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ANNUAL REPORT ?^^' 



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^ADJUTANT GENERAL^^ 



STATE OF MAINE, "" * 




FOR THE TEAR ENDING 



DECEMBER 31, 1861. 



Published agreeably to a Resolve approved March 10, 1853- 



AUGUSTA: 
8TEVBN8 k SAYWARD, PRINTERS TO THE STATE. 

1862. 



STATE OF MAINE. 



Abjt7t^kt Oskebai.'b Office, ) 
Augusta, December 8 1st, 1861. ) 

To His Excellency f Israel WASHBxmif, Jh., 

Oovemar and Commander-in' Chief : 

Sib: — Herewith I have the honor to submit my report as Adjutant, 
Acting Quarter-Master and Paymaster General, for the year ending 
December dlst, 1861. 

I am, sir, very respectfully. 

Your obedient servant, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, 

Adjutant Oeneral. 



. r. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



The bombardment of Fort Sumter at Charleston^ on the twelfth 
of April last, by those who should have been its defenders, foimd 
Maine as little prepared to furnish troops for maintaining the integrity 
of the Union, as it is possible to conceive. With an enrolled but 
unarmed militia of some sixty thousand men, no more than twelve 
hundred, and these merely paper organizations, were in a condition 
to respond to calls for ordinary duty within the State, in emergencies 
contemplated by the constitution, while their uniforms, equipments and 
camp equipage were of a character totally unfitted for service in the 
field. 

With a full knowledge of this state of things, and apprehending 
the embarrassments under which the general government would labor, 
in having three month's troops only in its service, our Legislature, 
at an extra session called to consider and provide for the exigencies 
of the hour, determined upon furnishing the government, at the 
earliest possible moment, with ten regiments, fully armed and equipped, 
to serve under a two year's enlistment. In order to facilitate re- 
cruiting and to requite, in some measure, the sacrifices of the soldier, 
a bounty of two months* pay was appropriated to each non-commis- 
sioned officer, musician and private, residents of this State, who should 
thus enlist and be mustered into the service of the United States. 

Prior to this action of the Legislature, the President, anticipating 
the wants of the government, by a requisition made on the fifteenth of 
April, called for one regiment of infantry from this State. This call 
demanded such prompt action on the part of our few military organiza- 
tions, as should hasten the earliest possible response, and also enable us 
to comply with other similar requirements, which, as was anticipated, 
the national emergencies would demand at an early day. Hence the 
issue of General Order No. 6 (see Appendix A) to the several Mijor 
Generals, on the twenty-second of April. 



6 ADJUTANT GMEBAL'S BEPOBT. 

Simultaneously with tlie promulgation of this order, enlistment rolls 
were issued from this office, prepared expressly to facilitate the en- 
rolment and org&nization of companies, with a view to meet such 
action of the Legislature as was anticipated must be taken in regard 
to the tenure and term of sendee of troops furnished the general gov- 
ernment. Soch was the unexpected and unexampled rapidity of the 
action of officers and citizens in performing this service, that it was 
apparent that General Orders Nos. 7 and 8, (Appendix A,) of the 
twenty-fourth of April, could with propriety be issued and promul- 
gated. This was done prematurely, from misapprehension of the date 
of the passage of the Act authorizing the raising of ten regiments, 
yet it was done legally and properly, inasmuch as the bill therein 
mentioned was enacted and approved the day following, thus ratify- 
ing and confirming the premises upon which these orders were based. 
General order No. 9, (Appendix A,) with the three preceding orders, 
provided for most of the details required lor the organization of four 
regiments of infantry, of which one each was from the First and Second 
Divisions, and two from the Third. Subsequent General Orders in- 
creased the number of regiments from four to six, taking two from each 
Division. 

The first section of the Act passed at the extra session of the 
Legislature, and approved April twenty-fifth, entitled " An Act to au- 
thorize the raising of ten regiments, to aid the President of the United 
States in enforcing the laws and maintaining the government thereof, 
and to protect the same against its enemies, and in defence of the 
State,*' authorized and empowered the Governor to accept the services 
of ten regiments, and caused them to be enlisted for two years unless 
sooner discharged. The First and Second Begiments were thus enlisted ; 
the former was mustered into the service of the United States for three 
months and the latter for three years. The Third, Fourth, Fifth and 
Sixth Kegiments were also thus enlisted, but subsequent orders from the 
War department, requiring all State volunteers to be mustered into 
government service for three years, rendered an amendment necessary to 
our mode of enlistment. This consisted in * signing a contract to serve 
for an additional year. General Order No. 29 (Appendix A) of the 
twenty-fourth of May, under direction of the Governor and Council, 
required the discharge and payment of all enlisted men who de- 
clined to enlist for an additional year's service, except those of the 
First and Second Regiments. Several hundred efficient men were 



ADJUTARt aUrEBAL'd BSPOBT. 7 

thus for the time lost to the service, as was also the amount paid 
them, their subsistence, and the expense of enlisting them. 

Within three weeks after the adjournment of the e^tra session 
of the Legislatnre which provided for raising troops for the public 
service, the patriotic response of oar citizens to the supposed re- 
quirements of the government, in the prompt organization of com- 
panies, was so far in excess of the preparations which were possible 
to be made in the quarter-master and commissary departments bj 
the authorities at Washington, that the oommander-in-chief and 
the executive council deemed it necessary, in the exercise of a 
wise economy, not only on the part of the state and general gov- 
ernment, but also in relieving our public-spirited citizens, thus 
volunteering their services, of the unavoidable sacrifices attendant 
upon keeping up military corps for which no promise or hope of 
immediate active service could be obtained, that all the organized 
companies in excess of those designated and necessary for six reg- 
iments, shoold be dismissed ; or at their election, be placed upon 
such footing as to drill and compensation, as would measurably re- 
lieve them, and yet secure their services when called for. To this 
end an order was passed in council on the seventeenth of May, and 
promulgated, and General Orders Nob. 27 and 28, (Appendix A) 
were issued, carrying this into effect. Under these orders the 
following companies were duly mustered at their respective places 
of rendezvous, and paid for service from the date of their several 
organizations up to, and including, the day of payment : — 

Captain West's at East Machias, • ^ 

Captain Sawyer's at Dixmont, 

Captain Roberts' at Dexter, 

Captain Boynton's at Newport, 

Captain Carlisle's at Bangor, 

Captain Cass' at Bangor,* 

Captain Lawrence's at Gardiner, 

Captain Norris' at Monmouth, 

Captain Duly's at Phipsburg, 

Captain Jones' at Waldoboro', 

Captain Crowell's at Winterport, 

Captain Robinson's at Unity, 

Captain Jones' at China, 

Captain Chase's at Fairfield, 



3 ADJUTANT 0£NBRAL*8 BBPOKT< 

Captaia McDonald's at Buckfield, 
Captaiu Houghton's at Woodstock, 
Captain McArthur's at Limington, 
Captaiu Andrews' at Biddeford. 

Of these companies. Captains Duly^s, Jones' of Waldobo^o^ 
Robinson's and Andrews', made their election to devote, not ex- 
ceeding two^ays, or an equivalent, each week, to drill and instruC'^ 
tion until otherwise ordered, and to be paid pro rcUa therefor, 
without quarters or rations. The other companies elected to take 
leave of absence, without pay or rations, until called for by the 
commander-in-chief. Twelve of these commanding officers with a 
large portion of their companies as then existing, have since gone 
into actAal service in regiments subsequently accepted by the gov- 
ernment, and this has also been the case with Captain Hutchins' 
company, of New Portland, which was organized May twenty-fifth, 
paid to June thirteenth, and put upon leave of absence. 

On the thirtieth of April, the commander-in-chief, in view of the 
defenceless condition of the navy-yard at Kittery, and the large 
amount of national property there, designated Captain M. F. Went- 
worth's company of artillery at that place, to garrison Fort Mc* 
Clary, situated in immediate proximity to the yard, and afford it 
the desired protection. This company was relieved on the ninth 
of July by Captain Ira Andrews' company of Home Guards from 
Biddeford, which still occupies the fort. 

It was also deemed necessary that the city of Portland and its 
commerce should be afforded some protection from the depreda- 
tions of privateers, and Captain James Staples' company of Home 
Guards was placed in occupation of Fort Scammel, commanding 
the entrance to the harbor, and is still on duty at that post. 

The general government has ratified these acts of the comman- 
der-in-chief, by causing Captain Andrews' company to be mustered 
into the United States service on the twenty-eighth of October, 
and that of Captain Staples on the following day, their mustering 
dating back to the time of their occupation of the forts aforesaid, 
and it has also caused a Lieutenant's command of forty men under 
Lieutenant George W. Sabine, to be enlisted for the occupation of 
Fort Sullivan at Eastport, which has been duly mustered into the 
service of the United States. 

The Major Generals of the respective Divisions, with their sev- 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 9 

eral Staffs, having been constantly in the service of the State from 
the twenty-second of April to the twenty-eighth of May, engaged 
in raising, organizing and preparing for organization, the regiments 
within their limits, were paid and discharged at the latter date, 
at their respective headquarters. This step was deemed indispen- 
sable in consequence of the want of any intimations from the gen- 
eral government, that more than the six regiments would be re- 
quired, and men for these had already been enlisted and companies 
organized. A reference to General Order No. 30, (Appendix A) 
will best exhibit the estimation in which the arduous and distin- 
guished services of those officers is held by the commander-in- 
chief. 

The first six regiments sent forward for the service of the gov- 
ernment were raised and organized within Divisional limits, among 
which, they were equally apportioned. The remaining four author- 
ized by the act of April twenty-fifth, have been raised "irrespective 
of Military Divisions. 

The raising and organizing of the four regiments next following 
these, extended over a period of some two months. These organ- 
izations could, with the twenty discharged companies and as many 
more that were in process of enlistment at that time, have been 
completed and sent into the field by the first of July. Uncertainty 
seems for a time to have existed at Washington in relation to the 
character and amount of force required for the emergency. It was 
supposed that States nearer the scene of conflict could, at a less 
expense, be relied upon for such additional troops as should be re- 
quired, and with greater certainty than States more remote. The 
subsistence and quarters, as well as arms for several hundred thou- 
sand men a^ Washington and vicinity, could not at once be pro- 
cured. The Governor was induced to discontinue enlistments,, 
from frequent letters and telegrams from the departments at Wash- 
ington, intimating doubts as to the acceptance by the government 
of additional troops from Maine. 

It was impossible, during this period of uncertainty, to afford any 
assurance to those raising companies, that they would be accepted. 
The enormous expense attendant upon every step in the progress 
of this war induced the repfession of all unauthorized or doubtful 
disbursements which might devolve expense upon the States. 

After Brigadier General Sherman had concerted measures with 
the War Department in regard to his great Naval Expedition, it 



10 ADJUTANT QBNBRAL*8 REPORT. 

was rendered certain that additional regiments would be required 
from this State, and energy and vigor wero iniused into the work 
and the organizations completed. Before the regiments assigned to 
his command were prepared for active duty, the wants and arrange- 
ments of the War Department for still more troops were communi- 
cated, and from that time the work progressed without interruption 
until the reception of recent orders relieving the State authorities 
from all further participation in this service from and after the first 
day of January next. 

Of the ten regiments which have been raised, nine yet remain in 
the field. The First was mustered out of the United States service 
at Portland on the fifth of August, and put upon leave of absence 
without pay or rations, until further order^ from the commander* 
in-chief. The respective companies of this regiment were ordered 
into camp at Portland by Special Order No. 67, (Appendix A,) and 
the* regimental organization ceased to exist on the twenty-eighth of 
September, by virtue of General Order No. 60, of that date, 
(Appendix A.) 

The Tenth Regiment, in the early stages of its organization, was 
intended to comprise, so far as was practicable, the companies of 
the First. This design was but partially realized, since six hundred 
and ninety-seven men out of the eight hundred and eighty-one in 
the Tenth Regiment, were paid bounty as newly enlisted troops. 
A portion of the remainder of the regiment enlisted in the Seventh, 
Eighth and Ninth Regiments, and some were discharged upon the 
surgeon's certificate of disability. The remaining portion of the 
members of the regiment are still owing service to make up two 
years from the date of their enlistment in April last. 

The completion of the organization of the ten regiments author- 
ized by the Legislature, with the payment of bounty, wages and 
the requisite expense's of the outfit and equipment necessary for 
their efiicient service in the field, exhausted the appropriation made 
for this purpose. More troops were however indispensable to the 
plans of the government in suppressing the rebellion, and our sister 
States, some of whom were already in advance of us in the quota 
of troops furnished, were rapidly progressing with still other mili- 
tary organizations. The general government proposed to furnish 
the requisite means for raising additional troops, and gave the State 
authority to organize five more regiments of infantry, (with power 
to increase the number to eight,) a regiment of cavalry and six bat- 
teries of light artillery. 



iBjrUTAlTT GENERAL'S BBPOHT. H 

General Orders No. 4? of September eleventh; and No. 48 of 
September foorteenth, (Appendix A,) were issued and promulgated, 
onder which a regiment of cavalry and five regiments of iniantiy 
have been raised and organized ; and in virtue of Order No. 106, of 
October twenty-third, six batteries of light artilleiy have also been 
enlisted. 

It having been desired by General Scott and the Secretary of 
War that each of the free States should contribute a company of 
Kifle Sharp Shooters for the service of the country, the commander- 
iuH^hief directed the issue and promulgation of General Order No. 
46, of September eleventh, (Appendix A.) Under this order, a 
company was organized and sent forward with the Eleventh Regi- 
ment, Col. Caldwell ; and it is believed that this corps, in skill and 
intellectual and physical condition, has no superior in the service. 

The raising of State troops for service under the general govern- 
ment, involved the necessity of observing so far as was practicable, 
all the requirements and detafls which years of experience in organ- 
izing armies have shown to be necessary for the greatest efficiency 
consistent with true economy, and the preservation of the rights 
of both contracting parties, the soldier and the government. This 
fundamental work required the services and personal expenses of 
" recruiting officers '' and their assistants, in making enlistments ; 
of physicians in examining candidates and attending upon sick 
recruits ; of magistrates in administering the oath of allegiance, of 
rents, iuel, lights, stationery, printing, telegraphing, clerk hire, 
travelling expenses, subsistence, clothing so far as was indispens- 
able, nursing and attendance upon the sick, and i2) some instances 
where previous authority had been given, compensation to drill 
masters and musicians, and doubtless other equally necessary items 
of expense. Large as the aggregate of these disbursements may 
appear, (and quite an amount yet remains unliquidated, not how- 
ever, through any fault of this Department,) it is trifling compared 
with the ordinary expenses of recruiting for the regular army. 
Fifty dollars per man, and sometimes more, will hardly cover the 
expense of enlisting for the United States army. It must be admit- 
ted however that while our organizations comprise incomparably 
more intellectual and moral worth, and an infinitely better and 
more efficient class of men than the regular service secures, they 
have, in the preliminary stages of their formation, a larger propor- 
tion of unsound and old men, as well as youths under the age of 



22 ADJUTANT GBNBBAL'S.BBPORm 

eighteen, than experienced ofiScers recruiting for the army, would 
accept. If any members of these exceptionable classes passed the 
mustering officer and got into service', the error, originating in an 
excess qf patriotism, should be regarded with leniency. Although 
tables (Appendix G) exhibit the various items of the expendi- 
tures arising from the Ten Regiment Bill, yet inasmuch as enHsting 
and recruiting are exclusively within the province of the Adjutant 
General, it is fitting that I should exhibit the amount of such ex- 
penses proper as have been settled and paid : 

For services of enlisting officers, their assistants and 
board, horse hire, travelling expenses, rents, tele- 
graphing, printing, music, drilling, medical examin- 
ationb and oath to recruits, $5,860 18 

The unavoidable haste with which the troops raised in this State 
for the service of the government, have been despa^tched to the 
seat of war, has involved the necessity of enlisting men and organ- 
izing companies to complete the regiments up to the very hour of 
departure. When it is considered that there are none of the 
enlistment, descriptive, company, muster, bounty and pay rolis, 
indispensable to the protection of the soldier and the security of 
government, which are not required to be in duplicate and some in 
quadruplicate, and all to be signed and completed between the 
moment of enlisting and that of departure, and in addition to all 
this, in order to secure a correct settlement in the future, that each 
soldier must be clothed and equipped with almost equal formality, 
it is a matter of congratulation that the rolls and records required 
for the troops and this Department, as well as for the Adjutant 
General's office at Washington, are as full and complete as they 
are found to be. 

I should be wanting in justice to the memory of my late clerk, 
Samuel H. King of Monmouth, were I here to omit honorable 
mention of his untiring labors in rendering these rolls and records 
perfect. The effects of the arduous and incessant duties attending 
the hurried departure of the Eleventh Regiment, Colonel Caldwell, 
upon his already overtasked energies, culminated in a profuse 
hemorrhage of the lungs, which terminated his existence, in this 
city, on the eleventh instant, at the age of twenty-three years. 
Mr. King was graduated at Bowdoin College in the class of 1859. 
He united a high order of intellect with the meekest of christian 



JlDJUTANT GINERAL'S RDOBZ. 18 

graces, and in the last hours of his life triamphantly illastrated 
the value of an unwavering &ith in the principles and teachings of 
the Bedeemer. 

The losses sustained by our regiments at the battle of Bull Run, 
of company rolls and books, and officers' commissions, has devolv- 
ed upon this office the labor of duplicating them from the records 
here; and if the regiments should no longer continue in service, 
the toil involved in the performance of this duty is richly repaid 
by the lesson inculcated (one invariably difficult to impress in the 
early stages of company and regimental organization) that of real- 
izing the almost inestimable importance of having all the rolls and 
records of these organizations, carefully, elaborately and fully 
made at the proper time, and afterwards most jealously and sa- 
credly guarded and preserved from injury or loss. Upon this may 
depend all the rights and interests of men in service. 

Concurrent with the passage of the act of April twenty^fth, 
was an act amendatory of the militia law of 1856. This, in effect, 
provided for the performance of additional duty by our volunteer 
militia, and a compensation therefor ; but the absorption of almost 
the entire personnel and materiel, except artillery, of the organiza- 
tions then existing, in the immediate preparation of regiments for 
service in the field, in response to the demands of the general gov- 
ernment, has necessarily suspended almost entirely the operation 
of the act thus amended. No new companies have been organ- 
ized under the provisions of this act, though numerous applications 
have been made. The following reasons, each in itself sufficient, 
will explain why this course has been taken : — 

1. It was indispensable that the supply of volunteers for actual 
service, should be kept up equal to the demand, and no action be 
had to retard it. 

2. The effect of recent military organizations for service within 
the State, has tended to discourage enlistments for the national 

^ service, 

8. All the State arms, equipments and camp equipage have nec- 
essarily been in constant use by the regiments at their respective 
encampments, in completing their organization and perfecting their 
drill and discipline. 

4. The claims of the various localities for these home organiza- 
tions, were pertinaciously urged, and any principle that would 



14 ADJITTANT GENERAL'S REPOBT. 

admit one, woald, 6f coarse, admit all. This would devolve such 
an amount of labor and attention to details upon the commander- 
in-chief, the executive council and the military officers of the State, 
in the organization of these proposed companies as would have 
materially interfered with the duties they owed the general govern- 
ment in responding to the requisition of the President for troops. 

5. The number of the State volunteer force under the act amen- 
datory to 'that of 1856 is limited ; a large proportion of its best 
officers are in the service of the general government, and if organ- 
izations up to the permitted maximum were now allowed, these 
officers upon their return would be excluded. 

6. A reorganization and filling up of our militia should not be 
undertaken, notwithstanding the act aforesaid, in the absence of 
those citizens who are now in service, and who, upon the suppres- 
sion of this rebellion (which may be looked for at an early day) 
would bring to the aid of that work, an amount of practical knowl- 
edge, without which all our efforts in that direction would be but 
partially successful. 

The companies from which returns have been received are shown 
in Appendix H. The military ardor of our citizens, developed by 
existing emergencies, has been demonstrated in every possible 
manner that could aid in accomplishing a speedy restoration of 
law and order throughout our distracted country. Informal vol- 
untary associations for military duty have been numerous in vari- 
ous parts of the State, and during the last fifteen years, there has 
not been seen such an array of citizen soldiery parading for disci- 
pline and review, as was witnessed in the months of September and 
October of the present year ; and this not only without compulsion, 
but after repeated refusals to their applications for organization. 

The names of officers found upon the records of this department 
among those who have in years past aided in sustaining the volun- 
teer militia at their own expense, who are either now in service or 
have given their lives to the country during the present conflict, 
are not few, comparatively, nor will their deeds and bearing as 
officers or gentlemen, bring discredit upon the State. While this 
view will not in the least detract from the great credit due the 
many efficient officers who entered the service without the advan- 
tages of previous acquaintance with the routine of military duty, 
no injustice will be done them by observing that it would have 



ADJUTANT QHKERAL'S BBPORT. Xg 

been impossible for any community to have famished the govern 
ment with a regiment of infantry, completely organized and equip, 
ped, in a few days from the passage of an act by the Legislature 
authorizing it to be raised, unless capable and efficient officers had 
been entrusted with the execution of the requisite detaQs. 

Colonel N. J. Jackson of the First Regiment, now in command of 
the Fifth, with a well-earned reputation as a disciplinarian, second 
to that of no one in the service, was one of the most capable officers 
in our volunteer militia, and he was fortunate in having the co- 
operation of many subordinates who had long held commissions in 
the same organization. Lieutenant Colonel Witham of Portland 
commanded, with great credit to himself, a company included by 
the new organization in this regiment. Captain Beal, the present 
colonel of the Tenth Regiment, was one of the most active and 
efficient of those, who at the call of the President, at once united 
with his command in making up the First Regiment for immediate 
service. The company officers of the original organization of the 
old State volunteer militia of General Virgin's Division, are fore- 
most among those to whom the State and the nation are deeply 
indebted for a zeal and promptness in organizing the regiment, 
which has hardly been surpassed in the history of the rebellion. 

Colonel Jameson with Lieutenant Colonel Roberts and Major 
Vamey, and Colonel Berry with the lamented Marshall — names 
that have become widely familiar — ^brought to the discharge of 
their duties, in the organization of their respective regiments, 
a large experience acquired from their service in the volunteer 
militia. Colonel Jameson, now a brigadier general in the service, 
commenced his military duty more than ten years ago, as division 
inspector upon the staff of Major General Cushman of the then 
Third Division of militia, and was colonel of the only regiment of 
infantry in the First Division at the breaking out of the rebellion. 
He had but a short time previously tendered his resignation, but 
immediately withdrew it upon the first intimation of his being re- 
quired for active service. Colonel Roberts, the Lieutenant Colonel 
of the same militia regiment, also served with honor upon General 
Cushman's Staff as aide-de-camp. Colonel Yarney, who Wtus chosen 
major of the Second Regiment at its organization, was one of the 
most accomplished soldiers and disciplinarians in the A company, 
formerly the Bangor Light Infantry, which was organized in 1853. 
The present Captain Wiggin and Lieutenant Deane are among the 



16 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

original members of this company, and served as non-commissionecf 
oflScers for several years, with a high reputation as prompt, faith- 
ul and energetic soldiers and disciplinarians. Captain Bartlett 
came to Bangor from Massachusetts with a high reputation ac- 
quired while an oflScer in the volunteer militia of that Stato. This 
reputation he fully sustained up to the time of his resignation in 
August last, from continued ill health. Captains Devereux, 
Sampson and Carroll and the lamented Captain Jones of company 
C, formerly the Brewer Artillery, were military contemporaries of 
Colonel Jameson. Captain Sargent was also a member of Captain 
Jones' company of artillery and was always regarded as one of 
his most active subalterns. Captain Emerson served in the Aroos- 
took war. Adjutant Reynolds was the accomplished first sergeant 
of the Bangor Light Infantry, and subsequently was adjutant in 
the Bangor regiment, and brigade inspector in that division. 

A natural desire on the part of the citizens of the State gener- 
ally, and especially of those having relatives and friends in the 
service, has induced the preparation of the following summary 
of the history of our regiments, which may serve to gratify curi- 
osity, as well as constitute a permanent record of their position and 
services. 

FIEST REGIMENT. 

N. J. Jackson, Colonel, 

Albion WrraAM, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Georgb G. Bailey, Major. 

Eight of the ten companies comprising the First Regiment raised 
under the act of the twenty-fifth of April, were enlisted and organ- 
ized from those existing, at the commencement of hostilities, in 
the Third Division, Major General Virgin. Some of these compa- 
nies have a record and a fame of which the State has reason to be 
proud. Of these, the Portland Light Infantry, Mechanic Blues, 
and Portland Rifle Corps, have survived all the changes, and I 
may with propriety say, the utter neglect if not destruction of the 
militia system. The Lewiston and Norway Light Infantry compa- 
nies, the Auburn Artillery, Portland Rifle Guard and the Portland 
Light Guard, though of more recent organization, enjoyed a de- 
servedly high reputation for correct military deportment, and per- 
fection of drill and discipline. Of the remaining companies, one 



ADJTJT4lffr Q8NBRAL'9 BIPORT. yj 

ftom Its organization is familiarly known as the Second Oompany 
of Portland KiHe Guards, and the other as the Lewiston Zonaves. 
The following gentlemen were in command of the eight old com- 
panies thus re-organizing at a moment's warning, up to the time 
of the regimental organization : — 

Company A, Portland Light Infantry, Captain Albion Witham. 
" B, Mechanic Blues, " George G. Bailey. 

" C, Portland Light Guard, " M. R. Fessenden. 

D, Portland Rifle Corps, " Cha's H. Meserve. 

E, Portland Rifle Guard, " William M. Shaw. 
" P, Lewiston Light Infantry, " N. J. Jackson. 

" G, Norway Light Infantry, " George L. Beal. 
" H, Auburn Artillery, " Charles S. Emerson. 

The new companies to make up the quota for the regiment were 
the second company of Portland Rifle Guards, Captain William M. 
Quimby (which became company I) and the Lewiston Zouaves, 
Captain S. B. Osgood, (which became company K.) 

At the regimental organization on the twenty-eighth of April, 
Captains Jackson, Witham and Bailey, were respectively elected 
colonel, lieutenant colonel and major, and the vacancies occasioned 
thereby, were filled by their lieutenants, Stevens, Tukey and 
Walker, who were duly elected and commissioned as captains of 
these companies. At the present time. Colonel Jackson is in com- 
mand of the Fifth Regiment; Captain Beal is colonel of the 
Tenth, an I Captain Shaw major of the Eleventh. Captain Quim- 
by holds a captain's commission in the regular army ; Captain 
Walker is major of the Tenth, and Lieutenant Rust of Cctptain 
BeaFs company G, is lieutenant colonel of the Thirteenth, and 
Lieutenant Blake of the same company is captain of company 6 
of the Tenth. Captain Emerson commands company H of the 
Tenth, and Adjutant FiUebrown is lieutenant colonel in the Tenth. 
Lieutenant Fennel of company B is adjutant of the Eleventh, and 
Lieutenant Johnson of company K has been adjutant of the Sev- 
enth. Lieutenants Black of cgmpany B, Estes of E, Knowlton of 
F and Jordan of C, are captains of the same companies respectively 
in the Tenth. Captain Fessenden is captain of company I in the 
Twelfth, and Lieutenant Chadwell of company B in the Twelfth, 
This regiment completed its organization April twenty-eighth, and 
was mustered into the United States service for three months, on 
8 



18 AMOTANT emmiALni^aFOBT. 

the third day of May ; bat the anasnal prevalence of sickness de- 
tained it in camp at Westbrook till June first, when it left for Wash- 
ington and went into camp at Meridian Hill, and there remained in 
the performance of necessary guard duty at exposed points, till 
August first, daring which time it earned an et^viable repatation 
for drill and discipline. It retamedto Portland and was mastered 
oat of the United States service on the fifth of Angost. 

SECOND REGIMENT. 

Charles D. Jaicesok, Colonel, promoted to Brigadier General tf 

Volunteers, 
Charles W. Roberts, Lieutenant Colonel, promoted to Colonel 
George Varney, Major, promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. 

Company A, Bangor Light Infantry, Captain Herman Bartlett. 
B, Castine Light Infantry, '* S. K. Devereux. 

0, Brewer Artillery, " E. N. Jones. 

D, Milo Artillery, " J. S. Sampson. 

E, Bangor Company, " Levi Emerson. 

F, Bangor Company, ** Daniel Chaplin. 
6, Gymnasium,' " F. Meinecke. 
H, Ex-Tigers, Bangor, " Daniel Sargent. 

1, Grattan Guards, " John Carroll. 
K, Oldtown Company, " F. C. Foss. 

Five (A, B, C, D, and I,) of these companies, a part of Colond 
Jameson's old command, were enlisted and reorganized for service 
in this regiment. 

The regiment left Bangor on Tuesday morning, Muy fourteenth^ 
and.Portland on Wednesday, the fifteenth, since which time it has 
been located as follows : — 

On Willet's Point, Long Island, N. Y., from May ITth to 30tli. 

On Meridian Hill, Washington, D. C, from May 31st to July 1st. 

At Falls Church, Virginia, from July 2d to 16th. 

On a line of march, from July 16th to 23d. 

On Arlington Heights, Virginia, from July 23d to October 12th. 

On Hall's Hill, Virginia, from October 12th to December 1st. 

It was mustered into the United States service at Willet's Point, 
May twenty-eighth. 

Oi^tain Jones of the company, and Lievtenant Richardson of 



company E, were mortally wounded at the battle of Bali Run, and 
•died shortly after at Richmond. Gi^^tain Jones' first lieatenaat, 
John K. Skinner of Brewer, was made prisoner in his endeavovs 
to rescue his disabled commander. Second Lieutenant David D. 
Wardwell of Castine, of Company B, was wounded and snbse- 
qncntly discharged on acconnt of his injuries. Second lieutenant 
Sumner R. Kittredge of liilo, was taken prisoner at Hall's HiH and 
confined at Richmond. The captains of companies A, B, D, O and 
I, have resigned : BarUett, Sampson and lieineoke on account of 
health impaired in the service ; Captain Devereux on account of 
his official duties as collector of the port at Castme, and Captain 
Carroll for reason of his company's being greatly reduced and the 
remaflking members being transferred to others. A company 
recniited at Bangor, and of which Daniel White is ci^tain, has 
recently joined the regiment, taking the place and letter of Captain 
Carroll's company. Captain Chaplin has been appointed to fill the 
majorate vacant by the promotion of Lieutenant Colonel Tam^. 
Lieutenants R. B. Wiggin of the A company, W. W. Sturtevant 
of D, Albion P. Wilson of F, and Augustus B« Farnham of the Q 
company, have respectively succeeded to the command of these 
companies. Reference to the rosters (Appendix B) will exhibit 
the promotion of subalterns occasioned by these changes. For 
the manner in which this regiment performed its duty at the battle 
of Bull Run, as also the Third, Fourtii and Fifth, I am proud to 
refer to the official returns of brigade officers in command, which 
were immediately spread before the public ; and I would also refer 
to the permanent record of casualities, which may be found in the 
returns of the corrected rolls of each company, (Appendix D) 
with the history of each individual from the time he went into sei^ 
vice up to the first day of December, 1861. 

THIRD REGIMENT. 
OuvJCR Otis Howjiiu), Colond, promoted to Brigadier General of 

VoiurUeers, 
Isaac N. Tucker, LieuienatU Colonel. 
Hbnry 6. Staflis, Mq^or, promoted to Colonel. 

Company A; Bath City Orays, Captain William Rogers. 
" B, Augusta Company, " Henry O. Staples. 

" C, Gardiner " " W. E. Jarvis. 

^' D, Bath '' " 0. A. L. Sampson. 



aft ANvzAn 6snuu.'8 uron. 

OompMiy B, HaOowell Comptdxy, Ci^plain J. M. Nash. 

F, SkowhegttD " "* E. G. Savage. 

G, Waterville " ** F. S. Hesseltine. 
H, Waterville " " William S. Heath. 

" I, Augiuta " *' Moses B. Lakeman. 

" K,Winthrop " " Newell Strout. 

This regiment went into camp in Augusta, and was mustered 
into the service of the United States June fourUi. On the morning 
of the fifth it took its departure for Washington, where it arrived 
Jane seventh, and next day went into camp on Meridian Hill. 
Here it remained till the sixth of Julj, when it proceeded to Gam- 
efon Ron, near Alexandria, Virginia, and remuned there till July 
elerenth, when it marched to Clermont, Virginia. On ihi six- 
teenth it left that place, and marched to Accotink Creek, and on the 
seventeenth proceeded to Sawyer's Station, whence in the after- 
noon it took up the line of march towards Centreville, where it 
bivonaced July eighteenth. On the twenty-first of July it left for 
Bttll Run, and was in that engagement, after which it fell back to 
Centreville, thence via Fairfax Court House to Alexandria, where 
it arrived on the twenty-second. Next day it left for the old 
oamp at Clermont, where it remained till the fourteenth of August, 
when it encamped at Flag Hill Station, on the Leesburg Turnpike. 
On the second of October the regiment left Flag Hill, and pitched 
its tents on the Old Fairfax Road, about three miles southwest 
feom Alexandria, designating the station as Camp Howard, at 
which upon the thirteenth of December it still remained. 

The only company of this regiment, which existed under former 
militia laws, was the Bath City Grays, organized in 1850 under 
the auspices of Colonel E. E. Harding, the present efficient As- 
sistant Quarter-Master General, who commanded it from the timo 
of its organization till he was elected colonel of the Second Regi- 
ment in the Second Division, at its formation in 1855. Among 
the volunteer companies, in the State, of that period, this corps 
had no superior in discipline and the soldierly bearing of its mem- 
bers. It comprised many of the best citizens of Bath, and enjoyed 
an enviable reputation, not only in this State, but throughout New 
England. I am happy to bear testimony to the fact that all the 
State arms and other military property in its possession were re- 
turned last April, upon requisition from this office, in as perfect 
conditioii and as duly inventoried, as they were issued to then» 



AMVTiMt QmnALni BBPOBI* 21 

years before. Hie old pattern of muskets which they received at 
their organization, previous to being returned, had been materially 
improved at the expense of the company ; and during a larg^ part 
of the present season the regiments encamped here have been ten- 
tered the use of tents and marquees free of charge, the private 
property of this company and its former officers. 

Oaptain Rogers resigned before the regiment left the State, and 
was succeeded by Reuben Sawyer, his first lieutenant. Both of 
Aese gentlemen were in commission when hostilities commenced, 
detain Staples was elected migor before leaving Augusta, and at 
the promotion of Colonel Howard succeeded to the colonelcy^ 
which he still holds. Captains Jarvis, Nash, Savage and Strout 
have ^signed. Captain Sampson was promoted to lieutenant 
colonel in place of Lieutenant Colonel Tucker, resigned ; Colonel 
Tucker held the same position with credit in the Aroostook war. 
Captain Hesseltine is major of the Thirteenth, and Captain Heath 
lieutenant-colonel of the Fifth. Lieutenants Bachelder of B com- 
pany, Colsou of C, Watson of D, Johnson of £, Hanscom of 6, 
F. £. Heath of H, and Burt of K, succeeded as captains to the 
command of those companies respectively. Captain Burt is now 
major, and Lieutenant William L. Richmond has succeeded to the 
command of his company. William C. Morgan of Augusta ia 
captain of company F. Captain Colson has been honorably dis- 
charged, and the vacancy remains unfilled. 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

HiBAM 6. Bebby, CoUmeL 

Thomas H. Mabshall, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Fbank S. Nickebson, Major, 

Company A, Belfhst Artillery, Captain H. W. Canningham. 
" B, Rockland Company, Oaptcan Elijah Walker. 



C, " 

D, 

K, Damariscotta " 

F, Brooks Light Infantry, 

G, Wiscasset Company, 
H, Rockland " 

I, Searsport " 
K, Belftst City Grays, 



0. J. Conant. 
L. D. Carver. 
S. C. Whitehouse. 
A. D. Bean. 

E. M. Smith. 
G. J. Bums. 

F. S. Nickerson. 
Thomas H. MardMH. 



22 ADJUTANT eflNUULL'B BVOBS. 

This regiment left Rockland on the ae^v^ateenth of June for 
Washing^n, where it arrived on the twentieth, and next day went 
into camp on Meridian Hill. On the eigh& of July it proceeded 
•to the Virginia side of the Potomac, and went into camp on the 
Bush Hill estate, about two miles from the cily. On the sizteentk 
it took up its line of march for Centreville, arriving there on the 
eighteenth, where it bivoaaced until the morning of Hie twenty- 
first, when it moved again, and during the day was engaged in the 
battle of Bull Bun, after which it retreated to Alexandria, and 
quartered there until the twenty-fourth, when it returned to its 
former location at Bush HiU. Since that date, though it has for 
convenience changed its ground several times, it has remained at a 
distance of about two and a half miles from the city. 

The Artillery and €ity Grays (Light Infantry) from Belfast and 
the Brooks Light Infantry were the only companies of this regi- 
ment existing at the date of the requisition of the President for 
troops. The two former having enjoyed and improved unusual 
fieu^ilities for drill, were in a high state of discipline. Captain Cun- 
ningham had filled not only one of the highest military offices in 
the State, but also various subordinate places, and invariably with 
credit to himself. Captain Marshall, a gentleman of wealth, refine- 
ment and literary culture, was the first commander of the City 
Grays, and in organizing that company as well as perfecting it in 
drill and discipline gave his time, talents and money freely to the 
work. The Brooks Light Infantry was commanded by Captain 
Huxford, who with Captain Bean, then his lieutenant, served in 
the Aroostook war in 1839. In the new organization of the com- 
pany for service in this regiment, these gentlemen reversed the 
official relations which existed between them twenty-two years 
previously, and Captain Huxford became lieutenant, and Lieuten- 
ant Bean captain. Captain Bean was wounded at the battle of 
Bull Run, and Lieutenant Huxford received severe permanent inju- 
ries, which compelled him to resign. Captain Bean still continues 
in that capacity, and is regarded as one of the most competent offi- 
cers in the service. Although the city of Rockland had no mili- 
tary company at the commencement of the organization of this 
regiment, justice to that community requires me to state that only 
the October previously two good companies there, which had been 
stnic^iog for existence against the influences combined against 
all military organisations, yielded to the pressure and were dis- 



AMUTANT GBKBBAL<B RBFOBT. 2B 

banded. Colonel Hiram 6. Berry, of tkis regiment, who baa no 
saperior in service, was the originator and sole commander for seT- 
eral jears of the largest and best disciplined of these companies, 
the Rockland Guards. Such was Colonel Berry's reputation as a' 
military gentleman possessed of a high order of executive ability, 
and as one of the leading and most influential citizens in that sec- 
tion of the State, that the position of colonel of this regiment was 
conceded to him from the earliest stages of its organization. Cap- 
tain Marshall was elected major and afterwards lieutenant colonel 
of this regiment. Some time after the battle of Bull Run be was 
appointed colonel of the Seventh Regiment, and assumed its com- 
mand on the twelfth of September. Captain Nickerson was elected 
major at the organization of the regiment, and was subsequently 
appointed lieutenant colonel to fill the vacancy occasioned by the 
promotion of Colonel Marshall to the command of the Seventh. 
He has recently been called by the commander-in-chief to the col- 
onelcy of the Fourteenth Regiment of Infantry, which has just 
completed its organization. Captains Cunningham, Conant and 
Whitehouse have resigned, and Captain Bums has been dismissed. 
Lieutenant C. B. Greenhalgh is captain in place of Conant, and 
Ebenezer Whitcomb in place of Captain Nickerson. Captain Eli- 
jah Walker of company B has been promoted to major. Lieuten- 
ant Silas M. Fuller succeeded Colonel Marshall as captain of com- 
pany K, subsequently was major, and is now lieutenant colonel of 
this regiment. Lieutenant Joseph L. Havener is the present cap- 
tain of company L The lieutenants of company H have resigned, 
and the members having been transferred to other companies, a 
new company recruited at Bangor and Belfast and commanded by 
Captain William L. Pitcher has taken its place and letter. First 
Lieutenants Thomas B. Glover of Rockland, of company D, and 
William H. Clark of Wiscasset, of company G, were made pris- 
oners and carried to Richmond ; and Second Lieutenant Charles 
H. Burd of Belfast, of company F, was wounded and also made 
prisoner. 



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&tigae and picket duty, and had little opportunity for military 
drill. The regiment at this time was in a bad condition, without 
discipline, destitute of clothing and other comforts, suffering from 
sickness, and almost disheartened. On the thirteenth of Septem* 
ber it removed to Eagle Mount, some toiro miles in advapce of its 
last location, where, in a pleasant and nealthy encampment, there 
was soon a marked improvement in the health of the men, and de* 
pression gave way to contentment. On the fourteenth of October 
the regiment removed to Camp Franklin, its present encampment, 
about three miles from its preceding location, in the direction of 
Washington. Since that time, having better opportunities for 
drill, the discipline has materially improved, and the health of the 
men is excellent. The regiment is now in the Seventh Brigade, 
General Slocum, in Oeneral Franklin's Division. 

Captain Scamman is now major in place of Hamilton, resigned, 
and Lieutenant George E. Brown is captain in his stead. Captain 
Sawyer has resigned, and was succeeded by lieutenant A. S. 
Baggett of Greene. Captain Goodwin has also resigned, and the 
vacancy remains unfilled. Captains Heald, Noyes, Thompson, 
Thomas and Tobie have all resigned, and the following gentlemen 
are captains in their places : — ^Henry B. Mitchell, captain of com- 
pany A ; David S. Barrows of company C, Charles H. Small of 
company D, Thomas J. Sawyer of company G, and Hamlin T. 
Bucknam of company E. Captain Thomas has received a cap- 
tain's commission in the United States army. Captain Thompson 
now commands the First Maine Battery of Mounted Artillery at- 
tached to the Twelfth Regiment, Colonel Shepley. Lieutenant 
Colonel lllsley is now adjutant of the same regiment. Colonel 
Mark H. Bunnell, who at the time of his election was United 
States consul to Vera Cruz, and obtained temporary leave of ab- 
sence for the purpose of organizing this regiment, resigned after 
the battle of Bull Run, and forthwith repaired to his post in Mex- 
ico. He was succeeded by Colonel N. J. Jackson, of the First 
Regiment. Lieutenant Colonel lllsley resigned, and his successor 
is Captain William S. Heath, of the Third. Second Lieutenaitf 
Frederick Speed of company A resigned, and is nowlacljutant of 
the Thirteenth Regiment, Colonel Neal Dow. 



26 AMVTAKS eimBAL«S BBFOn. 

SIXTH REGIMENT. 

Abner Kkowles, Colonel. 

KiRAK BuRKHAM, LieiUenant Colonel, 

Fraxk Pierce, Major, 

Company A, Brownville Aifles, Captain Moses W. Brown, 

" B, Ellsworth Company, " Isaac Frazier. 

C, Machias " " B. F. Harris. 

" D, Calais " " J. A. Haycock. 

" E, Bucksport " " Joseph Snowman. 

F, Pembroke " " W. N. Lysett. 

G, Cherryfield " " R. W. Young. 
" H, Corinth " •* Cyrus Brown. 

I, Oldtown '• " A, G. Burton. 

K, Eastport " " Theodore Cary. 

This regiment, from the First Division, rendezvoused at Port' 
land, and reached Washington on the nineteenth of July, since 
which time it has been located as follows : — 

At Chain Bridge, on the Potomac, from July 20th to September 3d. 
At (what is now) Fort Ethan Allen, Virginia, from September 3d 

to September 28tb. 
On a line of march, from September 28th to October 1st. 
At Vanderberg's, Virginia, from October Ist to October 10th. 
On a line of march, from October 10th to October 12th. 
Ai Lewinsville, Virginia, from October 12th to December 1st. 

This regiment has been principally employed on fatigue and 
picket duty and in building roads and bridges, digging pits and 
erecting forts and breastworks. The companies of this regiment, 
which were all new, except the Brownville Rifles, and that had 
been recently organized, not long after their formation were ren- 
dezvoused in battalions of five companies each, at the State 
Arsenal at Bangor under General J. 0. Stevens, and at Fort Sulli- 
van at Eastport under Major Aaron Hayden. Companies A, B, £, 
H and I were at the former place, and companies C, D, F, G and 
K at the Iktter. Under General Order No. 37, (Appendix A,) 
these-battalions were united at Portland to complete the regimental 
organization which was finished on the fifteenth of July, and on 
the seventeenth the regiment left for Washington. Abner Knowles, 
Esq., of Bangor^ a lawyer of distinction, was elected colonel,. 



Hiram Bnrnbam, Esq., of Ghenyfield, lieutenant colonel, and 
Frank Pierce of Backsport, migor, all of whom, except Oolonel 
Knowles, who resigned December eleventh, still hold these posi- 
tions. Captains Moses W. Brown, Cyras Brown and A. O. Barton 
have resigned, and lieutenants Charles H. Chandler, Oeorg^ Fuller 
and William H. Stanchfield (formerly captain of the Milo Artillery) 
have been appointed and commissioned as captains in their places. 
Other changes that have occurred will be seen by referring to 
rosters of past and present officers. (Appendix, B and C.) 



SEVENTH EEGIMENT. 

Edwin C. Mason, CoUmeL 
Skldsn Connob, Lieulenani Cohnel, 
Thomas W. Htdi, Mqjjar. 

Company A, Captain Freeze of Houlton. 



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Jones of China. 


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Oilmore of Lincoln. 


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Hyde of Bath. 


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Connor of Fairfield. 


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Cushman of Biddeford. 


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Oilman of Portland. 


H, 


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Cass of Bangor. 


I. 


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RoUe of Presque Isle. 


K. 


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Norris of Monmouth. 



This regiment was raised irrespective of Divisional limits, and 
rendezvoused at Augusta. It left Augusta on the twenty-third of 
August, and arrived in Baltimore on the twenty-fifth. Its succes- 
sive locations have been as follows : — 

At Bellevue Garden, Baltimore, firom August 25th to dOth. 

At Patterson Park, East Baltimore, from August 80th to Septem- 
ber 16th. 

On Murray Hill, opposite Fort McHenry, from September 16th to 
October 25th. 

On a line of march, from October 25th to 26th. 

At Kalorama Hill« Washington, from October 26th to Novem- 
ber 7th. 

in Third Brigade, General Brannan, Virginia, from November 7th 
to December 1st. 



28 ADJiriANT ainsAL«s Bxraav. 

At the orgamzation of this re^ment, August twenty-seeond, 
Captain E. 0. Mason, of the Seventeenth Regiment, United States 
Army, was elected colonel, Captain Connor of company E, lieuten* 
ant colonel, and Captain Hyde of company D, major, and these 
gentlemen are at this time incumbents of those offices respectively. 
Colonel Mason resigned, however, on the thirty-first of August, 
having failed to obtain leave of absence from the Seventeenth, and 
returned to the headquarters of that regiment. On the fifth of 
September Lieutenant Colonel Thomas E. Marshall of the Fourth 
was appointed by the commander-in-chief to the colonelcy of 
this regiment. During the interval between the resignation of 
Colonel Mason and the arrival of Colonel Marshall, a period of 
several weeks. Lieutenant Colonel James F. Miller of the Oover- 
nor's Staff by order of the commander-in-chief assumed temporary 
command of the regiment. The very favorable impression which 
his administration of the drill and discipline and the camp and 
police arrangements of this regiment made upon the troops and 
the citizens of Baltimore, indicated his fitness for a permanent sitr 
nation of that or a similar character. Colonel Marshall died at 
Baltimore on the twenty-fifth of October, while in command of the 
regiment, from fever contracted by exposure and fatigue while in 
the discharge of his duties. On the fifth of November Colonel 
Mason was a second time appointed «nd commissioned, and upon 
the tenth took command. Lieutenant John W. Channing succeed- 
ed as captain to the command of company E, and H. A. Dalton t% 
that of company D. Captain Norris of company K resigned on 
the twenty-third of November, and Lieutenant Granville P. Coch- 
rane has been appointed to the captaincy. Other changes are 
shown in the published lists. (Appendix, B and C.) Company A, 
Captain Freeze, and company I, Captain Rolfe, were composed al- 
most exclusively of soldiers from Aroostook County. Captain 
OiLtnore's company, of Lincoln, and Captain Norris', of Mon- 
mouth, comprise men mostly from those towns and vicinity. In 
the other companies the residence of the captain is less indicative 
of that of the members. 



EIGHTH BE6IMENT. 

Leb Strickland, Colonel. 

John D. Rust, JAeulenard Colonel, 

Joseph S. Rice, Major. 

Company A, Captain Woodman of Wilton. 



B. ' 


Twitchell of Patten. 


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' Strickland of livermore. 


D. ' 


' Boynton of Detroit. 


E, ' 


Hutchins of New Portland 


P, ' 


' Hemmingway of Sanford. 


G, ' 


' Rice of Ellsworth. 


H, ' 


' Rnst of Camden. 


I. ' 


' McArthur of Linlington. 


K, ' 


' Conant of Oldtown. 



This regiment, composed of new companies exclusively, was 
raised at large from the towns and their vicinities indicated by the 
residence of the several captains. The regiment rendezvoused at 
Augusta, and at the organization Captains Strickland, Rust and 
Rice were elected colonel, lieutenant colonel and major respect- 
ively, and their places were filled by captains Bryant, Hoyt and 
Milliken. Colonel Strickland has recently resigned, and Lieuten* 
ant Colonel Rust has been promoted to the colonelcy. Major Rice 
resigned September twenty-eighth, and Captain Woodman of com- 
pany A was appointed to fill the vacancy. Austin S. Bump of 
Wilton succeeds Major Woodman as captain. The other changes 
shown in the joster (Appendix Bj) are mostly by regular promo- 
tion. For the movements of the regiment the subjoined report of 
Colonel Strickland may be referred to : — "We left Augusta, Maine, 
September tenth, 1861 ; arrived at Hempstead, L. I., New York, 
September twelfth ; left Hempstead September fifteenth ; arrived . 
at Washington, D. C, September seventeenth ; left Washington 
October sixth ; arrived at Annapolis, Maryland, the same day ; 
left Annapolis October eighteenth ; embarked on board steamer 
Ariel ; landed at this place (Hilton Head, South Carolina,) Novem- 
ber ninth," where they have since remained. 



80 ADJUTANI aitfXKAL'8 BIFOET. 

NINTH BEGIMENT. 

RisHWORTH Rich, Colonel 

GoLMAN Habdino, Lieulenant CploneL 

Sabine Emert, Monjor, 

Company A, Captain Emery of Eastport. 



" B, 




Robinson of Bath. 


" 0, 




Reed of Augusta. 


" D, 




Baker of Bingham. 


" E, 




Wedgewood of Cornish 


" P, 




Bisbee of Canton. 


" 6, 




Hines of Houlton. 


" H, 




Chase of East Machias. 


" I.. 




Conunings of Bangor. 


'• K, 




Harding of Gorham. 



This regiment was raised at large, and rendezvoused at Augus- 
ta. It was organized on the twenty-first of September by the 
election of Rishworth Rich of Portland, colonel, Captain Harding 
of company K, lieatenant colonel, and Captain Emery of company 
A as major. Lieutenants Wentworth of Gorham and Granger of 
Calais were made captains to fill those vacancies. Captain Cum- 
mings of company I resigned October seventeenth, and was 
succeeded by his first lieutenant, S. C. Baker of Bangor. The com- 
panies of this regiment embodied many soldiers belonging to un- 
attached companies that were paid in May, and a majority of their 
members, except of the A, B and C companies, are residents of 
the towns and vicinities indicated. The report of Colonel Rich 
upon the progress and duty of this regiment will be regarded with 
interest: — ''The regiment moved from Augusta, Maine, on Tues- 
day morning, September twenty-fourth, and arrived at Washing- 
ton September twenty-sixth. On the twenty-seventh the tents 
were pitched at Bladensburg, one mile and a half from the Capi- 
tol. Were ordered to Meridian Hill, Tuesday, October first, but 
remained there but one day, returning again to Bladensburg. Oc- 
tober eighth the regiment left Washington for Annapolis, and 
arrived there same day, where we encamped unti> embarkation 
Sunday morning, October twentieth, on board steamer Ooatzadoal- 
cos. On the twenty-first sailed for Fortress Monroe, and arrived 
there same day. Tuesday, October twenty-ninth, at noon, sailed 
in company with a large fleet, with sealed orders. The regiment 



ADJUTANT aBNBRAL*8 REPORT. 8X 

is in the Third Brigade, General Wright, and was one of the three 
regiments landed simnltaneonslj at Hilton Head on the evening of 
the capture of Fort Walker, Thursday, November seventh. Up to 
the present time (December thirteenth) the regiment has been en- 
camped at the left of Fort Walker, employed in the usual manner 
of troops in servicCi working at the intrenchments, on picket, and 
scouting parties." 

TENTH REGIMENT. 

Gkorge L. Beal, Colonel. 

Jahes S. Fillebrown, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Charles Walker, Major. 

Company A, Captain Adams, Saco. 



B. 


ti 


Walker, Portland. 


c. 


ft 


Jordan, Portland. 


D, 


it 


West, Fort Kent. 


E, 


tt 


Estes, Portland. 


F, 


It 


Knowlton, Lewiston. 


G. 


tt 


Beal, Norway. 


H, 


it 


Emerson, Auburn. 


I, 


ft 


Furbish, Portland. 


K, 


tt 


Nye, Lewiston. 



The design in issuing Special Order No. 67 of August thirty-first 
(Appendix A) was that the companies which composed the First 
Regiment, organized with a maximum of seven hundred and eighty 
one men, and which served at Washington under a three months' 
mustering into the United States* service, but all of whom, in ac- 
cordance with the act of April twenty-fifth enlisted for two years' 
service out of the State, and received the bounty provided therefor, 
should be filled up to the standard established by the War Depart- 
ment, and serve out the remainder of their time. This purpose was 
found to be impracticable to a considerable extent, without the 
adoption of coercive measures, at variance with the spirit in 
which the nine preceding regiments had been brought into service 
almost without an effort. In effecting the organization of this 
regitaent under General Order No. 60, of September twenty-eighth, 
(Appendix A) companies A, C, and D, of the former regimental 
organization became disintegrated. Company .C was reorganized 
by the fusion of its own elements with those of companies A and 



32 . ADJUTANT GKKBRAL*S RSFOBT. 

D, under Lieutenant Jordan as captain. Captain Adams' company 
from Saco took the place of company A, and Captain West's from 
Fort Kent that of company D. Of the remaining companies, Lieu^ 
tenants Estes, Knowlton, Blake, Furbish and Nye, of companies 

E, F, Qf I and K, were promoted to captaincies. Captain Emerson 
and both his Lieutenants, Folsom and Dill, of company H, remain^ 
ed in service in the same company, that, with the others named, 
constituted the First Regiment. At the election of officers for the 
organization of this regiment, Captain George L. Beal of the 6 
company of the First Regiment (which retained its place and letter 
in the Tenth) was elected colonel, James S. Fillebrown, a(\jutant 
of Jthe First, lieutenant colonel, and Captain Charles Walker of 
company B of the First, (which also retained its place and letter in 
the Tenth, under Lieutenant James M. Black, promoted to cap- 
tain,) was elected major. Lieutenant Colonel Henry Rust, Jr., 
who served in the First at Washington, was elected to succeed 
Colonel Beal in the command of company 6, but soon after re- 
signed to accept the lieutenant colonelcy of the Thirteenth Regi- 
ment, Colonel Dow. Lieutenant Jonathan Blake, who also served 
in the First at Washington, was elected captain to fill the vacancy 
occasioned by the resignation of Captain iRust. Company D, Cap- 
tain West, was purely an Aroostook company. Most of the 
others embodied a small portion of the members of the First Reg- 
iment, but reference to the rolls, (Appendix D)* will alone give the 
localities which famished the troops of Colonel Real's command. 

This regiment left Portland October sixth, and encamped at 
"Camp Washburn," Patterson Park, Baltimore, on the ninth. On 
the fourth of November it moved to the Relay House, on the Bal- 
timore and Ohio Railroad, and encamped at "Camp Beal." No- 
vember thirteenth it moved one mile towards Washington, on the 
Washington Branch of this road, and on the twenty-seventh of 
November it returned to Camp Beal, the original location at the 
Relay House, where it still remains. 



ADJUXART aSirnAL'S BBPOBSEL 88 

BLEYSNTH BEOIMBNT. 

JoHH 0. Oaldwkll, Colonel 

H. M. Plaibtbd, Lieutenant ColoneL 

WiLUAK M. Shaw, Mutfcr. 

Company A, Captain Pennell of Portland. 





B, 
0. 

D, ' 
B. 
P. 


II 


Kimball of Augusta. 
Campbell of Cherryfield. 
Harvey of Weston, 
Straw of Bangor. 
Davis of Gardiner. 




H, 
I. 


tt 
U 
t 


Spofibrd of Dedbam. 
Nash of Gray. 
Pomeroy of Bancroft. 
Hill of Stetson. 



This was the first regiment raised in this State at the direct ex- 
pense of the general government, under authority of the President 
and in pursuance of General Order No. 48 of September four- 
teenth. (Appendix A.) The ten preceding regiments had been 
raised, subsisted and completely fitted out at the expense of the 
State in pursuance of the act of April twenty-fifth. Unlike the 
mode of organization pursued under the ten regiment bill, re- 
quiring the election of the field officers by the captains and 
subalterns, by which the colonel, lieutenant colonel and major 
could not be elected until after the organization of the companies 
comprising the regiment, that of the Eleventh was completed in 
advance. John 0. Caldwell, Esq., of East Machias, widely known 
as principal of the academy at that place and as a gentleman of 
uJent, was appointed colonel, and William M. Shaw of Portland, 
captain of company E, of the First Regiment, was commissioned 
aa major* Charles J. Pennell of Portland, first lieutenant of com- 
pany B, of liie First Regiment, was appointed adjutant, and Ivory 
J. Robinson, Esq., of Augusta, quartermaster. As this regiment 
did not complete the organization and equipment of its companies 
until the morning of its departure, the advantages in all the details 
of regimental arrangements which it had over other regiments in 
having its field and stafif officers previously desigAted, were very 
apparent. Although Colonel Caldwell had no previous military 
experience, he evinced an aptness for the correct performance of 
bis duties, while in camp at Augutta, which gave promise of future 



eH&aencj and distinctiOD. His msjor and ai^utant are entitled t<^ 
no little credit for the soldierly manner in which everything per^ 
(aining to the routine of military observance was performed. H. 
M. Plaisted, Esq., of Bangor, was commissioned as lieutenant 
colonel of this regiment on the thirtieth of October, and the re- 
mainder of the staff was appointed about the same time. The 
regiment left Augusta November thirteenth, and proceeded to 
Washington, where it went into camp on Meridian Hill, and still 
remains. It is permanently brigaded in the First Brigade of Gen- 
eral Oasey's Division. 

TWELFTH RBOIMENT. 

OsoBoa F. Shvplet, Colonel. 

WiLUAK K. Kimball, LmUentmi OobmeL 

David B. Hastinos, Mc^or, 

Company A, Captain Hastings of Bethel. 

" B, " Chadwell of Portland. 

" C, " Thornton of Soarboro\ 

" D, " Winter of Dixfield. 

" B, " Knight of Bridgton. 

" F, " Farrington of Fryeburg. 

." G, " Robinson of Portland. 

" H, " Appleton of Bangor. 

" I, " Fessenden of Portland. 

" K, " Washburn of Calais. 

This regiment was raised and organized for the general garem* 
ment upon the. same basis as the Eleventh, and was designed frooi 
flie outset to constitute a portion of Major General BenJ. F. Butler^a 
Kew England Division for special service. Upon the nomination 
of General Butler, Hon. George F. Shepley of Portland, long Dis* 
trict Attorney for the United States, and whose reputation as on# 
of the ablest and most eloquenjt lawyers in New England is too 
well known to require mention here, was appointed colonel of this 
regiment. At the instance of Colonel Shepley, William K. Kim- 
ball, Esq., of Paris, formeriy United States Marshall, was appointed 
Heutenant eolctoel, and David B. Hastings, Esq., of Lovell, msjor. 
Edward Illsley, formerly of the Fifth, was appointed adyutant, and 
Horatio N. Jose, Esq., of Portland, quartermaster. Captain Chad* 
well of company B served as lint Itontenaat of the ▲ company iat 



ADJUTANT QVSnhAVB RBPOM. f$ 

the First Regiment, and Captain Fessenden of company I served 
in the same capacity in company of the First. All the others 
are believed to be new to the service. General Butler and Colonel 
Shepley being desirous that one of the Batteries of Light Artilleiy 
raised in this State should be permanently attached to this regi- 
ment, at the request of the latter, Captain Edward W. Thompson 
of Brunswick, formerly of the D company in the Fifth Regiment, 
was appointed to that command. The clothing, uniforms, equip- 
ments and complete outfit of this regiment were got up by Colonel 
Shepley's direction and under his constant supervision, and are 
equal, if not superior, to those of any regiment in the service. 
The organization having been completed and all necessary arrange- 
ments perfected, the commander-in-chief, by General Order No. 65 
of November twenty-second (Appendix A) relinquished to General 
Butler the exclusive command of the regiment. It left its rendee- 
▼oti» in Portland on the twenty-fourth of November, and reached 
Lowell, Mass., next day, where it has since remained under the 
orders of that officer, preparing for embarkation to participate witk 
ttie remaining regiments of that division in a sottthem campaign. 

RIFLE SHARP SHOOTERS. 

Jambs D. Fbssekden, Esq., of Portland, Capiam. 
Jacob McClurb, of Rockland, First Lieutenant. 
Silas C. Bakxkr, of Augusta^ Second Ideulenani. 

This company, raised in accordance with the request of the Sec- 
retary of War to* the commander-in-chief and under provisions of 
General Order No. 46 of September eleventh, ^Appendix A,) was 
enlisted from among the best marksmen to be found in the States 
under the supervision of Captains James D. Fessenden at Portland, 
R. R. Park of the Veazie Rifles, at Bangor, and Lieutenants Jacob 
McClure, at Rockland, and Silas C. Barker, at Augusta, aided to 
some extent by other individuals. The company was furnished by 
the general government with an outfit of superior clothing and uni- 
forms. Its equipment and organization were completed on the 
eighth of November under Special Order No. 108, (Appendix A,) 
and it left Augusta on the thirteenth of the same mouth, with the 
Eleventh Regiment, Colonel Caldwell, for Washington, where it 
arrived, and is attached to Colonel Berdan.'s^ Regiment^ encamjjed 
in that city. 



(g ADJUTANT 0SNBaAL*8 RBP0B7. 

THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Nbal Dow, Colonel. 

Henrt Rust, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel. 

Frank S. Hesseltine, Major. 

Oompany A, Captain Frederick A. Stevens, Bangor. 

B, " William B. Snell, Fairfield. 

" 0, " Alfred E. Buck, Lewiston. 

" D, " Charles A. Bates, Norridgewock. 

" E, " Isaac P. Quimby, Westbrook. 

*« P, " Charles R. March, Portland. 

" G, " John L. Sawyer, Portland. 

"* H, " Abernethy Grover, Albany. 

" I, " Stillman C. Archer, Cherryfield. 

'' K, " William R. Swan, Paris. 

This regiment was raised at large, and rendezvoused at Augus- 
ta. Colonel Dow, for his acknowledged talent and indomitable 
energy, was selected for the command of this regiment. His 
lieutenant colonel and major have both had military experience in 
the field, the former in the First Regiment and the latter in the 
Third. From Colonel Dow's widely extended reputation, enlist- 
ments for service under his command were upusually rapid. This 
regiment is still in catmp at Augusta. 

FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Frank S. Nickbrson, Colonel 
EuAS MiLUKEK, lAetdenant Colonel. 
Thomas W. Porter, Major. 

Oompany A, Captain Charles Barnard, Bucksport. 

" B, " Richard W. Mullen, Vassalboro'. 

" C, " George Scott, Wiscasset. 

" D, " Nathaniel Sawyer, Dixmont. 

" E, " OHando W. Trask, Atkinson. 

•" F, '* Horace Blackman, Bradley. 

" G, " George H. Cheney, Portland. 

" H, " Lewis Chase, Fayette. 

" I, " James B. Hill, Patten. 

" K, " Edward S. Morris, Newfield. 

This regiment was raited at Isrge, and is now in camp at A«- 



piBto. Oolonel Nickerson raised a conpan j for the Fourth Begl* 
ment, of which he was commissioned captain, and at the organizi^ 
tion of the regiment was elected major ; subsequently, upon the 
appointment of Lieutenant Colonel Marshall to the colonelcy ef 
the Seventh Regiment, he was promoted to fill that vacancy. Ool- 
onel Nickerson, by his seven months of active service in the field 
with the Fourth and his efficiency and courage at the battle of 
Bull Run, affords sufficient assurance of the character and value of 
this regiment to the public service. 

FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

John McCluskt, Colonel. 
Isaac Dter, Lieutenant Cohmd. 
Benjamin Hawes, Major, 

Oompany A, Captain Benjamin B. Murray, Jr., Pembroke. 

" B, " Seth H. Leonard, Bowdoin. 

" G, " Ghailes W. Clayton, Masardis. 

" D, " CharleaS. lllsley, Portland. 

B, " Charles B. Smith, Houlton. 

" F, " Lawrence J. Joyce, Brunswick. 

'' O, '' Franklin M. Drew, Presque Isle. 

" H, " John B. Wilson, Exeter. 

*' I, " Michael Boyce, Bangor. 

'' K, '' Chandler R. Merrill, Calais. 

This regiment was raised at large, and rendezvoused at Augu»* 
ta. Aroostook county continues to furnish a (greater number of 
troops in proportion to its number of inhabitants than any countj 
in the State. The regiment is yet in camp at Augusta. 

FIRST BATTERY OF MOUNTED ARTILLERY. 

EnwABD W. Thompson, Captain. 
John B. Hubbabd, Fir^t Lieuienani. 
Albbst W. Brabbubt, FiriU Lieuienani, 
Okorob E. Harding, Second Lieutenant. 

This battery was raised at large, and rendezvoused at Portland. 
It has left the State and joined the Twelfth Regiment, Colonel 
Shepley, now at Camp Chase, Lowell, Mass., and is expected to 
move with other troops under M%jor General B. F. Butler at an. 



•ariy day for «eme 80«Aef|i destinatioii. The harwB ft&d 
ment were famished bj the gbvernment. Captain Thompson heM 
like rank in the Fifth Regiment, and distinguiehed himself f» 
oeolneai and valor at the battle of Bull Bun. 

SEOOND BATTERY OP MOUNTED ARTILUBBY. 

Davis Tillson, Captain. 
3 AWES A. Hall, First LieutenanL 
Samuel Paine, First Lieutenant. 
William A. Perry, Second lAeut^nani. 
Samuel Fessendkn, Second Lieutenant. 

This battery was raised at large, and rendezvoused at Augusta. 
General Tillson, my predecessor, educated at West Point, is favor- 
ably known as a gentleman of military taste and culture. The 
highest expectations have been formed of the efficiency and difih 
tinction of this battery. The horses, equipments and probably the 
entire armament will be furnished here, and the corps will be at- 
tached to the Thirteenth Regiment, X/olonel Dow. The battery ia 
■till in camp at Augusta. 

THIRD BATTERY OP MOUNTED ARTILLERY. 

Jambs Q. Swett, Captain. 
EzEKiBL R. Mato, First Lieutenant. 
Seth a. Emery, First Lieutenant. 
Mblvillb G. Burgess, Second Lieulfinant. 
Joseph W. Wbittemobb, SecoTid LietUenant 

Captain Swett was long in command of the Brewer ArtiHery, 
«nd very much of its reputation for efficiency was due to his ekffl 
and exertions. He was not in commission at the organization of 
the Second Regiment, which embraced that company under Cap- 
tain Jones. This battery is fortunate, it is believed, in having 
secured Captain Swett as its commander. It was raised at large, 
and is now rendezvoused at Augusta, and is to be furnished as the 
Second Battery. 



POUBTH BATTEBT OF MOUNTED ABTILLEBT. 

O'Nar. W. Robikbok» Jr., Captain. 
Liraroa H. S. Hainbs, First Lieuienmni. 
Hamlin F. Batom, First Lieulenmit, 

Captain Bobinson is an accompIiBhed g^entletnan of tibexial edo* 
<iation, and is believed to possess the many requisites to constitute 
him a capable and efficient offioer. This battery was raised at 
larg^, and is now rendesvoused at Augusta. It will be furnished 
as the two preceding. 

FIFTH BATTERY OF MOUNTBD ABTILLEBT. 

OsoROB F. LEPPrEN, Captain. 
William F, Twitchell, First Lietiienant, 
<jRKEKUEr T. Stbtens, First Ideutenant, 
Adelbert B. Twitchell, Second Lieutenant. 
Ezra Clark, Second Lieutenant. 

Captain Leppien, at the ti(n^ of his appointment, held a lieuten* 
ant's commission in a Pennsylvania battery attached to General 
Blenker's Division. He is a native of Philadelphia, and was edu- 
cated at Luneburg, in Germany. He was highly recommended for 
this position by General Barry, Chief of Artillery in the army of 
tiie Potomac. To rare natural gifts he has added a thorough mili- 
tary culture, which promise a useful and honorable future. Both 
the second lieutenants have also had experience in military life, 
fhis battery will enter service under favorable auspices. It was 
raised at large, and is rendezvoused at Augusta, and will be tat- 
aished as the three preceding. 

SIXTH BATTEBY OF MOUNTED ABTILLEBT. 

Freeman McGilvbbt, Captain. 
Oeobgb H. Smith, First Lieutenant. 
Fred. A. Morton, Second LieiUenant. 

Thib battery was raised at large, and ia now rendessvoused ad 
AMgusta. It was enlisted in Aroostook eounty, and will be ai^ 
iMhed to the Fifteenth Begiaienti Colonel MeClnsky. 



40 IDJirrAinF QsmroALni BSPOBK 

WEST REGIMENT OP CAVALRY. 

John Goddabd, of Portland, Colonel. 

Thomas Hioht, of Second U. S. Dragoons, Lieutenant ColoneL 

Samuel H. Allen, of Tbbmaston, Major. 

Calvin S. Douty, of Dover, Major. 

David P. Stowell, of Canton, Major. 

Gompanj A, Captain Warren L. Whitney, Newbnrgb. 

B, " Jonathan P. Cilley, Thomaston. 

C, " Robert P. Dyer, Angusta. 

D, " Charles H. Smith, Eastport. 

E, " Black Hawk Putnam, Houlton. 

F, " Nathan Mayhew, Portland. 
O, " Augustas J. Burbank, Lewiston. 
H, " George^T. Summat, U. S. Army. 
In " Lewis 0. Cowan, Biddeford. 
K, " George Prince, Bath. 
L, " Reuben B. Jennings, Parmington» 
M, " George M. Brown, Bangor. 

This regiment, consisting of twelve companies and three battal- 
ions, was raised at large under General Order No. 48, (Appendix 
A,) and is now rendezvoused at Augusta. Colonel John Goddard 
is too well and favorably known throughout the State as a man of 
energy and ability to require any further mention here. He was 
selected for this position at the earliest inception of the regimental 
org^ization, and the remaining field and staff officers soon after. 
They have all been indefatigable in their labors, and have organ- 
ized a regiment which, for the character of its men and the quality 
of its horses, renders it equal if not superior to any one now in 
the service. The extraordinary care taken by Colonel Goddard 
and his officers from the first to secure the kindest treatment for 
the horses is deserving of special commendation, and the evidence 
of it apparent in their intelligent and cheerful faces, spirited bear- 
ing and good condition is a rich reward for all their exertions in 
this behalf. The saving to the government in the lives of horses 
from the rigid enforcement of his rules in this respect must be sev- 
eral thonsands of dollars. I have no hesitation in saying thai 
twelve hundred horses of equal value could with difficulty be pro- 
cared in the United States. This fact reflects the highest credit 
upon the gentlemen selected to purchase these animals, as well as 



upon the officers and men of the regiment for their care of them. 
Although some two months only have elapsed since the organizv 
tion of this regiment and the mustering of the larger portion into 
service, it has attained a respectable degree of discipline so far as 
the horsemanship of the members and the tractability of the horses 
18 concerned. Both men and horses have become familiar with the 
routiDO of camp life, and thrive upon it. The men are diligently 
exercised in drill and discipline both mounted and on foot, and 
although their progress is commendable, they are excelled in pro. 
ficiency by their horses, which manifest g^eat intelligence and zeal 
in their duties. 

From its populous an.l extended line of sea-coast, with a large 
community which obtains a livelihood by maritime pursuits, Maine 
has, for years, been able to exhibit a greater comparative number 
of its citizens in the naval service of the country than any other 
State. The same condition of things exists at the present time, 
and the names of thousands of the sons of Maine are now to be 
found enrolled upon the enlistment books of our ships of war. 

So g^eat has been the tide of emigration from Maine to Califor- 
nia and the Western States during the past fifteen years, that an 
examination of the descriptive rolls of regiments in service from 
those portions of the Union would undoubtedly show this State to 
be the birthplace of thousands of their best troops. And yet after 
liiis large draft upon our community we scarcely perceive any de* 
crease in our population by the military organizations, amounting 
to more than seventeen thousand men, which we have furnished 
during the present season to the general government. 

York county, from its proximity to New Hampshire and Massa- 
chusetts, and from its business relations and railroad connectiona 
with these States, has furnished many men for their regiments. 
Some of the towns in this county have actually supplied more 
troops to these States, particularly to Massachusetts, than to 
Maine. Other portions of the State have also, to some extent, 
contributed for organizations beyond our limits. It is to be re- 
gretted that the names and history of these persons could not 
have had a place in this department with others of their fellow- 
citizens who have gone into service in regiments and corps of our 
own organization. Orders have been promulgated forbidding the 
departure of any recruits whatever from this State until after the 



43 ABimAsn mmsnauLVs bxpobi. 

letnm to tikis office of ftill and suffideat enliBtment and deicriptm 
tolls ; but in the matter of enliBtmenta for service in regtmenli 
organising beyond the State these orders have been entirely dii^ 
vegaiided. 

The Second, Third, Fourth and Btfth Regiments actiyely par^ 
iicipated in the battle of Bull Rnn, and the surgeons of three of 
them were captured by the enemy while engaged in faithfully at^ 
tending the wounded of their respective regiments upon the "field 
oi battle. Althougb the rosters of each regiment (Appendix, B 
And C,) will furnish the names of these gallant officers, it is fitting 
that they should have special mention here. 

Of the Second Regiment, Doctor William H. Allen of Orono. 

Of the Fourdi Regiment, Doctor Seth C. Hunkins of Windham. 

Of the Fifth Regiment, Doctor *Benjamin F. Buxton of Warren. 

These gentlemen are now in the State upon parole. Surgeon 
AHen was honorably discharged from service at his own request 
on the twenty-first of October. Rev. John F. Mines, chaplain xgt 
the Second Regiment, was also taken prisoner with these surgeoni 
while nobly engaged in the same work of mercy. 

Arrangements have been partially perfected at the War Depart- 
ment for transmitting to parties designated by the Governor, such 
amount of the pay of individuals in service, as may be allotted. 
This plan devolves great labor upon the Paymaster General, and 
vefiects credit upon liiose with whom it originated. The co-opet- 
ation of the State and municipal authorities has been cheedully 
accorded in securing the acquiescence of soldiers in this wise ar- 
rangement for the wdfare of themselves and families. A smaD 
amount of labor and attention to the details is required during the 
orgsnisation of a company, or when it is perfected, and the allots 
ment roll in duplicate is then transmitted to Washington, securing 
beyond peradventure the receipt of the amount set apart, by the 
individuals at home designated as the recipients. No pains will 
be spared to facilitate the accomplishment of this object and in de- 
earing to the community the earnings of those serving the govemr 
ment as good soldiers in this its hour of need. The burden which 
the rebellion imposes upon this State will be greatly lightened if 
tiM monthly pay of those in service can be secured by their fami- 
Kse. All non-commissioned officers, musicians and privates may, 
with Aoe regard to their individual necessities, allot at least sevens 



ADJOTANV aWMUL'8 EIPOBT. 4) 

eighths of their pay. The ezpenditares of oine-tenihe of these 
individuals bring them only injury and render them less contented 
sad efficient. Their enlistment with the government, insures them 
a home in sickness as well as in health, an abundance of comibrtable 
clothing, and an amount of wholesome food of the best description 
that can be furnished, greater than they can consume, the surplus 
of which they can realize in cash. Those who thus leave their 
families for the preservation of our national existence, are no more 
jastified in squandering in dissipation and folly, the liberal wages 
which the government allows, than they would be in pursuing the 
like course at home under the usual circumstances of peace. The 
excess of the pay of captains and subalterns over their necessary 
expenses during a three years' service, would with economy, se- 
oore to those of moderate desires, immunity from want for the 
remainder of their days. The liberality of the government to its 
troops is unequalled by that of any other nation on the face of the 
globe, and it will indeed be lamentable if at the end of the present 
conflict it is found that any considerable number of our soldiers 
have enriched ike army sutleiy with their earnings, and returned 
to their families and friends with perverted tastes and ruined 
health. 

The returns of enrolled militia( Appendix F) for the present year» 
evince a compliance on the part of municipal officers, after repeal^ 
ed applications, in some instances, with a special request made by 
me in March last in relation to the performance of this do^» 
that Ihey should " exercise all the discrimination, care and cauttoa 
that would be needed in the anticipation of any immediate oall for 
troops, by draft or detachment, £>r actual service, — a contingency 
by no means impossible.'' 

Although the number of enrolled militia is reported as eighty- 
one thousand one hundred and forty-three, being twenty-five thou* 
Band in excess of that of last year, there can be no doubt of its 
being more nearly correct than any similar return heretofore made. 
There are in the few unretumed portions of the State, by estim» 
tion, but three hundred and fifty-eight soldiers, while in 1860, re* 
tarns were wanting from one hundred and seven towns and fift]^ 
SIX plantations. 

in 1841, with a population of little more than half a million, we 
liad almost fifky thousand militia enrolled in aooordsnce with our 
oanafeitntioiial obttgationsi in no less than sil hundred sod mnelgfi 



44 APJOTART 0I1ISSAL<8 BSPOW. 

ftina organized companies, one-third of which at least, was nxt> 
donbtedly available at a moment's warning by draft or detachment. 
When we consider that this force, comprising as it did artillerj, 
cavalry and riflemen, was, with the exception of the first named, 
wholly armed and equipped at its own expense, we may form some 
conception of what the magnitude and valoe of our militia would 
have been to the government in this emergency, had it been 
maintained upon the basis then existing. The necessity then im* 
posed by law upon the militia of keepingthemselves supplied with 
arms and equipments at their own expense, with the yearly acces- 
rions to our arsenals from the general government of everything 
requisite for the ordnance department, if properly preserved and 
modernized, as it might have been at comparatively trifling ex- 
pense, would have found us at the commencement of hostilities 
with more tiian one hundred thousand stand of arms, equal in efli* 
ciency to a majority of those furnished by the government the 
present season, to the regiments now in service. Our artillery 
would undoubtedly have been equally well provided for, and in furn- 
ishing seventy or eighty thousand well armed an^ tolerably disci- 
plined militia as a reserve from which one-third or one-fourth of 
that number could be brought into the field by voluntary enlisi^ 
ment or by draft, every requisition of the government would have 
i>een responded to at once. 

In view of the special credit which seems justly' to attach to a 
large proportion of our oflBcers who passed from positions in our 
imperfect militia organization into actual service, I think I am jus- 
tified in expressing the opinion that we could have furnished our 
quota of troops to the government with much greater facility had 
the former militia system continued, and our re^ments, in effi- 
ciency would not have suffered (as I trust they do not now) by 
a comparison with any volunteer troops in the Union. 

Such are the facilities for transportation at the present day that 
the authorized three months' services of drafted militia at the call 
of the President are fully equal to those of a year during the pe- 
riod of the last war with Great Britain, since the most remote of 
the free States can now by railroad facilities furnish its contingent 
of troops at the capital within a week from the date of the requisi- 
tion. The constitutions of the United States and of this State 
presuppose that every able-bodied white male citizen between tEe 
ages of eighteen and forty-five yean, with very few enumerated 



▲DJtTAKT aUlEALW BVOU. 4S 

exceptions, is anned and equipped at his own expense, and dalj 
enrolled in an organized company. Had these conBtitutional 
requirements been observed, the enormous expense of enlisting 
Tolnnteers, clothing and subsisting them during the period required 
to perfect their organization would have been avoided. Terj 
many of the line and some of the staff officers of our volunteer 
regiments, as well as those from other States, were, at the time of 
their being commissioned, utterly ignorant of the plainest require* 
ments of military duty, having never been enrolled as members of 
any military erganization, or performed military duty for a single 
day. A force of drafted, militia, with the officers necessarily ex» 
isting under constitutional requirements, having a personal interest 
in a free government, wholesome laws and rapid prog^ress in chriS' 
tian civilization and refinement, is, before all others, the body of 
men to oppose with arms the dismemberment of the Union. Sal* 
utary and efficient as may be the promptings of patriotism, thej 
can, in no wise, be an equivalent for the drill and discipline afford^ 
ed by an active campaign. Notwithstanding our neglect in this 
respect, Maine can now be relied upon for twentyHhousand mili- 
tia at three days' notice, unarmed and unorganized, it is true, bat 
in mental and physical power unsurpassed by any like number on 
the globe ; and in addition to this force an equal number would be 
left behind ready to take their places at the expiration of their 
term of service. The immense advantages of our form of govern, 
ment's being such as to ^enable every free State to furnish at short 
notice from voluntary enlistment a larger army than the United 
States government has ever raised in the same time, and still leave 
uncalled for, as is shown by records here, four times the number 
furnished, is too striking an illustration of its entirety and of the 
rapid progress made in population, wealth and civilization under 
its influences to admit of its perfection's being controverted. 

It would indeed be unfortunate if in the present emergency no 
occasion should require the thousands of reserved, unorganized 
forces to be called upon for active service, who are so capable of 
doing honor to themselves and to the government, but who in the 
absence of necessity or compulsion will be content to leave the 
battles of the country to be fought by volunteers, while they 
merely contribute their proportion of the requisite expenses. 

The advantages of having a majority of the adult male population 
of a commonwealth rendered subject to a regular militaiy organiaa* 



40 AB^TTITAirr •MBRAL'S BBPORT. 

tfon cannot well be overestimated ; and while this ought, in all 
peepeete to be amply safficient for the common secaritj, it should 
not in the least lessen the opportunities afforded for the education 
of youth, or interfere with the harmonious and complete efficiency 
of all the various vocations of life. The discipline required by 
voch an organization would, if rigidly directed and enforced, im- 
prove the physical condition of the people by increasing their 
muscular activity and power of endurance, elevating the standard 
of bodily health, and tending in every respect towards th^ devel- 
opment of a mature and perfect manhood ; it would render the 
members of the State better citizens, more thoroughly obedient to 
law and all constituted authority, more deeply imbued with the 
love of country and its institutions, and engender a personal pride 
and interest in their protection and perpetuity. 

A blind and reckless pursuit of wealth, with the pleasures and 
vices which invariably accompany its possession, has in all coun- 
tries and in every age tended to emasculate true manhood ; and in 
proportion as any people have grown wealthy and luxurious, they 
have become' demoralized and effeminate. History affords no 
instance of such a government which has not fallen from its high 
standing among nations, lost its national pride and self-respect, 
become incapable of defence either against its foreign or domestic 
fbes, and thus paved the way to its final destruction. 

The appalling events of the present year, unequalled in interest 
and importance, have clearly shown the immeasurable advantages 
accruing to a popular form of government, from the maintenance, 
at all times, of a well organized and disciplined militia, in accord- 
ance with the requirements of the constitution, and at whatever 
necessary expense. Such a system teaches officers to command 
and soldiers to obey, and were this all it were well worth the cost. 
It measurably familiarizes troops with the sacrifices and hardships 
as well as the pleasures attendant upon the performance of mili- 
tary duty, and affords some opportunity for acquiring a practical 
knowledge of the economical administration, in detail, of efficient 
staff, camp and field organizations. 

The founders of this republic, during the long struggles of the 
Bevolution, acquired a full and abiding conviction of the almost 
priceless value to a free, representative government of the adop- 
tion of the requisite measures for its preservation ; hence their 
frequent and earnest inculcations upon their successors, of the 



AOJDTAIIZ QJDUnULV EVOn. 47 

importance of a citizen soldiery. " A well regulated militia being 
necesBary for the security of a free state — " was their deliberately 
Eecorded opinion respecting this institution. Long years of nnin* 
terrupted peace had led us to believe that it was our privilege tp 
eijoy all the advaiitages of a free government, the best since the 
world began, without adopting any measures for its protection and 
perpetuity, just as we enjoy the light and heat of the sun. A mil* 
itia system has for years been regarded in this State, as one for the 
oontinuance and fostering care of which, there existed not the 
slightest necessity ; and the being obliged to devote two or three 
dftys annually, to the maintenance of such an organization, hae 
been considered as oppressive and worse than useless. Although 
il bad subserved the purposes for which it was created, in both the 
first and second wars with Oreat Britain, yet peace had so long 
dwelt within our borders, it was believed that war would never 
agein disturb us. 

The great difficulty to be surmounted in hastily preparing a mit 
ilary organization from citizens wholly unaccustomed to suchdufy, 
is in requiring them constantly to remember that the few necessa- 
lily clothed with authority, are to command, and the many to obey, 
promptly, unhesitatingly and implicitly; that the common courteeiee 
of business and domestic life among neighbors and townsmen are 
temporarily suspended, and that prompt obedience to the com- 
mands of a superior, be be the commander-in-chief or a corporal, is 
altogether ii^ispensable in a military organization. Upon the de- 
gree of perfection to which this principle is carried, depends the 
efficiency or inefficiency of any corps. The entire suspension for 
years, of military duty in any community, will necessarily render 
it difficult for its citizens, when called into service, to yield cheer- 
fiiUy to the seeming imperiousness of one in authority, who in civil 
life occupied a position subordinate perhaps, to their own. The 
teaching of tSe great mass of the rank and file in any arm of active 
service, necessary to render it formidable, may be acquired in a 
comparatively brief period, if complete subordination exists ; but 
es there are few born to command, and these are not invariablyi 
Bor, perhaps, frequently called upon to do so, it may be assumed 
&at practice and experience in the elementary and ordinary details 
of duty, are absolutely necessary to any man, before undertaking 
to impart it to others. The absence of all opportunity to acquire 
. tiieaef from tbe virtual abrogation of a militia system, affords tke 



48 AMirCAHT aSVBBAL'B BKPORT. 

real explanation of the want of immediate discipline and efficiency 
in all our regiments. 

From the eager ambition which is found among persons of al* 
most all conditions of life for commissions in the volunteer service, 
it is apprehended that few are fally aware of the nature and mag^ 
nitude of the duties which they must necessarily be called upon to 
perform. However skilled an officer may be in the school of the 
soldier, company and battalion, or however good his faculty for 
imparting his knowledge to those in his command, he is but poorly 
qualified for the discharge of his duties if he considers these all. 
Every thing conducive to the health, comfort and efficiency of his 
charge should engage his constant care and attention. There 
should be a careful inspection of the clothing and equipments * 
issued by the quarter-master, to see that they be correct in kind 
.and quantity, and an exact charge made thereof to each individ- 
ual ; an examination of rations, to see that they are wholesome 
and sufficient ; a supervision of the cookiug, that it be done with 
neatness, skill and economy, that the food is served with as much 
regularity as is consistent with the exigencies of the service, and 
that sufficient quantities are seasonably prepared for sentinels, 
pickets, scouting parties or other detached duty, and for marches ; 
that the washing and mending of garments and the personal clean- 
liness of the men is enforced ; that the straw or other material 
«s^d for beds is frequently changed, and the bedding often aired 
and washed ; that the tents or huts and the grounds about them 
are kept neat ; that the offal of the camp is daily removed ; that 
the location of the sinks is favorable ; that injurious liquors and 
eatables are excluded ; that all rolls, records and returns be made 
out promptly, correctly, and carefully preserved ; that all requisi^ 
tions are seasonably made upon the proper officer and accurately 
answered ;- that all receive the full amount due them, and co- 
operate in having the whole or such portion as the* soldier allots 
sent to his friends, and that the latter be seasonably notified of his 
sickness or death and all the particulars connected therewith, and 
the proper entry made upon the rolls ; if the soldier is discharged 
from service on account of disability incurred therein, to see that the 
Burgeon's certificate is furnished, and the discharge made to cor- 
respond with it ; that all arrears of pay and allowances, pension 
money and bounties to which he is entitled, are secured to him or 
his heirs, and that medical and surgical aid is promptly rendered « 



ADJUTANT GE»mRAL^8 REPOBT. 49 

eyery individual requiring it, — these comprise some of the duties of a 
commissioned officer in the service ; and whenever any individual seeks 
an appointment, he should be aware that his labors and responsibilities 
as much exceed those of a private soldier, as his own pay and emolu- 
ments are greater. 

While the office of lieutenant is responsible and important, and 
yields an income nearly equal to that of the salary of the Governor of 
this 'State, a captain's position in the service, affording increased honor 
and emolument, is one which should satisfy the ambition of all aspirants 
for military promotion, save the gifted few, who from marked natural 
ability and experience in military science, may be equal to higher com- 
mands. When it is remembered that the moral and physical welfare 
and even the lives of an hundred men are almost wholly dependent upon 
the captain, some conception may be formed of the importance of that 
position ; and it is not to be forgotten that those, in his command are to 
retom from the service to the State and their families, bringing habits 
which will reflect the influences for good or evil that he has thrown 
around them and which will control in no small degree, their future well- 
being and usefulness. No man is obliged to accept a commission in the 
service ; it is his own voluntary act ; and all the results ensuing from it, 
whatever they may be, are legitimately chargeable to his individual ac- 
count. Not less than fifty of the eight hundred officers who have been 
commissioned for regiments from this State, have been discharged for 
unfitness arising doubtless from their having mistaken their vocation. 
Had these officers been as faithful in the discharge of their duties as 
they were zealous in obtaining commissions, we might have presented a 
more favorable recced of our common misfortune. In view of the libe- 
ral pay and emoluments allowed officers as well as soldiers, and the im- 
portance in the present emergency of the moet rapid possible progress 
in military knowledge, the occasion for this exhibit is deeply to be re- 
gretted. That men destitute of the requisite qualifications for military 
trust and responsibility, should seek these positions and receive the 
compensation awarded them, without either the ability or inclination to 
advance themselves or their commands in military knowledge and disci- 
pline during the brief interval afforded the troops for that purpose, and 
occupy the places that competent men alone should fill, almost up to the 
moment of actual engagement and then abandon the service, is a state 
of things from which the government and soldiers deei^y suffer. 

We turn with pleasure from the consideration of these to anotker 
class wbo weary not in welldoing. While those who have received pro- 
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50 ADJUTANT OENEliAL'S REPORT. 

motion should have our congratulations upon their success, no less wor- 
thy of commendation are the subalterns, captains and field officers who 
still continue to occupy the positions in which they entered serrice, 
whose commands are well known and distinguished for the neatness of 
their encampments, the sobriety, cleanliness and soldierly deportment of 
their troops, the good order of their arms and equipments and the pre- 
cision and promptness of all their military movements. One such regi- 
ment possesses an esprit de corps which gives it the efficiency of two 
that are subject to frequent changes in their field and company officers, 
and especially where those officers accept places only as stepping stones 
to higher and more lucrative ones. 

The present experience of our troops in the general details of military 
knowledge, afforded by the existing rebellion, will be cheaply purchased, 
if we are destined ere it is forgotten, to come in conflict with the mother 
country or other first class power. With the sufficiency of arms which 
may be manufactured at our own workshops, forty thousand efficient 
men can be brought into the field at short notice, more especially, if 
needed for maintaining the integrity of our o^vn State ; and with an 
equal number in reserve, preparing for duty and supplying the ordinary 
depreciation of this force, one half that number may be considered per- 
manent for a contest of whatever magnitude or duration. Although the 
disbursements for military purposes made by the State during the past 
nine months, is an unusual item, it is insignificant when compared with 
the resources of our people. There are hundreds of our citizens, the 
private fortunes of any ten of whom, would reimburse the treasury and 
still leave the donors in affluence. If the patriotism of our citizens were 
put to the test in a struggle for national existence, such a spontaneous 
uprising of the people would be witnessed as would put to shame the 
best efforts of the most energetic and self-sacrificing of our erring sister 
States. From the financial and military systems adopted by the general 
government for defraying the necessary expenses and carrying on the 
present confiict, it is to be feared that too many of our citizens, both in 
and out of service, look at the details of the struggle in a pecuniary 
point of view, and are seeking from it, only pecuniary advantage. But 
let imminent invasion threaten and the emergencies of the public ser- 
vice require a draft, detachment or assembling en masse of our enrolled 
militia, and from that moment financial anxieties would be forgotten 
until the danger was past and the safety of our country secured. 

Legislation upon a militia, in contradistinction to a volunteer system 
in this and other States during the past twenty years amounts to the 



ADJUTANT 6£N£aAL'6 REPOBT. 51 

virtual abolition of one of the institutions of our government, without 
the aid of which our independence never would have been attained, and 
without which, the perpetuity of its blessings may be uncertain. The 
militia of the United States forms a distinct and important component 
part of the government, and although it is always subject to the civil 
power, no civil officer, as such, has any military authority. Soldiers can 
be commanded only by military officers duly commissioned, or non-com- 
missioned officers duly appointed. Ther^ is no authority given to any 
State in the Union to coerce into the public service a single* citizen/ 
unless he is a militia man. His being a " free, able-bodied, white male 
citizen between the ages of eighteen and forty-five years," does not con- 
stitute him a militia man. He is only liable to enrolment, and until 
he is l^ally enrolled, he is not a militia man nor subject to any military 
duty. No other person than the captain or commanding officer of the 
company can make this enrolment. Hence it is certain, that where there 
are no companies there are no commanding officers of companies, and of 
course no legal enrolments and consequently no militia. All power to 
organize and discipline the militia was given to Congress by the sixteenth 
section of the eighth article of the Constitution of the United States, 
reserving to each State the appointment of officers and the authority of 
truning the militia according to the discipline prescribed by Congress. 
Congress, by the enactments of the eighth of May, 1792, provided for the 
organization of the militia, commencing with the enrolment and arrang- 
ing the details of the entire organization into companies, battalions, regi- 
ments, brigades and divisions and designating the number and rank of the 
commissioned and non-commissioned officers necessary to each separate 
division and sub-division of the organization. Upon some of the officers 
especial duties are enjoined; the captains or commanding officers of 
companies to enroll all who are subjects of enrolment ; the brigade 
majors of each brigade to attend battalion and regimental meetings of 
the militia, and during the time they are under arms, to inspect them, 
and their arms, accoutrements and ammunition, and to superintend 
their exercises and manoeuvers and make returns to the Adjutant General 
at least once in every year of the militia of the brigade to which he 
belongs, reporting the actual condition of the arms, accoutrements and 
ammunition of the several corps, and every other thing which in his 
judgment may relate to their government and the general advancement 
of good order and discipline. This law was observed by the respective 
States and the militia system maintained with more or less efficiency, by 
Maine, at least, until within twenty years, when, although the law re- 



52 ABJXTTANT OEKERAL'S BEFOBT. 

mained in full force and unrepealed and does to this day, it was disre- 
garded and set at naught and the militia disbanded. It is to be observed 
that this law of Congress, organizing the militia, requires citizens to be 
enrolled by the captain or commanding of&cer of the company. The 
State Legislature was never invested with constitutional power to author- 
ize any other person to enroll a mUitia man. The organization of the 
militia was left with Congress, and it prescribed by enactment this system 
which now continues unrepealed, the same, except an additional pro- 
vision passed May twelfth, 1820, that " when it appears to the command- 
ing officer of a re^ment that any company within his regiment }s without 
a commissioned officer or clerk he shall require in writing the assessors 
of cities, towns or plantations in which such company is situated to make 
out and return to him within ten days a list of the names of all persons 
liable bylaw to do military duty in such company," — not to enroU 
them. At the same time. Congress, without altering or amending the 
mode of organization in the least, provided for the conditional exemption 
from military duty of certain persons between the ages of thirty and 
forty-five years. This view of the whole subject, as applicable to our 
militia enrolled under existing laws of this State, at variance with the 
constitution and laws of the United States, might in certain contingencies, 
had we less reliance upon the patriotism and public spirit of our citizens, 
occasion us deep anxiety and alarm ; but with our experience in raising 
troops by voluntary enlistment for the suppression of the present rebel- 
lion, we need have no immediate fears. I deem it to be my official duty, 
however, to recommend that such measures be initiated as will secure a 
constitutional organization of the militia, at as early a day as may be 
practicable. 

An inspection of the table (Appendix I) exhibiting the whole num- 
ber of male population, with the different ages classified, in the several 
towns and cities of this State, in connection with the enrolled militia, 
will do much towards satisfying all that Maine has the ability to perform 
no insignificant part in the present or any future national conflict. A 
considerable portion of our male population, from the hardy nature of 
their pursuits as mechanics, farmers, lumbermen, sailors and fishermen, 
constitute a material for soldiers which can hardly be equalled. Already 
have our regiments in service exhibited marked ability for overcoming 
whatever obstacles may oppose progress and success to an advancing 
column. In felling forests, constructing forts and other works of defence 
to retard the advance of opposing forces, in bridging streams, opening 
roads, converting any materials that may be at hand into comfortable 



ABJUTAKT general's BEPOBT. 53 

quarters, and in providing for any emergency or convenience, onr Maine 
troops are not excelled. Of their valor in the face of the enemy, I am 
proud to refer to official reports from disinterested sources. 

The absorption of nineteen of the most efficient of the thirty-four 
companies, which constituted the active militia of this State prior to 
April last, (Table 1, Appendix H,) with all their arms, equipments and 
camp equipage and the withdrawal of the material of five of the remain- 
ing fifteen for the same service, left so little of the militia force which 
ordinarily occupies the attention of this department and the major gen- 
erals and other officers of the volunteer militia under chapter ten of the 
Revised Statutes, that with the exception of remarking the fact shown 
in Table 3 (Appendix H) of the returns of eight of the fifteen remaining 
companies, my report upon this branch of military organizations might 
with propriety be here brought to a close. My views in relation to the 
obligations of citizens at all times to perform military duty as a small 
part of the price of their privileges, and of the Legislature to enact such 
laws regulating the militia as the constitution of the United States 
imperatively demands, are fully set forth in another part of this report. 

The Kittery Artillery, Captain M. F. Wentworth, made all necessary 
arrangements for entering the service of the general government in the 
First Regiment, Colonel Jackson ; but the great interests at stake in the 
Navy Yard at that place rendered their immediate occupation of Fort 
McClary imperative. No littie credit is due Captain Wentworth and 
his command for their promptness in entering upon a service which 
involved the disappointment of their plans and desires. 

The parading as regiments of numerous unorganized military associa- 
tions, familiarly termed *' Home Guards," during the summer and 
autumn, for drill and exercise in military discipline and for informal 
review by the major generals present, has been presented more fully in 
detail in the public prints of the day, than I am enabled to do in this 
report. The following have incidentally come to my knowledge : — 

In the Fibst Ditisiok. 
At South Newburgh, August twenty-ninth, 

At Hampden, October ninth, 

At North Newburgh, October fifteenth. 

At Bangor. 

At the three first mentioned places Colonel Amasa Walker was in 
command and F.* G. Flagg, Esq., of Hampden, Acting Adjutant ; at 
Bangor Colonel William H. Mills commanded. These three gentlemen 



54 ADJUTANT GEKSRAL'S RSPOBT. 

are all well known and of large military experience. Major General 
James H. Butler and staff reviewed the troops at Hampden and Bangor, 
and I am informed that the patriotic zeal and military enthusiasm which 
actuate the great mass of the people in the present emergency, were 
demonstrated in a most gratifying manner. 

In the Second Division but one similar demonstration is within my 
knowledge, and that occurred at Monroe on the twenty-fifth of Septem- 
ber. I am informed that a successful one was made at Benton during 
the faU. Major General Titcomb was not present at either, and I am 
without detailed information in relation to them, yet have an impression 
that the Benton occasion was a most successful one. A similar de- 
monstration is understood to have been made at Bowdoinham sometime 
in October ; but of its success, as well as the exact date and name of 
the commanding officer, I have no uiformation. 

In the Third Division, a two days' encampment of those temporary 
organizations took place at Bethel, in October, commanded by Colonel 
Moses Houghton and reviewed by Major General William W. Virgin 
and staff. At Turner, under Colonel Philo S. Clark, and at Gray, (com- 
manding officer unknown,) parades of a day each are informally report- 
ed as having taken place, all of which were eminently satisfactory. 

Though the spirit which prompted these demonstrations is a laudable 
one, its contemplation gives rise to a feeling of regret that so many of 
their prime movers should, in former years, have wearied in performing 
their duty in this respect and thus have brought our State into its pres- 
ent destitute condition in reg^d to arms, ordnance and other munitions 
of war, as well as a knowledge of their familiar use. 

The seventy-sixth section of chapter ten, of the Revised Statutes, re- 
lating to the militia, provides that *' every commanding officer of a com- 
pany raised at large" (meaning the uniformed or active militia) '' shall 
parade his company on the second Wednesday in May,^ annually, at one 
o*clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of inspecting, examining and 
taking account of all equipments of his men, in order that a thorough 
inspection may be made of all volunteer companies in the State. E^ery 
commanding officer of a company shall exercise and discipline, as well 
as inspect his company, on said day. Every commanding officer as 
aforesaid shall, in addition thereto, parade his company for exercise and 
discipline on two other days, at the hour aforesaid, by his own order." 
The eleventh section of chapter sixty-four, in addition thereto, approved 
April twenty-fifth, 1861, provides that *'for each company drill, not ex- 
ceeding two each year, officers and soldiers shall receive one dollar per 



IDJUTANT OnrSRAL'S BSPORT. 55 

day, to be paid according to a pay roll made up by the clerk of the com- 
pany, and certified to by the captain of said company/' Aa three pa- 
rades annually for exercise and discipline are required of companies, and 
provision is made to pay for the serrices of members at two only, the 
inference must be that the old time honored ** May training" is left to 
remain as it has existed from time immemorial, purely a work of patriot- 
ism. Returns of May inspections from the commanding officers of thin 
class of companies, have been received from seven only, and of these 
but two have held company drills under section eleven above quoted, en- 
titling them to compensation therefor. These services, amounting to 
ninety-one dollars and twenty cents, comprise the sum total of disburse- 
ments required the present year, by the aforesaid Act of April twenty- 
fifth. The annual compensation to aides-de-camp of Generals, Brigade 
Inspectors, Adjutants of regiments and clerks of companies, is provided 
for in section eighty-seven of chapter ten of the Revised Statutes. 

The two regimental organizations in the Second Division, were by 
order of council of March thirteenth upon the representation of General 
Titcomb, disbanded and the officers duly discharged March fourteenth. 

An order of council of March thirteenth for the organization of a 
company of Riflemen at Pembroke, was duly promulgated, but the 
immediate necessity for a military organization of a different character, 
under the Act of AprO twenty-fifth left it unperfected. 

Although near at hand, the time is somewhat uncertain at which the 
present rebellion will be fully quelled and peace and order restored to ' 
that portion of the union which is now resisting the beneficent infiuences 
of government ; hence the vagueness of estimates for an appropriation 
for the proper expenses of the quartermaster's and ordnance Depart- 
jomkU for the coming year. I will, however, submit the following, 
knowing that such modifications will be made as the exigencies of the 
case may require : — 

Three orderly officers to Major Generals, $20, 

Twenty company clerks, 10, 

Transportation of military property returned to arsenals from 

disbanded companies, 
Painting and repairing gun carriages, 
Purchase of arms. 
Pay of companies of militia for services in drill and discipline 

under Act of April, 1861, 
Incidental expenses, 

4060 00 



• 60 00 


200 00 


100 00 


100 00 


8000 00 


500 00 


1000 00 



. » •* ^«vn«toFn. to a TT^skt extsntr doriiig the past yemr, of authtsiaad 

^rf'nr^ .'>A*^ *'c,rrt\or m\iitiA lam yet in £(irce, haB r ead a t e d the nacaa- 

'-^ :' '^*ir.»^^p^f9 on that arcoont, compaiatiTeij triiiinj^. The whoia 

. y»<»f.Mt -,..!.uinw/ nritnn li*ibiliti<Mi oi preriotts yeaia, vnR not probably 

, f^. '.* nroT^frfAttofi* of f iifiM* nundred doliazs each were conditionaily 
.^'*^^ .'• .VMiolvAfl of t'jrt In^t Lfi^iaiadire, for completing the gun honaeB 
.,..«. .^f;rMrv r.imnanien and State proper t y at Auburn and Miio, 
.*-o»'rJr.r| t ^.Q^ Htimti vv^fR :4titftcient for thia purpose. The money had 
,A'^n I t(\\r\f>nH\v o':T>eiidod and it is believed that the condition of the 
,-/.jrti»«*>j :.HVA r»p<vn fully complied with. The jriin houfle at Aubuzn* 
• ^ Jr-K h>»«« h^A-n rompl<»t<*d, U torty-iivc feet long and twenty-dve feet 
•• 'f^f> nC '/f»or| fr^m^, \v«>ll underpinned^ covered and painted. The nrst 
*rtr*', ..j*»rf fof -tonne *thc ordnance and apparatus, is sseven feet in 
,r.Ut\)f. M ifh a substantial planic lioor. The nail for drill, in the second 
*fn^\ i- r\r.Tfjy ff.rvf l.ijfh in the clear, and is well and neatly fumisbed- 
'i )f* 'Tiin 5h>iim#» at \filo is thirty-six feet long and twenty-six feet wide. 
.♦iH M fhllv romp|pt*>rl without and within. It Ls two stories in height 
'••i*h on <*ntn', armory and store room for the ordnance and apparatus* 
onH 'i Inrc'o drill UhW with ante'rooms above and a room for ^^toring arms 
.md th** \'\k** in th<> attic. The building is constructed of good materials 
md in a <liiraKI«* manner. Xo a^lditional appropriations tor gun houses 
'.v-11 1)^ r'ouifpd while the present liability continues for the frequent 
r^'Tnovfjl itf flio ordnance of fbe ^tate to diiferent localities for their 
(\off^f)Of*, U would s'>em to be but simple compliance with the dictates 
nf dntv .Tpd prudoncp to secure the services of some person sudiciently 
^xp^'ri'u^^^'rl .ind capa t>lc to otiiciate, in this time of present trouble iuid 
pro^perfivv^ lander, an master of ordnance, in superintending the raanu- 
farttire within the Static f which Ls believed to be perfectly practicable j 
or pnrrha«^ cl<«ewhere of arms, ordnance and ordnance stores required 
for aminy our active and enrolled militia iind for stocking our arsenals, 

K»ttory, Portland, Wiscasset, Rockland» East !Machias, Eastport and 
lVlfa«t, upon the sea coast, each have from two to six brass six pounders, 
and th^ State has a limited supply of additional ordnance at the Bangor 
and Portland argenals for distribution to other exposed points. 

In tbo present unnatural condition of the republic I have no sugges- 
tion* for iin mediate action respecting the militia beyond those in a former 
part of (his report for initiating such steps as will secure the State that 
respect, now wanting, which will attach to it from a rigid compliance 
with the constitution and the laws. With the possibility that all avail- 
able positions for defence in ova niunerous seacoast towns must be 



ADJUTINT GXSrmAL'S BEPORT. 67 

occupied by our own citizens as soldiers, it well becomes us to be in a 
sittxstion to furnish such force at a moment's warning if need be, without 
relying, as we now must, solely upon volunteers. It wiU indeed be a 
fortunate condition of things for the State, if every able-bodied citizen 
between the ages of eighteen and forty-five years, of whatever rank, 
condition or vocation, can be coerced into the personal defence of the 
country at twenty-four hours* notice, or forfeit an amount that will 
procure for the State the services of some efficient man exempt from 
duty. 

An apology is seemingly due for the unusual delay in the issue of my 
report from the press. 

It was thought desirable that a return should be made from each com- 
pany in service, of every person now or heretofore a member, with a de- 
tailed statement of all changes from the date of mustering in to the first 
of December, with other exhibits of detail and interest which it mig^t 
be desirable to present to the public. For this purpose, blank returns 
were prepared at this office early in ^ovemb*, containing the state of 
the companies at the time they were mustered, and fowarded to the 
different regiments in ample season to have been filled out and returned 
to this office by the tenth of December. From some unexplained cause, 
none of the companies received their blanks till long after that date, and 
then only by means of repeated requests to friends in Washington and 
to the officers of the regiments, soliciting their personal attention in 
having the blanks reach their destination. Duplicates were subsequently 
furnished to several of the regiments as a matter of precaution. Upon 
receipt of the blanks, the most commendable activity was manifested by 
aU the officers of the regiments in completing and fowarding the returns 
to this office. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, 

Adjutant G&Mral. 



QUARTER-MASTER GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Immediately upon the commencement of hostilities and the requisition 
of the President for troops, all the rifled muskets, being the best pattern 
of arm in use, and the camp equipage belonging to the State, in the 
possession of organized companies of the uniformed militia, were at 
once ordered to be sent to the State Arsenal at Portland for the use of the 
First Regiment, then organizing for service. These arms with the State's 
quota from government for 1861 were more than sufficient in number 
for that purpose, leaving some in the Arsenal which were subsequently 
fowarded to other of our troops upon the Potomac. The tents answered 
a good purpose, temporarily, for that regiment and afterwards for others 
during their organization, but the greater part of them were unsuitable for 
permanent service, as they were wanting in durability, and some of the 
modem improvements for comfort. They have, however, been kept in 
requisition up to the present time for squads, companies and regiments 
during the early stages of their organization and until the issue of camp 
equipage for permanent use could be made, and some of them have been 
issued to regiments and taken into the field, thereby saving the general 
government considerable expense. All the older descriptions of arms 
belonging to the State found in the arsenals, and in the possession of 
disbanded companies, have been kept in constant use by companies and 
regiments, for drill and instruction. Not less than fifteen hundred State 
muskets have been used in this manner, to an extent that has rendered 
them almost worthless. It is impossible to secure any proper care of 
arms, from recruits totally unaccustomed to their use, and yet it is abso- 
lutely necessary that these should be issued to them for the performance 
of guard duty and instruction in the manual. 



to ADJUTANT OXHTEBAL'S BEPOBT. • 

Small Abms. 
Prior to the final organization of the First Regiment the opinion 
seemed universal among military men and the community, that all 
ofieeri, non-commisflioned officers, musicians and wagoners, going into 
serrice, should be furnished by the State with Colt's Revolvers. The 
belief at that time, that such would not be the case, would probably have 
retarded the speedy organization of that regiment and perhaps of others. 
In accordance therefore with this belief, seventeen thousand dollars were 
paid for eight hundred of these weapons which were delivered as shown 
in Appendix, G. Table 5, of issues to the regiments. Subsequent ex- 
perience has fully demonstrated the impropriety of furnishing non-com- 
missioned officers armed with muskets or rifles, any additional weapon. 
It will be observed that succeeding regiments received a less number of 
these Revolvers than the First. This was in consequence of representa- 
tions from officers in service that they were worse than useless in the 
hands of troops furnished with other fire arms. Military usage requires 
that these weapons shall be returned to our arsenals at the close of the 
service of those receiving them, or their cost be paid to the State. The 
First Regiment was, from our arsenal at Portland, furnished with seven 
hundred and twenty-eight Springfield rifle muskets, the property of the 
State. About the flrst of August, after Colonel Jackson's command had 
finished its term of mustering and had no farther occasion for them, these 
arms were put into the hands of the Sixth Regiment, Colonel Knowles. 
The character of the arms which the general government felt obliged to 
furnish our troops, was so unsatisfactory an account of their imperfections 
and inefficiency, that in view of present and supposed future require- 
ments, it was deemed advisable by the Governor and Council to make 
such purchases of weapons as would meet the wants of the soldier as 
well as relieve the general government, so far as this State was concerned, 
of the constant pressure which existed for the latest improved arms. 
About the twentieth of August, therefore, in accordance with previous 
arrangements, thirty thousand dollars were sent to Hon. Freeman H. 
Morse, United States consul a\« London, for the purchase of Enfield 
Rifles. Upon the arrival of the funds, such had been the advance in 
the price of arms that the contractor sought to evade his obligation to 
furnish them. Mr. Morse, however, succeeded in obtaining its fulfilment 
and shipped, for that remittance, nineteen hundred and sixty Enfield 
Rifles which have been duly received. Eight hundred and seventy-nine 
of them were issued to the Tenth Regiment, and one is on hand in this 
office ; the remainder in store in New York, will be issued to the Thir- 



ADJUTANT GSHIEBAL'S BSPOBT. 61 

teenth and Fourteenth Regiments. One thousand sabre bayonet rifles, 
with equipments, have also been purchased at an expense of twenty-one 
thousand and fifty-eight dollars, from which the Seventh Regiment has 
been supplied and the flank companies of the Fourth. This is regarded 
by military men generally as the most reliable and efficient weapon in 
the service. Five hundred and ninety-five Windsor Rifles belonging to 
the State, have been sent to the Ames Manufacturing Company at 
Chicopee, Massachusetts, to be furnished with sabre bayonets, which 
makes them the same description of arm as the above. The expense is 
four dollars and seventy-five cents each, and the arms are to be issued to 
the Fourth Regiment, Colonel Berry. One hundred and ninety-five 
rifle muskets and eighty-two Windsor sabre bayonet rifles were sent 
from the Portland arsenal to our regiments at Washington on the six- 
teenth of August. Two hundred and eighty-two muskets of the pattern 
of 1842 have been furmshed to the Sixth Regiment, and the balance of 
their arms was furnished by the general government. 

Obbkance. 

The very great superiority of rifled ordnance over smooth bore, in 
range, power and accuracy, has been demonstrated in the most striking 
and certain manner, since the commencement of hostilities in April last, 
as well as previously, both in this country and Europe. In view of this 
£ftct and apprehensive that all available ordnance possessed by the State 
would sooner or later be needed, it was deemed best that it should be 
put into the highest possible state of efficiency. Eighteen pieces of 
smooth bore ordnance have, accordingly, by order of the commander-in- 
chief, been satisfactorily remodelled by Messrs. Hinckley & Egery of Ban- 
gor, the larger portion of which has been tested with the most gratifying 
results, at Bangor, by my predecessor. General Davis TiUson of Rock- 
land. Five of these pieces axe now at Fort Scammel in Portland har- 
bor, two are at Wiscasset, and two at Rockland. The remainder are at 
Bangor ready for distribution to such localities as may require them. 

Under the Act passed at the extra ses^ibn of the Legislature, author- 
izing organizations of Home Guards, one company from Biddeford for 
garrisoning Fort McClary, at the United States Navy Yard in Kittery, 
and one company at Portland, for the occupation of Fort Scammel, have 
been accepted by the commander-in-chief. Informal organizations of 
similar corps at Wiscasset and Boothbay have also been recognized ; the 
foriaer of .which, under Captain R. H. Tucker, Jr., has been engaged in 
drill and experimenting with two pieces of the six pound, rifled brass 



62 ADJT7TANT GBNERAL'S V3BP0UT. 

ordnance. His experiments have demonstrated the extraordinary efficien- 
cy of these pieces. Captain Staples, at Fort Scammel, has been prac- 
tising with five similar pieces with a view of testing their accuracy. 
His results have been hardly so gratifying as those arrived at by Captain 
Tucker, yet they have been of a very satisfactory character. 

QUABTEBS. 

The municipal authorities of Portland, from the commencement of 
military operations, promptly afforded the State the use of so much of 
their new and splendid city building as was necessary to initiate and car- 
ry forward to completion all such organizations as it was deemed advisable 
to rendezvous at or near that locality. The First, Fifth, Sixth, Tenth and 
Twelfth Regiments were thus accommodated with headquarters for the 
various staff duties. The First Regiment upon its return to Portland was 
there mustered out* of service, and the Second Regiment, ColonelJameson, 
was quartered there one night on its way to Washington. This occupation 
was unavoidably more injurious to the premises than that of almost any 
other character ; hence the greater obligations of the State to that city 
for its prompt appreciation of the necessities of the service and its libe- 
ral provision for the emergency. 

The use and occupation of the State Arsenal and lot at Bangor, al- 
most throughout the entire season, for rendezvousing and quartering the 
Second Regiment and numerous squads of recruits and detachments and 
companies of volunteers, from the northern and eastern portions of the 
State, for regiments organizing at Augusta and Portland, has obviated 
the necessity of hiring, at great expense, extensive buildings and grounds 
at Bangor for that purpose. Much of the ordnance, the gun carriages 
and other munitions of war, stored at the arsenal, have, from time to 
time, been removed and necessarily left unsheltered to afford lodgings 
for the troops. For this reason, and through the careless but natural 
intermeddling of the soldiers with the small arms and appendages depos- 
ited there, the State has experienced severe loss and damage to its 
property, aside from the injuiy to the arsenal buildings and grounds 
inseparable from the tumultuous character of the occupation. 

The almost exclusive appropriation of the State House and public 
grounds in this city for organizing and equipping eight regiments of 
infantry and one of cavalry, five batteries of artillery and a company of 
sharp-shooters, as well as numerous detachments of recruits for our 
regiments already in the field, has undoubtedly saved a disbursement of 
more than twenty thousand dollars for rent and transportation. This 



ADJUTANT GBNKRAL'S BXPOBT. 63 

oecupation has afforded the Tarious staff departments more ample and 
better accommodations than it would have been possible to obtain else- 
where in the State, and from its immediate proximity to the encamp- 
ments of the troops has effected a great saving of labor and clerk and 
carriage hire. The troops themselves have enjoyed the unusual ad- 
vantages of free and constant access to the governor and council, the 
adjutant, quarter-master and pay-master generals* departments and the 
use of the numerous committee rooms and lobbies for clerical purposes 
and schools of instruction in their duties, and in cases of emergency, 
the rotunda and walks for lodging. The capacious halls of the Senate 
and House of Representatives have afforded ample accommodations for 
the payment of regiments and companies and for holding elections of 
officers. All the numerous bales and boxes of quarter-master's supplies 
and stores have found in this building a safe and convenient place of 
deposit. The location as a place of encampment for . troops cannot be 
surpassed in convenience, health and beauty. For the free and uninter- 
rupted enjoyment of many of these facilities we are indebted to Oilman 
Turner, Esq., the experienced and gentlemanly Superintendent of Public 
Buildings and Grounds. He, with his obliging assistants, has been 
indefatigable at all hours of the day and night in affording the utmost 
indulgence in all these privileges. His labors and responsibilities on 
this account have been more than quadrupled, and as his compensation 
is barely nominal, it would be the merest justice to recompense him 
liberally for his services in this behalf. 

PbO VISION FOB FaMIXIES. 

The authority given by the Legislature at its extra session, to cities 
and towns, to provide for families of enlbted soldiers, has received that 
liberal construction which accords with the preamble &nd spirit of the 
Act. Notwithstanding the entire absence of every thing compulsory 
in its phraseology and design, prompt and adequate relief has almost 
umversally been afforded by the proper authorities without evasion, neg- 
lect, or any desire to devolve the expense upon the place of the legal 
settlement of such parties, when it has been other than that of their 
residence. It has been found necessary in fulfilling the apparent inten- 
tions of the Legislature, that a no less sum than one thousand dollars 
per month, should be disbursed by each of the cities of Portland and 
Bangor in this behalf. Others of our cities are expending at the rate 
of more than five thousand dollars per annum for the same purpose. It 
may, indeed, be a question, whether this Act and the disbursements 
made in pursuance of it should be regarded as a finality, or whether 



64 ADJUTANT GBNEKAL'S BBPORT. 

some additional legislation may not be advisable, making these burdens 
more nearly equal upon all parts of the State. The equality of our 
laws, in their operation, more than aught else, commends them to the 
sense of justice of all enlightened persons. 

Appointments. 

Colonel £. K. Harding of Bath, favorably known as an able military 
and business man, was appointed at an early day Assistant Quarter- 
Master General. In the discharge of the laborious duties of this depart- 
ment he has continued up to the present time, where by his untiring 
fidelity and uniform urbanity, he has verified that confidence in his 
efficiency which prompted his appointment. Major George W. Dyer of 
Calais has very acceptably assisted in the performance of these duties 
for nearly the same period of time. These gentlemen with the temporary 
assistance of General Davis Tillson with the First Regiment at Portland, 
Colonel F. M. Sabine with the Second Regiment, and that gentleman 
and General Joseph C. Stevens with a Battalion of the Sixth at Bangor* 
and Major Aaron Hayden with the other Battalion of that regiment at 
Eastport, constitute the whole of the general staff. Majors Stetson, 
Hersey and Frye, Division Quarter-Masters of the respective Major 
Generals, were also zealous in the performance of their legitimate duties 
during the period they were retained in service. 

It is hardly to be expected that I should make mention of a £eu^ so 
widely known as the indefatigable labors of your Exellency and Staff, 
not only in the quarter-master, commissary and ordance departments, 
but in everything relating to raising and organizing our troops. 

The arduous services of the Executive Council, which, have necessarily 
been brought into constant requisition under the Act of April twenty- 
fifth, at a great Sacrifice of time and expense to them in performing the 
duties specified, are deserving honorable mention. 

The services of assistant commissaries of subsistence at the several 
places of rendezvous of regiments, Augusta, Portland, Bangor and Rock- 
land, have been faithfully and satisfactorily performed by Ai Staples, 
•Lincoln Radford, L. J. Moore and Joseph Farwell, Esquires. The duties 
of Messrs. Beal and Maxwell, keepers of the State arsenals at Portland 
and Bangor, have been rendered arduous in receiving and issuing arms, 
eq;aipment8, camp equipage and other munitions of war to troops in all 
stages of organization, and their labors have been faithfully performed. 
Through the watchfulness and care of these gentlemen, the State and 
general government have been saved much loss and injury to property. 



ADJtrrAKT oeniral's bepobt. 65 

Oboanizatiokb and Dibbvbsemekts. 
Although the principal items of expense in raising and organising 
aU troops in this State, for the service of the general government, heyond 
the ten regiments and the corps of rifle sharp-shooters, was designed to 
be provided for by the War Department, a large amount of disburse- 
ments for blanks, printing, stationery, express carriage, trucking, trans- 
portation of goods, furnishing arms and partial camp equipage, rent and 
occupation of buildings and grounds for companies and regiments while 
organizing, and numerous other expenses, have devolved directly upon 
the State. No delay, however, has been allowed to retard the progress 
of the work, for want of any of the necessary and indispensable require- 
ments from the government. The commander-in-chief and a corps of staff 
officers have been constantly in service supervising and directing the 
entire duty of enlisting, organizing and equipping the troops for the 
government. This service has involved all the arduous details which 
were required in getting up the ten regiments, upon ever}'' Department 
except the Treasury. The constant services of two experienced persons 
are necessary in ascertaining the arrival of squads of recruits and the 
correctness of their enlistment and description upon rolls in triplicate, 
which are often required anew after their arrival, and in aiding and in- 
structing them in the preparation of their muster and other rolls, and 
their accounts for allowance. 

It may hardly be necessary to call attention to the fact, patent to all 
who were cognizant of the unparalleled rapidity with which regiments 
were enlisted in May and June, of the utter impossibility of securing 
none but able-bodied men for the service. The eagerness of many to 
enter the service in the emergency then existing, inclined them to regard 
lightly chronic difficulties, which, perhaps, but rarely occasioned them 
annoyance ; forgetting that unusual exposure and the change of climate, 
diet and habits consequent upon military service, must inevitably aggra- 
Tate the worst 83rmptoms of their disease. After enlisting and proceed- 
ing, perhaps, to the regimental rendezvous, the soldier would endure 
much concealed suffering before submitting to the mortification of mak- 
ing known his infirmities and leaving the service. In some instanced, 
• such persons have been mustered into the United States service and re- 
paired to the seat of war, subjecting the government to great embarrass- 
ment and expense, until they were sent home upon a discharge for disa- 
bility. In all cases in which such men were discharged before leaving 
the State, the expenses of enlisting, transporting, subsisting, and, in 
some instances, clothing them, were incurred without the fault of any 
9 



66 JLIKIOTJUST OnnBAL'B BBPtttT. 

one bat the recruits thenudTes. These expenses and inconvemences 
were the unavoidable result of the brief period afforded iiar raising and 
organizing our regiments for immediate service. 

Notwithstanding that the maintenance of all troops raised for and 
mustered into its service, is as much a part of the duty of the general 
government as the payment of their monthly wages, such has been the 
demand upon the quarter-master and commissary departments at Wash- 
ington for the requisite supplies, especially during the earlier stages of 
hostilities, that it has been expected, even up to the present time, that 
the States would continue to furnish articles of indespensable use when 
the United States found it inconvenient to do so. With this understand- 
ing, supplies have been forwarded to our regiments, which are principally 
comprised in the exhibit of issues to each. (Appendix G, Table 5.) 

I deem it proper in this connection to make mention of the liberal 
donations of necessary articles of clothing, food and hospital stores for 
the soldiers, made by citizens, and especially by the ladies, of all parts 
of the State from which troops have been sent into service. The use of 
these articles has afforded them great satisfaction and comfort, relieving 
the wants of the needy and suffering and soothing the fevered restlessness 
and yearnings of those prostrated by disease, some of whom were not 
permitted to behold again in this world the countenances of those they 
loved at home. In all these cases, the donors have the rich reward of a 
consciousness of sufferings relieved and death rendered less unwelcome 
by the exercise of their thoughtful and timely benevolence. 

Rail Roads. 

It is hardly possible for a community so highly favored with all the 
modem facilities for transportation as ours has long been, to do justice 
to the mightiest agent of all in seasonably accomplishing the purposes 
of government for the suppression of the existing rebellion. It is un- 
necessary to say that this instrumentality is the rail road without the aid 
of which an enormous expense would have accrued for the transportation 
of troops and all the munitions of war, in addition to delays, uncertain- 
ties, destruction and depreciation of property and loss of life. This 
Department takes pleasure in acknowledging the general spirit of ac- . 
commodation which has been manifested by the superintendents and 
conductors of all the rail roads in this State as well as others, which 
have transported our troops and munitions of war, at a moment's warning, 
without the loss of a single life, a dollar's worth of property, or ii^nry to 
any animal or article. 



ADTOTAST OBRSRAL'B BXPOBT. 67 

The loss of life by drowning, from steamers, may with propriety be 
excepted from the foregoing acknowledgment. 

Quabteb-Masteb Supplies. 
The amount of supplies, issued by the quarter-master to the several 
regiments, varies in some cases from the number of men mustered into 
service, beyond the ordinary margin for rejected, discharged and deserted 
men. This results from the new basis of organization required by the 
proclamation of the President, dated May third, 1861. In pursuance of 
that proclamation the commander-in-chief, in General Order, No. 29, of 
May twenty-fourth, (Appendix A,) applicable to the Third, Fourth, Fifth 
and Sixth Regiments, directed the captains of companies attached to 
these regiments, to discharge such of their men as declined to enlist for 
an additional year's service. Many of these men, at the time of their 
enlistment, stood in immediate need of clothing, which was obliged to 
be furnished according to their respective necessities. More or less of 
this appears as lost to the Department on account of the departure of 
these men to their homes without waiting for settlement or discharge, 
when in fact a large portion, if not all, of such indebtedness would be 
cancelled by wages due them for service. At the time <^ being pre- 
sented for mustering into the United States service, many enlisted men 
were found physically unable to answer the requirements. In numerous 
instances weeks had elapsed since their enlistment, and, in the interval, 
it was found absolutely necessary to clothe them. As these men, in 
case of rejection, were entitled to neither pay nor clothing, that amount 
is unavoidably disbursed without any appreciable equivalent. But, in 
view of the trifling cost of enlisting and organizing a regiment of State 
volunteers for the United States service, in comparison with that attend* 
ant upon a similar force for the regular army, it is not for a moment 
doubted that the general government will promptly recognize all ex- 
penses incurred, and hereafter reimburse the State. 

C0]CPI»A.INTS. 

Whatever complaint may have' been heard of expense or delay in 
raising and organizing troops in this State during the present year, it 
wiU be found to have proceeded from those who are not themselves 
members of any arm of service and who are practically but little ac- 
quainted with its requirements. While it cannot be denied that some 
portions of the necessary outfits of the soldiers could now be procured, 
of better quality and at less expense than was for a time attainable, and 



68 ADJUTANT general's BEPOBT. 

particolar corps could perhaps be raised and organized in a mode 
different from that adopted, and more speedily ; yet it is a matter of snr* 
prise, in view of the fact that for years, indifference alone, to the sug- 
gestions of those who have sought to place the militia of this State in a 
condition for service, has been manifested by legislative bodies as well 
as our citizens generally, that so highly satisfactory results could have 
been accomplished in this period of trial and danger as h|ive crowned 
our efforts the present year. 

HoSFITAIiS. 

Doctor Alonzo Qarcelon of Lewiston, well known and esteemed as a 
medical gentleman of reputation, was appointed, on the twenty-fifth of 
April, Hospital Surgeon. The organization of the First Regiment at 
Portland, naturally induced the location of the general hospital at that 
place, with branches as required by the progressive organizations of 
regiments and battalions at Augusta, Bangor, Rockland and Eastport. 
The general hospital was not only under the supervision of Surgeon 
Qarcelon, but its inmates, so far as was practicable, received his per- 
sonal services. The sickness at the hospital of one hundred and fifty 
men of the First Regiment at one time, and of more or less constantly 
until it left the State, with but one death and that from delirium tremens, 
affords the best evidence of the skill and faithfulness of the Surgeon and 
his assistants. The organization of the Fifth, Sixth, Tenth and Twelfth 
Regiments at Portland, has furnished many patients for that hospital. 
This with the doctor's personal supervision of those at the other regimen- 
tal rendezvous, and the fitting out of each regiment with a supply of 
medicines, hospital stores and surgical instruments, in addition to his 
duties as chief of the Medical Examining Board, will furnish some idea 
of the nature and extent of his labors. 

The First Regiment of Cavalry, Colonel Goddard, was organized 
prior to the departure of the Eleventh. Since that time there have been 
and still are at Augusta, in addition to this, three regiments of infantry 
and five batteries of artillery. These multiplied sources of sickness 
have necessarily drawn largely upon the time and skill of the hospital 
surgeon ; he has, however, during this time received most valuable aid 
from Surgeon Hunkins of the Fourth Regiment. This gentleman has 
been indefatigable in his labors at the hospitals in Portland and Augusta 
since his release. 

The unavoidable delay in organizing the field and staff of the first 
ten regiments, arising from constitutional provisions respecting their 



AOJUTiirr gbnb&al's bbpobt. 69 

Section by the captains and subalterns, until the companies were loll 
and mustered in, deprived the hospitals, in a great degree, of the services 
of regimental surgeons, and rendered other professional aid necessary. 
Doctor McRuer, of Bangor, now brigade surgeon in the army of the 
Potomac, with Doctors Sanger of the Sixth, -and Mason, both also of 
Bangor, the latter of extensive and successful army and navy practice ; 
and Doctor Ellis of Augusta, with the aid of surgeons and assistant 
surgeons of regiments organized since the Tenth, have been very suc- 
cessful in the treatment of the numerous diseases incident to camp life. 
The extraordinary prevalence of the measles among our troops, as well 
as those of other States, may probably be attributed to collecting to- 
gether large bodies of men and the necessary change in their habits and 
diet. The number of deaths from disease among the seventeen thousand 
men organized during the year in this State, not counting the number of 
recruits rejected, does not exceed that of any other community of like 
numbers within our limits. This speaks well for the sanitary arrange- 
ments for our soldiers while under our immediate control. The sum 
already paid for the entire local and regimental hospitals and outfits of 
regiments is — $9,290 34 

The unsettled bills, (estimated,) 5,000 00 

14,290,34 

At the commencement of the campaign the Hospital Surgeon estimated 
these charges at fifteen hundred dollars for each regiment. 



United States. 

The amounts here shown (Appendix G, Table 1,) comprise only moneys 
already paid. The occupation of Forts McClary and Scammel was 
desired and authorized by the general government, and the mustering in 
of our troops at a subsequent day, is by its order to take effect from the 
date of the respective occupations. "Wages are due such of the soldiers 
of both forts as declined being mustered into the United States service, 
as well as to those who were mustered and yet remain in service. The 
expense of subsisting Captain Staples' company also remains unpaid. 

The ordnance, small arms and equipments, required for these forts and 
for Fort Sullivan as well as at Wiscasset have been furnished from our 
State arsenals and are found enumerated (Appendix G, Table 2,) with 
other munitions of war. Nineteen hundred and twenty-two sabre 
bayonet rifles, Springfield rifle muskets and muskets of the pattern of 



70 ADJUTANT GBETERAL'S EBPOBT. 

1842, from our own arsenals have been furnished our regiments and to 
these forts; the former, to displace the smooth bore muskets of 1840 
provided them by government, the account of which does not appear 
under the head of *' small arms," since they were originally issued to the 
State, as a portion of its quota of arms, in former years. 

Ikcidsntai. Exfekses.. 
The first three items (Appendix G, Table 1,) amounting to five thous- 
and eight hundred and sixty dollars and eighteen cents are all legitimately, 
recruiting or enlisting expenses, a portion of the items for drilling and 
clerkships ; some of those for travel and expenses of simdry agents and 
employees were incurred for enlisting men and organizing companies and 
regiments. 

Clothing. 

This important item, (Appendix G, Table 1,) more than one fourth 
of the entire cost of raising our ten regiments and fitting them fully for 
service, will be found upon examination to comprise goods of descriptions 
manufactured and furnished mostly by our own citizens. The amount 
paid for canteens, straps, knapsacks and haversacks, almost one tenth 
of the whole, might be supposed to come properly under the head of 
accoutrements and equipments, but military usage locates them here. 

The clothing, uniforms and equipments for the First Regiment, in 
consequence of the "urgency of the case, admitting no delay, were to a 
considerable extent purchased in Boston, as they were not attainable, or 
supposed not to be, here. Purchases of every description for the 
quarter-master, commissary and ordnance departments, for all other of our 
troops sent into service, have, as far as possible, been made of citizens 
of our own State ; and contracts for manufacturing every kind of articles 
required in the service have also invariably been made with our own 
citizens when practicable, and upon terms equally favorable with those 
ofiered by residents of other States. A list is being prepared, of the 
names of all persons who have furnished supplies for the service, with a 
specification of the articles, prices and total amount *paid eaoh. 

ACCOUTBEMENTS AXD EQUIPMENTS. 

The aggregate of items under this head (Appendix G, Table 1,) all 
of which except the first were got up in this State, and at a hss price 
than is known to have been paid elsewhere, is exclusive of the cost of 



ANOTANT OHNBBAL's BIPOBT. 71 

one thousand sets purchased of Massachusetts and about the same num- 
ber issued from those on hand at our arsenals at the commencement of 
hostilities. 

Tbansportation. 
This head (Appendix Q, Table 1,) includes the charges made by 
teams, stages and steamboats for bringing recruits and companies to 
regimental rendezvous, and is properly a part of the expenses of en- 
listing. A large portion of the railroad bills is for the transportation of 
our regiments from Boston to New York, and the most of the balance 
for freight on goods within the State. ** By Express,*' is for transporta- 
tion of goods and packages of blanks tind'the like to re^mental rendez- 
vous, recruiting officers, 6cc. Almost the entire amount due railroads 
in this State and elsewhere, except the Fall River Line, it is believed, 
will be paid by the general government direct. 

EQtnPAOE. 

Forty thousand dollars at least of this amount (Appendix G, Table 1,) 
and indeed all that could be, was purchased of our own citizens. The 
tents are acknowledged to be ftiperior, in point of health, comfort and 
appearance to those of regiments from any other State. The drums, 
furnished by Mr. Blake of Farmington, are unequaled by those of any 
manufacturer whose work has come into the State. 

Books, Blakks akd Pbiktxng. 

This (Appendix O, Table 1,) includes all the articles of these descrip- 
tions furnished the regiments as well as the various staff departments, 
the executive and this office. There is still due for these supplies a con- 
siderable amount which has unavoidably accrued for the service since 
completing the organization of the ten regiments, and which was expect- 
ed to be furnished by the general government. 

Wagons, Ambulances and Habnesses. 
All of these articles (Appendix G, Table 1 ,) were purchased of our 
own citizens, and, for materials, w'orkmanship and cost, compare very 
fiivorably with similar property from other States. In consequence of 
some delay attending the inspection of army wagons, the payment for 
a few of them is not included in the exhibit for this year. 



72 ADJUTANT general's BEPOBT. 

HOBSES. 

The very large amount of money disbursed to our citizens for horses, 
requires a passing remark. This sum (Appendix G, Table 1,) is about 
one nineteenth of the entire expenditures of the one million appropria- 
tion, and is exclusive of the cost of some sixteen to eighteen hundred 
horses, purchased and paid for directly by the government. The gentle- 
men principally engaged in effecting these purchases were Mr. Dane, 
State Treasurer, Colonel Stanley and Mr. Ricker of Augusta, Messrs. 
Arnold and Danforth of Bangor, Morrison of East Corinth, B. P. Gil- 
man of Orono, Ebenezer Woodbury of Houlton, Captain Ripley of Paris, 
Messrs. Holbrook of Oxford, Dingley of Auburn, and a few others whose 
names do not now occur to me*. The very superior class of horses which 
they succeeded in obtaining and the low prices paid, have been the sub- 
ject of universal remark and satisfaction throughout the State, and at 
Washington, by those who have seen and examined the animals. To 
Mr. Ricker, perhaps, is due the credit of demonstrating the feasibility 
of transporting horses by railroads and steamboats from Augusta to 
Washington, without a dollar's injury or the least discomfort to any one 
of them. This getnleman and Mr. Woodbury, of Houlton, have super- 
intended this important part of the publ^ service. 

Subsistence and Quaetehs. 
The amount paid under this head (Appendix G, Table 1,) includes 
the board and lodging of all of our ten regiments, from the date of 
the organization of companies until they went into camp, their sub- 
sistence, and, in some instances, quarters, from that time till they were 
mustered into the service of the United States, and three or more days' 
rations subsequent to that time. The subsistence of some twenty unat- 
tached companies, (nearly all of which are now in service, though under 
different organizations in some cases,) from the date of their organiza- 
tion until they were mustered for payment and discharged, or put upon 
leave of absence or drill without subsistence or quarters, is also com- 
prised under this head. In strictness, all these last named expenses, 
and so much of those of the companies composing the regiments as ac- 
crued between the date of their organization and that of their arrival at 
the regimental rendezvous, pertain to expenses of enlistments. The 
separation of the items at a future day is entirely practicable, and no 
loss or inconvenience can arise from now consolidating the whole. The 
sum of payments comprises a large portion of the whole amount of ex- 



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ADJUTANT GBNUAL's BKPOBT* 73 

pense incurred on these accounts. The loss of some original papers by 
claimants and the absence of certificates of recruiting officers, or other 
indispensable prerequisite for their approval, has occasioned the suspen- 
sion of some claims. The amount of unliquidated claims, which must 
hereafter be paid on this account, I estimate at about sis thousand doUars. 

AHMtnnTiON. 

As thirty thousand ball cartridges were purchased of Massachusetts 
for the First Regiment, and those for all other troops sent from the State, 
except revolver ammunition, were provided by government from the Ken- 
nebec arsenal, the item (Appendix G^ Table 1,) of almost eight hun- 
dred dollars for powder, may need explanation. The consumption at 
the forts garrisoned by our troops ; by our regiments at their encamp- 
ments for guard duty, target practice and morning and evening gun ; the 
experiments with our rifled ordnance, as well as smooth bore guns, with 
the various modem projectiles and round shot, and a considerable quan- 
tity still on hand, makes up the total purchased. 

Desebtess. 

With the eagerness of our people for enlistment in the service, ex- 
ceeding anything ever before witnessed, it may seem surprising that any 
desertions should occur. Yet in that very eagerness is foimd the expla- 
nation of the occasion for surprise. The enlistments were necessarily 
made in the most unpremeditated manner, and many who made contracts 
for service were men of impulsive temperament, who enlisted without 
realizing the unsuitable condition of their domestic and business affairs 
for their profracted absence. Men of character and standing (and of 
such is the larger portion of our regiments,) thus enlistmg, have remained 
fiadthful, regardless of pecuniary or other considerations, while those of 
a class widely different, lacked the firmness requisite for the occasion. 
Very many, however, of the latter, have voluntarily returned to duty 
after a brief absence to their homes. Another and comparatively a very 
small class, such as is to be found in every community, had no definite 
ideas of the undertaking beyond the receipt of the liberal bounty be- 
stowed by the State upon those enlisting. By far the most potent cause, 
and that which occasioned more than one half of all the desertions from 
the Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Regiments, was the retreat from 
the disastrous field of Bull Run, inducing the belief in some minds, per- 
haps, that their organizations had ceased to exist. It might, perhaps, 



74 ADJUTANT OffllBBAL'S BEPOBT. 

bftTe been proper to have left the expense of returning those who had 
been mastered into the United States service, to the authorities of the 
general gOTemment ; but, in the present emergency, every facility of 
Uus character that can be afforded the government by this State is de- 
manded at our hands. A disposition, on the part of the authorities of 
the State and general governments connected with military organizations, 
to treat these cases with leniency, is believed to be conducive to the best 
interests of the public service. I estimate the amount due for arrests, 
board, and fees incurred in this behalf, at about eleven hundred dollars. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, 

Acting Quarter-Mastef OeneraL 



PAYMASTER GENERAL'S REPORT. 



The bounty provided for persons enlisting for service out of the State, 
although exceedingly liberal in view of the pay and allowances provided 
for such service, has involved even a larger expenditure than was antici* 
pated. This has occured from graduating it» in conformity with the Act, 
to the rank of the party, instead of defining the amount of reward for a 
Tolantary enlistment, which should of course be the same in all cases. 

Those persons appointed first sergeants of companies have received a 
bounty of forty dollars, their monthly pay being half that sum, while 
privates, equally self-sacrificing, patriotic and meritorious, were paid 
but twenty-two dollars, their monthly pay at that time being but eleven 
dollars. Thus, in each of the ten regiments raised for service, ninety 
non-commissioned officers have received eight hundred and twenty 
dollars more than the same number of privates. It is thought that such 
was not the intention of the Legislature, but the imavoidable haste re- 
quired in its deliberations at the extra session necessarily involved trifling 
errors. The total amount of bounties paid under this Act has reached 
the sum of one hundred and ninety-five thousand dollars. In addition 
to this, there are some men in service to whom bounty is due. The law 
giving this liberal gratuity provides that it shall be paid them when actu- 
ally mustered into the service of the United States. Persons enlisted 
at the regimental rendezvous, or elsewhere, after the mustering of a 
regiii^ent was completed and the rolls returned, would not be legally en» 
titled to receive, nor would a disbursing officer of the State be safe in 
paying bounty until they had arrived at the seat of war and been duly 
mustered into the United States service. Sufficient evidence of that fact 
and of the enlistment, enrolment and description being duly made and 
certified to this office, by the colonel of the regiment or captain of the 
company to which the soldier belongs, accompanied by a copy of the 
desmption and duplicate bounty receipts and an order for payment, will 



76 ADJUTANT general's BBPOBT. 

secure the amount due each individual. Some men, thus enlisted after 
the usual time, continue months in service without heing duly mustered. 
Such neglect on the part of officers is highly reprehensible, as, in that 
case, the soldier meanwhile can have no claim for State bounty, and, if 
disabled or killed in service, he or his heirs are not entitled to pension 
or bounty under existing laws, but must seek their remedy by petition- 
ing Congress for a special Act in their behalf. The bounty paid the 
First and second Regiments before being mustered, was under peculiar 
circumstances and established no precedent for the departure from the 
letter and spirit of the law, by virtue of which, alone, it is payable. 

Our ten regiments, with the exception of the First and Second, were 
paid bounty when mustered into the service of the United States. At 
the time of the payment of wages and bounty to the First at Portland, 
on the twenty-sixth of April, by S. E. Spring, Esq., Assistant Paymaster 
General, it was supposed they would immediately be mustered into the 
service of the United States ; but this was delayed until the third of 
May, when they were mustered by Captain Gardiner of the United States 
Dragoons, and muster and pay rolls were subsequently made up for the 
pay of the intervening days and the funds sent to Washington and dis- 
bursed- to the regiment by Major George W. Dyer. The Second Regi- 
ment being ordered forward at an earlier day than was anticipated, in 
consequence of the unfortunate delay of the First, at Portland, from 
sickness, it was deemed advisable that the former should receive bounty 
with its payment of monthly wages, which was made by General Samuel 
F. Hersey, Assistant Paymaster General, at Bangor, May thirteenth. 
This regiment was mustered into the United States service at Willef s 
Point, Long Island, New York, on the twenty-eighth of May, by Lieu- 
tenant M. Coggswell of the Tenth United States Infantry. Muster and 
pay rolls were prepared for the fourteen days' pay due them for the time 
intervening between the day of payment at Bangor, and that of mus- 
tering in New York, and forwarded with the requisite funds, by Major 
Frederic Robie, United States Paymaster, formerly of this State, who 
disbursed the amount to them. 

Bounty and monthly wages were paid the Third Regiment, at Augus- 
ta, by Assistant Paymaster General Samuel Cony, on the fourth of June, 
and they were mustered into the service of the United States the same 
day, by Captain Thomas Hight of the United States Dragoons. 

The Fourth Regiment, at Rockland, received monthly wages from As- 
sistant Paymaster General Francis Cobb, on the thirty-first of May, and 
again, from him, at the same place, with bounty, June sixteenth. It was 



JU>JnTANT oenssal's bepobt. 77 

mustered into the sendee of the United States by Captain Hight, June 
fifteenth. 

The Fifth Regiment received a pa3rment of wages at Portland, June 
thirteenth, at the hands of Hon. Nathan Dane, State Treasurer, and 
again, from the same gentleman, with bounty, June twenty-fifth. This 
regiment was mustered into the United States service, June twenty- 
finiiih, by Captain Hight. 

The Eastport Battalion of the Sixth Regiment was paid at that place, 
on the thirty-first day of May, by Major George W. Dyer, and the Ban- 
gor Battalion, in that city, on the same day, by Colonel F. M. Sabine. 
After the completion of the regimental organization, the Sixth received 
the balance of monthly wages and botinty from General S. F. Hersey, 
at Portland, June sixteenth. This regiment was mustered into the Unit- 
ed States service, July fifteenth, by Captain Hight. 

Of the Seventh Regiment, company A, Captain Freeze, having been 
long in camp before the organization of the regiment, received the pay- 
ment of monthly wages from the acting Paymaster General, prior to the 
mastering of the regiment for payment, which received monthly wages 
and bounty at Augusta, on the twenty-second of August, from Assistant 
Paymaster General Cony. Captain Thomas Hight mustered this regiment 
into the service of the United States on the twenty-first of August. 

The Eighth Regiment was mustered for payment at Augusta, and paid 
by Assistant Paymaster General Cony on the ninth of September, having 
been mustered into the United States service on the seventh by Captain 
Hight. 

The Ninth Regiment was mustered for payment and paid at Augusta 
on the twenty-third of September by Assistant Paymaster General Cony, 
and was mustered into government service the previous day by Captain 
Hig^t. 

The Tenth Regiment was paid bounty and wages at Portland by Assist- 
ant Paymaster General Cony on the fourth of October, and was mustered 
into the United States service the previous day by Colonel Seth Eastman, 
of the United States Infantry. 

Instances occurred in making company and regimental payments, in 
which soldiers were absent on furlough or sick in the hospital or at home 
upon pay day, some of whom were discharged subsequently or have 
joined their respective commands without being paid. Some balances 
are believed also to be due to officers who left the State on such notice 
as precluded a setdement of their accounts with the Quarter-Master^s 
Department. The payments to unattached companies mentioned in the 



78 

body of my report, were made by ColonelB MiUer and Wildes of the 
staff of the commander-in-chief, and Francis Chase, Esquire, of Augusta, 
and other gentlemen temporarily in the Pay and Quaiter-Master^s 
Departments of the service. The employment of diffinent individuals, 
for disbursing this comparatively small amount, was an eeonomicAl 
arrangement, rendered necessary by die remoteness of die companies 
from each other, and from the desire of an early termination of the 
liability of the State to the members of those organizations. A small 
amount is yet due individuals not present at the company rendezvous at 
the time of payment. 

The payment of the major generals and their respective stafi was made 
by the assistant paymasters of regiments within their Divisions and is 
included under the head of Regimental Pay Rolls. (Appendix G. Table 
1.) The items of pay of military staff officers, under the head of 
"Incidental Expenses," (Appendix Q, Table 1,) comprises the remunera- 
tion of the temporary appointees of the Quarter-Master and a portion of 
the Paymaster Departments and the staff of the commander-in-chieL 
A part of the compensation of these and other staff officers of these 
departments remains unpaid. 

In accordance with the positive directions of your Excellency, no pains 
have been spared in causing every officer and soldier of the ten regiments 
and the company of sharp-shooters to be paid die utmost cent to which 
he was entided up to the moment of being mustered into the service of 
the United States, in all cases in which this was done before leaving die 
State. Although the Second Regiment was mustered into service at 
Long Island, New York, fourteen dajs after being paid at home, the 
wages for even that period were sent and paid them at Washington. 
Numerous individual instances have also been thus cared for, and the 
immense labor of preparing duplicate muster and pay roUs for each 
company and regimental payment has devolved upon this office. This 
policy of prompt and timely payments, so just to the soldier and benefi- 
cial to the government service in facilitating enlistments and tnamt^mmg 
the high credit of the State, with the bounty voted at the extra session 
of our Legislatmre in April, has swollen the total amount thus disbursed 
to more than one third of the entire expense in our raising troops and 
sending them forth prepared for the service of the government. In diia 
respect, no State fbmishing troops for government exhibits so large a 
proportion of expense in the item of money paid troops as Maine. 
Even our parent commonwealth, Massachusetts, whose official example, 
in almost everything, is usually regarded as worthy of imitation, with 



IDJUTAKT OSETBRAL'S UBPOBT. 79 

ten thousand more troops, has disbursed to them personally but little 
more than one fourth as much money. Had Maine withheld bounty 
and left the payment of her troops to the goremment, as she might have 
done without censure, and as many States have done, some six hundred 
and sixty-five thousand dollars would have been the total of our outlay 
in behalf of the United States ; this reduced by the forty per cent, re- 
imbursed, would have left less than four hundred thousand dollars as the 
extent of the liability of the State. This is only about one half the 
cost of the civil and military expedition of 1839, known as the ** Aroos- 
took War," in which some four thousand citizens and troops were in 
service to maintain the integrity of our State against the aggressions 
of a neighboring foreign power. The amount of payments, made by the 
State to its troops during the past season, of monthly wages, being in its 
character unquestionably a charge against the government, the policy of 
advancing it promptly, cannot be questioned. 

Iteks of Disbvb%£MEnt by the Payma8T£B*s Defabtment. 

Bounties to troops, $194,411 41 
Regiment^ Pay Kolls, and Major Generals and Staffs, 140,267 28 
Military Staff officers of the Quarter-master General, Pay- 
master General and the Staff of the Commander-in- 
chief, 3,173 33 
Unattached Companies, 9,464 65 

9347,316 67 

Estimated Amounts Due. 
The foUoMring estimate of unpaid balances includes some items which 
have accrued since the completion of the first ten regiments and the 
company of sharp-shooters. It is found inconvenient to procure from 
the United States the immediate liquidation and payment of a portion of 
the liabilities incurred in raising troops recently, although arranged for 
at the direct expense of the general government. Temporary embarras* 
ment is sometimes incurred in making the separation between the State 
and the United States, in the matter of direct liability for expense incur- 
red in raising and organizing troops. In accounts for " transportation," 
(of goods,) ** books and stationery," ''deserters," " hospitals and sup- 
plies," 6cc.^ creditors unavoidably blend in one the liabilities of the State, 
and those properly chargeable to the United States. Although a final 
settlement of these accounts between Maine and the United States, will 



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ADJUTANT GEETKBAL'S BSPOBT. 



tender it comparatiyely immaterial which party may have advanced the 
money, yet, it is desirable in view of the forms and observances of gov- 
ernment, in all matters of expenditure, of which years of practice have 
demonstrated the perfection, that all claims properly chargeable to the 
latter should be liquidated and paid by its own disbursing officers. 



Estimates. 






Incidental Expenses, 






Recruiting, 




96,229 41 


Clerkships, 




452 


50 


Telegraph and Postage, 




657 


70 


Travel, &c., of Agents, 




71 


31 


Pay of military staff officers. 




9,001 


40 


Miscellaneous, 




65 


50 
ifi 477 ao 






— ^ LVytl i O^ 


Clothing, 






13,103 48 


Transportation, 




• 


8,938 38 


Equipage, 






687 37 


Books and stationery, 






^ 8,586 84 


Deserters, 






* 1,117' 66 


Small arms. 






501 72 


Subsistence, &c., 






6,836 43 


Hospital and supplies, 






4,806 98 


Wagons, 


9 




4,340 00 


Horses, 






2,191 43 


Accoutrements and equipments, 






3,650 40 


Powder, dec. 






424 04 


United States, 






40 54 


Regimental Pay Rolls and unattached 


Companies, 


3,833 87 


Bounty, 






3,068 00 


>• 


•73,604 96 


JOHN L 


. HODSDON, 






Acting Paymaster General. 




APPENDIX A. 

GENERAL ORDERS, SPECIAL ORDERS, AND INSTRUCTIONS. 



GENERAL ORDERS 

A^DJUTAKT G 

Augasta, April 22d, 1861 



Head QrASTEBs, Adjutant Gekkbal's Oftice, > 



QBNERAL OBDER No. 6. 

To M%)or GeneralB Wm. H. Titoomb, of the ad DiYision; James H. Butler, of the 
Isfc DtTieion; Wm. Wirt Virgin, of the 3d IHTieion: 

The Gorernor and Commander-in-Chief, orders that TEN THOUSAND VOLUN- 
TJSEES, to be organised into Ten Regiments, without regard to preeent raiUtary 
districts, be immediately enlisted and mustered into the ao^Te militia serrioe of the 
State. They are to be armed, equipped and disciplined, and to hold themaelTes in 
readiness to respond to the order of the Commander-in-Chief, by entering into the 
serrioe of the United Statss when required. Any one, or all of the organised and 
equipped military companies of the State will be accepted as a part of the above 
force, if tendered to the State. Each company shall consist of one Captain, two 
Lieutenants, four Sergeants, four Corporals, one Fifer, one Drummer, and not less 
than fifty nor more than eighty-fiTe PriTates. No man below the rank of Com- 
missioned Officer, will be accepted above forty-five or under eighteen years of age, 
or who is not in good physical health and vigor. All officers and soldiers will be 
required to take the oath of fidelity to the United States. Captains of existing vol- 
unteer companies offering thor sexvices to the State, will proceed at once to enlist 
the numb^ of men necessary to fill up their ranks as above stated. Present mem- 
bers of such companies who are physically incompetent, or who refuse to take the 
oath of fidelity, must be stricken ft^m the company rolls, and their places filled 
with new enlistments. Ten companies, composed of those first offering their ser- 
vices to the State, organised as above stated, except that no company will be allowed 
more than sixty-lbur Privates, will be immediately concentrated at Portland, where 
their equipment will be completed. They will be organised into a regiment of In- 
fkntry, and mustered into the service of the United States. . 

You are hereby directed to cause suitable persons to open a Recruiting Office at 
an places within your Division, where, in your opinion, it may be practicable to 
raise a company, sul^t to the above conditions. Whenever fifty volunteers shall 
have been enrolled in any new company, you will cause an eleoticm of the commis- 
stfmed ofioers to be held, and fi>rward to this Offioe the return of such election. 
When pradioable, you will detail a comminoned or non-commissioned officer to 
dnll, diseipUne and instruct such reoniits. 

The utmost activity and energy are eigoined in carrying into eflfcot the above 
isr. 
By Older 

ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jb., 

Governor and Commander-in-Chi^. 

JOHN L. HODflDON, A^jgutast Oencral. 



2 ABJUTAKT QENIRAL'B REPORT. 

Head Quabtibb, Asjutajit Gknb&al's OFncx» 
AoguflU, April 24, 1861. 
GENERAL ORDER No. 7. 

The first of the Ten Regiments of Volnnteen, under the act of April 24tfa» 1861, 
will be organized as Infiintry, and ordered into the serrice of the State from the 
Third Biyision, forthwith. EnUsting Officers of new Companies, and Captains or 
Commanding Officers of the organized Volunteer Companies, filled up within the 
limits of the Third Division, according to instructions issued to Recruiting Officerst 
will report to Mn^or General William W. Virgin, at Portland, and furnish him and 
this Department, each, with complete Rolls of their respective Companies, and re- 
turns, or statements of vacancies of Commissioned Officers therein. As soon aa the 
organization of any Company, for the First Regiment, is finally perfected by the 
election of its Officers, General Virgin will, order such Company into quarters at 
Fort Preble, Portland, to be drilled, disciplined and instructed, until mustered into 
the service of the U. States. All original enlistment rolls, when completed , will be im- 
mediately returned to this Office. All expenditures accruing on account of quarters^ 
subsistence, transportation or other necessary expenditure, on any account what- 
ever, must be made up in duplicate accounts or bills, and approved by the Enlisting* 
or Commanding Officers of Companies, or other Officers duly authorized to incur 
the liabilities, and forwarded to this Office, forthwith. No payments will be allowed 
and made, except upon strict compliance with this instruction. Arms, uniforms, 
equipments and clothing will be issued to the troops while at Portland. 

The utmost diligence and promptness in the performance of all duties inrolved 
in preparing this Regiment for immediate service, is hereby enjoined upon all Offi^ 
eers and "Soldiers connected therewith. General Virgin will cause elections of 
Company Officers to be had immediately upon receipt of official statements of ▼»- 
eancies, and without further order, and will make return thereof to this Office, 
forthwith.. Elections of Regimental Officers, necessary to complete the organin^ 
tion of said Regiment, will be made the subject of a future order. 
By the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Ac^utant General. 



Head Quartees, Adjutant Geneeal's Office, 7 
Augusta, April 24, 1861. < 
GENERAL ORDER No. 8. 

The Migor Generals of the Divisions of Militia, will each proceed forthwith to 
prepare Companies for organizing a Regiment of Infentry within their respective 
limits as a portion of the Ten Regiments provided for by act of April 24, 1861. 

Enlisting Officers of new Companies, and Captains or Commanding Officers of 
the organized Volunteer Companies of this State, filled up within the limits of the 
eeveral Dirisions, according to instructions issued to Recruiting Officers, vrill return 
their original Enlistment Rolls to this Department as soon as completed, and report 
to the respective M^for Generals, Tiz : To General James H. Butler, Bangor, Gen- 
eral William H. Titpomb, Rockland, and Gen. William W. Virgin, Portland, and 
fhmish them and this Department, each, with complete rolls of their respective 
Companies, and retumi of Tacancies of Commissioned Officers, and they will forth- 
with cause elections to be had, and make immediate returns thereof to this Oflloe. 
Upon receipt of commissions, and the acceptance and qualification upon the same 
by Officers, the respective Companies will be enrolled and mustered into the service 
of the State, and provided with quarters and subsistence, uther at the places of 
their oolistmeKt, or at the several Divimoa Head Quarters, as the Major OeMnto 



APPJUTBIX A. 8 

may direct Arms will be ftimialied the troops from the State Arsenals and else- 
wliere» by the Acting Qaartermaster General, at the earliest moment practicable. 

Strict subordination will be enforced throughout the respective commands, and 
the troops dilligently exercised and instructed in military drill and discipline, until 
mustered into the serrice of the United States. The final issue to the troops, of 
arms, equipments, uniforms, clothing, and all other necessary articles will be made 
to them prior to, or at the time they are mustered into the serrice of the United 
States. All accounts and claims, which necessarily have accrued or may hereafter 
aoeme on account of quarters, subsistence, transportation, and from any and all 
other sources whatever, in the formation of these Regiments, must be ftimished in 
duplicate, approved by the officer authorized to contract the liability, and forward- 
ed to this Department, and payments will be withheld in all cases of non-complianoe 
with this direction. Competent Surgeons will be designated by the Msjor Generals, 
to inspect candidates for enlisti^ent, and report whether they are quab'fied for ser- 
Tice. 

The Major Generals, in promulgating this order, will define the limits of their 
respective Divisions, and prescribe all necessary details, rules and regulations for 
carrying it into immediate effect. 

By Order of the Commander-iii-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Hkad Quabtebs, Adjutant Gbnehal's Oitice, ) 
Augusta, AprU 96, 1861. 5 
GENERAL ORDER No. 9. 

The Major Generals of the several Divisions of Militia will immediately, upon the 
filling up of the Enlistment Rolls of Ten Companies within each of said Divisions, 
and the election of Officers, complete the regimental organisation of the Second, 
Third and Fourth of the Ten Regiments of Infantry, authorized by the act of April 
2$, 1861, by concentrating said Companies of each Division, and causing elections 
to be held for Regimental Officers when necessary, without flirther order from this 
Department, and make due return thereof. Regimental Staff Offices will be prompt- 
ly fiUed. Upon the final organization of said regiments, and without awaiting the 
reewipt of Commissions, the Major Generals will cause the respective Colonels to 
place their several commands under proper camp and police regulations, in aooord- 
anoe with military usage and discipline, and the rules and articles established far 
the laws of this State, for organhing the Militia, or any part thereof, when called 
into actual service, and will perfect them to the utmost extent possible in drill and 
discipline. 

Pay, subsistence and quarters, for the respeotiTe Companies, will commence with 
the election of their officers. A bounty of two months* pay to every non-commi»- 
noned officer, musician and private, will be due and paid them, at the time the 
troops are mustered into the service of the United States. Descriptive Rolls of the 
sereral Companies trill be made by their officers, as soon as organised, and be re- 
tamed to this Office. ^As the Regiments will be mustered into the servioe of the 
United States at the earliest moment possible, it is indispensable that all expenses 
duly arising under the act aforesaid, be forthwith ascertained and presented, prop- 
erly vouched and substantiated, in duplicate, to this pepartment, or the duly 
anthoriaed accounting and disbursing officers thereof. 

Doctor Alonzo Garoelon, of Lewiston, has been appointed by the Governor and 
Comffiander-in-Chiefy Hospital Surgeon and Head of the Medical Department of the 



4 ADJUTANT QBHlBAL-d BBPORT. 

fonee aathorized by the act of AprQ 35, 1861; uid he wiU be obeyed and zeflpeetod 
accordingly. 

By order of the Commaiider-iii-Chief, 

JOHN L. H0D8D0N, 
Adjutant and Aeting Qvartermaater Gknoral. 



HSAD QUABTBBS, AdJUTAKT GeNEBAL'B OfFIOB, > 

Augusta, April 27, 1861. ) 
OBNKRAL ORDER No. 10. 

It having been made apparent to the Commander-in-Chief that the publie prop- 
erty at Kittery Navy Yard is liable to attaok from rebel priTateers, Capt M. F. 
Wentworth's command af Artillery from the Third Division, will at the eartieet 
praotioable moment, occupy Fort MoClary, and there remain in the performance of 
a vigilant guard and garrison duty until otherwise ordered. Such ordnanoe and 
ordnance stores as are indispensably necessary for this duty, Capt. Wentworth wifl 
procure by requisition upon the commandant of the Navy Taird. The necessary 
quartermaster and commissary duties will be performed by Capt. Wentworth. Du- 
plicate muster and descriptive rolls of his command, as existing at the time of taking 
possession of the Fort, will be returned to this oflSce. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 
« JOHN L. HODSDON^ Adjutant General 



Head Quabtebb, Adjutant Geneeai»*s Office, > 
Augusta, AprU 29, 1861. { 
GENERAL ORDER No. 12. 

CoL Jackson's Regiment of Volunteer Militia, from Migor General William W. 
l^rgin's Division at Portland, will consist of ten Companies of Infhntry, of seven* 
ty*two non-oommissioned officers and privates each, with a complement of oommia-> 
stoned officers, musicians, &c., organised under act of 25th inst. 

Said Regiment, thus constituted, will be uniformed, armed, equipped, and for- 
nished with rations, ammunition, clothing, camp equipage, utensils, and other 
nquiaite munitions of war, by the Acting Quartermaster General of this State. 

General Virgin will, this day, after the Captain t»f each Company has furnished 
him with a full and complete Descriptive Roll of every man under his command, to 
be filed in this office, and after the bounty provided by said act has been paid by 
the Aeting Paymaster General, Samuel £. Spring, Esq., of Portland, to the non- 
oommissioned officers, musicians and privates of said Regiment, cause the same to 
be mustered into the service of the United Skates, in response to a requisition, dated 
the 15th instant, from Simon Camercm, Secretary of War for the United Statee. 

The Commander-in-Chief cannot, even at this time, and in this Ordor, withhold 
the expression of his profound gratitude for the patriotism^ self-sacrifice and in- 
domitable energy of his fellow-citizens, which has with almost unparalleled prompt- 
»MB fhmiahed for the United States Government, from a disorganized Militia, a 
Begiment of troops of which any nation or people would be proud. 

To Msjor General Virgin and Staff, and every officer and soldier of this Regi- 
EMBt, — to the citizens of Portland, Lewiston, Auburn and Norway, as well as all 
other kwriitiee co-operatmg with oar Goremment in its endeavor to maintaua tht^ 



APPSNDIX A. ^ 

saiiremaey of the laws, and the integrity and inTiolobiUty of our glorious Union* 
are the thanks of the Commander-ui-Cluef espeotally due. 
By order of 

ISRA£L WA£aiBURN> Jr., 

Ooyemor and Commander-in-Chiet 

JOHN L. HODSDON, 
Adjutant and Acting Qnartermaster General. 



Head Quatiers, Adjutaivt GEifKBAL*8 Oftici, ) 
Augusta, April 30, 1861. 5 
GENERAL ORDER No. 13. 

The Order of the Commander-in-Chief of the 26th inst., (No. 9) requiring the 
Major Generals to concentrate ten Companies within each of their respective DiTia- 
lODfl, to constitute the second, third and fourth of the Volunteer Regiments, that 
nay be raised under Act of 85th inst, authorised the allowance of pay, subsist- 
ence and rations to each of said Companies from the time of their organization by 
the election of officers; their time thenceforward being spent in drilling and inatru^ 
lion, as contemplated in the second section of said act, which provides that "the 
officers and men of said force shall be paid only for the time actually spent in drill- 
ing and instruction under the order and direction of the Governor, and until ordered 
into actual service under the State or National Government * * The Commander-in- 
Chief orders and directs that the Migor Generals immediately designate the Compa- 
nies for said Regiments. 

The time required to be actually spent by Companies, (other than those eon^ 
posing the first four Regiments,) in drilling and instruction, for which officers and 
men will receive pay as provided by said act, will be specified in a future Order. 
By order of 

ISRAEL WASHBURN, Je., 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Ai^utant General. 



Head Quaktebs, Adjutant GsineRAL's Offick, ) 
Augusta, May 3, 1861. 5 
GENERAL ORDER No. 15. 

The Commander-in-Chief orders that all Companies raised under the act of the 
SSth April, 18G1, except those designated by previous Orders for the first four Reg- 
iments, shall remain at quarters in the respective towns and cities where they were 
enlisted, under pay and subsistence. Such Companies, however, are liable to be 
discharged or have leare of absence granted them, without pay or subsistence, at 
the pleasure of the Governor and Council. 

General Order No. 14 is hereby rescinded. 

The (^mmander-in-(7hief, in compliance with the second section of the act afor^- 
a*id, relative to the time^actually spent in drilling and instruction of Companies, 
of the force anthoriied by said act, and for which the officers and men thereof shall 
be paid, orders and directs, that after the return of rolls and th« election of officers, 
ftU Companies, the enlistment of which shall commence after this date, shall devote 
one-half of every alternate week-day, to drill and instruction in military discipline. 
For this service, upon due proof ttom rolls, (blanks for which will be furnished by 



6 ABJUTAirt GBKBRAI/S RBPOBT. 

the Adjutant General,) properly made up, certified and sworn to by the Captain or 
commanding officer, before some Justice of the Peace, compensation will be allowed 
and paid, as proTided by law. If any Company, already organized by the election 
of officers, shall prefer not to go into quarters as aforesaid, they may be permitted 
to drill daily or for a less time, being allowed pay for the time actually spent in drill 
and instruction, upon due proof thereof made as above. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Ac^utant General. 



Head Quabtbbs, Adjutant General's Office, > 
Augusta, May 4, 1861. 5 
GENERAL ORDER No. 18. 

Major General W. H. Titcomb, of the Second Division, will order ten organised 
Companies within his limits, in addition to those mentioned in General Order No. 9, 
into camp at Augusta, forthwith, and there complete a Regimental organization, 
by causing an election of Officers. This Regiment will then constitute the third of 
the ten authorized to be raised under the act of April 25, 1861 ; and so much of 
General Order No. 9, as required the organization of three Regiments only, is mod- 
ified so as not to conflict herewith. Said Regiments will be numbered as follows: 
that from the First Division, at Bangor, the Second; from the Kennebec valley in 
the Second Division, at Augusta, the Third; from the eastern portion of the same 
Division, at Rockland, the Fourth; and from the Third Division, at Portland, the 
Fifth. 

The Quartermaster General's Department will provide transportation for troops, 
munitions of war, camp equipage, fuel, subsistence and other requisites, for said 
Regiment, prior to and during said encampment. 

Mfljor General Titcomb will immediately furnish this office with a list of the Com- 
panies that will constitute the Third Regiment. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, A(]|jutant General. 



Head Quasteks, Adjutant Genebal's Office, > 
Augusta, May 16, 1861. 5 
GENERAL ORDER No. 24. 

Major General James H. Butler, of the First Division, will order five Companies, 
organized under act of April 25, 1861 , within his limits, (exclusive of the County 
of Washington), into quarters at Bangor, forthwith. 

The Quartermaster and Commissary General's Department will provide trans- 
portation, camp equipage and utensils, fuel, subsistence and other requisites for 
said Battalion, the Companies of which will be immediately designated, and made 
Imown to the Adjutant General. 

By order of the Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



APPENDIX A. 

At 

Augusta, May 23, 1861. 



HXAD QUABTKBS, AdJITTAKT GBNEfiAL*8 OfFICK, > 



GKNEKAL ORDER No. 26. 

Companies composiDg the 3d, 4th, dth, and 6th Regiments of the Volunteer Mili-* 
tia, under act of 25th April, 1861, will be immediately filled up, to consist of five 
Sergeants, 8 Corporals, 2 Musicians, 1 Wagoner, and 77 Privates. 

Enlisted men of undesignated Companies to be preferred, and such Companies to 
be exhausted, if necessary, prior to receiying other recruits. The seyeral Mi^or 
Generals will carry the foregoing order into effect. 

By the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HOBSDON, A4jutant General. 



Head Quaktebs, Adjutant Gejtebal's Office, > 
Augusta, May 23, 1861. ( 
GENERAL ORDER No. 27. 

The Governor and Commander-in-Chief, in compliance with an order in Council 
of the 17th inst., authorized by act of 25th April, 1801, orders and directs that the 
Volunteer Militia Companies hereinafter named, organized under the act aforesaid, 
be mustered for payment by Colonels A. W. Wildes and J. F. Miller, and Francis 
Chase, Esq., Gen Samuel F. Hcrsey, and George W. Dyer, Esq., in the order, and 
ftt the times and places herein set forth. 
Col. Wildes will muster and pay the Companies herein named, as follows, to wit : 
Capt. Chase's at Fairfield, Monday, May 27, 8 A. M. 
Capt. Jones' at China, Monday, May 27, 4 P. M. ^ 

Capt. Robinson's at Unity, Tuesday, May 28, 9 A. M. 

♦ Capt. Bean's at Brooks, Tuesday, May 28, 4 P. M. 

Capt Lawrence's at Gardiner, Wednesday, May 29, 8 A.*M. 

Capt. Norris' at Monmouth, Wednesday, May 29, 4 P. M. 

Capt. Duley's at Phipsburg, Thursday, May 30, 4 P. M. 

Capt Jones' at Waldoborough, Friday, May 31, 4 P. M. 
Col. Miller will muster and pay the Companies herein named, as follows, to wit : 

Capt Andrews' at Biddeford, Saturday, May 25, 5 P. M. 

Capt McDonald's at Buckfield, Monday, May 27, 2 P. M. 

Capt Houghton's at Woodstock, Tuesday, May 28, 11 A. M. 

Capt. Mc Arthur's at Limington, Wednesday, May 29, 1 P. M. 
Francis Chase, Esq., will muster and pay the Companies herein named, as foU 
lows, to wit : 

Capt Sawyer's at Dixmont, Monday, May 27, 8 A. M. 

Capt Roberts' at Dexter, Monday, May 27, 4 P. M. 

Capt Chandler's at Dover, Tuesday, May 28, 10 A. M. 
Gen. Hersey will muster and pay the Companies herein named, as follows, to wit : 

Capt Boynton's at Newport, Monday, May 27, 9 A. M. 

Capt. Cass' at Bangor, Monday, May 27, 1 P. M. 

Capt Carlisle's at Bangor, Monday, May 27, 4 P. M. 
George W. Dyer, Esq., will muster and pay Capt. West's Comi)any, at East Ma- 
ehias, on Saturday, Hay 25, at 2 P. M. 

The Mustering Officers will verify the correctness of the Company, Pay and Des- 
criptive Rolls by the original enlistment rolls. The respective Captains will com- 
mimicate to them the election made by Companies under orders in Council of the 

* This Company not muttered fbr payment, but subetltnted fbr Capt Crowell*s, in 4ih 
ReglnMit 



g ADJITTANT GSNSBAl^S KSPORT. 

17th inst, ftnd of Commander-in-Chief, of SAme date. Said Mustering Offioers will 
indicate upon Company rolls, from information obtained at the time Companies are 
paid, such Privates as will enlist, if wanted, to fill Tacancies in designated Compa- 
nies. They will inform Companies declining both altematiycs offered for their 
acceptance, that their organization has ceased to exist, and that they are discharged 
by the Goyemor and Council in yirtne of the act of April 25, 1861, and of the or* 
ders aforesaid, and Captains thereof will then, and previous to the payment of the 
Company, deliver to the Mustering Officers, all arms, equipments, musical instru- 
ments, books of instruction and other State property in the i)ossession of said 
Company or any member thereof. 

Full and explicit instructions for the guidance of said Mustering Officers, with 
requisite blanks, will accompany this order, and strict compliance therewith by all 
officers and parties therein named, will be expected and required. 

By order of the Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



HiAD QuJUBTBtS, AdHTTAUT OsVERAiL'S OmoK, I 

Augusta, May 23, 1861. > 
GENERAL ORDER No. 28. 

The Commander-in-Chief orders and directs, that the Companies of Capt. West, 
at East Macbias; Capt. Sawyer, at Dixmont; Capt. Roberts, at Dexter; Capt. Chand- 
ler, at Dover; Capt. Boynton, at Newport; and Capts. Carlisle and Ca£s, at Bangor; 
in the First Division: 

Capt Lawrence, at Gardiner; Capt. Norris, at Monmouth; Capt Duley, at Phipe- 
burg; Capt. Jones, at Waldoborough; Capt Bean, at Brooks; Capt Robinson, at 
Unity; Capt Jones, at China; and Capt. Chase, at Fairfield; in the Second Di- 
Tision: 

Capt. McDonald, at Buckfield; Capt. Houghton, at Woodstock; Capt Mc Arthur, 
at Limington ; and Capt J. M. Andrews, at Biddeford; in the Third Division, be 
mustered for payment at their respective places of rendezvous, at the times named 
in the Order specifying the details of said service, ftrom the 25th to the 31 st instant 
inclusive, and required to make their election of the two alternatives provided in 
the order in Council of the 17th instant, for continuing their organisation, and in 
defkult thereof, to be disbanded. 

The Adjutant General will notify the Commanders of Divisions of the action of 
said Companies under said Orders, and specify those continuing their organization. 

Mustering and Paying Officers for the above service are duly appoint«l in Gen- 
eral Order No. 27, which Order, together with that in Council, and that of the 
Commander-in-Chfef of the Hth inst, with instructions to the Mustering Officers, 
are herewith transmitted. 

By order of the Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Hb40 QtJAftTOM, AojvTAirr GK!Taui.*8 OmcB, I 
AognsU, May 24, 1861. i 
GENERAL ORDER No. 29. 

Captains of Companies attached to Regiments for service under act of 25th April, 
1861, will, by direction of Governor and Council, discharge such of the men of their 
fespeotive oommaods as decline to enlisl for an additional year*i serviee. 



APPENDIX A. 9 

^d Captains will make \ip dapUcate DesoriptiTe and Pay ^ Rolls of such dis- 
charged men, who ¥rill be paid by the respective Paymasters within whose limits 
^hey are serving; and said Rolls wiU be forthwith retamed to the Adjutant General's 
Office. 

By order of the (jK>Yemor and Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Head Qc.uitbrs, Adjutant Gkneral's Ojfics, > 
Augusta, May 28, 1861. C 
<}ENERAL ORDER No. 30. 

The General Orders for carrying into effect the act of 25th of April, 1861, to au- 
thorize the raising of ten Regiments, &c.. having been executed by the respeotive 
MiKJor Generals, so far as they were charged therewith, and no farther duties re- 
maining to be performed by them at present, under said orders, the Commander-in- 
'Chief directs, that they and their respective staflfe be discharged from further service 
under the orders aforesaid, at their several Head Quarters, on Wednesday, the 29th 
day of May, instant, at four o'clock in the afternoon^ at which time and places they 
will be paid by the Paymasters within the limits of their respective Divisions. 

The Commander-in-Chief avails himself of this opportunity to express his satis- 
faction at the prompt and able manner in which the new and arduous duties devolv- 
ing upon them in this emergency^ have been performed. 

Notwithstanding the neglected and disorganised condition of the militia of this 
State, incident to a protracted period of uninterupted peace, Companies, Battalions 
and Regiments have been raised, organized, uniformed, armed, equipped and made 
ready fur the service of the General Government, with a promptness and expedi- 
tion which reflect great credit upon the Major Generals and others charged with the 
«^xecutioii of the orders in this behalf 
By order of 

ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jr., 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Head QtAKTERS, Adjittaiit GcmaAL's OpncK, > 
Augusta, Me., June 4, 1861. s 
K>ENERAL order No. 32. 

The country mourns the loss of a Statesman and a Patriot in the death of St^ 
phen A. Douglas. He departed this life at Chicago, the city of his residence, yes- 
terday, at ten minutes past nine o'clock, A. M. 

Let party differences be hushed at the portals of his tomb, and let us remember 
only his undoubted patriotism and his steadfast devotion to the Union. 

In observance of this melancholy event, the Governor and Commander-in-Chief 
directs, that Col. Howard of the Third Regiment shall this day cause the National^ 
Flag at bis encampment to be lowered and this Order read at the head of the Regi^ 
ment, at 4 o'clock, P. M. 
By order of 

ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jr., 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. * 

JOHN L^ HODSDON, A<U«tMit GenenL 



]0 ADJUTANT GSKBRAL'Ef RSPORf. 

HkAD QuABTDUI, AOJDTAIIT GJENERAC^S Otttxit, T 

Anguata, Me., June 10, 1861. 5 
aSNEBAL ORDER No. 35. 

Special Order No. 4 ib reecinded so fiur as relates to the appointment of Surgeonr 
aad Sorgeona* Matee. 

General Order No. 15^ of the War Department at WaaBington, having been modi' 
fted by a anbaequent Order, ao aa to allow one Surgeon and one Aaaiatant Surgeon r 
to each Regiment of Volunteer foroea deaignated therein, ^<to be appointed by the 
Ch^Temora of the reapeotiye States rafter haying paaaed an examination by a com^ 
patent Medical Board, appointed by aaid Govemora, the appeintmenta to beaulject 
to the approval of the Secretary of War :'* 

The Commander-in-Chief appoints Dr. Alonso Garcelon, Hospital Surgeon, Dr. 
H. H. Hill of Auguata, Dra. William Wood and J. T. Oilman, Portland, and Dr. J. 
C. Bradbury, Oldtown, a Medical Board to examine eandidatea for appointments as 
Sozgeona and Aaaiatant Surgeona of the Regimenta of Maine Volunteers; and Fri' 
day and Saturday next, the fourteenth ana fifteenth inst , and the City of Portland,, 
are deaignated as the tunes and place for auch examination. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Hkao Qitabxebs, Adjutant Gekchal's O^ficb, T 
Augusta, Me., June 20, 1861. $ 
GENERAL ORDER No. 37. 

The Battalions within the First Diyision, in quarters at Eastport and Bangor, to 
constitute the Sixth Regiment of Maine Volunteers, raised under act of 25th April,- 
1861,and to be organized in conformity with the requirements of General Order 
No. 15, dated May 4th, 1861, from the War Department at Washington, will unite 
at Portland forthwith, by transportation to be furnished by the Acting Quarter-- 
master General, and go into camp for drill and instruction. The organisation of 
said Regiment will be forthwith completed by the election of Field Officers, (sub- 
ject to the confirmation and appointment of the Commander-in-Chief ), siud electioD* 
to be notified and presided over by some officer to be detailed for that purpose. 

This Regiment will institute a system of subordination, discipline, drill, instruc- 
tion and camp police and regulation, which shall, at the earliest moment practicable- 
render it efficient, self-sustaining, and in all respects prepared for active service in 
the field. The Commander-in-Chief in furtherance of this object, and in accord- 
ance with instmotions from the War Department, will withhold commissions from 
all officers known to be of other than good moral character, strictly temperate hab-^ 
its, in ftdl health and Tigor, and not past the prime of manhood. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, A^jotsnt General. 



HkAD QVABTIBS, AlXJVTAKT GKinSftAL*S OmOK, I 

Augusta, July 27, 1861. 5 
GENERAL ORDER No. 43. 

In the recent Battle on the soil of Virginia between the Army of the Union and^ 
the Band of RebeUious Traitors, the soldiers of Maine bore an honorable and con- 
Bpiouofui part,— winning fome for themaelTca, and ahedding glory on the noble State 
that iOki thenk forth to pAtriotio duty. Of the troops actually engaged on the loya^ 



APPBNBIX A. 21 

«idey Hearty one-foarth were firom Maine, and thongli 'the day tenninated in a xe- 
Tene to\lie Federal Anne, the elgnal yalor displayed by our edldiera in the fMe af 
greatly superior nnmben, left its own potent aasoranoa of onr ftitore and pemal 
oent triwnph. 

Whilst obeerying, with the most grateAil pride and admiration, tiie brave eondaot 
4>f our Regiments already in the field, the OoTemor and Commander-in«C3uef eaUa 
npon the loyal men of t^e State to emnlate the patriotio seal and oonrage^f their 
brothers who haye cone before them. The issne involTed is one on which there ean 
be no divided opinion in Maine. It affsots not only the intc^ty of oar Union» b«t 
the Tery life of Repablioan GoTemment. For the preeerration of these, Maine will 
pour oat her best blood, and expend her riehest treasure. Having already oontrib- 
tited generously of the flower of her youth and manhood, Blaine must send jet 
more of her stalwart sons, to do battle for the preeerration of the Union, and for 
the supremacy of Law. 

To this end, the Commsnder-in-Chief has directed the enlistment of additional 
fitments of Volunteers, and doubts not that his call will meeiTe a prompt aad 
patriotic response. 
By order of 

ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jr., 

Goyemor and Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSBON, A<Uatant GeneraL 



Head Quahtsbs, At»jvtxiit Oenvbal's Omoi,> 
Augusta, Sept. 11, 1861. { 
GENERAL ORDER No. 46. 

The Secretary of War haying requested the Commander-in-Chief to raise a Com- 
pany of Rifle Sharp Shooters, to be selected flrom the beet rifle shots in the Stall, 
James D. Fenenden, Esq., of Portland, has been appointed to superintend the 
ibrmation of said Company, to consist of one Captain, one First Lieutenant, omb 
Second Lieutenant, and ninety-seyen Non-commissioned Ofllcers and Priyates, the 
members of which are to be enlisted and mustered into the senrice of the United 
States for three years, or during the War, unless sooner discharged; and to reoeii« 
such pay and bounty as are allowed other officers and soldiers of the same clswis 
in the Volunteer Regiments of this State. 

The Offioers bf^he <?ompany to be appointed and commissioned the same aa other 
Company Officers are appointed and commissioned in the Regimentaof Volunteers 
fh>m this State. 

No man will be accepted or mustered into seryice who is not aa actiyo and abl^ 
bodied man, and who cannot, when firing at rest, at a distance of two hundred 
yards, put ten consecutiye shots in a target, the ayerage distance not to exceed fiye 
inches from the centre of the bull's-eye to the centre of the ball; and all can d idates 
will haye to pass such examination os to satisfy the veomiting officer 4>f th«r fit- 
ness fi>r enlistment in this corps. 

Recruits will be reciyed under the direction of the following persons, yii : 

Isaac McClare, at Rockland; R. R. Parle, at Bangor; I. J. Robinson at Augusta; 
and J. D. Fesaenden at Portland. 

The rendezyous of the Company will be at Augusta, to which place recruits will 
repair as fast as they liaye been enlisted, examined and approyed, and there be sub- 
ject to a second examination. 

Unilbrms and arms will be Atmished at Augusta, or at New Tork. Recruits hav* 



I^ ADJITTANT GBKBRALnS BBPORT. 

dig Bffles to wkicli ttiey hsTe been aocustomed, are requeated to brilig them to tl&«* 
plsoe of rendezYOUB. 

The utmost dispatch in filling up this Company is required. 

No expenses will be allowed and paid on account of officers or men that- shall not 
bto mustered and reoeived into the service of the United States. 

Compensation to Commissioned Officers in recruiting this Company prior to itd- 
being mustered into the service of the United States, will ntot be paid, but they may 
be allowed aetual necessary expenses. Those not commissioned rendering such aa- . 
fhoriied serrioe^ will reottve a reasonable compensation. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant Oeneral. 



Head Quastebs, Adjutant Genebal's Office, > 
Augusta, Sept. 11, 1861. 5 
0£N£BAL ORDER No. 47. 

Having been authorized by the Secretary of War to raise, arm and organize at- 
the expense of the United States, a Regiment of Cavalry to serve for three years or 
daring the war, with the understanding that the War Department will revoke the 
oommissionB of all officers who may be found incompetent fi>r the proper discharge 
of their duties : 

The Commander-in-Chief orders as follows : 

L The Regiment will consist of ten Companies of ninety-seven men each, and 
will be raised, organised and mustered into the service of the United States, in 
aooordanoe with General Orders of the War Department, Nos. 58 and 61, which 
provide, 

•* 1. The officers of the Regular Army, now on mustering duty in the principal 
aities arc appointed disbursing officers of the funds appropriated by act of Con- 
gress ' for collecting, drilling, and organizing volunteers, under the act authorizing 
the President to accept the services of five hundred thousand men,' &c. They will 
be charged with the payment of all proper claims presented to them under this act, 
duly authenticated and certified to, by the various volunteer recruiting officers. 
These disbursements will be made in the manner prescribed for the Recruiting Ser^ 
vice of the Regular Army. The premium for accepted recruits as laid down in Par. 
1315 General Regulations will not, however, be allowed in the Volunteer service. 
The officers charged with these disbursements will immediately make requintions 
on this office for the requisite fhnds. 

" 9. To facilitate the raising of Volunteer Regiments, officers recruiting therefor 
lore authorized to muster their men into service as enrolled. As soon as mustered,. 
* these men will be sent, with descriptive lists, to the camps of rendezvous, at which 
places the oaths of allegiance will be duly administered by a civil magistrate, or an 
officer of the regular army. The cost of transportation from place of muster to 
plaoe of rendezvous will be paid by the Quartermaster at the latter station. 

*' 3. When the organization of regiments accepted to be raised within a specified 
time, is not completed at the expiration of that period, the companies and detach- 
ments thereof, already mustered into service, will be assigned to other regiments at 
the pleasure of this Department. ••*••• 

" Officers who have not been mustered into the service have power to enroll m^n, 
but are not competent to muster them, under the provisions of General Orders No. 
98, current series, from the War Department. In this case the muster must be 
lAsde by some officer, either volunteer or regular^ already in the service, and the 



Appxin>ix Aw la 

oath iirast be administered by a civil magistrate or an officer of the r^fular army^ 
— ^preferably the latter. 

*' In mastering companies, thje original mustering rolls will be retained at the oonv- 
pany rendezrons, upon which the names of members will be enrolled as they pres- 
ent themselves. As they are mustered they will be sent to commanding officers of 
camps of rendezvous, with descriptive lists stating name, date of enrollment and 
muster, the officer by whom mustered, the company and regiment to which they 
belong, whether they have or have not taken the oath of allegiance prescribed for 
those entering the service, and such other information aa may be necessary or use^ 
fill in the case. Necessary subsistence will be procured upon returns signed by the 
mustering officer. 

" When one-half a Company has been mustered into service, the 1st Lieutenant 
thereof can also be mastered in, and when the organisation of the Company la 
completed, the Captain and Sd Lieutenant can be so mustered. 

** When the men of a Company have been mustered by more than one officer, the 
&et must be stated on the muster roll, opposite their names, ' by whom mustered," 
and these rolls must be signed by each of the mustering officers. 

" Field and Staff Officers of Regiments can be mustered into service upon the 
completion of the organization of Regiment or Companies, as follows : 
Colonel — entire Regiment; 
Lieutenant Colonel — four Companies; 
Major — six Companies; 
Chaplain — entire Regiment; 
. Surgeon— " 
Adjutant— •« " 

Quartermaster— entire Regiment; 
Ass't Surgeon— ** " 

'* The cost of transportation of troops fh>m place of muster to place of rendei- 
vous, will be paid as directed in General Orders No. 58, current series, from this 
office, from the appropriation for * collecting, drilling and organizing Volunteers.* 
Quartermasters at camps of rendezvous will make requisitions upon the Adjutant 
General for the funds necessary for this purpose. All officers charged with dis- 
bursements of funds appropriated under the act mentioned, will forward to this 
Office, monthly summary statements and accounts current with vouchers, in the 
manner prescribed for the General Recruiting Service.'* 

II. Such expenses of recruiting will be allcwed and paid as are authorized by 
the regulations and orders of the War Department. 

IIL The place of rendezvous will be Augusta. 

ly. As this Regiment is raised and organized by authority and with the ftinds of 
the Gavemment of the United States, and not in virtue of the act of the Legislature 
of this State of April 25, 1861, no State Bounty can be allowed, but when honor- 
ably discharged, and if he shall have served for the period of his enlistment, or 
during the war, if sOoner ended, a bounty of $100 will be paid by the United Statea 
to each recruit. 

y. Field and Company officers will be appointed by the Commander-in-Chief^ 
with or without previous nominations by ballot, as may be deemed advisable. 

YI. The commissioned and non-commissioned staff will be appointed by the Colo- 
nel, the former from company subalterns, and the latter from non-commissioned 
officers and privates of the Regiment. Company non-commissioned officers will be- 
appointed by the Regimental Commander, upon the recommendation of the Cap-> 
tains. 

Vacanciee will be filled in same manner as original appointments are made. 

Vll. The Surgeon and Assistant Surgeon will be appointed by the Commander* 
ki-Chief, after they shall have passed an examination by a Medical Board. 



^4 ADJUTANT GBNBRAL'd BBPOBT. 

¥in. If delay should oocur in filling np any Company to the standard requhlls, 
the Commander-in-Chief will disband or consolidate the incomplete organixationB* 
or accept new ones, as circumstances may require. When Companies areHionsoli- 
•dated, the officers will be assigned according to rank, and when rank is of sanae 
date it will be fixed by lot, officers rendered supernumerary by disbanding or con- 
solidating incomplete Companies or Regiments, will be discharged from the seryioe 
thereby, and their pay will cease fvom that date. 

IX. Horses, equipments, unifbrms and arms wiU M provided by the €K>Tern- 
jnent 

X. The utmost care is eigoined upon Beoniiting Officers to enlist none but aetlTe, 
able-bodied men, who must pass a strict medical examination. 

XI. The enlistments will be in triplicate, according to a form prepared and ftir- 
jiished by the Adjutant General. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant Gener«l. 



General Order No. 48, for raising additional Regiments of Infantry,— similar to 
No. 47. 



Heaj) Qua&tebs, Adjutant General's Office, > 
Augusta, 8ept. 28, 1861. $ 
OENERAL ORDER No. SO. 

I. The Regimental organization hitherto known as the First Regiment of Maine 
Volunteers ceases from this date. 

n. The Tenth Regiment of Maine Volunteers will consist of the following Com- 
panies, vis : 

Company A, Capt Tukey. Company F, Capt Knowlton. 

Company B, Capt Walker. Company G, Capt. Beale. 

Company C, Capt Fessenden. Company H, Capt. Emerson. 

Company D, Capt West Company I, Capt Furbish. 

Company E, Capt Estes. Compahy E, Capt Nye. 

"Col. E. K. Harding, Assistant Quartermaister General, will take immediate meas- 
ures, by recruiting or otherwise, to fill each of said Companies to the quota estab- 
lished in the organization of other Regiments, in serTice from this State, viz: 
ninety-six officers, non-commissioned officers, musicians, wagoner and priTates, or 
if deemed expedient, will consolidate those Companies haying the least number of 
men, and derange the junior officers thereof, out of service. Such deficiencies of 
Companies as may arise therefrom will be sapplied by immediate organization of 
men enlisted for the Eleventh Regiment, by choice of officers. 

Col. Harding will this day hold an election at the encampment of said Regiment, 
for the choice of its field officers, at such hour as he may appoint, and make return 
thereof to this office, and he, or in his absence Maj. George W. Dyer, will cause 
elections to be had at such times and places as they may appoint, to fill vacancies 
of Field and Company Officers in said Regiment, occasioned by resignation or oth- 
erwise, whenever the same may be necessary, and report results, without delay, to 
this office. 

The organization of ten Companies, to constitute said Regiment, by filling them 
to the standard aforesaid, and electing officers thereof, must be completed on or 
before Wednesday, the second day of October, next 



T&e fMpeetiTO Captain or commanding offioen of said CompanieB wil> deporite 
kt this office, prior to the departure of said Regiment from the State, their original^ 
and supplementary enlistment rolls, and also duplicate Company and descriptiye 
foils, and trill ftimish Major Seth Eastman, 5th U. S. In&ntry, mnstering officer,, 
with muster-in rolls, in triplicate, preparatory to heing mastered into United States 
■eryioe hy him, on Thursday, the third day of October next, and will also season* 
ably furnish Acting Assistant Paymaster General Samuel Cony, with duplicate 
master rolls and receipts for the making of pay rolls for the payment on Friday,, 
the fourth prox., of monthly pay to all of said troops, and bounty to such only as 
hare not previously been paid same for enlistment and service under the laws of 
liiis state. 

The Quartermaster GeneraPs Department wiU issue upon due requisitions, every •- 
thing (excepting arms) to constitute a complete outfit for said Begiment for imme^ 
diate service in the field, and the Commissary Department will supply them with 
cooked rations for three or more days* consumption, on the breaking up of the 
•amp, for their departure t>r Kew York, on Saturday morning next. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSDOX, Ac^uUnt Ckneral. 



HiAD^QuABTEB^, Ad JT7TANT Genkhal'^b Office, 7 
Augusta, October 7, 1861. S 
GENERAL ORDER No. 51. 
In pursuance of authority fh)m the War Department, it is hereby 
OnDCBED : That all persons having authority from the War Department, or any of 
its ai^ents, to raise Volunteer Regiments, Batteries, Companies, or Squads, and all 
persons now recruiting Volunteers for the'service of the United States, except such 
as are recruiting for the 12th Regiment, Col. Shepley, will report the present con- 
dition of their operations to the Commander-in-Chief. These Troops will be organ- 
ized or ro-organized, and prepared for service by the Governor, in the manner he 
nay judge most advantageous to the interests of the General Government 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Head Quabtebs, AnJXJTANt Gekebai's Orrroi, 7 
Augusta, Oct. 20, 1861. 5 
GENERAL ORDER No. 52. 

Capt Ira Andrew's Company of Home Guards, from the Third Division, in gar- 
rison since the 9th day of July last, at Fort McCIary, Eittery, for the protection 
of the U. S. Navy Yard at that place, will be mustered and discharged from further 
duty in behalf of the State* at said Fort, on the 28th day of October instant, and 
GapL James Staples' Company of Home Guards, ftrom same Division, occupying 
Fort Scammel at Portland, since the SM of July last, for the protection of that 
city, will also be mustered and discharged from farther duty, at said Fort, in be- 
half of the State, on the 20th day of October instant, at which dates said Compa- 
nies will respectively be mustered into the service of the United States, under such 
re-«nUstmeht and re-orgamxation as the instructions of the War Department to- 
said officer may require. 



|g ADJUTAHT aSNSBAL'S RBPORT. 

BaUnee of pay and aUowances due said Companies for above aeirice, ^rill b* 
{Mid by United States Paymaeler. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant OeneraL 



Head QujliltebS) Adjutast GnneKAL's Office, > 
Aagasta, Oct. 31, 18(31. 5 
t}£NERAL ORDER No. 53. 

With sadness the Commander-in-Chief officially announces that Colonel Thomas 
H. Marshall, of the Seventh Regiment of Maine Tolanteers, died at Baltimore on 
the twenty-fifth day of this month. 

The painful news, which, the next day after the monmfdl event) had spread 
thronghont the State, carried with it, to thousands of friends and admirers, the 
shock of a personal affliction. * 

Colonel Marshall, a native and always a resident of the State, was known through- 
ont its extent, and had received at the hands of the people unasual honors for one 
of his age. At the breaking out of War, urged by the highest sense of duty to- 
ward hi:^ country, he left a home and family circle, adorned and valuable by all the 
charms which wealth, culture and taste could throw around them, and accepted 
the hardships of the field as Lieutenant Colonel of the Fourth Maine Regiment. 

In this capacity, at the battle of Dull Run, he displayed a gallantry, coolness 
under fire, discretion and military skill, which g&vc the public assurance that his 
future would fulfil the most flattering promise of personal friends. 

He was afterwards promoted and transferred to the command of the Seventh 
Regiment of Maii^e> stationed at Baltimore. He found the Regiment, then newly 
raised, almost without discipline, and {rave all his cnerey and skill to make it ready 
for actual service. He accomplished this, but at how great a price ! for in the ef- 
fort he overtasked himself, and contracted the disease which has taken him away. 

We mourn the gentleman who united with culture and strong intellect and manly 
virtue the graces of character which ensure respect and afiection. 

We mourn the soldier whose gallantry in the face of the enemy gave credit to his 
native State, and whose skill and prudence in these trying times cannot well be 
spared. 

All that remains is, to remember this true man, so that we may cherish his vii^ 
tnes and imitate his excellence. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant GeneraK 



He.\o QrAnTEKS, Adjitavt Gexeiial's Office, > 
Ausrusta, Dec. IG, 18G1. S 
GENERAL ORDER No. 58. 

Inf^jrmation has come to this Oificc of R'lilroad Passes, obtained by officers an* 
der representation of using them for the transportation of recruits into camp, 
being issued by tbcm to soldiers on furlough, for their convenience in going home 
and returning. This practice, it is well known to every officer, is in direct violation 
of repeated instructions from the Adjutant General, U. S. mustering and disburs* 
ing officers and others, who have acquainted them with the regulations applicable 
to the issue of Railroad Passes, which admits of bat one allowance for transporti^ 
Uon of recruits from the place of enlistment to the Regimental mdeivoiia. 



AMBNDIX A. 17 

Dae me&sfires are now taken to ascertain all infractions of this rule hereafter, 
And saoh individuals as are found offending, will incur the penalties provided in 
such cases. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L, HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Head Quarters, Adjutaivt OeHeral's Office, > 
Augusta, Dec. 20, 1861. 5 
GENERAL ORDER No. 69. 

The General Government having directed all recruiting and organising of troops 
by State authorities for the United States service, to cease from and after the first 
day of January next, at which time the War Department at Washington will as- 
sume the exclusive supervision and control of these duties, the Oommander-in- 
<1iief orders and directs, that all Staff Officers, or others appointed or specially 
calleii into service for the performance of duties connected directly or indirectly 
with such recruiting and organizing, he discharged from further service in connec- 
tion with such duties, on that day. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chie^ 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General 



SPECIAL ORDERS. 

rUTAlTT G 

Augusta, July 1, 1861 



Head Quabtebs, Adjutant Geiviebal*s Office, > 



SPECIAL ORDER No. 7. 

Upon application of Ira Andi-ews and associates of Biddeford, of over 45 years 
of age, under date of June 20, 18G1, for leave to form a Company for service, un- 
der 4th section of act "amendatory of chapter ten of the Revised Statutes, relating 
to the Militia,*' approved 25th April, 1861, the Governor orders that the services 
•of said Company be accepted, and appointed the following officers : 
Captain, Ira Andrews. 
Ist Lieutenant, Joseph Edwards. 
2d Lieutenant, Sylvester Boothby. 
Capt. Andrews is authorized to fill said Company up to forty-one members, be- 
sides commissioned officers. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, At^utant General. 



Hbad Quabtbbs, Adjutant General's Office, > 
Augusta, July 8, 1861. 5 
SPECIAL ORDER No. 0. 

Capt Ira Andrews will forthwith take post, with his Company of Home Guard 
irom Biddeford, in U. B. Fort McClarey in Kittery, for the protection of Gototr 

a 



1<g ADTCTJLST QESERAVS KSPOBT. 

meat property and KaTj Yud at that plaee, and there eontmne in the difigenf 
performaaoe of garrison and guard datj until otherwise ordered. 

Exact xnTentories, in duplicate, of GoTemmeat and State property found in said 
Fort upon takldg possession of the same will forthwith be retnmed to this Office. 
Dvplicate muster reHs of his command will be prepared by him, and the Company 
nmsterod into the serrioe of the State by an officer to be deagnated immediatdy 
upon information ftumished of due preparation as abore therefor. 

C^>t. Andrews will perform the necessary duties pertaining to the Commissary 
Department, as connected with has Company, and limit the expense of subsistence 
to the cost of the Army ration at his pest. Ko expenses will be incurred except 
such aa are indispensably necessary and recognised by the Army regulations. 

BillB, accounts and daims accruing in any way en account of said Company, 
while in serrioe as aforesaid, will be exhibited in duplicate, recdpted and transmit^ 
ted to tlus office, for approTal by the Goremor and ConncH, before being pud. 

Fun rolls, records, and morning and guard reports will be kept in duplicate, and 
one part transmitted weekly to this office. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HOPSDON, Adjutant General. 



HsA.D QrABTEBS, Adjctaxt Gexebal's OmcE, > 
Augusta , July 8, 1 SCI . J 
SPECIAL ORDER No. 8. 

Upon application of James Staples and associates of Portland, of this State, for 
leaye to form a Company for service under 6ection 4 of act ** amendatory of chap- 
ter ten of the Revised Statutes, relating to the Militia,*' approved 25th April, 18G1 .. 
the GoTemor orders that the serrioes of said Company be accepted, and appoints 
ihe following officers : 

Captain, James Staples. 

1st Lieutenant, Thomas Connor. 

9d Lieutenant, James F. Staples. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Head Quaktebs, Adjutaxt GexeralV Opfice, ) 
Augusta, July 22, 1861. I 
SPEaAL ORDER No. 12. 

Capt James Staples will forthwith take post with his Company of Home Guard 
in Portland, in U. S. Fort Scammd, Portland Harbor, for the protection of that 
port, and there continue in the diligent performance of garrison and guard duty 
until otherwise ordered. 

Exact schedules, in duplicates, of Government and State property found in said 
Fort, upon commencement of occupancy of same, will forthwith be made by him.- 
dedgnating each, and transmitted to this office. 

Duplicate muster rolls of his command will be prepared by him, and the Compa- 
ny mustered into the serrice of the State this day by Col. £. K. Harding. Assistant 
Qnartennaster General. 



APPENDIX A. 19 

'Cftpt. Staples win himself perform bXL requisite Commissary duties for liis Com^ 
'pany, and limit the expenses of subsistence to the cost of the Army rations at his 
post No expenses will be authorised except Mch as are indispensable, and recog- 
nized by the Army regulations. 

Bills, accounts and claims accruing in any way on acoomnt of said Company, 
"while in serTice as aforesaid, will be exhibited in duplicate, receipted and transmit- 
ted to tMs office for approval by the <3oTemor and Council, before being paid* 

Full rolls, records, morning and guard reports will be kept in duplicate, and 
«one part transmitted weekly to this Office. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant OeneraL 



HiAD QvAsma, Ad^cwaut GnmuLL's Omoi,f 
Augusta, Aug. 5, 1861. S 
SPEaAL ORDER No. ». 

Col. N. J. Jackson, of First Regiment of Maine Volunteers, will dismiss hit 
-Command, without pay and rations, or either, to their scTeral homes, and there 
<irait for further orders from the Governor. 

By order of the Commander-iU'^Chief, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant GenenO. 



Hkao Qcabtebs, Adjijtamt Obnbral's Office, > 
Augusta, Aug. 31, 1861. S . 
-SPECIAL ORDER No. 67. 

The Companies of Infantry in PortlMid, commanded by Captains (I. W. Tukey, 
Charles Walkec, M. R. Fessenden, C. H. Meserre and Wm. N. Shaw and Lieut N. 
T. Furbish, Captains Stevens' and Osgood's Companies of Lewiston, Oapt Emer- 
son's ComjMuiy of Auburn, and Capt Real's Company of Norway, all of Maine 
ITolunteers, will respeotiveHr rendesrous at Portland, on Tuesday, the tenth day of 
September next, to constitute a Regiment of Infkntry or Riflemen, to serve the 
-residtte of the term of two years, for which the members of said Companies of 
Tolunteers were severally enlisted, if not sooner discharged. 

Pay will commence from this date. 

Actual necessary subsistenoe, not exceeding the rata of $2,90 per week, previous 
to the rendexvoHs, will be allowed. 

The commanding officers of the several Companies are hereby authorised and 
requested to recruit and fill up their Companies, as soon as possible, to the stan- 
^dard established by the War Department 

It is desirable that the recruiting should be commenced and vigorously proM* 
«uted beft>re rcs»airing to the rendeivous at Portland. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, AcU^tant Oenerai 



20 AOJITTAin GENERAL'S RKPOBT. 

IXSTRUCTIOXS, ETC. 

Hkap QcAsnBS, Adjfiast 6K!nEEAL*s Opttce, > 

AognsU, April 22, 1861. J 

WSTRUCnONS TO RECRUITIXG OFHCERS. 

No man below the rank of commissioned ofiScer, will he received into the Militia 
serriee of tlie State, who is OTer forty-fire or under eighteen years of age, and not 
in good physical health and Tigor, or who refuses to take the oath of fidelity to the 
United States prescribed by the Articles of War. The consent, in writing, of the 
parents or guardians of minors, must invariably be had, before they can be re- 
eeixed into the serriee. All recruits wiQ sign the enclosed blank, enrolling them- 
s^es into the senriee, and from time to time, as they may be enlisted, they will be 
taken in squads before some person authorized to administer oaths, and required to 
take the oath aforesaid. Wheneyer fifty men have been enlisted according to the 
conditions above stated, the recruiting officer will notify the Major General of the 
Dirision within the limits of which the Company is raised, without delay, who will 
order an election of one Captain and two Lieutenants, to be the commissioned offi- 
cers of such Company. The Company will consist of the aforementioned oflScers, 
together with four Sergeants, four Corporals, one Fifer,. one Drummer, and 
sixty-four Priyates. The Volunteer Militia Companies thus raised will be armed 
and equipped by the State as soon as practicable after the completion of their or- 
ganisation. 

Instructions relatiye to subsistence and pay of Companies after the completion 
of their organisation, will be the subject of future orders, based upon the action 

of the Legislature. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

JOHN L. HO0SDON, AcUutant General. 



Executive Depabtmeht,> 
Augusta, May 17, 1861. $ 

WHESB.is, The Companies already formed and organised by the election of offi- 
oen» under the provisions of act of April 25, 1861 » providing for the raising often 
Regiments of Volunteers, &c., are more than sufficient to make up the number of 
Bcgiments which it is believed will be accepted by the United States from this State» 
for a considerable time to come, if ever; and whereas, the continuance of said 
Companies in quarters and under pay will involve large, and it is believed, un- 
necessary expense, and whereas, while the promptness and alacrity with which 
the members thereof have tendered their services to the country in this time of 
peril reflects the highest honor upon their loyalty and patriotism, and has been 
witnessed with pride and pleasure, and is hereby gratefully acknowledged, the 
duty still reokains of keeping the expenses accruing under said act within such 
limits as may be prudent and reasonable, and of husbanding the resources of 
the State for such necessities as may arise hereafter; it is therefore 

Obdebkd, That all Companies of Infantry or Riflemen formed and organized 
under the provisions of the act of April 25, 1861, aforesaid, that have not been, or 
shall not hereafter be designated to make up and constitute the six Regiments first 
organized under said act, be, and they are hereby, discharged from the seryice of 
the State; such discharge to take effisct on such day and at such time, as shall be 
appointed by the Governor and Conunander-in-Chief; provided, however, that such 
Companies (not constituting a part of either of the first six Regiments), or any of 
them, may, on or before the time which may be designated by the Commander-in- 
Chief for mustering them for payment respectively » elect to have leave of absence,. 



APPENDIX A. 21 

without pay or rations, untQ called into service by the GoTomor and Commander- 
in-Chief; or they, or any of them, may elect, on or before the time desifi^nated for 
mustering for payment as aforesaid, to devote not to exceed two days, or what is 
eqniralent thereto, each week, to drill and instruction, until otherwise ordered, 
and be paid pro rata therefor, without quarters or subsistence. Evidences of elec- 
tion in the cases aforesaid shall be made to the Governor by the certificate of a ma- 
jority of the commissioned officers of Companies; and no Company electing to 
accept leave of absence on the conditions above stated, or to devote not exceeding 
two days in each week to drill and instruction, without pay or subsistence, shall be 
discharged by virtue of this order. But in respect to all Companies (not including 
any in the first six Regiments) not accepting leave of absence, or electing to drill, 
&o., as aforesaid, this order is absolute, and the discharge of such Companies from 
the serrice of theState, from the time fixed by the Governor and Commander-in- 
Chief, will be final and unconditional. 

Obi>er£d, That the Governor and Commander-in-Chief be advised to cause a 
copy of the foregoing order to be communicated to the Captains of the Companies 
to be affected thereby ; and that he be further advised to cause them to be informed 
of the time appointed by him for the discharge of their respective Companies to 
take effect, and for mustering the same for payment. 

Iw Council, May 17, 18C1. 
Bead and adopted by the Council, and by the Governor approved. 
Attest : LEWIS D. MOORE, 

Deputy Secretary of State. 



Head Quabtebs, Apjutant Genbbjil's Office, > 
Augusta, May 17, 1861. ( 

To Captain 

In compliance with the foregoing order of the Goyemor and Council, I trans- 

sut the same herewith to you, and I hereby appoint , the day of , at 

of the clock in the noon, at -, as the time and place for the mustering 

and payment of your Company. And in the event that they shall not by that time 
hATe elected to take leave of absence, without pay or rations, until called into ser- 
Tice by the Governor and Commander-in-Chief, or in (kilure of this, shall not have 
elected to devote not exceeding two days in each week to drill and instruction, up- 
on pro rata pay, without quarters or subsistence, they will then and there be 
unconditionally discharged from further service by the officer detailed to muster and 
pay Uiem. 

By order of 

ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jr., 

Governor and Commander4n-Chief 

JOHN L. HODSDON, AoUotant General. 



HSAB QUAETEBS, AsJUTAlfT GkNKRAL'S OpfICB, > 

Augusta, May 17, 18(51. 5 
Captajk 

Your Company will be mustered for payment on , the day of May, in- 
stant, at o'clock in the noon, at your rendezvous in . 

You will therefore immediately prepare upon the blanks herewith ftirnished^ 



22 ADJUTAirX GSNXRArS BSPOBT. 

«daplie&te Beseripti^ Soils and Pay Rolla; and as no payment will be made for sev^ 
▼fees beyond this day, (except for occasional drill as proyided by order of Governor 
and Council), it is of the ittmoflt imi>ortance that said BoHs be completed prior to 
the date aforesaid. 

All aceoonta, cUums and demands, of every description, accrued for rations, &c., 
4bT said Company, most be made oat in daplicate, with vouchers attached, the cor- 
rectness certified to, approved by the proper party, receipted and delivered to the 
Mustering Officer at the time aforesaid, to be laid before the Governor and Council 
for ezsDunation and allowance. 

Arms, equipments, musical instruments and ether State property, if any, en- 
trusted to your Company, or to any officer or member thereof must be prepared in 
good order for inspection and delivery to the Mustering Officer. A copy of your 
Company Boll will also be required at that time. 

Sy order of the Commander-inUI!hiel^ 

JOHN L. HODSDON, AdjutMit General 



Head Quaatsbi, Adjutaut GE!nBLu.*s Ofhch, { 
Augusta, May 23, ISOl. { 

To 

Snt : In pursuance of General Order UTo.'ST, of this date, you will proceed t« 
the rendesvous of the following Companies, enlisted under act of April 25, 1861, 
and upon being famished by the Captains thereof with duplicate Company, Des- 
criptive and Pay Bolls, will proceed to pay each individual the amount shown 
thereon to be due, via : 

Capt 'a Company, at 

Yaa will be furnished by the Aoijutant General with the dates of the organisa- 
tions of said Companies, and will make no allowance prior to such organization : 
and to those enlisted after that time, pay will commence with their enlistment, and 
be made up to and including the day designated by General Order No. 27, and 
herein, for muster payment. The Pay Bolls to be made up in strict conformity 
with the original Enlistment Bolls, and to be ogned by each officer and private. 
The Companies will elect, in pursuance of the orders of Ute Governor and Couadl 
of May 17, 1861, (copies whereof have been duly transmitted thent,) whether la 
remain under their present organization in either of the conditions named in said 
Order, and transmit to the Ac^utant General the proper certificate of such electioiL 

You are famished with the following Blanks for the several Companies ordered 
to be mustered and paid by you, in case they do not receive those forwarded to 
them firom this Department, via : 

Duplicate Company, Deaoriptive and Pay Bolls; 

General Order No. 27, to muster for payment; 

Orders in Council, and of Commander-in-Chief, of the 17th inst ; 

General Order No. 28; 

Blanks for returns of drill and instruction ; 

Certificate of deetaon for leave of absenoe, without pay or rations; 

Certificate of election to devote certain time to drill; 

Blank vouchers for claims against Quartermaster General's Department, on no- 
count of said Company. 

Tou will return to the Adjutant General's Office the original Enlistment Boll, or 
esrtified copy thereof, and the completed duplicate Descriptive, Company and Pay 



SoUb, tBe certificate of election aforesaid, and any other papers relating to said 
Company Trhicli should be filed and recorded in the Adjutant Oenerars Ofilce. 

You will also famish parties having claims against the State, acomed on ac^ 
count of said Companies, with blanks for «xhibiting same,, and make return there* 
ef to Governor and Council fer examination and allowance. 

Companies electing to continue their organization and drill, will be fumifihed by 
you with blanks for weekly return thereof to Adjutant General's Office. Upon the 
production of completed Rolls, as aforesaid, by Companies electing to be disbanded 
&nd prior to the payment of said troops, you will require to be delivered you, all 
arms, equipments, musical instruments, books ef instmction^ and other Stat» 
property, if any, in possession of said Companies, oif their officers or members in- 
dividually, to be forthwith returned by you to the Acting Quartermaster General 
at Augusta. Other Companies herein named, mustered for payment, will furnish 
you with duplicate schedules of such property remaining in their posscs&ion. You 
will employ such clerks as may be ibund indispensably necessary fer the complete 
performance of the duties ei\ioined within the time specified, and make due return 
forthwith to this efllce^ 

JOHN L, HODSDON, AOjutAut General. 



Cax? Hamlin, > 
Ai^usta, Me., June 4, 1861. \ 
KEGIMEXTAL ORDER No. -. 

The Regiment will leave Augusta at 5 A« M. to-morrow. 

Tattoo will beat to-night at 8 P. M. Reveille to-morrow at 1 A. M. 

Knapsacks will be packed, excepting blankets, and one ration and thirty rounds 
of ammunition issued to each man before tattoo to-day. The remaining rations 
will be issued in boxes to Captains of Companies, for which they will be responsi^ 
Me and rea<ly to issue at the proper time. 

All baggage of officers and surplus subsistence and camp and garrison equipage, 
will be loaded into baggage cars before tattoo. 

The sentinels from tattoo to reveille will be doubled with loaded muskets. 

At reveille a strict roll irill be called. 

The men present in each Company will be divided into as many equal sqnadfl a» 
there are tents, reserving enough for the tent of the commissioned officers and 
kitchen tents. 

The relief not on post will be divided into as many squads as there are guard 
tents and tents for field officers. 

Then at the roll of the drum every man will proceed to the place assigned him, 
fiquads b^g under the charge of Sergeants and Corporals, all will proceed at once 
to onfjLsten the cords, pull up the pegs and pile them in order by the side of each 
tent. The tent poles will be loosened but held steadily by two men holding each. 

Previous to striking tents, arms to be stacked on Company grounds and accou- 
trements slung upon them. At the next tap of the drum, tents will all be lowered to 
the ground toward the west. Every man will forthwith give three cheers, without 
moving from his place. 

The tents will then be rolled up and well secured by the cords, the pegs inside, so 
that they will not &11 out. The squads will raise up their tents carefully— the 
commissioned officers' and kitchen tents included. 

The right Company will then move off in the most direct way to the car pre- 
pared. The next Company will move as soon as the first has passed it, and bo on 
throughout the Regiment. 



24 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

As soon as tlie first squad arrives and loads its camp equipage, the Sergeaht ia 
command will march it back to the Company ground ; the next following Bquad» 
the same. The reserve guard, after the tents fall, will be tnarched to a place near 
the place of loading — the officer in charge of them will give them the proper in- 
structions. 

The first two returned squads will remove in the same manner the Coloners tents, 
the next two the remaining field officers', and so on for the Staff. 

As soon as possible after loading the cars, the Companies will be formed on their 
respective Company grounds, and take their arms. Immediately the drums will 
beat a recall of sentinels, when the sentinels will be marched to the guard tent and 
formed in platoons. They will form the advance guard— the reserve sentinels will 
form the rear guard. 

The band will play a quick march, and place themselves in the rear of the ad- 
Tance guard. A Company will follow next by platoons, B next, C next, and 5?o 
on— the Field and Staff taking their proper places in the column. The reserve 
guard will bring up the rear. 

The commander of the advance guard will lead the column through the removed 
fence in front of the Stite House, and proceed down State Street to Grove, and 
down Grove Street to the cars. Several rods before reaching the railroad the ma«^ 
sic will cease, the command be halted, the first car being ready at the crossing of 
the road. 

The advance guard will enter from the rear of the car, by the flank, filing rijcht 
and left, fill up the front seats of the car. The Band will move out of the way and 
be halted near. ' 

First platoon, Co. A, will follow the advance guard » officers remaining with their 
command. This car will be moved along, and the second car will be filled up by 
the next platoon and the 1st section of the 1st platoon. Company B. This car will 
move on and the next filled by 2d section and i-craaining platoon Company B., and 
so on throughout. 

The rear of the last car will be occupied by the rear guard. 

A middle car will have been left unoccupied for the Band, Field and Staff and 
servants, who will enter last. The cars will be locked so soon as they are filled. 

As soon as the baggage train is loaded it will move on under charge of the Quar^ 
tcrmaster, having with him wagoners and such assistants as he may require. 

lie will employ G. W. Rickcr, or some other responsible citizen of Aui^usta, to 
have entire charge of putting aboard the horses and their furniture, having th« 
wagoners under his command until the end of the journey. 

The baggage train will lead at the start, and may move off as soon as loaded. 
The passeuLjCr train will follow, starting at 5 A. M. precisely, and will pass the 
other train at some point between Augusta and Boston. 

Two officers of the night guard will bo appointed. The officer of the day will 
accompany the rear guard. 

No officers or men, except the Field and Staff, will be permitted to leave the oars 
before reaching Boston, except by the written permission of the Colonel. 

Canteens will be filled with water to-day before tattoo. 

The Fielil Officers will see the above orders carried out 
By order of 0. 0. HOWARD, 

Colonel Commanding Third Maine Regiment. 

£. BURT, Lieutenant and Adjutant 



APPENDIX A. 25 

Head QtjABTBBS, Adjutaky General's Office, > 
Augosta, Sept. 14, 1861. $ 

INSTKUCTIO\S TO CAVALRY RECRUITING OFFICERS. 

let. None but sound, able-bodied men in all respects, between the ages of 18 
and 35 years, of correct morals and temperate habits, active, intelligent, Tigorons 
and hardy, weighing not less than 125 nor more than 160 pounds, must be enlisted. 

2d. Unmarried men, equally qualified in all respects as those haying &milieB, 
most invariably have the preference for enlistment 

3d. Promises of promotion, leave of absence or other favor or privilege, by the 
enlisting officer, are unauthorized. The enlistment must be voluntary in every 
respect, and each recruit, prior thereto, must be fully acquainted with these in- 
structions. 

4tli. Recruits will undergo a strict and thorough examination by a competent 
medical man, who will, if they are found competent, record and ngn the result in 
detail, upon blank certificates furnished, and deliver the same to enlisting officer, 
who will return it to this office. 

5th. Enlistment of recruits will be made after such satisfactory medical exami- 
nations in triplicate, by the hand of the recruit, upon the lists herewith Aimished, 
and the data called for must be inserted in the columns opposite the signatures. 
The utmost care is necessary in the performance of this duty. 

6th. Reports daily, upon blanks herewith furnished, of additions to list, must 
be punctually made to this office. 

7th. Board will be provided fur recruits by enlisting officers, at rates exceeding 
in no case $2.50 per week. 

Stli. Pay and subsistence wHl commence with the date of enlistment 

9th. Instructions based upon daily returns of men enlisted, will be forwarded 
from this office, for their transportation to Augusta, the place of rendezvous. 

10th. Descriptive Rolls in triplicate, filled up at time of enlistment, must be 
forwarded with recruits to Augusta. 

11th. The consent in writing of parents or guardians, will alone authorize the 
enlbtment of minors. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, 
Adjutant and Acting Quartermaster General. 



Head Quaktebs, Adjutakt Genkral's Ofvioe, > 
Augusta, Oct 16, 1861. 5 



Sat : It is ordered that one part of the triplicate Enlistment and Descriptive 
Rolls of all men recruited by you, in this State, be duly examined, corrected and 
certified by you officially, and returned to this office at the time of the completion 
of your recruiting, and before the recruits leave the rendezvous in this State, for 
their respective R^ments. 

If this requirement is neglected, such men will not be properly recognized in ter- 
vice, and the pecuniary and other rights of themselves and families, now and here- 
after, may be lost entirely. 

The omission to lodge in this office a full and complete description of every man 
going into military service from this Statd, as also the name of the corps in which 
he enlists, subiJects him and his heirs to the hazard of a forfeiture in certain contin- 
g^^neies, of all provisions of law now existing, or that may hereafter be enacted, 
Ibr monthly pay, clothing and subsistence, money and land bounty, arrears of pay ^ 
4 



26 ADJUTANT QENSSAL*8 RSPOKT. 

travellmg pay and subsistence, extra pay, half-pay and pension, and other sap* 
port, compensation and gratuities, for himself or his widow or heirs. 

Any Recruiting Officer disregarding this order, will be reported to the War De- 
partment therefor. 

Respeotftilly yotirs, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant GeneraL 



Heab Quabters, Adjctaxt Gekeral*s Officb, > 
Augusta, Oct. 7, 1801. 5 

Sib : Daily returns of enlistments must be made by you to this Office. In de- 
fault thereof, your authority will be revoked. 

Respectfully yours, 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



Head Qttartebs, Adjutant Gkkekal's Ofticb, > 
Augusta, Oct. 23, 1861. $ 



Dear Sir : Herewith I send you Rolls for the enlistment of soldiers for the VoU 

unteer Regiment of , to be raised by Maine for the United States. 

It will be perceived from General Order No. — , copies of which I send you, that na 
State Bounty can be paid troops, but in all other respects they will be paid and 
treated as regiments that have already been sent from this State. 

Rolls must be signed in triplicate, that is, each man must sign three Rolls, and 
his name must also be entered, and he be fully described upon three Descriptive 
Rolls. 

Recruits that are r^ected by the Surgeon or Mustering Officer, will receive na 
pay, and cases of plain and apparent incompetency of enlisted men, will devolve 
all the expense of board, transportation, &c., of such men, upon the Recruiting 
Officer. 

Promises of promotion, leave of absence, or other favor or indulgence, are un- 
authorized. 

Reports daily upon blanks furnished, of additional enlistments, must be made 
and forwarded by mail to this Office. 

Pay and subsistence (latter not exceeding $ per week) will commence with 

date of enlistment. 

Instructions based upon duly returns of men enlisted, will be forwarded from 
this office, for their transportation to Augusta, the place of rendezvous. 

Enlistment and Descriptive Rolls in triplicate, as also certificate of examination, 
must be sent to this office when recruits come into camp in this city. 

The consent in writing of parents or guardians, wiU alone authorize the enlist- 
ment of minors. 

Reasonable expenses neoessarily incurred in recruiting will be allowed, provided 
these instraetlons are fUly complied with. 

The following paragraphs from General Orders of the War Department, No. 70, 
dated Sept. 3, 1861, will govern you in incurring liabilitie0» and in exhibiting theo 
for ra-imbufsement : * 

"BBla must in all oaaee specify the date of expendttare, the partiovlar item and 



APPBNBIX A. 27 

amount, and the Company or R^ment for which the expense was inonrred. They 
mast be aocompamed by the reoeipt of the party to whom payment was made, and 
by a certificate of the officer or person inoarring the expense, that the amount 
charged is accurate and jttst, and that it was necessary to the public serTice, for 
troops raised for the United States. 

*' Among expenses properly chargeable against this appropriation may be enu- 
merated : 

•* 1st. Rent of rendeavous or office for recruiting. 

" 2d. Commutation of fuel and quarters for officers already mustered into ser- 
vice, when detatched on recruiting duty. 

" 3;1. Subsistence of Volunteers prior to their muster into service. After 
Buch must«r, subsistence will be provided by the Subsistence Department If pos- 
sible subsistence will be issued in kind, as recognised in the regular service, (or if 
other articles are substituted, the cost of the whole must not exceed the regular 
supplies), and will be paid for at rates not exceeding the current prices at the place 
of purchase. If subsistence cannot be furnished in kind, and board be necessary, 
it will be furnished. 

** 4th. Nece^jsiry transportation of volunteers prior to completion of Company 
organia^tion and muster into service as a Company. After completion of such 
organization and muster, transportation will be paid by the Quartermaster's De- 
partment. Transportation will be at the rate of two cents per mile for railroad 
travel, and at the current rates for stage and steamboat fare. * * * 

*'7th. Necessary medicines and medical attendance prior to organisation of 
R^g^ments, or the mustering in of Regimental Surgeons. 

** 8th. Actual railroad, stage or steamboat fare, necessarily incurred by author- 
ised officer? in n\ising or recruiting volunteers. 

** S^th. Advertising. Officers recruiting will be authorized to advertise for re- 
craits in not to exceed two newspapers for each rendezvous under their charge. * * 

*' 1 Ith. All other expenses allowed for recruiting in the regular service not here- 
in mentioned, and incurred for volunteers previous to their muster into the United 
States service.'* 

It is important that the greatest dispatch should be used in filling the Regiment, 
and that the men should be in readiness to report themselves at Augusta at short 
notice. 

In the absence of specific instructions upon any point occurring in making en- 
listments, you will be governed by the provisions of the General Order herewith 
transmitted. Respectfully, 

Tour obedient servant, 

JOHN L. H0D3D0N, Adjutant General. 



He-vd Quabtebs, Adjutakt Gexkral's Office, > 
Augusta, Oct. 38, 1861. $ 
To 

It is found that many Companies and Squads are not properly enlisted, fbr al- 
though a single signature binds the recruit, the War Department, for the soldiers' 
benefit, requires all enlistments to be made in triplicates, and the Recruiting Officer 
to have each man fully described upon descriptive rolls, in triplicate, and each roll 
certified. 

Are your men all thus enlisted ? If not, neither you or they wiU receive pay, 
uor will any recruiting expenses be paid. 

Where are your three Enlistment and three DsBcriptive Rolls ? 



28 



ADJUTANT GBNBRAL'S RBPOBT. 



Is the name of each and erery man you have enlisted (wbether present or ab- 
sent) npon each of these six rolls, and are those rolls duly certified T 
Attend to this now, in preference to anything else, and report to this office. 

JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General. 



PLAN FOR TRANSmTTINO MONEYS FROM THE SOLDIERS OF THE 
MAINE REGI>IENTS TO THEIR FAMILIES, &c. 

AllottMnt Roll qf Co. , Regiment United States Volunteers. 

We, the undersigned, members of Co. , of Regiment, hereby re- 
quest and direct the Paymaster of said Regiment to reserve from oar monthly pay 

the amounts set opposite our names, the same to be transmitted to , of , 

for distribution to the persons respectiTely indicated by us as assignees. 



i 

I 



Aselgnees. 



Names. Address. 



Sig- 
natnres. 



Remarks. 



I hereby certify that the above document was signed and executed by the parties 
therdn named, in my presence. 

Capt. Co. — , . 

Dated , 186-, 

In authentication of this method of transmitting fund? from the soldiers to their 
friends and assignees in Maine, the following ''Extract Arom General Orders No. 
81, of the War Department,'* and request of the Governor, is endorsed on each 
Allotment Roll : 

EXTRACT FR05I GENERAL ORDERS No. 81. 

" Wae Department, Adj't Gexl*s Office, ) 
Washington, Sept. 19, 1861. $ 

** In accordance with Section 12 of the act of Congress, July 32, 1861, entitled 
* An act to authorize the employment of Volunteers,* the following method of ena- 
bling such of the Volunteer forces of the United States as may desire it, to assign 
portions of their pay for the benefit of their families, is hereby adopted : 

" 1st The assignment of pay will be made on a separate roll, to be executed 
under the supervision of the Captain, or immediate commander of the reomit at 
the time of enlistment, or of the soldier in camp. 

" 3d. When completed, the Allotment Roll ia to be transmitted to the Paymas- 
ter General, by whom deductions will be made on each subsequent pay roll, and 
the aggregate amount of each Company's assignment will be transmitted by him 
to the distributor named in the roll, together with a copy of said roll." 

The undersigned respectfully requests the Colonels and other officers of the Beg- 



APPENDIX A. 29 

imentfl of Maine Volunteers, to facilitate* so far as may be in their power, the ob- 
jects contemplated by the within Allotment Roll. 

ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jr., Governor of Maine. 

And to secure soldiers and their assignees against loss, the several trustees give 
bonds for the prompt and faithful payment of the sums received by them, of which 
the following is a copy : 

STATE OF MAINE. 

Kkow all 31EN BY THESE P&ESENT8, That I, , iu the State of Maine, as prin- 
cipal, and we , as sureties, are held and stapd firmly bound and obliged 

unto Nathan Dane of Alfred, gnd John L. Hodsdon of Bangor, or to the survivor 
of them, in behalf and for the benefit of the assignees of recruits and soldiers 
named in certain Allotment Rolls, in which the money is directed to be transmitted 

to said , for the benefit of said assignee, in the full and just sum of fifteen 

thousand dollars ; to the which payment well and truly to be made to the said 
Dane and Hodsdon, or the survivor of them, for the benefit of the assignees 
aforesaid, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, firmly by 
these presents. 

Sealed with our seals, this day of December, A. D. 1861. 

And the condition of the foregoing obligation is such, that whereas sundry offi- 
cers and soldiers of different Regiments and Companies of the Maine Volunteers 
have, on certain Allotment Rolls (so-called) directed certain portions, as therein 

designated, of their monthly pay, to be transmitted to said , for the use of and 

to be paid over to the several persons named as assignees in said Allotment Rolls. 

Now, therefore, if said shall, from time to time as the money shall be received 

by him, promptly and truly pay over to said assignees respectively, on demand, 
the amount of money assigned them, that is, to each one of them, the amount so 
assi^ed to him by said Allotment Rolls, this obligation shall cease and be void ; 

but if the swd shall fail promptly and truly to pay over, on demand, to said 

assignees, or any of them, the sum or sums belonging to him, or them respective- 
ly, under said allotment, it shall remain in full force and virtue. 

Sigped, sealed and delivered 

in the presence of . 

The following gentlemen have been appointed trustees, to receive and pay over 
sach moneys as may be assigned to them in the Allotment Rolls aforesaid : 

Hon. Samuel Cony, Augusta, President of the Augusta Bank-; 

Hon. William Rowell, Skowhegan, President of the Somerset Bank; 

Hon. (reorgo Downes, Calais, President of the Calais Bank; 

Hon. Thomas Marshall, Belfast, President of the Belfast Bank; 

General W. H. Tltcomb, Rockland, Cashier of the Rockland Bank ; 

John C. Bradbury, Esq., Saco, Cashier of the York Bank; 

Otis Kimball, Esq., Bath, Cashier of the City Bank; 

A. H. Small, Esq., Lewiston, Cashier of the Lcwiston Falls Bank; 

Homer Percival, Esq., Waterville, Cashier of the People's Bank; 

Hon. F. G. Butler, President of Sandy River Bank, Farmington; 

£. B. Pierce, Esq., Cashier of the Lumberman's Bank, Oldtown; 

Hon. Isaiah Stetson, Bangor, Mayor of Bangor; 

Henry R. Lord, Esq., Portland, Treasurer of the City of Portland; 

P. W. Perry, Esq., Ellsworth, Clerk of the Courts; 

Hon. T. S. Pullen, Forcroft, Judge of Probate; 

Ezra F. Beal, Esq., Norway; 

Ebenezer Woodbury, Esq., Houlton; 

Edwin Flye, Esq., Damarisootta. 
As these gentlemen have generously consented to act without comp^isation for 
their services, it will be seen that this system combines the advantages of economy 
and safety. 



80 ADJUTANT oaifXEAL'S BEPQBX. 

CERTAIN ORDEBS ISftUED PROM WAR DEPARTMEHT— RELATCfS TO 
JIUSTERING, PAYMENT, &c., OF VOUJNTBBRa 



Wab BsPABTBBanr, xIdjtitaht Gknheal's OrFm, J 
Waahington, Sept. 16, L^l. 5 
GENERAL ORDERS, No. 78. 

L All persons having reeeiTod authority from the War Departnuent to riuse ToU 
onteer Bei^mcnta, Batteric:! or Ciimponies, in the loyal Sbitea, are, with their com- 
mands, Hereliy phiced aniler the orders of the Governors of thoae States, tx> whom 
they will imme'liately report the present condition o{ thrir re s pe e tive organiaationg, 
Thene troops will be or^ntzcl, or re-or^anized, and prepared for serrice by thit 
Guvemora of tlieir respective States in the mannor they may judge moat advantk- 
aeoii'i i'or tlie InCereaCe of the General Government. 

IL Volunteer officers who have complied or may hereafter comply with the con- 
ditio ns of their respective .iccsptatione from the War Department, and who hav* 
not ra.!eivei ooinmidi^ions rVom the President of the Cnited Skates, will be commis- 
sione^l by the Governors of the rcapeotive States by famishing the Regiments, Bat- 
teriefl, or independent Companies to which these officers are attaohetL 

III. The Governors of the several States may, at any time during the organoa- 
tion of a Volunteer Re<^ment, authorize the Adjutant, QuartermaBter, and, when 
absolutely necR3<tiry, the Merlical <^fficer9 thereof, to be mustered into service, to aid 
in rivrmitin? the Regiment, anil for prompt transaction of all other public business. 
All others officers will be mustered into the service as directed in Greneral ()rder9 
No. 61, current series, fh^m this office. 

By order : L. THOMAS, Adjutant GeneraL 

Official : 
, Assistant Adjutant General. 



Was DEPABraoDiT, Adjutaiit Gbnesal's Office, \ 
Wjwhingtun, Oct. 1, lb*31. J 
GENER.U. ORDERS, No. S3. 

I. Tlie six Now Emjlmd .-^tites will temporarily constitute a separate military 
department, to be called the Dppartment of New England. Head Quarters, Boa- 
ton. Major (ieneral B. F. Butler, United States Volunteer Service, while engaged 
in recruiting hid Division, will command. 

n. Lieutenants appointel ai'le^ to 'general officers, are not droppel fh>m tlieir 
Regiments, but should be reporto<l upon the returns thereof, as ''absent upon de>- 
tached service." 

III. Officer?^ of tlie Volunteer S^^rvice sent upon Regimental Recruiting Service, 
will make out three mustcr-in rolb of recruits enlisted; the first of which wiU be 
sent to the Ailjutant General of the Army, the second to the A^jutaot General of 
the State to which the Regiment belongs, and the third to the Commanding Officer 
of the Regiment. 

By order : L. THOMAS, Adjutant General 
Official : 
,*Ad:iistant Adjutant General. 



APPfiHTDIX A. 81 

A-DJOTANT Gekeral^s Omc 
Washington, Oct 23, 1861. 



Wab Oefabtment, Adjutant Gekeral^s OmcE, > 

- 1. 1 



GENERAL ORDERS, No. 90. 

The following plan for paying to the families of officers and soldiers in the ser* 
▼ice of the United States, who are, or may become prisoners of war, sums due 
them by the Government, having been approved by the President, it is published 
for the information of all concerned : 

Payment will be made to persons presenting a written authority from a prisoner 
to draw his pay; or, without such authority, to his wife, the guardian of his minor 
children, or his widowed mother, in the order named. 

Application for such pay must be made to the senior Paymaster of the district in 
whidi the Regiment of the prisoner is serving, and must be accompanied by the 
certificate of a Judge of a Court of the United States, or of a Uistrict Attorney of 
the United States, or of some other party under the seal of a Court of Record of 
the State in which the applicant is a resident, setting forth that the said applicant 
IB the wife of the prisoner, the guardian of his children, or his widowed mother, 
and if occupying either of the last two relationships towards him, that there is no 
one in existence who is more nearly related, according to the above classification. 

Payments will be made to parties thus authorized and identified, on the receipts 
made out in the manner that would be required of the prisoner himself, at least 
one month's pay being in all cases retained by the United States. The officer mak- 
ing the payment will see that it is entered on the last previous muster roll for the 
payment of the prisoner's Company, or will .report it, if those rolls are not in his 
possession, to the senior Paymaster of the district, who will either attend to the 
entry or give notice of the payment to the Paymaster General, if the rolls have 
been forwarded to his office. 

By order : L. THOMAS, AdUutant General. 

Official: 
, Assistant Adjutant General. 



'VTar Dbpartmekt, ADjrTAXT Gexebal's Office, > 
Washington, Oct. 26, 1861. ^S 
GENERAL ORDERS, No. 91. 

I. United States Mustering and Disbursing Officers will supply subsistence, both 
prior and subsequent to muster, for all Volunteer organiEations raised under prop- 
er authority, whether originally granted by Governors of loyal States or directly 
by the War Department. 

Subaistence, prior to muster, will be paid from the appropriation for "collecting, 
drilling and organizing Volunteers,'* and subsequent thereto from the appropriation 
for the subsistence of the Army. Requisitions for funds for the former expendi- 
tures will be made upon the Adjutant General, and for the latter upon the Com- 
missary General of Subsistence. 

Accounts for expenditures under the first head will be rendered to the Adjutant 
General, and under the second to the Commissary General of Subsistence. 

n. The attention of officers supplying subsistence to Volunteers in the process 
of their organization into Companies and Regiments, both prior to and subsequent 
to muster, is called to the exorbitant prices demanded and paid for this otuect. Ra- 
tions, in kind, will hereafter be issued whenever cooking facilities can be furnished 
to the troops, whether in squads or in larger bodies. If the rations cannot be con- 
tracted for at a reasonable rate, subsistence will be procured in bulk, and issued to the 
Volunteers. In no case should the cost of the ration, uncooked, exceed nineteen 



g2 ADJUTANT QKXBBAL'S REPORT. 

cents, and at most points in the Western States it shculd not exceed fourteen oentF. 
When cooking facilities cannot be furnished, contracts for the rations, cooked, may 
be made at reasonable rates, and the necessity for the same must be clearly stated 
on the accounts. When board and lodging arc necessary, the prices for each should 
be stated, and the aggregate cost of both must not exceed forty cents per day. 

in. No bands for Volunteer Regiments will in future be mustered into scrvicei 
and vacancies that may hereafter occur in bands now in service will not be filled. 

All members of bands now in service that are not musicians will be discharged 
upon the receipt of this order,' by their respective Regimental Commanders. 

By order : L. THOMAS, Adjutant General. 

Official : 
Assistant Adjutant General. 



Wah Depabtmext, Adjutant Gekeral's Office, > 
Washington, Oct. 31, 1861. J 
GENERAL ORDERS, No. 93. 

I. The bounty of one hundred dollars granted to the widow or heirs of a dc 
ceased Volunteer by the 0th section of the act ** to authorise the employment of 
Volunteers," approved July 2*i, 1801, which the Second Auditor has been directed 
to place to the credit ot the said decedent on the final settlement of his account, 
will be charged to the fifty-five millions of dollars for the pay of two and three 
years Volunteers, appropriated by the act " making additional appropriations lt>r 
the support of the Army,'* approved July 17, 1801. 

II. Such commanding officers of Volunteer Regiments, raised in conformity 
with direct acceptances from the War Department, as have not already done so, 
will at once prepare and transmit to the Governors of their respective States, com- 
plete muster rolls of their several commands as at present organized. 

III. The attention of officers is called to Paragraph 997, Revised Regulations, in 
wh^h they are forbidden to give or take any receipt in blank for public money or 
property. 

IV. Capt. Henry B. Davidson, 1st Cavalry, having left his Regiment July 1, 
ISGl^on thirty days' leave, and having failed to report for duty at the expiration 
of said leave or since, he will be dropped from the rolls of the Army, to date from 
July 30, 18-31. 

By order : L. THOMAS, Adjutant General. 

Official : 

■ Assistant Adjutant General. 



Head Quabtees of the Abut, Adjittakt Gkxeral's Office, > 
Washington, Nov. 14, 1861. $ 
GENERAL ORDERS, No. 99. 

The Migor General Commanding announces to the Army, with sincere pleasure, 
Ist, the brilliant reduction of the Forts in Port Royal Harbor, by the officers and 
sailors of our gallant fleet, under command of Flag Officer S. F. DuPont, the utter 
rout of the enemy, the capture of the town of Beaufort, and the landing of Briga- 
dier General T. W. Sherman's Army on the coast of South Carolina; 2d, the victo- 
ry achieved by Brigadier General William Nelson, at Pikoville, Ky., in which, after 
two days' hard fighting, the rebels were completely defeated and put to flight; and 



APPBNBIX A. 38 

3d, tlie dftring attack made by Brigadier General U. S. Grant, with an inferior 
fiiroe, on the rebels at Belmont, Mo., and the signal defeat of the latter, with a loss 
of &n their artillery, baggage and means of transportation. 

The Mi^or General Commanding cannot too highly extol the steadiness, conrage 
and admirable conduct, displayed by officers, sailors and soldiers, alike, in these 
sereral engagements. He commends them to the imitation of the whole Army. 
By command of 

Majos Gkheral Gig. B. McGlbllah : 

L. THOBfAS, Adjutant Graeral. 
Official: 
Assistant Adjutant General. 



Wak Dspaktmkjit, Adjutulivt General's Opficb, I 

Washington, Not. 30, 1861. J 

GSNERAL OBBEBS, No. 101. 

The intention of the Goyemment in reserring th^ original Tacancies of Second 
lieatenants, Ibr the most deserring among the non-commissioned officers of the 
new regular regiments, was two-fold— to secure the serrioes of brare, intelligent 
tad eneq;etic officers, by appointing only those who had fully proTed themselTes 
to* be such, alter a fkir competition with all who chose to enter the lists against 
theoH- and to gite to the young men of the country— those especially who were 
poor, unknown, and without any sodal or political influence — an equal opportuni 
ty with the most ferored. In G^eral Orders No. 16, of May 4, 1861, this intention 
was publicly announced. It is now re-affimed ; and commanding officers of the 
new Be^iments wiU see that it is carried out in good feith. 

By order : L. THOMAS, Adjutant General. 

Offidal: 

Asristent Adjutant General. ^ 



APPENDIX B. 



STATE OF MAINE. 

ROSTER OP THE GENERAL AND DIVISION FIELD AND STAFF. 



. GoMiLODXB-iv-Cnxr: 
HIS EXCELLENCY— ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jb. 

STAFF: 
LiMilMi«al Colomi A. W. WOdm, 

•* " WiUiAin A. Winship, 






JOHN L. HODSDOH, iMrnfoiir Gtmerrd amd /Lttmg Qmm$enuuim Gmmal. 
CoLOVML Xdwabb K. HABBOia^ AgnWmtf QmttmmMttv GcimmL 



piBST Dinsioy. 

JAMS3 H. BUTLEB, Major Gmural. 
STAFF: 
Mftjor ChariM B. Dole, > j • . ^. /^ 

Litataiuuit CoIon«l Jaibm Dunning, 7>tBtfion hupuetar. 
Major Thomas Hoimj, DitMsm Qnatermaater, 
Major Benjamin B. Mnnay, Jr., Dtvinom Advocatt. 



SKCOND DITISION. 

WILLIAM H. TITOOMB, Mofor Gtiurai, 

STAFF: 

Major Samnoi H. Alien, > a;^^^. /^— 

« George W. KimbaU, Jr.. J ^'"^^•'Camp. 

Lientenant Colonei John S. Case, DiviMiim Itupatar, 
Major Bveretft W. Stetaon, Divmcn QmarUrmaaitr. 
Major Charlei A. Miller, Divuum Admteaie, 



THIBO DIVISION. 
WILLIAM W. VIBQIN, Mnjor Gaunl, 
STAFF: 
Mi^ior Chfrlea X. Shaw, Mdo^^^Camp. 
Uevftnaaft Goiosel Nalhaa Barker, DimMim 
Ma^ William P. Fiye, Dimtkm QMortoiiMitcr. 
Major W. W. BolMar, IMfmmm Adtocdf, 



APFBKDIX B. 



85 



A^>habetical ttoBier of Oommissumed Officers in service of (he Gen- 
eral Government, as shown by the Records of the Adjutant GeneraFs 
Department, January 1, 1862. 



Names. 



Kaak. 



Abbott IsMC C, 
Adams James W., 
Adams John M., 
Adams John N., 
Adams John Q., 
Adams Enoeh, 
Albee James H., 
Allen Samnel U., 
Andrews Ira, 
Andrews George S., 
Andrews John H., 
Appleton John F., 
Atwood George £., 
Areber Still man C, 
Anld John G., 
Ajer Richard S., 
Batehelder Edwin A., 
Batchelder John A., 
Baker Charles U., 
Baker Seollay B., 
Bsker William F., 
Bolan Albion K., 
Bareley Samuel R., 
Barrows Bar id S , 
Bsrtlett George W., 
Barnard Charles, 
Barker Silas C, 
Bates James M., 
Bates Charles A., 
BealJobnM., 
Beal Gsorge iL, 
Bean Andrew JD., 
Bean SjWanns B., 
Bsardflej John D., 
Berry Hiram G., 
Biekmore Charles S., 
Bieknsll George W., 
Bieknell Fayette, 
Binaej H. Martin, 
Bifbee L. B., 
Biabee Horatio, Jr., 
Biibee Elisha S , 
Black William T., 
Blsek James M., 
Blaekmsn Horaee, 
Blake John, 2d, 
Blake Jonathan, 
Blithen Zebnlon B., 
Bfodgett George, 
Blossom Waldo A.,* 
Boothbj Stephen, 
Bolton Blbridge G., 
Bonme George F., 
Bowea John C C, 
Boyee Michael, 
Bojnton Warren H., 
Boyntoa flenrj, 
Bradbarjr Albert W., 
Brady Joeiab. 



Quartermaster, 
Lientenant, 

do 
Chaplain, 
Gapt«in, 
Surgeon, 
Lieutenant, 
Major, 
Lieutenant, 

do 

do 
CapUtn; 
Lieutenant, 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 

do 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 

do 
Captain, 

do 
Lientenatit, 

de 
Captain, 
Chiiplain, 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
Surgeon, 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
Colonel, 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 

do 
ColonsI, 
lAdjutent, 
Lieutenant, 
> do 

do 
I do 

(Lieut. Colonel, 
I Lieutenant, 
I Assis't Surgeon, 
>Captaio, 
I do 
Lieutenant, 
I Captain, 
Lieutenant, 

do 

do 

do 

de 

do 

de 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
Captain, 
Junior 1st Lt., 
LieateAtnt, 



Comp. 


Reg't 


Corps. 




4 


Infantry. 


E 


2 


do 


A 


8 


do 




6 


do 


A 


10 


do 




14 


do 


B 


11 


do 




1 


CitTalry. 


A 




Guard at Fort M'CIarj. 


C 


3 


Infantry. 


E 


9 


do 


H 


12 


do 


F 


6 


do 


X 


IS 


do 


E 


4 


do 


A 


4 


do 


B 


3 


do 


c 


9 


do 


H 


1 


Caraliy. 


I 


9 


Infantry. 


I> 


9 


do 


F 


14 


do 


H 


9 


do 


C 


6 


do 




14 


do 


A 


14 


do 
Sharp Shooters. 


! 


13 


Infantry. 


" D 


13 


do 


F 


11 


do 1 




10 


do 


F 


4 


do 


A 


11 


do 


D 


10 


do / 




4 


do 




14 


do 


H 


6 


do 


K 


10 


do 


D 


10 


do 


K 


4 


do 




9 


do 


F 


9 


do 




12 


do 


B 


10 


do 


F 


14 


do 


F 


9 


do 


G 


10 


do 


G 


1 


CaTalry. 


A 


14 


Infantry. 


F 


13 


do 


F 


1 


Caralry, 


A 


12 


Infantry. 


H 


4 


do 


M 


1 


Canary. 


I 


15 


Infantry. 


F 


2 


do 


D» 


8 


do 
Ist Battery of ArtlllsTy* 




6 


In&Atry. 



36 AD JTJTAmT GBHIEAVS SIFOBT. 

Hosier of Commissioned Officers, ( CanHnued.) 



y^mt. 



Bank. 



CoBp. Beg't.l 



Corpt: 



Braioard William A., 
Bnutow BUIiogi, 
Brawn Henry, 
Briekett George B., 
Brooks, Chartes A., 
Brown J. J., 
Brown Geori^e I., 
Brown George W., 
Brown George B., 
Brown Charles 0., 
Brown George M., 
Brown James H., 
Bryant John E , 
Bnek Addison P., 
Bnek Alfred E., 
Buck Benjamin J., 
Bnekman Hamlin T., 
Badge Gibson S., 
Bamp Aastin 9., 
Bnliinger John H., 
Bnrbank Angnstas J., 
Bnmham Hiram, 
Bnrd Charles H., 
Bnrgess MelriUa C, 
Bnrt Edwin, 
Bntler Bdward K., 
Bnilar Joseph G., 
Bnxton Benjamin ¥., 
Ckldwell John C, 
Campbell Robert F., 
Carlisle Jason, 
Carr Josiah, 
Curer Lorenso D., 
Cary George, 
Cary Theodore, 
Cass Edward H., 
Cates Thomas S., 
Chadboame Paul, 
Chadwell George H., 
Chandler Charles H., 
Chaaning John W., 
Chaplin Daniel, 
Chase B. A., 
Chase Lewis. 
Chasa Washington I., 
Chaae William D., 
Cheney George H., 
CUley Jonathan P., 
Clark Daniel C, 
Clark Bira, 
Clark William H., 
Clayton Charles W., 
CleaTes Samnel 8., 
Clottdman Andrew C.» 
Olongh Angoitina W., 
Obbb J. C, 
Ooan Abbott, 
Cochrane OranTilla P., 
Oolby George W., 
Oolby Joseph^ 
OdU Nathaniel W.. 
Colaman WUliaa P., 
Ombot Salden, 



Lievtenant, S 

I do I 

jCaptain, K 

Sorgeon, 

Lieatenant, 

Chaplain, 

'Liente^anty 

do 
Captain, 
Llentcnanty 
Captain, 
Lientenant, 
Captain, 
Qimrttrmaatcr, 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
Captain, 
LientenanCy 
CaptaiD, 
Lieutenant, 
Captain, 
Colonel, 
Lieutenant, 
Senior 2d Lieut, 
Major, 
Lieutenant, 

do 

Surgeon, I 

Colonel, j 

Captain, C 

Lieutenant, ■ ' E 

Acting Snrgeon, 
Captaio, ' 

Lieutanaat, 
Captain, 



Lieutenant, 

do 
Captain, 
Lieut. Colonel, 
Captain, 
Major, 
Chaplain, 
Captain, 

do 
Lieutenant, 
Captain, 

do 
Lieutenant, 
Junior 2d Lieut, 
Lieutenant, 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
, do 
I do 
I do 
I do 
OaptaiD, 
iSnrgeon, 
{Chaplain, 
.Lieutanant, 

do 
lUaut. ColoMi, 



D 
K 

>l 

H 

I 
! B 



H 

I 
D 
G 
B 
D 



13 
9 
8 
S 
9 

IS 
2 
2 
5 
9 
1 
8 
8 
6 

13 
6 
5 

11 
8 
6 
1 
6 
4 

3 

10 

7 

6 

11 

11 

ii 

' 7 

' 7 

1 

I 12 

' 6 

7 

2 

4 

14 

I" 

5 



G 


4 


C 


15 


K 


12 


B 


10 


H 


13 


D 


16 


F 


12 


K 


7 




1 




12 


B 


11 


B 


1 




7 



Infantry. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Cavalry. 
In&ntry. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Caralry. 
InfiMitry. ; 

do 
3fJ Battery of Artillery. 
Infantry. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Infantry. 
Caralry. 
Infantry. 

do 

do 
Caralry. 
Ittfitntry. 

do 

do 

do 

do 
1 do 

do 

do 

do 
Caralry. 
Infantry. 

5th Battery of Artillery. 
Infantry. 

do 

do 

doi 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Caralry. 
Infimtry. 

do 
GaTalry. 
Inihntry. 



APPENDIX B. 



87 



Boster of Commiasioned Officers, {Conlinued,) 



KamM. 



Bank. 



Comp.' Reg*!. 



Corps. 



Cook John B., 
Coombfl Abrmm B., 
Conon Joseph B., 
Cowan Albert L., 
Cowaa Loais 0., 
Crabtree George F., 
Crowell John U., 
Cuehiiig William C, 
Carrier William R., 
Cailer Frank H., 
Dagget Aaron S., 
Bavia Aagnstoa P., 
Davie George G., 
Day Charles, 
Day John R., 
Day Josiah F., 
Deao James, 
Deane William W., 
Deering Sooch M., 
Deering Albert L., 
Dill Pbineaa W., 
Dodge William S., 
Dodge John S., 
Donnell Edward P., 
Donoell Jotbam, 
Dovty Calrin S., 
Dow Neal, 
Drew Franklin M., 
Dyer Isaac, 
Dyer Robert F., 
Eastman Horace, 
SskoD Hamlin F., 
Eaton Stephen M., 
Edwards Clark S., 
Bdwaid« Joseph, 
Elliot Frederick, 
Ellis Osco H., 
Ellis Caleb U., 
Emery Augustus F., 
Emery Frederic A., 
Emery t^abine, 
Emery Setb Allen, 
Emerson Charles 8., 
Emerson John L., 
Emerson Levi, 
Eitkine George B., 
Bnkine James D., 
Estee Albert H., 
Eveleth F. M., 
Fall Jonathan P. C, 
Farsbam Angnstns B., 
Farrington Seth C, 
Feraald George K, 
Fessenden Jamea D., 
Fessenden Af eniiaa R., 
Fessenden Bamnel, 
Fellows Albert G., 
Field (lamnel B., 
Fillebrown James 8., 
Fisher PanI M., 
Folsom James C., 
Felsom Melville H., 
tiMi Fernando 0., 



Lieatenaaty 

do 

do 
I do 
Captain, 
jLientenant, 
Qaartermaster, 
Lientenant, 
j do 
I do 
■Captain, 
I do 
Lientenant, 

do 

do 
Aasis't Surgeon, 
Lieutenant, 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Qnartermaater, 
jLientenant, 
I do 
Snrgeon, 
Major, 
Colonel, 
jCaptain, 
Lieut. Coloneli 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
Junior 1st Lieut., 
.Lieutenant, 
CapUid, 
Lieutenant, 
I do 
{ do 
Chaplain, 
iLientenant, 
I do 
Major, 

'Junior 1st Lieut., 
iCaptain, 
Lieutenant, 
CapUin, 
•Lientenant, 
CapUin, 

do 
;Assis*t Snrgeon, 
Lientenant, 
,CapUin, 
I do 
Lieutenant, 
iCapUin, 
I do 

Senior 2d Lieut., 
jLientenant, 
I do 

iLieut. Colonel, 
jSnrgeon, 
Lientenant, 
ILientenant, 
'Oiptaln, 



I 
B 
K 
I 
C 

I 
C 
B^ 
B 
F 
F 
K 
U 

A 

C 
D 
G 
H 

G 
B 



C 
B 

K 

I 
A 
I 
B 

B 
A 



H 

'S 

I I 
B 

I B 



7 

12 

13 

2 

1 

4 

14 

13 

2 

1 

6 

11 

4 

6 

3 

10 

2 

12 

16 

5 

10 

10 

11 

3 

IS 
1 
13 
15 
16 
1 
12 

12 
6 



1 

11 
7 
9 
9 

10 
9 
2 
3 
4 

10 
7 
9 
2 

12 



* 


6 i 


I 


12 


K 


2 


I 


2 




10 




8 


H 


10 


K 


11 


K 


2 



llnfantry. 

do 
I do 
I do 
CaTalry. 
infantry. 
I do 
I do 
I do 
"CaTaliy. 
Infantry. 
i do 
i do 

do 

> do 
do 

t do 
I do 
do 
I do 
1 do 
I do 
, do 

> do 
I do 
.Cavalry. 
Infantry. 
I do 

I do 

Cavalry. 

Infantry. 

4th Bittery of Artillery. 

ilnfantry. 

do 
Guard at Fort M'Clary. 
Infantry. 
Cavalry, 
'infantry. 
' do 
I do 

1 do • 

SdBattery of Artillery. 
'Infantry. 
, do 

do 
1 do 
' do 

I do 

! do 
I do 
I do 

do 
I do 

Sharp Shooters. 
Infantry. 

2dBattery of Artillery. 
Infantry. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



88 



ABJUTA5T ^IZnntAL*8 BEFOET. 



Bosfer of Commismoned Officers , (Continued.) 



TX$mt9, 





Sank. 


1 
Comp. Bag*!. 


Corpi. 




Lientraant, 


I 


11 


Infaatiy. 




do 


H 


13 


do 




do 


B 


3 


do 




do 


I 


4 


do 




Captain, 


B 


6 


do 




Lieutenant, 


B 


« 


do 




do 


B 


U 


do 




do 


I 


6 


do 




Captiin, 


A 


7 


do 




Lieut. Colonel, 




4 


do 




Captain, 


H 


6 


do 




Lieutenant, 


H 


11 


do 




Adjutant, 




9 


do 




Captain, 


I 


10 


do 




Lieutenant, 


D 


6 


do 




do 


G 


2 


do 


di> 


H 


2 


do 


1 Aitia't Sargeon, 




3 


do 


ILieateoant, 


B 


3 


do 


Capuio, 


C 


7 


do 




do 


o 


7 


dn 




Lieutenant, 


D 


4 


do 




Colonel, 




1 


Cavalrj. 




Lieutenant, 


E 


1 


do 




do 


K 


13 


Infantry. 




Amia*t Surgeon, 




13 


do 




AdjuUot, 




5 


» do 




CapUin, 


A 


9 


do 




Lieutenant, 


D 


8 


do 




do 


I 


4 


do 




do 


G 


9 


do 




do 


H 


9 


do 




do 


^ 


6 


do 




Adjutant, 




4 


do 


ICapUin, 





4 


do 




do 


H 


13 


do 




Lieutenant, 


F 


15 


do 




do 




1 


Calvary. 




Awis't Surgeon, 




1 


do 


Lieutenant, 


C 


2 


Cnfantry. 


Senior Ist Lieut., 






2d Battery of Artillery. 




Lientenaot, 


D 


9 


Infantry. 




do 


C 


13 


do 




Assid't Surgeon, 




2 


do 




Lieutenant, 


6 


3 


do 




Junior 2d Lieut., 






Ist Battery of Artillery. 


Liotttanaat, 


A 


14 


Infantry. 




do 


G 


r 6 


do 




Captain, 


C 


6 


do 




Lieutenant, 


A 


3 


do 




Ciiptaio, 


1} 


10 


do 




Lieutenant, 


I 


7 


do 




do 


B 


7 


do 




M-j.,r, 




12 


do 




Ct plain. 


A 


12 


do 


Lieutenant, 


G 


3 


do 


CapUin, 


K 


4 


do 


Major, 




15 


do 


Captain, 


D 


6 


do 


Senior Ui Lieut., 






4th Battery of Artillery. 




Capufn, 


H 


8 


Infantiy. 




UeuL Oolonel, 




5 


do 




CapUi«, 




8 


do 



Foiiter Benjamin B., 
Foster Bnoeh, Jr., 
Foster Thomas, 
Fowler J^mes iT., 
Frasier Isaae, 
Fraxier Milton, 
Freneh Joseph P., 
Freexe Daniel W., 
Freeze John W., 
Fuller Silas M., 
Fulfer George, 
> oiler Charles A., 
Farbi<)b James C M., 
Furbi«h Xehemiah T., 
Furlong Reuel W., 
f>arni»ey Fran It H , 
Getcbell Edward L., 
Getehell Frank H., 
Getchell George O., 
Oilmore Charles D., 
Giiman Charles II., 
Glover Thomas B., 
Goddard John, 
lioddard John II., 
Ooodwin Amos G., 
Gordon S9th C, 
GraSam George W., 
Granger Georgo F., 
Gray Franklin B., 
Gray Robert H., 
(^ray Robert J., 
Gray William, 
Gray ?cwall C, 
Green baigh Jabez, 
Gt'eenhalgh Charles B., 
OroTer Abemetby, 
Hackett James U., 
Haines Dudley L., 
Haley George W., 
Hall EfAueSs P., 
Hall James A., 
Hall Wintbfop fL, 
Ham John S. P., 
Hamlin Augustus C, 
Jianscomb Nathaniel, 
Harding George B , 
Harriman Beoj»imtn F., 
• Harris Albora P., 
Harri4 Benjamin F., 
H.irvey George, Jr., 
Harvey Leonard S., 
Hasey Charles U., 
Ha.<kell William L, 
Hastings David R., 
Hastin^j Gideon A , 
Hateh William A., 
Havener Joseph L., 
Uawes Benjamin, 
Hayeuck Joel A., 
H»ynes Lucius M. S., 
Heith Franeit C, 
Heath William 8., 
Hemingway John, 



APPBN^IX a 
Boater of Commissioned Officers, (Continued.) 



89 



Namas. 


Bank. 


Comp. 


Rag't. 


Corps. 


HMseltine Fnnk S., 


Major, 




13 


Infantry. 


HOdreth Thaddeui, 


Surgeon, 




8 


do 


Hight Horatio, 


Lientesani, 


C 


12 


do 


Highfe Thomaj, 


Lieut Colonel, 




1 


Cavalry. 


Hill Jamas B., 


CapUin, 


I 


14 


Infantry. 


HUl Jonathan A., 


do 


K 


10 


do 


HIH Joseph C, 




A 


1 


Cavalry. 


Hill CbarlM A., 


do 


F 


S 


Infantry. 


HinM Enoch H., 


Captain, 


G 


9 


do 


Hinckley Samnel B., 


Lieutenant, 


A 


3 


do 


Hoit A«gnsta8 A., 
HMkiuSamoelW., 


Ca>Uln, 


G 


8 


do 


Quartermaster, 




2 


do 


Hoalej John. 


Lieutenant, 


H 


U 


do 


Houghton Jonathan &, 


Assis*t Surgeon, 




8 


do 


Howaid Charles K, 


Lieutenant, 


H 


8 


do 


HoTt A. W., 


do 


B 


16 


do 


Hnbbftrd John B., 


Senior Ist Lieut, 






1st Battery of ArtiUary. 


Hubbard Timothy H., 


Lieutenant, 


K 


U 


InfanUy. 


Hnnkins Seth C, 


Surgeon, 




I 


do 


Haat«r Samnel B., 


do 




7 


do 


Hntehias Thomas, 


Captain, 


B 


8 


do 


Hatebins Thomas S., 


Lieutenant, 


X 


8 


do 


Hyde Thomas W., 


Major, 




7 


do 


niiley Charles B., 


Lieutenant, 


G 


11 


do 


nisley Charles 8., 


CapUin, 


D 


16 


do 


nitley Bdwin» 


Adjutant, 




12 


do 


Jaekson Nathaniel J., 


Colonel, 




6 


do 


Jennings Benben B., 


CapUin, 


L 


1 


Cavalry. 


Johnson Oorham S., 


do 


B 


8 


rnfantry. 


Jonea James P., 


do 


B 


7 


do 


Jordan William P., 


do 


C 


10 


do 


Joae Horatio V., 


QuarUrmaster, 




12 


do 


Joyee Lawrence J., 


CapUin, 


F 


16 


do 


Keene John 0., 


LieuUnant, 


K 


3 


do 


Kelly Benjamin, Jr., 


do 


K 


I 


do 


Kenniston George B., 


do 


D 


6 


do 


Kimball Alonto B., 


do 


F 


8 


do 


Kimball George a, 


do 


C 


1 


Cavalry. 


Kimball John H., 


AssisH Surgeon, 




J6 


Infantry. 


Kimball William H., 


CapUin, 


B 


11 


do 


Kimball William K., 


Lieut. Colonel, 




12 


do 


Kittredge S. B., 


Lieutenant, 


D 


2 


do 


Knight Knoch, 


CapUin, 


E 


12 


do 


Knight George B., 


LieuUnant, 


G 


7 


do 


Knowlton William, 


Capuio, 


F 


10 


do 


Knox George, 


Chaplain, 




10 


do 


Lakeman Moses B., 


CapUin, 


I 


3 


do 


liane Wilbur P., 


LieuUnant, 


G 


8 


do 




do 


E 


10 


do 


Leayitt Samuel D., 


do 


A 


15 


do 


lise B. Perry, 


do 


B 


3 


do 


Lemont Lindley F., 


do 


B 


5 


do 


Leonard Henry C, 


Chaplain, 




3 


do 


Iieonard Seth H., 


CapUin, 


B 


16 


do 


Leppien George F., 


do 






5th BatUry of ArtiUai j. 


Libbey Abiel, 


Assis'c Surgeon, 




i 


Infantry. 


Ubhey AIodio B., 


LieuUnant, 


A 


4 


do 


Libbey Arthur, > 


do 


B 


4 


do 


Libbey Randall, H 


do 


A 


11 


do 


LineolnJohnH., 


do 


F 


6 


do 


I4njoott MelrUle C, 


do 


K 


IS 


do 


Litchfield Julius B., 


CapUin, 


B 


4 


do 


Lima Cbtf lea F., 


LientcBant, 


B 


12 


do 



40 



ADJUTANT GlinBaAL*S BIPOBX. 



Roster of Commissioned Officers, {Continued,) 



Kames. 



Comp. Reg't. 



Corps. 



Litfeiefleld Ephraim BC., 
Look* Worthington S., 
Loriag Bdward P., 
Lolhrop DmmI, 
Low Sdwud C, 
LofrvU Hamiltoa 9., 
Loffsll John H , 
Lja«t WUlUm N*., 
MoArthor William X., 
Maaaiag Stephen H., 
Mnntnn Ansel G., 
Maroh Chnries S., 
Martin George W., 
Mmob Uwin C, 
Msjhew Nathan, 
Majhew Hebron, 
Mayo Eiekiel R., 
Merrill Chandler S., 
Merrill Simeon H., 
Mecealf Joeeph H.» 
MeCIare Jacob, 
MoCIoskj John, 
MoCInskj Thomae A. E , 
MeDonald Isaao H., 
Mclfarlaod, John D., 
MoGilrerj Freeman, 
MeUrda John E., 
Millett Henry R., 
MUiett Stephen D , 
Milliken Bliae, 
Mines John F., 
Mitefaell Orren P., 
Monroe Charles B., 
Montgomery William, 
Moore John S., 
Moore F. J., 
Moray William, Jr., 
Morse Ralph W., 
Morse George E., 
Morgan William C, 
Morton Frederio A., 
Morrill Isaac, 
Morrill Bliphalet S., 
Morris Edward S., 
Morrison Samnel B., 
Monlton George B., 
* Mndgett Albert G , 
Modgett William S., 
Mullen Richard W., 
Mareh Albert M., 
Murray Benjamin B., Jr., 
Myriek John D., 
Karille PaCriok, 
Hash Royai T., 
Hiskels John B., 
Niekerson Albert A., 
Biekerson Fraok S., 
Noble Joseph, 
Nowlaod James, 
Noyei Amos F., 
Nye G«>rge H., 
Ow«i W. H.. 
PiMkardCbarieiK, 



Lieutenant, 

Qaartermaster, 

Lieutenant, 

I do 

Qnartermastar, 

Captain, 

do 
'Quartermaster, 
Lieuteaanti. 
Gaptoin, 
'Ajsis't Surgeon, ' 
Colonel, 

Captoin, I 

Lieutenant, | 

Senior 1st Lieut, 



B 
H 
H 



F 

I 
H 

B 
i F 



Captain, 


E 




I 


do 


B 


do 




Colonel, 




Lieutenant, 


I 


do 


G 


Adjutant, 




Captain, 




Lieutenant, 


r 


Cdptain, 


A 


Lieutenant, 


D 


Lieut. Colonel, 




Chaplain, 




Captain, 


B 


do 


C 


Lieutenant, 


D 


do 


C 


do 


I 


do 


E 


do 


H 


Captain, 


D 


! do 


F 



I 

Senior 2d Lieut., 

^Lieutenant, 

Captain, 

! do 

Surgeon, 

Lieutenant, 

' do 

Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

do 
'Captain, 
Lieutenant, 

do 
Colonel, 
'Lieutenant, 
I Adjutant, 
Lieutenant, 
iCapCain, 
Lieutenant, 
I do 



A 
E 
C 

A 
E 
A 
B 
B 
A 
E 
F 
H 
H 
B 

i A 

I 
G 
E 
E 
E 



15 
7 

U 
9 
15 
14 
10 
S 
6 



do 
do 



10 .InCutry. 
15 do 
13 do 
U I do 

S 

12 
14 

6 

8 

5 

9 
13 

6 

7 

1 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
■ do 
iCaralry. 

10 Infantry. 

3d Battery of ArtHleiy. 
15 Infantry. 

11 do 

14 do 

Sharp ShooterL 

15 jlnfiintiy. 
15 do 

8 do 

6 do 

6th Battery of Artillery. 
8 ; Infantry. 
5 I do 

5 do 

14 ; do 

2 I do 
4 do 
8 I do 

1 Cnralry. 

3 Infantry. 

2 do 
15 > do 

2 i do 

7 I do 

3 ' do 

6th Battery of Artillery. 

6 Infantry. 
14 do 

2 do 

2 : do 

13 I do 
11 do 

2 i do 

14 , do 
6 do 

15 do 

1 Cavalry. 
15 Infantry. 
11 do 
; do 
. <lo 
do 
do 
do 
I do 
do 



APPUrPIXB. 
'BMaer of Oammisswned Officers, (OofUinued.) 



41 



Kamw. 


Bank. 


Com^ 


Bag't. 


Ooipa. 


Paekmrd Stephan B., 


UantenanI, 


a 


12 


Infantry. 


P^aaJohnO. W., 


do 


D 


U 


do 


Paine Sunnel, 


JnniorlatLieat., 






2d Battery of ArtfUary. 


Fatah GMrga W., 


Captoin, 




6 


Infantry. 


PattM BlhridM J., 
P^tteo BdimS M., 


Llantenaat, 


Q 


16 


do 


QaarUrmaalac, 




1 


CaTalry. 


PuiBallGlwrlaf J., 


Adijntaal, 




11 


Infancy. 


PeniMll Woodbury a. 


jJlra'adLiant., 


A 


11 


do 


P«fTy William A., 






2d Battery of Artmary. 


P«rr7 Obarlof a. 




B 


8 


Infantry. 


Party Baalel a. 


Sargeon, 




10 


do 


PhUUps Daniel H., 


Uaatenanft, 


H 


12 


do 


PbiUipsIaaaaA., 


do 


B 


8 


do 


Pierae Charlaf S., 


do 


A 


10 


do 


Piaraa Bdward 0., 


do 


B 


3 


do 


Pierae Frank, 


Major, 




6 


do 






Q 


15 


do 


PiaieeFranka, 


do 





6 


do 


PillilNUjBTanaS., 


do 


M 


1 


CaTalry. 


PUlslNUj Baoinal H^ 


da 


B 


6 


Infantry. 


Pftaher WilUam L.» 


Captain, 


H 


4 


do 


PlnirtedHarriaM., 


liieatOolonal, 




11 


do 


Plairtad Jamaa H., 


Adjatant» 




3 


do 


Porlar Thomai W., 


M»jor, 




U 


do 


Porter Thomaa W., 




V 


U 


do 




do 


C 




Gaard at Fort BaUifaa. 


Ptottle Simeon, 2d, 


do 


F 


6 


Infantry. 


Prinae Oeorge, 
Pray Prank W., 


Captain, 


K 


1 


Caraliy. 


Lianteaaat, 


I 


1 


do 


PkwaoU Daniel H., 


do 





16 


Infantry, 


PreMoU Harrlaott Q., 


do 


H 


16 


do 


Patnam Blaak Hawk, 


Oaf^tain, 


B 


1 


CaTalry. 


<ialmbyInaaF., 


do 


S 


13 


InCutry. 


BfteUiff Amander, 


Liaatanaat, 


B 


li 


do 


JUadaU Iwiah. 


do 


I 


IS 


do 


Baadlett GnaUTna , 


do 


4} 


4 


do 


Baakina Abel Q^ 


do 


F 


10 


do 


BMdIaaaa W., 


do 


<J 


14 


do 


&aed Tliomaa L, 


Captain, 


C 


9 


do 


BwUon BeQ>min M^ 


Uentenant, 


C 


10 


do 


Aeyaolda Bdwaid H., 


A<U.tant» 




8 


do 


Beynoldi John B,, 


do 




2 


do 


Biah Biahworth, 


Colonel, 




9 


do 


Bieh WUliam E., 


Lieotenant, 


A 


16 


do 




Snrgeoo, 




9 


do 




Lieatenant, 


D 


12 


do 




Captain, 


K 


8 


da 


Rii« Aaron, 


do 


Q 


18 


do 


Saaah Thmnaa L., 
Kobarti Wtoaiow, 


Liaatanaat, 
do 


I 


6 
14 


do 
do 


B4>berta Charles W., 


Colonel, ^ 




2 


do 


Bobarta JoNph 0., 


Lieatenant 


H 


6 


do 


Boberta George, 


do 


H 


6 


do 


BAbertiJohnJL, 


do 


F 


8 


do 


Boberti Ghariea W., 


do 


B 


10 


do 


Bobinaon O'Nell W., Jr., 


Captala, 






4th Battery of ArUtaary 


Bobio«on Oharlee H., 


LianUnant, 


I 


8 


Infantry. 




do 


B 


6 


do 


Bobfaaon ZIna H., 


Captoin, 


B 


9 


do 


Bablnaon Alfrei T., 


Lientenaat, 


B 


9 


do 


Bobinaon Iroiy J., 


Qaarteimaatar. 




11 


do 


BoblaMm Hoaea M., 


QH»taln, 


a 


12 


do ' 


BaganlaHharB., 




B 


8 


do 



4i 



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APPBNBIX B. 



48 



Rosier of Commissioned Officers, (Continued.) 



Names. 



Bank. 



•Comp Reg't. 



Corps. 



SteTeofl, Frederic A. 
SteTent, Oreenlief T. 
SttDsoD, David S. 
Mone, Cbarle^ F. 
Stowell, DaTid P. 
i^^trav, ^amnel B. 
Suiekland, Aaga^tasH. 
Stricklaod, Cbatle* L 
Start eraot, Walter M. 
Stardevant, William W. 
^1llDma^ Qeorgo J. 
Swao, Timothy 
Swao. William R. 
Sw.«nton, J. B. 
Swett, James G. 
TallmaD, James H. 
Taj lor, Coostantina 
Teft, BeDJaihiD F. 
Temple, Cutler 
Tbaztcr, Sidoej W. 
Tbompeon, Edward W. 
Thompson, James H. 
Thompson, Samnel F. 
Thompson, Warren F. 
Thompson, Zeoas 
Thornton, Charles C. G. 
Tilden, Charles W. 
Tillson. Daviti, 
Timherlake, William H. 
Titromb, Albert P. 
Trask, Orlando W. 
Troy, Sjlrester B. 
Tme, Edward A. 
Toek, Cyras D. 
Toeker, Benjamin F. 
Tamer, Albert L. 
Twitebell, Ade'bert B. 
Twitcbell, Joftcph F. 
Twitebell, Willtam F. 
Tamey, Almun L. 
Vamey, George 
Varney, James A. 
Virgin, Isaae Q. 
Waite, Ueitry 
Walker, Cbarles 
Walker, Elijah 
Walker, John B. 
Walker, JoReph & 
Walker, Nathan 
Walker, William H. H. 
Walton, Henry B. 
Wardwell. YirgU P. 
Ware, Blton W. 
Warren, Fraoets 
Waahbara, George 
Washfckaro, Zsdoo 
Watsoo. William H. 
Wehh, John K. 
Wabh, Cb:irlas D. 
Webber. Bli H. 
WebMer, George 
Wcdgewood, KdwinW. 
Went worth ThooMS B. 



Csptain, 

Junior IstLieat., 
Qnartermaster, 
Lieutenant, 
Maj.r, 
Captain, 
< Quartermaster, 
liienteoant, 

do * 
Captain, 

do I 

Lieutenant, , 

Captain, i 

Lieutenant, j 

Captain, | 

Quartermaster, | 
Lieutenant, 
Chaplain, | 

do 
Lieutenant, 
Ciiptain, 
j'urgeon, 
Lieutenant, 

do 
Chaplain, 
Captain, 

do 

do 
Lieutenant, 

do 
CapUin, 
Lieutenant, 
'Cuptain, 
lAs«ijit*t Surgeon, 
lAdjutant, 
JLieutenant, 
■Senior 2J Lieut., 
Msjor, 

Senitir 1st Lieut., 
Lieutenant, 
Lieut. Cuiooel, 
Chaplain, 
Lieutenant, 

do 
Msjor, 

do 
Lieutenant, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Assist't Surgeon, 
Captain, 
Lieutenant, 
CapUin, 
Lien tenant, 

do 

do 

do 
Captain, 

do 



D 
0) 
D 
H 
A 
K 
B 



L 

A 

I 
A 

C 
B 

C 
C 
B 
D 

a 



o 



I 
F 

P I 

Si 

? ' 

K 

K I 

^ I 

K ^ 



IS 'Infantry. 

5th Battery of Artillery. 

13 'Infantry. 

6 ' do 

1 'Caralry. 

11 ! do 

8 Infantry. 
4 ' do 

2 i do 

2 , do 

1 Cavalry. 

7 .Infantry. 

13 ! do 
15 i do 

3(1 Battery of Artillery. 

3 ; Infantry. 
1 Caralry. 
1 , Mio 

9 'lofantry. 

1 ^Caralry. 

Ist Battery of A Hillary. 

12 Infantry. 
12 do 

8 do 

6 do 

12 do 

2 do 

2d Battery of Artilleiy. 

8 Infantry. 

7 do 

14 do 

9 do 

8 do 

9 do 

1 Cavalry, 
10 I Infantry. 

'.'Uh Battery of Artilery. 

8 Infantry. 

5th Battery of Artillery. 

13 Infantry. 

2 do 
7 do 

1 Caralry. 

6 I Infantry. 
10 do 

4 do 

5 do 

7 do 

5 do 
13 do 
12 do 

G do 

9 do 

6 do 
12 do 

15 , do 

3 I do 



1 iCaralry. 



12 
7 

12 
9 
9 



Infantry. 
do 
do 
do 
do 



44 



Bo^er of ComTri^sioned Officers, (Continued,) 



NamM. 


Bank. 


Comp. 


Reg't 


Gorpi. 


Weatcotfc, William 


Assist's Surgeon, 




14 


Infantry. 


W«a(on, Qeorge 


Liontenant, 


L 


1 


Cavalry. 


West, George W. 


Captain, 


D 


10 


Infantry. 


West, J. William 


Lieutenant, 


C 


11 


do 


Whitoomb, Bbencier 


Captain, 


I 


4 


do 


White, Daniel . 


do 


I 


2 


do 


Whiting, Freeman N. 


Lieutenant, 


C 


la 


do 


Whitmore, Joseph W. 


Junior 2d Lieut., 






3d Battery of ArtUlery. 


Whitmore, James H. 


Lieutenant, 


« 


15 


Infantry. 


Whitmarsh, William 


do 


G 


10 


do 


Whitney, Benjamin F. 


do 


C 


10 


do 


Whitnej, Warren L. 


Captain, 


A 


1 


CaTalry. 


Wiggin, John S. 


Lieutenant, 


A 


3 


Infantry, 


Wiggin, Rinaldo B. 


Capuin, 


A 


2 


do 


Wiggin, S. Bolirar 


Lieutenant, 


B 


12 


do 


Wilson, Albion P. 


Captain, 


P 


2 


do 


Wilson, Edward H. B. 


Lieutenant, 


F 


12 


do 


Wilson, John B. 


Captain, 


H 


15 


do 


Wilbur, Greenlief 


Surgeon, 




11 


do 


Wiswell, Franeis W. 


Lieutenant, 


B 


11 


do 


Wiswell, J. M. 


do 


G 


14 


do 


Witherell, James H. 


do 


D 


IS 


do 


Witherell, John F. 


do 


K 


10 


do 


Winter, Blisha 


Captain, 


D 


12 


do 


Woodman. Bphraim W. 


Lieut. Colonel, 




8 


do 


Wormell. Cyms W. 


Lieutenant, 


I 


6 


do 


Toong, Ralph W. 


Captain, 


G 


6 


do 



APPENDIX C. 



Alphabetical lAat of Resigned^ Deceased and Promoted Officers ^ and 
(hose Prisoners of the several Eegimenis and Corps which have 
been called into United States Service from Maine. Taken from 
the records of the Adjutant OeneraVs Department, Jan. 1, 1862. 



Namet. 


Bank. 


Comp. 


Reg't. 


Oausef. 


AMmU, If mm C. 


2d Lienteoaat, 


A 


4 


Promotion to Quartermaster. 


Adsuii*, Jcbo M. 


2d do 


A 


8 


do 1st Lieutenant. 


Allen, WillUm H. 


Sargeon, 




2 


Resignation. 


Aodroirs, Oeorge S. 


2d Lieutenant, 


C 


3 


Promotion to 1st Lieutenant. 


Andrews, Jmkm M. 


Ist do 


F 


7 


Resignation. 


Arohor, Stillouin C. 


let do 


K 


13 


Promotion to Captain. 


Aasttn, Borej 


1st do 


I 


7 


Resignation. 


Ajor, Riobard 8. 


2d do 


A 


4 


Promotion to 1st Lieutenant. 


Bateboldor, B. A. 


1st do 


B 


3 


do Captain. 


Bmi\€j, George O. 


Major, 




1 


Resignation. 


Bailey, George H. 


2d Lieutenant, 


D 


1 


Ci>mpany disbanded. 


Bates, BdwinB. 


2d do 


G 


8 


Resignation. 


Baker, John 


Ass't Surgeon, 




6 


do 


B*ker, Seollaj D. 


Ist Uentenant, 


I 


9 


Promotion to Captain. 


Bftielaj Baorael B. 


2d do 


H 


9 


do 1st Lieutenant. 


Bvker, Hark 


Quartermaster, 




15 


Resignation. 


Barker, Thomas C. 


Surgeon, 

2d Lientenant, 




7 


do 


Barrows, Darid S. 


C 


6 


Promotion to Captain. 


Bartleit, Hermon 


CapUin, 


A 


2 


Resignation. 


Bartlett, Nahaoi B. 


Ist Lieutenant, 


G 


6 


BmU George L. 


CapUin, 


G 


1 




Biebee, Horatio, Jr. 


do 


F 


9 


do Lieut. Colonel. 


BUek, James M. 


2d Lieutenant, 


B 


1 


do CapUin. 


Blake, Joaathan 


1st do 


G 


10 


do do 


Boothby. SjWesler 


2d do 


A 




Guard at FtM'Claiy. Disoh'd. 


Be jee, H. A. 


2d do 


F 


S 


Resignation. 


Brmdbary, Albert W. 


2d do 




IBat 


Promotion to let Lieutenant. 


Bnstow, Billiogs 


2d do 


I 


9 


do do 


Braekle7,B P. 


2d do 


H 


4 


Resignntion. 


Br»WB, Henry 


1st do 


E 


8 


Promotion to CapUin. 


BriekeU George B. 


Ass't Surgeon, 




S 


do Surgeon. 


Broim, Cyras 


OapUin, 


H 


6 


Resignation. 


BwwiB, George B. 


2d Lieutenant, 


H 


6 


Promotion to PapUin. 


BffowB,Uoraee 


2d do 


A 


2 


Resignation. 


Brown, Moses W. 


Captain, 


A 


6 


B«ek, Addison P. 




A 


6 




Bui|»,Anfan8. 


1st do 


A 


8 


do CapUin. 


Bud, Cbaries H. 


2d do 


F 


4 


Prisoner at Riehmond. 


Bwkaan, Hamlin T. 


1st do 


K 


6 


Promotion to CapUin. 


BarSBdwin 


Adjutont, 




S 


do Major. 


Bvna,G.J. 


^r- 


H 


4 


Diseharged. 


BvtoB, Albert G. 


I 


6 


Resignation. 


BwHon, Benjamin F. 


Surgeon, 

111 Lie«teuat, 




6 


Prisoner, relented on pnrola* 


Bugin^WUliMiB. 


I 


4 


Resignation. 



46 



ADJUTANT OBNERAL*S REPOBT. 



Resigned J Deceased^ and Promoted Officers, dc, {Continued.) 



Names. 



Bank. 



Comp. Beg't. 



Canaei. 



Carroll, John 
Carter, Horatio H. 
Casey, Henry 
Chandler, Cbarles H. 
Chandler, Charles H. 
Chftdtvell, George II. 
Gbttdwell, George II. 
Channing, John W. 
Chaplin, Daniel 
Chasa, Alden D. 
Chnroh, Andrew J. 
Clark, William U. 
Clark, Albert S. 
Cobb, John C. 
Cochrane* GranTille P. 
Colson, Jnmes M. 
Colson, Jamea M. 
Conant, John 
Connnt Oliver J. 
Connor, Thomas 
Cook, John 0. 
Cunningham, George W. 
Cunningham, H. W. 
Coshman, William M. 
Crosby, Charles S. 
Daggett, Aaron S. 
Daltoo, H. A. 
Day, John B. 
Dean James 
Devereax, 8. K. 
Dill, Phtneas W. 
• Dingley, James, Jr. 
Dodge, William 8. 
Donnell, Edward P. 
Dow, James 0. 
Dunnell, Mark H. 
Donnell, Mark B. 
Dyer, Ambrose S. 
Dyer, Ambrose 5. 
Elder, William 
Emerson, CharlesS. 
Emery, Babtne 
Emery, Frederic A. 
Estes, Albert H. 
Erskine, James D. 
Fall, Jonathan P. C. 
Farnham, Augnstas B. 
Fessenden, Mcnsiiis 11. 
Fetsenden, William, 
Fillebrown, James 9. 
Folsom, Jamps C. 
Fowler, Jamci N. 
Poller, 8iias M. 
Foller, Bilas M. 
Poller, George 
Furbish, Nehemiah T. 
Forbish, James C. M. 
Ramsey, Frank 11. 
Olover, Tbomss B. 
Goodwin, Lewis B. 
Gordon, William C. 
Granger, George F. 
Oreenhalgb, Charles B. 



Captain, 


I 


2 


Besignation. 


2d Lieutenant, 


K 


4 


do 


Ist do 


I 


2 


do 


Ist do 


A 


6 


Promotion to Captain. 


Captain, 


A 


6 


do Lieut. Colontl. 


2d Lieutenant, 


A 


1 


do Ist Lieotenant. 


1st do 


A 


1 


Resignation. 


1st do 


E 


7 


Promotion to Captain. 


Captain, 


F 


2 


do Major. 


l5t LieoUnant, 


K 


4 


Besignation. 


Chaplain, 




3 


do 


1st Lieutenant, 


G 


4 


Prisoner at Biobmond. 


Surgeon, 




u 


Besignation. 


1st Lieutenant, 


H 


4 


do 


1st do 


K 


7 


Promotion to Captain. 


1st do 


C 


3 


do do 


Captain, 





3 


Withdrawal. 


do 


K 


8 


Kcsigoation. 


do 


C 


4 


dr) 


Ist Lieutenant, 


A 




Guard at Ft.M'Clary. Bea'd. 


2d do 


K 


7 


Promotion to Ist Lieutenant. 


Captain, 


I 


9 


Resignation. 


do 


A 


4 


do 


do 


F 


7 


do 


1st Lieutenant, 


A 


iCaT. 


do 


1st do 


£ 


6 


Promotion to Capt«in. 


Captain, 


D 


7 


Resignation. 


2d Lieutenant, 


H 


3 


Promotion to Ist Lieotenant. 


2d do 


A 


2 


do do 


Captain, 


B 


2 


Resignation. 


1st Lieutenant, 


II 


1 


Trapyfor to 10th Regiment. 


Adjutant, 




8 


Kcsignation. 


Quartermaster, 




1 


Transfer to 10th Regiment. 


2d Lieutenant, 


B 


2 


Promotion to Ist Lieutcnan t. 


1st do 


E 


4 


Resignation. 


Captain, 


H 


5 


FroDioticn to Coloool. 


Colonel, 




5 


Resignation. 


2d Lieutenant, 


H 


5 


Promotion to 1st Lieutenant. 


;ist do 


H 


5 


Resignaiion. 


2d do 


K 


3 


do 


'Captain, 


H 




Transfer to 10th Regiment. 


do 


A 




Promotion to Major. 


2d Lieutenant, 


A 




do 1st Lieutenant. 


1st do 


£ 




do CapUin. 


1st do 


K 




do do 


!2d do 


D 




Resignation. 


jlst do 







Promotion to Captaio. 


Captain, 


• C 




Resignation. 


1st Lieutenant, 


C 




do 


Adjutant, 






Promotion to Lt. Col. of lOth. 


1st Lieutenant, 


H 




Traosfor to 10th Regiment. 


,2d do 


I 




Promotion to 1st Lieotenani. 


•Captain, 


K 




do Major. 


Major, 

2d Lieutenant, 




* 


do Lieut Colooal. 


H 


ti 
*• 


do CapUin. 


1st do 


I 




do do 


1st do 


K 




do Adjutant. 


2d do 


G 


* 


do let Lieotenaot. 


2d do 


D 


. 




Captain. 


B 




Besignation. 


Ass't Sorgeon, 




11 


do 


1st Lienteoant, 


A 




Promotion to Captain. 


2d do 


C 


4 


do da 



APPmDix c. 47 

Besigned, Deceased and Promoted Officer$f dc., (ConHnued,) 



. N^.10.. 


Bank. 


Comp. 


Beg't. 


CHisee. 


GrMBhftlgb JftWs B.» 


1st Ueatenant, 


I 




Promotion to AdjnUnt. 


8«iin Ooorgo, 


1st do 


A 




Withdrawal. 


Oornoj Froderie 8.. 


let do 


C 




Resignation. 


Hagv Honry 8^ 


1st do 


D 




Hftlej WiUUm D., 


Qnartermastar, 






do 


Haokell Charles B., 


2d Llentenaat, 


K 




do 


H»U Albort B., 


2d do 


B 




Promotion to A^ntant 


BbllAlboriB., 


Adjatant, 






Resignation. 


Hamilton Samoel C, 


CspUln, 


B 




Promotion to B^. 


Hamilton Samnel C, 


Major. 






Resignation. 


Hardioi^ Colmany 


Captain, 


K 




Promotion to Uent. ColoneL 


Hardinc Colman, 


Lieut Colonel, 


• 




Resignation. 


Hafanor Joioph L., 


2d Uentenant, 


K 






BaToner JoMph L., 


1st do 


E 




do Captoin. 


Haald Jodab, 


Captain, 


A 




Resignation. 


Heath Franeie B., 


1st liieatenaat, 


H 




Promotion to Captain. 


Heath William cr.. 


Captain, 


H 




do Uent ColoneL 


HMMltine Franlc 8., 


G 




do Mi^r of ISth. 


Henriee Henir C, 


Chaplain, 

let Uentenant, 






Resignation. 


Bill Bdwin B., 


E 




Bildretii Thaddeof, 


Ass't 8nrgeon, 




s 


Promotion to Snrgeon. 


Hoit Anguatat A., 


1st Lieatenant, 





8 


do Captain. 


Howaxd (MiTer 0., 


Colonel, 








Hvnter Samoel B., 


ABi*t SnifeoB, 




16 


do Snrgeon of 7tb. 


HnnkiM Seth C, 


Snrceon, 








Hmsey Frederie, 


2d Uentenant, 


E 




Resignation. 


Hszford Jamof 8., 


1st do 


F 




Hjdo Thomas W., 


V' 


D 




Promotion to Bajor. 


BUley Bdwin, 


E 




do Uent Colonel. 


niiloy Bdwin, 


Uent Colonel, 






Resignation. 




Colonel, 






Transfer to 6th Regiment 


JTameson Charles D., 


do 






Promotion to Brig*r General. 


JarHe William B., 


CapUin, 


C 




Resignation. 


Johwon Elijah D., Jr., 


1st Ueatenaat, 


K 




Promotion to Adjutant of 7th. 


JohiiflonBlijahD.,Jr., 


AdjaUnt, 

2d Ueatanaat, 






Resignation. 




■ 




Promotion to Osptaia. 


J<AiM Blisha N., 


Osptaia, 


C 




Deoeased. 


Jofdan William P., 


let Uentmiaat, 


c 




Promotion to Captain. 


KeUej Briodej 8., 


let do 


K 




Resignation. 


Kellej Beojanin, Jr., 
Kaat Otis W., 


2d do 


K 






1st do 


B 




Resignation. 


Kittarwlgo 8. R., 


2d do 


D 




Prisoner. 


Kwrwles Aboor, . 


Colonel, 






Resignation. 


Kaowltott WiUiam, 


let Uentenant, 


F 




Promotion to Captain. 




Chaplain, 

2d Uentenant, 








I4UI0 WUhar F., 


G 






liiidsejJohn, 


Ist do 


D 




Resignation. 


Litdifield Jolios a. 


2d do 


B 






Jjnd Chartes V., 








Resignation. 


IrfoveU John H., 


1st Uentenant, 


A 




Promotion to Qnartermaster. 


M anhall Thomas B., 


Uent. Colonel, 






do Colonel of 7lh. 


MarshaU Thomas H., 


Colonel, 






Deoeased. 


MantOB John M ., 


2d UeaUnant, 


1 






Jiarston Ooorge W., 


1st do 


G 




MatMNi Warren B., 


2d do 


D 




do 


Mayhew Hebron, 


2d do 


I 




Promotion to 1st Lieatenant 


MaAlister Charles A., 


2d do 


A 




Resignation.. 


MoOlaskr Thomas X. A., 


2d do 


D 


16 


Promotion to 1st Lieut Co. I. 


MeVarlaad John D., 


2d do 


B 




do A4Jatont. 


MePhonoaBobartJ., 


2d do 


G 




Withdrawal. 


MoBaer Daniel, 


Sorgeon, 






Promotion to Brigadi Sun 'a. 


Melaeoka Frederic 


Captain, 


G 




Resignation. 


MeirmWilliMn, 


let UentMMt, 


A 




Withdrawal. 



41^ ADJUTAliT QEimAI/8 BBPOBSL 

Sedgned, Promoted and Deceased Officers, Sc, {Continued.) 



Nunai. 


Rank. 


Comp. 


Rag't 


Cuaee. . 


M orriU John 8., 


Quartermaster, 






Resignation. 


Merritt Hftll C. 


2d Lientenant, 


I 




MeMrro Charlaf H., 


Captain, 


B 




do 


MiUeil Henry R., 




A 




Promotion to Captain. 


Mflliken John F., 


l«t do 


H 




do do 


Hilliken John F., 


Captain, 


H 




Resignation. 


MiftchoU OrHn P., 




B 






MonroU Bliphslet 8., 


2d do 


C 




do do 


Mono Qeorgo £., 


2d do 


D 




do do 


Hanson Sftoiaet, 


2d do 


H 






M ueh Albert W., 


2d do 


B 




Promotion to 1st Lieutenant. 


NMh John M., 


CapUin, 


B 




Resignation. 


Niekenon Albert 8., 


2d Lieutenant, 


B 




Promotion to 1st Lieutenant. 


Niekenon Frank S., 


Major, 






do Lieut ColoneL 


Niekerson Fnnk B., 


Lieut. Colonel, 






do Colonel of lith. 


Norrii Qfeenlief K., 


Captain, 


K 




Resignation. 


Kye George H., 


2d Lieutenant, 


K 




Promotion to Captain. 


NojealiuoB., 


Captain, 


C 




lieeignation. 


Osgood SilM B., 


do 


K 




Palmer Gideon &, 


2d Lieutenant, 






Promotion to Brigade Snig'a. 


Pnteh George W., 


G 




Resignation. 


Penrae WiUinm A., 


1st do 


B 




PennellChnrlef J., 


1st do 


B 






Pieroe Frank, 


Ist do 


B 




do Major. 


Pomroy John, 


Captoin, 


I 


11 


Resignation. 


Qnimbj WillUm M., 


do 


I 




Qnimbj Albns R., 


1st Lieutenant, 


I 




do 


Bamadell WillUun J., 


Ist do 


H 




do 


Redlon Beojunin M.. 


2d do 


C 




Promotion to 1st Lieut, lOtb. 


Riee Joseph 8., 


Captain. 


G 




do Msjor. 


Rioe Joseph S., 


Major. 






ResignaUon. 


Riohardson Lyman B., 
Richardson Wenfcworth R., 


2d lieutenant. 


B 




Deceased. 


Surgeon, 

2d Lieutenant, 






Resignation. 


Riehmond WUlUm L • 


K 




Promotion to Captain. 


Rines Henry H.. 


2d do 


I 




Resignation. 


RoberU Charles W., 


Lieni. Colonel, 






Promotion to Colonel. 


Rogers William, 


Captain, 


A 




Resignation. 


Rolfo Henry, 


do 


I 




Rollins Charles A., 









Promotion io 1st Lientenant 


Rnst Henry, Jr^ 


Ist do 


G 




do Geptaia, 10th. 


Rnst Henry, Jr., 


CjU,». 


G 


10 


do Lt Col., 13th. 


Rnst John B., 


H 




do Lieut Colonel. 


RnsI John B., 


Lieut Colonel, 






do Colonel. 


Sampson Charles A. L., 


Cantain, 


B 






8ampeon John 8., 


B 




Resignation. 


Sanborn J. W., 


Ist Lieutenant, 


B 




Sawyer Bmery W., 


1st do 


B 




Promotion to Captain. 


Sawyer Bmeiy W., 


CapUin, 


B 




Resignation. 


Sawyer Renben, 


Ist Lieutenant, 


A 




Promotion to Captain, 
do do 


Sawyer Thomas J., 


2d do 


G 




Bawyer Thomas J., 


Captain, 


G 




Resignation. 


Savage Blbrldge G., 


do 


P 




Discharge. 


Savage Jefferson, 


2d Lieutenant, 


F 




Promotion to 1st Lieutenant 


Soamman Bdward A., 


Captain, 


H 




do Mskjor. 


Shaw Chester B., 


2d Lieutenant, 


K 






Shaw Blijah M., 


2d do 


P 




Resignation. 


Sbaw Wi Ham M., 


Captain, 


B 




Promotion to Major of 11th. 


Sherwood George P., 


Ut Lieutenant, 


F 




do CapUin. 


Skinner J. R., 


1st do 


C 






Bmall Charles H., 


2d do 


B 




PromoUon to CapUin. 


Speed Frederia, 


2d do 


A 




do A4j't of ISth. 


Spiller Bnrbank, 


2d do 


K 






StoplesHeniyG., ^ 


Captain, 


B 




do H^or. 



APPENDIX a 49 

Resigned J Promoted and Deceased Officers j Sc, (Continued,) 



Names. 


Rank. 


Comp. 


Reg't 


QMiaai. 


SUples Henry G , 


JMajor, 

ilst Lteatenant, 






Promotion to Colonel. 


SUarni Royal B., 


F 




WithdrawaL 


Stereiu Jeese T., 


;OapUiD, 


P 




Resignation. 


Stereo* Robert M., 


2d LimiteMBt, 


B 




Promotion to Ist Lientenant. 


Stinehfield WUliam H., 


|2d do 


I 




do CapUin. 


Strickland Irnao, 


Quartermaster, 






Resignation. 


Strickland Lee, 


.Captain, 







Promotion to Colonel. 


Strickland Lee, 


'Colonel, 






Resignation. 


Stroat Newell, 


'Captain, 


E 




Sturterant W. M., 


2d Lieutanant, 


D 




Promotion to 1st Lientenant 


Sweney Miles, 


;2d do 


I 




Resignation. , 


Tallman James H., 


,2d do 


B 






Thomas Hynry G., 


CajWl.. 


G 




Resignation. 


Thompson E-lward W., 


D 




Thompson James H., 


,Ass*t Sargaon, 




13 


Promotion to Surgeon. 


TiUen C. W., 


IstLientenant, 


B 




do CapUin. 


Timberlake William H., 


'2d do 


C 




Resignation. 


Tobie William A., 


CapUia, 


K 




do 


Todd James F., 


Ist Lieutenant, 


A 




do 


True Kdward A., 


.2d do 


H 




Promotion te Ist Lieutenant. 


True Edward A., 


;ist do 


H 




do CapUin. 


To key George W., 


'a.pUin, 


A 




Resignation. 


Tocker I«aao N., 


;Lient. Colonel, 






Withdrawal. 


Twitch el i Jusoph F., 


CapUin, 


B 




Promotion to Major. 


Varney George, 


iMaior, 






do Lieut Colonel. 


Walker Charles, 


Captain, 


B 




do Major of 10th. 


Walker Elg^b, 


do 


B 




do Major. 


Walker Ju-cph B., 


2d Lientanani, 


P 




do 1st Lientenant 


Walker Xaihan, 


;2d do 


P 




do do 


Walton Simeon, 


,2d do 


G 




ResignaUon. 


Wardwell David B., 


ilsl do 


B 




do 


Watii/n William 11., 


Ist do 


D 




Promotion to Captain. 


Wentworth Thomas B., 


Ist do 


E 




do do 


Whitehuiue Stephen C, 


.CapUin, 


E 




R-.g.«oo. 


Whitman Charles S , 


.Adjutant, 






Whitmarsh William W., 


2d Lieutenant, 


G 


10 


Promotion to 1st Lieutenant. 


Wiggio John S., 


2d do 


A 




do do 


Wigjio Kinaldo B., 


list do 


A 




do CapUin. 


WLiliam^ A. A. C, 


AssH Surgeon, 






Regiment disbanded. 


Wilv^n Alvin P., 


.Ist Lieutenant, 


F 


2 


Promotion to CapUin. 


WUweil John B., 


ilst do 


I 


. 


Withdrawal. 


Witham Albion, 


1 Lieut. Colonel, 






Regiment dUbanded. 


Woodtuan Ephraim W., 


.Captain, 


A 


8 


Promotion to Majof. 


Woodman Ephraim W., 


iMsJor, 




8 


do Lieut Colons. 



APPiENDIX D. 



A Return of the several Regiments and Corps which have entered Unitea 
States service from this State, during the past year, under the requisition 
of the President, with their organization when they left the State, and all 
subsequent changes to December 1, 1861. Made in accordance with th*. 
following Instructions^ issued by the Adjutant General early in November. 



STATE OF MAINE. 

Hkad Qdasibu, Adjvtaht GBvnuL's OmcE, \ 
AnpuU. Not. — , 1861. { 

Capt. 

CompsBj , Beft. Maine VoluiUen. 

DsAB 8ni: Herawitb, if fand«bed yoa a list of all whom the records of thk office 
■how to hare been miutered into United State* terfioe in joor eompany, with the offi- 
•en ai thej exifted when it left the State. I wish joa to fill np the Reton from the 
reeorde of the oompany, and from sneh other information as jon maj be able to obtain, 
and to do it rery earefally, in order that I maj present in mj annual report, from this 
and similar retoms, the name, and what may be important in the history, of erety 
soldier who has entered the serrioe, together with the exact present strength of each 
oompany. 

Ton probably hare some in your company, either as officers or privates, who hare 
entered it since onr rolls were nsade, whose namee are not here given. Ton will please 
add aU inch at the bottom of the list of "Privates," giving the time of their being 
mastered into service, age, Ac, and remarliing opposite O^ca-t* names, their promo> 
tion.. ( See example. No. 9.) If, 1^ any error in the rolls, the name of a person is 
giyea who has never served with yov since yon left the State, yon will notice him 
accordingly in the Bemarks, and in the Recapitulation, put him under the head of 
<* Transferred." 

I have given the name, age at the time of entering the service, and residence of each 
soldier — the first name in/u//, when it has been possible to ascertain it: please see that 
these first names are completed — that the whole name is spelled correctly — that the 
town opposite each man's name is the one he calls his homt, (not necessarily hit Ug^l 
residence,) in order that each portion of the State may have its dne credit for furnish- 
ing Tolanteesy — and finally, that ctt mistakoi are rectified, and blank spaces filled. 

The column *' present and absent,** comprises all whom yon shall consider members 
of your company on the first day of December next, even thongh some may be in this 
Stale reciaitiag, and othen sick in a hospital fifty miles from you. 



APPBNDIZ D. 5X 

Th« Tvmftliiiog reqairementt will be etaily nndenioodi In oomMiion with the Is* 
ample whieh has been |;iven. UiMe Tariont headi will eoTer erery oaie that maj arif e, 
and yon will be able under them to itate aooaintely the reaaoos why any, who hare 
oaee been with yon, are now abcent. Every man muti 6c accowttdfcr. Do not, nnder 
any eireomfltanoei, eraee a name, but make the Remarks Tery full, Inierting ereiy^ 
thing that may be neoenary ip the way of explanation. Let the Hmt and emut cf dii* 
ckargea be correetly stated. It is of the utmost importanee that eaflh of these 
reqvlrements be oarefally oomplied with, in order that no injnstloe may be done to any 
one. 

In the Beoapitnlation, those who have been promoted to be offioers, from the ranks, 
or from outside the limits of the oompany, mnst be numbered as ** PriTates,** else the 
" totals " on the right hand will be too large, and eanse oonlusion. Under the heading 
*■ Present Organisation, Ao.,*' the offioers, as now existing, will appear. 

The ** Morning Beport ** for Deeember 1st, is independent of what preeedes, exeept 
thnt the ** Aggregate present and absent *' should be equal to the som of " lit for 
duty '* nod ** Biek." This report will be oondensed from your regular morning report 
of that date. ETorything exeept this, and the eolumn *< present and absent " in the 
Retom, can be made up at onee; but little labor will then remain. Saeh oommanding 
ofieer will be expscted to forward his Return to this offioe as early as Deoember Sd; if 
it is delayed, it will probably be too late for publication. * 

niese Returns, when perfected and arranged, together with abstracts and tablet 
baaed upon them, will be published in the «< Annual Report of the Adjutant Qeneral," 
on the 1st of January. These Reports will be scattered throughout the State, aod sent 
to all our regiments. From them, friends at home will be able to obtain information in 
relation to husbands, brothers and sons in the army, that they can obtain in no other 
wnj. It concerns you more than any other single individual, that your record shall be 
full, and free from errors, and erery consideration of duty and self-respect, will urge 
yo«r prompt and personal attention to this subject. ' 

I will add that this is required, also, in partial conformity to Seotion 3, of the Act 
pasaed at the extra session of the Legislature, In April last, entitled *' An act to au- 
thorise the raising of .ten regiments," Ac, which section proTides that << the captains 
of the respeetire companies shall make monthly returns," Ac. This has not yet been 
aaked for. and it is thought that this Return, if properly prepared, will fiimish all the 
fisata desired at the present time. 

I hare sent an extra blank which you will flU out, to oorrespond with the one 
retained to this office, and preserre for reference. 

If any information that I can give you is required, it shall be cheerfully furnished. 
Very Respectfully, 

Tour Obedient Serrant, 

JOHN L. HOBSBON, Adjutant General. 



52 



ADJUTANT aSHUAM REPORT. 



FIRST REGIMENT MAINE VOLUNTEERS. * 



K«ittndiiitoU.B.S«rTiMat PorUuid, by Capt. J. W. Gardiner, for thrao moathA 
from the third daj of May, 1861. 



NathanielJ. JaduoD, 
Albion Witham, 
George G. Bailey, 
Jamee S. FiUebrown, 
William S. Dodge, 
Wentworth P. Richardfon, 
A. A. C. WUIiams^ 
George Knox, 
Foeter Randall, 
Stephen H. Manning, 
George J. Northnp, 
DaTid Jones, 
Pjnu Freeman, 



FISLD AND STAFF. 

Lewitton, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Lewiston, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Branfwiek, 

Branswiek, 

Lewiston, 

Bmnswiok, 

Portland, 

Westbrook, 

Lewiiton, 



Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Major. 

AdJQtant. 

Qoartermaster. 

Snrgeoo. 

Amirtant Snrgeon. \ 

Chaplain. 

Sergeant Major. 

Qaarterin.ister Sergeant. 

Hospital Steward. 

Dmoi Major. 

Fife Major. 



COMPANY "A," Capt. TUKHT. 



Kames. 


< 


Besidenee. 


Names. 


&> Residence. 


CAPTAIirS. 






1 Boynton, Freeman N. 


22 do 


George W. Takey, 


44 


Portland. 


, Bowie, John B. 


22 Portland. 








i Copp, John F. 


20 do 


George H. Chadwell, 


30 


do 


, Oollis, John F. 


22 Philadelphia. 


Charles L. McAltlster. 


28 


do 


Cnsbman, Ben>min S. 


18 Portland. 


8BB6EAHT8. 






, Coolbroth, Thaddeas W. 


21' do 


John M. Beal, 


32 


do 


Chamberlain, Charles B. 


18 C. Eliaabeth. 


Alex. Bell, 


44 


do 


' Dyer, Bdmand W. 


22 do 


Peres B. Bnmham, 


26 


do 


1 Green, John 


31 Portland. 


Simeon B. Wiggin, 


36 


do 


GaptUl, Stephen H. 


■ 21 Frycburg. 








Hyde, Rnfns W. 


33 Portland. 


Charles A. Chellia» 


32 


do 


Hall, Webb 


30 do 


Charles H. Seott, 


22 


do 


Hanson, Nils A. 


23 do 


James Berry, 


45 


do 


Hall, Henry D. 


271 


BeitfaminF. Witham. 


25 


do 


; Holbrook. Charles L. 


:i9SUrk8. 


xvsiciAirs. 






Hanley, Thomas 


19 Camberland. 


William H. SeweU. 


34 


do 


Hoekley, Sdwaid J. 


23 Portland. 


Joseph H. Graham, 


22 


Fiall Rirer. 


nisiey, Charles & 


123 Harrison. 


PBITATB8. 






! Jordan, GeorgeS. 


21 C. Elisabeth. 


Adams, George M. 
Begg, John R. 
Bowker, DavU C. 


26 


Westbrook, 


Jordan, Andrew B. 


23 do 


19 


Portland. 


Eennard, Frank S. 


21 


35 


do 1 


Keanard, Merritt A. 


19 


Barnard, John B. 


34 


do 


Loyitt, William 


21 C. Eliaabeth. 


Bany, Thomas 


19 


C.Sliaabeth, * 


Lovitt, James 


19 do 



*Taken from the original Muster-in Rolls. 



APPIHDIX X>. 
COHPANT "A," (GosTxmriD.) 



58 



Karnes. 



Lineoln, Edward R. 
Kaoaey, Jo ha H. 
MoKvonej, George H. 
MeDonald, Aogot 
M orrmy, Albion 
Norton, Charles P. 
Kewell, Charles H. 
Osgood, Charles H. 
Pike, John B. 
Pillsbnrj, Tobias 2d 
Parioton, Albert H. 
Bioh, Frank G. 
Ross, George H. 
Roaeh, Bdward 
Smith, Albert W. 
Sonie, Thomas W. 
Strong, George 
Stoekman, Charles W. 



Reaidenoe. 



Portland. 

do 

do 

do 
Westbrook. 
Portland. 

do 

East Boston. 
Portland. 
C. Elisabeth. 
Portland. 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 




Staekpole, Daniel W. 

Sw^tt, George W. 

Swett, John B. 

Swett, Albert H. 

Sterens, George L. 
I Sohoonmaker, Bdw. G. 
I Thaxter, George R. W. 
I Tyrrell, William D. 
I Waterhoose, Samnel 0. 

Wyer, Bdward P. 

Whitten, Oliver G. 
! Whitten, Beigamin F. 
! Witham, John 
I Watts, Albert 8. 
I Willard, Henry B. 

Wilson, Alran S. 
, Wormwood, Alfred R. 



24 1 Portland. 
20;Gorham. 
23 Portland. 
211 do 
27 Westbrook. 
|22 Cleveland. 

22 Portland. 

23 G Slisabeth. 
i22'Portland. 



do 
do 
do 



22 N. Gloucester. 
23:c. Elisabeth. 
19 Portland. 
21'N. Gloacester. 



COMPANY "B." Capt. WALKER. 



CAPrAnr. 


""" 




Hall, Daniel W. 


23iSUrk8. 


Ciimrles Walker, 


26 


PorUand. 


' Hall, Henry C 


23;.Starks. 


LlBOraNAKTS. 






1 Hall, Dana 


19,PorUand. 


Ciiarles J. Pennell, 


30 


do 


! Hodsdon, Moses a 


29 


do 


James M. Black, 


26 


do 


1 Hall, David N. 


24 


do 


SKBaBAITTC. 






; lUsiey, Bnoeh fi. 


23! Westbrook. 


OiarleB W. Roberta, 


19 


do 


! Jones Charles D. 


21iPorUand. 


Alfred L. Tomer, 


23 


do 


i Johnson, Walter 


23 


do 


Woodbnry 8. Pennell, 


22 


do 


1 Jost, George D. 
Knight, Simeon 


24 


do 


Charlee U. Libby, 


24 


do 


27 


do 


COSPOBAU. 






! Kelley, Thomas 


18 


do 


Biefaard T. Beasley, 


27 


do 


1 Libby, John F. 


24 


do 


Alfred D. F. Farley, 


26 


do 


' Lament, George W. 


28 


do 


CharleaH. Colley.jr. 


21 


do 


; Loveitt, Bdward W. 


19 


do 


Charles H. Cash man. 


22 


do 


' Mason, Edwin 


26i Westbrook. 


MUBICIAXS. 






< Meserre, Amos 


26| do 


Samuel T. Dyer, 


25 


do 


1 Monntfun, Daniel E. 


22'PortlaBd. 




4A 


Westbrook. 


Marahall, James G. 


22 


do 


PUTATB8. 






Mahan, George T. 
Moses, Alfred L. 


26 


do 


Allen, Charles F. 


31 


PorUand, 


24 


do 


Alexander, Reaben* 


21 


0. Elisabeth. 


^oble, Rnfas W. 


82 


do 


Amsbey, G. L. 


23 


Portland. 


Newall, James N. 


29 


do 


Beny, Ch<irles R. 


24 


do 


Noyes, Stephen jr. 


29 


do 


Bowie, Aognstns 


21 


do 


Pennell, William H. 


26 Gray, 


Back, Cyras W. 


35 


do 


Peterson, John P. 


30,Poitland, 


Brown, Daniel H. 


20 


do 


Pote, Daniel M. 


23 do 


Coshman, Charles H. 


22 


do 


Paine, Charles H. 


19 do 


Oommings, Franklin L. 


22 


do 


Qnimby, Ofaarlee 0. 


28 


do 


CoUey, Charles H. 


26 


do 


Robie, Lineoln 


19 


do 


Cbaae, Renel D. 


25 


do 


Rines, David H. 


25 


do 


Delano, Harens 


19 


do 


Seed, Franols 


32 do 


Folsom, Samnel P. 


30 


do 


Shaw, Bdward 


22C.BliBabetli. 


Folaom, William H. 


21 


do 


Searle, John 


26 Portland. 


Fowler, Sewell T. 


22 


C. Elizabeth. 


Totman, JohnF. 


19 


do 


Fagan, William H. 


20 


Portland. 


Thnrston, George H. 
Trowbridge, John 


22 


do 


Frost Charles H. 


26 


do 


22 


do 


Green, Joseph M . 


29 


do 


Trowbridge, Charles J. 


23 


do 


OoIE; Liodsey A. 


28 


Gray. 


Verrill, Benjamin F. 


26 


do 


Olendeming, John G. 


26 


Portland. 


Wesoott, Richard 


19 


do 


Gra&m, Bdward W. 


22 


do 


Willey,Johna 


28 


do 


Hard, Charles T. 


21 


do 


Waterhoose, Cynf T. 


20 


do 


Hoyt, Benjuaia G. 


23 


do • 


York, Janes B. 


22 


0. Bliinbetb. 



54 



ADJUTANT aBK:8BAt'S RBPORT. 
COMPANY "C," Capt. FB3SBNDBN. 



Namei. & Rotideneo. 


Names. 


< 




CAPTAIir. 


1 


Holt, George S. 


21 


Portland. 


M. K Fetsendeo, 2 


» Portland. 


niller, Edward, Jr. 


35, do 


LIBUTBHAirTS. 




Hilton, Eben 


23 do 


WlllUai P. Jordan, 3 


do 


Eennard Charles 0. 


19 do 


BeqjamiD M. Redlon, 2 


8 do 


Enowlton, Charles T. 


23 


do 


SBRGBANTS. 




Lamson, Charles 0. 


21 


do 


Edward N. Groely, 2 


6 do 


Leslie, James W. 


26 


do 


GaorgeW. GrafiEam. 1 


9 do 


Lowell, Albert 


25 Windham. 


Daniel C. Clark, ' 2 


do 




23'E'iit BostoB. 


Jamei M. Safford, 1 


9 do 


Llnooln, Edward K 


22 Portland. 


COBPORALB. 




More, Edward K. 


21 


do 


Charles E. Jordan, 2 


7 do 


Monroe, Thomas 


24 


do 


Henry A. Bumham, 3 


1 do 


Miller. James P. 


22 


do 


Simeon H. Merrill, 


do 


Mosher, MarshaU M. 


23 


Gorbam. 


Charles E. Howard, 2 


1 do 


Mills, Joseph N. 


21 


Portland. 


XirSICIAXB. 




Mitohell, Eben M. 


21 


do 


Dayid Jones, 2 


6 do 


Mitchell, James B. 


20 


do 


PRITAnS. 




M'Ginley, George 


24 


do 


Berry, Osborn R. 2 


2 do 


Plnmmer, Henry A. 


25 


do 


Barns, John 3 


3 do 


Prinee, Levi M. 


19 


do 


Bonney, Edward W. 1 


8 do 


Riohardson, Colamhos C. 


24Dix1leld. 


Bioknell, Edwin 3 


do 


Reed, WiUam H. 


2liPortUnd. 


Campbell, Daniel C. 2 


3 Boston. 


Rioh, Marshall H. 


26 


do 


Colesworthy, Henry R. 2 


Portland. 


Smith, Frank A. 


26 


do 


CoUey, Albert F. 2 


3,Gray. 


Smith, Henry M. 


22 


do 


Oolley, Orrin B. 2 


1 do 


Stoneham, Peter W. 


21 


do 


Coffin, William H. 3 


2;Westbrook. 


Sargent, John A. 


22 


do 


Crediford, George H. 2 


TJBiddeford. 


Sawyer, George W. 


20 


do 


Carran, Thomas 3 


2 PorUand. 


Sawyer, William K. 


20 




Dolan, Edward J. 1 


9 do 


Sawyer, Frederie A. 


22 


do 


Dodge, John M. 2 


3 do 


Smith, James 


37 Portland. 


Foy, William 0. 3 


5 do 




18: do 


Farbish. James C. M., 2 


6 do 


Trask, George F. 


20' do 


Gould, John M. 2 


1 do 


Walton, Henry B. 


30>era. 


Greely, Rensallaer, 2d 3 


8 do 


Wiley, John N. 


123 tfridgtoD. 
21. Windham. 


Haines, Alberton P. S 


1 do 


Whitney, Isaae R. 


Hudson, John B., jr. 2 


9 do 


Wetherbee, Alfred H. 


19 Bath. 


Hard, George H. 3 


3 do 


Weeks, Robert M. 


26 Portland. 


Hamilton, Charles B. 1 


9 do 


Whitney. BeigamiB F. 
Whittier, J. Henry 


23 Windbaas. 


Hamilton, William P. 1 


8 do 


20 Portland. 


Hateh, John H. 2 


1 do 


I Wilson, Arehibald 


2l! do 


G 


0MPAN7 "D,' 


* Capt. MBSRRVB. 




CAPTAIB. 


1 


PBrTATBB. 


! ! 


Charles H. Mesenre, 2 


» Portland. 


Andrews, Tris^am 


20 Freeport, 


UBUTBlTAlfTS. 




Brown, William H. 


21 Windham. 


William A. Pearoe, t 


12 do 


Bradish, Henry C. 


|23 Portland. 


George H. B.iiley, 


29 do 


Borehill, Riehard 


19 do 


SBROBARTB. 




Blake, John H. 


23 do 


William W. Davis, ! 


IZ do 


Brine, William 


40 do 


Charles H. Bradford, ' 


21 do 


Conley, George B. 


31 do 


Augustas Fox, I 


11 do 


' Cammett, George H. 


30 do 


Otis 0. NewhalU 


20 do 


1 Conway, John 


32 do 


CORPOBAU. 




Cobb, Benjamin F. 


26 do 


George C. Ham, 


24 do 


Cobb, Georges. 
' Campbell, John 


24 Biddeford. 


Ihomas H. Poor, 


231 do 


29 Portland. 


Jaeob F. Knight, 


25| do 


Carran, Robert, 


,18 do 


FranoUE Emery, 


2i do 


Conlips, George L. 


2^ Tarmoath. 


MV81C1ABS. 




Clark, William 


20 Lewiston. 


Albert P. Ward, 


SO do 


' Dyer, Franklin 


,25 Danrille. 


Fraok H. BaUer, 


is; do 


' Downi, John W. C. 


lldPortUnd. 



APPKHDIZ I>. 



55 







DOMPANT " D,»» (CoiraHOTi).) 






Names. 


< 


Residence. 


Names. 




Residence. 


Boodj, John H. 


20 


Portland. 


Lee, Frank 


19'Portland. 


Dunreo, Dostin 


26 


do 


Littlefield, Charles 


29 


do 


EottiA, Leonard 


20 


Portland. 


Moore, Alfred S. 


23 


do 


Buttis, Frank F. 


18 


do 


MoDermott, Patrick 


20 


do 


FoUowa, JohnC. 


lOFryeburg. 


Malony, Patrick 


19 


do 


Fannan, Charles W. 


27Wood8took. 


Mountfort, John £. 


25 do 


Filea, William H. P. 


27|Gorham. 


McCarthy, Timothy 


32 do 


Fonaith, Qeorge 


38iPortland. 


Newbold, Andrew D. 


20 do 


Grant, Joibam 


22 do 


Newoomb, Abram 


19; do 


Gribbin, WaUon R. 


21 do 


Pillsbury, John G. 


21 Biddeford. 


Hastj, William 


.21,Gorham. 


Phelps, Henry N. 


34 Portland. 


Hunt, Robert M. 


31,Portland. 


Riokor, Melville 


2l|Vye8tbrook. 




30| do 


Randall, Albert 


18 Freeport. 


Haaen, John B. 


24We8tbrook. 


Riddell, Thomas C. 


33 Portland. 


Ham, William L. 


20 Portland, 


1 Sawyer, Charles 


20 do 


Hart. John H. 


18 do 


Smith, Charles J. B. 


26 do 


Hamilton, Robert 


18 do 


Sawyer, Thorndike H. 


45 Woodstock. 


Migging, Alexander 


27 Scarboro*. 


Smellage, George W. 


27 Portland. 


Jewett, George H, 


lOPortland, 


Westoott, DaTid 


28 


do 


Jewell, William F. 


22Uanoyer. 


Winslow, Hiram 


22 


do 


Jordan, Charles F. 


22|N. Gloucester. 


Walker, Samuel A. 


19 


do 


Knapp, Nathan C. 


2IiHanoYer. 











COMPANY « B 


," Capt. SHAW. 






CAPTAIN. 












WUliam M. Shaw, 


34 


Portland. 


Field, Edmond D. 


22 


Portland. 


LUeUTBlfAKTg. 






Googins, William C. 


28 


do 


Albert H. Bstes, 


35 


do 


Green, Charles R. 


26 


do 


John M. Marston, 


30 


do 


Harmon, Algernon S. 


20;NapIe8. 


BEBOKAIITS. 






Haskell, William S. 


19 Portland. 


Cynu Latham, 


32 


do 


Jameson, George W. 


28 Westbrook. 


SyWester C. Moody, 


21 


do 


Jones, George W. 


32 Portland. 


William Rolfe, 


24 


do 


Knight, Ormond W. 


23jFalmouth. 


Herbert R. Sargent, 


25 


do 


Knight, Frederic M. 


23 Portland. 


COEPOBAL8. 






Lawrence, Luther 


21 


Pownal. 


Joseph Thompson, jr., 


27 


do 


Lombard, Theodofe H. 


21 


Portland. 


Hiram T. Cook, 


20 


do 


Libby, Samuel B. 


21 


do 


WiUiam L. L. Gill, 


24 


do 


Mackin, Joseph F. 


23 


do 


James S. Roberts, 


20 


do 


McChanning, William S. 


24 


do 


MUSlCIAirS. 






Oakes, Benjamin F. 


26 


Eennebunk. 


Charles T. Morse, 


29 


do 


Perley. Joseph H. 


19 


Portland. 


Tomer Gary, 


23 


do 


Pennell, Benjamin C. 


19 


do 


PRIVATSS. 






Quimby, Alonso H. 


22 


do 


Allen, Jesse B. 


22 


do 


Randall, John F. 


21 


do 


Bent, Orrin 


19 


do 


Ritter, John H. 


23 


do 


Beal, FlariuB 0. 


19 


do 


Rounds, Charles H. 


22 


do 


Bonney, Alonso G. 


19 


do 


Sanborn, William H. 


19 


Bridgton. 


Bragdon, Charles W. M. 


30 


do 


Simpson, Henry T, 


29 


Portland. 


Blake, Charles H., 


20 


do 


Skillin, Charles D. 


20 


do 




26 


do 


Soule, George A. 


23 


do 


Ghamberlin, George 


22 


do 


Smith, Harrison W. 


20 


do 


Chaplin, John 


22 


Naples. 


Smith, Ambrose G. 


22 


Raymond. 


Clovdman, Andrew C. 


26 


Portland. 


Smith, Henry F. 


22 


Portland. 


Coolbroth, Charles 


21 


do 


Smith, George A. 


24 


do 


Coffin, George W. 


24 


do 


Smith, Joseph M. 


23 


Biddeford. 


Coe, Cornelius B. 


30 


do 


St. John, William B. 


21 


Portland. 




26 


do 


Thurston, Lewis L. 


22 


do 


Crowell, Jesse H. 


31 


do 


Thompson, Edwin L. R. 


22 


do 


Cammiags, Samuel P. 


22 


Gray. 


Townly, Samuel 


47 


do 


Daris, Samuel C. 


22, 


Portland. 


Trowbridge, Charles S. 


27 


do 


Bennison, John H. 


^h 


do 


Trefethen, Clifford 8. 


24 


do 


Bodge, William T. 


is' 


Westbrook. 


Walton, Benjamin F. 


22 


Peru. 


Bunn, Martin T. 


23 


Portland. 


Webster, Chauncey B. 


21 


Yarmouth. 


Bdwards, Sewell A. 


30 


Naples. 


Whitney, James 


21 


Casco. 


FfBSOT, William 


26, 


Portland. 


Willard, Daniel 


29 


Portland. 



56 



ADJUTANT QEVERAL'S BSPORT. 
OOMPANT «F>" Capt. STEVENS. 



Names. 



CAPTAUr. 

Jesse T. Stevens, 

LIETJTBNAIITS. 

William KdowIiod> 
Slijah M. Shaw, 

BFRQSAirrS. 

John H. Fergason) 
Marvin L. Blood, 
Isaac S. Fannee, 
Harrison A. Cook, 

CORPORALS. 

Charles H. Moore, 
Bdgar M. Eastis, 
Almon J. Gardner, 
Edwin S. Butler, 

llV8iaA!f8. 

Frederick R. Pierce, 
Edward Preble Carman, 

PRIVATES. 

Annis, Angafltas C. 
Annis, Zeliod N. 
Abbott, George 
Brown, George W. 
Bangs, Gilbert y. 
Beals, Charles A. 
Bartlett, Alonso M. 
Baker, Hardy N. 
Bowker, Charles H. 
Bomham, Daniel W. 
Blake, John 2d 
Carvill, Lewis 
Chandler, Daniel J. 
Carran, Nicholas 
Cross, Lewis jr. 
Clark, Eli B. 
Dadley, Henry H. 
Dakin, Frank B. 
Durell, Abraham G. 
Dean, Charles B. 
Emery, Joseph J. 
Farrar, Edwin 
Forbes. WUliam 



39 



Lewicion. 



31 do 
S4 Lawrence. 

I 
26lLewiston. 
•271 do 
S3{ do 
36 do 



do 
do 



25, Durham. 



30 Harrison. 
19 Lewiston. 



Names. 



M Residence. 



do 
do 
do 

tl ■ 

do 
do 
do 
22!AnbBni. 

22 Lewiston. 
21 Tamer. 
27.LewiBUn. 
20, do 
22' do 

1 18 Solon. 
21 NewVineyard. 
36 L«wrence. 
19 Lewiston. 

23 do 
21; do 

24 Palmyra. 

25 Bethel. 
23 Lewiston. 



Foster, Charles R. 

Follynsbee, Frank M. 

Gay, Benjamin F. 

G rover, Boynton 

Gnrney, Bradley F. 

Goold, George H. 

Graffam, Stephen 

benry, Charles W. 

Handly, John J. 

Hall, Enoch L. 

Hill, Theodore V. 

Haskell, Charles H. 

Jones, David 

Jackson, Andrew 

Jones, William H. 

Lovell, Samuel W. 

Lowe, James 

Lowell, Dennis C. 

Mann, Semael 8. 
■ Murr.ll, Joseph S. 
I Maoe, Hosea B. 

Neal, Albion K. P. 
I Oliver, Luther 
i| Pari in, Edwin W. 
I Pearson, Chester ^. 
,| Pratt, Reuben D. 
' Preble, J- mes G. 
I Prindall, Edward 
I Price, William 
I Rankin, Abel G. 
i Reed, Charles H. 
I, Stover, Samson K. 
l' Stewart, Hiram S. 
I Stevens, Isiiiah S. 

Stockbridge, Joseph T. 
I Thayer, Robert C. 
I Tubbs, John L. 
I Trufant, John A. 

Thompson, Andrew J. 

Winter, William C. 

Whitney, Charles H. 

Winter, Harrison B. 



CAPTAllf. 


j 


George L. Ueal, 


35 Norway. 


LIB0TBNAHT8. 




Henry Rust, jr. 


27 do 


Jonatlian Blake, 


43 Norway. 


BBSOEAIfTS. 






William D. Wbitmash, 


25 


Norway* 


Henry R. Millett, 


25 


do 


Claudius M. Favor, 


21 


do 


George W. Sholes, 


36 


do 


CORPORALS. 






Caleb 0. Back, 


25 


do 


George E. Andrews, 


28 Oxford. 


David L. Bntterfield, 


24,Norway. 


John F. Fits, 


24 


do 


MUSICIANS. 






Wellington Hobbs, 


18 


do 


PR1TATE8. 






Bailey, Hiram P. 


22 


MinoU 



COMPANY "O," Capt. BEAL. 



Brown, William C. A. 
. Brann, Thomas A. 
, Beman, Stephen S. 

Bean, Timothy EI. 
< Berry, Frank L. 
I Barrows, WtlliAm A. 

Bock, James M. 

Bisbee, Eliab 
, Cherry, Philo S. 
j Conner, Peter C. 

Cordwell, W infield 8. 
i Cashman, Freeland A. 
, Crockett, Grosveoor 
I Dempsy, Jere 
I Davis, Joseph C. 
i Dean, Jacob 2d 
I Dalloff, Alphonso 
; Durgin, William W. 
I Emery, Melvin W. 



j35 Lewiston. 
120 Monmosth. 
24 Bath. 
2LBowdoio. 
24i Lewiston. 
21| do 
29i do 
231 do 
22 Wilton. 
40 Lewiston. 
19| do 
2ll do 
37 do 
32> do 
IB Monraoutb. 
24 Lewiston. 
431 do 
22 Plymouth. 
'35 Lewiston. 
iio Keadfield. 
'26; Lewiston. 
,27 do 

22 do 
1 20 Weld. 

23 Lewiston. 
,22 Mereer. 

23 Lewiston* 
22i do 



27i 
30| 
21- 
2) 



do 
do 
do 
do 



;31 Green. 
1 27 Auburn. 
34 do 
27 Turner. 
'21 Paris. 
'23 ^icwiston. 
!25, do 
1 20 Freeman* 
i36 Lewiston. 
'20 Dixfield. 



22 Gardiner. 
21 Paris. 

42 BetheL 
21 do 
|24 Norway. 
Is 7 Sumner. 
(22, do 
1% do 
30 Norway. 
,25 Paris, 
[20 Greenwood. 
,30 Oxford. 
'36 Norway. 
,21| do 
124! do 
26,Ozford. 
24 Rnmford. 
21 Stoneham. 

23 Greenwood. 



APPXNOIZ D. 



67 



OQMPANT «6/' (ConrnraiD.) 



ISBmm. 






Kaaef. 


M> S«iid«Boa. 


Etus, Samnel a 


19 


Stoneham. 


Merriam,FrederiekB. 


22Norway. 


fMtei^WftllMo 


21 


Norway. 


Morey, Henry C. 


240xford. 


Fettw, Wimmm H. 


26 


Albany. 


MeKeen, Henry H. 


26Steeham. 
2isKneham. 


Famr, Sidney A. 


23 


Paria. 


MeAlIiater, Stephen C. 


Forter, Jeremiah, jr. 


32 


Norway. 


Pilie,DarinaF. 


22lNorway. 


Fame, Rofoi B. 


28 


Hebron. 


Parker, Iiaae 0. 


2S;Greenwood. 


Field, George W. 


28 Minot. 


1 Baynea, Joaeph F. 


24|Anbum. 


Gammon, C. Albert 


32 Norway. 
23 Waterford. 


1 Robertaon, Bolon 


22iBethel. 


Borr, Angvstoe S. 


! Stephena, Lewia H. 


23 Woodatook. 


Hale,WiniamF. 


22 Norway. 


1 Sterena, DauTille B. 


2l|Parla. 


Hin, WiUiui F. 


19Norway. 


iStowell,ThomaaN.jr. 


22Paria. 


Hieka, Alfired C. 


220xford. 


Steama, Charlea P. 


20|Bethel. 


Heraey, Albion 


2i;ParU. 


; Steama, Edward P. 


20!Bethel. 


Hall, Bodney 9. 


22Paria. 


Searey, Ai B. 


26; Albany. 


Hapgood, Andrew S. 


19! Waterford. 


i Shaw, Franoia S. 


29'Greenwooil. 


Hobba, J. Frank 


19 Norway. 


1 True, Alfred 


ISBethel. 


Iriih, Samuel C. 


19 Sumner. 


1 Thompaon, Charlea 


24'Norway. 


Jadbina,Heni7N. 
Jordan, John F. 


2 I.Greenwood. 


Warren, Hannibal F. 


20Norway. 
19Waterford. 


20,Paria. 


< Webater, John N. 


Jordan, GranviUe P. 


32Norway. 


Whittle, John W. 


23 Greenwood. 


litUefield, Jamea A. 


24 Greenwood. 


1 Waahbom. Watoon 


19.0zford. 


littlefleld, Albert 


22'Stoneham. 


1 


1 



OOMPANT «H," Gapt. BMBRSON. 



CAPTADT. 

Oiarlea S. Bmeraon 

LIIUTSIIASTa. 

Jamea a Folaom, 
Phiaeaa W. DUl, 



Jamaa Dingley, jr. 
AaroL T. Froaty 
Bonee Wight* 
Boxal A. Bray, 

COBFORALS. 

John 0. Kidder, 
Charlea W. Thing, 
Albert D.Furbiah, 
Jabea M. Hogan, 

MPBICIAICS. 

Andrew J. Philbriok, 
George A. Warren, 

panrATia. 
Atwood, Sleaser B. 
Aadenon, Charlea R. 
Barker, Jamea h. 
Brown, Frank W. 
Biabee, Bliaba 8. 
Beal, Thomaa R. 
Bailey, William W. 
Bradbury, Benjamin 
Conant, Alexander B. 
Cobom, George B. 
Cotton, Dennett 
Cotton, Thomaa H. 
I>naeolU Timothy 
Boyle, Jamee T. 
Dtrea, WiUUm G. 
Baton, Daniel P. 
Bdgaeomb, Oaiaa B. 
btea, Stephen R. 
PnMum, Albe^ W. 
8 



Auburn. 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

Turner. 



21 Auburn. 
23,WaterTUle. 
24jAnbnrn. 
21Iiewiaton. 

22 Palmyra. 



22 Poland. 
21|Lewiaton. 
24 do 
2C,LoTell. 
20Pera. 
21 Durham. 
I25l do 
tl9| Auburn. 
26 do 



18,Lewiaton. 



124 



24 Auburn. 
1271 do 
27'Lewi8ton. 
'2i| do 
,24Baokfield. 



,19' Auburn. 
'28' Albany. 
|18.Lewiaton. 
;2l!Minot. 



Furbuah, Henry W. 
Green, Harriaon G. 
Gordon, William H. 
Getobell, Otia J. 
Huntreaa, Henry 0. 
Harridan, George W. 
Harridan, WaahingtonF. 
Harridan, Charlea B. 
Handy, Charlea I. 
Haaey, George B. 
Jumper, Darid A. 
Joy, George F. 
Kidder, Roaooe J. 
Kimball, laaiah 
Little, William R. 
Luoe, Sulliran 
Lake, Henry H. 
Lamarehe, Alfred F. 
LoTOjoy, Nathaniel, Jr. 
Manning, Lemont 
Miller, Chariea P. 
Merrill, Charlea 8. 
Morton, RandaU B. 
Merrill, Auburn 



11 Naaon, Chandler 
), Noyea, Alonao 
; Parker, George H. 

Pratt, Jabea 
' Royal, Andrew J. 
II Stevena, ChurohiU S. 
, Skinner, Phineaa W. 
II Smith, William B. 
i! Stone, Joaiah 
1 1 Small, Sidney 



SftTage, WiUlam M. 
Sterena, Samuel L. 
Tuner, John 8. 



Lewiaton. 

Auburn, 
do 

New Portland. 

Barnatoad. 

Aulmrn. 
do 
do 

ISNorridgewock. 
18Liabon. 
21iLewiaton. 
21Liabon. 
26Snmmer. 
18|LiBbon. 
38| Auburn. 
2lLiabon. 
19|SUrka. 
22|Hebron. 
32,Greene. 
24Lewiaton. 
26 Auburn. 
28 Durham. 

Paris. 

Readfield. 

Auburn. 



22Canton. 
21 Durham. 
20Greene. 
29'DanTilIe. 
19!Aubum. 
19'Poland. 
22!HanowelI. 
38'Lewiaton. 
21 Auburn. 
26 do 
19{ do 
26L6wi0tCD. 



58 



AI>JX7TAlfT BESWBAVB SXPOSE. 
OOMPAKY «H," (CoTTcnrxD.) 



Hsacs. 


Ji BcsideMa. 


K»«. 


t «-"— 


Taaks, James H. 


21 Anboni. 


White, Angnatna 


28 Anbwn. 


Tamer, Xolbaniel B. 


22 Uwiaton. 


Weleh, William A. 


27 Caaeo. • 


IV ood, GeoǤB H. 


21 Hartford. 


Yeaton, William H. 


21 Farmingtott. 


Witham, Philip 


40 Lewiaton. 


Yenng, Onslow W. 


21 Hebron. 




COMPAXT •'I," 


Capt. QUntBY. 




CAPTAM. 






1 


WUIiftm M. Qaifflby. 


37 Portland. 


Frank'in, John B. 


40 Dorer. X. H. 


LrKTTEJIA.Tra. 




Goodrich, Cbarlet H. 


20 WeatI rook- 


Nehemiab T. Farbbh, 


25 do 


Gore, Uorae« 


19 do 


Hebron Ma^bew, 


21,\V€8tbrook. 


Gill, Leonard P. 


30 Portland. 


SSEGKASTS. 


( : 


Greetj, Jobn W. 


1J4 Weatbrook. 


Jobn T. i;imp«oQ, 


2S Portland. 


Graham Charica C. 


21 do 


Thomafl S. Hatcbi«9, 


28 Winthrop. 


Hooston, John S. 


:7 do 


William Wade, 


I'J Weatbrook. 


UoQ.«ton, Ithamor 


20 do 


Frank C. Sweetiir, 


21 do 


Hod-d.,o. Charles A. 


2t) do 


CeSPORAU. 




Haskell, Foster M. 


19 do 


laaiah Randall, 


37 do 


Hoeket, Asa 


IsHollis. 


ChAr!efl H. Foje, 


2"^ Weatbrook. 


Hicks, Benjamin F. 


21 Lewiaton. 


Charfea H. Gore, 


30 do 


Jewett, William W. 


126 Weatbrook. 


Enoch WeMott, 


22 do 


Libby, Alonso 


'2') do 


MCSICLA5S. 




Lewia, George P. 


20 do 


William Allen, 


,27 do 1 


Lei sh ton, Darid H. 


3 4' Portland. 


Amoa U. Hnnson, 


23 Windham. > 


Mariner, Thomaa B. 


33 Wostbrook. 


PRIVATES.* 


i i 


MolTej, John 


20 do 


Adams, Irring H. 


1 19 Weatbrook. 


Murphy, William H. 


I'l Portland. 


Atwood, Uexekiah 


'3m Portland. 


Pennell, George A. 


2S Weatbrook. 


Bacon, George Wm. 


13 CaUw. 


Penaell, John W. 


19 do 


Barber, Lorenxo 


21 Weatbrook. 


Quimby, William A. 


1^ do 


Bolton, William, 


21" do 


Ki[.ley, N.ithaniel D. 


21 Portland. 


Babb, Henry S. 


2.3 do ! 


Kiohanlsoo, Albert B. 


22 do 


Bakemao, Jobn G. 


30 P.>rtlaDd. " 


Roberts, Charles H. 


lb Falmouth. 


Bostiio, Xathan P. 


20 Brtdjfton. | 


Stanford, James W. 


19 Weatbrook. 


Cooley, John F. L. 


I- '^taniiijh. 


Stanford, Charica L 


21 Portland. 


CUpp, Jame* M. 


■i:j Portland. 


^rinscn, W arren C. 


*:5 Albion. 


Chaplin, Aagu<»tine 


3.5 Naplw. ! 


>awyer, Albion 


31 P.Ttlaod. 


Calkins, Frank A. 


•21 Portland. 


Str'Ut, George A. 


21 Karmood. 


Clasky, Peter 


;37 do 1 


Towle, Are<i P. 


22 WeVitrock. 


Delan<K Daniel jr. 


'19- do ! 


T..tman, William H. 


27 Richmond. 


Dann, Charl^ra T. 


24 do 


Th mpaon, Jamea M. 


l^vIraT. 


DttTis, AI<;nzo A. 


19' do 


Terbunc, Stephen 


27 Portland. 


Elwell. Up2*!siab 


l;> Weatbrook. I 


Varu^-y, Mark S. 


H Windham. 


Fellowa, James L. 


21 do 


Mek'b, WiUtam 


21 P.rtlaLd. 


Fogg, Albert R. 


27 do 


Welch, Albion F. 


23 Weatbrook. 


Foster, Samnel H. 


'IH Portland. ' 


Welch, Robert B. 


19 do 


Fitch, Edwin 


!*:! Lndgton. 


W hidden, George A. 


20 do 




COMPANY " K, 


• Capt. O'SGOOD. 




CAPTAIS. 


— — 


Asa J. Cole, 


27 Lewi'ton. 


Silaa B. Oegood, 


Lewiaton. 


J. H. Merrill, 


27 do 


LIEUT C5A]rT8. 


' ' 


ursiciAna. 


■ 


Elijah D Juhnaon, 


2S do 


John C. Lovejt.y, 


22Xorth Anaon. 


Qaorge H. N je. 


33 do 


Albert E. Hanson, 


■ IS Lewiaton. 


SSRGKAHTS. 




PRIVAKX8. 


' 1 


John B. Cook, 


23 do 


AdbtuD, Henry 


!22; do 


Benjamin A. Hovnrd, 


21 do 


A Ma ma. Frank C. 


;i9 do 


Xdwin Roberta, 


2'J do 


Rubier, Andrew 


22 Webs JOT. 


Ri«hard W. Stewart, 


27^ do 


D^atey, James &. 


23 LcwistOB. 


CORPORAl.«. 


t 


Hk wn. Ivory 


36 do 


Bth^hart C. Gkc««U» 


25 do 


hickfonJ, GeorgoW. 
Bolaa, Albort L 


19 do 


JftMMlAJ^OB. 


23 da 


If do 



APPmrBiz D. 

OOMPANT "E," (CoxTUriTBD.) 



59 



NunoB. 


< 


Residenoe. 


Names. 


< 




Baker, Frederio N. 


19 


Lewiston. 


MoCarthj, Riobard 


19 


Attbnm. 


BrowB, Sllflworth A. 


20 


do 


Mayberry, George H. 


19 


Solon. 


Bond, fioagbton, 


26 


do 


Nash, Jonathan 


23 


Aobom. 


BiekiwU, Fagotto 


24 


Oxford. 


Osgood, James B. 


22 


Ee'wiston. 


Ghnn^ill, Algeraoo H. 


23 


Bridrton. 


Onias, James 


27 


do 


Cordwell, Hinm 


29 Lewiston. 


Pratt, Franeis H. 


23 


Sebron. 


ChapmBn, Elma 


24,Poland. 


Patterson » Samnel 


20 


Salem. 


GuTill, Jordan G. 


23Lewi8ten. 


PettiDgill, Menassab 


29 


Lewiston. 


Dyer, William H. 


18,Farmington. 


Rookwood, James M. 


24 


Belpade. 
St. John. 


Denner, WUliun W. 


23!Oxford. 


Robinson, James D. 


23 


Ponnell. Samnel 


2llBath. 


Ring, Mellon 


19 


Gardiner. 


Baton, Benjunin A. 


SliQreene. 


Stookbridge, Oomelins D. 


27 


Dizfield. 


f^Ii^T''- 


24,Par8onBfield. 


Stone, Levi 


21 


Cornish. 


27 Lewision. 


Smith, Charles W. 


21 


Lewiston. 


ForayOi, Nelson S. 


2l'wilton. 


Stearns, Gratns B. 


22 


Weld. 


Ooa, Joseph F. 




! Sawyer, Llewellyn 


18 Lewiston. 


Ooei» Almond L. 


22 DaoTille. 


Smithy James 


18 


do 


Gainey, James 


ISlLeviston. 


Tarr. ?hllip fl. 


22 


do 


Hammond, Ambrose B. 


18, do 


1 Taylor, Charles B. 


26 


do 


Hedon, James 


25' do 


1 Thompson, Charles S. 


21jBarnhaffl. 


Jumper, Oeorge 




Tarr, James B. 


28 Lewiston. 


Jaekson, Charles P. 


23 Paris. 


1 Veile, Reuben 


21 do 


Jvmper, Charles fl. 


24 Lewiston. 


Webber. Blias S. 


34 do 


Jepeon, Leonard 


39 do 


Watson, Moody 


19 Hartland. 


Kinpley, Albert B. 


21 do 


1 Withereli, John F. 


25 Monmontb. 


Laae, Aagnstine K. 


26 do 


1 Woodeoek, Melria 


34 Lewiston. 


Moore, William H. 


24 Corrinna. 


! Welsh, Miobael 


26 do 


M jriek, Fiederlc 8. 


21i:iewutOB. 


Willard, John A. 


19 


do 



The following names are on Pay Roll as having reoeived Pay and Bounty, bat do 
Boi AppMT npon oopies of U. S. Muster Rollj, furnished flrom War Department, as 
hATing been mastered in U. S. Serriee: 



Serg't, 
Prirate, 



Henry A Gray, 
John Downing, 
George A. Green, 
Lewis B. Pearson, 
Bdward S. Soole, 



Co. 
Co. 
Co. 
Co. 
Co. 



Prirate, Washington Babson, Co. D. 

" John Atohisoo, Co. D. 

« Appleton U. Floyd, Co. B. 

Musioian, John F. Webb, Co. G. 

Prirate, Otho W. Barnham, Co. G. 



APPKNBDC D. 

SECOND REGIMENT. 



61 



Reium of original Field and Staff Officers of Second Regiment Infantry, 
Maine Volunteers, showing changes which have taken place by promotion, 
rfngnation, or otherwise. 



ITu&M* 



Bank* 



EmU 

dvDM. 



Dftio tft Bank 
or Ap|KiEDtm«iit 



E«Biir)U. 



Otaftai W. RoUrU, 

ClLftrlif V. Lofd, 

Anfttfttti C. Buiilia, 
Jo^ F, MtDMt 
I/iiLbirA. PierMj 

£4ip»r4 Ij' A|>pIvton, 



|C<}1oiiflU 

I Li out. Cotonvf, 

]A*1jufcaHt, 

Qr, lir. Sw$X 

Sergei Bii^r, 
Hot p. StoiTjuil, 



B&ngor* 
I) in go r. 

Di^th, 



Bangor, 

Damgorp 
Oraao, 



iMny 2, 
May 4, 



1861, 



Prom, to BHg, G«9* 
Ptohj, to CoL 
Ptom. t« Lt, Ool. 

Eeilgned^ 

EtMtgDtd. 

PrU. Rbbaotid, Va. 
Prom, to Brif. Q. M. 
Qdn JAQis«tji?> Brif . 
A pp. Li. la R«gp At. 
,Diioh'd, DiifibiUtj. 



•Baleaa«l. 



Rafearn of Begimantal Band, Seeond Begimant Infantry, Maine Volanfeaan, itatlonad 
at Hairs Hill, Ya., expressing its eonditlon on the morning of December 1st, 1861, 
together with a complete reoord of the changes that have taken place in the Band 
liaee it entered the serrice of the United States, on the 30th day of Angnst, 1861. 

AMBRICtJS D. HARLOW, Leader. 



Names. 


Residence. 


Mustered into 
U. 8. Serrice. 


Remarks. 


LSADEB. 








Hirlow, Amerions D. 


Bangor, 


Aug. 30, 1861, 




MVBICLA. HS. 








Holt, George 


do 


do 




Peaks, Willard B. 


do 


do 




SeaTsy, William D. 


do 


do 




Frost, Charles A. 


do 


do 




Morris, Albion 


Leeds, 


do 




Smith, Charles F. 


Brooklyn, N.T. 


do 




Merrill, Rafns 


Bangor, 


do 




Bowker, Anson W 


Woodstock, 


do 




Colbum, Moses A. 


Orono, 


do 




Banham, John T. 


Oldtown, 


do 




Chtpman, Bmerson 


Bangor, 


do 




WUU, Amasa W. 


do 


do 




Bftriiag, George 0. 
Foster, John F. 


do 1 


do 




do 


do 




Colby, Henry M. 


Rnmford, 


do 




Kaapp, David 8. 


Paris, 


do 


Diwsh'g, Sept 10, DisabUity. 


Babeoek. James F. 


Bangor, 


do 




Woods, Horace F. 


Hallowen, 


do 




Abbott, Hiram F. 


Rnmford, 


do 




Crowell, Horton B. 


Bangor, 


do 




Ooodale, Bdwin W. 


do 


Oct. 25, 1861. 




Wright, James 


Rockland, 


do 




Smith, BUha M. 


Bangor, 


do 




Andrews, Etekiel 


do 


do 




SsuuBon, B. K. 


Saoo, 


do 




Crowell. Charlee 


Bangofi 


do 




euus, William N. 


do 


Ang. 30,^1861. 


Disoh*g, KoT. 11, DIsabiUty. 



62 



ADJUTAN1VaB2IBRAL*S BBPORT. 



Batera of Oapt Hennon BArtlott, Compuij A, Seeond B«flffl6Bt Infutry, MaIm Vol- 

* Deeemb«r lit, 1861, togtthor with a oompleta record of the ehangea that have taken 

daj of Maj, 1861. FRANK & TBIOKBT, Orderly Sergwmt. 



i 


Names. 


< 


RMidenec 


Married Mnster'd 

or into 
Single. tJ.&Ber. 


Sick. 
Wher*. 


Killed. 
When. 




ronassiovKD oincaiu. 














1 HerraoB Bartlett, 


32 


Bangor, 


Married. 


May 28. 






2,Rlnaldo B. Wiggin, 


33 


do 


do 


do 






3 Jamea Dean, 


29 


do 


do 


do 






SXBaBAHTS. 














1 John Q. A. LanoeT, 


29 


do 


do 


do 






2 Cbarlee F. H^II, 


22 


do 


Single. 


do 






3 Chdheg W. B. MiUer, 


29 


do 


do 


do 






4 WUIiam J. Dean. 


36 


do 


Married. 


do 




July SI, 




COBPOBAKS. 














1 


Hartsom P. Crowell, 


40 


do 


do 


do 






2 


John C. Harmon, 


28'Lewiston, 


Single. 


do 






3 


Samuel B. Hinckley, 


22 Bangor, 


do 


do 






i 


Warren H. Orcntt, 

PBITATBf. 


21Chester. 


do 


do 






1 


Ash, Ananias 


36 Bangor, 


do 


do 






2' Anderson, Jamea E. 


29 do 


do 


do 






3!Baoon,JametH. 


21 Orono, 


do 


do 






4' Baeon, William F. 


191 do 


do 


do 






6, BenMn, Stephen D 


ISBangor, 


do 


do 






6 BUgden, John C. 


21,Bnoksport,. 


do 


do 






7; Benson, Nathan 


24 Bangor, 


do 


do 






8 Baker, Edward H. 


22; do 


do 


do 






9 Black, John F. 


2llDedham, 


do 


do 






10 Brock, Greenlief C. 


20 Bangor, 


do 


do 






11 Batterfield, Freeman H. 


21,Milford, 


do 


do 






12 Boynton, John D. 


24, Bangor, 


do 


do 






13 Brown, Horace 


23,Hampden, 


do 


do 






14 Blodgett, Edwin R. 


V^^T ' 


do 


do 






15'Chamberlain, Edwin R. 


Married. 


do 








23 


do 


Single. 


do 






17,Cohb, Charles B. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






18'Condon, Norris D. 


24Dizmont» 


do 


do 






19|Copland, Edwin C. 


21>Dezter, 


Married. 


do 






20 Copland, Edward W. 


2I| do 


Single, 


do 






21 Cnshman, Winslow 


21Dlxmont, 


do 






22 Day, Hermon K. 
23lDoble, Elbridge, 


33' Bangor, 


Married, 


do 






22^. Dixmont, 


Single, 


do 






24lDoe,NehemiahP. 


ISOrono, 


do 


do 






25i Dorr, Abraham 0. 


25;Bangor, 


Married, 


do 






26 Duckworth, William 


26{ do 


Single. 


do 








20 Hampden, 


do 


do 






28 Fowler, William B. 


18 do 


do 


do 






29!Oodfre7, AWah H. 


21 Orrington, 


do 


do 


Hall's Hill, 




30 Gould, Harrison F. 


23| Bangor, 


• do 


do 


do 




SrOrant, Alvin W. 


22, Hermon, 


• do 


do 


do 




32'arant, aeorge W. 
33 Ball, Beth H. 


30 Hampden, 


Married, 


do 






21 Bangor, 


Single, 


do 






34 Haines, William H. 


21 Bucksport, 


do 


do 






85 Jones, Atwood P. 


2l!Carroll, 


do 


do 






36 Kelley, James W. 


21'Bzeter, 


do 


do 






37|Kennard, Henry F. 
38jKent, Edward D. 


27|HampdeB, 


Married, 


do 






210rrington, 


«'"5'o- 


do 


Annapolis, 




39 Kimball, Paschal P. 


19Hermon, 


do 






40LeaWtt,DudleyH.jr. 


19 Plymouth, 


do 


do 






41 


Libby, Nelson F. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






42 


LoTcJoy, Charles L. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






43 


Mann, James K. 


23 


Hudson, 


do 


do 






44 


Nash, Samnel 


23 


Paindnmk'g. 


do 


do 







Appsirsix s. 



68 



iBtMK, Btatlened at Hall's Hill, Ya., ezprMsiog iti eondition on tha morning of 
plaee in the Company tinee it entered the terrioe of the United States, on the 28th 

R. B. WIQGIN, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When tk*n. 



Deceased 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Bemarks. 



June 21, 



Ang. 7, 

July 11, 
Ang. 9, 



Resigned, 

Promoted to Captain, Aognst 80. 

Reorniting in Maine. 

Disahilitj, 

DisabiUtj. 



Transferrred to Regimental Band. 

Promoted to Lientenant, Aognst 9ih. 

2d Lieutenant on Ueneral Uartindale's StaiF. 



I Recruiting in Maine. 



Not. 11, DisabUity, 



Sept. 9, DiMbUity. 



July 27, 



Ambalanoe DrlTor. 



Nov. 9, 1st Lieutenant U. S. Infantry. 

Exhaustion, caused by retreat from Bull Run. 
Promoted to Corporal. 
Promoted to Corporal, 

Ambnianoe DriTer. 
July 11, Disability. 



Juae 12, Disability. 
July 1, Disability. 



June 24, 



Oot.12, 



June 13* 



DisabUity. 



A good and bruTe boy. 



DiMbility. 
Commlntry ftrgetat. 



H 



^jtJl^ ««I?*»Ul'8 bbpobt. 



Betum of Comp 


(iny A, seco 

6 E«)iid«nM. 


nd Regimenif 


{GanJtinutA 


^) 


^ NamM. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


'Master*d 

into 
n.8.Ser. 


Siek. 
Wbeitt. 


KiUed. 
Wlm. 


i5'Philbrook,FniMUJ. 


21 Bangor, 


Single. 


May 28. 






46 Pitcher, Horatio 


22 do 


do 


do 






47 Plammer, Chariot H. 


21 China, 


do 


do 






48 Pollard, David 0. 


27 Bangor, 


do 


do 


Hall's Hill, 




49 Reed, John F. 


22 Hermon, 


do 


do 






60|RiohardioD, Wm., jr. 


30 Milford, 


Married. 


do 






61|Rogen, James H. 


20 Orrington, 


Single. 


do 






52 Rogers, Joseph S. 


18 do 


do 


do 






53 Sanborn, Isaac, Jr. 


18 Orono, 


do 


do 






64'Sanbom, Joseph W. 


20 do 


do 


do 






55,Sawtelle, AdelbertU. 


20 Garland, 


do 


do 


Hall's Hill, 




oG Storer, William W. 


28 Carmel, 


do 


do 






67iTibbetU, Gordon. 


21 Newbnrg, 


do 


de 






58 Trickey, Francis 


24 Bangor, 


do 


do 






59. Warren, Rodney M. 


24 do 


do 


do 






60,Waterhoiise,Wm. D. 


19 do 


do 


do 






61 Wheeler, Henry W. 


19! do 


do 


do 






62 Whitcomb, Albion H. 


23 do . 


do 


do 






6;i;Wiggin, Albert 


30 do 


do 


do 






64, Wiggin, Nathan B., jr. 


25 do 


Married. 


do 






66 Austin, Samnel 


35 Portland, 


Single. 


July 16, 






€6 Oarpey, Peter 


22 Bangor, 


do 


do 14, 






67 Torrey, Charles L. 


22 do 


do 


do 1, 






68 Edgerly, Daniel W. 


24 do 


do 


do 4, 






69 Harris, Nicholas 


21 Oldtown, 


do 


do 4, 






70,HarTey, Willis P. 


21 Bangor, 


do 


do 4, 




71 Thorns, Charles 


21, do 


do 


do IS, 




72'AVentworth, Ezekiel F. 


24' do 


do 


do 4, 




73jWyman, George M. 


25 Angnsta, 


do 


do 9, 




74 LeaTitt, John B. 


18 Bath, 


do 


do 4, 






73 Hiokey, James 


24 Portland, 


do 


do 12, 






76 'Kerr, Thomas 


36 Honlton, 


do 


Jnne 9, 






77|Delmage, John J. 


25 Angusta, 


do 


July 11. 






78, Holt, George E. 


21 Bangor, 


do 


May 28, 






79 Mansill, Samnel 


24 do 


do 


July 4, 






80 Grares, Ormond F. 


23 do 


do 


July 4. 







APraRBIX D. 



65 



Betum of 0(mpany 


Af Second Regiment, (Continued. 


) _ 


' ' 1 


ReoiArks* 




^iWhenik'ji. When. 


When. 






*^. 










46^ 






QnartermMter Sergeant, Not. 1. 




*^1 










48' 










49 Jalj 21, 
50 






OoDfined In Richmond. 








* 




52' 










53 










54 










55 










56, * 










57; 










58' 






Orderly Sergea&t, Sept. 23. 




59 






Ambafanoe drirer. 




60 










61, 










62* 










63, 






Promoted to Corporal. 




61 




Jone 12, 


DiBabilitj. 




65. 










66t 










67: 






Ward Master in Hospital. 




68' 




July 16, 


Hoipitel Steward. 




69 








70; 










71. 




Sept 13, 


Disability. 




72 










73, 










74 




S«pt 13, 


Disability. 




75 










77| 
78i 












Oet 1, 


Transferred from Co. H. 




79, 






Detaohed, Teamster. 




80' 






Detached, Teamster. 





ge ADJUTANT GINSRAL'S REPORT. 

Recapitulation of Company A, Second Raiment It^aniry, Maine Volunteers, 





^ 










•9 




•d 








i 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


<S 


1 




^ 


OQ 


M 


£ 


ft 


Q 


Q 


H 


H 


Comiuioned OflBoen, 


2 










1 






S 


Kon-Comm'd Officers, 


3 




1 




1 


2 




2 


8 


Mniioian A Wagoner, 




















Prirates, 


61 


4 




1 


2 


10 




2 


80 


ToUI, 


65 


4 


1 


1 


3 


13 




4 


91 



Condensed Morning Report j Dec, \st^ 1861. 







r^!^ 



o >; i 



-'•2 1 a 

b a ' I 

< O S5 



ON 
8PKCIAL 
DUTT. 



S 

§5 



2, 5136143 



- . S 

£ 89 
bc q B 

Oi i< |u Jz; 

"sirr 



i s 



16 















ABSEirr. 
















OH 




III ABRBST 




SICK. 


SPSaAL 














8ERTICB. 




E 








! 






1 ( 

i 


ri 








c 






s! 




1 

«3 


g 






*i 


o 






i?l 


^ g 


c 


B 
o 




B 
o 

s 


•s 

B 






ii 

Hi 


o 


. 




9 


O 






oiS 




5 ^2 


a 


a 

o 
O 


•0 

1 


I 


i 


1 


J 


11 


1 




a 
6 


i 

S2; 


04 


< 




55 


£ 




I 


I-? 






1 








1 


1 1 


2 


5 


to! 





Present Organization 


of the Company. 






Names. 


1. 

9 
60 

!<: 
"133 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Rank or, t>.„^,v. 
Appointment. «•"»•''"• 


1 


Rinaldo B. Wiggin, 


Captain. 


Bangor, 


August 30, 


1 


James Dean, 


:29'l8t. Lieat., 


do 


do i 


2 


Samuel B. Hinckley, 


;22 2d. Lient., 


do 






1 Frank 8. Triokey, 


24|l8tSerg't^ 
28derg't, ^ 


do 






2' John C. Harmon, 


Lewis ton, 






siWarrenH.Orcntt, 


2l!SergH, 


Chester, 






4|Charlef L. LoTejoy, 


2i;Serg% 


Bangor, 






liAlbert Wiggin, 


; 


Corporal, 


do 






2lCharlef B. Cobb, 




Corporal, 


do 


1 


3; Nelson F. Libby, 




Corporal, 


do 




4 


Joseph W. Chamberlain 


»' 


Corporal, 


do 





68 



ADJUTANT GBNXBAL'S REPORT. 



Retarn of Capt. Beth K. Devereoz, Companj B, Second Regiment Infftntrj, Maine 
December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the ohaoges that have taken 
eighth day of Maj, 1861. JAMES C. COLLINS, Orderly Sergeant. 



S 
i 

61 
6E 
7 
8 



Names. 



COMMISSION BD OFFICERS. 

Seth K. DoTcrenz, 
2 Charles W. Tilden. 
David D. Wardwell, 

SRRGBANTS. 

James C. Collins, 
2BlubaS. Perkins, 
George I. Brown, 
Joseph H. Sylvester, 

CORPORALS. 

Qeorge E. Noyes, 
2 Richard Tibbetis, 

Simeon C. March, 
4 Charles Bridges, 

MUSICIAIVS. 

Edward A. Lawrence, 

PRIVATES. 

Ames, Alvin G. 
2|Adbs. Kafas C. 

Atherton, Alonzo P. 

Bil Hogs, David F. 

Bowdeo, Sewall P. 

Brewster, Lewis 

Brown, Wesley A. 

OoUin% George E. 

Crawford, George B. 
10 Crockett, Albert 

Davis, Sainnel W. 

Dealing, John A. 

Devereuz, Warren J. 

Dickey, Adelbert H. 

Ellis, Crawford S. 

Ellis, William F. 

Friend, Robert A. 

Gardoer, Charles A., Jr. 

Griffin, Frederick 

Gardner, William N. 

Griffin, Warren F. 
22 (irindle, Augustas P. 

Grindle, Bentley 

Grindle, Hiram L. 

Grindle, John N. 

Elftckett, Joseph, 

Hall, George C. 

Haskell, Winthrop B. 

Hooper, Charles H. 
SOJliatehins, Reuben 
Sl'lngalls, George K. 
32 King, Jabes W. 
SS Lewis, John 
34|Myrick, Alonso K. 
35'Moores, Alonzo D. 
36 Morris, Charles S. 
37,Mndgett, Lewis P. 
38Modgett. William S. 

39 Nuyesi Nelson P. 

40 Odiin, Hiram B., Jr. 

41 Patiarson, Augustoi 
42tPeaslle, Robert C. 



Residence. 



40 Castine, 
29 do 
36 do 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 
Sedgwick, 
Brooksville, 
Castine, 

do 
Islesboro, 
Casi ioe, 
Alton, 
Stockton, 
Orono, 
Bangor, 
Penobscot, 
Stoekton, 

do 

do 
Brooklin, 
So. Dan vers, 
Stockton, 
Castine, 
Stockton, 
Penobscot, 
Brooksville, 
Penobscot, 
Brewer, 
Castine, 
Brooklin, 
Deer Isle, 
Castine, 
Penobscot, 
Orrington, 

do 
Castine, 
Sodgwick, 
Castine, 

do 
Stockton, 

do 
Castine, 
Bangor, 
Stockton, 
Piitsaeld 



Married 

or 
Single. 



Muster' d 

into 
U.S.8er. 



Married, 
do 
do 

Single, 

do 
Married, 

do 

Single, 
Married, 

do 
Single, 

Married, 

Single, 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single. 
Married, 

do 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
single. 
Married, 

do 
Single, 
Married, 
dingle, 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 
Married, 



May 28, 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

4o 
TLo 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
db 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sick. 
Where. 



In Camp Hos. 



In Camp, 
do. 



In Camp. 



Killed. 
When. 



July 21, 



July 21, 



APPENDIX D. 



69 



Tolanteen, stationed at Hall'g Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
plaee in the Company since it entered the serrioe of the United States, on the twenty- 

C. W. TILDExV, Captain. 



I Priuoners. 
o* When Ik'n. 



Deceased 
When. 



DiPch'd 
When. 



Remarks. 



3 
4 

5 

€ 
7 
8 

10 

11 

1 

13 Jaly21, 

14 

13 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

2ft 

29 

30 

31 

31, 

31| 

34 

35! 

36Ja]y2I, 

37 

3S 

39 

40 

41 

42 



Jaly 21, 



Jaly 21, 



May 27, 
Aog. 6, 

Jone 13, 



Resigned. Not present when Co. was mnstered in. 
Prorotited to Captain June 18. 
Disability, Wounded in knee at Ball Run. 



Disability. 

Appointed 2d Lieutenant Jane 18. 



Promoted 3d Sergeant Jane 18. 

Promoted 6th Sergeant November 1. 
Promoted 2d Sergeant {September 9. 



July 14, 

Nov. 11, 

Sept. 20, 
Oct. 2, 



Disability. 

Promoted Corporal Kovember 1. 

Disability. 

At Richmond, Va. 



Dt!*;.bility. 

Absent without leaTe. 

Dis<«biltty. 

At Richmond, Va. 



Nov. 14, 



Jaly 14, 

June 13. 
Oct. 24, 



At Richmond, Va. 

Scalp wound, Wounded at Bull Run July 21. 

At Richmond, Va. 

Made 2d Sergeant* Appointed Ut Lieut. September 9. 
Disabitity. 

Dinability. 
Disability. 



70 ADJTJTAUT aSKERAVS REPORT. 

Return of Company B, Second Regiment, (Continued.) 





Names. 




Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Musterd 
into 

U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


43 


Pert, William G. 


29 


Sedgwick, 


Married, 


May 28, 






44 


Perkins, Charles M. 


19 


Castine, 


Single, 


do 






45 


Perkins, Eben F. 


18 


Brooksville, 


do 


do 




July 21, 


46 


Perkins, Francis L. 


19 


Castine, 


do 


do 






47 


Perkins, John D. 


20 


Brooksville, 


do 


do 






48 


Perkins, John 8. 


25 


Castine, 


do 


do 






49 


Richardson, Drammond 


21 


Eddington, 


do 


do 


In camp. 




60 


Rogers, William H. 


21 


Stockton, 


do 


do 






61 


Saunders, Alvin B. F. 


21 


Deer Isle, 


Married, 


do 






52 


Sbepard, Isaac G. 


20 


Castine, 


Single, 


do 






53 


Smith, William M. 


24 


Brooksville, 


do 


do 






54 


Straw, George W. 


21 


Castine, 


do 


do 






55 


Straw, William G. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






56 


Taylor, John 


23 


do 


Married, 


do 






57 


Thomas, Joel L. 


21 


Stockton, 


Single, 


do 






68 


TibbetU, John H. 


28|So. Dangers, 


Mairied, 


d) 






69 


Veaxie, Charles W. 


22 Castine. 


do 


do 






60 


Veasie, John R. 


21 


do 


Single, 


do 






61 


Veasie, Moses 


19 


do 


do 


do 






62 


Verplast, Stillman W. 


19 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






63 


Webber, David B. 


30 


Brooksville, 


Married, 


do 






64 


Westoott, Augustas R. 


21 


Castine, 


Single, 


do 






66 


Whitoomb, Horace V. 

BBCBUITS. 


22 


Etna 


do 

% 


do 






66 


Breen, John H. 


17 


Aagasta. 


do 


Aug. 31, 






67 


Bennett, Samuel F. 


17 


do 


do 


do 






68 


Brown, George Jr. 


42 


Portland, 


Married, 


do 






69 


Dellings, Milton 


21 


Augusta, 


Single, 








70 


Damrell, John 


39Portlsnd, 


Married, 


do 






71 


Griffin, William 


22 Stockton, 


Single, 


Oct. 25, 






72'Qilinan, Charles A. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






73 Griffin. Benjamin F. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






74 


Grindle, Joseph 


42 


Castine, 


Married, 


do 






75 


Grindle, Bdwin J. 


25 


Penobscot, 


Single, 


do 






76 


Grindle, Frank L. 


25 


Brooksville, 


do 


do 






77 


Hawes, Zebedee T. 


25 


Bangor, 


do 








78 


Hersum, William H. 


18; Augusta, 


do 


Aug. 31, 


Id oamp. 




79 


Harriman, Hiram C. 


18' Stockton, 


do 


Oct. 25, 






80 


Luce, Cornelias E. 


40 Fairfield, 


Married, 








81 


Murphy, Thomas 


21 


Augusta, 


Single, 


Aag. 31, 






82 


Murtaugh, Peter 


24 


Medw:iy, 


d.) 


do 






83 


Marden, Jason W. 


41 


Stockton, 


Married, 


Oct. 25, 






84 


Miller, George 


20 


Bangor, 


Single, 








85 


Marden, Exra B. 


20 Stockton, 


do 


Oct. 25, 






86;0»Nell. Andrew 


2S' Portland, 


do 


Aug. 31, 






87 


Randall, Henry N. 


22'Stockton 


do 


Oct, 25. 






88 


Smellage, Augustas 


25 Portland, 


do 


Aug. 31, 






89 


Webber, OrTille D. 


23'Castine, 


do 


Oct. 25, 






90 


Yoong, Michael 


30;Sabattisville, 


do 


Aug. 31, 






91 


Philbrook, James A. 


22 


StoektoB, 


4o 


Oct. 25, 







APPENDIX D. 
Return of Company B, Second Regiment , ( ConHnued.) 



71 



I Pruonen. Oeeeued 
^ Whentk'n. When. 



Diteh'd. 
When. 



SAIIMtfkS. 



43* 
44< 

4a 

4«> 

4i;jalj 21, 

4dl 

49> 

60' 

611 

52 

53 

54. 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

66 



66 

67 
68 
691 
70 
71 
72- 
73 
74 
751 
76 
77 
7*» 
79 
80 
61 
82 
S3 
84 
85 
86 
67 
8S 
89 
90i 
91 



I 



Oct. 2, 
Oot 14, 



Deierted, Sept. 1. 
DiMbility. 

Disability. 

At Riebmond, Ys. 



Oot 5. 



Oct 2, 
Oot 20, 

Not. 11, 



Promotod to Corpoiml Sept 0. 
Promoted to Corporal, Jane 18. 

DiMbUity. 



Inability to perform the duties of a loldier. 
DisabUity. 

Disability. 



Detached aa wagoDcr. 
Detached as wagoner. 



Deserted, Sept 22. 
Deserted, Oot 8. 



72 ADJUTANT GBNSRAL'S BBPOBT. 

Recapitulation of Company J5, Second Begiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





o 
A 
u 


i 

CO 


1 


i 

a 


• 


1 


1 
1 


1 


1 


Commissioned Officers, 
Non-Com. OflScers, 
MosidaDS & Wagoner, 
Privates, 


1 

7 

1 

66 


6 


3 


5 




2 
1 

16 


3 




S 

8 

1 
88 


Total, 


65 


6 


S 


6 ! 


18 


3 




100 



Condensed Morning Report^ December 1st, 1861 . 



rrr por 

DUTY. 



ON 

SPECIAL. IH ARREST 
DUTT. 






£ 3 



2 a 9 

60 a B 



i± 



■5?; Pi ,<: o S5 'su ,< Q ,» 



9 44 56' 



,1 I I 



6: 6 



9 9 



ON 
SPECIAL 
SERTICB. 



« 






1 








o 1 








o ..; 




S 2 


1^ 


;o g 


» o 




< c 


'v. 


Is 


^ 


•If 



< O ^. 



• I I 






" ^ is?: 
Mx iSIf 

I 2 ;3 741 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Rack. 



Residence. Date of Rank or Remarks. 



r Charles W. Tilden, 
2 William S. Mudgect, 
SjQeorge I. Brown, 

1 James C. Collins, 

2 Charles Bridges, 

3 Qeorge E. No jes, 

4| Joseph H. Sylvester, 
5 i Simeon C. March, 
IJohn U. Tibbeits, 
2'KiobardTibbetts, 
31 William C. Straw, 
4! Wesley A. Brown, 



'I 



29 Captain, 
23 1st Lieut 
'24 2d Lieut. 
34 1st8erg\ 
23 2d Scrg't, 
23 3d Scrg't, 
23'4th Serg*t, 
36 5th Serg't, 
'28 Corporal, 
; 28 Corporal, 
1 24 Corporal, 
1 22 Corporal, 





, AppoiDtDQont. 


Castine, 


June 18, 


Stockton, 


Sept. 9. 


Castine, 


June 18, 


do 


April 25, 


do 


S<rpt. 9, 


do 


June 18, 


do 


'April 25, 


1 do 


Not. 1, 


8. Danvers, 


June 18, 


.Castine, 


April 25, 


do 


.Se,it. 9, 


■Isleslraro*, 


Not. 1, 



74 



ADJUTANT GSHTEaAL'S REPOBT. 



Retam of Captain Elisba K. Jodm, Compan/ C, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine VoI> 
December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
of Hay, 1861. JAMES M. SIMPSON, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



I J 

i £,! Residenee. 

■ OB 



Married Master'd 

or I into 
Single. U.S :5er. 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed 
Wben 



coiriri9sio!fKD orncEBS. 
liElisba N. Jones, 

2 John K. Skinner, 

3 Elipbalot S. Morrill, 

8ER0EA5TS. 

I.William R. Currier, 



2 Francis P. Hall, 

3 James Nicholson, 

4 Lincoln Given, 

I CORPORALS. 

IjJames M. Simpson, 
2 Cyrus Sswett, 
SlEdwln Currier, 
4JCharlos W. Merrill, 

I MUSICIANS. 

1 David Brock, 

2 Joseph C. Davis, 

PRIVATES. 

1 Brown, Charles 

2 Bradley, Edwin 

3 Blaisdell, Jeremiah 
4!B.«rker, Henry L. 

5 Benoer, Lorenzo D. 
c! Brown, William B. 

7 Bierce, Francis A. 

8 Bnrgess, Tullman T. 

9 CutibiDg, George J. 
10 Cusbing, Franklin 
lljCrockett, Hannibal H. 

12 Chase, Benjamin 

13 Coombs, James 3. 
l4;Davi«, James N. Jr. 
15'Erskine, Arnold B. 
16* Foster, George W. 
17 Fitzgerald, Charles 
iSFolger, Joseph W. 

19 Gould, Jamef 

20 Goodwin, William S., 

21 Gentbner, Thomas 

22 Gregg, Albert A. 
23{Hobb<(, Jeremiah 

24 Uanscom, Edward P. 
25|Uarlow, Washington I. 
26'Herd, Edward &i. 
27!Harlow, Henry A. 
2h Hnnnewell, Sheperd 
29 Joncii, Cyms T. 
SOjJones, Charles E. 
31 Johnson, Jesse B. 
32'Kellan, John W. 
SSJKnowles, Albion K. P. 
3li Leach, Henry J. 
3 5' Lancaster, Levi B. 

36 McPherson, Henry 

37 Manter, Gould 

38 Mayo, Orrin 
39|McKeen, James 

40 McKeen Phinson R. 
4l|Niekerson, Aagustus J. 



;30 Orrington, 
1 34 Brewer, 

41 do 

24 do 

34! do 

'34 do 

33 do 

'23 do 

1 22: do 

2C; do 

123 do 

'45 Bangor, 
,29 Eiidiogton, 

: I 

;2j Brewer, 
1 28 do 

19 Carmel, • 
j 20 Brewer, 
:1B Palermo, 
'24 Brewer, 
i'20 Orrington, 

2^ Belfast, 

20 Brewer, 
18 do 

24 Hermon, 
32 Bangor, 

20 Islesboro*, 
18 Bangor, 

21 Bristol, 
'20 Brewer, 
19. do 

30 do 

21 Troy. 

22 Brewer, 
21 Parkman, 
21 Brewer, 
29 do 

31 Chin», 
,19 Brewer, 

'24 Waldoboro', 

23 Brewer, 
21 Bangor, 

! 18 Carmel, 
20 Orrington, 
|44 Oldtown, 
|42 Brewer, 
'33 Bangor, 
!27 Brewer, 
'2U Eddington, 
-33 Levant, 
;21 Parkman, 
121 Brewer, 
'34 Eddington, 
!18 dj 

i24 Brewer, 



I 



Married, 
do 
do 

single. 
Married, 

do 

do 

do 
Single, 
Married, 

do 

do 
do 

Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 
Married, 

do 
Single, 
I do 
I do 
; do 

\ do 
Married, 
Single. 

do 
I do 
|Married, 
t do 
Single, 
: do 
: do 
Married,' 
Single, 
■ do 
, Married, 

do 
! do 
I Single, 
iMarried, 
Single, ■ 

I <*o I 
do I 
Married,' 
|Single, : 
I Married,; 



May 28, ' 
do ' 
do I 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



^Brewer, 



In quarters. 



.July 21, 



lJnly21. 



July 21. 



July 21, 
July 21, 



July 21. 



APPBNDIZ D. 



75 



nte«n, stationed at Hall*8 Hill, Va., ezpreMing its oonditioB on the morniDg of 
pbee in the Company sinee it entered the service of the United States, on the 28th daj 

ELIPHALET & MORRILL, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
Wlien tk'o. 



Deceased 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Remarks. 



llJaly 21, 
21 do 

) 
s 



1 

] 

1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
€ 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
U 

n 
u 

15 

It 
1 

16 
19 
26 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

2e 

27 
2* 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
3r> 
3f 
3' 
Sfc 
33 
40 
41 



Jnly 



Ang. 9, 



Sept. 14, 
Aug. 9, 



Died at Richmond, Ya. 
At Richmond, Ya. 
Promoted Captain, Aug. 30. 

Promoted, 1st Lieutenant, Ang. 80. 
Promoted, 2d Lieutenant, Aug. 30. 
Heart disease. 
Reduced to ranks, Aug. 8, for disahility. 

Promoted, 1st Sergeant, Aug. 30. 
Promoted, 2d Sergeant, Aug. 30. 
Wounded at Bull Hun. 
Transferred to 2d X. Y. Regiment. 

Disahility. 
Disabilitj. 



On detached service in Union Hospital, Georgetown. 



June 3, 



'Sept 14, 



.Sept. 6, 



Sept. 14, 
Aug, 9, 



General debility. 

Promoted, Corporal Color Qaard. 

Wounded. 
Disability. 



Disability. 

At Richmond, Ya. 



Sept. 14, 



Aug. 9, 



Disability. 



Disability. 



Promoted f^om ranks to 4th Corporal. 



76 



ADJUTANT aENBRAL>S RBPOBT. 



Return of Company B, Second Regiment, {Coniinued.) 



1 


~ 


Married iMnster'dj ^.^^ 


Killed. 
When. 


^ Names. 


o Residence. 


or 
Single. 


into 
U.8.Ser. 


Wher'e. 


42 Xiokerson, Charles F. 


2y| Brewer, 


Single, 


May 


28, 






43Nickerson, MelTiaP. 


22 do 


do 


do 








44 Nickenon, El^ah 


44 do 


Married, 


do 








45 Nicholson, Asa 


27 do 


do 


do 








4t Pierce, Joel C. 


21 do 


Single. 


do 








47 Kobbins, William H. 


23 Parkman, 


do 


do 








4» Kankins, Judson A. 


18 Brewer, 


do 


do 








4» Skitlens, James R. 


21! Bangor, 


Married, 


do 








5U Spaalding, John F. 


iSj do 


Single, 


do 






51 Stnolair, Charles H. 


2d; do 


Married, 


do 






52 Sinclair, Semnel 


3U Brewer, 


do 


do 


1 




53 6awtelle, Leforest H. 


23, do 


Single, 


; do 








54 Snow, Albert J. 


20 do 


do 


do 








55 Titrr. Darid D. 


)23'CarmeU 


do 


1 do 








50 Wilkins, Francis M. 


23 Cambridge, 


do 


do 








57 Washburn, Charles 


30 Brewer, 


Married, 


do 


• 






5^ Wadkigh, Wm. W. 


|24 do 


Single, 


do 








5y Wa«bburn Cyrus 


120 do 


do 


, do 








<}U WiLxon, Wm. H. H. 


20| do 


do 


do 








til Walker, Wm. 


35LvTaiit, 


Married, 


do 








1 BECEimS. 














€'2- Glover, Reuben K. 


' 18 Bangor, 


Single, 


.July 


1.: 




tSMelcher, Samuel G. 


1 1 










ti4 Martin, George B. 


IS Eddington, 


do 


i do 


1," 




6o Crosby, Joel S. 


25 Brighton, 


do 


1 do 


3, 




to Keen, Levi W. 


21 Augusta, 


do 


' do 


3. 




t>7 Robinson, Zebolon, 


20 Orono, 


do 


' do 


3, 






^>! LoTejoy, Ira 


27 Augusta, 


do 


1 do 


1, 


- 




tia Call, iieojamin F. 


20 Banjfor, 


do 


:sept. 


1'3. 






7»J Pinhurn, Vmctnt W. 


2.3 Orrinorton, 


do 


• do 


23, ; 




71 Eriskine, James U. 


34 Edilingcoo, 


Married, 


Oct. 


2 ' 




VI Philbrick, Joueph 


23 Parkman, 


Single, 


• do 


7, i 




73 Washburn, H. N. 


l>< Bangor, 


do 


Sept. 


10, 




74Suiilh S. Frank 


1> Brewer, 


do 


do 


lU 




7.) Fickett, Ambrose W. 


IH, do 


do 


do 


12, 




70 Lo^vell, Samuel 


10 Buck^port, 


do 


do 


13, : 




77 Lombard, Joseph Jr.. 


3 > Munsun, 


Married, 


do 


ii. 




7"? «f<'o«lwio, Stinson C. 


•21 do 


Single, 


do 


1»\ In quarters. 




7'J L'tiiibiird, Mosses 


22 Abbott, 


M n ried. 


do 


10, 




^^> Hahbilt, Frank 


Is (iuilford. 


"Md;;!©, 


do 


22, 




.Si KeynoMs, Uenry J. 


20 Orrin^ton, 


do 


do 


u. 




^ 2 Junes, Wtn. H. 


2U Augusta, 


do 


July 


S. 




63 I'rask, Alfred 


I 'J. do 


do 


Mo 


1,. 




>i4G..rd.,n, Leri 


22 Litchfield, 


do 


do 


l«s 




8.> Hunt, Simeon F. 


I'J Pitt.>itun, 


do 


do 


10, 




8t),G:i£a, Bcujamia F. 


31. ML Vernon, 




do 


b, 







APPENDIX D. 77 

Return of Company B, Second Regiment, ( Continued, ) 

Remarks. 



Pruonen. 


Dtoeased 


DiiefaM 


o Whentk'n. 

^1 


When. 


When. 


421 • 






4J' 






44l 




Jaly 9, 


45 






46 






*^l 






4^' 






49! 




Jane 9, 


S0Ja]j21. 






51; 






52! 






hi 






54 






55 






56. 
57 






58 do 


Aug. 5, 




5<)! 






eo- 






61 








62 








6J' 






64 






65! 






€6, 






67l 




Deo. 6, 


C8 




Deo. 6, 


60. 






70 






71 






72 






'5! 






741 






75 






76 






7T' 






78- 






79 






n. 






81] 






82 






83 






84' 






85, 






86 


. 




KoT. 25, 



Promoted from ranks to 2d Corporal. 
Promoted from Ist Corporal to 3d Sergeant. 
Disability. 



Disability. 

At Riobmond, Va. 



Wounded at Ball Ran. 



Deserted, July 21. 
Disoharged by order, teamster. 
Discharged by order, teamster. 



78 ADJUTANT annaiAL^s espobi. 

Recapitulation of Company C, Second Regiment Infantry ^ Mahu Vohtnteers. 



1 
j 

1 


i 

A 






C 


"S 


It 


. 










i 

OQ 


=3 

s 


o 
a 


S 

1 


1 




H 


J 




1 




1 


1 










S 


KoD-Com. Oifieera* 


e 


1 












1 


8 


MnrieMasAWMOMr, 












3 






3 


PrWstM* 


49 


s 


6 


8 


4 


14 


» 


1 


M 


Tolal. 


66 


4 


T 


» 


4 


16 


1 


3 


99 



Condensed Morning Report ^ December Isiy 1861. 



rrr fob 

DUTY. 



OS 
SPKIAL IS 

MTnr. 



O 3 

9 



} 



.11 



OS 
SPBCIAI. 

snavicx. 



I I 



» 3 « ^ i 3 • 
3 ^ ; 2 3 '-r ^ 

,3 §-S 3 3 3-5 ^= 5 -c 3 ^ 



.11 

3i.2 § 
2 3 t' 






e -' 



11 



3 9 



5 » 



:i^3 ."SS _ ._ 

23-7 « S9 'S =£ 



2 6 3S46 



1 5. 6 1 



63 



I 3 



4 67 



Present Organization of the Company. 



ISnmtm, 






Hank 



Betideaoe. Date of Rank ot* 
Appointment. 



1 Rliphalefe 5. Morrill, 

2 W'm. R, Cttirier, 

3 Frsnois P. Uail, 

] Jame« M. SimpfloOt 

2: Cyras Sweit« 

3 Meivin F. Sickonoo, 

4, 

1. 

2'CbarJe» F. Niokenon» 

3 BUwin CorrittP^ 

4,Augu^cas J. Niokersoo, 

3, JamM S. Coumbf, 



44 Captain, 
24. Ut Lieut., 
34 2d Lieut.. 

2j id Sergt, 
22;3a !5«r8\ 



Brewer, 
do 
do 
do 

do 



2y -Jd Corporal, do 

2t}3d Curpural, do 

2i|4th Corpurai, do 

20] jdl) Corporal, L>letfboro% 



Aognst 30. 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Aai^ntt?, 

Apnl 27» 
Aagiist 4, 
UotoberaO» 



80 



AS>JXJTAST eSKS&AL'S BXFOBX. 



Return of Licntcoant W. W. StvrtcTant, Compftny I>» Sceoad BcgiBcallafknlry, Maine 

December I at, ISGl, together with % eomplete record of the ebasges thai hare takea 
May* 1»61. J. H. KITTEEDGE, Orderij Scrgeuii. 



^ 


. Names. 


1 
t 
,g^ Residenee. 


Married Mastered 

or into 
Single. U.S.Ser. 


Siek. . EilleC 
Where. Wbcik 


iCOVfTSSIO.^ED OmCEES 


t 


1 




1 


1 


J*»hD 5. Aamp»»n, 


■41 Milo, 


t Married, 


May 23, 




2 


Walter W. Marteraot, 


3^ do 


do 


do 




3 


Samner K. Kittredge» 

8EttGBA!ITS. 


i'j do 


|Single, 


do 


• 


1 


•5*nniel V. Millett. 


AZ do 


Married, 


do 


i 


2 


Stephen D. Millett, 


34, do 


1 do 


do 


1 


3 


J«mei P. Kittredge, 


'32 do 


Single, 


do 




4 


Joho U. Kittredge, 


'I'J do 


Married, 


do 






CORPORALS. 


1 






1 


Rtchird A. Monroe, 


,27 do 


Sin-le, 


do 




3 


Lewid R. Uaikell, 


25- do 


, do 


do 


' 


3 


J>ha R. Stanchfield, 


133 do 


'Married, 


do 




4 


Charlea S. Leonard, 

MUdICIA5. 


[10' do 


Single, 

1 


do 




1 


Edward Davij, 

PRIVATCS. 


|20 do 

1 


1 '" 


do 


t 


1 


Ames, Eben D. 


36,OrneriIIe, 


Married, 


do 




2 


\ileo, Thomas K. 


24 X. Vineyard 


, SiD'^le, 


do 




3 


^iradeen, Jaaoa C. 


n Milo, 


Married, 


do 




4 


Fi.xgley, XeweU 


la. do 


.aiojjle. 


do 




5 


thrown, James 


,24 Laernnge, 


, do 


do 




6 


Jrown, Mo«es 


'21.Sebec, 


1 do 


do 


; 


TlHenioll, Joseph 


21 Orneville, 


do 


do 




eiB.wwell, David U 


4:) Milo, 


Married, 


do 




»,(>.ffren, George H. 


22 Sebec. 


iingle. 


do 




10:«J*rver, Leonanl D. 


21 Lagrange, 


do 


do 




11 


«'arrier, Orri'on V. 


21 Milo, 


do 


do 




12 


<:.kmpbeIU Thomas J. 


1-5 Medfurd, 


do 


do 




13 


D'ttin, Nathan 


1- Milo, 


do 


do 




14 


t>-.rherty John 


li> Bangor, 


do 


do 




1.1 


L>'juglas3 Forrest T. 


21 Mil.., 


. do 


do 




It) 


Kmery, Paul J. 


.3.1 Medford, 


do 


do 


, 


17 


Kmery, Rodney 


4^ do 


Married. 


do 


1 


18 


Frost, Eibrllxa G. 


2U Milo, 


Single, 


do 




rJFibUn, Frederic 


24 0rneville, 


do 


do 


1 


20 


fits, Daniel W. 


lb Medford, 


do 


do 


1 


21 


<lilm.in, Jeremiah C. 


20 Milo, 


do 


do 


_ 


22 


Gould, Seth C. 


32 do 


M.»rrled, 


do 


'' 


2:i 


UodgkiDs, Frank, 


18 do 


Single, 


do 


" 


24 


lloase, AlTiaH. 


.2h Lagrange, 


do 


do 




2) 


Hubbs, Wm. B. 


18 Milo, 


do 


do 


1 


2fi 


Hager, Sewall B. 


24 Sebec, 


j do 


do 


Jmly21, 


27 


iioti^kins. George W. 


,23 Milo, 


do 


do 


2S 


Frying, Elnatbiia P. 


2H do 


do 


do 


1 


2.i 


ImhoiSy William 


22 Wangor, 


do 


do 


i 


30 


James, William A. 


24 Milo, 


do 


do 




31 


Johnson, Noah G. 


21 Orneville, 


' do 


do 




32 


Keen. Vinal S. 


2>> Milo, 


do 


do 


1 


33;KaowIe9, Abiatha J. 


3 1 Lagrange, 


Married, 


do 


1 


34 


Knowles John S. 


22 do 


^^ingle, 


do 


Reg*l Hosp. ' 


35 


Lord, George W. 


<24 Milo, 


. do 


do 


1 


3»5 


Line«>1n, Edwin N. 


.21 do 


: do 


do 


1 


37 


Lincoln, George B. 


19 do 


1 ^^ 


do 


1 


38 


Lf)ring, Eleaser B. 


.18 do 


do 


do 




3:> 


Macomber« Henry W. 


i20 do 


'Married, 


do 


1 


40 


Mitchell, Columbus L. 


122; do 


Single, 


do 




41 


Morse, George A. 


201 do 


do 


do 




43 


Mardea, Elijah D. 


21'Atktiifoii, 


do 


do 


! 



APPlVniX D. 



81 



VdlanlMii, ilAtloiMd at Hall's HUl, Ya., eiprening itf oondlttoa on Hit m«nlBg of 
plMe in kbe Compaoy tinoo it eaterad the Mrrloa of the Unitod BUtM, on tho SStli daf 

Lieut. W. W. STURTEVANT, Gommandor, 



PriaoBen. 
When tk'a. 



When. 



Dieeh'd. 
When. 



Bamarki. 



^ 1 

3 
S 

1 
t 



3 

4 

iJalytl, 
tJmljtl, 

S 



1 
31 



10' 

13' 
14 
15 
16 
17 
181 

» 
21 
S3 
33 
34 
35 
86 
37 
3S 
3» 
30 
31 
33 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
18 
39 
40 
41 
4ti 



J.1J31, 



NOF. 



JalySl, 



Not. 32, 

Oat 4, 
Sept. 14, 

Aug. 9, 

No?, is, 



Jane 36, 
Jane 26, 



Beiigned. 

At RiohmoBd, Va. 

DitahititT. 

Promoted to 2d LieatenaBt, Oet. 3. 

DiaabilitT. 

Proaoted to Itt Seigeaat, Oot 9. 

At Biehmond, Va. 

At Riohmondv Va. 

Promoted to 3d Seneanti Oet. 9. 

DiaaMlity. 



DiMbUlty. 



Ang. 9, 



Sept 14, 



Sept 13. 



10 



Aag. 9, 



Dliabilitj. 
DiaabiUty. 



Promoted to 3d Sergeant, Oet 9, 

At Riohmond, Va. 

DiaaUlHy. 

WonndedatBnllRu. Died at Biohmond, Va. 



Beafneie, 



AtBiofamond»Va. 

At Georgetown. 

Rttptnre. 

Promoted to 4di Bergeanty Oot 9r 



ADJ17TANT GSfBRAL'S REPORT. 





Betum qf Company D, Second Regvmeni, (CanHnued.) 










Married 


Mnster'd 






^ 


Namei. 


i 


Residenee. 


or 


into 


Sick. 


Killed. 


& 






Single. 


U.S.Ser. 


Where. 


When. 


43 


MeMaflterB,CbarieeH. 


18 


Clinton, 


Single, 


May 28. 






44 


Nason, William 


29 


Atkinson, 


Married, 


do 






45 


Niekenon, Predetie D« 


21 


Sangenriiie, 


Single. 


do 






46 


Palmer, Thomas H. 


22 


Milo, 


do 


do 






47 


Rieker, Bdward 


20 


do 


do 


do 


Baltimore, 




48 


Rocen, Greenlief C. 
Roberta, Daniel A. 


22 


Dorer, 


do 


do 






49 


36 


OmeriUe, 


do 


do 






60 


Sarcent, Theodore F. 


18 


Milo, 


do 


do 






61 8arg«nt, Theopbiliu Jr., 
52;Sprao«, John W. 


34 


do 


do 


do 






34 


do 


Married, 


do 






63|S6TenuBoe, Bphraim B. 


29 


do 


do 


do 


Washington, 




64 8herbarD, Frank 


23 


do 


Singlcu 


do 






65 Tolman, BimMr B. 


26 


do 


Married, 


do 






66Torr«7, OoUTiog 


26 


do 


Single, 


do 






67 Templetoo, Orrin 


21 


do 


do" 


do 






68 White, Frank J. 


29 


do 


do 


do 






59 Wentwortb, John F. 


27 


Lagrange, 


do 


do 






60 Walker, James 


21 


OmeTille, 


do 


do 






61 Frederie, Bdward 


20 


Orono, 


do 








62 Frederic, Bdwin 


20 


do 


do 








63;Farri9, William 0. 


21 


OmeTille, 


do 




Washington, 




64'Hodgkins, Blijah B. 


21 


Milo, 


do 








66 


Witherell.BdwinS. 


18 


Angnsta, 


do 








66 


Parker, Aleiander 


42 


Baldwin, 


do 








67 


Connolley, John 


37 


Portland, 


Msrried, 








68 


Ooombs, Leri A. 


21 


Thomaston, 


Single, 








69 


Keating, John A. 


35 


Angnsta, 


Married, 








70 


Higgini, Lawrenee 


37 


Portland, 


do 








71 


Rice, Thomas D. 


21 


Plymouth, 


Single, 








72Canningbam Daniel H. 


39Aagnsta, 


Married, 








73 Coombe, Benjamin J. 


1801dtown, 


Single, 








74 


Warner, John 


46 


Kendnskeag, 


Married, 


Oot. 26. 






76 


Warner, John 0. 


21 


do 


Single, 


do 






76 


Warner, Bumner Ii 


18 


do 


do 


do 






77 


Page, David F. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






78 


Hanrey, John 0. 


24 


Mazfteld, 


Married, 


do 






79 


Morse, Willis K. 


18 


MUo, 


Single, 


do 






80 


Luoe, Charles A. 






do 








81 


Pray, Angnstlne, 






do 








82 


Searey, Charles B. 






do 








83 


Foster, Watson 




Litohfield, 


do 








84 


Steams, Amos B. 






Married, 









APPEITDIX B. S3 

Return of Company D, Second Regimeni, (Continued.) 





PriBonen. 


DeoeMed 


DiBoli'd. 


BemarkB. 


i 


Whentk'n. 


Wb«D. 


When. 


43 










44 
45 








Promoted to Sd Corporal, Oot 9. 


itJnljtl, 






At Riehmood, Va. 


41 

48 










40 










50 










61 






Oct. 


Rhmimatiam. 


52 










53 










54 










55 
56 
57 






NoF. 11. 


lojory to hip. 






Oot. 24. 


Discharged at Baltimore. 


58 
59 
60 








Promoted to 3d Corporal, Oct. 9. 








Recruited Jnlj 1. 


61 








M «• 


62 








II « 


& 




« 




M C< 


64 






• 


t€ It 2. 


65 










6d 








fC <l 


67 
68 






«« . " 8. 
" " 15. 


6» 




SToT. 13. 


" 8. Difabillty. 


70 






" " 8, 


71 






« " 16. Prisoner at Richmond, Va. 


71 






" , " a. 


73 






" " 3. 


74 






Oct. 12. 


75 






«. 12. 


76 








« « 12. 


77 








M « 17. 


78 








It It 1. 


79 








" Sept. 23! 


80 








Transferred, J0I7 10. 


81 








" " 10. 


81 






« " 10. 


83| 






" Aug. 18. 


84J 


1 






" 18. 



84 ADJUTANT aSNXaAIi'8 REPOBT. 

Reeapiiulaiion of Company JD, Second Regiment Infantry^ Maine Vohtnteers. 





1 




-i 


1 


^ 


i 


1 


1 






*• 


S 


s 

s 


^ 


{ 


8 


1 


1 


4 




k 


s 


M 


P« 


Q 


Q 


O 


H 


fi 


OommiMlonad Oftoan, 


1 






1 




1 






S 


Kon-Com. Offioan, 


3 






S 




S 






• 


If osIcUdi k, Wagoner, 


1 














6 


€ 


PriratM, 


68 


4 


1 


4 


2 


10 






?• 


Total, 


63 


4 


1 


7 


2 


14 




6 


M 



Condensed Morning Report, December \$t, 1861. 



ei 

S; 

© r 



7 64 63 



&J 



ON 

tPICIAL. 

DUTT, 



nr AiBnT 






I ill' I 



_ 8 



I 



64 



ties. 



▲bseht. 
oir 

8PBCXA1. 

SBBTICB. 



67 



Present Organization of the Company, 



,• 


Namai. 


• 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Rank or 


Remarks. 


& 




■< 






Appointment. 










CapUin, 










WalUr W. SiorUrani, 


38 let Llcnt 


H«o, 


May 6, 






Stephen 4). MUIeit, 


39 2d Lieut. 


do 


Oct. 2, 






John H. KIttredge, 


29;iit8erg\ 


do 


" 0, 






John R. StanohOeld, 


33,2d Sorg't, 


do 


" 0. 






Forrest W Donglat» 


24 Sd Serg't. 


do 


" 0. 






Columbui L. Milehell, 


22 4thSerg*t, 


do 


" 9. 






AbaUhe J. Knowlee, 


SrCorporal, 


Lagrange, 


" 0, 






John P. Wentwortb, 


27, Corporal, 


do 


" »• 






William MaiOD, 


29-Corporal, 


Athinion, 


" 0. 




1 


Bdward Davii, 


20 


DnimiMr, 


ImUo, 


May!, 


• 



^ 86 



ADJUTANT GEiniBAL'B RBPORT. 



Btftnni of Oftpt Let! BmenoD, Oompuij B, Seoond lUglmeat InfSuikrjr, MaiiM Vcl* 
DoeMBlMr Itl, 1861, together with a oomplete record of the ehangefl that hare takoa 
day of May, 1861. JAMBS L. ROWB, Orderlj Sergoaai. 




oomnBaioirKD otixcbbs. 

1 Levi Bmenon, • 

2 Jamef IV. Adamf, 
Lyman B. Rtohardion, 

SBROBAIVTB. 

1 Thomas Fofter, 

2 Jameg L. Rowe, 

3 Colin L. Downeg, 

4 John J. Randall, 

COBPOBAU. 

1 Henry M. Cof hman, 

2 Bdwin L. Sterling, 
Rael 8. CUrk, 



4 Hiram B. Freneh, 

IfVtICIAV. 

1 Alden L. Page, 

PRIYATM. 

1 Bami, Frederie 

2 Bettfl, Bdward 0. 

3 Barton, Georgo H. 
4|Boden, Ahner 0. 



Barrett, Gymi F. 



6 Berry, William 

7 Barrett, Harriion L. 

8 BilUnge, Bsra L. 

9 Campmll, James 

10 Chase, Alexander H. 

11 Carlisle, George W. 

12 Dearborn, Bamnel 
Is'Dawson, Stephen W. 
14'Dnimmond, John B. 
Is'Batos, Frederie L. 
16 Faller, Zimri F. 
17|Faney, Simeon B. 
IS.Farbish, Albert 0. 
19 Guild, Isaae 
20,George, Leonard I. 
21 Green, Charles T. 
22'Harbaek, Philip 
23'HaIl, RIohard W. 
24'Hooper, Otis T. 
25'Jordan« Sabin 
26!Jewett, Rnel 

27 Joy, John 0. 

28 Keene, Blden A. 

29 Leoniird, John 

30 Morse, Charles 0. 
.31 Moore, John 

33 Martin, Washington I. 
33 MeClore, George A. 
14'Morray, William N. 
.86 Norton, Freeman F. 
36'Pratt, George W. 
87'Poor, Rossell & 

88 Perkins, Henry L. 

89 Rogers, Cyms 

40 Ross, Albert S. 

41 Robbins, Nathaniel R. 
42:Roblnson» Charles R. 



Bangor, 

do 
Wayne, 

Hampden, 
Bangor, 
Brewer, 
Orono, 

Brewer, 
Bangor, 

Holden, 

Brewer, 

Waldoboro', 

HampdoB, 

Monree, 

Brewer 

Hermon, 

Orringtoo, 

Hermon, 

Monroe, 

Belfast. 

Bangor, 

do 

do 
Hermon, 
Bangor, 
Winslow, 
Freedom, 
Orono, 
Hampden, 
Oldtown, 
Athens, 
Hermon. 
Bangor, 
Knox, 
Bangor, 

do 
Solon, 
Sebeo. 
Bangor, 
Bradley, 
Oldtowni 
Dublin, 
Glenbnm, 
Bangor, 
Augusta, 
Jonesport, 
Bangor, 
Bridgton, 
Bangor, 

do 
Oldtown, 
Bangor, 
Sebeo, 



Married 


Muster'd 


or 


into 


Single. 


U.8.8er. 


Married. 


May 28. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


^•"H^ 


do 


do 


Married, 


do 


Single, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married. 


do 


Single. 


do 


do 


do 


Married, 


do 


«'-5!r 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


de 


do 


do 


do 


de 


do 


do 


Married. 


do 


do 


do 


«"5'.- 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Siek. 
Where. 



EUled. 
Whoa. 



AFnVDIX D. 



87 



omlMifl. iMioBtd U Hairi Hill» Va., tspraMlQc its ooiidllUB <« tkt motalag of 
pIftM ia the Oompuiy liaee it ralMed th« MrriM of ihe United Btolee, on (he SSIh 

LBVI EMEB80N, Captain. 



Sq 



Whentk'n. 



When. 



DiMh'd, 
When. 



Bcmerki. 



Jnly 21. 



Ang. 4, 



4 
6 

e 

8J1U721, 

9 
10 
11 

12) 
13 
14 
15 

16) 

njJuij 21, 

18 
19 



31 
32J 
2S 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
291 

so; 
21; 

ss! 

2^! 



% 



27 
S8/nl7 21, 

4l! 
42) 



Jalj 



Woonded «( Boll Ann. Died at 



Promoted to 2d Liententnt, Angnft 30. 
•* Itt Serfeent ** « 

M 2d '* *' " 

TrenefiBrred to 2d N. T. Regiment 
Promoted to 4th Sergeant, Aug. SO. 
Trancferrod to 2d M. T. Begiment. 



Transferred to 2d K. 
Tnuferrad to 2d N. 
WoQoded at Bali 



Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment. 



T Regiment. 
Y. Regiment 
Confined at 



Traaeferred to 2d N. 
Wonndod at Bnll 



T. Regiment 
Oonilned at 



Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 



At Richmond. 

Transferred to2d N. T. Regiment 

rraaeferred to Bdwarda' Battery. 



Tranaferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 
Transferred to 2d K. T. Regiment 

Promoted Corporal, Ang. 1. 
Disabilitj. 



Tranifbrred to 2d K. T. Regiment. 

Wounded at Ball Ron. Confined at Riehmond 



%l^ ADJUTANT nSn^*S BBPORT. 

JMum of Octnpamf E, Second Reffimenl, (OanHfmBi.) 



KftBMS. 



B€fid«IW6. 



Married 

or 
Bla£l«. 



Moftor'd 

into 
U.8.BW. 



Biek. 
Wh«r«. 



WhtB. 



43 Bay, Jothna 

44 Rmtoi, John F. 

45 Bom, JadwB A. 
Bavyor, Franklia L. 
Soaland Bdwaid F. 
Smith, Hark 8. 

-jSargenitWIlUaa 

50 Sarago, John A. 

51 Swan, Hitaa 

52 Snow, Bonbon 
Thombf , Androw J. 
Wjman, Mooof 
Wally, Boiooo J. 
Whitaoy, Charlof H. 
Willey, Honry a 
Whiteomk, OUi W. 
WoroMtor, Oalon 
Whiteonb, Samnol 
Waikbnm, Botbnol 
WiUott, JoMph 8. 
York, OooTjgo A* 
Whitney, Lowif T. 
Looko, Ooorgo 
Looko, Jamof B. 
Bardon, AmoI F. 

^Traak, Calob 
69Chlok, FrodorioO. 

70 Lowla, M llford T. 

71 Ooding Harrifon H. 
72Hniaoy,Wi]llaa 
7S MoOallaa. Jamof 



46 

47 
48 
49 



53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
69 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
66 
66 
67 
68 



74 



Piooeotk, Uonry S. 



75 Wyman, Thonaa C. 

76 Boaoh, Honry 

77 8altar,Johna 

78 WInohottor Samnol H. 
79FatUmon,WUItem 
80GlpiOB,WilUam 

81 Mathowi, Stophon H. 

82Mathowi,FiraM. 

83ChaM,WUborF. 

84 Cnnningham, John J. 

86Htt9phroy, SylTaana 

86 Wyman, Thomai 

87 Wyman, Horaoo 

88 Blood, Frodorio A. 

89 Haloy, Charlof 

80 Athorton, Bobort T. 
•learMtt, JohmW. 



Bangor, 

Bradford, 

Newport, 

Medfoxd, 

Lerant, 

OomTllle, 

Brewer, 

Bangor, 

do 

Orono, 
Hennon, 
Waldoboro', 
Bangor, 

AltOB, 



Bangor, 

Alton, 

Bangor, • 

Bio, 

HermoB, 

Boeton, 

Bradley, 
do 

Bango% 

Angnfta, 

YaMalbore', 

Faiiiield, 

Bangor, 

Dizmont, 

Portland, 

Oarmel, 
ISThipeborg, 
19 Annapolin, 
lODedbam, 
22! Brewer, 
ISAlton, 
Sl|Stookton, 
26!Bradford, 
19 do 
19Cheiter, 
18'Bradford, 
21!Hampden, 
SOJHermon, 
l8Cheat«r, 
22| do 
44Kendnskeag. 
24 r- 
181 



Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Marri^, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Manried, 

do 
Single, 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 
Manried, 
Single. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married. 
Single. 

do 



May 28. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Jnly 1, 



New Toik, 



do 
do 
do 



h 

h 

h 

2> 

3. 

S, 

3, 

16. 

1, 

1, 

21, 

May 28, 

Sept 20, 

do 23, 

Oet. 1, 

do 3, 

Sept. 24, 

• «4, 

Oet. 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



10. 

11, 



do 11, 



do 
do 
do 



APPBVDIX B. g9 

Return €f Company S, Beoond Begimeni, (OonHnued.) 





1 


... . — 


— 


\ Priionon. 


DeoMied 


Diioh'd. 


Bentrkf. 




o When U'D. 

25 ; 


When. 


When. 




43 










44 






TmuBferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 




B 






Promoted to Corporal, A«g. 1. 




^«l 






Promoted to Corpond^ Ang. 1. 




49 
&0 




Wy. 


DirabUitj, 




Ml 










62 Jul/ 21. 






Wounded at Ball Bnn. Conined at Rlehmond. 




53 






Deserted in Jnlj. 




54 






Traniferred to 2d N. T. Regiment. 




65 

56] 
67' 






Deserted in Angnit 






Sept 


DiaabUity, Wounded at Boll RTnn. 




68jJal7 21. 






Confined at Riebmond. 




69 
60 






Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 




ei 




Sept 


Disability. 




<2 

C3 






Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 




64' 










€5; 

661 




Got 


Disability. 




67| 






» 




681 






Deserted In July, 




?s 










71 










72 










78; 










7* 










75 










75 












77 












78 












79 












80 












81 








) 




82f 










83 












84 












86 












86 












87 












88 












89 












90 












91 


' 






e 





78 ADJUTANT GKNSRAL'S REPORT. 

Recapiiulaiion of Company C, Second Regiment Infantry , Maine Volunteers. 





1 

.8 


25 


S 


j' 


1 

m 
O 
& 


1 

s 


Q 


1 


.1 




1 




1 


1 










s 


KoD-Com. OflBoen, 


6 


1 












1 


8 


MofieiaiM ft Wagoner, 












3 






] 


PriTRtM, 


49 


3 


6 


8 


4 


14 


1 


1 


88 


ToUI. 


66 


4 


7 


9 


4 


16 


1 


S 


99 



Condensed Morning Report j December Ist, 1861. 



HT POB 
DUTT. 






. So. 

8>.§ §'3 
2,1 9'^ 

1-5 Si §•£,->,. 

|a< -< .o S5 a, ,< ,a ,?5 , 



OH 

SPBCIAL 

DUTT. 



5_ 

£ S 

tc a 
60 5 



2' 6|38 46' I l! 5| 6) l| { 9 



S 
S 

!,|0 

: I 



&:.; 



a 

P25 



63 



II 3 



OK 
tPBClAL 
BBRYICB. 



o ; V 



s 
i 
a 



60' 6C 



467 



Present Organization of the Company. 



KaniM. 



Rank. 



Residenoe. 



Date of Rank or 
Appointment 



Remarka. 



Rliphalet S. MorrUl, 
Wm. R. Cnrrier, 
Francis P. Hall, 
Jamea M. Simpton. 
Gyms Swett, 
Melvin P. Kickenon, 



Cbarles F. Kiokenon, 
3 i Edwin Cnrrier, 
4|Angn8tni J. Nickerson, 
5 i James S. OoombSi 



Captain, 
lat Lieut, 
2d Lient., 
Ist Serg't, 
2d Serf t, 
3d Serg% 



2d Corporal, 
3d Corporal, 
4th Corporal, 



Brewer, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



6th Corporal, jlslesboro', 



August 30. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



August 8, 
April 27, 
August 8, 
Ootober SO, 



92 



AOJirr AST OSHSKAI/B 



•r dipt. DaaM ChftpKa, Ooapny V, 
]>0eMibOT Ifi, IMI, tosctbv with ft eoaplcl* nautd of tht i 
•icfcU d»7 of IU7, 1S61. AKTHUB C. WHIICOMBp Oitelj ! 




1 



Married MasUr'd 
I or ; iato 

n.8.s«. 



SidE. 



• COMMIMIOVED OfFICESS. 

1 DMtel ChspliB, 41 

lAIUoD P. WilMB, 39 

3 Warrra H. Boyotoa, 24 



lOoorga W. Brofwa, 
IBmjuiIbD. Wbita«r, 

3 Artbar C. Wkitooab, 
ACharlMAbfo, 

i OORPOBALa. 

1 Georf* F. Wbitaof, 
tiThomaM fl. Wootlcr, 
3Jobii8. 8m4U, 

4 Jerwiiab B. Atkiai, 

j llUflICIAXl« 

1 Tbanton WbitMnab, 
t Fraok ST. Morrii, 

I PBITATH. 

1 Avdley, Jobn 

2 Aostin, Joba W. B. 
3;BUliaKf, John 

4. Barry, luaa 
5*Bar(oa, WiUard H. • 
6'BiUiDftin, Hiram A. 
7|Btll, Daaitl 
SiBoekwitb, Jtmm 
''Baakfl, Adoafraai J. 

10>BaBJamia, Jobn 

U.CoU, WasbiagtoB 

IS'Carr, Baoeb 

l3,CarUf,8amveIO. 

14,Coj, Jobn 

ISlOartU, Jobn W. 

ie;Cook, MoMi 

17 Gartar, Cbarlof B. 

18 Downi, Sovall H. 
l9.Card, Jamot 

30 BUiofwood, Willlaa A. 
Sl'BdforUj, Georga 
33Fairbrotber, IiaaeH. 
33 Qlidden, Cbarles 
34aalUgbor,Mi6baal 
}5 0raffiMB,LModarL. 
26 HerMj, LynMa 
27HoliBes Horaoo 
28;Hateb, WUliam 
29 Hartbomo, Joba 
30,Hall, Fraaoif 
31;Hard, Htary W. 
32>Hnrd, Jolbro 
S3' JoM, MarUa 
S4 KoBBOj, Saaraal B. 
36 Kten, Cbarlot 
36 Ubbj, Horaaa O. 
37,Logri6ow, David 
38LoTi!i<»r, Larijr. 
39 Konaoj. Daaial B. 
40'MeKeaao7, JamM 
4llMarUB. Btary W. 



33 do 
35 Aarora, 
27Haapdra, 
40BaBgor, 




41 Baagor, 
30 EddiogtOB, 

18 Bangor, 
(44 do 
|24 EidiagtOB, 
129 Baagor, 
>21 Bradford, 
I22 Biebabarto, 

20 Koadaskoag, ; 
23Canaol, 
,22 Etna, 
:21 Pittaflold, 
I27 Qloabam, 
l2lLowoll,MaM. 

30 Loraat, 
36DiziB0iik, 
39 Browar, 
20 do 

19 Qloobara, 
18 Wiatorpori, 

20 Bzotor, 
,2! Etna, 
!l8 do 
'23HeraMi^ 

31 Baagor, 
25 do 
'24 Saitbiald, 
2^ Baagor, 
'22 do 
.25 SmltbftaM, 
,20 Ganaal, 
1I8 do 
|19 Haapdaa, 
428t«tooa, 

21 Woit Sidaay, 

22 2fowpoft» 

23 0roBO, 
35 Baagor» 
|27 SUUoa, 
!18 KoadatkMf, 
!21Baagor, 



! t 

iJianfad, May 28, ' 
do do i 

jSiagla. 

(ICarriad, do 
.Siagla, do 
do 
Maniad, do 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 



Marriad, 

Siaglo, 
, do 
I do 
I do 
Ifarriad, 
Singlo. 
I do 

; do 

ICarried, 
Singlo, 

do 
Married, 
Single, 
I do 
Married, 
t do 
Siagle, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
i do 
iMairied, 

do 
Siagio, 
Married, 

\ do 
I do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Siagle, 

1 *• 

I f 
do 

I do 

' do 

. da 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
da 



Oeorgelowa, 



WaibiBgtoB, 



J«lj 21, 



APnOTDlXD. 



98 



VolaBtMn, lUUonad aft HaU'i Hill, Va., MEpMuIng iti ooadikloo on the morning of 
plaoc in tb« Compuj tinee it entered the lerrioe of the United Stntes, on the twentj- 

ALBION P. WILSOK, Gaptoio. 



i 


Pneonen* 
Wbentk'n. 


Deceased 
When. 


BiKhM. 

When. 


Remarkf. 




1 

9 








Promoted to Major, September IS. 
" " Captain, •• «• 




1 








« " litlaent. " " 




3 
4 








Promoted lat Sergt. '• •« 
Reduced to the Banks, Angntt 6. . 




1 
3 
8 

4 








Promoted to Sergeant, Angnst 5. 










Rednoed to the Rankf, Jnne 24. 




1 
3 




SepLl, 




At Washington. 




1 
3 






Ang. 9, 
do 


Biaabilitj. 

M 

MaUoeer. Sent to Tortnges. 




li 


Sept. 13, 


• 


• 


/ 


10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
15 


1 




Jnn'e 25, 
Ang. 9, 


« «< CI •« 

Disability. 

Wonaded. 
Disability. 




16 
17 
18 
19 
10 
SI 
33 


1 


Sept. 19, 




Mntioeer. Sent to Tortogas. 
Promoted to Sergeant, September 28. 

Hotineer. Sent to Tortngas. 




35 

36 
37 






Mutineer. Sent to Tortngne. 




39 
3S 
30 
SI 

sa 
sa 

SJ 
31 
Vi 
St 

3( 
4< 

41 


1 

! 

1 
ii 


Ang. 4, 




Appointed Corporal, June 24« 
Died at Riebmoad of wounds. 
Mutineer. Sent to Tortngas. 

MttUaeer. Sent to Tortugai. 


' 



04 



ADJUTANT amaAL'S BSPOBI. 





Return of Campa 


^ny F, Second Begimenl, (Continued.) 


) 


o 


Names. 


i 

< 


Residense. 


Married JMosterM 

or into 
Single. |U.S.Ser. 


8lek. 
Wher«. 


EiUed. 


42 


Neal, Thompeon 


21 


PitUfleld, 


Single, 


May 28, 


Washington, 




43 


Niehols, Allen 


22iWinterport, 


do 


do 






44 


Newoomb. Delon 


ISCarmel, 


do 


do 






45iPieroe, Albert 


18 Bradford, 


do 


do 






46 Pollard, Lather M. 


21 Bradley, 


do 


do 






47 gaint, Charles P. 


18 Bangor, 


do 


do 






48Shaw,Colambiu 


l8;Stet8on, 


do 


do 






49 Small, Moees 


23! Brewer, 


Married, 


do 






60'Smitb, Sewall W. 


23 B. Bddington 


Single, 


do 






6l!Shaw» Omar 


18Stetson, 


do 


do 






62 Sawyer, Alfred 


2i;Bfadley, 


do 


do 






63:SeaTej, William 


25.3toekton, 


do 


do 






61 Traftoo, Leonard 


21;01dtown, 


do 


• do 






SjTraftoD, John B. 


23 Bangor, 


do 


do 






66|TurDer, John A. 


29Btna, 


Married, 


do 






671 Van Bnskirk, Henry C. 


2l'Stet8on, 


Single, 


do 






68 Viekey, Leander 


32Br«wer, 


do 


do 






69 Wilton, An 


43 Bangor, 


Married, 


do 






60'Witham, John W. 


41 Carmel, 


dQ 


do 






eiiWeleb, William B. 


32 Hampden, 


do 


do 






63- Tork, Benjamin F. 


18 Bangor, 


Single, 


do 






63! Atkins, Robert L. 


22 do 


Married, July 15, 






6l'Abbo(t, William J. 


23 do 


do 


do 1, 






65 Allen, George 
^6'Blaokwell, ilenry H. 


2l!Litohfield, 


Single, 


do 15, 






21 Newport, 


do 


do 23, 






67i Bailey, Angnstus C. 


21 Bradford, 


do 


Sept. 25, 






68 Croeker, Crosby M. 


21 Kendnskeag, 


do 


July 1, 






69 Dnnn, William H. 


18 Angoata, 


do 


do 6, 






70 Crawford, Adolphns S. 


18 Oidtown, 


do 


do 3, 






71 Dnnn, Ea ward H. 


18 Litchfield, 


do 


do 15, 






72 Klliott, James A. 


18 Freedom, 


do 


do 1. 






73 Foss, William H. 


19 Orono, 


do 


do 3, 






74 Jaekson, Jefferson F. 


21 Paris, 


do 


do 4, 






75 Southard, Andrew F. 


23 Pittsfield, 


do 


do 5, 






76 Searey, Reuben W. 


18 Stetson, 


do 


Sept 26, 






77 Stroot, Albert D. M. 


21 Bradford, 


do 


do 24, 






78 Strout, Andrew W. 


20 do 


do 


do do 






79 Toiler, Andrew J. 


23 Plymonth, 


do 


July 15, 






80 Welch, Charles 


20 Worcester, 


do 


do 1. ) 




8lKeene, Orrin 


21 Angnsta, 


Married. 


do 2, 






82 MeKenney. Wss. H. 


18 Bangor, 


Single, 


May 28, 






83 Marshall, James 8. 


IS 


Orrington, 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 05 

Eelum of Company F, Second Eegimeni, { Continued.) 





Pmonen. 


DeoMMd 


Biieh'd. 






i 


When tk'D. 


When. 


When. 


Rmnrrki. 




it 












43 






Oct. 24, 


Ditabilitj. 




44 






Jiiim25, 


Worthlem. 




45 












4ft 












47 












48 












4» 
50 








Appointed Corporal, August 5v 




61 


• 










6j; 










64 
56 








Mutineer. Sent to Tortttgafl. 














56 








(C If « it 




57 








it it t( <c 




58 












59 








Appointed Corporal, June S4. 




80 


Jiriy 21, 










61 
69 








Sererely wounded. 




C3i 
64 
66 






Mutineer. Sent to ToHugat. 








Reorait. 




66 






•1 




67 








« 




68 








(1 




69 








« 




70 








Wagoner. 




71 








Reorait. 




t2 




Sept. 16, 




(1 




73 








<c 




74 








it 




76 








ft 




76 








« 




77 








c« 




78 








91 




T9 




• 




M • 




80 








C< 




81 








If 




St 












83 













96 ADJUTANT QlinaAL*8 BKPOBT. 

Rec^tttlaiian of C&mpany F, Second Regiment Infantry , Maine Vohinieers, 





6 


1 


i 

s 


1 




Ck 


1 
! 


t 


i 


ComminioiMd Offioan. ' 3 | 
Non-Com. Qffiwn, 8 
MoBieiansft Wagoner* 3 ' 
PriTAtot, 65 1 S 


1 


S 


5 


6 




13 


S 

8 

3 
84 


ToUL 1 e8 1 5 1 1 


2 


6 


6 




13 1 91 



Condensed Morning Report , December 1*1, 1861. 



FIT FOR 

DirrY. 



PEcssirr. 

I SPECIAL 
I DUTT. 



l'^^""^. II "^ 



o 
If 

3 P 
3 



5 S 

a 

a 



P 8 

IS 



'/^ ."^ H 



ov 
fPiaAL 

IXBTICS. 



o 

6 S 

O! « I 

'2 6 

© I . 

"" a 



^1 



-< a.. 



a^-sa^^sa*^ iSs-^'S £ 5- ^!a9 - £^ 

35i:aasj:2a5i: asi: sbt ^ >b ^ Jt ««^ 

£35 a; < a j^a: < u ^ &: £,^, £ ;< 'i -^ ^ |<5;j2;; £ -<,<| 

J_ 6 40 48 I r 2 2' 9 I ! 1 6 3 , ll & I | ' ! 5 f^ 
Present Organization of the Company. 



Ifamet. 



fl 



Rank. 



Re<id( 



Date of Rank ori Remarks. 
> AppoinUnent. ! 



1 Albion P. Wilson, 

2 George W. Brown, 

3 1 Warren H. Boynton, 

I'Arthnr C. Wbttoomb» 
2' Benjamin D. Whitnej, 

3 Sewall H. Downs, 

4 Thomas H. Woreeater, 

1 John Hawthorne^ 

2 Asa Wilson, 

3 John S. SmaU» 
4.Mofet SmnU, 



l39iCapUin, 
33 Ist Lieat, 
21 id Lieat., 



Bangor, 
I do 
I do 



iSept. 13. 

do 
April 35. 



27 Ist Serg't, 


Hampden, 


Sept 28. 


35 2d Sorg't. 


Aurora, 


April 25. 


20 3d Serg*t, 


Brewer, 


Sept 28. 


44 4th .Serg't, 


Hermoa, 


Aog. 6. 


22Corporal, 


Bangor, 


Jane 34. 


4J Corporal, 


1 do 


' do 


28; Corporal* 


CarmeU 


April 25. 


;23Corpoml» 


Brewer, 


jAog. 5. 



11 



98 



ADJUTANT eSNBBAL'S REPORT. 



R«lani of Oftptoin Frederie Meinioke, Oompaaj Q, Seoead Reglmmil In^tiy, MaU* 
Doeember Ist, 1861, togethor irith a oompl«te record of the ohangei that hare takw 
•ighth day of Hay, 1861. GBOROB E. HOLT, Orderly Sargeaat. 







— 




Married 


Muster'd 






• 


Kamef. 


« 




or 


into 


Siek. 


Killed. 


& 




1 




Single. 


U.S.Ser. 


Where. 


Wheo. 




oomaaaioiraD omcaBS. 
















Frederlo Meinioke, 


81 


Bangor, 


Married, 


May 28, 








Aagutas B. Famham. 


22 


do 


Single, 


do 


In Camp. 






Frank A. Garntey, 


22 


do 


do 


do 








George B. Holt, 


21 


do 


do 


do 








Albert M. Jackioa, 


19 


do 


do 


do 








Hoxmtlo Staples, 
Joeeph B. Forbef . 


24 


do 


do 


do 








21 


do 


do 


do 








CORPOBALS. 
















Storer P. Groes, 


32 


Orland, 


Married, 


do 








Beth B. RamsdeU, 


24 


Ripley, 


do 


do 








John B. Tork, 


29 


Bangor, 


Single, 


do 








DaTidReoTil, 


22 


do 


do 


do 








MVsiciAira. 
















Henry B. Miller, 


32 


Garland, 


Married, 


do 








Ariel H. Ward, 


22 


Lerant, 


Single, 


do 








PBXYATM. 
















Atkins, Leroy W. 


19 


Carmel, 


do 


do 








Bartiett,DaTidW. 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 








Barker, Thomas B. 


21 


do 


do 


do 




July »» 




Bohn, Peter 


18 


do 


do 


do 


In Gamp. 






Blaine, Thomas R. 


20 


do 


do 


do 


do ^ 






Blaisdell, Hamphrey, jr, 


19 


Otis, 


do 


do 








Bradford, Warren W. 


20 


Bangor, 


do 


do 








Biekford, Esekiel 0. 


28 


do 


do 


June 6. 








Braokett, Wm. H. 


21 


Rnmford, 


do 


May 28, 








Cleaves, Allison G. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 








Crosby Stephen R. 


19 


Clifton, 


do 


do 








Davis, John 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 








Day, Warren, 


18 


Veaiie, 


do 


do 


In Gamp. 






Dillingham, OsoarL. 


21 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 








Douglass, Albert L. 


27 


Orono, 


Married, 


do 










44 


do 


do 


do 








Doble, Charles W. 


22 


Bangor, 


Single, 


do 








Dunbar, Henry 0. 


21 


do 


do 


do 








Dunbar, Lysaoder B. 
Bgagnon, Joseph 


18 


do 


do 


do 








21 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 








Bmery, Harrey I. 


18 


Veaiie, 


do 


do 






23 


Ferguson, Luther 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






23 


Field, George B. 


19 


Lee,* 


do 


do 






24 


Foote, James A. 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






25 


Gotohell, Andrew J. 


22 


N. Dixmont, 


do 


do 






26 


Green, Lewis 


42 


Bangor, 


Married, 


do 






27 


Hanson, Hortoe F. 


23 


Harrison, 


Single, 


do 






28 


Heenan, ChHrles G. 


25 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






29 


Higgins, Virgil N. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






SO 


Hurd, Samuel D. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






31 


Jordan, John V. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






32 


Kinney, James 


21 


do 


do 


do 






S3 


Lander, Charles H. 


26 


do 


Married, 


do 






34 


Marr, Philip 


30 


Orono, 


do 


do 


Georgetown, 




36 


Martin, Leonard P. 


26 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






36 


Marsh, Albert 


20 


do 


Single, 


do 






37 


Millett, Obed F. 


20 


Palmyra, 


do 


do 






38 


MiUett, John W. 


18 


B.Pittsiield, 


do 


do 






39 


Miller, Frank B. 


19 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






40 


Martin, George C. 


30 


do 


Married, 


da 






41 


Mills, G«>rge G. 


21 


LoTant, 


Single, 


do 







&PPKNDIX S. 



99 



7o1aBt«en, ttafioned at Halt'i Hill, Ya., expressing its eondition on the moraing of 
plaee in the CompaDy since it entered the service of the United States, on the twenty- 

AUGUSTUS B. FARNHAM, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When tk'n 



1 
2 
3 
4 

1 
2 
S 
i 

1 
2 

1 
3 

S 

A 

b 

«Jal7 21, 

7 

8Jal7 21, 

9 

11 

12 

13 

UJnIySl, 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

IS 

26 

27 

28 

29 

3OJ0I72I, 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 



July 11. 



J«iy «. 



Deeeased 
When. 



Sept 7, 



Oct. 2, 



Diseh'd. 
When. 



Oct. 5, 
Sept. 11 



Sept. 12. 



Oct. 7, 
Jane 10, 



Remarks. 




Resigned. 

Promoted to Captain, Sept. 13. 

Promoted to 1st Lieatenant, Sept IS. 



Reduced to ranks, Aug. L Tranfferred to A, Oet 1. 

Disability. 

Appointed 2d Lieutenant Sept. 13. 

Promoted Ist Sergeant September IS. 



Promoted 2d Sergeant, Oct 1. 
Rednoed to raoks Jnoe 28, by request. 
Redoeed to ranks, Sept. 10. 
Promoted 4th Sergeant, Oct L 



Body not reeoTerad. 



Wounded in leg. Confined at Richmond 

Deserted from Fort Corooran, Ont. 1. 

Trans, from 2d Ohio Vol. Confined at Bldimond. 

At Richmond, Ya. 



At Richmond, Va. 

Leg ampttUted. Wounded by shell at Bull Run. 

DisabUity. 



Palpitation of heart 

Deserted from Hall's Hill, Oct 14. 



Wound in leg. Confined at Richmond. 

Deserted June 6, from Willet's Point, N. T. 
Wound in leg. Confined at Richmond. 

On detiohed serrioe. Now teamster. 

Promoted 2d Corporal, Deo. L 

Disnbility. • 

Consuraption. 

DissbUity. 

TnuMfeirad to 3d N. T. Begiaa»t. 



100 



ADJUTANT OBNBBAL'3 REPORT. 



Return of Company O, Second Regiment, {Continued.) 



6 


Nunef. 




Besidenoe. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muster d 
into 

U.S.Ser. 


8ick. 
Where. 


Eiltod. 
When. 


42 


Mitebell, Horioe F. 


21 


Monroe, 


Single, 


May 28, 




43 


NftioD, David B. 


19 


Brownville, 


do 


do 


/ 


44 


NesI, John H. 


19 


Bangor, 


do 


do 




45 


Norwood, Wm. H. 


21 


do 


do 


do 




46 


Orff, Bdward F. jr., 


20 


do 


do V 


do 


jJuiy 21. 


47 


Phillip*, George H. 


20{yeasie, 


do 


do 




48 


Robert, Iiaae 


29 Bangor, 


Married, 


do 




49 


Roiembeok, Frederic 8. 


32' New York, 


do 


do 




60 


Soribner, Miles L. 


43 Springfield, 


do 


do 


1 


61 


Sborey, Horaoe F. 


21 


do 


Single, 


do 


1 


62 


Sidelioker, Hollii 


24 


Dizmont, 


do 


do 




63 


Smart, Beoj. F. 


21 


Portland, 


do 


do 


t 


64 


Soale, Ricbard 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 


1 


65 


Speed, Joseph 


37 


do 


Married, 


do 




66 


Surkie, Daniel 


32 


Veasle, 


do 


do 


Inaamp, 


67 


BteTeof, Waldo P. 


21 


Monroe, 


Single, 


d} 




68 


Stereos, A loo so 


23 


Qailford, 


do 


do 




59 


Thompson, Wm. H. 


V3 


Bangor, 


do 


do 




60 


Vancon, Franeis, jr.. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






61 


Vioal, George 


28 


Orooo, 


Married, 


do 






62 


Webber, Benjamin 


22 


Hermoo, 


Single, 


do 






63 


Wing, Ferdinand N. 


21 


Hampden, 


do 


do 






64 


Kn^pp, Charles A. 


19 Romford, 


do 


July 10, 






65 


Robbins, Melyille H. 


20 Bangor, 


do 


do 






66 


Merrow, Samnel 


36 


do 


Married, 


July 2, 


In oamp, 




67 


Scriboer, Henrj H. 


21 


OidtowD, 


Single, 


do 3, 






68 


Bstes, Levi 


19 


Bangor, 


do 


do 11, 






69 


Morse, John 


30 


do 


do 


do 10, 






70 


Plnmatoc, Thomas 


4U 


do 


do 


do 1, 


• 




71 


Merry, Peter B. 


21 


Augusta, 


do 


do 29, 






72 


Burton, Panl 


16 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 1, 






73 


Hatehings, Angustos M. 


19 


B. N. PortlM, 


do 


do 10, 






74 


:3mith, James 


34 


Eloulton, 


do 


do 10, 






76 


Mills, Wm. J. 


19 


Levant, 


do 


do 15, 






76 


Debeek, Wm. 


21 


CliHon, 


do 


do 1&, 


Georgetown, 




77 


Oroott, Isaao F. 


22| Amherst, 


do 


Sept. 23, 






78 


Reaviel, Henry 


21| Bangor, 


do 


Sept. 19. 






79 


Jephard, George 


27Greeofield, 


do 


Got. 7, 






80 


Hammett, Walter P. 


18|Howlaod, 


do 


Sept. 19, 






81 


Haines, BamnelT. 


22 


do 


do 


Sept. 19, 






82 


Soule, Wm. A. 


27 


Etna, 


do 


Oct. 16, 






83 


Deane, Isaao W. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






84 


Whe«-ler, Henry L. 


lOiGreenfield, 


do 


Get. 7, 






85 


White, Andrew F. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






86 


White, Nathan 8. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






a7 


Witham, Wm. W. 


19 


do 


da 


do 







A1>]PBNDIX D. 101 

Hefum of Company Of Second Regiment. ^ (Continued,) 



{ 
PrisoDers. Deceased 


Diseb'd 


RemmrlM. 


6 When tk'n. 


When. 


When. 


42 






Deserted, July 22. 


43 July 21, 






At Richmond. 


**l 








4s! 








46i 






Body not recoyered 


47 








4Sl 








49 Jnly 21, 
50' 






At Rtohmond, Va. 




Sept. 18, OiBEbility. 


51| 








52* 




Sept 19, 




^^i 






Promoted Sd Sergemnt, Oct. 1. 


54i 


lOct. 7, 


Brain affected. 


55 Jalj 21, ; I 


Wonnded in Leg. Confined at Richmond^ 


56' 1 






5i| 1 






58 1 




Promoted 3d Corporal, Deo. 1. 


69l 




:No?. 15, 


Disability. 


€0' 






Promoted Ist Corporal, Dec. 1. 


«ll 






Promoted 5th Sergeant, Dee. 1. 


«2, 






Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment, Aag. 14. 


«' 








«*; 








65' 






Detailed as teamster Jnly 10. Discharged soon after 


66 








67 July 21, 






At Richmond, Va. 


€8' 








6» 






DeUiled teamster Ang. 12. Deserted Oct. 1. 


70* 
72 


J5ept. 12. 










73; iNov. 16. 




Buried at Hall's Hill, Va. 


74 




' 




75: 








76 








. 77» 








78 








79 








PO 








81 








82 








83; 








®*. 






• 


85' 








86, 






87 

1 









102 ADjrUTAITT OSNERAL'S REPORT. 

BecapituUUion of Company (?, Second Regiment Infantry^ Maine Vohtnfeers. 





§ 

Q 
^ 

s 


eo 


i 

s 


I 


1 




§ 


1 


i 


CommfMioned Offioen. 


1 


I 








1 






S 


KoD-Com. Offieen, 


6 










1 




1 


8 


MofieianiA Wagoner, 


2 
















1 


PriTatei, 


47 


7 


2 


11 


1 


11 


6 


S 


87 


Totel. 


66 


8 


2 


11 


1 


13 


6 


4 


loa 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 



rrr roK 

DUTY. 



II 

51 • 
ll'i 

5 J5 



2 7 



PRRSBRT. 
ON 
SPECIAL 
DUTT. 



&! 



i-Sg 



• '5' 



IS 



> I 6«' 5 o > 

0, '«< o ^« .a. \< \o 55 



N 

. > c 



giS 



47 66' 1. ij 3 6l| I 



S 
S 



ABSENT. 

on 

SPECIAL. 
BERTICE. 



i£ IS 

"lei'l I 






£!£ 

\< < 



rr 



2 I 465 





Present 




<; 


Names. 


1 . 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Rank or 


Remarks. 


fe 




^ 






Appointment. 




1 


AngnstQS B. FarDbam, 


32 


Captain, 


Bangor, 


Sept. 13. 




2 


Frank A. earniej. 


Tl 


lit Lieut, 


do 


do 




3 


Horatio SUples, 


24 


2d Lient., 


do 


do 




1 


Joseph B. Forbes, 


21 


Ist Serg't, 


do 


do 




2 


StOTor J. Cross, 


32 


2d Serg't, 


Orland, 


Oct. 1, 




3 


Benjamin F. Smart, 
DaYid Reabiel, 


21 


3d Serg't, 


Portland, 


do 




4 


22 


4tb Serg't, 


Bangor, 


do 




6 


Qeorge Vloal, 


28 


5th Serg't, 


Orono, 


Deo. 1, 




1 


Francis Vanoon, jr.. 


22 


Corporal, 


Bangor, 


do 




2 


Leonard P. Martin, 


26 


Corporal, 


do 


do 




i 


Alonio Stephens, 


23| 


Corporal, 


de 


do 





104 



ADJUTANT QBNBBAL*d BEPORT. 



lUtarn of Captsia Baolel F. Sargont, Company H, Second Regiment lofantrj, Maine 
Dee ember l8k| I86I, together with a complete record of the changes that have takaa 
Umj, 1861. DANIEL QUIMBY, Jb., Orderly Sergeant. 



Namefl. 



Wm. H. S. Lawrence, 
2| Daniel Qoimby, jr.» 
~ William P. Holden, 

Christopher 8. Gorham, 

CORPOBAU. 

Chas. Smith, 
hlbridge F. Haskell, 
Henry Sobmell, 
Wm. H. Johnson, 

MUSICIAN. 

Eben R. Dinsmore, 

PRIYATXa. 

Arthur, Thomas W. 
Bagley, Daniel W. 
Bailey, Joseph A. 
Bruno, Benedict 
Benson Benj. C. 
Banker, Burton 
Bakeman, Alexander F. 
Babcock, Wm. 
Black, Henry 
Clewly, George M. 
Conway, Hugh 
Clement, John K. 
Cook, Noah H. 
Dow, Meniah 
Dinsmore, Frank A. 
Donham, Ueorge E. 
Donham, John B. £. 
DrinkwHter, Henry W. 
Ellison, Charles H. 
EmersoD, Fields W. 
Baton, Wm. H. 
Fenton, Abram 
Frasier, Benj. 
Fraaier, Alden B. 
Fox, Josiah B. 
Gilmore, Bjron 0. 
Gilmore, Henry H. 
Green, Joseph W. 
Harndcn, Moses A. 
Holden, Henry A. 
Hammon Albert H. 
Hutohings, Wm. H. 
Haskell, Tristam W. 
Uolman, Frederic 
Joy, Marcel lus D. 



1 
2 
3 
i 
5 
€ 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



36 Jordan, Gustin 



Leathers, Ssmuel W. 
Loyejoy, Wm. H. 
Leigh ton, Stephen H. 
Morey, Wm. B. 
McKenney, John T. 
MoLanghlin, Henry 



COMMISSIONED 0PPICXB8. 

Daniel F. Sargent, 
Edward L. Getchell, 
Ralph W. Morse, 

8BB6BANT8. 



Residence. 



Brewer, 

Bangor, 

do 

do 
do 
do . 
do 

Old town, 
Bangor, 

do 

do 



21 1 Brewer, 
2G Bangor, 
do 
Oldtown, 
Bangor, 
29'0ti8, 
19' Brewer, 
34'Vea2ie, 
21 Dedham, 
241 Bradley, 



Married Muster'd 

into 
Single. U.S.Ser 



Married, 

'Single, 

•Married, 

jSingle, 
'Married, 
I do 
'Single, 

'Married, 
I do 
I do 
Single, 



25 Oldtown, iMarried, 



! 

'Single, 
•Married, 
Single, 
I do 
do 
I Married, 
, Single, 
Married, 
Single, 
. do 



23 


Bangor, 


do 


21 


do 


do 


22 


Brewer, 


do 


29 


Oldtown, 


do 


23;Stctson, 


do 


!20lOldtown, 


do 


18' do 


do 


2l| do 


M:irried, 


19| Bangor, 


Single, 


18 Orono, 


do 


24 Oldtown, 


do 


19 Bangor, 


do 


21 Otis, 


do 


24 do 


do 


27iCornvlIlo 


do 


21| Bangor, 


do 


21|Hoiacn, 


do 


24| Bangor, 


Married, 


21;Chatham, 


Single, 


2l| Bangor, 


do 


,21iMilford, 


do 


'2G; Brighton, 


do 


23|Bangor, 


do 


.27pidtown, 


do 


28; Bangor, 


Married, 


2LEtna, 


Single, 


'31 Bangor, 


Married, 


22 


do 


Single, 


18 


do 


do 


22 


Oldtown, 


do 


18 


Bangor, 


do 


.24 


Oldtown, 


do 



May 28, 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



Bangor, Me.,| 



New York, 



Jane 30, 



Hall's Hill, 



Hall's Hilt, 
do 



i Bangor, Mo.,, 
Halls Hill, 



'Joly 21^ 



APPENDIX D. 



106 



Tolnnteerf, Btoiioned at Hall's Hill, Va.« expressing its oondition on the morning of 
plaee in the Company, siooe it entered the servioe of the United States, on the 2bth of 

DANIEL F. SARQENT, CapUin. 



I Prisoners. Deceased Diseh'd. 
olWhentk'n.l When. When. 

^ I I 



Remarks. 



I 

1 

21 

3 July 21, 

41 

a 

6! 

7 

dt 

9 July 21, 
10 July 21, 
U 
12 
13'; 

If 

15; 
16! 
17. 

19 

20| 

2ll 

22,Jaly 21, 

23Jaly 21, 

24 

25| 

26 

27^ 

28! 

29 

SO.July 21, 

3li 

32 

33; 
34) 
35: • 

3«i 
37 
38 
39] 
401 

\^ 



:Oot. 



Oct. 9, 



Oct 14, 



Disability. 

Promoted lit Sergeant, Oct. 9. 

•I 2d " " 

c< 3^ « «l 

*' Lieutenant IStb Me. Regiment 

<' 4th Sergeant, Oct. 9. 
Disability. 
'On farloogh. Reduced to ranks. Got 9. 

iDeserted, Not. 25. 



I Deserted, July 21. 
'At Riohmond, Va. 
Aug. 5, Disability. 

Jaly 10, Disability. 
I 

I Buried at Meridian Hill. 
At Kichmond. * 

Died at Richmond. 



Wounded in the foot at Fort Corcotan, Aug. 16« 



Promoted 2d Corporal, Oct. 9. 
At l^icbinond. 
At Richmond. 
I 

Deserted, Nor. 29. 
I Promoted 3d Corporal, Oct. 0. 

On furlough: Wounded at Bull Run. 

• Wound in the leg. Confined at Richmond. 
Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 



I 

Jane 6, 



Promoted 4ih Corporal, Oct. 9. 



Body not recovered. 



106 



AD/DTAKT QSmCKAL'S BIPOBI. 





Beium of Company H, Second Begimeni, { 


Continued 


.) 


& 


Namei. 




Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Moster'd 

into 
U.8.8er. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Kilted. 
Wiuui. 


43 


Maxwell, Qeorge S. 


M 


Bangor, 


Single, 


May 28, 






44 


O'Niel, Henry, 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Hall's Hill, 




45 


Peakee, Charles fl. 


19 


Dedham, 


do 


do 






46 


Pond, Cbarlea H. 


26 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






47 


Peters, John H. 


26 


do 


do 


do 






48 


Pollard, Henry N. 


41 


Oldtown, 


Married, 


do 






49 


Robinson, Wilmot J. 


21 


do 


Single, 


do 






60 


Robbins, Oersbam C. 


24 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






61 


Rollins, Charles H. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






62 


Rogers, Ripley R. 
Rioh, Qeorge H. 


25 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






63 


29 


Bangor, 


do 


do 


do 




64 


Stevens, Samnel A. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






66 


Simpson, Dayid L. 


27 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






66 


SoTerance, Wm. H. 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






67 


Sanger, Wm. H. 


29 


do 


do 


do 






68 


Salmon, Wm. B. 


27 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






69 


Taylor, Edgar B. 


18 


Bangor, 


do 


do 


do 




60 


Waid, Wm. J. 


21 


Lancaster, HH 


do 


do 






61 


Warren, Benj. J. 


28 


Otis, 


do 


. do 






62 


Veasie, Charles B. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






63 


Qnimby, Robert 


22 


do 


do 


do 






64 


Chalmers, Thomas B. 


25 


do 


Married, 


do 






65 


Doe, Qeorge A. 


28 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






66 


LoTOjoy, Charles S. 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






67 


Colson, Daniel J. 


20 


do 


Single. 


July 1. 






68 


Qrayes, Q4brge T. 


25 


do 


Married, 


do 1, 


Washington, 




69 


Perry, Charles B. 


20 


do 


Single, 


do 1, 






70 


Wentworth, Wm. H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 1, 






71 


Wentworth, James F. 


25 


d« 


do 


do 2, 


Hall's HiU, 




72 


Mills, Wm. F. 


18 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 3, 






73 


Brown, Charles C. 


26 


do 


do 


do 16, 






74 


Carr, Blijah 


26 


do 


do 


do 15, 






76 


Crockett, Nonnan 


22 


Rockland, 


do 


do 16, 






76 


Marsh, Lewis J. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 15, 






77 


Moulton, Daniel W. 


21 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 16, 






78 


Bray, Cyras 


23 


do 


do 


do 16, 






79 


Johnson, Frank A. 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 16, 






80 


Wyer, Oscar 


18 


do 


do 


do 16, 






81 


Johnston, Nathaniel 


38 


Portland, 


do 


do 22, 






82 


Veasie, Samnel W. 


18 


Bangor, 


do 


Oct 26, 






83 


Wyer. Robert, 


40 


do 


Married, 


do 14, 






84 


Hines, Aogostns 


36 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 35, 






85 


Mocre, Henry H. 


25 


Bangor, 


Single, 


do 25, 






86 


Qilmore, Don 


21 


do 


do 


do 26, 


do 





APPSNDIX D. 107 

Sehim of Company JI, Second BegimerU, (OonHnued.) 



Wbentk'n. 



DeoeMed 
When. 



Diceh'd. 
When. 



Ramftrki. 



J«ly 21, 



45 
4fl 

47 

48 July 21, 

49 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66J«]7 21, 

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 
85 



Jalj 10, 



Aug. 6, 



Wounded at Bnll Rim. 

Diiabillty. 

Wounded in leg. Confined at Biehmond. 



Wonnded in arm. Gonflned at Riebmond. 

Diiabilitj. 

At Riebmond. 



Deserted, Jalj 21. 
Deserted, Jnly 21. 



Wagoner. 



Sept. 14, 



Disability. 



108 ADJUTANT t^BNBRAL»8 REPORT. 

Recapitulation of Company //, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Vofvntcers- 



CommissioDed Officers, 
Kon-CoiD. Officers, 
Mufliciana & Wagoner, 
Prirates, 



Total, 



Ps 
















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s 






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I 


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£ 


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A 


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3 
















! ' 


4 


1 








2 


I 
1 




: 8 

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61 


13 


2 


9 




6 


4 


1 


86 


58 


14 


2 


» 




8 


6 


1 


1 98 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 



PliCSKNT. 
ON 
BICK. SPECIAL IN ABBBST; 



ABSENT. 
ON 
SPECIAL 
SERVICE. 




5172. 



Present Organization oj the Company. 



Names. 



1 Daniel F. Sargent, 

2:Edward L. Gctchell, 

3| Ralph W. Morse, 

J r>;inie1 Quimhv, jr., 

2!\Vm. P Holden. 

8 Christopher S. (lorham, 

4 Elbridge F. lla^^kcl!, 

1 

2\Wm. H. Faton, 
rt, Byron C. Oilmoro, 
4JMaroellus D. Joy, 



Rack. 



|27Capt»iD, 
( Ist Lieut. 
' 2d Lieut. 
23 1st Scrg't, 
2«J 2d Scrg't, 
2l3dSorg't, 
21 4th Scrg't, 

2-1 Corporal, 
21 Corporal, 
,2H Corporal, 



Kcsideuco. 



Date of Rank or Remftrki. 
J Appointment. 



;Breirer, 
Bangor, 

do ti 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Oldtown, 

Bangor, 

do 



jApril 30, 
I April 30, 
April 30, 
Oct. J), 
Oct. 9, 
■Oct. 9, 
!Oot. 9, 

i 

Oct. », 
Oct. 9, 
Octv 9, 



no 



ADJUTANT eBNIRAL'8 BRPORT. 



B«tnni of Captain John Carroll, Company I, Sooond Regiment Infantry, Maine Vol- 
Deeember lit, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that haTc takwm 
of May, 1861. Orderly Sei^eant. 



Namea. 



Beaidence. * 



Married 

or 
Single. 



MasterM 

into 
(7. S ber. 



Siclc. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



C0HHI88I0NID 0FFIGSB8. 

1 Juhn Carroll, 

2 Henry Casey, 

3 Miles J. Sweeney, 

BIBOIAirTB. 

1 Richard Kelleher, 

2 Patrick J. Farreil, 

3 Michael Crowley, 

4 Henf^ Qranville, 

CORPORALS. 

1 Peter Mogan, 

2 William Twomey, 

3 William B. Boyce, 

4 Dennis Mahoney, 

PRCTATBS. 

1 Birket, John 

2 Belcber, Thomas 

3 Barry, Patrick 

4 Banks, James A. 
fiConoell, Dennis 

6 Conningbam, Thomas, 

7 Corcoran, Jeremiah 

8 Cannon, Peter 

9 Crofford, Simon, 

10 Connell, Michael 

11 Conway, B<iward 

12 Casey. Patrick 

13 Carroll, John, 2d 



14 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



Cronao, Cornelias 



Dowd, Francis 
Driscoll, James 
Donovan, Timothy 
Dongherty, Charles F. 
Hagerty, Peter 
Uogan, Michael, 
Hixgins, John 
Heffron, James 
Kolley, Thomas 
Kelleher, Kdward J. 
Kelley, Michael, 2d 
Kelley, Michael 
Kelley, Thomas 
Kearse, Michael 
McAnnlty, James 
Mahoney, Cornelias, 
Moore, Charles 
McCarthy, Cornelias 
McDonongb, Thomas 
McLelisn, Wm. 
McKenney, Bdward 
McLaoghlin, Martin 
0*Mara, John 
O'Brien, John 
Peters, Patrick 
Power, Richard 
Robinson, James 
KIley, John 
Riley, Philip 



Bangor, 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



Bangor, 
do 
30 do 
do 
do 
do 



44 Stuart, Charles 



u 



do 
do 
do 
do 

Bangor, 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Bradley, 
Bangor, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
New York, 



Bangor, 
do 
do 
do 



Bangor, 
do 
do 



Bangor, 

do 

do 

do 
Veaiie, 
Bangor, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Single, 
Married, 
do 

Single, 
Married, 
Single, 
Married, 

do 
do 
Single, 
do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single. 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married. 

do 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
l^rled, 



May 28, 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
d« 



APPraTDUD. 



HI 



wrteen, iUtioned at Hall'i Hill, Ym., ezpreBsfng iti condition on tho morning of 
I in the Company ainoe it ontorad kho Mr?ioe of the United States, on the 28th day 

MICHAEL CROWLEY, Commanding. 



Priaoneri. 
When tk'n. 



Deoeaaed 
When. 



Dtseh'd. 
When. 



Bemark^ 



Get. 25, 

Not. 10, 

do 



4 July 21, 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
t 
10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
15 
1€ 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
23 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
33 
40 
41 
41 
43 
U 



July 21. 



Jnne 6, 
Ang. 14, 



Ang. 14. 



July 18, 



Aug. 10, 



Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment. 
Apiiointed temporary Commander. 
Transferred to 2d N. 7. Regiment. 



In Maine on furloagh. 
At Riohmond, Va. 

Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 



At Riohmond, Va. 

Appointed 4th Corporal Ang. 14. 
Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment. 



Deserted Ang. 16. 

Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 



Appointed 3d Sergeant, 
fransferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 
Appointed 2d Corporal. 
Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment. 
« <( It 

Defeetire vision. 

OoDSumption. 

Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment. 

Desert<>d, May 3. 
Disability. 

Drowned in the Potomac River, 
transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment. 



Deserted, Not. 23, 

Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 



At Riohmond. 
Deserted Sept. 15. 
Deserted Sept 15. 



112 



ADJTn?ANT QBNERAL'S BBPORT. 



Betu9*n of Company I, Second Regiment, (Continued.) 



6 


Names. 


& 


Residence. 


& 




<| 


45'Sample, John 


2rLlnooIn, 


46 Stewart, Samuel C. 


37 Bangor, 

25! 00 


47 SbeebaD, Wm. 


48 Sharkey, Larkey 


30; do 


49'stoae, Jamei 


261 do 


60 Sebwitaer, George 


21 do 


61 Smitbi Henry 


35!Milford, 


62 SulliTan, Frederio 


23i 


63 Timmons, Stepben 


2 I.Bangor, 


64 Wheeler, Henry 


24 Exeter, 


65 Wbelan, Daniel 


40;Miiford, 


66 Walsh, Peter 


23 




BBCBurrs. 






67 O'Connell, John 


22;Portland, 


es'Walab, Wm. 




do 


69 Oartin, Patrick 


42 


do 


60 Kenney, Miobael 


39! do 


61 Murray, John 


21; do 


63 Leavitt, Bamett 


23 




63 SolliTan, Jerry 


28 




64 Kennedy, Stewart 


30 


Honlton, 


65 Anderion, Jaines 


30 


do 


66 Morrison, Samael 


28 


do 


67 Smith, Jamei S. 


34 


do 


68 Townsend, Thomas 


24 


do 


69 Wallaoe, John 


26 


do 


70 Farreil, Charles 


21 


Portland, 


71 Drieooll, John 


32 


Houlton, 


72Carr, Wm. 


28 


do 


73 Stokes, Thomas 


32,Portland. 


74 Murphy, Jere 


34 


do 


76 Collins, John 


31 


do 


76 Dougherty, Wm. < 


35 


do 


77 Deehan. Miobael 


22 


do 


78 


Timmons, Thomas 


18 


Bangor, 


79 


Pitipatriok, John 


35 


Carmel, 


80 


Friend, Charles 


25 


Btoa, 


81 


Flion, James 


21 


Bangor, 


820eoghan, John 


24 


do 


83,Oi11ogly, Hogh 


21 


do 


84 (Golden, Patrick, jr. 


SO 


do 


86 


iMoTaggart, Bdward 




do 



MarHed 

or 
Single. 



Mo8ter*d 

into 
(7. 6. Ser. 



Single, 

Miiiried, 

Singlo, 

Married, 

Single, 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 



I May 28, 
' do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 
Married, 

do 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 



July 5, 
do 6, 
do 5, 
do 3, 
do 6, 
do 1, 
do 

do 12, 
Jane 3, 
do 3, 
do 3, 
do 3, 
do 3, 
July 10, 
June 3, 
do 3, 
July 16, 
do 10, 
do 16, 
do 10, 
do 16, 
:>ept 21, 
May 28, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Oeorgetown, 



Sick. 
Where. 



Bangor, 



Killed. 
When. 



APPBNDIX D. 113 

Return of Company 7, Second Regiment^ (Continued,) 



PriroQtrs 
Wh«n tk'n 



Deeeased 
When. 



DiBOhM. 



BamArkfl. 



45 

46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
53 
53 
54 
55 
56 



57 
58 
59 
€0 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
71 
73 
74 
75 
76. 
77 
78' 
?9i 
80' 

8ii 

82. 

83) 

85 Jaly 21, 



Oct 6. 



Traosferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 
Aag. 29, Woaoded at Boll Run. Arm ampotaUd. 

TraDBferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 

Died at Georgetown. 



Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment 



Appointed 3d Corporal, Aug. 14. 
Ang. 14, Disability. 



Deserted, Ang. 30. 

Promoted, Corporal Color Guard. 



Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment 
Disebarged. Disabiiitj. 

Wounded at Bull Ron. 
Hospital Steward. 

At Biehmond. 



11 



114 ADJUTANT 6XNBKAL«S BBPOBT. 

RecapUulatian of Company 7, Second Regiment Infantry^ Maine Vohmteers. 







i 


-8 

'3 


e 

& 


• 


1 

m 

1 


t 

6 


j 


1 


Oonmlasioiied Offioen, 
HoD-Com. Offiecn, 
MniieUns k. Wagoner, 
Privatef, 


2 
42 


2 




1 

3 


1 


s 

6 


1 

7 


4 
24 


S 

8 

85 


ToUl, 


44 


2 




4 


1* 


9 


8 


28 1 96 



Condensed Morning Report , December 1st, 1861. 











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44 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



Besidenee. 



Date of Raok or 
Appointment. 



Remarks. 



1 
2 



Miehael Crowley, 

2 Richard Kelleher, 

3 Miehael Began, 

James Heffran, 
2 John O'CoDDol, 
Jeremiah Corcoran, 



Captain, 
let Lieut 
2d Lieat 



24 lit Serg't. 
26 2d Serg't, 
21j3d8erg% 

25;CorporaI, 
22|Corporal, 
22Corpofal, 



Bangor, 
do 
do 

do 
Portland. 
Bangor, 



Oet. 18, 1861. 

do 
Ang. 14, 1861. 

Ang. 14, 1861. 
do 
do 



116 



ADJUTANT GElf BRAL'S RBPOBT. 



Setoni of Oapt Fernando G. Fom, Company K, Second Regiment Infanirj, MahM Tel- 
December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the cbaogei that haTO taken 
day of May, 1861. JOHN G. QUIMBY, Orderly Sergeant. 



i 


Names. 


• 


Residence. 


Married 

OT 
Single. 


Master*d 

int 
U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
Whan. 




COViriBSIONKD OFPICKBS. 
















Fernando G. Fobs, 


27 


Oldtown, 


Married. 


May 28. 








Albert 0. Fellows, 


26 


Bangor, 


do 


do 








Albert L. Cowan, 

BBROBAlfTB. 


26 


Oldtown, 


Single. 


do 








John 0. Quimby, 


23 


do 


do 


do 








William H. Hanson. 


19 


do 


do 


do 




Jnlyil, 




George A. MoLellan, 


22 


Stillwater, 


do 


do 








Daniel Staples, 


28 


Oldtown, 


Married. 


do 








CORrORALS. 
















Charles J. Ellis, 


23 


U. Stillwater, 


Single. 


do 








Americas V. Moore, 


21 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 




jRlj «l. 




Joseph A. Burliogbam, 


19 


U. Stillwater, 


do 


do 








Morison J. Folsom, 

V1781CIAN. 


23 


Newburg, 


do 


do 








JohnT. Barnbam. 

PRIYATSS. 


21 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 
do 








Adams, James H. 


24 


Lincoln, 


do 


do 




• 




Bridge, Elijah 


44 


Charlotte, 


do 


do 








Bean, George 


26 


Dizmont, 


do 


do 








Brawn, Hiram 


21 


Milford, 


do 


do 








Brawn, Bphraim 


31 


D. Stillwater, 


Married. 


do 










36 


do 


Single. 


do 








Barns, Blbanan W. 


19 


Orrington, 


do 


do 








Clark, Isaiah 


29 


Oldtown, 


Married. 


do 








Colby, Charles 8. 


42 


LilHirty, 


do 


do 








Carson, Parker 


20 


Oldtown, 


Single, 


do 








Cross, Edwin S. 


21 


Barnard, 


do 


do 








Crandlemire. Wm. 


21 


Lee. 


do 


do 








Collins, Daniel J. 


24 


S. Branswiok 


do 


do 








Clay, James M. 


21 


Lincoln, 


do 


do 


Washington, 






Colby, John H. 


20 


Liberty, 


do 


do 








Colby, Bben 8. 


1 


Palermo, 


do 


do 








Colby, Benjamin 


32 


Liberty. 


Married, 


do 








Danton, Alden B. 


19 


do 


Single, 


do 








Dillingham, Edwin 


18 


Oldtown, 


do 








Brans, Himm F. 


23 


Wasbiogton, 


do 


do 








FhH. James H. 


29 


Stillwater. 


do 


do 


In qoarters, { 






Fly, James 


21 


Fairfield, 


do 


do 






23 


Frye, Stephen 


30 


Oldtown, 


Married, 


do 






24 


Fanar, George H. 


2i 


do 


Single. 


do 






25 


Farrar, Wm. 


23 


do 


Married, 


do 






26 


Gates, Decatnr 


21 


Lincoln, 


Single, 


do 






27 


Gibbons Wm. H. 


27 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






28 


GrifBs, Thomas 


27 


do 


do 


do 






29 


Hatohiogs, Joseph 


35 


Milford, 


do 


do 






30 


H«rriman, Reuben 


22 


Bnoksport, 


do 


do 






31 


Ingalls, Hiram B. 


24 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






32 


Jellisoo, Wm. A. 


18 


4rgyle, 


do 


do 






SalKieth. Otis L. 


21 


Beddiogton, 


do 


do 






34 Kneeland, Alfred 


20 


Newborg, 


do 


do 






35!Lowell, Byron 


2i 


Hallowe4l, 


do 


do 






36 Lowell, George M. 


22 


Springfield, 


do 


do 






37 Lnce, Willard A. 


18 


Washington, 


do 


do 






38 Lewis, Albert K. 


20 


"Springfield, 


do 


do 






39 


Mayberry, Wm. 


3( 


Albion, 


do 


do 






40 


Morrill, Isaac 


44 


China, 


Married, 


do 






41 


Michael, Frederic A. 


22 


Stillwater, 


Single, 


do 


In qnarters. 




42 


Murphy, JamN A. 


21 


JaeksonTown 


So 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



117 



«Bta«ii» italton«d at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its eondition on the morning of 
plaee in the Company sioee it entered the service of the United SUUs, mu the 28th 

FERNANDO C. FOSS, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
Whentk'n. 



Deceased 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Remarks. 



1 
2 
S 

i 
5 
« 

T 

8 

9 
10 
11 
13 
IS 
14 
16 
16 

!S 

19' 

»t 

31! 

i 

35j 

26 Jaly 21, 

27 

28 

29 

20 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

S7Jnly21, 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42) 



Promoted 2d Sergeant, July 21, 

« 4th <* *< 

" Ist Corporal " 
Deserted at WlUett's Point, Jnno 8. 

Transferred to Regimental Band. 



Jaly 16, 



Disability. 

Transferred to 2d K. T. Regiment. 



Sept. 13, 



Oot. 4, 



DisahUity. 

At Richmond. 

Disability. 

At Richmond. 

Detached to Eeyei' Brigade. 



118 



ADJDTANT QEKBRAL'S RgPOBT. 





Betum of Company K, Second Regiment, {Continued.) 


i 


Karnes. 




Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Moster'd 
ioto 

[;.S.Ser. 


Sick;. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


43'MoMallio, JobnH. 


25 


Alton, 


Married, 


May 28. 






44,Perbaiii, Leander 


24 


Jefferson, 


Single. 


do 






45 Roberts Chariea H. 


32 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






46 SweeUir, Henry W. 


21 


Newburg, 


do 


do 






47,Sawtelle, George A. 


32 


Oldtoun, 


Married, 


do 


In camp. 




48,Nje, Frank H. 


23 


Fairfield, 


Single, 


do 






49;Sair7er, John 


2l!Hermon, 


do 


do 






60|Sargent, Jobo H. 


24; N. Yarmouth 


do 


do 






61'Spattldiog, John L. 


28:oldtown, 


Married. 


do 






62 Teeling, Willikm 


IB 


Springfield, jSingle, 


do 






53 Tarr, Albert H. 


21 


Prospect, 


do 


do 






54 Weed, Eben 0. 


36 


Oldtoirn, 


do 


do 






55 Woodard, Joseph 


22 


Bowerbank. 


do 


do 






56 Walker, John B. 


25jPryeburg, 


do 


do 






57 Wagonski, Gasper 


26!oidtoirn, 


do 


da 






58 Wentworth, Alonso 


25 j Lagrange, 


do 


do 






59 Willig. Charles W. 


20 0ldtown, 


do 


do 






60 Williams, Charles A. 


18 1 Jefferson, 


do 


do 






6l{Winsloir, Joseph 


200ldtoirn, 


do 


do 






62 Arnold, James B. 


18 


VVestbrook, 


do 


July 11, 






63|Baztoo, Stillmaa 


22 


Patten, 


do • 


do 1, 






64 Bottnn, Jaoob 


18 


Augusta, 


do 


do 5, 


In oamp, 




65 Crosby, Peter 


21 


Portlan.l, 


do 


do 15, 






66 Clark, Charles 


19 


Augusta, 


do 


do 16, 






67 Hall, Charles F. 


19 


Lincoln, 


do 


do 3, 




, 


68 Hartford, Augastas 


21 




do 


do 1, 


Annapolis, 




69 Leighton, Adrial 


21 


Westbrook, 


do 


do 15, 


• 




70 MoCann, John 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 15, 






71 Mayville, Menry fl. 


20 


do 


do 


do 1, 






72 Oreatt, Qeorge R. 


18 


Oldtown, do 


do 1, 






73 Parody, Frederic 


42 


do Married, 


Mo 8, 






74 


Spencer, Ir.i W. 


24 


Milford, 1 


do 16, 






75 


Shepley, Napoleon B. 


21 


(Bangor, Single, 


June 29, 






76 


Whitney, Frank 


2b 


Augusta, 


do 


July 4, 






77 


Leaoh, George W. 


25 


)ldtown. 


do 


Sept. 25, 






78 


MoEinney, Kobert 




Bangor, 




July 15, 







APPKNDIX D. 119 

Beium of Company K, Second Begimeni, (ConHnued,) 



Prisoners. 
WbeD tk'n. 



Deeesscd 
When. 



DisohM. 
When. 



Remarks. 



43 
44 
4S 

46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
5$ 
57 
58| 
59I 
CO' 
61 

63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
71 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 



Not. 16, 



Deserted at Fort Coreonn, Oct 12. 
Disability. 



Promoted 4th Corporal, Nor. 16. 

Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment 
Promoted 2d Corporal, Jalj 21. 



Transferred to 2d N. T. Regiment. 



Sept. 18, 



NOF. 15, 



Disability. 



Disability. 



Nor. 8, 



lAug. 9, 



Disability. 

Deserted at Hall's Hil^ Not. 20. 

Teamster. 

Died at Washington of sun-stroke. 



120 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. . 

Recapitulatwn of Company K, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





5 

o 

73 






. 


«d 


t 


•o 


i 








i 


-6 

JO 


1 


1 


.a 


5 
i 


a 
2 


3 




fR 


s 


s 


Pi 


O 


<=^ 


o 


H 


H 


Oomtssioncd Officers, 


3 
















3 


Non-Comm'd Officers, 


5 




2 


• 






1 




8 


Musician A Wagoner, 
















1 


1 


Privates, 


57 


6 




2 


1 


7 


2 


3 


78 


Total, 


65 


6 


2 


2 


1 


7 


3 


4 


00 



Condensed Morning Report, Dec. \st, 18G1. 



i£ 



Bt*£C1JLL 
DOIT, 



IN ABHESl 



II 



I \t 



■fcl 



ai = ' 









5?; 'i* :< ,6 'i^ 



Sj e.47|5«', 



- - B - 

> a s It; 

Cm i^^ K| Ch. 



US 



I. I ' 



i\ d 

Ml 



IE' 
'S 

in 



,.s.i 



:r > -JD 



"« I ;5 ;i5 I 



a; 'c5.^ i. 



i! i; 5l I 



I I 



iBi^li 



I 2 I t 1 371 



Names. 



Present Organization of the Company. 

^ -_^ - — _- 

IDateof Rankor 



J 



Rank. 



27 Captain. 

26' I St. Lieut. 

25|2d. Lieut , 

23 1st fierg't, 

22 Sorg't, 

38Serg-t, 
1 23 Sorg*t, 

19 Corporal, 
1 21 Corporal, 
!22CorporaI, 
'21 Corporal, 



Residence. 



AppointmoQi. 



1 Fernando C. Fos?, 
2'AlbertG. Fellows, 
3 Albert L. Cowan, 
IJohn 0. Quimby, 
H George A. McLellan, 
3' Daniel Staples, 
iiCharles J. Ellis, 
ijjoseph A. Rurlinghaa 

2 Albert H. Tarr, 

3 Frederic A. Michael, 

4 John Sawyer, 

PRESENT ORGANIZATION OF HELD AND STAFF, SECOND REGLMENT. 



Oldtown, April 30, 

.Bangor, do 

I do do 

lOldtown, do 

U. Stillwater,, do 
Oldtown, i do 
U. Stillwater/July 21, 

do lApril 30, 

Rockland, |July 21, 
U. Stillwater/ do 
Hermon, jNov. 16. 



Remarks. 



Names. 



Rank. 



Residence. 



jDateof Rankor 
Appointment. 



Remarks. 



Charles W Roberts, 
George Varney, 
Daniel Chaplain, 
John E. Reynolds, 
Samnel W. Hoskins, 
S. B Morrison, 
Augustus C. Hamlio, 
John F. Mines, 
Horatio Pitcher, 
Daniel W. Edgerly, 



Colonel, Bangor, 

Lieut. Col. I Bangor, 
Major, I Bangor, 

Adjutant, | Bangor, 
Qr. MasUr, [Oldtown, 
Surgeon. 1 Bangor, 
Ass*tSurg. I Bangor, 
Chnplain, Bath, 
Q M 8erg*t, Bangor, 
Uosp. 8tew.,lDover N. 

^•ReieMod." 



lAug. 29, 1861. 
Aug. 29, 1861. 
Sept. 13, 1861. 
May 2, 1861. 
jSept. 19, 1861. 
|Aug. 30, 1861. 
,May 2, 1861. 
May 4,1861. 



[mond. 
•PrisonaraiRioh* 



APPENDIX D. 

THIRD REGIMENT. 



121 



JBefiini 9f original Field and Staff Offieen of Third Regiment Injantrg^ Maine Volunteers^ 
tkawing changes u^ich have taken place by promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since en' 
9 of the United States to Deoember \, 1861. 




Oliver Otis Howard 
lommc N. Tacker 
Heory G. Staples 
Andrew J. Charch 
Gideon 8. Palmer 
Geo. E. BrickeU 
Edwin Burt 
Albert B. Hall 
Wm. D. Haley 
James H. Plaisted 
Joeepli S. Smith 
Lornizo D. Grafton 
Fnmk H. Getchell 
Chas. H. Howard 

( M. Wadsworth 



Oolonel .Leeds 

Lieat.-Ck>lonel Gardiner 
Major Augosta 

Chaplain do 

Surgeon I Gardiner 

A88t.-SDrgeon China 
Adjutant lAngnsta 

I do 
Quartermaster Bath 
Sergt.-Major. Watenrille 
Quar.-Sergt. Bath 
Com'y-Seiigt. I Augusta 
Hosp. Steward Watenrille 
Drum-Major jLeeds 
Fife-Major 'Gardiner 



Maj 
May 

May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
Aug. 
June 



28, 1861 
80, 1861 

28, 1861 

29, 1861 
80, 1861 
20/1861 
3.1861 
8, 1861 
3, 1861 



Prom, to Brig.-Gen. 

Discharged. 

Promot^ to Colonel. 

Resigned. 

Prom, to Brig.-Surg. 

Promoted. 

Promoted to Major. 

Resigned. 

, Resigned. 

,Prom. to Adjutant. 



Prom, to Asst-Sarg. 
jProm. to Geo. How- 
[ard*8 Staff. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



NiSBta. 


lUak. - 




Date of Muater 
into U. S. Serv. 


Remarln. 


Fenelon G. Barker 


Leader 


Augusta 


June 4, 1861 




Alran B. Robinson 


Musician 


do 


do 




Danl. H. Backus 


do 


Gardiner 


do 




Joeiah W. Bangs 


do 


Augusta 


do 






do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 


Actor P. Thompson 


do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 


Henry W. Pierce 


do 


Norridgewock 


do 




lAcius A. Allen 


do 


Saco 


• do 




Adams Parker 


do 


Bath 


do 


Discharged. 


Joseph £. Howe, Jr. 


do 


Hallowell 


do 




I>aTtd Benr 
Kaosiield H. PettingiU 


do 


No. Wayne 


do 


Discharged. 


do 


Augusta 


do 




Emery Gilbert 


do 


Litchfield 


• do 




Henry N. Fairbanks 
Charles A. Fenno 


do 


Watcrville 


do 


Transferred from Co. Q. 


do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 


Geo. E. Bartlett 


do 


Augusta 


do 




Pteleg 0. Vickeiy 
Fraak Gilbert 


do 
do 


do 
Litchfield 


do 
do 


Discharged. 


Danl. W. Gage 


do 


Augusta 


do 




Alonzo H. Getchell 


do 


do 


do 




gunner L. BricJt 


do 


do 


do 


Diachai^d. 


Frank B. Howe 


do 


Hallowell 


do 




B<dand B. Fletcher 


do 


Augusta 


do 


Discharged. 


Edgar M. ChnrehiU 


do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 


James Frank 


do 


Hallowell 


do 


Transferred firom Co. A. 


Chas. B. Haskell 


do 


Readfield 


do 


Transferred from Co. K. 


C. B. Whittier ' 


do 


do 


do • 





122 



adjutant-oenebal's report. 



Betarn of Capt. Reaben Sawyer, Company A, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December let, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that hate 
fonith day of Jnne, 1861. ABNER W. TURNER, Orderly Sergeant 



1 


Names. 


i 


Reeidffiice. 


Married 

or ' 
Single. 


Masterod 

into 
U.aSer. 


Sick. 
WHen. 


KilM. 




COMMI88IONBD OFFICEB8. 












' 


1 


Reuben Sawyer, 


39 


Bath 


Married 


June 4 






2 


John S. Wiggin, 
William D. Haley, 


31 


do 


do 


do 






3 


23 


do 


Single 


do 








BEROBAMT8. 














1 


Abner W. Turner, 


35 


do 


do 


do 






2 


George W. Harvey, 


27 


do 


Married 


do 






3 


George C. Hudson, 


32 


do 


Single 


do 






4 


Edw. P. Donnell, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Lincoln Litchfield. 

CORPORALS. 


29 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Charles T. Hooper, 


29 


do 


Married 


do 






2 


James H. Tallman, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Charles H. Sampson, 


80 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Frederick Elliot, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






5 


Charles A. Coombs, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






6 


Thomas McFaddcn, 


33 


do 


Married 


do 






7 


Thomas G. Campbell, 


27 


do 


Single 


do 






8 


John A. Lord. 

MUSICIANS. 


39 


do 


Married 


do 
do 






1 


James Frank, 


41 


do 


do 








2 


Parker Adams. 

WAOONBB. 


33 


do 


do 


do 






1 


George W. Webb. 

FBI YATES. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Adams, John W. 


36 


do 


Married 


do 






2 


Arras, Thomas B. 


29 


do • 


Single 


do 






3 


Brown, William H. 


21 


do 


Married 


do 






4 


Brown, Henry Y. 


32 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Barton, George H. B. 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






6 


Bracklev, Eben R. 


22 


do 


Married 


do 






7 


Blasland, Frederick R. 


25 


do 


Single 


do 






8 


Bunker, Charles W. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Butler, Charles P. 


21 


Phipsbnrg 
Bath 


do 


do 






10 


Banks, William C. 


25 


do 


do 






11 


Blair, Lewis K. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






12 


Bowker, John R. 


20 


Phipsbnrg 


do 


do 






13 


Carver, Russell 


35 


Leeds 


do 


do 






14 


Cummings, Anthony 


31 


Bath 


Married 


do 






15 


Curtis, Timothy B. 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






16 


Donnell, George H. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






17 


Durgin, W. H. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






18 


Duncan, William H., 2d. 


30 


do 


Married 


do 






19 


Dinsmore, Darius 


33 


do 


Single 


do 


, 




20 


Elwell, James W. 


24 


do 


Single 


do 


Reg'l Hosp 




21 


Frazier, Allen 


21 


do 


do 


do 






22 


^ogg» William H. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Foley, John E. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Grassy, Joseph W. 
Greenleaf, Charles H. 


33 


do 


Married 


do 






25 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






26 


Glazier, George A. 


40 


do 


Married 


do 






27 


Hall, William G. 


24 


do 


Single 


do 






28 


House, Henry H. 
Henderson, Rodney 


36 


do 


Married 


do 






29 


29 


do 


do 


do 






30 


Hinckley, William B. 
Haley, John 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






31 


25 


Topsham 


do 


do 







APPKRDIX J>. 



128 



Volanteen, stadoned at Camp Howard, Va., expressing^ its oonditioo on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on tlM 

REUBEN SAWYER, Captain. 



■ PraoDen. i 

1 When ! 



l! 
2 
31 

4 
5 

ii 

3: 

4> 

S| 
6 

7i 

"i 

»l 



If 

II 

*t 

5 

?1 
•J 

10| 
IV 

13 

14i 



Deceased. 
Wbea. 



17 

18 

19 

S» 

21 

22' 

23 

24BiinRim 

25 

26 



27 



281 

30< 
31. 



Dweh'd. 
Wben. 



Sept 7 



Aug. 8 



July 12 



July 16 



Sept 24 



Aug. 5 



Bemarks. 



Recniiting in Maine. 

Transferred to Regimental Staff, Jane 4. 



Appointed 2d Lieutenant, Jane 20. 
Transferred to Co. B. 



Appointed Ser^^eant, July 1. 
Transferred to Co. D , Aug. 1. 
Appointed Sergeant, July 1. 
Transferred to Co. I., Aug. 2. 



Transferred to Regimental Band, Jane 4. 

U U « 11 



Deserted, Jaly 21. 



Appointed Corporal, Sept 1. 



Confined at Richmond. 



124 



ADJUTAKT-OENSRAL'S fiEPORT. 



Return of Company A, Third Regiment j (^Continued.^ 



NSOMS. 



Howard William C. 
Hotchioa, Reaben F. 
Hughes, William 
Hatch, Robert S. 
' rrabee, AllredP. 
Lombard, Joseph H. 
Lord, Martin Y. 
Lemont, Adam 
Lemont, Geom W. 
Look, James J. 
LeaTitt, Moses F. 
Little, John L. 
Longfellow, John B. H. 
Blann, Joseph 
Mor^^, Robert J. 
Morris, "Geoige 8. 
Newcomb, Jonathan Jr. 
Norton, Charles M. 
good, Charles N. 
Olirer, Wesley 
Prinee, Charles M. 
Preble, Edgar W. 
Parris William B. 
Ramsay, Edwm R. 
Raymond, John H. 
Rossell, Edwin A. 
Rook, James C. 
Ridley, John 
Spragne, Oilman S. 
Stone, Frederick W. 
Stilphen, Nathan 
Small, Henry S. 
Shephard, Franklin 
Shattnck, Levi P. 
Shaw, Edward P. 
Tnmer, Hiram A. 
Vaaghan, Darid N. 
Walker, John 
Wolston, John A. 
Watson, Charies T. 
Wright, George M. 
Erans, William A. 
Emery Angnstns F. 
Francis Page T. 
Stone, William M. 



29 Es^ex, Mass. 

22Phipsbnig 

21 Woolwich 

20 Bowdoinham 

29 Bath 

26| do 

23 do 

22' Brunswick 

19 Bath 



do 

do 

do 
Woolwich 
Bath 
18SyTacnse,N.Y. 



Bath 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Woolwich 
Bath 

do 

do 

do 
Phipsbnrg 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Wiscasset 
Bath 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Woolwidi 

do 
Phipshnrg 
Leeds 
Gardiner 



MtrrM 


MnvtofM 


or 


into 


Siafle. 


U.S. Sot. 


Married 


Jane 4 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ifarried 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 




do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Smgle 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



8ick. 
When. 



Kill 



Reg^Hosp 
Reg^Hosp 



Rcg'lHosp 
ReglHosp 



ReglHosp 



RcglHosp 



APPENDIX D. 125 

Return of Company A^ Third Regiment j ( Continued.^ 



!• 


PriMni«m. 
Wliwi 
takM. 


DeeMMd. 
When. 


INaebM. 

Whan. 


RMDRrin. 


32 
S3 










34 










35 










36 










37 






Aug. 3 




38 






Sept 8 




39 










40 










41 




Septs 






42 






* 




43 










44 










45 








• 


46 










47 










48 










49 










50 








Appointed Corporal, July 1. 


51 










52 










53 










54 










55 










56 










57 






Oct 17 




58 










59 










60 






► 




61 
63 






Sept 7 




63 










64 










65 










66 








67 
68 








Appointed Corporal, Scot 1. 


69 










70 










71 










72 






Jane 89 




73 










74 










75 










76 








Transferred from Co. C. 9th Maine, Oct. 7. 



128 



adjctant-gknbral's bbpobt. 



ReeapitulaHon of Company A, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Vdunteen. 




PreMnt k, AbMXiL 


Killed. 


PriMm- 
en. 


De- 

C«MOd. 


chaif ad. wrted. 


Tnos- 
femd. 






fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Tottl. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Ck>m. Officers 
Hii8iciaiis& Wagoner 
Private* 


2 
10 

S6 


7 




1 


1 


11 


1 


6 
6 


2 
10 

88 


Total 


68 


7 




1 


1 


11 


1 


95 



CkmdeMed Morning Report^ December let, 1861. 















PlBtl 


KT. 


















AlMlfT. 












Ow 


AK&XtT. 






Oif 






Sick. 


Spkcial 




Sick. 


Spkcial 










DUTT. 






Skkticx. 








i 








1 








i 






i 






s 






1 




1 


1 






5 


o 






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o 




e 


1 






1 

s 

s 

R 


o 




e 


E 
O 






s 


< 

s 


i 

m 
> 


i 

1 


! 

1 


j 


1 


i 


1 


1 


o 
1 

B 


1 ' 

s 


^ 


•J 
5 




, 


1 

1 
1 

8 


1 

1 


1 


■< 


• 

1 


l£ 


M. 
< 


5 


lis 


< 


6 


1 


2 


6i 


£ 


< 


5 


1 £ 


1 


£i 


< 


2 


11 


49 


62 






7 


7 




1 


3 








|S75 



Present Organization of the Company, 



Renben Sawyer 
2 John S. Wiggin 
GeoiigeW. 



Names. 



ey 



1 Abner W. Tamer 

2 George C. Hudson 

3 Lincoln Litchfield 

4 Charles T. Hooper 

5 Charles H. Sampson 

1 Thomas 0. Campbell 

2 Charles A. Coombs 
Thomas McFadden 

4 John A. Lord 
Charles N. Osgood 

6 Daniel N. Vanghan 

8 



Hiram A. Torner 
Timothy B. Cortis 

llWOUam M. Stone 



6 


KKnk. 


< 




39 


Captain 


31 


Ut Lieut. 


27 


2d Lieut. 


35 


Sergeant 


32 


do 


29 


do 


29 


do 


30 


do 


27 
24 


Corporal 
do 


33 


do 


39 


do 


25 


do 


23 


do 


22 


do 


23 


do 


18 


Drum'er 



RMidenee. 



Bath 
do 
do 

Bath 
do 
do 
do 
do • 

Bath 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Gardiner 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 



June 3 

do 
June 20 

April 22 

do 
June 4 

April 22 
June 4 

do 

do 

Sept. 1 
Oct. 7 



Remarks. 



128 



adjutant-qenbral's report. 



Betnrn of Capt. Edwia A. Bachelder, Company B, Third Regiment Infantrj, MaiiM 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the cfaangM that hara 
fourth day of Jane, 1861. WARREN COX, Orderly Sergeant. 



NaniM. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICBBS. 

1 Edwin A. Baebelder, 

2 Albert B. Hall, 
Edwin Bart. 

8EROEAHT8. 

1 yf%m^ Cox, 

S WilUam H. Briegs, 

3 Jacob P. MorriUT 

4 C. W. Gardner, 
Greo^ge W. Annable. 

CORPORALS. 

1 Charles C. Drew, 

2 William T. Smith, 

3 Albert H. Tirrell, 

4 James Q. Cummings, ' 

5 Everett M. Whitehoose, 
6llafu8 T. Crockett, 

7 Hannibal A. Johnson, 

8 Asa C. Rowe. 

MQSICIAXB. 

1 Augastus Jack, 

2 Alfred H. Wilson. 

WAGONER. 

1 Frank E. Sager. 

PRITATE8. 

1 Burbier, Frank 

2 Bacon, CaWin 

3 Bartlett, Geoi^ E. 

4 Bean, Cieorge M. 

5 Burns, James S. 

6 Barker, Enoch M. 

7 Call, Nathan H. 

8 Caswell, Francis M. 

9 Card, Lewis H. 
lO.Chasc, John F. 

1 1 Church, Horace, 

12 Clark, William O. 

13 Cram, Ansel H. 

14 Cromett, Greorge L. 
n Bagley, William 
16 Bean, Homer S. 
17Brown, L. S. 

18 Cross, Eugene W. 

19 Caldwell, William E. 

20 Cram, Benjamin J. 

^ 81 Cunningham, Richard 
22, Davis, Geoi^e 
23|Debino, Charles S. 
24, De vine, Joseph 
25 Fisk, Allen 
26|Folsom, Elias W. 
27 1 Fox, John 
28,Famham, Orrin G. 
29 Gannett, Frederick 
30l Gardner, Harry W. 
31 i Grant, Leonard J. 



Angnsta 
do 
do 

do 
Monmonth 
Readfield 
HalloweU 
Augusta 



26 do 

22 do 
22|Weymonth,Ms 
23! Manchester 
23JChina 
28 Aiu^ta 
20;HaUowell 

23 AngusU 



Gardiner 
Bowdoinham 

HalloweU 

Lewiston 

Sidney 

Augusta 

do 
W. Gardiner 
Troy 
Augusta 

do 
Brunswick 
Augusta 

do 
Belfast ' 
Mt. Vernon 
Augusta 
Clinton 
Augusta 
Readfield 
Vassal boro' 
Readfield 
Readfield 
Augusta 
Unity 
Augusta 

Fayette 
Augusta 

do 
Bath 
Augusta 
Haliowell 
Augusta 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


iDtO 


Single. 


U.aSer. 


Single 


June 4 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 




do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 




do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Btck. 
Wlien. 



KOM. 
Whea. 



APPENDIX D. 



129 



Ybltinteen, stationed at Camp Howard, Ya., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Companj since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

EDWIN A. BACHELDER, Captain. 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

30 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31t 



FriMNMn. 
Wb*B 



BnllBnn 



WbM. 



Nov. 28 



Jalyl 



Aug. 
Jolyl 



Dteeh^d. 
Whw. 



Ang. 21 



J one 23 



Jnne23 
Ang. 2 

Sept. 23 



Sept 23 



Kemarkf. 



Appointed Adjutant, Aug. 8. 
" " May 29. 



On account of lame ande. 

Promoted to Lieutenant, 13th Maine Vol. 

Promoted to Seigeant» July 28. 

Returned to ranks, Not. 8. 
Transferred to Regimental Band. 

Stricken from roll for misbehaTior. 



Deserted, Aug. 12, from Camp Fessenden. 
Appointed Corporal, July 7. Reduced to ranks, Sept. 1. 



(( « 



Deserted, Oct. 1. 
Appointed Corporal, Not. 8. 



180 



Al>JT7TANT-GBinERAI.'8 REPORT. 



Return of Compmy JB, Third Regiment, (^Continued.) 



NamM. 



32 Goodwin, Edwin 

33 Hobbs, Harrison D. 

34 Haskell, Abner 

35 Hatch, HartweU 

36 Horn, Eliiah 8. 

37 Jones, Jonn 

38 Leighton, Hanrey N. 

39 Leland, Ezra W. 

40 Ljron, William H. 

41 Kittridge, Orin 

42 Kelley, Major 

43 Merrill, Renel 

44 McDaTitt, WiUiam. Jr. 

45 McDonald, William 

46 Murphy, John W. 

47 MiUs, Allen W. 

48 McGregor, James W. 

49 Myrick, Samael A. 

50 Nason, William, Jr. 

51 Norris, Charies F. 

52 Packanl, Eben 

53 Partridge, Allen 

54 Pease, Thomas O. 

55 Piper, Greenlief G. 

56 Remick, Emerson 

57 Romrill, James C. 

58 Sanborn, Edw. W. 

59 Scales, Stephen M. 

60 Smith, Edward L. 

61 Stevens, Charles M. 

62 Selbing, Lewis 

63 Sparks, Winship 

64 Smith, Ivory G. 
6.'i Sedgley, Joseph 

66 Sedgley, Benjamin 

67 Thompson, Frank M. 

68 Thompson, Geot^ H. 

69 Trask, Rcuel W. 

70 Webber, Hermon S. 

71 Welch, Thomas H. 

72 Wentworth, Nathaniel 

73 Williams, George W. 

74 Winslow, Joseph F. 

75 White, Frank 

76 Wood, Seward A. 

77 Webber, William H. 

78 Donnell, Edwin P. 

79 Pierce, Edward C. 

80 Hyde, Robert 

81 Oliver, Eben F. 

82 Howe, David 
83'Pease, Daniel, Jr. 



Basldence. 



HaUoweU 
Clinton 
Readfield 
Augnsta 

do 

do 
Biddeford 
Manchester 
Richmond 



HalloweU 
Angnsta 

do 

do 

do 
Yassalboro' 
Angnsta 
Unity 
Angnsta 
Whitefield 
Angnsta 

do 

do 
Starks 
Augusta 
Bowdoinham 
Windsor 
Angnsta 
Smith villo 
Belgrade 
Angnsta 
Bowdoinham 

do 

do 

do 
Athens 
Angnsta 
Windsor 
Yassalboro' 
Angnsta 

Winthrop 
China 
Augnsta 
Winslow 
Lynn, Mass. 
24 1 Bath 

24 Augusta 
28 Brunswick 
33 j Woolwich 

25 Skowhegan 
25 'Augusta 



Married 


Miuterad 

Into 
U.8.8er. 


Sick. 


KIII«4. 


Sfnsle. 


When. 


WiML 


Single 


June 4 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


dcr 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do , 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






Married 


do 






do 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 


Washington 




do 


do 






Married 


do 
do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 




^ 


do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


Aug. 8 






do 


Oct, I 






Married Oct 7 






Single |Oct25 






Married 


July 4, 







APPENDIX D. 



181 



Betum of Company B, Third Regiment^ (^Continued.') 



iPriwmen. 
V VThen 
a; taken 

33 

35 

36 

srlBnllBon 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

53 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

6S 

63 

64 

65 

66 

6 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74,BanBiiii 

75 

76! 

78* 



Ball Ban 



79 
80 
81 1 
821 
831 



When. 



June 20 



DiKb'fL 
When. 



Sept 28 



Aug. 



Jane 



Not. 11 



Appointed Corporal, Sept 1. 



Appointed Corporal, Nor. 8. 



Appointed Corporal, Sept 1. 



Transferred from Co. A. Appointed Ut Licnt, Anjf.8 
App'd 2d Lieut, Aug. 8. Transferred from 10th Ma«8. 



182 



aojdtant-skkbbal's bbpobi. 



Recapitulation of Company B, Third Regiment Lifantry^ Maine Vobinteen. 




PraMDt&AbMnt. 




PriMn. 
en. 


0^ n;^ 1 rw. is**^ 






Pit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


KIIM. 




ClMI|»d. 


MitMl. feired. 


TolaL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Masicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

1 
52 


1 
1 
5 




1 
3 




4 
12 


S 


4 
1 • 


7 
18 

9 
7S 


Total • 


68 


7 




4 




16 


2 5 


101 



Condensed Morning Repartj December l<f, 1861. 




3 12 48 





Present Organization of the Compang. 














Date of 




i 


NanM. 


i 

< 


Rank. 




Bank or 

AppoiDl. 

meot. 

May 29 

Aug. 8 
do 


Xamaika. 




Edwin A. Bacheider 
Edw. P. DonneU 
Edward C. Pierce 


27 
24 
24 


Captain Angnsta 
IstLieatBath 
2dLieat Angnsta 


Trans, from Co. A. 

Transfored from 8th 

[Masa-VoL 




Warren Cox 
William H. Briggs 
Jacob P. Morrill 
Rufos G. Crockett 
Charles W. Gardiner 


28 
24 
18 
28 
23 


Sergeant Angnsta 
do Monmoath 
do Readficld 
do 'Angnsta * 
do .HaUoweU 


do 
July 28 
MayU 






Everett Bl Whitehoiue 
Hannibal A. Johnson 
William McDonald 
Joseph Sedglej 
Asa C. Rowe 
William McDaritt 
Emerson Remick 
Frederic Gannett 


23 
20 
26 
30 
23 
19 
18 
2L 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


China 

HalloweU 

Angnsta 

Bowdoinham 

Angnsta 

do 

do 

do 


MayU 

Sept. 1 
Nov. 8 

1 ^ 


• 




Augustas Jack 
Alfred H. Wilson 


39 
22 


Masieian 
do 


Gardiner 
(Bowdoinham 


May 30 
Jones 





134 



adjutanx-obnb&al's report. 



Betarn of Capt. William £. Janris, Company C, Third Regiment Infimtiy, Maine 
of December lst» 1861, together with a complete record of the changes thai hare 
fourth day of Jane, 1861. THOMAS J. NOTES, Orderly Sergeant. 



I 

COMMISSIONED OrFICBRS. 

1 William £. Janris, 

2 James M. Colson, 

3 George S. Andrews, 

8BBO BANTS. 

1 Moses S. Wadsworth, 

2 John S. Moore, 

3 Horatio N. Jarvis, 

4 Thomas G. Noyes, 

5 Samnel W. Kimhall. 

COBPOBALS. 

1 Henry P. Worcester, 

2 Benjamin F. Piocin, 

3 Westbrook Deane, 

4 George E. Grovor, 

5 Walter L. Boynton, 

6 Ellis W. Ayer, 

7 Melvin S. Hotchinson, 

8 Uabbard C. Smith, 

MUSICIANS. 

1 Leander C. Uinckley, 

2 Sidney Patten, 

WAOONBB. 

1 Hirsm E. Daris, 

PB1YATE8. 

1 Boynton, John G. 

2 Babb, Hiram 

3 Brann, Alvin 

4 Brookings, Daniel 

5 Bams, Michael 

6 Colbum, Hiram W. 

7 Chick, John 

8 Crawford, Parlin 

9 Dale Horace 

10 Dalton, John C. 

1 1 Dennis, John S. 

12 Emerson, James S. 

13 Fairbanks, Henry 

14 Fall, Hamden A. 

15 Fall, STlrester S. 

16 Foy, Charles H. 

17 Gardner, Charles 
18|Grant, Lewis E. 
IQiGrover, Lincoln 
20 Haskell, Riuel 

21 'Harlow, Jo!(cph C. 
22 i Heath, Andrew 
23 1 Heath, Willard R 
24 Horn, William 
25: Houghton, George M. 
26.Hont,8eth 
27:Hantington, William K. 
28' Hotchinson, Albion T. 
29'HatchinM>n, George H. 

30 Jordan, William 

31 Kimball, James W. 



Gardiner 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 
W. Gardiner 
E. Pittston 
Gardiner 

do 
W.Gardiner 

Gardmer 
do 



do 



19 E. Pittston 
25; W.Gardiner 
2rFarmingdale 
19 Pittston 
28 Gardiner 
1 18; Pittston 
,19!Monmoath 
'21|Gardiner 



17 do 
26 do 
43! do 
28'Chelsea 

18 W.Gardiner 

21 Gardiner 
19i do 

18! do 

19 Bowdoinham 
|25 Litchfield 
[26' Gardiner 
i20'Aa{nista 

'21 Aabnm 
f9 Whitefield 
19l do 
19 Gardiner 

22 do 
!23P.. Pittston 
^28 Litchfield 
(32 Gardiner 
26 do 

!I9, do 
i26i do 



Married 
or 

Single. 



Married 

do 
Single 

Alarried 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 

Single 
Married 

do 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

Single 
do 



Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


•Married 


do 


.Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


1 do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



MiMtend 

into 
CT.S.Ser. 



Jane 4 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



Married do 
Single do 
I do ( do 



Siek. 
Wbero. 



In Camp 



Killed. 
Wliea. 



APPBKDIX D. 



185 



Tolontean, itationed at Gamp Howard, Va., exprefsing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the aenrioe of the United States, on the 
GEORQE S. ANDREWS, Lieutenant Commanding. 



A 


Plicooen. 
WbeD 
Tak«D. 


Deceased. 
When. 


Dl»ch»d. 
When. 


Bamarki. 


1 






Oct 8. 




2 








Promoted to Captain, Oct. 8. 


3 






Oct. 12. 


** 1st Lieutenant, Oct 8. 


I 








Transferred to Refrimental Staff. 


2 








Promoted to 2d Lieatonant, Oct. 8. 


3 








1st Seigeaat, " 


4 
5 






Ang.8. 


DisahiUtj, 


1 
2 
3 








Promoted to Seigeant 








Reduced to Ranks. 


4 
5 
6 
7 








Reduced to Ranks. 








Reduced to Ranks. 


8 








Promoted to Sergeant 


1 
2 










1 






Aag.8. 


DisabUitj. 

• 


1 
2 








«• 


3 










4 










5 










S 








* 


7 










8 










9 










10 










11 










12 










13 










14 










15 










16 










171 








18 








19 






Dropped from roll at Augusta. 


20 






Dropped from roll at Augusta. 


21 










22 








* 


23 










24 










25 










26 




Datenn- 




Saidtohayedied, Jnl727. 


27 




koowQ. 






28 










29 








Deserted, July 31. 


30 










31 











186 



adjutantvobrkbal's kbpokt. 





Return of Company 


C, mrd Regiment J (Coniinued.^ 


i 


Namm» 


i 




Mairied 

or 
Bingle. 


Maiterad 

into 
U.8.8er. 


Sick. 


KniML 


32 


Landers, Benjamin 


23 


Litchfield 


Single 


Jnne4 






33 


Landers, Charles M. 


22 


DanWUe 


do 


do 


In Camp 




84 


Lawrence, Hiram L. 


23 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






35 


Leighton, William 


22 


Angnsta 


do 


do 






36 


Martin, Charles H. 


19 


Canaan 


do 


do 


Camp Ho8. 




37 


Maxcey, Danforth M. 


18 




do 


do 






38 


McLoad, Charles F. 


20 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






39 


Moody, Daniel M. 
Morrill, George T. 


32 


E. Pittston 


Married 


do 






40 


21 


Wucasset 


Single 


do 






41 


Morrill, Horace 


21 


W. Gardiner 


do 


do 






42 


Meader, Darias 


22 


Litchfield 


do 


do 






43 


Morrison, Joseph C. 


22 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






44 


Murray, Michael 
Neal, Lyman C. 


30 


do 


Married 


do 






45 


23 


Angnsta 


Single 


do 






46 


Newhall, John L. 


38 


Pittston 


do 


do 






47 


Nichols, George W. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






48 


Nndd, Ferdinand A. 


23 W. Gardiner 


do 


do 






49 


Packard, Almon J. 


26 


Gardiner 


Married 


do 






50 


Peacock, William H. 


24 


W. Gardiner 


Single 


do 






51 


Peacock, Cyru.^ S. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






52 


Perry, Joseph J. 
Plammer, S. B. 


19 


Litchfield 


do 


•do 






53 


1 8| Monmouth 


do 


do 






54 


Potter, Alnn A. 


23f 


Pittston 


do 


do. 






55 


Potter, David 


18 


do 


do 


do 






56 


Robinson. William H. 


29 


Gardmer 


do 


do 






57 


Sawyer, John, 1st 


31 


do 


do 


do 






58 


Sawyer, John, 2d 


24 


Westbrook 


do 


do 






59 


Spea, Joseph A. 


18 


E. Pittston 


do 


do 






«0 


Spear, Geoige F. 


26 


Gardiner 


Married 


do 






61 


Spear, Charles H. 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






62 


Stevens, Hiram B. 


45 


do 


Married 


do 


Camp Hos. 




63 


Stevens, Geoige W. 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






64 


Stewart, Joseph W. 
Stnrtevant, William H. 


19 


E. Pittston 


do 


do 






65 


22 Gardiner 


do 


do 


Alexandria 




66 


Thompson, An 


39; W. Gardiner 


Married 


do 






67 


Trask, Franklin 


20 


Pittston 


Single 


do 






68 


Wakefield, Stephen D. 


23 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






69 


Walker, Nathan N. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






70 


Washbom, George M. 


26 


do 


do 


do 






71 


Weeks, Orrin H. 


26 


do 


do 


do 






72 


Welch, Charles H. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






73 


Wight, William 
Williams, James F. 


45 


do 


Married 


do 






74 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






75 


Winslow, Charles B. 


25 


do 


Married 


do 






76 


Quint, Nathan E. 


23 


do 


Single 


do* 






77 


Tobey, William H. 


18 


Bath 


do 


do 







APPSmOIZ D. 



187 



Retmm of Company C, Third Regiment ^ (^CotUumedJ) 



S2i 
83 
S4 
35 
36 
37 
38 
89 
40 
41 
42 
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 
77t 



Tak0D. 



BQllRmi 



DecMMd. 
WImo. 



Ang. 
Oct 17. 

Aug. 21 



DischM. 
When. 



Disability. 



Diubility. 
DiiabUi^. 

Deserted, Sept 2. 
DisftbUity. 



K«iaarkm 



Dropped from roU st Aogiut*. 



10 



18$ ADJirCAHT-amRAL'S REPORT. 

ReeapUldatUniofCompaMjf (7, Tkiti RegimerU Brfimtry^ McdnB Vobmteers. 





PrsMot it, AbMiL 




Prim- 
en. 


D»- 


Am- 


• n. 


T^ 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Biek. 


KQM. 


ewied. cfaarfed. aerted. 


1 


NoD-Com. Officers 
Hnndttis 4 Wagoner 
Priratet 


9 
9 

S 
58 


5 




1 


5 


s 

1 
I 

4 


2 


1 
3 


4 
11 

3 
78 


Total 


71 


5 




1 


5 18 2 


4 1 96 



TlM priratM madud Tnuutend, aewr w«rt ftoai Aagnsta widi tbe eonpiajr. 



Condetued Morning Report^ December liL, 1861. 











Fromt. 














AHljTt. 




F«Jt 1>DTT* 


SiCK, 






1 


Sick. 


Brcci^ 


1 

1 

< 
1 


1 




< 




1 


< 


^ 


:i 




1 


1 
I 




g 

I: 


i! 

.11 


s 


BbO 


60 


! B 8 1 l' t| 


1 1 








. 1 


1 



I 



176 



Present Organixaticn of the Company, 



1 

2 George S. Aiflrewf 

3 John S. Moore 



Thomas J. Nojes 
Horatio N. Jarris 
Henrj P. Worcester 
Hobhard C. Smith 



1 George E. Grorer 

2 Lewis E. Grant 

3, Benjamin F. Piodn 
4 Ellis W. Ajer 
5»Natha]i E. Quint 



IstLient 
;2d Lient. 

Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 

Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Date of 
Kaakor 
AppoiBt- 



Gardiner 
do 

Gardiner 
do 
do 
do 



Oct 3 
do 

Oct. 3 

do 

do 

do 



W.Gardiner Oct. 3 

Litchfield do 

Gardiner I do 

do I do 

do * do 



Commanding Co. 



140 



ADJTTTAirr-GENERAL'S RBPOBT. 



Betnm of Capt C. A. L. Sampson, Company D, Third Begiment In&ntiy, Ifaiaa 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that hava 
foarth day of Jime, 1861. WILLIAM H. HIGGINS, Oideriy Seigeant. 



Nmmat. 



COMMIB8IONSD OFFICEB8. 

1 C. A. L. Sampson. 
S William H. Watson, 

3 Warren R. Mattson. 

BSBOSAirTS. 

1 Benjamin Stimpeon, 

2 William H. Higgins, 
8 Moses O. Crafts, 

4 Alirod S. MerriU, 

5 Otis W. Williams. 

CORPORALS. 

1 WoodbaiT Hall, 
S Warren A. Mattson, 
8 Charles W. ConiUiard, 

4 Eben S. Allen, 

5 Francis Lightbody, 

6 Charles H. Stimpson, 

MDSICIAN8. 

1 Warren W. Goad, 

2 Charles B. Elliot. 

WAOOITBR. 

1 Lyman P. Wildes. 

FRITATB8. 

1 Adams, Daniel 

2 Allen, Ivory T. 

3 Appleby, Levi 

4 Brown,' Thomas A. 

5 Brackley, Oliver F. 

6 Brown, George S. 

7 Berry, Charles E. 

8 Brown, Bambridge P. 
2 Bliss, George F. 

10 Carlisle, Miles 

11 Charch, William 

12 Crooker, James L. 

13 Campbell, Archibald 
U Carleton, Jotham S. 

15 Collins, James W. 

16 Dnnton, Hartley K. 

17 Darham» Charles R. 

18 Dorgin« Isaac 

19 Dickson, Richard 

20 Dodge, Stephen A. 

21 Eaton, Dexter 

22 Fletcher, James 

23 Farnham, Tamer 

24 Farnham, Qeoige 

25 Glass, Moses 

26 Getchell, John Q. 

27 Getchell, Nelson R. 

28 Gilpatrick, Nathaniel 

29 Higgins, Josiah M. 

30 Harrington, William K. 

81 Higgins, Samnel M 

82 H^ Samnel M. 
33 Hall, Thomas P. 





Married 




R«ddMiee. 


or 


into 




made. 


U.8.8W. 


Bath 


Married 


Jane 4 


do 


do 


.do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Phipsburg 


do 
do 


do 
do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Woolwich 


Married 


do 


Bath 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Topsham 


Single 


do 


Bowdomham 


do 


do 


Bath 


Smgle 


do 


Bath 


Married 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Bowdoinham 


do 


do 


Bath 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Bowdoinham 


do 


do 


Dresden 


do 


do 


Bath 


Biarried 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Woolwich 


Single 


do 


Bath 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Woolwich 


Single 


do 


do 


d6 


do 


Bath 


Married 


do 


Woolwich 


Single 


do 


Bath 


Married 


do 


Bowdoinham 


Single 


do 


West Bath 


do 


do 


Bath 


Married 


do 


do 


do * 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Woolwich 


Single 


do 



sick. 
Wbon. 



Hospital 
In Qnarters 

InQnarters 



APPEHDIX D. 



141 



Vblmiteen, stationed at Camp Howard, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

LIEUT. WM. H. WATSON, Commanding. 



i 


rlUMNMIla 

WhM 


WlMn. 


DtKbM. 
Wben. 


JlemaAa. 


1 








Acting Major. 




s 








Commanding Company. 


k 


3 






Aug. 2 


DisabUity. 




1 






Sept SI 


Disabaity. 




S 
3 






Sept 18 


Appointed Ist Sergeant, Sept 21. 
Wounded at Bull Run, 




4 








Acting 1st Lieutenant. 




ft 








Appointed 4th Seigeant, Sept 21. 




1 








Appointed 2d Sergeant, Sept 21. 


, 


S 




• 




" 5th " " 




3 
4 
5 








Reduced to ranks, Sept 1. 


'. 


e 
r 












2 












1 












1 












S 

3 
4 






Sept 23 


By special order No. 69. 








Oct 31 


DisabiUty. 




9 

6 
7 






Aug. 2 


DisabUity. 




8 












9 












10 












11 












12 






July — 


Disability. 




13 












14 












15 






Ang. 8 


Disability. 




16 








f 




17 






July — 


DisabUity. 




18 












19 












20 












21 












22 












23 












24 












25 












2« 












27 












28 












29 












30 






Ang. 9 


DisabUity. 




31 








Appointed Corporal, Sept 1. 




32 








* 




83 













142 



ABJIITANT^nBRAL'S REPORT. 



Eehtm of Compamf D, Third Megiment, (^Comlkmed.} 



34 Harrington, Frederiak B. 
3$ Jameson, James 

36 Kirkpatrick, James A. 

37 Kennison, Albion 

38 Lindsey, WOliam W. 

39 Lakin, John 

40 Leonard, Solon 

41 Learitt, Abijah 

4S Mclntire, Josiah K. 

43 Mclntire, Joseph H. 

44 Merry, Samoel B. 

45 Mclntire, Tallman I* 
4€ Menr, Albert S. 

47 McKmnon, Allen 
43 Mulligan, Alexander 

49 Pratt, Gnsums D. 

50 Peaslee, Leonard 
ftl fVnnr, Stephen B. 
5S Parringtott, Joseph E. 

53 PettingUl, Stephen F. 

54 PanhlcT, John R. 

55 Ring, Darid 

56 Stewart, Charles • 

57 Shaw, ThooMS, Jr. 
5S Stilphen, Albert Q. 

59 Sanborn, Robert F. 

60 Stewart, Andrew H. 

61 Shaw, Henrj H. 

62 Stinson, Edward C 

63 Snell, Charles F. 

64 Sanborn, Martin E. 

65 Sedgelej, Nathan W. 

66 Stin»oD, John F. 

67 Tibbets, James F. 

68 Trask, Williaa T. 

69 Trail, Chariss E. 

70 Thompson, Asa C. 

71 Trott, Thomas T. 

7a WiUiams, Meirille C. 

73 Wakefield, Jeremiah 

74 Wildes, Daniel BL 

75 Tallman, James H. 

76 Williams, Daniel 
77lLeach, Weils H. 



& 


■■■id— c>. 


MarTMd 

or 


taiio 


.< 




«Mi«. 


V.B^Om. 


•27 


Bath 


Married 


Jnne4 


24 


do 


Single 


do 


23 


do 


do 


do 


.30 


do 


Married 


do 


21 


do 


Single 


do 


'41 


do 


Mairied 


do 


131 


Woolwieh 


do 


do 


21 


HarpsweU 


Single 


do 


20 


Bath 


do 


do 


i*» 


do 


do 


do 


'30 


Woolwich ^ 


Married 


do 


31 


^3^ 


Sii«le 
Married 


do 
do 


r»4 


do 


do 


do 


36 


do 


do 


do 


'31 


do 


do 


do 


26 


do 


do 


do 


=40 


do 


do 


do 


128 


do 


do 


do 


25 


do 


do 


do 


121 


do 


Single 


do 


18 


do 


do 


do 


39 


do 


Married 


do 


1^ 


do 


do 


do 


I22 


Dresden 


Single 


do 


i38 


Bath 


do 


do 


|18 


do 


do 


do 


120 


Woolwich 


do 


do 


122 


do 


do 


do 


118 


Bath 


do 


do 


120 


do 


do 


do 


j3l 




Married 


do 


|18 


Bath 


Singfe 


do 


123 


do 


3Iarried 


do 


|19 


do 


Single 


do 


21 


do 


do 


do 


I*** 


do 


Macried 


do 


23 


W^oolwtti 


do 


do 


125 


Bath 


do 


do 


121 


do 


Single 


do 


\^ 


do 


Mar^ 


do 


!«3 


do 


do 


do 


'44 

.22 


^sr 


do 
Single 


do 
do 



JvIjSl 



Aj^vma ]>• 



U» 



JUiurm of Campaup Dj TkM Regiment^ iContimtd.^ 



34 

35 
36 
87 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
SO 
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 



WlMI 

TUm. 



Wben. 



Aug. 21 



Sept 23 



DiMbM. 
Wben. 



July — 



Aug. 6 



July — 



Aug. 2 
Sept 21 



Sept 28 



Appointed CorporairS<Bpt 1. 



Jane — 
Jm4 — 



ftamaiks. 



Disability. 

Appointed Corporal, Ang. 1. 

Appointed Corporal, Sept 21. 
Disability. 



Disability. 



Disability. 
Disability. 



By special order No. 69. 



Appointed Corporal, Sept 1. 
Promoted to QnartetMaster, Sept 1. 
Disability. 
DiiabiUty. 



144 ADJirZAHT-aiSllKRAL'S BBFORT. 

SeeapUulaiian of Can^pan^ D, Third Eegimeni Infantry j Maine VolunieerM. 





mttlttUt wt ADSVBla 




Prtooo- 


n^ ' Dm- 


TWi. 


Tf — ' 




Fit foe 
Datjr. 


Sick. 


Kitted. 


MB. oMMd. chaifed. Mfftad. tend. ^^'^ 

1 ' . i ' 


Koo-Com. OfBcen 
Mosicbuis & Wagoner 


1 
9 

S 
52 


« 


1 




1 1 

! * 

S ' 15 




1 S 
11 

s 

I 76 


Total 


65 1 6 


1 


1 S 18 ' 1 93 



Condensed Morning Report, December let, 1861. 













pBSSBirr. 












i 




ASSBHT. 














1 


Ov 




Fom DuTT. 


Bicv. 




, Bice. 


BrsciAi. 
Bbbtick. 








S 








^1 




^ 






e 




i 


jj 






i\ 


>!' 




S 








S ' 




g 






• 






1 


• 






:; 


< 


i 


I 






e 


li • 




11 




1 


O 

"2 




^ 


'i 


o 








o 


g 






o 


g ' 




o 


o 


s 

9 




r '^ 


§ 




o 




11': 

II 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 i 

• m 
s > 


1 


"^ 


.1 


i 


S 

> 


li 


1 


i 

> 


1 

s y 

B 6 


1 

> 


6 




£< 


s 


1 £1^13 1 


£ a 


|!£ ^'J 


:! 


E 


■3.i 


0,|< < 


2|l3 44 59 




1 e! » ' 


8 


1 iesi^ 










2i 3 71 



Present Organization of the Compang* 




Francis Ligfatbodj 
Charles H. StinpsoB 
Samuel B. Merry 
Henry H. Shaw 
Samoel M. HiegiBS 
Frederick B. Harrrngton 

7|Dan]el B. Wildes 

8 Albert 8. Merry 



146 



adjotant-oxstbral's bepobt. 



Betarn of Capt John M. Nash, Company E, Third B^iiment In&iitrj, 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of tiie changes that haTC 
firaith day of Jane, 1861. OEORQE 8. FULLER, Orderly Sergeant. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

IS 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

SO 

SI 

22 

23 

S4 

S5 

26 

S7 

28 

29 

80 

81 



COMMISSIOHBD OFFICBB8. 

1 John U. Nash, 

2 John W. Sanborn, 
Gorham S. Johnson. 

BBRGKANT8. 

Qeoiige O. Getchell, 
George S. Foller, 
George A. Nve, 
Henry A. Albee, 
George O. RasselL 

CORPORALS. 

llJackflon M. Libbey, 
Charles M. Banley, 
John F. Hobbs, 

4Samael Wanno&ky, 

5 Stephen Rnssell, 

6 George H. Sampson, 

7 Elijah Allen, Jr. 

8 William F. Richards. 

MUBICIAHS. 

Angnstns L. Dunn, 
Frank B. Howe. 

WAOOVER. 

Hemy S. Carrier. 

PRITATSS. 

Allen, Thomas S. 
Atherton, Horatio N. 
Boswell, Albert S. 
Bragg, William F. 
Boms, Hagh 
Booker, William H. 
Bargess, Erastos B. 
Bryant, John W. 
Bailey, Jeremiah C. 
Bailey, George W. 
Brown, William H. 
Cheat, Horace E. 
Calaghan Daniel 
Choat, James S. 
Chamberlain, George L. 
Colcord, Edwin A. 
Carter, Henry C. 
Carr, Joseph D. 
Crosby, Rodney 
Charch, Nathaniel G. 
Clough, George 
Cunningham, Almond 
Douglass, George F. 
Dalton, Charles J. 
Dearborn, George H. 
Dodge, Charles M. 
Emerson, Haxen H. 
Emenon, William J. 
Emery, Jacob 
Francis, George A. 
Gilman, Charies C 



do 

do 

do 

do 
St. Albans 

do 
Bowdoin 
20HaUoweU 



HalloweU 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 

do 

Bowdoin 
HalloweU 

do 

do 

do 
Chelsea 
HalloweU 

do 
W. Gardiner 

do 
Vassalboro' 
HalloweU 

do 

do 

do 
Farmingdale 

HalloweU 

Albion 

Augusta 

Ganliner 

Washington 

HalloweU 

Chelsea 

HaUoweU 

do 

do 

do 
China 
HaUoweU 

do 



Married 


MuatOTod 


or 


into 


BinKle. 


0.8. Ser. 


lianied 


Jnne4 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 



Biefc. 
Wbeie. 



In Camp 



Alexandria 
In Camp 

In Camp 



In Camp 
In Camp 



Wh 



AffUMZ 9. 



147 



YolsQleaa, Jtatknwd at Cuap Howird, Va., ezpuMii^g iu ooadttion ea tiie monuog 
token place in ihe Compeny since it entered the senrice of the United Statee, on the 

GORHAM S. JOHNSON, Ciqitain. 



When 



1 
9 
3 

1 
S 
3 
4 
5 

1 

S 

3 

4 

5 Ball Bon 

6 

7 

8 

1 
3 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

90 

SI 

22 

93 

24' 

95 

96 

27 

98 

99 

3a 

31 1 



July 80 
Jo^SO 



[known. 
Date on- 
Sept. 17 



Diach'd. 

yvhuL 



BesignatioB. 
Resignation. 
Psomoted to Captain, July 31. 

Promoted to 9d Lientenant^ Jaly 31. 

" Ut Seigeant, " 
Tnoefened to Qnarter-Haflter's Depaitment 



Promoted to dd Seigeaot, Jaly 81. 



Promoted to 9d Oorpoial, Jaly 31. 

Not mastered in. 
Tiansferred to band, Jane 



Sept 18 



Sept 18 



Sept 



Promoted to Ut CkMrponl, JaW 31. 
Disability. 



DisaMIity. 



Promoted to 6th Corporal, Jaly 81. 
Disability. 



148 



ADJDTANT-aBNBRAL'S RBPORT. 



Return of Company JE?, Third Regiment ^ ( Chntinued.^ 



i 


Names. 


& 


lU-d-c 


Married 
or 

Single. 


MuHered 

into 
U.S.8er. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
Whea. 


32 


Goald, Orlando 


20 


HaUowell 


Single 


June 4 


In Camp 




33 


Gilman, George W. 


28 


do 


Married 


do 






34 


George, Sherburne B. 


20 


do 


Single 


do 


Alexandria 




35 


Gilman, Charies F. 


21 


Monmouth 


do 


do 






36 


Gilman, Weston 


21 


HalloweU 


do 


do 






37 


Heath, William W. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






38 


Hodges, William H. . 
Hitchcock, Hartley D. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






39 


19 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






40 


Heath, Beael M. 


19 


HalloweU 


do 


do 






41 


Howard, James T. 


30 


do 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




42 


Habbard, George W. 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






43 


Keenan, Thomas 


20 


do 


do 


do 






44 


Leighton, James 


26 


do 


do 


do 






45 


Leighton, Silas F. 


82 


Manchester 


Married 


do 






46 


Leach, Lyman E. 


32 


nXweU 


Single 


do 






47 


I^aghton. Waiiam E. 


26 


d^ 


do 






48 


Morrill, George 0. 
Mariner, Wilfiam E. 


23 


do 


Married 


do 






49 


22 


Augusta 
HalloweU 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




50 


Morrill, Charles C 


18 


do 


do 






51 


Mathews, William E. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






52 


Nye, J. Edwin 


21 


do 


do 


do 






53 


Patten, William B. 


20 


Dubuque 


do 


June 27 






54 


Rogers, Charles B. 


19 


HaUowell 


do 


June 4 






55 


Ronnells, Sanford E. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






5G 


Sweetland, Seth 


20 


Farmingdale 


do 


do 






57 


Sweetland, Frank 


18 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 
do 




58 


Smith, Richard D. 


40 


HalloweU 


Married 


do 




59 


Sampson, Gnstayns B. 


21 


St. Albans 


Single 


do 






60 


Spragne, Allen H. 


18 


do 


dS 


do 






61 


Sampson, Cyras G. 


18 


do 


do 


do 




July 21 


62 


Swanton, Henry A. 
Simmons, Stephen H. 


27 


HalloweU 


do 


do 






63 


19 


do 


do 


do 






64 


Steyens, Eben S. 


21 


do 


do 


June 27 






65 


Turner, Otis H. 


21 


St Albans 


do 


June 4 






66 


Thombe, Edmund 


18 


China 


do 


do 






67 


Watson, Cbaries H. 


21 


HalloweU 


do 


do 






68 




19 


do * 


Married 


do 






69 


Wentworth, Reuben A. 


29 


do 


do 


do 






70 


Weymouth, Francis H. 


37 


do 


do 


do 






71 


Weeks. Noah F. 


34 


do 


do 


do 






72 


Woodbridge, Geoi^ S. 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






73 


Weymouth, George 


25 


China t 


Married 


do 






74 


Gage, Hiram D. 


21 












75 


Lee, Samuel P. 


28 


NewYorit 


Single 


July 31 






76 Bancroft, Charles 


31 


HalloweU 


Married 


July 16 






77 


Tobey, Charles 


23 


do 


Single 


July 6 







AI^KNDIZ D. 



149 





Return of Company JB, Third Regiment j ( Continued.^ 


i 


Pnw>B6n. 
Wbm 


DeceaMd 
When. 


Diich*fL 
Wlieiu 


Remarki. * 


32 
S3 






Sept 27 


By Special Order No. 69. 


34 










35 










36 










37 
33 






Sept 18 


Disability. 


39 




• 


June 


Diaability. 


40 










41 










42 








Deserted, en ronte to Washington. 


43 










44 






Sept 18 


Disability. 


45 










46 






A«g.6 


Disability. 


47 










48 










49 










50 










51 










52 










53 










54 










55 








t 


56 










57 






* 




58 










59 




Sq>t 






60 


Bull Bun 








61 










62 










63 










64 










65 






Aug. 10 


Disability. Sun stroke. 


66 






Oct 30 


DtsabUity. 


67 






Sept 25 


By Special Order Ko. 69. 


68 










69 






Sept 25 


By Special Order Ko. 69. 


70 










71 










72 






Sept 27! By Special Order No. 69. 


73 








Promoted, to Corporal, July 31. 


74 










75 








Appointed 1st Lieatenant, Joly 31. 


76 










77 






Sept 27 


By Special Order No. 69. 



150 ADJDTAllT^nSRAIv'S BKPO&t. 

ReeapU^daiiM of OmtpomgE^ Third Beginu^ 





PVMMtlkAbMM. 




«. 


CMMd. 


cb^ 


V9-^ 


fain4. 






Fit for 1 jM-«- 




TttA 


Noo-Ccmh. OAcen 
M«iflickuis& Wagoner 
PtiTMei 


3 
19 

I 
43 11 


1 


1 


3 
1 


3 
13 


1 


1 
3 

1 


S 
IS 

3 
73 


Todd 


58 i 19 


1 1 1 


3 


15 


1 


4 


95 


Oomdauod Ifomtng Report, December lei, 1861. 



PlBSBWr. 



Fom DoTT. 



312 



56 



Oir 
SraciAL 

DUTT» 






Abbut. 



Oi 



6 

1:1 £ 



Amsiit. 



Sick. 



S^CIAI. 
SSBTICB. 



1 



681 



o 

§ 
8 

11 

I 8 



1 

1:1 



Preeent OrgemixaHon of^ Compeaiy. 



5|Ji 

n 



Gorham 8. Johnson 
Samnel P. Lee 
Geoige 0. GetchaH 

Geoi^ 8. Pnller 
Renry A. Albee 
George O. Ratflell 
'Charles M. Bnnley 
'aclcson M. Libhey 



. Thomas 8. Allen 
9!William F. Richards 
Stjohn F. Hobbs 
4t8iimael Wannoiskj 
5'eHjah Allen, Jr. 
6«JoMph D. Cwr 
7IQeorgeW«ntworth 



Captam 
miiient. 
9d Lient. 

Seif^outt 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 





Date of 






Sank or 

Appotal- 

meat. 


■-^ 


Hallowcll 


JaJy 31 


Prom, from 9dLlea& 


N. T. City 


do 


Prom.&railstSei;^. 


Hallowell 


do 


Haflowon 


July 31 


From, nom 9a Scf^. 


do 


do 


•« ** 4th •• 


do 


do 


« 5th " 


do 


do 


* SdCorp. 


do 


do 


U 4C Irt « 


Bowdoin 


Anir.7 


Prom, from Pritaftn. 


Hallowell 


d^ 


•• « 8thC(Hi». 


do . 


Jone4 


Appointed. 


do 


do 


« 


Dowdoin 


July 81 


Prom, from 7th Corp. 


HatloweU 


Aug. 7 


" FHmte. 


China 


do 


U «( •* 



152 



adjtjtant^eneral's bsport. 



B«tiini of Cq>t. Elbridge G. SsTag^ Companj F, Third Begiment Infiuitiy, UMiB» 
of December Itt, 1861, togeUier widi a complete record of the chaoges that have 
fourth day of Jane, 1861. CHAS. A. HILL, Orderlj Setgeaiit. 



1 


NamM. 


1 


lUsidMiea. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Miutnwf 

loto 
U.8.8er. 


Bick. 
When. 


nned. 

Wbea. 

• 




GOMMIBBIOirED OFFICBBS. 














1 


Elbridge G. Savage, 
Royal B. Steams, 


47 


Solon 


Married 


Jane 4 






2 


30 


Skowhegan 


Single 


do 






3 


Etoniy Jl. Boyce. 

BBROEAKTS. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Charles A. HiU, 


22 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Jefferson Savage, 


22 


Madison 


do 


do 






3 


Anson B. Mofnsonf 


21 


Skowhegan 


do 


do 






4 


James A. Later, 


21 


do 


Married 


do 






5 


Samuel L. Gilman. 

CORPORALS. 


32 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Snmner P. Boies, 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


Domont Bnnker, 


22 


do 


do 


do 






3 


William H. Macey, 
Benjamin H. Hall, 


2.3 


Melrose 


do 


do 






4 


21 


Starks 


do 


do 






5 


John W. Thompson, 


26 


Moscow 


Married 


do 






6 


John C. Bore, 


27 


lodastry 


Single 


do 






7 


Angostns H. Cook, 


22 


Athens 


do 


do 






8 


Charles T. Tattle. 


22 


do 


do 


do 








MnSIGXAN. 














1 


Wanen Seavey. 

WAOOHER. 


51 


Anson 


Married 


do 






1 


William Keef. 

PRXTATE8. 


19 


Skowhegan 


Single 


do 






1 


Andrews, Gilman 


24 


Moscow 


Single 


do 






2 


Atwood, Hnfns B. 


18 


Fair6eld 


do 


do 






3 


Banker, Darius 


22 


Athens 


do 


do 






4 


Blagden, Corrdon C. 
Bray, Asa W. 


SO 


Skowhegan 


Married 


do 






5 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






6 


Baigess, Geoige H. 


21 


Comville 


do 


do 






7 


Bargess, Weston 


21 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






8 


Cole, Amos H. 


19 


Starks 


do 


do 






9 


Chapman, Robinson 


19 


do 


do 


do 






10 


Chase, Henry H. 


21 


Skowhegan 
Forks. PL 


do 


do 






11 


Dargin, Joseph P. 
Dnnlap, William L. 


36 


Married 


do 






12 


22 


Starks 


Single 


do 






13 


Dargin, John H. 


26 


Forks, PL 


Married 


do 






14 


Datton, Hendrick A. K. 


22 


Abbot 


Single 


do 






15 


Davis, Norris A. 


18 


Pittofield 


do 


do 






16 


Emery, D. W. 


21 


Fairfield 


do 


do 






17 


Fish, John L. 


20 


Starks 


do 


do 






18 


Frost, John F. 


21 


Skowhegan 


do 


do 






19 


Fowler, George W. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






20 


Fish, Danville F. 


26 


do 




do 






21 


Greenleaf, Alphens S. 


28 


Starks 


Single 


do 






22 


Greenleaf, Benjamin L. 


38 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Gardiner, John H. 


31 


Skowhegan 


Married 


do 






24 


Grant, Franklin 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






25 


GetcheU, Charles 


28 


Anson 


do 


do 






26 


Hodgdon, Alonxo 


20 


Skowhegan 


,do 


do 




. 


27 


Hannewell, Heman, Jr. 


SO 


Solon 


Married 


do 






28 


Hamlin, Henry C. 


36 


Skowhegan 


do 


do 






29 


Heald, Frank 


35 


Lewiston 


do 


do 




, 


30 


Hanson, Samnel 


18 


Skowhegan 


Single 


do 






31 


Jadkins, M. V. B. 


21 


Athens 


do 


do 


In Camp 




32 


Kincaid, Warren J. 


22 


ComviUe 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



158 



VdlaiiMera, tutioned at Camp Howard, Ya^ expressing its condition on the morninf 
I place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

WILLIAM C. MORGAN, Captain. 



^ 


PliMmen. 
Wten 
tekM. 


WbM. ' 


DiMhM. 

WiMO. 


SeiDMrki. 


1 

2 
3 






Sept 11 
Not. 4 
Ang.3 


Resigned. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


July 21 






Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, Ang. 4. 
Confined at New Orleans. 
Reduced to Corporal, Sept 6. 


I 

3 

4 






Ang. 10 


Reduced to ranks, June 24. 
'« athisrequest, Dec. 1. 


5 
6 

7 






Jnly 15 


Now in 9th Maine. 


4 

8 
1 




Ang.2 






1 






Ang. 10 


* 


1 

2 






Sept 12 




3 
4 
5 






Sept 24 




6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

IS 


Jalj21 


Sept 26 




Appointed Corporal, Sept 1. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Appointed Corporal, Sept 1. 
« Sergean^ » 


14 
15 
16 
17 
18 




Sept 15 




Appointed Sergeant, Sept 1. 


19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
2« 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 






Not. 25 
Sept 16 

i: 


• 



154 



ADJUTANT-OBNBRAL'a REPORT. 



Return of Company F, Third Regiment^ ( ConHimed.^ 



I 


NaiDM. 


< 




3d 


Keef, Georgo 


22 


Fairfield 


34 


KendHll, Orren 


21 


Clinton 


35 


Luce, Alsbnry 


18 


Norridgewock 


36 


Laml)ert, James, Jr. 


21 


Skowhegan 


37 


Linncll, Lyman M. 
Meader, William F. 


21 


do 


38 


20 


Starks 


39 


Maxim, William H. H. 


20 


Norridgewock 


40 


McDennard, Simeon S. 


23 


Skowhegan 


41 


Maxwell, Charles M. 


26 


Canaan 


42 


Mayo, Hosca K. 


18 


Fairfield 


43 


Nason, Ora M. 


21 


Clinton 


** 


Otis, Henry 


22 


Bingham 


45 


Putnam, John 


21 


Dead Riycr 


46 


Packard, Georve R. 


20 


Parkman 


47 


Putnam, William F. 


19 


Dead Riyer 


48 


Pierce, James W. 


43 


Carratunk 


49 


Pratt, Charles H. 


20 


Benton 


50 


Rich, George F. 


23 


Skowhegan 


51 


Rand, James H. 


33 


do 


52 


Robinson, Dean S. 


22 


Sebec 


53 


Russell, Asa 


21 


Skowhegan 


54 


Ru^^ell. Charles B. 


19 


do 


55 


Raokliff, Wjlliam J. 


21 


Fairfield 


56 


Randall, Ellis M. 


20 


Anson 


57 


Steward, George W. 


18 


Skowhegan 


58 


Squires, Frank C. 


21 


Comyille 


59 


Sylvester, Darius W. 


22 


Skowhegan 


60 


Smith, Perley 


20 


Anson 


61 


Svmons, Hemy P. 


19 


Skowhegan 


62 


Sally, Frank 


19 


Lexington 


63 


Steyens, John H. 


30 


Canaan 


64 


Savage, Brooks D. 


19 


Skowhegan 


65 


Swan, Henry B. 
Swan, Franklin 


19 


Anson 


66 


22 


do 


67 


Shattnck, Lake 


19 


Madison 


68 


Thompson, Erastiu 


22 


Solon 


69 


Tantish, John, Jr. 


21 


Skowhegan 


70 


Taylor, Jonas 


20 


Norridgewock 


71 


Taylor, Alfred 


21 


do 


72 


Vamey, John W. 


22 


Fairfield 


73 


Williamson, Luther A. 


38 


Starks 


74 


Woodworth, William H. 


18 


Smithfield 


75 


Wing, George 8. 


21 


Skowhegan 


76 


Weston, William H. 


20 


do 


77 


Wilson, Young 


24 


do 


78 


Young, Cyrus S. 
Cheney, William P. 


25 


Athens 


79 


46 


Skowheiran 


80 


Morgan, William C 


30 Comville I 


81 


Dean, Lather 


22 


Madison 1 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 
Single 


U.S.8er. 


Jane 4 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 




do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


Oct. 19 


Single 


Jane 5 



In Camp 



In Camp 
Annapolis 

In Camp 



NorridgewlL 
In Camp 



In Camp 



Killed. 
Wben. 



APPIBTDIZ D. 



16S 



Rehim of Company F, TTiird Regiment, (^Coniimied.^ 



i 


Prwonen. 
Wb«n 
ukeo. 


WlMD.' 


DiMh*d. 

Wk«ii. 


Bemukt. 


33 










S4 










35 










96 










37 








Not mnstered in. 


38 










39| 










40 








• 


41 


• 








42 










43 








Appointed Corporal, Sept 1. 


44 








45 








Appointed Corpoml, Sept 1. 


46 










47 






Jane 24 




48 






Aug. 3 




49 










50 










51 






JaiM24 




5S 








Appointed Corpond, Bee. 1. 


53 




Oct 25 






54 










55 










56 






1 


57 










58 










59 






Sept 19 




60 










61 










62 






Sept 24 




63 






Not. 15 




64 










65 










66 










67 










68 










69 








70 










71 










72 










73 










74 




Oct 15 






75 










76 










77 










78 










79 






Sept 24 




80 








Appointed Captain, Sept. 12. 


81 











156 



adjutant-gbneral's rbpobt. 



RecapiUdaUon of Company Fy Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Vohtnieert. 





Pmieiit it AbMDt. 




PriMD- 

en*. 


De- 
caaaed. 


Di«. 
ehirfed. 


De- 
•ertad. 


fened. 






Fit for 
Daly. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


TotaL 


CommiBBioned Officers 
Noii'Com. Officera 
Mnsieuuifl & Wagoner 
Privates 


8 

1 
56 


8 




1 
I 


1 
4 


3 

2 

1 

12 


I 




3 

13 

2 
81 


Totol 


65 


8 




2 


5 


18 


I 




99 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 















Fmbsbvt. 


















Ai 


ISBKT. 












0«f 1 , * 






Oh 






Foa DuTT. 


Sick. 






Sick. 


SrsciAi. 
ScKricK. 




,t 




g- 








e 








^ 






^ 






i 




C 




1 

< 




g 








s 








g 






• 








§ 




• 






e 


■? 






1 


! 






8 


o 




1 


1 




•i 


i 


o 

•9 




|i 




;1 


o 


§ 






o 








o 


§ 


;o 


g 




l.o 


: 




o' § 




IJ 
II 


11 

1:1 


1 








j 


2 


1 


1 


1 


e 


1 


II 


; 


1 


1 ^ 


1 


s c 


> M 










H 


1 


> B 


G 


> 




> 


S fi »- H M 


Si 


£'? 


u 


z 


£ 


< 


3 


£ a 


i 


£ 


i\& 


z 


£ 






2 


■ 3 


48 


62 






6 


68 






3 








7l!' 


t 




2 








2 


73 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Namea. 



William C. Morgan 
JefferK>n Savage 

1 Charies A. Hill 

2 Daniel W. Em^ry 

3 Samncl L. (filmiin 

4 Anson l{. Morrison 
6 William L. Dnnlap 

Aagnstmi H. Cook 
2lBenjaroin H. Hall 
Amos H. Cole 

4 Joseph P. Doi^ 

5 James A. Later 

6 Ora M. Naiion 

7 John Putnam 

8 Dean 8. Robinson 



Warren Searej 
LatlierDean 



Captain 

2d Lient. 

Sergeant 

do 
do 
do 

Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Mnsician 

Wagoner 



Comville 

Madison 

Skowhegan 

Fairfield 

Skowhegan 

do 

Athens 
Starkf 

do 
Fork's Plant 
Skowhegan 
Fairfield 
Dead Rirer 
Sebec 

Anson 

Madison 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint* 

ment. 

Sept 11 

Ang.4 

April 29 
Sept 1 
April 29 

do 
Sept 1 

April 29 

do 
Sept I 

do 
Oct 1 

do 
Decl 



lUmaika. 



158 



adjutant-general's report. 



Betarn of Capt Frank S. HesselUne, Company 6, Third Regiment Infantxy, Maine 
of December 1st, 1661, together with a complete record of the changes that hare 
fourth day of Jane, 1861. CHARLES W. LOWE, Orderly Seigeant. 



1 


Namas. 


& 

< 




Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U.8.8er. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Knied. 
When. 




COMMISfllOHKD OFFI0BB8. 












1 


Frank 8. Heaseltine, 


26 


Watenrille 


Married 


Jane 4 






2 


Nathaniel Hanscom, 


24 


Benton 


Single 


do 






3 


WiUiam A. Hatch. 

BEROEAHT8. 


20 


Watenrille 


d% 


do 






1 


Frank 0. Smiley, 


30 


do 


Single 


do 






S 


George A. Mclntire, 
Charles W. Lowe, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






3 


23 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Samael Hamblen, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Abner R. Small 

CORPOnALS. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






1 


William H. CUpp, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Winfield S. Howe, 


25 


Hanover 


do 


do 






3 


William E. Brown, 


22 


Sidney 


do 


do 






4 


Hadley P. Dyer, 
Ambrose H. Brown, 


36 


Watenrille 


do 


do 






5 


27 


Sidney 


Married 


do 






6 


Asher C. Hinds, 


21 


Benton 


Single 


do 






7 


Nathaniel Perley. 

MUBICIANfl. 


24 


Waterville 


MaiTied 


do 






1 


Charles T. Ellis, 


30 


Sidney 
Winslow 


Single 


do 






2 


Llewellyn E. Hodges. 


20 


do 


do 








WAGOKBB. 














1 


John G. Wiley. 


22 




do 


do 








FRITATBB. 














1 


Austin, Orrin 


22 


New Sharon 


do 


do 






2 


Atherton, Tilestoi) W. 


21 


Mt. Desert 


do 


do 


In Camp 




3 


Austin, Albert 


19 


Belgrade 


do 


do 






4 


Arnold, Charles H. 


22 


Sidney 
Winslow 


do 


do 






5 


Bassett, George H. 


20 


do 


do 






6 


Benson, Geoi^ge T. 


20 


WaterviUe 


do 


do 






7 


Bates, David 


28 


do 


Married 


do 






8 


Bonlter, George W. 


19 


Winslow 


Single 


do 






9 


Bigelow, Amasa, Jr. 


23 


Skowhegan 


do 


do 


In Camp 




10 


Bacon, Charles 


23 


Waterville 


do 


do 






11 


Boswell, Charles H. 


23 


New Sharon 


do 


do 






12 


Barney, Henry W. 


36 


Waterville 


Married 


Jane 27 






IS 


Crosby, Atwood 


22 


Albion 


Single 


Jane 4 






14 


Cortis James M. 


23 


Waterville 


do 


do 






.15 


Cole, John F. 


18 


New PorUand 


do 


do 






16 


Crosby, Augastine 


25 


Albion 


do 


do 






17 


DaTis George W. 


18 


Waterville 


do 


do 






18 


Dmmmond, George C. 


20 


Winslow 


do 


do 


In Camp 




19 


Derocher, Henry 
Derocher, Charlei W. 


19 


Watenrille 


do 


do 






20 


25 


do 


do 


do 






21 


Eames, Lather N. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






22 


Ellis, George A. 


21 


Sidney 


do 


do 






23 


Fenno, Charles A. 


31 


Watenrille 


Married 


do 






24 


Fossett, John £. 


23 


VassalboTo' 


Singte 


do 






25 


Field, Henry 


27 


Sidney 


do 


do 






26 


Foss, Albert D. 


18 


Albion 


do 


do 






27 


Fairbanks, Henry N. 


22 


Waterville 


do 


do 






28 


Frost, Samael E. 


19 


Belgrade 


do 


do 






29 


Ford, George E. 


21 


Fairfield 


do 


do 






SO 


Orovcr, Charles C. 


19 


Skowhegan 


do 


do 






SI 


Grower, Simon 


18 


do 


do 


do 






32 


Gonlding, Henry 


18 


WaterviUe 


do 


do 


f 





AFPBNDIX D. 



159 



Volanteen, statioaed at Camp Howard, Va., exprestiag its condition on the norning 
taken place in the Company since it entered th^ service of the United States, on the 

NATHAKIEL HANSCOM, Captain. 



1 


FlTMOIMn. 

Whra 
takm. 


WImh. 


WiMB. 


RMDirlu. 










Not. U 


Appointed M«or 13th Regiment 
Promoted to Captain, Nov. 15. 
Ist Lieut., " 
































Not mustered in. 












Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, Nov. 15. 












*' 1st Seigeant, " 












Promoted to Sergeant^ Not. 15. 










Aug. 8 




' 


5 July 21 1 


















Promoted to Seigeaat, Sept. 1. 












Reduced to ranks. ** 












Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 11. 




July 21 






Wounded, confined at Richmond. 












Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 




































Deserted, Nov. 12. 






July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 






























Jaly 21 






Wounded, confined at Richmond. 












Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 








































































Transferred to Band. 
















25 
26 


July 21 






ConBncd at Richmond. 




27 








Transferred to Band. 




28 








1 




29 








Deserted in July. 




30 












»1| 










n 


1 











160 



ASJFFAirr-OEirBBAL'S BXPOBT. 





ftetum of Conipa 


ny 


G, Third . 


Begimen^ QCknUimed.y 


i 


NaiDM. 


i 

21 




MaffMd 

or 


HlMUfMl 

ioto 

u.asw. 


Sick. 

WlMie. 


Kiltod. 
WkM. 


33 


Griffin, Calvin C. 


Ml Vernon 


Single 


June 4 






34 


Griffin, Geon^e W. 


29 


do 


do 


do 






35 


Grarea, William 


23 


Bowdotnham 


do 


do 






36 


Henrickson, Charles A. 


24 


Watenrille 


do 


do 






37 


Haskell, Frank W. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






38 


Hanter, Philander 


20 


Clinton 


do 


do 






39 


Hanriman, Albeit M. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






40 


Hunter, Cyms 


19 


do 


do 


do 






41 


Hunter, Horace 


23 


do 


do 


do 






42 


Herrick. Algernon P. 


18 


WaterriUe 


do 


do 






43 


Ualletl, Leander T. 


19 


Merce/r 


do 


do 


In Camp 




44 


Hale, John L. 


29 


Winsfow 


do 


Jane 27 


do 




45 


Lashen, George 


19 


WaterriUe 


do 


June 4 






46 


Littlefield, George 


19 


do 


do 


do 






47 


McCaosland, Simon 


29 


Wtnslow 


Married 


do 






48 


McFadden, Michael 


23 


Waterrille 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




49 


Morgan, Joseph 


20 


Lowell, Mass. 


dS 


Junes? 






50 


Mason, George W. 


21 


Sidney 
Winsfow 


do 


June 4 






51 


Pollard, Asa 


44 


Married 


do 






52 


Philbrook. John A. 


20 


Fairfield 


Single 


do 






53 


Pereiral. Edw. S. 


18 


Watenrille 


do 


do 






54 


Pullen, Frank D. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






55 


Proctor, Homer 


18 


Winslow 


dQ 


do 






56 


Pollard, Henry 


19 


do 


do 


do 






57 


Perley, Henry P. 


19 


WaterriUe 


do 


do 






58 


Pollard, Otis 


23 


Winslow 


do 


do 






59 


Perry, James 


18 


Watenrille 


do 


do 






60 


RoUins, George S. 


19 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






61 


Randlett, Charles B. 


22 


Bangor 


do 


do 






62 


Reed, Horatio N. 


22 


Clinton 


do 


do 






63 


Ricker, James F. 


19 


WaterriUe 


do 


do 






64 


Robinson, Hiram G. 


41 


Sidney 


Married 


do 






65 


Shurbnme, Jacob 


29 


Waterville 


do 


do 






66 


Sawtelle, Augustas M. 


21 


Sidney 


Single 


do 






67 


Smiley, Auf^ustine P. 


18 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 
Alexandria 




68 


Steames, Edward P. 


22 


LoweU 


do 


do 




69 


Sawtelle, Henry W. 


20 


Sidney 
Norridgewock 


do 


do 


In Camp 




TO 


Selden, Charles H. 


18 


do 


do 






71 


Thomas, James A. 


34 


Sidney 


Married 


do 






72 


Vining, Marcellns 


19 


Windsor 


Single 


June 27 


In Camp 




73 


Wheeler, George L. 


20 


WaterriUe 


do 


June 4 






74 


Webber. Hiram C. 


24 


Winslow 


do 


do 






75 


Wildes, Benjamin B. 


19 


Kennebnnkp't 


do 


do 






76 


Wyman, William W. 


21 


Waterville 


do 


do 






77 


Wormwood, Trisum G. 


30 


Bath 


do 


do 






78 


Young, Moses W. 


22 


Calais 


do 


do 






79 


Bigelow, Jonathan, Jr. 


21 


Bloomfield 


do 


June 27 






30 


Chadwick, George H. 


21 


Augusta 


do 


June 4 







APPENDIX D. 161 

Return of Company G, Third Regiment^ (^Continued.) 



d3 

34 
35 

36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
4S 
43 



Wbra 

takes. 



OeecaMd. 
When. 



Joi^ai 



J11I721 



45 

46 

47 

48 

49tJill7 SI 

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 



Sept 11 



Diteh'd. 
When. 



Aug. 8 



Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted to Coipoiml, Sept 1. 
Woonded, confined at Richmond. 



Jal7l5 



Oct 7 



J11I7I5 



Oct7 

Aug. 8 

Not. 7 
Sept 23 



Beniarkt. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Deierted, Ang. 1. 



Promoted to Corporal, Sept 1. 

Wounded at Bnll Ran. 
Promoted to Corporal, Sept 1. 



Woanded at Ball Ran. 
B7 speda! order, Ko. 69. 



162 



ADJUTANT-GBirKRAL'B RSPOBT. 



RecajnhHation of Company ff, Third Regiment B^famiry, Maine Vobmtterf. 





Prweac^ Absent. 




PriwB. 
en. 


DiK Dl.. 


^ 


Tb«mm 






Fit for 
Duty. 


8iek. 


Kilkd. 


CMMd. duuiwL eerted 


"^1 


Kon-Com. Officers 
Masicums & Wagoner 
Prinues 


3 
10 

s 

47 


2 

7 




1 
7 


.! ■ 

1 

i 10 


S 


1 

' 3 


4 
14 

3 
77 


Total 


^63 


9 




8 


1 11 9 


9 • 98 


Oondenud Morning Report, December Itij 1861. 



Passsirr. 



Fob Dctt. 



li 



II 



Bics. 



e z 

c = 

c - 

e n 



gi I - 5 

i < ^ -^ , al 



2 93445 



On 

SPSCIAI. 

Dctt. , 



19 
Abjib«t. 



i. 

u 

li 
^ 1 

II' 8 



t 

S; 

O 



••13, S 

£ 3 9 2 I 9 - 

M s a > S 8 > 

< ;j sc Gu u sc £ 



21 7 9 1 1 11 



Aseanv 



Bics. 



Off 
BrsciAi. 

SSBTICS. 



Si 



s 



•I ^: 
1^ I 

1^ 8 
II I 

• E 5^ 



I- 



2169 



T S B w 5 

e > E e > 

rrii~ri~ 



liii 

S & £ 

- g £ 

<l< 

271 



Present Organization of the Company, 



1 Nathaniel Hanscom 

2 WUliam A. Hatch 

3 George A. Mclntixe 

I 

1 Charles W. Lowe 

2 Samoel Hamblen 

3 Abner R. Small 

4 Asher C. Hinds 

5 Winfieid S. Howe 



1 WiUimm H. Copp 

2 William E. Brown 

3 Charles H. S«lden 

4 Amasa Bigelow^ Jr. 
&G«orge H. Bassett 

^ Alben M. Harrimmi 
7 George W. DaT» 
8,Atwood Crosbj 



Due of 



24 Corporal 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



22i 
18 
23 
,20 
,23 

Id 

221 



I 

I Appoint- 



24 Captain Benton Nov. 15 

21 IstLieot WatCTTiUe i do 

23 2dLieaL Waterriile i do 

I I 

23 Sereeant Waternlle 
24' do ' do 
23> do do 

21 do Beoton 

22 do HanoTer 



Not. 15 
April 30 
Jane 27 
Sept. 1 
Not. 15 



WafeenriUe April 30 
Sidney do 

Norridf^ewock Sept. 1 
Skowbegaa do 

Wtnslow SepL It 

Clinton Sept. I 
WatenriUa do 

IAUmool Jnna 



Fris'r at Richmood 



164 



ADJUTANT-GENBRAL'8 bbport. 



Betam of Capt William 8. Heath, Company H, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that haw 
fourth day of June, 1861. GILES W. SEWARD, Orderly Seigeant 



I 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



COMMISSIONED OFFICBRS. 

William S. Heath, 
Francis E. Heath, 
John R. Day. 

flBROEAVTfl. 

Edward C Lowe, 
George W. Pillsbury, 
Charles H. Stone, 
James H. Plaisted, 
G. W. Seward. 

CORPORALS. 

Johnr W. Livermore, 
George E. Burgess, 
Lucius S. Starkey, 
Charles R. Shorey, 
George S. Blake, 
Cyrus M. Major, 
Albro Hubbard, 
Henry A. Thing. 

MUSICIANS. 

Henry Crowell, 
Baxter Crowell. 

WAGONER. 

Thomas E. Wagoner. 

PRIVATES. 

Austin, Samuel W. 
Eragg, Joab D. 
Bow, Horace 
Bacon, John H. 
Bragg, Lewis 
Ballard, Albert C. 
Burgess, Ammi A. 
Bryant, Rial M. 
Ban«ll, William E. 
Ballard, Llewellyn 
Bacon, William H. 
Bean, Leander 
Chadwick, Francis E. 
Cochran, Robert 
Corson, Albert 
Drummond, Allen H. 
Dyer, Lorenzo 
Dixon, George 
Rldridge, Shepherd 
Emerson, Samuel F. 
Eaton, Daniel 
Estes, Jeremiah A. 
Emery, Joseph R. 
Farmmgton, Lorenzo 
Freeman, George R. 
Foss, Martin 
Fish, Hiram 
Goodwin, John F. 
Greene, Nathaniel 
Hill, Elijah K. 
Hunter, William 



WatenriUe 
do. 
do 

do 
Winslow 
Vassalboro' 
WatervUle 
Vassalboro' 

Vassalboro' 
Vassalboro' 
Windsor 
WatervUle 
Belgrade 
Vassalboro' 
WatenriUe 
do 

do 
do 

Hallowell 

New Sharon 
Vassalboro' 
Waterrille 

do 
Vassalboro' 

do 
Hallowell 
Winslow 
WaterviUe 
Vassalboro' 
WatenriUe 
Vassalboro' 
Winslow 
WatenriUe 

do 
Sidney 
Brighton 
Fairfield 
Waterrille 
Skowhegan 
Vassalboro' 

do 
Fairfield 
Vassalboro' 

do 
Albion 
WaterWUe 

do 
Smithfield 
Augusta 
Clinton 



Married 


MutteMd 


or 


into 


Single. 


U.8.Ber. 


Married 


June 4 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 



Killed. 

WIMB. 



APPENDIX D. 



165 



Yblanfieen, stationed at Camp Howard, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

^FRANCIS E. HEATH. Captain. 



1 
t 
3 
4 
5 
6 
• 7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
SO 
SI 
S3 
S3 
S4 
25 
S6 
27 
«8 
S9 

ii 



PrwNMn. 
When 



JTnlj 21 



JTidySl 



Jnl7 21 



July 21 
July 21 



When. 



Ditch*d. 
When. 



Sept 25 



Promoted Lientenant-Colonel 6th Begt., Sept. 25. 
" CapUin, Sept. 25. 

** First Lieutenant, Sept. 26. 

" Second Lieutenant, Sept 25. 
Confined at New Orleans. 
Reduced to ranks, Jnne 26. 
Promoted Sergeant-Major, Jnne 1. 

" First Seigeant, Sept 25. 

On fnrlongh. 

Redaced to ranks, Oct 15. 



Promoted Seigeant, Sept 1. 



Oct 20 



Remarks. 



Confined at Richmond. 
Promoted Corporal, Sept 1. 
Wounded. Confined at Richmond. 

Deserted, July 23, from Alexandria, Va. 



Sept 25 



Confined at New Orleans. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Dropped fipom original muster. 



166 



aojotabt-gissbal's bsport. 





Return of Compofny H, Tkird Regiment, (^CkmHmed. 


) 


1 


Namei. 


i 

< 




lUrried 

or 
Single. 

Single 


ioto 
U.8.8er. 

Jo]ie4 


Slek. 

WlMffSk 


Riltod. 
Wke» 


32 


Honter, Melvin 


18' Clinton. 






33 


Irring, James W. 


19 Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






34 


James, Isaiah H. 


22 


Waterville 


do 


do 






35 


Jadkins, William C. 


36 


Fairfield 


do 


do 






36 


Knox, Aagastos 


21 


Clinton 


do 


do 






31 


Livermore, William W. 


18 


Vassalboro' 


Married 


do 






38 


Littlefield, Assenios 


22 


Winslow 


Single 


do 






89 


Ladd, Edwin 


20 


Angnsta 


do 


do 






40 


Marston, Watson 


19 


Waterville 


do 


do 






41 


Mero, T. Weston 


22 


Canaan 


do 


do 






42 


McKennej, Erastns 


22 


Benton 


do 


do 


Alexandria 




43 


Marsh, Henry 


21 


Canaan 


do 


do 






44 


Nve, Gcoree W. 
Olirer, Lafayette 


20 


Fairfield 


Married 


do 






45 


19 


WaterviUe 


Single 


do 






46 


Preston, Charles H. 


21 


Benton 


do 


do 






47 


Perry, Joseph 


24 


Waterville 


do 


do 






48 


Pratt, Isaac C. 


21 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






49 


Prcbble, William T. • 


28 


Winslow 


do 


do 






50 


Penny Peltiah 


19 


JVaterville 


do 


do 






51 


Parker, Benjamin 


29 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






52 


Quinby, Harris C 


18 


Winslow 


do 


do 






63 


Robinson, Greenleaf W. 


23 


Sidney 


do 


do 


In Camp 
Alexandria 




54 


Kowe, Isaac 


19 


Smithfield 


do 


do 




55 


Rowe, Asa M. 


18 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 




56 


Rowe, Philander F. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






57 


Stevens, David S. 


21 


Skowhegan 


Married 


do 






58 


Sally, Lafayette 


28 


Palmyra 


Single 


do 






59 


Stanley, John F. 
Spaulding, George W. 


20 Smitbfield 


do 


do 






60 


19 


Palmvra 


do 


do 






61 


Tallos, John 


22 


Waterville 


do 


do 






62 


Thayer, Welcome 


20 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 




63 




18 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






64 


Taylor, Sharon C. 


19 


Winslow 


do 


do 






65 


Williams Lnke B. 


22 


Benton 


do 


do 




• 


66 


Woodman, Alvin B. 


19 


Waterville 


do 


do 






67 


Marsh, James A. 


19 


Athens 


do 


do 






68 


Ward, Francis P. 


21 


China 


do 


do 






69 


YooDg, Eben W. 


18 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 







APPJDVDIX D. 



167 



Beium of Company Hj mrd Regiment^ (^Coninmed.^ 



1 


WbeB 
takmu 


DMeaMd. 
Wtaeo. 


DischM. 
When. 


Remarks. 


32 








' 


S8 










34 










35 




July 28 




Woanded mt Ball Ran. 


36 








On farlongh in Maine. 


37 
36 








Fromoted to Corporal. 


39 










40! 








41 1 Jolj 21 






Confined at Richmond. 


42: 






In General Hospital. 


43 








Inarrast. 


44 










45 




' 






46 
47 

48 


Julj 21 






Confined at Richmond. 










49 










50 










51 










52 










53 










54 

55 








In Oenend Hotpital. 


56 










57 










58 








On flirloo^ in Maine. 


59 










60 




-* 






61 










62 










631 July 21 






Confined at New Orleans. 


64 




Aug. 15 






65 










66 










67 










68 






Sept 10 




69 


1 









168 ADJUTAirr-GRNSRAL'S BBPOBT. 

Recapihdaium of Company H^ Third Reqimmi Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





PrMent ft 

Fit for 
Duty. 


Abmmu 
SielE. 


Killed. 


PriMMi. 
•n. 


De- 

eeued. 


Dfit- 
charged. 


De- Trans. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Miuiciftiis & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 

7 

2 

54 


5 




1 
7 


2 


1 
1 
2 


1 


I 
1 

1 


3 
10 

3 
72 


Total 


6ft 


5 




8 


2 


4 


1 


3 


88 



Condensed Morning Report^ December \st^ 1861. 



Pbxsxiit. 



Fob Dutt. 



1 10 47 58 



Sick. 



I 4 



Oir 

Srsci AL 

DUTT. 



Abbb«t. 



s 

III 

I'g 

III 



I 64 



AlfBITT. 



Sick. 



Oh 
BrmciAL 
Skrvicb. 



I 



3 67 



Pf^uent Organixation of the Company* 











Dtto of 




Nainet. 




Rank. 


RMidenee. 


Rank or 

AppoiiiC- 

ment. 


RaraarkK 


Francis E. Heath 


22 


Captain 


WatervUle 


Sept. 25 


RecniitiDg in Maine 


John R. Day 
Edward C. jLowe 


25 


IstLieat. 


do 




22 


2dLieat. 


do 


do 




Giles W. Seward 


42 


Serg^eant 


Vassalboro' 


Sept 25 




George W. Pillsbary 


25 


Winslow 


V 


Prisoner at Rich- 


George W. Nye 


28 


do 


Fairfield 


[mood. 


George S. Blake 


28 


do 


Belgrade 


do 




Locias L. Starkey 


23 


Corporal 


Winslow 


do 




Cyrus M. Major 
AbroHabbard 


32 


Vassalboro' 


do 




23 


do 


Waterrille 


do 




Henry A. Thing 


26 


do 


do 


do 




Greenleaf W. Robinson 


23 


do 


Sidney 
Winslow 


do 




Rial M. Bryant 
William W. Livermore 


20 


do 


do 




18 


do 


Vassalboro' 


do 





12 



170 



adjutant-general's report. 



Betarn of Capt. Moses B. Lakeman, Company I, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that haTe 
fourth day of June, 1861. H. M. ANDERSON, Orderly Sergeant 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFlC£R8 

1 M. B. Lakeman, 

2 A. R. Qninby, 

3 ti.. M. Rines. 

SERGEANTS. 

1 G. B. Erskine, 

2 A. G. N. Bailey, 

3 R. S. McCurdy, 

4 Alexander Lewis. 

CORPORALS. 

1 H. M. Anderson, 

2 F. S. Morton, 

3 Daniel Chadwick, 

4 William Place. 

MUSICIAN. 

1 C. B. Whiiiier. 

WAGONER. 

1 John Tommony. 

j rRlTATBS. 

1 1 Allen, A. B. 

2 Blaisdell, G. L. 
3jBallard. E^Jr. 
4!Bickfbrd. B. C. 
SiBrown, W.A. 

6 Ballard, Jackson 

7, Borden, C. H. 

s'Boynton, Wilburt 

9'BoTnton, F. M. 
10 Bohon, William 
H Brace, Emery 

15 BoTnton, J. T. 

13 Bran, L. W. 

14 Bailey, A J. 
15, Branch, Byron 

16 Bacheldcr, C. M. 

17 Bcsseet John 

18 Brann, £. M. 

19 Berry, Charles 
SO; Bran, J. G. 

21 Con war, Ij. M. 
SS Cook, i. H. 

23 Cook, William V. 

24 Cooper, W. W. 

25 Campbell B. C 
SeColbr, H G. 

27 Dwljie, J. B. 

28 IMllingham, GeorgQ 

29 Erans, Josscph O. 

30 Fellows, George L. 

31 Havwanl, W. H. 
32Haie« W. H. 

33 Griffith, U. A. 

34 Gordon, G. H. 

35 Go well. SamiK^ 

36 Grant. B. R. 

37 Grover, J. B« 



31 Linoolnville 



BacideDce. 



Angnsta 
do 
do 

Palermo 

Farmington 

Angnsta 



Angnsta 
do 
do 
do 



I 
31 Beadaeld 

Hallowell 



27 Boston 
22 Palermo 

18 Angnsta 
22 do 
l9Talenno 
20 Angnsta 
24 Palermo 
20 do 

22 Angnsta 
20 Somerville 

19 do 
do 

26 Chelsea 
34 Angnsta 

23 do 

19 Winthrop 

18 

42 Angnsta 

19 Somerrille 

20 Angnsta 

21 do 
20 China 

29 Somerrilie 

20 do 
23 Vienna 

21 Somenrflle 

22 Nonridgewodt 
20 Somerrille 

IS Angnsta 
19 Skowhcgan 
SI Norridgewock 
18 Angnsta 
20i do 
26* do 
SSSomerriUe 
SSGardiaer 



Married 
or 

Single. 



Married 

do 
Single 

Single 

Married 
do 

Single 

Married 
do 



Single 



Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single I 

do I 
do 

Married 
do < 

Single I 
do 

do I 
do , 
do I 
do j 
do 

do 
do 
do • 



Mustered 

inio 
U.S.Ser. 



Jnne 4 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
Wbca. 



APPE5DIX J>. 



171 



Volunteers, stationed at Camp Howard, Ya., expressing its coodition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

M. B. LAKEMAN, Captain. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
I5| 

*'! 
171 

181 

19| 

20, 

21 

22 

23 

241 

25, 

26| 

271 

28! 

3l| 
321 
33 
34 
35 
36 
57 



Jaly Jl 



Deceased. 
Wbeiu 



July 27 
Aug. 3 



July 27 



Sept. 6 



Sept 2 



Diech'd. 
When. 



Aug. 8 
Aug. 8 



Sept 9 



Sept 18 



Remarks. 



Resifrned. 
Resigned. 

Acting 1st Lieutenant from Nov. 16. 

Redncei] to ranks. 
Reduced to ranks. 

Appointed 1st Sergeant. 



Transferred to Band. 



Never senred. 
Buried at Clermont. 



Promoted Sergeant. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted Corporal. 



Employed at Hospital at Alexandria, Yii^nia. 
Reported dead at Winthrop. 
Never served. 



Reduced to ranks from Corporal. 
Reduced to ranks from Corporal. 

Promoted to Corporal. 



Promoted to Corporal. 

Reduced to ranks from Corporal. 



172 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company /, Third Regiment, ( Continued^) 



38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
SI 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 



6 



Nsmei. 



GetchcU, Frank H. 
Uantinf^ton, G. U. 
Jones, N. \V. 
Kennedy, Isaac W. 
Kimball, 6. H. 
Kimball, C M. 
Lyon, Henry 
Lewis, J. M. 
Leij^hton, Aaron 
Livermore, L. H. 
Littletield, John, Jr. 
Lent, James 
Moore, Dennis 
Merrill, E., Jr. 
Maher, William 
Marston, S. B. 
McDaniel, G. W. 
Mann, J. A. 
McDaniel, Gardiner T. 
McDaniel, Samael 
Murphy, Edward 
Nicholas, Andrew 
Nelson, John 
Neal, H. W. 
Ridley, Hezekiah 
Robinson, G. L. 
_. Russell, G. L. 

65 Sabin, W M. 

66 Stover, William 

67 Stone, Charles O. 

68 Stewart, William C. 

69 Spofibrd, William H. 

70 Swift, William 

71 Stevens, Thomas 

72 Turner, Briggs 

73 Tarbox, H. D. 

74 Thorns, W. 8. 

75 Vining, H. S. 

76 Witham, Denola 

77 Weniworth, G. P. 
78 i Warren, Orrison 
79 Wentworth, G. C. 
So'Wagp, C. H. 

81 1 Walker, H.J. 
82 Perry, Cvms 
83iCharchill, J. W. 
84 Perry, Frank 
85;Fisher, George H. 
86 Westerfield, Henry B. 
87] Elliot, Frederick 
88;8paulding, J. H. 
89 Stewart, £. A. 
90 1 Smith, Joseph S. 







Married 




i 




or 


into 


< 




BiRKle. 


U.B.8er. 


26 


Waterville 


Single 


June 4 


21 


Litchfield 


do 


do 


18 


Palermo 


do 


do 


19 


Somerville 


do 


do 


24 


Chelsea 


do 


do 


19 


do 


do 


do 


26 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 


19 


Palermo 


do 


do 


26 


Augusta 


do 


do 


33 


do 


Married 


do 


18 
17 


Skowbegan 


Single 


do 
do 
do 


22 


Farmington 


Single 






Married 


do 


23 


Gardiner 


Single 


do 


24 


Somerville 


Married 


do 


27 


do 


Single 


do 


22 


Augusta 


do 


do 


20 


Somerville 


do 


do 


20 


do 


do 


do 


26 


Augusta 


do 


do 


25 


do 


do 


do 


18 


Palermo 


do 


do 


20 


do 


do 


do 


17 


Richmond 


do 


do 


19 


China 


do 


do 


18 


Augusta 


do 


do 


22 


do 


Married 


do 


19 


do 


Single 


do 


19 


do 


do 


do 


29 


Gardiner 


Married 


do 


34 


Augusta 


do 


do 


26 


Bath 


Single 


do 


20 


Augusta 


do 


do 


18 


Somerville 


do 


do 


19 


Gardiner 


do 


do 


19 


Augusta 


do 


do 


18 


Litchrield 


do 


do 


22 


Gardiner 


do 


do 


31 


Augusta 


do 


do 


24 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 


19 


Gardiner 


do 


do 


19 


Augusta 


do 


do 


32 


Norridgewock 


do 


do 


43 


Litchfield 


Married 


do 


21 


Norridgewock 


Single 


do 


35 


Augusta 




Sept 1 


18 


do 


Single 


do 


25 


Decatur, Ohio 


Married 


do 


23 


Bath 


Single 


June 4 


27 


Augusta 


do 


Julys 


25 


do 


do 


do 


23 


Bath 


do 


June 4 



Wherv. 



KilM. 
Wben. 



APPENDIX B. 



173 



Return of Company J, 27iiVrf Regiment^ ( Continued,') 



|PriMiBer». 


When. 


Disch'd. 
Wbfln. 


Remsrk*. 


38 

99. 




Appoiuted Assistant Surgeon. 


40i 
41 






Promoted to Corporal. 


42 




Sept.2S 




48 
49 




Sept.28 


Never served. 


SC- 


Aug. 23 






SI 
52 








Never served. 


53 

54, 








551 








56| 








57" 








58 








59 








60i 








61 








621 








631 








64 








65 








66 






DmiBmer. 


67. 
68i 




Nov. 14 








Appointed Sei^geant. 


69| 






Teamster. 


70l 

71 






Under sentence Court Martial. 


72 

73 








74 

75l 




Aag. 22 




M 






Appointed Sensreant. 


771 






Appointed Corporal. 


78. 






Appointed Corporal. 


79" 

80| 




Sept. 5 




81, 
82* 




Aug. 8 




83 








84 








85 








86- 






Joined Company at Clermont. 


SII 






Appointed 2d Lieutenant, Aug. 3. 


88| 






Blacksmith. 


89- 






fLieutcnant until Nov. 1 6. 


9( 


) 






Transferred from Quartermaster-Sergeant. Acting 1st 



174 adjutant-general's report. 

Becapitulatian of Company I^ Third Regiment Jnfaniry^ Mxine Volunteers. 





Present & Abtent. 




Prieon- 
en. 


1 
De- Dit- De- Trail*- rn^.t 
ceaMd. charged, aerted. feried.^*^' 


Fit for ' «. 1- 
Duty. ^•^• 


Killed. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
12 

2 

58 i 4 






12 1 1 1 
1 1 1 ! 1 


5 

14 

4 

•80 


Total 74 4 




1 


5 12 i 7 103 



Condensed Morning Report^ December Isiy 1S61. 



Pbxskict. 



Fob Dittt. 



2 125165 



Sick. 



e 

s 

o 

.1 

S 

II 



Oir 

Spbciai. 

Drrr. 



In 

ASBXtT. 



it 
I 

a I 

h 



i 

lO 

B 
I ^ 



Abmkt. 



,1 SiCB. 



1^ 

ft'. I 
S - I 

Si J 

< o 



1 76,. 



On 

Spbcial 

8BBTICB.' 



<|fi 

m I m 

M> M 

II 



2 2 78 



Present OrganizcUion of the Company. 



Names. 



Moses B. Lakeman 
6eoii{^ B. Erskine 
Frederick Elliot 

Holman M. Anderson 
Jackson Ballard 
William C. Stuart 
Denola Witham 
A. 6. N. Bailej 

Daniel Chad wick 
Isaac N. Kennedy 
George P. Wcntworth 
Henry A. Griffith 
John B. Dodge 
Orrtson Warren 
Frank M. Boynton 

William Stover 

William H. Spoffbrd 



< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


34 


Captain 


Augusta 


22; 1 St Lieut 


Palermo 


23;2d Lieut 


Bath 


17 Sergeant 


Augusta 


19 


do 


Palermo 


29 


do 


Gardiner 


22 


do 


do 


24 


do 


Farmington 


41, Corporal 


Augusta 


19 


do 


Somerville 


36 


do 


Augusta 


18 


do 


do 


21 


do 


Somerville 


24 


do 


Vassalboro' 


20 


do 


Palermo 


19 


Musician 


Augusta 


34 


, Wagoner 


do 



Date of 

Rank or 

Appoint. 

menl. 


Mayl 
Nov. 16 
Aug. 3 


June 4 
Sept. 1 
June 4 


June 4 
Sept. 1 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Nov. 1 


Aug. 8 



Reroaifcs. 



[from Nov. 16. 
Acting 1st Lieut. 
Trannfd from Co. A 
[Aug. 3. 
Prom. fm. Corporal, 
do Private, 
do do 

do do 

[gnsta* 
Mustered in at Aa- 
Promoted. 



Regimental Driver. 



176 



adjutant-gbnbbal's report. 



Return of Capt. Newell Stront, Companj K, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December let, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes thai haye 
foarth day of June, 1861. JOHN C. KEEN, Orderly Seigeant. 



i 


Nunet. 


i\ Realdenee. 


Harried 

or 
Single. 


Muttered 

info 
U.B.Ser. 


Pick. 
Where. 


Killed. - 
When. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICEBS. 














1 


Newell Strout, 


28 


Durham 


Single 


June 4 






2 


Benslcy S. Kelley, 


28 


Winthrop 


Married 


do 






3 


William Elden. 

SERGEANTS. 




do 


do 


do 






1 


Sumner H. Stanley, 


40 


do 


do 


do 






2 


William M. Richmond, 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Henry Pcnnimsn, 


27 


do 


Married 


do 






4 


Freeman Strout, 


26 


Durham 


do 


do 






6 


James C. Ricker. 


29 Winthrop 


do 


do 








COKPORALS. 














1 


Daniel Lothrop, 
Augustas A. Caswellf 


41 


do 


do 


do 






2 


28 


Manchester 


do 


do 






3 


Albert A. J. Davis, 


21 


Bangor 


Single 


do 






4 


James M. Forsaith, 


35 


Winthrop 


dl 


do 






5 


Frederic Strout, 


21 


Durham 


do 


do 






6 


Ivory C. Hanson, 




Winthrop 


Married 


do 






7 




19 


do 


Single 


do 






8 


John F. Gaslin. 

MUSICIANS 


20 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Charles B. Haskell, 


33 


Readfleld 


Married 


do 






2 


George W! Chandler. 

PRIVATES. 


44 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






1 


Allen, Stephen 
Bryant, William B. 


18 


Wayne 


Single 


do 






2 




Turner 


Married 








3 


Bryant, Thomas J. 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






4 


Brown, Joseph G. 
Bradbury, Charles H. 


35 


Palmyra 


do 


do 






5 


22 


Gorham 


do 


do 






6 


Bradbury, Charles H. 2d 
Batchelder, Andrew P. 


19 


Anson 


do 


do 






7 


20 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






8 


Babb, Orrin G. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Boyle, James W. 


29 


Wayne 


Married 


do 






10 


Buigess, William H. 


23 


Winthrop 


Single 


do 






11 


Bnrrell, Franklin 




Wayne 


do 


do 






12 


Bussell, John W. 


28 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






13 


Bntler, George A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






14 


Butler, Andrew C. 


44 


do 


Married 


do 






15 


Bailey, William P. 


20 


do 


Single 


do 






16 


Campl)ell, John W. 


23 


Livermore 


Married 


do 






17 


Carver, Jason 


43 


Leeds 


do 


do 






18 


Clough, Charles E. 


21 


Fayette 
Winthrop 


Single 


do 






19 


Duycr, Franklin 


24 


do 


do 






20 


Dexter, Herroon N. 


22 


Wayne 


Single 


do 






21 


Freeman, David P. 


19 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






22 


Friend, Warren A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Frost, Albert H. 




do 


do 


do 






24 


Grant, David 


25 


do 


Married 


do 






25 


Gilson, Nathaniel G. 


22 Monmouth 


Single 


do 






26;Gilson, John Q. A. 


26 do 


Married 


do 






27 Goldthwait, Edwin 


39 Winthrop 


do 


do 






28' George, Franris 


Leeds 


Single 


do 






29JGille, De Fontsst M. 


Favette 


do 


do 






301 Heald, William 




Married 


do 






31 


Hammond, Christopher 


21: Winthrop 


Single 


do 






32 


Holmes, James M. 


22! do 


Married 


do 


Winthrop 




33 


Honton, Herbert 


18 


Readfield 


Single 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



177 



Tolnnteon, stationed at Camp Howard, Va., expressing its condition on tbe morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

WILLIAM L. RICHMOND, Captain. 



i 


PriaoiMn. 
Wtien 
Taken. 


DecMMd. 
Wiien. 


When. 


Remsrluk 


1 






Aug. 8 


Resigned. 




2 






Ang.7 


(1 




3 






Aag.20 


M 




1 






Sept 22 


By special order. No. 69. 




2 
3 

4 








Promoted to Captain, Sept 3. 




5 
1 






Aog. 4 






2 








Deserted Jane 4, at Angnsta. 




3 








Appointed Sergeant, Sept 23. 




4 
5 
6 








Redaood to ranks, at his request 


• 








Reduced to ranks, Oct 1. 




7 








" Dec. 5. 




8 












1 








Promoted to 1st Lieutenant, Sept. 7. 




2 

1 












2 








Deserted, June 2 at Augusta. 




3 








i< « i< 




4 








Appointed Corporal, Oct 1. 




5 
6 

7 








Sept. 23. 




8 
9 
10 








• 




11 








Never served. 




12 












13 












14 












15 












16 




Sept 16 








17 
18 






Sept 19 






19 






Nov. 4 






20 












21 












22 












23 












24 












25 












26 












27 








Detailed in Hospital. 




29 








Did not start from Maine. 




29 








Did not start from Maine. 




30 












31 












82| 






On furlough. 




33 


H 











178 



adjutanivgeneral's report. 



Return of Company Ky Third Regiment^ ( ContinvedJ) 



Names. 



34 Jacobs, Elijah T. 

35 Jadkins, Henry 

36 Keene, John C. 

37 Moran, Michael 

38 Noike, Solomon A. 

39 NoiTU, Daniel S. 

40 Newell, Hugh S. 

41 Patnam, Christopher C. 

42 Philbrook, Daniel W. 

43 Pierce, Thomas H. B. 

44 Qoint, Orrin 

45 Robbtns, John Q. 

46 Raymond, William R. 

47 Raymond, George W. 

48 Robbing, Oncar E. 

49 Smiley, Charles H. 
60 Stems, Joseph H. 

51 Stevens,' William 

52 Stems, Charles J. 

53 Smart, Charles A. 

54 Smart, Bradford W. 

55 Snell, Patrick H. 

56 Sleeper, Charles D. 

57 Thomas, Henry C 

58 Thomas, Edward K. 

59 Thurston, Stephen A. 

60 Towns, Edward F. 

61 Tumer, Henry S. 

62 Upton, George W. 

63 Wood, A. G. H. 

64 Wilson, William G. 

65 Woodman, Beniamin 

66 Woodbury, Andrew 

67 Ware, Charles L. 

68 Oliver, W. H. 

69 Carroll, James 0. 

70 Colby, E. B. F. 

71 Howard, William H. 

72 Thomas, Bradbury N. 

73 Mann, Elisha K. 

74 Johnson, H. H. 

75 Fabyan, H. O. 

76 Key, Rugsrles S. 

77 Boothby, Walter W. 

78 Howard, Dexter W. 

79 Folsom, Samuel P. 

80 Stevans, Thomas J. 

81 Thomas, Zadoc H. 

82 Burt, Edwin 

83 Owen, W. H. 



Rmldence. 



Winthrop 

do 
Leeds 
Readfield 
Winthrop 
Mt. Vernon 
Readfield 
Readfield 
Winthrop 
Readfield 
Winthrop 

Wayne 

do 
Readfield 
Winthrop 

do 
Wayne 
Winthrop 
Vassalboro' 

do 
Winthrop 

do 
Readfield 
Winthrop 

do 

do 
Leeds 
Winthrop 

do 

do 
Leeds 
Winthrop 
Pittston 
Fairfield 
Windsor 

do 
Readfield 

do 
Leeds 

Farmington 
Leeds 
Greene 
Leeds 

do 
Norridgewock 
New Sharon 
Readfield 
U. S. Army 
Brooklyn 



Married 

or 
Single. 

Single 
Married 

do 
Single 
Married 
Single 
Married 

do 
Single 

do 
Married 



Mastered 

into 
tJ.&Ser. 



Married 
Single 

do 
Married 

do 

do 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

dd 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 



Sick. 

w 



Ca'p How'd 

Readfield 

Alexandria 



Wintbrop 



June 4 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
July 27 

do 

do 

do 
June 4 
Nov. 6 
OcLl 
Sept 24 

do 

do 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 12 Ca'p How'd 
Nov. 26 



Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



179 



Return of Company K, Third Regiment^ (^Continued,) 



WbM 



Dec«aMd. 
When. 



Nov. 11 



DiMh*d. 
When. 



Aug. 4 
Aug. 7 



Sept 16 



Aug. 7 



Nov. 4 



Aug. 4 



Appointed Ist Sergeant, Sept 20. 

Appointed Corpora], Dec 5. 
Detailed in Hospital. 

Oq farlough. 

Did not start from Maine. 

On fnrloagb. 



Appointed Corporal, Sept 23. 



Aug. 4 



Remftrkt. 



Detuled in Hospital. 



Promoted to Major, Sppt 3. 

'* Brigade Quarter-Master. 



180 adjutant-obneral's report. 

Recapitulation of Company K^ Third RegimevU Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





FreMBt k, AbMDt. 
Doty. ^***' 


Killed. 


PriMMi* De- 
en. , eeawd. 


1 1 
Die- 1 Dc- TraM- 
charged. Mried. femd. 

! 1 


TotaL 


Commusioned Officers 
^^on-Com. Officera 
Musician* & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 , 
12 

2 1 I 
55 1 6 




1 
1 
1 2 


3 

2 1 

1 

n 2 


4 


6 
15 

4 
80 


Total 


72 7 


"■■■| 1 2 


17 3 


4 


105 



Condensed Morning Report^ December Iff, 1861. 



PSBSBifT. 



I FOK DOTT. 



t 



it 






11 
1 i 

S V 



§ t 



:j ss b. 
3 1 1 38 52 



Sick. 



fe-c 



0> 9 



i •'' 

.2 5 1 
I'll 

' 1 4! 



! Oil 

' SrsciAL 

, DWTT. 



lit 

Abbbst. 



t 

s 

c 

O 

II 
II 

w -s 
S r 

li 

5 



E 

5 

5IJ 

1" 



'I 

O 



.SI 

it"":"" 



Ab»bxt. 



Oh 
Sica. I Spbcial 
iSbbticb. 






El 
.III ^ 

s 

o 

11 

, 1 i 5 1 

>) & s i& I i 



i^i -=■ 



2i 



3 



68 



I 



11 

II 
II 

•< < 
4 72: 



Present OrgcmizcOion of the Con^^any. 



Nan 



1 W. L. Richmond 21 

2; Charles B HaskeU ;3d 

3 John C. Keen .26 

I 

1 John C. Keen 26 

2 Albert A. J. Daris 21 
3'HenrT Penniman '27 
4| Freeman Stront i26 
5 James C Ricker l29 

r Joseph G. Brown 35 

2 (^harles H. Bradbury ,22 

s'Kuffh S. Newell 127 

4'Rradford W. Smart 25 

5 Fi-ederic Sirout 21 

6; John F. Gardiner 20 







Dare of 




Eaak. 




Bank or 

Apf»iDt- 

roent. 

Sept. 3 
Nov. 9 

do 


KMMTkB. 


Captain 
I St Lieut. 
2d Lient. 


Wintbrop 
Read Held 
Leeds 


[by Company. 
Acting tient. elected 


Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 


r^eeds 

Ban^r 

Wintbrop 

Durham 

Wintbrop 


Sept. 20 
Sept 23 
June 4 

do 

do 




Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Palmyra 

Oorham 

Keadfield 

Vassalboro* 

Durham 

Wintbrop 


Oct. 1 
Sept. 23 
Dec. 5 
wScpt 28 
June 4 
do 





APPENDIX D. 



181 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 



Atani nf original Field and Staff Officers of Fourth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Voiunteen^ 
Mknoimg changes wktck have taken place by promotion, resignation, or otherarise, since en- 
teringservioeo/tke United States to December I, 1861. 




Hinm G Berry 
Tbomas H. Marshall 
Frank 8. Ntekeroon 
Jabes B. Greenhalgh 
Isaac C. Abbott 
8 a Hankina 
Abtal Libbey 
B. A. Quae 



Colonel 

Lieat.-Colonel 

Major 

Adjutant 

Quartermaster 

8argeon 

Asst.-8argeon 

Chaplain 



Rockland 
Belfast 

do 
Rockland 

do 
Windham 
Richmond 
Unity 



May 8, 1861 
June 11, 1861 

do 
June 1 4, 1861 

do 

June 21, 1861 
Aug. 6, 1861 

do 



Prom, to Col. 7th Rog. 

From, to Lt.-Col. and 

[to Col. 1 4th Reg. 

Taken prisoner. R^- 
[leased on parole. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Nam- 


ftank. 




Date or Mutter 
into U. 8. Serv. 


Renarka. 


John F. Singht 


Leader 


Rockland 


June 15,1 861 


Promoted from Co. D. 


T. J. Woods 


Musician 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




Geo. E. Dyer 


do 


New Sharon 


do 




^amnel Davis 


do 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




Jadson Hall 


do 


Nobleboro' 


do 




Gca L. Hall 


do 


do 


do 




Venora Whittier 


do 


Mt Vernon 


do 




F. 1€. Oilman 


do 


do 


do 




O.J.Wells 


do 


do 


do 




George F. Teagve 


do 


New Sharon 


do 




John R Teague 


do 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




James Warren 


do 


Biddeford 


June 16, 1861 




H H. Rockwell 


do 


Uuca. N. Y. 


do 




Wales Whitehouse 


do 


do 


do 1 


John R. Burpee 


do 


Rockland 


JnnclS, 1861 'Transferred from Co. B. 


H. G. Tibbetts 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John F. Gould 


do 


Belfast 


do 


Transferred from Co. K. 


H. M. A. Poor 


do 


do 


do 


do 


George W. Burgess 


do 


do 


do 


do 


J. H. Havner 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John Grover 


do 


Rockland 


do Transferred from Co. D. 


8. K. Whiting 


do 


do 


do do 


J. K. Skinner 


do 


Damariscotta 


do Transferred from Co. K. 


Mark L. Knowlton 


do 


Liberty 


do 


Transferred from Co. F. 



182 



adjutant-gbnbral's report. 



Beturn of Capt- Henry W. Canningham, Company A, Fourth Begiment Infantry, 
morning of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that 
on the fifteenth day of Jane, 1861. OTIS C. McGRAY, Orderly Sergeant. 





. 1 


Married 


AlllSlerWii as.t. ^t.a ^ 


1 


Names. 






or 
Single. 


!-(. Sick. , Killed. 
U.».8er.; Where. Wbe«. 


COMMISSIONED OFFIGBB8. 














1 Henry W. Cunningham, 


48 


Belfast 


Married 


June 15 






2 Richard S. Ayer, 


31 


Montvillc 


Single 


do 






3. Isaac C. Abbott. 




Rockland 










1 8BRGBANT8. 














lAlonzo G. Libby, 


24 Unity 


Single 


do 






2lAndrew J. Gray, 


l9|Montville 


do 


do 






3,0tia C. McGray, 


22 Unity 


do 


do 






4, Charles S. Doe, 


29 


Bangor 


Married 


do 






5 John A. Phillips. 


34 


do 


do 


do 






CORPORALS. 














1 Riley Green, 


35 


Belfast 


Single 


do 






2 j Thomas DawBon, 


29 


do 


do 


do 






3 Fredenck D. Aldus, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






4 {Edwin A. CoflSn, 


27 


do 


Married 


do 






5 Isaiah B. Merrick, 


23 


Newport 


Single 


do 






6 William M.Gould, 


24 


Unity 


do 


do 






T'Lcwellen Lincoln, 


18 


Searsmont 


do 


do 






8 


Albert A. Haynes. 

MUSICIANS. 


23 


Bangor 


do 


do 






1 


Eben M. Sanhoni, 


18 


Belfast 


do 


do 






2 


William H. Clifford. 

WAGONER. 


21 


St Albans 


do 


do 






1 


Jonathan Doten. 

PRIVATES. 


41 


Belfast 


do 


do 






1 


Abbott, Timothy W. 


23 


Freedom 


do 


do 






2iAllenwood, Ephraim F. 


34 


Belmont 


do 


do 






8; Beckett, James M. 


38 


Northport 


Married 


do 






4 


Baker, Alpha 


22 


Ellsworth 


Single 


do 






5 


Bryant, Demetrins J. 


18 


Montville 


do 


do 






6 


("Curtis, Frank A. 


21 


Swanville 


do 


do 






7 


Canningham, Jacob 


23 


Waldo 


do 


do 






8 


Curtis, Stephen 0. 


20 


Monroe 


do 


do 






9 


Carver, George S. 


21 


Vinalhaven 


do 


do 






10 


Cross, Ephraim C. 


18 


Searsmont 


do 


do 






11 


Cross, Ansel 


44 


do 


Married 


do 






12 


Cooley, Melvin 


21 


St Albans 


Single 


do 






13 


CuUnan, William 


21 


Belfast 


do 


do 






U 


CoUey, James M. 


21 


do 


Married 


do 






15 


Doten, Charles 


22 


Freedom 


Single 


do 






U 


Durham, Tolford 


18 


Waldo 


do 


do 






17 


Daggett, Stephen 


23 


Liberty 


do 


do 






18 


Dickev, Lorenzo 


21 


Monroe 


do 


do 






19 


Dickey, Otis A. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






20 


Demming, Jerry 
Dorcey, Michael 


18 


Bangor 


do 


do 






21 


21 


do 


do 


do 






22 


Daniels, George S. 


18 


Newport 


do 


do 






23 


Elliot, Joseph M. 


19 


Freedom 


do 


do 






24 


Ellis, Elisha W. 


21 


Monroe 


do 


do 






25 


Flye, Daniel D. 


27 


Unity 


do 


do 






26 


Furbish, Erastus 


24 


Bangor 


do 


do 


Annapolis 




27 




21 


Woodst»k,N.B. 


do 


. do 


In Camp 




28 


Gnmey, Thomas H. 


21 


Waldo 


do 


do 






29 


Guy, Edmond 


22 


Belfast 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




31 


Gail, James 


18SearBmont 


Single 


do 






31 


Gatchell, William B. 


19 


St. Albans 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



188 



Kftine Volnnteen, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the 
bare taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, 

H. W. CUNNINGHAM, Captain. 



iPriMMien. 
^1 Whon 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 

24 July SI 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



When. 



July 18 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Ang. 1 
Not. 17 



Oct 31 



Nov. 13 



Nov. 4 



ReiDUln. 



Appointed Qoarter-Master. 
Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, June SS. 
Promoted to 1st Sergeant, Jane 22. 



Promoted to 3d Sergeant, Ang. 1. 
4th »* Nov. 17. 

" 1st Corporal, " 
Transferred to Company K, 4th Maine. 

Reduced to ranks, Sept. 1. 
" Nov. 1. 



Promoted to 8th Corporal, Sept 28. 



Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Promoted to 4th Corporal, Nov. 1. 



184 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company A, Fourth Regiment j (^ContinuedJ) 



i 


Names. 


i 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


into 
U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Wbere. 


Killed. 
Wbeo. 


32 


Higgins, Samuel N. 
Heal, Hosea C. 


45 


Belmont 


Married 


Jane 15 






33 


20 


do 


Single 


do 






34 


Hatch, Enos M. 


25 


Montville 


Married 


do 






35 


Hall, Henry C. 


22 


Belmont 


Single 


do 






36 


Haga^ty, Myrick 


21 


Unity 


do 


do 






37 


Jackson, Alonzo 


28 


Belmont 


Married 


do 






38 


Kendrick, William 


38 


Bangor 


Single 


do 






39 


Frfidd, Henry W. 


19 


Searsmont 


do 


do 






40 


Lord, Aagastus S. 


24 


Belfast 


do 


do 






41 


Law, Melville 


18 


Union 


do 


do 






42 


Libby, Joseph P. 


24 


Unity 


do 


do 






43 


Linikin, William 


40 


Belfast 


do 


do 






44 


Lovejoy, Joshaa 


18 


Bangor 


do 


do 






45 


Lessor, Geoi^ 


22 


do 


do 


do 






46 


Monroe, Aagiistus A. 


21 


Lincolnville 


do 


do 






47 


Moores, William J. 


19 


Belmont 


do 


do 






48 


Mithie, Thomas 


18 


Dexter 


do 


do 






49 


McKonney, Joseph 


25 


Lincolnville 


do 


do 






50 


Metcalf, William 


38 


do 


Married 


do 






51 


McAllister, John 


25 


Montville 


Single 


do 






62 


McCausIand, Hazen E. 


18 


Newport 


do 


do 






63 


Nichols, Melville 


21 


Bangor 


do 


do 






54 


Nason, Frank 


20 


Belfast 


do 


do 






55 


Ordway, Lewis 


30 


Belmont 


do 


do 






56 


Piper, Albert 


22 


Waldo 


do 


do 






57 


Philbrook, Benjamin F. 


25 


Rockland 


do 


do 






58 


Pingree, Charles A. 


22 


Stillwater 


do 


do 






59 


Ross, George A. 


20 


Belfast 


do 


do 






60 


Robertson, Martin L. 


22 


Monrotf 


do 


do 






61 


Sweeney, Dennis 


18 


Belfast 


do 


do 






62 


Sylvester, Sandford B. 


18 


Lincolnville 


do 


do 






63 


Severance, Joseph 


21 


Searsmont 


do 


do 






64 


Stinson, Edwin M. 


42 


Oldtown 


Married 


do 






65 


Stevens, Edward H. 


22 


Montville 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




66 




21 


Troy 


do 


do 






67 


Smith, John B, 


21 


Bnrnham 


do 


do 






68 


Speed, Horace 


18 


Pittsfield 


do 


do 






69 




2M 


Belfast 


do 


do 






70 


Trtissell, Anson T. 


36 


do 


Married 


do 






71 


Thompson, Willinm 


38 


Rockland 


Single 


do 






72 


Whiimoiv, George W. 


22 


Belfast 


do 


do 






73 


Went worth, Thomas 


38 


Waldo 


Married 


do 






74 


Wliittaker, Granville 


21 


Bomham 


Single 


do 






75 Walker, James B. 


23 


Belmont 


do 


do 






76 


Walker, Andrew, P. 


31 


do 


do 


do 






77 


Webster, Charles M. 


25 


Unity 


Married 


do 






78 


Jackson, Ama<a J. 


34 


Belmont 


do 


do 






79 


Davis, Elias H. 


19 


Waldo 


Single 


do 






80 Davis, Elbrid^^ E. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






81 Davis, Jacob P. 


33 


Searsmont 


Married 


do 






82 Robinson, Alonso 


18 


Belfast 


Single 


do 


Aug. as 


83 Hatch, Sylvanus 


18 


r^incoln 


do 


Sept 7 


1 


84 McMann«, Marcian 


24 


Unity 


do 


do 






85 Hatch, Sylvanns B. 


44 


Lincoln 


Married 


Sopt, 23 






86. Snow, James O. 


24 


Lincolnville 


Single 


rfepL 7 






87 


Crosby, William 


as 


Rockland 


do 


Sept 7 







APPENDIX D. 186 

Betum of Company A^ Fourth Regiment ^ (^Continued.') 



tMkVk, 



32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

48 

43 

44 

45 

4< 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

H 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62JJiilT 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

66 

69Jolyr 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 



91 



SI 



When. 



Sept. S3 



Dlwli'd. 

WlMIU 



Sept 28 



Promoted to 7th Coipoiml, Nor. 17. 



Deserted, July S5. 

it u 



Confined at Richmond. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Tnuiiferred to 38th New Yock. 



De^rted, Jnlj 10. 
Killed bj acddent. 

Promoted to Corporal, Nor. 17. 



13 



186 



ADJUTANf-GEKSRAL'8 BEPORT. 



BecapituloHon of Companif A, Fourth RegimerU Jhfaninfj Maine Vobmieen. 





PiMant Sl Abtant. 




PiImo- 
•n. 


ceMML 


Dii. 
chaigad. 


■ert«d. 


Tnuw. 
fMmd. 






Fit for 
Dtttj. 


Sick. 


KUled. 


TMaL 


I^on-Com. Offio6n 
Mtuicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
9 
2 

70 


1 
3 


1 


3 


1 
1 


% 

4 


8 


1 
1 

9 


8 
18 

3 
87 


Total 


83 


4 


1 


3 


2 


i 


3 


4 


106 



Condensed Morning Report^ December Ist^ 1861. 















FmrntrnTir* 
















A [ 


-LtfW* 






i 

J 

J 


9o& DtTTTi 


BlC¥, 


On 


AftHAlt, 


,< 


Sick. 


0* 


< 


1 


1 


1 


< 

78 


■ 




i 

4 


-? 


i 


: 


1 

£ 


J 


I 


i 

1 

1 

1 




il 


i 

1 


o 


< 

J3u 


3 


11 


64 


1 3 


' 6 1 




Iso 






2 




1 




s 



Present Organization of the Company, 













Date of 




.j 


NamM. 


1 


Rank. 




Rank or 
Appoint- 


R«narkik 


** 




^ 






ment. 




1 


H. W. Cnnningham 


48 


Captain 


Belfast 






2 


Richard S. Ayer 
Alonzo E. Libbej 


32 IstXient 


Montville 


Jnne 15 




3 


24 


2d Lieat. 


Unity 


Jane 22 




1 


Otis C. McGray 


22 


Seigeaiit 


Unity 


Jane 22 




2 


Andrew J, Gray 


19 


do 


Montville 


April 27 




3 1 Rile J Greer 


35 


do 


Belfiut 


Nov. 17 




4; Thomas Dawson 


29 


do 


do 


do 




5|Frederick D. Aldos 


23 


do 


do 


do 




1 Edwin A. Coffin 


27 


Corporal 


Belfast 


Nov. 17 




2 Edward K. Stevens 


22 


dr 


MontviUe 


do 




3 James M. Beckett 


41 


do 


Northport 
Vinalhaven 


do 




4 


George 8. Carver 


21 


do 


do 




5 


Thomas H. Gnmey 


21 


do 


Waldo 


do 




6 


Ephraim F. Allenwood 


31 


do 


Belmont 


do 




7;Sylvann8B. Hatch 


44 


do 


Lincoln 


do 




' 


8amael M. Higgins 


45 


do 


Belmont 


do 





188 



ABJUTAKT-GBNRRAL'B BEPOBT. 



Betarn of Capt Elijah Walker, Companj B, Fourth Begimeot Infantry, Maioe 
of December let, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that haTe 
fifteenth day of Jane, 1861. ARTHUR LIBBEY, Orderly Setgeant. 



I 


Names. 


i 




Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
WiMre. 


When. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 












Elijah Walker, 


42 


Rockland 


Married 


June 15 








Orrin P. Mitchell, 


35 


do 


do 


do 








Jolias B. Litchfield. 


22 


do 


Single 


do 








SEROBANTB. 
















Arthur Libboy, 


26 


do 


Married 


do 








William £ Crockett, 


27 


do 


do 


do 








Harrison U. Cowing, 


27 


do 


Single 


do 








William A. Barker^ 


26 


do 


do 


do 








John Melvin Doe. 


31 


Bangor 


Married 


do 








60RFORAL8. 
















Madison Stevens, 


32 


Rockland 


do 


do 




, 




John L. Kellock, 


24 


do 


do 


do 








Heman H. Burpee, 


35 


do 


do 


do 


, 






Eben Harding, 


29 


do 


do 


do 








Albion K. Prentiss, 


32 


Troy 
Rockland 


do 


do 








John Butler, 


29 


do 


do 








Havflah Pease, 


36 


do 


Single 


do 








Alvin D. Bums. 


33 


Washington 


do 


do 








MUSICIANS. 
















Henry G. Tebbetts, 
Charles £. Gore. . 


21 


Rockland 


Married 


do 








21 


Union 


Single 


do 








WAOONBR. 
















Gorham Butler. 


23 


do 


do 


do 








PRITATBS. 
















Anderson, Robert, Jr. 


18 


Rockland 


do 


do 








Blackinton, Edwin R. 
Boynton, Arthur L. 


27 


do 


Married 


do 


Rockland 






18 


Bangor 
Dedham 


Single 


do 








BigdoU, Ellis 


23 


do 


do 








Black, Patrick 


28 


Waldoboro 


do 


do 








Bramhall, Geom A. 
Brown, Edwin B. 


26 


Rockland 


do 


do 


Alexandria 






21 


do 


do 


do 








6aker, Charles 


19 


do 


do 


do 








Burpee, John R. 


29 


do 


do 


do 








Blackinton, Morton A. 


2.'J 


do 


Married 


do 








Cowing, Edmund 


20 


do 


Single 


do 








Cunningham, Thomas J. 


30 


Veastie 




do 








Chamberlain, Nathau 


18 


Corinth 


do 


do 








Gushing, Ebcn 


24 


Bangor 


do 


do 








Christy, Robert 


18 


Rockland 


do 


do 








Chnse, Ashael 


21 


Wintcrport 


do 


do 










18 


Salem, Mass. 


do 


do 








Uanton, Andrew J. 


18 


Montville 


do 


do 








Dow, Herbert J. 


23 


Rockland 


do 


do 






20i 


Dow, Dana Y. 


20 


Thomaston 


do 


do 








Dunbar, George H. 
Flanagan, William J. 


19 


Rockland 


do 


do 








19 


do 


do 


do 








Famsworth, Theodore H. 


44 


do 


Married 


do 








Fletcher, Brian W. 


32 


do 


do 


do 




July 21 






19 


do 


Single 


do 






26 


Femald, Charles 0. 


21 


Winterport 


do 


do 






27 


Grant, Robert 


31 


Bangor 
N. Y. City 


do 


do 






28 


Qalland, William 


24 


do 


do 






29 


Gardiner, Andrew J. 


28 


Lincoln 


do 


do 






80 


Goodwin, Albert 


19 


Monson 


do 


do 






81 


Hopkins, Charles W. 


21 


Jefferson 


do 


do 







APPBITDIZ D. 



18Si 



Tolonteen, stationed at Alexandria, Ya., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

ELUAH WALKER, Captain. 



Wban 
TUten. 



1 

2 

a 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

26 July 21 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



DeeesMd. 

When. 



DiKh'd. 

WlMO. 



Kednced to ranks, Ang. 16. Deserted, Aog. 20. 
Promoted to 2d Seigeant, Ang. 25. 

** Sergeant-Migor, Sept 15. 
Reduced to ranks, Oct. 1. 



Redftced to ranks, Kor. 11. 
Promoted to Sd Sergeant, Sept 15. 
4th »' *' 

Promoted to 5th Sergeant, Oct 1. 



Promoted to Regimental Band, Jnne 16. 



Sept 17 



Oct 27 



Remsrks. 



On fnrlongh in Maine. 



Promoted to Regimental Band, Jane 16. 



Deserted, Jnly 27. 



Released from Richmond in Oct. 



190 



ADJUTAHT-OSmEKAL'B BSPOBT. 



Return of Company B, Fourth Regmentj (^ConHnued.y 



& 

32 
SS 

34 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

40 

41 

48 

48 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

60 

51 

62 

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 

61 

89|Loa< 

83 

84 

85 

86 

67 

88 

89 

90 



Hnsiey, William F. 
nod^niMiy AiiffWtBB 
HMkeU, JohnW. 
Ingnham, Bofnf C 
Keith, Zrpha S. 
Lftmb, Samael B. 
Mitchell, Henry T. 
Bfonlton, George D. 
Moore, Adoninm J. 
Biomy, EdfEar L. 
Meggoier, Edward C. 
Marray, Charies 0. 
M'Kean, John 
Merrick, Alfred P. 
Morray, John 
Norris, Daniel C. 
Philbrick, William 
Pomroy, Josiah H. 
Potter, FianUin W. • 
Pillflbnry, Thaddeoe S. 
Pratt, Joseph R. 
Pitcher, Hanison A. 
Preecott, Royall 
Qainby, James ' 

Ripley, Henry 0. 
Read, Joseph C. 
Richardson, Alfred W. 
Redlon, Gteorige M. 
Simmons, Hanson B. 
Salsbniy, Robert D. 
Spear, Otis 0. 
Stetson, George F. 
Spear, Thomas B. 
Spear, Josiah C. 
Snowdeal, Thomas H. 
Sawyer, Charles F. 
Sterens, Elery 0. 
Spanlding, Geoige H, 
Towne, Asahel 
I'hayer, Howard A. 
Totman, Samael S. 
Tower, Franklin M. 
Titns, John W. 
Ulmer, Wyman W. 
Willis, Amna 
Wood, Charles F. 
Wooster, Alden F. 
Wall, George E. 
Clark, James W. 
Lougy, John B. 
Loaderback, Dayid H. 
Heal, Artemns 
Tifjrhe, George H. 
Whitney, Francis N. 
Philbrook, Levi A. 
Ulmer Alonso N. 
Snowdeal, Geoive, Jr. 
Taylor, G^rge F. 
Knowlas, John, Jr. 



Alton 

Hampden 

RocUand 

do 

do 
Calais 
Rockland 
Freedom 
Veazie 
Rockland 
Glenbnrn 
Palermo 
Philadel., Pa. 
Bangor 

do 
N. Haren, Ct 
RockUnd 
Hampden 



do 
Portland 
EU>ckland 

do 
Bangor 
Rockland 
Orono 
Freedom 
Rockland 

do 
Tremont 
Rockland 

do 

do 

do 
Thomaston 
Rockland 

do 
Deer Isle 
Rockland 
Brewer 
Rockland 
Lincolnville 
Rockland 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Bangor 
Philadel., Pa. 
Rockland 

do 
Machias 
Thomaston 
Rockland 
Thomaston 
Rockland 
Hampden 



lUnM 


MoMMed 


or 


into 


Sfaicl*. 


U.8.8Mr. 


Sin^ 


Jnnel5 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Bfarried 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


ICarried 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 




do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


July 8 


do 


Aug. 8 


do 
do 


V* 


do 


Sept. 17 


do 


Sept 19 


Married 


Jone 15 


do 


do 



ReglHbsp. 
ReglHoep, 



Reg^Hosp. 



Amiapolis 
Washingt'n 



Wkw. 



JnlySI 



APPBHDIX D. 



191 



Xeinm of Ompamf B, Fourth Aegiment^ (^Oontinued.} 



i 


FiuuMn. 
When 
TakM. 


"^^sr- 


OfMll'd. 
WlMD. 


Remtfki. 


32 










" 


83 












34 












35 












3e 












37 








Will fBoover. 




38 
39 








Promoted to Corporal, Oct 1. 




40 












41 












4) 












43 












44 












45 






Sept 17 






46 






Sept I 






47 












48 










. 


49 
50 








Deaerted, July 26. 




51 












52 








Deserted, Aug. S. 




53 
54 








" July 27. 




55 












56 

57 








PfDinoted to Corporal, Oct 1. 




58 
59 




Joly 




Died in Hospital 




60 












61 








Not heard from since Jnlj. 




62 
63 








Promoted to Ooiporal, Ang. 25. 




S4 












65 










i 


66 












67 
68 








Promoted to Colporal, Not. 11. 




69 








Deserted, Ang. 27. 




70 
71 








Cat in two by caonotl-ball. 




72 










• 


73 












74 












75 












76 












77 












78 










( 


79 












80 












81 












82 












83 










• 


84 












85 












86 












87 








• 


' 


88 












89 








9 




90 








Promoted to^Moddan, Jane 16. 


1 



192 



adjutant-obkbral's bbpobt. 



Recapitulation of (hnnpany Bj Fourth Regiment hif amity ^ Maine Vobmteerw. 





PVM«ltJtAbMDt.| 


PriMB- 

•n. 


I>»- 

CMMd. 


Dto. 
ehuvML 


I>»- 
Mttod. 


Tnm- 
femd. 






Fitfbr 
Dutj. 


Biek. 


KillwL 


T«aL 


Commissioiied Officers 
Kon-Com. Officers 
Mnsiciaiis & Wagoner 
PriTatet 


9 
11 

1 
71 


7 


8 




1 


. 1 
8 


1 
5 


1 
1 
1 


8 
18 

S 
90 


Total 


86 1 7 


8 




1 


4 


6 


8 


109 


Oondemed Morning Report, December let, 1861. 



Pttuiirr, 



P<i» Dtrrr. 



3 13 



SiiiK. 



■<ji 



«8S4| 



Os 



DCTT, 



'"•A^T. 



«|3 



II 



Ahv^t. 









^ 



ill 
if 

C u 

41 



II 

III 



I 1 



4^03 



Preeent Organization of ike Company. 



1 EUjah Walker 
S Orrin P. MitcbeO, 
8 Julius B. Liichfield 

1 Artfaur Libbcrr 
S Harrison U. Cowing 
8 Herman H. Burpee 
4Eben Harding 
ft John Butler . 

1 aCadison Sterens 
t Albion K. Prenii« 
8 Hanlah Feaae 
4 Ahrin D. Bans 
ft Otis 6. Spear 
ft Henrj T. MitelMll 
7 HeniT O. Rtplej 
• Charies F. Sawjer 

1 Cbarles S. Gore 
% John KnowleS) Jr. 



431 Captain Rockland 
351 1st lieat., Rockhuid 
S2 Sd Lieot. Rockland 



Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Rockland 
do 
do 
do 
do 



D«t»of 



Appoiaw 

April Sft 
do 
do 

Jane 1ft 
Aug. Sft 
<S<rDt.lft 

Oct.1 



Corporal Rockland 
do ,Tn>j 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



31jMi 
44 do 



June 1ft 

Rockland | do 
Washin^^ton ' do 



Rockland 
do 
do 
do 

Union 



Anic.lft 
Oct 1 
I do 
•Not. 11 

I 

JiDMlft 

!JaneU 



194 



AI>JTrCAl^^a]INHRAL'8 EEPORT. 



Betom of Capt Charies B. Greenhaigh, Company C, Fonrtii Regiment Infiuitrj, Ifaiao 
of Deoemb«r let, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fifteenth daj of Jonot 1861. C. H. CONANT, Orderly Sergeant. 



1 


Names. 
0OMMIB8IOVBD OFFICKB8. 


1 


BMidanca 


Muried 

or 
Sliigl.. 


Muvtend 

ioto 
U.B.8«. 


Sick. 
Where. 


KilM. 
Wbett. 


















OlirerJ. Cooant, 


35 




Married 


June 15 








Charles A. Rollins, 


27 


Thomaston 


Single 


do 








Charles B. Oreenhalgfa. 

8BROSAVT8. 


25 


Rockland 


do 


do 






















Geoiee F. Crabtree, 
Charies H. Conant, 


82 

26 


do 
do, 


Married 
do 


do 
do 








Franklin Achom, 


32 


do 


Single 


do 








Elisha S. Rogers, 


43 


do 


Bfarried 


do 








John H. Tonng. 

GOBPOSALB. 


36 


do 


do 


do 








Joseph R. Conant, 
Kendall K. Rankin, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 








22 


do 


do 


do 








Eugene Waters, 


27 


do 


do 


do 








Geoige A. Staples, 


28 


do 


Married 


do 








John Colbnm, 


37 


do 


do 


do 








Eben L. Hisgins, 
James M. Brown, 


26 


do 


do 


do 








25 


Thomaston 


Single 










Horatio G. Collins. 

MUBICIAKB. 


23 


Rockland 


dS 


do 
do 








John F. Walker, 


22 


do 


Married 










Nathaniel £. Mathews, 
WAOOiraB. 


18 


do 


Single 


do 








James Balcomb. 




Thomaston 


Married 


do 








PRIVATES. 








do 








Austin, Warren W. 


21 


do 


Single 


do 








Blackinton, Oliver N. 


21 


Rockland 


dS 


do 








Brown, Orlando F. 


24 


do 


Married 


do 








Bntler, Ephraim K 
CoUins, William J. 


18 


Thomaston 


Single 


do 








19 


Camden 


do 


do 








Candage, Aveir L. 
Cnnningham, Austin 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 








19 


Warren 


do 


do 








Canning, Dennis 


28 


Rockland 


do 


do 




Jnly21 




Cnnningham, Alfred W. 


19 


JefferBon 


do 


do 








Crockett, Alden 


SO 


Rockland 


do 


do 








Carson, Henry 
Chapman, William 
Cnshing, McCobb 
Caswell WUUam 


32 


do 


Bfarried 


do 








35 


do 


do 


do 








42 


do 


do 


do 




« 




35 


Warren 


Singto 


do 








Dickey, Allen A. 


18 


Rockland 


dS 


do 








Fyler, Michael N. 


44 


do 


Married 


do 








Fales, R. Orlando 


21 


Thomaston 


Single 


do 








Gowon, Nathaniel B. 


39 


Rockland 


Married 


do 








Gardiner, George G. 


19 


Camden 


Single 


do 








Grant, John F. 


20 


Rockland 


dS 


do 








Grant, Jarfis B. 


19 


do 


do 


do 




July 21 


22 


Gardner, Alanson 


22 


Camden 


do 


do 






23 


Hewett, Sewall 


17 


Rockland 


do 


do 




July 21 


24 


Keller, Thomas 


22 


do 


do 


do 






25 


Knteht, Francis B. 
Ladmg, Amandos £. 


19 


Jefferson 


do 


do 






26 


19 


Waldoboro 


do 


do 






27 


Liscomb, H. C. 


21 


Thonmston 


do 


do 






28 


Low, Thomas 


56 


do 


Married 


do 






29 


Libby, Charles 2d 


18 


Rockland 


Single 


do 






90 


MiUer, Charles 


21 


do 


& 


do 






81 


Melvine,AmbrwP. 


40 


do 


Married 


do 







APPBKDIZ ]>• 



195 



Vbhmteen, stationed at Alexandria, Ya., exprening its condition on the norning 
taken plaoe in the Company eince it entered the service of the United States, on the 

C. B. GREENHALGH, Captain. 



4 


Priaoaan. 
Wb0ii 
TUmu 


Decaaaed 
Whan.- 


Diach'd. 
Wliaa. 


Ramwks. 








Sept 9 


Long eomplaint. Besigned. 

Elected Captain, Sept 9. 

Appointed 2d L!eatenant» Sept 9. 
IstSeigeam, ^' 








♦ 


Appointed 6th Seigeant» Sept 9. 
Appointed Corporal, Sept 9. 




• 










JnijSl 


Oct 




At Richmond. 


SI 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 

ao 

81 






Septg 


Deierted, Sept. 89. 
Deiwrted, Ang. 9. 



196 



abjutanisgeneral's report. 



Return of Company C, Fourth Regiment y ( Continued.^ 



i 

32 
33 
84 
35 
36 
87 
88 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
61 
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 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 



Namof. 



Mardn, Patrick 
Murphy, Levi 
Macovej, James 
MelluB, Francis G. 
NickersoD, Moses 
Overlack, Emerson 
Perry, Charles C. 
Pitcher, Adelbert S. 
Pottle, Benjamin F. 
PnrceU, John 
Pressey, Andrew B. 
Pottle, Andrew 
Packard, Lorenzo 
Pease, Sumner B. 
Palmer, Benjamin F. 
Rankin, Leonard C. 
Bobbins, Rnfas 
Robinson, Charles E. 
Ramsay, Crowell J. 
Rich, John W. 
Sheldon, Geon^ 
Sntherland, Walter 
Salisbury, Albert F. 
Shnman, Joseph S. 
Sherman, Joseph W. 
Thomas, George W. 
Titus, Ezekiel M. 
Thomas, John H. 
Tnttle, James F. 
Tillson, P. Henry 
Veazie, Abijah 
Vose, Silas H. 
Wakely, Thomas 
WaUs, Henry C. 
Whitney, Joshua G. 
Weed, Thurlow 
Woodcock, Moses L. 
Wade, Edwin 
Shepherd, Albert 
Tonnff, Hoeea 
Winslow, Jacob 
Walter, Benjamm 
Bopton, S. P. 
Kellar, John A. 
Stahl, John D 
Boyle, John 
Moga Omar 
Mortal, Thomas 
Bijagg, James M. 
Kennedy, Daniel 
DeTine, John 
Clark, Weston 
Snowdeal, T. E. 
Barker, George A. 
Coombs, Josiah 
Leach, F. M. 
Mills, EUsha 
Weed, Joseph 





Mmrried 


Mnnerod 


BattdflBee. 


or 


into 




Single. 


U.&8er. 


Jefferson 


Single 


June 15 


Rockland 


Married 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Waldoboro 


Single 


do 


Rockland 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Hope 


Single 


do 


Thomaston 


Married 


do 


Rockland 


Single 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Washington 


Single 


do 


Waldoboro 


do 


do 


N. Portland 


do 


do 


Camden 


do 


do 


RockUnd 


do 


do- 


Tremont 


do 


do 


Waldoboro 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Rockland 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Thomaston 


do 


do 


Rockland 


Married 


do 


Waldoboro 


Single 


do 


Portland 


Married 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Rockland 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Cushing 


do 


do 


Rockland 


Single 


Sept 7 


Jefferson 


do 


June 15 


Warren 


do 


do 


Rockland 


do 


do 


W^arren 


do 


do 


Rockland 




do 


do 


Single 


do 


Warren 


do 


do 


Oldtown 


do 


do 


Passadumkeag 


do 


do 


Bangor 
Rockland 
do 


Married 

Single 

Married 


do 


Boston > 


Single 


do 


Searsport 


do 


do 


Thomaston 


do 


X'' 


Rockland 


Married 


Vinalharen 


Single 


do 


Camden 


do 


do 


Vinalhaven 


do 


do 


Rockland 


do 


Not. 9 



sick. 
Whet*. 



In Camp 



Killed. 
WboB. 



July SI 



APPENDIX D. 



197 



Return of Company C, Fourth Regiment j (^Continued.) 



Wfaen 
TaJEeik 



82 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

56 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

8t 

82 

831 

84 

85 

86 

87 

J9 



JalySl 



WlMB. 



Diech'd. 
Wben. 



Sept 10 



Jaly 18 



Sept. I 



Sept. 10 



Not. 4 



Remaikt. 



Deserted, July S3. 
Deserted, Ang. 7. 

Deserted, Not. 9. 

Missing since battle of Boll Bon, probably killed. 



Deserted, Ang. 7. 



Confined at Bicfamond. 



Transferred to 38th New Tork. 

(« tl u 



Transferred from Company H. 



198 



ADJUTAinSGBNEIlAL'S BSPOBT. 



JReccqnHdaHan of (hmpany (7, Fmaih Regimmt Infantry y Maine VolwUetn. 





PiMant ^ AbMBL 


KilM. 


Plrifon- 


D«. 

CMMd. 


nta 


«v_ 


Tnns- 
femd. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


C)Mr|^.WItMl. 

1 


ToltL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Mosiciaiis & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
13 

a- 

65 


I 

1 


4 


8 


1 


1 
6 


7 


2 


4 
IS 

9 
88 


Total 


8S 


2 


4 


2 


1 


7 


7 


2 


108 



Condemed Morning Report^ December !«/, 1861. 



PuiBirr. 



Fob Outt. 



I£ 



216 65 83 



SiCB* 



185 



Oh 

SrBciAi. 

DUTT. 



I 



Ilf 

Abbbit. 



I! 



,1 



III 

I 



Abmbt. 



Sick. 






I 



Ob 
Bfboiai. 
Sbbticb. 



85 



Preeeni Organization of the C ompan y . 



ICharles B. Qreenhalgh 
2 Charles A. RoUins 
8 6. T. Crabtree 

1 C. H. Conant 

2 Franklin Achom 
8 E. S. Boeers 

4 John H. lonng 

5 J. R. Conant 
I 

IKK Ranktns 

2 Engene Waters 

3 Geofge A. Staples 

4 John Colbnm 
ft£.L. Higgina 
6J.M. Brown 

7 H. G. ColKnt 

8 0UTerN.Bladniigtoa 

IJ.F. Walker 
2N.C.Mathewi 



IJa 



Bakomb 



Captain 

IstLient 

8dLient 



26*Seigeant 



do 
do 
do 
do 



28' do 

37< do 

26 do 

25* do 

23! do 

211 do 

22l>ramV 
18Fifv 

I 
S5.1 



DBtaoT 



BodOaad 'Sept. 9 
Thomaston June 15 
Rockland Sept. 9 



Rockland 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Roddand 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 

^' 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

June 15 
do 

1ft 



200 



ADJlTTAKT-esraRAL'S BBPOBT. 



Betnn of Capt. Lorenio D. Canrer, Company D, Fonrth B^ment Infimtry, MaiM 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that hav* 
fifteenth day of Jnne, 1861. EDWIN LIBBET, Orderiy Seigcant. 



1 

S 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
SO 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 

SO Jo; 
SlU 



Nil 



' OOMMISSIOirSD OFV10SB8. 

Lorenzo D. Carrer, 
Thomas Glover, 
Ghas. J. Strickland. 

8KBGBAHT8. 

John F. Singhi, 
Silas E. Labe, 
Bofns F. Day, 
SnlUran K Whiting, 
CalTin L. Haskell. 
oonposALa. 
Samnel F. Mesenrey, 
Hosea Combs, 
MarkPenr, 
Allen P. Farrington, 
Geoige E. Starbird, 
Sylvanns N. Saddler, 
Appleton Townsend, 
Geoige W. Chatte. 

MUBICIAXS. 

1 John Grenner, 
Charles Madgett. 

WAOOITBS. 

Charles P. Bams. 

PRITATB8. 

Abbott, George R. 
BarUett, Moses D. 
Bailey, Joseph 
Baleman, A. P. 
Boggs, Emenon H. 
Either, Martin 
Bolton, Seth 
Bowden, Charles 
Bragg, B. £. 
Chase, John R. 
Cooper, Randall 
Combs, John F. 
Cnnnin^am, Jacob C. 
Cnnningham, Wm. E. 
Davis, Henrr O. 
Dollif, ThoilowJ. 
Dow, Moses A. 
Eaton, James B. 
Eaton, Isaiah Y. 
Fields, Anthony 
Foss, William B. 
Gray, John S. 
Haskell, Horace K. 
Ha^keU, Peter H. 
Hatch, James 
Heath, Samnel 
Holden, Samnel E. 
Hardair, Thomas 
Jones, Johnson, Jr. 
Tov. Edward H. 
Fohnson, John O. 



Rockland 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Winterport 
Rockland 
Somenrille 
Deer Isle 

Rockland 



do 



Thomastoo 

Rockland 

Jefferson 

do 
Wairen 

I9;nnity 

20 Frankfort 

25.Rockland 

Sl| do 

SO.SwanvOle 

18^ashington 

20Trnion 

34 do 

SSWashingtOtt 

SO.Rockland 



20 



19 



Winterport 
Washington 
Deer Isle 
do 
do 
RodLland 
23 Washington 
32 Deer Isle 
do 
Washington 
Rockland 
Deer Isle 
Bangor 
Union 
33'Washington 
29iBo<±]and 



Muriod 


MUSCMWI 


or 


into 


Singls. 


U.S. Bar. 


liarried 


June 15 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Bfarried 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


IMitfried 


do 



Biek. 



Alexandria 



Jaly21 



JnlySl 



JnlySl 



APPENDIX D. 



201 



Volonteenf stationed at Alexandria, Ya., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

LORENZO D. CARVER, Captain. 



^ When 
>5 taken. 



Dec«amd. 
Wheo. 



ajjuly 21 



I 

I 

6, 
71 
8 July 21 

l| 
2 



lot 

12 
13' 

u • 

15 
16 
17 
18 

19; 

201 

»M 

22 July Jl 
23;JqW 21 

24! 

25' 

26! 

27. 

2S,JalT2l 

231 

30l 

31. 



Diwh'd. 
When. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Promoted to band leader, Jnne 16. 
Reduced to ranks, Nov. 15. 
Reduced to Corporal, Sept. 22. 
Promoted to band, Jane 16. 



Nor. 20 



Jnly 19 



Ramarkt. 



fUdnced to ranks, Aug. 20. 

** July 9. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted to band, June 16. 

Deserted, July 25. Transferred from Co. I., July 9. 



Appointed 5th Sergeant, Sept 21. 

Deserted, Ang. 19. 
It <i 

" July 25. 
Injured by exposure. 
Deserted, July 25. 

(( u 

Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept 22. 
Deserted, July 25. 



Deserted, July 26. 

Transferred to SSth N. Y., Sept 22. 

« <« (( u 

Confined at Richmond. 
*t (I 

Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept 22. 
<» i« it (« 

i( •« i« (( 

Confined at Richmond. 

Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 



14 



202 abjutant-qsneral's report. 

Return of Company D, Fourth Regiment, (^CknUinuedJ) 









Mmrried 


Husterad 


Biclu 


KiHed. 


i 


Naznof. 


1 




or 
Single. 

Single 


1 into 
U.8.Ser. 

Jane 15 


When. 


WbMk 


32 Keliey, Thomas 


32;Boston 






33 jKiff, Alexander B. 
34|Marsh, F. W. 


24 Rockland 
38:Boat Biyson 


Married 
Single 


do 
do 






35, Miller, Parker 


32' Rockland 


Married 


do 






36 Marshall. Henry 


23 iPrince Roberts 


Single 


do 






37 


Miller, John 


18,Rockland 


do 


do 






38 
39 


Merrill. Chas. F. 
Martin, Christopher 


18;Troy 
22 Rockland 


do 
do 


do 
do 




J1U72I 


40 


MiUay, A. J. 


20 Thomaston 


do 


do 






41 


Morrissey, John 


34 Rockland 


do 


do 






42 


Murphy, John 


33| do 


Married 


do 






43 


Necdham. Samnel J. 


331 Camden 


do 


do 






44 1 Norton, William 


23 Rockland 


Single 


do 






45 Norton, Joseph, Jr. 


23; St. George 
23' Rockland 


do 


do 






46'O'Neil, William H. 


do 


do 






47 Ober. Mark A. 


24 Camden 


do 


do 






48 


Perkins, William 


37 Rockland 


do 


do 






49 


Pernr, Levi J. 
Peasley, George 


19 Thomaston 


do 


do 






50 


21 SomenriUe 


do 


do 






51 


Pushor, Eben E. 


19 Pittsfield 


do 


do 






52 


P«TT, Chandler F. 


44 Winterport 


Married 


do 






63 Qainn, John A. 


18 Rockport 


Single 


do 






54 Rackliff, Samnel 


24; Detroit 


do 


do 






55 Reynolds, Uriah 


2l{Bnmham 


do 


do 






56 


Richards, Horatio 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 






67 


Richards, Lafayette 


25 


do 


do 


do 






58 Robin, James P. 


25 


do 


Married 


do 






59 Robinson. R. G. 


1 8 Jefibreon 


Single 


do 






60 


Rice, Abiel P. 


26;Anson 


do 


do 






61 


Shonler, James C. 


20; Rockland 


Married 


do 






62 


Sidlingten, Geo. W. 


39 Union 


do 


do 






63 


Simmons, Jos. A. 


24 Camden 


Single 


do 






64 


Snow, Edwm 


25 Rockland 


Married 


do 






65 


Smith, John 


34 do 


Single 


do 






66 'Small, Andrew 


30 Deer Isle 


Married 


do 






67 Smith, Albert 


18, Thomaston 


Single 


do 






68 Stinson, Joseph E. 


19! Rockland 


do 


do 






69 Storey, Henry B. 


2i;Union 


do 


do 






70 


Stickney, Mellen L. 


18 Jefferson 


do 


do 






71 


Sparhawk, Jacob A. 


31 Rockland 


do 


do 






72 


Savage, Andrew 


39 Washington 
33 Ellsworth 


Married 


do 






73 


Silver, Norman W. 


Single 


do 






74 


Thomas, Orrin 0. 


19,RockIand 


do 


do 






75 


Thomas, Edward W. 


19| do 


do 


do 






76 


Thnrsdon, Habins W. 


23 Union 


do 


do 






77 


Whitmore, Otis 


34iUnity 


do 


do 






78 


Wood, Samuel A. 


29 Rockland 


Married 


do 






79 


Wyatt, Thomas 


40; do 


do 


do 






80 


Watson, Jerome 


21 Union 


Single 


do 






81 


Witham, John 




do 


do 






82 


Barrett, John 


24 Baltimora 


do 


July 9 






83|Sidelinger, Hilton W. 


l8,Union 


do 


^t" 






84 Clark, Abial B. 


18 Jefferson 


do 






85' Libbey, Edwin 


28lRockUnd 


Married 


June 15 






SejShields, William 


20! do 


Single 


do 






87 [Fountain. William 


28' do 


do 


do 






88 


Brooks, Joseph H. 


21 


Palermo 


do 


Sept 7 







APPENDIX B. 



208 



Return of Company D, Fourth Regiment y ( Continued^) 



Wbeo 
laJceo. 



Jalj 21 



32 
33 
34 
35 

36 
37 
38 
39 

41 
42 
43 
44 

45 
46 

47: 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57lJal7 21 

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 

85 

86 

87 



July 21 
Jal7 21 



Doeeamd. 
Wh0U. 



DiachM. 
When. 



Aug. 28 



Aag. 15. 



Aug. 9 
Jaly 26 



Remmrks. 



Transferred to 38th N. T., Sept. 22. 



Confined at Riohmond. 

Promoted to dd Sei^p^nt, Jnly 10. 

" Corporal, Sept. 3. 
Wonnded in arm at BnU Kan. 

Deserted, July 25. 

Transferred to d8th N. T., Sept. 22. 

U * U « C( 

Promoted to Hospital Norse, Jane 16. 
Deserted, Jnly 25. 

(4 « 

Transferred to 38th N. T., Sept. 22. 
Confined at Bicbmond. 



Transferred to 38th N. T., Sept. 22. 
Wonnded at Ball Rnn. 
Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 



Transferred to 38th N. T., Sept. 22. 
Confined at Richmond. 
Deserted, Jaly 26. 
At Richmond, of woands. 



Deserted, Jaly 25. 

" " Injored in leg at Ball Ron. 

Appointed Corporal, July 10. 
Transferred to 38th N. T., Sept. 22. 

Deserted, Jaly 25. 

ftoeville, Jalv 18. 
Transferred from Co. H., Sept. 21, Wounded ai'Cen- 
Transferred from Company H. Sept. 21. 



204 



adjutant-genebal's report. 



Return of Company D, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



i 



Names. 



Jr 



89 Barnard, Ira 
90, Chapman, Lorenzo 
&1 Davis, Elias 
! Hodges, Charles 



93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 



Eager, Ezckiel P. 
Heath, Ambrose 
McCarr, Simon 
Mcrryficld, Benjamin 
McLaoghlin, ^-^ 
Moody, Richard 
O'Brien, Patrick 
Shepherd, Almon 
Taylor, Simon 
Martin, Daniel 
Yoang, S. L. 



RMidence. 



Union 

Waldoboio' 

Rockland 

Gardiner 

Rockland 

Jefferson 

Rockland 

Hope 

Rockland 

do 
Jefferson 
Rockland 

do 

do 



Married 


Mu8teKd 


or 


into 


Single 


U.S.Ser. 


Married 


Jnne 15 


Single 


Sept. 7 


Married 


June 15 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


Sept. 7 


do 


Jane 15 


Single - 


do 


do 


do 




do 


do 


Sept. 7 


do 


June 15 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Sick. 
Where. 



APPENDIX D. 205 

Betum of Company D, Fourth Regiment j ( Continued,') 



89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

9S 

99 

100 

101 

lOSj 

103| 



When 



WlMB. 



Diseh*d. 

WlMD. 



Remarkf. 



Transferred from Company H, Sept 21. 
Transferred from Company H, Sept. 21. 



206 adjutant-obneral'8 report. 

RecapitvlaHon of Company D, Fourth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





PnMntAAlMeiit. 




PriMD. 
en. 


D^ 


m. 


rv^ 


1**... 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


KUlod. 


ceased, chaiged. fened. fened. 

i 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Corn. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
5 

57 


1 


1 

4 


1 
1 

8 




1 

4 


1 
13 


5 

1 
17 


S 

IS 

3 

103 


Total 


64 


1 


5 I 10 


! 5 


14 23 


122 





Pbsisitt. 



Fob Ddtt. 



2 5 57 64 



Sick. 



\i 
is 

ill 

ill 

11 

si I 
3,1 



Or I 
Special ' 

DUTT. 



In 
Aekxit. 



S. 

n 
1 

s 

1 

s 
6 



a' 



111 

i 

aiiiS 



Astsirr. 



Sick. 



Ort 
Spscial 
Sebtics. 



lit 



V 1 8 10 75! 





Present Organization of the Coning. 










, 1 


Date of 




i 


Names. 


< 


Rank. 




Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remaiki. 


1 


L. D. Carver 


35 


Captain |Rockland 


April 27 




2 


Thomas B. Glover 


31 


IstLient 


do 


do 


PrisV at Richmond 


3 


C. L. Strickland 


24 


2d Lieut 


do 


do 




1 


Edwin Libby 
William Shields 


28 


Sergeant 


Rockland 


^-V' 


[Sept. 21. 
Transf from C?o. H, 


2 


20 


dT 


do 


Transf. from Co. H, 


3;Calvin L. Haskell 


28 


do 


do 


June 15 


[Sept 21. 


4 


Samuel J. Ncedham 


33 


do 


Camden 


July 10 




5 


George B. Abbott 


19 


do 


Thomaston 


Sept. 21 




1 


S. L. Meservey 


28 


Corporal 
do 


Rockland 


June 15 




2;Mark Perry ' 

3! Allen P. Farrington 


44 


do 


do 




38 


do 


do 


do 




4' William Norton 


23 


do 


do 


Sept 3 
July 10 




5 Thomas Wyatt 


40 


do 


do 


[Bull Ran. 


6 George W. Chatte 


25 


do 


Deer Isle 


June 15 


Taken prisoner at 


7,Rufas F. Day 


26 


do 


Rockland 


i8ept22 

1 do 


[Sent 21. 
TransC from Co. H« 


8 


; William Fountain 


28 


do 


do 



208 



adjuta3»t-gbnbral's report. 



Betom of Capt. Stephen C. Whitehoiute, Company E, Foarth Regiment Infantry, Maiv 
of December 1st, 1861, togetber with a complete record of the changes that hav« 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. JAMES E. BEATH, Orderly Sei^ant. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

1 
2 

1 

1 
2 
3 
4 
A 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



NaiDM. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICEB8. 

Stephen C. Whitehoose, 
James O. Dow, 
Frederick £. Hassey. 

SERGEANTS. 

Artemas Robinson, 
Freeman W. HaU, 
James D. Erskine 
Wilmot Wliitehouse 
John G. Anld. 

CORPORALS. 

Hiram Hatch, 
Emery J. Hilton, 
James E. Beath, 
Charles C. Brown, 
Harvey Berce, 
Abram T. Gammage, 
Eirander G. Snow, 
Charles H. Haggett 

MUSICIANS. 

Lncins B. Vamey, 
George Hutchings. 

WAOONEE. 

Albert S. Webb. 

PRIVATES. 

Averoll, Stinson A. 
Barstow Willard T. 
Bnigdon, Orlando C. 
Batlor, Nicholas 
^^f^f Timothy 
Chapman, Jerome A. 
Chapman, John S. 
Chapman, Charles K. 
Chapman, Francis 
Chapman, Everett B. 
Cotter, Charles H. 
Coombs, Ensign 
Campbell, Edwin W. 
Clark, Rufas 
Clark, Enos 
ClUby, Robert S. 
Campbell, Thomas B. 
Clement, Charles A. 
Dow, Charles H. 
Danbar, J. Roscoe 
Fales, Samuel 
Fountain, Isaac W. 
Farr. William C, Jr. 
Gowan, Zuinglas C. 
Gowan, John L. 
Gamage, Daniel E. 
Giles, Harvey H. 
Gove, Oscar C. 
Hall, Asa O. 
Hull, John 
Hodgkins, James H. 



Newcastle 
do 
do 

Damarisootta 

Newcastle 

Bristol 

Newcastle 

Boothbay 

Newcastle 

Bremen 

Boothbay 

Newcastle 

Bristol 

Damariscotta 

Nobleboro' 

Newcastle 

Bristol 
Newcastle 

do 

do 
Damariscotta 
Alna 
Damarisootta 

do 
Nobleboro' 
Damariscotta 
Newcastle 
Nobleboro' 

do 
Damariscotta 
Rockland 
Newcastle 
Nobleboro' 

do 
Boothbay 
Thomaston 
Edgecomb 
Newcastle 
Nobleboro* 
Thomaston 
Bristol 
Thomaston 
Nobleboro' 

do 
Damariscotta 
Boothbav 
Newcastle 
Waldoboro' 
Damariscotta 
Nobleboro' 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


Into 


Single. 
Married 


U.S.Ber. 


June 15 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 






do 


do 


do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 



Killed. 
Wbea. 



July SI 



Jolydl 



APPENDIX D. 



209 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va^ expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Companj since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

JAMES D. ERSEINE, Captain. 



Privooen. 
When 
taken. 



JUy21 
Jn^ 21 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
U 
19 
90 
21 
22 
S3 
24 
25 
96 
27 
28 
S9 
30 
31 



Decems«d, 
When. 



Oct. 80 
July 4 
JalyS 



Oct 27 



Oct 21 



Sept. 26 



Dt«ch*d. 
Wben. 



Sept 26 



Remarkj. 



Resigned. 



Confined at Richmond. 
Confined at Richmond. 
Appointed Captain, Nor. I. 

Appointed IstLieatenant, Not. 30. 

Promoted to Acting 4th Sergeant, Jnly 22. 

Woanded at Bull Run. 

Promoted to Orderly Sergeant, Not. SO. 

Rcdaced to ranks, July 8. 

Returned to ranks, Aug. SI, on account of sickness. 

Returned to ranks on account of sickness, Aug. 31. 
Consumption. 

Returned to ranks. 
Returned to ranks. 



Promoted to Corporal, Sept I. 

Promoted to Corporal, Sept 1. 

' W. M. Packard, of Rockland, who was taken pris- 
oner at Bull Run, was substituted for Cotter, 
June 15. 

Transferred to N. T. S8th Vols. 
Promoted to Sergeant, Nor. SO. 



Transferred to N. T. S8th Vols. 



210 



ADJUTAirr-GENBEAL'S REPORT. 





Return of Company 


E, Fourth 


Regiment J (^ Continued.') 


i 


Namee. 






Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U.B.8er. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 

WbMb 


82 


Hatdi, Joseph L. 


18 


Nobleboro' 


Single 


June 15 






S3 


Harlow, M. Hall 


19 


Waldoboro' 


do 


do 






84 


Henry, Joseph 


24 


Dresden 


do 


do 






35 


Hall, Almond 


18 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






36 


Hall, Lorenzo A. 


21 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






87 


Hagan, Cyras B. 


18 


Boothbay 


do 


do 






38 


Hatch, James A. 


25 


Jefferson 


do 


do 






39 


Hatch, Moses W. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






40 


Hastings. Donald M. 


21 


Bristol 


do 


do 






41 


Harthom, William M. 


20 


Thomaston 


do 


do 






4S 


Jones, Samnel C. 


20 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






43 


Jones, Samuel 


19 


Bristol 


do 


do 






44 


Johnson, Joshoa 


21 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






45 


Jones, Ephraim L. 
Keene, Thomas P. 


26 


Newcastle 


Married 


do 






46 


21 


Bremen 


Single 


do 






47 


Kinney, Jesse S. 


20 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






48 


Lailer, Frank H. 


18 


Bristol 


do 


do 


Hospital 




49 


Light, Leweliyn D. 


28 


Damariscotta 


Married 


do 






60 


Mears, Joseph E. 


18 


Bristol 


Single 


do 






51 


McClare, Edward D. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






52 


Merrill, Dennis 


20 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






63 


M'Cobb, Charies S. 


24 


Boothbay 
Whitefield 


do 


do 






54 


Morane;, Frank 
Osgood, Geoiige D. 


18 


do 


do 






55 


21 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






56 


Perkins, Thomas R. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






57 


Palmer, Edward 


22 


Bremen 


do 


do 






58 


Plummer, Harrison L. 


21 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






59 


Palmer, George H. 


18 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






60 


Pool, Edward B. 


23 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






61 


Rhodes, Francis W. 


25 


Bremen 


do 


do 






62 


Rhodes, James G. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






6S 


Stetson, Frederick J. 


18 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






64 


Stetson, William H. 


22 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






65 


Sidelinger Samuel G. 


21 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






66 


Skinner, John R. 


26 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






67 


Turner, Charles C. 


21 


Bremen 


do 


do 






68 


Thomas, James H. 


18 


Thomaston 


Married 


do i 




69 


Thompson, Charies M. 


28 


Bristol 


(Single 


do 




70 


Thompson, John L. 


21 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 




71 


Waters, Isaac T. 


18 


Newcastle 


do 


f ' 




72 


Walts, Ira A. 


21 


do 


do 


do 




73 


Whitney, Elisha 


22 


Boothbay 


do 


do 




74 


Winslow, Albert D. 


23 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






75 


Waters, Nathaniel B. 


21 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






76 


Tamer, Thomas F. 


18 


Bremen 


do 


do 






77 


Ward, John 


22 












78 


Gove, Willard W. 


18 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






79 


Place Samuel W. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






80 


Pericins, William B. 


SO 


do 


do 


do 






81 


Carlisle, Jason 


23 


Boothbay 


do 


do 






82 


Hatch, Edward K. 


27 


Nobleboro' 


do 


Sept. 22 






83 


CUrk, J. S. 


23 


BrUtol 


do 


Oct 31 







APPBHDIX D. 



211 



lUtum of Company E^ Fourth Regiment j ( C&9Uinued.') 



Wh 



JaljT SI 
JalySl 



32 

3a 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

99 

40 

41 

4S 

43 

44 

45 

46 

4: 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

$7 

58 

S9 

60 

61 

62 

63 July 21 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

7 

78 

79 

80 

61 

82 



Julys 



Deceased. 
When. 



S6pt. 26 



Sept 15 



DischM. 
Wben. 



At Meridian Hill, of Measles. 



Emeraoa Fales, of Thomaston, sabst'dforhini, Jaly 17. 



Sept. 26 
Nor. 18 



Bemarks. 



Promoted (o 3d BergouU, Nov. 30. 

Promoted to Corpond, Sept. 1. 
Detailed at Hospital Steward, Jane 17. 
Confined at BichoMnd. 



Wonnded. 

Ckmfined at Richmond. 

Promoted to Band, Jane 16. 
At Washington, of fever. 

Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 30.* 

Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 

Not mastered in. 

Promoted to 2d Sei^reant, Nov. 30. 
" " Corporal, Nov. 30. 
'' " 2d Lieutenant, July 10. 
" " Corporal, Nov. 30. 
*' Hospital Stewaid. 



212 



adjutant-obnbral's report. 



Recapitulation of Company JS, Fourth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers, 





Present it AtaenU 




n»t..»M 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis. 
eharfed. 


De- 
serted. 


Trane- 
feired. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed.- — 


Tool 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Mosidans & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

1 
55 


2 
5 


2 


2 

4 


2 


3 
3 

4 




2 


6 
18 

1 
74 


Total 


70 


7 


2 


6 


2 


10 




2 


99 



Condensed Morning Report^ December 1st, 1861. 













Pasts ITT. 










1 






Abssitt. 












On 


iif 

AasBiT. 






Ow 




For Dutt. 


Sice. 


8PBCI4L 

Dott. 




810K. 


BPBCt4L 

Sbrvicb. 




1 




& 






2 








1! 






^; 




g 






i 






g 






S 








s 






• 






5 






8 






o 

5 


i 
1 

§ 
2: 


1 

£ 


< 


I2 


1 

£ 

4 


< 


III 


1 



1 

S 

s 


s. 

If 


2 
1 

< 





1 


1 

£ 

1 


i 


6 


e 

a 


1 


J 

If 

< < 


3 11 54 68 






I 




1 


1 76 



Present Organization of the Company, 



Names. 



James D. Erskine 
John D. Auld * 
Jason Carlisle 



James E. Beath 
Samuel W. Place 
Thomas P. Keene 
Hiram Hatch 
Thomas B. Camphell 



1 Edw. D. McClure 

2 Abram T. Gammage 

3 Nath. B Waters 

4 John S. Chapman 

5 Francis W. Chapman 

6 Ira A. Waltz 

7 Edw. K. Hatch 
8,Wm.B. Perkins 




22 Captain 
24 1 St Lieut. 

23 2d Lieut 



Residence. 



Seii^eant 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Corporal 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Bristol 
Boothbay 
do 



Boothhay 
Newcastle 
Bremen 
Newcastle 
Thomas ton 



Bristol 

Damariscotta 

Newcastle 

Damariscotta 

Nobleboro' 

Damariscotta 

Nobleboro* 

Newcastle 



Date of 


Rank or 


Appoint- 


ment. 


Not. 1 


Nor. 30 


July 10 


Nov. SO 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Sept. 1 


June 16 


Se^., 


do 


Not. 31 


do 


do 



Remarks. 



214 



abjutani^bneral's report. 



Remm of Capt. Andrew D. Bean, Companr F, Fonith Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that hare 
afteenth day of June, 1861. MOSES FORD, Orderly Sergeant. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

81 

22 

23 

24 

25 



Nanw. 
COMMISSIONSD OFFICBB9. 

Andrew D. Bean, 
James H. Hnxford, 
Charles H. Burd. 

8BBOBAKT8. 

George G. Davis, 
Moses Ford, 
Henry Leach, 
Robert Waterman, Jr., 
Almond K. Osgood. 

COBrOBALS. 

Jeflferson Hobbs, Jr., 
Frank Rich, 
Joseph G. Hilt, 
William C. Rowe, 
Albert H. Rose, 
Abner C. Ooodell, 
Geoige M. Bi 
Francis M. Foi 

MUSICIANS. 

Charles H. Thompson, Jr. 
Marii L. Knowlton. 

WAOONBB. 

N. B. Fnller. 

PBITATE8. 

Barlow, Elisha J. 
Barlow, Levant L. 
Barlow, John 
Bean, Edward, H. 
Bickford, J. H. 
Bickford, Rafas G. 
Cillcy, Emerson 
Chick Winthrop H. 
Caligan, Henry A. 
Condam, Albert J. 
Crocker, Albert D. 
Craig, George J. 
Davis, William C. 
Danforth, Stephen 
Doilif, Warren A. 
Delano, Henry A. 
Elwell, Charles H. 
Evans, Joseph 
Evans, Amos 
Gardner, John H. 
Gamett, James C. 
Getchell, George B. 
(ietchelU Prentice M. 
Hall, Geoige B. 
Hall, Harri<ion 



27 
28 
29 
SO 
31 



26 Hines, Jarvis S. 



Hines, Bovd C. 
Hi^ns, David 
Hill, Francis O. J. S. 
Hill, E. J. 
HiU, Reoben S. 



S«0klene«. 



Brooks 

do 
BelfiMt 

Brooks 

Jackson 

Knox 

Montville 

Newbni^g 

Jackson 

Brooks 

Lincolnville 

Monroe 

Brooks 

Hampden 

Lincolnville 

Brooks 

Winterport 
Liberty 

Newbaig 

Knox 
do 
Liberty 
Hampden 
Dixmont 
Newborg 



23 
44 

22 
26 
23 
21 
19 
26 

26 
18 

33 

29 

22 

28 

18 

22 

25 

22JBrooks 

23 Dixmont 

26 Washington 

20 Dixmont 
19 do 

25 do 

18 Liberty 
40 Freedom 
22; Morrill 
18Searsport 

21 Brooks 
44 do 
38 do 

19 do 
40 Bangor 
35 [Belfast 
23 Dixmont 
2ljBrooks 
4llTroy 

21 {Unity 

18! do 

1 8, Hampden 



Newbonr 

do^ 

Montville 



Married 


Mu«tered 


or 


Into 


Single. 
Single 


U.S. Per. 


Jnne 15 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do . 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



8iek. 
When. 



Hospital 



Hospital 



Hospital 



Killed. 
Wh«iu 



APPSSDVS. J>. 



215 



Yolanteen, ttatkmed at Alexandrift, Va^ expressing its oondttion on the morning 
taken pbce in the Compaoj since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

ANDREW D. BEAN, Captain. 



Wh«D 
SB Ukao. 



3Jo]7 21 



1 July 21 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 July 21 

7 

S 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16jQly21 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

2f 

27 

28 

n 

30 
31 



July 21 



Deceased. 
WheD. 



Oct. 28 



Sept 18 



DiKb'd. 
Wb«a. 



Reeraiting in Maine. 
Wounded, Bull Ron. 
Wonnded, Boll Ron. 



July 2 



Remarks. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Timnsferred to Regimental Band. 

Badly wounded at Boll Run. Confined at Richmond. 

Confined at Richmond. 

Badly wounded. Confined at Richmond. 

Consumption. 
Confined at Rtchmond. 



216 



adjdtant-oeneral's rbpobt. 





Return of Company 


F, Fourth Regiment, (^i 


Continued 


•) 


i 


Names. 


i 




Married 
c»r 

Single. 

singiT 


Miutered 

itilo 
U.8.8er. 

June 15 


SicJc. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


32 


HoUis, James M. 


20 


Thomdike 






33 


Horton, Lemuel C. 


29 


Monroe 


Married 


do 






34 


Jackson, Edward W. 


18 


Washington 


Single 


do 






35 


Jones, Freeman 


29 


do 


do 


do 






36 


Johnson, John 


27 


Monroe 


do 


do 






37 


Laugill, Ephraim 
Leathers, Joseph B. 


26 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






38 


25 


Brooks 


do 


do 






39 


Leathers, Silas B. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






40 


Leathers, Rensallear 


28 


do 


do 


do 






41 


Leathers, William 


22 


do 


do 


do 






42 


Laughton, William 


33 


Appleton 


do 


do 






43 


Mulherrin, James 


23 


Bangor 


do 


do 






44 


Nickerson, Daniel C. 


18 


Swanville 


Single 


do 






45 


Orerlock, Warren 


22 


Liberty 


do 


do 






46 


Patterson, Nathan 


18 


Belmont 


do 


do 


Hospital 




47 


Pinkham, Daniel G. 


28 


Liberty 




do 




48 


Pierce, Daniel, Jr. 


22 


Monroe 


do 


do 






49 


Putnam, Lyman C. 


18 


Jackson 


do 


do 






50 


Phillips, Horace M. 


18 


Liberty 


do 


do 






51 


Poland, John A. 


22 


Montville 


Married 


do 






52 


Poland, Bainbridge 
Pai-sons, Charles B. 


2i 


do 


Single 


do 






53 


22 


Newbni^ 


dS 


do 






54 


Rackliff, James 2d 


40 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






55 


Reynolds, Josiah K 


33 


Unity 


do 


do 






56 


Roberts, Cyms 


35 


Searsmont 


do 


do 






57 


Roberts, Freeman M. 


20 


Jackson 


Single 


do 






58 


Rowell, Charles H. 


20 


Montville 


do 


do 






^9 


Rowell, Almond A. 


20 


do 


Married 


do 






60 


Robinson, George W. 


23 


Belfast 


Single 


do 






61 


Rowe, Frank, Jr. 


25 


Brooks 


do 


do 






62 


Royall, Darius N. 


35 


Monroe 


Married 


do 






63 


Richards, Eben B. 


27 


Burnham 


do 


do 






64 


Shcphard John J. 


21 


Appleton 


Single 


do 






65 


Stephens, John A. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






66 


Stone, John F. 


23 


Dixmont 


do 


do 






67 


Stone, Samnel B. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






68 


Stevens, Alexander 


18 




do 


do 






69 


Tasker, Ephraim D. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






70 


Thompson, Elliot P. 


34 


Brooks 


Married 


do 


* 




71 


Thayer, Francis H. 


29 


Swanville 


do 


do* 






72 


Work, William IL 


23 


Dixmont 


Single 


do 






73 


Work, Eben D. 


21 


do 


do 


fo 






74 


Wood, Charles A. 


18 


Belfast 


do 






75 


Witham, Isaac M. 


26 


Greenfield 


do 


do 






7fi 


Whitcomb, Thomas J. 


28 


Knox 


Married 


do 






77 


York, Hiram G. 


20 


Dixmont 


Single 


do 






78 


Young, Joseph, Jr. 


18 


Swanville 


do 


do 






79 


Nason, Nahum R. 


29 


Knox 


Married 


do 






30 


Piper, Elisha S. 


24 


Newburg 


do 


do 






81 


Piper, Enoch F. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






82 


Coulombe, Frederic 


21 


Lincolnville 


Single 


Sept. 23 






83 


Clark, Joseph W. 


28 


Searsmont 


do 


do 






84 


Crockell, Charles W. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






85 


Nash, Anrclius W. 


18 


Morrill 


do 


do 






66 


Chapman, Charles 


18 


Liberty 


do 


Nor. 9 







APPSNDIX D. 217 

Beturn of Company F, Fourth Regiment^ ( Coniinued.) 



WiMB 



32 

3d 

34 

3S 

3€ 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

4i 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

5S 

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 

85 

86 



When. 



Oct 28 



Di0ch*d. 
When. 



Deserted Jalj 8. 



Sept. 15 



Sept. 15 



Remarks. 



15 



218 ADJUTAinvansmAL's sepobt. 

Reeapihdaiion of Oompamf F, Fourth BegimmU Infanify^ Maine VohnUeers. 





PlHMrt4bAlM0Bt. 


• 
KUtod. 


Piten. 
en. 


De- 

CMMd. 


Db- 


D»- 


TruM. 
femd. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Siek. 


chttried. 


■ertad: 


Tout. 


CommiMioned Officen 
Non-Com. Offices 
MmrinaTO 4^ Wagoner 

TriYBtM • 


2 
10 

1 
75 


2 




I 
4 




1 

1 
4 


1 


1 


4 
19 

8 


Toul 


88 1 4 




5 




6 


1 


1 


105 


Omdetued Morning Report, December let, 1861. 



PftMBirr. 



Fob Dttt. 



Sick. 



1 11 74 86 I 2: 2 4! 



On 
BrsciAi. 

DOTT. 



11 



^ 1 



Is 



lil'l 
S l:£ 



AsaBHT. 



Sicx. 



91 r 



Ok 
SrsciAi. 
Bbbticb. 



e 
8 



93 





Present Organization of the Confining, 














Date of 




1 


IfBine. 


i 

< 
45 


a«»fc 




Raakor 
AppoiBt- 

BMBL 


E—*.. 


1 


Andrew D. Bean 


Captain 


Brooks 


Mays 




^ 


George G. Davis 


20 


IstLieat. 


do 


Oct. 28 




J 


Charles H. Bnrd 




2d Lient Belfast 


Mays 




1 


Moses Ford 


39 


Sergeant Jackson 


Oct 28 


' 


2 HenrrLesdi 


36 


do 


Koox 


do 




3 


Robert Waterman, Jr. 


25 


do 


MontTiUo 


do 




4 


Almond £. Osgood 


44 


do 


Newborg 


do 




5 


Jefferson Hobbs, Jr. 


24 


do 


Jackson 


do 




1 


Frank Ridi 


44 


Corporal 


Brooks 


Oct. 28 




2 Joseph 6. Hilt 


23 do 


UncolnTiUe 


do 




3|WiUiaiii C. Rowtt 


26 


do 1 Monroe 


do 




4> Albert H. Rose 


23 


do ; Brooks 


do 




5 Ahner C. Ooodell 




do 1 Hampden 


do 




6 George M. Bragg 


19 .do 


Linconville 


do 




7 Francis M. Forbes 


24 


do 


Brooki 


do 




8 

i 




28 


do 


do 







220 



AI>JUTAHT-6SIIBRAL'8 bbport. 



Betarn of Ckpt Edwin M. Snkh, ConiMuiy 6, Foarth Begiment Iii&iitrT, llaine 
of December Itt, 1861, together with a complete record of the chaiigcs thai haTO 
fifteenth daj of Jnne, 1861. CHARLES H. 8TINS0N, Orderly Sergeant. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

1 
2 

1 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 



COM M ISSIOITKD OFFICBBS. 

_ Edwin M. Smith, 
2 William H. CUik, 
GostaTOs Rnndlett. 

SBmOBAITTS. 

Charles H. Stinaon, 

EsraB. Carr, 
_ Charles H. Crossman, 
4 John O. Somes, 

Nathaniel A. Bobbins. 

OORPORALS. 

Conrene Orates, 
Charles E. Knidit, 
Peter Fredson, Jr. 
Qeoige L. Crockett, 
James T. McKenney, 
Andrew H. Hnmphrej, 
Hans P. Bnrrill, 
Elijah W. Webber. 

MUSI0IAH8. 

Alden Famham, 
Austin J. Blagdon. 

PRITATB8. 

Albee, Alfred 
Allen, Darins 
Allen, Danforth 
Averill, Frank W. 
Bartee. Frederick 
Bailey, William H. H. 
Bailey, Augustus 
Bailey, Bradford 
Blake. Wilroot 
Brown, John 



2SWisca8set 



Bragden, George 



Blinn, 8. Parson 
Brookings, Crosby B. 
Boynton, John C. 
Call, Timothy 
Claric, Onesimus 
Crosman, Edwin 
_ . Clark, Jerome O. 
19 Crowaill, Thomas 
20»CnnniDgham, Elijah 

21 Cookten, Aryastns H. 

22 Dickerson, Seth P. 

23 Downey, John 

24 Erskine, James 

25 Erskine, Fairfield 

26 Erskine, Joseph 

27 Fisher, John 

28 Gould, Jeremiah 

29 Gould, Abial 
80| Hilton, Leonard 
81 Hull, William B. 
32'Hackett, Hinim 
33;Howard, Daniel 0. 



do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
Union 

Wiscasset 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 
Alna 
Wiscasset 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Alna 
Wiscasset 

do 
Alna 
Dresden 
Alna 
Wiscasset 
Alna 

Wiscasset 
Newcastle 
Windsor 
Wiscasset 

do 

do 
Georgetown 
Wiscasset 
Alna 
Wiscasset 

do 

do 

do 
Alna 

do 



MariMd 




or 


iato 


«»fle. 


U.ll.8«r. 


Single 


Jnne 15 


Bfarried 


do 


Single 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Smgle 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 



Sick. ! KilM. 
Wtere. WbM. 



In Camp 



In Camp 



APPENDIX B. 



S21 



Yolnttteen, stetkmed al Alexftiidria, Y*., ezpreiring ill condition on the monitng 
taken place in the Compaoj since it entered Uie servioe of the United States, on the 

EDWIN M. 8MITH, Captain. 



1 
S 

3 

4 
5 
6 



I 
2 

1 

t 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
li 
12 
IS 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
90 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
31 
32 

33 



Joly 21 



When 
Takeo. 



J0I7 SI 
Jul/ 21 



When. 



DiMb*d. 
When. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Ang.30 



BvBMrks. 



Transferred to 36th N. T., Sept 21. 

Deserted Jane 18. 

Transferred to 38th N. T. Vol. 
Transferred to 38th N. T. Vol. 

Wounded at Bull Ron. 

Transferred to 88th N. T. 
« i( tt tt 

tt tt It tt 

tt tt tt tt ^ 

Wonnded at Bnll Ron. 
Confined at Richmond. 
Transferred to 88th N. Y. YoL 



Transferred to N. Y. S8th. 
Deserted Jnlj 21. 
Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 



ADJDTAl^^an7IRAL'8 RBPORT. 



Beimm of OonqHmf Oj Fourth Regiment ^ (^ConHnuedJ) 



i 

34 
95 
36 
37 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
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 



Namaa. 



JoDM, Edward 
Kincaid, Reael 
Kenejf Thomas J. 
Kingsbury, John H. 
Kenej, Bcnjaroin F. 
KingsbuiT, Qoald F. 
Lowell, Albion 
Lowell, Bradford 
Mnrphj, Lacins B. 
MoHMT, William 
McFadden, £1 bridge 
Mnnsej, Darid G. 
Bftarston, Josiah 
McKennej, John W. 
Natter, WUliam H. 
Nate, Alexander 
Pinkam, Thomas F. 
Pinkham, Thomas D. 
RonnelSy William B. 
Rittle, James F. 
Rittle, John II. 
Rnndlett, John 
Rines, Philip 
Sbnthard, Freeman 
Simpson, WUliam H. 
SeaTey, Sewall J. 
Somes, Edward 
Shaw, Freeman 
Smith, Barnard 
Searey, William 
Toothaker, Josiah 
Tibbetts, Geoiise 
Trowbridge, William 
Williamson, Charles T. 
Warren, George 
White, Benjamin F. 
Winslow, Francis E. 
Wryht, Alden 
Wryht, Joseph 
Yonng , Geoige S. 
Young, Alba 
Tonng, John 



19 
33 
22 
25 
25 
19 
18 
20 
18 
25 
19 
33 
19 
44 
18 
23 
18 
44 
30 
20 
26 
20 
20 
18 
25 
27 



Wiicasaet 

do 
Alna 

Sonthport 
Alna . 
Wiscasset 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Dresden 
Wiscasset 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Alna 

do 
Richmond 
Dresden 

do 
Wiscasset 

do 

do 
Alna 
Wiscasset 
17t do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Waldoboro' 
Wiscasset 

do 
Dresden 
Wiscasset 

do 

do 



20 



27 do 



do 



18 do 



Married 


MttitanK] 

into 
U.e.«er. 


Bick. 


Killed. 


or 

SiDglO. 


WImm. 


Wbea. 


Single 


Jnnel5 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 




* 


do 


do 






do 


do 






do . 


do 


In Cuip 




do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






Married 


do 


,In Camp 




Single 


0o 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 




. 


do 


do i 




do 


do ; In Camp 




do 


do 


• 




do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 
do 


do 
do 




JalySl 


do 


do 






do 


do 







APPWDIZ J>. 

Belwm of Company Gy Fourth BegimetU, (^Conimued.} 



When 



34 
3S 

36 
37 
88 

39 

40 

41 

4S 

43 

44 

45 

46 Jnlj 21 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

5S 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

6S 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

79 

73 

74 

75 



Jiilj21 



Wbra. 



Not. it 



Sept 27 



DiKb*d. 
Wtien. 



S«ptl9 



Jn\j5 
Aug. 80 



Ramarks. 



Tttosferred to N. Y. 38th. 

Traosferred to N. T. 88th. 

Diphtheria. 
Deserted Juno 18. 

Plomoted to Corporal Oct. 8. 

Transferred to N. T. 38th. 

(C « t( 

Confined at Richmond. 
TrsMfenred to N. T. 38th. 
Deserted Jane 16. 

Transferred to N. T. 38th. 
Transferred to N. Y. d8th. 



Wounded. Confined at Richmond. 



Transferred to N. T. 38th. 



Transferrad to N. T. 38th, Sept. 21. 



Promoted to Coiporal* Julj — 
Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 



224 



ADJUTANT-eKerSRAL's REPORT. 



RecapUuiUaion of Compawif G^Fintrth Regiment htfanbry^ Maine VohaOeeH, 



PraM&tJbAbMot. 


PriMO- 

ertf. 


OMMd. 


Db- 


MffML 


tend. 




j Pit tor 
1 Duty. 


Killad. 
Sick. { 


chaiied. 


TVnL 


Commisskmed Offioen! 2 
Non-Ck>m. Officers IS 
Masictans k Wagoner 1 
Privates | 32 


1 

a 


1 


1 

1 
3 


2 


4 


4 


26 


3 
13 

2 
75 


Total . 1 47 


4 1 


5 


2 


4 


4 


26 


93 



Condensed Morning Reporiy December Ijf, 1861. 













PBMBinr. 










1 
1 


i 




Amsivt. 






1 


Foe Dvtt. 


Bicx. 






1 

BlCK. 


PUMK- 




jj 








2 








e 


1 


^ 




lf 




Ig 




g 








Jj 








• 


1 


• 






$ 




• 






< 


i ^ 






i 


i 






1 


i 


1 


1 






i o 




^^ 






1 






«: 


"S 






«3 


** 


•o 




•2 


e'S 




6 1 




^ 


tSl 


HI 


8 


S 

< 


O 


s 
c 


1 


i 
1 


o 


9 

e 
o 

as 




■ 

i 


1 


1 S 

1 

_ 1 


1 

i 


1 


ll" 
1,1 


1 

£ 


ll 

lit. 

Ill 


212 


32 


45 




1 


3 


4 














1 






.1 






Is. 



Present Organization of the Comipany. 



— 










Date of 




6 


Name. 


i 


Rank. 


Btfidftprg. 


Raokor 
Appoiat- 


Besaika. 


Z 










meot. 




1 


Edvnn M. Smith 


22 


Captain 


Wiscasset 


"^V 




2 


WUliam H. Clark 


38 


1 St Lieut. 


do 


Prisoner at Ricb- 


3 


GastaTOS Bandlett 


24 


2dLieot. 


do 


do 


[numd.Va. 


1 


Charles H. Stinson 


24 


Sergeant 


Wiscasset 


Jane 15 




2 


Ezra B. Carr 


29 


do 


do 


do 




3 


John O. Somes 


28 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Charles H. Crossmaa 


21 


do 


do 


do 




5 


N. A. Bobbins 


26 


do 


Union 


do 




1 


Conrerse Groves 


23 


Corporal 


Wiscasset 


Jane 15 




2 


George L. Crockett 


22 


db 


do 


do 




3 


James T. McKennej 


19 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Andrew H. Marphjr 


40 


do 


do 


do 




5 


George S. Yonng 
Charles A. KniKhls 


27 


do 


do 


July 21 




6 


35 


do 


do 


Jane 15 




7 


Bradford Lowell 


20 


do 


do 


Oct. 8 




8 


E. W. Webber 


36 


do 


do 


Jane 15 





226 



adjdtant-qbnbral's rbpobt. 



Betarn of Capt. O. J. Bams, Companj H, Foarth Regiment Infantry, Blaine Yolwi- 
plete record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered 

EDWIN LIBBY, Orderly Seigeant ' 



1 


Names. 


i 


itendenee. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Into 
U.S.8er. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 




COMMI88IONBD OFFICBB8. 














1 


G. J. Bums, 


39 


Rockland 


Married 


June 15 






s 


J. C. Cobb, 


23 


do 


do 


do 


• 




3 


Beniah P. Brackley. 

BBROBANTfl. 


27 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Edwin Libby, 
Andrew A. Newbist, 


28 


do 


do 


do 






2 


27 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Seth M. Young, 
William Shields, 


26 


LincolnTille 


Single 


do 






4 


20 


Rockland 


& 


do 






5 


John Copland. 

COaPORALS. 


40 


do 


Married 


do 






1 


William Fountain, 


28 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


Daniel Bean, 


32 


do 


Married 


do 






8 


Hudson 


19 




do 


do 






4 


Thomas C. Newbist, 


25 


do 


do 


do 






5 


SUllmanMink, 


24 


Wamn 


Single 


do 






6 


John J. Seymour, 


40 


Cutter 


do 


do 






7 


Edwin Eeizer, 


27 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






8 


William Green. 

MUSICIANS. 


18 


Union 


Single 


do 






1 


Benjamin F. Young, 


23 


LincolnTille 


do 


do 






2 


Ebenezer J. Young. 

•» WAGOMBR. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Elias Davis. 

FRIYATBa. 


22 


Warren 


Married 


do 






1 


Anderson, George W. 


l9!Camdra 


Single 


do 






2 


Ames, George L. 


18| do 


do 


do 






3 


Blackincton, Alfred 


21|Thomaston 


do 


do 






4 Boggs, Benjamin F. 


19 Waldoboro' 


do 


do 






5 Bttrr, Benjamin 


23 Rockland 


do 


do 






6 Boggs, Bradbury A. 


18 Waldoboro' 


do 


do 






7 Barnard, Ira 


32 Washington 


Married 


do 






8 Butler, John 


44 Rockland 


Single 


do 






9 Bums, Nelson A. 


25 Union 


do 


do 






10 


Clough, Daniel 


23,Thomaston 


do 


do 






11 


Clough, Horace 
Crowley, John 


19iRockland 


do 


do 






12 


27 


do 


do 


do 






13 


Crowley, Patrick 


33 


do 


Married 


do 






14 


Cooper, West W. 


19 


Union 


Single 


do 




July 21 


15 Cummings, William A. 
16{ Cunningham, George W. 
17|Durgin, Elbridge H. 


19 


do 


do 


do 




26 


Washington 


do 


do 






18lsle8boro' 


do 


do 






18 Drake, Jesse 


18 Anson 


do 


do 






19 Ames, William H. 


18 Rockland 


do 


do 






20,Eugly, James M. 

21 Fevlor, George 

22 Field. Isaac J. 


24 1 do 


do 


do"^ 






40 Thomaston 
43; Rockland 


Married 
do 


do 
do 






23 Famsworth, Hollis 


18 Camden 


Single 


do 






24lFeyler, William 


28 


Thomaston 


Married 


do 






25 Feylor, Henderson 


31 


Waldoboro' 


do 


do 






26 Gray, Adam 


41 St. George 


do 


do 






27|Gilmore, William D. 


28ProTidence 


Single 


do 






28 Hodges, Charles S. 


18 Rockland 


do 


do 






29 Hager, Ezekiel F. 


21 1 Washington 


do 


do 






30' Ham, John 


19!Rockland 


do 


do 






31 


Hall, Samnel 


42 


Augusta 


Married 


do 







APFBHDIX D. 



£27 



teen, dkhttided September lUt, 1861 , expreiBiiiif iti cooditioo, togietW with a com- 
the senrice of the United States, on the fifteenth day of June, 1861. 

G. J. BURNS, Captain. 



1 


PliMWMS. 

Wben 
taksn. 


Defeased. 
When. 


Ditch*d. 
Wben. 


Remarks. 








Oct 4 
Sept.27 
Oct. 21 


DiBhonorablj^Utcbar^d. 
Radg^ed. 








July 18 


Transferred to Co. H. Nor. 27. 

Consumption. 

Transferred to Co. K. Sept. 21. 

Co. D. 

Co. K. 








t 


" Co. D. 

38th N.Y. " 
Not mustered in. 
Deserted Jaljr 25. 
Tansferred to. S8th N. T. 

Co. K. Sept. 21. 
38th N. Y. 
Deserted July 2&. 

Timnsferred to Co. K. Sept. 21. 
« it it 

Transferred to Co. D. Sept. 21. 




Jaly 21 






Confined at Richmond. 

Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 










U €t 

Co. K. 

38th N. Y. 
Co. D. 
38th N. Y. 


t 
tt 
tt 

t 
ft 

t 










«< ft 


ft 










tt tt 
tt tt 


tt 
tt 




i 






Badi J wounded and supposed to have been taken pris- 

Deserted Jnly 25. [oner at Boll Run. 

Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept 21. 
tt tt it 


29 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
2S 
SC 
31 


1 




r 
Sept. 9 


tt tt 

" Co. K. 

38th N. Y. 
Sick in Maine. 

Transferred to 38th N. Y. SepI 

Co. K. 

S8th N. Y. 

Co.D 
tt tt 

38th N.Y. 

it It 


( 

tt 

. 21. 

< 

t 
tt 

t 
t 
( 



228 



ADJUTABT-CBENSaAL'S B8P0RT. 



Eetum of Company Hj Fourth Regiment j (^ConHmied.} 



i 


Namei. 


i 


n^tAnnrm 


Married 

or 
Bioale. 


Maiterad 

into 
U.aSMr. 

Jnnel5 


0iek. 
Wtan. 


KillML 
WbM. 


32 


HaskeU, William 


21 


Warren 


Single 






83 


Jftckson, Amasa 


30 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






34 


Jameson, Alrin 


18 


Union 


Single 


do 






85 


Johiuon, George 


19 


Windham 


do 


do 






86 


Jackson, Miles 


30 


Waldoboro' 


Bfairied 


do 






87 


Jones, Silas S. 


18 


Linoolnville 


Single 


do 






88 


Jacksons, Samael 


31 


Rockland 


do 


do 






39 


KniglU, Jonathan 


22 


LincolnriUe 


do 


do 




July SI 


40 


Kiff, John 


30 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






41 


King, William A. 


20 


St. George 


Single 


do 






42 


King, Samael A. 


22 


do 


Married 


do 






43 


Leach, Henry F. 


18 


Camden 


Single 


do 






44 


Martin, Alonzo B. 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 






45 


Mansfield, Benjamin 
Martin, Daniel 


21 


Hope 


do 


do 






46 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 






47 


McMann, Daniel 


23 


Prospect 
Washington 


do 


do 






48 


Marr, Erastus 


27 


do 


do 






49 


March, Edward 


21 


Warren 


do 


do* 






50 


Martin, Orlando 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 






51 


McDavit, James 


24 


do 


Married 


do 






52 




19 


do 


Single 


do 






53 


Moodj, Richard 


44 


Union 


Married 


do 






54 


Morse, William B. 


21 


Rockland 


Single 


do 






55 


McCann, Simon 


35 


do 


Married 


do 






56 


Newbist, Norris 


27 


Jefferson 


do 


do 






57 


0*Brien, Thomai 


31 


Rockland 


do 


do 






58 


Parker, John B. 


42 


Jefferson 


do 


do 






59 


Parlin, Wilder S. 


18 


LincoinviUe 


Single 


do 






60 


Elogers, Lawrence 


18 


Union 


do 


do 






61 


Shepherd, Oilman 


19 


Jefferson 


do 


do 






62 


Sidelinger, Monroe 


18 


Union 


do 


do 






63 


Stndley, Aogostas 
Stall, Isaac 


18 


RocUand 


do 


do 






64 


32 


do 


Married 


do 






65 


Sulliran, Jeremiah 


33 


do 


do 


do 






66 


Simmons, William H. 


18 


LincolnTille 


Single 


do 






67 


Saunders, Isaac S. 


18 


Rockland 


do 


do 






68 


Turner, James 


45 


do 


Married 


do 






69 


Thomes, John H. 


18 


Warren 


Single 


do 






70 


Trim, Joseph 


19 


Camden 


do 


do 




JalySl 


71 


Taylor, Simeon 


22 


Rockland 


do 


do 






72 


Wallace, Alexander 


25 


Waldoboro' 


do 


do 






73 


Wadsworth, Elisha 


28 


LincoinviUe 


do 


do 






74 


Washburn, Horace B. 


22 


Brewer 


do 


do 






75 


Walsh, Robert 


31 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






76 


Wentworth, Rnfus 


21 


Hope 
do 


Single 


do 






77 


Young, Smith L. 


19 


do 


4' 






78 


Chapman, Lorenso 


28 


Waldoboro' 


do 






79 


He^th, Abram 


40 


Jefferson 


Married 






80 


Holmes, Hiram 


18 


Rockland 


Single 


Jnne 15 







AFPm>IZ D. 



229 



Betmm of Campafiy H, Fourth Regimenij (^Ckmiwued.^ 



i 

83 


PriMMIB 

Ukuu 


DMMaMl. 
WlMB. 


DUch'd. 

WlMD. 


lUmarkik 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


83 








Co. K. 


34 








38ch N. T. " 


35 








Co. K. 


86 Julj 21 








37 






Truisferred to 88th N. T. Sept. 21. 


38 






Co. K. 


39 








40 






38th N.Y. 


41 






Deserted July 25. 


48 






Deserted July 25. 


43 






Tnuuferred to 38ih N. T. Sept 21. 


44 






(( « tt 


45 






" Co. D. ** 


46 






It *t <( 


47 






«' 88th N. Y. 


48 






C< (( €t 


49 






a <i (( 


50 






tt tt It 


51 






tt , (( (( 


52i 






*• Co. D. 


531 






tt tt tt 


54, 






38th N. Y. 


55! 






Co. D. 


56 






Dewrted Jnlj 25. 


571 






Tr»nsferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


58! 






(( tt tt 


59, 






Deserted July 25. 


601 








m! 






Tmnsfbrred to Co. D. Sept 21. 


62 






Deserted July 25. 


63. 






Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


**t 






tt tt tt 


65I 






tt tt tt 


66 






tt tt tt 


67 






tt tt tt 


68 


Aug. 80 






69l 






tt tt tt 


70 








71 






" Co. D., Sept, 21. 


72. 








73! 






Deserted Julr 25. 
Confined at Kichmond. 


74Jalj21 






75 






Deserted Jnlj 25. 


76 






Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 81. 


77. 






Co. D. 


78. 




' 


tt It tt 


7' 
8( 


> 






tt II tt 
Co. K. 



280 adjutanivobnsral's beport. 

BecapiiulaHon of Company B^ Fourth SegimetU hrfaniryyMaine VohnUeerM. 





Present JbAbMnLJ 


Prison- 
er». 


De- 
ceftMd. 


Dis- 


». 


Trans- 
fen^ 




' 


Fit for 
Duty. 


Biek. 


Killed. 


cbuged. Mnea. 


TotaL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Mnsiciaos & Wagoner 
Prirates 






S 


4 


I 


3 

1 

I 


2 
9 


9 
3 

62 


3 
12 

3 
60 


Total 




1 s 


4 


I 


5 11 


74 


98 



282 



ABJXJTAirr-GBNBEiJi'S RBPOBT. 



Betnm of Capt William L. Pitcher, Compaaj H (New Oi^anization), Fourth Begi- 
tion on the morning of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the 
States, on the 9th day of November, 1861. EDWIN LIBBEY, Ord. Sergeant 



COMM ISSIOHBD OFFICXB8. 

William L. Pitcher, 
Albert L. Spencer, 
George F. Boame 

MROBANTB. 

Orpheos Roberts, 
Francis R. Barlow, 
Walter S. Goodale, 
Moses F. Long, 
Otis W. Friend. 

CORPORALS. 

Francis P. Ingalls, 
Enoch Lnrvey, Jr. 
Josiah H. Emerson, 
Gilbert F. Kane, 
Henry Braddock, 
Daniel W. Barker, 
Morris Leach, 
Andrew Grindle. 

XUSIOIAH. 

John Webster. 



WAOOirBB. 

Levi Roberts. 

PRITATB8. 

1 Allen, Charles W. 
4 Allen, Charies N. 

3 Babson, Joseph B. 

4 Brackett, Charles W. 

5 Barter, Daniel B. 

6 Cox, George 

7 Carpenter, Wilson 

8 Clongh, John 

9 Carter, Edwin 

10 Closson, Bailey R. 

11 Dearborn, Francis M. 

12 Dodge, Jeremiah 
IS Dodge, Roscoe G. 

14 Debeck, Moses A. 

15 Douglass, Robert 

16 Downs, Samuel N. 

17 Eaton, Augustine W. 

18 Emerton, Andrew L. 

19 Flanders, Robert G. 
SO Famham, Joseph B. 

21 Furbish, Abram J. 

22 Greene, Robert F. 
88 Grindle, Elijah H. 

24 Gray, Nathan 

25 Guilford, William H. 

26 Greene, Thomas F. 

27 Green, Mark H. 

28 Greene, Edward 

29 Grindle, Richard P. 

80 Gtnn, Caleb 

81 Griffin, Frank 
32 Higgins, Simon 



40 Blnehill 



Bangor 
do 
do 

Stockton 
Knox 
Bangor 
Bln^iU 
do 

do 
Tremont 
Swanville 
Ellsworth 
Knox 
Leyant 
Penobscot 



do 

Brooks ^ 

Sedgwick 

do 
Brooklin 
Belfast 
Rockland 
Bangor 
Penobscot 
Blnehill 
Sedgwick 
Brooklin 
Garland 



38;Trenton 
BlnehiU 
Clifton 
Blnehill 
23|Winterport 
2llBlnehilI 
2l;BrooksTiUe 
19|Gariand 
25|Knox 
24 Rockland 
21, Brewer 
18|Penobscot 
21 Sedgwick 
32, Penobscot 
20| Brewer 
28!Surry 
24!Blne1iilI 
19,Sedgwick 
43 Belmont 
19Palermo 
ISiXremoDt 



MarriMl 




or 


into 


SiDffla. 


U.S. Set. 


Single 


Not. 9 


Married 


dd 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Ifarried 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


Not. 11 


do 


Not. 9 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Biarried 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do . 


do 


Not. u 


do 


Not. 9 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 



In Camp 



Hospital 



Killed. 
Wtien. 



APPENDIX I>. 



288 



meQt Iiifaiitr}r, ICaine Volonfteen, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condi- 
dianges that have taken place in the Company since it entered the senrice of the United 

WILLIAM L. PITCHER, Captain. 



WlMn 
TalMB. 



DeMued. 

WlMO. 



Ditcb'd. 



RomaitB. 



Rednoed to ranks, Kot. 28. ^ 



Now in ranks, as private. 



18 

29 
90 
81 



Now acting as musician. 



16 



284 



ABJnTANiyaBirBBAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Companp H, Fourth Regimenij ( Continued.^ 



1 


_ 




Married 


Mustered 


8kk 


Killed 


1 


NaroM. 


& 

< 




or 
BInfle. 


into 
U. S. 8er 


When. 


WImbI 


S3 


Haskell, Elliot 


27 


Knox 


Single 


Not. 9 






84 


Jordan, Benjamia 
Jellison, Charles 


42 


Belmont 


do 


do 






35 


21 


Monroe 


do 


do 






36 


Jellison, Horace 


18 


Knox 


do 


do 






37 


Jackson, William 


30 


Montville 


Married 


do 






38 


Jackson, Joel 


28 


do 


Single 


do 






39 


Marry, John M. 


19 


BlaehiU 


do 


do 






40 


Milan, Thomas 


22 


Tremont 


do 


do 






41 


Mason, James , 


34 


BltiehiU 


Married 


do 






42 


Malloy, William 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






43 


McDoDgall, Neil 
Mears, John F. 


28 


P. £. Island 


do 


do 






44 


18 


Morrill 


do 


do 






45 


Mills, Manford 


18 


VinalhftTen 


do 


do 






46 


Moore, Charles F. 


24 


Knox 


do 


do 






47 


Nonan, James 


43 


Searsport 


do 


do 






48 


Pierson, Frank 


18 


Sedgwick > 


do 


do 






49 


Porter, Lewis M. 


21 


Omeville 


do 


do 


Hospital 




50 


Page, Amos 


24 


Kenduskeag 


do 


do 


• 




51 


Page, James W. 


22 


Sedgwick 


do 


do 






52 


Reed, Jared R. 


27 


Mt Desert 


do 


do 






63 


Rose, Charles 


28 


Bangor 
Eastbrook 


do 


do 






54 


Reed, William 


28 


do 


do 






55 


Steele, George W. 


23 


Penobscot 


do 


do 






56 


Snowman, Jacoh E. 


18 


Sedgwick 


do 


do 






57 


Snowman, David A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






58 


Staples, Alvah H. 


18 


Nashua, N. H. 


do 


do 






59 


Sawyer, Ferdinand 


18 


Knox 


do 


do 


Hospital 




60 


Saonders, Thomas C 


27 


Rockland 


do 


do 






61 


Tripp, William H. 


18 


Sedgwick 
Rockland 


do 


do 






62 


Ulmer, Horatio A. 


22 


do 


do 






63 


Wellington, George 


19 


Garland 


do 


do 






64 


Wasgatt, Thomas M. 


18 


Somenrille 


do 


do 


Hospital 




65 


Wood, George P. 


18 


Penobscot 


do 


do 






66 


Whitney, Adolphns M. 


24 


Bangor 


Married 


do 






67 


Woodworth, William H. 


28 


Tremont 


do 


do 






68 


Weed, Joseph 


44 


Rockland 


do 


do 






69 


Webb, William P. 


21 


Knox 


Single 


do 






70 


York, John K. 


22 


Clifton 


Married 


do 






71 


Young, Harrison 


18 


Searsmont 


Single 


do 






72 


YoDDg, Stephen 0. 


18 


LincolnTille 


do 


do 






73 


Yoang, Morris, 


22 


Searsmont 


do 


do 






74 


Sherman, Frederic M. 


18 


Knox 


do 


do 






75 


Jellison, Joseph 


21 


Monroe 


do 


Not. 11 






76 


Libbey, Edwin C. 


28 


Rockland 


do 


Jane 15 







APPBXTDIX 1>. 



285 



Eeiwm of Company H, Fourih Regimenij (^Continued.) 



i 


PriHMMn. 
WJmb 
TakM. 




IHtdiM. 
Whju. 


BmduIm. 




3a 












34 








• 




35 










\ 


36 












37 












33 












39 












40 












41 








• 




42 












43 












44 












45 












46 












47 












48 












49 












50 


• 








51 












53 












53 












54 












55 












56 












57 










58 










** 








• 


60l 










"i 






• 




62l 










63 










64 










65 










66 










67' 










68| 
69. 






Transferred to Company C, Not. 30. 




70, 










A 










72' 










731 










74' 










75| 










76 


! 


• 




Transfened from Company D. to 1ft Seiigeaat 





286 ADJUTAKT-GENERAt'S REPORT. 

ReeapituUxHtm of Company H^ Fourth BegimerU Jkfaniry Maine VohmJUert. 





Pretent k, AbMnc 




PrUoo- 
en. 


De- 
cetMd. 


Dit> 
charged. 


De- 

■erted. 


Tnne- 
fened. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Siek. 


Killed. 


Toul. 


Commissionwl Officen 
Non-Com. Officen 
Magicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

S 
67 


8 












1 


3 

13 

76 


Total 


85 


8 












1 


94 



Condensed Morning Report^ December 1st, 1861. 



PsBfBirr. 



Po« DUTT. 



3 13 69 85 



SlOK. 



I 

i 

I 



On 
SrsciAL 

DVTT. 



lit 
ASASfT. 



AetBHT. 



Sick. 



Oh 
Bpkcial 
Bhticb. 



Ill 






Present Organization of the Company. 




William L. Pitcher 
Albert L. Spencer 
George F. Bourne 

Edwin C. Libbey 
Francis R Barlow 
Walter 8. Goodale 
Mo9e.s F. Lonff 
Otis W. Friend 

Francis P. Ingalls 
Enoch Larvey, Jr. 
-Tosiah H Emerson 
Gilbert F. Kane 
Hcnrj Braddock 
Daniel W. Barker 
Morris Leach 
Andrew Grindle 



John Wob«ter 
Robert O. Flande^ 









Date of 




i 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoinl. 


Renaifci^ 








menu 




25 


Captain 


Bangor 


Nov. 5 




28 


UtLient. 


do 


do 




S3 


2d Lieat 


do 


do 




28 


Sergeant 


Rockland 


Not. 28 




43 


do 


Knox 


Not. 9 




22 


do 


Bangor 


do 




25 


do 


Bluehill 


do 




35 


do 


do 


do 




27 


Corporal 


Blnehill 


Not. 9 




26 


do 


Tremont 


do 




47 


do 


SwanTille 


do 




28 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




27 


do 


Knox 


do 




18 


do 


levant 


do 




20 


do 


Penobscot 


do 




40 


do 


BlnehiU 


do 




32 


Fifer 


Blnehill 






19 


Drom'r 


Garland 







288 



ADjmANT-OEKERAL'B REPOBT. 



Betorn of Capt Ebeneier Wbitoomb, Company I, Foanfa Begiment Infimtry, Maine 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes tiiat have 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. FRANK P. EAMKS, Orderly Seigeant. 



i 


N«n... 


i 


BMldMce. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muilerad 

into 
U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Wbere. 


Killed. 
Wbea. 




OOMHISaxOVBD OFFICXB8. 












1 


Bbeneier Whitcomb, 


46 


Seanport 


Biairied 


June 15 






2 


Jabez B. Greenhalgh, 


36 


do 


do 


do 






a 


VtriUiam E. Bargin. 

SBSOBAMT8. 


27 


do 


do 


do 


* 




1 


James N. Fowler, 


27 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Charles 8. Bickmore, 


20 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Robert H. Gray, 


27 


Stockton 


Married 


do 






4 


James E. C. Sawyer, 


18 


Searsport 


Single 


do 






5 


J. M. Wiswell. 




do 


do 


do 








OORPORALS. 














1 


Frank P. Fames, 


36 


do 


Married 


do 






2 


Benjamin T. Haynes, 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






a 


l^elson P. Staples, 


34 


Prospect 


Married 


da 


In Camp 




4 


Benjamin Ames, 


19 


Searsport 


Single 


do 






5 


Levi Temple, 
Isaac W. Baird, 


36 


Detroit 


Married 


do 






6 


2ft 


Camden 


do 


do 






7 


Samuel C. Grant, 


19 


Frankfort 


Single 


do 






8 


Daniel Carley. 

MUSIOlAirS. 


17 


Prospect 


do 


do 






1 


Byron H. Wood, 


24 


Searsport 


do 


do 






2 


Samnel H. Eames. 

WAOOMBS. 


20 


Stockton 


do 


do 






1 


Robert Ames. 

PRIVATES. 


24 


Searsport 


do 


do. 






1 


Ames, Fisher 


20 


Camden 


do 


do 






2 


Bachelder, H. H. 


29 


SwanviUe 


do 


do 






3 


Brown, Jeremiah 


20 


Searsport 


do 


do 






4 


Blanchard, Darid 


22 


Plymouth 


do 


do 


Annapolis 




5 


Benson, Geoige L. 


18 


Frankfort 


do 


do 






6 


Clark, C. M. 


18 


Searsport 


.do 


do 






7 


Chase, Nathan 


19 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Cobb, A. A. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Colson, Oscar 


26 


Stockton 


Married 


do 






10 


Colson, Prentice 


26 


Frankfort 


do 


do 






11 


Crowley, Charles 8. R. 


25 


Winterport 


Single 


do 






12 


Colson, Sandford H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






13 


Carleton, Simon B. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






14 


Calderwood, H. D. 


24 


Camden 


do 


do 






15 


Dodge, Marcns N. 


18 


Searsport 
Winterport 


do 


do 


In Quarters 




16 


Dwelley, George W. 


24 


do 


do 






17 


Doyle, Thomas 


30 


Searsport 


Married 


do 






18 


Donahoe, John 


18 


Bangor 


Single 


do 






19 


Downes, George H. 


20 


Plymouth 


do 


do 






20 


Emerson, Calvin 


44 


Belfast 


Married 


do 






21 


Eaton, Thomas B. 


21 


Winterport 


Single 


do 






22 


Fowler, John C. 


32 


Searsport 


Manied 


do 






23 


Forbes, Frank 


23 


Vassalboro' 


Single 


do 






24 


Gray, Christopher C. 


25 


Stockton 


do 


do 






25 


Gray Clarendon W. 


16 


do 


do 


do 






26 


Gnnn, Charles W. 8. 


23 


Searsmont ' 


do 


do 






27 


Hnnter, John L. 


32 


Searsport 


Married 


do 






28 


Hamilton. George W. 


31 


do 


do 


do 






29 Haynes, Thomas B. 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






SO Heald. Otis 


30 


riamden 








31 


Eiairiman, Joseph £. 1 


40 


Winterport i 


Married 


do 







APPEKBIX D. 



289 



^olvnteen, itationed at Akxandria, Y*., «zpre8aiiig its condition on the morning 
ttkeo place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

EBENEZER WHITCOMB, Captain. 



When 
TalMD. 



1 
S 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
IS 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25^ 
26 
27 
28 
29 

*^i 
31! 



Jvly 21 



When. 



Aug. 19 



Jnly 21 



Aug. 31 

JoljSl 
Sei^t. 27 



DifchM. 
Wliea. 



Sept 9 
Sept. 9 



Sept 9 



Appointed Adjaunt4th Maine, Jane 17. 

Appointed Ist Lieutenant, Ang. 15. 
Transferred to 14 th Maine, Nov. 30. 
Escaped from Manassaa, July 28, app. 2d Lient. Ang. 
[K, recrniting in Maine, 
Transferred to lith Maine. 

Promoted to Ist Sergeant, Not. 29. 

Promoted to 3d Secgeant 

Woonded badly. 

Promoted to Sergeant, Nor. 29. 

Detailed Assistant Commissary, July 15. 



Promoted to 2d Seigeant, Nov. 29. 
Dnimmer. 



Ang. 1 



Remarks. 



DeUiled Hospital Steward. 
'* Assisunt " 



Not heard from shice battle of Ball Run. 



Not heard from since Jnly 21. 
Promoted to Corporal, Aog. 15. 



Not mastered in. 
[Transferred to 28th N. T. 



240 



adjutant-gsrbral's bxpobt. 



Return of Company /, Fowrtk Regiment, (^Conimued.) 



NftmM. 



SS Inring, William H. 

93 Jellison, Lemuel B. 

94 KoowltoQ, George F. 

95 Kimball, George W. 

96 Kent, Edward £. 

97 Larrabee, Walter S. 

98 Laoe, Silas H. 

99 Lowell, Edwin C. 

40 Libby, Hall J. 

41 Launder, Jacob A. 
4S Lochrop, Mellen 

49 Mossman, Jonathan 

44 Matthews, Arthur D. 

45 MillajT, George A. 

46 Malony, Michael 

47 Meseryey. J. S. 

48 Maddocks, Samuel C. 

49 Maddocks, Ephraim 

50 Moore, Elias B. 

51 Merrithew, A. J. 

52 Millano, Juan 

53 Murray, Albeit 

54 Mud^tt, Charles A. 

55 Memthew, A. 

50 Nichols, Albert S. 

57 Porter, Frederick W. 

58 Pendleton, Lewis E. 

59 Patterson, Geon?e W. 

60 Pope, George W. 

61 Phinney, Charles A. 

62 Patten, John G. 

63 Parker, Charles P. 

64 dterens, C. H. 

65 Staples, Alvah 

66 Snow, Benjamin F. 

67 Sidelinker, Rufns P. 

68 Sidelinker, Oliver P. 

69 Towers, John 

70 Trimble, James 

71 Taskcr, Benjamin 

72 Towers, William 8. 

73 Trivett, Roscoe 

74 Wood. Edw. W. 

75 Ward. John 

76 Wittham. Clifton 

77 Whittam, Charles P. 

78 Witham, Moses H. 

79 Smith, Samuel S. 

80 Roberts, Edw. L. 

81 Wood, Allen D. 
82iDickc7, Almond 



Vassalboro' 

Frankfort 

Camden 

Winterport 

Brewer 

Searsport 

Winterport 

Pialmyn 

Bangor 

Corrinna 

St. Albans 

Searsport 

do 
TbomastoD 
Searsport 
Camden 
Belfast 

do 
Frankfort 
Seanport 
Plymouth 

do 
Orono 

Green Island 
Searsport 

do 
Frankfort 
Belfast 
Winterport 

do 
Detroit 
StAlbana 
Searsport 
Prospect 
Orrington 
Troy 

do 
Searsport 

do 

do 

do 
StAlbaaf 
Seanport 

do 

do 

do 
Plymouth 
Bangor 
Stockton 
Plymouth 
Stockton 



MarriMl 


MlWiMMt 


or 


into 


Singhi. 


U.B.8ff. 


Single 


June 15 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


Oct. 1 


do 


Sept. 29 


do 


do 



Alexandria 



Camp 
Camp 



APFmmiz D. 241 

Beium of Qmpanp J, Ftmrtik Regimentj ( CbftKnu^^i.) 



i 


rtmmm. 

WkM 


DmmsmI. 

wim: 


IMKh'd. 
When. 


BMDarki. 


3i 










33 










34 

35 






• 


Plomoted'to 4th Sei^gemnt, Aug. 15. 


36 










37 






Sept 9 




3d 










39 








Promoted to Corpora], Aug. 15. 


40 








Trusfemd to 28th N. Y. 


41 










42 






Sept 9 




43 










44 








Not heard from sioce Jalr 21. 
Truuierred to 28th N. Y. 


45 








46 










47 








I< u 


48 








Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 


49 


JbIjSI 






Badly woanded. 


50 
51 






Sept 5 


Promoted to Corporal, Ang. 15. 


5S 

53 






Badly wounded at Boll Ran. 


54 

55 








TransfeiTed to Co. D, 4th Maine, aa drammer. 


56 
57 








Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 15. 


58 










59 










60 










61 








, 


6S 








Deserted, Ang. 15. 


63 
64 








Promoted to Coiporal, Ang. 15. 


65 










66 










67 










68 










69 










70 








Detailed Hospital Steward. 


71 
72 






Aag.l 




73 


Jalj SI 






Wounded, oonliiied at Richmond. 


74 
75 






Sept 27 




76 










77 










78 


• 








79 










80 










81 










82 











242 adjutant-gbnisral's beport. 

RecapituJUaion of Company ly Fourth BegimerU Brfantryy Jlkdne VolunUers. 





Piwent «B AbMot. 




Priaon- 
en. 


Tim 


n:. 


n* 


._... 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Bide. 


Killed. 




■erted.iferred. 

1 


TotaL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Masidans & Wagoner 
Privates 


I 

6 

3 

60 


1 




6 




1 

8 


I 


1 
8 

5 


3 
13 

3 
81 


Total 


70 


1 




6 


1 13 


1 


9 |lOO 


Oondensed Morning Beport, December l$t, 1861. 















¥m.ttm:it* 














AfliinT. 




1 

1 

i 


Fob DiTTt, 


SrcA. 




Au»T. 


< 

,70 


BiCB. ' 


Oit 

\i 

I'll 

li ' 


1 

■? 

9 


* 

I 


i 
U 


1 

51 


< 

63 


3 

1 
1 

1 


1 

i 

I 


i 

5 




is 


i 

m 


si 
II 

ll 


1 


i 


1 

il 

i 


1 

1 



Present Organization of the Company, 




Eben. Whitcorob 
James N. Fowler 
Robert H. Gray 



1 Frank P. Fames 

2 Byron H. Wood 

3 Geo. F. Know! ton 

4 Nelson P. Staples 

5 Ivory W. Baird 

1 Christopher C. Gray 
2 ; Samuel O. Maddocks 
3;Edward C. Lowell 
4! Daniel Carley 
5<EUas B. Moore 

6 Chas. P. Parker 
7|Albert 8. Nichols 
8{Edward L. Roberts 









Date of 




t 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


< 






ment. 




46 Captain 


Searsport 


Jane 15 




27 1 8t Lieut 


do 


Aug. 15 




27 2d Lieut. 

1 


Stockton 


do 




1 
36 Sergeant 


Searaport 


Not. 29 




24 do 


do 


do 




24 do 


Camden 


Aug. 15 




35 do 


Prospect 


July 15 


• 


25: do 


Camden 


Aug. 15 




25 Corporal 


Stockton 


Aug. 15 




22 do 


Belfast 


do 




21 do 


Palmyra 


do 




18 do 


Prospect 


June 15 




22 do 


Frankfort 


Aug. 15 




21 do 


St Albans 


do 




25 do 


Searsport 


Nov. I 




21 


do 


Stockton 


Nov. 10 





244 



abjutant-obnbbal's report. 



Betnrn of Capt Silu M. Fuller, Company K, Fourth Bcgiment Infantry, Maine 
of December Ut, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that hare 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. SIMEON H. LARABEE. Orderly Sogeant. 



i 


Namat. 


1 


RMldmca. 


Married 
or 


Mucierad 
Into 


Sick. 


g 
Killed. 


*. 


COM1I188IONED OFFICBB8. 




Sinfle. 


U.8.Ser. 


Wbam. 


Wbeo. 
















1 


Silas M. Fuller, 


42 


Belfast 


Married 


June 15 






s 


Alden D. Chase, 


39 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Horatio H. Carter. 

SBROEA1IT8. 


38 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Joseph L. Harener, 


37 


do 


do 


do 






S 


Benjamin Kelly, Jr. 


27 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Simeon H. Lafrabee, 


43 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Amos B. Wooster, 


26 


do 


Single 


do 






5 


Solomon F. Walker. 

CORPORALS. 


34 


Winterport 


Married 


do 






1 


Fitz W. Gilbert, 


30 


Belfast 


do 


do 






2 


Charles Brown, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






8 


William H. Witherly, 


45 


Northport 


Married 


do 






4 


Daniel H. Adams, ' 


26 


Thomaston 


do 


do 






6 


Sheridan F. Miller, 


20 


Belfast 


Single 


do 






6 


Alfred J. Stephenson, 


43 


do 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




7 


Andrew Herrin, 


22 


Augasu 
Belfast 


Single 


do 




8 


Job Clark. 


39 


Married 


do 








MUSICIANS. 














1 


Frederick J. Low, 


18 


Winterport 


Single 


do 






2 


Benjamin F. Young. 

WAOONER. 


23 


LincolnTille 


dS 


do 


' 




1 


William S. Baker. 

PRIVATES. 


46 


Belfast 


Manied 


do 






1 


Bisbee, LeW B. 


38 


do 


Ifarried 


do 






2 


Baker, Edward 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Berry, Zethan 


22 


do 


Married 


do 


Supposed at 
[home 




4 


Bargess, Geor>^ W. 


26 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Cates, Jediah C. Jr. 


25 


do 


Single 
do 


do 




6 


Carter, Americas F. 


28 


do 


do 






7 


Collins, Charles C. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Carroll, John 


24 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Carrier, John C. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






10 


Dailey, Adelbert A. 


19 


Searsmont 


do 


do 






11 


Deane, James W. 


27 


Dover 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




12 


Deane, James E. 


19 


Belfast 


Single 


do 




13 


Doak, James £. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






14 


Doyle, John 


22 


do 


do 


do 






15 


Danbar, Benjamin M. 


24 


do 


Married 


do 






16 


Fowler, Willard B. 


23 


do 


Single 
do 


do 






17 


Gardner, William H. 


18 


do 


do 






18 


Gannon, Michael 


22 


do 


Married 


do 






19 


Gordon, Ephraim A. 


21 


Frankfort 


Single 


do 






20 


Gallop, Edwin C. • 
Gould, John F. 


21 


Appleton 


do 


do 






21 


19 


Belfast 


Married 


do 






22 Gaptill. James H. 

23 Hall, Aogos'tine 


20 


do 


Single 


do 






19 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Harener, Jacob H. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






25 


Hawkins, Aurelius 


21 


Waldo 


do 


do 






26 


Hanscomb, Chas. W. 


26 


Winterport 


Married 


do 






27 


Hersey, Samuel S., Jr. 


22 


Belfast 


Single 


do 






28 


Hibbard, Charles W. 


20 


Appleton 


do 


do 






29 


Johnson, John 0. 


27 


Belfast 


do 


do 






80 


Kimball. Darid H. 


34 


do 


Married 


do 






81 


King, William J. 


19 


do 


Single 


do 







APPKin>IX ]>• 



245 



Volanteert, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expresring its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

JOSEPH L. HAVENER, Captain. 



^iSSm*' Deeeawd. 



Wben 



Jnlj SI Jnlj 23 



1 
8 
3 

I 

6 
7 

6 

1 
2 



1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
U 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



When. 



Promoted to M»iot, Bept 15. 
July 12 Resigned. 
Joly 12 

Pkomoted to Captain, Sept 15. 
l8t Lieat., " 
Ist Seigeant, Ang. 15. 

Reported dead of wonnds. 

Promoted to Sergeant, Ang. 15. 

Jnly 1 



Dilch'd. 
When. 



Sept. 15 
Aug. 1 



Julyl 

Jnly] 
Jnly 15 
Jnly 1 



Remark!. 



Transferred from Company H* 



Wonndcd at Bnll Rnn. Promoted to Sd Lient, Sept 1 5. 

Absent since Jnly 22. 
Transferred to band, June 16. 



Transferred to band, Jnne 16. 
Woanded at Ball Run. 

Transferred to band, Jnne 16. 



Promoted to Corporal, i^ng. 15. 



246 



ADJVrAVn-QWBOLlLB UDPORT. 





Reium of Company 


JT, Fourth Eegimeni, (CkmHfmed.^ 


i 


NUDM. 


i 

<_ 


BftiMtnfft. 


Mantod 

or 
Biagle. 


into 
U.8.BV. 


Sick. 
Wbere. 


KOIod. 

WbOB. 


82 




27 


Bel&st 


Single 


Jnne 15 






33 


McAchom, Archibald 


35 


Thomaston 


Married 


do 






84 


Moody, Dennis 


22 


Monroe 


Single 


do 






35 


Noalley, James M. 


42 


Bellaal 


Mimed 


do 


In Gamp 




36 


Nickeraon, Aaron W. 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






37 


Nickenon, Seara 


42 


do 


Married 


do 






38 


Hanoing, Elisha 


31 


do 


do 


do 






39 


Patterson, Alexis G. 


26 


do 


Single 


do 






40 


Patterson, Aorelios H. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






41 


Parker, Angastns A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 


- 




42 


Perkins, James W. 


34 


do 


do 


do 






43 


Perkins, Silas M. 


S4 


do 


Married 


do 






44 


Poor, HoUis M. A. 


27 


do 


Single 


do 






45 


Ray, Jacob D. 
Rairden, Michael 


26 


Knox 


do 


do 






46 


35 


Belfast 


Married 


do 






47 


Redman, Edward D. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






46 


Rines, John A. 


26 


do 


do 


do 






49 


Richie, John C. 


19 


Winterport 


Single 


do 






50 


Robinson, John 


21 


Belfast 


do 


do 






51 


Rogers, Frederick H. 


18 


Bangor 


do 


do 






52 


Sawyer, John K. 
Robinson, Benj. F. 


32 


Belfast 


do 


do 






63 


20 


do 


Married 


do 






54 


Sherman, John F. 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






55 


Sleeper, Sherburne A. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






56 


Smalley, James F. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






57 


Snowdell, Chas. T. 


28 


do 


Married 


do 






58 


Stuart, Solomon L. 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






59 


Toothaker, John A. 


17 


do 


do 


do 






60 


Tufts, William, 2d 


27 


do 


do 


do 






61 


Woodbury, Wm. H. 
Wilson, Augustus J. 


19 


Belmont 


do 


do 






62 


20 


Belfast 


do 


do 






63 


Wilson, Joseph B. 
Whitehead, Robert 


24 


do 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




64 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






65 


Ware, Horace L. 


19 


Northport 


do 


do 






66 


Yonng, Ezra 


47 


Belfast 


Married 


do 






67 


Young, George S. 
Cross, Daniel 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






68 


21 


Detroit 


do 


do 






69 


Nagale, Richard 


33 


Mirimachi 


do 


do 






70 


Smith, Geo. M. 


20 


Rockland 


do 


do 






71 


Welch, Charles 


18 


St. Albans 


do 


do 






72 


Ames, Wm. H. 


18 


Rockland 


do 


do 






73 


Bargess, Geo. W. 


19 


Belfast 


do 


Sept. 23 






74 


Barr, Benja. 


22 


Brewer 


do 


June 15 






75 


Copeland, John 


39 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






76 


Davis, Henry A. 


20! Belfast 


Single 


Sept S3 






77 




40,Thomastoii 


Married 


June 15 






78 


Holmes, Hiram 


18 


RockUnd 


Single 


do 






79 


Hilton, ^vin 


18 


Appleton 


do 


Sept S3 


In Camp 




80 


Gray, Adam M. 


41 


St George 


Married 


June 15 






81 


Jackson, Amasa 


30 


Rockland 


do 


do 






82 


Jackson, Samuel 


31 


do 


Single 


do 






83 


Johnson, Geo. F. 


19 


Windham 


do 


do 






84 


Merrick, Isaiah B. 


23 


Newport 


do 


do 






85 


Palmer, Fred. L. 


18 


Monroe 


do 


Sept S3 






86 


Seamore, John J. 


40 


Rockland 


Married 


June 15 






87 


Toung, Seth M. 


26 LincolnTille 


Single 


do 






88 


Toung, Eleazor J. 


I8| 


do 


do 


do 







AnwXDXX D. 



247 



Return of Company K, Fourth Regiment, (^Continued.) 



PriMMMM. 
WbM 

Taken. 



Wfaan. 



Not. 18 



BbchM. 

WiMIl. 



Sept. 5 
Sept 5 



Oct 25 



Jnlyl 



Sept 5 



RemarkB. 



Promoted to Coiponl, July 1. 
Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 
Womded mortally by accident 

Transferred to band, Jane 16. 
Promoted to Corporal, Ang. 15. 



Dischaiged, en route to Washington. 



Transferred from Company H. 

Recruit from Maine. 

Transferred from Company H. 
" tt II 

Recrnit. 

Transferred from Company H. 

«« M II 

Recrnit. 

Transferred from Company H. 



Recruit. 

Transferred from Company H. 



248 



ADJUTAlfX-aBNIllAL'S RBPOBT. 



RecapUulaiium of Company Ky Fourth Regiment Infantry ^ Maine Voiunieers, 





Pros6nt K AbMOt* 


KiUed. 


PriKm- 
en. 


De- 

CMMd. 


Di0. 
charged. 


De* 

•erted. 


Tiase- 
femd. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


TotaL 


CommUstoned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Masicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


S 
11 

3 
59 


2 

6 






1 

1 


2 

1 

IS 




1 
4 


6 
15 

3 
83 


Total 


76 


8 






2 


16 




5 


107 



Condensed Morning Report^ December 1st, 1861. 















Pbbsbict. 


















AatBivT. 












Oif 


Ik 
Abbbst. 






Oir 




Fob Dittt. 


BiCK. 


SrBCiAi. 




8lCB. 


BrBCIAL 










DUTT. 






Sbbticb. 




1 

< 




i 








^i 






s 




2 






1 






1 




e 


1 




e 


o 






g 


1 






1 






t 


o 




i 


O 








o 


1 




1 








§ 






§ 


\ 




1 

83 


% 


1 




i 


e 




1 

< 

• 

< 




3 


h 


1 

< 


1 

E 

1 


1 


1 


< 
8 


1 


1 


1 

£ 


i 

1 


1 


1 


B 

o 


1 


1 


5 

1 


i 

s 


• 

1 

< 


11 60'74 


2 6 


ll 


1 






I 






1 


84 



Present Organization of the Company. 



i- 



1 Joseph L. Havener 

2 Benjamin Kelley, Jr. 

3 Levi B. Bisbee 

! 

1 Daniel H. Adams 

2 Amos B. Woofiter 

3 Fiu W. Gilbert 

4 Charles Brown 

5 Simeon H. Lanmbee 

1 Sheridan F. Miller 

2 Alfred J. Stephenson 

3 Andrew Heirin 

4 Job Claris 

5 James M. Neallej 

6 David H. Kimball 

7 Edw. D. Redman 

8 Sean Ntckerson 
i 

1 Fred. J. Low 

2 Beiyamin F. Tovng 

l.WilliamS. Baker 



37 Captain 
27|lstLient 
33 2d Lient 




Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 



20 Corporal 
43i do 
do 



221 

39| 
42, 

341 
23 1 
421 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



ISDmrnV 
23Fifer 



46 Wagoner Belfast 



Date of 

R«nkor 

Appoint- 

menu 



Bel&st 
do 
do 

Thomaiton 
Belfast 

do 

do 

do 

Belfast 

do 
Angosta 
Belfast 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Winterport 
LtnoolnTilla 



Sept 15 

do 

Nov. I 

AofT. 15 
do 
do 



> Jnly 1 
Aug. 15 

do 

do 



[Ball Rim. 
Slightly woondcd at 



[RoOt iltghily. 
Wonnded at Bnll 



[rompaiiy H. 
Transferred rob 



APPBNDIX B. 



249 



FIFTH REGIMENT- 



BOum of original Field and Staff Officers of Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 
showing changes which have taken place by promotion, resignationj or otherwise, sines en- 
itris^ service of the United States to December 1, I86I. 



Mark H. Dnnndl 
Edwin Illslej 
S. C. Hamilton 
Chas. 8. Whitman 
Benj. 8. Buxton 
Francis G. Warren 
John 8. Merrill 
John N. Adams 
Fredrick Speed 
Adelbert B. Twitchell 
Benj. Freeman 
WiUiam S. Nojes 



Rank. 



Reaidaace. 



Colonel 

Lieat.-Colonel 

Major 

Adjatant 

Snrgeon 

Asst.-8orgeon 

Quartermaster 

Chaplain 

Sergt.-Major. 

Qaar.-Sei^. 

Com*y-Sergt. 

Hosp. Steward 



Portland 
Lewiston 
Biddeford 
[Portland 
Warren 
Biddeford 
;Gorham 
Portland 
Gorham 
Bethel 
do 
Saco 



Date of Appoint- 
m«nt. 



Remarks. 



May S2, 1861 Resigned. 

do Resigned. 

do Resigned. 

May 27, 1861 
Jane 21, 1861 Taken prisoner. 



do 

May 31, 1861 
Jane 1, 1861 



Re- 



[leased on parole. 
Resigned. 

[tant 13th R«^. 
Promoted to Adju- 
Prom. to Lient. 5ih 
Discharged. [Battery, 
Prisoner, Ball Ron. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Reeidence. 


Dale of Master 
•into U. 8. Serv. 


Remarks. 

1 




Leader 


Portland 


June 24,1861 


t 


Chas. G. Yoang 
Edwaid N. Cohb 


Musician 


do 


do 


Deceased, July 26. 


do 


do 


do 




Edward M. Gammon 


do 


do 


do 




James A. Leavitt 


do 


do 


do 




SamL F. Parcher 


do 


Saco 


do 




James Dickinson 


do 


Biddeford 


do 




Danl. H. Holman 


do 


do 


do 




Daniel P. Larry 


do 


Gorham 


do 




Leri B. Tibbetts 


do 


Biddeford 


do 




Danl. M. Wescott 


do 


Gorham 


do 


Transferred from Co. C. 


Eiekiel York 


do 


Biddeford 


do 


Transferred from Co. B. 


Wm. H. Boardman 


do 


do 


do 


Transferred from Co. F. 


Francis A. Clondman 


do 


Windham 


do 


do 




do 


Norway 
Biddeford 


do 


Transferred from Co. £. 


C3ia8. F. CleaTes 


do 


do 




Joseph W. Doughty 


do 


Windham 


do 


Transferred from Co. A. 


James Evans, Jr. 


do ; 


Hiram 


do 


Transferred from Co. H. 


James M. Femald 


do 1 


Houlton 


do 


do 


James H. Shannon 


do , 


Biddeford 


do 


do 


John W. Thompson 


do 1 


Hartford 


do 


Transferred from Co. K. 


Lather Wiswall, Jr. 


do 1 


Windham 


do 


Transferred from Co. A. 


Chas. D. Barrett 


do 


Portland 


do 




Warren Homo 


do 


Lewiston 


do 





17 



260 



ABJUTANT-aEKERAL'S BEPOBT. 



Betarn of Capt. Henry R. Millett, Compmnj A, Fifth Regiment Infiuitiy, Maine 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that hare 
twentjfonrth day of Jane, 18«1. JOHN C. SUMMERSIDES, Ord. Sergeant. 



Namei. 



GOMM188I01IBD OVVIGBB»< 

1 Josiah Heald, 

2 William Merrill, 
8 John S. Merrill. 

BBBOBANT8. 

1 Henrj R. Millett, 

2 John O. Winship, 

3 Charles H. Patricki 

4 Oeoige D. Beck, 

5 John L. Haskell. 

COBPOBAL0. 

1 Noah Ladd, 

2 John C. Sammersidea, 

3 Wm. B. McAlister, 

4 Frank W. Smith, 

5 Geoi^ge W. Mnnson, 

6 Edward S. Oilman, 

7 Joseph Wight, 

8 Osgood W. Rogers. 

MUSICIANS. 

1 William H Boyd, 

2 David Smith. 

WAOONBB. 

1 Charles H. Stuart 

PBITATBS. 

1 Bampns, Morris 

2 Bamell, James B. 

3 Bradeen, Marquis W. 

4 Buck, Theodore E. 

5 Berry, Robert 

6 Bangs, Leeman J. 

7 Brackeu, Richard O. 

8 Clark, Sargent 

9 Chadbonme, Albra 

10 Cillev, Oliver 

11 Coolbroth, George 

12 Crockett, David S. 

13 Duffy, Peter 

14 Darling, Geoige L. 

15 Doughty, Joseph M. 

16 Edwards, Richmond 

17 Elder, Alonzo S. 

18 Edwards, Charles M. 

19 ElweU, Charles H. 

20 Foss, Alonzo E. 

21 Farwell, Walter H. 

22 Frink, Isaac N. 

23 Oilman, Samuel T. 

24 Gilbert, Albert 

25 Harmon, James F. 

26 Hyde, John L. 

27 Hill, Frederic 

28 Barmon, Joseph D. 

29 Hall, Levi 

30 Hatch, Christopher C. 

31 Hooper, Clinton B. 



Gorham 
do 
do 

Palmyra 
Gorham 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Brunswick 
Gorham 
HoUis 
Gorham 

do 
Wjndham 

Gorham 
do 

Standish 



HebroQ 

Goiham 
20'Limington 
19 1 Gorham 
19| Carthage 
23 Farmington 
22 Westbrook 
17|Limingtoii 
17 Waterboro' 

Gorham 

Scarboro' 

Westbrook 

Gorham 
do 

Windham 

Gorham 
do 
do 
do 

Limington 



do 

Denmark 

Gorham 
do 

Limington 
l8Saco 
20iGorham 
29 do 

27,0. Elizabeth 
21 1 Windham 



Married 




or 


into 


Biasla. 


U.B.8OT. 


Married 


Jane 24 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


WidVr 


do 


Singh 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Shigle 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Bick. 
Where. 



Goriiam 



Hos|ntal 



Alex. Hosp. 

Hospital 
do 



Killed. 



ASVSSDJX. 9. 



251 



Vblnoteen, sutiooed fit Alexandria, Ya., expressing Ha coDdidon on the morning 
ttkeo place Id the Compan/ ainice it entered the service of the United States, on the 

HENRY R. MILLETT, Captain. 



When 



Dec««Md. 
Wben. 



Aug. 9 

Jal7 28 
JnlyS 



Jnljao 
Sept. 6 
Aug. 18 



DiwbM. 
Wlieiu 



Resigned. 

On leave of atwence on account of Bicknees 

Resigned. 

Prmnoted to Captain, Ang. 6. 
Appointed Ist Sergeant, «mne 1. 



Deserted July 26, from Alexandria. 
Pfomoted 1st Sergeant, July 28. 



Deserted Jaly S6 from Alexandria. 
Promoted Sergeant, July 26. 



Timnsferred to Hon-Com. Staff. 



Oct 28 
Ang. 1 



Sept. 98 



Semarka. 



Transferred to band 5th Regt. 
Promoted to Corporal* July 80. 



Promoted to Corporal, July 28. 



252 



AOJUTAKT-aENEKAIi'S REPORT. 



Return of Company A, Fifth RegimetU, (^Continued.') 



1 

32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 



Names. 



Hanly, Francis E. 

Libbj, Heory 

Libbj, Cyrus L. 

Linscott, Isaac 

Lord, Frank 

r^wcll, Alfred O. 

Martin, Marshall 

Merritt, Gkorge H. 

McPhee, Francis 

McKenney, James 

McClintock, Albert B. 

Newell, Henry H. 

Newcomb, Oliver 

Palmer, Nathan 

Plummer, Robert 

Phinney, Edward B. 

Plaisted, Byrom G. 

Phinney, William C. 

Qaint, Ira A. 

Rogers, John 

RoUfe, Emery 

Reed, George S. 

Sias, Horace 

Staples, Moses M. 

Sanborn, John W. 

Shaw, Almon 

Shaw, Chauncey C. 

Smith, Silas M. 

Stackpole, Augastns J. 

Shackford, Theodore 

Stroat, Angnstns J. 

Stackpole, Edwin 
64 Tufts, James B. 
6^ Thompson, Nathan N. 

66 Tufts, Alran V. 

67 Wood, Charles M. 

68 Watson, Timothy B. 
69 1 Whitney, Alfred 
70!Wi8well, Luther, Jr. 
71 i Wheeler, Charles H. 
72>Winslow, Josiah 

73 Welch, Sewall 
74 1 Wentworth, Horatio 
751 Westcott, William F. 
76 1 Wood, Wan-en H. 

77 Spaulding, James G. 

78 Qaimby, Clement 

79 Johnson, Charles W. 
.S0,McClu8key,John 

8 r Hatch, Franklin N. 

82 Wormwood, Charles P. 

83 Speed, Frederick 







Married 




i 


Residence. 


or 


Into 


<_ 




Single. 


U.B.Ser. 


21 


Westbrook 


Single 


June 24 


25 Steodish 


do 


do 


19 Gorham 


do 


do 


21 Cornish 


do 


do 


24 Gorham 


do 


do 


19 


Portland 


do 


do 


22 


Gorham 


Married 


do 


22 


do 


Single 


do 


23 


do 


do 


do 


20 


Sebago 


do 


do 


19'Limington 


do 


do 


20 {Gorham 


do 


do 


19 Limington 


do 


do 


19|Uollis 


do 


do 


ISGorham 


do 


do 


32 do 


do 


do 


19iLimington 


do 


do 


26 Westbrook 


Married 


do 


19,Brownfield 


Single 


do 


19 Windham 


do 


do 


17 


Gorham 


do 


do 


45 


do 


Married 


do 


17 


do 


Single 


do 


21 


Baldwin 


do 


do 


26'Standish 


do 


do 


19 j Windham 


do 


do 


26 Gorham 


Married 


do 


25 do 


Single 


do 


24 do 


do 


do 


17 do 


do 


do 


18 Standish 


do 


do 


19.N. Yarmouth 


do 


do 


19 Limington 
l9'Waterboro' 


do 


do 


do 


do 


24;Comish 


do 


do 


19 Gorham 


do 


do 


19 Limerick 


do 


do 


33 Sebapo 


Married 


do 


23 1 Windham 


do 


do 


18 do 


Single 


do 


27 Casco 


do 


do 


21 Standish 


do 


do 


20 Gorham 


do 


do 


32! do 


Married 


do 


30 Buxton 


Single 


do 


26 Buckfield 


Married 


June 26 


18 Watcrford 


Single 


Nov. 82 


19, Portland 


do 


do 


16 Benton 


do 


do 


16Sanfdrd 


do 


do 


22Hollis 


do 


JnneS4 


21 


Gorham 


do 


do 



Hick. 
Where. 



Hospital 



Alex.Hosp. 

In Quarters 
In Hospital 



In Hospital 



In Quarters 
do 



Killed. 
Wben. 



APPENDIX D. 



253 



Return of Company Aj Fifth Regiment^ (^Continued,') 



\ Priaoneia. 
<$| When 
dS] Takan. 



8S 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
36 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



When. 



DlKb'd. 
Wben. 



Bamarkc. 



Not. 28 



45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57| 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

631 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

691 

7oi 

71. 
72 

73| 
74 
75 
76 

V 
78. 

79, 

eo 

61 
82l 
83 



jQty2l 



Oct 8 



Sept 6 



Aug. 19 

Oct 3 
Aag. 1 



Not. 15 



Detailed as nurse at the Annapolis hospital. 
Deserted Jaly 26, at Alexandria. 



Deserted JxHj 2\, from Bull Rim. 
Promoted to Corporal, Jalj 26. 



Promoted to Corporal, Jnlj 30. 

Deserted July 84, from hospital, Washington. 

Promoted to Corporal, Sept 1. 



Promoted to Corporal, July 26. 



Promoted to Corporal, Ang. 18. 
Worthless. 



Deserted July 6, at Alexandria. 
Wonnded at Ball Ran. 



Transferred to band 5th Regt. 

Deserted July 26, at Alexandria. 

Deserted Jnly 24, from Columbia Hospital, Wash'n. 



Appointed Drommer, Co. A. 

Detailed as narse in hospital. 

Appointed 2d Lieutenant, Aag. 27. Resigned. 



254 



adjutant-general's report. 



Recapihdation of Company A, Fifth Regiment Infantry , Maine Volunteers. 





Present Sl Abeeot. 




Prison- 
en. 


De- 


ru. 










Fit for 
Duty. 


Bick. 


Killed. 


ceased, ekwi^d. seried. 

i 1 


foSS:^^ 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Cora. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


6 

S 

52 


1 
11 




1 


1 


2 
5 

10 


2 

6 


1 

2 


3 
IS 

3 
83 


Total 


60 


12 




1 


1 1 17 ! 8 1 8 


102 


Condensed Monnng Reporty December Ist^ 1861. 















PjtEllWT. 














Am»E.-rT. 










Ojf , 




1 


On 




Fern DvTV. 


SrcM. 


X'r A-- 




ilea. 


BlITICL 




1 

< 

1 

£ 


1 


1 






, 


1 






J 

H 


'^ 


i 




'i 


, 




llfl 


S 






< 


1 
1 

1 


1 i 

11 


i 


-i 


1 




s 
s 

£ 


1 


■ 


< 

1 

i 


1 

2 


11' 
ill 

' i 


i 

< 

1 


I 


U 


49 


61 






s 


s 


1 










t 


3 71 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



i 


Rank. 


< 




28 


Captain 


28 


IstLient. 


29 


IstSerg't 


24 


Sergeant 


83 


do 


89 


do 


21 


do 


24 


Corporal 


28 


do 


45 


do 


26 


do 


32 


do 


26 


do 



Sesidenee. 



Date of 

Rank or 

Appolnt- 

ment. 



Renarka. 



Henry R. Millett 
William Merrill 



John C. Snmmersides 
Charles H. Patrick 
John L. Haskell 
Joseph Wight 
Osgood W. Rogers 



Richmond Edwards 
John L. Hyde 
Geoige 8. Reed 
Channcy C. Shaw 
Edwin B. Phinney 
William C. Phinney 



Palmyra 
Gorham 



Gorham 

do 

do 

do 
Windham 



Gorham 

Liming^n 

Gorham 

do 

do 
Westbrook 



Aog. 14 
April 27 



July 28 
April 27 

do 
Jaly 26 
July 28 



Prom, from Serg't. 
Absent. Sick. 



256 



adjutaht-obnebal's bbport. 



Betarn of Capt Lewis B. Goodwin, CompaDj B, Fifth Begiment Infimtiy, Maina 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that haTo 
twenty-fourth daj of Jane, 1861. CHABLES B. DEXTER, Ord. 8eig*L 



i 


Ifuam. 


1 


Saridence. 


Marrwd 

or 
Singla. 


Musierwl 

into 
U S.8er. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
Wben. 




COMMI8810NBD 0FVICBB8. 














1 


Lewis B. Goodwin, 


36 


Biddefoid 


Married June 24 






2 


Robert M. Stevens, 


30 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Samael H. PUUbury. 

8BROBAMT8. 


26 


do 


Married 


do 






1 


Charles B- Dexter, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






2 


John D. Ladd, 


23 


do 


Smgle 


do 






3 


Samuel B. Brackett, 


22 


do 


dS 








4 


Charles P. Foster, 


24 


do 


Married 








5 


Moses T. Sampson. 

CORPOBAL8. 


24 


do 


do 








1 


Walter Foss, 


24 


do 


Married 


do 






2 


Henry F. Davis, 


26 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Oliver H. Mclntire, 


29 


do 


do 


do 






4 


George W. Nason, 


20 


do 


Single 


do 






5 


Arthur Bicker, 


25 


do 


do 


do 






6 


Charies H. Wallace, 


23 


do 


Married 


do 






7 


George W. Morrison, 


21 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Nicholas R. Lougee. 

MU8ICIAN8. 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






1 


William H. Parsons, 


27 


do 


Married 


do 






2 


Eiekiel York. 

WAOONBB. 


40 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Frank Wadsworth. 

PRIVATES. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Adams, Israel 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


Adams, Oliver B. 


23 


d^o 


do 


do 






3 


Adams, Jesse W. 


22 Kennebunkp't 


do 


do 






4 


Appleton, Thomas W. 


27; Acton 


Married 


do 






5 


Ayer, Charles H. 


19;Biddeford 


Single 


do 






6 


Bacon, George W. 


27 


do 


do 


do 






7 


Bean, Aaron H. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Berry, Cyrus 


18 


do [N.H. 


do 


do 






9 


Blake, James 


33 Salmon Falls, 


Married 


do 






10 


Butler, Wentworth 


24;Biddcford 


Single 


do 






U 


Bnmham, Charles M. 


21 do 


do 


do 






12 


Brackett, Peter 


23 do 


do 


do 






13 


Brown, Charles H. 


19 do 


do 


do 






14 


Chapman, Charles F. 


20| do 


do 








15 


Chadbonme, Horace E. 


23i do 


Married 


do 






16 


Cousins, Prentiss M. 


231 do 


do 


do 






17 


Davis, Thomas 


20! do 


Single 


do 






18 


Dearborn, George E. 


26 


do 


Married 


do 






19 


Dearborn, Henry A. 


24 


do 


Single 


do 






20 


Edson, John 


21 


do 


do 


do 






21 


Elliott, Joseph 


19 do 


do 


do 






22 


Elliott, Timothy 
Emerson, Charles A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 


Alexandria 




23 


18 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Frost, William H. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






25 


Grarvin, Edwin 


20 


do 


do 


do 






26 


Getchell, James 


18 


do 


do 


do 






27 Gilman, Joseph M. 


33 


do 


Married 


do 


Alexandria 




28;Goodwin, John W. 


26 


do 


do 


do 






29 j Goodwin, Saraner L. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






30, Hanson. Moses W. 


32 


do 


do 


do 






31 


Henry, Thomas 


23 


do 


Single 


do 







APPBNDIX D. 



257 



Yolanteers, stationed at Alexandria, Ta., expressing Its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 
LiBUT. ROBERT M. STEVENS, Commanding. 



Wbea 



Dec«arad, 
When. 



DiMhM. 
Wtaeo. 



Sept. 20 



Resigned, nnable to do dnty. 



Jnly 31 



Oct 8 



Promoted to ftth Servant, Aug. 1. 
Deserted Sept. 24. Worthless. 



JnlySl 



Sept. 24 



Ang. 8 



lUmurlu. 



Deserted July 23. 
Transferred to the Band. 



Promoted to Corporal, July 15. 



Deserted Jnly 23. 



Deserted Jnly 23. 



Not mustered in. 

Deserted Sept. 26. 

Deserted Sept 17. Worthless. 



Deserted Jnly 23. 



258 



abjutant-oevs&al's kepobt. 



Return of Company B, Fifth Regiment^ (^(hntiamed.^ 



82 

3d 
34 
85 
36 
37 
38 
89 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
61 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
69 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 

71 WiUey, Jacob O. 

72 York, RUhworth J. 

73 Babb, Joseph H. 
74|Noble, William T. 
75'Wadliii,MelTinT. 
76;McIntire, John H. 



Hodgdon, Billings 
Horton, Roswell C. 
Hooper, Samuel 
Hatchings, Robert C. 
Hnssey^Dmniel 
Jeffrey, Jesse 
Jordan, Joseph 
Kelley, Jeremiah 
Larrabee, Charles F. 
Libby, John F. 
Ltoscott, John 
Littlefield, Jnnins W. 
Littlefield, Jesse L. 
Maxim, William D. 
Moran, John E. 
Mesenre, Edwin 
McCabe, John 
Moore, Elliot 
Murphy, Alvin B. 
Murphy, William D. 
Nesbitt, John F. 
Nesbitt, Frederick D. 
Paine, Theodore H. 
Page, Josiah 
Polly, George A. 
Roberts, Milton T. 
Bobbins, Albert F. 
Scribner, Samnel E. 
Smith, Horace P. 
Smith, Lewis H. 
Small, Charies S. 
Spencer, George G. 
Stevens, James 
Stevens, William 
Tarbox, Warren B. 
Walker, Otis 
Webber, Albert 
Whitten, Seth S. 
Wilkinson, Aaron B. 



77 
78 
79 



Libby, Charles O. 
Harper, John 
Snlliyan, Jerry 





MUfiMl 


Mastered 


SMldenca. 


or 


into 




8iaKl«. 


U.&Bor. 


Biddefoid 


Married 


Jane 84 


Dexter 


Single 


do 


Milton KK 


Married 


do 


Biddefind 


Single 


do 


Acton 


£ 


do 


Kennebnnkp't 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Biddefoid 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Dexter 


do 


do 


Biddefoid 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Boxton 


Single 


do 


Biddefoid 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Milton, N. H. 


do 


do 


Biddefoid 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Effingham,l!f H 


Single 


do 


Biddefoid 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Westbrook 


do 


do 


Biddeford 


Single 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Dexter 


do 


do 


Biddefoid 


Married 


do 



Sick. 
Wbera. 



Akxandria 



Killed. 
WteB. 



APPBNBIZ D» 



259 



Beium of Company J5, Fijih Regiment^ (Continued.^ 



92 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

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 

791 



Priaoaefa. 
Whoa 
takoB 



Wliaa. 



BiKh'd. 
WbM. 



Bamuki. 



Aug. 8 



Not. 14 



Aug. 8 
Oct 8 



Deserted Jnl j 23. 

« u 



Deserted Sept 24. 



OctS 



Sept 14 



Plromoled to Corporal, Nov. 1. 
Promoted to Corporal, Ang. 12. 
Deserted Jaly 23. 

Deserted Sept 26. 



Deserted .Tnly 23. 

Deserted Sept. 17. Si«k two months previous. 



260 



ADJUTANT-GBNBBAL'B BEPORT. 



Recajnttdaium of Company By Fifth Regiment Bifantry, Maine Volunteers, 





ProMDt^ Absent. 




PriMm* 
en. 


TUi. 


t\t^ 


De- 


•r*.«. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


KiUed. 


ceued. charged. 


serted, feired. 


ToCaL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Masicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 

10 

55 


3 






1 


I 
2 

1 
7 


1 

1 

13 


1 
1 


3 
13 

3 
80 


Total 


67 


3 






1 


11 


15 1 2 


99 


Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 






Present 


Organization of the Company, 














Date of 




i 


Names. 


< 


Rank. 




Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment* 


ff^Htlfffcl, 


1 

2 


Robert M. Stevens 


so 


1 St Lieut. 


Biddeibid 


Maj27 




3 


Samuel H. Pillsbury 


26 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Charles B. Dexter 


23 


Sergeant 


Biddeford 


May 27 




2 


John D. Ladd 


23 


dS 


do 


do 




3 


Samuel B. Brackett 


22 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Charles P. Foster 


24 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Walter Foss 


24 


do 


do 


Aug.] 




1 


George W. Nason 


20 


Corporal 


Biddeford 


April 27 




2 


Arthur Bicker 


25 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Charles H. Wallace 


231 do 


do 


do 




4 


George W. Morrison 


21 > do 


do 


do 




5 




22' do 


do 


do 




6 


Israel Adams 


22 


do 


do 


July 15 




7 


William D. Murphy 


27 


do 


do 


Aug. 2 




8 


Elliot Moore 


21 


do 


Boston 


NOT.I 





262 



adjtttant-ghnsbal's bbport. 



Retain of Ci^t. Isaac B. Noy^s, ComiMuij C, Hfiii Regimeiit Infantrj, Maine 
of December Ut, 1861, together with a complete record of the cfaaogti^ that haye 
twenty-foarth day of Jane, 1861. ALBEBT F. LANE, Orderly Sergeant. 



i 


Nanras. 


4 




MuriMl 

or 
aingto. 


Miut«nd 

toto 
U.S. Sot. 


Oefc. 

WlMM. 


Killed. 
Wh«b 
















1> Isaac B. Noyea, 


22 


Saco 


Single 


June 24 






3 


Fred. S. Garney, 


21 


do 


do 


do 






3 


David S. Bannows. 

8BROBA9T9. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






I 


A. C. T. Stevens, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Daniel Sanborn, 


22! do 


do 


do 






3tB. F. Leavitt, 


26 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Wm. Henry Shaw, 


21 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Jamea Cole. 

0ORPORAL8. 


32 


do 


Mairied 


do 






1 


E. C. Chadboame, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






SlOrren Moody, 


32 


do 


Married 


do 






3 


Albert F. Lane, 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






4 


J. M. Pennell, 


21 


do 


Married 


do 






5 


E. G. Bradbury, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






6 


Elestus S. Wormell, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






7 


J. 0. Patrick, 


25 


do 


Married 


do 






8 


Charles W. MitchelU 

MUaiCIAH. 


22 


Stows 


Single 


do 




. 


1 


Ivory lattlefield. 

WAOOVSR. 


24 


Saco 


do 


do 






1 


Eli Dennett 

pniVATBS. 


26 






do 






1 


Avery, Dexter 


24 


Saco 


Single 


do 






2 

3 


Ayer, Geoive H. 
Atkinson, Wm. H. 


19 
21 


G. Falls, K.H. 
Saco 


do 
do 


do 
do 






4 


Andrews, George H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Basseck, Josiah T. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






6 


Bell, Joseph 
Baker, Albert B. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






7 


20 


Biddefoid 


do 


do 






8 


Cillea, John 


23Saco 


do 


do 






9 


Cole, Alonzo 


22 do 


do 


do 






10 


Chadbonme, William 2d 


26 Cornish 


do 


do 






11 


Chnrchill, Fabian 


18iMinot 


do 


do 






12 


Collins, Daniel 


23,Saco 


Married 


do 






13 


Davis, Walter H. 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






14 


Dearing, James 


18 


do 


do 


do 






15 


Dennett, Joseph C. 


36 


do 


Married 


do 






16 


Drew, Abram 


19 


do 


do 


do 






17 


Drew, L D. 


36 






do 






18 


Eilam, John £. 


39 


do 


Single 


do 






19|Emery, Ira 


21 


Limerick 


do 


do 






20 


Emery, Lorenzo S. 


19 


Kennebnnk 


Single 


do 






21 




26 


Saco 


Married 


do 






22 


Foj«ter, John 


26 


Minot 


Single 


do 






23 


Qaddis, James 


33iSaco 


do 


do 






24 


Gowen, James H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






25 


Gowen, S. P. 


41 


do 


do 


do 






26 


Ili^ffins, James H. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






27 


Huntoon, W. H. 


23 


Orrington 


do 


do 






28 


Hnrris, George 


25 


Boston, Mass. 


do 


do 






29 


Hnve», Ivory 


27 


Biddeford 


Married 


do 






30'Knij?ht, Levi 0. 


27 


Westbrook 


Single 


do 






31 Kin(r. Milton J. 


22 


Strafford, Vt. 


do 


do 






32 


Kelley, James 


34 


Portland 


do 


do 







AFraNBDC B. 



283 



Volimteen, atatiooed at Alexttodrio, Y*^ expressing its condition on th^ morning 
taken place in the CSompanj since it entered tbe service of the United States, on the 

DAVID S. BARROWS, Captain. 



When 
taken. 



Whoa. 



DiBch*d. 
WbM. 



Xemarki. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
15 
16 
1 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2S 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
31 
32 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 14 



A«g.20 



Not. 30 



Sept 5 



Resigned. 

Pft>moted to Captain, Aug. 15. 

Promoted to let Lieatenant, Ang. 15. 



Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, Ang. 26. 
Reduced to ranks, Oct. 27. 

Promoted to 4th Seijgeant, Ang. 28. 

Promoted to 1st Sevgeant, Ang. 28. 
Redoced to ranks, Aog. 3. 



Promoted to 5th Seigeant, Aug. 26. 
Promoted to Corporal, Oct. 29. 



Deserted July 24. 

Deserted Jnljr 24, 
Not mustered in. 



Oct .3 

Ang. 23 
Oct 8 



Promoted to Corporal. 

Deserted Jane 28, en route to Washington. 



264 



ADJVTASrS-QSSWiAL'S BBPOBT. 



Relum of Company C, Fifth Regiment, CConiinued.') 



i 

33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
67 
68 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 



Names. 



Kimball, Lather G. 
Lewis, John 
Lairabee, William 
Merrill, Charles D. 
McCalloch, Andrew J. 
McCarthy, Andrew 
Nason, James, 
Nutten, Alonxo 
Page, Edward 
Page, George W. 
Phillips, Seth 
Page, Charies R. 
Ricker, Charles 
Richards, Benjamin 
Ricker, Frank 
Stevens, John C. 
Stone, Thomas B. 
Stevens, Chas. H. P. 
Sawyer, Wm. H. 
Senate, James 
Tyne, Michael 
Webb, Charles W. 
Wilber, Joseph 
Wormell, Daniel C. 
Whitan, B. F. 
Wormell, Sylvester S. 
Wormell, John S. 
Warren, John 
Wayland, John E. 
WUlard, John H. 
Welch, Leonard 
Wentworth, Samnel 
Welch, Alexander 
Yonng, C. G. 
Wescott, D. M. 
Larry, D. P. 
Noyes, W. S. 
Seavey, Orrin 
Merrill, George 
Hall, Elbridge G. 
Alexander, W. H. 
Morgan, Geo. E. 
Deas, James D. 
Hughes, Martin 
Berry, David 
Foss, Geoige H. 
Smith, Fairfield 





Married 


Muatered 


SMidanee. 


or 


into 




Single. 


U.aSer. 


Saco 


Single 


Jane 24 


do 


do 


do 


Biddeford 


do 


do 


Saco 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Lowell, Bfaas. 


do 


do 


Biddefoid 


Bfarried 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


Nov. 1 


Saco 


do 


Jane 24 


Biddeford 


do 


do 


Saco 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Gorfaam 


do 


do 


Newfield 


do 


do 


Saco 


Married 


do 


Plymouth 


Single 


do 


Biddefoid 


do 


do 


Saco 


BCarried 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Bnxton 


do 


do 


Saco 


Married 


do 


Bethel 


Single 


do 


Biddeford 


Married 


do 


Saco 


Single 


do 


G. Falls, N.H. 


do 


do 


Saco 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Portland 


Married 


do 


Windham 


do 


do 


Gorham 


do 


do 


Saco 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Portland 


do 


do 


Wolfboro'N.H. 


do 


Nov. 1 


Saco 


Married 


Jane 24 


Portland 
do 


Single 
do 


"Z' 


Saco 


Married 


July 15 
June 24 


Dayton 


do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
Wbeiu 



APPBNDEC D. 



265 



JRehim of Company C, F^ Regiment, (CofUinued.y 



I Pitoonen. 
ill ukeo. 


Deceased. 
When. 


OiMhM. 
Wbea. 


fiemarka. 


33 
34 
35 
36 
37 








Promoted to Fifer, Oct. 29. 


38 
39 
40 
A] 




• 


Oct. 3 
Aug. 28 




42 
43 
44 
45 

46 






Oct 3 
Oct 8 


Promoted to Corponl. 


47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 








TrmniferredtoCo. I 


61 
62 
63 

64 
65 










66 
67 
68 

69 
70 


Jutjil 






Transferred to Reg't. Band. 

II II n 
(( u a 

Confined at Bichmond. 


7.' 




Oct 15. 


' 


72 
73 








Deserted Jnlj 23. 


74 










75| 
76i 
77 






Promoted to Dmmmeri Jane 24. 
Promoted to Corporal. 


78 
79 











18 



266 



abjutant-general's report. 



Recapitulation of Company O^ Fifth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





Prwent k. MmvaU 




PriMD- 

•xa. 


De- 
eMMd. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
sert«d. 


Tru«. 

fMTOd. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


KiUed. 


ToUL 


Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
12 

3 
44 


1 
1 

11 




1 


1 


2 

1 


4 


6 


5 

14 
9 

75 


Total 


61 


13 




1 


1 


12 


4 


5 


97 


^Condensed Morning Report^ December \stj 1861. 













FutEITTi 














ASIKITT* 












Oif 


fif 






Oit 




Fpa DiTTT* 


Sick. 


Durr. 




Bicc. 






1 

< 


i^ 








i 






t 






z! 




jf 




£ 




s 








s 






1 






« 






g 




£ 






1 ^ 






1 


1 










i 


I' 


_ 


i 


1 




1 ^ 




» 


1 


o 

i 
212 


t 


< 


■ 


1 


! 

ti 


< 


1 


o 

1 


3 1 

ll 


i 

s' 


i- 

11 


1 

1^ 


1 


1 


E 

as 


■ 


ll 
II 


4S5S 


13 


1 


3 




2 


74 




1 


! T4' 





Present Organization of the Company, 














Date of 




i 


Nuatn. 


1 


Raok. 


Rarideiice. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remadca. 


4 




< 






ment. 




1 


David S. Barrows 


22 


Captain 


Saco 


Aug. 15 




2 


Abel C. F. Stevens 


24 


1 8t Lieut 


do 


do 




3 


WUliam H. Shaw 


21 


2d Lieut 


do 


Aug. 26 




1 


Albert F. Lane 


19 


Sergeant 
do 


Saco 


Aug. 26 




2 


Daniel Sanborn 


22 


do 


April 27 




3 


Benja. F. Leavitt 


26 


do 


do 


Aug. 26 




4 


Edward C. Chadboame 


23 


do 


do 


do 




6 


Charles W. MitcheU 


22 


do 


Stowe 


do 




1 


James 0. Patrick 


25 


Corporal 


Saco 


Aug. 26 




2 


EUyidge G. Bradbnry 


23 


do 


do 




8 


Elestos S. Wormell 


23 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Ivory Littlefield 


24 


do 


do 


Oct 29 




5 


Stephen P. Gowen 


44 


do 


do 


Aug. 26 




6 


Martin Hughes 


23 


do 


Portland 


Aug. 15 




7 


Charles Bicker 


23 


do 


Saco 


Dec. 6 




8 


James Cole 


82 


do 


do 


Nov. 29 





968 



ABJUTiJrT-OSHSRAL'S BSPORT. 



Betnrn of Cq>t. Edwnd W. ThoraptoD, CompttBy D, Fifth 1 
of December Itt, 1861, togedier with a oomplele racoid oC the < 
twentf-foiirth 6mj of Jnoe, 1861. A. D. HUTCHINSOK, Oidnljr 1 




COXMIMIOSED OFFICSXe. 



I ' Edirard W. Thompeoo, 
3, George B. Keonistoii, 
S.Chaiki H^SbiaIL 

■BBOKANTt. 

1 Jim W. Owen, Jr., 

2 John J. Smith, 
aiAUmm D. Htitcfainsoii, 
4iLewis H. Lant, 

5| William F. McQiwetioiL 

' COarOKALB. 

1 ' BeDJamin F. Wbttten, 
2|EmerT F. Blondell, 
3 (John u. French, 
4|Cbariet A. Cloiigfa, 
5; William CMoodr, 

6 Stephen W. Hatch, 

7 Horace L. Bernr, 

8 James BlaisdelL 



MUBICIAVS. 

William H. HaU, 
\ Geoige L. Harmon. 

WAOOVBR. 

I Amos E. Lapham. 

rSIYATBS. 

Alexander, Randall T. 
I Abbott, Philip 
) Berry, George 
k Brown, James, Jr. 
J Cobbett, Alfred L. 
» Colbj, George I*. 
r Colby, John P. 
J Conner, James 
9 'Cotton, Henry 
10; Cobb, Edwin 

11 Croogh, Daniel 

12 Cobnm, Charles M. 

13 Doughty, Isaac 
U.Danlap, Charles Lb 
15 Danningf Orlando 
16i Eastman, Orlando H. 

17 Eastman, Martin V. 

18 Eastman, Zadoc G. 

19 Fabian, Antony 
SO, Few, Robert 
2liFox, DayidM. 
22iFox, Lorenso D. 
23, Farrow, Henry 

24 Godfrey, James 

25 Goldsmith, Charles B. 

26 Hamlin, William 
27 1 Haley, James A. 
28'Has8et, Lawrence 
29'Halejr, AJonzo 
30 Hamngton, Ai C. 
31 ' Hodgdon, Daniel B. 



25Br«iswick 

24Boothbay 

32,Topsham 

Brunswick 
20Topsham 
25. Brunswick 
29 do 
121 Bocfcport, Ms. 

.23 Bmnswick 
'35 Topsham 
26 Bmnswick 

21 jBowdoinham 

26 Woodstock 
19,Branswick 

29 N. Gloacester 
22.Bmnswick 

24 Bethel 
I 

'23'Topsbam 
'44 1 Woodstock 
l2l[Rockport, Ms. 
i36|Port]and 
144 ; Bmnswick 

|S3 1 Topsham 
1 19. Bmnswick 
23; Bath 
:20,AndoTer 
'18 Limerick 
il8'Biddeford 
,21,Rockport, Ms. 
•22 Bmnswick 
119 do 
lisl do 
,22 Mexico 

27 do 
34 do 

22 Biddeford 
22' Bmnswick 
37, Porter 

22 Rockport, Ms. 
24 1 do 

25 Portland 
27 1 Bmnswick 
20Bowdoinham 
21 'Topsham 
20.Lewiston 

23 Topsham 

Bmnswick 



1: 



do 
Married 

do 
Single 
dS 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 
Manied 

do 
Single 

do 

Married 
Single 

do 

do 
Biamed 
Single 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 

do 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 

do 
Single 
Manied 

do 
Single 
BCarried 

do 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Manied 



June 24 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Topsham 



Poidand 



APraiDIZ D. 



26d 



Yohmteen, itatiooed «t Alaxandru, Va.» ezprMsing its condition on tho moraing 
pkee in the Company since it entered the senrice of the United States, on the 

CHARLES H. SMALL, Captain. 



SJotySl 



1 

8 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
15 
IS 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



Jnl7 21 



JtdjS 



28Jirij21 

29 

80 

31 



Sqitll 



DiKh'd. 



Sept 14 



Ang. 20 



OctS 



Ang.l 



Confined at Richmond. 
Appointed Captain, Ootober 7. 

Coaenmption. 



Deserted Jane 24, now in 9th Maine Volnnleen. 
Confine^ m Ridimond. 



Promoted to 3d Seigeant, Angnst 20. 

Not heard from sinoe learing Maine. 
Promoted to 4th Seigeant, Angnst 15. 

Promoted Fid Maior, Jane 25. 



B«oiArlC0. 



Deserted, Juw 26. Worthless. 



At Alexandria of oonsnmption. 



Deserted, September 12. 
FronHKed Coipofml,4September 1. 



Confined at Richmond. 

Confined at Richmond. 
Promoted Corporal, Jane 26. 

Pnnnoted Corporal, Jane 23. 



270 



a]>jutaht-oxhsral's rkport. 



Return of Company Dy Fifth Regiment j (^Qmimmed.^ 



82 Howland, Junes E. 

33 Hatch, Stephen D. 

34 Hamblen, Artfaar IL 

35 Jewett, Thomaa 

86 Johnson, Samael L. 
37;Keaj, John H. 
38 1 Kerr, James 
39'KennerM>o, Ithiel H. 

40 Lnbee, William 

41 Malonej, John 
42|Marriner, Charles E. 
43 McLaalin, John 

M McOaj, Thomas 

45 Miller, Samnel 

46 Mone, William D. 

47 Mason, Sdllman L. 

48 Parsons, Thomas F. 

49 Perkins, Stephen A. 
50|Rackliff; Nathaniel 
SljStront, Charles W. 
52 Stone, Charles E. 
53 1 Smith, Jefferson 
54! Staples, Elbridge & 
55|Stofrell, Joseph H. 

56 Stnart, Thomas 

57 StoTer, Nathan 
58|Sloman, Albion 
59, Smith, Sewall 
60 Tajlor, Eagene 
6rTnttle, Thomas 
62 Vickery, Albert 



63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 



Vickerj, Charles B. 
Warren, Jere 
Welch, Morris 
Willis, John • 

Work, Oscar O. 
Whitnej, Dm ham 
Wallace, Otis W. 
Daris, Jacob 
Somers, Israel E. 
Aspeal, James 
Tajlor, Charles 
Manninff, Charles 
Coffin, Simeon 
Coffin, James W. 
Croswell, James 
Trofuit, Adam O. 
Beard, Charles 
Clark, Daniel C. 



<_; 

18iTopsham 

22'Bowdoinham 

28.Rockport, Ms. 

23;Rockland 

20,Bransw]ck 

I81 do 

27;Corapton,C£. 

2rBethel 

21 

19 

22 

26 

25 

20 

19 

22 

23 

22 

24 

18 

27 

19 

24 

22 

28 

18 

18 

19 

18 

19 

18 

22 

20 

20 

18 

19 

22 

24 

26 

23 

33 

241 

25 

25 

21 

18 



Bmnswick 

Limington 

Topsham 

Springfield 

Bmnswick 

do 
Bowdoinham 
Rockport, Ms. 

do 

do 
Bmnswick . 

do 

do 

do 
Topsham 
Portland 
Topsham 
Lovell 

RockiMrt, Ms. 
Ramiord 
AndoTer 
Durham 
Bmnswick 

do 
Biddefeid 

do 

do 
Topsham 
Brunswick 
Rockport, Ms. 
Portland 
Biddeford 
Portland 

do 
Lewiston 



Bmnswick 
do 
do 

9. Topsham 
SiMoecow 
20|Port]and 



ManM 


Mwtmd 


or 


ialo 


Starl*. 


U.&Sw. 

Jane 24 


Smgle 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Oct? 



Siek. 



I ftOted. 
Wkfl^ 



AFPBNDIX D* 



271 



Return of Company Dy Fifth Regiment^ (^Cowtinued.) 



6 


y^ . When. 


Dlich*d. 
Wb«B. 


Benuki. 


as 


tuea. 








32 








33. 








34: 




0«.3 




95. 








^i 








37I 






Deserted, July 25. Worthless. 


38, 








Wl , 




Not. 7 




40| 








41 






Sept. 8 




42 










43 










44 










45 






Ang.l 




44 










47 






Sept 4 




48 










49 










50 










51 










52| 




Oct 8. 




53 










54 






Not. 17 




55 










56 










57 










58! 








59 








60 




pets 




41 








42 








63! 








64 








65 








64Jal721 






Oonfloed at Biehmond. , 


*^i 






"" 


68' 








69 








71' 
7» 






Deserted, June 88. Worthless. 








73 
74 




Not. 15 


AoddentiOly shot, September 17. 




Sept 8 




76' 








77 










78 






Sept 4 




79 








Appointed 2d Lieatetumt, October 7. 


80 











272 



abjutaht-gsnbeal's bspobt. 



HecapUukUian ofChmpat^D^ Fifth BegimetU hrfaniry, Modn§ VohaUeen. 





PraMotltAbMot.; 


Prtam- 


D»- 

oeaMd. 


Db- D». 
cbuftd. MfYsd. 


TW 






Fit for 
Doty. 


Sick. 


KiDed. 


acB. 


(ami. 


ToCiL 


Non-Com. Officen 
Mnsicuuis & Wagoner 
Prinues 


1 

I 

50 


2 
9 




I 
1 

3 


1 


1 
■ 1 

13 


1 
4 




S 
IS 

s 

80 


Toud 


61 


11 1 


5 


1 1 15 


5 




99 



Oondensed Homing Report, December IjC, 1861. 



PsBtBirr. 



FOA DCTT. 



t 
I 



BlOK* 



S 

§ 
-: i 

8 1 

6 ^ 

1 § 



9 1044 561 I S 810| I 3 



Oit 



fir 



•Si 
§ 
I 

a 



s 



!i 

ml 

£ 5 



8 



I 



69 



AMBirr. 



Bice. , BrBciAi. 
Bbbticb. 



II: 

11 



if 



i'l 



i £ 



a 3 
& i 

ill 

<■< 



91 11 



1 3 73 



Present Organization of the Compang. 



1 Chfts. H. Snmll 
9 Geo. B. KennistOQ 
SDanLaClait 



1 Albioo D. Hatriainsoa 
9 1 Lewis H. Loot 

3 Wm. T McQuestxm 

4 Wm. C. MoodT 



*|j. 



Blaiiddi 



1 Emeiy P. BkNideU 
9|ChM. A. acm|:li 

3 Stephen W. Hatdi 

4 Akmao Hidej 

5 Daniel VL VCoAs^ 

6 John McLai^gUin 
7iRolhenFew 
S.SamL L. JohMM 



Date of 
Baakor 

Apfiotel> 
Bieat. 



I ' 

Captain Topslnun lOct. 7 

IstLientBoothbay | 

2d Lietit Porclaiid lOct. 7 



25 Sergeant Bnmswick Jane 94 
do do do 
do Rorkpoit^Ms. do 
do 'BmnswidL Ang. 90 
do do Aug. 15 

I 

28 Corooral Topdiam Jane 94 
30 do I do , do 

21 do Boirdoinliam do 

23 do Top»hain Jvne 9S 

30 do Bnmtwick do 

26 do Springfield Ang. IS 

29 do Branswick Se|^ 1 
90| do I do Dec 9 



274 



ABJITTAHT-GBHSRAL'S fiKPOBT. 



B«tani of Cftpt Emery W. Sawjer, Corapuij E, FMk 
of December Ut, 1861» together with a complete reoofd of the 
twentj-fourth daj of Jjiiie, 1861. JOHN H. STEVENS, Ordcriy 



COMMIStlOHBD OFFICBBS. 

I Emery W. Sawyer, 
3 Aaron 8. DaKgett, 
3 Charles 8. Whitroaa. 

SBROEANTS. 

1 Frank L. Lemont, 

3 Norris Littleflcld, 

8 Edward M. Robtnion, 

4 Frederick llayei, Jr. 

5 John B. Bailey, 

CORPORALS. 

1 Leander Prentice, 
8 John A. Lane, 

3 Wathington Ellii, 

4 Henry L. Tibbctte, 

5 John H. Stevenf, 

6 Charlbs B. Keith, 

7 James H. Bailey, 

8 Isaac O. Jordan, 

MUSICIAHS. 

1 Samuel M. Thomas, 

3 Horace Cole. 

WAOOVBR. . 

1 B. 8. Litohfleld. 

.PRITATB8. 

1 Adley, Alonxo 

9 Allen f Osbom 

8 Atwood, Rodney B. 

4 Barker, Charles A. 
BodKOf Charles H. 

6 Blithcn, Isaac A. 

7 (^asey, John 

8 Cumniinffi, Silas R. 

9 Chase, Abraham 

10 Curpentcr, Harrison 

11 Dimngham, Bslnbridge 
19 Delano, ChaHos 0. 

13 Dresser, David D. 

14 Day, Francis 

15 Day, Jeremiah 

16 Dehnlton, Joteph T. 

17 Edwards, Collins 

18 ERtes, Henry P. 
10 FroHt, B Franklin 

90 Fosi, Almon L. 

91 French, John S. 
99 (}etchell> Albion 
9.1 (}reen, Charles B. 
94 Oay, Oeorffe 

9fi Holt, Artemas C 

96 Holland, Adelbert H. 

97 Harvey, Daniel 

98 Harmon, Edward P. 

99 Haslicll. Nathaniel 

30 Hatch, Samael O. 

31 Uiggins, James C. 



Lbbon 
Greene 
Portland 

Lewiston 

do 
Anson 
Berwick 
Anbnm 

Lewiston 

do 
Lisbon 
Wellington 
Acton 
Aabnm 
Brunswick 
Lewiston 

Dnrham 
Norway 

Lewiston 

Lisbon 

Canton 

Lisbon 

Farmington 

Leeds 

Durham 

Rumford 

Greene [T. 

Kinderhook,N. 

Concord, N.H. 

Dixfield 

Peru 

Lewiston 

Durham 

Leeds 

Durham 

Lewiston 

do 
Durham 
Lewiston 
Albion 
Farmington 
Littleton 
Farmington 
Canton 
Lewiston 
Durham 
N. Gloucester 
Lewiston 

do 
Lisbon 



Married 


Matfend, 


or 


•MO 


BlB<i«. 


a.8.6«.l 


Married Joae 34 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 




do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


i)ingle 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 




do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 



Alexaadria 

Washington 
Alexandria 



jRlyl? 



APPKRDIX D. 



276 



Volmiteen, stmtioned at Alexandria, Ya., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Companj since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

AARON 8. DAGGETT, Captain. 



FYisoiien. 
Wben 
uken. 



24 

25 

96 Jolj 91 

27 

28 

29 

30 

3li 



DecMaed, 
Wben. 



Oct 3 

Ang. 26 
Sept. 10 

Nor. 23 
Oct. 3 
Oct 3 

Oct 3 



DiKh*d. 
Wben. 



Ang. 7 
Aug. 15 



Resigned. 

Promoted to Captain, Angost 15. 

Resigned. 

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant, August 16. 

Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, August 15. 

Promoted to 4th Sergeant, November 1. 



Promoted to 1st Sergeant, September 1. 



Sept2S 



Oct 8 



OetS 



Bemarka. 



Transferred to Band. 



Not mustered in. 

Shot bj accident Buried near Centrerille. 
Promoted to Coporal, September 1 . 



Deserted, June 24. Worthless. 
" July 23. 

" June 26. « 



Promoted to dd Sei^ant, September 1. 

Deserted, July S8. Worthless. 

Not mustered in. 
Confined at New Orleans. 
Promoted to Corporal, September 1. 
Transferred to Drum Corps, November 1. 
" " " September 1. 



276 AIUOTABT^mBAL'f WBGKt. 

Retmm of QmpaHtf E, F^ Begmtrnty (^Oimtmmed,y 



33 Higg^hM, Thomis 

S3 HamUcoii, Gtorgt H. 

34 Jones, CUfum 

85 Jones, Charles B. 

86 Jones, DftTid H. 
37 Jones, Batilhis T. 
38Jofdan, Wilmot P. 
39 Kimbftll, Horace E. 
40'Keene, Warren 

41 Lothrop, Ladns L. 
4S,Littlefield, Lather 
43 Langbton, Lee W. 
44'Larrabee. William H. 
45iLibby, James M. 
46'Marph7, Henry 
47:Maale7, Lather C. 
48;Malone7, James 
49'Moore, William C. 
60;Moalton, Walter A. 
SljMoodj, Horace H. 

52 Marks, Leri 

53 Mason, Thomas H. 
54'McCore, Henry 

55 Paringtoa, James Q. 

56 Pease, Benjamin H. 

57 Robinson, Alvin 

58 Robinson, Scott W. O. 

59 ~ 
60 
61 
62 
63 



Roberts, Seth 



Randall, Isaiah 
Ross, Albion 
Sheehane, Daniel 
Stevens, Cyrenos P. 
64 'Smart, Warren D. 

65 Satherland, Daniel 

66 Small, David 

67 Tams, Geom E. 

68 Thompson, Otis 8. 

69 Verrill, John L. 

70 Waterman, Charles N. 

71 Whittinffton, Henry 

72 Ward, John F. 
78 Ward, Thomas 

74 Wedgewood, Thomas S. 

75 Yeaton, Isaac C. 

76 Kelley, Thomas H. 

77 Bryant, Preston B. 



17 

18 do 
21 CantoQ 
23 Tomer 
23:Anbani 
21 Canton 
21 Bangor 
19Lewistoa 
23I Limerick 



LewbtoB 

do 

do 

do 
Limerick 
NorridgewodL 
Anbam 
Lewiston 
Angnsta 
Lewiston 
Durham 
Lewiston 

do 

do 
Lisbon 
Vassalboro' 
Canton 
Samner 
Pent 
Lewiston 
Bowdoinham 
Lewiston 
Qreene 
Litchfield 
Durham 
Danrille 
Manchester 
Farmington 
Poland 
Durham 
Lewiston 
Topsham 
Lewiston 
Litchfield 
Farmington 
Canton 
Aubnm 



Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
ICarried 

do 
Single 

do 

do 

do 
Married 

do 
Sfaigle 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Bfarried 
Single 
Bfarried 

do 
Single 

do 

Married 

Single 

do 

do 

Married 

Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

dQ 

do 

Married 

Single 



Jnaet4 
do 

do I 

ao I 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Alexandria 



Alexandria 



Alexandria 



APPUiPiz B. 2T7 

Betum of Companp -B, Fifth RegimeiU^ (^Coniimed.^ 



A 


PnMNMIB* 
WhM 

talwB. 


DM«aMd. 

WllMU 


DlKh*d. 
Wb«n. 


lUniwlDi. 


82 






Oct. 8 






S3 












94 












35 












36 












37 








Dewrted, July 28. Worthlcar 




38 












39 










% 


40 
41 






Aug. 10 






42 








t 




43 








At home on fiirloiigh. 




44 












4b 








Promoted to 6th Sergeant, Norember 1. 




46 








Corporal, 




47 












48 












49 








Promoted to Corporal, September 1. 




50 












51 












52 








^ 




53 








Not moftered in. 




54 












55 












56 






t 






57 












58 


JoljSl 






Confined at New Orleans. 




59 








Promoted to. Corporal, NoTcmber 1. 




60 






Sept 28 






61 












62 












63 








Promoted to Corporal, NoTember I. 




64 






Aug. 26 






65 








Not mnst^ed in. 




66 












67 












68 








Deserted, July 23. Worthleti. 




69 












70 












71 












72 












73 












74 






Oct. 3 




• 


75 












76 








WorthleM. 




77 






July 9 







278 ABJUTANiyaBNBRAL'S BSPOBT. 

Seeapiitdalian of Company E^ Fifth Regiment Bifanlryj Maine Volunieers. 





PraMot it AbMBt. 


KOtod. 


Prtoao. 
•n. 


CMMMl. 


Dis- 


MTCMl. 


femd. 






Flifor 
Duty. 


Siek. 


chuivd. 


TotaL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Offloers 
Masiciani & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

3 
86 


9 


1 


2 




2 
6 
1 
9 


6 


1 
9 


6 
19 

6 
65 


Total 


55 1 9 


1 


2 




18 


6 


3 


94 



Condensed Morning Reporty December \sty 1861. 



PaSSBlTT. 



Foa DcTT. 



3 13 35 51 



BiCK. 



Is 

I 



On 
SrsciAL 

DUTT. 



il 

I J; 



Iir 
AaaatT. 



1 60 



AatsiiT. 



Bics. 



Oir 
SrsciAi. 

SSBTICB. 



1 464 





Preseni 


I Organtzation of the Company, 














Date of 




i 


vJi^ 


1 

24 


Rank. 




Bank or 

Appoint. 

nient. 


Etnaika. 


1 


Aaron S. Dag^gett 


Captain 


Greene 


Aug. 15 




9 


Frank L. Lemont 


20 1stLieot. 


Lewiston 


do 




8 


Edw. M. Robinson 


27 


2d Lient 


Anson 


do 




1 


John H. Stevens 


21 


Sergeant 


Acton 


Sept. I 




2 


Norris Litchfield 


44 


do 


Lewiston 


June 24 




3 John S. French 


21 


do 


Albion 


Sept. 1 




4 John B. Bailer 


35 


do 


Aobnm 


Nov. 1 




5 


James M. Libbej 


23 


do 


Limerick 


do 




1 


Seth Roberts 


21 


Corporal 


Fern 


Nov. I 




2 


Henry Mnrphy 


18 


do 


Norridgewock 


do 




3 


John Casey 
Chas. H. Bodge ' 


22 


do 


Romford 


do 




4 


22 


do 


Leeds 


V 




5 


Isaac A. Blithen 


24 


do 


Darham 




6!DanieI Hanrey 


18 


do 


do 


do 




7 


Wm. C Moore 


21 


do 


Angnsta 


do 




8 


Cjrenus P. Steyens 


18 


do 


Greene 


Nov. 1 





280 



ADJUTANT-aENBRAL'S EXPORT. 



Betnm of Capt Geoige P. Sherwood, Company F, Fifth Regiment Infimtry, Maine 
of December Ut, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that hm^e 
twenty-foarth day of Jnne, 1861. FRED. G. SANBORN, Orderly Seigeant. 



OOmCISfllOKBD OFV1OSR0. 

1 George P. Sherwood, 

2 Nathan Walker, 

3 George £. Atwood. 

SEROBANTS. 

1 Charles K. Sherwood, 

2 Andrew J. Lofkin, 

3 John Goldthwait, 

4 Frederick G. Sanborn, 

5 Cyras W. Brann. 

COBPORAL8. 

1 Benjamin Norton, 

2 Osgood Hildreth, 

3 Lewellyn Goodwin, 

4 Phineas B. Hammond, 

5 Thomas E. Winslow, 

6 James Ryan, 

7 Bfarstin L. Cobb,* 

8 Nathan WiUaid. 

MUSICIAXS. 

1 William H. Boardman, 

2 F. C. Kimball. 

WAQOnB. 

1 Lincoln Grorer, 

PBiyXTBS. 

1 Adams, Eben 

2 Boothby, Isaac T. 

3 Brennan, Timothy 

4 Braden, John 

6 Coombs, Charles E. 

6 Constable, William 

7 Credilbrd, Oliver 

8 Charlton, Joseph 

9 Connoly, William 

10 Cannon, Patrick 

11 Clark, Clinton G. 

12 Clanoey, James 

13 Clondman, Francis 

14 Dow, Henry A. 

15 Dresser, James L. 

16 Eaton, Alfred J. 

17 Early, Cornelias 

18 Edwards, Charies 

19 Edwards, L. H. 
'ar, Edmond 

Foller, Joseph 
Flanders, John P. 
Feeney, Thomas 
Grey, Valentine B. 
Gariand, William 
Gallison, D. G. 
Greene, Andrew J. 
Gray, James S. 
Higgins, Lawrence 
Hayes, William 
Hamilton, John 



20 Fa^ 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 Hares, 

31 



i 



Portland 

do 
Gardiner 

Eas^rt 
Lewiston 
Windsor 
Hopkinton,NH 
W. Gardiner 

Portland 
Gardiner 
Stockton 
Gardiner > 
Portland 

do 

do 
Gardiner 

Biddcford 
Portland 

Gardiner 

I^rtland 

do 

do 

do 
Aabnm 
PorUand 
Biddeford 
Lewiston 

do 
Portland 
Brunswick 
Portland 
Windham 
Portland 
Westbrook 
Bmnswick 
Portland 
Lewiston 

do 
Angnsta 
Brunswick 
Alton Bairjm 
Tannton,Mass. 
Monmonth 
Gardiner 
Paris 
Portland 

do 

do 

do 
Ktttery 



Maniad 

or 
Bincle. 

Single 


Mo«t«nd 

Into 
D.B.8er. 


Sick. 

WlMTS. 


Jnne24 


Portland 


Married 


do 




Single 


do 




do 


do 


Alexandria 


do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




ICarried 


do 




Single 


do 




Married 


do 




tlo 


do 




Single 


do 






do 




Single 


do 




Married 


do 




do 


do 




Single 


do 




do 


do 




Bfarried 


do 




do 


do 




Single 


do 




do 


do 




Married 


do 




do 


do 




Single 


do 




Married 


do 




do 


do 




Single 


do 




Married 


do 




Single 


do 


InQnaiters 




do 




Single 


do 




do 


do 




Married 


do 


Alexandria 


Single 


do 




Married 


do 




Single 


do 


InQoaitan 


do 


do 




Mairied 


do 




Single 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




Married 


do 




Single 


do 




Married 


do 




Single 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 





JoneM 



AVPWDJX D. 



281 



Yolanteera, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the seryice of the United States, on the 

LiBUT. NATHAN WALKER, Commanding. 



1 
2 
3 

1 
2 
3 

4 
5 

1 
S 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

1 
2 



10 
11 
It 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2S 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
81 



FaMMlcn* I 

Taken. I W**"* 



DiKbM. 
Wtaui. 



Sept 28 



Not. 7 
Nov.? 
Sept. 23 



Sept 4 
Aug. 10 



Jolj 30 



Not. 7 
Oct 8 

Oct 8 



Sept 4 
19 



Bemarlu, 



Wounded. Absent since Joly 21. 
Commanding Companj since Jnly 21. 



Reduced to ranks, NoTemberSO. 



Promoted to Ist Seigeant, NoTcmber 1. 

Promoted to 5th Sergeant, November SO. 
♦' 4th " " 1. 

Deserted NoTember 13. 
Reduced to ranks, November 16. 



Transferred to Regimental Bantd, June 24. 



Deserted, July 22. 

Accidental shot wound in hand. 



Unfit for any duty. 
Transferred to Band, June 24. 

Promoted tonouHSom. staff, November I. 
Deserted, July Sd. Returned, November 18. 
Fell from cars near Fall River, Mass. 
Deserted, July 24. 



Promoted Corporal, November 8. 



Deserted June 26. 



282 adjdtant-gbneral's report. 

Return of Company F, Fifth Regiment, (.Continued.) 



Nunaa. 



i 

82 Johnston, Adama 

33 Kellej, John 

34 Kellcy, Peter 

35 Kellej, Timothj 

36 Kellej, Robert 

37 Leonard, Edward 

38 Lonejr, John 

39 Lawreooe, John 

40 Logan, John 

41 McKenner, Onin 
43 Morton, Georse 

43 McFhilliney, James 

44 Malone, Elias 

45 McMiltj, Patrick 

46 Mone, Lorenio D. 

47 Merideth, R. D. 

48 Noble, George W. 

49 Norton, Benjamin A. 

50 Petds, Charles 

51 Plommer, Daniel 

52 Page, Thaddeos 

53 Patrick, Geor^ W. 

54 Pray, Leroj 

55 Perkins, Melrin A. 

56 Pollys, John 

57 Ricker,. Hiram H. 

58 ScoiBeld, James 

59 Smith, Simon G. 

60 Strong, Da%id 

61 Stewart, Albion 

62 Smith, Sylvester 

63 Tieling, Charles 

64 Taylor, Dexter 

65 Timmoncy, John 

66 Tobr, William 

67 Taylor, Charles R. 

68 Whitney, Ebenczer 

69 Woodsom, Ezra B. • 

70 Fitzsimmons, James 

71 McGee, Bernard 

72 Cnshman, Comeliiu 

73 Lock, Thomas 

74 Rearer, Peter 

75 McDonald, John 
.76 Gray, Samoel 

77 McOoYenm, Thomas 

78 Smith, James 

79 McKeniie, Robert H. 

80 Sterenson, Andrew 
Si Pride, O. S. 

82 McGnire, James 

83 Murphy. M. J. 

84 PeanK>ns, Charies H. 

85 Noyes, Charies H. 

86 Tomer, Edw. 

87 Paradise, Joseph C. 

88 Godfrey. John 

89 Rand, Woodbury 

90 May vUle, Willkn & 



W. Gardiner 
Portland 

do 

do 

do 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lewiston 
Fairtield 
Ponland 
^do 
23|^carboro' 
Portland 
Lewiston 
Portland 

do 
Lewiston 
Casco 
Portland 

do 
Pittston 
Gardiner 
Portland 
Lovell 
Auburn 
Portland 
Gardiner 
Biddeford 

do 
Gardiner 
Lewiston 

do 
Portland 
Gardiner 
Portland 

do 



Married Mustered 

or , into 
Single. !(J.S.8er.. 



Siek. 
WiMia. 



Rill 



Single 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 
Married 
Single 

do 
Married; 
Single I 
Married I 

do I 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 
Married 

do 

do 
Single 
Married 
Single 
Married! 



Cape Elisabeth Single 
W.Gardiner JMarriedi 



Portland 

do 
lewiston 
19;Portland 
se'Biddeford 
24! Gardiner 
25Portlaiid 
40,r^wi8ton 
28, Portland 
19 do 
18l do 

28 St Johns, N.B 
22 Portland 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
l30 Bangor 



I do 
Single 



Married 
'Single 

do I 
'Married 
, Single 
.Married 
j Single 

do 

do 

do 
\ do 
.^fairied. 
Single I 
Married! 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 

do 
Single 



In Camp 



Annap.Hos- 
[pital 

In Quarters 



June 24< 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do Mefid.Hm 
July 16 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Alexattdria 



APPKNDIX D. 288 

Return of Company Fj Fifth Regiment^XContinued.) 



When 



July 21 



SSjulj 21 

33 

34 

35 

86 

37 

38 

39 

40jra]7 21 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

6t 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83l 

84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
80 



WlMD. 



Ditcb'd. 
When. 



Not. 7 
Sept. 28 

July 17 

Jnly 17 
Sept 4 

Oct8 

Sept 4 

Oct 8 



RemarkB. 



Fonneriy reported dead. Confined at New Orleant. 



Worthless. 

Formerly reported dead. Confined at New Orleans. 



Transferred to Company K, Jane 24. 



Promoted Corporal, November 1. 



Formerly reported dead. Confined fX New Orleans. 
Deserted Jnly 17. 

Promoted Corporal, September 28. 



Transferred to Co. D. 



Not. 7 



Oct. 3 



Sept 26 
OctS 



Deserted Jane 26. 

Promoted to Corporal, NoTember 8. 

Promoted to Corporal, NoTember 16. 

Promoted to Corporal, NoTember 30. 



284 adjutakt^gsnbral's bbpobt. « 

XecapituloUan of Company F^ Fifth RegimtrU bifcmtry; Modm Vdunteert. 





Prawnt 9l AbMBt. 




PvIbm*. 


Oe- 


Dto. 
ehirfwL 


MTttd. 


TruM- 
femd. 




• 


fit for , ai^^ 


KUIed. 


en. 


I^CA 


Non-Corn. Officen 
Miuiciaiis k Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
11 

S 
44 


1 
1 

8 


V 


8 




4 
20 


1 

6 


1 
4 


3 
17 

3 
86 


Total 


59 ' 10 


1 


3 




24 


7 


5 


109 


C(mden$ed Mtmhing Report, December Igt, 1861. 



pBsismr. 



Fqe Ddtt. 



2 10 



ill 



46 58 



BlOK. 



Ov 
Duty. ; A«»«»T. 



Iv 



if 

o 

I 

I 



I 



62 




Present Organization of the Company. 



NamM. 



1 George P. Sherwood 

2 Nathan Walker 

3 George £. Atwood 



1 Fred. G. Sanborn 

2 Cynw W. Brann 

3 John Goldthwait 

4 Osgood Hildreth 

5 Benja. Norton 



1 Llewellyn Goodwin 

2 Albion K. Stewart 

3 Chas. H. Peanons 

4 O. S. Pride 

5 Benja. A. Norton 

6 Joseph Fnller 

7 Joseph C. PaimdiM 



Captain 
1 St Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 



Portland 

do 
Gardiner 



[N.H. 
Sergeant ;Hopkinton, 
do W. Gardiner 
do Windsor 
do Gardiner 
do Portland 



25 Corporal 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Stock ton 
Lewiston 
Portland 

do 

do 

Brunswick 
Portland 



Dauof 
Rukor 
Appoint- 



Jnne2S 
do 
do 



Not. I 

do 
Jane 94 
Not. 1 
Not. 30 



Not. 30 
Sept 28 
Not. 18 
Not. 8 
Not. 1 
Not. 8 
Not. 30 



Absent since July 21. 
Com. Co. since *' 



App.4tfi8erJuntS«. 
'( 5tk ** ** 

App.2d Cor. June M. 
» Isl « « 



286 



abjutaht-obneral's rbport. 



Betnm of Capt Henry G. Thomas, Company G, Fifth Regiment In&ntry, Maine 
of December l8t» 1861, together with a complete record of the dianges that hftTe 
twenty-third day of Jane, 1861. CHA8. A. WATERHOUSB, Ofd. Seig. 



i 


N»«. 


i 




Married 

or 
Single. 


iolo 
U.B.8«r. 


Hek. 
Wbers. 


Killed. 
Whea. 




COMMI88IONBD OFFIOSR0. 














1 


Henry G. Thomas, 


24 


Portland 


Married 


Jnne23 






s 


Geoige W. Martin, 


25 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Thomas J. Sawyer. 

8SROEJLKTB. 


84 


do 


Blamed 


do 






1 


John H. Skillings, 
Chas. A. WateriioosQ, 


22 


Saoo 


Single 


do 






S 


22 




Married 


do 






9 


Prank G. Patterson, 


22 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Benjamin B. Merrill, 


22 


N. Gloucester 


Single 


do 






5 


Albert L. Dearing. 

0ORPOBAL8. 


26 


Webster 


do 


do 






1 


Robert J McPherson, 


38 


Portland 


Blamed 


do 






S 


Charles L. White, 


31 


Chestenrille 


do 


do 






3 


Alfred H. Whitmore, 


20 


PorUand 


Single 


do 






4 


Rufos Dnran, 


22 


Gray 
Biddefoid 


do 


do 






5 


Hosea Q. Bazsell, 


20 


do 


do 






6 


Charles EL Bean, 


34 


Brownfield 


do 


do 






7 


James Brown, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Charles G. Nichols. 

MnSIOIANS. 


20 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






1 


Daniel W. Mason, 


20 


Portland 


do 


do 






S 


Larkin L. Frost 

WAOOITBK. 


44 


Denmark 


Married 


do 






1 


Stephen C. Stanford. 

PRITATB8. 


30 


Portland 


do 


do 






1 


Anthoine, John G. 


21 


Windham 


Single 


do 






2 


Anthoine, Ambrose 


19 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Adams, William J. 


24 


Biddeford 


do 


do 






4 


Allen, Georse M. 
Alexander, Jonathan 


28 


Portland 


Biarried 


do 






» 


30 


Denmark 


do 


do 






6 


Blake, James 


33 


Fall River, Ms. 


Single 


do 






7 


Brown, Rnoch M. 


19 


Brownfield 


do 


do 






8 


Brewer, Charles H. 


19 


Freeport 


do 


do 






9 


Boody, Henry F. 
Child, William H. 


21 


Westbrook 


do 


do 






10 


23 


Chesterfield 


do 


do 






11 


Chick, Charles H. 


21 


Litchfield 


do 


do 






12 


Cox, Francis 0. 


24 




do 


do 






'13 


Cobam, William H. 


27 


do 


do 


do 






14 


CoUey, James A. 
Coirell, Edgar C. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






15 


22 


do 


do 


do 






16 


Dealing, Francis 0. 


24 


Sidney 


do 


do 






17 


Devine, George 


29 


Portland 


Married 


do 






18 


Donevan, Dennis 


25 


do 


Single 


do 






19 


Drinkwater, Philip F. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






SO 


Dean, Charles H. 


24 


Bnxton 


do 


do 






81 


Fields, Horace L. • 


22 


CapeEliaabeth 


do 


do 






82 


Fraser, John 


25 


PorUand 


do 


do 






83 


Fisher, Nehemiah, W. 


28 


do 


Biarried 


do 






84 


GumeT, Thomas J. 
Gray, Melville 


18 


Freeport 
Fryebniig 
Portland 


Single 


do 






85 


18 


do 


do 






86 


Gilman, Charles H. 


38 


Biarried 


do 






27 


Hager, Martin 0. 
Hall, Charles D. 


SO 


do 


do 


do 






28 


32 


Vienna 


Single 


do 






29 


Hartman, Charles 


18 


Cape Elisabeth 


do 


do 






30 


Ham, John H. 


20 


Portland 


do 


do 






31 


Hooper, Franklin 


21 


do 


do 


do 


• 





APPENDIX O. 



287 



Vblanteen, stationed at Alexandria, Ya., expressing its condition on the raoming 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

THOMAS J. SAWYER, Captain. 



When 
taken. 



JolySl 



10 
II 
12 
13 
U 
15 
16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
'28 
29 
80, 
31 1 



July 21 



Deceased. 
When. 



Aug.— 
Oct. 13 



Oct 1 



Sept 29 
Sept 12 
Sept 12 



Not. 17 



Sept 8 



DiMh'd. 
When. 



Resigned. Appointed Captain U. S. A. 

Resigned. 

Promoted Captain, Angnst 26. 

Sick. Will not reooTer. 



Appointed 2d Lieutenant, Angnst 26. 
Sick. Will recover. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Oct 1 
Sept 9 



Renurks. 



Deserted Jnly 27. 



Sick. Willpscorer. 



Confined at Richmond. 
Deserted Jnlj 27. 



Taken while on picket dntj. 



Sept 8 Sick. Will recover. 



288 



AMUTAHV-OmBAL't SIPOBT. 



Betum of Qmpan§ G, Fiftk Btgimeni, (Camtinued.^ 



" 




^ «>--». - - 


XVTi«d 


MoatOTwi g,^ 


.KUM. 


1 


HaoM*. 


» tiniiTi. 

< 


BiS.' 


U.S. Sec ''■•^ 


WiMiU 


89 


Hiekock. Wniinm W. 


28 Portland 


Sin^e ' 


Joe 23 




33Hutl7,Sewmll & 
S4 HdUDlio. Edwin L. 


26:LuMriek 


Married 


do 






22Brownfield 


Single 


do 






85 


Qiskt, HoUk M. 


24i Boston, Bfasi. 


dT 


do 


Boston 




86 


Hiller, James B. 


25 


Portland 


do 


do 






87 


Inrio, William 


20 


do 


'do 


do 






88 


Jackson, iMac H. 


27 


Bridgton 
Pofftlaad 


Married 


do 






89 


JewelUDaTid 


21 


Single 


do 






40 


Joidan, Charles W. 


20 


do 


dS 


do 






41 


Kenniston, Jeremiah C. 


21 




do 


do 






42 


Kennedy, Edward J. 
Killen, James 


19 Portland 


do 


do 






43 


22* do 


do 


do 






44 


SiMej, Hemy C. 


JSjGray 


do 


do 






45 


Latham, Charles y. 


19 Portland 


do 


do 






46 


Learitt, Joseph 


19 


do 


do 


do 






47 


MitcheU, Alonso 


25 


Freeport 
Portland 


do 


do 






48 


McDonald, Andrew J. 


27 


Married 


do 


• 




49 


MiUer, Valoms D. 


31 


Brownfield 


do 


do 






60 


MoTM^Alphens 
McNaw, Hngh 


25 


Portland 


Single 


do 






51 


24 


do 


do 


do 






63 


Meserre, Leri P. 


2l 


Denmark 


do 


do 






63 


Noonan, Jere 


18 Bath 


do 


do 






64 


Patch, Dand R 


19,Ncwfield 


do 


do 






65 


Parsons, George B. 


18Brownfield 


do 


do 






66 


Powers, James 


19 


do 


do 


do 






67 


Robinson, Stephen 


19 


Bridgton 
Portland 


do 


do 






68 


Reardon, Michael 


21 


do 


do 






69 


Richardson, WilUam 


35 


do 


do 


do 






60 


Sargent, Lewis M. 


18 


Brown6eld 


do 


do 






61 


Sannden, Stillman H. 


22 


Falmouth 


do 


do 






62 


Sanford, Walter M. 


23lComwallis,NB 


do 


do 






63 


Sawrer, Frederic Lb 


18 


Portland 


do 


do 






64 


Shaw, John M- 


27 


do 


do 


do 






65 


Smith, James M. 


32 


Denmark 


Married 


do 






66 


Smith, Francis M. 


18 


Portland 


Single 


do 






67 


Sottle, Henry 


21 


Falmoath 


dS 


do 






68 


Tamer, Charles E. 


18 


Gray 


do 


do 






69 


Tnmand, Lrsander P. 
Webster, Charles T. 


29 


Portland 


Bfarried 


do 






70 


22 


do 


do 


do 






71 


Watson, Benjamin C. 
Wentworth, Benjamin N. 


34 


Windham 


do 


do 






72 


18 


Brownfield 


Single 


do 






73 


Welsh, William A. 8. 


18 


PorUand 


do 


do 






74 


Clait, Edward L. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






75 


Burgess, Joseph 


18 


Brownfield 


do 


do 






76 


Perkins, George H. 


23 


Denmark 


do 


do 






77 


Wallace, Elisha W. 


22 


Windham 


do 


do 






78 


Harris Album P. 


22 


Portland 


do 


Oct 10 






79 


Woodsnm, George A. 


15 


Saco 


do 


Dec. 3 






80 


Dudley, Michael 


17 


Pressbrook 


do 


do 






81 


Richardson, Hezekiah 


18 


Brewer 


do 


do 






8S 


Daris Supuel W. 


17 


Bangor 


do 


do 







APPSSDJX D* itSO 

Return of Companif O, Fifth Regiment, ( Contmued.^ 



WlMI 



S3 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

89 

40 

41 

42 

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 

7€ 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 



Wlwa. 



Septs 



July 21 



Septs 



Di«ch*d. 
Wben. 



Octl 



Oct 1 



Septs 



Bamarkt. 



DeMrted; Jn\j 27. 

Sick* Will recorer. 
DeMrted, July 27. 



DeMrted, Jaly 27. 



DeMrted, July 27. 

(c rr • 

DeMrted, Jalj 27. 

Taken while on picket duty. Confined at Richmond. 

DeMrted, Jnly 27. 

Ck>nfitied at Richmond. 
Died on his way home. 



DeMrted, Jnne 28, at New York. 
Sick. Will recover. 



Taken on picket daty, Ck>nfined at Richmond. 
Deserted, Jnly 27. 
" July 6. 

Appointed let Lieutenant, October 10. 



290 adjutant-genbbal's report. 

JtecapitulaHan of Company G, Fifth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers* 





PreMnt k. AbMnt. 




Prisoo- 
•Hi. 


Tin. 


Di«- 


w.. 


Trana. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Side 


KOIed. 


CMMd. 


cbargvd. Mrted. 


I'el^ToUl. 


CommiMioned Officers 
Non-Corn. Officers 
Mnsidans & Wagoner 
Priratet 


1 
13 

3 
48 


2 

1 




• 1 
5 


1 


2 

4 

6 


10 




5 
19 

3 
70 


Total 


65 


3 


* 


5 


1 i 12 1 10 




97 


Condensed Morning Report^ December 1^ 1861. 



Pikiiht. 



Pii» DirtY. 



SfCL 



I 



!■ 



On 

8r*ct4L 



> , u E & > 



I-f 



it 

E 1 

J 

1 a 

i s 

1 § 

i i 



1 13 47 61 2 ! i 2! I I 4] I 



it 



Sic«, 



Ok 

8rBG|J4. 



!§! 



1 

I 
II 






II 



1 681 





Present Organization of the Company, 








1 




Date of 




1 


Names. 


& R«nk. 


Raiidence. 


Rank or 

Appolnt- 

menu 


Remarks. 


1 

2 

3 


Thomas J. Saw^rer 
Albam P. Harris 
Robt. J. McPherson 


34 Captain 
22 1stLient 

38 2d Lieut. 

1 


Portland 
do 
do 


Aug, 26 
Oct. 10 
Aug. 10 




1 
2 
3 

4 
5 


Chas. A. Waterhonse 
Frank G. Patterson 
Bonja. B. Merrill 
Albert L. Dearine 
Charles D. Hall 


22 Sergeant 
22 do 
22 do 
26 i do 
32 1 do 


Portland 

do 

do 
Webster 
Vienna 


Oct. 12 
do 
do 
do 
do 




1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 


Chas. H. Bean 
James Brown 
Charles H. Dean 
Ambrose Anthoine 
Edw. J. Kenney 
Qeo. B. Parsons 
Wm.W. Hickock 
John Eraser 


34 Corporal 
24 do 
24 do 
19: do 
19 do 
18 do 
28 do 
25, do 
1 


Brownfield 

do 
Buxton 
Windham 
Portland 
Conway, N.H. 
Boston 
Portland 


Oct. IS 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 





292 



ADJUTANT-aBNBRAL'B BBPOBT. 



Batnni of Capt Edw. A. Scammon, Companj H, fifth BegimeBt 'Ubntrj, ] 
of December ltt» 1861, together with a complete reooid of the chaqges that hm^ 
twenty-foarth day of Jme, 1861. JOHN A. A. PACKARD, Oiderij 8eig*t 



6 


Names. 


i 




lUiriad 
or 


Mnstorml 
Into 


0iek. 


KHlod. 


J, 


OOMXI88IOKBD OPFICBRS. 


_< 




Single. 


U.8.8er. 


Wh&n, 


Whmm. 
















Edward A. Scammon, 


36 


PorUand 


Harried 


June 24 








Ambroie 8. Dyer, 


28 


YarmonUi 


do 


do 








Samuel Maoson. 

BBROBAHTS. 


26 


Portland 


Single 


do 








George £. Brown, 


24 


do 


do 


do 








Bichaid E. Shannon, 


22 


do 


do 


do 








Alonio P. Stinson, 


19 


do 




do 




July 91 




Orin L. Grant, 


28 


Yarmouth 


Harried 


do 






John A. A. Packaid. 


26 


WesU>nx>k 


Single 


do 








CORPORALS. 
















William W. Tme, 


28 


Yarmontii 


BCarried 


do 








Crawford Dann, 


36 


Portland 


do. 


do 








Cbaries E. Hnbbaid 


23 


Hiram 


Single 


do 








James Crowlej, 


20 Portland 


Married 


do 


sH 






William K. AoBtin, 


23 Windham 


Single 


do 






AretM E. Pratt, 


21 Falmonth 


Harried 


do 






James G. Sanborn, 


23 Portland 


Single 


do 






George H. B. Howe, 

X08IOIAK8. 


20 do 


dS 


do 








Robert B. Kendall, 


27 Brideton 


do 


do 








Geoige W. Briggg, 

WAOONBR. 


27 


Halifax 


Married 


do 








Daniel BCajberry. 

PRiyATBS. 


45 


PorUand 


Married 


do 








Abbott, Richanl 


20 


do 


Single 


do 








Adams, Joseph 


37 Westbrook 


Married 


do 








Atwood, James M. 


21,Livermore 


Single 


do 


In Camp 






Barbee, E. J. 


23 Cape Elizabeth 


do 


do 






Blake, Daniel 


20 8aoo 


do 


do 








Bloefield, Simon 


23 Portland 


Married 


do 








Backnell, Cbaries H. 


37 Harrison 


Single 


do 








Conlin, James 


20 PortUnd 


dS 


do 








Gary, Martin 




do 


do 








Chase, Thomas R. 


23Pownal 


do 


-do 








Dow, James G. 


is! Hiram 


do 


do 








Dow, Charles H. 


21 i Yarmouth 


do 


do 








Dnnoing, A. K. P. 


371 do 


Married 


do 


In Camp 






Eastman, J. W. 


32 PorUand 


do 


do 








Emmons, Frederick A. 


26,We&tbrt)ok 


Single 


do 








Evans, James, Jr. 


22 Hiram 




do 








Freeman, Edw. 


18, Portland 


do 


do 








Gonld, Anthony B. 


21 Ik. Gloucester 


do 


do 








Grant, Albion 


28 Bangor 


Married 


do 






20 


Grant, John W. 


28| Yarmouth 


Single 


do 






21 


Grant, Wyatt W. 
Hannafbrd, Joseph S. 


18 Bangor 
20 Portland 


do 


do 






22 


do 


do 






23 


Hayes, Thomas 


30 Cape Elizabeth 


do 


do 






24 


Horan, Peter 


19 PorUand 


do 


do 






25 


Harach, G. A. 


24 do 


do 


do 






26 
27 


Holmes, George 
Jones, Frederick 


19 Bridgton 
19,Bath 


do 
do 


do 
do 






28 


Kelley, John 


20 PorUand 


do 


do 






29 


Kendall, Joseph F. 


IS'Bridgton 
23|PorUand 


do 


do 






30 


Lawrence, Thomas B. 
Mfoier, Thomas 


do 


do 






81 


19 


CalaU 


do 


do 







APPBKDIZ D. 



298 



Voloiiteen, ttatfoaed at Ataandiia, Va., exprMsing ita eoBdition on the aaoniing 
ttken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

GEOBGE £. BROWN, Captaia 



1! 


When 
Taken. 


DWMMd. 

When. 


DtochM. 
Wlien. 


Bemarks. 


1 




Sept. 22 




Pfometed to Major, Sept. 25. 
Transferred to Regnlar Army, Aug. 84. 




3 

5 








Promated to Captain, Oct. 3. 
Promoted to 1st Lieatenant, Oct 8. 
At Ball Ben. 
Promoted to Sd Sergeant, Oct 3. 




8 






Not. 14 


« 3d " " 
Arm shot off at Ball Bun. 
Promoted to 4th Seigeant, Oct 8. 

" 5th " " 
Reduced to ranks Oct. 3. 
Appointed Teamster, Sept 4. 
Promoted let Corporal, Oct. 8. 
Reduced to ranks, Oct. 3. 






July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 
Promoted 2d Corporal, Oct 3. 




^ 






Sept 4 












Not. 19 


Deserted Jaly 88. 

Transferred to field music, Jane 84. 

M « f< 








Sept 17 


Oct.l 


























Promoted to 4th Corporal, Oct 3. 
Transferred to field music. 




16 






Octl 


Tnmsferrsd to band. 




22 
23 

24 
25 


Not. 19 

July 21 




Oct. 1 
Octl 


Confined at Riehttood. 




26 
27 
28 


Not. IS 










29 
30 
81 






• 


Promoted 5th Corporal, Oct 8. 


# 



294 



ADJUTANT-aSNBRAL'S KBPORT. 



Return of Company H, Fifth Regifnent, CCarUinued.^ 



l 


Ntmee. 


i 

_5 


Portland 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muftered 

into 
U.B.Ber. 

Jnne24 


Sick. 

WlMW. 


KUIed. 
Wbea. 


32 


Mnlloj, Daniel 


40 


Single 


In Camp 




83 


Newell, LindaU B. 


27 


do 


do 


do 






34 


Prideham, J. H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






85 


Parker, James M. 


18 


Baldwin 


do 


do 






36 


Pettingtll, Orrin F. 


19 


Portland 


do 


do 






37 


Robinson, William H. 


30 


Cape Elizabeth 


Married 


do 






38 


Sastroff, Charles H. 


20 


Portland 


Single 


do 






89 


Shaddock, Geoi^ge K. 


35 


Limerick 


Married 


do 






40 


Starbiid, Lorenao W. 


19 


Eddington 


Single 


do 






41 


Stevens, Orrin B. 


30 


Westbrook 


dS 


do 


In Camp 




4S 


Stinson, Harvey M. 


18 


Anbam 


do 


do 






43 


Stniigiss, Geoi^ B. 


22 


Portland 


do 


do 






44 


SewaU, Edwin J. 


21 


Eastport 
Portland 


do 


do 






45 


Tappan, George W. 
Tajlor, James H. 


41 


Married 


do 






46 


18 


Cape Elizabeth 
Otufield 


Single 


do 






47 


Thurston, David W. 


21 


dS 


do 






48 


Tinker, Georee H. 
Towle, Daniel H. 


21 


Fremont 


do 


do 






49 


21 


Portland 


do 


do 






50 


Tracy, William 


21 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 




51 


True, Charles H. 


19 


Yaimonth 


do 


do 






5S 


Twombly, Rofns P. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






53 


Tyler, Jacob E. 


21 


Portland 


do 


do 






BA 


Tindall, Charies 


20 


Kennebnnkp'i 


do 


do 


In Camp 




55 


Tme, George F. 


27 


Exeter 


do 


do 






56 


White, Henry W. 
Woodbnrr, Edward H. 
Wither, Alvah 


25 


Portland 


Married 


do 






57 


29 


do 


Single 


do 






58 


18 


Madison 


do 


do 


Hospital 




59 


Adams, Daniel D. 


19 


Anson 


do 








60 


Maxham, George M. 


25 


Waterville 


do 


do 






61 


Grant, William 


20 


Bangor 


do 


do 






62 


Hayes, James 


19 


Cape Elisabeth 


do 


do 






63 


Mason, James S. 


45 


Married 


do 






64 


Gardners, William 


21 


Stottville 


Single 


do 






65 


Barrett, Charles D. 


32 


Portland 


do 


do 






66 


Fowler, Royall 


20 


Cape Elizabeth 


do 


t" 






67 


Richardson, Darins 


20 


Cornish 


do 


In Camp 




68 


Pcnley, Joseph M. 


19 


Danville 


do 


do 






69 


Benner, John, 


18 


Lewiston 


do 


do 






70 


Brenney, Martin 


19 


Portland 


do 


do 






71 


Jordan, John W. 


21 


Cape Elisabeth 


do 


do 


InCuBp 




72 


Shillings, Otis H. 
BtrkneTl, George W. 


21 


Portland 


do 


do 






73 


23 


Westbrook 


Married 


do 






74 


Pratt, Horace 


26 


New Vineyard 


do 


do 






75 


Smith, Anemstns 


20 


N. Gloncester 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




76 


Shannon. James H. 


20 


Biddefonl 


dS 


do 






77 


Femald, James H. 


25 


Saco 


do 


do 






78 


Ryan William H. 


18 Boston 


do 


Jnly4 






79 


Cross, Joseph 


19 


Dover 


do 


do 






80 


Mnrphy, Dennis 


18 


Biddeford 


do 








81 
82 


Hanter, Sidney 
Miller, Fkederick 


17 
19 


Eastport 
Machias 


do 
do 




Newrecmit 


s,ana 
doty* 


83 


Conlin, John 


18 


Lewiston 


do 




not yet on 


84 Fowler, Charies 


18 


Cape Elisabeth 


do 








85 Merchant, WtUiam H. 


25 


N. Gloncester 


do 


July 4 


. 




86 Cobb. Kdw. L. 


33 


Westbrook 


do 


d^ 


Hospital 




87 


Bnnker, Charles E. 


26 


Jackson 


do 


do 







APPBin)IX D. 



296 



Return of Company Hj Fifth Regiment^ ( Continued,^ 



Priaonen. 
When 



JolySl 



3S 
83 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 

53 

53 

54 

55 

56 July 21 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

it 

63 
64 
65 
66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

7t 

78 

74 Jaly 21 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87' 



DeceaMd. 
When. 



Not. 19 



Not. 12 



Not. 12 
Not. 23 



Di«eh*d. 
WImh. 



Oct. 1 
Oct 1 



Not. 22 
Sept. 4 

Oct. 1 



Octl 



Sept. 4 



RamtrkAi 



Promoted 7tb Corpornl, Oct. 3. 
Confined at Richmond. 



Promoted 6th Corporal, Oct. 3. 



Promoted 3d Corporal, Oct 3. 
Deserted July 22. 



Confined at Richmond. 



In camp. Charges preferred. 



Transferred to band, Sept. 1. 



In camp. Charts preferred, Sept. 17. 
Promoted 8th Corporal, Oct 3. 

Promoted 2d Lieutenant, Oct. S. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Transferred to hand. 
(( « <( 

In camp. Charges preferred. 

H l< « 



296 



ABJUTAHT-OBBrnUL'S KEPOBT. 



Beecqntulaiian of Chmpamjf ff, Fifth Regiment h^bmbry^ Maine VobaUeert. 





Piwent k. AhMBt. 


KOled. 


PrimH 
•n. 


De- 
ceand. 


TMa i rW. 








Fit for 
Itaty. 


Sick. 


efaafgad. Mmed.ift(»d. ^**^ 

1 


Commissioned Offioere 

Musicians k Wagoner 
PriTates 


8 
10 

I 
29 


8 
8 
7 


1 


5 


1 
I 


1 
I 
12 8 


1 
7 


6 
19 

ft 
7t 


Total 


43 


13 


1 


5 


2 


14 > 8 I 6 


lot 



Condensed Morvdng Report^ December \gtj 1861. 









FitEii 


ITT* 










Fom Uptt. 


atG«. 


On 
Dttt. 


In 

AltllS«T, 




if 

it 

Mi 




£ 

1 

1 

1 


1' 


i 

1 

S 


C 


J 



M 


^ 1 

fl 


,1 


3 10 30 


43 




3 B 


11 




' & 


1 ■ 


G 


«s 



AfeiAirT. 



flicm- 



i 

it, 

ill I 

It £ 

'Ml 






O 
1, 

o 

I 

E 

I 



<£ 



I 

< 
llTOj 





Pre$ent 


Organization of the Company, 














Date of 




.d 


Names. 


& 


Bttk. 


ywidaarm 


Ranker 
AppniM. 


BeuflaL 












menu 




I 


Oeorse E. Brown 


24 


Captain 


Portland 




• 


2 Ricliaid C. Shannon 


22 


Istldent 


do 






8 


Geoi^ W. BickneU 


23 


2d Lieut 


Weatbrook 






1 


John A. A. Packard 


26 


Senreant 


Westtirook 






2 Orrin L. Grant 


28 do Yarmonth 






8 WUliam W. Tree 


28 do 


do 






4 Charies £. Hnbbard 


23 do 


Hinun 






5 


James E. Crowlej 


40 


do 


Portiud 






1 


James G. Sanborn 


1 
23 Corporal 


Portland 






2 Geoiige W. Briggs 


27 


ao 


Halifax 






8 George H. Tucker 
4 Charies H. Dow 


21 


do 


Fremont 






21 


do 


Yannoatfa 






6 Thomas E. Lawrence 


23! do 


Portland 






6 Geofge W Tappan 


41 1 do 


do i 






7 Orrin W. Sterens 


30, do 


Westfirook 






8 


John W. Jordan 

1 


21 


do 


CElinbetli 







20 



298 



ABJFtAllT-OBfKRAL'S BBPOBT. 



BeKurn of Otpt Claik 8. Edwaidf , Compftnj I, ilftfa B«gim«ft Infiwtiy, : 
of December I at, 1861, together with » complete record of the cbengce that hsTC 
twentj-fourth day of Jane, 1861. SIMEON W. SANBOBN, Ord. Sergeant. 



1 


NUMO. 


1 


Hssidsaca. 


Minted 

or 


MmtMod 

into 
U.S.8OT. 


Siek. 
Wb«a. 


WkM. 




COMMiaaiONBD OrFlOJBBS. 
















Clark S. Edwaidf, 


87 


Bethel 




JnneS4 








John B. Walker, 


27 


do 


Single 


do 








Cyrua M. WormeU. 

8BROBAHTS. 


84 


do 


Biarried 


do 








Daniel W. Scribner, 


25 


do 


Single 


do 








Simeon W. Sanborn, 


29 


do 


do 


do 








Sulliran R. Hatchingi, 


27 


do 


Married 


do 








Washincton F. Brown, 
Joseph B. Hammond. 


30 


do 


Single 


do 








36 


do 


Married 


do 








CORPOSAL8. 
















Peter G. Knapp, 


21 


Byron 


Single 


do 








James M. Evans, 


28 


Bethel 


do 


do 








Levi W. Dolloff, 


27 


do 


Biarried 


do 


Alexandria 






Anger J. Mitchell, 


37 


Mexico 


do 


do 








Lot D. Wiley, 


26 


Gorham, N. H. 


do 


do 


Ca'p Hoap. 






Thomas S. Peabody, 


20 


Bethel 


Single 


do 








Angustns J. Orenier, 


26 


Portland 


do 


do 








David A. Edwards. 
MuaiGiAirs. 


29 


Bethel 


Biarried 


do 








Stephen Bnrbank, 


44 


Gorham, N.H. 


do 


do 








Charles Freeman. 

WAOONKR. 


14 


Bethel 


Sins^ 


do 


Ca'p Hoap. 






Waionghby R. York. 

PRIYATSa. 


25 


do 


Married 


do 








Adams, Thomas 


20 


Stoneham 


Single 


do 








Adams, Charles 


19 


Wilton 


do 


do 








Abbot, John T. 


19 


Newbnrg 


do 


do 








Ayer, James C. 


28 


Bethel 


Married 


do 








Andrews, David £. 


20 


Andover 


Single 


do 








Bean, Franklin 


30 


Rnmfoid 


do 


do 








Bean, John E. 


18 


Bethel 


do 


do 








Beard, Lewis C. 


18 


do 


do 


do 








Bent, John A. 


20 


GUead 


do 


do 








Bennetf, Joseph 


18 


Naples 


do 


do 








Besse, Caleb, Jr., ♦ 


44 


Woodstock 


Married 


do 








Bowden, James H. 


27 


Mason 


Single 


do 








Bryant, John F. 


36 


Bethel 


Married 


do 








Brown, Orin S. 


20 


do 


Single 


do 








Brackett, Joel W. 


28 


Greenwood 


Married 


do 








Boyd, James 


44 


Bridgton 


Single 


do 








Bean, Andrew J. 


32 


Albany 


Married 


do 








Chase, Horace K. 


30 


Ramford 


Single 


do 








Cook, Dnstin A. 


21 


Bethel 


do 


do 








Cross, Sidney T. 


24 


do 


do 


do 








Dnnbam, Charles 


19 


Mason 


do 


do 








Ellingwood, Asa F. 


31 


Paris 


Married 


do 


Ca'pHoap. 






Estes,Jo8iah 


34 


Hamlin Grant 


do 


do 








F^tes, Isaac W. 


23 


Bethel 


do 


do 






IS 


Fessenden, Geom W. 
Foye, George WT 


26 


Portland 


do 


do 






sc 


29 


Turner 


do 


do 






17 


Hamlin. Joshua G. 


29 


Sweden 


Single 


do 






t8' Heath, Clements. 


39 


Bethel 


Married 


do 






991 Howe, Geoiige 


le 


1 Greenwood 


Single 


do 






30 Horn, Charles H. 


U 


1 Milan, N. H. 


do 








81 


Jackson, Aaron F. 


21 


Bethel 


do 


do 







ASTKXDtS. D. 



296 



Yolmiteefs, itatioiitd ftt Alexandria, Ya., expresriiig its oonditioii on the morning 
I place in tlie Company f ince it entered the serrioe of the United States, on the 

CLARK S. EDWARDS, Captain* 



Wten 



JbIjSI 



When. 



Sept 51 



Aug. 3 
Sept. S7 



DiMh'd. 

WlMtt. 



Deserted Ang. 3. Arrested and reduced to ranks. Hot. 
Promoted to Ut Sergeant, Ang. 1. {SS. 

Promoted to 9d Sergeant, Ang. 1. 



Deserted Jnne 97 from Portland. 
Promoted to 5th Sergeant, Oct. 1. 
" 3d " Ang. 3. 



Ang. 3 



Not. 20 



Oct. 3 



Jul/ 8 



Not. U 



Ang. 3 
Jnl7 4 



Bwnuks. 



Released from Richmond nnoonditionally, KoT. 13. 



Drummer. 

Detailed for Washington Hospital. 

Promoted to 8th Corporal, Oct 1. 



Promoted to 6th Corporal, Aug. 1. 



Deserted July S7 from Alexandria. ^ 



«00 



adjutaht^shxral's bbpobt. 



Return of Company /, Fifth Regiment , CConHnuedJ) 



8S Jordan, Asft D. 

83 Kellej, James 

84 Littlehflll, Stitlmftn H. 

85 Lnf kin, Samaei E. 

86 Maxwell, Thomas T. 
37 Martin, Jerry 

88 Biartin, Rojall T. 

89 Morse, George A. 

40 Morion, Charles F. 

41 Morgan, Jacob N. V. 

42 Parker, Atonzo F. 

43 Peabodj, T. Spencer 

44 Perrr, Albert K. 

45 Pentej, Rofos C. 

46 Penlej, Ephraim C. 

47 Pratt, Lowell W. 

48 poor, Lorenzo D. 

49 Rolf, Henry A. J. 

50 Rossell, Lorenao D. 

51 Rice, Nelson 

52 Ricker, George W. 

53 Ridlon, Esra, Jr., 

54 Rnndlett, Gardner F. 

55 Robertson, Washington B. 

56 Sawyer, Bethial S. 

57 Sawyer. Joseph C. 

58 Sbacktejr, John 

59 Small, George £. 

60 Smith, John H. F. 

61 Thompson, Josiah 

62 Towie, Levi N. 

63 Vaillanconrt, Henry 

64 Walker, Milo C. 

65 Whitman, Alanson M. 

66 Whiitemore. Enoch, Jr., 

67 Mclnnin, Hagh 

68 ThttHow, Cynw T. 

69 Wentworth, Chas. M. 

70 Harper, William R. 

71 Swan, Fesscnden 

72 liawrenoe. Gyms R. 

73 Lapham, Richmond M. 

74 Glidden, John E.- W. 

75 Goodenow, Lafayetta G. 

76 Grant, Daniel 

77 Howe, Rbbeft 

78 Pingree, Wra. H. 

79 Twitchell, Adelbert B. 
SO Cross, Umc C. 
8l>Wormell,John 

89' Freeman, Benjamin. 



i 




mamea 

or 
Bioglvi 


iulo 
(7.8. 8w. 


Biek. i 
When. 


Kilkd. 
Wkaa. 


80 


Norway 


Single 


June 24 






35 


LewistoQ 


Married 


do 


* 




33 


Riley Planta'n 


Single 


do 






26 


Rnmford 


do 


do 






20 


Sweden 


do 


do 






21 


Rnmford 


do 


do 






18 


Greenwood 


do 


do 






22 


Andorer 


do 


do 






23 


Greenwood 


do 


do 






20 


do 


do 


do 






22 


Baldwin 


do 


do 






20 


Bethel 


do 


do 






18 


Paris 


do 


do 






21 


Norway 


do 


do 






24 


do 


do 


do 






30 


Bethel 


do 


do 






22 


Brownfield 


Married 


do 






19 


do 


Single 


do 






24 


Bethel 


do 


do 






28 


do 


do 


do 






26 


Woodstock 


do 


do 






33 


do 


do 


do 






21 


Mexico 


do 


do 






33 


Bethel 


do 


do 






28 


Ncwry 


Married 


do 






22 


Raymond 


do 


do 






43 


Canion 


Singly 


do 






21 


Rumford 


do 


.do 






26 


Portland 


Married 


do 






28 


Lewiston 


Single 


do 






20 


PortUnd 


do 


do 






19 


Bethel 


do 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 






20 


Woodstock 


do 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 






18 


Andorer 


do 


do 


Ca'p Hoep. 




35 


Woodstock 


Married 


do 






18 


JackM>n, N. H 


Single 


do 






18 


Knroford 


do 


do 






18 


Woodstock 


Married 








26 


Snmner 


Single 


do 






22 


Rnmford 


do 


do 






20 


Ncwry 


do 


^0 






18 


do 


do 


do 






20 


Greenwood 


do 


do 






21 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Albany 
Bethel 


do 


do 






24 


do 


do 






19 


Norway 


do 


do 






18 


Bethel 


do 


do 






43 


do 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



801 



Return of Company /, Fijlh Regiment^ ( Continued.^ 



EPn««oen. 
Wkra 
TakMk 



32 
S3 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
4S 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 

55Jal7 21 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62Jalr21 

6S 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 



WbM, 



Sept 4 

JqIj 
July 



DitchM. 
Wbeii. 



Deserted Jaly 27 at Alezandiuu 
See Corporal. 



Decs 



Sept 4 
Oct. 3 
Sept. 27 



Sept 27 



Ramuki. 



Con6ned at Richmond. 

Promoted to 4th Seigeaoty Ang. 10. 



Confined at Bicfamond. 

Promoted to 7th Corpond, Oct 1. 
Promoted to 4th Corporal, Ang. 3. 

Not I 



Jnl7 

Oct 3 
•Aug. 3 



Appointed Qnartermaster June 12, and transferred to 

[5th Battery, Maine. 
Transferred from Ca C. 
Appointed Com. Seigeanty June 12. 



802 ADJFTAirr-GBNBRAL's BXPOBT. 

Reeapihdation of Oampany I^ Fifih Regiment Lifantry^ Maine Vokmteen. 





PlWMlCatAbMBt. 


KlUed. 


en. 


D- 


W.1. 


De. Tme. 
wtfod. Cnnd. 






Fit far 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased, cbaiged. 


TeUL 


Non-Com. Officen 
MosicyuM 4 Wagoner 
PriTaiM 


3 

11 

8 

5S 


1 
8 




S 


1 


SO 


1 i 

t 

♦ 1 » 


8 
17 

8 
8S 


Total 


69 


5 




s 


1 S9 


6 1 1 


105 



Oondenaed Morning Report, December \ity 1861. 



PBBSSin. 



Fob Dvtt. 



s ^ 



8icm. 



I'll 

Jli 



45 57) 



ll 5 



Ok I 



\n 



K 6 

"6 



•8, 
Si 

11 



I 

81° 



Aetsirr. 



BiCB. 



Ok 

BtSCIAl. 
8UIVICB. 



II II 



SI 

I? 1 



J ill I III sits I II: 



l.£ 



|! 



2 4 



i 170| I 1 



I 1 27S' 



Pretewt Organizaiion of the Company. 



Dale of 
Baakor 
Appotof- 



a«rk 8. Edwards 
John B. Walker 
Cjnis M. Wonnell 

Simeon W. Sanborn 
Washington F. Bro#n 
Leri W. DoUoff 
Bethoel 8. Sawyer 
James H. Eraas 



1 J. Aognstine Grenier 
2|AndrewJ. Bean 
8 DsTid A. Edwards 
4!C7nis ThoHow 
5 Lot D. Wiley 
6j Thomas S. Peabodr 
7 Enoch Whitmore, Jr. 
8.Joha F. Bryant 



37 Captain Bethel 

S7 1stLieat' do 

S4,Sd Liettt.| do 

29'Sergeant Bethel 

30 do I do 

27 

28 

28 



do Gorham,K£. 

do iNewry 

do IGorhanifKA 



26,Corpora] Portland 



33; do 

29' do 

86; do 

26 do 

20. do 

23; do 

86i do 



Woodstock 

Gorham,N^ 

Bethel 

Woodstock 

Bethel 



May 4 

do 

do 

Ane. 1 

do 
Ang. 3 
Aug. 10 
Oet. 1 

Jnne 24 
Ang.l 
Jnne 24 
Ang. 3 
Jane 24 

do 
Oct.1 

do 



804 



ADJUTANT-OBNinUUi'S BBPOBT. 



Beturn of Capt William A. Tobie, Companj K, Fifth R^ment Infimtiy, Ifaine 
of December Ist, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that haro 
twentj-fourth day of Jane, 1861. ANDREW S. LYON, Orderlj Sergeant 



1 


GOMMI88IONBD OFFIOBBS. 


i 


BfiiMtnft 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mosteied 

into 
U.8.8er. 


Side. 

WlMTO. 


Killed. 
When. 


















William A. Tobie, 


50 


Poland 


Married 


June 14 








Hamlin T. Bncknam, 


SO 


Minot 


Single 


do 




• 




Barbank Spilier. 


15 


Raymond 


dS 


do 








8BROBANT8. 










1 


, 




Charle« K. Packard, 


21 


Hebron 


do 


do 








Andrew S. Lyon, 
Smith G. Ba ley, 


12 


New Gloaces'r 


do 


do 








27 


Poland 


Married 


do 








John J. Bragdon, 


11 


do 


Single 


do 








John T. Mason. 

CORPORAL8. 


21 


Lewiston 


dl 


do 








Talbot G. Stewart, 


21 


Casco 


do 


do 








Comfort M. Perkins, 


23 


Minot 


do 


do 








John McLellan, • 


21 


Casco 


do 


do 








Charles E. Harris 


20 


Poland 


do 


do 








Simon L. Johnson, 


21 


Bnckfield 


do 


do 








George W. Pratt, 


22 


Hebron 


do 


do 








George E. French, 
EllisRipley. 


26 


Anbnm 


Married 


do 








24 


Pern 


Single 


do 


• 






MU8ICIAK8. 
















John W. Thompson, 
George 0. Hayford, 


18 


Hartfoid 


do 


do 








18 


Canton 


do 


do 








WAOOIfBR. 
















WiUiam T. MarshaU. 

PRIYATEa. 


38 


Hebron 


Married 


do 








Adams, Francis F. 


22 


Raymond 


do 


do 








Adams, William B. 


18 


Raymond 


Single 


do 








Andrew, Charles 


25 


Minot 


do 


do 








Bailey, Richard 


32 


do 


do 


do 








Barrows, Stephen M. 


22 


Hebron 


do 


do 








Bancroft. John F. 


21 


Poland 


do 


do 








Brown, Fernando, 


19 


Buckaeld 


do 


do 




. 




Bryant, Aria 


17 


do 


do 


do 








BumpQS, Horatio 


25 


Hebron 


do 


do 








Bompus, Charios A. 


32 


do 


Married 


do 








Campbell, Charles M. 


21 


Minot 


Single 


do 








Cash, Hiram M. 


25 


Raymond 


do 


do 








Chase, Dndley 


38 


Minot 


BCarried 


do 








Danham, Edmnnd M. 


21 


Paris 


Single 


do 








Dore, Charles 


24 


Minot 


do 


do 








Durgin, George A. , 


20 


Poland 


do 


do 








Duran, Samuel D. S. 


26 


Raymond 


do 


do 








Dwinel, Augnatos A. 
Edmunds, Joseph Q. 


20 


Minot 


do 


do 








27 


Anbnm 


Married 


do 






10 


Estes, Silas 


27 


Poland 


Single 


do 






tl 


Fardy, John 


40 


Lewiston 


Married 


do 






12 


Farrar, Daniel W. 


21 


Bnckfield 


Single 


do 






13 




26 


Lewiston 


do 


do 






14 


Frost, William 


21 


Peru 


do 


do 






15 


Frost, Charles, Jr. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






16 


Goodwin, Ezra M. 


25 


Minot 


do 


do 






17 


Grant, William H. 


85 


Poland 


Married 


do 






18 


Hackett, Edwin A. 


19 


Oxford 


Single 


do 






19 


Hackett, William 


44 


Strong 


do 


do 






30 


Harmon, Joseph P, 


18 


Harrison 


do 


do 






11 


Harris, Tristam T. 


22 


Poland 


do 


do 







APTEXMX D. 



805 



Yolonteen, •Udoned ftt Alexandria, Va., exprcMing its coBditton on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

LzBUT. BURBANK SPILLER, Commanding. 



1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 



WbM 
Takes. 



July SI 
JnlySl 



8 

*9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
IS 
16 
17 
18 
19 
» 
SI 

SSJolySl 
13 
24 
25 

26Jii1t8I 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 



When. 



When. 



Sept SO 



Sept 4 



Not. 17 



Jnlye 
Octl 



Sept 4 



Octl 
Octl 



Rwaarki. 



ProBoted to Captain, Sept 83. 
" Ist Lieut, " 

" 2d Lieut " 
•* Ist Sergeant, " 
" 2d ** " 

Deserted July 2d. 

Appointed drummer, Sept 4. 
Promoted to 4th Sei^ant, Sept 88. 

" 1st Cororal " 

« 2d " " 

4€ 3jJ (I « 

5ih " 
Transfened to hand, Jnne 24. 



Appointed fifer, Jnne 84. 

Supposed to bo at Richmond. 
« t* it 

Appointed 6th Corporal, Sept S3. 



Appointed 8th Corporal, Sept 88. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Confined at Richmond. 
Deserted July 88. 



806 



ADJUTAmvaiiNBRAL'S BSPO&T. 



Return of Company JT, Fifth Regiment j (Ckmiinued.^ 



82 
33 
34 
35 

86 
87 
38 
89 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
67 
68 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
78 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 



Namat. 



Harris, Delmon 
Hackett, Edward A. 
Haskell, S. Frank 
Hodgkios, George A. 
Holt, Otis C. 
Hines, Albert TV. 
Heany, Barney 
Hatchingson, Almond H. 
Hatcbingson, Samael H. 
ilutchingson, Henry H. 
Libby, Silas C. 
Lanibard, John C. 
Keene, Josiah F. 
Matherson, Dan 
McKenney, Charles P. 
McDonald, Donald 
McLellan, William 
Morrill, George P. 
Meserve, John 
Niles, Beniah, Jr. 
Packard, Moses F. 
Parker, Alanson 
Phillips, Marshall 8. 
Piper, Silas D. 
Perkins, H. G. O. 
Pratt, Orrin Q 
Pratt, Sewall W. 
Richardson, Charles A. 
Robinson, Levi S. 
Ryerson, Charles H. 
Sampson, Colby 
Shaw, Frank J. 
Spiller, Jeshan S. 
Spiller, Joseph 
St. Clair, Alason W. 
Stone, James M. 
Sampson, Daniel W. 
Tnindy, George H. 
Tabbs, William A. 
Verrill, Horace A. 
Walker, Alfred B. 
Weston, Henry C. 
Whittemore, A. J. 
Wood, Davis B. 
Toong, James £. 
Maloon, Elias 
Campbell, William A. 
Cashman Augastns 
Dwinal, Harrison J. 
Dwinal, Wellington H. 
French, John 
Jordan, Levi F. 
Small, Levi 
Stevens, George B. 
Thompson, James W. 
Whitman, Geoige G. 



i 8 Minot 
19, Oxford 
22,Poland 

19 do 
19jPerti 
18Tomer 
44.Lewistoa 

20 Minot 
25 
24 
20 
27 
18 
22 
88 
22 
18 
24 
18 
34 
18 
18 
88 
18 
23 
26 
28 
21 
23 
21 
22 
20 
23 
20 
19 
21 
23 
26 
20 
19 
20 
23 
24 
21 
23 
27 
18 
19 
18 
25 
18 
25 
25 
21 
25 



do 

do 
Poland 
Oxford 
Raymond 
Lewiston 
Minot 
Lewiston 
Casco 
Hebron 
Casco 
Aubam 
Bnckfield 
Phillips 
Anbnm 
Madison 
Oxford 
Hebron 
Oxford 
Minot 
Raymond 
Snmner 
Peru 
Backfield 
Casco 
Raymond 
Poland 
Otisfield 
Peru 
Minot 
Hebron 
Poland 
Peru 
Minot 

Wilson's Mills 
Oxford 
Byron 
Lewiston 
Minot 
Naples 
Minot 

do 

Turner 

Poland 

Raymond 

Hebron 

S. Portland 

Hebron 



Married 




or 


into 


Sliifla. 


U.8.8er. 


Single 


Nov. 9 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


Nov. 22 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


MaHed 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



In Camp 



July 17 



APPENDIX P. 807 

Return of Company JT, Fifth Regiment^ (^Continued.) 



<S WIMD 

as' takra. 



S2 

33 

34 Jalj 21 

35 

36 

37 

33 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

5S 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 Julj 21 

76 

77 

78 

80| 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 



WImh. 

r- 



DiMhM. 
Wli*ii. 



Sept 9 

Oct 1 
Not. 12 



Ramarkt. 



Confined at Richmond. 

Deserted Jaly 23. Presence not wanted. 
Appointed 7th Corporal^ Sept 23. 

Accidentally shot himself^ 



Oct 1 



Decl 



Confined at Richmond. 
Transfecred from Co. F., June 24. 



808 ADJUTANT-GEKBaAL'S BBPOBT. 

BeeapUulaHcn of Camptmy K^ Fifth Regiment Infcadry Maine Vohtnteen. 





PfMent k, AliMiiL 


en. 


De- 
ceaeed. 


Die. 
charged. 


De- 

eerted. 


Trane- 
fened. 






Pit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


Total. 


CommiBsioned Officers 
Kon-Com. Officers 
Masicians k Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
64 




1 


6 




1 

2 

10 


1 
1 


1 


4 
14 

5 
8S 


Total 


82 


1 1 


6 




13 


3 


1 


106 


Chndmied Morning Beport^ December Itt, 1861. 













FaxsBivT. 


















AessRT. 












Oh 








Oh 




•Foe Dutt. 


Sick. 


SrsciAL 

DOTT. 


Iir 
AauuT. 




BlCK. 


SractAi. 
SaaTicB. 




< 




i 






e 








i 






i 






1 






i 




1 

■ 

s 


1 


1 

1 


< 


8 & 


£ 


a 

< 


t 


j 

i 


s 
5 

£ 


o 


1 

8 

1 

1 


1 

£ 


i 

1 

• 

< 


;l 




1 

£ 


S 

s 

§ 


o 

1 

2 


1 


1 

< 

1 


s 

• 

1 

8 

< 


2 


12 


56 


70 




5 


5 




1 


6 








82 


i 






1 






1 


83 



Present OrgcmizaJtion of the Company. 



Namea. 



Hamlin T. Bncknam 
Bnrbank Spiller 
Charles K. Packard 

Andrew S. Lion 
Smith G. Bailey 
John J. Braedon 
Comfort M. rerkins 
John McLellan 

Charles B. Harris 
Simon L. Johnson 
Oeoiige W. Pratt 
George £. French 
Ellis Ripley 
Horatio Bnrapns 
Henrj H. Hutchingson 
Joseph Q. Edmonds 

William B. Adams 
Talbot G. Staart 



I 

30 
25 
21 

22 2 

27 

21 

23 

21 

20 < 

21 

22 

26 

24 

25 

24 

27 

18] 
21 J 







Date uf 




Bank. 




Rank or 

Appoint. 

ment. 


R«aMik& 


Captain 


Minot 


Sept. 23 Recruiting in MAiae. 


1 St Lieot. Raymond 


do 


Commanding Co. 


2d Lient.: Hebron 


do 




Seiigeant 
do 


N. Gloucester 
Poland 


^^ 




do 


do 


do 




do 


Minot 


do 




do 


Casco 


do 




Corporal Poland 


Sept 23 
do 




do Bnckfield 




do 


Hebron 


do 




do 


Aabam 


do 




do 


Pern 


do 




do 


Hebron 


do 




do 


Minot 


do 




do 


Anbom 


do 




Fifer 


Raymond 


Jane 24 




Dmm'r 


Casco 


Sept. 4 





APPENDIX D* 



809 



FBKSEirr ORQAinZATION OF SIBLD AND STAFF. 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 



h™. 


Bank. 


BMMsnoa. 


Sate of Bank. 


N.J.Jaek8on 


Colonel 


Lewiston 


Sept 2,1861 


WUlum 8. Heath 


Lieatenanfe-Colonel 


Waterville 


Sept S4, 1661 


Edvwd A. ScamnnAii 


Major 

Adjutant 


Portland 


do 


Georige W, Gniffkm 


do 


Sept S,1861 


Stephen H. Manning 


Qaartermaster 


Lewiston 


do 


Geor^ E. Brickett 




China 


Aug. 21,1861 


Francis G. Warren 


Assistant Sargeon 


Biddeford 


June 21, 1861 


John N. Adams 


Chaplain 


Portland 


June 1,1861 


Bmith G. Bailey 


Sergeant-Major 


Poland 




William B. FendenoB 


Qr. Master Seigeant 


Biddeford 




James L. Dresser 


Comm is.-Sergean t 


Portland 




Wm. E. Rigj^ 


Hospital Steward 


do 





•910 



AXPBNPIX D. 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 



Rebtm of original Field and Staff Offieen of Sixth ReffimeiU Infantry, Maine FWimtoers* 
showing changes which have taken place by promotion, resignation, or oCherwiee, since em- 
taring service of the United States to December 1, 1861. 



Hemes. 




Data of Appoint* 
menu 


Ranadn. 


Abner Knowles 


Colonel Bangor 


Juljl2,1861 


Resigned. 


Hiram Bamham 


Lieut.-Colonel Chcrryf Id 


Julj 1,1861 


Promoted to ColoneL 


Chu. H. Chandler 


Lient.-Colonel Foxcroft 




Prom, from Captain 


Frank Pierce 


Major iBucksport 




[Co. A. 


John D. McFarland 


Adjutant Ellsworth 






Isaac Strickland 


Quartermaster Bangor - 


July 15,1861 


Resigned. 


Addison P. Buck 


Quartermaster Foxcroft 






Engene F. Sawyer 


Surgeon |Bangor 


June 24, 1861 




John Baker 


Assu-Surgeon jE.Machias 


June 28, 1861 


ResigDed. 


Geo. W. Martin 


As8t.-Surgeon ' Houlton 


Oct. 12, 1861 




Zenas Thompson 


Chaplain Portland 


July 15, 1861 





REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 


Bank. 


RasidMiCA. 


DatoofMiMlvr 
iiiloU.e.8erir. 


Hemarkfc 


Henry S. Morey 


Leader 


Bangor 


July 15, 1861 




Fred. W. Libby 


Musician 


Rockland 


do 




James E. West 


do 


Machias 


do 




Wm. E. Bowker 


do 


do 


do 




Benj. F. Barker 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 


• 


Geo. W. Campbell 


do 


Machias 


do 




Jared Crane 


do 


do 


do 




John M. Peck 


do 


ElUworth 


do 


Transfened from Co. B. 


Edmund Bonney 


do 


do 


do 




Chas. H. Pillsbury 


do 


Bucksport 


do 


Txmnsfeired from Co. S. 


Chas H. Clark 


do 


Machias 


do 




Frank Exkom 


do 


Portland 


do 




Fredrick Brackett 


do 


Calais 


do 


Transferred from Co. D. 


W. Henry Bowker 


do 


Machias 


do 


Transfened from Co. C. 


RufuB L. Wilder 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Winslow Brackett 


do 


Calais 


do 




Joseph W. Longfellow 


do 


Machias 


do 


Transfened hmi Co. C. 


Orrin G. Davis 


do j 


Corinth 


do 




William H. Callender 


do 


Boston 


do 


Transferred from Co. H. 


Zeha W. BurriU 


do 


Bucksport 


do 


Transferred from Co. £. 


John E. Sherman 


do 1 


do 


do 


do 


Geo. Weldon 


do 


Portland 


Oct. 24, 1861 




Daniel G. Meader 


do 


BUsworth 


July 15, 1861 


Transfened from Co. B. 



iFPBNDIX P. 



811 



Betnni of Capt Motes W. Brown, Compftiiy A, Sixth Begiment InfiiDtrr, Maine 
Volanteen, expressing its -condition on the morning of December let, 1861 to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Companj since it 
entered the senrice of the United States, on the fifteenth dar of July 1861 

. C. H. CHANDLER, Captain. 



Ni 



COVMI88*D OPFIGSBfl. 

Moses W- Brown, 
Charles H. Chandler, 
Addison P. Back. 

SKKGBAirTS. 

Sewall C. Gray, 
George W. Emerson, 
Walter G. Morrill, 
Ljman EL Wilkins, 
£dward J. Jewett. 

COBPORALS. 

Bdward L. Emery, 
Charles A. Clark, 
Lnther G. Rogers, 
Olirer Brown, 
Isaac Morrill, 
James £. Holmes 
Orrington L. Baker, 
• Chaiies B. Hard. 

MU8ICIAK8. 

John C. Washbam, 
Lewis 8. Colcont 

WAOONBR. 

Geoige W. Sayward. 

PRITATBS. 

Ayer, Sewall P. 
Atwood, Charles B. 
Ames, Francis W. 
Bates, John B., Jr. 
Berry, Lonmns 
Boker, George W. 
Blood, Wm. H. 
Besser, Wellington 
Barrett, Lincoln W. 
Blanchard, Newton 
Bragdon, Aaron 
Bradley, Alonso 
Brsgg, Albert L. 
BrsdUiy, Alphonzo 
Berry, Charles H. 
Chamberlain, Otis C. 
Cashing, Wainwright 
Codioran, Chancy N. 
Crockett, Seth B. 
Carieton, Angnstos B. 
Dooglass, John £. 
Daggett, Franklin H. 
Douglass, Elbridse T. 
Dawes, George W. 
Edes, Charles £. 
Fox, Owen 
Fox, Edmund B. 
Farrington, Henry P. 
Fickett, Stillman 
Gould, Isaiah & 



42 Brownville 
39 Foxcroft 
25 do 

22jExeter 
21,BrownTille 
20;wmiamsbnrg 
27 Brown ville 
2dSangenriUe 

27'Foxcrofk 
20 SangervtUe 

22 Lincoln 
35 Foxcroft 
38,Brownville 
30 Foxcroft 
23;Milo 

23 Dover 



Rc«ld«Qce. 



GnilfcSrd 
Dover 

Thomdike 



Atkinson 

Kendnskeag 

Dover 

do 
Brownville 
Bowdoin 
Sebec 
Foxcroft 
Dover 
Foxcroft 
Dover 
do 
do 
do 
Brownfield 

ISjFoxcroft 

181 Sebec 

21jDover 

l8GniIfoid 

80 Dover 

26{ do 

23 'Foxcroft 

21 Dover 

20 Foxcroft 

25{ do 

19 Dover 

21 1 do 

24 Foxcroft 

22;Cherryfield 

21BrownviUe 



^i 


Mtt«tr*d 


■ r 


Into 


S3 


U.8.S»r. 


M 


Jnlyl5 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 




8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 



Remark*. 



Resigned. 
Promoted to Captain. 

" Qnanei^master. 

Promoted to Ist Lieut 

Promoted to Ist Senreaat. 
3d « 
4th ** 

Promoted to 5th Sergeant 
Trans, to Qr.*mr's. Department 
Promoted to Corporal. 
Discharged. Disability. 
Promoted to 2d Lieut. 

2d Corporal 



3d 
4th 



Deserted. 



Discharged. Disability. 
Not mustered in. 



Promoted to 6th Corporal. 



812 



ADJIITAllT-aXNXBAL's REPOBT. 



Eetum of Company Ay 8izth Regiment y ( Continued.') 



Gerry, Caleb B. 
Qetchell, Elbridge W. 
Greenleaf, William A. 
Galnsha, Amasa 
Harris, Benjamin 
Hntchinson, Fred. R 
Hayes, Albert 
Hussey, Reaben 
Howard, Bbeneser 
Hobbs, Horace S. 
Kelley, Emick 
Larrabee, John E. 
Lanrell, Harrison 
Larrabee, Loring H. 
Libby, Charles L. 
Lovell, William H. 
Lebroke, Hiram F. 
Lee, Chancey C 
Mansfield, Joseph D. 
Morrill, Elbridge C. 
Macomber, Ichabod 
Prescott, Edward P. 
Pratt, Fernando G. 
Plammcr, Fred. E. 
Ricker, Henry, Jr. 
Robinson, Alex. M-, Jr. 
Rockwell, Thomas J. 
Robinson, Andrew J. 
Bmiih, Ami M. 
Titcomb, Charges C. 
Wetherbee, Timothy 
White, Henry K. 
Whittemore, Charles H 
Gould, William A. 
Grcensa, Edwin 
Faror, Anger vine J. 
Severance, Frank 
Severance, Daniel 
Richards, Edward A. 
Springfield, George H. 
Sewall, William G. 
Davis, Ozro W. 
Prescott, Frank 
Fogg, John I. 
Morrill, Shepard 
Fogg, John E. 
Wing, Ira P. 
Bayley, Levi 
Crockett, Elbridge T. 
Banker, Lewis A. 
Carver, Everett 
Smith, Gcoiige M. 
Holden, George F. 



Dover 

Sebec 

Abbot 

Sangerville 

Brownvilie 

Dover 

do 

do 
Brownvilie 
Milo 
Orono 
Parkman 
Dover 

do 

do 

do 
Foxcroft 

do 

do 
Sebec 
Foxcroft 
Williamsburg 
Foxcroft 

do 
Dover 

do 

do 

do 
Parkmaa 
Garland 
Orono 
Sangerville 
Dover 
Brownvilie 
tlolden 
Dover 
Bangor 

do 

do 
N. Y. City 
Foxcroft 
Bangor 
Willtamsborg 
Bangor 
Brownvilie 

do 
Barnard 
Milo 
Gnilford 
Barnard 
Milo 
Brownvilie 



83 Baogor 



^i 


Mu0tr*dl 


jjf Into 1 


XB 


U.aS6r. 


M 


JnlylS 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


4o 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 




s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 




8 


do 


s 


Aug 27 


s 

8 


V 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 




M 


do 


8 


Aog.S? 



Deceased. 



Promoted to Coiponl. 



Not mustered in. 



Not mastered in. 



Promoted to Coiponl. 



Promoted to Corponl. 
Not mustered ia. 



APPENDIX D. 318 

ReeapitukUian of Company A^ Sixth Regiment Infantry ^ Maine Volunteers. 





Piwent & AbMDC. 




PriMQ. 
•n. 


D*. 


Dia- 


De- 
aortad. 








Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


KIU«d. 


chaifwl. 


TMbI. 


CommissioDed Officers 
Non-Gooi. Officers 
MasiciAns & Wagoner 
Prirates 


1 
10 

8 
75 


I 
1 






I 


1 

1 

I 


1 


1 
1 

5 


8 
IS 

3 
83 


Total 


88 2 


1 


1 


3 


1 


7 


108 



Condensed Morning Reperi^ December I sty 1861. 




Present Organization of the Company, 



rC. H. Chandler 
2;Sewell C. Gray 
aiaaac Morrill 

ijwalter G. Morrill 
8 QeoT^ge W. Emerson 
SlLjman H. Wilkiiis 
4 Edward J. Jewett 
SlEdwmrd L. Emery 

1 Lather G. Rogers 
SjJames E. Holmes 
SjOrringtoa L. Baker 
4'Charles E. Hord 
SjLewis A. Banker 
6>Charie8 E. Edes 
7 Ira P. Wing 
S,Honiee 8. Hohbf 



140 Captain 
82 Ist Lieut 
38, 2d Ideat. 

20 Sergeant 
81 1 'do 
271 do 
23 do 
27 do 



28 
31 
23 
83 
21 
25 
19 
24 
21 



Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Foxcroft 

Exeter 

Brownville 

Williamshni^ 
Brownyille 

do 
SangenriUe 
Foxcroft 

Lincoln 

Foxcroft 

Milo 

Dover 

Barnard 

Foxcroft 

Barnard 

Milo 



Date of 
Ranker 
Appoint- 
ment. 



Sept 19 

do 

Sept. 19 
May 20 
Sept. 19 

do 

Sept 19 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



lUmarki. 



814 



abjutant-gsneral's report. 



Betom of CapC Isaac Fnizier, Company B, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Tolon- 
tecn, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, rogether with 
a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered the 
service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of Jnlv, 1861. 

ISAAC FRAZIER, Captain. 
I = - — 



«.»-. 


< 




COMM ISS'd OFFXCBBB. 






Isaac Frawer, 


52 


Ellsworth 


Otis W. Kent, 


45 


do 


John D. McFarland. 


40 


Hancock 


BBBOBANTB. 






Milton Frazier, 


21 


Ellsworth 


Albert M. Murch, 


28 


do 


Daniel 6. Meader, 


25 


do 


George £. Thomas, 


22 


do 


AngustQK T. Somerby. 


22 


do 


CORPOBAI^. 






John D Rppes, 
Edward R. Heath, 


24 
22 


do 
Hancock 


John C. Honey, 


23 


Amherst 


ApoUos Hnnt, 
Albert L. Jones, 


36 


Ellsworth 


21 


Holden 


Jophanees M. Whithec, 


26 


Hancock 


Jonathan K. Philipa, 


24 


Dedham 


Solomon Keliher. 


25 


Ellsworth 


1IU8IGIAMB. 






John Malone, 


22 


do 


John M. Peck. 


28 


do 


WAOONBB. 






David Chirk. 


85 


do 


PBITATB8. 






Bngbee, Charles W. 


21 


do 


Bowden, Geoive W. 
Baker, Gyms, Jr., 


20 


do 


28 


do 


Bennett, John W. 


19 


do 


Broderick, Benj. S. 


23 


Amherst 


Barley, Roscoe £. 


19 


Ellsworth 


Boynton, Sylvanos S. 


25 


do 


Bowker, Jotham 


32 


do 


Cousins, Lorenzo D. 


20 


do 


Cook, Edward B. 


22 


do 


Christy, John H. 


19 


do 


Chick, Thomas W. 


19 


Milford 


Carrigan, Thomas 


19 


do 


Day, Atherton 


37 


Ellsworth 


Dow, Alvin A. 


19 


Hancock 


Eldridge, Martin V. 


21 


Newbnrg 
Ellsworth 


Fields, Dorphis L. 


18 


Freeman, Joseph 


18 


Orono 


Fields, Alexander E. 


24 


ElUworth 


Foster, Banlett 


19 


Chcrryfield 


Goodwin, Oliver H. 


21 


Ellsworth 


Gray, Benjamin F. 


32 


do 


Gates, John 


22 


do 


Getchell, Joseph T. 


34 


do 




24 


do 


George, Hermon S. 


21 


Holden 


Goodwin, Charles R. 


19 


Mariaville 


Hntchins, Geo. H. 


29 


Monmouth 


Hines, Jesse 


24 


Ellsworth 


Hamilton, Wm. 


23 


do 



6i. 



Julyisl 
do Resigned Nov. 5. 
do Promoted to Adjutant. 



Mutitr*d| 

liilo 
U.S.Ser.' 



Remarlu. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 



Appointed 2d Lieutenant. 

1st 
Transferred to band. 
Sick in quarters. 



do [Appointed Sergeant. 



Ist •' 
Appointed Sergeant. 



Dischai^ed for disability. 



Sick in quarters. 



M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 



Side in quarters. 



APPI1I9IZ P. 



315 



Return of Company S, Sixth Regiment^ (^Continued,) 



Hewes, Rufoa W. 24 

Hall, Naham H., Jr., 19 

Harrington, Weslej 46 

Hainman, George S. 38 

Jewell, Joseph K. 25 

Joj, Joseph A. 19 

Jack, Samuel VL 21 

Ljrman, Theodore J. 19 

Libbj, Edwin S. 25 

Lynch, BartleU 26 

Maddocka, BilUns 25 

Mosclj, John W. 26 

Moore, Pamel B. 23 

Mareon, Oakman W. 21 

March, Cttus L. 18 

Mitchell, beorge B. 18 

Morang, Danid H. 21 

Milliken, Blbridge M. 19 

M'Kean, James H. 22 

Moore, Isaac F. 20 

Maddocks, Samnd 18 

Middocka, Edwin P. 28 

Nickcrson, Charles 19 

O'Brien, Thomas 24 

Potter, Allen A. 30 

Phillipi, Edmund B 21 

Feakes, Geo. F. 21 

Boyall, Chas. G. 19 

Rorall, Benj. B. 22 

Roberts, Albion K P. 22 

Sweener, Wm. H. 25 

Smith, Reuben 27 

Smith, Joseph 21 

Samner, Peter G. 21 

SylTester, Evander W. 22 

Scribner, Beojamin P. 18 

Tmeworthy, Aag, J, 21 
Thompson, Bainb'ge D. 23 

Tmeworthy, Calvin A. 21 

Tsyior, Roscoe G. 22 

Thompson, Wm. D. 22 

Whittaker, John D. 23 

Wesr, David A. 19 

Wade, Turner 41 





fei 


Muwtr'd 




i% 


into 




8 


U.S.8er. 


Ellsworth 


Jnlyl5 


do 


S 


do 


Parkman 


M 


do 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 


do 


S 


do 


Bangor 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


Exeter 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


do 


M 


do 


do 


M 


do 


Windsor 


S 


do 


Ellsworth 


8 


do 


do 


S 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Hancock 


8 


do 


EUsworth 


8 


do 


Mariaville 


8 


do 


Ellsworth 


8 


do 


Hancock 


M 


do 


Holdeu 


8 


do 


Ellsworth 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Dexter 


8 


do 


Dedham 


8 


do 


EUsworth 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Bradford 


8 


do 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 


do 


S 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Amherst 


8 


do 


Edinborongh 


8 


do 


Bangor 
Dedham 


8 
8 


do 
do 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Amherst 


8 


do 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 


Franklin 


M 


do 


Ellsworth 


8 


do 


Bangor 


M 


do 



B«marks. 



Appointed Corporal. 
Sick in quarters. 



Sick in quarters. 

Deceased Not. 25. 
Sick in quarters. 



Sick in quarters. 



316 



adjutanisobnbral'b report. 



Secaptttdation of (hmpany B, Sixth JRegiment Infantry, Maine Volunteerg, 





PreMDt ^ Abtent. 


KillMl. 


PriaoB- 
on. 


eaated. 


Difl- 
chargML 


nrtad. 


Tnas- 
femd. 






Fit for 
Duty* 


Sick. 


Total. 


Noii-Ck>in. Officers 
Mnsicians & Wagoner 
Priratea 


S 
9 
2 

58 


2 

8 






1 


1 
2 




1 
1 
2 
6 


4 
12 

4 
75 


T<^ 


71 


10 






I 


3 




10 


95 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 



PmBSBHT. 



Foa DoTT. 



58 71 



Sick. 



Oif 
SraciAL 

DUTT. 



ii: 



2 8 10| 



Iv 
Abbbst. 



&i 



Absbkt. 



BlCB. 



Ov 
BraciAi. 
Sbbticb. 



ft 

11 



. Hi 
III 

ri8~7 



Present Organization of the Company, 













Date of 




i 


NanMB. 


1 


Rank. 


Bnaidnnrah 


Rank or 

AppoiDt. 

nient. 


E-aaiia. 


1 


Isaac Frazier 


52 


Captahi 
IstXient 


Ellsworth 


April 29 


Co. organ. Dec 13. 


2 


Albert M. March 


28 


do 


Dec. 3 




3 


Milton Frazier 


21 


2d lient. 


do 


do 




1 


John C. Honey 


23 


Seii^nt 


Amherst 


Ang.24 




2 


Qeoree E. Thomas 


22 


do 


Ellsworth 


April 29 




3 


Edward K. Heath 


22 


do 


Hancock 


Jnly 15 




4 


John D. Eppes 


24 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




5 


Albert L. Jones 


21 


do . 


Holden 


Dec 11 




1 


Jophanees M. Whithee 


26 


Corporal 


Hancock 


April 29 




2 


Jonathan K. Phillips 


24 


do 


Dedham 


'T' 




3 


Qeorge F. Peakes 


21 


do 


do . 




4 


Reuben Smith 


27 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




5 


Rufas W. Hewes 


24 


do 


Amherst 


Aug. 24 




6 


Charles 6. Royal 


19 


do 


Ellsworth 


Ang.2 




7 


Benjamin S. Broderick 


23 


do 


Amherst 


Dec 3 




8 


OliTer H. Goodwin 


21 


do 


EUsworth 


do 





APPWSJ>IX D. 



S17 



ReCtim of Capt. Benjamin F. Harris, Compaoj C, Sixth Re^ment Infiwtr^r, Maine 
Tolnnteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that hare taken place in the C!ompan j since it 
entered the seryice of the United States, on the fifteenth day of July, 1861. 

BENJAMIN F. HARRIS, Captain. 



OOMICISS'O OFFICBXB. 

Benjamin F. Harris, 
John H. Ballinger, 
Charles F. Stone. 

8SSOBAHT8. 

Frederick A. HUl, 
BayleB A. Campbell, 
William H. West, 
John L. Pierce, 
William H. McCabe. 

COKPOKAL8. 

Albion H. Campbell, 
B. Frank Campbell, 
Benj. R. J. Thaxter, 
John C. Pierce, 
James N. Dwellj, 
Henrf T. McDonald, 
Theodore, Hill, Jr. 
Thomas Comiff. 

XU810TAN8. 

Henry H. Bowles, 
Edwin Morrill. 

WAGOKXR. 

John McCabe. 

FKITATXa. 

Allen, William 
Allen, George H. 
Bndbanr, James T. 
Barrr, Westbrook 
Bowker, W. Henry 
Balcfa, Horatio G. 
Brjant, Samael 0. 
Burke, John 
Brennan, James 
Black, James 
Blackman, William R. 
Bererlr, Famham 
Chandler, Hersey B. 
Crocker, Francis B. 
Crane, James £. 
Cillcy, George S. 
Crowley, James 
Clark, 8. Bnmham 
Dawson, William 
Drew, Abram J. 
Dagnin, Patrick 
Dow, Andrew J. 
Elderiin, William A. 
Elliot, Harrison W. 
Edgecomb, Gilbert 
Foss, James A. 
Foss, George A. 
Fenlason, Stillman M. 
Faalkner, John 
FoUansbee, James A. 



I 



Mi»htaf 

do 
do 

do 

Pembroke 
Machias 

do 

do 

Bowdoin 
Machias 

do 
£. Machias 

do 
Machias 
E. Machias 
Machias 

Colombia 
Portland 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Lubec 
20 Machias 
S4 Woodstock 
2i;Chen7field 
23 Whiting 
20 E. Machias 



do 
Jonesport 
Machias 
do 
do 
do 
Pembroke 
Whitneyville 
24 Marshfield 
19;Tre8cott 
28,E. Machias 
22 Machias 



22 


do 


25 


do 


19 


do 


27 


do 


25 


do 


26 


do 


SO 


do 



6i Mu«tr*d 
ii U.&Ser. 


BMnwii. 




M 


JnlylS 






M 


do 






M 


do 


Recmiting in Maine. 




M 


do 






S 


do 






8 


do 






S 


do 






s 


do 






8 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




8 


do 






S 


do 


Sick in camp. 




8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 


\ 




8 


do 






8 








M 


do 


Sick in camp. 




M 


do 






M 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






M 


do 


Transferred to band. 




8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 


Sick in camp. 




8 


do 






8 


do . 






M 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






M 


do 


Sick in camp. 




8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






8 


do 






M 


do 






8 
8 
8 


do 
do 

do 


Sick in camp. 








8 


do 






M 


do 






8 


do 




% 


8 


do 






8 


do 







818 



ADJDTANT-OBNBIUL'8 REPORT. 



Return of Company C, Sixth Regiment^ (^Continued,) 



Names. 



Fenlfuon, John 
Getchcll, Henry 
Had ley, Charles A. 
Hadlej, Stephen 
Hughes, William B. 
Hoar, John W. 
Harmon, Layfayette 
Hennessay, Jeremiah 
Hill, Stephen 
Hey ward, Eben S. 
Hathaway, James E. 
Hitchings, Ellis T. 
Haghes, Chirk P. 
Hurlbart, David 
Longfellow, Benj. F. 
Leigh ton, Henry H. 
Leighton, George H. 
Longfellow, Joseph W, 
L^on, James N. 
Libby, James S. 
Lon^ellow, Horatio N. 
McCabe, Raymond 
McKenzie, Gheorge W. 
Mc Connell, John 
Malhem, John 
Maynard, Magloire 
Merritt, William C. 
May, Thomas 
Millay, David 
Perry, George W. 
Perry, John 
Page, William 
Perkins, Charles W. 
Patten, WilUiam C 
Schoppee, William H. 
Story, Robert 
St jennan, Joseph 
Spenser. Daniel McG. 
Stiles, William K. 
Sargent, Henry C. 
Tinney, Pcgrgin R. 
Thaxter, Marshall 
Thompson Ira M. 
Tracy, John 
Triffet, George W. 
Wilder. Caleb B. 
Wilder, Rufus L. 
Weeks, John 



S9j Alexander 
21.Mar8hfield 
33 do 



■| 



do 
Machias 

do 

do 
Whitneyville 
Whiting 
Wesley 
Machias 
_ Cooper 
22 'Machias 
28 Whitneyville 
Machias 

do 
Ellsworth 
Machias 
Edmonds 
Cape Elizab. 
Machias 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Marshfield 

do 
Bo!*ton 
E. Machias 
Machias 

do 
Dennysville 
Wesley 
Cherrjrfield 
Machias 

do 
Marshfield 
Stockton 
24 1 Columbia 
18; Machias 
25 1 Columbia 
20 ! Machias 
23 Joncsboro' 



E. Machias 

Wesley 

Machias 

do f N. B 
St. Davids, 



Muttr'd 
Into 

U^.8«r. 

Jnlylft 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sick in camp. 
Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 
Dischai^ for disability. 



Transferred to band. 

Sick in camp. 
Discharged for disability. 

Dischaiiged for disability. 



Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 



Killed at Havre de Grace, Hd. 



APPXEIDIX D. 



819 



Hecapitulatian ofCompcmy Cy Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 





PraMDtltAIWDt 




Pr(«nn- 


n. 


Di»- 
cbarged. 


De- 
Mrted. 








Fit for 
Duty. 


Bick. 


Killed. 


en. ceaaad. 

1 


ferred. 


TouL 


Commissioned Officers 
Kon-Com. Officers 
Mnaiciflas & Wagoner 


3 
11 

2 
59 


1 

1 

11 


1 




1 


4 




a 


8 
12 

3 
79 


Total 1 75' 


13 


1 


1 


4 




3 


97 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 






Present i 


Trganiza 


iion of the Company 








1 




Date of 




,f 


NtniM. 


1 lUnk. 




Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remuk» 


A 




^1 




ment. 




llBenj. F.Harris 


29 Captain 


Machias 


ApriF29 




S-John H. BalliDger 


30 Ist Lient. 


do 


do 




3 


Charles F. Stone 


27 2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Fred. A. Hill 


28 Sergeant 


Machias 


JnlrlS 




2 


Bayles A. Campbed 


23 do 


Pembroke 




3 


Wm. H. West 


21 do 


Machias 


do 




4! John L. Pierce 


21 do 


do 


do 




5- Wm. H. McCabe 


23 do 

1 


- do 


do 




I 


B. Frank. Campbell 


24 Corporal 


Machias 


'V 




SiBenja. R. J. Thaxter 


27 do 


do 




3 John C. Pierce 


23, do 


E. Machias 


do 




4pJames N. Dw«)ly 


34 do 


do 


do 




SlHenrr T. McDonald 


21 do 


Machias 


do 




6iTbeodore Hill, Jr. 


23 


do 


S. Machias 


do 




7 


iThomas Comiff 


27 


do 


Machias 


do 





820 



ABJirrAHT-GBRKRAL'8 BSPOBT. 



Betnrn of Capi Joel A. Hajcock, Company D, Sixth R^mcnt Uhatry, Mane 
Volanteen, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, IMI, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company siaee A 
entered the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of Jnly, IMl. 

JOEL A. HAYCOCK, Captahk 



COMM 188'd OFFICBBS. 

Joel A. Hajcock, 
Benel W. Forlong, 
Henry H. Watte. 
•ssoBAirTa. 
Levi L. L. Bassford, 
George W. McLain, 
Benjamin F. Waite, Jr. 
Edward Willinms, 
Gewge P. Blaochard. 

CORPOEALa. 

William Lambe, 
Henry Balcomb, 
Hagh McEver, 
William Oower, 
William Sherman, 
Warren Fnuer, 
John O. Dow. 

MDSICIAirS. 

Frederi<^ Brackett, 
John Nichols. 

WAOOHER. 

Arehibald Blacklock. 

PB1VATB8. 

Andenon, Snmner 
Brown, Leander L, 
Bancher, Michael 
Bacon, James M. 
Bams, Barney 
Brown, John 
Behan, Andrew 
Bailer, Ezra 
Concha, James 
Clark, Daniel 
Coy, William W, 
Claybome, Richard 
Chamberlain, John 
Carpenter, Henry 
Crafts, John 
Condon, Midiael 
Chamberlain, James 
Colton, Wm. P. 
Cochran, Wm. H. 
Ellsworth, Joseph 
Fogg, Hugh M. 
Farrell, Thomas 
Gower, Enoch 
Gnnt, Daniel 
Hansoii, Aaron 
Hunter, Albert 
Jameson, John 
Learitt, Leander 
McCarty, Patrick 
HcLaUy, John 
McDonald, Wm. 



Calais 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
Princeton 
Calais 

do 

do 

do 

do 



42;, do 

l9.Robbinston 
19 Calais 
29| do 
27! do 

25iN.Adam8,Ms. 
19 Cape Ann 
21, Calais 
22 1 Baring 
25 Calais 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
_. Alexander 

24 St Stephens, 
25, Calais [N.B. 
25! do 

23 Baring 

21 Alexander 
1 9, Calais 

25 Princeton 
18; do 
19'Westbrook 
20StStephensN. 
25 Princeton [B. 

22 Calais 

23 do 
do 

StJohn,N.B. 
Calais 



6*1 


Miutr'd 


*tn 


hito 


u 

S 

s 


UAfler. 


JnlTiS 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 



Rccmiting in Blaiae. 



Bednced to ranks. 
it « 

Sick in camp. 
Transferred to band. 
Bedaced to ranks. 

Promoted to CorporaL 

Detached. 
Deserted Jnly 16. 
Sick in camp. 

Transferred to Moll's battery. 
Deserted Jnly 16. 

Promoted to CorpoimL 

Deserted July 16. 

Detached. 

Sick in camp. 
Sick in camp. 

Sick in camp. 
Dtschaiged. Disability. 



Dischaiged. Disability. 



APPENDIX D. 



821 



Return of Company D, Sixth Regiment j ( Continued.) 



1 


< 




Mc^fann, Wm. 


32 


Calais 


Moore, Junes 


25 


do 


MAboney, Thomas 
Monn, Lot 


20 


do 


25 


Princeton 


McCnrdy, James 


20 


do 


McLellan. Geom W. 
Morton, Henry Q. 


19 
22 


BaileyviUe 
Lee * 


M'Clellan, Edgar 


25 


Calais 


McKay, Thomas 


23 


Hali&x,N.S. 


Moore«, WiUiam 


18 


Milton 


Mclndre, Paferick 


19 


do [Y. 


Middleton, Frank 


19 


Syracuse, N. 


McKeagan, Angus 


22 


Calais 


Moees, William 


22 


do 


Pardne, James 


24 


do • 


P^, Michael 


26 


St John,N.B. 


Kickett, Ebenezer 


26 


Calais 


Robinson, Joieph 


19 


do 


Boss, Thomas 


27 


New York 


Roach, Alexander 


30 


Calais 


Smith, Alonso 


18 


do 


Shay, Michael 


40 


do 


Swarbridc, Henry 


36 


do 


Stables, John 


34 


do 


Scallen, Thomas 


24 


do 


Smith, Ryan W. 


20 


Dennysville 


Scott, Henry 


48 


Calais 


Thompson, Silas 


21 


Baring 


Thompson, Daniel 


18 


do 


Tibbetts, Thomas 


33 


Calais 


Trott, Frank 


24 


do 


Thompson, R. W. 


28 


Princeton 


Winship, Wm. H. 


27 


Weston 


Woodman, Rodney 


23 


Calais 


Woodside, James 


22 


do 


Wilson, Horace C. 


25 


do 


Weeks, Wm. H. 


23 


do 


Wade, Abraham 


28 


do 


Wito, George 


29 


do 


CoDchlan, Timothy 


24 


do 


Riley, Roger 


25 


do 


I>oyle, Wm. 


23 


do 


Bownes, Michael 


22 


do 


Hall, Wm. H. 


45 


do 


Hanson, Alexander 


19 


do [N.B. 
St. Stephens, 


Smith, Ellas 


35 


Satheriand, James 


21 


Calais 


McCaity, Daniel 


25 


do 



^» 


Muau'd 


II 

M 
M 


into 


U.8.8er 


Juhrl5 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


W 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 



Ramarki. 



.Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 



Deserted Jnly 16. 
Drowned at Chain Bridge. 
Sick in camp. 

Deceased Jnly 20. 



Sick in qaarters. 
Deceased Dec. 9. 

Deserted July 16. 
On detached serrioe. 



Discharged by Court Martial. 



Deserted July 16. 
On detached service. 



On detached service. 
Sick in camp. 



822 adjtjtanx-gbnsral'b rbport. 

RecapUulaUon of Oampmy B, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Vohmteert, 





PreMot at AbMOt. 


PriflOD. 

en. 


De- 


nu. 


n. 








Duty. 1 "'^^ 


Killed. 


ceased, charged. »rted. fened. ^^"*^ 

1 III 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
10 

2 
57 


a 

9 






3 


3 


• 


1 
1 


3 

la 

8 
79 


Total 


72 1 11 






3 1 3 1 6 1 S t 97 


Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 















PasflCitT. 














ABflKNT. 












Oi. - 






Oif 




Fob D0TT. 


Sice. 


1 


Bios. 


BraciAL 
Sbbticb. 




1 * 




t 








1 






'1 


1 


i 






§ 




s 




1 


e 


1 






i 


o 






^ § 


e 


1 




le 


1 




Si 






^ 


G 


T 








• 






c • 






"8 






.1 * 


O 


^ 






O 


^ 






O fi 


1 o 


s 










Ol g 




1 


•o 


'f 






• 


3 






•J 'I 


^ 


S 




• 




■8 » 




g 


1 

1 


"^ 


1 


.1 


S 
a 


1 

> 


i 




ii 


E 

E 


i 


6 


1 


1:1 

519 


1 


H 

< < 


U 


i 


^ ? 


S 


25'C|< 


al 


£5 


& 


£ 


8; 


£ 


1:1 


£ 


1 1 


7 


5. 


i>0 


I 


1 


8 


lio 


1 ' 


1 


2 


1 


75 


! 




a 


1 


5 


& 


!r'l 



Present Organization of the Company. 








— 






Date of 




i 


Namee. 


i 

< 


Raak. 


Reeidenee. 


Rank or 

Appoiot- 

rnent 


KMsarkh 


1 

2 
3 


Joel A. Haycock 
Reuel W. Furiong 
Henry H. Waite 


25 
25 

28 


Captain 
IstLieat. 
2d Lieat 


Calais 
do 
do 


April SO 
do 
do 




1 
2 
3 

4 
5 


Leri L. L. Bassford 
George W. MpLean 
Benjamin F. Waite, Jr. 
Edward Williams 
George P. Blanchard 


26 
20 
26 
25 
24 


Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Calais 
do 
do 
do 
do 


April 30 

do 

do 

do 
June 15 




1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 


William Lambe 
Henry Balcomb 
HuiBjh McEver 
Warren Frazer 
John 0. Dow 
John Chamberlain 
Leander L. Brown 


SO 
22 
SO 
24 
24 
19 
19 


Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Calais 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


April SO 

do 

do 
July 15 

Dec I 
do 




1 


John Nichols 


18 


Musician 


Calais 


April 30 





APPENDIX D. 



828 



Betnrn of Capt Joseph Snowman, Companj E, Sixth Reffiinent In&atry, Mahie 
Volanteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Companj since 
It entered the serrice of the United States, on the fifteenth day of July. 1861. 

JOSEPH SNOWMAN, Captain. 





i 




&i 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


Basidcaes. 


a? 


IBIO 


Bmarfcs. 




< 




ss 


U.s.8er. 




OOVXISS'd OrFICBRS. 












Joseph Snowman, 


48 


Bncksport 


M 


July 15 




Benjamin J. Bnck, 


31 


do 


S 


do 




Vifgil P. WardwelL 


33 


do 


s 


do 




8SRGEAHT8. 












Frederic B. Ginn, 


31 


Orland 


s 


do 




George C. Inrin, 


24 


Bncksport 


JS 


do 


Diachaiged for disability. 


Charies E. PiUsbniy, 


S5 


do 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 


Lewis P. Abbott, 


23 


do 


M 


do 




George Snowman 


22 


do 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Amasm S. Condon, 


20 


Orland 


s 


do 




Horatio N. Gum, 


27 


Bncksport 


s 


do 




John Leach, 


22 


Surrey 


s 


do 




Jesse Treat, 


22 


Bncksport 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant 


Henry Tapley, 
William A. Qnhin, 


25 


do 


s 


do 




25 


New London 


s 


do 




Jamee G. Lamprey, 


21 


Bncksport 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Eben B. Moore, 


37 


do 


M 


do 




jrusiciAKS. 












Zehah W. Bnnell, 


44 


Bncksport 
IreUnd 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


John Keefe. 


22 


M 


do 


Returned to ranks. 


WAOOKXB. 












Albion K. Matthew. 


30 


Lincoln 


M 


do 




PRIVATB8. 












Arnold, Byron P. 


26 


Orland 


s 


do 




Allen, John H. 


22 


Winterport 


S 


do 




BuUey, Dennis 


21 


Bncksport 
Orland 


s 


do 




Bnton, Elisha 


39 


M 


do 




Beverley, Charles S. 


27 


Angnsta 


s 


do 




Brown, Jeremiah 


43 


Medford 


M 


do 




CoUon, Edward L. 


18 


Bnckbport 


S 


do 




Cunningham. Naeos B. 
OarkTDaTid 


20 
19 


Sedgwick 
Orknd 


S 

s 


do 
do 


Dischaiged for disability. 


Clarit,SamiielJ.,Jr. 


24 


Veaaie 


s 


do 




Carey, CaWin N. 


19 


Lagrange 


s 


do 




Cobb, Charles H. 


19 


Orrington 


s 


do 




Carroll, John 


21 


Bncksport 


s 


do 




Clay, George W. 


21 


BlnehiU 


s 


do 




Carter, Albina H. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Daris, Charles L. 


19 


Bncksport 
Lowell 


s 


do 




Darling, Lemuel H. 


29 


s 


do 




Doah, Charles H. 


19 


Bncksport 


s 


do 




Dudley, Charies Y. 


19 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Dudley, Fnncis J. 


18 


do 


s 


do 






26 


Orland 


s 


do 




Dorr, Charles P. 


20 


Bncksport 


s 


do 




Eaton, Albert N. 


21 


Oidtown 


s 


do 




Ellis, Hiram 


21 


Prospect 


s 


Sept. 1 
July 15 




Fogg, Hiram E. 


SQ 


Bncluport 


s 




Flanders, Charles G. 


21 


Dexter 


8 




Fnrbisb, Thomas C. G. 


18 


Bncksport 


s 


do 




Goodale, Greenleaf A. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Goodale, Edwiud A. 


29 


Bangor 
BinAill 


s 


do 




Grindle, George 


23 


s 


do 





824 



ADJirrAinVOENBBAL'S RBPOBT. 



Return of Company Ej Sixth Regiment^ (^Qmtinued.^ 



NUMC 



-J 






MustrM 


Sf 




into 


< 




U.S.8er. 


^ 


Surry 
Biddefoid 


M 


Jnlyl5 


22 


S 


do 


44 


Orland 


M 


do 


22 


Penobscot 


S 


do 


39 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 


20 


Penobscot 


M 


do 


18 


Bucksport 


S 


do 


25 


Alexander 


S 


do 


23 


Corinth 


s 


do 


37 


Orland 


¥ 


do 


18 


Newborg 


s 


do 


25 


Hoalton 


M 


do 


23 


Bncksport 


s 


do 


18 


do 


s 


do 


44 


New York 


M 




21 


Bancroft 


S 


do 


39 


Bncksport 
Orland 


M 


do 


26 


S 


do 


21 


Bncksport 
Orland 


S 


do 


27 


M 


do 


28 


Bncksport 


M 


do 


18 


Surry 


S 


do 


31 


Pittston 


s 


do 


23 


Bangor 


s 


do 


16 


Oldtown 


s 


do 


25 


Milo 


s 


do 


23 


Bncksport 


s 


do 


20 


do 


s 


do 


18 


do 


s 


do 


18 


do 


s 


do 


22 


BlnehiU 


s 


do 


23 


N. Gloucester 


s 


do 


22 


Bucksport 
Orland 


s 


do 


19 


s 


do 


SO 


Prospect 


M 


do 


22 


Bucksport 


M 


do 


20 


Orland 


s 


do 


18 


Idanchester 


s 


do 


19 


Bucksport 


s 


do 


37 


Charleston 


M 


do 


29 


Bncksport 


M 


do 


22 


Dover 


S 


do 


18 


Bncksport 


s 


do. 


25 


do 


s 


do 


21 


Oriand 


s 


do 


19 


do 


s 


do 


22 


Bncksport 


s 


do 


20 


BluehiU 


s 


do 


23 


Bncksport 


s 


do 


22 


do 


s 


do 


26 


do 


s 


do 



Gray, Richard E. 
HaiTi'man, Andrew J. 
Harriman, Elias 
Heath, Avery H. 
Higgins, Leonard J. 
Hntchinffs, Wesley T. 
Heywood, Sewall L. 
Hunnewell, Calvin 
Jerome, Hvde 
Kenney, Thomas L. 
Knights, Geoige W. 
Karnes, John 
Kennedy, John 
Lanpher, Edward D. 
Lerus, Thomas W. 
Leathers, John T. 
Miller. Geoige 
McFarland, John 
McCarthy, John 
Moore, Aaron P. 
McKinley, James B. 
Merrill, Samuel, Jr. 
Morton, Robert A. 
McCormick, Thomas 
Pratt, Benjamin F. 
Penige, Warren W. 
Pierce, Leander H. 
Page, John J. 
Page, Hiram F. 
Page, Silas 
Parker, Ozro 
Peterson, Orion L 
Reed, Edwin B. 
Richardson, William A 
Richards, Waldo S. 
Sherman, John E. 
Saunders, Arthur L 
Sun, Thomas 
Stabbs, James, Jr. 
Torier, Charles 6. 
Towle, Jeremy J. 
Tmndy, Justin H. 
Treai, Alfred 
Vernll, Moses S. 
Wardwell, James H. 
Wardwell, Moses S. 
Webb, John 
Westcott, Stephen B. 
Webster, Miron 
Webster, Greenleaf 
Furbish, Frederic 



Discharged lor ditability. 
Sick at Annapolis HofpitaL 



APPENDIX B. 825 

Recapitulation of Company E, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteere. 





PrsMDt «t Abteou 






De- 
cea«ed. 


Dto- 
charged. 


De- 
■erted. 


Tniw- 
ferred. 






Duty. 1 8tek. 


Killed.,* '"T" 

1 


Total. 


Comnmsioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Mosidans & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
9 

I 
70 


1 
9 








1 
1 


1 


2 

I 
1 


3 
13 

8 
81 


Total 


83 


10 








a 


I 


4 


100 


Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 













PaXIBRT. 














AliKflTp 












Oir 


IlT 

Abbbst. 






On 




Fob Dott. 


Sick. 


SraciAL 
'Dott. 




Btcs. 


Bbiticb* 




j 


|e 








s 






I 






jSJ 




1^ 




\i 




J 








s 






8 






8 






Jj 




1 ° 






o 1 

:1 






i 


o 
1 






8t! 




i 


"2 


^ 


1 


1 




■ It 
3|« 




•1 


- 


i 


< 


i 


1 
1 


1 


t 

1 

< 


o 1 
o e 

11 


1 


o 
e 

1 


1 £ 


1 

5 


1 


! 


1 


1 


1 

< 


1 


.Til 


61? 


76 




1 


8 


9 


1 


5 




' 1 


92 






1 


1 




I 


93 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 


i 


Name.. 


1 

48 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


I 


Joseph Snowman 


Captain 


Bucksport 




2 


Benjamin J. Bnck 


31 


l8t Lieut 


do 




3 


Virgil P. WardweU 


23 


2d Lieut 


do 




I 


Frederick B. Ginn 


31 


Sergeant 


Orland 




2 


James B. McKinler 


23 


do 


Bucksport 


Decl 


3 


John Leach 


37 


do 


Surry 


Juhrl6 


4 


William A. Qninn 


25 


do 


Bucksport * 


5 


Uwis P. Abbott 


23 


do 


do 




1 


Amasa S. Condon 


27 


Corporal 


Orland 




2 


Jesse Treat 


22 


Bucksport 




3 


Horatio N. Ginn 


27 


do 


do 




4 


Eben B. Moore 


21 


do 


Orland 




5 


Henry Tapley 
Jamea G. Lanprej 
Waldo S. Ricbarda 


22 


do 


Bucksport 




6 


25 


do 


do 




7 


30 


do 


Prospect 




8 


Miron Webstar 


23 


do 


Bucksport 


Sept.1 



Remarks. 



826 



ADJUTANIVGBNBRAL'B BEPOBT. 



Betrnn of Capt. WilliBm N. Lysett, CompaDj F, Sixth Regiment Infiuitry, Maine 
Yolanteera, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have uken place in the Company since 
it entered the serTice of the United Sutes, on the afteenth day of July, 1861. 

WILLIAM N. LYSETT, Captain. 



Namet. 



CONMIBS'd OFriCBRS. 

William N. Lysett, 
John M. Lincoln, 
Simon Pottle, 2d. 

8BBOBANTB. 

Theodore Lincoln, Jr., 
Isaac C. Campbell, 
Charles H. Bailey, 
Wm. H. Lincoln, 
Benjamin Leiand. 

COBPOBAL8. 

John M. Morrow, 
Edward W. Eye, 
William Sheahan, 
James R. Haywaid, 
John W. Ross, 
Merrill Moore, 
Frederic A. Blanchard, 
Benjamin R. Jones. 

MUSICIANS. 

Robert B. Teed, 
Thomas White. 

WAOOVBB. 

Andrew K. Gilson. 

PBIYATBS. 

Averill, Stephen W. 
Babcock, William H. 
fieuner, Washington 
Bridges, Almon H. 
Butler, Joel 
Cambridge, George E. 
Clark, Benjamin R. 
Coolbroth, Ashbury 
Davenport, Doctorine 
Day, Geoige E. 
Dennison, Samnel 
Donnelly, Michael 
Downing, Amos 
Dudley, Isaac K. 
Dudley, Freeman F. 
Eastman, Edward P. 
Farris, Mathew B. 
Fish, Josiah C. 
Foley, Lawrence, Jr., 
Frost, Jacob 
Gardiner, Isaac 
Gilman, Warren 
Gardner, Nathaniel 
Gilmore, Joseph 
Hibbard, James N. 
Henr^, William O. 
Higgms, James 
Johnson, Malcolm 
Kelley, William 
King, Richard 



ResideDce. 



Pembroke 

do 
Perry 

Dennysrille 
Pembroke 

do 
Perry 

do 

Pembroke 

do 
DennysYille 

do 
Pembroke 
Perry 
Charlotte 
Dennysville 

Pembroke 
do 

Perry 

Cooper 

do 
Dennysyille 
Charlotte 
Meddybemps 
Edmonds 
Charlotte 
Scarboro* 
Pembroke 

do 
Cutler 
Pembroke 
Portland 
Pembroke 
Dennysville 

do 
Charlotte 
Perry 
Pembroke 
Meddybemps 
Dennysville 
Meddybemps 
Dennysville 
Pembroke 
Perry 
Rastport 
Cooper 
Perry 
Portland 

do 



^4 


M»«tr*d 




into 
U.8.8er. 


M 


July 16 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


s 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


Julyie 


8 
S 


July 15 


8 
M 


V 


8 
8 


JnlylS 


S 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do \ 



Discharged for disalnlity. 

Reduced to ranks. 
Sick in camp. 
Promoted to Sergeant 
In arrest 
Reduced to ranks. 

Reduced to ranks. 



Transferred to ranks. 



Sick in camp. 
Sick in camp. 

Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 
Promoted to Corporal. 
Sfck in camp. 

Sick in camp. 
Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 

(( u 



APPBNBIX D. 



827 



Return of Company F, Sixth Regiment, (^Continued.') 



Lftiref, Junes 
Lineoln, John C. 
Ldocoln, Otis, Jr., 
Hattheson, Thomat 
Moon, Thorau 
Moon, Lewis B. 
Moon, Frederic W. 
Moon, Lorenzo W. 
Maker, Reuben N. 
McCartj. WiUiaaa 
MeUen, George 
Mitdiell James F. 
Marraj, Edward 
Keweomb, Samuel L. 
Owens, George H. 
O'Keefe, Dennis 
Pbipps, Rafas D. 
Pomeroj, William R. 
Preston, Edwin D. 
Qninn, Tbomas 
Reynolds, Belo R. 
ReTnoMs, John W. 
Redman, John 
Sears, Josiah 
Shaw, Wm. E. 
Sprairoe, Francis A. 
Spofford, Simeon A. 
Stoddard, John 
Sawtelle, Albert 
Sheldon, Tjra 
Smith, David F. 
Sweeney, John 
Twiney David J. 
Trail, John O. 
Waid, Amos 
Welch, Thomas 
Wood, Matthew 
Babcock, ADgnstine 
Clark, Chas.L. 



BsaidMiea. 



Lnbec 
Perry 

do 
DennysTille 
Whiting 
Trescott 

do 

do 
Cntler 
Perry 

do 
Boston, Mass. 
MontrealjCE. 
24-Chariotte 
18 Pembroke 
Portland 
Cooper 
Pembroke 
Dennysville 
Portland 
Dennysville 
Pembroke 
Meddybemps 
Pembroke 
Edmonds 
Charlotte 
Pembroke 

do 
Cntler 
Pembroke 
Meddybemps 
Portland 
Denj^ysville 
Cooper 
Pembroke 

do 
Meddybemps 
Cooper 

do 



&»' 


Mii8tr*d 


M 


into 
U.8 J9er, 


s 


July 16 


s 


do 


S 


do • 


S 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


M 


Julyie 


S 

s 


July 15 


M 


Jnlyie 


M 
M 


July 15 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


Julyie 


s 


JuWl5 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 

8 


Julyie 


Si 

8 


July 15 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


Attg.27 



Esmtrks. 



Sick ill camp. 



Side in camp. 



Discharged for disability. 
Sick in camp. 



« « 



Sick in camp. 



Discharged for disability. 



Discharged for disability. 
Sick in camp. 



Discharged for disability. 



828 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapittdation of Company F, Sixth EegimerU Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





PreMntft 

Pit for 
Duty. 


Atwant. 
Sick. 


Killed. 


Priwn- 
en. 


De- 

ceased. 


Die- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trane- 
femd. 


ToaO. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Prirates 


3 
11 

2 
49 


1 

1 
17 








1 
3 






8 
13 

8 
69 


Total 


65 19 








4 






88 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist 1861. 









Pbxibivt. 






AmawTu 












Oh 


Iir 

AlUlBflT. 






Off 




Pom DuTT. 


Bios. 


SpBCliX 
DuTT. 




HfCJK, 


fltlTICS. 




* 




^ 








e 


1 




g-' 




g 






U 




i\ 




1 

< 




g 










I 




8 1 




g 








s 




* 




1 


O 

1 






1 


1 




1 


o 




e 

s 

e 
o 


o 
1 




e 
• 




E 

O 

1 


1 


-5 1 




s 


1 




1 

1 


e 


1 

If 


S 




i 
i 


1 


E 

e 


1 

> 


i 


£ 




1 

R 


fi ' > 


< £ 


S;2:,ft:,<|0 


& 


£^ 


ll£ 


6 


& 


£ < 


d 


^£ 


e 


-,£ 


^5 


3 


8 


50 


61 




1 


17 18 






3 




1 


1 


84l 








1 




B4' 



Present Organization of the Company, 



'^ 










Date of 




i 


Names. 


i 

< 


Rink. 




Rank or 

Appoint. 

inent. 


Benarks. 


1 
2 
3 


WilUam N. Lysett 
John M. Lincoln 
Simon Pottle, 2d 


28 

28 
21 


Captain. 
1st Lieut. 
2d do 


Pembroke 

do 
Perry 


do 




1 
2 
3 

t 


Theodore Lincoln, Jr. 
Isaac C. Campbell 
Charles H. Bailey 
Wm. H. Lincoln 
William Sheahan 


SO 
20 
21 
21 
25 


Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Dennysville 
Pemhroke 

do 
Perry 
DennysTille 


Mayl 

do 

do 

do 

Dec. 1 




1 
2 
3 

4 
5 


Edward W. Eye 
James R. Hayward 
Merrill Mooro 
Benja. R. Jones 
Isaac K. Dudley 


26 
26 
20 
19 
22 


Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Pembroke 

Dennysville 

Perry 

DennysTille 

Pembroke 


Mayl 

July 15 

do 
Dec 13 





APPSfDIX D. 



8S9 



Betom of Capt. Balph W. Toaog, Company O, Sixth B«riiiMBt lafiuitty, Maina 
Volaateers, expreMing its condidon on the morning of December Ut, 1861, to* 
ceiher with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company sinoa 
tt entered the senrice of the United States, on the fifteenth day of Jnly, 1661. 

RALPH W. TOUNG, Captain. 



N^ i 


• Bartdeaee. 


Lt 


MuttrM 
into 


JUmirka, 


< 


1 


U.S.B«r. 




comfisa'D OFFicxBa. 










Kalph W. Toong, 3' 


rBoekland 


M 


V 




Fnnk C. Peirce, 2< 


9 Augusta 


S 




HiruB B. SprooL 2 




S 


do 




BBKGBAVT8. 










Oeoige W. Leigfaton, Si 


S Columbia 


s 


do 




AJomo L. Stevens, S< 


9Steirf»en 


s 


do 




Lindroff W.Smith, % 


9 do 


8 


do 




Geofge H. Jacobs, I 
John McGregor. 4 


S Cherryfield 


S 


do 




ZEas^rt 


M 


do 




CORFORALS. 










Sidney W. Tncker, 2 


S Columbia 


S 


do 




Harrison Wallace, « 


D MiUbridge 


S 


do 




Edwm D. Boynton, » 


9 Harrington 


s 


do 




Fmne G. Leighton, 2 


S Columbia 


s 


do 




Wdiiam Shaw, 2 


3 Cherryfield 


s 


do 




George W. Bomham, 2 


5 do 


s 


do 


• 


Geone H. Pevea, 2 
Fiank CampbelL 2 


OWinsdor 


s 


do 




7 Cherryfield 


s 


do 


Beduoed to ranks. 


M1I8ICIAJI8. 










A. K. P. Moor^, 9 


7 Steuben 


M 


do 




Josiah S. Day. S 


7 do 


M 


do 




WAOOXBB. • 










Bobert Bailey. 2 


9 Portland 


M 


do 


' 


niTATsa. 










Andenon, Charles H. 1 


9 Harrington 


s 


do 




Andrews, Malcolm 1 


8 do 


s 


do 




Bennett, Hemry I 


8 do 


s 


do 




Bndiah, John h. 3 


8 Portland 


M 


do 






8 do 


s 


do 


Dischaiged for disability. 


Brian, Thomas 0. 3 


1 Gardiner 


s 


do 




Bradeen, Gardiner B. I 


9Uollis 


s 


do 




Cleaves, Charles G. 1 


9 Steuben 


s 


do 


Dischaiged for disability. 


ComieU, Thomas 0. 3 
Chaae, Samuel C. 2 


3 Cherryfield 
8 do 


M 
M 


do 
do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Conoevs, Horatio B. 1 


8 do 


s 


do 




Campbell, Peter 4 


9 do 


M 


do 




Dyer, George A. I 


9 Franklin 


S 


do 




Davis, WUllam F. 2 


2 Steuben. 


M 


do 




Dixon,Robert 3 
Dorr, Freeman 2 


7 Cherryfield 


M 


do 




4 do . 


M 


do 


Deserted July 16. 


Doonell, Michael 0. 3 


Portland 


S 


do 


- - 20. 


EUia, Frank a 


3 do 


M 


do 


" Aug SO. 


Fi7e, Charles S 


1 Machiasport 


S 


do 




Fry*, John 1 


8 do 


s 


do 




FoUer, Alfred 9 


W BrunswidL 


s 


do 




Flyno, Patrick 1 


YJ Boston 




do 




Griffin, John S 


UEastoort 


s 


do 




Gilmaa, Jacob S 


» 


s 


do 




Ranter, Mitnfaell 1 


8 Cherryfield 


s 


do 




Jacobs, Horace G. * 1 


8 do 


s 


do 




Kingsley, Paol i 
Lac^, FtanHs J. ] 
Leighton, Benjamin F. ! 


M) Portland 
19 Windsor 


s 
s 


do 
do 




18 Steuben 


M 


do 




Leigbton, Traman W. 


19 do 


s 


do 





22 



880 



adjutant-gbkeral's beport. 



Beturn of Company G^ Sixth Regiment y ( Coniinued.) 





1 


, 


^ii 


Mii»tr*d 




NauMt. 


Rasideacs. | 


&?! 


into 


RMiarks. 




< 




Sx 


UASer. 




.Leighton, Hannibal H. 


18 


Colombia 


S 




Leighton, Stephen S. 


18 


do 


S 




Laaghlin, Lawrence 0. 


35 


Chcrnrfield 


S 


do 




^jnch, Charles 


19 


do 


S 


do 




Leighton, William 


19 


Steuben 


S 


do 




Leighton, Frank Q. 


25 


Colombia 


S 


do 




Lobden, Theodore 


44 


Portland 


S 


do 


Deceased Sept. 12. 


McGnire, James 


40 


do 


M 


do 


Deserted July 16. 


Moore, Aognstus P. 


20 


Stenben 


S 


do 




M cNamora, John 


18 


CaUis 


s 


do 




McLaughlin, Michael 


19 


Providence 


S 


do 




McGregor, Charles W. 


19 


Eastport 




do 




McNultj, Edward 


44 


Calais 


M 


do 




McCardT, Geo. Q. W. 
Marshall, William 


26 


Steoben 


M 


do 




19 


Eastport 
Portland 


S 


do 




McCnllocb, James 


44 


M 


do 


Deserted Joly 16. 


McKinnon, Gilbert 


22 


Portsmouth 


S 


do 




Maddan, Rnfns 


48 


Cherryfield 


M 


do 




Kash, Edmand N. 


18 


Harrington 


S 


do 




O'Hare, Michael 


19 


Portland 


S 


do 




Qnteley, David 
Robmett, Joseph 


19 
20 


Cherryfield 
Portland 


s 

S 


do 
do 




Small, Joseph 


18 


Stenben 


s 


do 




Sindair, George A. 


21 


Cherryfield 


s 


do 


Discharged for ^isabOitj. 


Small, Thomas J. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Scott, Charles 


38 


Calais 


M 


do 




Stewart, John E. 


23 


Columbia 


s 


do 




Salliran, John 


26 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




Tabbats, Hilman L. 


23 


Addison 


S 


do 




Tabbats, David 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Tucker, Sidney M. 


23 


Cherryfield 


s 


do 


Dischaised for disability. 


Woods, Enoch H. 


24 


do 


s 


do 




Walker, William H. H. 


28 


Deblois 


s 


do 




Wallace, Nelson C. 


19 


MiUbridge 


s 


do 




Wilson, George L G. 


25 


Cherryfield 


s 


do 




Woods, Thomas 


27 


Calais 


M 


do 




Willev, Alonso C. 


20 


Cherryfield 


s 


do 




Weare, David L. 


19 


Gonldsboro' 


s 


do 


Deceased Oct 31. 


Wheeler, Patrick 


21 


Portland 


s 


do 




Whalen,JohnT. 


2C 


do 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



sal 



Seca^uUaion of Company &, Sixth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





Prawnt it Absent. 




Prison. 

•IB. 


De- 
ce«Md. 


charged. 


De- 
serted. 


fenred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ToCaL 


Commisaioned Officers 
Kon-Com. Officers 
Miisiciaii8& Wagoner 
Priratee 


2 
12 

3 
53 


1 
1 

6 






2 


5 


5 




S 

18 

3 

7a 


Total 


70 1 7 






2 


5 


6 


89 



Condensed Morning Report, December \sty 1861. 



PUSSIVT. 



Foi DUTT. 



Sick. 



9 " 



2 II 5568; 



li 5 6 



Ow 
Spbcial 

DOTT. 



I 

§11 

Hi 



1 2 



liv 
AEmasT. 



|78 



Absbrt. 



Si OS. 



Oif. 
Spbcial 
Sbbticb. 



I 79 



Present Organization of the Company. 



1 Ralph W. Young 
2, Frank C. Pierce 
3 Hiram B. SprotU 

1 George N. Leighton 

2 Alonaso Q. Stevens 

3 Littdroff W. Smith 
4; Geo. H. Jacobs 

5 John McGhregor 

1 Sidney W. Tucker 

2 Harrison Wallace * 

3 Edwin D. Boynton 

4 Fonae O Leighton 

5 William Shaw 

6 George W. Bumham 

7 George H. Pevea 

8 Saml. C. Chase 



& 


Eank. 


< 




37 


Captain 


20 


I St Lieut 


21 


2d Lieut. 


25 


Sergeant 


20 


do 


23 


do 


18 


do 


42 


do 


25 


Corporal 


20 


do 


20 


CO 


28 


do 


23 


do 


25 


do 


20 


do 


23 


do 



Rockland 

Augusta 

Cherryfield 

Columbia 
Steuben 

do 

do 

do 

Columbia 

Millbridge 

Harrington 

Columbia 

ChcrryBeld 

do 

do 

do 



Date of 


Rank or 


Appoint- 


ment. 


May 2 


July 1 1 


May 2 


May 2 


do 


do 


do 


June 28 


May 2 


do 


do 


do 


June 25 


do 


do 


Aug. 12 



Remarks. 



882 



ADJUTANISGSNJBBAL'S BIPORT. 



Betarn of Capt George Faller, CompaDy H, Sixth Regiment Infiuitry, itaine Volna- 
leers, expressing ice condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, together 
with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered 
the senrioe of the United States, on the fifteenth day of Jnljr, 1861. 

GEORGE FULLER, Captain. 





-: < — i 


^A 


Muttr*d 




Niwiiii 


t 


BidilDwrt 


Q 


tefo 


BsMirita 




< 




ITjBJStoi. 




OOMMias'D OmCMRS. 












George Fnller, 
Joseph G. Roberts, 


23 


Corinth 


s 


Jnlyl5 


Sick at Corinth. 


33 


do 


M 




George Roberts. 


27 


Dexter 


M 


do 




BSBOBANTB. 












Alexander Stevens, 


37 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Benjamin F. Robinson, 


24 


Sebec 


M 


do 


Promoted to 1st Seneant. 


Andrew J. Whittier, 


27 


Corinth 


M 


AngJSa 


ad 


Charles Fitzgerald, 
William H. Coan. 


30 
28 


Dexter 
do 


M 
S 


July 15 


3d 


COBPORALB. 












Nathaniel G. Hatch, 


39 


Corinth 


M 


do 


Discharged tor disabOity. 


Aaron Frost 2d, 


28 


Corinna 


M 


do 


Promoted to Ist Cocpond. 


Israel Hodsdon, 


22 


Corinth 


S 


do 


2d " 


Elisha Eddy, Jr. 
James C. Huntington, 


27 


do 


s 


Aug 27 


« 84 


37 


Atkinson 


M 


do 


Discharged for Diaidiility. 


Albert T. Severance, 


18 


Dexter 


S 


do 


Promoted to 4th Corporal 
5th « 


Hiram H. Bement, 


19 


do • 


s 


do 


William H. Callander. 


21 


Boston 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 


MUBI^AMB. 

Joseph F. Getehell, 


40 


Bangor 


M 


July 15 


Promoted to Dmm-Mivor. 


Charles F. Tibbets. 


20 


Corinth 


s 




WAOONBR. 












James Roswell. 


25 


Bangor 


s 


do 


Discharged for disabflity. 


PRIYATBB. 












Batis, Israel P. 


29 


Dexter 


M 


do 




Bradley, Charles W. 
Bean, Snmner S. 


19 


Corinth 


s 


do 




27 


do 


M 


do 




Bond, Lucius H. 


20 


do 


S 


do 




Beal, George E. 


18 


Hudson 


s 


do 




Bulger, Joseph 


41 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Bulger, Hiram B. 


18 


do 


S 


do 




Cnmmings, Sewall 


22 


Union 


s 


do 


Sicfcincampw 


Chapman, OmvHle D. 


18 


Sebec 


s 


do 




Chase, Charles 


23 


St. Albans 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Cooley, George H. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Currier, Judson W. 


19 


Athens 


s 


do 




Dyer, Charles 


20 


Dexter 


s 


do 




Dexter, Chester 


28 


Corinth 


M 


do 




Frost, Gilman W. 


27 


St. Albans 


M 


do 




Foster, Eben W. 


26 


Lewiston 


s 


do 


Disdiarged fordisidiSity. 


Gould, George T. 


19 


Dexter 


s 


do 




GUbert, Joseph D. 
Henrick, William H. 


24 


Parkmaa 


s 


do 




19 


Corinth 


8 


do 




Heald, Henry C. 


28 


do 


s 


do 




Hallam, John Bi. 


23 


Sebec 


s 


do 




Herrick, David B. 


19 


Corindi , 


s 


do 




Holmes, Zenas 


25 


Parkman 


s 


do 


Deceaaea Od. IS. 


Huntington, Hiram F. 


22 


Atkinson 


s 


do 




Hatch. Geom W. 
Hammond, Joseph S. 


27 


Gariand 


M 


do 




18 


Parkman 


s 


do 




Lovell, Asa B. 


31 


Abbott 


s 


do 




Libbey, Albert L. 


22 


Waterville 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Lancaster, Chester J. 


24 


Hudson 


s 


do 


Decease^ Kot. 8. 


Lfford,Fifield 


20 


Gariand 


s 


do 





APPENDIX B. 



888 



Return of Company H, Sixth Regiment^ (OwtoHierf.) 





/ 


11 


Mvstr'di 


HUMI. 


i 


KMMencsw 


Into 


JUmuks. 




< 




CT.8.8«r. 




MeDonald, AUM 


39 


Charleston 


M 


V 




MitcheU. Jimies L. 


21 


Sangerrille 
Hudson 


S 




Mttcbell, Ckarles B. 


24 


S 


do 




M'Knsiek, Charles a 


18 


Parkman 


s 


do 




McCorrisoii, James 


24 


Kenduskeag 
ProTtdeooe,R. 


s 


do 






21 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant 


HeKenner, John H. 
Moore, William H. 


19 


Mbnson [L 


s 


do 




38 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Manh, James D. 


38 


Ripley 


M 


do 


Piomoted to CorporaL 


Merrill Alonao R. 


18 


Dexter 


S 


do 




Merrill, Peidinand W. 


19 


Williamsbnig 


S 


do 


* 


Norton, Harrison T. 


20 


Dexter 


s 


do 




Osgood, CaMn B. 


27 


Garland 


8 


do 




Osgood, Wesley 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Pettingill, John W. 


22 


Corinna 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Paige, Brasmos E. 
Pe^ody, Lemuel 


18 


Chariestott 


s 


do 




26 


Dixmont 


s 


do 




PeithigiU, WiUiam H. 


22 


C. Elisabeth 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Boberts, Ods 0. 


19 


Dexter 


s 


do 




Boondy, Dennis S. 
Bossell, Lorenso 


35 


Bangor 




do 




22 


Dexter 


s 


do 




Bandall, Alden F. 


22 


Bangor 


s 


do 


% 


BandaU, Charies 0. 


31 


do 


s 


do 


^ 


BosseU, John 


18 


Dexter 


s 


do 




BandaU, George W. 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Boondy, James EL 
Bay, Charles L. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




21 


Angosta 
Ripley 


s 


do 




Shay, Thomas P. 


20 


s 


do 


Discharged for disabiUty. 


Seater, William H. H. 


22 




s 


do 




SheiNud, Charles T. 


22 


Sebec 


s 


do 




Sampson, Milton B. 


27 


Dexter 


s 


do 




Skinner, George F. 


26 


Casco 


8 


do 




Steward, Sylnmns B. 


26 


Monson 


s 


do 




Safibrd, Hiram F. 


20 


Dexter 


s 


do 




Strom, Stillman W. 


37 


Hudson 


s 


do 




Scroat, George D. 
Smitii, Upton T. 
Tinker, WilUam H. 


43 


Corinth 


M 


do 




18 


Bangor 


s 


do 




21 


Trenton 


s 


do 




Tibbets, WUliam 


22 


Charleston 


s 


do 




Valentine, Lowell W. 


20 


Harmony 


s 


do 




WhitUer, Lendail H. 


20 


Kenduskeag 


M 


do 


Promoted to corporal 


Whittier, Charles A. 


21 


Corinth 


s 


do 




Wearer, Charles S. 


27 


Parkman 


s 


do 




WUliams, John J. 


29 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Webber, Irory 


44 


do 




do 




Weeks, Samuel 


23 


Corinna 


s 


do 


Discharged for disabiUty. 


Weeks, William 


25 


do 


s 


do 





884 



abjutant-gbneral's report. 



Reecqntulatian of Company H^ Sixth RtgimenJt Brfantryy Maine Volunteers. 





Preaent k, Abient. 


^lad. 


PriiOB. 

en. 


De- 

ceased. 


Dla- 
cbaried. 


De- 

aerted. 


Tram, 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


TotaL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
11 

4 
57 


1 
2 
1 
8 






2 


3 

4 




1 


3 
17 

5 
71 


11?tal 


74 1 12 






2 


7 




1 


96 



Condensed Morning Report^ December 1«^ 1861. 






Present Organization of the Company » 














Date of 




& 


Namea. 


i 

< 

23 


Rank. 




Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


SMiiarica. 


1 


George Fuller 


Captain 


Corinth 


♦ 




2 


Joseph G. Roberts 


3d 


1st Lieut. 


do 






3 


George Roberts 


27 


2d Lieut. 


Dexter 






1 


Benjamin F. Robinson 
Andrew J. Whittier 


24 


Serseant 


Sebec 


July 20 




2 


27 


do 


Corinth 


do 




3 


Charles Fitagerald 
Solomon J. Morton 


30 


do 


Dexter [I. 
Providence U. 


do 


Recruiting. - 


4 


26 


do 


do 




5 


William H. Coan 


23 


do 


Dexter 


July 15 




1 


Aaron Frost 


28 


Corporal 


Corinna 


'V 




2 


Israel Hodsdon 


22 


dr 


Corinth 




3 


Rlisha Eddy, Jr. 


21 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Albert T. Severance 


19 


do 


Dexter 


Not. 14 




/S Hiram H. Bement 


19 


do 


do 


do 




eiLendall H. Whittier 


20 


do 


Eendaskeag 


Septl 




7'Jame8 D. Marsh 


39 


do 


Dexter 


Aug. 29 




8 


William H. Petttngill 


22 


do 


Cape Elizab'h 


Nov, I 





APPBNDIX ]>• 



885 



Betara of Capt Albert G. Barton, Company I, Sixth Renment Infentiy, BCaino 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the raomiDg of December 1st, 1861, to- 
pether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Cbmpany iince 

i It entered the serrice of the United States on the fifteenth day of July, 1861. 

W. H. STANCHFIELD, Captain. 









^i 


Muttr'd 




Namec 


i 


RMidenee. 


M 


into 


Reniuki. 




<_ 




U.S.Ser. 




0OMMI8B*D OFFIOBIU. 


1 




Albert 6. Borton, 


45 Oldtown 


M 


July 15 


Resigned. 


BeniyR. Soper, 


46, do 


M 


do 




Wm. H. Stanchfield. 


34,MUo 


M 


do 


Promoted to Captain. 


SBROSANTS. 


1 








Daniel W. Freeze, 


34 0rono 


M 


do 


Promoted to 2d Lieutenant. 


Zenas B. Pntnam, 


29 Oldtown 


M 


do 


Sick at home. 


Iiycargos Smith, 


22| do 


S 


do 


Promoted, to 1st 8erge«nt. 


James H. Norria, 


2i;Milford 


S 


do 


James S. Lane. 


26 Oldtown 


M 


do 




OOBPOBAUI. 










Amos P. McKenney, 


22 Lincoln 


S 


do 




William Doe, 


44;Milfonl 


M 


do 




James 8. Knowlton, 


21 Liberty 


S 


do 




Georee H. Norton, 
Bradford Lnf kin, 


21 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




22 


Anoka, Min. 


S 


do 




Alvin B. Hndson, 


37 


fiancor 


S 


do 




Calvin T. Livermore, 


22 Sebec 


s 


do 




Elias M. Ketch. 


28 Lincoln 


s 


do 




MUBIGIAirS. 












Nathaniel R. Witham, 
John W. Davis. 


38 
18 


Bangor 
Portland 


M 

s 


do 
do 




WAOOMEB. 






, 






Joseph Doe. 


42 


Milford 


s 


do 




PBIYITES. 












Blackman, Joseph C. 
Barrett, Justus J. 


25 


Oldtown 


s^ 


do 




29 


do 


M 


do 




Benner, Payson 


19 


Waldoboro' 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Brown, Cyrus P. 
Brown, William H. 


21 


Newport 


s 


do 


21 


Milo 


s 


do 




Croxford, Aaron 


22 


Newbnrg 


s 


do 




Chamberlain, Lanr. G. 


19 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 




Chamberlain, Henry H. 


22 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 




Clark, Edwanl P. 


23 


Uoulton 


s 


do 




Crosby, Eben 
Crosman, Lyman E. 


25 

25 


. do 
Oldtown 


s 
s 


do 
do 


Promoted to Sergeant 


Clark, Clement M. . 


27 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Cilley, Alonzo 


24 


do 


s 


do 




Comean, Desire 


20 Oldtown 


s 


do 




Davis, Eliphalet N. 


34 do 


s 


do 




Davis, Newman A 


24 Veazie 


s 


do 




Davis, Daniel 


38 Oldtown 


s 


do 




Eaton, John W. 


34 do 


M 


do 




Emery, William 


46 Lagrange 


M 


do 




Emery, Samuel, Jr., 


22| Veazie 


8 


do 




Elliot, Franklin J. 


18;Sebec 


s 


do 


Sick in eamp. 




26,Greenbnsh 


S 


do 




Esterbrook, Joseph W. 


21 Bangor 


S 


do 




Frost, Mark 


4l|Medford 


M 


do 




Gilmore, Martin V. B. 


21 Turner 


S 


do 




Gardiner, George 


21 Sebec 


S 


do 






45 Lee 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Graffam, Oliver 


45 Oldtown 


M 


do 




Gould, Samuel 


23 Linnens 


S 


do 




Hinkley, Oscar B.W. 


18 


Oldtown 


S 


do 





ABJIITAHT-GXIIBtAL'S BBPOBT. 



Eetum of Company /, Sktih RegimeM, (Oontinued.') 



Hanif, Hnekiah B. 
Holbrook, J«Me 
Home, Qeoige W. 
Hall, Thomas L. 
Harris, Hoekiah F. 
Hughes, Charles A. 
Hatch, John B. 
Hallowell, Daniel 
Jefferds, Rafas 
Jenness, Walter B. 
Jenness, Mark C. 
Johnson, Charles W. 
Keith, DaTid B. 
Knapp, Owen 
Kennedy, Alden 
Keith, Joeeph L. 
Keen, William A. 
LishemesB, Benj. C. 
Lyon, SylTester F. 
I^ngley, Asa 
Libtej, Angostos 
Lane, James A 
Leaid, Edmnnd 
Miles, Andrew J. 
McCallam, Thomas 
McCrystle, Patrick 
Kerrick, David C. 
Mack, Washington B. 
Mooney, John 
Powell, Isaac 
Pratt, Isaac 
Biggs, Joseph W. 
Randall Nathl P. 
Smith, Thomas P. 
Stinson, Leander C. 
Stm^evant, Thos. B. 
Sleeper, Qooige W. 
Sibley, WtlUam T. . 
Staples, Samael 
Stevens, Samael F. 
Scribner» Isaiah B. 
Soper, James B. 
Spencer, Oreen C. 
Templeton, Thomas 
Tamer, Joseph 
White, William J. 
Waterbary, Isaac R. 
Whitney, David C. 
Webster, Wdliam W- 







i 


UQgtt*4 




i 


MmUMM. 


into 


l^ank.. 


44 


Oldtown 


M Jalyl5| 




31 


Sebec 


S 


do 




S4 


Lee 


S 


do 




21 


Lincoln 


S 


do 




96 


OMtown 


S 


do 




23 


do ' 


S 


do 


Sick in cunp. 


84 


MarittvUla 


S 


do 




21 


Windsor 


S 


do 




18 


Foxcroft 


S 


do 


Siekincunpw 


21 


Hermon 


s 


do 




18 


Pa8sadamk*g 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


31 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




44 


do 


M 


do 




22 


N. Portland 


S 


do 




26 


Greenbosh 


M 


do 




22 


Oldtown 


8 


do 


• 


23 


Chester 


S 


do 




32 


Oldtown 


S 


do 




21 


Uncoln 


S 


do 




46 


Medfoid 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 


22 


China 


S 


do 




21 


Bangor 


S 


do 




24 


Oldtown 


s 


do 




34 


do 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 


32 


Searsport 


M 


do 




35 


Bangor 


M 


do 




44 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




34 


do 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 
Dischaiged for disability. 


27 


Hoalton 


S 


do 


28 


Oldtown 


M 


do 


Tiansfeired to Penn. Cavaliy. 


21 


do 


S 


do 




23 


Milford 


s 


do 




22 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




45 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




26 


do 


s 


do 




38 


Dexter 


M 


do 




25 


HaveriU,Ms. 


S 


do 




21 


Oldtown 


s 


do 




21 


Newbnrg 


s 


do 




24 


Belfast 


M 


do 




45 


Bangor 


M 


do 




20 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




21 


Milford 


S 


do 




23 


do 


M 


do 




21 


Lincoln 


S 


do 


Sick hi camp. 


27 


Bangor 
HowUnd 


S 


do 




35 


s 


do 


Discharged for disibflily. 


19|Linooln 


s 


do 




2Q 


i do 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 



APPENDIX D, 837 

Meeegntalatian of CampaTMfl^ Siocth Regiment Ltfantry^ Maine Voluntnrs. 





PnWBtlfcAlMUt. 




Friaon- 
en. 


De- 

CMMd. 


Diff- 


TL^ 


Tnma. 
ferrad. 






nifof 

Duty. 


Sick. 


Kin«d. 


ebugad. aartad. 


TolaL 


Mosidaiif & Wagoner 
PriTStes 


a 

la 
a 

65 


1 
10 








1 

1 
3 




1 


3 
13 

3 
79 


Total 


81 


11 








5 


I 


98 


Condensed Morning Report^ J)ecember lity 1861. 



PaSSBITTi 




Present Orgamzation of^ Company. 



f 




— 






Data of 




i 


Namaa. 


1 


Rank. 




Rank or 

Appcrfnt- 

niant. 


Bamarin. 


1 




34 


Captain 
UtLient 


Milo 


Oct. 11 




2 


Henry R. Soper 


46 


Oidtown 


May 4 




3 


Daniel W.Pieese 


34 


adlieat. 


Orono 


Oct. 11 




1 


Lycniyna Smith 


22 


Sergeant 


Oidtown 


OctU 




2 


Zenaa B. Putnam 


29 


do 


July 14 


Absent on fnrlongh. 


3 


Eben Crosb;^ 
Jamet H. Nforris 


25 


do 


Honlton 


Oct 11 




4 


21 


do 


Milford 


'T' 




6 


Jamea S. Lane 


26 


do 


Oidtown 




1 

a 


Amoa P. McKenney 
William Doe 


22 
44 


Co^ 


Lincoln 
Mtlfoid 


'V* 




SiJunes S. Knowlton 


21 


dD 


Liberty 


do 




4 George H. Norton 

5 Bradford Lnfkin 


21 


do 


Oidtown 


do 




22 


do 


Anoka. ^Gn. 


do 




6 Alvin B Hadson 


37 


do 


Bangor 


do 




7;Cd7iD T. Livermore 


22 


do 


Sebec 


do 




8 


Eliaa M. Ketch 


28 


do 


Lincoln 


do 





888 



adjittant-gshkral's bspobt. 



Betrnm of Capt Theodore Carey, Companjr K, Sixth B/eg^mmt Inhntrj, Kaina 
Volnnteers, expressing its condition on the morning of Becerober Ist, 1 861, to- 
gether with a record of the chances that hare taken place in the Company since il 
entered the senrice of the United States, on the fifteenth day of JnW, 1861. 

THEODORE CARET, Captain. 



= 


i 




ci 


Mastr»d 


Names. 


SssldMie*. 


ie 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




xs 


UASer. 




commibb'd OrFICSBS. 












Theodore Carey, 


48 


Eastport 


M 


JulylS 


Thomas P. Roach, 


26 


do 


M 


do 


Charles Day. 


42 


do 


M 


do Sick in camp. 


BBSOBAHT8. 












John B. Waid, 


28 


do 


S 


do 




George H. Patterson, 
Charles T. Witherell, 


29 
23 


do 
do 


M 

S 


do 
do 




Thatcher Vose, 


22 


Robbinston 


S 


do 




Samuel H. Wheeler. 


18 


Eastport 


s 


do 




COBP0RAL8. 












George W. Corbett, 


32 


do 


s 


do 




Francis £. Sabine, 


30 


do 


M 


do 




Robert H. Gibson, 


30 


do 


M 


do 




Harrison Hackings, 


21 


do 


S 


do 




Joseph Whelplcy, 


26 


do 


s 


do 




Leri Flood, 


30 


Alexander 


s 


do 




Thomas N. Kerr, 


26 


Robbinston 


S 


do 




James Hutchison. 


22 


Eastport 


s 


do 




MUSICIANB. 












Stephen Canfield, 


19 


N. Y. City 


s 


do 




Frederic Tacker. 


19 


Eastport 


s 


do 




WAOONBB. 












William D. Clark. 


24 


Alexander 


s 


do 




FBITATBB. 












Anderson, Geoige 


31 


Eastport 


M 


do 




Apt, Daniel, Jr., 
Allan, Nathaniel S. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




29 


Marion 


s 


do 




Andrews, Daniel 


24 


Eastport 


M 


do 




Archer, Geoige A. 
Allen, William H. 
Bates, William H. a 
Brown, George 


21 


do 


M 


do 


Deserted, Oct 10. 


26 Brunswick 
25{Eastport [I. 
22 Cenierville,R. 


s 

S 


do 
do 
do 


Dischaiged for disability. , 


Bryan, John 0. 


29 Halifax, N. S. 


s 


do 


* 


Bnrke, Peter 
Brooks, Thomas 


21 
19 


Prov. R. I. 
Lubec 


s 
s 


do 
do 


DiBcbaiged for disability. 


Bagley, Daniel W. 


18 


E. Macbias 


s 


do 




Chester, Peter 


21 


Robbinston 


s 


do 




Clark, Cyrene M. 
Cross, John H. 


44 

20 


Bridge water, 
Alexander! Ct 


M 

s 


do 
do 


Dischaiged for disability. . 

« CC tt 


Connell, John 


19 


Halifax, N. S. 


s 


do 




Cnnningham, Allen 


19 


Edmonds 


s 


do 




Coffin, Albert P. 


2diLabec 


M 


do 






19;Calais 


8 


do 




Demott, Joseph H. 


42 


Eastport 


8 


do 




Dugan, Patrick 


19 


do 


8 


do 




Dann, Geoige S. 


18 


do 


8 


do 




Davy, Edmand 


28, Charlotte 


8 


do 




Drew, Calef W. 


18 


Whitneyville 


8 


do 




Daus, Frederic 


27 


Monkton,NB. 


8 


do 




Dyer, George W. 


24 


Bmnswick 


8 


do 




Foster, Alonso 


23 


Marion 


8 


do 




Frost, Benjamin 


24 


Alexander 


8 


do 




Gray, John A. 
Hinkley, Jacob 8. 


28 
32 


Eastport 
do 


8 
M 


dtt 
do 





APPBNDIX J>. 



3S9 



Return of Company JT, Sixth Regiment^ QContinued.^ 



Binton, William 
Hammond, Charles 
Hayman, Madison B. 
Hamiiman, Emile 
Jones, Thomas 
Johnson, Frank E. 
Eimhall, Lorenzo 8. 
McAllister, George 
McHance, William 
McI>onald, Peter 
MeGoren, John 
McGiil, Thomas 
MolhoUand, Samuel 
Mangnm, Hugh 
Meyer, Henri 
Nelson, Charles 
O'Brien, WilUam 
Potter, Andrew J. 
PMter, Robert R. P. 
Potter, Fergus 
Parker, Robert F. 
Perkins, Martin 
Pike, Jeremiah K. 
Renshaw, John W. 
Riee» Stephen, Jr., 
Roberts, Josiah 
Rntherford, Samnel 
Rtlej, Geoige 
Short, Edward J. 
Smith, Cyms N. 
Smith, Samnel L. 
Seeley, George W, 
Sweet, Gilman A. 
Seeley, Solomon W. 
Sharkey, Thomas 
Sadler, Thomas 
Stittson, William 
Stiles, Charles 
Thompson, Hngh 
Ure, Allen 
White, Chas. 
Welch, Richsrd 
Goad, Joseph 
Warton, William 



Robbinston 

Eastport 

Robbinston 

Eastport 

Alexander 

Robbinston 

Eastport 

Robbinston 

Eastport 

Pictou, N. S. 

Saoo 

Machias 

Perry 

Eastoort 

Monkton^B. 

Bolton, Eog. 

Lnbec 

Eastport 

do 

do 

do 
Alexander 
Portland 
Eastport 
Robbinston 
Northfield 

do 
Halifax, N. S 
Eastport 
Charlotte 

do 
Edmonds 
Eastport 
Edmonds 
Eastport 
Alexander 
Portland 

do 
Eastport 
Calais 
Boston 
Portland 
Eastport 
Buifalo,N.Y. 



^A 


Mu»tr*d 


u 


into 
USStr. 


s 
s 


July 15 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


Aag.28 


8 


do 



lUmarkt. 



Discharged for disability. 



Discharged for disability. 



Sick at Washington. 



840 ABJTJTAirraENERAL'S BSPOBT. 

Beeapihdation of O&mpany K^ Sbeih Regiment Lifamtryy Maine Volunieen. 





PraMnt it Alw0Bt* 


ffiiifii, 


0IB. 


D9- 


fM^ 


iertML 


ICINO* 






fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


CMaed. ^ diftrgvd. 


TonL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-ConH. Officers 
Mosidans & Wagoner 
Friyatee 


2 
13 

3 
67 


1 








6 


1 




3 
13 

3 
74 


Total 


85 


1 






6 


1 




93 



Qmdemed Morning Report^ December l<f, 1861. 



Pebixitt. 



Fob Dutt. 



Sick. 



§1 
II 
II 



2 10 51 63| 



Oh 

BrnciAi. 
Dutt. 



In 
Abbmt. 



6 7 



I 

O S5 



Aatsirr. 



BiCK. 



09 

SPXCIAI. 
SSBTIOX. 



r 

SI 



SI73 1 



II 



II 






.1 



II 



4 77 





Present Orgcmizatian of the Company. 




•~" 










Date of 




1 


Namat. 

Theodore Carej 
Thomas P. Roach 
Charles Day 


1 


Rank. 


RMideaoa. 


Rank or 

Appoint- 

moDU 


BMiaiks. 


1 

2 

3 

1 
2 
3 

4 
6 


48 
26 
42 


Captain 
1st Lieat. 
2d Lieut. 


Eastport 
do 
do 


do 


Sick aft PhOadelpliia 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 








t 







APPJSSTPIZ P. 
SEVENTH REGIMENT. 



841 



Bdaanqfonginal FM and Siajf Officen of SevmUh BtginmU btfimtry^Maim VdunUen^ 
akowhng ckanga which have taken place bjf pronufUonf rwgnation, or othenmae^ nnct 
tHiem^ tervice of the Omtod Statu, 



JtMm^ "^••i^PP^"'^ 



Edwin C. Mason 

Thomas H. Marshall 
Selden Comior 
Thomas W. Hyde 
Sltjah D. Johnson 
John K. RosaeU 
Thomas C. Barker 
F. M. Ereleth 
James A. Varaej 
Andrew W. Foller 
Chas. B. Whittemora 
Fmaklin Glazier 
Albert L. Frye 
Alonzo Gainam 
Geo. M. Bodge 



Colonel 



Portland 



Colonel BelfiMt 

Lieat.-Oolone] Fairfield 
Major Bath 

Adjutant Lewiston 

Qnartermaster Skowhegan 
Saigeon Bangor 

Awt-Snrgeon Presqnelsle 
Chaplain China 

8ergt.-Migor Winslow 
Q'rro'r.-Sergt Angnsta 
Com'y-Sergt Hafiowell 
Hosp. Ste^rard Lewiston 
Dmm-Migor Honlton 
Fife-Mijor Naples 



Ang. 82, 1861 

Sept S, 1861 
Aug. M, 1861 
Aog. 82, 1861 
Ang. 26, 1861 
Aug. 26, 1861 
Aug. 21, 1861 
Ang. 21, 1861 
Sept. 6,1861 



Re8ig'dAng.ai,186l 
Re4ipp'd Not. 6, " 
Deceased at Balti- 
[mora, Oct 2ft, 1661 

Besigiiad. 



BEGDffiNTAL BAND. 



•NamOT. 

• 


Suk. 




Date of Mutter 
Into U. 8. 8«nr. 


BwDsiin. 


Bmerr D. Inipahaai 


Leader 
Musician 


Badi 

Vassalboto' 


Aug, 22, 1861 

do \ 




CalTinM. Fisher 


do 


WUliamsboig 


do 




Thomas Gill 


do 


do 


do 




Daniel Hajen 


do 


Bath 


do 




Wm. O. Brian 


do 


WilUamsbnig 


do 




Wm. W. Flammer 


do 


Springfield 
Wimamsbnig 


do 




Bkhard M. Forter 


do 


do 




D. W. Potter 


do 


Bath 


do 




WflLCBobbfns 


do 


Bath 


do 




Lewis Schoppe 
Jdm B. Tmfi 


•do 
do 


Bath 
Bath 


do 
do 




Wm. H. Webber 


do 


Georgetown 


do 




JabesETeleth 


do 


Portland 


Ang. 21, 1861 


Translhrred ttma Co. O. 


Marcos BL Sman 


do 


£. Ltrermore 


do 


Transferred ftom Co. X. 



842 



Ai>JirrAHT-asirsRAL'6 report. 



BetQin of Capt. John W. Fieen, Company A, Serendi Bcgiment In&ntry, Maine 
Volnnteert, ezpresiine its ooodition on the morning of December Itt, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that hare taken place in the Company lince it 
entered the lerrice of the United Sutea, on the twentT-firit day of Angnat, 1861. 

JOU)^ W. FREEZE, Captain. 







• 


li 


Mattr'd 


■ 


— 


Nuhm. 


i 


Saridcaee. 


into 


RMMTkl. 






< 




SSU.&8V. 






COMMISS'd 0FVICBB8. 








1 






John W. Freeze, 


27 


Houlton 


s 


Ang21 






Timothy Swan, 


23 


do 


M 


do 






Joseph G. Butler. 


23 


Presqnelsle 


S 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 




SBKOBAVT8. 














Enoch H. Pbalon, 


23 


Houlton 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 




Winfield Scott Cook, 


19 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Alonzo Guinam, 


34 


Houlton 


M 


do 


Promoted to Drum-Major. 




James Lindsej. 


21 


Litaeton 


s 


do 






OOEPOBALB. 














James McGinlej, 


20 


Houlton 


s 


do 


Promoted to Seigeant. 




Chas. N. Nelson, 


25 


Bridgewater 
Houlton 


M 


do 






Edward C. Snell, 


22 


s 


do 






Watson Hannewell, 


21 


Woodstock 


s 


do 






Almon L. Fogg, 
Sherman S. Rackliff. 


22 
21 


Washburn 
Presque Isle 


s 
s 


do 

do 


Promoted to Seigeant 




James Sjphen, 
Hadley Fairfield. 


22 


d? 


s 


do 






21 


Patten 


s 


do 






MU8IC1AX8. 














Wm. HadsoD, 


29 


Houlton 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




Thomas Wills. 


22 


do 


s 


do 






WAOOXBB. 














Albert Bessey. 


33 


do 


s 


do 






PRITATB8. 














AUen, OrviUe 


21 


No. 5, R. 6. 


s 


do 


Died at Waahfaigton Kor. la 




Allen, D. Daniel 


20 


MontTille 


s 


do 






Atherton, William 


21 


Linneus 


s 


do 






Briggs, John 


44 


Belfast 


M 


do 






Brown, M. Frank 


23 


Linneus 


s 


do 






Brown, Josiah, 


19 


do 


s 


do 






Batchelder, John 


18 


do 


s 


do 






Benn, Frederic 


21 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 


• 




Bent, William G. 


20 


Annapolis 
Fort Fairfield 


s 


do 






Bragdon, Eben. L. 


21 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Connen, Geoige W. 


27 


Littleton 


s 


do 






Danbam, Wm. H. 


19 


Monticello 


s 


do 






Dillmanf Jeremiah 


21 


Richmond 


s 


do 






Ellis, George 


21 


Lyndon 
West Town 


s 


do 






Fobs, P. Joseph 


22 


s 


do 






Fowler, Timothy 


24 


Patten 


s 


do 






Fairfield, Edward F. 


27 


Bridgewater 


s 


do 






Fuller, W. Andrew 


19 


Winslow 


s 


do 






Fogg, John H. 


24 


Washburn 


s 


do 






Gammon, Wm. H. 


21 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 


• 




Haskell, James L. 


23 


Weston 


s 


do 






Haskell, George W. 


19 


do 


s 


do 






Haines, B. Horn 
Hinds, Hiram K. 


21 


Frederickton 


s 


do 


Fifer. 




21 


Bridgewater 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Hunter, Benj. F. 
Hundey, Abiel D. 


22 


Hodgdon 
Morrill PI. 


s 


do 


do 




24 


s 


. do 


do 




Jackson, John H. 


22 


Ox Bow 


s 




Deserted. 




Jackson, W. Randall 


21 


Bridgewater 


s 


do 


- 




Jameson, James 


21 


Albion 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Johnson, Capen W. 
Keating, Richard 


21 


RobbinstoQ 


s 


do 






81 


Uonlton 


8 


do 







APPENDIX O. 



843 



Return of Company Ay Seventh Regiment j ( Coniintied.') 



Koowleo, Wm. H. 
Kimtwii, Richard H. 
Kimball, Samuel Q. 
Kimball, Andrew 
Kimball, Wm. S. 
Kelley, Wm. P. 
Lee, John 

Langfield, £. William 
MclAiighlin, Amos K. 
McKensie, Norman 
Lewn, James 
Merritt, Au^i^istas 
MarehaU, MelviUe 
Mallen, John 
Nores, Charles H. 
Kelson, Allen 
Phalon, John A. 
Parsons, B. Lather 
Famrons, John W. 
Palmer, Uriah F. 
Powers, B. Thos. 
Palmer, Moses, Jr., 
Plnnkett, John 
Bojall, Rnssell 
Bicfaardson, William 
Bichardsonf Da?id S. 
Boncon, John 

Sawin, Sanford M. 

Shields, John 

Smith, William L. 

Smith, Wm. L. 

Sjphers, Albion 

SalliTan, James 

Thibadore, Albert 

TyrreU, C. Ira 

Vance, Bobert 

Williams, James D. 
"While, L. Geom 

Wolhampter, U. Chas. 

Wood, Joseph 

Polan, Michael ^ 

Forrest, Michael 

Korris, Bichard 

Boggles, Joseph 



Masardis 

Linnens 
Patten 

do 
Fremont 
Weston 
Limerick 
Houlion 
Edmonds 
Houlton 

do 
Lyndon 
Linnens 
Honlton 
Patten 
Bridgewater 
Houlton 
Lyndon 
Easton 
Patten 

do 
Fort Fairfield 
Benedicta 
Patten 
Weston 
Greenbuig 
Dexter 
Caraboo 
Linneus 
Milo 
Houlton 

do 

do 

Fort Kent 
Linneus 
Lyndon 
Houlton 
Fort Kent 
Monticello 
Meddybemps 
Houlton 

do 

Fort Fairfield 
Weston 



iMuairM 

into 

J.S^r. 

Aag.21 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Oct 24 
Sep. 18 
Oct. S4 
AQg.21 



Died at Baltimore Oct. 23. 

Promoted to Corporal. 

Sick at camp. 
Promoted to Corporal. 



Sick at camp. 

Sick at Washington. 

Promoted to Corporal. 



Sick at camp. 

Died at Baltimore Dec. 1st 
Sick at Hospital. 



Sick at camp, 
do 



Sick at camp. 



S44 ADJUTANT-QBKERAXi'S BEPOBT. 

JieccqntulaHon of Company A, Seventh Begiment JhfafUry^Mmne VehmUtn. 





PreMnt k. Abflent. 




PriMO- 


ceaaed. 


Dis- 
cbtrgMl. 


D«- 
•erted. 


Tnuw- 
ramd* 


1 




Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


TteaL 


CommiBsioned Officers 
Non-Com. Offioen 
Masiciaos & Wagoner 
PrivateB 


2 

la 

S 
55 


1 
15 






3 




1 




S 
U 

3 
74 


Total 


78 


16 






a 




1 




99 


• 
Condensed Morning Report, December lit, 1861. 













PUABHT. 


















Abmict. 












Oh 


In 
Auivr. 






Or 




FsB Uttt. 


BlGI. 


Spkoiai. 

DUTT. 




Sick. 


Spboiai, 
Sbbticb. 




i 

< 




I 






\ 








1 




i 




i 






i 




1 


^ 






^1 






e 


1 




i 


§ 




1 


si§ 




e 


o 




'1 


^ 














"^ 




2 |0 § 








III 

S,3 


;, 


9 

1 


1 

^ 


1 

< 


St 

1:1 


i 


< 




1 


1 

5 


; 


1 


1 

< 


^ 


1 

E 

1 


1 

2 


11 

II 
II 


! 

> 


2 


13 


57 


71 




10 


10 




1 










81 


1 1 




5 




1. 


1 


i 8.89 



Present Organization of the Compang. 



NaiD6«. 



John W. Freeze 
Timothy Swan 
Joeeph G. Batler 

Almon L. Fogg 
Enoch H. Phalon 
Winfield Scott Cook 
James Lindser 
James McGinlej 



1 Charles N. Nelson 
S Watson Hannewell 

I James Syphere 
41 Sherman S. Rackliff 
5' Hadlej Fairfield 
6iWilliamP. Kdlj 

7 Angustos Merritt 

8 Samoel Q. Kimhall 



28; Captain 
24 IstLient 
24 2d lieot. 

22' Sergeant 
23, do 
19! do 
211 do 
20i do 



22' 

2l| 
21! 
25| 
20 
21 



RMidMiee. 



Honlton 

do 
Presqoelsle 

Washhnm 
Honlton 
Prasqae Isle 
Littleton 
Houltoa 



25, Corporal Bridgewater 
21 i do I Woodstock 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Presooe Isle 

Patten 
Weston 
Ljndon 
Patten 



Date of 



Appoint- 
meat. 



Jime3 
do 
do 

Ang. 21 
June 3 

do 

do 
jAng. 31 

Aug. 31 

do 

do 

do 
Aog. 10 
Aog.31 

do 
Oct. 31 



APPBKDtX D. 



845 



Betoni of C<pt James P. Jones, Company B, Seventh Re|iraent Infantry, Maine 
Volunteen, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since It 
entered the serrke of the United States, on the twenty-first day of Aagnst, 1861. 

JAMES P. JONES, Captaia. 





^ IS^ 


MMtr'd 




NamM. 


1 


Rsiidaace. 


II 


into 
l7A8«r. 


RMnarks. 


COMMias'D OFVIOBBS. 












James P. Jones, 


26 


China 


M 


AogJIl 




William L. HaskeU, 


25 Poland | 


M 


do 


Recmiting. 


KUH-Webher, 


29 


China 


8 


do 




BBBOBAKT8. 






^ 






George L. Corliss, 


28 


Tarmonth 


S 


do 


Transferred to Co. D. 


Horace P. Pilce, 


18 


Angosta 


S 


do 


Discharged. 
Died at Baltimore. 


James S. Femald, 


27 


Damariacotta 


M 


do 


Richard Look, 


44 


Bath 


M 


do 


Dischareed. 

Acting Orderly Seigeant 


John C. McKenney. 


29 


Phipsbnig 


M 


do 


CORPOBALB. 












Joseph M. Penney, 
Lemuel C. Small, 


25 


Watenrille 


8 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


26 


Bmnswick 


S 


do 


« f( 


L. K. Plnmmer, 


18 


Jefferson 


S 


do 


M « 


Calrin F. Parker, 


26 


Norridgewock 


S 


do 


<t « 


Andrew Bisbee, 


24 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


WUiiam R. Croshy, 


30 


Phipsbnig 


M 


do 




C. C. Shillings. 


22 


Dead River 


S 


do 


Died at Baltimore, Not. 1, 


MI7810IAX8. 












Charles C. Roberts, 


21 


Bmnswick 


s 


do 




Somner R. Tarboz. 


16 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




WAQOHBB. 














32 


W.Gardiner 


M 


do 




PRITATBB. 












Anstin, Charles F. 


21 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




AUen, Eben F. 


34 


Bath 


s 


do 




Barbeaox, Charles J. 


87 


Skowhegan 


M 


do 




Blacklock, James S. 


40 


Bath 


M 


do 




Bmxell, Daniel W. 


21 


Vassalboit)' 


S 


do 




"Bngg, Lorenzo 


19 


Skowhegan 


S 


do 




Chase, Josiah 


46 


Pbipsbnrg 


M 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 


Oark, Timothy 


20 


Boothbay 


M 


do 




Oookie, Lewis 


20 


Skowh^an 


S 


do 




Conner, Leiri 


24 


Pittston 


s 


do 




Crawford, John E. 


18 


Warren 


s 


do 




Crawford, Thomas 


18 


Bath 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Dsggett, James O. 
Dnnlap, Martin 


19 
35 


Embden 
Bmnswick 


s 

M 


do 
do 


Died at Washington, Nor. 15. 


Eklen, John C. 


22 


Belfast 


M 


do 


• 


Ellis. Hiram 


22 


Rangely 


s 


do 




Fales, Nelson 8. 


23 


Thorn aston 


s 


do 




French, George H. 
GUbert, Van T. 


18 


Somerrille 


s 


do 


, 


21 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




Graai» Addison 


18 


Frankfort 


s 


do 




Gray, George 
Hall, DaTid B. 


18 
19 


Windsor 
Camden 


s 
s 


do 
do 




Hatch, H. M. 


27 


Lewiston 


8 


do 




Hawes, Chaiies B. 


20 


Union 


S 


do 




Horn-, N. B. 


20 


Rangely 


S 


do 




Holhmok, W. H. 


20 


Embden 


S 


do 




Hntchinson, J. F. 


17 


Manchester 


8 


do 




Kempton, J. W. 


19 


Rangely 


S 


do 




Kimball, George 


20 Bath 


S 


do 




Kittredge, Frank 


18 Norridgewock 


s 


do 




Knight, A. J. 


20 


Jefferson 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 



28 



346 



abjutaht-okhbral's kxpobt. 



Return of Company By Seventh Regiment^ ( Continued.) 





i 




\IC MustrM 


HlllMlf 


gwldsfii. 


j ^ » into KMmk& 




< 




'liU^ajBtrr. 


L«ie, Joseph W. 


22|jefferB0n 


S tAug.2lj 


LiimeU, Henry H. 


23 


Skowhegan 


S 


do 


DisdiargedfordisabiUty. 


LiDoeil, John 


26 


do 


s 


do 




LitdeAeld, George fiL 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Lowell, Thomas 


19 


Comrtlle 


s 


do 




Lrons, Georse 
BLihonej, J<mn 


18 
18 


Readfield 
Augusta 


s 
s 


do 

do 


SickalciMnp- 


Merrow, Timoihj 


18 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




Moodr, James 


15 


Brunswick 


« 


do 




Moore, H. A. 


18 


Madison 


s 


do 


Died al camp, Dec. 3. 


Murphy, Jeremiah 




Augusta 


s 






Nichols, Alphonzo 


19 


Detroit 


s 


do 




Noyes, David 


23 


Pownal 


s 


do 




Parker, William B. 


20 


Skowhegan 


s 


do 




Pepper, Joseph 


27 


Bath 


M 


do 




Pierce, Stephen 












Reed, Reuben 


19 


Skowhegan 
Hallowell 


s 


do 




Richards, F. S. 


46 


M 


do 




Robinson, William A. 


21 


Vassalboro* 


s 


do 




Rogers, Thomas 


20 


Bath 


s 


do 




Rouse, Ambrose 


26 


Dallas 


s 


do 




Sawtelle, Thomas 


21 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Simmons, Spooner 


27 


HalloweU 


M 


do 




Simmons, Stephen 


50 


do 


M 


do 




Skolfield, John 


33 


Bath 


M 






SmaU, Charles M. 


18 


do 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Stewart, George 


19 


China 


s 


do 




Taylor, George E. 


19 


Bingham 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Timmins, Grossman 


21 


Bath 


s 


do 




Tboits, C. R. 


18 


Pownal 


s 


do 




Tobey, B. M. 


22 


Bath 


s 


do 




Vamum, D. P. 


34 


lAadison 


s 


do 




Wakefield, A. B. 


19 


Gardiner 


s 


do 




Waterman, John 


43 


N.Anson 


s 


do 




Wease, C. L. C. 


22 


Pittston 


s 


do 




Webber, WiUiam H. 












Welch, Hialmer M. 


19 


Flagstaff 
Highland 


s 


do 




Wills, Isaac T. 


19 


s 


do 




Withee, Charles B. 


19 




s 


do 




Wlthee, Xanthns 


22 


do 


s 


do 




York, William H. 


29 


Skowhegan 


M 


do 




Snllivan, James 


18 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Rowe, W. J. 


18 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




Reed, Harrison 


24 Windsor 


s 


Aug.22 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Perkins, William H. 


35 


Bath 


s 






Galasha, Thomas A. 


28 


Lisbon 


M 








35 


Phipsbnrg 


M^Sept 1 




Gage, Samuel H. 


19 


Augusta 


S ' 


Oct. 1 1 





APPENDIX B. S47 

JUeapiiulaHon of Company BySwe^Uh Regiment Infantry ^ Maine Volunieerg, • 





PraMnt k, AlMeot. 




Priwn- 


TWi. 


nt. 


Da. 


TlUM- 

femd. 


• 




Fit for 
Duty. 


nek. 


KiUed. 


ceased, cherged. 

1 


•erted. 


ToUL 


Commissioiied Officers 

Mntidang & Wagoner 
Priratet 


8 

9 

S 

55 


3 

la 






5 






4 


3 
12 

3 
77 


Total 


70 


16 






6 ! 




4 


95 


Condensed Morning Report^ December l$t^ 1861. 



Pkubht. 



W<k% Ehrrt. 




Si ox. 









i 




III 
Akbxit. 




AetBifT. 



Bicft. 



Ox 
0-rBcitL 



1,1 



< 

ft 



Present Organization of the Company. 



1 James P. Jones 
SWilliam L. Haskell 
S.Eli H. Webber 



1 John C. McKenney 

2 Joseph M. Pennr 
3jLemael C. Small 

4 Lincoln K. Plammer 

5 CydTin F. Parker 



1 Andrew Bisbee 
S WUliam R. Crosby 
3 George E. Taylor 



Thomas Crawifbrd 
Harrison Reed 
Charles M. Small 



I 



Captain 
UtLient 
2d Lieut 



Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 



25 Corporal 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



China 

Poland 

China 



Phipsbnrg 

Waterville 

Brunswick 

Jefferson 

Norridgewock 



Norridgewock 

Phipsburg 

Bingham 

Bath 

Windsor 

Bath 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 



Aug. 8 
do 



Not. 9 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 23 
Nov. 9 
Dec4 



Aug. 8 

Sept. 1 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 23 



Remarks. 



Becmiting. 



848 



ASJUTAHT-eKKSBAL'S BSPCna. 



of C^ Cliailet T>. Gifaiiore, Conpaiij C, Seirtntii Rcgimcot Infimtrr, Maine 
Volanteera, expremng ito oonditkm ob the raoniiii^ of Decfnber 1st, i861, t«K 
gedier with a record of the cfaaiiges that have takes place in the Compaaj i ' 
•Bierad the senrioe of the Uiiited States, on the tweaty^nt daj of August, ii 



CHABLB 



GlfjfOki, Upiahi. 



oommiss'd officbrb. 
Charles D. Gilmore, 
John A. Bachelder, 
Albert P. Titcomb. 

SBROBAHTS. 

Andrew M. Benson, 
Charles Lowell, 
Fmak B. Holden, 
Eli KcLanghlin, 
John F. Tobin. 

COBPOBALB. 

Warren A. McPheierB, 
Joseph Lahig, 
Ira F. StinchiieM, 
DaTid H. Barker, 
George B. McKennej, 
Albimi A. lleeser, 
Banford Brace, 
Allen L. Harnioflu 

MCmiCIAVS. 

William A. Taylor, 
8. T. Stewart 

WaOOHBR. 

Willuun Kennedy. 

PBITATBB. 

Annis, Morrill 
Bither, Major W. 
Balf, Stephen 
Betters, Felix 
Bnigg, Geoige E. 
Cressey, Darid B. 
Carney, James 
Cnrtis, Albert T. 
Doble, Roscoe 
DoUoff, James 
Dougherty, Thomas 
Dougherty, Chutes H. 
Flemming, John 
Famham, Charles M. 
Fish, Thomas 
Grover, George H. 
Gates, Albert F. 
Gates, Aognstine 
Gray, Warren 
Hatchy Andrew J. 
Holmes, Jacob 
Harris, William W. 
Haynes, Lnther 
Haynes, Ashbiuy F, 
Hull, Oliver 
Hanscomb, John 
Jordan, Edwin 
Kinsell. Geoige 
Libbey, Thomas 8. , 
Lombard, Orrin 







ei 


MiwtrMi 


• Vmiimf, 


ia 


into 


< 


Z3 


UJSJBn: 


40 Bangor 


' ! 

M Ane^i; 


87 01dtown 


M 


do 


24 


Lincoln 


S 


do 


26 


Oldtown 


s 


do 


26 


do 


s 


do 


24 


Baagor 


s 


do 


21 


Oldtown 


s 


do 


21 


Uneohi 


s 


do 


24 


LoweU [keag 


s 


do 


53 


Passadnm- 


M 


do 


21 


Uncoln 


s 


do 


21 


MariaWUe 


s 


do 


22 


Enfield 


s 


do 


21 


do 


8 


do 


22 


Lmeoln 


8 


do 


22 


Winn 


8 


do 


26 


Burlington 


8 


do 


16 


Oldtown 


8 


do 


27 


do 


M 


do 


26 


Oldtown 


8 


do 


21 


Linnens 


8 


do 


30 


Lincoln 


8 


do 


41 


Oldtown 


8 


do 


22 


Dixmont 


S 


do 


20 


Winn 


S 


do 


38 


Oldtown 


s 


do 


20 


Enfield 


8 


do 


19 


Lincoln (keag 


8 


do 


51 


Passadum- 


M 




26 


Oldtown 


8 


do 


37 


do 


M 


do 


18 


Lincoln 


8 


do 


26 


Edinbarg 


8 


do 


26 


Oldtown 


8 


do 


18 


Drew PI. 


8 


do 


22 


Burlington 


8 


do 


SO 


Lincoln 


8 


do 


32 


Enfield 


M 


do 


31 


Lincoln 


8 


do 


25 


Swanyille 


8 


do 


23 


Oldtown 


8« 


do 


20 


Paasadnm- 


8 


do 


18 


do [keag 


8 


do 


27 


Oldtown 


8 


do 


48 


Milford 


M 


do 


29 


Bradley 


8 


do 


ift 


Oldtown 


8 


do 


42 


Lincoln 


M 


do 


20 


do 


8 


do 



Sick at fiabimoTO. 
Sick at Camp. 
Sick at Camp. 

Sick at Camp. 
Dischaiged for Disability. 



Died BtBaltiflMrB, KoTOibcr 7. 



Died Bt Camp, Notdaber SO. 



APPENDIX D. 



849 



Betum of Company fi Seventh Regiment, dConiinued.^ 



LjTon, JohnstoD 

liutt, Octaras 
Ljon, JoMph 
Leooard, Milan 
MicebeU, Benj. W. 

McMallen, Duncan 
McKay, Moses W. 
Moreaa, Joseph 
Naib, Boyail 
Neddo, Joseph 
CKBrien, Frank 
Potter, Benjamin S. 
Pood, James, Jc 
Patten, AJonio 
Palmer, Moses 
P^lkey, Edwaid 
Pklmetoh, Shepheid 
Rejnoldfi, Edward 
Rowe, Madison C. 
Bines, George W. 
Bobertt, Mvn>n B. 
Sihlej, Selden K. 
Satrjer, Arander 
ShcMnej, James 
Smith, Edwin 
Stickaey, William C. 
Thomas, James M . 
Wejmooth, Jacob 
WaneUy Osnian 
White, Hennr C. 
liury, Frsnds 
Siblej, Sttlson B. 
GoUifer, CalTiB 
King, Warren T. 
Felix, Bdward 
Cotbnth, Wm. H. 
Coffins, Davis 
Haasoomb, Frank 0. 
Lancuter, W. S. N. 
Tomer, Luther L 
Trae, AlrinB. 
Timer, Adrian E. 
Towle, James 



24 
41 
27 
22 Passadam- 



Lincoln 

do 
OldtowB 
Lincoln 
Plant No. 
Oldtown 



1» Enfield 



Barlington 
Oldtown 
do [keag 



Oldtown. 

Mattawam- 

Lincoln [ kese 

Woodrille Pi. 

Oldtown 

Carroll 

Oldtown 

do 
Winn 
Oldtown 

do 
Lincoln 
Barlington 
Oldtown 
Milford 
Newbnrg 
Springfield 
Lee 

Oldtown 
I^coln 
Lowell [keag 
Passadam- 
No. I Plant. 
Oldtown 

do 

do [lis 
Mattamiscon- 
Calais 
Milo 
Mazfield 
Lincoln 

do 

do 
Enfield 



Si 


Mwtr*d 




d? 


laio 


Rsmarks. 


»« 


U.S.8er. 


« 


S 


Aog.21 




S 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




M 


do 


• 


s 


do 




s 


do 




M 
M 


do 
do 


8ickaCCamp. 


M 


do 




M 

S 


do 
do 


Sick at Camp. 


8 
M 


do 
do 


Sick in Hospital 


S 


do 




S 


do 




s 


do 




M 


do 




s 


do 
do 


Deserted, October 12. 


s 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 
do 
do 


Died m Qnarten, NoTemb«r 17. 


M 




8 


• do 




8 


do 




8 


do 




8 


do 




M 


do 




8 


do 


• 


8 


do 




S 
8 


do 
do 


Sick at Gimp. 


8 


do 




M 


do 




8 
s 




Died at Baltimore^ 


8 






8 






S 






8 






8 




T 


8 


Ang.2l 





350 



adjotant-oeksral's rrport. 



BecapttuUdion of Company G, Seventh Regiment Lifcmtry, Maine Volunteen. 





PreMnt it AbMDL 


Killed. 


Prison- 

r 


De- 
ceMad. 


Dm- 


!)•- 


^.. 






VHfat 
Duty. 


Sick. 


etaaigsd. 


•eitwl. lenvd. 


ToiaL 


Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
FriTfttes 


3 
IS 

3 
60 


9 






4 


1 


1 




8 

13 

3 

75 


Total 


79 


9 






4 


1 


1 : 


94 



Condenaed Morning Report^ Decemher Ist^ 1861. 






Pr^ent Organization of the Compare 














Date of 




i 


NaiDM. 


< 
40 


Rank. 


Rwidwee. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 




Charles D. Gilmore 


Captain 


Banjfor 


Aug. 17 






John A. Bachelder 


37 


IstLientOldtown 


Aug. 21 






A. P. Titcomb 


24 


2d Lieat 


Lincoln 


?0 






Andrew M. Benson 


26 


Sergeant 


Oldtown 


Ang.20 






Charles Lowell 


26 


do 


do 


(to 






Prank B. Holden 


24 


do 


Bangor 


do 






Eli McLan^lin 
John F. Tobin 


27 


do 


Oldtown 


do 






21 


do 


Lincoln 


do 






Warren A. McPheters 


24 


Corporal 


Lowell 


Ang.20 






Joseph Laine 
Ira P. SUnchfield 


53 


do !Passadnm- 


lo 






22 


do ! Lincoln fkeair 


do 






David H, Barker 


21 


do 


MariaviUe 


do 






George B McKenney 


2ll do 


En6eld 


do 






AlTin A. Kesser 


22 


do 


do 


do 






Sanford Bruce 


21 


do 


Lincoln 


do 






Alien L. Harmon 


22 


do 


Winn 


do 





APPSNDIZ D. 



861 



Betnrn of Ca^t Thomas W. Hyde, Company V, Seventh B^ment In&ntiy, Maine 
Volnnteen, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the twenty-first day of Aagnst, 1861. 

HIRAM A. DALTON, Captain. 



NUDML 


l! lU^deac 


It 


Mustr>d 

into 
U.8.8«r. 


Eamarks. 


OOIOUM'd OFriGXBfl. 


1 








Thomas W. Hyde, 


21 Bath 


S 


Aug.22 


Promoted.to Major. 
" " A<^afent. 


Henry S. Hagar, 


22 Richmond 


S 


do 


Geoige E. Morse. 


22 Bath 


s 


do 




8BSOBAXT8. 


1 








George W. Annable, 


24 Angnsta 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp, oflame ancle. 
Reduced to Banks. 


James Smith, 


39 Esstport 


s 


do 


George McLellan, 


23 Bath 


s 


do 


« u 


John Simons. 


42 


Phikdelphia 


M 


do 


tt « 


MU8ICIAK8. 












William A. Brown, 




Brunswick 


8 


do 




a K. Hersey. 


45|Webeter 




do 


Sick at Camp. 


WAOOHBB. 












J. Norton, Jr. 


35 


Portland 


Si 


do 




FSIVATBB. 












Amo, Veranos M. 


28 Wales 


8 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Babb, Joseph Edwin 


22 W. Gardiner 


s 


do 




Badielder, Amos J. 


19 do 


S 


do 




Bennett, Charles 


25 Bath 


s 


do 




Biddbid, ^mdaU 


42!Pittston 


M 


do 


• 


Bowrine, Horace C. 
Bragg, Henry A. 
CaU, Joseph F. 


26 Bath * 

24{ do 


M 

S 


do 
do 


Sick at Camp. 

U tt 


21 Richmond 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Davis, WUUam 0. 


2rW. Gardiner 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant 


Douglass, George B. 


21 (Gardiner 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


Doughy, Charles 
Danbrack, William H. 


46, Durham 


s 


do 




22:Halifax,N.8. 


s 


do 




Eaton, George L. 
Edgeriy, Richard 


46 Brunswick 


M 


do 




21 Bath 


s 


do 




Farmer, William 


25 1 East Boston 


s 


do 


Deserted. 


Flanders, Benjamin F. 


21 Gardiner 


s 


do 


Sick a| Camp. 


Fox Thomas 


33 Portland 


M 


do 


Gay, Benjamin F. 


24 Bath 


s. 


do 


Reduced from Corporal 


Goodwin, Charles A. 


24Dresden 


8 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant 


Green, Edward K. 


28,Saco 


8 


do 




Hinckley, Alonzo ^ 


25;Vassalboro' 


8 


do 




Hodaon, WUliam B. 


26 Brunswick 


8 


do 




Hnnter, Charles C. 


29Topsham 


8 


do 




Jaqaith, Orison D. 


26 Gardiner 


8 


do 




Jones, Calvin 


19 Washington 


8 


do 




Lee, John 


24.Lewi8ton 


8 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


MeCutchen, John 


18 Bath 


8 


do 




McKinney, L. D. 


23 W. Gardiner 


8 


do 


• 


McNellis; Thomas 


33 Portland 


8 


do 




Merrill, John W. 


25 Bath 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Middleton, John 


23 Moose River, 


S 


do 


Deserted. 


Mitchell, Benjamin F. 


18jBath [Canada 


S 


do 




Moore, Charies H. 


16 


do 


8 


do 




Oliver, I^vi C. 


87 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


Page, Dexter W. 


28 


W. Gardiner 


8 


do 




Pepper, George 


21 1 Bath 


S 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


Fiper, George W. 


ISHallowell 


S 


do 




Pmkham, John H. 


18,Boothbay 


s 


do 




Pomeioy, Fernando C. 


18 Solon 


s 


do 




Price, Charles W. 


18 


Richmond 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 



352 



adjutant-qsnxbal's bbpobt. 



Return of Ckmpany Dj Sevenih Begimem^ (^ConOmkedJ) 



Ricbafdimii Thomas A. 18 

Bo0s, Horace 19 

8isk, Edward 21 

Small, Wiltiam H. H. SO 

SteTens, Jason K. 40 

LeTett, Charles H. 18 

Srlvester, Austin W. 19 

^ynell, William D. 23 

WiUianu, Aaron 22 

Coombs, Thomas' A. 1 9 

Kenotson, Henry C. 23 

Dnnninff, Horace 18 

Packard, Thomas A. 21 

Monte, Charles 128 

Lombard, Thomas H. .18 

Ajer, Caleb R. 'l8 

Adams, Edwin P. |l7 

Dorman. George H. 120 

Header, George {21 

Header, Joseph -24 

Hazwell, George M. |2l 

Pease, Shepard 45 

Corliss, George L. 27 

PowerV| John i 



Si 



Pittston 

Bowdoinham 

Martinbare, 

BowdoinfN.Y 

Waterrilie 

Richmond 

Waterford 

linnens 

Bowdoinham 

Bath 

Belgrade 

Brunswick 

Readfield 

Portland 

Litehfield 

Portland 

Newfield 

do 
Litchfield 

do 

do 
Monmouth 
Yarmouth 



MattrM 

iato 
DJELSw. 



Reduced firom Corporal. 



Deserted. 

Promoted to CorporaL 

Promoted to Sergeant 

Promoted to CorporaL 
Sick at Camp. 



Aug.29 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do I 

do I 

do > 
Sept. 7 Promoted to SeigMol. 

do I 

do I 

do I 

do ! 

do 

do 
Aug.22 Transferred to Cooiipaaj B. 



APPmrDix D. 



863 



RieapituiaHon of(hmpan^D,SevmthBegirnentLifaniry,Mcnne Volunteen. 





PreMntJt AbMnt. 




Pri»an- 


eMMd. 


DiB. 

charged. 


De- 
eened. 


Tftns- 
fened. 






Fit tot 1 a|,.v 

Duty. 1 *'*'*• 


Killed. 


Total. 


CommittioDdd Oficen 
Noo-Com. Oflken 
Hosidftiis & Wagoner 


3 

4 

8 

64 


1 








1 


3 




8 

4 

2 

69 


Total 


73 i 1 








1 


3 




78 



Condemed Morning Report^ December \st, 1861. 



Paste If T. 



Foe DuTT. 



I 

s|9 

5;^ 



3 8 41 52 



Bice. 



5 13 18 



Oit I 

SreciAL ' 

DutT. i 



lit 
AeaetT. 



70 



AefeivT. 



Sick. 



Off 

Spbcial 
SeeTice. 



i4 

' ■ 

I ^ 

< a. 

Wt It 

<l < 



70 



Present Organiuation of ike Company. 



1 ffiram A. Dalton 

3 George E. Mone 

1 Georee W. Annable 
SiCharles A. Goodwin 
8'WiUiam D. TyrreU 

4 William O. Davia 
S'Caleb R. Ayer 



llJohnW. MerriU 
2 George L. Eaton 
8;ATi«tin W. Sylveater 
4|WUliAm H. H. Small 

5 Veraoos M. Amo 

6 Joicph F. Call 

7 1 Thomas A. Coomba 
8JoaephE. Babb 



Ci^>tain 
2d Lieut. 

Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Ckirpoml 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 





Date of 


Reeidenee. 


Raekor 
Appoint- 




meet. 


Readfield 


Aug. 21 


Bath 


Aug. 19 


Angnsto 


Aug. 20 


Dresden 


nr 


Linneag 


W. Gardiner 


Oct.1 


Portland 


do 


Bath 


Oct. I 


Branswick 


Aug. 20 


Waterford 


Oct. 28 


Bowdoin 


Sept. 1 


Wales 


Oet. 1 


Richmond 


do 


Bath 


do 


W. Gardiatr 


Oct. 8 



Bemerke. 



864 



ADJUTANT-eSirERAL'S SBPOBT. 



Betarn of Capt Joha W. Channini^, CompAoy E, Serentfa B^giment Inhntrj, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to* 

rther with a record of the changes that haye taken place in the Coropanj snioa 
entered the serrice of the United States, on the twenty-first day of Angnst, 1861. 
LiBDT. ALBERT A. NIC^RSON, Commanding. 



NamM. 



OOKMISS'D OFFICBB8. 

John W. Cbanning, 
Albert A. Nickerson. 

8BBOEANT8. 

Angnstns F. Emeiy, 
Charles W. Smiley, 
Charles M. Loan, 
Qooige £. Ford. 

COBPOBAL8. 

Martin Drew, 
Isaac P. Avery, 
Samuel R. Tnttle, 
James S. Nye, 
Thomas F. Davis, 
Edwin A. Emery, 
Alvin S. HaU, 
David Seavey. 

HU8ICIAN. 

Chandler Reynolds. 

WAOOITBB. 

James H. Jacobs. 

PBIYATBS. 

Allen, Ansel C. 
Bradbury, Edwin 
Bnmham, Richard D. 
Batchelder, Abram 
Broad, Augustas 
Bacon, James K. 
BurriU, NexvUl S. 
Bacon, George 
Chadwick, Levi W. 
Crockett, Allison 
Cole, George 
Drew, Ephraim 
Conner, James S. 
Chapman, Asa 
Doble, Alvah B. 
Emery, Josiab B. 
Ford, James B. 
Geyrough, George 
Henabry, Thomas 
Hammond, Elias H. 
Home, Thomas E. 
Hubbard, William H. 
Hunter, William 
Knowles, Charles 
Luce, Benjamin F. 
Lawrence, Henry 
Messer, Orrin R. 
Messer, John N. 
Moore, Robert H. 
Myrick, Edward 
Mack, Samuel 
Pollard, Hiram S. * 
Prebble, Rufns 



22 Fairfield 






g«iMo>tr*d 
*i^ into 



Fairfield 
do 

do 
Sidney 
Athens 
Fairfield 



Unity 
Fairfield 

do 
Pittsfield 
Fairfield 
Clinton 
Waterville 

Benton 

Fairfield 

Norridgewock 



do 
Hartland 
Unity 
Waterville 

do 
Newbnrg 
Abbott 
Oldtown 
Fairfield 

do 
Mercer 
Etna 
Fairfield 

do 
Waterville 
Palmyra 
Pittsfield 
Vassalboro* 
Fairfield 
Clinton 
Troy 
Fairfield 

do 

Waterville 
Dixmont 
Troy 
Fairfield 
Winslow 
do 



Aag.21 

do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



Promoted to Captain. 

" 1st Lientenanft. 

Promoted to 8d Lieutenant. 
" Ist Sergeant. 

Sick at camp. 



Died at Washington, Nov. 28. 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



^ ISick at camp. 



Promoted to Sergeant. 
Discharged. Disability. 



APPENDIX D. 



865 



Return of Company Ey Seventh Regiment y (Continued.) 





£ 




g«;Ma«tr»d 
if into 




Nunes. 


& 




RMBUiEi. 




< 




II 


DASer. 




Pooler, Gott 


33 


Wateirille 


8 


^r 




BidioD, John W. 


22 


Albion 


8 




BeTnoldff, H. A. P. 


19 


Barnbam 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Stereos, Addison N. 


21 


Fairfield 


S 


do 




SorilMier, Jonah S. 


23 


Unity 


8 


do 


Died at Baltimore. 


Seribner, Daniel M. 


27 


do 


8 


do 




Tilton, George £. 


21 


Troy 
N. Anson 


8 


do 




WUhams, Joeeph F. 
Tonne, Samad 
Cole,Bicbard 


18 


8 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


25 


Lexington 


8 


do 




22 


Bamham 


8 


do 




Webster, Samnel B. 


18 


Fairfield 


8 


do 




Grecnlicf, Perry 


21 




8 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant 


TibbettB, Aionzo 


21 


Athens 


S 


do 




AJJen, Isaiah 


22 


Lincoln 


8 


8ept29 





S56 adjutant-general's beport. 

RecapihdaH(m of Company E, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers 





PrwratfrAbMaL 


Killed. 


Prison, 
en. 


De- 
eeaeed. 


Die- 


I.. 


Trene- 
feiied. 






Pit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


dialled, lened. 

! 


TocaL 


Commisfioned Officers 

Mnsiciaiis & Wagoner 
Priyatea 


8 

8 

8 

81 


5 
10 






S 


1 




1 


8 
18 

8 
4& 


Total 


45 


15 






2 


1 




1 


M 



Condensed Morning Eeporty December iHy 1861. 



F»EIB3IT« 



Fob Dettt. 



S 

1 1 



&1CK. 



Hi 






a 8 34'44' 14 SlSl 






Is 



id C 

5 o 



3' 

11 



5:1 



II 
i.i 



AnxiTT^ 



BiCL 



1 S 1 



g km Vice. 



4 60 





Present 


Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




^ 


Nines. 


4 


Rank. 


Rwidenf^ 


Rank or 
Appoint. 


Semaika. 












menu 




1 


John W. Channing 


82 


Captain 


Fairfield 


Ang. 21 




2|Albert A. Nickersbn 


21 


IstLieat 


do 


do 




8 


Aognstns F. Emery 


88 


2dLieat 


do 


do 




1 
2 


C. W. Smll^ 
Perry Grecnlief 


23 
21 


Seigeant 


Sidney 


^'^•" 




8 Charles M. Loan 


22 


do 


Fairfield 


do 




4.George E. Ford 


21 


do 


do 


do 




5 


James S. Conner 


22 


do 


do 


do 




1 




28 


Coiporal 


Fairfield 


Ang. 28 




2L»acP. Arery 


82 


Unity 
Fairfield 


?o 




8 Samuel R. Tattle 


18 


do 


do 




4 James S. Nye 

5 Joseph F. Williami 


19 


do 


do 


do 




18 


do 


N. Anson 


do 




6 Edwin A. Emerj 


27 


do 


Fairfield 


do 




TAlTinS.HaU 


21 


do 


afaiton 


do 




8 


.David SeaTey 


40 


do 


Waterville 


do 





JIPPXKDIX B. 



S67 



Betnni of Capt William M. Casfaman, Company F, Serenth Kegimeiit Infantrr, Maine 
Volanteen, expreuing its cDndidon on the morning of December Ist, IS61, to- 
getlier with a reeord of the changes that hare taken place in the Company sinoe it 
entered the serrioe of tho United States, on the twenty-first day of Augost, 1861. 

^^^^^^^ WILLIAM M CUSHMAN, Captain. 



NaiDMk 



0OMXI88*D OFFIGBRII. 

William M. Caafaman, 
James M. Andrews, 
Josqih E. Walker. 

aSBSBAHTS. 

Charles Rounds, 
Andrew J. Forbes, 
John F. Doe, 
William F. Harris, 
FUvel Goodwin. 

COBPOBALS. 

John B. Foote, 
Eben Tme, 
Hany Campbell, 
Isaac Blaisdell, 
Simeon Knight, 
ChariesHaiS, 
John J. Cook, 
James Goold. 

MUSI 01 Airs. 
George W. Bodge, 
Benjamin £. Bargess. 

WAOOBBB. 

William Barrows. 

• FBITATBS. 

Ayer, Andrew S. 
Brown, William G. 
Berry, Richard 
Borronghs, Albert H. 
Bnms, Edward 
Bacon, William 
Bosihy, Oliver 
Coolidge, Roscoe 
Coolbroth, George F. 
Conant, Lorenxo 
Crooker, Silas 
Crooker, Alroon L. 
Doody, John H. 
Emerson, George N. 
FendenK>n, Eben 
Farrm, William H. 
Foster, James E. 
Goodwin, Flavel H. . 
Grant, Samnel 
Green, Thomas 
Gardner, Albert H. 
Hatch, Iroiy 
Hnghes, John 
Hardy, Sidney D. 
Kenni<on, Horace 
Mitchell, Hanrey 
MiicheU, R. G. 
Mahon^, Dennis 
Merrill, Asa 
Mack, Martin 



Beridraco. 



Portland 

Biddefbrd 

Portland 

do 

Westbrook 
S. Berwick 
Westbrook 



S Berwick 

Westbiook 

Biddeford 

Rome 

Portland 

DoTer 

Biddefoid 

Lyman 

Naples 
Biddeford 

Minot 



Mexico 

Dixfield 

Portland 
l9|Buckfield 
18; Boston, Mass. 



Portland 

Biddeford 

Dixfield 

Portland 

Mexico 

Minot 

Minot 

Portland 

Kennebnnk 

Calais 

Portland 

do 
8. Berwick 
Westbrook 
Wells 

do 

do 
Biddeford 
Naples 
Conway.N.H 
Biddeford 
Bockfteld 
Boston 
Saco 
Biddeford 



t(i:Muatr*d 
jg> iaCD 



AngJl 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Resigned. 
OnrarionglL 

Redaoed to raaki. 
Rednoad to ranks. 

Promoted to Sergeant 
GorporaL 

Redaced to ranks. 

Redaced to ranks. 



Promoted to Corporal. 
Dischaiiged. 



Sick kt Camp. 
Transferred to Co. G. 
Sick at Camp. 



Promoted to Seigeant 
" Corporal. 

Promoted to Coiporal. 

Promoted to Coipond. 
Sick at Camp. 



868 



ABJUTAirr-ans&AL's bepobt. 



Return of Company F, Seventh Regimentj ( ConiinuedC) 



Norton, John 
No^^enty James 
Spellman, Jeremiah 
SnlliTan, Daniel 
Stevens, Alfred A. 
Tack, Samael H. 
Underwood, John M. 
Verrill, George W. 
Wjrman, Joseph 
Douglass, William 
HolMook, John H. 
Sanders, Geoige O. 
Cameron, Joseph 
Brown, Charles 
Dillingham, Latimns 
Webb, Geofge D. 
Scerens, Geom L. 
Lord, Hennr L 
Conway, John M. 
Verrill, flark A. 



<_! 

ISBiddeford 
24 Portland 
38 do 
35' do 
23 Westbrook 
22 Parsonsfield 
3l:Saeo 
28 Minot 
32, Berwick 
18 Portland 
19j do 
94|Minot 
28.HalloweU 
23: Portland 
53;Biddeford 
26|Westbtook 
27 do 
22Biddefofd 
22| Bangor 
18|Blinot 



ISSB n.SJ8«r. 



8i MucrM 



S Aog^l 
S do 
M do 



M 



Deserted. 

Pro mo ted to Sngemit. 



Promoted to Scigeaat 
Sick at Campw 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
M do 
M do 
M, do 



M Sep.24 

S Oct 17 Died at Camp. 

S Aagil7)Sick at Camp. 



APPBNDIX I). 



869 



ReeapUukUion of C<mipanyFy Seventh Regiment Bifaniry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present ^AbMBt. 




PriMm* 


De- 

MUOd* 


Dia- 
chaiged. 


Dt- 


*I«M... 






Pit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


KUled. 


larted. fened. 


TolaL 


CommiMioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
MoricuDfl & Wagoner 
Prirates 


1 
11 

3 
33 


1 
2 

7 








1 
1 






a 

18 

3 

41 


Total 


48 


10 








2 


1 


60 



Condensed Morning Report^ December Ist^ 1861. 



PajllBNT. 



Fob Dvtt. 



33 



47 



Sick. 



Oiv , 
SrsciAX. *,.,„ 
Dtrrr. A»B«tT. 




i 1 59 



Abibnt. 



Bice 



Oh 
Spbciai. 
Sbbticb. 



<.< 



160 



Present Organization of the Company. 



WniiAin M. Ctuhman 
3JoMph E. Walker 



Charles Rounds 
Alfred A. Sterena 

SJohnF. Doe 

4iEbcn True 

5 Flarel Goodwin 



1 John B. Foote 
S Han7 Campbell 
3R.0.MiteheU 

4 Isaac BlaisdeU 

5 Albert H. Bnironght 

6 Sidney D. Hardj 
TAIbeif H. Gardner 
6 George W. YerrUl 



Captain 
2d Ltent. 

Sergeant 

do 

do 

do 
. do 

Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Portland 

Portland 

Portland 
Westbrook 
S. Berwick 
Westbrook 
S. Berwick 

S. Berwick 

Biddefbrd 

Dover 

Rome 

Btickfleld 

Naples 

Wells 

Minot 



Dmte of 
Hank or 
AppolBt- 



Ang. 8 

Ang. 8 

Ang. 28 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Ang. 28 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



860 



AiaxrriJsnr-OBHiiuii'6 bxpobt. 



B«tarn of Capt Charles H. GilniAn, Company G, Sereotli Bcgiaent Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expreasine its condition on the rooming of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that hare taken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the Uniied States, on the twenty-first day of Angnsc, 1861. 

CHARLES H. GILMAN, Captain. 



OOKMI9S*D OPFICBBS. 

CharleB H. Oilman, 
George B. Knight, 
Simeon Walter. 

BEBOBAHT8. 

George McGinley, 
Thomas P. Beals, 
John E. Procter, 
J. L. Waterhonse, 
Lewis L. Thurston. 

GORPOBALS. 

H. Motley, 
H. H. Cnshman, 
J. T. Follett, 
B. N. Fields, 
James Qlapp, ^ 
Alphonao Dalloff, 
Henry Eveleth. 

XUBIOIAH. 

Jabez Eveleth. 

WAOOHBBfl. 

J. F. ScUlins, 
Albert Osgood. 

PBlTATBt. 

Armstrong, J. H. 
Adams, David 
Adams, William 
Beggi.John R. 
Bragdon, D. L. 
Brackett, George W. 
Blake,* 8. a 
Cobb, J. H. 
Cobb, Levi B. 
Drake, Phares S. 
Decker, Albert 8. 
Emons, Greorge 
Fields, Eben 
Graffam, J. F. 
Gnlliver, Franklin 
Graffam, Joseph A. 
Goddard, J. H. 
Gower, J. W. 
Hodskins, S. F. 
Hooper, L. P. 
Hanscom, Stephen 
Huntley, S. C. 
Hunt, O. F. 
Hart, John 
Hatch, W. D. 
Jackson, R. H. 
Jones, C. W. 
Johnston, James 
Knights, W. P. 
Lacas,C.J. 
Lent, James 



I 





P 


Mutr'd 




lolo 




UJ3.8er. 


Portland 
do 


M 
M 


C.Elizabeth 


M 


do 


Portland 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


do 


S 


do 


C. ElisabeOi 


8 


do 


Portland 


8 


do 


do 


S 


do 


do 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Freenort 
Portland 


8 


do 


8 


do 


Rnmford 


8 


do 


Portland 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


No.8,BangeS 






Portland 


8 


do 


Westbrook 


M 


do 


Portland 


s 


do 


do 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Westbrook 


M 


do 


do 


8 


8ep.S4 


Portland 


8 


Ang^Sl 


Boothbay 


8 


do 


Kennebnnic 


8 


Sep. SO 


Windham 


8 


Westbrook 


8 


do 


do 


M 


do 


Windham 


8 


Ang.21 


Portland 






Canaan 


M 


do 


Paris 


s 


do 


Portland 


8 


do 


Standish 


8 


do 


Windsor 


8 


do 


Westbrook 


8 


do 


Portland 


8 


do 


C. Elizabeth 


M 


Nov.n 


Naples 


M 


Aug.2l 


Yarmouth 


M 


do 


Liverpool, En. 


M 


do 


Windham 


M 


do 


Goiham 


M 


do 


Richmond 


M 


do 



Transferred to Co. F. 



Pft>moted to Sergeant 

Deserted. 

Died at Baltimore. 

Traaffenrod Id Band. 



Promoted to CorponL 
Promoted to CorporaL 
Promoted. 
Disdiaiged. DisaUlity. 



Sick at camp. 

In aneit at BaltimoiB. 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at eamp. 



APPBKDIZ ]>• 



861 



Return of Company O, Seventk^ Regiment, ( Continued,) 



■ 


— 




8i Mni>tr*(l 




Names. 


• 




Sip 


into 


R«markik 




<_ 




Al 


U.S.Ser. 




Lee, John T. 


21 C. Elizabeth 


M 


Nov.U 




Messer, Alrin 


19 


Portland 


M 


Aue21 


Sick at camp. 


Melody, Thomas 


27 


do 


M 


do 




Moore, J. H. 


21 


Lyman 
Manchester 


M 


do 




MiirfBy, Wellington 


19 


M 


do 


Deserted. 


Matthews, A. L. 


19 


Windham 


M 


do 




Kmod, William P. 


18 


Westbrook 


S 


do 




Sterens, C. B. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Speoccr, A. C. 




Portland 


M 


do 


Sick at Washington. 


Smith, C. J. B. 


27 


do 


S 


do 




Stanford, C. B. 


27 


do 


s 


do 




Oaks, John 


22 


C. Elisabeth 


s 


Nov. 11 




Smith, John W. 


26 


Boston 


M 


Sep. 24 


* 


Trnndy, William T. 


34 


Portland 


M 


Ang.21 




Watu, A. J^ 


18 


N. Gloncester 


S 


do 


Sick at Washington. J 


Watcrhoosc, C. H. 


31 


C. Elisabeth 


M 


do 




Watcrhoose, G. J. 


18 


Scarboro' 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Cobb, Edwanl 


19|Yarmonth 


S 


do 




Trondy, C. A. 


23 


Westbrook 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 


Wiihav, A. C. 


21 


Portland 


8 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Cox,J.M, 


22 


Cherryfield 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Boands, Edward 


17 


Portland 








Maxwell, WUliam 


26 


do 








Lewis, A. B. 


35 


do 


M 


Ang. 


Sick at camp. 


Chase, A. K. 


19 


do 


S 


do 




Lant, James 


30 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Emerson, Geoige 


16 


Kennebnnk 


S 


do 


u u^ 



24 



ADJUTANT-aSNSRAL's BEPORT. 
Jiecapiiulaiian of Company (7, Seventh Regiment Infantry^ Maine VoltaUeert, 





PraMDtfrAbMnL 


PriM». 

en. 


D». 

ceased. 


Die. 
charged. 


D». 

sened. 


Traae- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Biek. 


Killtd. 


Total. 


Non-Coro. Officers 
Masicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

3 
35 


15 




1 


1 


1 


S 


5 


3 
IS 

3 
60 


' Total 


54 


15 




1 


1 


1 


2 


5 


79 


Condensed Morning Eeport, December Isty 1861. 








Abibht. 










Oif 




Sick. 


Spkcial 
Sbbticb. 


• 


,r 




i 






i 






1 

< 


1 


! 




i 


O 




. 


1 


1 


1 

1 


1 

> 


e 

Z 
F 


1 
i 

s 

e 


i 


c 

1 

< 


• 
S 

1 


« 


i 


M 


i 


£ 


< 


< 






3 




I 


1 


5 


68 





Present Organization of the Company 














Date of 




1 


Names. 


1 

30 


Rank. 




Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


ReMikk 


1 


C. H. Oilman 


Captain 


Portland 


May 18 




2 


George B. Knight 


37 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Simeon Walton 


29 


2d Lient. 


do 






1 


George McGinley 


24 


Sergeant 


Portland 


Ang.21 




2 


Thomas P. Deals 


28 


do 


do 


do 




3 


John E. Procter 


35 


do 


do 


do 




4 


John L. Waterhonse 


36 


do 


C. ElirAbeth 


do 




5 


R. N. Field 


24 


do 


Freeport 


Oct. 17 




1 


H H. Cnshman 


23 


Corporal 


Boston 


Aug. 21 




2 


J. T. Follet 


19 


do 


Portland 


do 




3 


J.M.Clapp 


24 


do 


do 


do 




4 


J. H. Armntrong 


23 


do 


do 


do 


• 


5 


William Adams 


28 


do 


do 


do 




6 


0. L. Bragtlon 


21 


do 


do 


Oct. 17 




7 


C. H. Waterhonse 


31 


do 


C. Elizabeth 


do 




8 


R. H. Jackson 


22 


do 


Naples 


do 





APPBNDIX D. 



868 



Ketarn of Capt. Edward H. Cass, Company H, Seventb Regrimont Infantry, Maine 
Volanteers, expressing iu condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether %vith a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since 
U entered the service of the Unit^ States, on t(^ twenty-first day of Ancust, 1861. 

dbWAKD H. OaSS, Captain. 











Musir'd 




NUDM. 


i 




into 


Remsrkfli. 




_< 




ii 


U.S.Ser. 




GOmflSa'o OFFICBBS. 












Edward U. Cass, 


26 


Bangor 


M 


Ang.2l 




Thomas S. Cates, 


48 


do 


M 


do 




Henry C. Snow. 


25 


Hampden 


S 


do 




8BRO BANTS. 












Samuel S. Mann, 


36 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Reduced to Third Sergeant. 


Henry A Cole, 


24 


Beverly 


S 


do 




William Crosby, 


18 


Bangor 


S 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


Lather C. Fairfield, 


39 


do 


M 


do 




Cfaaries E. Robinson. 


23 


do 








CORPORALS. 












George H. Baker, 


21 


Bangor 


S 


do 




William H. Pitcher, 


31 


do 


M 


do 




William E. Larrabee, 


24 


Haropdea 


S 


do 




Charles W. Pierce, 


18 


Bangor 


S 


do 




Franklin Whiitier, 


48 


do 


M 




Transferred. 


George H. Billings, 


20 


Monroe 


S 


do 




David Thompson, 
Martin y.B. Hatchings. 


26 


Bradley 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


25 


Brewer 


M 


do 




WAGON KB. 












B. F. Bicknell. 


21 




S 


do 




PRIYATBS. 












Bartlett, Jesse 


25 


Orono 


S 


do 




Blake» Jesse S. 


21 


Holden 


S 


do 




Bargess, William P. 


42 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Bri^am, Charles L. 


20 


Amherst 


s 


do 




Barker, Josiah A. 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Banlett, Ephraim K. 
Carmnay, John F. 


24 


Orono 


s 


do 




18 


Aroos. No. 8 


s 


do 




Cliffonl, John 


36 


Dorchester 


s 


do 




Chapman. William E. 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Condon, Franklin 


18 


Dixmont 


s 


do 


Transferred. 


Condon, Asa B. 


21 


Orland 


s 


do 




Caies, Benjamin 


23 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Condon, Sumner H. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Conlen, Edward 


37 


Worcester 


s 


do 


Prisoner at Fort McHenry. 


Davb, Richard 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Datton, FoUom 


19 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




Eddv, Charles H. 


18 


Clifton 


s 


do 




Ftovd, Daniel 


43 


Hampden 


M 


do 


Deserted. 


Fairbanks, Franklin 


26 


Union 


S 


do 




Gilgar, Walter 


35 


Gddington 


s 


do 




Giles, Henry 0. 


30 


Veazio 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Gsrett, Charles 


20 


Bluehill 


M 


do 




Garey, John Bl 


23 


Garland 


s 


do 




Grover, Luke 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Gariand. Edward F. 


37 


Winslow 


s 


do 




Haser, James H. 


35 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Hoilsfkins. O. W. 


18 


Stetson 


s 


do 




Hardy. W. B. 


19 


Abbott 


s 


do 




Hunscom, Jediah 


19 


Orono 


s 


do 




Irving, EtUha 


22 


Bttcksport 


s 


do 




Isham, John 


27 


Bangor 


s 


do 


sick at camp. 


James, Joseph 


45 


Bucksport 


M 


do 




Jackson, Augustas P. 


27 


China 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 



864 ADJUTANI-aBNH&AL'S REPORT. 

Return of Company Hj Sevenih RegimetUj ( Cbfi^smiecl.) 



Nimas. 



e| RMidtoce. ^1 



Knowlton, David M. 
Kelljr, Elbridge G. 
Kenney, John 
Linneli, Ira 
Mitchell, Joseph L. 
Mann, Benjamin F. 
Norris, Rene! W. 
Pollard, Llewelljn 
Pike, Chandler 
Pottle, William M. 
Perkins, Daniel D. 
Pomeroy, Newell 
Pratt, Amenins V. 
Rowe, Orlando J. 
Stetson, George A. 
Small, Edward £. 
Smith, Josiah 
Smith, John T. 
Smith, Colly 
Staples, Qreenlief B. 
Snow, Charles 
Smart, Geor^ F. 
Town!»end, Alfred 
Trask, John P. 
Whitmore, Augnstns O 
Woreter, Reuel D. 
Webber, Ira 
Womter, Daniel M. 
Warren, Henry 
Worftter, Charles S. 
Tonng, Franklin 
Robinson, George H. 
Webster, Adalbert B. 
Leeman, Hobbard C. 
Debec, Elisha C. 
Stinson, Warren B. 
Fairbanks, George H. 
Lessor, George 



2*4 Levant 
22 Newbai^ 
Bangor 
Dexter 
Fryeboi^ 
Providence 
Bradley 
Hampden 
Springfield 
Fremont PI. 
Bradley 
Hermon 
Molunkas 
Bddington 
Bangor 

do 
Garland 

do 
Bradley 
Glenbnm 
Hampden 
Searsport 
Bangor 
Levant 
Orono 
Hermon 
Banpor 
Glenbnm 
Bangor 
Glenbnm 
Exeter 
Benton 
Backs port 
Dexter 
Clifton 
Albion 
Union 
Orono 



8^ 


Mu»tr *d. 


ii 


Into 1 
UU3.8er. 

Ang.2l 


S 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do ' 


S 


Nov. 4 


S 


Sep. 10 



Remarks. 



Sick at camp. 



Promoted to CorporaL 
Sick at camp. 



Promoted to Mnsidao. 
Promoted to Sergeant. 



APPBVDIX D. 866 

RMOpMaikm of Canq>any HySevenihRBgimetU Infantry ^ Maine Vdunteere. 





PreMac k Abfuu 


Killed. 


PriMMl- 


«. 


n.^ 


De- 
MRMl. 


Tranfi- 
fervBd. 






^«'** ! Sick 
Duty. ; ^'*^*- 


en. camMd. , ebarisd. 

1 


Tool 


Commiaaioned Officers 
Xoo-Com. Officers 
Mnsidmas & Wagoner 
PrivBies 


3 
12 

2 
61 


1 
6 




1 






1 


1 
1 


3 
14 

2 
70 


Total 


78 1 7 




1 


1 1 1 


2 


89 



Condensed Morning Report, December Itt^ 1861. 



pBXtBKT. 



Fo« DCTT. 



I § 



311 



II 



60 74 



Sics. 



it 

X\ 8 

s 
s 



Oir 

SrBciAi 

Dorr. 



it 



-rill 

a;i£ <,o as 



2 61 8: 



I 



lit 

AllBXtT. 



5 I 
J 

B 
1 § 



Abssivt. 



Sick. 



I Oif 

SPBCIAL 
SCBTICB. 



|£ I 



^1 

25 fc, 



^•1 

< 3, 



s I 
£■5 



S 



•82, 



3l 



4:86 



Pretent Organization of the Company. 



— 








Date of 




.j 


NaiMi. 


«; Bmnk. 


Bwidence. 


Rank or 

Appoint- 


S«mvks. 


<e> 








ment. 




1 


Edward H. Cass 


26 Captain 


Bangor 


Aug. 7 




2 


Thomas S. Gates 


48 1st Licnt 


do 


do 




3 


Henry C. Snow 


24 2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




I Henry Warren 


21 Sergeant 


Bangor 


Oct, 1 




2 Henr> A. Cole 


24 do 


Beverly 


Aug. 7 




3 Samnel S. Mann 


36 do 


Bangor 


Oct. 1 




4 Lather C. Fairfield 


39 


do 


do 


Aug. 7 




5 Charies E. Robinson 


23 


do 


do 


do 




1 George H. Boker 


21 


Corporal 


Bangor 


Aug. 7 




2 William H. Pitcher 


21 


do 


do 


do 




3 William E. Larrabee 


24 


do 


Hampden 


do 




4 Charles W. Pierce 


18 


do 


Bangor 


do 




SjGeorge H. Billings 


20 


do 


Monroe 


do 




6 Darid Thomp<on 


26 


do 


Bradley 


do 




7, Martin V. B. Hatchinea 


25 


do 


Brewer 


do 




8 


jWilliam M. Potde 


26 


do 


Fremont PL 


do 





ABJnTAlirT-axmERAL'S BXPOBT. 



B«tiini of Capt. Henry Bolfe, CoiDp«nj I» Serentk Ht gi mgn t J^bmlby, Urn 

Yolantecn, expressing its conditioo on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
get^er with a record of the changes that hare uken place in the Company since 
it entered the service of the United States, on the twentr-lirst day of Angvst, 1861. 

HEKRT ROLFE, Captam. 



COMMISS D OFFICEKS. 

Henry Kolfe, 
Austin Horey, 
Chas. H. Hasey. 

SBROBAXT8. 

Henry F. Hill, 
F. B. Reed, 
Hiram Charch, 
John £. Bailey. 

COnPORALS. 

Henry H. Cook, 
F. M. Gilman, 
H. M. Eaton, 
Thomas B. Rose, 
Carrill Nea], 
W. F. Delaile, 
Jonas G. Flye, 
C. R. Haskell 

MUSICIANS. 

Israel Getchell, 
Jeremiah Getchell. 

WAOONEB. 

James Cormick. 

PRITATBS. 

Blake, John L. 
Berry, Calvin 
Bishop, Elijah 
Baker, Hiram 
Belonzia, Israel 
Bonner, Edward 
Charch, Charles H. 
Clark, Charles 
Chandler, Jalios C. 
Cartis, John M. 
Choate, Samnel 
DaTis, J. H. 
Day, Henry A. 
Daggett, Henry F. 
Delano, Charles M. 
Elliot. Thomas 
Greenlon, Darius 
Geran, S. C. 
Hinds, E. P. 
Hartford, Darins 
Hardy, Alhion 
Hardy, Lewis B. 
Holmes, Hugh P. 
Howland, S. D. 
Horran, Joseph 
Hill, Robert 
Hay ford, Columbns 
Hatch, Exra 
Jordan, Willis F. 
JohnHon, Wilder 
Lander, Charles 



43 Maysrflle 
Pre'sqae Isle 
Hoolton 



Presqaelsle 
do 
do 
do 



21 do 

23 No. 11 
37jLabec 

29 Prcsqne Isle 
25; Portage Lake 
24 1 Littleton 
42,PresqQe Isle 
22iWeston 

19Presqae Isle 
221 do 

24 do 

28 iMaysville 

25|No. 11 

24;Ma3'sville 

20 ■ ' 

18 

20 

19 

21 

22 

26 

18 

26 

21 



Ashland 
Honlton 

do 
Presqae Isle 

do 
Mapleton 
Letter C 
Woodstock 
Mapleton 
Cflstle Hill 

2S|Letter C 

22 Linnens 



Presqae Isle 

do 
Hodgdon 
Maysville 
Hampden 
do 
do 
Presqae Isle 
Maysville 
HodgdoD 

do 
Solon 
32'Maysville 
23;Pre«qae Isle 
25:Claremont 
2llMonticelIo 



8« 


Miistr'd 


a 


into 


M 


Angjl 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


R 


do 


R 


do 


8 


do 


vS 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


8, 


do 


S 


do 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 



Died at 


Washington. 


Sick at 


camp. 

44 


«< 


« 


tt 


<« 


Sick at 


camp. 


Sick at 


camp. 


« 


H 


Sick at 


camp. 



Sick at camp. 

Died at Baltimore. ] 

Sick at camp. 



Deserted. 
Sick at camp. 

Sick at camp. 



APPBUBIX D. 



86T 



Return of Company J, SevetUh Regiment j ( Coniinued.y 









II 

S 


Mu»ir'd 




MUBM. 


ft 


RMidtaeSk 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




U.8.g«er. 




Kennedy, Daniel D. 
McHo^, Charles 


22 


Presqne Isle 


Ang.21 


Died at camp. 


20 


Houlton 


S 


do 




Malligan, Michael 


28 


do 


s 


do 




McXiel. Stephen A. 


18 Presqae Isle 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Mclmire, George 


23,Hodgdon 


s 


do 




Mc In tire, Samuel 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Morris, John H. 


21 


Maysrille 


8 


do 




Oathonse, J. M. 


23 


Hodgdon 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Planted, WiHiam M. 


27 


Presqae Isle 


M 


do 




Paiin, Charles 


24 


do 


S 


do 




Phair, James 


15 


do 


8 


do 




Hcx>per, William H. 


30 


do 


M 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant 


Rideoat, James 


23 


MaysYille 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Bossell, Andrew 


19 


do 


S 


do 


It t€ 


Seavej, Charles M. 


24 


Errol, N. H. 


s 


do 




Sawyer, David N. 


25 


Tremont 


8 


do 


• 


Smith, 6. W. 


23 


PittsAeld 


8 


do 




Springer, Weston N. 
Tamej, Enoch B. 


25 


Weston 


8 


do 


Sick at camp. 


20 


Presqae Isle 


8 


do 




Taniejr. Francis V, 


23 


do 


8 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Wade, Loriog B. 


28 


do 


8 


do 




White, John 


23 


do 


8 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Walker, James 


19 


Woodstock 


8 


do 




Whitney, B. F. 


29 


Presqae Isle 


8 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Hill, John 


20 


Linneas 


8 


do 




Whitten, Albert B. 


22 


Waterford 


8 


do 


Sick at camp. 


WUder.J.Davis 




Qaincy, Mass. 


8 


do 


Sick at camp. 



908 ADJUTABT^n01BA].'S UPOK. 



PllMStJtAtaMl. 


fl^fj 9^ WlH DV~ TllBT •(• 


' fitfc. -^ 


**^ •«. cMMd. dtefiid. Mftod. faii^.***^ 


HoD-Com. OiBcen i 5 € 
PriTMM t 31 S5 


1 1 1 IS 

i ' - * 

' f 1 59 


Toad 38 35 


! 3 1 1 78 





Fob QvTr. 



e Oft 



29 36 



8ics. 



!"£? -^ 



S o 

O 5' 

n 



I's , . ^ ^ 
:j % e, < ;j % 



1 = 
ii i 



li 6S43a I 






if, 



SSBTICB. 



I 



I -; 



III 

Otl 5! I • -Si i. — - 

8 11 8 a I I 81 Is 

I fl 5'i S s: fiil = - * 
£ C 2 £,< C'2|£ 



Tt— 1- 



II S: 



a 5 



< 

73 



Prewtni Organizaiian of ike Compmiy. 













Dstoof 


k 


KUMiL 


< 


Ink. 


KerideKft. 


Appomc ■— «»fc 


1 




43!Captain 


MajsrUle 


ABg.l3 


2 


Austin HoTej 


SO^IstLient. Presqae Isle 


do 




3 


C. H.Hascj 


29 2d LicaL Hooltoo 


do 




1 


Henry F. Hill 


22 Sergeant Presqne Isle 


AQ«r.20 




2 


Francis B. Reed 


27 


do 


FreepOTt 


do 




3 


Hiram Chnrrfa 


34 


do 


HreMioelsle 


do 




4 


William H. Hooper 


SO 


do 


do 


Ang.27 , 


5 John £. Bftiley 


35 


do 


Fredricton 


^ABg.20 




1 HciifT H. Cook 


21 


Corpoial 


Piesqae Isle 


AnK.20 




2!FredericM.Giliiuui 


24 


do 


Ashland 


do 




3iHenr7 M. Ejiton 
4,Tbomas B. Bom 


27 


do 


Presqne Isle 


do 




27 


do 


do 


do 




5 Camll Neal 


25 


do 


Ashland 


do 




ejWiUiam F. DeUils 


24 


do 


Littleton 


do 




7:JoBas G. Flro 


45 


do 


Piesqoe Isle 


do 




8 


,CharietB.Hasken 


22 


1 do 


&o.9,R.4 


do 





APPXNPIX D» 



969 



Ketnni of Capt Greenleaf K. Norrii, Company K, Seventh Bepment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressingj Its condhion on tne morning of December 1st, 1861', together 
"with a record of the changes that have tjikcn place in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the twentvfirst day of AugtiRt, 1861. 

GRANVILLE P. COCHRANE, Captain. 



Names. 



<K>MMI89D OFF1CBB8. 

Oreenleaf K. Norris, 
Granville P. Cochrane, 
John B. Cook. 

BBEOBAVTB. 

Joseph S. Taylor, 
l^illiam H. H. Brown, 
Andrew J. Fogg, 
8ilafl £. Hinkley. 

CORPORAL8. 

Francis Hall, 
Aiu C. Brooks, 
John R. Jennings. 

MUSXCIAXB. 

Joseph Hackett, 
John W. Adams. 

PRIVATB8. 

Adams, John P. 
Adams, John 
Berry, George E. 
Booker, Israel 
Boyntoo, Nathaniel 
Billington«Nathaniel 
Coshman, Marcellns F. 
Chase, John H. 
Collings, Edward 
Ouhman, Lewis H. 
CarviU, Jordan H. 
Davis, Levi L. 
Davis, Henry 
Daniels, Thomas M. 
Frost, Horace C. 
Farren, Wairen 
French, Stephen H. 
Howard, Joseph £. 
Hall, Geonre B. 
Hinkley, Charles H. 
Hackett, Ezekiel 
Hibbard, Melville J. 
Hodgdon, George F. 
Howard, Bradford T. 
Jenkins, Hiram 
Keenan, Thompson 6. 
Knox, Sanford K. 
Kimball, Jacob 
Leach, Henry F. 
labbey, James W. 
Larrabee, W. H. 
Lnoe, Albert A. 
Merrill, Lucios W. 
McKinnev, George "W. 
Monroe, Nathan A. 
Maxwell, Morton 
Moore, William H. 
Merrill, Charles W. 



Reaidence. 



57 Monmouth 
25 do 
23 Lewiston 



Monmoath 
do 
do 
do 

Monmonth 
Richmond 
Leeds 

Greene 
Aabom 

do 
Gray 

Richmond 
Topsbam 
Monmonth 

do 
Leeds [N. Y. 
Kinderhook, 



do 
Monmonth 
Leeds 
Danville 
Biimham 
Manchester 
Sherburne 
Auburn 
Litchfield 
St. Albans 
Lisbon 



30 Cork, Ireland 
Monmouth 
Lewiston 
Newport 

do 
Winthrop 
Monmonth 
Wellington 
Fayette 
Litchfield 
Monmoath 

do 
Greene 
Lewiston 

23; E. Livermore 

20 Litchfield 

21 Wales 

33 Monmoath 

22 Greene 



oi 


Mustr'dl 


st into 


u 


U.8.Per. 


M'Aug.21 


8 do 1 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


M 




S 




8 




M 


do 


8 


Oct 23 


M Ang.21 


8 do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


dd 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 



R«iD«r1u. 



Resigned. 



On fnrlongh, sick. 



Sick at camp. 
Promoted to Sergeant. 



Sick at camp. 



Died at Baltimore Oct 4. 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 

Promoted to Corporal. 

Died at Baltimore Oct 8. 

Deserted. 

Discharged for disability. 

Promoted to Corporal. 



Promoted to Corporal. 



Promoted to Corporal. 



Promoted to Corporal. 



Sick at camp. 



870 



ADJVTASr^mB&Al/B BBPORT. 



Betum of Company JT, Seventh Regiment, (^Contxnued.) 



NaoMt. 



NasoQ, Osgood D. 
Prescott^ Solomon O. 
Peal, Fnmklin 
Plummcr, Allen F. 
Rose, Albeit M. 
Bobbins, John Q. 
Richards, William F. 
Records, Loring C. 
Riclcer, Henry G. 
Smith, Nathaniel M. 
Scnllej, Richard 
Sutherland, Geoige 
Stone, Joseph H. 
Small, George 
Sullivan, Eugene 
Small, Marcus M. 
Turner, Winsbrovr 
Tozier, Milbnm S. 
Wads worth, Elias H. 
Wardwell, Elbridge P 
White, Edward P. 
Webber, Amos 
Wads worth, Spencer F. 
Whitney, William H. 
Wentworth, Alfred 
Getchell, Joseph P. 
Fargo, Elisha S. 
Dnnninp, Robert A. 
Ware, Geoi^ 
Folsom, Warren S. 
Ballantine, Samuel 
Keenan, Charles K. 
Stevens, Laratius 
CUrk, George II. 
Lecaim, Melvin M. 
Bowera, William A. 
Norcross, W. Scott 
Harris, Dennis 
Turner, Emerson, Jr. 
Robinson, Joshua 
Lishemess, Samuel 
Dennen, William W. 
Albee, Cvrns D. 
Buker, Hiram ' 



Rasidcoca. 



Chesterrille 

Monmouth 

Leeds 

Wales 

Leeds 

do 
Greene • 
Turner 

do 
Monmouth 
Castletown 
Pictou, N. S. 
Chelsea 
Monmouth 
New Bedford 
G. Livermoie 
Leeds 
Monmouth 

do 
Greene 
Monmouth 
HaUowell 
Monmouth 
Lisbon 
Brunswick 
Durham 
Augustar 
Brunswick 
Gardiner 
Monmouth 
Winthrop 
Monmouth 
Chelsea 
Brunswick 
Waldoboro' 
Monmouth 

do 
Greene 
Gardiner 
HaUowell 
VasAalboro' 
Oxford 

Bowdoinham 



^6 Mu«ff »d} 
\i into 1 

ass U-8'8«r.< 


S 


Aug.21 


8 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 




8 


do 



Samaika. 



Disdiaxged fordisabilhj. 



SKk at camp. 



Transferred to band. 
Died at camp. 



Sick at ctmp. 



Died at camp. 

Promoted to OnporaL 

Deserted. 

Sick at camp. 
Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 



APPBRPIX D. 871 

JSeeo^itulaiion of Company K^Sevenih Regiment Tnfantryy Maine Volunteer$» 





Piweat k, Ahmnt. 




•n. 


c«aMd. 


Dl.. 
ektrged. 


D«. 
MrtMl. 


Trans- 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Biek. 


Killed. 


TotU. 


Commissioned Officers 
KoD-Com. OfficeTB 
Moairians & Wagoner 
Frirates 


2 

9 

2 

55 


3 

1 

n 


...._. 




1 
3 


1 
2 


2 


1 


3 

12 

3 

74 


Total 


68 


15 




4 


3 


2 


1 


92 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 















Pbxsx 


ITT. 


















Abibitt. 






1 

1 

< 
88 


PoB DtrxT. 


Sick. 


Oh 

Special 

DUTT. 


Abbsst. 


5 

< 

87 


Sick. 


Ob 

SpBCfAL 

Sbhticb. 


< 
< 


E 

s 

2 


1 

10 


i 
s 

62 


2 

1 

< 

74 


1 


i 

IE 
O 


i 

2 
n 


t 

s 
SI 

< 

13 


1 

1 


as 


1 

> 


< 


1 

i 

1 


1 

> 

£ 


1 


i 


i 
t 

£ 


ll 

S5 


1 

1 


|2 


1 


1 




1 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




./ 


NUIM. 


1 


Rank. 




Rank or 
ApHnt- 


Remarks. 


Se. 




<t 






nient. 




I 
2 
3 


Granville P. Cochrane 


25 


Captain 


Monmouth 


May 13 




John B. Cook 


33 


2d Lieot 


Lewiston 


Aug. 16 




1 


Joseph S. Taylor 
William H. BL Brown 


44 


Sergeant 


Monmooth 


May 14 




2 


20 


do 


do 


do 


At home on farlongh 


3 


Andrew J. Fogg 


30 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Silas E. Hinklej 


32 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Ara C. Brooks 


33 


do 


do 


Aug. 23 




1 


Frands Hall 


40 


Corporal 


Monmouth 


May 14 




2 


William H. Larrabee 


24 


do 


Danville 


Aug. 22 




3 


Horace C. Froet 


19 


do 


Monmouth 


Aug. 23 




4 


Winfield S. Norcross 


18 


do 


do 


Sept. 1 




5 


Jordan H. Canrill 


23 


do 


Lewiston 


Aug. 23 


1 


6 


James W. Libber 


21 


do 


Leeds 


Aug. 22 




7 Sanford K. Knox 


23 


do 


Greene 


Oct. 4 




8 


MelviUeJ. Hibbaid 


18 


do 


Lewiston 


Sept. 1 





872 



ADJDTAST-aBnOUL'S BBPOBX. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 



Rtbtrn ifonginaH Fidd and SiaffOffuxn ofEigkA Begmad lufratry^ Maine VoluMeen^ 
thowing ckattgn wkiek have Udom pha bjfpromoUom, rtngmeiiam, cr oUtierwiM^ sJMee e»- 
terimg tervke of tie Umiud Stata. 



DstsofAppoiat- 



Lee Siricklmnd 
John D. Rust 
Joseph S. Rice 
James Dinglej, Jr. 
A. H. Strickland 
Paul M. Fisher 
Jonathan S. Houghton 
Henij C. Henries 
Edgar A. Perry 
John Bl Robbins 
Franklin Giaj 
W. W. West 



Colonel Lirennon Sept S, 1861 iRes'd Dec! fl Ml. 

Lient-CdoBel Camden do -- ■• - 

'Major Ellsworth ' do 

! Adjutant Aahnm Sept 9, 1861 

iQnjutermasler Lirermore do 

Surgeon Corinna Sept 3, 1861 

Assi^nrgeon Solon Sept 7, 1861 

.Chaplain Lincoln St^L 6, 1861 

Serg.-^Ujor Rockland > 

Q'rm'r-Scrgt Greene 

Com'r Sergt Skowhej^an 

Hos. Steward Waienrille i 



.Prom, to Colonel. 
Res'd Sept 28, 1861. 
'Resigned. 



:Rcs'dNoT.2S,186L 



REGIMEKTAL BAND. 



Edward K. Norcross 
John B. Hardy 
Aogostns Pease 
Andrew J. Cnshroan 
George D. Merrill 
Eben C. Rodbird 
Milton J. Thnrj 
Charles M. Adams 
James £. Dennison 
Americns V. Bacon 
Henry R. Fuller 
Zachary J. Yonng 
S. P. Stoddard, Jr. 
George W. HartweU 
E. Henry HartweU 
Geori^ A. Whitney 
A. Charles Herrick 
John IngereoU 
Hanibal R. Ranger 
Ivory Libby 
Kelson Mavbenr 
Samuel B. Elliot 



DateofHwlerl 

iatoU.8.Serv.' 



Leader 
Musician 

do 

do 

do I 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



• Dixfield 


Sept 7, 1861 


Wilton 


do 


1 do 


do 


Waterrille 


do 


[Famiington 


do 


Wilton 


do 


do 


do 


Farmington 


do 


do 


do 


Wnton 


do 


Jay 


do 


Wilton 


do 


Farmington 


do 


Strong 


do 


' do 


do 


Farmington 


do 


Ellswonh 


do 


Monmouth 


do 


Wikon 


do 


I^banon 


do 


Windham 


do 


,N. Portland 


do 



APPBNDIX D. 



«78 



Return of Capt E. W. Woodman, Com|>ai}y A, Eighth Rej^fment lofiuitry, Maine 
Volanteers, expressing its condition on the niorAing of December Ut, 1861, to- 
other with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the senrice of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

AUSTIN S. BUMP. Captain. 



1 


, 


u 


Muttr'di 




NaiMS. ; 


& SMid«IM6. 


into 


BMBsrks. 




< t 


is U.S.8er. 

1 




COM MISS'D OPFICERS. 


1 




dphraim W. Woodman, 


39' Wilton 


M Sept. 7 


Promoted to Major. 


Aastin S. Bump, 


25) do 


Mj 


do 


Captain. 


John M. Adams. 


25) do 


s: 


do 


" 1st Lieutenant. 


8EROEAKTS. 


1 








'Warren F. Thompson, 


32 Farmington 


M 


do 


Promoted to 2d Lieutenant 


£dwin W. Pariin, 


26 Weld 


S 


do 


" 1st Sergeant. 


£bcn H. Famam, 


23, Wilton 


M 


do 




Gratos B. Steams, 


22, Weld 


S 


do 




Albert F. Kyes. 


20;Jay 


S 


do 




CORPORALS. 


i 








John I. Handley, 


2s!wilton 


8 


do 




I>ennis Adams, 


21, do 


s 


do 




Algernon M. Mitchel, 


23* do 


s 


do 




Webster Badger, 


18 Phillips 


8 


do 




Isaac R. Adams, 


32 Wihon 


M 


do 




George A. Smith, 


20 Phillips 


S 


do 




James H. Morton, 


24! Temple 


s 


do 




William R. Pinkham. 


19 Chesterville 


s 


do 




MUSJCIAR. 










Geoige £. Pond. 


19 Angnsta 


8 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. , 


WAOONBB. 










Gcoige A. Wills. 


80 Vassalhoro' 


M 


do 




PRITATE8. 


1 








Adams, Kel»on W. 


20 Wilton 


8 


do 




Adams, George B. 


28 do 


M 


do 




Adams, Simeon H. 


18 do 


S 


do 


Left at Annapolis. 


Adams, Moane R. 


24 do 


s 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


Allen, Henry T. 


21 Farmington 


8 


do 




Bean, John S. 


28, Wilton 


S 


do 




Blaisdell, Jeremiah 


22' Weld 


s 


do 




Blake, Edwin 


181 Farmington 


8 


do 




Banker, Martin L. 


19! Wilton 


8 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


Baker, Qanlner 


20 Phillips 


8 


do 




Banlett, Johnson 


23 


Wilton 


8 


do 




Clark, Americns 


22 


Jay 


8 


do 




Crafts, Samuel H. 


18 


do 


8 


do 


Left at Annapolis. 


Crosby, Robert W. 


21 




8 


do 




CUrk, Leander M. 


21 


Augusta 


8 


do 




Daiscy, Gcofge L. 
Dammon, Nelson J. 


21 


Jay 


S 


do 




24! Paris 


8 


do 


Left at Annapolis. 


DiU, John A. 


44iIjewtston 


M 


do 




Davis, James 8. 


21 


Strong 


S 


do 


^ 


Breleth, Charles L. 


21 


Phillips 


8 


do 




Gill, Jason 


20 


Chestenrille 


8 


do 




Goold, Elias W. 


S3 


Jay 


8 


do 




GoQld. John 0. 


39: Wilton 


M 


do 


Discharged. DisabiUty. 


Grey, Ferdinand O. 


18 Dixfield 


S 


do 




Gtlman, Samuel 


22 Strong 


8 


do 




Haniy, Alrin F. 


22 Wilton 


8 


do 




Huff, Daniel B. 


22; Freeman 


M 


do 




Humphrey, WilUam H. 


23 Salem 


M 


do 




Horn, Charles L. 


22:Jiiy 
21: Wilton 


M 


do 




Handly, Rodney G. 


M 


do 




Hanston, Chariei E. 


22 


IWeld 


M 


do 





374 



ABjrTAKT-Omn&AL'S BBPOBT. 



Return of Company, A^ E^kih Regiment ^ (^ContinuedJ) 



>^«' MiMtr*d| 



Ho&ton, Ira F. 
Jacobs, Mortimer D. 
Knowles, John 
Kenncy, Warren B. 
Kevs, Iloraiio A. B. 
Lcivitt, William W. 
LinscoU, Wm. H. 
Macoraber, Colombas 
Marden, Nathaniel 
Merrow, Otia 
Mosher, Elias N. 
Keal, Hiram J. 
Penley, Amos H. 
Pickeos, Leonard H. 
Perkins, Nathaniel 
Phinney, Major 
Philbrook, John H. 
Pnlsifer, Nathan, Jr. 
Plummer, John CL 
Pease, Gusuvns 
Kichardson, Joel A. 
Russell, Lather 
Kichardson, Horace B. 
Stevens, Calvin D. 
Stevens, l>avid T. 
Taylor, Augustin B. 
Taylor, Abram T. 
Tebbettft, John W. 
Tozier, David S. 
Wilkins, William W. 
Walker, James F. 
Wakefield, Daniel H. 
Williamson, Albert W. 
Withington, Myron L. 
Williamson, Lewedwin 
Woodward, Erasmus D, 
Webster, John O. 
Lord, Martin 
Thwaits, William K. 
Woodcock, Matthew 



Weld 
2u Fiirmington 
24 1 Wilton 
19.Pari8 
24|Jay 

21 Woodstock 
21 Readfield 
19, Jay 
2;iiBYron 
18 New Shaion 
24 i Avon 
22:WiUon 



do 
do 
do 

20iJay 

20 Omeville 

21 Weld 
2U,PhilUi)t 
19 Jay 

19 Wilton 
23,PhiUips 

22 Jav 

20 Phillips 

21 Strong 
!l9Jay 

1 2d Strong 
{idRangclj 
•24 Bingham 

19, Wilton 

17, do 

18 do 
,19 Starks 
'27'ChesteiT!lle 

21 Starks 
39 WUton 
'l9 Aogvstn 
|5o! do 
!l9 Wilton 
ia4,Jaj 



! M Sept. 7 
M ao 

|M; do 
S I do 

|M, do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



S 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


-^s^' 


8 


do 


S 


SepL7 



SickaiHilloBHfiftd. 



Sick aiHaioB Head. 



8i<^ ai Hatoo Head. 

Sick. Fromoled to CoiporaL 



Sick at HQtoii Head. 



AFPBNBIZ P. 



875 



Reeapitu!aH<m of Company J, Eighth Regiment Infantry ^ Maine Volunteers. 





Ftweut ic Alwent. 


~ 


Prifon- 
•n. 


De- 
eeawd. 


DiB- 

eharged. 


De- 
Mfted. 


Trans- 
femd. 






Fit for 1 Hj-v 
Duty. 1 »***• 


KUlmL 


TotiL 


Kon-Com. Officers 
MoBicniui & Wagoner 
Piirates 


3 

11 

S 

59 


a 

10 














3 
13 

9 
69 


Total 


75 


IS 














87 


Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 



PaxssiffT. 



Fob Dutt. 



E o 

|i 

i r^ 



s _ 



3 11 60 74 



Sick. 



it® 

2^ 
=,l 

111 
I 

I 1 



On 
Spbciu. 
Dutt. 



Iif 
Akrmt. 






Absskt. 



BlOK. 



Oif 
Special 

SSKVICIC. 



_ > 



4,87 



Present Organization of the Company. 













DRte of 


£ 


Kmifls. 


1 

25 


R«ak. 




Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


1 


Anatin 8. Biiinp 


Captain 


Wilton 


Oct. 17 


s 


John M. Adams 


25 


1st Lieut 


do 


do 


3 


Warren F. Thompson 


32 


2d Lieut 


Farmtngton 


do 


1 


Edwin W. Parlin 


26 


Sey^ant 


Weld 


Oct 17 


2 


Eben H. Famnm 


23 


Wilton 


Aug. 22 


3 


Grains B Steams 


22 


do 


Weld 


Sept 6 


4 


Alhert F. Kjcs 


•20 


do 


Jay 


Aug. 22 


5 


John I. Handle^ 


22 


do 


Wilton 


Oct 17 


1 


Dennis Adams 


21 


Corooral 


Wilton 


Ang. 22 


2 


Algernon M. Mitchell 


23 


do 


do 


3 


Webster Badger 


18 


do 


Phillips 


do 


4 


Isaac R. Adams 


32 


do 


Wilton 


do 


5 


Georige A. Smith 


20 


do 


Phillips 


do 


6 


James H. Morton 


24 


do 


Temple 


do 


7 


William R. Pinliham 


19 


do 


Chesterrille 


do 


8 


Horace B. Richardson 


22 


do 


Ja/ 


Oct 17 



Beniuics. 



876 



ADJUTANT-aSMS&AIi'S BBPOBT. 



Beturn of Capt. Joseph F. Twitchell, Company B, Eighth RegimeDt Iniantiy, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, together 
with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

JOSEPH F. TWITCHELL, Captain. 



Namet. 

OOMUISs'd officers. 
Joseph F. Twitchell, 
Charles C. Perry, 
Lather B. Rogers. 

BEROKAKTB. 

Lorenzo Warren, 
America Walton, 
Daniel W. Ingersoll, 
Bodney C. Barker, 
Pearl G. Ingalls. 

CORPORALS. 

Edward A. Cushman, 
George W. Emery, 
Amza Grant, 
William B. Dickey, 
John B. Sleeper, 
Fennel P. Woodard, 
Henry A. Stone, 
Arthur T. Robinson. 

MUSICIAN. 

Alfred Cashman, Jr. 

WAGONBR. 

Robert B. Wasson. 

PRIVATES. 

Bates, Geoi^ge L. 
Blackwell, Joshua E. 
Brown, Benjamin 
Chapman, Everett ML 
Clements, Lewis, Jr. 
Cambell, William 
Doblc, Erastus 
Duston, James 
Dinsmore, Joshua N. 
Doble, Charles £. 
Dudley, George E. 
Early, James 
Eastman, Alpheas E. 
Fitzpatrick, John 
Gerry, Elbridge 
Gemo, Peter 
Gallison, Randall 
Gove, Etias H. • 
Higgins, Charles E. 
Heath, Elt^ha. Jr. 
Hilton, Charles T. 
Hilton, George W. 
Hackett, Lorenzo W. 
Hill, Joseph C. 
Harriman, Walker G. 
Ingalls, James P. 
Jameson, William 
Jackson, Andrew 
Kimball, Martin V. B. 
Kimball, Ami 
Kaler, Arttmus H. 



Rasidence. 



Patten 
Island Falls 
Fatten 

do 

do 
Lincoln 
Island Falls 
No. 3, R. 5 

do 

do 
Patten 
Fort Kent 
No. 3, R. 5 
IsUind Falls 
No. 3, R. 6 

do 

do 

Fort Kent 

No. 5, R. 5 
Patten 
Island Falls 
No. 3, R. 5 
Patten 
No. 6, R. 5 
Lincoln 
Ashland 
Island Falls 
Ashland 
Mt. Vernon 
No. 2, R. 6 
Clinton 
Patten 
No. 3, R 5 
Patten 
No. 3, R. 5 
Readficld 
No 3, R. 5 

do 

do 
Parsonsficld 
ENo. 4 
Fatten 
No. 5, R. 6 
No. 3, R. 5 
No. 6, R. 5 
Woodstock 
No. ft, R. 6 
Lincoln 
No. 6, R. B 



^C MuaUM 


i^ iiiio 


II U.8.t3er. 


M 


Sept. 7 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


dor 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


R 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 



RoBsrlu. 



Sick at Fort Royal. 



Sick at Fort Royal. 



Discharged for disabiliQr. 
Deserted Sept. 10. 



« u 



S6. 



Sick at Annapolis. 



Sick at AnnapoUi. 



APPENDIX D. 



877 



Return of Company Bj Eighth Regiment j ( CoTUinuedJ) 









&iiM»tr*d 




NaiuM. 


i 




M 

S 


into 


Kamtrkt. 




t 




U.SJSer. 
Sept. 7 




Kalcr, John D. 


22 


No. 6, R. 5 




Legrow, Daniel S. 


24 


Patten 


s 




Jjegrow, Samuel H. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Ii^row, Erastus 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Moore, Charies W. 


23 


No. 5, R. 4 


s 


do 




Myrick, MelvilU W. 


26 


No. 5, R. 6 


8 


do. 




Mbrrison, Nathan £. 


29 


No. 3, R. 5 


M 


do 




Murry, Robert 


28 


Batharst 


S 


do 




Mjrick, Charles 


21 


Mattawamk'g 


S 


do 




McLean, William 


21 


No. 3, R. 5 


s 


do 




Pinkham, Franklin 


23 


No. 6, R 5- 


s 


do 




Parker, James E. 


24 


Patten 


s 


do 




Porter, George G. 


20 


Mt. Vernon 


s 


do 




Rjan, James 
Shaw, Martin V. 


24 


No. 2 


s 


do 




25 


Patten 


s 


do 




81eeper, Oscar F. 
SinelAir. Andrew H. 


23 


No. 3, R. 5 


M 


do 




21 


do 


s 


do 




Shaw, Joshua H. 


31 


No. 5, R. 6 


s 


do 




Smart, Robert 


22 


Patten 


s 


do 




Sargeant, William 


19 


No. 6, R. 6 


s 


do 




Swett, Jethro H. 


22 


Patten 


s 


do 




Shaw, Daniel D. 


32 


Chester 


s 


do 




Sbaw, John P. I. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Scribner, Francis W. 


25 


Patten 


s 


do 


DischaiiKed Oct. 5. 


Shiberdean, Joseph H. 


20 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 




Tioop, John 
Weed, Martin 


28 


Patten 


M 


do 




20 


do 


s 


do 




Walton, Abraham 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Weeks, Hartson P. I. 


32 


No. 5, R. 6 


M 


do 




Weeks, George P. 
Wheeler, William P. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




21 


E. Newport 
AshUipd 


s 


do 




Weaver, Elijah 


21 


s 


do 




CiBiDfRosGoea 


23 


Mt Vernon 


s 


S^t.9 





25 



878 



adjutant-gbkiebal's bbport. 



Recapitulation of Company By Eighth Reginunt Lifantryy Maim Volunteers, 





PiweatJcAbMnL 




Mmk. 


CMMd. 


DU- 




Tkmas- 






FitfDT 

Doty. 


Bkk. 


KilM. 


"^ 


clur|«d. wned. 


femd. 


TocaL 


.Commiasioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

2 
53 


1 
7 








2 


2 




8 
13 

2 


Total 


70 


8 








2 ; 2 


182 



Condensed Morning Report, December l«f, 1861. 



PsxtSITT. 



Pom DuTT. 



II 



11:55 69 



BiCB. 



I 

O 

I 

8 

1 
S 

< 3 



Oiv 

Spsciai. 
Dtrrr. 



fif 
AmmsiT. 



Ambitt. 



Sick. ' Spicial 

tfiXBVICS. 



.1 

Ilil 

llll 



!76 



III 

0^1 C^, 



V. 

Il 






2| 



2|78 



Present Orgamzation of the Company, 



— 










"TTateof 




i 


Names. 


< 
25 


Rank. 


Patten 


Rank or 

Appoint. 

menL 


RM&aika. 


1 


Joseph F. TwItcheU 


Captain 






2 


Charles C. Perry 


25 


IstLieat. 


Island Falls 






3 


Lather B. Rogers 


21 


2d Lient. 


Patten 






1 


Lorenzo Warren 


29 


Sergeant 


Patten 






2 


America Walton 


26 


do 


do 




Sick at Port Royal 


3 


Daniel W. Ingersoll 


22 


do 


Lincoln 






4 


Rodney C. Barker 
Pearl 6. Ingalls 


21 


do 


Island Falls 






6 


22 


do 


No. 8. R. 6 






1 


Edward A. Coshman 


29 


Corporal 


No. 3, R. B 






2 


George W. Emery 


23 


do 


do 






3 


Amza Grant 


20 


do 


Patten 






4 


William B. Dickey 


19 


do 


Fort Kent 






5 


John B. Sleeper 


22 


do 


No. 3, R. 5 






6 


Pennell P. Woodard 


22 


do 


Island Falls 






7 


Henry A. Stone 


23 


do 


No. 3, R. 5 






8 


Arthur T. Robinson 


19 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



879 



Retnrn of C»pt. John E. Bryant, Company C, Ei^th Ecgiment Infisintry, Maine 
Volanteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the serriceof the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861 

JOHN E. BRYANT, Captain. 



Names. 



COmCISS'D OFFICBK8. 

John E. Bryant, 
Isaac H. McDonald, 
Wm. H. Timberlake. 

aSROBAHTS. 

Chas. F. Monroe, 
Thomas A. Kilgore, 
James H. Tnnks, 
Wallace Smith, 
Levi W. Metcalf. 

GOKPORALS. 

Josiah Libby, 
Lather Abbott, 
Cbaries E. Cole, 
Dexter Mitchell, 
Wm. W Sampson, 
S. G Shnrtleff, 
Winfield Smith, 
Edward Shnrtleff. 

MUSICIANS. 

Samnel E. Smith, 
George W. Bean. 

WAOON£R. 

Sylvester G. Delano. 

PRITATB8. 

Abbott, Charles Q. 
Berry, Charles A. 
Billings, Oscar W. 
Brown, Henry O. 
Briggs, Phillip H. 
Bradford, Franklin 
Barrett, Henry C. 
Babier, Isaac B. 
Callahan, Henry 
Childs, George V. 
Cbilds, Asa 
Canwell, Oliver B. 
Chase, Leslie H. 
Cole, Wm. A. 
Chase, S. Decatnr 
Dorr, Charles 
Dewstsr, Syivander 
Dnrfee, H. K. 
Drisial, Timothy 
Emerson, Samuel 
Pales, George G. 
Godwin, Corrin M. 
Godding, Emulous 
GoflT, Lindaley O. 
Grrcn, David 
Graves, Sylvester 
Holt, Samnel 
Hodge, John A. 
Hartford, James 
Hayford, Gad 



Kapideuce. 



25 Fayette 
37|Bnckfield 
25 Livennore 



Turner 

Anbam 

Tnmer 

do 

do 
Sumner 
Livermore 
Danville 
Turner 



22 Livermore 



Wayne 
Tnmer 

do 
Livermore 

Turner 

Sumner 
Livermore 

do 

do 

do 
Turner 
Sumner 
Canton 
Turner 
Peru 

do 

do 

do 
Buckfield 

do 
Livermore 
Hartford 
Livermore 
Lewiston 
Danville 
Tnmer 
Livermore 

do 
Gray 
Buckfield 
E. Livennore 
Turner 
Canton 
Livermore 
Turner 



^^ 


Miwtr'd 


Sjy into 


ii 

S 


u.as«r. 


V 


M 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 



XUmarks. 



Transferred to band. 

Dischfiged. Disability. 
Died at Hilton Head. 

Discharged. Disability. 
Died at Annapolis. 



380 



ADJUTANT-aSNERAL'B BEPOBT. 



Return of Company C, Eighth Regiment^ ( Continued.') 



N«inM. 



Hayford, Angiiistiu 
Jackson, A. W. 
Kidder, John 
Keen, Elisha 
Keen, Waldo 
Kidder, Adelbert 
Kilbreth, Leander 
Lennell, Wm. F. 
Mitchell, George W. 
Moore, Amos 
Mitchell, Stanford 
Metcalf, Cjnu G. 
Norris, Greenwood 
Noye«, Joseph 
Nason, Nathaniel 
Osboum, A. G. 
Pratt, Horace J. 
Quiraby, E. T. 
Ridley, Abbington 
Ross, D. W. 
Ripley, Henry 
Redding, Oliver C. 
Rayner, George 
Ricker, Wesley 
Smith, James 
Smith, Wm. B. 
Sanborn, G. B. 
Shaw, H. C. 
Sturdevant, 
Thomas, Uzza 
Tinkham, Enoch 
Trazy, Wheeler 
Woodbury, Morris 
White, M. W. 
Wyer, Charles L. 



BMidenM. 



Tamer 

do 
Dixfield 
Tomer . 

do 
Dixfield 
Livermore 
Skowhegan 
LWermore 
Unity 
Danville 
Tamer 
Wayne 
Sumner 
Aabura 
Buckfield 
Dixfield 
Livermore 

do 

do 
Canton 
Dixfield 
Lewiston 
Livermore 
Lewiston 

do 
Fayette 
Tamer 
Fayette 
Tumer 
Aabura 
Pern 

Buckfield 
Jay 
Livermore 



oi 


Mustr>d| 


2I U.8.8er. 


S 
S 


V 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


s 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 



Deserted. 

Discharged. Disability. 



APPENDIX D. 881 

RecapiUdaticn of Company (7, Eighth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





PrMent k. Absent. 


Killed. 


Prl«An. 


.. 


Dis- 
ebtrged. 


De. 
serted. 


TniM- 
fened. 


^ 




Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


en. .ceaaed. 


TotaL 


Commissioned Officers 
NoQ-Com. Officers 

Privates 


3 
18 

2 
57 








2 


5 


2 


1 


3 
18 

3 
66 


Total 


75 


' 




\ 2 


5 


2 


1 


85 



Condensed Morning Report^ December Ist^ 1861. 



Pbxisitt. 



Fob Duty. 



lie 

"I 
<e I 

^ J 

% 1 

1- 

II 



si £ 



Sicc 



3 13,43 59i 



^1 



9 3 £ 



Bpxctal 
Durr. 



» i 



O 
III 

§.a 

8 I & 



13 72 



Iif 
Akiubit. 



o 
I s 

III 



Abssitt. 



BiCK. 



. 8 






75,1 



f 

•s 

I 

S 



On 

SpSCtAJL 

Skbtics. 






I 



II 



77 



Present Organization oftlie Company. 



Name*. 



1 John E. Bryant 

2 Isaac H. McDonald 

3j William H. Timberiake 

1 Charles F. Monroe 

2 Thomas A. Kilgore 

3 James H. Tanlu 
4, Wallace Smith 
SLevi W. Metcalf 

1 Josiah Libby 

2 Lather Abbott 

3 Charles £. Cole 

4 Dexter Mitchell 

5 William W. Sampson 
618. G. Shortleff 

7 Winficld Smith 
8'Edward Shortleff 




25 Captain 

37 1st Lieut. 
25 2d Lieat 

I 
27 Sergeant 
391 do 

21, do 
27! do 
36; do 

38 Corporal 
22: do 

27l do 

261 do 

20 do 

22. do 
22 1 do 
30| do 



Heaidence. 



Fayette 

Backfield 

Llvermore 

Lircrmore 
Turner 
Auburn 
Turner 
do 

Turner 

Sumner 

Livcrmore 

Danville 

Turner 

Livermore 

Wayne 

Turner 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 



Kemuka. 



382 



ABJXrrANT-OENSRAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Captain Henry Bojnton, Company D, Eighth Begimeot Infiintrj, Ma»e 
Volanteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, together 
With a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the sixth day of September, 1861. 

HENRY BO YNTON, Captain. 









Si 


Mustr*d 




Namet. 


i 


Rendenee. 


a 


into 


BMStkib 




<_ 




UJB.8er. 




OOMMISS'd OFFI0BB8. 












Henry Boynton, 
Franklin E. Gray, 


31 


Detroit 


M 


''V 




27 


Plymouth 


S 




John R. Spragne. 


22 


Parkman 


S 


do 




SBBOEANTB. 












Charles £. Parker, 


24 


Newport 


S 


do 




John B. Philbrook, 


21 


do 


s 


do 


Died at Hilton Head. 


Samuel Gonid, Jr.. 
Alexander C. Drake. 


27 Dexter 


M 


do 




21 Detroit 


s 


do 




COBFOBAL8. 










Alonzo D. Millett, 


21 Pitsficld 


s 


do 


Promoted to Third SeigeanL 


Hiram Martin, 


31 '8t. Albans 


M 


do 


" Fourth " 


Lewis F. Leighton, 


20,Corinna 


s 


do 


DiKhaiged for diBabOity. 


Levi J. Morrell. 


20 


Uartland 


s 


do ' 




MUBICIANS 












Oramandel Hubbard/ 


18 


Palmyra 


s 


do 




Nathan Cole. 


19 


do 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranki. 


WAOONBB. 












Charles Stafford. 


21 


Hartland 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


PBIVATE8. 












Andrews, Ezra 


24 


Detroit 


s 


do 


Dischaiged for disability. 


Andrews, Sylranns C. 


22 


Exeter 


s 


do 


Promoted to Fir»t Corpond. 


^ Arthur, Henry A. 


33 


HalloweU 


M 


do 


Discharged for disabiliij. 
Sick at Hilton Head. 


Atkinson, Lewey 


18 


Hartland 


s 


do 


Allen, George 
Boyle, David L. 


40 


Augusta 


s 


do 


Discbaiged for disia>itity. 


21 


Newport 


s 


do 




Bean, Granville B. 


19 


Dixmont 


s 


do 


Promoted to Second CorporaL 


Burke, James S. 


22 


Litchfield 


s 


do 




Billington, Shediah H. 


SO 


Augusta 


M 


do 




Btllington, Thomas G. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Crockett, Timothy 


28 


Carmel 


M 


do 




Capers, Geoi^e 


18 


Exeter 


S 


do 




Cookson, Isaiah 


41 


Plymouth 
Windsor 


M 


do 


Promoted to Third Corpond. 


Cottle, Samuel R. 


33 


S 


do 




Davis, Frederic J. 


25 


Orland 




do 


Discharged for diMO^ility. 


Diiy, Henry 


22 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Elliott, Lucius W. 


21 


Mercer 


s 


do 


Promoted to Fifth Corporal. 


Emerson, James H. 


21 


Etna 


s 


do 




Fowler, Olin N. 


21iLnbec 


s 


do 




Farnham, Roscoe S. 


I9|Belgrade 


s 


do 




Femald, Tobias A. 
Geareld, Charles 0. 


21 'Newport 
23>Newburg 


s 

M 


do 
do 


DUcharged for diiabOity. 


Gatchell, Frederic 


18iPittsfield 


s 


do 




Given, J. Newell 


23 1 Newport 


s 


do 


• 


GetohcU, Henry W. 
Hui^kcll, Alfred 


29 Au^sta 


M 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


29 Enfield 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Holmes, James V. 


21 Parkman 


S 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Holmes, Phannel 


18 do 


s 


do 


. 


Hurd, Edgar H. 


2rHarmonr 
20'Pitt8field 


s 


do 




* Jewett, Calvin A. 


s 


do 




Kimball, Amos M. 


20 i Harmony 


M 


do 





Knowles, Isaac J. 


19 do 


s 


do 




Lei^'hton, John 


19 An^sta 
18 Parkman 


s 


do 




Labree, Thomas P. 


s 


do 




Litchfield, Daniel 


18 


Newport 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



888 



Return of Company D, Eighth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Name*. 



Locef Franklin B. 
Maxim, Flaril £. 
McGradi, Theodore A. 
MeLue, Allen P. 
Miles, Rodolphos 
liiekenon, Charles W. 
Nickenon, Hen 17 8. 
Kaetiiig, Chandler 
Pwiy, John O. 
Presoott, Henry Q. 
Speed, Levi B. 
Smith, Benjamin F. 
Sidelinger, Samuel 
Tattle, Joseph P. 
ThompMni, Dennis 
Tibbetto, Warren C. 
Weeks, John C. 
Woodman, Harrison 
Wheeler, George 
Walker, Alien P. 
Woods, George 
York, John 
SideUoger, Stetson 
Warren, Joseph H. 
Atkinson, Moees 



Besidencfw 



Hartland 
Palmjra 
Parkman 
Newport 

do 
StAlbaiM 

do 
Detroit 
19! Augusta 
18;Corinth 
is! Charleston 
ISJNewport 
45iHennon 
IsiPittsfield 



Dexter 
Newport 
Corinna 
Plymouth 
IsiPalmyra 
1 8| Exeter 
19' Augusta 
18 St. Albans 
1 81 Hampden 
18 Abbott 
44lHaztlaBd 



M 

s 
s 


Mum'd 


into 
U.a8«r. 


Sej.6 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


6 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 

M 


"-V 



K«inarks. 



DIschaiged for disabflitj. 
Deserted. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 



On extnt duty. 



384 AiorrAST-GEnEAL's 

Secayiiulaiicm of GmpamfD, Eighth Be^'memiAJi^^ 



i rate 
Dmtf. 



CommiMiooed Offieen 3 
Vcn^-Cimt, (Mcea 10 

Jf arieuHM 4 Wagooert 1 



3 
11 

S 
S9 



Total 



60 



7C 





Omdemed 


^ Morning Report, December Isi, 1861. 








FftXABirr. Ahb«t. ( 






Tom DoTT. 


Bie^ 


Osi , • 1 f Ow 
Spkciai. a *" 8ic«. SrcciAi. 




• 




11 




^ ^ , S i 1 1 

n 'iril:! ill. 'II 

1 Jill a Ii .;i i . 5 s 

2a>s-e>&Sie*S|l$g& 

6 ii'd m S&ic i&<i 






dl04760> 1 Id63 


r 1 1 '64' 1 165 





Present Organization of the Chmpang. 



3 John B. Spragae 



Henrr Bornton 
Frankim £. Graj 



Charles E. Parker 
Samuel Goold, Jr. 
Alonzo D. Milieu 
Hiram Martin 
Alexander C. Drake 



l,8ylvann« C. Andrewi 
S James S- Barke 
3 Isaiah Cookson 
4, Levi J. Morrell 
SiLucins W. Elliott 



! 
31' Captain Detroit 
27 1 St Lieut. Plymouth 
22 2d Lieut. Pariunan 



24 1 Sergeant Newport 
27 do Dexter 
21 do IPittsfield 
31 do St. Albans 
21 do Detroit 



22. Corporal Exeter 
22 do I Litchfield 
41 do i Plymouth 

20 do Hartland 

21 do Mercer 



Due of 



Appoint- 
manL 



Aug. 23 

do 
Sept. 4 



AFPBNDIX D. 



886 



BeCnrn of CApt Thomas Hatchins, Company E, Eighth Refriment Infantrj, Maine 
Volnnteen, expressing its condition on the morning of Deceraber 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the aemce of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

THOMAS HUTCHINS, Captain. 



C0]UfI88'l> 0FFIGB&8. 

Thomas Hatchins 
Thomas S. Hutchina, 
Isaac A. Phillips. 

8BKOBANT8. 

Charles B. Knapp, 
Watson Holway, 
George W. Jameson, 
Chauncy B. Webster, 
William A. Browne. 

CORPORALS. 

Josiah W. Newell, 
Lyman Jones, 
John G. Toong, 
John Preaoott. 

MUaiCIAK. 

John C Heath. 

WAOONBR. 

Frank Wardsworth. 

PRITATXS. 

Adams, Thomas G. 
Boston, Harrison 
Brown, Silas R. 
Bonny, Alonzo 6. 
Brown, Geoige L. 
Beal, Frank 
Coffin, Walter 8. 
Chase, Joseph 8. 
Cowen, Lorenzo 
Dnnton, Franklin S. 
BaTis, Charles G. 
Booglass, Asa V. 
Beling, Richard, Jr. 
Emery, William Henry 
Gould, John 
Glidden. Albert N. 
Garrow, Patrick 
Gordon, William 
Goodrich, Sprite 
Green, Calvin B. 
Hgtchina, Enos 
Hall, Cyms, Jr. 
Hatchins, Fred. E. 
LoTcjoy, Orlando 
Larabae, Fred 
Marden, Aaron 
Pierce, John H. 
Pftrin, George 
Pierce, Sewall B. 
Prewott, Aaron 
Safford, Frank 
Strickland Lee 
SaTage, Nathan W. 
Safford. William H. 
Safford, John M. 



SdlNew Portland 
28 Winthrop 
30 Klngfield 

24 New Portland 
27;Carratnnk 
28 Westbrook 
21 Portland 
23 Carratank 



Ba8id«Dca. 



New Portland 
Carratank 
New Portland 
Lexington 

Salem 

Monmonth 



Carratnnk 

Lexington 

Embden 

Portland 

Casco 

Winthrop 

Thomdike 

Carratank 

l8|New Portland 

20 Concord 
New Portland 
Melrose, Ms. 
New Portland 

do 
Embden 
Bingham 
Forks Plant. 
Aagnsta 
Carratank 
Winthrop 
New Portland 
Canratunk 

ISiNew Portland 

20 do 

22iGloQce8ter 

20;Flag8taff 

21 1 Carratank 

18 'Forks Plant 

21 1 Bingham 

29, Lexington 

18| Solon 

18|Embden 

20 Aagnsta 
Lexington 
do 



\^A 


Mustr'd 


i g>l into 


S5U.S.Ser. 


S 
S 


V 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


6 


do 



SamurkB. 



Rednced to ranks. 
Promoted to 2d Sergeant 



Promoted to Sergeant. 
Rednced to ranks. 



Deserted. 



Discharged. t)isabiUty. 

Deserted. 

Sick at Hilton Head. 

Promoted to Dmmmcr. 
Promoted to CorporaL 



Sick at Hilton Head. 

Promoted to Corporal. 

Dischaiiged. Disability. 
Sick at Annapolis. 

r 

Discharged. Disability. 



886 



adjtjtaht^knekal's bbpobt. 



Return of Company E, Eighth Regiment^ (^CknUinwd.) 




6 


oi 


MuBtr*d 




NamM. 


Rwid«iic«. 'i^ 


into 


Remaifei. 




< 


u 


U.SJBar. 




Strickland, Benj.F. 


20'Embden | S 




Sawyer, Charles Bl 
Tattle, Thaddeus 


21 Portland !M 




19 Kingfield S 


do 




Taylor, Rufas M. 


18 Lexington S 


do 




Taylor, Benj. 


25| do ;S 


do 




Williamson, Moody C. 
Wormwood, Alfred K. 


19 Kint^eld S 
19,N. Glonoestcr S 


do 




do 




Wormwood, Arthur 


2S| do S 


do 




Yoan|^ Henij 
Pote, James M. 


25 Forks Plant S 


do 




24;Portland S 


do 


Promoted to CorporaL 


Brown, Nathaniel P. 


21|Carratank S 


do 




SulUyan, James 


24jEmbden S 


do 




Larabee, Charles E. 


21 IN. Gloncester S 


do 




Bartlett, Edward 


28 New Portland M 


do 




Dewitt, David W. 


S3 do S. 


do 


' 


Hnntoon, Frederic A. 


18 do 


s 


do 




Jacobs, Charles H. 


20 do 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Elliott, George W. 
Connor, Patrick 


19 Melrose, Ms. 


S 


do 




IslCUnton 






. 



APFBHBIX B. 887 

Beeaptiulati&n of Oompany Ej Eighth Regiment Infantry ^ Maine Volunteers. 



rnmntitAbmaU, 


PriMm- 
•n. 


eMMd. 


Dta. 1 De- 
charged. Mned. 

1 


Tnui*. 
femd. 




\ Fhfor 


Killed. 
Biek. ; 


ToCaL 


CommissioDed Offioen 3 
NoB-Com. Offioen < 10 
Musicians & Wagoner S 
FriTates 48 










! 1 

3 > 1 




3 
10 

3 
68 


Total 63 


1 






3 3 




68 



Condensed Morning Report^ December 1«<, 1861. 



Pbbsbitt. 



Fob Dirrr. 



■^5 
S o 

1 ^ 



3 10 44i57 



Biox. 




2 59: 



AB»B*irr« 



SlCB. 



i 

o 

I 

E 



Oif 

SfBCIAL 

Bbbticb. 



ill 



8 § 
s, . 

I 



s 

I 



61 



Present OrganiaMtUm of the Company, 



1 Thomas Hntchins 

2 T. S. Hutching 

3 Isaac A. PhiUipt 



l.CharlesB. Knapp 
2 Chaancy B. Webster 
8 Watson Holway 
4 Lrman Jones 
5, William A. Brown 



1 Josiah W. Newell 

2 John Prescott 
SSpnigne Goodrich 

4 Joseph S. Chase 

5 James M. Pote 



53 Captain N. Portland iMay 85 
28 I St Lient Wimhrop iSept. 5 
30 2dlient. Kingfield do 



I 



Date of 
Raokor 
Appoint- 
ment. 



I 
I 

Sergeant N. Portland 
do Portland 
do Carratonk 
do do 

do do 



Corporal N. Portland 

ao Lexington 

do 'Carratank 

do do 

do .Portland 



Bsmarlni. 



388 



adjutant-obnbral's bepobt. 



Betarn of Captain John Hemingway, Company F, Eighth Regiment In&ntiy, ICaine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on tne morning of December Ist, 1861, together 
with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered 
the serrice of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

JOHN HEMINGWAY, Captain. 



Names. 
COMKISa'D OFFICERS. 

John Hemingway, 
A. E. Kimball, 
John H. Roberts. 

8BROBAVT8. 

Charles P. Lord, 
Seth Dillingham, 
Frederick A. Wood, Jr. 
Sylvester Hatch, 
Samuel Cole. 

CORPORALS. 

Fred. A. Henderson, • 
William J. Reed, 
Bdmnnd 6. Muny, 
John S. Hersom, 
Harrison Hanson, 
Washin^on Emerson, 
Benjamm Rickei', 
Horace Junkins. 

MUSICIANS. 

William F. Willard, 
Theodore H. Drew. 

WAGONER. 

Caspar E. Marshall. 

PRIVATES. 

Adjutant, Plnmmer H. 
Brackett, George W. 
Brackett, John W. 
Bancroft, Norris E. 
Butler, Francis 
Coffin, Simeon 
Cooley, Daniel 
Clark, William 
Duncan, Jo^^ H. 
Downs, Abram P. 
Donns, Lyman C. 
Dutch, George S. 
Edgecomb, Charles H. 
Frost, Thomas W. 
Fox, Alfred W. 
Goodwin, Marvin T. 
Goodwin, John B. 
Getchel. Joseph S. 
Hurd, Francis 
Hard, Henry A. 
Hubbard, George H. 
Hill, Stephen 
Higley, Albert A. 
Hanson, Edwin 
Hilton, Joseph 
Hatch, William N. 
Jacobs, John 
Joy, George S. 
Knight, David H. 
lattiefield, AlonsM) 



ResideiiM. 



Sanford 

Biddeford 

Alfred 

N. Berwick 

do 
Lebanon 
Wells 
Kennebunk 

Sanford 

do 

do 
Lebanon 
Lyman 
Kennebunk 
Sanford 
Kennebunk 

Sanford 
Acton 

Berwick 



Kennebunk 

Sanford 
do 
do 

Lebanon 

Sanford 

S. Berwick 

Kennebunk 

Lowell, Mass. 

Lebanon 

Alfred 

Kennebunk 

Lebanon 

Sanford 

Acton 

Lebanon • 

Sanford 
20. Wells 
22, Sanford 
is; Sanford 
18;S. Qer'k[N.H 
44|SomerBWorth, 
18;S. Berwick 
23 Lyman 



Wells 
do 

Sanford 
18;S. Berwick 
18; Kennebunk 
19iSanford 



&« 


MumMf 


i^\ into 


SS ITJB.8er. 


M 


Sept. 7 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 




s 




s 




s 




M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


Oct. 5 


s 

M 


V 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


dp 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 



Samarki. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 



Sick at Annapolis. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 



Sick at Washington. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 

Died at Hilton Head, Nor. 14. 
Sick at Hilton Head. 



APPBNDIX B. 



889 



Return of Company F^ Eighth Regiment^ (^Continued.^ 







3» Muttr'd 




Nunm. 




•g|'U.8.8er. 


Samarks. 


Moore, WUIiun A. 


27 Sanford 


S .Sept. 7 




Randall, Charles 


22 Lebanon 


S 


do 




Bejnold, Jacob P. 


23 Acton 


s 


do 




Rowe, William^ 


29 Alfred 


M 


do 




Bicker, Ebenezer 


21 Sanford 


S 


do 




Searer, Thomas 
8hark]ey, Lewis 


25 do 


s 


do 




27 Sbapleigh 


S 


do 




Tnfton, Himm W. 


20 Alfred 


s 


do 


Died at Hilton Hewl, Not. 17. 


Wentworth, Wm. W. 


26 Sanford 


M 


do 




Welch, Hezekiah 


21 Shapteigh 


S 


do 


• 


Whittier, Charics D. 


18 Alfred 


s 


do • 




Witham, Albert F. 


18 do 


S 


do 




Wiglm Hezekiah C. 


21 Casco 


S 


do 




Cooaens, Oliver M. 


24 Kennebnnk 


s 


do 




Butler. James W. 


24 Sanford 


S 




Discharged for disability. 


Clark, James W. 


21 Lebanon 


s 


•* « M ' 


Caner, John S. 


38 Sanford 


M 




tt u 



890 adjutast-osk^lal's repokt. 

ReeapUmUdUm of OnmpoMg F, Eighth RegimaU htfamity^ Maime VohuUetrs. 



rnMCJt 
FHfot ~ 


8kk. «^ 


D^^ 


Pw- 


1 


TocaL 


• Kon-Coin. OiBcen • 11 
UundmDM k Wagoner 8 
PriTatea 87 


9 
1 

5 1 


t 


8 






8 
18 

8 
47 


Total 1 53 


8 


t 


8 


1 




6C 



Qmdensed Morning Report, December Isf, 1861. 



r« Uttt. 



If 



4 

3 5 > g 

c ^ c < 



3 1189 53 



; SpBCf AL 
■ DCTT. 



I« 



Ambvt. 

i On I 
I 8ics. ' SrmetAL. J 

' (SUTICB. 



I 
J 

E 



' a ^ 
H 3 



> w 

if 

2:1' 
^1 



J 



1 



- 4 » s 

8 I "V S 

M S S > 

< Q|25 £ 



lll'l 

5 1 . SIC 
E I e > M 






' .1 I 
II' I 

:!'■ 
.Jl ! 

. El I 



z: £ S|z £ 



51 6 






1^^ 

IS 

£ S 

M M 

W M 
<. < 

I 

8 61 





Preseni 


I Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




i 


Names. 

• 


1 

43 
25 
30 


Rank. 




Rank or 
Appoint. 


laaaifca. 


1 


John Hemingway. 
A. £. Kimball 
John H. Roberts 


Captain 
IstLieat. 
2d Lieat. 


Sanford 

Biddeford 

Alfred 


Ang. 88 
do 
do 


• 




Charles P. Lord 
Seth Dillingham 
Frederic A. Wood,' Jr. 
Sylvester Hatch 
Samael Cole 


28 
21 
22 
37 
23 


Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 


N. Berwick 

do 
r>ebanon 
Welb 
Kennebnnk 








Frederic A. Henderson 
William J. Reed 
Edmnnd J. Marry 
John S. Hersom 
Harrison Hanson 
Washin^on Emerson 
Horace Jankins 
Benjamin Ricker 


26 
25 
25 
27 
18 
39 
27 
44 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Sanford 

do 

do 
Lebanon 
Lyman 
Kennebnnk 

do 
Sanford 


, 





APPBNOIX B. 



891 



Retarn of Capt An^slns A. Hoit, Company G, Eighth Reeiment Inflmtiy, Maine 
Volanteera, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have uken place in the Company since 
It entered the senrioe of the United States, on the seventh dar of September, 1861. 

AUGUSTUS A. HOIT, Captain. 





^ 




\5^ 


Muatr'd 




NMum. 


& 


Resld6DC«. 


Sj? 


into 


SMoarks. 




< 




gl 


U.8.8er. 




COMMiaa*D OFFI0BB8. 












Anf^MtOB A. Hoit, 


86 


Gouldaboro' 


M 


V 




Wilber F. Lane, 


27 


Ellsworth 


S 




Edwin Bates. 


35 


Dedham 


M 


do 




8BROBAVT8. 












James H. Brown, 


82 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 




Emenon G. Gnptill, 


23 


Gonldsboro' 


S 


do 


• 


George F. Davis, 


24 


ElUworth 


S 


do 




Richard F. Taft, 


21 


Gonldsboro* 


s 


do 




Benjamin B. Salsbnrj. 


28 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




OOBPORAL0. 












Oreen W. Scammons, 


26 


Franklin 


s 


do 




William D. Townsend, 


32 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




Stephen W. Berry, 


27 


Bangor 


8 


do 




George Card, 


20 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




George F.Taft, 


21 


Gonldsboro' 


S 


do 




George S. Hodgkins, 


37 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




James C. Ha^an, 


23 


Hancock 


S 


do 




George Higg ns. 


22 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 




xusiciAir. 












Heniy £. Rowe. 


18 


Dedham 


S 


do 




WAOOlfBB. 












Andrew Newman. 


S3 


Ellsworth 


M 


da 




FBITATB8. 












Abbott, George S. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Barber, Alexander 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Bfown, Thomas 


45 


do 


M 


do 




Bark, John 


42 


do 


s 


do 




Bowdon, George W. 
Batler, Orrin A. 


21 


Castine 


s 


do 




21 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Brown, Albert L. 


20 


Mt. Desert 


s 


do 




BUliog8,JohnE. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Black, Robert 


S8 


Fremont 


s 


do 




Brady, Jeremiah 


22 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


4 


Blalsdell, Daniel D. 


22 


Dedham 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Callighan, Humphrey 


43 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 


Campbell, Joseph 


34 


do 


s 


do 




Cain, John 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Cain, Peter 


24 


do 


s 


do 




Collins, Peter 


27 


do 


M 


do 


» 


Denio, Darid, Jr. 


28 


do 


M 


do 




Dollartl, William 


20 


do 


S 


do 




Donnel,JohnM. 


21 


Franklin 


s 


do 




Dorgan, Jenr 
Frsxier, Charles C. 


23 
20 


Ellsworth 
do 


8 

s 


do 
do 




Ford, Thomas 


83 


do 


M 


do 




Fletdier, Abijal 
Floyd, Geoige B. 


25 


Waltham 


8 


do 




20 


Orland 


M 


do 




Gordon, George 


19 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 




Geoige, James 


19 


do 


8 


do 




Giles, Roflsell H. 


19 


Amherst 


s 


do 




Oariand, Philander 


25 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 




Gray, Joseph C. 


24 


do 


S 


do 




Heath, Lewis P. 
Howard, Joseph 


28 
19 


Mt. Desert 
Ellsworth 


s 
s 


do 
do 


Reduced from Coiporal. 



892 



adjutant-obetbral'b repobt. 



Return of Company &, Eighth Regiment^ (^CkmiinuedJ) 





i 


1 


oji 


Muftr*d 




Name*. 


Ka«id«iic«. 


S 


into 


Himmfca^ « 




< 




UOS-Ser. 

Sept. 7 

1 do 




HarnngtoD, Daniel 


IsJEUsworth 




Haynes, Asa 


23. do 


M 




Hawes, Alonzo 


25| do 


S 


! do 




-fleatb, George P. 


37 Mt. Desert 


M 


1 do 




Howard, John A. 


21 Ellsworth 


M 


do 




Hanscom, Simon 


36 do 


M 


do 




Hackctt, Peter 


'33 Hancock 


M 


do 


Redoced from Corporal. 


Inealls, Geoiige S. 
JeUison, George S. 


ilS.Waltham 


S 


do 




;21| do 


S 


do 




Kincaid, Llewellyn 


20 Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Lant, Daniel S. 


I24! do 


M 


do 




Larkin, John 


20; do 


s 


do 




Moneghan, James 


:23l do 


s 


do 




McFarland,Alli9»n K. P.; 20. Sedgwick 


s 


do 




Murphyi Michael 
McFarland,£dw*dT. 


20 Ellsworth 


s 


do 




21 Eden 


s 


do 




Orcatt, Fernando 0. P. 


21 Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Phillips, Geoiige D. 


18 Dedham 


s 


do 




Patterson, Charles 


19!Ell8Worth 


s 


do 




Phillips, Sewell L. 
Royal, Henry W. 
Richardson, Isaac K 


18 


do 


s 


do 




19 


do 


s 


do 




26 Mt Desert 


M 


do 




Robinson, George 
Snllivan, Daniel 


22 Ellsworth 


s 


do 




37 do 


M 


do 




Stewart, George L. 


20 Hancock 


s 


do 




Sose, Lewis 


26, Ellsworth 


M 


do 




Smith, Renben, Jr. 


2l,Mt. Dc^rt 


S 


do 




Stevens, Frank M. 


24; Ellsworth 


M 


do 




Sanders, Clinton 


29 Orland 


M 


do 




Tonrtelotte, Calvin P. 


24 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Tourtelotte, Asa N. 


21 


do 


S 


do 




Webber, Roland C. 


23 do 


M 


do 




Watts, Horace 


20!Amherat 


s 


do 




Whittier, William P. 


2l;Gooldsboro* 


s 


do 




Wilson, Nathan 


IslSurry 
42 Dedham 


s 


do 




Wentworth, Jonas H. 


M 


do 


Reduced (h>m CorpmmL 


Yoang, Ferdinand 


23 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Young, Willard R. 


19 


Gonldsboro' 


s 


do 




Tracy, Eben R. 


32 


Hancock 


M 


do 


• 



APPENDIX D. 



898 



Recngntulaiton of Company 


G, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 




PmentA: 

Fit for 
Dutjr. 


AbMnt. 
Siek. 


Killed. 


Prison, 
•n. 


eMa«d. 


charged. 


De. 
•erted. 


Tren*- 
fenred. 


Totil. 


Commusioned Officers 
KoD-Com. Offioera 
Mnstcuuis 4 Wagoner 
Prirates 


1 
18 

3 
49 


9 
1 

16 




S 










3 

13 

S 
68 


Total 


164 


19 




3 










86 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 



Pasts RT. 



Fos DOTT. 



1 12 51 64 



Sick. 



1 14 17 



Oif 
Bpscial 

DOTT. 



Ilf 

AasssT. 



3 84 



AsSBIfT. 



BiCK. 



Oir 
SrsciAL 

SSBTICB. 



2 86 



Present Organization of the Company, 













Dat« of 


3 


Nsmet. 


i 


Rank. 




Rank or 
Appoint- 


X, 




36 






ment. 




AiMOM^i" A- Hoit 


Captain 


Gonldsboro 


Sept. 5 
do 




Wilber F. Lane 


27 


Ist Lieut. 


Ellsworth 




Edwin B. Batea 


35 


2d Lieut. 


Dedham 


do 




James H. Brown 


32 


Sergeant 


Ellsworth 


^r' 




Emenon G. Gaptill 


23 


do 


Gonldsboro 




George F. Davis 


24 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




Ridiard F. Taft 


21 


do 


Gonldsboro 


do 




Benjamin B. Salsbnry 


28 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




Green W. Scamman 


26 


Corporal 


Franklin 


V 




William D. Townsend 


32 


do 


Ellsworth 


3 Stephen W. Berry 


27 


do 


Bangor 


do 




George Card 


20 


do 


Ellsworth 


Sept. 9 




George Y.TtJi 


21 


do 


Gonldsboro 


Oct. 5 




George S. Hodgkins 


37 


do 


Ellsworth 


Oct. 10 




James C Hagan 


23 


do 


Hancock 


Oct. 23 


. 


Geoige Higgins 


22 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 



Remarks. 



894 



adjutant-general's report. 



Betsm of Cftpt John F. IGUiken, Compaaj H, Eighth RciciiBeiit lafontfy, Ifnne 

Volanteers, expressing iu condition on the morniDg of December lit, 1861, to- 
gether with ft record of the changes that have taken place in the Companj since 
u entered the senrioe of the United States on the serenth daj of September, 1861. 

JOHN F. itlLLIKEN, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMIBS'd OFFICBR8. 

John F. Miliiken, 
Edward A. Tme, 
Charles E. Howard. 

8BROK1.KT8. 

Horace Rolfe, 
Geoiige DoIIt, 
Edgar L. Bifls, 
Charles I. Davis, 
George W. Nickerson. 

CORPORALS. 

Isaac Patteraon, 
Albert O. BilU, 
John Allen, 
Noah B. Dnnton, 
John Stevens, Jr. 
Ephraim W. Wiley, 
Alonzo Brown, 
James O. Harding. 

MCSIClAir. 

Ebenezer N. Batler. 

PRITATBS. 

Abbott, George S. 
Avery, John F. 
Bowley, Reoben L. 
Bridges, Daniel 
Bridges, Asbra C. 
Butler^ Geoi^ A. 
Botler, Henry H. 
Beckwith, Martin 
Bachelder, Benj. F. 
Cotton, John CJ. 
Crosby, Charles D. 
Carter, Richard, 2d 
Carr, Charles E. 
Crocker, Leonard 
Daggett, Albert 
Dag)7ett, Lowell 
Douglas. Charles H. 
Evans, Charles E . 
Hardy, WilUird K 
Hardy, James W. 
Hawes, Alvin H. 
Heal, William H. 
Hbward, Micah 
Howard, Henry 
Keirons, Michael 
Kennedy, Joseph 
Kimball, Jesse 
Merriam, Eli C. 
Martin, Leander 
Martin, Orace A. 
Metcalf, Oliver 
Nichols, John U. 
Frescott, Alonao 



40 Belfast 
24 Hope 
22.Portland 

24|Belfast 
25'Ramford 
20 Hope 
23, Liberty 
22J Swan villa 

SOlBellkst 
20 Hope 



52 



do 

do 
Morrill 
24 1 Belfast 
19MontviIle 
19 Waldo 



Liberty 



Bncksport 

Farmington 

Hope 

Castine 
do 

Liberty 
do 

Belftst 
23 1 Belmont 
22 Hope 
45 (Wayne 
37; Sedgwick 
18| Waldo 
37{Somerville 
26; Washington 
27iLiberty 
19;Knox 
23jBrook8 
19 Searemont 
18| do 
19; Jackson 
24 Belmont 
45 1 Washington 
19 do 
24 Camden 
31 Somerville 
21 'Clinton 
22jMorrill 
2l'Appleton 
18 Hope 
39, Camden 
24! Ellsworth 
181 Hope 



Mmtr'd 

Into 
U^Ser. 

Sept 7 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
•do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



Died at Annapolis. 
Resigned as ^rgeant 
Promoted to 4th Seiigeant. 

Resigned as Corporal 
Promoted to Ist CorporaL 
" 2d " 
" 3d' " 
" 5th Sergeant. 
" 4th Corporal. 
" 5th 

6th " 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Sept. 9 

S Sept. 
M Sept. 9 



Sept. 7 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Sept 9 

do 
Sept 7 

do 
Sept 9 

Sept 7 

do 
do 
do 



Promoted to Corporal. 
Sick at Hilton Head. 



Sick at Annapolia. 
Sick at Angntta. , 



Drowned at L. L 

Promoted to Corporal. 
Sick at Annapolis. 



APPENDIX D. 



895 



Return of Company Hj Eighth Regimeniy ( Conti$iued.') 









Si 


Muttr'd 




Hamaa. 


i 


Reddence. 


M 


into 


Ramarki. 




<_ 




U.8.8er 




Packard, Horace P. 


39 


Hope 


s 




Pinkham, Warren 


S3 


Washington 


M 




PatterBon, Franklin 


19 


Belfast 


S 


V 




Fatridge, George W. 


19 


Somerville 


S 




Pottle, Nathaniel J. 


SO 


Searsmont 


S 


do 






18 


Belfast 


s 


V 




Bobbins, Enoch W. 


S8 


Seanport 


8 




Stevenf , Frederic A. 


18 


Monroe 


S 


do 




Smith, Boston 


81 


Clinton 


S 


Sept. 9 


Discharged. Disability. 


Taylor, Jacob 


43 


Belmont 


M 


"-L^' 




Vickery, Alfred P. 


18 


Waldo 


S 




Wasgatt, George 


26 


Rockland 


M 


do 




Waterman, Lewis A. 


18 


Hope 




do 




Weed, Leri 


28 


Camden 


M 


t' 


' 


Wentwortfa, Ben iamin 
Tonng^ Charles H. 


27 


Searsmont 


M 




SI 


N. Yarmonth 


S 


do 





896 abjutakt-gbnsral's beport. 

Bseapitulation of Company ff, Eighth Regiment Infantry y Maine Vohmteert. 





Preient & Absent. 




Prinii. 
en. 


De- 

CMMd. 


Dit. 
ctaargwi. 


De- 


u 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killod. 


MTtcd. 


ToCaL 


Cominisflioned Officers 
Non-Com.' OflSoen 
Mnsiciaiu & Wagoner 
PriTfttes 


3 
12 

1 
46 


2. 






1 
1 


1 






3 
IS 

1 
50 


Total 


62 


2 






2 


1 






67 



Condensed Morning Report^ December Isf, 1861. 



Pbmsrt. 



Fob Dutt. 



S 10*39 52 



Bics. 



Bpicial 

Dt'TT. 



lit 

AmaasT. 



Aataar. 



Bicc 



Oif 
PrsciAL 
Sbbticb. 



60 



4 64 



Present Organization of the Company. 



' — 








"■ 


Date of 




s 


Namea. 


i 


Rank. 


BMidenca. 


Rank or 
Appoiat- 


Baaarka. 


K 




< 






ment. 






John F. MiUiken 


40 


Captain 


Belfast 


V 


• 




Edward 'A. True. 


24 


Ist Lieut 


Hope 






Charles £. Howard 


22 


2d Lieut. 


Portland 


do 






Horace Rolfe 


24 


Sergeant 


Belfast 


V 






George Dolly 


25 


do 


Rnmford 


. 


George W. Nickerson 


22 


do 


Swanville 


Sept 7 






John Stevens, Jr. 


27 


do 


MoniU 


Ort.8 






Albert 0. Bills 


20 


Corporal 


Hope 


Oct 8 






John Allen 


20 


do 


do 


do 






Noah B. Dunton 


18 


do 


do 


do 






Kphraim W. Wiley 
Alonso BrOTiA 


24 


do 


Belfast 


do 






18 


do 


Montville 


do 






James O. Harding 


19 


do 


Waldo 


do 






Eli C. Merriam 


22 


do 


Morrill 


do 






Charles E. Carr 


16 


do 


Waldo 


do 





APPBNDIX D. 



897 



B«tanior C»pt Wilham M. Mc Arthur, Company I, Eighth Begiment Tnfantiy, Maine 
VolaDteera, expressine ito condition on the morning of December let, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
eatered the service of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

WILLIAM M. MoARTHUR, Captain. 



COMMiaa'D OrFICBRS. 

WillUm M. McArthnr, 
Charles H. Robinson, 
Jobn E. McUrda. 

8BSOKAHT8. 

Horace Ingraham, 
Joseph Small, 
William H. Giflbid, 
John M. Trier, 
Heniy E. Toaier. 

COKPORAL8. 

Edwin D. Pinkham, 
WUIiam Stockdale, 
John L. Taylor, 
Geofge Osgood, 
Walter H. Hill, 
James Osgood, 
Solomon Benner, 
Elliot O. Robinson. 

MUSI CI Airs. 
Tnie P. Prescott, 
John W. Saywaid. 

WA009BK. 

Wmiam B. Robinson. • 

PRIYATBS. 

Autiii, James 
Bmga, John H. 
Bonm, George W. 
Boshier, Mark £. 
Bushier, Levi 
Bnmell, Henry L. 
Botler, Thomas 
Blackstone, Daniel 
Clement, Appleton R 
Dusty, James 
Ellery, Nathaniel 
Grey, Lewis 
Grant, George 
Gnppy, Stillman 
Boole, Thomas G. 
Ingraham, Thomas F. 
Johnson, Charies W. 
Keay, Edwin A. 
Enights, John K. 
Lamson, Benjamin 
Lont, WillUm H. 
l^dwig, James, Jr. 
McUrda^ Enhraim T. 
HcUida, Alonzo B. 
Morrison, Walter H. 
Korris, William H. 
Oeward, Pan! 
Pollard, Joseph H 
Parker, Samnel 
Perry, George 



29 Limington 
33, Unity 
37 Jefferson 

26 Angnsta 
21 Limington 

23 Albion 

23 1 Limington 

24 Waterville 



lUddAiiM. 



Waldoboro' 
Boston, Mass. 
Pownal 
Exeter 

do 
Hiram 
Waldoboro' 
Westbrook 

Appleton 
Thorndike 

Albion 



Albion 
Dexter 
ISJSkowhegan 
18 Freedom 
Waterville 
Baldwin 
Waterville 

do 
Montville 
Waterville 
- HalloweU 
19|Pittston 
19|Knox 
21 Corinth 
26|Bninswick 
18 Angnsta 
18 Wddoboro' 
18| Angnsta 
26 j Portland 
18 Vassalboro' 
18lBninswick 
29,Waldoboro' 



Jefferson 

do 
Albion 
Limington 



20| Waterville 
18|BmnBwick 
44 Hiram 
191 Waterville 



Si 


MurtrMi 
Into 


SS U.a8er. 


S 'Sept. 7 


M Sept. 9 


M 


Sept. 7 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


Sept. 9 


S 


Sept 7 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do . 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 



RMsarks. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 
Promoted to First Sergeant. 
Sick at Hilton Head. 



Promoted to Sergeant. 
Discharged for disability. 
Drowned at Providence. 



Reduced to ranks. 



Discharged by consent. 



Sick at Annapolis. 
Discharged for disability. 



898 



ABJUTAirrOSNXRAL'S RRPOBT. 



Return of Company I, Eighth Regiment ^ (^Continued.^ 









^i 


Mi»tr*il 




NUMfc 


i 


iMldMies. 


i^ 


into 


KansAs- 




< 

20 


• 


Is 


U^.8er. 




Beneo, Moses 


Waterrille 


S 




Beeyes, Melzar D. 


19 


JefierBon 


s 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Bonnellf, Frank B. 


19 


Hallowell 


s 


do 




Bftnktns, Lnciiu 


45 


WaterWlle 


M 


do 




Steward, Joseph 


18 


Bingham 


s 


do 


SickatAonHK^lis. 


Staples, Oiiaado 


18 


Readfield 


s 


do 




Sdochfieid, Charies E. 


18 


Bmnswick 


s 


do 


• 


Varney, Albert 


SO 


Vassalboro* 


s 


do 


SickatAnnH>oUs. 




18 


Sandwich, N. 


s 


do 




York, Nicholas 


45 


ComviUe [H. 


M 


do 




Beynolds, Washington 
MeiTiU, WiUiam K 


20 


Bnmham 


s 


do 


SickatAnnapolii. 


18 


Limingtoa 


8 


do 




Labier, Gott 


22 


Waterrille 


8 


do 




Willis, William 


19 


HalloweU 


s 


do 




Kimball, Geoige A. 


24 


Angnsta 


8 


do 




Fno, Peter 


18 


Wateryillo 


8 


do 




Lane, ^ohn M. 


45 




M 


do 




Stimpson, Warren 


19 


Bmnswick 


8 


Sept. 9 


Disdiaigedfordisabili^. 


Briggs, Franklin 8. 


18 


Winthrop 
Watenrille 


8 


Sept. 7 


•*«« « 


Perry, Charies 


18 


8 


do 




Brown, Franklin 


18 


Bmnswick 


8 


Sept. 9 


Taken on habeas oorpos. 



APPENDIX D* 



899 



RectxpUuIaJtion of Company ly Eighth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Vdunteen. 





PnwntJtAbMot. 




Priaon- 


De- 
ceaaad. 


Di». 
charged. 


De- 








Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ers. 


sertad. 


ferred. 


TotsL 


Commissioned Officers 

Maflidans & Wagoner 
PriTates 


3 

7 

S 

43 


2 
6 














3 

9 

2 

49 


Total 


55 


8 


1 


1 . 




63 


Condemed Morning Report, December 1«/, 1861. 




AviCJfT'. 



Stcs. 



On. 



1 t i 



2 

D 
ft 

i 

I 



< ^ 
IE 

iiii 



Present Organization of the Company, 





— 






Dale of 




i 


Nt««.. 


1 


Rank. 




Ranker 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Ramarks. 


1 

s 

3 


Wniiam M. McArthor 
Charles H. Robinson 
John E. McUrda 


29 
33 
37 


Captain 
IstLieat 
2d Lieut 


Limington 

Unity 

Jefferson 


Septs 
Sept 4 




1 
2 
3 

4 
5 


Joseph Small 
Horace In^n^un 
John M. Tyler 
Henry £. Tower 


21 
26 
24 


Serjeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Limington 
Aogusta 
Limington 
Waterville 
Boston, Mass. 


Not. 1 
do 

Sept. 




1 
2 

3 

4 


Edwin D. Pinkham 
Walter H. Hill 
James Osgood 
Solomon Benner 


21 
19 
45 
38 


Corporal 
do 
do 
do 


Waldoboro' 
Kxcter 
Hiram 
Waldoboro' 


Sept. 7 
do 
do 
do 





400 



ABJUTAHT-GiarBEAL'S BKPOKT. 



Bctarn of Cspt John Consnt, Coin|MU^ K, Eighth RcchDesl iRfiuiliy. Mane Ydl«»- 
teen, ezpresstn^ its coDdhion on the morning of uecember 1st, 1861, tos:ether 
widi a record A the ehanges that have uken plaee ia the Conpaaj since it tm- 
toed the ienrioe of the Unued States, on the sereaih dar of September, liSl. 

JOHU CONANT, ^ - 





• 


Si Mwir'd __ 


HSBMU 


&| llriJsT«. 






< 


Is VMtr} 












John Conant, 


47 Bangor 


M 


^^ 




Henrj Brawn, 


29 Oldtown 


M 




Hillmao Smith. 


26 Bradley 


S 


do 




SKROBAVTS. 


1 








Kendall Pollaid, 


26 Brownrille 


S 


do Sick at Port BoyaL 


Fernando Jellisoa, 


26 Milford 


S 


To' 




John McCowan, 


37 i Lagrange 


S 


Sick at Port BoyaL 


Anrelios Sterens, 


36. do 


M 


"X' 




Benjamin F. Brookins. 


28.Brsdford 


M 




CORPORALS. 


1 








Hiram N. Parker, 


2rGlenbnm 


S 


do 




Ephraim P. White, 


39 Lowell 


M 


do 




Jonathan Knowles, 


28Lagrsnge 


M 


do 




James Salryer, 


34 Oldtown 


M 


do 




Palmer Lorejoj, 
Edward M. Storer, 


23 Medford 


S 


do 




2 1, Bradford 


S 


do 


Promoted to CononL 


Isaac Ellfot, 


39'Medford 


M 


do 


tt ««*^ 


George A. Banlding. 


21 Bradley 


S 


do 




MUSlCIAir. 












Abrsm L. Sanborn. 


16 


Lagiaage 


s 


Sept 9 




WAOOHBRS. 












Joshua Decker, Jr., 


45 


do 


M 


^^ 




SylTcster Hardj. 


41 


Boston 


s 




PRIYATBS. 












Bnik, Thomas 


36 Bangor 


s 


do 




Boober, Jeremiah 


46' Lagrange 


M 


do 




Bragdon, Sylranns 


2rOrono 


s 






Boober, Daniel R. 


18 Lagrange 


s 






Brown, Thomas D. 


21.Argyle 


s 


do 




Brjant, Wm. H. 


20 Lagrange 


s 


do 




Bean. Jeremiah 


27! do 


M 


do 




Bennett, Edward 


25 Hartford, Ct. 


s 


do 




Blanchard, Edwin 


18 Exeter 


s 








18 Banfiror 


s 


do 




Clewly, AWah A. 


18' Bradley 


s 


do 




Collins, Howard 


22J do 


s 


do 




Cary. Alrin L. 
Carlton, Patrick 


2 1, Lagrange 


s 


do 




48' Bangor 


M 


do 




Commier, William 


25()ldtown 


s 


do 




CasweiU William 


29 Bangor 


s 


do 




Corley, James 


31' do 


s 


do 




Daoforth, Stephen, 2d 


18 Lagrsnge 


s 


do 




Danforth, Saronel P. 


2i:AigTle 


s 


do 




Emerson, William P. 


20 Bradford 


s 


do 




Famham, John A. 


28 Bangor 


s 


do 




Grant, Moses 


48 Oldtown 


M 


do 




Hinkley, Benjamin P. 


22 Lagran^ 


s 


do 




Hojn^n, Israel L. 


33,Greenfield 


M 


do 




Hall, Jackson 


28, Bangor 


s 


do 


Dischaiged. DisahOhy. 




seiBradford 


M 


do 




Johnston, Nathaniel 


28 Winterport 


M 


do 




Jewett, D. Lewellyn 


21'SangerviUe 


S 






Knox, David 


27 j Oldtown 


S 


do 




Kellher, Leonard B. 


21 


Lagrange 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



401 



Return of Company K, Eighth Regiment^ (Continued.) 



littlefieid, Charles H. 
Lamphier, Samuel 
Moores, Isaac 
McDonald, Malcolm 
McClmre, Joseph A. 
Page, Joshua M. 
Richaidson, Hezekiah 
Bichardson, George 
BoberU, Abijah A. 
Spaoldinff, John A. 
Sawjer, Horatio B. 
Spring, Lather W. 
Smithf Milton 
Stetson, Rodner C 
Spring, Edward 
Spalding, Alpheos 
Spanlding, William 
Sawyer, Ether 
Sawjer, Alfred F. 
Smith, William H. 
Sanborn, Joseph 
Thornton, John 
Thomas, Alanson C. 
Taylor, John L. 
Witbam, Peter W. 
Wentworth, Nathaniel 
WUIett, Charles 
Willett, David 
Innman, Stephen 
Booden, Charles 
Folsom, William H. 
Thomas, Calvin C. 
Sanborn, William 
Afery, John H. 
Pratt, Simeon 
Biggs, George W. 
Tasker, Colambns D. 
Freese, Retire 
Partridge, WiUiam 



RMldenee. 



Lagrange. 

Oldtown 

Argyle 

Bangor 

Charleston 

Greenbnsh 

Oldtown 

Bangor 

Oldtown 

Bradley 

Lagrange 

Newburg 

Bangor 

Lagrange 

Oldtown 

do 
Medford 

do 
Alton 
Lagrange 
Bangor 

do 
Hampden 
Greenfield 
Bangor 
Oldtown 
Milford 

do 
Lagrange 
Greenbuflh 
Ellsworth 
Lagrange 
Qreenbush 

do 

do 

do 
Lagrange 
Oldtown 



SiJ 


MuHtr'd 


s? 


into 


is 


US Set. 


s 


Sept 7 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 




S 




S 


do 


s 




s 
s 


Sept? 
do 


M 


do 


M 




s 




s 




s 




M 




s 




s 




s 




s 


do 


s 




s 




s 




M 




s 




s 
s 


Sept 9 
do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 



Remarks. 



Sick at Fort Boyal. 



Sick at Fort Boyal. 



Died at Washington, Oct 
Sick at Annapolis. 



402 ADJUTANT-GBirSRAL'S REPORT. 

Meeapitulaiian of Company K^JBighth Rtgiment Infantry^ Maine VohmUen 





PrMentJtAbMnt. 


KJIlwL 


FriwN^ 
en. 


De. 

MMOd. 


Di»> De- 
charged, nortod- 

* 


TnS.- 
womom 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ToCaL 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Friyates 


3 
11 

3 
63 


2 
3 








1 
1 






3 
13 

4 
67 


Total 1 80 


5 








2 






87 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1«^, 1861. 






Present Organization of the Coning. 














bMot 




.i 


Mamai. 


1 


Rank. 




Rank or 
Appoint. 


Bamarkib 


K 




< 






menl. 






John Conant 


46 


Captain 


Bangor 


^0* 






Henry Brawn 


29 


1st Lieut 


Oldtown 






Hillman Smith . 


26 


2d Lieut. 


Bradley 


do 






Kendall FoUard 


25 


Sergeant 


Brownyille 


V 








26 


do 


Milford 






John McCowan 


37 


do 


Lagrange 


do 






Aorelins Stevens 


36 


do 


do 


do 






Hiram N. Parker 


21 


Corporal 


Glenhum 


V 


, 




Ephraim P. White 


39 


do 


Greenfield 






Jonathan Knowles 


28 


do 


Lagrange 
Oldtown 


do 






James Sawyer 


34 


do 


do 






Palmer Lov^oy 
Edward M. Storer 


23 


do 


Medford 


do 






21 


do 


Bradford 


do 






Isaac Elliot 


39 


do 


Medford 


do 






Geoige A. Baolding 


21 


do ' 


Bradley j 


do 





iLPPXNOIX O. 



408 



• VBBSENT OBGANIZATION OF FIELD AUD STAFF. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 



Namts. 


lUak. 


Bfld<l«MM. 


Bfttoofiunk. 


John D. Rnst 


Colonel 


Camden 


Dec 14, 1661 


Ephriam Woodman* 


Lientenant-Colonel 


Wilton 


do 


Jowph F. Twitchell 


Major 


Patten 


do 


Edward H. Keynoldt 


Adjatant 


Belfaat 


Jan. IS, 186S 


Aagiwtos H. Strickland 


Qaartermaster 


Ltvermore 


Sept. 9, 1861 


Paul M. Fiiher 


Sarii^on 


Corinna 


Sept. S, 1861 


Jonathan S. Honghton 


ABsutant Snigeon 


Solon 


Sept 7, 1861 



404 



adjutant^okkkral's bepobt. 
NINTH REGIMENT. 



Bdttm of original FTddand Staff Offieen of Nbdk Begimai Infindry, Maim VolwUen^ 
ihaufitig dumgm wftiicA have taken place bg promotion, rengnatioa, or olktrwiae^ timet 
entaring $ertnee of the United Statee. 



NUDM. 


- 
Bank. 


BMidoBca. 


Daf•orAppo4a^ 
m&mu 


BMBufca. 


Riibworth Rich 


Colonel 


Portland 


Sept21,1861 


4 


Coleman Hardiog 
Horatio Bisbee, Jr. . 


Lieat.-Colonel 


Gorfaam 


do 


RaigMd. 


Lieot.-Colonel 


Canton 


Jan. 8, 186S 




Sabine Emerr 
Jamea C. M. Fnrbiah 


Major 
Adjutant 


Eastport 
Portland 


do 
do 




John H. Lowell 


Qaartermaster 


Hallowell 


do 




Joel Richardson 


Snrgeon 


RockUnd Sept SO, 1861 
Fairfield Sept 19, 1861 




Cyrna D. Tnck 
l^ple Catter 
Marrtiall P. GetcheU 


Asst-Snrgeon 




Chaplain 


Skowhe^m Dec 7. 1861 




Scfgt.-Major 


Waterrille 






Henry A. Gray 


Q'rm'r.-Sergt 


Portland 






Joabaa 6. Roes 


Com'y-Sergt 


do 






Leroy Hight 
Edward P. Wyman 


Com'y-Sei^ Scarboro' 






Hoap. Steward 


Angosta 




[SergMnt. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Namei. 


Bank. 




DaleofMiutor 
into U. 8. Senr. 


LeyiKBigelow 


Leader 


Skowhegan 


Sept 22, 1861 


William C. Merrill 


Musician 


do 


do 


S. v. Robinson 


do 


do 


do 


F. 0. Walker 


do 


do 


do 


John W. Warren 


do 


Comrille 


do 


George F. Moore 
Abel D. Russell 


do 


Anson 


do 


do 


Weld 


do 


Darid M Barker 


do 


Skowhegan 


do 


JohnMcCriUis 


do 


do 


do 


George A. Barnard 


do 


do 


do 


Dyer W. Sweit 
Eliha McCrillis 


do 


Berwick 


do 


do 


G.Fall8,N.H. 


do 


John M. Came 


do 


N. Berwick 


do 


William Plnmmer 


- do 


Skowhegan 


do 


Ezra H. Snow 


do 


do 


do 


Henry K. Sawyer 
Marshall H. Dalton 


do 


Norridgewock 


do 


do 


do 


do 


William Hilton 


do 


do 


do 


Charles E. French 


do 


Anson 


do 


John H. Handy 


do 


Norridgewock 


do 


George W. Hilton 


do 


N. Berwick 


do 


William H. Hunter 


do 


Strong 


do 


Marshall P. Hale 


do 




do 


John Blair 


do 


Skowhegan 


do 



APPENDIX P. 



405 



Refcara of Ci^t Qeorg^ F. Granger, Company A, Ninth Regiment Infantrj, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the seryice of the United States, on the twenty-second day of September. 
1861. GEORGE F. GRANGER, Captain. 



• 


1 




g« Muatr'd 


^ 


Nimafl. 




^i U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 


OOM miss'd OFFICBRS. 












George F. Granger, 


24 


Calais 


S 


V 




Frederick A. Emeir, 


24 


Eastport 


s 




Joseph Nbble. 


23 


Angnsta 


s 


do 




8BROSART8. 










« 


Amaxiah N. Goodwin, 




Calais 


s 


do 




Horatio D. Barber, 




do 


M 


do 




Samael A. Doten, 


23 


Baring 


s 


do 




Thomas J. Robinson, 


23 


Calais 


s 


do 




George S. Colbath. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 












£dward B. Collins, 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Thomas Flinn, 


23 


do 


M 


do 




l^illiam H. Simpson, 


23 


Baring 


s 


do 




WUliam A. Babcock, 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Ira W. Bailey, 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Albert H. Prescott, 


23 


Calais 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks.' 


AWin Moon, 


19 


Princeton 


s 


do 


i* it 


Michael Berry. 


20 


Calais 


s 


do 


Sick in Quarters. 


MCStClANS. 




• 








William C. Dill, 


49 


Gardiner 


M 


do 




S. A Woodcock. 


15 


Calais 


s 


do 




WAOOWBR. 












Barney McGraw, 


24 


do 


M 


do 


Prisoner at Raleigh, N. a 


PRIVATRS. 












Berry, James 


22 


do 


S 


do 


Deserted at Boston. 


Berry, James H. 


18 


do 


S 


do 




Beyerly, Henry S. 
Boyd, Edward 


34 


Princeton 


S 


do 




21 


Calais , 


S 


do 




Borby, George 


24 


Princeton 


s 


do 




Bargees, George F. 


19 


Angnsta 
Fredericton 


s 


do 




Brownell, Thomas 


23 


s 


do 




Chism, John 


18 


Calais 


s 


.do 




Cair, John A. 


23 


BailcyyUle 


s 


do 


Died at Washington. 


Cleaves, George 


41 


Calais 


M 


do 


Colbath, Dennis 


18 


do 


s 


do 


. 


Calnarin, Daniel 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Commickle, John H. 


22 


do 


8 


do 




Campbell, Colin 


24 


Baring 


s 


do 




Doten, William B. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Dans, Horace M. 


23 


Calais 


s 


do 




Eyard, Pantelle 


26 


Wateryille 


s 


do 




Estee, AWin 


43 


Calais 


s 


do 






22 


do 


M 


do 




Ferrill, WillUm 


18 


Princeton 








Foley, Nelson 


34 


Calais 


M 


do 




Finton, William 


23 


do 


S 


do 




Foley, Michael 


21 


Alexander 


8 


do 




Greenlaw, John A 


22 


Calais 


8 


do 




GUIispie, Michael 


18 


Alexander 


S 


do 




Gonnna, Georira 


26, Princeton 


S 


do 




GiUif, William A 


19 Calais 


s 


do 




Gardiner, John 0. 


19 do 


s 


do 




Hall, John H. 


20 Banns 


s 


do 




Hickey, John H. 


19 


CaUis 


s 


do 





406 



ADJVTJLST'GESnSBJLl/B RBPOBT. 



Return of Company A^ Ninth Regiment^ ( ConHnaed.') 



NUMI., 



s« 


Mustr'd 


ilt 


into 


ass 


U.BJSer. 


s 

s 


V 


8 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8, 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


.do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 



Hogan, Jeremiah 
Hamilton, Horace C. 
Hill, Alexander 
Harper, John 
Hall, Henry A. 
Hopkins, Henry 
Haines, William R 
Howe, John H. , 
Kiddar, Joseph 
Logan, William M. 
Morse, John 
Mitchell, John 
Mcintosh, 

McQraw, Andrew J. 
McKusick, Thurston P. 
McFarland, Bradford 
McCoUum, James 
McGraw, Andrew 
M'Cloud, Thomas 
Mnnson, Warren 
McGraw, Thomas A. 
McMahon, John 
Parrington, Alexander 
Perkins, Isaac 
Perkins, Dnstin 
Phillips. David 
Rawlins, Andrew J. R. 
Banco, Abram 
Boss, Skeffington T. 
8mith, Lorenzo 
Scott, Charles H. 
Scott, Andrew J. 
Stanhope, Levi 
Miller, Alexander 
Stanhope, Aaron 
Stanhope, Warren 
Staples, George 
Slater, John 
Smith, Daniel A. 
Smith, George 
Sutherland, Jolm 
Steen, James 
Thornton, Chas. W. N. 
Tripp, Bobert 
Whitman, John 
White, Edward 
Wedman, Charlei 
Woodcock, William D, 
Woodman, John 
Wharff, Howard T. 
Morang, Aaron 
I^ejghton, Edward 



Calais 

Princetoa 

Calais 

do 

do 
Eastport 
W. Gardiner 
Gardiner 
Princeton 
Calais 
Baring 
Calais 

do 
Princeton 
Baring 
Augusta 
Calais 

do 
Baring 
Crawford 
Calais 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Fredericton 
Anson 
Watenrille 
Calais 
Baring 



Calais 

do 
Robbinston 
18'CaIais 
I Robbinston 

23 Calais 

24 BaileyTilIe 
18 Princeton 
22'Crawford 
22,Ca]ai8 

20> do 
23 ; do 

35 Eastport 
21 Baring 
21 Calais 
18 do 

20 Baring 
45 Calais 
18 do 

21 Eastport 
24 Syracuse 



Sick at Hilton Head. 



Knied Deer Beltiiiiofe. 



APPBNDIX D. 



407 



Reeapihdatwn of Campcmy A, IRnik Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteer $. 




Piwent At Absent. 




PriM»ii. 
en. 


'De- TM-- 


1 

De- TfMie. 

■erted. fened. 

1 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Siek. 


Killed. 


ceaaed. 


cbarged. 


ToUL 


Non-Com. OflSccts 
MnsiciAQs & Wagoner 
Priyates 


3 

13 

2 

77 


2 


1 


2 






1 




3 
13 

3 
82 


Total 


95 


2 


1 1 2 






1 




101 



Condensed Morning Report^ December \gt, 1861. 



PftSUIIfT. 



For Duty. 



13 



a. 

£ < 

— I— 

70 86 



01CS. 



I. 

i # 

€ z 
c = 

I i 

11 



2 2 



fipBCIAX. 

DuTr. 



Akksst. 



AeisifT. 



Bios. 



I 

15' 
S2 ^, 



II 
ill 



I 97 



1^ 






Oif 

SPXCIAL 



^ > 



II 

s s 

ft & 



2' 2 99 





Present 
















Date of 




.^ 


NMmm, 


& 


Rank. 


Beeidence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 






< 
24 






ment. 




1 


George F. Granger 


Captain 


Calais 


Sept 22 
do 




2 Frederic A. Emeir 


24 


1 St Lieut. 


Eastport 




3 Joseph Koble 


23 


2d Lieut. 


Augusta 


do 




l' 


Amaziah N. Goodwin 


24 


Sergeant 


Lowell 


Oct. 8 




2] Horatio D. Barber 


24 


do 


Calais 


Sept 20 
do 




3 Samuel A. Doten 


23 


do 


Baring 


, 


4>Tboinas J. Robinson 


23 


do 


Calais 


do 




5 George S. Colbath 


23 


do 


do 


do 


\ 


1 Edward E. Collini 


19 


Corporal 


Calais 


Sept 20 




2|Thoinas Flinn 


23 


do 


do 




3 William H. Simpson 


23 


do 


Baring 


do 




4.WU]iam A.Babcock 


21 


do 


do 


do 




Sjlra W. Bailey 


19 


do 


do 


do 




61 Aaron Morang 


23 


do 


Eastport 


Oct 6 




7 James Steen 


24 


do 


Calais 


Nov. 6 




8 


Michael Folej 


23 


do 


do 


Dccl 


■ 



408 



abjxttaht-obmbral'b rbpobt. 



Betnrn of Capt Zina H. BoUhmii, Compaoy B, Kintli BttiiMDt lalaatrf Mnae 

Volanteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record o? the changes that hare taken place in the GompaaT sinre k 
entered the serrke of the United States, on the twentT-seoond daT of 8epccmbcr« 

ZINA H. ROBIKSON, -^ 



1861. 



commisb'd oppicbbb. 
Zina H. Robinson, 
Jonathan P. C FaU, 
Alfred T. Robinson. 

aSBOBAVTt. 

Benjamin F. Whitten, 
Henry M. Jordan, 
Dennis Hagar, 
Benjamin F. Gage, 
Akzander Dalej. 

0ORPORAL8. 

Daniel Fletcher, 
Samuel L. Silley, 
Richaid B. Lawell, 
Joseph Dnrgin, 
Bosweli Dnnton, 
Darid £. Coombs, 
William Parehlcy, 
Oliver Doughty. 

MCSICIAICS. 

Qeofge L. Corbett, 
Jeste H. OetcbelL 

WAOOlfKB. 

EUiot C. Dnrui. 

PRITATBS. 

ATCiy, Joseph 
Alexander, Asa J. 
Berry, Emery 
Blake, Clark 
Besse, Seward A. 
Blackman, Wm. O. 
Boney, George 
Bowker, Isaiah 
Blasden, Andrew M. 
Bennett, James H. 
Bennett, George B. 
Buroe, Alphonxo 
Crooker, Woodman 
Corson, Reuben C 
Colby, Comeliuf 
Coffin, Henry B. 
Cross, Sidney T. 
Cutler, James H. 
Doughty, Harvey M. 
Dcney, Joseph 
Daughty, George £. 
Eaton, Edward R. 
Estes, Benjamin 
Cobb, Michael 
Fuller. David 
Foy, Edwin 
Freeman, William E. 
Goss. James F. 
Green, Charles W. 
Hinkley, Ephiaim 



18 Bath 

18 Brunswick 



do 
Boothbay 
Oxford 
18: Bath 
l90xford 
19Phtp8buig 



BmnswidL 
do 
do 
Hebron 
Bath 

Brunswick 

do 

do 

Bethel 

23!Minot 

22 Brunswick 



do 

do 

do 

19! Durham 
40'Bath 



Brunswick 

do 

do 
Minot 
Phipsboig 
Strong 



Bath 

Topsham 

Bath 

Topsham 

Poland 

Boothbay 

Paris 

Phipsbuig 

do 
Georgetown 
PhipsbuTg 
Poland 
Gardiner 
Brunswick 
Bath 
Brunswick 

do 
do 

Poland 



'^i 


Murtr'di 


'S? IBIO 


'||,U.SJSer. 


ls;Scptja 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 




do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


xM 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 



SidL with few at 



Prisoner at Raleigh. 



Died at Washington, Oct. 8. 



Deceaaed on the voyage ont. 



APPENDIX J>. 



406 



Return of Company B, Ninth Regiment^ ( Continued.') 



Hunter, Robert D. 
Hand, William L. 
Hunter, Wildes O. 
Hukeli, Frederick K. 
Hallowell, Western 
HarriB, Chase M. 
Jaqneth, Asa W. 
Knigfata, William 
Leach, Phineas 
Lowell, James H. 
Lowell, John 
Moody, Alohzo 
Mnnroe, Edlan M. 
Morse, Adelbert E. 
Martin, Isaac B. 
Manning, Marcus M. 
Mills, Solon H. 
Preble, Granrille A. 
Pope, James H. 
Peterborough, Robert 
Potter, William S« 
Page, George M. 
Potter, James 
Bnasell, Edward 
Bobbins, Miller B. 
Rogers, Randall 
Rogers, Alden 
Randall, Cyrus C. 
Bosi, Thomas 
Smith, Samuel 
Small, William 
St. Clair, Georee A. 
Thompson, CoUins P. 
Thayer, Pliny M. 
Webber, Loring 8. 
Wilson, Jacob 
Whitney, Royall T. 
Walker, William H. 
Work, Lewis ML 
Whitman, Kmore S. 
Walker, Melvin F. 
Welch, Milton W. 
Woodworth, Joseph 
Tonng, Warren W. 
Tcwk, Charles D. 
Cilley, WUliam 



Topsham 
Portland 
Topsham 
Houlton 
China 
Poland 
Vassalboro' 
Poland 
Auburn • 
IS^hipsburg 
do 
Brunswick 
Paris 
Phipsbuig 
DauTillelMs. 
Cambridgep't 
Bethel 
Boothbay 
Gardiner 
Thoney Eagle 
Brunswick 
Phipsburg 
Bowdoin 
Harpswell 
Bath 
Phipsbnig 

Topsham 

Minot 

Phipsburff 

Cherryfield 

Topsham 

Brunswick 

Phipsburg 

do 
Phillips 
Poland 
Topsham 
Heoron 
Portland 
Brunswick 
Bowdoin 
E. Livermore 
Brunswick 
Airowsic 



8« 


MustrM 


II 


into 
(J.8.Ser. 


8 
S 


^r 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


Oct. 8 


8 
8 


^ 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 



Deserted Oct. SO at camp. 
Deserted Sept. 23. 



27 



410 adjutan^gxnbbal's report. 

E&i{^niulatum of Chmpanff B^ Ninth Regimmt Infimtry, Maitu VokmteerM. 





PfMentAc 

Pli for 
Duly. 


Akmnu 

Sick. 


KilM. 


Priwn. 
•n. 


De- 

CMMd. 


Dfi. 1 Dfe* 

ChUIMLMIlMl. 

1 


Tntu- 

felTWL 


Total. 


Commiaaioncd Officers 
Non-Com. Offlcort 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

12 

2 

64 


I 
8 




1 


1 


1 


1 




3 

la 

3 
75 


Total 


81 


. » 




1 


1 


I ; 1 




94 



Condensed Morning Report^ Decemlbep \9ty 1861. 



PsstBinw 



Poa DoTT. 



Bics. 



Oa 
Bpbcial 

DUTT. 



Ill 



1 1 -* III 

ju nil Mil I 

3 10 54 6:~T 



n 



Aatsirv. 



Sick. 



'? Si 



Oa , 
SntciAi. 
Sbbvicb. 



L 



I 



l!l li 



II' £11 

1 i' < a.i-i S 

If f I Si 8 Iff III* 



^i 



a: a. < u ac 



5i S* 



I 7! 



ll 4S6 . 



1 S 



ac £ < -CI 



1 489f 



Pt6$tmi Orgamaaiicm of ike Q wy ow y* 




IJiHMtlMi P. C Fan 
9 Alftvd T. Rohia^^m 



1 lIcttfT M. Jor^laa 
9 IVmm Hacear 
4 R^^iaaiia F. Gai:« 



^tcOipiM Bath 
t6 1st Lkenx. Tcftheam 
:M:MLwiL Bath 

i 






s^.. 



.19 



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9 Sa^aiawa \^ S .>t 
^RidWarlR U^«^ 

ft R<*Snt l>a>4aa 
4 IHva E OiMfcW 
T ^;.:iaiai PAi^^itj 

I 



4i> CVfTcral rk.^T»4aa^ S<»«- 

•«^ Aa iWyxxvacivw -fta 

::&4 Af» Rnaw:«wk ^ 
•42 ite 



19 



APPSVBIX D. 



411 



Bellini of Capt Tbovu L. Seed, Company C, Ninth B«|^eiit Infimtrr, Maina 
VolaDteen, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the sarrioe of the United States, on the twenty-second day of September, 
1861. THOMAS L. R££D, Captain. . 



Namss. 



COM mibs'd ofviobrs. 
Thos. Ij. Reed, 
Henry Sewall, 
John Li. Emerson. 

■■B0BAVT8. 

James JL Thompson, 
William Campbell, 
IhiTid L. Tracy, 
George Coney, 
George W. Brown. 

CORPORA L8. 

Benjamin J. Hill, 
Daniel B. Moray, 
Riehard B. Hnssey, 
Oscar M. Whiting, 
Harrison H. Blair, 
William R. Anderson, 
George F. Bachelder, 
Qflsiams H. Dinsmore. 

MUSICIAK. 

WQIiam liL Stone. 

WAOOVRR. 

John H. Cnnningham. 

PRITATE8. 

Aostin, Edward H. 
Ansiin, Leeman 
Austin, Benjamin 
Adlay, Peter 
Billings, Simeon 
Black, Eli 
Brown, John F. 
Bodge, John A. 
Berry, Daniel 
Brown, Rinaldo 
Billington, Isaac P. 
Brown, Chas. C. 
Boshea, William 
Burnett, Nahnm 
Blodgett, George 
Crockett, Ai 
Cox, Christopher F. 
Code, John 
Cartis, Charles 
Clark, Henry 
Dearbon, George W. 
Deosmore, Allen T. 
Fogg, George C. 
Field, Charles W. 
Fanner, William 
Farrell, James 
FoUett, George B. 
Gordon, Dsntel 
Gordon, Edward F. 
Grant, Edward 
Boston, William H. 



I 



80 
38 
S2 

26 
28 
19 
21 
22 

21 
25 
26 
20 
^ 
19 
26 
80 

18 

22 

81 
21 
38 
45 
50 
27 
20 
23 
19 
21 
28 
18 
18 
18 
30 
26 
35 
43 
27 
24 
19 
43 
27 
19 
43 
45 
21 
ISO 
i22 
SO 

:i9 



Residsnea. 






Angosta 

do 
Portland 

Angnsta 

do 
Mercer 
Augusta 
Newport 

Stetson 
Augusta 

do 
Newport 
Pittston 
Angusta 

Stetson 

Gardiner 

Stetson 

Augusta 

New Sharon 

Rome 

Gardiner 

Plymouth 

Angnsta 

Readfield 

Jefferson 

Stetson 

Chelsea 

Augusta 

Readaeld 

Augusta 

Newport 

Bucksport 

Carmel 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Mercer 

Augusta 

Bidderord 

Stetson 

Carmel 

Brunswick 

Dexter 

Vassalboro* 

New Sharon 

Augusta 

New Sharon 

Boston 

Richmond 



Mi»tr*d 

Into 
U.8.SOT. 



Sep. 22 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

<ro 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Bsmarki. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 



Promoted to Corporal, Oct. S. 



Prisoner at Raloigh, N. C. 



Died at Hilton Head, Dec. 5. 
Deceased at sea. * 



On special duty at Angnsta. 



Discharged for disability, Oct. 19. 



412 ADJUTANT-aBKBRAL'S REPORT. 

Return of Company (7, Ninth Regimenty (^Coniinued.^ 



.NaiiMB. 


i 

< 

22 




Hackett, Ephraim W. 


Avon 


Hutchenon, Henry 


48 


Angusta ♦ 


Hewitt, Wm. H. 


27 


Windsor 


fianson, Phineas 


19 


Palmyra 


Heald, De Witt C. 


22 


Stetson 


Ingraham, Geoige 


21 


Angnsta 


Irwin, Joseph . 
Johnson, Gilbert T. 


18 


Chelsea 


18 


Lisbon 


Larrabee, John H. 


18 


AngusU 


Lewis, John 


32 


Newcastle 


Lishemess, William 


44 


Windsor 


Leavitt, Allen 


20 


Smithaeld 


Macomber, Darid 


30 


Jay 


Mitchell, William 


41 


Richmond 


McMaster, John 


38 


Augusta 


McMaster, John, Jr. 


18 


do 


McKennj, Oliver H. 


19 


Stetson 


McDavitt, Alexander 


18 


Augusta* 


Merrill, Asa G. 


26 


New Sharon 


Mason, Ira 


43 


Manchester 


NeweU, Bargill S. 


19 


Gardiner 


Nickerson, Ingraham 


33 


do 


Paqnette, Alexander 
Philbrook, Bnel W. 


21 


Fairfield 


32 


Etna 


Parker, John 


27 


Angnsta 


Parker, Hennr 
Reed, Silas 


25 


do 


25 


do 


Rnssell, Peter 


52 


do 


Sannders, Phineas L. 


18 


Etna 


Rice, George W. 


29 


Farmingdale 


Spencer, Joseph H. 


20 


Manchester 


Smith, John 


39 


Dexter 


Stephens,. Charles 


21 


Somerville 


Stephens, James M. 


19 


Etna 


Sajrage, Alfred 
Stilkey, Charies 


24 
44 


Angnsta 
do 


Taylor, George 
Taylor, Will&m F. 


36 


do 


23 


Gardiner 


Taylor, William H. 


34 


Angnsta 


Tnpp, Abijah W. 


83 


Gardiner 


Waire, Jones M. 


27 


Litchfield 


Wrieht, Josiah 
Witham, James 


28 


Avon 


51 


Gardiner 


Vamey, Aaron C. 


88 


Angnsta 


York, Charles B. 


18 


Biddeford 



&« 


Mu«tt'd 


in 


iBto 


Is 


U.S.8er. 


S 
M 


V 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 



Deserted at Annapolit. 



Dischai^ for disability, Oct. 19. 



Sick at Haton Head. 



APPENDIX D. 



418 



RecapUulatUm of Chmpany Cy Ninth Regiment Infantry , Maine Volunteers. 





PiwantJt Absent. 




PrWaw 


De- 
ceued. 


Di*. 

charied. 


De- 
•erted. 


Trmne- 
ferred. 


^ 




Fftfbr 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


en. 


TouL 


Commissioxied Offioen 
NoQ-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Priirates 


3 
12 

2 
66 


1 
4 




1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


8 
13 

4 
74 


Total 


83 > 5 ' 


I 


\ 


2 


1 


1 


94 


Condensed Morning Report^ December \gty 1861. 















PiLiMsrr* 
















Anvjrr. 














Oit J 






Osr 




Fda DctT. 


Sick* 






StCE^ 


BmCTAL 












DoTT. A™.t- 






^XMTICE^ 




1 




i 








E 






^ 


1 ' 

1 


^ 






i 




|p' 






s 








S 








£ 


1 


s 








S 




£ 






< 


If 


1 


1 

1 

< 


^ 


! 

i 


i 
1 

1 


1 

at 

< 


1 


1 


li 


i 
3 

i 


i 

1 


1 


;| 


- 
■ 


i 


i 


i 

■ 

• 
1 


s 
1 


1 
< 


1 


d 


12 


61 


76 




I 


i 


5 




1 


3 






85 












2 


2 


87 



Present Organization of the Company, 



i 


Namee. 


1 


• Rank. 




1 


Thomas L. Reed 


30 


Captain 


Angnsta 


2' Henry Sewall 


38 


IstLient 


do 


3 John L. Emerson 

1 


22 


2d Lient. 


Portland 


1 


James L. Thompson 


26 




Angnsta 


2 WiUiam CampbeU 


28 


do 


do 


3;DaTid L. Tracy 


19 


do 


Mercer 


4 George Coney 


21 


do 


Angnsta 


5 George W. Brown 


22 


do 


Newport 


I Benjamin J. Hill 


21 


Corporal 


Stetson 


2 Daniel B Morey 


25 


do 


Aajrnsta 


3 Richard B. Husscy 


26 


do 


do 


4 Oscar M. Whiting 


20 


do 


Newport 


5 Harrison H. Blair 


21 


do 


Pittston 


6 William R. Anderson 


19 


do . 


Angnsta 


7 i George F. Batchelder 


26 


do 


do 


8 


jGustayns H. Densmore 

1 


20 


do 


Stetson 



Date of 




Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


ment. 




Sept. 16 




do 




Sept. 17 
do 




do 




do 




do 




Sept. 17 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




Oct. 6 




Sept 17 





414 



AJ>JUTAN1M3BirBRAL'8 REPORT. 



Befora of Capt. William F. Baker, Companj D, Ninth Regfnent lohtttxj, 1 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record or the changes that hare taken place in the Company since i% 
entered' the senrice of the United States, on the twenty-second day of September, 
1861. WILLIAM F. BAKER, Captain* 





— 




u 


MuBtr*d 




Names. 


1 




into 


BMUUfeS. 






sl 


U.8.8fr. 




OOMMISS'd OFFIGSB8 










William F. Baker; 


25 


Moscow 


M 


SeptS2 




Winthrop H. Hall, 


24 


Palmyra 


S 


do 




Sylvester B. Troy. 


21 


Wellington 


s 


do 


' 


SBRGBAirrS. 












Lewis Cross, 


18 


Solon 


s 


do 




J. ErvingShepard, 
Stephen H.Moshier, 


26 Concord 


s 


do 




25 


Rome 


M 


do 


• 


Moody M Watson, 


20 


Hartland 


s 


do 




James S. Graham. 


27 


Bingham 


s 


do 




CORPOBAL8. 












Bradford Robinson, 


21 


Comville 


8 


do 




Engene F. Goodrich, 


18 


Bingham 


s 


do 




Samuel S. Hamden, 


27 


Phillips [H 


s 


do 


Deserted Oct. 5. 


Allen fi. Cook, 


27 


Bethlehem,N. 


8 


do 




Thomas Slying, 
H. Lyman Bixby,' 


31 


Solon 


S 


do 


Reduced to nmks. 


20 


Norridgewock 


S 


do 




Elisha W. Vittum, 


27 


Concord 


S 


•do 




Isaac Folsom. 


20 


ComvUle 


S 


' do 


Sick in hospital. 


MUSICIANS. 












Daniel W. Marston, 


15 


Phillips 


S 


do 




Eben Waldron. 


19 


Harthuid 


S 


do 




WAGONER. 












George Kaynhard. 


23 


Bingham 




do 


Prisoner at Raleigh. 


PRIVATES. 












Bean, Joseph, Jr. 


31 


Concord 


M 


do 




Beal, Lorenzo J. 


23 


Norridgewock 


M 


do 




Bigelow, Nelson 


20 


St. Albans 


8 


do 




Bachelder, Justin £. 


19 


Foxcroft 


8 


do 




Burce, John C 


27 


Industry 


S 


do 




Bunker, Robert 


25 


Athens 


S 


do 


Sick in hospitaL 


Bigelow, Calvin 


22 


St. Albans 


S 


do 




Crocker, Emulus 


20 


Farmington 


8 


do 


Sick in hospital. 


Claxton, James 


18 


Norridgewock 


S 


do 




Chadwick, John A. 


19 


Sl Albans 


S 


do 




Crowell, Theodore B. 


20 


Smithfield 


8 


do 




Chandler, David H. 


19 


St. Albans 


8 


do 




Duton, Thomas F. 


21 


Starks 


S 


do 




Danton, Oliver C. 


27 


Concord 


S 


do 




Dinsmore, John W. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Dugan, George W. 


43 


Harmony 


M 


do 


Sick in hospiuL 


Day, Stephen H. 


21 


Winthrop 


S 


do 




Fee, Daniel 


20 


Concord 


8 


do 


Promoted to 7tli Corporal. 


Frederic, Cnshman W. 


28 


Starks 


S 


do 




Frederic, Llewllyn 


24 


do • 


8 


do 




Frederic, Martin W. 


23 


do 


8 


do 




Fogg, Sylvanus 
FuTsom, Amos Q. 


25 


ComviUe 


S 


do 




27 


do 


M 


do 




Farris, John 


19 


China 


8 


do 




Fairbrother, Geoi)^e W. 


19 Hartland 


8 


do 




Frost, Emanuel Q. 


18 St. Albans' 


S 


do 




Gould, John G. 


28!Skowhegan 


M 


do 




Harding. Charles H. 


18 


Starks 


8 


do 




Holt, Calvin 


31 


Bingham 


8 


do 




Hinton, Frederic 


20 


Hartland 


8 


do 





Awvmrx D. 



415 



Return of Company D, Ninth Regiment, ( ConHnued.^ 



Hiatoa, La Forraa 
Handy, Frank 
Halej, Mark 
HoH. John 
Hatdiinson, Charles 
Jewell, Dartd 
Joae0, Henrj W. 
Kimball, Joseph 
Keene, John W. 
Lakey, Nicolas 
Libbj, Alranah 
Mclntire, Arthur 
McKinlej, John 
Moshter, Wheelock 
Moodj, Caleb 
McCrillis. Nathaniel 
Norton, Hanrj £. 
Natt, Franklin B. 
Piche, Zephinia 
Power, John 
Packard, Robert M. 
Peirce, Obed W. 
Prescott, Jason M. 
Qatmbr, Reuben F. 
Rossell, Delano 
Sawtelle, Orlando 
6mith, Samael 
Sands, William 
Spnney, Reuben F. 
Scafibrd, Leonard J* 
Seekins, Charles 
. Swain, Joseph W. 
Sttckne J, WiUiam P. 
Sfiinchfield, Lorenxo 
Smith, Alfred 
Towne, Abishia 
Taeker, Joseph 8. 
Watson, Solomon J. 
Witham, Andrew 
Watt, William 
Welch, Nelson M. 
Welch, John O. 
Wood, James H. 
Manuon, Daniel 
Baker, Cyrus 
Baker, Cyf us M. 



M. 



g •' Murtr*d 
if iBto 
si l7.S.Ser. 



HarUand 

Norridgewock 

ComviUe 

Portland 

Athens 

ConiWlla 

Fairfield 

Skowhegan 

Bangor 

Bingham 

China 

Rome 

Moscow 

Rome 

Madison 

Moscow 

Starks 

Bsmham 

Moose Rirer 

Bingham . 

Norridgewock 

Moscow 

Hartland 

Starks 

Bingham 

Starks 

Comville 

Moose River 

Starks 

Hartland 

Albion 

HaIk>weU 

Phillips 

St. Albans 

Moscow 

Concord 

Foxcroft 

Hartland 

Concord 
25 1 Moose RiTer 
18 Harmony 



do 
Bomham 
Phillips 
Moscow 

do 



^piSa Sink in hospital. 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Deserted Sept S8. 



Deceased at Fortress Monroe. 



Deserted Sept tS. 



Sick in bospitaL 
Sick in Washington. 



Promoted to Corporal, Oet 17. 



416 A]>JUTA]nyG]ENBRAL*8 KKPOBT. 

ReeapUnUxHon of Company DyNinihEegimeni^^^ Vobmieirm, 





PtaMOtJbAlMtBL 


FHmi- 

MB. 


CMMd. 


Dif- 


«w 








Pit far 
Dotjr. 


Sick. 


Kilfed. 




T>t>l. 


CommiMioiied Offloen 
Koo-Com. Offioen 
MoBidaiu & Wagoner 
PrivatM 


3 
IS 

a 

72 


1 


V 


1 


1 




1 




S 

13 

S 

77 


Total 


89 


1 


1 


1 


1 4 1 ;- 



Condented Morning Beporty Doeember Ijf, 1861. 



-Pom I^VTT. 



TwMMMjn. 



Biex. 



,a.|<, 



III 



3:13 49 65! 



Oir 

SrsctAi, 

DUTT. 



5 a 



If 

III 



3.1 



61 I |l6 



In 

ASBSST. 



#•1 

o,J 

t 3 

III 

il!l 

— —t— 



Aa«Birr. 



I Siea. 



§, 
I 

E 



SraciAi. 

BSBVICK. 

l! 



i^ 



i§ 



1 

^.6:i:£;6:sl£ 



87i| 



"ln'rii 



ill 

E E' 

< < 



4 91 



Pretent Organization of the Company. 




William F. Baker 
Winthiop H. Hall 
djrlTeater B. Troy 



1 Lewis Croas 

2 James E. Shepard 

3 Stephen H. MosMer 

4 Moody M. Watson 

5 James 8. Qraham 



Eugene F. Goodrich 
Allen H. Cook 
H. Lyman Bizby 
Elisha W. Vittom 
Isaac Fnlsom 
Cjms Baker 
Daniel Fee 
Cjms M. Baker 




Captain Moscow 
IstLienL Palmyra 
2d Lient. WeliiigtoB 



Sergeant Solon 
do I Concord 
do I Rome 
do 'Hartland 
do Bingham 



Corporal' Bingham [H. 

do Bethlehem N. 

do Norridgewock 

do Conooni 

do Cornrille 

do 'Moscow 

do Concord 

do i Moscow 



Dale of 
llaakor 
Appoiat- 



Sept 18 
Smt.20 



Sept 15 

do 
do 
do 



Sept 15 

do 
do 
do 
Oct. 17 
do 
do 



Color Seigeaat 



APPSKDIX B. 



417 



Setnrn of CaptBdwia W. Wedgwood, Company E, Ninth Kegiment Infantrr, Maine 
Volanteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the twenty-second day of September, 
1S61, KDWIN W. WEDGWOOD, Captain. 





. 


It 


Miutr>d 




Namai. 


i 


BMUesee. 


into 


Semarkt. 




<^ 




n.8.S6r 




OOltMISa'D OFFICBB8. 










Sdwin W. Wedgwood, 


41 


Cornish 


M 


Sep. 22 
do 




^nsel O. Manton, 


28 


do 


M 




Jofan H. Andrews. 


23 


Biddeford 


S 


do 


• 


SSBOBAHTS. 












I/eri F. McKenney, 


29 


do 


S 


do 




John A. Kelley, 


36 


Saco 


M 


do 




IJelson Towie, 


22 


Porter 


S 


do 




Charles W. Bntterfield, 


32 


Hiram . 


M 


do 




Sanson C. Smith. 


21 


liimington 


S 


do 


Deserted, Oct 19. 


COHPOBALS. 












'William Fogg, 


22 


Brownfield 


S 


do 




'William King, 
Junes S. Hill, 


43 


Saco 


M 


do 


Hospital Nurse. 


21 


Hiram 


S 


do 




Melrille C. Bnmell, 


27 


Baldwin 


S 


do 




John S. Gilpatrick, 


30 


Saco 


M 


do 




.Aibion H. Parker, 


28 


Cornish 


S 


do 




I^evi Stone, Jr^ 


20 


do 


S 


do 


Appointed 4th Setgeant, Oct 19. 


^WeUington Towle. 


20 


Porter 


s 


do 




XU8IOIAN8. 












George A. Ham, 


37 


Cornish 


M 


do 


' 


I>aiiiel Ronnds. 


23 


Baldwin 


s 


do 




WAOOHBB. 












Snodi Winship. 


27 


Cornish 


s 


do 


Prisoner at Raleigh. 


PXITATBS. 












Atkinson, Joseph 


23 


do 


M 


do 


Deceased at Washington. 


Abbott, WUliam 


24 


Biddeford 


s 


do 




Abbott, DaWd 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Abbott, Aaron M. 


25 


Saco 


s 


do 




Ayer, Simeon P. 


21 


Cornish 


s 


do 




Bradley, John 


24 


do 


s 


do 


Appointed Corpora], Oct 19. 


Boyntoo, Sylvester 
Brown, Joshoa 


36 


do 


M 


do 




48 


do 


M 


do 


' 


Binford, Thomas G. 


27 


Baldwin 


s 


do 




Bean, Frank 


19 


Brownfield 


s 


do 




Bachelder, Johnson 


21 


Denmark 


s 


do 




Brown, Isaac L. 


18 


Hiram 


s 


do 




Boothby, Edward 


19 


Standish 


s 


do 




Bnmell, Alphens 


18 


Baldwin 


s 


do 




Bradeen, Roscoe 


19 


Limington 


s 


do 




Brasier, Jeremiah G. 


27 


Hiram 


s 


do 




Barrows, Daniel D. 


33 


Saco 


s 


do 




Boothby, Francis A., Jr. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Cole, Joseph B. 


23 


Cornish 


s 


do 




Cram, Leander E. 


20 


Baldwin 


s 


do 




Cole, Rinaldo 


20 


Limington 
Biddeford 


s 


do 




Chapman, Isaac 
Drake, Hiram S. 


81 


M 


do 




20 


Lowell, Mass. 


s 


do 




Daigin, Henry D. 
Day, Israel, Jr. 


45 


Porter 


s 


do 




20 


Waterboro' 


s 


do 




Denning, William F. 


21 


Oxford 


s 


do 


Appointed Corporal, Oct 25. 


Eastman, Haskett 


18 


Parsonsfield 


s 


do. 




Eastman, George E. 


18 


Cornish 


s 


do 




Eastman, Albion L. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Frosty Hiram 


20 


Springvale 


s 


do 





€18 ABJtrrAKT-GSNXRAL^B REPORT. 

Return of Company E, Ninth Regiment, (^Continued.) 



f<siid6noii, John P. 
Goodwin, Ivory F. 
Hontress, Alfred 
Jordan, J. Harrison 
Knight, Frederick 
Kimball, Edgar 
Knight, John 
Linscott, David 
Linscott^ John 
Lmscott, Stephen 
Lord, Robert W. 
Kayo, Lorenzo 
Milliken, Charles M. 
Newbai^, Geoige O. 
Parker, Greenleaf W^ Jr. 
Pierce, Henir A. 
Pngsley, Calvin 
Plummer, Frank 
Pendexter, Gilman P. 
Pillsbnry, John H. 
Ramsell, J. Lewis 
Ramsell, Ira, Jr. 
Ridlon, Benjamin H. 
Roberts, George A. 
Ronnds; James C. 
Rowe, David 
Sweetzer, Geoige W. 
Stewart, Rofos 
Sands, WiUiam 
Spencer, Benjamin 
Stone, John F. 
Sloman, William 
Smith, Alonzo* 
Thompson, Freeman 
Treadwell, Thomas W. 
Thompson, Benjamin 
Tripp, Robert H. 
Thompson, Nelson 
Tarr, Fernando C. 
Wentworth, William 
Wales, Charies H. 
Walker, Winfield S. 
Welch, Lewis E. 
Welch, Seth H. 
Warren, George W. 
Patterson, Oliver T. 
Haren, Octavios 



Biddeford 
Hiram 

do 
Saco 
Cornish 
Hiram 
Limerick 
Cornish 

do 

do 
Hiram 
Biddeford 
Saco 
Cornish 
Biddeford 
Hiram 
Cornish 
Saco 
Cornish 
C. Elizabeth 
Parsonsfield 
Cornish 
Porter 
Alfred 
Baldwin 

do 
Saco 
Brownfield 

do 
Limerick 
Cornish 
Saco 

Biddeford 
EUram 

do 
Fryebnrg 
Hiram 
Cornish 
Hiram 

do 

do 



22 Scarboro' 



Limerick 
do 

Limington 
19|Saco 
19>Hiram 



^1 



Muetr*d 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



Sep. 22 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Deserted, Oct 19. 



Deserted at Washington. 



Deceased at WashiogloB. 



HospitiJ cook. 



Hospital norse. 



/ 
APPBNDIX 1>. 419 

RecapUulatian of Oompcmiy E, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Votunteers. 





CraMot Jb Abarat 




•n. 


De- 

C«M6d. 


Dia- 
chai|6d. 


De- 
wrtad. 


Trans- 
femd. 






Pit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


r^ML 


Commissioned OflBoen 
Noo-Com. Officen 
Mosiciaos & Wagoner 
FrirfUes 


3 
IS 

S 
62 


10 




1 


s 




3 




3 

13 

3 

77 


Total 


80 


10 




I 


2 




8 




96 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1^, 1861. 



FaBiBirr. 



Fob Dtrrr. 



3 13154 70 



Sick. 



1010 



Off 

BPBCIAl. 
DUTT. 






II 



.2 'C 



Iff 
ABBBtT. 



AatBRT. 



Sick. 



Off 
Spbcial 

SBBtlCB. 



1 2 91 





Pre$en\ 


\ Organization of the Company 














Date or 




i 


NaoMS. 


t 


Battle. 


RMidence. 


lUBkor 
Appoint- 


BemtrkB. 




< 
41 






ment 




1 


Edwin W. Wedgwpod 


Captain 


Cornish 


«t" 


/ 


2 


Ansel G. Marston 


28 


litLieat 


do 




3 


John H. Andrews 


23 


2d Lieut- 


Biddeford 


do 




1 


LeW F. McKenner 


29 


Sergeant 


Biddeford 


^To" 




2 


John A. Keller 


36 


do 


Saco 




3!Nclson Towle' 


21 


do 


Porter 


do 




4 


Charies W. Batterfield 


32 


do 


Hiram 


do 




5 


Leri Stone, Jr. 


20 


do 


Cornish 


Oct. 19 




1 


William Fogg 


21 


Corporal 


Brownfield 


Sept. 21 




2 


William F. Denning 


21 


do 


Oxford 


Oct. 25 




3 


James S HUl 


21 


do 


Hiram 


^V 




4 


MelTiUe C. Bomell 


27 


do 


Baldwin 




5 


John S. Gilpatrick 


30 


do 


Saco 


do 




6' Albion H. t»arker 


23 


do 


Cornish 


do 




7 {John Bradler 


24 


do 


do 


Oct 19 




•1 


Wellington towle 


20 


do 


Porter 


Sept. 21 





420 



ABJirrAHT-GBNBRAL'B BEPORT. 



Betarn of Capt. Horatio Bisbee, Jr., Coin|>anj F, Nintli B^ment Infantrjr, Maine 
Volanteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December lit, 1861, to- 
other with a record of the changes that have taken place to the Company mnm 
It entered the senrice of the United Sutes, on the twen^-first day of September, 
1861. HORATIO BISBEE, ^b., Captain. 



Nunaa. 



COMMISS'd OFFICBB8. 

Horatio Bisbee, Jr., 
KHsha 8. Bisbee, 
John Blake, 2d. 

8EKOBANT8. 

Melyille W. Emery, 
Benjamin F. Heald, 
William A. Barrows, 
Isaac Bonney, 
Isaiah Cushrnan. 

COBPORAL8. 

Hiram B. Bisbee, 
George W. Abbott, 
Alonzo F. Barrows, 
Onrille Robinson, 
Elisha Bisbee, 
Charles G. Perkins, 
Valoms A. Bearce, 
Freeman L. Wyman. 

MUSICIAN. 

Albert H. Heald. 

WAOOITBR. 

Geoige W. HaskeU. 

PRiyATBS. 

Abbott, James J. 
Abbott, William G. 
Abbott, Richard W. 
Andrews, David 
Barrows, Thomas H 
Barrows, Harlan C. 
Bartlett, Lewis C. 
Berry, WiUiam D. 
Berry, Zeri 
Brown, James L. 
Brown, Frank J. 
Bisbee, Ira W. 
Bonney, Charles B. 
Benson, Harden 
Blethen, Samnel W. 
Canwell, George W. F. 
Childs, Asamiah W. 
Childs, MathewH. 
Childs, Edwin B. 
Chase, William L. 
Cooper, Jarvis C. 
Caldwell, John A. 
Cleaves, Calvin H. 
Carleton, Thomas K 
Coshman, J. Edwin 
Donham, Wellington W 
Dayman, James H. 
Deering, Llewellyn E, 
Demeritt, Charles C. 
Denham, Frank Q. 
£mei7, Freeman J^ ^ 



is 



Canton 

Fern 

Turner 

Greenwood 
Snmner 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Peru 
Canton 
Woodstock 
Hartford 
Paris . 

Sumner 

Peru 

Snmner 

do 
Sandy R. Pi. 
Paris 
Snmner 

do 
Hartford 
Sumner 
Paris 

do 

do 

do 
Snmner 
Paris 
Madrid 
Franklin 
Canton 

do 

do 
Paris 

do 
Peru 
Paris 
Phillips 
Avon 
Paris 

do 

do 
Pern 
Greenwood 



MiMtrM 

into 
U.8.Ser. 



M 



Sept.21 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 



s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 


8 


do 



Prisoner at Raleigh. 



Reduced to ranks. 



Cook. 

Sick at Hilton Head. 



Orderly to ColoneL 



APPBNDIX D. 



421 



Return of Company F, Ninth Regiment, (Continued.^ 




& RMldMica. 


Si 


Miutr'd 




Nunafc 


i 


luto 


B«mar]u. 




< 


U^.S«r. 




Emery, James N. 


21 Greenwood 


s 


Septal 




S^Azrar, George T. 


32 1 Paris 


s 


do 


Hospital nurse. 


ford, Byron 


21,Samner 


s 


do 




FrcMt, SyWester 


18 Peru 


8 


do 




f arahttm, Snnner C 


18 Woodstock 


S 


do 




BAmmon, Joseph B. 


16,Peru 


S 


do 




Oowell, Charles 


44' Sumner 


M 


do 




O«jninoiu Roscoe 


18 Pern 


S 


do 




K&miafonl, Thos. J. 


27 Dixfield 


s 


do 




Hatriow, Wm. W. 


23 Turner 


M 


do 




HaII, Willard 


30 Sumner 


M 


do 




BoUand, Chas. L. 


19;Dix6eld 


M 


do 


Sick in quarters. 


HonnjJbrd, Abijah D. 


20 do 


S 


do 




Howe, Chas. L. F. 


21 Paris 


S 


do 




Ijfluie, James A. 


IslAvon 


s 


do 


Sick in quarters. 


Mendall, Caleb 


23 Hartford 


s 


do 


Cook. 


MendmU, Gilson 


25 Canton 


M 


do 


i< 


Mnreli, Ira F. 


23! Sumner 


M 


do 




March, James D. 


27iParis 


S 


do 




Mclntiie, David 


32lDixfield 


S 


do 




Parltn, Addison Q. 


26 


Sumner 


8 


do 


Sick in quarters. 


I*roctor, Levi L. 


23 


do 


M 


do 




l*roctor, Lacios L. 


21 


do 


8 


do 


Deceased at Hilton Head. 


Proctor, William H. 


31 


do 


M 


do 




Page, Martin L. 


18 


do 


S 


do 


Sick in quarters. 


Peabody, Cyrus 8. 
Ryerson, John F. 


18 Canton 


S 


do 




20 Sumner 


S 


do 




Rycnon, George W. 


18 do 


S 


do 




Ryerson, Gostarus H. 


18 Paris 


S 


do 


Sick at Fort Monroe. 


Bowe, Daniel A. 


19 Sumner 


S 


do 




Robinson, George D. B. 


16| do 


S 


do 




Bobbino, Bichard R. 


261 do 


M 


do 




Hammon, James H. 


20 Peru 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Smith, William H. 


18 Norway 


S 


do 




Swan, Esra 


21 Paris 


8 


do 




Swan, 0. G. 


23I do 


8 


do 




Sterens, Roscoe G. 


19. Sumner 


S 


do 


Died at Hilton Head, Nor. 15. 


Thorn, Edmand 


26| do 


8 


do 




Thompson, George B. 


I9|Hartford 


8 


do 




Vining, John Q. A. 


23 Weld 


8 


do 




Warren, Daniel S. 


21 Sumner 


8 


do 




Whitder, Isaac P. 


38 Salem 




do 




Whitney, Jesse B. 
Welk, Moses C. 


26 


Turner 


S 


do 




22 


Phillips 


S 


do 




Tonng, Atwood 


86 


Paris 


8 


do 


Cook. 


Tonng, Darid W. 


25 


1 do 


8 


do 





42S A]>JinAllT^aBnBLAL'8 BEPOST. 



Mgme Vohadeert. 



. 


Ptm— tJbAfciial. 


pr^^ I^k. 


Dte»^ 


. itttoi. 




ritte 
D.ty. 


aek. 


^"•^ an. ciMii 


SS-"^-^ 


Koo-Com. Officen 
Muncuuif & Wtfooer 
rrrratet 


S 

7 

1 

49 


1 

6 

n 


!■■ •■ 




1 


; 8 

• 1 18 

' ' 2 

• It? 


Total 1 59 


33 


> 1 2 




' 


95 


Ctmdemed Maming Report, Deeemhr 1< 1861. 







PsssBirr. 






Ansjrr. 










O" 1. ! 


o« t > 






Pom DoTV. 


Sick. 


"B^T? *«i«« 


flicm. 


8nciAi.l 1 
Sbbticju, 






\i'. 


1 ^ 


£ 


si 


is! 


■s: ' 1 








' Ji 


•» 


U < 1 i U 1 


'^ . 1 < 






£§■ • 


^§ §S 




:5i; 


S 1, . ;i 






e ?' ' 


£.7 


e ? 


E -S: 


^ E ?l 


B ^' :-• S 






li'< 


ill 


II 


"8 
1 


li 


III 


2^1 1 1 
11. <^ 






i5ll 


|i||!|l| 


H 


li'li|:i 


s 1 ; s 1 
1 ^ 1 e ? 




£ s > w 

c 1 £^ 


Biuiiii-n^sHi 


i § 1 s s 


. 


1 ll 63S39 


I' CSsIsS l~ill7 n 191' 1 1 1 


1 1 S93 





Pnmm OrgamizaHon of the Compamf. 













Dal* of 


fi 


Hmmm. 


t 


Rtek. 




Bask or 

Appcmi. 


BaMtka. 


ys. 




< 






meat 




1 


Horado Bisbee, Jr. 


22 


Captain 


Canton 


V 




2 


Elisha S. Bisbee 


21 


Ist Lient. 


Pern 




8 


John Blake, 2d 


21 


2d Lient. 


Tamer 


do 




1 


MelTiUe W. Emery 


23 


Serigeant 


Greenwood 


S^l, 




8 


Benjamin F. Heald 


30 do 


Snmoer 




3 


William A. Barrows 


37 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Isaac Bonnej 


34 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Isaiah Cnshmao 


35 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Hiram B. Bisbee 


21 


Corporal 


Snmner 


^s:-" 




2 


George W. Abbott 


25 


do 


do 




3 


Alonsu F. Barrows 


26 


do 


do 


do 


• 


4'J«ine8 H. Hammon 


20 


do 


Pern 


Nov.! 




5;Elisba Bishee 


18 


do 


Canton 


Se^Ul, 




eiChariesG Pcrkini 


19 


do 


Woodstock 




7lValoni« A. Bearce 


22 


do 


Hartford 


do 




8 


Freeman L. V^man 


20 


do 


Paris 


do 





AP1?WXS>TX D. 



42S 



Betnrn of Capt. Enoch H. Hines, Companj G, Ninth Besiment iBfimtry, Maine 
Volnnteen, expressing its condition on the morning of December Ist, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Companj since 
It entered tho service of the United States, on the twenty-first day of September. 
IMl. ENOCH H. HINES, Captain. 









oi 


Mustr*d 


' NaoMs. 


• 




i^ 


into 




J? 




il 


U.8.S«r. 


oommiss'd offiorrs. 










Enoch H. Hines, 


27 


(Toalton 


M 


V 


Bobert J. Grey, 


21 


do • 


S 


Charles 0. Brown. ' 


21 


Moro 


s 


do 


8SRORAHT8. 










George H. Mower, 
BrMiley Smith, 


28 


Corinna 


s 


do 


21 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 


• Ebeoesec A. Hariow, 


2! 


Canton 


s 


do. 


Geoige W. Harris, 


20 


Weston 


s 


do 


Seward Cloagh. 


21 


Linnens 


s 


do 


CORPORATE. 










Isaac S. Hantler» 
William Bandall, 


48 


Merrill PI. 


M 


do 


30 


Linneus 


8 


do 


Edward B. Sanderson, 


22 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 


Harrison W. Mower, 


26 


Dexter 


M 


do 


Gostavus F. Nntting, 


25 


Strong 
Winslow 


s 


do 


Chariee H. Bnrgess, 


20 


s 


do 


Ariel R. Prescott, 


23 


Dexter 


M 


do 


David McPherson. 


23 


AshUnd 


s 


do 


MC7BIGIAN8. 










Trafton G. Bicker, 


26 


Ripley 
Bethi3 


s 


do 


Beaben H. Penley. 


36 


M 


do 


WAOOHBR. 










Bradford MarehaU. 


31 


Linnens 


M 


do 


PRIVATR8. 










Atberton, Daniel 


30 


Honlton 


s 


do 


Atherton, Benjamin H. 


47 


do 


M 


do 


Anderson, Daniel 


30 


Smyrna 


M 


do 


Austin, John 


20 


Rumford 


s 


do 


Andrews, Reuben 


19 


Dixfield 


s 


do 


Bitber, William H. 


19 


Linneus 


s 


do 


Bither, Charles 0. 


18 


do 


s 


do 


Boynton, Richmond 


22 


Somerville 


s 


do 


Brownell, Elias 


41 


Fairfield 


s 


do 


Bowdoin, Samnel G. 


22 


Ripley 


s 


do 


Craine, James N. 


21 


Linnens 


s 


do 


Campbell, William 


30 


Ox Bow 


s 


do 


Caro, John 


21 


do 


s 


do 


Codrey, John 


18 


Monticello 


s 


do 


Cobum, Bartholemew 


43 


Rumford 


M 


do 


Cnshing, John E. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 


Dillingham, Bertrand 


18 


Dixfield 


s 


do 


Drake, Friend 


24 


Portage Lake 


s 


do 


Derapsey, Thomas 


31 


Moro 


M 


do 


Fish, Calvin B. 


21 


Industry 


s 


do 


Forsyth, John A. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 


Eaton, William W. 


19 


Strong 


s 


do 


Foley, Jerry 


20 


Portland 


s 


do 


Fisher, George B. 


23 


Corinna 


s 


do 


Guptill, Martin V. 
Geddis, William 


22 


Winslow 


s 


do 


18 


Truro 


s 


do 


Gerrish, John 


22 


Linneus 


s 


do 


Gerry, James 


18 


Smyrna 


s 


do 


Gordon, Winslow J. 


19 


Dexter 


s 


do 


Greenlief, George H. 


22 


New Sharon 


s 


do 



Sick in quarters. * 



Sick in quarters. 



Bamarkt. 



Transferred from Co. H, Oct. 16. 
Prisoner at Raleigh. 
In arrest 



Prisoner at Raleigh. 



Sick in quarters. 
Sick in quarters. 



Sick in quarters. 



424 



abjutant-genbral's report. 



Return of Company G, Ninth Regiment^ (^Conlinued.) 



Nan 



Hanson, Frederic 
Hinkley, Leonard B. 
Johnstone, Daniel 
JoidaOf Lewis G. 
Jacobs, Hermon 
Kelly, James W. 
King, John 
Lord,-George W. 
Lord, Benjamin F. 
Lidon, John 
Lyon, Ira B. 
Mahan, Joh» 
Montgomery, William 
Mangan, John 
Mower, Roscoe W. 
Meggnier, George E. 
Monroe, Hagh 
McHugh, Charles 
Miller, William 
Morrison, David J. 
Noonan, David 
Neely, Joseph 
Blanket, Mathew 
Philbrook, Peter N. 
Pratt, Hiram P. 
Paee, Edgar F. 
Palmer, Albert B. 
Pelton, James M. 
Byan, John 
Rosscll, Asa S. 
Sturtivant, Abisha S. 
Snliivan, Stephen 0. 
Spraggs, George T. 
Sinclair, Sidney H. 
Snow, David S. 
Smith, James 
Tilly, William 
Twist, Hiram 
Thompson, HoIIis 
Watts, Robert B. 
Webb, Joseph L 
Webber, Andrew 
Winslow, Elijah 
Weymonih, Henry F. 
Whitcomb, Renel 
Cook, Morton A. 
Grant, Silas G. 
Porter, James M. 
Craine, Levi 





oi 


MustrM 


BMid«BM. 


U 


Into 




UJBS9t. 


St. Andrews 


s 


Sep. SI 
do 


Smyrna 


M 


Ashland 


S 


do 


Ripley 
Ramford 


s 


do 


s 


do 


Ashland 


s 


do 


Boston 


M 


do 


Ripley 


M 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Portland 


s 


do 


Augusta 
StJobn,N3. 


M 

s 


do 
do 


Bangor 
Portland 


M 


do 


S 


do 


Dexter 


M 


do 


Weston 


S 


do 


^,N.B. 


S 


do 


Hoalton 


M 


. do 


Bridgewater 


S 


do 


Carroll 


s 


do 


More 


M 


do 


^,N.S. 


S 


do 


Benedicta 


s 


do 


Springfield 
Ripley 


M 

s 


do 
do 


Pownal 


s 


do 


C. Elizabeth 


s 


do 


Linneos 


M 


do 


Hoalton 


s 


do 


Dexter 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Hoalton 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Springfield 


s 


do 


Dexter 


M 


do 


Portland 


s 


do 


Ox Bow 


s 


do 


Woodville 


s 


do 


Gilmonton 


s 


do 


Hoalton 


s 


do 


Haynesville 


s 


do 


Smyrna 


s 


do. 


Oldtown 


s 


do 


Cqrinna 


s 


do 


Mercer 


s 


do 


Saffield 


s 


do 


Ripley 


s 


do 


Angnsta 


s 


do 


Linneas 


s 


do 



Deceased in qoarten^ Dec 4. • 



Sick in quarters. 



Sick in qoartera. 
Sick in hospital 

Sick in qnarten. 



Sick with fever. 



Deceased at Washington, OeU IS. 

*' Hilton Head. 
Deeerted at Baltimore. 
Transferred to Co. H, Oct. 1«. 



APPENDIX r>. 426 

Recapitulation of Company 6r, Ninth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Vohinteers. 





Pr«Mnt k. AbMDt. 




Priaon- 
on. 


De 


nt. 


i «. 


Trail*, 
ferred. 






FUfbr 
Duty. 


Bide. 


Killed. 


ceaaed. charged, aerted. 

i 1 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
KoB-Com. Offi4«rB 
MnsiciEiis & Wagoner 

FriTHlW 


3 
10 

2 
68 


8 

9 




1 
2 


1 
1 




1 


1 


8 
14 

8 
77 


Tot«l 


78 


12 




3 


2 


1 


1 


97 



Condensed Morning Report^ December !«/, 1861, 















PaxtcifT. 














Abibrt. 












Oif 


IlV 






Oh 




Fob Dutt. 


Sick. 


SVBCIAL 




Btcx. 


Spbcial 










Duty. 










Sbbticb. 




1 




e 




e 






^; 


\^ 






1! 






e 






8 






8 






8 


g 








8 






8 






1 


|i 




1 


o 








i! 




.3 


i 


! 




i 









1 


1 


1 






"2' ' 
= 1 




^ 


11 




1 





1 







1 




< 


1 


3 


10 6375 


SI 

ii 


1 


11 

12! 




t) 1 


1 

1 


5 

88 


; 


1 


i 


« 


1 
i 


1 


< 


1 

8 

< 

90 


8| 9 














2 





Present Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




i 


Nasea. 


1 


Bank. 




Rank or 

Appoint. 

ment. 


Remarka. 


1 


Enoch H Hines 


27 


Captain 


Honlton 






2 Robert J. Orey 


21 IstLient 


do 






8 


Cbarles 0. Brown 


2I|2dLieat 


Moro 






1 


George H. Mower 
BmdTey Smith 


88 Sergeant 


Corinna 


8ejt.» 




2 


21 


da 


Hodgdon 




3 


Ebenezer A. Harlow 


21 


do 


Canton 


do 




4 


Seward Clonsh 
Edw. B SaniSerfoii 


21 


do 


Linneas 


do 




5 


23 do 


Presque Isle 


Dec 8 




1 


Isaac S. Hantler 
William Randall 


1 
48 Corporal 


Morrill Plant. 


Sept. 20 




2 


30i do 


Linneiu 




8 


Harrison W. Mower 


26, do 


Dexter 


do 




4 


OustoTas F. Notcinir 


25; do 


Strong 
Winslow 


do 




5 Charles H. BorgeM^ 


20 do 


Nov. 20 




6 Ariel R. Prescott 


23 


do 


pexter 


do 




7.I>aTid McPhonon 


23 


do 


Ashland 


Dec. 3 




8 


David S. Snow 


43 


do 

1 


Dexter 


Decl2 





28 



426 



adjuta^t-obnsral's report. 



Betuni ofCapt Washington I. ChaM, Company H, Ninth Regiment Infimtiy, Hain« 
Volanteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have talien place in the Company stncc U 
entered the service of the United States, on the twenty-firBt day of September, 1861. 

WASHINGTON I. CHASE, Captaiii. 





i 




OS 


Miwtr'4 




Name^ 


& 


RMidence. 


a? 


into 


Bcoiuktf. 




< 




ii 


U.8.fi«r. 




GOMMISs'D OrFICBHS. 












WasOiington I. Chase, 


29 


E.Machias 


M 


8ept.21 




WUUam J. Ransdell^ 


,30 


do 


M 


do 


Resigned, Oct 18. 


Samael R. Barclay. 


31 


Calais 


M 


do 


Promoted to 1st Lieut^ Oct. 18. 


8BKOKAKT8. 












William L. Haghes, 


22 


Charlotte 


S 


do 




Stephen S. F. Smith, 


23 


do 


M 


do 




Charles A. Thompson, 


25 


Machias 


S 


do 




Warren T. Noyes, 


22 


Jonesport 


S 


do 




Joseph T. Haghes. 


26 


B. Machias 


M 


do 




OORPORAL8. 


' 










Bliss Brockaway, 


21 


Princeton 


S 


do 


Sick in hospital 


James A. Bates, 


25 


do 


s 


do 




Joseph E. LeightoD, 


21 


Addison 


s 


do 




Aaron H. Chase, 


32 


E. Machias 


M 


do 


* 


William H. Preble, 


23 


Machias 


M 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


William A. Lombard, 


38 


Meddvbemps 


M 


do 




Eldridge L. Bryant, 


18 


Machias 


S 


do 




George A. Kingsley. 


28 


do 


s 


do 




XD8IC1AN8. 












Albion K. P. Vickeiy, 


21 


CaUis 


s 


do 




Reuben H. Penley. 


36 


Bethel 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. I, Oct. IS. 


WAOONBR. 












Edward L. Brackett. 


24 


Calais 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 


PBIYATBS. 












Albee, John H. 


22 


Machias 


s 


do 




AverUl, Ariel W. 


31 


Cooper 
E. Machias 


M 


do 




Bryant, Elbridgo H. 


23 


s 


do 


' 


Butler, George H. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Batler, Moses N. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Berry, William F. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Black, Thomas 


18 


Whiting 


s 


do 




Bachelder, Josiah N. 


31 


Haehiiis 


M 


do 


Sick in qnartn*. 


Baglcy, Samud A. 


22 


E. Machias 


s 


do 




Berry, Henry 


24 


Princeton 


M 


do 




Btckford, Hiram T. 


35 


Dixmont 


S 


do 




Cunningham, George F. 


24 


Edmonds 


s 


do 




Carter, William 


19 


Princeton 


s 


do 




Crocker, John M. 


19 


Dixmont 


s 


do 




Colcord, Marshall N. 


26 


Newport 


s 


do 




Drew, George F. 


27 


Vfhiiing 


s 


do 


Wagoner. 


Daggett, Leonard H. 


18 


Wesley 


s 


do 




Dennens, Geoige H. 


19 


B. Machias 


s 


do 




Emerson, Daniel W. 


24 


Addison 


s 


do 




Emerson, Robert F. 


18 


do 


s 


do 


Hospitalnune. 


Finnay, Joseph 


21 


Charlotte 


s 


do 




Foss, Wesley 


18 


Machias 


s 


do 




Farrell, Charles R. 


21 


Princeton 


s 


do 




Fo98, Israel 


23 


Machias 


s 


do 




Foster, John W. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Gardiner, James T. 


25 


K. Machias 


M 


do 




Given. John N. 


20 


Newport 


s 


do 




Goold. George 
Hoy^ William 0. 


18 
18 


Dixmont 
E. Machias 


s 
s 


do 
do 


Deceased at Annapolis, OcL 19. 


Haiey, Moses 


24 


Top^eld 


s 


do 





APPBITDIX D. 



427 



Return of Company H^ Ninth Regiment^ ( Continued^) 



Namaa. 



Hill, Ljman O. 
Johnson, Charies M. 
Kennkton, George H. 
Kilter, William A. 
Leighton, Isaac W. 
I^ane, Harvey A. 
LtTons, James S. 
Lincolii, Daniel W. 
McAbe, James 
Morrison, Daniel 
Marphy, John B. 
Phipps, Thomn H. 
Fike, William F. 
Porter, Joseph B. 
Preble, Abiel £. 
Peabodv, BenjamiB W 
Qainn, Frank 
Reynolds, George W. 
Roberts, Silas 
Rushton, John L. 
Reynolds, John A. 
Richmond, Thomas 
Reynolds, Simon P. 
R^oldB, Nathan W. 
Redman, James 
Searey, Frank E. 
Sireeney, Jeremiah H. 
Sherman, James B. 
Spooner, Sanders G. 
Smith, William H. 
Smith, Llewellyn D. 
Smith, Charles F. 
Triffit, James K. 
Weeks, Joseph 
Teaton, Lewis F. 
York, Ephraim E. 
MaloY, John 
Clark, Charles H. 
Marney, Wellington 
•Crane,' Leri 



RetidenM. 



Whiting 

E. Madiias 

Whiting 

Machias 

Addiron 

Topsfield 

Charlotte 

Machias 

do 
CodyTille 
Calais 
Cooper 
Princeton 
Machiasport 
l9Biacbias 
Dixmont 
Bfachias 

do 
Northfield 
E. Machias 
Machias 

do 

do 

do 
Meddybemps 
E. Machias 
Addison 
E. Machias 
Princeton 

do 
Dixmont 

do 
E. Machias 



Meddybemps 

Topsfleld 

Dixmont 

Baileyvilie 

Dixnaonk 

Manchester 

Linnens 



••a 
ll 
S 
M 
S 
S 

s 



M 



Muctr'd 

Into 
U.8.8er. 

9^pt.21 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Oct. 10 
Sept.2l 



Ramarki. 



Appointed Corporal, Not. 29. 



Sick in hospital. 



Sick in qnarters. 



On extra dntj. 



Sick in hospital. 
Transferred from Co. G. 



428 adjutanT'Gbnbral's beport. 

Recapitulation of Company H^ Ninth Regiment Infantry y Maine Vohmteers* 



*'■*'■ 


PiW0Ot ac AbMDt* 






TL. 


n:^ 


D»- 


Tna*. 
foned. 


•■ 




Duty. *'**• 


Killed. 


•n. cesMd. cbuged. 


■MMl. 


Toiml. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Offioen 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Friyates 


2 
11 

1 
68 


S 

5 






1 


1 




2 


3 
13 

3 
69 


Total 


77 7 


Ill 1 


! 2 


SB 


Condensed Morning Report, December Itty 1861. 



-»* 



PmsaxirT. 



Foe Dutt. 



"Sii 
lis 
if 

ill 



3!ll 



S & 



63 77 



SiCB 



Special 
Dutt. 



^1 

lil 
I § 

li 

olz. 



J s 






s 

II 



2> 5 7 




Present Organization of the Company, 





1 


~T>Ete~5r" 






^1 Rank. 


KMidCBM. 


REnkor 
Appoint- 
ment. 


■MM^a 


l| Washington I. Chase 
2 Samnel R. Barclay 


29 Captain 


E. Machias 


Sept 14 




31 1st Lieut, Calais 


Oct. 16 




3 Henry A. Grey 


25 2d Lieut. Portland 

1 


do 




1, William L. Haerhes 


1 
22 Sergeant Qharlotte 


Sept 14 




2 Stephen S. F. Smith 


23 do do 


do 




3 Charles A. Thompson 


25' do Machias 


do 




4 Warren T. Noyes 


22 


do jjonesport 


do 




5 Joseph T. Hughes 


26 


do jE. Machias 


do 




li Bliss Brocitaway 


21 


Corporal 


Princeton 


^" 




2 James A. Bates 


25 


do 


do 




3 1 Joseph E. Leighton 


21 


do 


Addison 


do 




4 Aaron H- Chase 


32 


do 


E. Machias 


do 




5 John B. Murphy 


25 


do 


Calais 


Not. 29 




6 William A. Lombard 


38 


do 


Meddybemps 
Machias 


^'* 




7 GIdridge L. Bryant 


18 


do 




8, George A. Kingsley 


28 


do 


do 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



429 



Return of Capt George W. Camroings, Company I, Ninth Regiment IniantrT, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, together 
with a record of the chances that hare taken place m the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the twenty-first day of September, 1861 

SCOLLAY D. BAKER, Captain. 



Ni 



COMMISS'd OWI0E&8. 

George W. Commings, 
Scollay D. Baker, 
Billings Brastow. 

SBBOBAKTB. 

£lto« W. Ware, 
Dustia P. Dority, 
Shopard S. Thomaa, 
Richard Webster, 
Edwin T. Clifford. 

CORPORALS. 

Volney A. Gray, 
Edwin R. Wadleigh, 
Warren E. Jordan, 
Alfred L. Colson, 
Joseph D. Norcross, 
Elijah S. Pierce, 
William Dougherty, 
William W. LanL 

MUSICIAirS. 

Albert A. Adams, 
Rofus B. Sprague. 

PRITATB8. 

Armington, Henry C. 
Adams, C Wesley 
Archer, Justin 
Blake, Nathaniel 
Blake, John T. 
Bowman, James W. 
Barton, John F. 
Barton, John H. 
Canning, William H. 
Calef. George W. 
Collins, Michael 
Colson, Stephen 
Chatterley, Henry B. 
Costigan, Wesley 
Clark, Jackson W. 
Chase, Ansel 
I>ayt8, James 
Doe, John W. 
Dougherty, John 
Davis, Charles H. 
Dean, Charles A. 
Davis, John W. 
Everett, Willard 
Farbush, George W. 
Fraxier, William S. 
Oiles, Emery O. 
Gileii, Otis J. 
Goodwin, Moses 
Grant, Howard 
Hord, Benjamin F. 
Hinckley, Thomas P. 
Harvey, Arthnr M. 





g^.Mustr'd 




i^\ hifo 
5g«|UJ8.8«r. 




Bangor 


M 


V 


do 


M 


Brewer 


S 


do 


Orrington 


M 


do 


Bangor 


S 


do 


do 


S 


do 


do 


M 


do 


Hermon 


S 


do 


Sangerville 


S 


do 


Brewer 


M 


do 


Bradford 


M 


do 


Winterport 


M 


do 


Bangor 


S 


do 


do 


M 


do 


Passadnmk'g 


S 


do 


Orono 


S 


do 


Hampden 


s 


do 


Sangerville 


s 


do 


Holden 


s 


do 


Bangor 


s 


do 


Aurora 


s 


do 


Brewer 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Holden 


M 


do 


Eddiogton 


s 


do 


Exeter 


s 


do 


Eddington 


s 


do 


Orono 


M 


do 


Winterport 


s 


do 


Aurora 


s 


do 


Passadumk'g 


s 


do 


Glenbum 


M 


do 


Sebec 


s 


do 


Plymouth 


s 


do 


Winterport 


M 


do 


Passadumk'g 


s 


do 


Howland 


s 


do 


Winterport 


s 


do 


Eddington 


s 


do 


Winterport 


s 


do 


Bangor 


M 


do 


do 


M 


do 


Orrington 


S 


do 


Dedham 


s 


do 


Veazie 


s 


do 


Hermon 


s 


do 


Bangor 


s 


do 


Hampden 


8 


do 


Maxfield 


s 


do 



Reaurka. 



Resigned, Oct. 17. , 
Promoted Captain, Oct. IB. 
Promoted Ist Lieut., Oct. 18. 

Promoted 2d Lieut, Oct. 18. 
Reduced to ranks. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant, Oct 18. 
'* 4th " " 

Promoted 2d Sergeant, Oet 18. 



Reduced to ranks. 



Promoted Corporal, Oct 18. 



Promoted Corporal, Oct 18. 



Promoted Corporal, Oct 18. 



430 



AI>JllTAN>aBNXaAI.'S BBPOKT. 



Return of Company J, Ninih 


Regiment, (^ContinuedJ) 








&i 


Muatr'd 




Naiaem 


i 




ia 


into 


BMBUln. 




< 




s 


UASer. 






22 


Hermon 


^o" 




Hojt, David 0. 
Jadkins, Moses H. 


24 


Passadnmk'g 


s 


* 


33 


Alton 


M 


do 




JeptMHi, Charles L. 


21 


Frankfort 


s 


do 




Kent, Thomas 


21 


Veazie 


s 


do 




Kimball, Charles H. 


35 


Oldiown 


M 


do 




Kent, John E. 


18 


Veazie 


S 


do 




Lynch, Patrick 


25 


Orono 


S 


do 




Landen, Joseph C. 


47 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Lamont, John 


18 


Monson 


S 


do 




Lord; Albert R. 


19 


Hermon 


S 


do 




Morrill, Levi J. 


35 


Brewer 


M 


do 




Moody, William H. 


18 


Bangor 


S 


do 




Mahana, Dennis 


18 


do 


S 


do 




Merrill, Alonzo B. 


23 


Holden 


s 


do 




Mayo, Lemuel H. 
McLanghlin, Francis H. 


23 


Brewer 


s 


do 




22 


Carmel 


s 


do 


Promoted Corporal, Oct. 18. 


Nickerson, Alvin B. 


19 


Winterport 


s 


do 




Nason, William H. 


18 


Alfred 


s 


do 




Nash, Albert 


19 


Passadumk'g 


s 


do 


Deceased at Hilton Head. 


Pond, William S. 


20 


Orrington 


s 


do 




Pond, Frank 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Perry, David 


43 


Carmel 


M 


do 




Pomroy, Henry H. 


23 


Glen bum 


M 


do 


Dischaiiged for disability. 


Bichardson, George W. 


21 


Eddiagton 


s 


do 




Rankin, John D. 


49 


Brewer 


M 


do 




Smith, Llewellyn 


25 


Carmel 


s 


do 




Smith, Charles £. 


20 


Bangor 
Burlington 


s 


do 




Smith, George J. 


22 


s 


do 




Stone, Charles S. 


19 


Corinna 


s 


do 




Smart, Thomas 


23 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Scribner, Orin 


31 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Staples, Charles 6. 


18 


Glenbum 


s 


do 




Staples, George R. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Smith, Mandel 


22 


Winterport 


s 


do 




Stevens, John F. 


22 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Shaw, John N. 


25 


Veazie 


s 


do 


Promoted Corporal, Oct. 8. 


Shaw, Daniel B. 


43 


Altos 


M 


do 




Salmon, William B. 


23 


Bangor 
Glenbum 


S 


do 




Tibbetts, Daniel, Jr. 


25 


s 


do 


Promoted Sergeant, Oct. 8. 


Town, James W. 


37 


Pittsfield 


M 


do 




Ware, Wilbert 


19 


Orrington 


S 


do 




Wilson, William 


39 


Orono 


s 


do 




Ward, Josiah 


44 


Carmel 


M 


do 




Willey, James B. 


44 


Cherryfield 


M 


do 




Wooster, Isaac 


20 


Glenbum 


S 


do 




Ward, Daniel 


41 


China 


M 


do 




Young, John D. 


20 


Corinna 


S 


do 




York, George P. 


29 


Fairfield 


s 


do 





APPBNDIX D. 431 

Reeapitidation of Company I^ Ninth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





PrwMnt k, Abi«ou 




Prison 


eeaMd. 


Di».- 
charged. 


De- 


TrmiM^ 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


KUI«d. 


•n. 


Mrtad. 


fenvd. 


TotaL 


CommiBsioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicums & Wagoner 
Priyates 


2 

13 

8 

79 








1 


1 
1 






3 
13 

9 
81 


Total 


96 








1 


2 






99 


Condensed Morning Report^ December 1«<, 1861. 



















1 






Aaiaar. 












Oa 








On 




Foa DcTT. 


Sick. 


Spxcial 

DOTT. 


AaaaiT. 




Sica. 


SpaciAL 
Saavica. 




1 


1 






ei 




1 






i 




§ 






s 




1 ' 


1 


< 


•i 1 

3 i 

s o 

II 


i 
1 


< 


0| 

I- 

1: 


1 


• 


o 
^ 1 

d ► 
% £ 


1 


S 


{ 
1 


1 

£ 


O 


s 

i 


j 


< 


1 

i 

< 


211 


65 


78 


ll 1 


3 


5 


1 il 


u 




1 1 


96l 
















96 



Present Organization of the Company, 



Names. 



Scollay D. Baker 
Billings Braatow 
Elton W. Ware 



Richard Webster 
Volney A. Gray 
Shepard S. Thomas 
Edwin T. Clifford 
William B. Salmon 



Jackson W. Clark 
John N. Shaw 
James W. Bowman 
Edwin R. Wadleigh 
Warren E. Jordan 
Alfred L. Colson 
John Dongher^r 
Fraods H. McLaoghlin 




28 Captain 
23il8tLieut 
21 2d Lieut 



Sergeant 

do 
do 
do 



Corporal 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 





Date of 




Residence. 


Rank or 

Appoint- 

roeat. 


Remarks. 


Bangor 


Oct. 18 




Brewer 


do 




Orrington 


do 




Bangor 


Oct 18 




Sangerville 


do 




Bangor 


do 




Hermon 


do 




Bangor 


do 




Glenbnm 


Oct 18 




Veazie 


do 




Bangor 


do 




Brewer 


do 




Bradford 






Winterport 






Passadum- 


Oct 18 




Carmel [keag 


do 





432 



adjutant-gbnkbal's bbport. 



Retara of Capt. Thomas E. Wentworth, Coropanj K, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Maine Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, 
together with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Companj since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the twent^rst day of September, 1861. 

THOMAS E. WENTWORTH, Captain. 







o£ 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


i 




fet 


into 


Remuks. 




< 




Is 


UJ9.Ser. 




gommiss'd officers. 


"" 








Thomas E Wentworth, 


47 


Gorham 


M 


Sept2l 




Chester B. Shaw, 


24 


do 


S 




Charles A. Brooks. 


23 


Buxton 


s 


do 




8BROBANT8. 












William W. Lowe, 


28 


Gorham 


s 


do 


Absent without leave. 


Charles N. Whitoomb, 


24 


Saco 


s 


do 




Wm. H. Johnson, 


35 


Gorham 


M 


do 




Wm. W. Durgin, 


22 


Stoneham 


S 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant, Nov. 28. 


Samuel M. Plummer. 


22 


Naples 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Frank B. Libby, 


23 


Gorham 


M 


do 




Sargent S. Freeman, 


23 


Windham 


S 


do 


Deceased at Fort Monroe, Not .1. 


John F. Cooley, 


18 


Standish 


s 


do 




William P. Stargiss, 


27 


Gorham 


s 


do 




Asa Hackett, 


18 


Buxton 


s 


do 




Erastus K. Shaw, 


21 


Standish 


s 


do 




Adams Smith, 


19 


HolUs 


s 


do 




Wm. H. H. Merrill 


21 


Scarboro' 


s 


do 


Promoted from Private, Oct la 


MUSICIANS. 












Amos H. Hanson, 


23 


Wmdham 


s 


do 




Edwin Smith. 


23 


Gorham 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 












Benjamin F. Goodwin. 


22 


Cornish 


s 


do 


Prisoner at Raleigh. 


PRIVATES. 












Austin, Benjamin 


47 


Westbrook 


s 


do 




Anstin, Moses 


41 


do 


s 


do 




Avery, Andrew 


18 


Smitbfield 


s 


do 




Blake, Charles A. 


18 


Sebago 
Phillips 


s 


do 




Beal, Josiah C. 


35 


M 


do 


Promoted to Seigeant 


Bray, Lafayette 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Bray, Van B. 
Butler, Lorenzo 


28 


do 


s 


do 




38 


do 


M 


do 




Cannell, Hermon 


40 


Gorham 


M 


do 




Cannell, Lot 


18 


do 


S 


do 




Chandler, Jonas C. 


20 


Phillips 


s 


do 




Chandler, Willord M. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Carr, Robert W. 


33 Minot 


s 


do 




Downey, John 


18 Bangor 


s 


do 




Fitzpatrick, John B. 


18 do 


s 


do 




French, Newman 


43 Phillips 


M 


do 


Died at Hilton Head, Nov. 2a 


Fellows, John C. 


21 iFryeburg 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant, Not. IS. 


Graffam, Robert