scouts $205 40 

28. Paid Col. Henry D. Chapman, for transportation 

for State Guards 134 05 

March 29. Paid Dr. J . C. Kimball, for medical services 

rendered State troops ___ 36 00 

Sept. 11. Paid J. R. McOutchen, Administrator of John 

B.Campbell, deceased, for services 79 68 

11. Paid Dr. S. M. Hayworth, for medical services 

rendered State troops ^ 50 00 

Dec. 10. Paid Dr. Alex. Church, for medical services 

rendered State troops------ 106 75 

Making a total of— _.„ „_ $611 88 



16 

And leaving in my hands a balance of ($36 42) thirty-six dollars 
and forty-two cents, to be accounted for. 

By direction of your Excellency, I have been charged with the 
payment of the Militia, for services rendered during the late war. 
I experienced considerable difficulty in collecting together the 
members of the different organizations for payment, and in travel- 
ing in the border counties last spring, in their then unsettled and 
disorganized condition, I found it necessary, in some instances, to 
employ a guard for the safety of the public funds in my possession, 
and, considering the many difficulties encountered, I think the pay- 
ment has been as complete, under the circumstances, as could be 
expected. 

Appendix "0" exhibits the amount drawn from the Treasury for 
the payment of the first class of claims, as audited and allowed by 
the Board of Claims in their Report of last year, with the exception 
that some few errors in the calculations, amounting to ($317 88) 
three hundred and seventeen dollars and eighty-eight cents, were 
discovered and corrected, which increased the total amount of the 
claims to ($143,063 00) one hundred and forty-three thousand and 
sixty-three dollars. 

This statement also exhibits by whom the money was drawn from 
the Treasury, and the county in which it was disbursed : 

The rolls, as audited by the Board of Claims,. amount- • 

edto - $142,745 12 

Add errors in calculations 317 88 

Total amount of rolls - $143,063 00 

Amount drawn from the Treasury, as exhibited by 

Appendix "C," herewith transmitted 1 - $142,830 30 

Amount remaining in Treasury $232 70 

I would also respectfully call your Excellency's attention to 
Appendix "D," as exhibiting the amount paid upon each roll, the 
amount remaining unpaid, and the total amount of each roll : 

Amount paid, as exhibited by Appendix "D" $139,636 83 

Amount remaining unpaid 3,426 17 

Total amount of rolls . $143,063 00 

Amount drawn from the Treasury $142,830 30 

Amount paid, as exhibited by Appendix "D" 139,636 83 

In my hands to be accounted for $3,193 47 



This balance includes only the amounts on the rolls that have 
not been receipted for". Some of the rolls were receipted before 
the payment was made, but owing to the absence of some of the 
parties at the time of payment, the sum of ($160 33) one hundred 
and sixty dollars and thirty-three cents is receipted for on the 
rolls and not paid. This added to the ($3,193 47) three thousand 
one hundred and ninety-three dollars and 1 forty-seven cents not 
receipted for, makes the total amount of ($3,353 80) three thousand 
three hundred and fifty-three dollars and eighty cents in my hands 
to be accounted for. This sum is, however, being continually 
reduced by application of parties not previously paid ; although it 
is quite probable that the entire amount will never be called 
for. 

The contingent expenses of this office have been larger than I 
anticipated, owing to the fact that the expenses incurred in paying 
the militia, amounting to some four hundred dollars, were paid 
from this fund. The amount paid out of the appropriation for con- 
tingent expenses of this office, for services, printing, stationery, 
transportation, drayage, collecting arms, rent of arsenal, postage, 
expenses of paying militia, &c, amount to the 1 sum of ($2,125 84) 
two thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars and eighty-four 
cents, which exceeds the amount appropriated, one hundred and 
twenty-five dollars and eighty-four cents. 

I sub-leased for six months, a portion of the ware-house occupied 
as an arsenal, and received therefor the sum of seventy-five dollars, 
which amount I deducted from the last quarter's rent. 

During the war, the duties of this Department were very labori- 
ous, and since its close a large amount of labor has been required 
to settle up the business, collect the property of the State, and pay 
the several military organizations. 

In future, however, I think the duties will-be comparatively light, 
and I would, in this connexion, renew the suggestion made in my 
report as Adjutant General, whether it will not be advantageous to 
the State to abolish the office of Quarter-Master General, and trans- 
fer its functions to the Adjutant General. 

Since the 23d of September, 1863, I have had the honor to occu- 
py the position of Quarter-Master General. Presuming that before 
the period for another report will have arrived, this office will be 
extinguished, I trust I may be allowed the present opportunity of 
expressing to your Excellency my sincere acknowledgments for 



3— Q. M. Gen's Kep. 



18 

the kind advice and assistance, and uniform and generous consider- 
ation and courtesy which I have received at your hands during that 
entire period, both in nay private and official relations. 
I have the honor to be, 

Very Respectfully, 

Your Obedient Servant, 
George W. Brown, 

Quarter- Master General. 



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Table of Ordnance 



APPENDIX B. 

and Ordnance Stores 



received, issued and 



remaining on hand, in the year ending December 31, 1866. 



.69 in 
.58" 



On hand as 
per report 
for last yr. 



Iron guns, unserviceable. 
Belgian rifle muskets, cal. 
Lt. French rifled do. " 

Austrian rifles 

Rifle muskets, cal. 58 in 

S. B. muskets 

Austrian muskets, cal. 69 in. s.b 

S. B. flint-lock muskets 

Rifled muskets, cal. 69 in 

Revolvers 

Cavalry swords | 

Non-com. officers' swords j 

Bayonet scabbards 

Cap pouches and cone picks — 

Cartridge boxes 

Cartridge box plates 

Cartridge box belts 

Cartridge box belt plates 

Gun slinks 

Waist belts 

Waist belt plates.. 

Carbine cartridge boxes 

Carbine slings and swivels 

Ball pouches 

Cavalry sword belts and plates 
Non-c. off. " 

Screw drivers 

Cones 3 

Wipers 

Ball screws 

Spring vices ._„ 

Bullet moulds 

Sword bayonets 

Elongated bullet cart. cal. .69 

" .58 
Buck and ball 
Smith's carbine 
Austrian rifle 
Sharpe's " 
Harper's Ferry rifle cartridges 
Colt's holster pistol " 

Musket caps. _ - 

Lead, (pounds) 

Rifle powder, (kegs) - 

" " (pounds) 

Gun flints 

Powder canteens 

Packing boxes — . , 



Receiver! 

as per 

Abstract 



Total to be 
Accounted 
for. 



.69 



2 

403 

421 

48 

318| 

764| 

40| 

38; 
5 1 

1 

27 
4,307 
3,736 
4,014 
3,597 
3,547 
2,891 
3,947 
3,818| 
3,816! 

15! 

93] 

9l| 
11 

271 

2,656] 

1,463] 

1,360 

108 

319 

62 

115,858 

83,322 

53,830 

65 

2,000 

300 

700 

1,720 

42,850 

30 

3 

17 

295 

5 

347 



1 
641: 
150 
655 



1,044, 
571, 
703 1 



On hand, 
D<>c. 31, 
1S66. 



3 

1,044 

571 

703 



9 


327 


327 


358 


1,112 


1,112 


827 


867 


867 


'66 


66 


66 




38 


38 




5 


! 5 




1 


1 




27 


27 


1,809 


6,116 


6,116 


2,211 


5,947 


5,947 


2,521 


6,535 


6,535 


2,194 


5,791 


5,791 


1,558 


5,105 


5,105 


1,352 


4,243 


4,243 


1,742 


5,689 


5,689 


2,002 


5,820 


5,820 


1,924 


5,740 


5.740 


28 


43 


43 




93 


93 




91 


91 




1 


1 




27 


27 


345 


3,001 


3,001 


352 


1,815 


1,815 


459 


1,819 


1,819 


32 


140 


140 


10 


329 


329 




62 


62 


39 


39 


39 


3,000 


130,158 


130,158 




83,322 


83,322 


500 


44,330 


44,330 




65 


65 




2,000 


2,000 




300 


300 




700 


700 


4,200 


5,920 


5,920 




42,850 


42,850 




30 


30 




3 


3 




17 


17 




295 


295 




5 


5 


150 


497 


497 



21 

APPENDIX 0. 
Amounts drawn from the Treasury for the payment of the " First 
Class" of claims, audited and allowed by the Board of Claims in 
the vear 1865. 



Date. 



March 



April 



17. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
31. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
26. 



By whom Drawn. 



Col. George W. Brown. 
Hon. Robert Hager 



May 


V. 


a 


16. 


u 


21. 


a 


24. 


June 


4. 


a 


22. 


a 


26. 


t( 


27. 


July 


3. 


u 


10. 


(< 


10. 


(C 


10. 


(I 


31. 


August 


27. 


Sept. 


28. 



j'Col. George W. Brown 



Gen'l J. E. Boyer 

Col. George W. Brown. 



In what County 
Disbursed. 



Wayne — 

Logan 

Kanawha- 
Ohio 



Total Amount. 



Boone 

Putnam 

Kanawha--. 
Tyler__..-. 
Monongalia- 
Harrison — 

Marion 

Tyler 

Preston 

Brooke . 

Mason 

Lewis 

Wetzel 

Gilmer 

Clay 

Jackson 

Taylor 

Pleasants 

Marshall 



Amounts. 



85,038 69 

1,936 00 

5,849 43 

4,264 42 

168 25 

10,306 32 

1,809 19 

4,888 14 

85 06 

2,555 27 

1,585 02 

4,834 84 

3,280 83 

3,233 08 

1,585 93 

668 08 

1,844 12 

1,095 67 

369 71 

2,957 37 

3,550 44 

180 45 

247 60 

506 39 



142,830 30 



22 

APPENDIX D. 

Statement of Payments made on Vouchers of Class No. 1, as audited 
hy the Board of Claims in their Report of 1865; the amount 
remaining unpaid on each Voucher, and the total amount of the 
Vouchers. 



> 


County in which Paid. 


Amount Paid. 


Am't Remain- 
ing Unpaid. 

"U47 _ 56 
433 50 


Total Amount of 
Vouchers. 


1 


Way n e - - -__ - - 


$ 21,875 70 

12,424 50 

16,859 25 

13,449 50 

7,891 00 

10,994 74 

333 25 

190 23 

107 90 

45 77 

434 08 

123 94 

97 03 

127 13 
54 82 

574 74 
176 25 
579 51 
5,825 77 
535 3S 
618 16 
198 61 
189 35 
158 50 
455 61 
363 47 

266 37 
659 40 
410 22 
700 89 

128 37 
1,778 12 

237 60 

634 72 

166 16 

2,698 47 

368 51 

1,936 00 

1,660 94 

267 80 
147 11 
284 75 


$ 21,875 00 

13,572 00 

17,272 75 

13,449 50 

7,916 50 


2 


a 


3 


<( 


4 


u 
a 


5 


25 50 


6 


tc 


10,994 74 
333 25 


7 


Kanawha- ______ 





8 


a 


190 23 


9 


a 




107 90 


10 


x _ — -_ 

(< 

(t 




45 77 


11 




434 08 


12 




123 94 


13 


u 




97 03 


14 
15 


<( 
u 


— 


127 13 
54 82 


IB 





574 74 


17 


(< 


176 25 


18 


u 




579 51 


19 


u 


29 29 


5,855 06 
435 38 


20 


<< 
a 


21 





618 16 


22 


(C 


198 61 


23 


u 


189 35 


24 


Jackson „ _ 




158 50 


25 


<( 





455 61 


26 


it 


363 47 


27 


a 




266 37 


28 


a 


118 30 


777 70 


29 


a 


410 22' 


30 
31 






700 89 
128 37 


32 


Lewis. __ „ 


26 00 


1,804 12 
237 60 


33 


Pleasants 

Mason__ 


34 


33 36 


668 08 


35 


Taylor . „ 


166 16 


36 


Clay _„ 


131 64 
1 30 

"!5~8~"l5 

7 00 

.63 79 

27 30 


1,830 11 


37 


Gilmer __ »_ 


369 81 


38 


Losan . _. 


1,936 00 

1,809 09 

274 80 


39 
40 


o — — 

Putnam 

Harrison ._ _ 


41 


u 


210 90 


42 


(( 


312 05 



23 



APPENDIX V.— Continued. 

Statement of Payments made on Vouchers of Class No. 1, as audited 
by the Board of Claims in their Report of 1865 ; the amount 
remaining unpaid on each Voucher, and the total amount of the 
Vouchers. 



° a 



43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 



County in which Paid. 



Harrison. 



Marion. 



ti 
tt 



Marshall. 

a 
it 

Wetzel— 



Brooke- 



Ohio. 

tt 



Tyler. 



Wetzel- 



Amouut Paid. 



Marion. 



129 80 
111 40 
235 06 
192 83 
585 61 

87 38 
969 37 

69 19 
822 20 
665 81 
170 90 
102 76 
179 96 

69 76 
115 17 
160 76 
204 31 
223 43 
265 94 

71 42 
177 59 
287 94 
1,519 25 
587 42 
526 50 
1,795 50 
214 20 
228 30 

451 91 
270 15 
287 23 

452 16 

453 37 
338 15 

31 84 
57 60 
26 38 
15 54 
62 10 
66 25 
298 53 
409 00 



Am't Remain ■ 
ing Unpaid, 



4 40 

4 40 

21 64 

40 67 



4 30 



Total Amount of 
Vouchers. 



10 93 



36 36 

10 38 

6 06 



113 72 
45 90 
41 57 
26 66 
40 27 
89 41 



62 71 
61 73 



22 50 

43 

73 06 

76 16 



70 
50 



134 20 
115 80 
256 
233 
585 61 

91 68 
969 37 

80 12 
822 20 
675 81 
207 26 
113 14 
186 02 

69 76 
115 17 
160 76 
318 03 

269 33 
307 51 

98 08 
217 86 
377 35 

1,519 25 
587 42 
526 50 

1,795 50 
214 20 
228 30 

451 91 

270 15 
287 23 

452 16 

453 37 
338 15 

94 55 

119 33 

26 38 

15 54 

84 60 

66 68 

371 59 

485 16 



24 

APPENDIX J).— Continued. 
Statement of Payments made on Vouchers of Class No. 1, as audited 
by the Board of Claims in their Eeport of 1865 ; the amount 
remaining unpaid on each Voucher, and the total amount of the 
Vouchers. 






85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

00 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

108 

109 

110 

111 

112 

113 



County in which raid. 



Amount Paid. 



Marion 1$ 

Preston j 



Boone.-. 
Marion-. 
Jackson. 
Tyler— 



Kanawha. 
Preston--. 



Clay 

Monongalia- 



Tyler-... 



271 
367 
227 
165 
227 
2 28 
10,306 
374 
315 
260 
335 
239 
266 
78 
416 
435 
555 
244 
212 
531 
1,106 
457 
345 
369 
314 
327 
268 
281 
85 



69 
88 
11 
69 
66 
31 
82 
59 
80 
98 
07 
82 
40 
73 
78 
17 
43 
03 
88 
02 
25 
29 
59 
71 
78 
23' 
44 
03! 
06 



Ain't Remain- 
ing Unpaid. 



H 



Totals |$139,636 83 



Total Amount of 
Vouchers. 



121 15:$ 

19 33J 



39 33 



62 92 




16 87: 

35 04! 

25 lOi 

3 03! 



392 84 
387 21 
227 11 
165 69 

227 66 

228 31 
10,306 82 

374 59 
314 80 
300 31 
335 07 
239 82 
266 40 
78 73 
416 78 
498 09 
555 43 
244 03 
212 88 
531 02 

1,106 25 
526 09 

. 384 30 
369 71 
331 65 
362 27 
293 54 
284 06 
85 06 



$3,426 17 $143,063 00