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APPENDIX ''D'' 

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^:ni^ua.l report 



ADJUTANT GENERAL 



STATE OF MAINE. 




DECEMBER 31, 1861. 

It being that portion of the Report which comprises a Return of the several Regiments 
and Corps which have entered United States service from this State, with their organiza- 
tion when they left the State, and all subsequent changes to December 1, 1S61. 



Publiflhcd agreeably to a Resolve approved March 10, 1855. 



AUGUSTA: 
STEVENS & SAYWARD, PRINTERS TO THE STATE. 

1862. 



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APPENDIX D. 



A Return of the several Ree/iments and Corps which have entered United States 
service from this State, during the past year, under the requisition of the 
President , with their organization ivhen they left the State, and all subse- 
quent changes to December 1, 18G1. Made in accordance ivith the following 
instructions, issued by the Adjutant General early in November. 



STATE OF MAINE. 

Head Qcakters, Adjutant General's Office, > 

Augusta, Nov. , 1861. > ' 

Capt. 

Company — , Kegt Maine Volunteers. 

Dear Sir : Herewith, is furnished you a list of all whom the records of this ofiBoe 
show to have been mustered into United states service in your company, with the 
officers as they existed when it left the State. I wish you to fill up the Return from 
the records of the company, iind from such other information as you may be able to 
obtain, and to do it very carefully, in order that I may present in my annual report, 
;from this and similar returns, the name, and what may be important in the history, of 
.every soldier who has entered the service, together with the exact present strength of 
each company. 

You probably have some in your company, either as officers or privates, who have 
entered it sinnc our rolls were made, whose names are not here given. You will please 
add all such at the bottom of the list of "Privates," giving the time of their being 
mustered into service, age, &i., and remarking opposite Officers^ names, their promo- 
tion. (See example. No. 9.) If, by any error in the rolls, the name of a person is 
given who has never served with you since you left the State, you will notice him 
accordingly in the Remarks, 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 — ibe first name in full, 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 A'jtoc, (not necessarily his /fcn^ resi- 
dence,) in order that each portion of the State may have its due credit for furuishing 
volunteers — and finally, that all mistakes are rectified, and blank spaces filled. 

The column " present and abluent," coinj)rises all whom you shall consider members 
of your company on the first day of December next, even though some may be in this 
State reoruiting, aDd others siok in a hospital fifty miles from you. 



APPENDIX D. 



51 



The remaining requirements will bo easily understoocU in connection with the Ex- 
ample whicb has been given. These variuus heads will cover everj" c ise that may arise, 
, " and you will be able under thein to state accurately the reasons why any, who have 
^^__ once been with you, are now absent. Every man miiit be accounted for. Do not, under 
any circainstunees, erase a name, but make the Kemurks very lull, iusert'iiig every- 
thing that may be necessary in the way of explanation. Let the iitne and cause of dis- 
cnarges be correctly stated. It is of the utmost importance that each of these requ re- 
ments be carefully complied with, in order that no injustice may be done to any one. 

In the Recapitulation, tho e who hiive been promoied to be officers, from the lanks, 
or from outside the limits of the company, must be numhertd as " Privates," else the 
" totalii" on the right hand will be toa large, and cause confusion. Under the heading 
"Present Organization, &a.," the ofScers, as now existing, will aiipear. 

The " Morning Keport" for December 1st, is independent of what precedes, except 
that the '' Aggregate present and absent" should be equal to the sum of " fit for duty" 
and "sick." This report will be condensed from your regular morning report of that 
date. Everything except this, and the column " present and absent" in the Return, 
can 1^0 made up at once; but little labor will then remain. Each commanding officer 
will be expected to forward his Return to this office as early as December 3d; if it is 
'elayed, it will probably be too late for publication. 

These Returns, when perfected and arranged, together with abstracts and tables 

ased upon them, will be published in the " Annual Report of the Adjutant General," 

• n the 1st 3f January. These Reports will be scattered throughcut the State, and sent 

'0 all our regiments. From them, friends at home will lie able to obtain information in 

■^ilation to husbands, brothers and sons in the army, that they can obtain in no other 

ay. It concerns you more than any other single individual, that your record shall be 
/ II, and free from errors, an>l every consideration of duty and self-respect, will urge 
our prompt and personal attention to this subject. 

I will add that this is required, also, in partial conformity to Section 3, of the Act 
passed at the extra session of the Legislature, in April last, entitled "An act to au- 
thorize the raising of ten regiments," <tc., which section provides that " the captains 
of the respective companies shall make monthly returns," &a. This has not yet leea 
asked for, and it is thought that this Return, if properly prepared, will furnish all the 
facts desired iit the present time. 

I have sent an extra blank which you will fill out, to correspond with the one 
returned to this office, and preserve for reference. 

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

Your Obedient Servant, 

JOHN L. H0D3D0N, Adjutant General, 



52 



ADJUTANT QENBRAL'3 REPORT, 



FIRST REGIMENT MAINE VOLUNTEERS.* 



Mustered into U. S. Service at Portland, by Capt. J. W. T. Gardiner, for three months 
from the third day of May, 1861. 



Nathaniel J. Jackson, 
Albion Witham, 
George G. Bailey, 
James S. Fillebrown, 
William S. Dodge, 
Wentworth P Richardson, 
A. A. C. Williams, 
Gr-orge Knox, 
Foster Kandall, 
Stephen II. Manning, 
George J. Northrop, 
David Jones, 
C3rus Freeman, 



FIELD AND STAFF. 
Lewiston, 
Portland, 
Portland, 
Lewiston, 
Portland, 
Portlan.i, 
Brunswick, 
Brunswick, 
Lewi^ton, 
Brunswick, 
Portland, 
Westbrook, 
Ltwiston, 



Colonel. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Major. 

Adjutant. 

Quartermaster. 

Surgeon. 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Chaplain. 

Sergeant Major. 

Quartermaster Sergeant. 

Hospital Steward. 

Drum Major. 

Fife Major. 



COMPANY "A," Capt. TUKEY. 



Names. 


< 


Residence. 


1 

Names. 


. 1 
m; Residence. 


CAPfAIN. 






i Boynton, Freeman N. 


22 C Elizabeth. 


George \V. Tukcy, 


44 


Portland. 


Bowie, John B. 


22Pottlana. 


LIKUIENANTS. 






Copp, John F. 


20 do 


George II. l.hiidwcll, 


30 


do 


C. His, John F. 


22 Philadelphia. 


Chmles \, McVllister, 


•28 


do 


1 Cushm:in, Bi-rj^min S. 


18 Portland. 


SICKGKANTS. 






CooUiroth, TLaddius W 


21 do 


John M Beal. 


32 


do 


Chrfuiberlain, Charles B 


ISC Elizabeth. 


Alex. iJell, 


44 


do 


Dyer, Edmund W. 


22' do 


Puiez B. Burnhnra, 


26 


do 


Green, John 


31 Portland. 


Simeon B. Wigfjin, 


36 


do 


Guptill, Stephen H. 


21 Fryeburg. 


Corporals. 






1 Hyde. Kufus W. 


3 i Portland. 


Chnrles A. (. hellis, 


32 


do 


' Hall, Webb 


30: do 


Chiirles 11 -cott, 


22 


do 


Hanson, Nils A. 


23 do 


Jaims B('rry, 


4.1 


do 


Hall, Henry D. 


27 


Betijiuiin F. Witham, 


25 


do 


Holbrook, (buries L. 


l9.>^tarks. 


MUSICIANS. 






Hanley, Thoiiias, 


19 Cumberland. 


V"illi«m II. >ewell, 


34 


do 


Hockley, EJward J. 


23 Poitland. 


Joseph H Graham, 


22 


Fall River. 


Illsley, Charles E. 


23 Hiirrison. 


PKIVATES. 






Jordan, George S. 


21 C. Elizabeth. 


Adams, (Jeorgo M. 


■G 


Westbrook. 


Jordan, Andrew B. 


'23 do 


Begg, John K. 


19 


Portland. 


Kennard, Fiank S. 


2l| 


Bowker, Davis C. 


.w> 


do 


Keniiard, Merritt A. 


19 


Barnard, John E. 


34 


do 


Lovitt, William 


21 C. Elizabeth. 


Barry, Thomas 


la 


C Elizabeth. 


1 Lovitt, James 


191 do 



* Taken from the original Muster -in Roll«. 



APPENDIX I>. 



33 





COMPANY "A, 


" (CONTIHPKD.) 






Names. 


MI Residence. 


Names. 


o 

< 


Eesidence. 


Lincoln, Edward R. 


22 Portland. 1 


Stackpnle, Daniel W. 


2i 


Portland. 


Munsey, John H. 


23 


do : 


Swett, George W. 


20 


Gorham. 


McKenney, George 11. 


23 


do 


Swett, John B. 


23 


Portland. 


McDonald, Angus 


21 


do 1 


Swett, Albert H. 


21 


do 


Murray, Albion 


21 


VVestbrook. ! 


Stevens, George L. 


27 


Westbrook. 


Norton, Chiirles P. 


21 


Portland. 


Schoonmaker, Edw. G. 


22 


Cleveland. 


Newell, Charles H. 


20 


do 


Thaxter, George R. W. 


22 


Portland. 


Osgood, Charles H. 


26 


East Boston. 


Tyrroll, William D. 


23 


C. Elizabeth. 


Pike, John U. 


31 


Portland. 


Waterhouse, Samuel 


22 


Portland. 


Pillsbury, Tobias 2d 


20 C. Elizabeth. 


Wyer, Edward P. 


21) 


do 


Purinion, Albert H. 


23 


Portland. 


Whitten, Oliver G. 


20 


do 


Rich, Frank G. 


2G 


do 


Whitten, Benjamin F. 


39 


do 


Ross, George H. 


21 




Witham, John 






Roach, Edward 


29 


Portland. 


Watts, Albert S. 


22 


N. Gloucester. 


Smith, Albeit W. 


25 


do 


Willard, Henry E. 


23 


C. Elizabeth. 


Soule, Thomas W. 


27 


do 


Wilson, Alvan S. 


19 


Portland. 


Strong, George 


32 


do 


Wormwood, Alfred R. 


21 


N. Glouoeater, 


Stockman, Charles W. 


24 


do 









COMPANY «B,".Capt. WALKER. 



CAPTAIN. 

Charles Walker, 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Charles J. Pennell, 
James M. Black, 

SERGEANTS. 

Charles W. Roberts, 
Alfred L. Turner, 
Woodbury S. Pennell, 
Charles H. Libby, 

CORPORALS. 

Richard T. Beaslev, 
Alfred D. F. Farley, 
Chailes II. CoUey, jr. 
Charles 11. Cushman, 

MUSICIANS. 

Samubl T. Dyer, 
Peter B. Waterhouse, 

PRIVATES. 

Allen, Charles F. 
Alexander, Reuben 
Amsbey, G. L. 
Berry, Charles R. 
Bowie, Augustus 
Buck, Cyrus W. 
Blown, Daniel H. 
Cushman, Charles H. 
Cummings, Fiauklin L. 
Colley. Charles H. 
Chase, R^uel D. 
Delano, Marcus 
Folsora, Samuel P. 
Folnom, \\ illiara H. 
Fowler, Sewcll T. 
Frtgan, William H. 
Frost, Charles H. 
Green, Joseph M. 
Goff, Lindsey A. 
Glendeming, John G. 
Graffam, Edward W. 
Hurd, Charles T. 
Hoyt, Benjamin G. 



26 


Portland. 


30 do 


26 


do 


19 


do 


23 


do 


22 


do 


24 


do 


27 do 


26' do 


2i; do 


22 do 


25 do 


44 Westbrook. 


Sl'Portland. 


21 C. Elizabeth. 


23 Portland. 


24 do 


21 do 


35 do 


20' do 


22 do 


22 • do 


26 do 


25^ do 


19 do 


30 do 


21 i do 


22 C. Elizabeth 


20 Portland. 


261 do 


29! do 


28 Gray. 


26 Portland. 


22 


do 


21 


do 


23 


do 



Hall, Daniel W. 


23 


3tark8. 


Hall, Henry C. 


23 j do 


Hall, Dana 


19 


Portland. 


Hodsdon, Moses 8. 


29 


do 


Hall, David N. 


24 


do 


Illsley, Enoch B. 


23 


Westbrook. 


Jones, Charles D. 


21 


Portland. 


Johnson, Walter 


23 


do 


Jost, George D. 


24 


do 


Knight, Simeon 


27 


do 


Kelley, Thomas 


18 


do 


Libby, John F. 


24 


do 


Lemont, George W. 


28 


do 


Loveitt, Edward W. 


19 


do 


Mason, Edwin 


2G|Westbrook. 


Mcsarve, Amos 


26 do 


Mountfort, Daniel B. 


22 Portland. 


Marshall, James G. 


22 


do 


Mahan, George T. 


26 


do 


Moses, Alfred L. 


24 


do 


Noble, Rulus W. 


32 


do 


Newall, James N. 


29 


do 


Noyes, Stephen jr. 


29| do 


Pennell, William H. 


26:Gray. 


Peterson, John P. 


30|Portland. 


Pote, Daniel M. 


2i| do 


Paine, Charles H. 


19 


do 


Quimby, Charles 0. 


28 


do 


Robie, Lincoln 


19 


do 


Rines, David H. 


25| do 


Seed, Francis 


32 do 


Shaw, Edward 


22 C. Elizabeth. 


Soarle, John 


26 


Portland. 


Totman, John F. 


19 


do 


Thurston, George H. 


22 


do 


Trowbridge, John 


22 


do 


Trowbridge, Charles J. 


23 


do 


Verrill, Benjamin F. 


26 


do 


Wescoti, Richard 


19 


do 


Willey, John C. 


28 


do 


Waterhouse, Cyrus T. 


20 


do 


: York, Jamea B. 


22 


0. KUKftbeth 



54 



ADJUTANT GtENERAL'a REPORT. 



COMPANY "C," Capx. I'ESSBNDEN. 



Xames. 



to Residence. 



Names. 



« Residence. 



CAPTAIN. 






M. R. Fessenden, 


29 Portland. 


LIECTESASTS. 






AVilliam P. Jordan, 


30 


do 


Benjamin M. Kedlon, 


28 


do 


SERGEANTS. 






Edward N. Oreely, 


2C 


do 


loteorge W. Graffam, 


19 


do 


Daniel C. Clark, 


20 


do 


James M. Sjifford, 


19 


do 


CORPORALS. 






Charles E. Jordan, 


27 


do 


Henry A B'lmbam, 


31 


do 


Simeon H. Merrill, 




do 


Charles E. Howard, 


21 


di 


MUSICIASa. 






David Jones, 


2G 


do 


PRIVATES. 






Berry, Oibora R. 


22 


do 


Sums, John 


33 


do 


Bonney, Edward W^. 


18 


do 


Bickneil, Edwin 


30 


do 


Campbell, Daniel C. 


23 Boston. 


Colesworthy, Henry R. 


20 Portland. 


Coliey, Albert F. 


23 


Gray. 


Collcy, OrrJii B. 


21 


do 


Coffin, William H. 


32 


Uestbrook. 


Crediford, George U. 


27 


Biddeford. 


Curran, Thomas 


32 


Portland. 


Dolan, Edward J. 


19 


do 


Bodge, John M. 


23 


do 


Foy, William 0. 


35 


do 


Furbish, James C. M., 


26 


do 


Gould, John M. 


21 


do 


Greely, Rensallaer, 2d 


28 


do 


Haines, Alberton P. 


21 


do 


Hudson, John B. jr 


29 


do 


Hurd, George H. 


23 


do 


Hamilton, Charles B. 


19 


do 


Hamilton, William P. 


18 


do 


Hatch, John H, 


21 


do 



Holt, George S. 
liiller, Edward, Jr. 
lliitoii, Eben 
Ivennnid, Charle.s 0. 
Kiiowlton, Charles T. 
Lamson, Charles U. 
Leslie, Juaios Vi. 
Li)Tvell, Albert 
Langley, Henry 
Lincoln Edward R. 
More, Edward K, 
i\Ionroe, Thomas 
Miller, James P. 
Mosher,Marsha'l M. 
Mills, Joseph N. 
Mitchell, Eben M. 
Mitcbel!, J.imes E. 
M'Ginley, George 
Pluramer, Henry A. 
Prince, Levi M. 
Richardson, Columbus C. 
Reeil, Williaui H. 
Rich, Marshall U. 
Smith, Frank A. 
Smith, Uenrj' M. 
Stoneham, Peter W. 
Sargent, John A. 
Sawyer, George W. 
Sawyer, William K. 
Sawyer, Frederic A. 
Smith, James 
Thompson, Frederic H. 
Trask, George F. 
Walt'hi, Henry 3. 
Wiley, John N. 
Whilnev, Isaac R. 
Wetherbee, Alfred H. 
V.'eeks, Robert M. 
Whitney, Benjamin F. 
Whiitier, J. Henry 
Wiisoii, Archibald 



|21 Portland. 
135 do 

'23' d., 
!1U| do 
i'iS; do 
i21, do 
:2tj: do 
;25 Windham. 
23 E:ist liostoD. 
i22 Portland. 
j2l{ do 
24! do 
|22 do 
1 23 Gurham. 
J21 Portland. 

'■•n\ do 

!20; do 
j24 do 
25l do 
liO do 
:24Disfic!d. 
21, Portland. 
26, do 
20, do 
122. do 
i21 do 
I22! do 
'20 do 
20 Westbrook. 

22 do 

37 Portland. 
IS do 

20 [ do 
30 Peru. 

23 Bridgton. 

21 Windham. 

19 Bath. 

26 Portland. 
23 Windham^ 

20 Portland. 

21 do 



COMPANY "D," Capt. ME:^ERVE. 



CAPTAIN. 

Charles H. Meserve, 

LIEUTENANTS. 

William A. Pearce, 
George H. Bailey, 

SERGEANTS. 

William W. Davis, 
Charles II. Bradford, 
Augustus Fox, 
Otis 0. Newhall, 

CORPORALS. 

George C. Ham, 
Thomas H. Poor, 
.facob F. Knighf, 
j'Vancis E. Emery, 
JirsiciANS. 
Albert P. Ward, 
>'rank 11. Butlor, 



23 Portland. 



do 
do 



23 


do 


21 


do 


31 


do 


20 


do 


24 


do 


23 


do 


2.T 


do 


24 


do 


30 


do 


Ig 


di, 



l! PRIVATES. 

!' Andrews, Tristram 
! Brown, William H. 
i Brud'.sb, Henry C. 
'[ Burehill, Kiebard 

Blake, John U. 

Brine, William 

Coaley, Georgf E. 

Cammotr, George H. 

Conway, John 
!; Cnbb, Benjamin F. 
;; Cobb, Goorge S. 
jl Campbell, John 
II Curran, Robert 
i Conlips, George L. 
|[ Cl.arb, William 
I Dyer, Franklin 

Down?, John W. C. 



20,Freeport. 
2l'Windham. 
23, Portland. 
Ulj do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

24 Biddeford. 
29'PortIand. 
18; do 

28 Yarmouth. 
20'Lewist()n. 

25 {)Hiivi!!i;. 
19 Porilaiid. 



23! 
40' 
31 
301 
32' 

:26i 



APPENDIX i). 



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COMPANY" <«D 


" (Continued, y 






Names. 


6 
20 


Residence. 


Names, 


< 


Residence. 


Dood^', John H. 


Portland. 


Lee, Frank 


19 


Portland. 


Damreii, Diistin 


26 


do 


Littlefield, Charles 


28 


do 


Eustis, Leonard 


20 


do 


Moore, Alfred S. 


23 


do 


Eustis, Frank F. 


18 


do 


McDermott, Patrick 


20 


do 


Fellows, John C. 


ly 


Fiyeburg. 


Malony, Patrick 


19 


do 


Farman, Charles W. 


27 


Woodstock. 


Mountfort, John E. 


25 


do 


Files, William H. P. 


27 


Gorham. 


iVIcCarthv, Timothy 


32 


do 


For.-aith, George 


38 


Portland. 


Newbold, Andrew D. 


20 


do 


Grant, Jotham 


22 


do 


Newcomb, Abram 


19 


do 


Gribbia, Watson R. 


21 


do 


Pillsbury, John G. 


21 


Biddeford. 


Hasty, William 


21 


Gorhiini. 


Phelps, Henry N. 


34 


Portland. 


Hunt, Robert M. 


31 


Portland. 


Kicker, Melville 


21 


Westbrook. 


Harmon, Sylvanus 


30 


do. 


Randall, Albert 


18 


Fieeport. 


Hazen, Jcjlin B. 


24 


Westbrook. 


Hidden, Thomas C. 


33 


Portland. 


Ham, William L. 


20 


Portland. 


Sawyer Charles 


20 


do 


Han, John 11. 


18 


do 


Smith, Charles J. B. 


2G 


do 


Hamilton, Robert 


18 


do 


fcawyer, Thorndike H. 


45 


Woodstock. 


Higgins, Alexander 


27 


Scarborough. 


Smellflge, George W. 


27 


Poitland. 


Jewetf, George H. 


20 


Portland. 


Westco'.t, David 


28 


do 


Jewell, William F. 


22 


Hanover. 


Winslow, Hiram 


22 


do 


Jord n, Charles F. 


22 


:\. Gloucester. 


Walker, Samuel A. 


19 


do 


Knapp, Nathan C. 


21 


Hanover. 









COMPANY « E," Capt. SHAW. 



CAPTAIN. 

William M. Shaw, 

LIEUTEUANTS. 

Albert 11. Estes, 
John M. Marston, 

SERGEANTS. 

Cyrus Latham, 
Sylvester C. Moody, 
Willi.^m Rolfe, 
Herbert R. Sargeant, 

COBPOKALS. 

Joseph Thompson, jr., 
Hiram T. Cook, 
William L. L. Gill, 
James S. Roberts, 

MUSICIANS. 

Charles T. Morso, 
Turner Cary, 

PRIVATES. 

Alien, Jesse B. 
Bent, Orrin 
Real, Flavins 0. 
Bonney, Alonzo G. 
Bragdon, Charles W. M. 
Blake, Charles H. 
Card, George A. 
Chaiiiberliii, George 
Chaplin, John 
Cloudman, Andrew C. 
Coolbroth, Charles 
Cuflin, George W. 
Coe, Cornelius B. 
Colesworthy, Joseph C. 
Crowell, Jesse H. 
Cummings, ?amuel P. 
Davis, >urauel C. 
Dennison, John H. 
Dodge, William T. 
Dunu, Martin T. 
Edwards, Sewall A. 
FraKcr, William 



34Portland. 



35 


do 


30 


do 


32 


do 


21 


do 


24 


do 


25 


do 


27 


do 


20 


do 


24 


do 


20 


do 


29 


do 


23 


do 


22 


do 


19 


do 


19 


do 


19 


do 


30 


do 


20 


do 


2t; 


do 


22 


do 


22 


Nfaples. 


2b 


Portland. 


21 


do 


24 


do 


30 


do 


26 


do 


il 


do 


22 


Gray. 


22 


Portland. 


41 


do 


I- 


Westbrook 


23 


Portland. 


30 


Naples. 


'id 


Portland. 



Field, Edmond D. 
Googins, William C. 
Green, Charles R. 
Harmon, Algernon S. 
Haskell, AVilliam S. 
.Jameson, George W. 
Jones, George W. 
Knight, Ormond W. 
Knight, Frederic M. 
Lawrence, Luther 
Lombard, Theodore H. 
Libby, Samuel B. 
Mackin, Joseph F. 
McChanniug, William S, 
Oakes, Benjamin F. 
Perley, Joseph H. 
Pennell, Benjamin C. 
Quimby, Alonzo H. 
Randall, John F. 
Bitter, John H. 
Rounds, Charles H. 
Sanborn, William H. 
himpson^ Henry T. 
Skillin, Charles D. 
Soule, George A. 
Smith, Harrison W. 
Smith, Ambrose G. 
Smith, Henry F. 
Smith, George A. 
Smith, Joseph M. 
St. John, William E. 
Thurston, Lewis L. 
Thompson, Edwin L. R. 
Townly, Samuel 
Trowbridge, Charles S. 
Trefelhen, Clifford S. 
Walton, Benjiimin F. 
Webster, Chauncey B. 
Whitney, James 
Willard, Dhnio! 



22iPortland. 
28 do 
26 do 
20!Naplcg. 
19!Portland. 
28iWestbrook. 
32 Portland. 
23 Falmouth. 
23 Portland. 

21 Pownal. 
2LPortland. 
21 1 do 

23 do 

24 do 

2G Kennebunk. 
19 Portland. 
19 do 

22 do 

21 do 

23 do 
22i do 
19iBridgton. 
29iPortiand. 
20 1 do 

23{ do 
2o! do 
22, Raymond. 

22 Portland. 
24: do 
23iBiddeford. 

21 Poitland. 

22 do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

22'iPeru. 
21JYarmouth. 
21jCaseo. 
39lPortIand. 



56 



ADJUTANT GENEKAL*S KEPORT. 
COMPANY "F," Capt. STEVENS. 



Namea. 


! 


Residence. 


Names. 

1 


« Residence. 

< 


CAPTAIX. 






Foster, Charles R. 


35 Lewiston. 


Jesse T. Stevens, 


39 


Lewiston. 


Fuilynsbee, Frnnk M. 


:20iM()iimouth. 


LIEUTENANTS. 






Gay, Benjamin F. 


iJ4;Bath. 


William Knowlton, 


31 


do 


Grover, Boynton 


21iB<)wdoin. 


Elijah M. Shaw, 


34 


Lawrence. 


Gurney, Bradley F. 


;24 Lewiston. 


SERGEANTS. 






Gould, George H. 


!21 


do 


John 11. Ferguson, 


26 


Lewiston. 


GralTam, Stephen 


i29 


do 


Marvin L. Blood, 


27 


do 


Henry, Charles W. 


23 


do 


Isaac S. Faunce, 


33 


do 


Handly, John J. 


22 


Wilton. 


Harrison A. Cook, 


36 


do 


Hall, Enoch L. 


40 


Lewiston. 


CORPORALS. 






Hill, Theodore V. 


19 


do 


Charles H. Moore, 


26 


do 


Haskell, Charles H. 


21 


do 


Edgar M. Eustis, 


25 


do 


Jones, David 


37 do 


Almon J. Gardner, 


25 


Durham. 


Jackson, Andrew 


j32 do 


Edwin S. Butler, 


29 




Jones, William H. 


18 Monmouth. 


MUSICIANS. 






Lovell, Samuel W. 


i24iLewiston. 


Frederick R. Pierce, 


20 


Harrison. 


Lowe, James 


i43 


do 


Edward Preble Carman, 


19 


Lewiston. 


Lowell, Dennis C. 


j22 


Plymouth. 


PRIVATES. 






Mann, Samuel S. 


35 


Lewiston. 


Annis, Augustus C. 


38 


do 


Morrill, Joseph S. 


|25 


Readfield. 


Annis, Zelind N. 


23 


do 


Mace, Hosea S. 


25!LewistoD. 


Abbott, George 


37 


do 


Neal, Albion K. P. 


271 do 


Brown, George W. 


23 


do 


Oliver, Luther 


'22I do 


Bangs, Gilbert V. 


23 


do 


Parlin, Edwin W. 


126 Weld. 


BeaLs, Cliarles A. 


31 


do 


Pearson, Chester C. 


23 Lewiston. 


Bartlett, Alonzo M. 


24 


do 


Pratt, Reuben D. 


22 Mercer. 


Baker, Hardy N. 


21 


do 


Preble, James G. 


23iLewiston. 


Bowker, Charles H. 


22 


Auburn. 


Prindall, Edward 


22 do 


Burnhau:, Daniel W. 


22 


Lewiston. 


Price, William 


27 


do 


Blake, John 2d 


21 


Turner. 


Rankin, Abel G. 


30 


do 


Carvill, Lewis 


27 


Lewiston. 


Reed, Charles H. 


21 


do 


Chandler, Daniel J. 


20 


do 


Stover, S;in»son H. 


25 do 


Curran, Nicholas 


22 


do 


Stewart, Hiram S. 


31 Greene. 


Cross, Lewis jr. 


18 


Solon. 1 


Stevens, Ijaiah S. 


27 


Auburn. 


Clark, Eli B. 


21 


New Vineyard. 1 


Stockbridge, Joseph T. 


34 


do 


Dudley, Henry H. 


36 


Lawrence. 


Thayer, Robert C. 


;27 


Turner. 


Dakin, Frank B. 


19 


Lewiston. 


Tubbs, John L. 


21Paris. 


Durell, Abraham G. 


23 


do 


Trufant, John A. 


23 Lewiston. 


Dean, Charles B. 


21 


do 


Thompson, Andrew J. 


125 do 


Emery, Joseph J. 


24 


Palmyra. 


Winter, William C. 


20 Freeman. 


Farrar, Edwin 


25 


Bethel. 


Whitney, Charles H. 


36lLewiston. 


Forbes, William 


23 


Lewiston. 


Winter, Harrison B. 


20 


Dixfield. 



COMPANY "G," Capt. BEAL. 



do 
do 



CAPTAIN. I 1 

George L. Beal, j35 Norway. 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Henry Rust, Jr. 27 

Jonathan Blake, 43 

SERGEANTS. | I 

William D. Whitmash, |25! do 

Henry R. Millett, i25| do 

Claudius M. Favor, 21 do 

George W. Shnles, |36 do 

CORPORALS. 1 

Caleb C. Buck, 125! do 

George E. Andrews, j280xford. 

David L. Butterfield, I24 Norway. 

John F. Fitz, |24j do 

MUSICIANS. j ! 

Wellington Hobbs, ;18j do 

PRIVATIW. ! 

Bailpy, Hiram P. 22lMinof 
» 



Brown, William C. A. 
Brann, Thomas A. 
Beman, Stephen 8. 
Bean, Timothy H. 
Berry, Frank L. 
Burrows, William A 
Buck, James M. 
Bisbee, Eliab 
Cherry, Philo S. 
Conner, Peter C. 
Cordwell, Winfield S. 
Cusbtnan, Freeland A. 
Crockett, (Jrosvenor 
Dempsy, Jere 
Davis, Joseph C. 
Denn, Jacub 2d 
Drtlloff, A Iphonzo 
Durgin, William W. 
Emery, Melvin W. 



22 Gardiner. 

21 Paris. 
142; Bethel. 
i2r do 

j 24 Norway. 
37 Sumner. 

22 do 
29; do 

130 Norway. 
|25 Paris. 
20 Greenwood. 
,20 Oxford. 
:36' Norway. 
[21! do 
1241 do 
j. 6 Oxford. 
I24 Rumford. 
!2l|~tonebam. 
'23 Grefnwoed. 



APPENDIX D. 



57 



COMPANY "G," (CONTINTJED.) 



Names. 



Evans, Samuel S, 
Foster, Wallace 
Foster, William II. 
Farrar, Sidney A. 
Foster, Jeremiah, jr. 
Farris. Rufus E. 
Field, George W. 
Gammon, C. Albert 
Horr, Augustus E. 
Uale, William F. 
Hill, William F. 
Hicks, Alfred 0. 
Hersey, Albion 
Hall, Rodney N. 
Hapgood, Andrew S. 
Hobbs, J. Frank 
Irish, Samuel C. 
Judkins, Henry N. 
Jordan, John F. 
Jordan, Granville P. 
Littlefield, James A. 
Littlefield, Albert 



Residence. 



Stoneham. 

Norway. 

Albany. 
i23'Paris. 
3 2[ Norway. 
28;Hebron. 
28'Minot. * 
32:Norway. 

23 Waterford. 
22^ Norway. 
19 Norway. 
22'Oxford. 
2llParis. 

22 Paris. 

19| Waterford. 

19 Norway. 

19 Sumner. 

21 Greenwood. 

20 Paris. 
32 Norway. 

24 Greenwood. 

22 Stoneham. 



Names. 



Merriam, Frederick R. 
Morey, Henry C. 
BIcKeen, Henry H. 
McAllister, Stephen C. 
Pike, Darius F. 
P.irker, Isaac 0. 
Raynes, Joseph F. 
Robertson, Solon 
Stephens, Lewis H. 
Stevens, Danville B. 
Stowell, Thomas N. jr. 
Stearns, Charles P. 
Stearics, Edward P. 
Seavey, Ai E. 
Shaw, Francis E. 
True, Alfred 
Thompson, Charles 
Warren, Hannibal F. 
Webster, John N. 
Whittle, John W. 
Washburn, Watson . 



^\ Residence. 

22 Norway. 
24:Oxford. 
26[Stoneham. 
24|stoneham. 
22iNorway. 

23 Greenwood. 
24Auburn. 
22'Bethel. 

23! Woodstock. 
21iParis. 
22j Paris. 
20 Bethel. 
20lBethel. 
2G Albany. 
29|GreenwoOrl. 

18 Bethel. 
24|Norway. 
20 Norway. 

19 Waterford. 
23^Greenwood. 
19lOxford. 

i 



COMPANY " H," Capt. EMERSON. 



CAPTAIN. 

Charles S. Emerson 

LIEUTENANTS. 

James C. Folsom, 
Pbineas W. Dill, 

SERGEANTS. 

James Dingley, jr. 
Aaron T. Frost, 
Horace Wijiht, 
Royal A. Bray, 

CORPORALS. 

John 0. Kidder, 
Charles W. Thincr, 
Albert D. Furbish, 
Jabez M. Hogan, 

MCSICIANS. 

Andiew J. Philbrick, 
George A. Warren, 

PRIVATES. 

Atwood, Elealfer B. 
Anderson, Charles R. 
Barker, James L. 
Brown, Frank W. 
Bisbee, Elisha S. 
Beal, Thomas R. 
Bailey, William W. 
Bradbury, Benjamin 
Conant, Alexander B. 
Coburn, George B. 
Cotton, Dennett 
Cotton, Thomas H. 
Driscoll, Timothy 
Doyle, James T. 
Davee, W'illiam G. 
Eaton, Daniel P. 
Edgecomb, Osias B. 
Estes, Stephen R 
Freeman, Albert W. 
8 



30 Auburn. 



39[ 
'401 

I ! 

2C 
J27 
142 



do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

Turner. 



.21 Auburn. 

;23iWiiterville. 

j24|Auburn. 

.21iLewiston. 

I I 

i22Palmyra. 



I i 



22 Poland. 

21'Lewiston. 

24' do 

26'Lovell. 

20JPeru. 

21Durham. 

25J do 

19jAuburn. 

26J do 

ISjLewiston. 

24Auburn. 

27i do 

27iLewiston. 

2-1 do 

24;Buckfield. 

lOjAuburn. 

28 Albany. 

ISjLewiston. 

2l!Minot. 



Furbush, Henry W. 
Green, Harrison G. 
Gordon, William II. 
Getcholl, Otis J. 
Huntress, Henry 0. 
Harridan, George W. 
Harridan, Washington F. 
Harridan, Charles £. 
Handy, Charles E. 
Hasey, George B. 
Jumper, David A. 
Joy; George F. 
Kidder, Roscoe J. 
Kimball, Isaiah 
Little, William R. 
Luce, Sullivan 
Lake, Henry H. 
Lamarche, Alfred F. 
Lovejoy, Nathaniel, Jr. 
Manning, Lemont 
Miller, Charles P. 
Merrill, Charles S. 
Morton, Randall B. 
Merrill, Auburn 
Nason, Chandler 
Ncyes, Alonzo 
Parker, George II. 
Pratt, Jabez 
Royal, Andrew J. 
Stevens, Churchill S. 
Skinner, Phineas W. 
Smith, William B. 
Stone, Josiah 
Small, Sidney 
Siivago, William M. 
Stevens, Samuel L. 
Turner, John S. 



33 Lewiston. 
35 Auburn. 

37 do 

25 New Portland. 
21,Barnstead. 
21{Auburn. 
,45 do 
18 do 

IS'Norridgowock. 
18 Lisbon. 
21 Lewiston. 
2rLisbon. 
26|Summer. 
18|Lisbon. 

38 Auburn. 



Lisbon. 

Starks. 

Hebron. 
32!Greene. 
24jLewiston. 
25 Auburn. 
28lDurham. 
21! Paris. 
2l|ReadfieId. 
28'Aiiburn. 
22Canton. 
2l|Durham. 
20jGreene. 
29 Danville. 
19 Auburn. 
19 Poland. 
22'HalloweIl. 
38 Lewiston. 



Auburn. 

do 

do 
Lewistcn. 



58 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 
COMPANY "H," (CoxTixNUED.) 



Names. 


6 

<< 


Residence. 


Names. 


ic Residence. 


Tunks, James H. 


21 


Auburn. 


White, Augustus 


28 Auburn. 


Turner, Nathaniel R. 


22 


Lewiston. 


Welch, AVilliam A. 


27 Casco. 


AVood, George 11. 


21 


Hartford. 


Yeaton, William H. 


21 Farmington. 


AVithani, Philip 


40 


Lewiston. 


Young, Onslow W. 


21 Hebron. 




COMPANY "I," 


Ca^t. quimby. 




CAPTAIN. 


I 






■\Villiam M. Quimby. 


37 Portland. 


Franklin, John B. 


40 Dover, N. H. 


LIErTESANTS. 






Goodrich, Charles H. 


20 Westlirook. 


Nehemiab T. Furbish, 


25 


do 


Gove, Horace 


19: do 


Hebruu Mayhew, 


21 


\Vestbrook. 


Gill, Leonard F. 


30 Portland. 


SERGEANTS. 






Greely, John W. 


24 \Vestbrook. 


John T. iSimpson, 


28 


Portland. 


Graham Charles C. 


2i: do 


Thomas S. Hutchins, 


28 


Winthrop. 


Houston, John S. 


27 do 


■\Villiam Wade, 


29 


Westbrook. 


Houston, Ithamor 


20 do 


Frank C. Sweetsir, 


21 


do 


Hodsdon, Charles A. 


20 do 


CORPORALS. 






Haskell, Foster M. 


19 do 


Isaiah Kandall, 


37 


do 


Hocket, Asa 


IS HoHis. 


Charles H. Foye, 


28 


Westbrook. 


Hicks, Benjamin F. 


21 Lewiston. 


Charles H. Gore, 


30 


do i 


Jewett, William W. 


20- Westbrook. 


Enoch 'Wescott, 


22 


do 1 


Libby, Alonzo 


20 4o 


.MUSICIANS. 




! 


Lewis, George P. 


20 do 


AYilliam Allen, 


27 


do 


Leighton, David H. 


34:Portland. 


Amos H. Hanson, 


23 


Windham. 


Mariner, Thomas B. 


33 Westbrook. 


PRIVATES.]; 






Mulvey, John 


20 ' do 


Adams, Irving H. 


19 


Westbrook. 


Murphy, William H. 


22 Portland. 


Atwood, Hezekiah 


38 


Portland. 


I'ennell, George A. 


28:Weslbrook, 


Eacon, George Wm. 


-.3 


Calais. 


Pennell, John W. 


19 do 


Barber, Lorenzo 


21 


Westbrook. 


Quimby, William A. 


19 do 


Bolton, William, 


21 


do 


Ripley, N;ithaniel D. 


21 Portland. 


Babb, Henry S. 


25 


do 


Richardson, Albert B. 


22, do 


Bakeman, John C. 


30 


Portland. 


Roberts, Charles H. 


18 Falmouth. 


Boston, Nathan P. 


20 


Bridgton. 


Stanford, James W. 


19 Westbrook. 


Cooley, John F. L. 


18 


Standish. 


Stanford, Charles 1. 


2l!Portland. 


Clapp, James M. 


23 


Portland. 


Stinson, Warren B. 


25 Albion. 


Chaplin, Augustine 


33 


Naples. 


Sawyer, Albion 


31 Portland. 


Calkins, Frank A. 


21 


Portlands 


Strout, George A. 


21,Raymoud. 


Clusky, Peter 


37 


do 


Towle, Ared P. 


22 Westbrook. 


Deland, Dariiel jr. 


19 


do 


Totman, William H. 


27|Richmond. 


Dunn, Charles T. 


24 


do 


Thompson, James M. 


18 Gray. 


Davis, Alonzo A. 


19 


do 


Terhune, Stephen 


27Portland. 


Elwell, Hezekiah 


19 


Westbrook. 


Varnoy, Mark S. 


18 Windham. 


Fellows, .James L. 


21 


do 


Welch, William 


21 Portland. 


Fogg, Albert R. 


27 


do 


Welch, Albion F. 


23*Westbrook. 


Foster, Samuel II. 


IS 


Portland. 


Welch, Robert B. 


19, do 


Fitch, Edwin 


•a 


Bridgton. 


Whidden, George A. 


20i do 




C( 


)MPANY " K, 


» Capt. OSGOOD. 




CAPTAIN. 






Asa J. Cole, 


27Lewiston. 


Silas B. Osgood, 




Lewiston. 


J. R. Merrill, 


27l do 


LIEUTENANTS. 






MUSICIANS. 


1 


Elijah D Johnson, 


28 


do 


John C. Lovejoy, 


22 North Anson, 


George II. Nye, 


33 


do 


Albert E. Hanson, 


18 Lewiston. 


SERGEANTS. 






PUITAEES. 




John B. Cook, 


23 


do 


Ashtou, Henry 


22 do 


Benjamin A. Howard, 


21 


do 


Adams, Frank C. 


19 do 


Edwin Roberts, 


29 


do 


Bubier, Andrew 


22 Webster, 


Richard W. Stewart, 


27 


do 


Braley, James R. 


22 Lewiston, 


CORPORALS. 






Brown, Ivory 


36, do 


Ethelbert C. Caswell, 


25 


do 


Bickford, George W. 


191 do 


James Laydon, 


23 


do 


Bolan, /Mbert L. 


19 do 



APPENDIX D. 
COMPANY "K," (Continued.) 



59 



Names. 



Baker, Frederic N. 
Brown, Ellsworth A. 
Bond, Uoughtun, 
Bicknell, Fayette . 
Churchill, Algernon H. 
Cordweli, Hiraui 
Chapman, Elma 
Carvill, Jordan G. 
Dyer, William H. 
Denner, William AV. 
Donnell, Samuel 
Eaton, Benjamin A. 
Edgerly, George W. 
Ford, James B. 
Forsyth, Nelson S. 
Goss, Joseph F. 
Goss, Almond L. 
Guiney, James 
Hammonil, Ambrose E. 
Hedon, James 
Jumper, George 
Jackson, Charles P. 
Jumper, Charles H. 
Jepson, Leonard 
Kingsley, Albert E. 
Lane, Augustine K. 
Moore, William H. 
Myriok, Frederic S. 



Lewiston. 

do 

do 

24|Oxford. 
'23lCridgton. 
'29|Lewiston. 
24jPoland. . 
23|Lewiston. 
18 Farmington. 
23|Oxford. 
2l!Bath. 
31;Greene 
24 Parsonsfield. 
27 Lewiston. 
!2l|Wilton. 
|25|Lewiston. 
22 Danville. 

18 Lewiston. 
18i do 

125' do 

19 N. Gloucester, 
123 Paris. 

^4 Lewiston. 
'•39' do 
'21! do 
!2C' do 
24 Gorrinna. 
21 Lewiston. 



McCarthy, Richard 
Mayberry, George II. 
Nash, Jonathan 
Osgood, James E. 
Onias, James 
Pratt, Francis H. 
Patter.son, Samuel 
Pettingill, Manassah 
Rockwood, James M. 
Robinson, James D. 
Ring, Mellon 
Stockbrilge, Cornelius D, 
Stone, Levi 
Smith, Charles W. 
Stearns, Gratus B. 
Sawyer, Llewellyn 
Smith, .James 
Tarr, Philip H. 
Taylor, Charles E. 
Thompson, Charles S. 
Tarr, James E. 
Veile, Reuben 
Webber. Elias S. 
Watson, Moody 
Witherell, John P. 
Woodcock, Melvin 
Welch, Michael 
Willard, John A. 



-B Residence. 

19 Auburn. 
19 Scion. 
23 Auburn. 

22 Lewiston. 
27 do 

23 Hebron. 
20jSalem. 
29iLewiston. 

24 Belgrade. 
23|st. John. 
19, Gardiner. 
27!Disfield. 
21jCornish. 
21 Lewiston. 
22!Weld. 
IS Lewiston. 



do 
do 
do 
Burnham. 
Lewiston. 
do 
do 
Hartland. 
25jMonmouth. 
34 Lewiston. 
26| do 
I9I do 



The following names are on Pay Roll as having received Pay and Bounty, but do 
not appear upon copies of U. S. Muster Rolls, furnished from War Department, as 
having been mustered in U. S. Service: 



Serg't, 
Private, 



lleury A Gray, 
John Downing, 
George A. Green, 
Lewis B. Pearson, 
Edward S. Soule, 



Co. B. 

Co. C. 

Co. D, 

Co. D. 

Co. D. 



Private, Washington Babson, Co. D. 

" John Atchison, Co. D. 

" Appleton U. Floyd, Co. E. 

Musician, John F. Webb, Co. G. 

Private, Otho W. Burnham, Co. G. 



APPENDIX D. 

SECOND EEGIMENT. 



61 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers of Second Regiment Infantry, 
Maine Volunteers, showing changes which have talien place hy promotion, 
resignation, or otherwise. 



Names. 



Bank. 



Resi- 
dence. 



Date of Rank 
or Appointment 



Remarks. 



Charles D Jameson, 
Charles W. Roberts, . 
George Varney, 
John E. Reynolds, 
Charles V. Lord, 
W. H. Allen, 
Augustus C. Ilamlin, 
John F. Mines, 
Luther A. Pierce, 

Edward L. Appleton, 
Alden L. Palmer, 



Colonel, 
Lieut. Colonel, 
I Major, 
Adjutant, 
Quartermaster, 
Surgeon, 
lAss't Surgeon, 
Chaplain, 
jQr. Mr. Serg't, 

iSerg't Major, 
JHosp. Steward. 



Bangor. 

Bangor. 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Orono, 

Bangor, 

Bath, 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 
Orono, 



May 2, 1861, 

May 2, 1861, 

May 2, 1861, 

May 2, 1861, 

May 2, 1861, 

May 2, 1861, 

May 2, 1861, 

May 4, 1861, 



Prom, to Brig. Gen. 
Prom, to Col. 
Prom, to Lt. Col. 

Resigned. 
Resigned. 

Pris. Richmond, Va. 
Prom, to Brig. Q. M. 
Gen Jameson's Brig. 
App. Lt. in Keg. Ar. 
Disch'd, Disability. 



* Released. 



Return of Regimental Band, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, stationed 
at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, 
together with a complete record of the changes that have taken place in the Band 
since it entered the service of the United States, on the 30th day of August, 1861. 

AM ERIC US D. HARLOW, Leader. 



Name 3. 


Residence. 


Mustered into 
U. S. Service. 


Remarks. 


LEADER. 








Harlow, Americas D. 


Bangor, 


Aug. 30, 1801, 




MUSICIANS. 








Holt, George 


do 


do 




Peaks, Willard B. 


do 


do 




Seavey, William D. 


do 


do 




Frost, Charles A. 


do 


do 




Morris, Albion 


Leeds, 


do 




Smith, Charles F. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


do 




Merrill, Rufus 


Bangor, 


do 




Bowker, Anson W 


Woodstock, 


do 




Colburn, Moses A. 


Orono, 


do 




Burnham, John T. 


Oldtown, 


do 




Chapman, Emerson 


Bangor, 


do 




White, Amasa W. . 


do 


do 




Darling, George G. 


do 


do 




Foster, John F. 


do 


do 




Colby, Henry M. 


Rumford, 


do 




Knapp, David S. 


Paris, 


do 


Disch'g, Sept. 10, Disability. 


Babcock, James F. 


Bangor, 


do 




Woods, Horace F. 


Hallowell, 


do 




Abbott, Hiram F. 


Rumford, 


do 




Crowell, Horton B. 


Bangor, 


do 




Goodale, Edwin W. 


do 


Oct. 25, 1861, 




Wright, James 


Rockland, 


do 




Smith, Elisha M. 


Bangor, 


do 




Andrews, Ezekiel 


do 


do 




Scammon, E. K. 


Saco, 


do 




Crowell, Charles 


Bangor, 


do 




Gillis, William N. 


do 


Aug. 30, 1861. 


Disch'g, Nov. 11, Disability. 



62 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT, 



Return of Capt. Hermon Bartlett, Company A, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Vcl- 
December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
day of May, 1861. FRANK S. TRICKEY, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMSnSSIONED OFFICERS. 

iJHermon Bartlett, 
2JRinaldo B. Wiggin, 
3 James Dean, 

SERGEANTS. 

I'john Q. A. Lancey, 
2lCharles F. Hall, 
sICharles W. B. Miller, 
William J. Dean. 

CORPORALS. 

1 Hartsorn P. Crowell, 

2 John C. Harmon, 

3 Samuel B. Hinckley, 

4 Warren H. Orcutt, 

PRIVATES. 

Ash, Ananias 
2'Anderson, James E. 
3'Bacon, James II. 
4I Bacon, William F. 
5;Benson, Stephen D 
eJBlagden, John C. 
vlBenson, Nathan 
s' Baker, Edward E. 
9jBlack, JohnF. 

10 Brock, Greenlief C. 

11 Butterfieia, Freeman H. 

12 Boynton, John D. 
ISiBrown, Horace 
liJBlodgett, Edwin R. 
15'Chamberlain, Edwin R. 
lejChamberlain Joseph W. 
ITlCobb, Charles B. 

18 Condon, Norris D. 
iglCopland, Edwin C. 
2o'Copland, Edward W. 
2l'Cushman, Winslow 
2'2lDay, Hermon K. 
23,Doble, Elbridgo, 
24iDoe, Nehemiah P. 
25|L)orr, Abraham G. 
26lDuckworth, William 
27'Fowler, Stephen B. 
28|Fowler, William B. 
29j Godfrey, Alvah II. 
30, Gould, Harrison F. 
3l!Grant, Alvin W. 
32 Grant, iJeorge W. 
33! Hall, Seth H. 

34 Haines, William H. 

35 .Tones, Atwood P. 
36Jvelley, James W. 
STlKennard, Henry F. 
38'Kent, Edward D. 
39;Kimb!ill, Paschal P. 
40|Leavitt, Dudley H. jr. 
41iLibby, Nelson F. 
42!Lovejoy, Charles L. 
43 Mann, James K. 
44|Nagb, Samael 



Residence. 



Bangor, 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



Married 

or 
Single. 



Muster'd 

into 
U. S. Ser. 



40 do 
28 Lewiston, 
22 Bangor, 
21jChester. 

SGiRangor, 
2'J| do 
21 Orono, 
19 do 
18|Bangor, 
21jBucksport, 
24 Bangor, 
22{ do 
21jDedham, 
20, Bangor, 
2l:Milford, 
24| Bangor, 
23iHampden, 
21 Bangor, 

do 

do 

do 



24 



Dixmont, 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



Dexter, 

do 
Dixmont, 

33|Bangor, 

22|N. Dixmont, 

IS Orono, 

2.V Bangor, 

20' do 

20^ Hampden, 

1S| do 

21iOrrington, 

23 Bangor, 

22'Hermon, 

30|Hampden5 

2rBangor, 

21iBucksporfe, 

21' Carroll, 

21! Exeter, 

27'llarapden, 

2l!Orrington, 

19 Hermon, 

19 1 Plymouth, 

21 ! Bangor, 

21| do 

23 Hudson, 

23!Passadumk'g 



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 
Married. 
Single. 

do 

do 
Married. 
Single, 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 
Married, 
Single. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 
do 

do 
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 
do 
do 



July 21, 



Hall's Hill, 
do 
do 



Annapolis, 



APPENDIX D. gg 

unteers, stationed at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
J(ace in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 28th 

R. B. WIGGIN, Captain. 



Prisoners. Deceased 
d Whentk'n. When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Remarks. 



June 21, 



Aug. T, 'Resigned, 

Promoted to Captain, August 30. 
Recruiting in Maine. 

July 11, Disability, 



Aug. 9, 



Disability, 



Transferrred to Regimental Land. 
Promoted to Lieutenant, August 0th. 
2d Lieutenant on General Martindale's Staff. 
Recruiting in Maine. 



Nov. ll,lDisability, 



Ambulance Driver. 



July 27, 



Oct. 12, 



Sept. 9, Disability. 



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

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

'Ambulance Driver. 
July 11, Disability. 



June 12, Dis;ibility. 
July 1, Disability. 



June 24,'Disabilitj 



A good and brave boy. 



June 12,' Disability. 

Commissary Fergeant. 



64 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 





Return of Company A, Second Regiment, 


[ Continued 


•) 


d 

{2i 


Names. 


to 

< 

21 


Residence. 


Married Muster'd 

or into 
Single. U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


•- 

Killed. 
When. 


45 Philbrook, Francis J. 


Bangor, 


Single, 


May 28. 




46 Pitcher, Horatio 


22 do 


do 


do 






47 Pluinmer, Charles H. 


21 China, 


do 


do 






48 Pollard, David 0. . 


2" Bangor, 


do 


do 


Hall's Hill, 




49 Reed, John F. 


22 Hermon, 


do 


do 






50 Richardson, Wm., jr. 


30 Milford, 


Married. 


do 






51 Rogers, James H. 


20 OrringtOD, 


Single. 


do 






52, Rogers, Joseph S. 


18 do 


do 


do 






53 Sanborn, Isaac, Jr. 


IS Orono, 


do 


do 






54 Sanborn, Joseph W. 


20 do 


do 


do 






55 Sawtelle, Adelbert 11. 


20 Garland, 


do 


do 


Hall's Hill, 




56Storer, William W. 


2S Carmel, 


do 


do 






57.Tibbetts, Gordon. 


21 Newburg, 


do 


do 






58 


Trickey, Francis 


24 Bangor, 


do 


do 






59 


Warren, Rodney M. 


241 do 


do 


do 






60 


Waterbouse, Wm. D. 


19! do 


do 


do 






61 


Wheeler, Henry W. 


19 do 


do 


do 






62 


Whitcomb, Albion H. 


23 do 


do 


do 






63 


Wiggin, Albert 


30, do 


do 


do 






64 


Wiggin, Nathan B., jr. 


25' do 


Married. 


dD 




- 


65 


Ausiin, Samuel 


35 Portland, 


Single. 


.July 16, 






66 


Came}', 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 


Harvey, Willis P. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 4, 






71 


Thorns, Charles 


21 


do 


do 


do 13, 






72 


Wentworth, Ezekiel F. 


24 


do 


do 


do 4, 






73 


Wymau, George M. 


25 


Augusta, 


do 


do 9, 






74 


Leavitt, John E. 


18 


Bath, 


do 


do 4, 






75 


Hickey, James 


24!Portland, 


do 


do 12, 






76 


Kerr, Thomas 


30 


Houlton, 


do 


June 9, 






77 


Delmage, John J. 


25 


Augusta, 


do 


July 11, 






78 


Holt, George E. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


May 28, 






79 


.\IansilI, Samuel 


24 


do 


do 


July 4, 






SO 


Graves, Ormond F. 


23 


do 


do 


July 4, 




* 



APPENDIX D. g5 

Return of Company A, Second Regiment, {Continued.) 



6 


Prisoners. 
When tk'n. 


Deceasei 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Piemarks. 


45 












46 








Quartermaster Sergeant, Nov. 


1. 


47 












48 












49 


July 21, 




Confined in Richmond. 




50 












51 












52 












53 












54 












53 












66 












57 












58 








Orderly Sergeant, Sept. 23. 




59 








Ambulance driver. 




60 












61 












62 












63 






Promoted to Corporal. 




64 






June l2,iDisability. 




65 






1 " 




66 












67 








Ward Master in Hospital. 




68 






July 16, 


Hospital Steward. 




69 












70 












71 
72 






Sept. 13, 


Disability. 




73 

74 






Sept. 13, 


Disability. 




75 










76 










77 












78 






Oct. 1, 


Transferre(J from Co. H. 




79 








Detached, Teamster. 




80 








Detached, Teamster. 





66 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Recafitutation of Company A, Second Regiment Injaniry, Maine Volunteers. 




Condensed Morning Report, Dec. \st, 1861. 















PRESENT. 
















ABSENT. 












ON 














ON 




FOr DUTY. 


SICK. 


SPECIAI, 


IN ARREST 






SICK. 


SPECIAL 










DUTY. 














SERVICE. 












































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Present 


Organization of the Company. 




o 


Names. 


6 
33 


Rank.* 


1 
Residence. 


Date of Bank or 
Appointment, 


Remarks. 


1 


Rinaldo B. Wiggin, 


Captain^ 


Bangor, 


August 30, 




1 


James Dean, 


2'J 


1st. Lieut., 


1 do 


do 




2 


Samuel B. Hinckley, 


22 


2d. Lieut., 


do 






1 


Frank S. Trickey, 


24 


1st. Serg't, 


do 






i 


John C. Harmon, 


28 


Serg't, 


Lewiston, 






3 


Warren H. Orcutt, 


21 


Serg't, 


Chester, 






4 


Charles L. Lovejoy, 


21 


Serg't, 


Bangor^ 






1 


Albert ^V'iggin, 




Corporal, 


1 do 






2 


Charles B. Cobb, 




Corporal, 


1 do 






3 


Nelson F. Libby, 




Corporal, 


i do 






4 


Joseph W. Chamberlain, 




Corporal, 


I do 







68 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Seth K. Devereux, Company B, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine 
December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of. the changes that have taken 
eighth day of May, 1861. JAMES C. COLLINS, Orderly Sergeant. 



6 

i2J 


Names. 


d 


Residence, 


Married 
or 


Muster' d 
into 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 




to 




Single. 


U. S. Ser. 


When. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 












1 


Seth K. Devereux, 


40'Castine, 


Married, 








2 


Charles AV. Tilden, 


29 


do 


do 


May 28, 






3 


David D. Wardwell, 

SERGEANTS. 


36 


do 


do 


do 






1 


James C. Collins, 


34 


do 


Single, 


do 






2 


Elisha S. Perkins, 


21 


do 


do 


do 






3 


George I. Brown, 


24 


do 


Married, 


do 






4 


Joseph H. Sylvester, 

CORPORALS. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






1 


George E. Noyes, 


23 


do 


Single, 


do 






2 


Richard Tibbetts, 


28 


do 


Married, 


do 






3 


Simeon C. Murch, 


36 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Charles Bridges, 

MUSICIANS. 


23 


do 


Single, 


do 






1 


Edward A. Lawrence, 

PRIVATES. 


38 


do 


Married, 


do 






1 


Ames, Alvin G. 


19 


do 


Single, 


*^ 






2 


Ames, Rufus C. 


22 


do 


do 


Tlo 






3 


Atherton, Alonzo P. 


25 


Sedgwick, 


do 


do 






4 


Billings, David F. 


26 


Brooksville, 


Married, 


do 






5 


Bowden, Sewall P. 


24 


Castine, 


Single. 


do 




July 21, 


6 


Brewster, Lewis 


43 


do 


Married, 


do 






7 


Brown, Wesley A. 


22 


Islesboro, 


do 


do 






8 


Collin?, George E. 


22 


Casiine, 


Single, 


do 






9 


Crawford, George B. 


18 


Alton, 


do 


do 






10 


Crockett, Albert 


23 


Stockton, 


do 


do 






11 


Davis, Samuel W. 


24 


Orono, 


do 


do 


In Camp Hos. 




12 


Dealing, John A. 


20 


Bangor, 


do 


do 




July 21, 


13 


Devereux, Warren J. 


19 


Penobscot, 


do 


do 






14 


Dickey, AdelbertH. 


24 


Stockton, 


do 


do 


In Camp. 




15 


Ellis, Crawford S. 


31 


do 


do 


do 


do. 




16 


Ellis, William F. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






IT 


Friend, Robert A. 


25 


Brooklin, 


do 


do 






18 


Gardner, Charles A., Jr. 


24 


So. Danvers, 


do 


do 






19 


Griffin, Frederick 


19 


Stockton, 


do 


do 






20 


Gardner, William N. 


18 


Castine, 


do 


do 






21 


Griffin, Warren F. 


24 


Stockton, 


do 


do 






22 


(irindle, Augustus P. 


21 


Penobscot, 


do 


do 


In Camp. 




23 


Grindle, Bentley 


31 


Brooksville, 


Married, 


do 






24Grindle, Hiram L. 


20 


Penobscot, 


single. 


do 






25 Grindle, John N. 


37 


Brewer, 


Married, 


do 






2C 


Hackett, Joseph, 


22 


Castine, 


do 


do 






27 


Hall, George C. 


27 


Brooklin, 


Single, 


do 






28 Haskell, Winthrop B. 


34 


Deer Isle, 


Married, 


do 






29 Hooper, Charles H. 


20 


Castine, 


single, 


do 






30 Hutbhins, Reuben 


22 


Penobscot, 


do 


do 






31 Ingalls, George K. 


20 


Orringtou, 


do 


do 






32 King, Jabez W. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






33 Lewis, John 


30 


Castine, 


Married, 


do 






34 Myrick, Alonzo K. 


24 


Sedgwick, 


Single, 


do 






35 Moores, Alonzo D. 


39 


Castine, 


Married, 


do 






36'Morris, Charles S. 


22 


do 


Single, 


do 






37,Mudgett, Lewis P. 


25 


Stockton, 


do 


do 






38 Mudgett, William S. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






39 Noycs, Nelson P. 


25 


Castine, 


Married, 


do 






40 0dlin, Hiram B., Jr. 


18 


Bangor, 


Single, 


do 






41 Patterson, Augustus 


20 


Stockton, 


do 


do 






42 


Peaslie, Robert C. 


33 


Pittsfiold 


Married, 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



69 



Volunteers, stationed at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the twenty- 

C. W. TILDEN, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When tk'n, 



Deceased 
When. 



Disch'd. 
AVhen. 



Remarks. 



1 

2 
.3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
2(J 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 

36 July 21, 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



•July 21, 



July 21, 



July 21, 



May 27, Resigned. Not present when Go. was mustered in. 

Promiited to Captain June 18. 
Aug. G, Disability, Wounded in knee at Bull Piun. 



June 13, 



Disability. 

.\ppuinted 2d Lieutenant June 18. 



Promoted 3d Sergeant June 18. 

Promoted 5th Sergeant November 1. 
Promoted 2d Sergeant September 9. 



July 14, 

Nov. 11, 

Sept. 20, 
Oct. 2 



Disability. 

Promoted Corporal November 1. 

Disability. 

At Richmond, Va. 



Disability. 

Absent without leave. 

Disability. 

At Richmond, Va. 



Nov. 14, 



July 14, 

June 13, 
Oct. 24, 



At Richmond, Va. 

Scalp wound, Wounded at Bull Run July 21. 



At Richmond, Va. 

Made 2d Sergeant. Appointed 1st Lieut. September 9. 
Disability. 

Disability. 
Disability. 



fjQ ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Return of Company B, Second Regiment, {Continued.) 



6 


Names. 


o 

< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muster d 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


Sick. Killed. 
"Where. AVhen. 


43 Pert, "William G. 


29 


Sedgwick, 


Married, 


M?y 28, 






44|Perkin=, Charles M. 


19 


Castine, 


Single, 


■do 






45 Perkins, Eben F. 


18 


Brooksville, 


do 


do 




July 21, 


46'Perkins, Franeis L. 


19 


Castine, 


do 


do 






47iPerkins, John D. 


20 


Brooksville, 


do 


do 






48 Perkins, John S. 


25 


Castine, 


do 


do 






4y Kichardson, Drummond 


21 


Eddington, 


do 


do 


In camp. 




50JRogers, William H. 


21 


Stockton, 


do 


do 






5l|>aunders, Alvin B. F. 


21 


Deer Isle, 


Married, 


do 






52|Shepard, Isaac G. 


20 


Castine, 


Single, 


do 






53 Smith, AVilliam M. 


24 


Brooksville, 


do 


do 


' 




54 Straw, Gorge "W. 


21 


Castine, 


do 


do 






55 Straw, William C. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






5G 


Taylor, John 


23 


do 


Married, 


do 






57 


Thomas, Joel L. 


21 


Stockton, 


Single, 


do 






5STibbetts, John H. 


28 


So. Danvers, 


Married, 


da 






59 Veazie, Charles W. 


')2 


Castine, 


do 


do 






60 


Veazie, John R. 


21 


do 


Single, 


do 






01 


Veazie, Moses 


19 


do 


do 


do 






62 


Verplast, Stillman "W. 


19 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






C3 


Webber, David B. 


30 


Brooksville, 


Married, 


do 






04 


Westcott, Augustus R. 


21 


Castine, 


Single, 


do 






C5 


Whitcomb, Horace V. 

KECRTTITS. 


22 


Etna 


do 


do. 


, 




66 


Breen, John H. 


11 


Augusta, 


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, 








TODamreli, John 


39 


Portland, 


Maj;ried, 


do 






TljGriffin, William 


22 


Stockton, 


Single, 


Oct. 25, 






72 Gilman, Charles A. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






73 Griffin, Be.ijamin F. 


IS 


do 


do 


do 






74 


Grindle, Joseph 


42 


Castine, 


Married, 


do 






75 


Grindle, Edwin J. 


25 


Penobscot, 


Single, 


do 






7C 


Grindle, Frank L. 


25 


Brooksville, 


do 


do 






77 


Hawes, Zebedee T. 


25 


Bangor, 


do 








78 


Hersum, William H. 


18 


Augusta, 


do 


Aug. 31, 


In camp. 




79 


Harriman, Hiram C. 


IS 


Stockton, 


do 


Oct. 25, 






80 


Luce, Cornelius E. 


40 


Fairfield, 


Married, 








81 


Murph}-, Thomas 


21 


Augusta, 


Single, 


Aug. 31, 






82 


Murtaugh, Peter 


24 


Medw;iy, 


do 


do 






83 


Marden, Jason W. 


41 


Stockton, 


Married, 


Oct. 25, 






84 


Miller, George 


20 


Bangor, 


Single, 








85 


Marden, Ezra B. 


20 


Stockton, 


do 


Oct. 25, 






8C 


O'Neil, Andrew 


28 Portland, 


do 


Aug. 31, 






87 


Randall, Henry N. 


22 Stockton 


do 


Oct. 25, 






8S 


Smellage, Augustus 


25 Portland, 


do 


Aug. 31, 






89 


Webber, Orville D. 


23 Castine, 


do 


Oct. 25, 






90 


Young, Michael 


30jSabattisville, 


do 


Aug. 31, 






91 


Philbrook, James A. 


22 


Stockton, 


do 


Oot. 25, 







APPENDIX D. 



71 





Return of Company 


B, Second Eegiment, {Continued.) 




Prisoners. 


Deceased Disch'd. 


Hemarks. 


d 


When tk'n. 


When. 


When. 


' 


43 








Deserted, Sept. 1. 


44 






Oct. 2, Disability. 


45 








46 






Oct. 14, Disability. 


47 


July 21, 






At Pachmond, Ya. 


48 










49 










50 










51 






( 




52 










53 










54 










55 








Promoted to Corporal Sept. 9. 


56 










57 










58 








Promoted to Corporal, June 18. 


59 










60 










61 










62 


I 




Oct. 5. 


Disability. 


63 










64 










65 


— 




• 




66 










67 






Oct. 2, 


Inability to perform the duties of a soldier. 


68 






Oct. 20, 


Disability. 


69 










70 
71 

T9 






Nov. 11, 


Disability. 


i L 

73 
74 










75 










76 










77 










78 
79 
80 








Detached as wagoner. 










81 






■Detached as wagoner. 


82 










83 










84 










85 










86 










87 










88 






Deserted, Sept. 22. 


89 










90 








Deserted, Oct. 8. 


91 











72 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Recapitulation of Company B, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





ft 

Si 

a 


.a" 




Prisoners. 
Deceased. 


a 
.a 

ft 


ri 

o 

o 

o 


-73 

<o 

fi 

a 


3 

o 


Commissioned OflScers, 
Non-Com. Officers, 
Musicians & Wagoner, 
Privates, 


1 

7 
1 

5G 


5 


3 


5 


2 

1 

15 


3 




3 

8 
1 

88 


Total, 


C5 


6 


3 


1 

1 


18 1 3 j i 100 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 18G1. 



FIT For 

DtfTY. 



f^\^\< 



914456 



ON 

SPECIAL. 

DUTY. 



IN AEEEST 



a p 






6 6' 






SPECIAL 
SERVICE. 



'2 a 



6 ilz; 



3j74 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



1 Charles W. Tildcn, 
2i William S. Mudgett, 
3 George 1. Brown, 

1 James C. Collins, 

2 Charles Bridges, 

3 George E. Noyes, 
d'joseph H. Sylvester, 



Simeon C. Rlurch, 
John II. Tibbetts, 
Richard Tibbetts, 
William C. Straw, 
Wesley A. Brown, 



Rank. 



29 Captain, 
23 1st Lieut. 
24!2d Lieut. 
34 1st Serg't, 
23, 2d Serg't, 
23 3d Serg't, 
23 '4th Serg't, 
36 5th Serg't, 
28|Corporal, 
28 Corfioral, 
24, Corporal, 
22lCorporal, 



Residence. 



Date of Rank orj 
Appointment. 



Remarks. 



Castine, 

Stockton, 

Castine, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
S. Danvers, 
Castine, 

do 
Islesboro', 



June 18, 
Sept. 9, 
June 18, 
April 25, 

Sept. 9, 
June 18, 
April 25, 

I Nov. 1, 
June 18, 
I April 25, 
iSe|.t. 9, 
!Nov. 1, 



74 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Captain Elisha K. Jones, Company C, Second Regiiaent Infantry, Maine Vol- 
December 1st, 18C1, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
of May, 1861. ' JAMES M. SIMPSON, Orderly Sergeant. 











Married 


Muster'd gj^,^ 


Killed 


. 


Names. 


to 


Residence. 


or 


,, L° ? Where. 


When 


'^i 




<. 




Single. 


U. S Ser. 






COMMJSSIONED OFFICEKS. 












1 


Elisha N. Jones, 


39 


Orrington, 


Married, 


May 28, 




2 


John K. Skinner, 


34 


Brewer, 


do 


do 1 




3 


Eliphalet S. Morrill, 

SERGEANTS. 


41 


do 


do 


do 






1 


William R. Currier, 


24 


do 


■Jingle, 


do 






2 


Francis P. Hall, 


34 


do 


Married, 


do 






3 


James Nicholson, 


34 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Lincoln Given, 

CORPORALS. 


33 


do 


do 


do 






1 


James M. Simpson, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






'> 


Cyrus Swett, 


22 


do 


Single, 


do 






3 


Edwin Currier, 


26 


do • 


Married, 


do 


Brewer, 




4 


Charles W. Merrill, 

MUSICIANS. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






1 


David Brock, 


45 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






2 


Joseph C. Davis, 

rRIYATKS. 


29 


Eddiogton, 


do 


do 






1 


Brown, Charles 


25 


Brewei-, 


Single,. 


do 






2 


Bradley, Edwin 


28 


do 


do 


do 




July 21, 


3 


Blaisdell, Jeremiah 


19 


Carmel, 


do 


do 






4 


Barker, Henry L. 


20 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






5 


Benner, Lorenzo D. 


18 


Palermo, 


do 


do 






G 


Brown, William B. 


24 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






7 


Bierce, Francis A. 


20 


Orrington, 


do 


do 






8 


Burgess, Tollman T. 


28 


Belfast, 


Married, 


do 




July 21, 


9 


Cushing, George J. 


20 


Brewer, 


Single, 


do In quarters. 




10 


Cushing, Franklin 


18 


do 


do 


do ; 




11 


Crockett, Hannibal H. 


24 


Hermon, 


Married, 


do 1 




12 


Chase, Benjamin 


32 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






13 


Coombs, James S. 


20 


Islesboro', 


Single, 


do 






14 


Davis, James N. Jr. 


18 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






15 


Erskiue, Arnold B. 


21 


Bristol, 


do 


do 






IC 


Foster, George W. 


20 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






17 


Fitzgerald, Charles 


19 


do 


do 


do 






IS 


Folger, Joseph W. 


30 


do 


do 


do 






Vj 


Gould, James 


21 


Troy, 


Married, 


do 






20 


Goodwin, William S. 


22 


Brewer, 


Single. 


do 






21 


Genthuer, Thomas 


21 


Parkman, 


do 


do 






22 


Gregg, Albert A. 


21 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






23 


Ilobbs, Jeremiah 


29 


do 


Married, 


do 






24 


Hanscom, Edward P. 


31 


China, 


do 


do - 






2.') 


Harlow, Washington I. 


19 


Brewer, 


Single,- 


do 




July 21, 


2G 


Herd, Edward S. 


24 


Waldoboro', 


do 


do 






27 


Harlow, Henry A. 


23 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






2S 


Ilunnewell, Sheperd 


21 


Bangor, 


Married, 


do 






29 


Jones, Cyrus T. 


18 


CiU'iiiel, 


Single, 


do 




July 21, 


30 


Jones, Charles E. 


20 


Orrington, 


do 


■do 




July 21, 


31 


•Johnson, Jesse B. 


44 


Oldtown, 


Married, 


do i 




32 


Kellan, John W. 


42 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






33 


Knowles, Albion K. P. 


33 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






34 


Leach, Henry J. 


27 


Brewer, 


Single, 


do 






35 


Lancaster, Levi B. 


29 


Eddington, 


Married, 


do 




July 21, 


3(> 


McPherson, Henry 


33 


Levant, 


Single, 


do 






37 


Manter, Gould 


21 


Parkman, 


do 


do 






38 


Mayo, Oirin 


21 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






3<J 


McKeen, James 


34 


Eddington, 


Married, 


do 






40 


.VIcKeen Phinson R. 


18 


dj 


Single, 


do 






41 


Nickerson, Augustu^J. 


24 


Brewer, 


Married, 


do 







APPENDIX D, 



75 



anteers, stationed at Ilall'a Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 28th day 

ELIPHALET S. MORRILL, Captain. 



Prisoners. 

When tk'n. 



•July 21, 
do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



Deceased 
When. 



July 



June 3, 



Sept. 6, 



Disch'd, 
When. 



Aug. 9, 



Sept. 14, 
Aug. 9, 



Remarks. 



Died at Richmond, Va. 
At Richmond, Va. 
Promoted Captain, Aug. 30. 

Promoted, 1st Lieutenant, Aug. 30. 
Promoted, 2d Lieutenant, Aug. 30. 
Heart disease. 
Reduced to ranks, Aug. 8, for disability. 

Promoted, 1st Sergeant, Aug. 30. 
Promoted, 2d Sergeant, Aug. 30. 
Wounded at Bull "Kun. 
Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment, 

Disability. 
Disability. 



On detached service in Union Hospital, Georgetown. 



Sept. 14, 



Sept. 14, 
Aug. 9 



General debility. 

Promoted, Corporal Color Guard, 

Wounded. 
Disability. 



Sept. 14, 
Aug, 9, 



Disability. 

At Richmond, Va. 



Disability. 
Disability. 



Promoted from ranks to 4th Gorporai 



76 ADJUTA^'QE*i«^AL'3 REPORT. 

Return of Company If, Second Regiment, {Continued.) 



6 


Names. 


<; 

29 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muster'd 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


Sick. 
■\There. 


Killed. 
When. 


I^ 


Nickerson, Charles F. 


Brewer, 


Single, 


May 28, 




43 


Nickerson, Melvin P. 


22 


do 


do 


do 




44 


Nickerson, Elijah 


44 


do 


Married, 


do 




45 


Nicholson, Asa 


27 


do 


do 


do 




4G 


Pierce, Joel C. 


21 


do 


Single, 


do 




47 


Bobbins, Wiiliam 11. 


23 


Parkman, 


do 


do 




48 


Rankins, Judson A. 


18 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






49 


Skillens, James R. 


21 


Bangor, 


Married, 


do 






50 


Spaulding, John F. 


38 


do 


Single, 


do 






51 


Sinclair, Charles H. 


28 


do 


Married, 


do 






52 


Sinclair, Samuel 


30 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






53 


Sawtelle, Leforest H, 


23 


do 


Single, 


do 






54 


Snow, Albert J. 


20 


do 


do 


do 


^ 




55 


Tarr. David D. 


23 


Carmel, 


do 


do 






56 


Wilkins, Francis M. 


23 


Cambridge, 


do 


do 






57 


Washburn, Charles 


30 


Brew6r, 


Married, 


do 






58 


Wadleigh, Wm. W. 


24 


do 


Single, 


do 






5 'J 


Washburn Cyrus 


26 


do 


do 


do 


• 




00 


Wilson, Wm. H. H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






61 


Walker, Wm. 

re'cetjits. 


35 


Levant, 


Married, 


do 






62 


Glover, Reuben K. 


18 


Bangor, 


Single, 


July 1, 






63 


Meleber, Samuel G. 














64 


Martin, George B. 


18 


Eddington, 


do 


do 1, 






65 


Crosby, Joel S. 


25 


Brighton, 


do 


do 3, 






60 


Keen, Levi W. 


21 


Augusta, 


do 


do 3, 






67 


Robinson, Zebulon, 


26 


Orono, 


do 


do '3, 






68 


Lovejoy, Ira 


27 


Augusta, 


do 


do 1, 






69 


Call, Benjamin F. 


2a 


Bangor, 


do 


Sept. 19, 






70 


Pinhorn, Vincent "W. 


25 


Orrington, 


do 


do 23, 






71 


Erskine, James II. 


34 


Eddington, 


Married, 


Oct. 2, 






72 


Philbrick, Joseph 


23 


Parkman, 


Single, 


do 7, 






73 


AVashburn, H. N. 


18 


Bangor, 


do 


Sept. 10, 






74 


Smith S. Frank 


18 


Brewer, 


do 


do 11, 






75 


Fickett, Ambrose W. 


18 


do 


do 


do 12, 






76 


Lowell, Samuel 


19 


Bucksport, 


do 


do 13, 






77 


Lombard, Joseph Jr. 


35 


Monson, 


Married, 


do 15, 






78 


Goodwin, Stinson C. 


21 


do 


Single, 


do 16, 


In quarters. 




79 


Lombard, Moses 


22 


Abbott, 


Mmi ried. 


do 19, 




80 


Babbitt, Frank 


18 


Guilford, 


Single, 


do 22, 




81 


Reynolds, Henry J. 


20 


Orrington, 


do 


do 14, 




82 


.Jones, Wm. H. 


20 


Augusta, 


do 


July 8, 




83 


TrasU, Alfred 


19 


do 


do 


do 1, 




84 


Gordon, Levi 


22 


Litchfield, 


do 


do 16, 




85 


Hunt, Simeon F. 


19 


Pittston, 


do 


do 10, 




86 


Griffin, Benjamin F. 


31 


Mt. Vernon, 




do 8, 







APPENDIX D. 
Return of Company B, Second Regiment, {Continued. 



77 





Prisoners. 


Deceased 


Disch'd 


Remarks. 




1 


When tk'n. 


When. 


When. 






42 


' 






Promoted from ranks to 2d Corporal. 




43 








Promoted from 1st Corporal to 3d Se 


•geant. 


y 






July 9, 


Disability. 




46 












47 












48 












49 






June 9, 


Disability. 




50 


July 21, 






At Richmond, Va. 




51 












52 












53 












54 












55 












56 










« 


57 












58 


do 


Aug. 5, 




Wounded at Bull Run. 




59 












60 












61 












62 












63 












64 












65 












66 








Deserted, July 21. 




67 






Dec. 5, 


Discharged by order, teamster. 




68 






Dec. 6, 


Discharged by order, teamster. 




69 












70 








t 




71 












72 












73 












74 












75 












76 












77 












78 












79 












SO 












81 












82 












83 












84 












85 












86 






Nov. 25, 


Disability. 





78 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Recapitulation of Company C, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





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1 




1 


1 










4 


Non-Com. Officers, 


6 


1 












1 


Musicians & Wagoner, 












2 






'-i 


Privates, 


49 


3 


6 


8 


4 


14 


1 


1 


86 


Total. 


56 


4 


7 


9 


4 


16 


1 


2 


99 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 





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SPECIAL 


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Present Organization of the Company. 




1 Eliphalet S. Morrill, 

2 Wm. R. Currier, 
3|Francis P. Hall, 



James M. Simpson. 
Cyrus Swett, 
Melvin P. Nickerson, 



] 

2 
3 

4 

1 

2 Charles F. Nickerson, 

SiEdwin Currier, 

4!Augustus J. Nickerson, 

SJJames S. Coombs, 



Rank. 



Residence. 



Captain, 
1st Lieut., 
34 2d Lieut., 

23jlstSerg't, 
22 2d Serg't, 
22 3d Serg't, 



29|2d Corporal, 
26J3d Corporal, 
24!4th Corporal, 
20i5th Corporal, 



jDate of Rank ori Remarks. 
Appointment. 



Brewer, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
Islesboro', 



August 30. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



August 8, 
April 27, 
August 8, 
October 30, 



80 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Lieutenant W. W. Sturtevant, Company D, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine 
December 1st, 18G1, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
May, 1861. J. H. KITTREDGE, Orderly Sergeant. 



c 


Names. 


6 

bo 

<5 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muster'd 

into 
U.S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
AVhen. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 














1 


John S. Sampsiin, 


41 


Milo, 


Married, 


May 28, 






2 


Walt,er W. Sturtevant, 


38 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Sumner 11. Kittredge, 

SERGEANTS. 


19 


do 


Single, 


do 






1 


Samuel V. Miliett, 


43 


do 


Married, 


do 






2 


Stephen D. Miliett, 


38 


do 


do 


do 






3 


James P. Kittredge, 


32 


do 


Single, 


do 






4 


John H. Kittredije, 

CORPORALS. 


29 


do 


Married, 


do 






1 


Richard A. Monroe, 


27 


do 


Sinsle, 


do 






2 


Lewis R. Haskell, 


25 


<lo 


do 


do 






3 


John R. Stanchfield, 


33 


do 


Married, 


do 






4 


Charles S. Leonard, 

MUSICIAN. 


19 


do 


Single, 


do 






1 


Edward Davis, 

PRIVATES. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Ames, Eben D. 


36 


Orneville, 


Married, 


do 






2 


Allen, Thomas K. 


24 


N. Vineyard, 


Single, 


do 






3 


Braduon, Jason C. 


33 


Milo, 


Married, 


do 






4 


Bagley, Newell 


18 


do 


Single, 


do 






5 


Brown, James 


24 


Lagrange, 


do 


do 






G 


Brown, Moses 


21 


Sebcc, 


do 


do 






7 


Berdoll, Joseph 


21 


Orneville, 


do 


do 






G 


Biiswell, David L, 


43 


Milo, 


Married, 


do 






9 


Coffren, George H. 


22 


Sebec. 


Single, 


do 






10 


Carver, Leonard D. 


21 


Lagrange, 


do 


do 






11 


(.!urrier, Orrison V. 


21 


Milo, 


do 


do 






12 


Campbell, Thomas J. 


18 


Medford, 


do 


do 






13 


Dolin, Nathan 


18 


Milo, 


do 


do 






14 


Dorherty John 


16 


Bangor, • 


do 


do 






15 


Douglass Forrest T. 


24 


Milo, 


do 


do 






16 


Emery, Paul J. 


33 


Medford, 


do 


do 






17 


(Smery, Rodney 


45 


do 


Married, 


do 






18 


Frost, Elbridgo G. 


20 


Milo, 


Single, 


do 






19 


Fabian, Frederic 


24 


Orneville, 


do 


do 






20 


Fitz, Daniel W. 


18 


Medford, 


do 


do 






21 


Gilraan, Jeremiah C. 


20 


Milo, 


do 


do 






22 


Gould, Seth 0. 


32 


do 


M.irried, 


do 






23 


Hodgkins, Frank, 


18 


do 


Single, 


do 






24 


House, AlvinH. 


28 


Lagrange, 


do 


do 






25 


Hobbs, Wm. B. 


18 


Milo, 


do 


do 






26 


Hager, Sewall B. 


24 


Sebec, 


do 


do 




July 21, 


27 


Hodgkins, George W. 


23 


Milo, 


do 


do 






28 


Irving, Elnathan P. 


26 


do 


do 


do 






29 


Imhotf, William 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






30 


Jami-s, William A. 


24 


Milo, 


do 


do 






31 


Johnson, Noah G. 


21 


Orneville, 


do 


do 






32 


Keen, Vinal E. 


28 


Milo, 


do 


do 






33 


Knowles, Abiatha J. 


31 


Lagrange, 


Married, 


do 






34 


Knowles, John S. 


22 


do ■ 


Single, 


do 


Reg'I Hosp. 




35 


Lord, George W. 


24 


Milo, 


do 


do 






36 


Lincoln, Edwin N. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






37 


Lincoln, George B. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






38 


Loring, Eleazer B. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






39 


Macomber, Henry W. 


20 


do 


Married, 


do 






40 


Mitchell, Columbus L. 


22 


do 


Single, 


do 






41 


Morse, George A. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






42 


Marden, Elijah D. 


21 


Atkinson, 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



81 



Volunteers, stationed at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 28th day 

Lieut. AV. W. STURTEVANT, Commander. 



Prisoners. 
When tk'n. 



Decoased Disch'd. 
When. When. 



July 21, 
July 21, 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
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 
42i 



July 21, 



July 21, 



Nov. 



Nov. 22, 

0:t. 4, 
Sept. 14, 

Aug. 9, 



Eemarks. 



Resigned. 

At Richmond, Va. 

Disabitity. 

Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, Oct. 2. 

Disability. 

Promoted to 1st Sergeant, Oct. 9. 

At Richmond, Va. 

At Richmond, Va. 

Promoted to 2d Sergeant, Oct. 9. 

Disability, 



Nov. 13, Disability. 



June 26, 
June 26, 



Disability. 
Disability. 



Sept. 12. 



10 



Promoted to 3d Sergeant, Oct. 9. 
At Richmond, Va. 
Aug. 9, Disability. 

Wounded at Bull Run. Died at Richmond, Va. 



Sept. 14, Deafness. 



At Richmond, Va. 

I At Georgetown, 

Aug. 9, [Rupture. 

Promoted to 4th Sergeant, Oct. 9. 



32 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Return of Company D, Second Regiment, ( Continued. ) 




43 McMasters, Charles II. 
44iNason, William 
45!Nickerson, Frederic D. 
46^ Palmer, Thomas H. 
47iRicker, Edward 
48 Rogers, Greenlief 0. 
49|Roberts, Daniel A. 
60;Sargent, Theodore F. 

51 Sargent, Theophilus Jr., 

52 Spruce, John W. 
53|Severance, Ephraim E. 

54 Sherburn, Frank 

55 Tolman, Eleazer B. 

56 Torrey, Octavius 

57 Templeton, Orrin 
58JWhite, Frank J. 
59'Wentworth, John P. 
eojWalker, James 
GliFrederie, Edward 
62;Frederic, Edwin 
eSiFarris, William 0. 
G4;Hodgkins, Elijah B. 
65;Witherell, Edwin S. 
G6|Parker, Alexander 
67|Connolley, John 

68 Coombs, Levi A. 

69 Keating, John A. 
70|HiggiDs, Lawrence 
7l'Rice, Thomas D. 

72 Cunningham Daniel H. 
TslCoombs, Benjamin J. 

74 Warner, John 

75 Warner, John C. 

76 Warner, Sumner L. 

77 Page, David F. 

78 Harvey, John C. 

79 Morse, Willis K. 
SO Luce, Charles A. 
81 Pray, Augustine, 
82jSeavey, Charles B. 
83 Foster, Watson 
84iStearn3, Amos B. 





Married 


Muster'd 


Sick. 


Killed. 


Residence. 

60 

<3 


or 
Single. 


into 
U. S. Ser. 


Where. 


AVhea. 


ISClinton, 


Single, ! 


May 28. 






29, Atkinson, 1 


Married, 


do 1 




21'Sangerville, ' 


Single. 1 


do 






22'Milo, ; 


do 


do 






20j do 


do 


do 


Baltimore, 




22 Dover, 


do 


do 






36|Orneville, 


do 


do 






18 Milo, 


do 


do 






34 do 


do 


do 






34 do 


Married, 


do 






29 do 


do 


do 


Washingtoa, 




23 do 


Single, 


do 






26 do 


Married, 


do 






25 do 


Single, 


do 






21 do 


do 


do 






29| do 


do 


do 






27 Lagrange, 


do 


do 






2llOrneville, 


do 


do 






20|0rono, 


do 








2O1 do 


do 








21:0rneville, 


do 




Washingtoa, 




21 Milo, 


do 








18 Augusta, 


do 








42!Baldwin, 


do 








37jPortland, 


Married, 








21|Thoma3ton, 


Single, 








35 Augusta, 


Married, 








37 Portland, 


do 








21 Plymouth, 


Single, 








39 Augusta, 


Married, 








18 Oldtown, 


Single, 








45 Kenduskeag, 


Married, 


Oct. 25. 






21 do 


Single, 


do 






IS do 


do 


do 






18 do 


do 


do 






24 xMaxfield, 


Married, 


do 






18 Milo, 


Single, 
do 
do 
do 


do 






Litchfield, 


do 
Married 









APPENDIX D. 83 

Return of Company D, Second Regiment, ( Continued. ) 



Prisoners. 


Deceased 


Disch'd. 


Remarks. 


^ When tk'n. 


When. 


When. 




43 








44 






Promoted to 3d Corporal, Oct. 9. 


45 








46 July 21, 






At Richmond, Va. 


47 










48 










40 










50 










61 






Oct. 


Rheumatism. 


52 








• 


53 








' 


54 










55 
57 






Nor. 11. 


Injury to hip. 






Oct. 24. 


Discharged at Baltimore. 


58 








Promoted to 2d Corporal, Oct. 9. 


59 










60 








Recruited July 1. 


61 








" '« 


62 








" " 


63 








" «' 


64 








" 2. 


65 










66 








<c « 


67 








" « 8. 


68 








«' " 15. 


69 






Nov. 13. 


" 8. Disability. 


70 








« « 8. 


71 








" " 16. Prisoner at Richmondj V 


72 








« 2. 


73 








" 3. 


74 








Oct. 12. 


75 








" 12. 


76 








« 12. 


77 








" 17. 


78 








" 1. 


79 








« Sept. 23. 


80 








Transferred, July 10. 


81 








« " 10. 


82 








« " 10. 


83 








" Aug. 13. 


84 








" « 18. 



34 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Recapilulalion of Company D, Second Re(/iment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





>* 




















s 
fi 






t 


-d 
o 




13 


13 










-a 




a 




^ 




. 








=: 




o 


o 




a 






f^ 


m 




Ph 


fl 


fi 


a 


H 


H 


Commissioned OfTicers, 


1 






1 




1 






3 


Non-Com. Officers, 


3 






2 




3 






8 


Musicians & Wagoner, 


1 














5 


C 


Privates, 


58 


4 


1 


4 


2 


10 






79 


Total, 


63 


4 


1 


7 


2 


14 




5 


96 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



FIT For 
DUTY. 



7 54:63 



ON 

SPECIAL. 

DTJTY. 



IN ARREST 






■< 5 1^ 



3 

a 



641 



SPECI4L 
SERVICE. 



3)67 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



1 Walter W. Stiirtevant, 

2 Stephen D. Millett, 

1 John H. Kittredge, 

2 John R. Stanchfield, 

3 Forrest W. Douglas, 

4 Cdlumbus L. Mitchell, 

1 Abaitlia J. Knowles, 

2 John P. Wentworth, 

3 William Mason, 

1 Edward Davis, 



Rank. 



Captain, 
38|lst Lieut. 
39j2d Lieut. 
29|lst Serg't, 
33 2d Scrg't, 
24:3d Serg't, 
22;4th Serg't, 
31 Corporal, 
27|Corporal, 
29, Corporal, 

20i Drummer, 



Residence. 



Date of Rank or 
I Appointment. 



Milo, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Lagrange, 

(to 
Atkinson, 

Milo, 



May 6, 
Oct. 2, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 

May 1, 



Remarks. 



8Q 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Levi Emerson, Company E, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Vcl- 
December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
day of May, 1861. JAMES L. ROWE, Orderly Sergeant. 




COMiVriSSIONED OFFICERS, 

1 Levi Emerson, 
2'James W. Adams, 

3 Lyman E. Richardson 

SERGEANTS. 

llThomas Foster, 
2'James L. Rowe, 
3jColin L. Downes, 

4 John J. Randall, 

j CORPORALS. 

IjHenry M. Cushman, 

2 Edwin L. Sterling, 

3 Ruel S. Clark, 
4'Hiram B. French, 

MUSICIAN. 

IjAlden L. Page, 

PRIVATES. 

1 Burns, Frederic 
2iBetts, Edward C. 

3 Barton, George H. 

4 Boden, Abner 0. 

5 Barrett, Cyrus F. 
C Berry, AVilliam 

7 Barrett, Harrison L. 
8|Billings, Ezra L. 
9 Campbell, James 

10 Chase, Alexander IL 

11 Carlisle, George W. 

12 Dearborn, Samuel 

13 Dawson, Stephen W. 

14 Drummond, John B. 
15'Eaton, Frederic L. 
16 Fuller, Zimri F. 
17iFancy, Simeon E. 

18 Furbish, Albert G. 

19 Guild, Isaac 

20 George, Leonard I. 
21, Green, Charles T. 
22narback, Philip 

23 Hall, Richard W. 

24 Hooper, Otis T. 
2.5 Jordan, Sabin 
26iJewett, Ruel 

27 Joy, John C. 

28 Keene, Elden A. 

29 Leonard, John 

30 Morse, Charles C. 

31 [Moore, .John 

32 Martin, Washington I. 

33 McCluro, George A. 
.34 Murray, William N. 

35 Norton, Freeman F. 

36 Pratt, George W. 

37 Poor, Russell S. 

38 Perkins, Henry L. 

39 Rogers, Cyrus 

40 Russ, Albert S. 
411<obbins, Nathaniel R. 
42 Robinson, Charles R. 





Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muster'd 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


4.5 
40 


Bangor, 
do 


Married, 
do 


May 28. 
do 






27 


Wayne, 


do 


do 






27 
25 
43 


Hampden, 

Bangor, 

Brewer, 


Single, 

do 
Married, 


do 
do 
do 






29 


Orono, 


Single, 


do 






21 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






21 
25 


Bangor, 
do 


do 
Married. 


do 
do 






39 


Holden, 


do 


do 






35 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






25 


Waldoboro', 


Single, 
do 


do 
do 






21 

27 


Hampden, 
Monroe, 


do 
do 


do 
do 






21 

18 


Brewen, 
Hermon, 


do 
do 


do 
do 






21 


Orrington, 


do 


do 






21 


Hermon, 


do 


do 






23 


Monroe, 


do 


do 






26 


Belfast, 


do 


do 






18 
19 


Bangor, 
do 


do 
do 


do 
do 






43 


do 


do 


do 






18 


Hermon, 


do 


do 






23 
23 


Bangor, 
Winslow, 


do 
do 


do 
do 






21 


Freedom, 


do 


do 






23 


Orono, 


do 


do 






18 

27 


Hampden, 
Oldtown, 


do 
do 


do 
do 






37 


Athens, 


do 


do 






21 


Hermon, 


do 


do 






24 


Bangor, 


Married. 


do 






28 
21 
31 


Knox, 
Bangor, 
do 


Single, 
do 
Married, 


do 
do 
do 






20 
21 


Solon, 
Sebec. 


Single, 
do 


do 
do 






lis 

23 
21 


Bangor, 
Bradley, 
Oldtown, 


do 

' do 

do 


do 
do 
do 






22 


Dublin, 


do 


do 






!29 


Glenburn, 


do 


do 






I23 


Bangor, 


. do 


do 






21 


Augusta, 


do 


do 






18 
22 


Jonesport, 
Bangor, 


do 
do 


do 
do 






22 


Bridgton, 


do 


do 






45 


Bangor, 


Married. 


do 






44 


do 


do 


do 






27 


Oldtown, 


Single. 


do 






28 
21 


Bangor, 
Sebec, 


do 
do 


do 

do 







APPENDIX D. 



87 



unteei'5, stationed at Ilall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 28th 

LEVI EMERSON, Captain. 





Prisoners. Deceased 


Disch'd. 


Remarks. 




When tk'n. 


When. 


When. 


1 

2 
3 


July 21, 


Aug. 4, 




Wounded at Cull Run. Died at Manassas. 


1 








Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, August 30. 


2 








" 1st Sergeant " " 


3 








2d " " « 


4 








" 3d " " " 


1 






Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


2 






Promoted to 4th Sergeant, Aug, 30. 


3 

i 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


I 

1 








Transferred to 2d N. Y Regiment. 


2 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


3 
4 
5 
6 

7 


July 21, 






Wounded at IjuII Run. Confined at Richmond. 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 






Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


8 


July 21, 






Wounded at Bull Run. Confined at Richmond. 


9 
10 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


li 








l( It n 


12 










13 








U << (( 


14 








l< (t l< 


15 










16 










17 


July 21, 






At Richmond. 


18 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


19 








Transferred to Edwards' Battery. 


20 










21 










22 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


23 










24 










25 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


26 










27 










28 








1 


29 










30 








Promoted Corporal, Aug. 1. 


31 










32 






July , 


Disability. 


33 










34 










35 










36 










37 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


38 


July 21, 




[Wounded at Bull Run. Confined at Richmond 


39 










40 










41 










42 











88 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 





Beturn of Company E, Second Regiment, 


[ Continued 


•) 


i 


Name?. 


to 

< 

25 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muster'd 
into 

U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When, 


43 


Ray, Joshua 


Bangor, 


Single, 


May 28. 






44 Reeves, John P. 


20 


Bradford, 


do 


do 






45 Ross, Judson A. 


24 


Newport, 


do 


do 






46 Sawyer, Franklin L. 


21 


Medford, 


do 


do 






47 Sealand Edward F. 


21 


Levant, 


do 


do 






48 Smith, Mark S. 


27 


Cornvillo, 


do 


do 






49 


Sargent, William 


23 


Brewer, 


do 


do 






50 


Savage, John A. 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 


New York, 




61 


Swan, Hiram 


40 


do 


Married, 


do 






52 Snow, Reuben 


20 


do 


Single, 


do 






53 Thombs, Andrew J. 


26 


Orono, 


do 


do 






54 


Wyman, Moses 


27 


Hermon, 


do 


do 






55 


Wally, Roscoe J. 


22 


Waldoboro', 


do 


do 






56 Whitney, Charles H. 


32 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






67 Willey, Henry S. 


23 


Alton, 


do 


do 






58'Whitcomb, Otis W. 


21 


Etna, 


do 


do 






59 


Worcester, Galen 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






60 


Whitcomb, Samuel 


22 


Alton, 


do 


do 






61 


Washburn, Bethuel 


43 


Bangor, 


Married, 


do 






62 


Willett, Joseph S. 


21 


Bic, 


Single, 
do 


do 






63 


York, George A. 


18 


HermoD, 


do 






64 


Whitney, Lewis F. 


19 


Boston, . 


do 


July 1, 






65 


Locke, George 


21 


Bradley, 


do 


do 1, 






66 


Locke, James B. 


22 


do 


do 


do 1, 






67 


Barden, Ansel F. 


23 


Bangor, 


do 


do 1, 






68 


Trask, Caleb 


21 


Augusta, 


do 


do 2, 






69lChick, Frederic 0. 


24 


Vassalboro', 


do 


do 3, 






70 


Lewis, Milford T. 


2J 


Fairfield, 


do 


do 3, 






71 


Goding Harrison H. 


20 


Bangor, 


do 


do 3, 






72 Hussey, William 


29 


Dixmont, 


Married, 


do 16, 






73 McCuUam, James 


30 


Portland, . 


do 


do 1, 






74 Prescott, llcnry S. 


20 


Carrael, 


Single, 


do 1, 






75 Wyman, Thomas C. 


18 


I'hipsburg, 


do 


do 21, 






76jRoach, Henry 


19 


Annapoli;;, 


do 


May 28, 






77 Salter, John C. 


40 


Dedham, 


Married, 


Sept. 20, 






78jWinchester Samuel H. 


22 


Brewer, 


Single, 


do 23, 






79 Patterson, William 


18 


Alton, 


do 


Oct. 1, 






80 Gipson, William 


31 


Stockton, 


Married, 


do 3, 






81'Mathews, Stephen H. 


26 


Bradford, 


Single. 


Sept. 24, 






82 Mathews, Ezra M. 


19 


do 


do 


do 24, 






83 Chase, Wilber F. 


19 


Chester, 


do 


Oct. 3, 






84jCunningham, John J. 


18 


Bradford, 


do 


do 10, 






85 Humphrey, Sylvanus 


21 


Hampden, 


do 


do 11, 






86 Wyman, Thomas 


30 


Hermon, 


do 


do 11, 






87 Wyman, Horace 


18 


Chester, 


do 


do 11, 






88iBlood, Frederic A. 


22 


do 


do 


<lo 11, 






89 Haley, Charles 


44 


Kenduskeag. 


Married. 


do 17, 






90 Atherton, Robert T. 


24 


Chester, 


Single. 


do 11, 






91 


Garnett, John W. 


18 


do 


do 


do 11, 







APPENDIX D. 89 

Return of Company E, Second Regiment, {Continued.) 



Prisoners. 
°_ When tk'n. 



Deceased 
When. 



•July 21. 



43 

44 

45 

46 

4T 

48 

49 

50 

61 

52 July 21. 

53{ 

54 

65| 

56 

67 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

75 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Remarks. 



Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 
Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 1. 



Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 1. 
July, I Disability, 



Wounded at Bull Bun. Confined at Richmond. 
Deserted in July. 
Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 
Deserted in August. 

Sept. Disability, Wounded at Bull Run. 
iConfined at Richmond. 
ITransferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 

Sept. Disability. 

Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 



Oct. Disability, 

Deserted in July, 



90 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S BEPORT. I 

Recapitulation of Company E, Second Regiment Injantry, Maine Volunteers. 





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2 


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4 


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49 







6 




5 


3 


2 


87 


Total, 


64 


5 1 


6 


1 


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19 


103 



Condensed Morniiir/ Report, Dec. 1st, 18G1. 















PRESENT. 












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ABSENT. 














ON 








i 






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For DUTY. 




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2 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Levi Emerson, 
James W. Adams, 
Thomas Foster, 

James L. Rowe, 
Colin L. Downs, 
John J. Randall, 
Edwin L. Sterling, 
Charles C. Morse, 
Franklin E. Morrill, 
Mark S, Smith, 



Rank. 



Residence. 



Captain. 
1st. Lieut., 
2d. Lieut., 



, Bangor, 
j do 
tlampden, 



25 1st. Serg't, iBangor, 



43 Serg't, 

'29jSerg't, 

21jSerg't, 

2rCorporaI, 

21|Corporal, 

i27|Corporal, 



Brewer, 

Orono, 

Bangor, 

|01dtuwn, 

Medford, 

Cornville, 



Date of Rank or 
Appointment. 



Remarks. 



April 24, 

do 
August 30, 



92 



ADJUTAXT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Daniel Chaplin, Company F, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine 
December 1st, 18C1, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
eighth day of May, ISGl. ARTHUR C. 'WniTCOMB, Orderly Sergeant. 




Residence. 



Married 

or 
Single. 



Muster'd 
into 

U.S.Ser. 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

1 Daniel Chaplin, 

2 Albion P. Wilson, 

3 Warren H. Boyntun, 

SERGEANTS. 

George W. Brown, 
Benjamin D. Whitney, 
Arthur C. Vt'hitcomb, 
Charles Able, 



Bangor, 
do 
do 



CORPORALS. 

1 George F. Whitney, 

2 Thomas H. Wooster, 

3 John S. Sm ill, 

4 Jeremiah B. Atliins, 

MUSICIANS. 

Thurston Whitcomb, 
2jFrank N. Morris, 

( PRIVATES. 

1 Audley, John 

2 Austin, John W. B. 
3|Billings, John 

4j Berry, Isaac 

5 Burton, Willard H. 

6 Billington, Hiram A. 

7 Bell, Daniel 

8 Beekwith, James 

9 Banks, Adoniram J. 

10 Benjamin, John 

11 Cole, A\'ashington 
12,Carr, Enoch 
13|Curtis, Samuel 0. 
lijCoy, John 
15;Curtis, John W. 
16 Cook, Moses 
ITjCarter, Charles B. 
IS'Downs, SewallH. 

19 Card, James 

20 Ellingwood, William 
21jEdgerley, George 
22.Fairbrother, Isaac H. 
23'Glidden, Charles 
24lGaIlagher, Michael 
25|Grairara, Leander L. 
26jHersey, Lyman 
27IHolmes, Horace 
28;Hatch, William 
291Harthorne, John 
30;ilall, Francis 
STHurd, Henry W. 

32 Hurd, Jethro 

33 Joss, Martin 

34 Kenney, Samuel G. 

35 Keen, Charles 
36'Libby, Horace O. 
37jLegrieow, David 
38 Lovejoy, Levi jr. 
39, Kenney, Daniel R. 
40 McKenney, James 
4llMartin, Henry W. 



|33| do 

jSjAurora, 

'27!Hampdenj 

■40 Bangor, 

I I 

j35| do 

|44!Hermon, 

2SCarmel, 

23,Eseter, 

22 Hampden, 
20:Veazie, 



41jBangor, 
|30 Eddington, 
'18|Bangor, 
i44! do 
|24 Eddington, 
[29 Bangor, 

21: Bradford, 

22 Richeburto, 
;20 Kenduskeag, 
|23 Carmel, 

'22 Etna, 
|21 Pittifield, 
27 Glenburn, 
'21 Lowell, Mass. 
;30 Levant, 
3C Dixmont, 
39 Brewer, 
.20 do 
ll9Glenbarn, 
A. il8 VV'interport, 
'20 Exeter, 

21 Etna, 
18 do 

23 Hermon, 
i31j Bangor, 
!25| do 

:24 Smithfield, 

29 Bangor, 
,22 do 

25 Smithfield, 

20 Carmel, 
Il8j do 
1 19 Hampden, 

42 Stetson, 

1 21: West Sidney, 

22 Newport, 
l23';Orono, 
;35 Bangor, 
|27 Stetson, 

1 18 Kenduskeag, 
1 2l| Bangor, 



Married, 

do 
Single, 

Married, 
Single, 

do 
Married, 

do 

Single, 

do 

do 

do 
do 

Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 
Married, 
Single, 
i do 
! Married, 

do 
Single, 
I do 
! do 
' -do 

; do 

I do 
do 
Married, 
I do 
Single, 
iNIarried, 
Single, 
I do 
I do 
I do 
! do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

j do 

do 

do 

< do 

: 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 
do 



Georgetown, 



Washington, 



July 21, 



APPENDIX D. 



93 



Volunteers, stationed at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on tlie mornino' of 
place in the Company since it entered the service of the- United States, on the twonty- 

ALBION P. WILSON, Captain. 



I Prisoners. 'Deceased! Disch'd. 
d iWhen tk'n.i When. I When. 



Remarks. 



3 
4 

1 

2 

1 
2 
3 

4 
5' 

'! 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
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 



Julj 



Sept. 1, 



Sept. 12, 



Sept. 10, 



Aug. 4, 



Aug. 9, 
do 



Promoted to Major, September 13. 
" " Captain, " " 



•' " 1st Lieut. " « 

Promoted 1st Sergt. " " 

Reduced to the Ranks, Auguct 5. 

Reduced to the Ranks, June 22. 
Promoted to Sergeant, August 5. 

Fk.educed to the Ranks, June 24. 

At Washington. 

Disability. 

Mutineer. Sent to Tortugas. 



June 25, Disability. 



jWounded. 
Aug. 9, .Disability. 



Mutineer. Sent to Tortugas. 
Promoted to Sergeant, September 28. 

Mutineer. Sent to Tortugas. 



Mutineer. Sent to Tortugas. 



Appointed Corporal, June 24. 
Died at Richmond of wounds. 
Mutineer. Sent to Toitugas. 



Mutineer. Sent to Tortugas, 



94 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPOET. 

Return of Company F, Second Regiment, ( Continued. ) 



^ 



Names. 



42 Neal, Thompson 
43, Nichols, Allen 
44,Newcomb, Delon 
45iPierce, Albert 

46 Pollard, Luther 31. 

47 Quint, Charles P. 
4S Shaw, Columbus 
43'Small, Moses 
50|Smith, Sewall W. 

51 Shaw, Omar 

52 Sawyer, Alfred 
53'Seavey, William 
54 Trafton, Leonard 
r)5,TrafCon, John E. 
SGiTurner, John A. 
67JVan Buskirk, Henry C. 
58'Vickey, Leander 

59' Wilson, Asa 
eo'Witham, John W. 
61 Welch, William B. 
62' York, Benjamin F. 
63JAtkin3, liobert L. 
04; Abbott, V/illiam J. 
CoiAllen, George 
66|Blackwell, Henry H. 
67jB;iiley, Augustus C. 
6S Crocker, Crosby M. 

69 Dunn, William H. 

70 Crawford, Adolphus S. 

71 Dunn, EJward H. 

72 Elliott, James A. 

73 Foss, WiMiam H. 

74 Jackson, Jefferson F. 

75 Southard, Andrew F. 

76 Seavey, Reuben W. 
77Strout, Albert D. M. 
78 Stiout, Andrew W. 
79'Tozier, Andrew J. 
80, Welch, Charles 

81 Keene, Orrin 

82 McKenney, Wm. H. 

83 Marshall, James S. ' 



®, Residenie. 



Married _Muster'd 

or I into 
Single. |U. S. Ser. 



Pittsfield, 

Winterport, 

Carmel, 

Bradford, 

Bradley, 

Bangor, 

Stetson, 

Brewer, 

E. Eddingtcn 

Stetson, 

Bradley, 

Stockton, 

Oldtown, 

Bangor, 

Etna, 

Stetson, 

Brewer, 

Bangor, 

Carmel, 

Hampden, 

Bangor, 

do 

do 
Litchfield, 
Newport, 
Bradford, 
Kenduskeag, 
Augusta, 
Oldtown, 
Litchfield, 
Freedom, 
Orono, 
Paris, 
Pittsfieldj 
Stetson, 
Bradford, 

do 
Plymouth, 
Worcester, 
Augusta, 
Bangor, 
Orringtou, 



Single, 

do j 

do 

do 

do 
, do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 
i do 
1 do 
t do 
! do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 
Married, 

do 

do 
iSingle, 
'Married, 

do 
:Single, 
I do 
I do 

: do 

!■ do 
! do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 

do 



Sick. 
Where. 



May 28, | Washington, 
do i 
do I 
do j 
do 

do I 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
du 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

i do 
do 

July 15, 
do 1, 
do 15, 
do 23, 

Sept. 25, 

July 1, 
do 5, 



do 3, 
do 15, 



do 
do 3, 
do 4#' 
do 5, 

Sept. 26, 
do 24, 
do do 

July 15, 
do 1, 
do 2, 

May 28, 
do 



Killed. 
■When. 



APPENDIX D. 95 

Return of Company F, Second Regiment, ( Continued. ) 



Prisoners. 


Deceased 


Disch'd. 


Ilem?rks. 




I 


When tk'n. 


When. 


When. 




42 












43 






Oct. 24, 


Disability. 




44 






June 25, 


Worthless. 




46 












46 












47 












48 












49 








Appointed Corporal, August 5. 




60 












51 












52 












63 
64 
55 








Mutineer. Sent to Tortugas. 














66 








« i< li ts 




67 








(( i< (( ti 




58 










59 






Appointed Corporal, June 24^ 




eo'july 21, 








« 


61 








Severely wounded. 




62 












63 








Mutineer. Sent to TortugaB^ 




64 












65 








Recruit. 




66 








(C 




67 








(C 




68 








(1 




69 








<( 




70 








Wagoner. 




71 








Recruit. 




72 




Sept. 15, 




«' 




73 








" 




74 








(C 




75 








(1 




76 








« 




77 








" 




78 








" 




79 








" 




80 








" 




81 








<< 




82 












83 













96 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Recapitulation of Company F, Second Refjiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





i 










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CominissioDed OiEcers. 


3 
















3 


Non-Com. Officers, 


8 
















8 


Musicians & "Wagoner, 


2 
















2 


Privates, 


55 


3 


1 


2 


5 


6 




12 


84 


Total. 


68 


3 


1 


2 


5 


6 




12 


97 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 18G1. 



PIT FOR 
DDTY. 



'-^,» 



2 6 



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50 q c > 

<3 ,a ^1 ,:ii 



ON 

SPECIAL 

DDTV. 



IN ARREST 



.^ '_o ' a> ' bb'.i£ 



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1 1 



2 2 



63 



ON 
SPECIAL 
SERVICE. 



2; Ah 



568 



Present Organization of the Company. 




Albion P. Wilson, 
George W. Brown, 
Warren II. Boynton, 



1 Arthur C. Whitcomb, 

2 Benjamin D. Whitnej', 

3 Sewall 11. Downs, 

4 Thomas II. "Worcester, 
1 John Hawthorne, 
2|Asa Wilson, 

3 John S. Small, 
4[Moses Small, 



o 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Rank or 


Remarks. 


< 
33 






Appointment. 




Captain, 
1st Lieut., 


iBangor, 
do 


Sept. 13. 
do 




24 


2d Lieut., 


do 


April 25. 




27 
35 


1st Serg't, 
2d Serg't, 


Hampden, 
Aurora, 


Sept. 28. 
April 25. 




20 
44 


3d Serg't, 
4th Serg't, 


Brewer, 
llermon, 


Sept. 28. 
Aug. 5. 




22 


Corporal, 


Bangor, 


June 24. 




43 


Corporal, 


do 


do 




28 
23 


Corporal, 
Corporal, 


Carmel, 
;Brewer, 


April 25. 
Aug. 6. 





11 



98 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Captain Frederic Meinicke, Company G, Second Regiment Infantry, Main© 
December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
eighth day of May, 1861. GEORGE E. HOLT, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

Frederic Meinicke, 
Augustus B. Farnham, 
; Frank A. Garnsey, 

SERGEANTS. 

George E. Holt, 
Albert M. Jackson, 
SiHoratio Staples, 
4 Joseph B. Forbes. 

CORPORALS. 

1 Stover P. Gross, 
2Seth B. Ramsdell, 

3 John B. York, 

4 David Reevil, 

j MUSICIANS. 

iJHenry B. Miller, 
2j Ariel H. Ward, 

j PRIVATES. 

1 Atkins, Leroy W. 
2!Bartlett, David W. 
SjBarker, Thomas B. 
ijBohn, Peter 
SiBlaine, Thomas R. 
eJBlaisdell, Humphrey, jr, 

7 Bradford, Warren W. 

8 Bickford, Ezekiel C. 
gJBrackett, Wm. H. 

lO'Cleaves, Allison G. 
lllCrosby Stephen R. 

12 Davis, John 

13 Day, Warren, 
14JDillingham, Oscar L. 
ISDouglass, Albert L. 

16 Doe, Zebulon 

17 Doble, Charles W. 

18 Dunbar, Henry 0. 
19iDunbar, Lysander B. 
20lBgagnon, Joseph 
2l|Emery, Harvey I. 
22lFerguson, Luther 
23JField, George E. 
24|Foote, James A. 

25 Gctchell, Andrew J. 
26|Green, Lewis 
27 Hanson, Horace F. 
28'Heenan, Chiirles G. 
29 Higgins, Virgil N. 
30[Hurd, Samuel D. 
31!Jordan, John V. 
32!Kinney, .James 
33|Lander, Charles H. 
34JMair, Philip 
35j Martin, Leonard P. 
36i Marsh, Albert 
37|Millett, Obed F. 
38IMillett, John W. 
39'Miller, Frank B. 
40'Martin, George C. 
41iMills, George G. 



6 Residence. 



3ljBangor, 

22 do 

:22j do 

21 do 

!l9l do 

124 do 

!21 do 



Orland, 

Ripley, 

Bangor, 

do 



32 Garland, 
22 Levant, 



Carmelj 
Bangor, 

do 

do 

do 
Otis, 



Bangor, 

do 
Rumford, 
21jBangor, 
19 Clifton, 
Bangor, 
Veazie, 
Oldtown, 
Orono, 

do 
Bangor, 

do 

do 



121 



Oldtown, 



Married Muster' d 

or into 

Single. U. S.Ser. 



Veazie, 
Bangor, 
Lee, 
Bangor, 
22lN. Dixmont, 
4'.i{Banijor, 
23 Harrison, 
25 Bangor, 
22] do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Orono, 
Bangor, 

do 
Palmyra, 
E. Pittsfield, 
Bangor, 

do 
Levant, 



Married, 
Single, 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

• 

Married, 

do 
Single, 

do 

jMarried, 
jSingle, 

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 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 

do 

do 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 
Single, 



May 28, 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
June 6. 
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 



Sick. 
Where. 



In Camp. 



Killed. 
When. 



In Camp, 
do 



July 21, 



In Camp. 



Georgetown, 



APPENDIX D. 



99 



Volunteers, stationed at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
■place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the twenty- 

AUGUSTUS B. FARNHAM, Captain. 



6 


Prisoners. 
When tk'n. 


Deceased 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 




'Z. 












1 






Sept. 7, 


Resigned. 




2 








Promoted to Captain, Sept. 13. 




3 








Promoted to 1st Lieutenant, Sept. 13. 




1 








Reduced to ranks, Aug. 1. Transferred to A, Oct. 


1. 


2 






Oct. 2, 


Disability. 




3 








Appointed 2d Lieutenant Sept. 13. 




4 








Promoted 1st Sergeant September 13. 




1 
2 








Promoted 2d Sergeant, Oct. 1. 




3 








Reduced to ranks June 28, by request. 




4 








Reduced to ranks, Sept. 10. 




1 

2 








Promoted 4th Sergeant, Oct. 1. 




1 
2 
3 

4 








Body not recovered. 




5 

6 


.July 21, 






Wounded in leg. Confined at Richmond 




7 








Deserted from Fort Corcoran, 0(;t. 1. 




8 

9 

10 


July 21, 






Trans, from 2d Ohio Vol. Confined at Richmond. 




July 21, 






At Richmond, Va. 




11 






1 




12 












13 












14 


July 21, 






At Richmond, Va. 




15 






Oct. 5, 


Leg amputated. Wounded by shell at Bull Run. 




16 






Sept. 12. 


Disability. 




17 












18 












19 






Sept. 12. 


Palpitation of heart. 




20 








Deserted from Hall's Hill, Oct. 14. 




21 












22 








i 




23 












24 












26 


July 21. 






•Wound in leg. Confined at Richmond. 




26 












27 












28 








Deserted June 6, from Willet's Point, N. Y. 




29 












30 


.July 21, 




Wound in leg. Confined at Richmond. 




31 












32 












33 








On detached service. Now teamster. 




34 












35 








Promoted 2d Corporal, Dec. 1. 




36 












37 


July 21, 






Disability. 




38 






Oct. 7, 


Consumption. 




39 






June 10, 


Disability. 




40 








' 




41 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 





100 



ADJUTANT GENERAL^S REPORT. 



Return of Company G, Second Regiment, ( Continued. ) 



Names. 

42 Mitchell, Horace F 

43 Nason, David B 

44 Neal, John H. 

45 Norwood, Wm. H. 

46 Orff, Edward F. jr., 
47!Phinips, George H. 
48 Robert, Isaac 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
5G 
57 
58 
59 



Rosembeck, Frederic S. 
Scribner, Miles L. 
Shorey, Horace F. 
Sidelinker, Hollis 
Smart, Benj. F. 
rfoule, Richard 
Speed, Joseph 
Starkie, Daniel 
Stevens, Waldo P. 
Stevens, Alonzo 
Thompson, Wm. H. 
eOJVancon, Francis, jr., 

61 Vinal, George 

62 Webber, Benjamin 

63 Wing, Ferdinand N. 

64 Kn;ipp, Charles A. 
65!Robbins, Melville H. 
66|Merrow, Samuel 

67 Scribner, Henry H. 

68 Estes, Levi . 

69 Morse, John 

70 Plumatoc, Thomas 

71 Merry, Peter B. 

72 Burton, Paul 

73 Hutchings, Augustus M. 

74 Smith, James 

75 Mills, Wm. J. 

76 Debeck, Wm. 

77 Orcutt, Isaac F. 

78 Reaviel, Henry 

79 Jephard, George 

80 Hammett, Walter P. 

81 Haines, Samuel T. 

82 Soule, Wm. A. 

83 Deane, Isaac W. 

84 VV heeler, Henry L. 

85 White, Andrew F. 

86 White, Nathan S. 

87 Witham, Wm. W. 



P.i Residence. 



21,Munroe, 
19 Brownville, 

19 Bangor, 
21 do 
20' do 

20 Veazie, 
29 Bangor, 

32 New York, 
43 Springfield, 
j2L do 
'24 Dixmont, 
'21 Portland, 
j22! Bangor, 
!37j do 
32 Veazie, 

21 Monroe, 
23'Guilford, 
23 Bangor, 

22 do 
28:Orono, 
22Hermon, 
21, Hampden, 
19{Rumford, 
201 Bangor, . 
36; do 

21 Oldtown, 
19 Bangor, 



Married 

or 
Single. 



do 
do 
Augusta, 
leOldtown, 
19, E. N. Portl'd, 
34|H[oulton, 
19:Levant, 
21'Clifton, 
22] Amherst, 
21iBangor, 
27jGreenfield, 
18JHowland, 
22' do 
27|Etna, 
201 do 

19 Greenfield, 
18l do 
22I do 
19! do 



Single, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 

do 

do 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 
Married, 

do 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 
Married; 
Single, 

do 

do 

do 
Married. 
Single, 

do 
i do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Muster' d 

into 
U. S. Ser. 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 

When. 



May 28, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
dD 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
July 10, 

do 

July 2, 

do 3, 

do 11, 

do 10, 

do 1, 

do 29, 

do 1, 

do, 10, 

do 10, 

do 15, 

do 15, 

Sept. 23, 

Sept. 19, 

Oct. 7, 

Sept. 19 

Sept. 19, 

Oct. 16, 

do 
Oct. 7, 
do 
do 
do 



.July 21» 



In camp, 



In camp. 



Georgetown, 



APPENDIX D. 



101 



Meiurn of Company G, Second Regiment, {Continued.) 





Prisoners. Deceased 


Disch'd 


Remarks. 


6 


When tk'nJ When. 


When. 


iz; 










42 








Deserted, July 22. 


43 


July 21, 






At Richmond. 


44 










45 










46 








Body not recovered. 


47 










48 










49 


July 21, 






At Richmond, Va. 


50 






Sept. 18, 


Disability. 


61 










52 






Sept. 19, 




53 








Promoted 3d Sergeant, Oct. I. 


54 






Oct. 7, 


Brain affected. 


55 


July 21, 






Wounded in Leg. Confined at Richaiondv 


56 










■57 










58 








Promoted 3d Corporal, Dec. 1. 


59 






Nov. 15, 


Disability. 


€0 








Promoted 1st Corporal, Dec. 1. 


«1 








Promoted 5th Sergeant, Dec. 1. 


•62 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment, Aug. 14. 


•63 










64 




1 




65 








Detailed as teamster July 10. Discharged soon after 


66 










67 


July 21i 






At Richmond, Ya. 


68 










69 








Detailed teamster Aug. 12. Deserted Oct. 3. 


to 

71 
72 






Sept. 12. 












73 




Nov. 16, 




Buried at Hall's Hill, Va^ 


74 










75 


• 








76 










T7 










78 










Y9 










80 










81 










82 










83 










84 










85 










86 










■8? 











102 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Recapitulation of Company G, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers- 



' 


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O 

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Non-Com. Officers, 6 
Musicians <fc Wagoner, i 2 
Privates, 47 


1 
7 


2 


11 


1 


1 
1 

11 


5 


1 
3 


3 

8 
2 

87 


Total. 1 56 1 8 1 2 


11 


1 


13 


5 


4 


100 











Condensed Morning Report, December 1st 


1861. 








1 


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Present 


Organization of the Company. 




© 


Names. 


6 
to 

< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Rank or 
Appointment. 


Remarks. 


1 

2 
3 


Augustus B. Parnham, 
Frank A. Garnsey, 
Horatio Staples, 


22 
22 
24 


Captain, 
1st Lieut,, 
2d Lieut., 


Bangor, 
do 
do 


Sept. 13. 
do 
do 




1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
1 
2 
3 


Joseph B. Forbes, 
Stover J. Cross, 
Benjamin F. Smart, 
David Reabiel, 
George Vinal, 
Francis Vaneon, jr., 
Leonard P. Martin, 
AloDZO Stephens, 


21 
32 
21 
22 
28 
22 
26 
23 


1st Serg't, 
2d Serg't, 
3d Serg't, 
4th Serg't, 
5th Serg't, 
Corporal, 
Corporal, 
Corporal, 


do 
Orland, 
Portland, 
Bangor, 
Orono, 
Bangor, 

do 

do 


do 
Oct. 1, 

do 

do 
Dec. 1, 

do 

do 

do 





104 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Captain Daniel F. Sargent, Company H, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine 
December 1st, ISGl, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
May, 1861. DAXIEL QUIMBY, Jr., Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



6 Residence. 



Married 

! or 
Single. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

Daniel F. Sargent, 
Edward L. Getehell, 
Ralph W. ilorse, 

SERGEANTS. 

Wm. H. S. Lawrence, 
Daniel Quimby, jr., 
William P. Holden, 
Christopher S. Gorham, 

CORPORALS. 

Chas. Smith, 
Abridge F. Haskell, 
Henry Scbmell, 
4lWm. H. Johnson, 

MtrSICIAN. 

I'Eben R. Dinsmore, 

PRIVATES. 

1 Arthur, Thomas W. 

1 Bagley, Daniel W. 

3'Bailey, Joseph A. 

4: Bruno, Benedict 

oBenson Benj. C. 

6!Bunker, Burton 

TiBakeman, Alexander F. 

SiBabcock, Wm. 

OBlack, Henry 
lO'Clewly, George M. 
ILConway, Hugh 
12 Clement, John K. 
ISiCook, Noah H. 
14iDow, Meniah 
ISJDinsmore, Frank A. 
16 Donham, George E. 
17,DoDhani, John B. E. 
ISjDrinkwater, Henry W. 
19'Ellison, Charles H. 
20 Emerson, Fields W. 
2l!Eaton, Vvm. H. 
22lFenton, Abraai 
23jFrazier, Benj. 
24lFrazier, Alden B. 
2.>'Fox, Josiah B. 
26|Gi!more, Byron C. 

27 Gilmore, Henry H. 

28 Green, Joseph W. 
29Harndcn, Moses A. 
30|Holden, Henry A. 
31 Hammou-.'Vlbert H. 
32|Hutchings, AVm. H. 
33;Haskell, Tristam W. 
34'Holman, Frederic 

35 Joy, Marcel lus D. 

36 Jordan, Gustin 

37 Leathers, Samuel W. 

38 Lovej'.y, Wm. H. 

39 Leighton, Stephen H.^ 

40 Morey, Wm. B. 

41 McKenney, John T. 
42IMeLaushliD, Henry 



!27 Brewer, 
i22!Bangor, 
30 do 



do 
do 
do 

do 



28J01dtown, 
21 Bangor, 
361 do 
26l do 

!25'oidtown, 

21 Brewer, 
26 Bangor, 
22I do 
3701dtown, 

21 Bangor, 
29 Otis, 

19 Brewer, 
34[Veazie, 
21lDedham, 
24| Bradley, 

23 Bangor, 
211 do 

22 Brewer, 
29 01dtoTTn, 

23 Stetson, 

20 01dtown, 
ISi do 

21| do 
19j Bangor, 

18 Orono, 
24, Oldtown, 

19 Bangor, 
21, Otis, 

24 do 
27:CornYlll8 

21 Bangor, 
21Holden, 

24 Bangor, 
21 Chatham, 
21 Bangor, 
21 Milford. 
26'Er':ghton, 

23 Bangor, 
2" Oldtown, 
28 B.iDgor, 

21 Etna, 
31 Bangor, 

22 do 
ISl do 

22 0hitown, 
ISlBangor, 

24 Oldtown, 



Muster'd 

into 
L'.S.Ser. 



Married, 

Single, 

Married, 

Single, 
jMarried, 



do 

Single, 



May 28, 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



'Married, 

I do 
■ do 
jSingle, 

Married, 

jSingle, 

jMarried, 

ISingle, 

i do 

\ do 

Married, 

Single, 

Married, 

Single, 

do 
, do 

do 
I do j 

do i 

do 
I do 1 

: do I 

Married, I 
Single,^ I 

do ! 

do 1 

do 1 

do ; 

do ; 

do i 

do ! 

; <^o I 

Married, 
Single, 

do 
i do ' 

do 

do 

do j 

Married, 
.Single, 
Married, 
Single, 

do 

do 

do ' 

do 1 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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. 



i Killed. 

When. 



Bangor, Me,, 



New York, 



June 30, 



Eall'snill, 



Gall's Hill, 
do 



Bangor, Me. 
Hall's Hill, 



I July 



APPENDIX D. 



105 



Volunteers, stationed at Hall's Hill, Ya., expressing its condition on the morning of 
place in the Company, since it entered the service of the United States, on the 2i5th of 

DANIEL F. SARGENT, CapUin. 



I Prisoners. Deceased Diseh'd. 
JjWhentk'n. When. ! When. 



Remarks. 



July 21, 



giJuly 21, 

10 July 21, 

11 i 
12| 
13; 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
191 
20] 
21! 

22 Julv 21, 

23 July 21, 
24 

25 

26 

27i 

28, 

29 

3o[july 21, 

31! 

32! 

33 

34! 

35 

36 

37 

88i 

89. 

40i 

411 

42; 



Oct. 



Oct. 9, jDisability. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant, Oct. 9. 
2d 
3d 



Oct. 14, 



" Lieutenant 13th Me. Regiment. 

" 4th Sergeant, Oct. 9. 
Disability. 

'On furlough. Reduced to ranks, Oct. 9. 
I 
DeseAed, Not. 25. 



Deserted, July 21. 
At Richmond, Ya. 
Aag. 6j iDisability. 

July 10, Disability. 

Buried at Meridian Hill 
At Richmond. 
Died at Richmond. 

Wounded in the foot at Fort Corcoran. An". 16 



June 5j 



Promoted 2d Corporal, Oct. 9. 
At Richmond. 
At Richmond. 

Deserted, Nov. 29, 

Promoted 3d Corporal, Oct. ?. . 

On furlough. Wounded at Bull Run. 

Wound in the leg. Confined at Riohmend. 
Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 



Promoted 4th Corporal, Oct. 9. 



iBody not recovered. 



106 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Company H, Second Regiment, {Continued.) 



6 


Names. 


6 

< 

23 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muster'd 
into 

U. S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Eilled. 
When. 


43 


Maxwell, George S. 


Bangor, 


Single, 


May 28, 






44 


O'Niel, Henry, 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Hall's Hill, 




45 


Peakes, Charles H. 


19 


Dedham, 


do 


do 






46 


Pond, Charles 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 






50 


Robbins, Gersham C. 


24 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






51 


Rollins, Charles H. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






52 


Rogers, Ripley R. 


25 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






53 


Rich, George H. 


29 


Bangor, 


do 


do 


do 




54 


Stevens, Samuel A. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






55 


Simpson, David L. 


27 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






56 


Severance, VVm. H. 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






57 


Sanger, Wm. H. 


29 


do 


do 


do 






58 


Salmon, Wm. B. 


27 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






59 


Taylor, Edgar B. 


IB 


Bangor, 


do 


do 


do 




60 


Waid, Wm. J. 


21 


Lancaster, NH 


do 


do 






61 


Warren, Benj. J. 


28 


Otis, 


d« 


do 






62 


Veazie, Charles B. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






63 


Quimby, Robert 


22 


do 


do ] do 






64 


Chalmers, Thomas B. 


25 


do 


Married, do 






65 


Doe, George A. 


28 


Oldtown, 


do 1 do 






66 


Lovejoy, Charles S. 


22 


Bangor, 


do do 






67 


Colson, Daniel J. 


20 


do 


Single, July 1, 






68 


Graves, George T. 


25 


do 


Married,! do 1, 


Washington, 




69 


Perry, Charles E. 


20 


do 


Single, do 1, 






70 


Wentworth,Wm. H. 


20 


do 


do do 1, 






71 


Wentworth, James F. 


25 


do 


do 


do 2, 


Hall's Hill, 




72 


Mills, Wm. F. 


18 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 3, 






73 


Brown, Charles C. 


26 


do 


do 


do 15, 






74 


Carr, Elijah 


26 


do 


do 


do 15, 






75 


Crockett, Norman 


22 


Rockland, 


do 


do 15, 






76 


Marsh, Lewis J. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 15, 






77 


Moulton, Daniel W. 


21 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 15, 






78 


Bray, Cyrus 


23 


do 


do 


do 15, 






79 


Johnson, Frank A. 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 15, 






SO 


Wyer, Oscar 


18 


do 


do 


do 15, 






81 


Johnston, Nathaniel 


38 


Portland, 


do , 


do 22, 






82 


Veazie, Samuel W. 


18 


Bangor, 


do 


Oct. 25, 






83 


Wyer, Robert, 


40 


do 


Married, do 14, 






84 


Hines, Augustus 


36 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 25, 






85 


Moore, Henry H. 


25 


Bangor, 


Single, 


do 25, 






86 


Gilmore, Don 


21 


do 


do 


do 25, 


do 





APPENDIX D, 107 

Heturn of Company H, Second Regiment, ( Continued. ) 



I Prisoners. 
^ Whentk'n, 



Deceased 
When. 



Disch'd.l 



When. 



Remarks. 



43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
S8 



July 10, 



July 21, 



July 21, 



July 21, 



Aug. 5, 



Wounded at Bull Run. 

Disability. 

Wounded in leg. Confined at Richmond. 



Wounded in arm. Confined at Richmond- 
Disability. 
At Richmond. 



Deserted, July 21, 
Deserted, July 21. 



Sept. 14, 



Wttgoner. 



Disability 



IQg ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Recapitulation of Company H, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers 





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3 
















3 


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4 


1 








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1 




1 


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51 


13 


2 


g 




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■i 


1 


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Total, 


58 


14 


2 1 


9 




8 


6 


1 


98 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



FIT For 

DUTY. 



B'P 



ON 

SPECIAL 
DtJTY. 



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3; 7,4l!51l 



113)13 



IN ARREST 



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72 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Rank. 



Residence. 



Daniel F. Sargent, 
Edward L. GetchcU, 
Ralph W. Jlorse, 
Daniel Quimby, jr., 
Wm. P. Holden, 
Christopher S. Gorham, 
Elbridge F. Haskell, 

IWm. H. Eaton, 
Byron C. Gilmore, 
IMarcellus D, Joy, 



27 Captain, 
' 1st Lieut. 
' 2d Lieut. 
23 1st Scrg't, 
2C 2d Serg't, 
;2l3dSerg't, 
!21;4th Serg't, 
! I 

'24 Corporal, 
21[CorporaI, 
|28 Corpora!, 



JDate of Rank or: 
Appointment. 



Remarks. 



Brewer, 
LSangor, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Oldtown, 

Bangor, 

do 



.April 30, 
April 30. 
April 30, 
Oct. 9, 
Oct. 9, 
jOct. 9, 
Oct. 9, 
I 

Oct. 9, 
Oct. '.), 
Oct. 9, 



no 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Captain John Carroll, Company I, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Voi- 
December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
of May, 1861. Orderly Sergeant. 



d 


Names. 


6 


Residence. " 


Married 
or 


Muster'd g- , 
„ L"l° Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


^ 




<5 




Single. 


U. S fter. 






COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 












1 


John Carroll, 


28 


Bangor, 


Single, 


May 28, 






2 


Henry Casey, 


31 


do 


Married, 


do 






2 


Miles J. Sweeney, 

SERGEANTS. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Richard Kelleher, 


26 


do 


Single, 


do 






2 


Patrick J. Farrell, 


24 


do 


Married, 


do 






3 


Michael Crowley, 


24 


do 


Single, 


do 






4 


Henry Granville, 

CORPORALS. 


29 


do 


Married, 


do 






1 


Peter Mogan, 


30 


do 


do 


do 






2 


William Twomey, 


31 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Willi.im H. Boyce, 


21 


do 


Single, 


do 






4 


Dennis Mahoney, 

PRIVATES. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Birket, John 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






2 


Belcher, Thomas 


23 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Barry, Patrick 


33 


do 


Married, 


do 






4 


Banks, Jfimes A. 


30 


do 


Single. 


do 






5 


Connell, Dennis 


21 


do 


do 


do 






6 


Cunningham, Thomas, 


25 


Bradley, 


do 


do 






7 


Corcoran, Jeremiah 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






8 


Cannon, Peter 


28 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Croiford, Simon, 


40 


do 


Married, 


do 






10 


Connell, Michael 


22 


do 


Single, 


do 






11 


Conway, Edward 


22 


do 


do 


<lo 






12 


Casey, Patrick 


21 


do 


do 


do 






13 


Carroll, John, 2d 


23 


do 


do 


do 






14 


Cronan, Cornelius 


26 


do 


do 


do 






15 


Dowd, Francis 


28 


New York, 


do 


. do 






16 


Driscoll, James 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






17 


Donovan, Timothy 


25 


do 


Married, 


do 






18 


Dougherty, Charles F. 


30 


do 


do 


do 






19 


Hagerty, Peter 


28 


do 


Single, 


do 






20 


Hogan, Michael, 


21 


do 


do 


do 






21 


Higgins, John 


36 


do 


do 


do 






22 


Heffron, James 


25 




do 


do 






23 


Kelley, Thomas 


32 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






24 


Kelleher, Edward J. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






25 


Kelley, Michael, 2d 


24 


do 


do 


do 






26 


Kelley, Michael 


26 


do 


do 


do 






27 


Kelley, Thomas 


21 




do 


do 






28 


Kearse, Michael 


21 




do 


do 






29 


McAnulty, James 


28 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






30 


Mahoney, Cornelius, 


37 


do 


Married, 


do 






31 


Moore, Charles 


33 


do 


Single, 


do 






32 


McCarthy, Cornelius 


37 




do 


do 






33 


McDonough, Thomas 


23 




do 


do 






34 


McLellan, Wm. 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






35 


McKenney, Edward 


29 


do 1 


do 


do 






36 


McLaughlin, Martin 


24 


do 


do 


do 






37 


O'Mara, John 


25 


do 1 


do 


do 






38 


O'Brien, John 


22 


Veazie, 


do 


do 






39 


Peters, Patrick 


24 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






40 


Power, Richard 


18 


do 


do 


do 






41 


Robinson, James 


21 


do 


do 


do 






42 


lliley, John 


22 


do i 


do 


do 






43 


Riley, Philip 


22 


do i 


do 


do 






44 


Stuart, Charles 


38 


do i 


Married, 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



Ill 



unteers, stationed at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States; on the 28th day 

MICHAEL CROWLEY, Commanding. " 





Prisoners. 


Deceased 


Disch'd. 


Remarks. 


6 


Whentk'n. 


When. 


When. 


^ 










1 






Oct. 25, 




2 






Nov. 10, 




3 

1 






do 




2 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


3 








Ap|)ointed temporary Commander. 


4 

1 
2 
3 








Transferred to 2dN. Y. Regiment. 








In Maine on furlough. 


4 


July 21, 






At Richmond, Va. 


1 
2 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


3 
4 
5 


July 21, 






At Richmond, Va. 


6 

7 
8 
9 








Appointed 4th Corporal Aug. 14. 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


10 










11 








<( C( (C 


12 










13 








" " " 


14 










15 








Deserted Aug. 15. 


16 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


17 








(1 u a 


18 








" " " 


19 








" " " 


20 








Appointed 3d Sergeant. 


21 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


22 








Appointed 2d Corporal. 


23 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


24 








" " " 


25 






June 6, 


Defective vision. 


26 






Aug. 14, 


Consumption. 


27 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


28 










29 








Deserted, May 3. 


30 






Aug. 14. 


Disability. 


31 










32 




Aug. 10, 




Drowned in the Potomac River. 


33 








transferred to 2J N. Y. Regiment. 


34 








" " " 


35 










36 








(< C( C( 


37 








Deserted, Nov. 23, 


38 








Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


39 










40 








c( (C <c 


41 


July 18, 






At Richmond. 


42 








Deserted Sept. 15. 


43 








Deserted Sejit. 15. 


44 











112 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT, 



Return of Gomi^any I, Second Regiment, ( 


Continued. 


) 


. 






Married Muster'd 


Sick. 


Killed. " 


Names. 

o 

^1 


6 

< 


Residence. 


or into 
Single. |U. S. Ser. 


Where. 


When. 


45 Sample, John 


21 


Lincoln, 


Single, May 28, 






46 Stewart, Samuel C. 


37 


Bangor, 


Miiried, do 






47,Sheehan, Wm. 


25 


do 


Single, 


do 






48 Sharkey, Larkey 


30 


do 


Married, 


do 






49 Stone, James 


26 


do 


Single, 


do 






50 Schwitzer, George 


21 


do 


do 


do 






51 Smith, Henry 


35 


Milford, 


Married, 


do 






52 Sullivan, Frederic 


23 




Single, 


do 


Georgetown, 




53 Timmons, Stephen 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






54 Wheeler, Henry 


24 


Exeter, 


do 


do 






55 Whelan, Daniel 


40 


Milford, 


Married, 


do 






56, Walsh, Peter 


23 




Single, 


do 






RECRUITS. 














57 O'Connell, John 


22 


Portland, 


do 


July 5, 






58 Walsh, Wm. 




do 


Married, 


do 5, 






59 Carlin, Patrick 


42 


do 


do 


do 5, 






60 Kenney, Michael 


39 


do 


Single, 


do 3, 






61 Murray, John 


21 


do 


do 


do 5, 






62 Leavitt, Burnett 


23 




do 


do 1, 






63 Sullivan, Jerry 


28 




do 


do 






64 Kennedy, Stewart 


30 


Houlton, 


Married, 


do 12, 






65 Anderson, James 


30 


do 


single. 


June 3, 






66 Morrison, Samuel 


28 


do 


do 


do 3, 






67 .Smith, James S. 


34 


do 


do 


do 3, 






68 Townsend, Thomas 


24 


do 


do 


do 3, 






69 Wallace, John 


26 


do 


do 


do 3, 






70Farrell, Charles 


21 


Portland, 


do 


July 10, 






71 Driscoll, John 


32 


Houlton, 


do 


June 3, 






72Carr, Wm. 


28 


do 


do do 3, 






73 Stokes, Thomas 


32 


Portland, 


Married, ijuly 16, 






74 Murphy, Jere 


34 


do 


do 


do 10, 






75 Collins, John 


31 


do 


do 


do 16, 






76 Dougherty, Wm. 


35 


do 


do 


do 10, 






77|Deehan, Michael 


22 


do 


do 


do 16, 






78 Timmons, Thomas 


18 


Bangor, 


Single, 


Sept. 21, 






79 Fitzpatrick, John 


35 


Carmcl, 


do 


May 28, 






80 Friend, Charles 


25 


Etna, 


do 


do 






81 Flinn, James 


21 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






82|Geoghan, John 


24 


do 


do do 


Bangor, 




83 Gillogly, Hugh 


21 


do 


do do 






84 Wolden, Patrick, jr. 


30 


do 


do do 






85 McTaggart, Edward 




do 


Married, 


do 







APPENDIX D. 113 

Return of Company I, Second Begvment, {Continued.) 



Prisoners Deceased Disch'd. 
Whentk'n. When. When. 



Bemarks. 



Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 
Aug. 29, Wounded at Bull Run. Arm amputated. 

Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 

Oct. 6. Died at Georgetown. 



Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 



Appointed 3d Corporal, Aug. 14. 
Aug. 14, Disability. • 



July 21, 



Deserted, Aug. 30. 

Promoted, Corporal Color Guard. 



JTransferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 
'Discharged. Disability. 

IWounded at Bull Run. 
Hospital Steward. 

'At Richmond. t 



12 



114' ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Recapitulation of Company I, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers , 





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3 






3 


Non-Com. Officers, 


2 






1 






1 


4 


8 


Musicians & AVagoner, 




















Privates, 


42 


2 




3 


1 


6 


7 


24 


85 


Total, 


44 


2 




4 


1 


9 


8 


28 


96 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 

















PRESENT 










1 






ABSENT. 












ON 


1 










ON 




FOR 
























SICK. 


SPECIA] 


. IIN ARREST 




SICK. 


SPECIAL 






DUTY. 




DUTY. 


1 
t 




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44 



Present Organization of the Company. 




Michael Crowley, 
Richard Kelleher, 
Michael Hegan, 

James Heffran, 
John O'Connel, 
Jeremiah Corcoran, 



24 1st Serg't, 
26 2d Serg't, 

21 3d Serg't, 

25 Corporal, 

22 Corporal, 
22CorpoTal, 



Residence. jDate of Rank or Remarks. 
I Appointment. 



do 
I Portland. 
Bangor, 



Oct. 18, 1861. 

do 
Aug. 14, 1861. 

Aug. 14, 1861. 
do 
do 



116 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Fernando C. Foss, Company K, Second Regiment Infantry, Maine Vci- 
December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have taken 
day of May, 1861. JOHN C. QUIMBY, Orderly Sergeant. 



d 


Names. 


© 

<; 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Muster'd 

int 1 
U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 














1 


Fernando C. Foss, 


27 


Oldtown, 


Married. 


May 28. 






2 


Albert G. Fellows, 


26 


Bangor, 


do 


do 






3 


Albert L. Cowan, 

SERGEANTS. 


26 


Oldtown, 


Single. 


do 






1 


John C. Quimby, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






2 


William H. Hanson, 


19 


do 


do 


do 




July 21» 


3 


George A. McLellan, 


22 


Stillwater, 


do 


do 






4 


Daniel St;iples, 

CORFORALS. 


28 


Oldtown, 


Married. 


do 






1 


Charles J. Ellis, 


23 


U. Stillwater, 


Single. 


do 






2 


Americus V. Moore, 


21 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 




July 21, 


3 


Joseph A. Burlingham, 


19 


U. Stillwater, 


do 


do 






4 


Morison J. Folsom, 

MUSICIAN. 


23 


Newburg, 


do 


do 






1 


JohnT. Burnham. 

PRIVATES. 


21 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 
do 






1 


Adams, James H. 


24 


Lincoln, 


do 


do 






2 


Bridge, Elijah 


44 


Charlotte, 


do 


do 






3 


Bean, George 


26 


Dixmont, 


do 


do 






4 


Brawn, Hiram 


21 


Mil ford. 


do 


do 






5 


Brawn, Ephraim 


31 


U. Stillwater, 


Married. 


do 




• 


6 


Burlingham, Carpenter, 


36 


do 


Single. 


do 






7 


Burns, Elhanan W. 


19 


Orrington, 


do 


do 




« 


8 


Clark, Isaiah 


29 


Oldtown, 


Married. 


do 






9 


Colby, Charles S. 


42 


Lilierty, 


do 


do 






10 


Carson, Parker 


20 


Oldtown, 


Single, 


do 






11 


Cross, Edwin S. 


21 


Barnard, 


do 


do 






12 


Crandlemire, Wm. 


21 


Lee, 


do 


do 






13 


Collins, Daniel J. 


24 


N. Brunswick 


do 


do 






14 


Clay, James M. 


21 


Lincoln, 


do 


.do 


Washington , 




15 


Colby, JohnH. 


20 


Liberty, 


do 


do 






16 


Colby, Eben S. 


1 


Palermo, 


do 


do . 






17 


Colby, Benjamin 


32 


Liberty, 


Married, 


do 






18 


Dunton, Alden B. 


19 


do 


Single, 


do 






19 


Dillingham, Edwin 


18 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






20 


Evans, Hiram F. 


23 


Washington, 


do 


do 






21 


Fall, James H. 


29 


Stillwater, 


do 


do 


In quarters, \ 




22 


Fly, James 


21 


Fairfield, 


do 


do 






23 


Frye, Stephen 


30 


Oldtown, 


Married, 


do 






24 


Farrar, George H. 


21 


do 


Single. 


do 






25 


Farrar, Wm. 


23 


do 


Married, 


do 






26 


Gates, Decatur 


21 


Lincoln, 


Single, 


do 






27 


Gibbons Wm. H. 


27 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






•28 


Griffis, Thomas 


27 


do 


do 


do 






29 


Hutchings, Joseph 


35 


Milford, 


do 


do 






30 


Harriman, Reuben 


22 


Bucksport, 


do 


do 






31 


Ingalls, Hiram B. 


24 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 




• 


32 


Jellison, Wm. A. 


18 


Argyle, 


do 


do 






33 


Kieth, Otis L. 


21 


Beddington, 


do 


do 






34 


Kneeland, Alfred 


20 


Newburg, 


do 


do 






35 


Lowell, Byron 


2'i 


Hallowell, 


do 


do 






36 


Lowell, George M. 


22 


Springfield, 


do 


do 






37 


Luce, Willard A. 


18 


Washington, 


do 


do 






38 


Lewis, Albert K. 


20 


Springfield, 


do 


do 






39 


Mayberry, Wm. 


31 


Albion, 


do 


do 






40 


Morrill, Isaac 


44 


China, 


Married, 


do 






41 


Michael, Frederic A. 


22 


Stillwater, 


Single, 


do 


In quarters, 




42 


Murphy, James A. 


21 


JacksonTown 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



117 



unteers, stationed at Hall's Hill, Va., expressing its condition on the morning of 
place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 28th 

FERNANDO C. FOSS, Captain. 



Prisoners. iDeceased 
Whentk'n. When. 



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 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37. 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Remarks. 



Promoted 2d Sergeant, July 21, 
3d 

4th " " 

" 1st Corporal " 
Deserted at Willett's Point, June 8. 

Transferred to Regimental Band. 



July 15, 



Disability. 

Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 



July 21, 



Sept. 13, Disability. 



At Richmond. 



Oct. 4, Disability. 



At Richmond. 

Detached to Keyes' Brigade. 



118 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 





Return of Company K, Second Regiment, ( 


Continued. 


) 










Married 


Muster'd 


Sick. 


Killed. 


d 
(25 


Names. 


6 


Residence. 


or 
Single. 


into 
U. S. Ser. 


Where. 


When. 


43 McMullin, John H. 


25 


Alton, 


Married, 


May 28. 






44 Perham, Leander 


24 


Jefferson, 


Single. 


do 




45 Robert?, Charles H. 


32 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






46 Sweetsir, Henry W. 


21 


Newburg, 


do 


do 






47 Sawtelle, George A. 


32 


01dto>>n, 


Married, 


do 


In camp, 




48 Nye, Frank H. 


23 


Fairfield, 


Single, 


do 






49 Sawyer, John 


21 


Hermon, 


do 


do 






50 Sargent, John H. 


24 


N. Yarmouth 


do 


do 






51 Spaulding, John L. 


28 


Oldtown, 


Married, 


do 






52 Teeling, William 


18 


Springfield, 


Single, 


do 






53|Tarr, Albert H. 


21 


Prospect, 


do 


do 






54 Weed, Eben 0. 


36 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






55 Woodard, Joseph 


22 


Bowerbank, 


do 


do 






56 Walker, John B. 


25 


Fryeburg, 


do 


do 




57 Wagonski, Casper 


26 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






58 Wentworth, Alonzo 


25 


Lagrange, 


do 


do 






59,Willig, Charles W. 


20 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






60 Williams, Charles A. 


18 


Jefferson, 


do 


do 






61]Winslow, Joseph 


20 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 






62 Arnold, James B. 


18 


Westbrook, 


do 


July 11, 






63 Buxton, Stillman 


22 


Patten, 


do 


do 1, 






64, Bolton, Jacob 


IS 


Augusta, 


do 


do 5, 


In camp, 




65 Crosby, Peter 


21 


Portland, 


do 


do 15, 






66 Clark, Charles 


19 


Augusta, 


do 


do 16, 






67 Hall, Charles F. 


19 


Lincoln, 


do 


do 3,i 




68 Hartford, Augustus 


21 




do 


do 1, Annapolis, 




69 Leighton, Adrial 


21 


Westbrook, 


do 


do 15, 






70 McCann, John 


22 


Bangor, 


do 


do 15, 






71 Mayville, Henry H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 1, 






72 Orcutt, George R. 


18 


Oldtown, 


do 


do 1, 






73 


Parody, Frederic 


42 


do 


Married, 


do 3, 






74 


Spencer, Ira W. 


24 


Milford, 




do 16, 






75 


Shepley, Napoleon B. 


21 


Bangor, 


Single, 


June 29, 






76 


Whitney, Frank 


28 


Augusta, 


do 


July 4, 






77 


Leach, George W. 


25 


Oldtown, 


do 


Sept. 25, 






78 


McKinney, Robert 




Bangor, 




July 15, 







APPENDIX D. 219 

Return of Company K, Second Regiment, [Continued.) 



\ Prisoners. 


Deceased 


Disch'd. 


Remarks. 


o When tk'n. 


When. 


When. 


f5 


















44 








Deserted at Fort Corcoran, Oct. 12. 


45 






Nov. 15,'Disability. 


46 










47 










48 










49 






Promoted 4th Corporal, Nov. 15. 


50 








51 






Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 


52 






Promoted 2d Corporal, July 21. 


53: 








54 








55 
56 
57 






Transferred to 2d N. Y. Regiment. 








58 








59 








60 




Sept. 13, 


Disability. 


61 








62 




1 


63 








64 








65 






Nov. 15, 


Disability. 


66 










67 










68 










69 










70 










71 










72 










73 










74 






Nov. 8, 


Disability. 


75 








Deserted at Hall's Hill, Nov. 20. 


76 








Teamster. 


77 










78 




Aug. 9, 




Died at Washington of sun-stroke- 



120 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Recapitulation of Company K, Second Re(/iment Injantry, Maine Volunteers, 





s 

73 






^ 




to 


o 








=2 


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a 


"a 
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Oomissioned Officers, 


3 
















3 


Non-Comm'd Officers, 


5 




2 








1 




8 


Musician & Wagoner, 
















1 


1 


Privates, 


57 


C 




2 


1 


7 


2 


3 


78 


Total, 


65 


6 


2 


2 


1 


7 


3 


4 


90 



Condensed Morning Report, Dec. 1st, 1861. 



ON 

SPECIAL 

DUTY. 



6 47 56 



6 ® 



IN ARREST 



a I ° 



68 



, ON 
SPECIAL 
SERVICE. 



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3 71 



Present Organization of the Company. 





Names. 


^ 




1 


Fernando C. Foss, 


2 


Albert G. Pellows, 


3 


Albert L. Cowan, 


1 


John 0. Quimby, 


2 


George A. McLellan, 


3 


Daniel Staples, 


'4 


Charles J. Ellis, ! 


1 


Joseph A. Burlingham, ! 


2 


AlbartU. Tarr, 


3 


Frederic A. Michael, 


4 


John Sawyer, 



Rank. 



27jCaptain. 

26Jlst. Lieut., 

25; 2d. Lieut., 

23:1st. Serg't, 

22|Serg't, 

38:Serg't, 

23Serg't, 

lO^Corporal, 

21|Corporal, 

22 Corporal, 

2i;Corporal, 



Residence. 



IDateof Rank or 
[ Appointment. 



Oldtown, 
Bangor, 

do 
Oldtown, 
U. Stillwater, 
Oldtown, 1 
U. Stillwater,j.July 21, 

do April 30, 

Rockland, 
U. Stillwater,! 
Hermon, 



April 30, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



July 21, 
do 

Nov. 16. 



Remarks. 



PRESENT ORGANIZATION OF FIELD AND STAFF, SECOND REGIMENT. 



Names. 




Residence. 



[Date of Rank or 
Appointment. ! 



Remarks. 



Charles W Roberts, 
George Varney, 
Daniel Chaplain, 
John E. Reynolds, 
Samuel W. Hoskins, 
S. B Morrison, 
Augustus C. Hamlin, 
John F. Mines, 
Horatio Pitcher, 
Daniel W. Edgerly, 



Colonel, 

Lieut. Col. 

Major, 

Adjutant, 

Qr. Master, 

Surgeon. 

Ass't Surg. 

Chiiplain, 

Q M Serg't,! Bangor, 

Hosp. Stew., jDover N. 

* Released. 



Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Oldtown, 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Bath, 



(Aug. 29, 1861. 
jAug. 29, 1861. 
iSept. 13, 1861. 
May 2, 1861. 
Sept. 19, 1861. 
!Aug. 30, 1861. 
May 2, 1861. 
May 4, 1861. 



[mond, 
* Prisoner at Rich- 



APPENDIX D. 

THIRD REGIMENT. 



121 



Return of original Field arid Staff Officers of Third Regiment Lifaniri/, Maine VoJiinteers, 
showing changes which have taken place hi/ promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since en- 
tering service of the United States to December I, 1861. 



Names. 



Oliver Otis Howard 
Isaac N. Tucker 
Henry G. Staples 
Andrew J. Church 
Gideon S. Palmer 
Geo. E. Brickett 
Edwin Eurt 
Albert B. Hall 
Wm. D. Haley 
James H. Plaisted 
Joseph S. Smith 
Lorenzo D. Grafton 
Frank H. Getchell 
Clias. H. Howard 
Moses M. Wadsworth 



Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


Colonel 


Leeds 


May 28, 1861 


Prom, to Brig. -Gen. 


Lient.-Colonel 


Gardiner 


May 30, ISGl 


Discharged. 


Major 


Augusta 


May 28, 1861 


Promoted to Colonel. 


Chaplain 


do 


Mav 29, 1861 


Resigned. 


Surt^eon 


Gardiner 


Mav 30, 1861 


Prom, to Brig.-Surg. 


Asst.-Surgeon 


China 


June 20, 1861 


Promoted. 


Adjutant 


Augusta 


June 3. 1861 


Promoted to Major. 


<< 


do 


Aug. 8, 1861 


Resigned. 


Quartermaster 


Bath 


June 3, 1861 


Resigned. 


Serfft. -Major. 


Waterville 




Prom, to Adjutant. 


Quar.-Sero't. 


Bath 






Com'y-Sergt. 


Augusta 






Hosp. Steward 


Waterville 




Prom, to Asst.-Snrg. 


Drum-Major 


Leeds 




Prom, to Gen. How- 


Fife-Major 


Gardiner 




[ard's Staff. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Muster 
intn U. S. Serv. 


Remarks. 


Fenelon G. Barker 


Leader 


Augusta 


June 4, 1861 






Alvan B. Robinson 


Musician 


do 


do 






Danl. H. Backus 


do 


Gardiner 


do 






Josiah W. Bangs 


do 


Augusta 


do 






Algernon S. Bangs 


do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 




Actor P. Thompson 


do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 




Henry W. Pierce 


do 


Norridgewock 


do 






Lucius A. Allen 


do 


Saco 


do 






Adams Parker 


do 


Bath 


do 


Discharged. 




Joseph E. Howe, Jr. 


do 


HallowcU 


do 






David Berry 


do 


No. Wayne 


do 


Discharged. 




Mansfield H. Pettingill 


do 


Augusta 


do 






Emery Gilbert 


do 


Litchfield 


do 






Henry N. Fairbanks 


do 


Waterville 


do 


Transferred from Co. 


G. 


Cliaries A. Fenno 


do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 




Geo. E. Bartlett 


do 


Augusta 


do 






Peleg 0. Vickery 


do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 




Frank Gilbert 


do 


Litchfield 


do 






Danl. W. Gage 


do 


Augusta 


do 






Alonzo H. Getchell 


do 


do 


do 






Sumner L. Brick 


do 


do 


do 


Discharged. 




Frank B. Howe 


do 


Hallo well 


do 






Roland R. Fletcher 


do 


Auiiusta 


do 


Discharged. 




Edgar M. Churchill 


do 


do 


do • 


Discharged. 




James Frank 


do 


Hallowell 


do 


Transferred from Co. 


A. 


Chas. B. Haskell 


do 


Read field 


do 


Transferred from Co. 


K. 


C. B. "VVhittier 


do 


do 


do 







122 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Reuben Sawyer, Company A, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, togetlier with a complete record of the changes that liavc 
fourth day of June, 1861. ABNER W. TURNER, Orderly Sergeant. 



c 


Names. 


61 
< 


Residence. 


Married 
or 

Singte. 


Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


Sick. Killed. 
Where. When. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 














1 


Reuben Sawyer, 


39 


Bath 


Married 


June 4 






2 


John S. Wiggin, 


31 


do 


do 


do 






3 


William D. Haley, 

SERGEANTS. 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






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, 


30 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Frederick Elliot, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






5 


Charles A. Coombs, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






6 


Thomas McFadden, 


33 


do 


I\Lxrried 


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. 


33 1 do 


do 


do 








AVAGONER. 














1 


George W.. Webb. 

PRIVATES. 


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 


'Phipsburg 


do 


do 






10 


Banks, William C. 


25; Bath 


do 


do 






11 


Blair, I^ewis Iv. 


221 do 


do 


do 






12 


Bowker, .John R. 


20 Phipsburg 


do 


do 






13 


Carver, Russell 


35iLeeds 


do 


do 






14 


Cummings, Anthony 


31 Bath 


Married 


do 






15 


Curtis, Timothy B. 


23 do 


Single 


do 






16 


Donnell, George H. 


191 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 






11 


Fogg, William H. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Foley, John E. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Grassy, Joseph "W. 


33 


do 


Married 


do 






25 


Greenleaf, Cliarles PL 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






26 


Glazier, Georixe A. 


40 


do 


Married 


do 






27 


Hall, William G. 


24 


do 


Single 


do 






28 


House, Henry H. 


36 


do 


Married 


do 






29 


Henderson, liodney 


29 


do 


do 


do 






30 


Hinckley, William B. 


18j do 


Single 


do 






31 


Haley, John 


25 


Toi)shain 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



123 



Volunteers, 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 

REUBEN SAWYER, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



Deceased, 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1.5 
16 
17 
1 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23l 

24 Bull Run 
25 



Sept. 7 



Aug. 8 



July 12 



Remarks. 



Recruiting in Maine. 

Transferred to Regimental Staff, June 4. 

Appointed 2d Lieutenant, June 20. 
Transferred to Co. B. 



Appointed Sergeant, July 1. 
Transferred to Co. D., Aug. 1. 
Appointed Sergeant, July 1. 
Transferred to Co. 1., Aug. 2. 



Transferred to Regimental Band, June 4. 



Deserted, July 21. 



July 16 



Sept. 24 



Au2. 5 



Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 



Confined at Richmond. 



124 adjutant-general's report. 

Return of Company A, Third Regiment, (^Continued.') 



32 Howard William C. 

33 Hiitchins, Reuben F. 

34 Hughes, Willium 

35 Hatcli, Kobeit S. 

36 Larraliee, Alfred P. 

37 Lombard, Joseph H. 

38 Lord, Martin V. 

39 Lemont, Adam 

40 Lemont, George W. 

41 Look, James J. 

42 Leavitt, Moses F. 

43 Little, John L. 

44 Longfellow, John B. H. 

45 Maim, Joseph 

46 Morgan, Robert J. 

47 Morris, Georire S. 

48 Ncwcomb, Jonathan Jr. 

49 Norton, Charles M. 

50 Osgood, Charles N. 

51 Oliver, Wesley 

52 Prince, Cliarles M. 

53 Preble, Edgar W. 

54 Parris William B. 

55 Ramsay, Edwin R. 

56 Raymond. John H. 

57 Russell, Edwin A. 

58 Rook, James C. 

59 Ridley, John 

60 Sprague, Oilman S. 

61 Stone, Frederick W. 

62 Stilphen, Nathan 

63 Small, Henry S. 

64 Shephard, Franklin 

65 Shattuck, Levi P. 

66 Shaw, Edward P. 

67 Turner, Hiram A. 

68 Vaughan, David N. 

69 Walker, John 

70 Wolston, John A. 

71 Watson, Charles T. 

72 Wright, Oeorge M. 

73 Evans, William A. 

74 Kmery Augustus F. 
75|Franeis Page T. 
VGlStone, William M. 



Residence. 



29|Essex, Mass. 

22 Phipsburg 
21 1 Woolwich 

20 Bowdoinham 
29 Bath 

26, do 

23 j do 
22!Brnnswick 
19 Bath 

19| do 
19^ do 
221 do 

2 1 Woolwich 
23' Bath 

18 Syracuse, N.Y 
is; Bath 
26; do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

18 Woolwich 
18 Bath 



26 



do 
do 
do 



20iPhipsburg 



Bath 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Wiscasset 
Bath 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Woolwich 

do 
Phipsburg 
Leeds 
Gardiner 



Married | Mustered 

into 
Single. U. S. Ser. 

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 
do 
do' 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Married 

Single 

do 

do 

do 

Married 

do 
Single 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Married 

do 

Single 

Married 

Single 

do 
Married 

do 

Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

;\Iarried 

Single 

Married 

Single 

Single 

do 

do 

Married 

Sinirle 

do 

do 

Single 

do 

do 

do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
W lieu. 



Reg'l Hosp 
Reg'l Hosp 



Reg'l Hosp 
Reg'l Hosp 



Reg'l Hosp 



Reg'l Hosp 



APPENDIX D. 



125 



Return of Company A, Third Regiment, {Coniimed.') 



Prisoners. 

^ I When 
Z I taken. 

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 

63 • 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 



Deceased. 

When. 



Sept. 8 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Aug. 3 
Sept. 8 



Remarks. 



Oct. 17 



Sept. 7 



June 29 



Appointed Corporal, July 1. 



Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 
July 1. 



Transferred from Co. C. 9th Maine, Oct. 



126 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company A, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


serted. 


ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
10 

56 


7 




1 


1 


11 


1 


6 


2 
10 

83 


Total 


68 


7 




1 


1 


11 


1 


6 


95 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















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Absent. 












On 


In 
Arrest. 






On 






For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 










Duty. 






Service. 








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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 







Names. 


d 
ti. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


<5 




< 






ment. 




1 


Reuben Sawyer 


39 


Captain 


Bath 


June 3 




2 


John S. Wipgin 


31 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


George W. Harvey 


27 


2d Lieut. 


flo 


June 20 




1 


Abner W. Turner 


35 


Sergeant 


Bath 


April 22 




2 


George C. Hudson 


32 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Lincoln Litchtield 


29 


do 


do 


June 4 




4 


Charles T. Hooper 


29 


do 


do 


July 1 




5 


Charles H. Sampson 


30 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Thomas G. Campbell 


27 


Corporal 


Bath 


April 22 




2 


Charles A. Coombs 


24 


do 


do 


June 4 




3 


Thomas McFadden 


33 


do 


do 


do 




4 


John A. Lord 


39 


do 


do 


do 


\ 


5 


Charles N. Osgood 


25 


do 


do 


Julv 1 




6 


Daniel N. Vaughan 


23 


do 


do 


do 




7 


Hiram A. Turner 


22 


do 


do 


Sept. 1 




8 


Timothy B. Curtis 


23 


do 


do 


do 




1 


William M. Stone 


18 


Drum'er 


Gardiner 


Oct. 7 





128 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Edwin A. Bachekler, Company B, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, tqgether with a complete record of the changes that have 
fourth day of June, 1861. WARREN COX, Orderly Sergeant. 







. 


Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 


Killed. 


6 


Names. 




Residence. 


or 


into 


Where. 


When. 


§_ 




< 




Single. 


U. S. Ser. 








COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 














1 


Edwin A. Baehelder, 


27 


Augusta 


Single 


June 4 






2 


Albert B. Hall, 


22 


do 


Married 


do 






3 


Edwin Burt. 

SERGEANTS. 


38 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Warren Cox, 


28 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


William H. Briggs, 


24 


Monmouth 


do 


do 






3 


.Jacob P. Morrill, 


18 


Readticld 


do 


do 






4 


0. W. Gardner, 


23 


Hallowell 


do 


do 






5 


George W. Annable. 

CORPORALS. 


19 


Augusta 


do 


■ do 






1 


Charles C. Drew, 


26 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


William T. Smith, 


22 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Albert H. Tirrell, 


22 Weymouth, Ms 


do 


do 






4 


James G- Cummings, 


23 Manchester 


do 


do 






5 


Everett M. Whitchouse, 


23 China 


do 


do 






6 


Uiifus T. Crockett, 


28; Augusta 


Married 


do 






7 


Hannibal A. Johnson, 


20 Hallowell 


Single 


do 






8 


Asa C. Rowc. 

MUSICIANS. 


23 


Augusta 


do 


do 






1 


Augustus Jack, 


39 


Gardiner 


Married 


do 






2 


Alfred H. Wilson. 

WAGONER. 


22 


Bowdoinham 




do 






1 


Frank E. Sager. 

PRIVATES. 


25 


Hallowell 


Married 


do 






1 


Burbier, Frank 


18 


Lewiston 


Single 


do 




. 


2 


Bacon, Calvin 


18 


Sidney 


do 


do 






3 


Bartlett, George E. 


19 


Augusta 


do 


do 






4 


Bean, George M. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Burns, James S. 


18 


W. Gardiner 


do 


do 






6 


Barker, Enoch'M. 


20 


Troy 


do 


do 






7 


Call, Nathan H. 


18 


Augusta 


do 


do 






8 


Caswell, Francis M. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Card, Lewis H. 


43 


Brunswick 


do 


do 






10 


Chase, John F. 


18 


Augusta 


do 


do 






11 


Church, Horace, 


19 


do 


do 


do 






12 


Clark, William 0. 


18 


Belfast 


do 


do 






13 


Cram, Ansel H. 


20 


Mt. Vernon 


do 


do 






14 


Cromett, George L. 


19 


Augusta 


do 


do 






15 


Bagley, William 


18 


Clinton 


do 


do 






16 


Bean, Homer S. 


27 


Augusta 


do 


do 






17 


Brown, L. S. 


38 


Readfield 




do 






18 


Cross, Eugene W. 


22 


Vassal boro' 


do 


do 






19 


Caldwell, William P. 


43 


Readfield 


do 


do 




* 


20 


Cram, Benjamin J. 


30 


Readfield 


do 


do 






21 


Cunniny:ham, Richard 


37 


Augusta 


Married 


do 






22 


Davis, George 


22 


Unity 


Single 


do 






23 


Delano, Charles S. 


20 


Augusta 


I\L>rried 


do 






24 


Devine, Joseph 


24 


do 


do 


do 






25 


Fi^k, Allen 


20 


Fayette 


Single 


do 






26 


Folsom, Elias W. 


21 


Augusta 


do 


do 






27 


Fox, John 


21 


do 


Married 


do 






28 


Farnham, Orrin G. 


19 


Bath 


Single 


do 






29 


Gannett, Frederick 


21 


Auiiusta 


do 


do 






30 


Gardner, Harry W. 


18 


Hallowell 


do 


do 






31 


Gram, Leonard J. 


40 


Augusta 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



129 



Volunteers, 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 

EDWIN A. BACHELDER, Captain. 



o 


Prisoners. 
When 
taken 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


1 












2 






Nov. 28 


Appointed Adjutant, Aug. 8. 




3 








May 29. 




1 
2 












3 












4 












5 






July 1 


On account of lame ancle. 




1 


Bull Run 










2 








Promoted to Lieutenant, 13th Maine Vol. 




3 






Aug. 






4 
5 






Julyl 






6 
7 
8 








Promoted to Sergeant, July 28. 














1 












2 












1 








Returned to ranks, Nov. 8. 




1 
2 












3 








Transferred to Regimental Band. 




4 












5 






Aug. 21 






6 












7 












8 












9 






, 


Stricken from roll for misbehavior. 




10 






June 23 






11 












12 












13 












14 












15 












16 












17 






June 23 






18 






Aug. 2 


• 




19 












20 






Sept. 23 






21 












22 








Deserted, Aug. 12, from Camp Fesscndcn. 




23 








Appointed Corporal, July 7. Reduced to ranks 


Scpt.l. 


24 












25 


^ 


. 




(< i< (( « li 


(( 


26 












27 








Deserted, Oct. 1. 




28 












29 








Appointed Corporal, Nov. 8. 




30 












31 






Sept. 23 







130 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company B, Third Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



32 Goodwin, Edwin 

33 Hobhs, Harrison D. 

34 Haskell, Abner 

35 Hatch, Hartwell 

36 Horn, Elijah S. 
37 1 Jones, John 

38 Leighton, Harvey N. 
39|Leland, Ezra W. 
40 Lyon, William H. 

Kittridge, Orin 

Kelle}-, Major 

Merrill, Reuel 

McDavitt, William, Jr. 

McDonald, William 

Murphv, John W. 

Mills, Allen W. 

McGregor, James W. 

Myrick, Samuel A. 

Nason, William, Jr. 

NoiTis, Charles F. 

Packard, Ehen 
531 Partridge, Allen 
54 j Pease, Thomas O. 
55 Piper, Greenlief G. 

Remick, Emerson 

Riimrill, James C. 

Sanborn, Edw. W. 
59 Scales, Stephen M. 
60!Smith, Edward L. 
61 1 Stevens, Charles M. 
62|Seli)ing, Lewis 

63 Sparks, Winship 

64 Smith, Ivory G. 

65 Sedgley, Joseph 

66 Sedgley, Benjamin 

67 Thompson, Frank M. 

68 Thompson, George H. 

69 Trask, Reuel 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. 

Donnell, Edwin P. 

Pierce, Edward C. 

SOJHvde, Robert 
81 1 Oliver, Eben F. 

82 Howe, David 

83 Pease, Daniel, Jr. 



79 







Married 


Mustered 


£ 


Residence. 


or 


into 


be 

< 
39 




Single. 


U.S.Ser. 


Hallowell 


Single 


June 4 


18 


Clinton 


do 


do 


25 


Readtield 


do 


do 


30 


Augusta 


do 


do 


22 


do 


do 


do 


22 


do 


do 


do 


21 


do 


do 


do 


20 


Biddeford 


Married 


do 


21 


Manchester 


Single 


do 


19 


Richmond 


do 


do 


40 


Hallowell 


Married 


do 


20 


Augusta 


Single 


do 


19 


do 


do 


do 


26 


do 


do 


do 


22 


do 


do 


do 


18 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 


18 


Augusta 


do 


do 


19 


Unity 


do 


do 


18 


Augusta 


do 


do 


18 


Whitefield 


do 


do 


18 


Augusta 


do 


do 


19 


do 


do 


do 


28 


do 


Married 


do 


25 


Starks 


Single 


do 


18 


Augusta 


do 


do 


21 


Bowdoinhatn 


do 


do 


20 


Windsor 


do 


do 


22 


Augusta 


Married 


do 


25 


Smithville 


Single 


do 


24 


Belgrade 


do_ 


do 


24 


Augusta 


Married 


do 


26 


Bowdoinham 


Single 


do 


44 


do 


Married 


do 


30 


do 


do 


do 


19 


do 


Single 


do 


30 


Athens 


do 


• do 


19 


Augusta 


do 


do 


20 


Windsor 


do 


do 


21 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 


42 


Augusta 


Married 


do 


38 


do 




do 


19 


Winthrop 


Single 


do 


33 


China 


do 


do 


27 


Augusta 


do 


do 


24 


Winslow 


do 


do 


26 


Lvnn, Mass. 


do 


do 


24 


Bath 


do 


do 


24 


Augusta 


do 


Aug. 8 


28 


Brunswick 


do 


Oct. 1 


33 


Woolwich 


Married 


Oct. 7 


25 


Skowhegan 


Single 


Oct. 25 


25 


(Augusta 


Married 


July 4 



Sick. 
Where. 



Washington 



Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



131 



Return of Company B, Third Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



i 


Prisoners. 
Wlieii 
taken 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


32 










33 










34 










35 










36 










37 


Bull Run 








38 










39 










40 










41 










42 






June 20 




43 
44 








Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 
<< 11 << 


46 










47 
48 










49 
50 


~" 








51 










52 










53 






Sept. 23 




54 










55 










56 








Appointed Corporal, Nov. 8. 


57 










58 










59 










60 










61 










62 










63 










64 










65 








Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 


66 










67 










68 










69 










70 










71 


Bull Run 








72 






Aug. 




73 










74 


Bull Run 








75 








• 


76 










77 






June 




78 








Transferred from Co. A. Appointed 1st Lieut., Aiip-. 8 


79 








App'd 2d Lieut., Aug. 8. Transferred from lOtli Mass 


80 










81 










82 










83 






Nov. 11. 





132 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Comiiany B, Tldrd Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present &l Absent. 


Prison- 
ers. 


be- Dis- De- Trans- -p-.-i 
ceased, charged, serted. ferred. 




Fit for 
Duty. 


1 Killed. 
Sick. 


Commissioned Officers 3 
Non-Com. Officers 12 
Musicians & Wagoner 1 
Privates 52 


1 

1 
5 


1 
3 




4 
12 2 


4 
1 


7 
18 

2 
75 


Total 1 68 


7 


4 i 16 2 


5 


102 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Pb 


GSENT. 


















Ab 


SENT. 












Ox 


In 

Arrest. 








On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 










Duty. 








Service. 








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1 


78 



Present Organization of the Company. 











Date of 




6 


Name. 


UD 


Rank. Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 




< 




ment. 




1 


Edwin A. Bachelder 


27 


Captain Augusta 


May 29 


Trans, from Co. A. 


2 


Edw. P. Donnell 


24 


1st Lieut. Bath 


Aug. 8 


TransfciTcd from 8th 


3 Edward C. Pierce 


24 


2d Lieut. 


Augusta 


do 


[Mass. Vol. 


1 Warren Cox 


28 


Sergeant 


Augusta 


May 14 




2 William H. Bii-gs 


24 


do 


Monmouth 


do 




3>Iacob P. Morrill 


18 


, do 


Readficld 


do 




4 Rufus G. Crockett 


28 


do 


AugusTa 


July 28 




5 Ciiarles W. Gardiner 


23 


do 


Hallowell 


May 14 




1 Everett M. Whitehouse 


23 


Corporal 


China 


May 14 




21 Hannibal A Johiisou 


20 


do 


Hallowell 


do 




3 William McDonald 


26 


do 


Auo-usta 


Sejit. 1 




4 .Joseph Sedgley 


30 


do 


Bowdoinham 


do 




5 Asa C. Rowe 


23 


do 


Augusta 


May 14 




6, William McDavitt 


19 


do 


do 


Sept. 1 




7JEmersoii Kcniick 


18 


do 


do 


Nov. 8 


. 


8 


Frederic Gannett 


21 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Augustus Jack 


39 


Musician 


Gardiner 


May 30 




2 


Alfred H. Wilson 


22 


do 


Bowdoinham 


June 3 





134 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. "William E. Jarvis, Company C, Third Regiment Infantry, IMaine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fom-thdayof June, 1861. THOMAS J. NO YES, Orderly Sergeant. 











Married 


Mustered 




1 


1 


Names. 


6 

be 
<_ 


Residence. 


or 
Single. 


into 
U. S. Ser. 


Siclf. 
Wliere. 


Killed. 
Wlien. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 














1 


William E. Jarvis, 


36 


Gardiner 


Married 


June 4 






2 


James j\I. Colson, 


47 


do 


do 


do 






3 


George S. Andrews, 

SERGEANTS. 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






1 


Moses S. Wadsworth, 


47 


do 


Married 


do 






2 


John S. Moore, 


28 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Horatio N. Jarvis, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Thomas G. Noyes, 


20 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Samuel W. Kimball. 

CORPORALS. 


31 


do 


Married 


do 






1 


Henry P. Worcester, 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


Benjamin F. Pincin, 


44 


do 


Married 


do 






3 


Westbrook Deane, 


32 


do 


do 


do 






4 


George E. Grover, 


25 


W. Gardiner 


Single 


do 






5 


Walter L. Bovnton, 


20 


E. Pittston 


do 


do 






6 


Ellis W. Aver, 


31 


Gardiner 


do 


do • 






7 


Melviu S. Hutchinson, 


26 


do 


Married 


do 




' 


8 


Hubbard C. Smith, 

MUSICIANS. 


26 


W. Gardiner 


Single 


do 






1 


Leander C. Hinckley, 


28 


Gardiner 


Single 


do 






2 


Sidney Patten, 

AVACxONEK. 


18 


do 


do 


do 
do 






1 


Hiram E. Davis, 

PRIVATES. 


20 


do 


Single 


do 






1 


Bovnton, John G. 


19 


E. Pittston 


Single 


do 






2 


Babb, Hiram 


25 


W. Gardiner 


do 


do 






3 


Brann, Alvin 


21 


Farmingdale 


do 


do 






4 


Brookings, Daniel 


19 


Pittston 


do 


do 






5 


Burns, Michael 


28 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






6 


Colburn, Hiram W. 


18 


Pittston 


do 


do 






7 


Chick, John 


19 


Monmouth 


do 


do 






8 


Crawford, Parliu 


21 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






9 


Dale Horace 


17 


do 


do 


do 






10 


Dalton, John C. 


26 


do 


Married 


do 






11 


Dennis, John S. 


43 


do 


do 


do 






12 


Emerson, James S. 


28 


Chelsea 


do 


do 






13 


Fairbanks, Henry 


18 


W. Gardiner 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




14 


Fall, Hamden A. 


21 


Gardiner 


do 


do 




15 


Fall, Sylvester S. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






16 


Foy, Charles H. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






17 


Gardner, Charles 


19 


Bowdoinham 


do 


do 






18 


Grant, Lewis E. 


25 


Litchfield 


do 


do 






19:Grover, Lincoln 


26 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






20 Haskell, Rcuel 


20 


Augusta 


Single 


do 






21 Harlow, Joseph C. 


21 


Auburn 


Married 


do 






22 Heath, Aiulicw 


19 


Whitetield 


Single 


do 






23 Heath, WiUard R. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






24 Horn, William 


19 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






25 Houghton, George M. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






26]IIunt, Seth 


23 


E. I'ittston 


do 


do 






27 Huntington, William K. 


28 


Litchfield 


do 


do 






28 Hutchinson, Albion T. 


32 


Gardiner 


do 


do 






29 Hutchinson, George H. 


26 


do 


Married 


do 






30 Jonliin, William 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






31 


Kimball, James W. 


26 


do 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



135 



Volunteers, 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 
GEORGE S. ANDREWS, Lieutenant Commanding. 



Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 



Deceased, 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Oct. 8. 
Oct. 12. 

Aug. 8. 



Aug. 8. 



Remarks. 



Promoted to Captain, Oct. 8. 

" 1st Lieutenant, Oct. 

Transferred to Regimental Staff. 
Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, Oct. f 

" 1st Sergeant, " 

Disability, 



Promoted to Sergeant. 

Reduced to Ranks. 

Reduced to Ranks. 

Reduced to Ranks. 
Promoted to Sergeant. 



Disability. 



Date un- 
known. 



Dropped from roll at Augusta. 
Dropped from roll at Augusta. 



Said to have died, July 27. 
Deserted, July 21. 



136 adjutant-general's report. 

Reiiirn of Company C, Third Regiment, ( Continued.') 



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 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 



Lanflers, Benjamin 
Landers, Charles M. 
Lawrence, Hiram L. 
Leif^hton, William 
Martin, Charles IL 
Maxcev, Danfbrtii M. 
McLoiid, Charles F. 
Mooilv, Daniel M. 
Morrill, George T. 
Morrill, Horace 
Meader, Darius 
Morrison, Josej)!! C. 
Murray, Michael 
Neal, Lyman C. 
Newhali, John L. 
Nichols. George W. 
Nudd, Ferdinand A. 
Packard, Almon J. 
Peacock, William H. 
Peacock, Cyrus S. 
Perry, Jose|)h J. 
Plummer, S. B. 
Potter, Alvin A. 
Potter, David 
Robinson, William H. 
Sawyer, John, 1st 
Sawyer, John, 2d 
Spea, Joseph A. 
Spear, George F. 
Spear, Charles H. 
Stevens, Hiram B. 
Stevens, George W. 
Stewart, Josepli W. 
Sturtevant, William H. 
Thompson, Ari 
Trask, Franklin 
Wakefield, Stephen D. 
Walker, Nathan Jf. 
Washburn, George M. 
Weeks, Grrin H.' 
Welch, Charles H. 
WiglK, William 
Williams, James F. 
Winslow. Charles B. 
Quint, Natlian E. 
iTobey, William H. 



Residence. 



Litchfield 

Danville 

Gardiner 

Augusta 

Canaan 

Gardiner 



32! E. Pittston 



Wiscasset 
W. Gardiner 
Litchfield 
Gardiner 

do 
Augusta 
Pittston 

do 
W. Gardiner 

26 Gardiner 

24 W. Gardiner 
do 
Litchfield 
Monmouth 

23J Pittston 

18j do 

29 Gardiner 



do 
Westbrook 
E. Pittston 
Gardiner 

do 

do 

do 
E. Pittston 
Gardiner 
39l W. Gardiner 
20 Pittston 
Gardiner 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
j23 do 
ISlBath 



Married 

or 
Single. 



Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 



Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
MarrieJ 
Single 
Married 
Single 
I do 



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 
do 
do 
<io 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sick. 
Wliere. 



In Camp 



Camp Hos. 



Killed. 
When. 



Camp Hos. 



Alexandria 



1 '^1 
APPENDIX D. '^ 

Return of Compamj C, Third Regiment, iContimed.) 




32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

4 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 
53 
54 
55 
56, 
57 Bull Run 

58' 

591 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66, 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 



I Disability 



Disability. 
Disability. 



Aug. 



Oct. 17. 



Aug. 21. 



Deserted, Sept. 2. 
Disability. 



Dropped from roll at Augusta.- 



10 



138 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company C, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 



Total 



Present & Absent. 



Fit for 
Duty. 



2 
9 
2 

58 



71 



Sick. 



Killed. 



Prison- 
ers. 



1 



De- 


Dis- 


De- 


Trans- 


ceased. 


charged. 


serted. 


ferred. 




2 








1 




1 




1 






5 


4 


2 


3 


5 


8 


2 


4 



Total. 



4 

11 

3 

78 



96 



The privates marked Transferred, never went from Augusta with the company. 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















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76 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




k 


Names. 


< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 

2 
3 


George S. Andrews 
John S. Moore 


22 

28 


1st Lieut. 
2d Lieut 


Gardiner 
do 


Oct. 3 

do 


Commanding Co. 


1 
2 
3 
4 


Thomas J. Noyes 
Horatio N. Jarvis 
Henry P. Worcester 
Hubbard C. Smith 


21 
23 
21 
26 


Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 


Gardiner 
do 
do 
do 


Oct. 3 
do 
do 
do 




1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


George E. Grover 
Lewis E. Grant 
Benjamin F. Pincin 
Ellis W. Aver 
Nathan E. Quint 




Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 


W. Gardiner 

Litchfield 

Gardiner 

do 

do 


Oct. 3 
do 
do 
do 
do 





140 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Eeturn of Capt. C. A. L. Sampson, Company D, Third Eegiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fourth day of June, 1861. WILLIAM H. HIGGINS, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

C. A. L. Sampson, 
William H. Watson, 
Warren R. Mattson. 

SERGEANTS. 

Benjamin Stimpson, 
William H. Higgins, 
Moses 0. Crafts, 
Alfred S. Merrill, 
Otis W. Williams. 

CORPORALS. 

Woodbury Hall, 
Warren A. Mattson, 
Charles W. CouiUiard, 
Eben S. Allen, 
Francis Lightbody, 
Charles H. Stimpson, 

MUSICIANS. 

Warren W. Goud, 
Charles B. Elliot. 

WAGONER. 

Lyman P. Wildes. 

PRIVATES. 

Adams, Daniel 
Allen, Ivory T. 
Appleby, Levi 
Brown, Thomas A. 
Brackley, Oliver F. 
Brown, George S. 
Berr\', Charles E. 
Brown, Barnbridge P. 
Bliss, George F. 

10 Carlisle, Miles 

11 Church, William 

12 Crooker, James L. 
1.3 Campbell, Archibald 

14 Carleton, Jotham S. 

15 Collins, James W. 

16 Dunton, Hartley K. 

17 Durhivm, Charles R. 

18 Durgin, Isaac 

19 Dickson, Richard 

20 Dodge, Stephen A. 

21 Eaton, Dexter 

22 Fletcher, James 
2.3 Farnham, Turner 
24 Farnham, George 
2.5 Glass, Moses 

26 Getchell, John Q. 
27|Getchell, Nelson R. 

28 Gilpatrick, Nathaniel 

29 Higgins, Josiah M. 

30 Harrington,- William K. 

31 Higsins, Samuel M. 

32 Hall, Samuel M. 

33 Hall, Thomas P. 



< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
Wlien. 


36 


Bath 


Married 


June 4 






30 


do 


do 


do 






44 


do 


do 


do 






33 


do 


Married 


do 






38 


Phipsburg 


do 


do 






40 


Bath 


do 


do 






32 


do 


do 


do 






43 


do 


do 


do 






29 


Woolwich 


Man-ied 


do 






25 


Bath 


do 


do 






22 


do 


Single 


do 






38 


do 


Married 


do 






35 


do 


do 


do 






30 


do 


Single 


do 






21 


Topsham 


Single 


do 






20 


Bowdoiuham 


do 


do 






22 


Bath 


Single 


do 






44 


Bath 


Married 


do 






25 


do 


Single 


do 






20 


Bowdoinham 


do 


do 






28 


Bath 


Married 


do 






21 


do 


do 


do 






23 


do 


do 


do 






19 


do 


Single 


do 






25 


Bowdoinham 


do 


do 






18 


Dresden 


do 


do 






36 


Bath 


Man-ied 


do 


Hospital 




40 


do 


do 


do 






21 


do 


Single 


do 






28 


do 


Married 


do 






35 


do 


do 


do 


In Quarters 




35 


do 


do 


do 






18 


do 


Single 


do 






20 


do 


do 


do 






25 


do 


do 


do 






32 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Woolwich 


Single 


do 






29 


Bath 


Married 


do 


In Quarters 




43 


do 


do 


do 






22 


Woolwich 


Single 


do 






24 


do 


do 


do 






39 


Bath 


Married 


do 






23 


Woolwich 


Single 


do 






:35 


Bath 


Married 


do 






:20 


Bowdoinham 


Single 


do 






'29 


West Bath 


do 


do 






35 


Bath 


Marriec 


do 






37 


do 


do 


do 






22 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Woolwich 


Single 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



141 



Volunteers, 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. It. WATSON, Commanding. 



i 


Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks, 




1 








Acting Major. 




2 








Commanding Company. 




3 






Aug. 2 


Disability. 




1 






Sept. 21 


Disability. 




2 








Appointed 1st Sergeant, Sept. 21. 




3 






Sept. 18 


Wounded at Bull Run. 




4 








Acting 1st Lieutenant. 




5 








Appointed 4th Sergeant, Sept. 21. 




1 








Appointed 2d Sergeant, Sept. 21. 




2 








5th 




3 








Reduced to ranks, Sept. 1. 




4 












5 












6 












1 












2 












1 


. 










1 












2 






Sept. 23 


By special order No. 69. 




3 












4 
5 
6 

7 
8 






Oct. 31 


Disability. 








Aug. 2 


Disability. 














9 












10 












11 












12 






July- 


Disability. 




13 












14 












15 






Aug. 8 


Dis^ibility. 




16 












17 






July — 


Disability. 




18 












19 










1 


20 












21 












22 












23 












24 












25 












26 












27 












28 












29 












30 






Aug. 9 


Disability. 




31 








Appointed Coi"poral, Sept. 1. 




32 












33 













142 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company D, Third Regiment^ ( Continued.') 



34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

4-2 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

5i> 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

6 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

6 

68 

69 

70 

71 



Names. 



Harrington, Frederick B. 
Jameson, James 
Kirkpatrick, James A. 
Kennison, Albion 
Linilsey, William W. 
Lakin, Jolin 
Leonard, Solon 
Leavitt, Ahijali 
Mclntire, Josiah K. 
Mclntire, Joseph H. 
Merry, Samuel B. 
Mclntire, Tallman L. 
Merry, Albert S. 
McKinnon, Allen 
Mulligan, Alexander 
Pratt, Gustavus D. 
Peaslee, Leonard 
Penny, Stephen B. 
Purrinpjton, Joseph E. 
Pettino-ill, Stephen F. 
Parshley, John R. 
Ilinir, David 
Stewart, Charles 
Shaw, Thomas, Jr. 
Stilphen, Albert G. 
Sanborn, Robert F. 
Stewart, Andrew H. 
Shaw, Henry H. 
Stinson, Edward C. 
Snell, Charles F. 
Sanborn, Martin E. 
Sedgeley, Nathan W. 
Stinfon, John F. 
Tibbets, James F. 
Trask, William T. 
Trull, Charles E. 
Thompson, Asa C. 
Trott, Thomas T. 
72J Williams, Melville C. 

73 Wakefield, Jeremiah 

74 Wildes, Daniel B. 

75 Tallman, James H. 

76 Williams, Daniel 

77 Leach, Wells H. 



< 


Residence. 


Marnea 

or 
Single. 


Jiusterea 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


• Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


27 


Bath 


Married June 4 






24 


do 


Single 


do 






23 


do 


do 


do 






30 


do 


Married 


do 






21 


do 


Single 


do 






41 


do 


Married 


do 






31 


Woolwich 


do 


do 






21 


HarpswcU 


Single 


do 






20 


Bath 


do 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 






30 


Woolwich 


Married 


do 






21 


Phipsburg 


Single 


do 






31 


Bath 


Married 


do 






24 


do 


do 


do 






36 


do 


do 


do 






31 


do 


do 


do 






26 


do 


do 


do 


In Quarters 




40 


do 


do 


do 


do 




28 


do 


do 


do 






25 


do 


do 


do 






21 


do 


Single 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 






39 


do 


Married 


do 






29 


do 


do 


do 






22 


Dresden 


Single 


do 






38 


Bath 


do 


do 




July 21 


18 


do 


do 


do 






20 


Woolwich 


do 


do 






22 


do 


do 


do 






18 


Bath 


do 


do 






20 


do 


do 


do 






31 


Bowdoinham 


Married 


do 






18 


Bath 


Single 


do 






23 


do . 


Married 


do 


Hospital 




19 


do 


Single 


do 






21 


do 


do 


do 






42 


do 


Married 


do 






23 


Woolwich 


do 


do 






25 


Bath 


do 


do 






21 


do 


Single 


do 






34 


do 


Married 


do 






23 


do 


■do 


do 






44 


Augusta 


do 


do 






22 


Bath 


Single 


do 







ATPENDIX D. 



143 



Return of Company D, Third Regiment, ( Continued.} 



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 



Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Aug. 21 



Sept. 23 



Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 



July — 



Aug. 8 



July — 

Aug. 2 
Sept. 21 



Sept. 23 



Disability. 

Appointed Corporal, Aug. 1. 

Appointed Corporal, Sept. 21. 
Disability. 



Disability. 

Disability. 

Disability. 



By special order No. 69. 



June 
June 



Appointed Corporal, Sept. I. 
Promoted to Quarter-Master, Sept. I. 
Disability. 
Disability. 



144 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company D, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Dis- 

cliarged. 


De- Trans- 
serted. ferred. 






Fit for 1 a- ,, 
Duty. 1 ^'^^■ 


Killed. 


ers. ceased. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


1 j 
9 1 
3 
52 6 


1 




2 


1 
2 

15 


1 


3 

11 

3 

76 


Total 65 ell 


2 


18 


1 


93 



Condensed Morning Report, Decemher \st, 1861. 















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Duty. ^««="- 






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Sick. 


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Present Organization of the Company. 



William H. Watson 
Alfred S. Merrill 

William H. TTi^gins 
Woodliiirv liall 
Eben S. Allen 
Oils Williams 
Warren A. Mattson 



1 Francis Lightbody 
2|Charies H. Stimpson 

3 Samnel B. Merry 

4 Henry H. Sliaw 

5 Samuel M. Hiu-^ins 

6 Frederick B Harrington 
7 [Daniel B. Wildes 

8 Albert S. Merry 



Rank. 



Residence. 



30 I St Lieut. Bath 
32J2dLieut. I do 

38 Sergeant Phipsburg 
29] do i Woolwich 
38 j do !Bath 
43, do j do 
25; do do 

35 ! Corporal j Bath 

30 1 do do 

30 do Woolwich 

20' do do 

37 do Bath 

27 do do 

34 do I do 

21 do do 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


April 27 
do 


Com'g Company. 
Acting 1st Lieut. 


Sept. 21 
do 




Sept. 1 

Sept. 21 

do 




June 4 




do 




August 1 




do 




Sept. 1 
do 




Sept. 21 
do 





146 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Jolin M. Nash, Company E, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fourth day of June, 1861. GEORGE S. FULLER, Orderly Sergeant. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

1 John M. Nash, 

2 John W. Sun horn, 

3 Gorhani S. Johnson. 

SERGEANTS. 

George O. Getchell, 
Geprge S. Fuller, 

3 George A. Nye, 

4 Henry A. Albee, 
George 0. Russell. 

COUrORALS. 

1 Jackson M. Libhey, 

2 Charles M. Burs ley, 

3 John F. Hob! IS, 

4 Samuel Wannofsky, 

5 Stephen Russell, 

6 George H. Sampson, 
Elijah Allen, Jr. 
William F. Richards. 

MUSICIANS. 

1 Augustus L. Dunn, 
Frank B. Howe. 

WAGONER. 

Henry S. Currier. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Allen, Thomas S. 

2 Atherton, Horatio N. 

3 Buswell, Albert S. 

4 Bragg, William F. 

5 Burns, Hugh 

6 Booker, William H. 

7 Burgess, Erastus B. 

8 Bryant, John W. 

9 Bailey, Jeremiah C. 

10 Bailey, George W. 

11 Brown, William H. 

12 Choat, Horace E. 

13 Calaghan Daniel • 

14 Ciioat, James S. 

15 Chamberlain, George L. 

16 Colcord, Edwin A. 

17 Carter, Henry C. 

18 Carr, Joseph D. 

19 Crosby, Rodney 

20 Church, Nathaniel G. 

21 Clough, George 

22 Cunningham, Almond 

23 Douglass, George F. 

24 Dalton, Charles J. 

25 Dearborn, George H. 

26 Dodge, Charles M. 

27 Emerson, Hazen H. 

28 Emerson, William J. 

29 Emery, Jacob .— 

30 Francis, George A. 

31 Oilman, Charles C- 



Residence. 



Hallowell 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
St. Albans 

do 
Bowdoin 
Hallowell 

do 
do 

do 

Bowdoin 
Hallowell 

do 

do 

do 
Chelsea 
Hallowell 

do 
W. Gardiner 

do 
Vassalboro' 
Hallowell 

do 

do 

do 
Farmingdale 

do 
Hallowell 
Albion 
Augusta 
Gardiner 
Washington 
Hallowell 
Chelsea 
Hallowell 

do 

do 

do 
China 
Hallowell 

do 



Married 

or 
Single. 



Mustered 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



Sick. 
Wliere. 



Married 

do 
Single 

Married 

Single 

Married 

do 
Single 

Married 

do 
Single 

do 
IVLarried 
Single 

do 

do 

Married 
Single 

Married 

Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Mariied 
Single 

do 

do 
'do 
Married 
Single 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 
MaiTied 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 

do 

do 

do 
Siufrle 



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 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Killed. 
When. 



In Camp 



Alexandria 
In Camp 

In Camp 



In Camp 
In Camp 



APPENDIX D. 



147 



Volunteers, stationed at Camp Howard, Va., expressing its condition on the mornino- 
taken place in the Company since it entered tlie service of the United States, on the 

GORHAM S. JOHNSON, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 


Deceased 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 








July 30 
July 30 


Resignation. 
Resignation. 
Promoted to Captain, July 31. 

Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, July 31. 

" 1st Sergeant, " 
Transferred to Quarter-Master's Department. 

Promoted to 3d Sergeant, July 31. 
4tli " 




Bull Run 


[known. 
Date un- 
Sept. 17 


Sept. 18 

Sept. 18 
Sept. 


Promoted to 2d Corporal, July 31. 

Not mustered in. 
Transferred to band, June 

Promoted to 1st Corporal, July 31. 
Disability. 

Disability. 

Promoted to 6th Corporal, July 31. 
Disability. 




• 











148 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company E, Third Regiment, ( Continued.} 



Names. 



32 Goiilil, Orlando 

33 (jilman, George W. 

34 George, Sherburne E. 

35 Gilman, Charles F. 

36 Gilman, Weston 

■ 37 Heath, William W. 

38 Hodges, William H. 

39 Hitchcock, Hartley D. 

40 Heath, Reuel M. 

41 Howard, James T. 

42 Hubbard, George W. 

43 Keeuan, Thomas 

44 Lcighton, James 

45 Lcighton, Silas F. 

46 Leach, Lyman E. 

47 Laughton, William E. 

48 Morrill, George O. 

49 Mariner, William E. 
50{Morrill, Charles C. 
SljMathews, William E. 
52 [Nye, J. P^dwin 

53 Patten, William B. 

54 Rogers, Charles B. 

55 RunncUs, Sanford E. 
5G Swcetland, Seth 

57 Sweetland, Frank 

58 Smith, Richard D. 

59 Sampson, Gustavus B. 

60 Sprague, Allen H. 

61 Sampson, Cyras G. 

62 Swanton, Henry A. 

63 Simmons, Stephen H. 

64 Stevens, Ebon S. 

65 Turner, Otis H. 

66 Thombs, Edmund 

67 Watson, Charles H. 

68 Webber, George 

69 Wentworth, Reuben A. 

70 Weymouth, Francis H. 

71 Weeks, Noah F. 

72 Woodbridge, George S. 
73|Weymoutli, George 

74 Gage, Hiram D. 
75 'Lee, Samuel P. 
76;Bancroft, Charles 
77iTobey, Charles 



Residence. 



Hallowell 

do 

do 
Monmouth 
Hallowell 

do 

do 
Damariscotta 
Hallowell 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Manchester 
Augusta 
Hallowell 

do 
Augusta 
Hallowell 

do 

do 
Dubuque 
Hallowell 

do 
Farmingdale 

do 
Hallowell 
St. Albans 

do 

do 
Hallowell 

do 

do 

St. Albans 
China 
Hallowell 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

China 



Married 

or 
Single. 



Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 



Sick. 
Where. 



Single 

Married 

Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 

do 

do 

do 
Single 
Married 



New York 
Hallowell 
do 



June 4 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
June 27 
June 4 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
June 27 
June 4 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



In Camp 
Alexandria 



In Camp 



Killed. 
When. 



In Camp 



In Camp 
do 



July 21 



Single July 31 
MarriedjJuly 16 
Single jjuly 6 



APPENDIX D. 



149 



Return of Company E, Third Regiment, ( Continued.') 



6 


Prisoners. 
When 


Deceased 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


•z. 


Taken. 








32 










33 






Sept. 27 


By Special Order No. 69. 


34 










35 










36 










37 




_ 






38 






Sept. 18 


Disability. 


39 






June 


Disability. 


40 








9 


41 










42 








Deserted, en route to Washington. 


43 










44 






Sept. 18 


Disability. 


45 










46 






Aug. 6 


Disability. 


47 










48 










49 










50 










51 










52 










53 










54 










55 










56 










57 










58 










59 




Sept. 






60 


Bull Eun 








61 










62 










63 










64 










65 






Aug. 10 


Disability. Sun stroke. 


66 






Oct. 30 


Disability. 


€7 






Sept. 25 


By Special Order No. 69. 


68 










69 






Sept. 25 


By Special Order No. 69. 


70 










71 










72 






Sept. 27 


By Special Order No. 69. 


73 








Promoted to Corporal, July 31. 


74 








Not mustered in. 


75 








Appointed 1st Lieutenant, July 31. 


76 










77 






Sept. 27 


By Special Order No. 69. 



150 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company E, Third Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 






De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 

1 
2 

1 






Fit for 1 tj. , 
Duty. ^"'^■ 


Killed.'—- 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Jlnsiciaus & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

12 

43 


1 
11 


1 


1 


2 
1 


2 
13 


1 


5 

15 

3 

72 


Total 


58 12 


1 


1 


3 


15 


1 4 


95 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 

Arrest, 








On 




For Dutv. 


Sick. 






S 


ICE. 


Special 










Duty. 








Service. 




E 




£ 








w 








K 


















£ 






























































































<• 


m 


ii= 






m 


fF 








SH 






^ 








e 






SH 






T3 
B 




O 








O 








O 






o 








o 






O 






e 


■o 






fF 


■c 






SB 


ts 






•a 




c 




s 




fF 


■c 




J 




o 


o 






O 


s 






O 


s 
o 




O 








o 


B 
O 




O 


-s 




B 
o 


« 


•c 


'm 






■a 








•a 






T! 






o 


■n 


'en 




xl 


'x 




2^ 
















































B 


c 

c 






c 


•— 






B 


•— 






— 




|1< 


B 


•— 






•— 










^ 


5 




c 
E 
c 


m 






o 




_o 


B 

a 
3 


m 


£ 
2 


.2 


E 

o 


i, 


c 


E 

£ 
c 




£ 


K 




c 


> 


ti 






> 


tti 


B 


U 


> 


C 


U 


> 




U 


> 


E 
B 


U 


g 


o 


C 


O 










o 














ri 














c 








U 


^ 


a^ 


< 


O 




a< 


< 


U 


Z 


Oh 


O 


•<5 


6- 


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2; 


Cl. 


O 


is 


ell 


< 


< 


3 


12 


41 


56 






9 


9 






2 






1 


68 






2 








2 


70 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 


EC 

< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 

Appuint- 

nieiit. 


Remarks. 


1 


Gorham S. Johnson 


23 


Captain 


Hallowell 


July 31 


Prom, from 2d Lieut. 


2 


Samuel P. Lee 


28 


1st Lieut. 


N. Y. City 


do 


App. bv Governor. 


3 


George 0. Gctchell 


25 


2d Lieut. 


Hallowell 


do 


Prom, from 1st Serg. 


1 


Geortcc S. Fuller 


25 


Sergeant 


Hallowell 


Julv 31 


Prom, from 2d Serg. 


2 


Henrv A. Albee 


29 


do 


do 


do 


" 4tli " 


3 


George 0. Russell 


20 


do 


do 


do 


" 5th " 


4 


Cliarles M. Burslev 


24 


do 


do 


do 


" 2d Corp. 


5 


Jackson M. Libbey 


22 


do 


do 


do 


" 1st " 


1 


Thomas S. Allen 


29 


Corporal 


Bowdoin 


Aug. 7 


Prom, from Private. 


2 


William F. Richards 


20 


do 


Hallowell 


do 


" 8th Corp. 


3 


-Tohn F. Hoblis 


24 


do 


do 


June 4 


Appointed. 


4 


Samuel Wannofsky 


28 


do 


do 


do 


" 


5 


Elijah Allen, Jr. 


20 


do 


Bowdoin 


Julv 31 


Prom, from 7th Corp. 


6 


Joseph D. Carr 


21 


do 


Hallowell 


Au-. 7 


" " Private. 


7 


George Wentworth 


25 


do 


China 


do 


" " " 



152 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Elbridge G. Savage, Company F, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fourth day of June, 1861. CHAS. A. HILL, Orderly Sergeant. 



Residence. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, 

1 Elbridge G. Savage, 

2 Royal B. Stearns, 

3 Henry A. Boyce. 

SERGEANTS. 

1 Charles A. Hill, 

2 Jefferson Savage, 

3 Anson R. Morrison, 

4 James A. Later, 

5 Samuel L. Gilman. 

CORPORALS. 

1 Sumner P. Boies, 

2 Dumont Bunker, 

3 William H. Macey, 

4 Benjamin H. Hall, 

5 John W. Thompson, 

6 John C. Burc, 

7 Augustus H. Cook, 

8 Charles T. Tuttle. 

MUSICIAN. 

1 Warren Seavey. 

WAGONER. 

1 William Keef. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Andrews, Gilman 

2 Atwood, Rufus B. 

3 Bunker, Darius 

4 Blagden, Corydon C. 

5 Bray, Asa W. 

6 Burgess, George H. 

7 Burgess, Weston 

8 Cole, Amos H. 

9 Chapman, Robinson 

10 Chase, Henry H. 

11 Durgin, Joseph P. 

12 Dunlap, William L. 

13 Durgin, John H. 

14 Dutton, Hendrick A. N. 

15 Davis, Norris A. 

16 Emery, D. W. 

17 Fish, John L. 

18 Frost, John F. 

19 Fowler, George W. 

20 Fish, Danville F. 

21 Greenleaf. Alpheus S. 

22 Greenleaf, Benjamin L. 

23 Gardiner, John H. 

24 Grant, Franklin 

25 Getchell, Charles 

26 Hodgdon, Alonzo 

27 Hunncwell, Heman, Jr. 

28 Hamlin, Henry C. 

29 Heald, Frank 
SO Hanson, Samuel 

31 Judkins, M. V. B. 

32 Khicaid, Warren J. 



47 'Solon 

30 Skowhegau 

23 do 



do 
Madison 
Skowhegan 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Melrose 
Starks 
Moseow 
Industry 
Athens 

do 

Anson 

Skowhegan 

Moscow 
Fairfield 
Athens 
Skowliegan 

do 
Cornville 
Winthrop 
Starks 

do 
Skowhegan 
Forks, Pi. 
Starks 
Forks, PI. 
Abbot 
Pittsfield 
Fairfield 
Starks 
Skowhegan 

do 

do 
Starks 

do 
Skowhegan 

do 
Anson 



20 Skowhesran 



Solon 

Skowhegan 

Lewiston 

Skowhegan 

Athens 

Cornville 



Married 

or 
Single. 



Mustered 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



Married 

Single 
do 



do 
do 
do 
Married 
do 

Single 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

Married 
Single 

Single 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 
Married 

do 

do 
Single 

do 

do 



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 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



In Camp 



APPENDIX D. 



153 



Volunteers, stationed at Camp Howard, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Comjiany since it entered the service of the United States, on ttie 

WILLIAM C. MORGAN, Captain. 



i 


Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


1 






Sept. 11 




2 






Nov. 4 




3 






Aug. 3 


Resigned. 


1 

2 








Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, Aug. 4. 


3 


July 21 






Confined at New Orleans. 


4 








Reduced to Corporal, Sept. 6. 


5 










1 






Aug. 10 




2 








Reduced to ranks, June 24. 


3 

4 
5 








" at his request, Dec. 1. 










6 






July 15 


Now in 9th Maine. 


7 










8 
1 




Aug. 2 






1 
1 






Aug. 10 




1 






Sept. 12 




2 










3 










4 






Sept. 24 


, 


5 










6 










7 




Sept. 26 






8 








Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 


9 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 


10 










11 








Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 


12 








" Sergeant, " 


13 










14 










15 




Sept. 15 






16 








> 


17 








Appointed Sergeant, Sept. 1. 


18 










19 










20 










21 










22 










23 










24 






Nov. 25 




25 










26 






Sept. 16 




27 










28 










29 










30 










31 










32 











11 



154 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company F, Third Regiment, (^Continued.') 



c 


Names. 


<; 


Residence. 


33 


Keef, George 


22 


Fairfield 


34 


Kendall, Orren 


21 


Clinton 


35 


Luce, Alshuiy 


18 


Norridgewock 


36 


Lambert, James, Jr. 


21 


Skowhegan 


37 


Linnc'll, Lvman M. 


21 


do 


38 


IMearler, AVilliam F. 


20 


Starks 


39 


Maxim, William H. H. 


20 


Norridgewock 


40 


McDermaid, Simeon S. 


23 


Skowhegan 


41 


Maxwell, Charles M. 


26 


Canaan 


42 


Mayo, Hosea K. 


18 


Fairfield 


43 


Nason, Ora M. 


21 


Clinton 


44 


Otis, Henry 


22 


Bingham 


45 


Putnam, John 


21 


Dead River 


46 


Packard, George R. 


20 


Parkman 


47 


Putnam, William F. 


19 


Dead River 


48 


Pifree, James W. 


43 


Carratunk 


49 


Pratt, Charles H. 


20 


Benton 


50 


Eieli, George F. 


23 


Skowhegan 


51 


Rand, James H. 


33 


do 


52 


Robinson, Dean S. 


22 


Sebec 


53 


Russell, Asa 


21 


Skowliegan 


54 


Russell, Ciiarles B. 


19 


do 


55 


Rackliff, William J. 


21 


Fairfield 


56 


Randall, Ellis M. 


20 


Anson 


57 


Steward, George W. 


18 


Skowhegan 


58 


S'i aires, Frank C. 


21 


Cornville 


59 


Sylvester, Darius W. 


22 


Skowhegan 


60 


Smith, Perley 


20 


Anson 


61 


Svmons, Henrv P. 


19 


Skowhegan 


62 


Sally, Frank 


19 


Lexington 


63 


Stevens, John H. 


30 


Canaan 


64 


Savage, Brooks D. 


19 


Skowhegan 


65 


Swan, Henry B. 


19 


Anson 


66 


Swan, Franklin 


22 


do 


67 


Shattuck, Lake 


19 


Madison 


68 


Thompson, Erastus 


22 


Solon 


69 


Tantish, John, Jr. 


21 


Skowhegan 


70 


Tavlor, Jonas 


20 


Norridgewock 


71 


Taylor, Alfred 


21 


do 


72 


Varncy, John W. 


22 


Fairfield 


73 


Williamson, Lutlier A. 


38 


Starks 


74 


Woodworth, William H. 


18 


Smithfield 


75 


Wing, George S. 


21 


Skowhegan 


76 


Weston, William H. 


20 


do 


77 


Wilson, Young 


24 


do 


78 


Young, Cvrus S. 


25 


Athens 


79 


ChentT, William P. 


46 


Skowhegan 


80 


Morgan, William C. 


30 


Cornville 


8! 


Dean, Luther 


22 


Madison 



Married 
or 


Mustered 
into 


Single. 
Single 


tJ. S. Ser. 


June 4 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Sini::le 




do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Sino'le 


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 


June 5 



Siclc. 
Wliere. 



In Camp 



In Camp 
Annapolis 

In Camp 



Norridgew'k 
In Camp 



In Camp 



Killed. 
VVlieii. 



APPENDIX D. 



155 



Return of Company F, Third Regiment, ( Continued.') 



i 


Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 


Deceased. 
Wlieii. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


33 








34 










35 










36 










37 








Not mustered in. 


38 










39 










40 










41 










42 










43 








Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 


44 










45 








Appointed Corporal, Sept. 1. 


46 










47 






.June 24 




48 






Aug. 3 




49 










50 










51 






June 24 




52 








Appointed Corporal, Dec. 1. 


53 




Oct. 25 






54 










55 










56 










57 










58 










59 




' 


Sept. 19 




60 










61 










62 






Sept. 24 




63 






Nov. 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 ad.jutan't-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company F, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
er. 

1 
1 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 




f";'/""- ! Sick. 

Duty. 


Killed. 


Total, 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. (.)ffi(er.s 8 
Musicians & Wagoner' 1 
Privates 56 


8 


I 

4 


3 

2 

1 

12 


1 




3 
13 

2 
81 


Total 


65 


8 




2 


5 


18 


1 




99 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



Present. 



For Duty. 











01 












«■ 






O 




e 


•c 




o 


" 






'tr 










c 


















■" 


P 





2 12 48 62 



6 68 



SPECIAL 

Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 



Absent. 



On 

Special 
Service. 



71 



2!73| 



Present Organization of the Company. 



1 








Date of 




d 


Names. 


t 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


S5 




< 






ment. 
Sept. 11 




1 
2 
3 


William C. Morgan 


30 


Captain 


Cornville 




Jefferson Savage 


2.3 


•Jd Lieut. 


Madison 


Aug. 4 




1 


Charles A. Hill 


22 


Sergeant Skowliegan 


April 29 




2 


Daniel W. Enu rv 


22 


do Fairrield 


Sept. 1 




3 


Samuel L. iiiliuan 


32 


do Skowliegan 


April 29 




4 


Ansdn 11. Morrison 


22 


do j do 


do 




5 


William L. IJunlap 


23 


do do 


Sept. 1 




1 


Augustus H. Cook 


22 


Corporal | Athens 


April 29 




2 


Benjarriin H. Hall 


22 


do jStarks 


do 




3 


Amos H. Cole 


19 


do 1 do 


Sept. 1 




4 


Josei)h P. Durgin 


36 


do IFork's Plant 


do 




5 


.lames A. Later 


21 


do jSkowhegan 


do 




6 


Oia M. Nason 


22 


do FaiiHeld 


Oct. 1 




7 


John Putnam 


21 


do Dead River 


do 




8 


Dean S. llobiuson 


22 


do Sebec 


Dec. 1 




1 


Warren Seavey 


51 


Musician Anson 






1 


Luther Dean 


22 


Wagoner 


Madison ; 







158 



adjutant-general's report. 



Eetum of Capt. Frank S. Hesseltine, Company G, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fourth day of June, 1861. CHAELES W. LOWE, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

1 Frank S. Hesseltine, 

2 Nathaniel Hanscom, 

3 William A. Hatch. 

SERGEANTS. 

1 Frank 0. Smiley, 

2 George A. Mclntire, 

3 Ciiarles W. Lowe, 

4 Samuel Hamblen, 

5 Abner E. Small. 

CORPORALS. 

1 William H. Clapp, 

2 Wintield S. Howe, 

3 William E. Brown, 

4 Hadlcy P. Dyer, 

5 Ambrose H. Brown, 

6 Asher C. Hinds, 

7 Nathaniel Perley. 

MUSICIANS. 

1 Charles T. Ellis, 

2 Llewellyn E. Hodges. 

WAGONER. 

1 John G. Wiley. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Austin, Orrin 

2 Atherton, Tileston W. 

3 Austin, Albert 

4 Arnold, Charles H. 

5 Bassett, George H. 

6 Benson, George T. 

7 Bates, David 

8 Boulter, George W. 

9 Bigelow, Amasa, Jr. 

10 Bacon, Charles 

11 Buswell, Charles H. 

12 Barney, Henry W. 

13 Crosby, Atwood 

14 Curtis James M. 

15 Cole, John F. 

16 Crosby, Augustine 

17 Davis" George W. 

18 Drummond, George C. 

19 Derochcr, Honrv 

20 Derocher, diaries W. 

21 Eames, Luther N. 

22 Ellis, George A. 

23 Fcnno, Charles A. 

24 Fossett, John E. 
2,5 Field, Henry 

26 Foss, Albert D. 

27 Fairbanks, Henry N. 

28 Frost, Samuel E. 

29 Ford, GeoriiC E. 

30 G rover, Charles C. 

31 Grover, Simon 

32 Goulding, Henry 



Residence. 



Waterville 

Benton 

Waterville 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
Hanover 
Sidney 
Waterville 
Sidney 
Benton 
Waterville 

Sidney 
Winslow 



New Sharon 

Mt. Desert 

Belgwde 

Sidney 

Winslow 

Waterville 

do 
Winslow 
Skowhegan 
Waterville 
New Sharon 
Waterville 
Albion 
Waterville 
New Portland 
All)ion 
Waterville 
Winslow 
AVaterville 

do 

do 
Sidney 
Waterville 
Vassalboro' 
Sidney 
Albion 
Waterville 
Belgrade 
Fairfield 
Skowhegan 

do 
Waterville 



Married 

or 
Single. 

Married 


Mustered 

into 
U.S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


June 4 




Single 


do 




do 


do 




Single 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




Married 


do 




Single 
Married 


do 
do 




Single 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 
do 


do 
do 


In Camp 


do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




Married 


do 




Single 


do 




do 
do 


do 
do 


In Camp 


do 


do 




Married 


June 27 




Single 


June 4 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 


In Camp 


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 





Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



159 



Volunteers, stationed at Camp Howard, Va., expressing its coiulition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

NATHANIP:L HANSCOM, Captain. 





Prisoners. 


Deceased. 


Disch'd. 






o 


Wlien 


Wlien. 


When. 


Remarks. 




^ 


taken. 










1 






Nov. 14 


Appointed Major 13th Eegiment. 




2 








Promoted to Ca|)tain, Nov. 15. 




3 








" 1st Lieut., " 




1 








Not mustered in. 




2 








Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, Nov. 15. 




3 
4 
5 








" 1st Sergeant, " 




1 
2 








Promoted to Sergeant, Nov. 15. 




3 












4 






Aug. 8 






5 


July 21 










6 








Promoted to Sergeant, Sept. 1. 




7 








Reduced to ranks. " 




1 
2 

1 

1 












2 










* 


3 












4 












5 
6 

7 








Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 11. 




July 21 






Wounded, confined at liichmond. 




8 












9 








Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 




10 












11 












1-2 








Deserted, Nov. 12. 




13 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




14 












15 












16 


July 21 






Wounded, confined at Richmond. 




17 








Promoted to. Corporal, Sept. 1. 




18 












19 












20 












21 












22 




k 








23 








Transferred to Band. 




24 












25 












26 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




27 








Transferred to Band. 




28 








1 




29 








Deserted in July. 




30 












31 












32 













160 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company G, Third Regiment, ( Continued.') 



S3 
34 
35 

36 
3 

38 

39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
5 9 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 



Griffin, Calvin C. 
Griffin, Georo;e W. 
Graves, William 
Henrickson, Charles A. 
Haskell, Frank W. 
Hunter, Philander 
Harriman, Albert j\l. 
Hunter, Cyrus 
Hunter, Horace 
Herrirk, Alixernon P. 
HuUett, Leander T. 
Hale, John L. 
Lashers, George 
Littlefield, George 
McCausland, Simon 
McFadden, Michael 
A'lorgan, Joseph 
Ma>on, George W. 
Pollard, Asa 
Philbrook, John A. 
Percival, Edw. S. 
Pullen, Frank D. 
Proctor, Homer 
Pollard, Henry 
Perley, Henry P. 
Pollard, Otis 
Perry, James. 
Rollins, George S. 
Randlett, Charles B. 
Reed, Horatio N. 
Ricker, James F. 
Robinson, Hiram G. 
Shurburne, Jacob 
Sawtelle, Augustus M. 
Smiley, Augustine P. 
Stearnes, Fdward P. 
Sawtelle, Henry W. 
Selden. Charles H. 
Thomas, James A. 
Viniiig, iNIarceiius 
Wheeler, George L. 
\Vel)ber, Hiram C. 
Wildes, Benjamin B. 
Wyman, William W. 
Wormwood, Tristam G. 
Young, Moses W. 
Bii;elo\v, Jonathan, Jr. 
Chadwick, George H. 







Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 


Killed. 




Residence. 


or 
Sin<rle. 


into 
U. S. Ser. 


Where. 


When. 


21 


Mt. Vernon 


Single 


June 4 






29 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Bowdoinham 


do 


do 






24 


Waterville 


do 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 






20 


Clinton 


do 


do 






23 


do 


do 


do 






19 


do 


do 


do 






23 


do 


do 


do 






18 


Waterville 


do 


do 






19 


Mercer 


do 


do 


In Camp 




29 


Winslow 


do 


June 27 


do 




19 


Waterville 


do 


June 4 






19 


do 


do 


do 






29 


Winslow 


Married 


do 






23 


Waterville 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




20 


Lowell, Mass. 


do 


June. 2 7 






21 


Sidney 


do 


June 4 






44 


Winslow 


Married 


do 






20 


Fairfield 


Single 


do 






18 


Waterville 


do 


do 






19 


do 


do 


do 






18 


Winslow 


do 


do 






19 


do 


do 


do 






19 


Waterville 


do 


do 






23 


Winslow 


do 


do 






18 


Waterville 


do 


do 






19 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






22 


Bangor 


do 


do 






22 


Clinton 


do 


do 






19 


Waterville 


do 


do 






41 


Sidney 


Married 


do 






29 


Waterville 


do 


do 






21 


Sidney 


Single 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 




22 


Lowell 


do 


do 


Alexandria 




20 


Sidney 


do 


do 


In Camp 




18 


Norridgewock 


do 


do 






34 


Sidney 


Married 


do 






19 


Windsor 


Single 


June 27 


In Camp 




20 


Waterville 


do 


.June 4 






24 


Winslow 


do 


do 






19 


Kennebunkp't 


do 


do 






21 


Waterville 


do 


do 






30 


Bath 


do 


do 






22 


Calais 


do 


do 






21 


Bloomtield 


do 


June 27 






21' 


Augusta 


do 


June 4 














APPENDIX D. 161 

Return of Company (?, Third Regi7nent, ( Continued.') 



33 
34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

63 

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 



Prisoners, 
When 
taken. 



Julv 21 



July 21 



Deceased 
Wlien. 



Discli'd. 
When. 



Alio-. 8 



July 21 



July 15 



Oct. 7 



July 15 



Sept. 11 



Oct. 7 



Aug. 8 



Nov. 7 
Sept. 23 



Remarks. 



Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 
Wounded, confined at Eiclimond. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Deserted, Aug. 1 . 



Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 

Wounded at Bull Run. 
Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 



Wounded at Bull Run. 
By special order. No. 69. 



162 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company G, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers, 






Ha 


T.o.,„ 




Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased, charged. 


sorted, ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

10 

3 

47 


2 

7 




1 

7 


1 


1 
10 


3 


3 


4 

14 
3 

77 


Total 


63 


9 




8 


1 11 3 3 


98 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



Present. 



For Duty. 



S T rt 



2 9 34 45 



Sick. 



On 

Special 

Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 











IS 






o 




m 


iS 






O 




«• 


•a 




o 


c 




T! 






a 


m 












a 




CO 


c 




.i 


o 


"l 


= 


o 


n 



= 9 B 

3 ' 3 -z. 
o ^: e. 



1! 1 11 



2 69 



Absent. 



Sick. 



On 

Special 
Service. 



271 



Present Organization of the Company. 



1 Nathaniel Hanscom 
2 1 William A. Hatch 
3 Geortre A. Mclntire 



1 Charles W. Lowe 

2 Samuel Hani])len 
3!Abner R. Small 
4'Asher C. Hinds 
SiWinfield S. Howe 



1 William H. Copp 

2 William E. Brown 

3 Cliarles H. Selden 

4 Amasa Bigelow, Jr. 

5 George H. Bassett 

6 Albert M. Harriman 

7 George W. Davis 
8,Atwood Crosby 



Rank. 



Residence. 



Date of 
Rank or 

Appdiiit- 
nienr. 



24 'Captain Benton !Nov. 15 

21 j 1st Lieut. Waterville j do 
23|2d Lieut. Waterville i do 



Sergeant Waterville 
do I do 
do ! do 
do Benton 
do Hanover 



Nov. 15 
April 30 
'June 27 
Sept. 1 
Nov. 15 



Corporal Waterville April 30 

do Sidney do 

do Norridgcwock Sept. 1 

do Skowhegan do 

do Winslow Sept. 1 1 

do Clinton Sept. 1 

do Waterville do 

do lAlbion June 



Remarks. 



Pris'r at Richmond 



164 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. William S. Heath, Company H, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fourth day of June, 1861. GILES W. SEWARD, Orderly Sergeant. 



■ 








Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 


Killed. 


c 


Names. 




Residence. 


or 


into 


• Where. 


Wlien. 


"Z. 


COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 


< 




Single. 


U. S. Ser. 




















1 


William S. Heath, 


27 


Waterville 


Married 


June 4 






2 


Francis E. Heath, 


22 


do. 


Single 


do 






3 


John K. Day. 

SERGEANTS. 


25 


do 


Married 


do 






1 


Edward C Lowe, 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


George W. Rillshury, 


25 


Winslow 


Married 


do 






3 


Charles H. Stone, 


27 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






4 


James H. Plaisted, 


28 


Waterville 


Single 


do 






5 


G. AV. Seward. 

CORPORALS. 


42 


Vassalboro' 


Married 


do 






1 


John W. Livermore, 


44 


Vassalboro' 


Married 


do 






2 


George E. Burgess, 


22 


Vassalboro' 


Single 


do 






3 


Lucius S. Starkey, 


23 


Windsor 


Married 


do 






4 


Charles 11. Shorev, 


21 


Waterville 


Single 


do 






5 


George S. Blake, 


28 


Belgrade 


do 


do 






6 


Cyrus M. Major, 


32 


Vassalboro' 


Married 


do 






7 


All.ro Hubbard, 


23 


Waterville 


Single 


do 






8 


Henry A. Thing. 

MUSICIANS. 


26 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Henry Crowell, 


18 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Baxter Crowell. 

WAGONER. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Thomas E. Wagoner. 

TRIVATES. 


25 


Hallowell 


Married 


do 






1 


Austin, Samuel W. 


24 


New Sharon 


Single 


do 






2 


Bragg, Joab D. 


26 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






3 


Bow, Horace 


22 


Waterville 


do 


do 






4 


Bacon, John H. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Brags, Lewis 


22 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






6 


Ballard, Albert C. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






7 


Burgess, Ammi A. 


18 


Hallowell 


do 


do 






8 


Brvant, Rial M. 


20 


Winslow 


do 


do 






9 


Barren, AVilliam K. 


42 


Waterville 


Married 


do 






10 


Ballard, Llcwcllvn 


18 


Vassalboro' 


Siiiole 


do 






11 


Bacon, William H. 


18 


Waterville ^ 


do 


do 






12 


Bean, Leander 


22 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






13 


Chadwick, Francis E. 


18 


Winslow 


do 


do 






14 


Cochran, Robert 


29 


Waterville 


do 


do 






15 


Corson, Alliert 


19 


do 


do 


do 






16 


Drummond, Allen H. 


18 


Sidney 


do 


do 






17 


Dyer, Lorenzo 


23 


Brighton 


do 


do 






18 


Dixon, George 


20 


Fairfield 


do 


do 






19 


Eldridgc, Shepherd 


21 


Waterville 


do 


do 






20 


Emerson, Samuel F. 


19 


Skowhegan 


do 


do 






21 


Eaton, Daniel 


18 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






22 


Estes, Jeremiah A. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Emery, Joseph R. 


18 


Fairfield 


do 


do 






24 


Farmington, Lorenzo 


33 


Vassalboro' 


Married 


do 






2.5 


Freeman, George R. 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






26 


Foss, Martin 


24 


Albion 


do 


do 






27 


Fish, Hiram 


28 


Waterville 


do 


do 






28 


Goodwin, John F. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






29 


Greene, Nathaniel 


33 


Smithfield 


do 


do 






30 


Hill, Elijah K. 


21 


Augusta 


Married 


do 






31 


Hunter, William 


27 


Clinton 


Single 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



165 



Volunteers, stcationed at Cartip 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. 



I Prisoners. 
5 When 
'Z taken, 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 1 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
15 
16 
17 
1 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
3'1 



July 21 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Sept. 25 



Remarks. 



Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel 5th Regt., Sept. 25. 
" Captain, Sept. 25. 

" First Lieutenant, Sept. 25. 

" Second Lieutenant, Sept. 25. 

Confined at New Orleans. 
Reduced to ranks, June 26. 
Promoted Ser<;eant-Major, June 1. 

" First Sergeant, Sept. 25. 

On furlough. 

Reduced to ranks, Oct. 15. 



Promoted Sergeant, Sept. 1. 



Oct. 20 



July 21 



July 21 



July 21 
July 21 



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 from original muster. 



166 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company H, Third Regiment, ( Continued.') 



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 

5 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 



Hunter, Melvin 
Irvini^-, James W. 
James, Isaiah H. 
Judkins, William C. 
Knox, Augustus 
Livermore, William W. 
Littk'tiekl, Assenius 
Ladd, Edwin 
Marston, AVatson 
Mero, T. Weston 
McKenney, Erastus 
Marsh, Henry 
Nye, George W. 
Oliver, Lafayette 
Preston, Charles H. 
Perry, Joseph 
Pratt, Isaac C. 
Prebhlc, William T. 
Penny Peltiah 
Parker, Benjamin 
Quinby, Harris C. 
Robinson, Greeuleaf W. 
Kowe, Isaac 
Rowe, Asa M. 
Rowe, Philander F. 
Stevens, David S. 
Sally, Lafayette 
Stanley, John F. 
Spaulding, George W. 
Tallus, John 
Thaver, Welcome 
Taher, Nathan P. 
Taylor, Sharon C. 
Williams Luke B. 
Woodman, Alvin B. 
Marsh, James A. 
Ward, Francis P. 
Young, Eben W. 



18 Clinton. 

19 Vassaihoro' 
22;Water\ille 
36,Fairtield 
21iClinton 

Vassaihoro' 
Winsltjw 
Augusta 
Watcrville 
22! Canaan 
22iBenton 
21 1 Canaan 
20; Fairfield 
19j Watcrville 
21 Benton 



Residence. 



Watcrville 
Vassaihoro' 
Winslow 
Watcrville 
Vassaihoro' 
Winslow 
Sidney 
Smiihfield 
do 
do 

21jSkowhegan 
28|Palmvra 
20 Smithfield 
I9jPalmyra 
22 Waterville 

20 do 

1 8J Vassaihoro' 
19 Winslow 
22 Benton 
1 9[ Watcrville 
19 Athens 

21 China 

18, Vassaihoro' 



Married Mustered 

iito 
Single. U. S. Ser. 



Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



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 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Alexandria 



In Camp 
Alexandria 
In Camp 



In Camp 



Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



167 



Return of Company H, Third Regiment, (^Continued.') 



6 


Prisoners. 
Wlien 


Deceased. 
Wlien. 


Disch'd. 

When. 


Remarks. 


_5_ 


taken. 








32 










33 










34 










35 




July 28 




Wounded at Bull Run. 


36 








On furlouf^h in Maine. 


37 








Promoted to Corporal. 


38 










39 










40 










41 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 


42 








In General Hospital. 


43 








In arrest. 


44 








Appointed Sergeant. 


45 










46 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 


47 










48 








■ 


49 










50 










51 










52 










53 










54 








In General Hospital. 


55 










56 










57 










58 








On furlough in Maine. 


59 










60 




■-■' 






61 










62 










63 


July 21 






Confined at New Orleans. 


64 




Aug. 15 






65 










66 










67 










68 






Sept. 10 




69 











168 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Recapitulation of Company H, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


1 

De- Trans- 

serted. ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 

7 

2 

.54 


5 




1 
7 


2 


1 
1 
2 


! 1 
1 

1 1 


3 

10 

3 

72 


Total 


65 


5 




8 


2 


4 


1 1 3 


88 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 18G1. 



For Dutv. 



1110 47 58 1 



On 

Special 
Duty. 



O 

6 



In 

Arrest. 



iEi S 

o ; i 



1 64 



On 

Special 

SERVICE. 



3 67 



Present Organization of the Company. 











Date of 




c 


Names. 


tt 


Rank. Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


•^ 




<; 




ment. 




1 


Francis E. Heath 


22 


Captain 


Waterville 


Sept. 25 


Recruiting in IMaine 


2 


John R. Day 


25 


1 St Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Edward C. Lowe 


22 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Giles W. Seward 


42 


Sergeant 


Vassalboro' 


Sept. 25 




2 


Georjje W. Pillsbury 


25 


do 


Winslow 


Sept. 1 


Prisoner at Rich- 


3 


George W. Nve 


28 


do 


Fairfield 


do 


[mond. 


4 


George S. Blake 


28 


do 


Belgrade 


do 




1 


Lucius L. Starkey 


23 


Corporal 


Winslow 


do 




2 


Cvrus M. Major 


32 


do 


Vassalhoro' 


do 




3 


Albro Hubhanl 


23 


do 


Waterville 


do 




4 


Ilenrv A. Tliino; 


26 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Greenleaf W. Robinson 


23 


do 


Sidney 


do 




6 


Rial M. Bryant 


20 


do 


Winslow 


do 




7 


William W. Livermore 


18 


do 


Vassalhoro' 


do 





I 



12 



170 



adjutant-general's report. 



Ketuvn of Capt. Moses B. Lakeman, Company I, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fourth day of June, 1861. H. M. ANDERSON, Orderly Sergeant. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

1 M. B. Lakeman, 

2 A. R. Quinby, 

3 H. M. Rines.' 

SERGEANTS. 

1 G. B. Erskine, 

2 A. G. N. Baiicv, 

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. Whittier. 

■WAGONER. 

1 John Tommony. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Allen, A. B. 

2 Blaisdell, G. L. 

3 Ballard. E.. Jr. 

4 Bickford, B. C. 

5 Brown, W. A. 

6 Ballard, Jackson 

7 Burden, C. H. 

8 Boynton, Willmrt 

9 Boynton, F. M. 
10 Bolton, William 
11 ! Brace, Emerv 

12 Boymon, J. T. 

13 Bran, L. W. 

14 Bailey, A J. 
15;Branch, Byron 
lGiBachelder,'C. M. 
17|Bessee, John 
ISJBrann, E. M. 
igiBcrry, Charles 
20 Bran, J. G. 
21|Conwav, L. M. 
22 Cook, i. H. 
23[Cook, William V. 
24 [Cooper, W. W. 
25 'Campbell, B. C. 

26 Colby, H G. 

27 Dodge, J. B. 

28 Dillingham, George 

29 Evans, Joseph O. 

30 Fellows, George L. 

31 Havwavd, W. H. 
32; Hale, W. H. 

33 Griffith, H. A. 
34; Gordon, G. H. 
3.5 Go well, Samuel 
36 Grant, B. R. 
37!Grover, J. B. 







Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 


Killed. 


s. 


Residence. 


or 


into 


Wliere. 


When. 


< 
34 




Single. 


V. S. Ser 






Augusta 


Marriec 


June 4 






32 


do 


do 


do 






25 


do 


Single 


do 






22 


Palermo 


Single 


do 






24 


Farmington 




do 






27 


Augusta 


Married 


do 






31 


Lincolnville 


do 


do 






17 


Augusta 


Single 


do 






21 


do 




do 






41 


do 


Married 


do 






27 


do 


do 


do 






31 


Readfield 




do 








Hallowell 


Single 


do 
do 






27 


Boston 


Single 


do 






22 


Palermo 


do 


do 






18 


Augusta 


do 


do 






22 


do 


do 


do 






19 


Palermo 


do 


do 






20 


Augusta 


do 


do 






24 


Palermo 


do 


do 






20 


do 


do 


do 






22 


Augusta 


do 


do 






20 


Somerville 


do 


do 






19 


do 


do 


do 








do 


do 


do 






26 


Chelsea 


Married 


do 






34 


Augusta 


Single 


do 






23 


do 


do 


do 






19 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






18 




do 


do 






42 


Augusta 


Married 


do 






19 


Somerville 


Single 


do 






20 


Augusta 


do 


do 






21 


do 


do 


do 






20 


China 


do 


do 






29 


Somerville 


Married 


do 






20 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Vienna 


Sin-le 


do 






21 


Somerville 


do 


do 






22 


Norridgewock 


do 


do 






20 


Somerville 


do 


do 






181 


Augusta 


do 


do 






19 


Skowhcgan 


do 


do 






21 


Norridgewock 


do 


do 






18 


Augusta 


do 


do 






20 


do 


do 


do 






26 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Somerville 


do 


do 






23 


Gardiner 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



171 



Volunteers, stationed at Camp 
taken place in the Company 



Howard, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
since it entered the service of the United States, on the 
M. B. LAKEMAN, Captain. 



I 



Prisoners. Deceased. 
When yv^gn 
taken 



July 27 
Aug. 3 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
15 
Ifi 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2.5 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



July 21 



July 2/ 



Disch'd. 
Wlien. 



Aug. 8 



Aug. 8 



Sept. 6 



Sept. 9 



Sept. 



Resigned. 
Resigned. 

Acting 1st Lieutenant from Nov. 16. 

Reduced to ranks. 
Reduced to ranks. 

Appointed 1st Sergeant. 



Transferred to Band. 



Never served. 
Buried at Clermont. 



Promoted Sergeant. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted Corporal. 



Employed at Hospital at Alexandria, Virginia. 
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. 



Sept. 1 8 



172 



adjutant-general's report. 



Retvrn of Company I, Third Regiment, (^Continned.') 



38 Getchell, Frank H. 

39 Huntinj^ton, G. H. 

40 Jones, N. \V. 

41 Kennedy, Isaac "W. 

42 Khnl)all", G. H. 

43 Kimball, C. M. 

44 Lyon, Henry 

45 Lewis, J. M". 

46 Leiizliton, Aaron 

47 Liverrnore, L. H. 

48 Littletield, John, Jr. 

49 Lent, James 
5(J Moore, Dermis 
51 Merrill, E., Jr. 
52|Malier, William 
53jMarston, 8. B. 
54 McDaniel, G. W. 
SSlMann, J. A. 

56 McDaniel, Gardiner T. 
57lMcDaniel, Samuel 
58 Murphy, Edward 
59 'Nicholas, Andrew 
eolNelson, Jolm 
eiJNeal, H. W. 
62!Kidley, Ilezekiah 

63 Rohinson, G. L. 

64 Russell, G. L. 

65 Sabin, AV..M. 

66 Stover, William 

67 Stone, Charles 0. 

68 Stewart, William C. 

69 Spofford, William H. 

70 Swif'r, William 

71 Stevens, Thomas 
72; Turner, Briggs 

73 Tarbox, H. D. 

74 Thorns, W. S. 

75 Vininir, H. S. 

76 Witham, Denol.a 

77 Wentworth, G. P. 

78 Warren, Orrison 

79 Wentworth, G. C. 

80 Wagg, C. H. 

81 Walker, H. J. 

82 Perrv, Cvrus 

83 Chufchili, J. W. 
84! Perry, Frank 
85lFish"er, George H. 
86lWesterfield, Henry B. 
87 1 Elliot, Frederick 
SSiSpaulding, J. H. 

89 1 Stewart, E. A. 
90 Smith, Joseph S. 







Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 1 Killed. 


< 

26 


Residence. 


or 
Single. 


into 
U. S. Ser. 


Wliere. | When. 


Waterville 


Single 


June 4 






21 


Litchfield 


do 


do 






18 


Palermo 


do 


do 






19 


Somerville 


do 


do 






24 


Chelsea 


do 


do 






il9 


do 


do 


do 






26 


Vassalboro' 


do 


do 






19 


Palermo 


do 


do 






26 


Augusta 


do 


do 






33 


do 


Married 


do 






18 


Skowhegan 


Single 


do 






17 






do 






22 


Farmington 


Single 
Married 


do 
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 


Litchheld 


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 






121 


Norridgewock 


Single 


do 






35 


Augusta 




Sept 1 






118 


do 


Single 


do 






25 


Decatur, Ohio 


Marrie(i 


do 






23 


Bath 


Single 


iJune 4 






27 


Augusta 


do 


July 5 






2.') 


do 


do 


do 






|23 


Bath 


do 


June 4 







APPENDIX D. 



173 



Return of Company I, Third Regiment, ( Continued?) 



Deceased. 
When. 



Sept.22 
Sept.22 



Ausr. 23 



Disch'cl. 
When. 



Nov. 14 
Aug. 22 

• 

Sept. 5 
Aug. 8 



Appointed Assistant Surgeon. 



Promoted to Corporal. 



Never served. 
Never served. 



Drummer. 

Appointed Sergeant. 

Teamster. 

Under sentence Court Martial. 



Appointed Sergeant. 
Appointed Corporal. 
Appointed Corporal. 



Joined Company at Clermont. 
Appointed 2d Lieutenant, Aug. 3. 
Blacksmith. 

[Lieutenant until Nov. 16. 
Transferred from Quartermaster-Sergeant. Acting 1st 



174: adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company I, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



Present & Absent.] 



Fit for 
Duty. 



Sick. 



Prison- De- Dis- De- 

I ers. ! ceased, charged, serted. 



Comniissioncd Officers 2 

Non-Com. Officers ' 12 

Musicians & Wagoner 2 

Privates 58 



Total 



74 



12 



Trans- 
ferred. 



Total. 



5 

i 1* 
4 

80 
!103 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 
















Absent. 












^'^ In 

Special . ^^ ^ 
DuTv. Arrest. 






On 






For Duty. 


Sick. 




Sick. 


Special 














Service. 








£ 








£ 






t« 






£ 








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h. 






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76 


1 










2 


2 


78 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 


ec 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


«i 




< 

34 






ment. 




1 


Moses B. Lakeman 


Captain 


Augusta 


May 1 


[from Nov. 16. 


2 


George B. Erskine 


22 


1st Lieut Palermo 


Novels 
Aug. 3 


Actino- 1st Lieut. 


3 


Frederick Elliot 


23 


2(1 Lieut. 


Bath 


Tran.sfd from Co. A 














[Aug. 3. 


1 


Holman M. Anderson 


17 


Sergeant 


Augusta 


Sept. 1 


Prom. fm. Corporal. 


2 


.Jackson Ballard 


19 


do 


Palermo 


do 


do Private. 


3 


William C. Stuart 


29 


do 


Gardiner 


June 4 


do do 


4 


Denola Witliam 


22 


do 


do 


Sept. 1 


do do 


5 


A. G. N. Bailey 


24 


do 


Farmington 


June 4 


[gusta. 


1 


Daniel Cliadwick 


41 


Corporal 


Augusta 


June 4 


Mustered in at Au- 


2 


Isaac N. Kennedy 


19 


do 


Somerville 


Sept. 1 


Promoted. 


3 


George P. Wontworth 


36 


do 


Augusta 


do 




4 


Henry A. Griffith 


18 


do 


do 


do 




5 


John B. Dodge 


21 


do 


Somerville 


do 




6 


Orrison Warren 


24 


do 


Vassalhoro' 


do 




7 


Frank M. Boynton 


20 


do 


Palermo 


do 




1 


William Stover 


19 


Musician 


Augusta 


Nov. 1 




1 


William H. SpofFord 


34 


Wagoner 


do 


Aug. 8 


Regimental Driver.; 



176 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Newell Strout, Company K, Third Eegiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fourth day of June, 1861. JOHN C. KEEN, Orderly Sergeant. 







1 


Married 


Mustered 


Pick. 
Wliere. 


Killed. ' 


d 


Names. 




Residence. 


or 


into 


Wlien. 


^ 


COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 


< 




Sinj!le. 


U. S. Ser. 


















1 


Newell Strout, 


28 


Durham 


Single 


June 4 






2 


Bensley S. Kcllcy, 


28 


Winthrop 


Married 


do 






3 


William EUlen. 

SEUGEANTS. 




do 


do 


do 






1 


Sumner H. Stanley, 


40| do 


do 


do 






2 


William M. Kicliinond, 


21 do 


Single 


do 






3 


Henry Penninian, 


27 


do 


Married 


do 






4 


Freeman Strout, 


26 


Durham 


do 


do 






5 


James C. Kicker. 

COKl'OUALS. 


29 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






1 


Daniel Lothrop, 


41 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Augustus A. Caswell, 


28 


Manchester 


do 


do 






3 


Albert A. J. Davis, 


21 Bangor 


Single 


do 






4 


James M. Eorsaith, 


35 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






5 


Frederic Strout, 


21 


Durham 


do 


do 






6 


Ivory C. Hanson, 




Winthrop 


Married 


do 






7 


Kisli worth A. Burgess, 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






8 


John F. Gaslin. 

MUSICIANS 


20 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Charles B. Haskell, 


33 


Readfield 


Married 


do 






2 


George W. Chandler. 

PRIVATES. 


44 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






1 


Allen, Stephen 


18 


Wayne 


Single 


do 






2 


Bryant, William B. 




Turner 


Married 








3 


Bryant, Thomas J. 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






4 


Brown, Joseph G. 


35 


Palmyra 


do 


do 






5 


Bradburv, Charles H. 


22 


Gorham 


do 


do 






6 


Bradbury, Charles H. 2i 


19 


Anson 


do 


do 






7 


Batchelder, Andrew P. 


20 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






8 


Babb, Orrin G. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Boyle, James W. 


29 


Wayne 


Married 


do 






10 


Burgess, William H. 


23 


Winthrop 


Single 


do 






11 


Buirell, Franklin 




Wayne 


do 


do 






1-2 


Bussell, John W. 


28 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






13 


Butler, George A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






14 


Butler, Andrew C. 


44 


do 


Married 


do 






lo 


Bailev, William P. 


20 


do 


Single 


no 






16 


Campl)ell, John W. 


23 


Liverniore 


Married 


do 






17 


Carver, Jason 


43 


Leeds 


do 


do 






18 


Clough, Charles E. 


21 


Fayette 


Single 


do 






19 


Duyer, Franklin 


24 


winthrop 


do 


do 






20 


Dexter, Hermon N. 


22 


Wayne 


Single 


do 






21 


Freeman, David P. 


19 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






22 


Friend, Warren A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Frost, Albert II. 




do 


do 


do 






24 


(irant, David 


25 


do 


Married 


do 






2.5 


Gilson, Nathaniel G. 


22 


Monmouth 


Single 


do 






26 


Gilson, John Q. A. 


26 


do 


Married 


do 






27 


Goldthwait, Edwin 


39 


Winthrop 


do 


do 






28 


(ieorge, Francis 




Leeds 


Single 


do 






2'J 


:tiille, De Forrest M. 




Fayette 


j do 


do 






3C 


Heald, William 


44 


E. Livermore 


Married 


; do 






31 


Hammond, Christopher 


21 


[Winthrop 


: Single 


1 do 






32 


Holmes, .lames M. 


22 


! do 


Married 


do 


Winthrop 




33 


iHunton, Herbert 


18 


Readfield 


Single 


] do 







APPENDIX D. 



177 



Volunteers, stationed at Camp Ploward, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

WILLIAM L. RICHMOND, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 



Deceased. 
Wlien. 



Sept. 16 



Disci) 'd. 
When. 



Aug. 8 
Aug. 7 
Aug. 20 

Sept. 22 



Aug. 4 



Sept. 19 
Nov. 4 



Remarks. 



Resicrned. 



By special order, No. 69. 
Promoted to Captain, Sept. 3. 



Deserted June 4, at Augusta. 
Appointed Sergeant, Sept. 23. 
Reduced to ranks, at his request. 

Reduced to ranks, Oct. 1. 
Dec. 5. 



Promoted to 1st Lieutenant, Sept. 7. 



Deserted, June 2 at Augusta. 

Appointed Corporal, Oct. 1. 

Sept. 23. 



Never served. 



Detailed in Hospital. 
Did not start from Maine. 
Did not start from Maine. 



On furlough. 



178 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company K, Third Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



34 Jacobs, Elijivli T. 

35 Judkins, Henry 

36 Keene, John C. 

37 Moran, Michael 

38 Nelke, Solomon A. 

39 Norris, Daniel S. 

40 Newell, Hu,i;h S. 

41 Putnam, Christopher C. 

42 Philbrook, Daniel W. 

43 Pierce, Thomas H. B. 

44 Quint, Orrin 

45 Robbins, John Q. 

46 Raymond, William R. 

47 Raymond, Georg-e W. 

48 Robbins, Oscar E. 

49 Smiley, Charles H. 

50 Sterns, Joseph H. 

51 Stevens, William 

52 Sterns, Charles J. 

53 Smart, Charles A. 

54 Smart, Bradford W. 

55 Snell, Patrick H. 

56 Sleeper, Charles D. 

57 Tiiomas, Henry C. 

58 Thomas, Edward K. 

59 Thurston, Stephen A. 

60 Towns, Edward F. 

61 Turner, Henry S. 

62 Upton, George W. 

63 Wood, A. G; H. 

64 Wilson, William G. 

65 Woodman, Benjamin 

66 Woodbury, Andrew 

67 Ware, Charles L. 

68 Oliver, W. H. 

69 Carroll, James 0. 

70 Colbv, E. B. F. 

71 Howard, William H. 

72 Thomas, Bradbury N. 

73 Mann, Elisha K. 

74 Johnson, H. H. 

75 Fabvan, H. 0. 

76 Kev', Rugsries 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. 



30 Winthrop 

do 
26; Leeds 



22 


Readlield 


22 


Winthrop 


21 


Mt. Vernon 


27 


Readfield 


25 


Readlield 


21 


Winthroj) 


28 


Readfield 


39 


Winthrop 


36 


Wayne 


22 


do 


23 


Readfield 


21 


Winthrop 


27 


do 


29 


Wayne 


25 


Winthrop 


19 


Vassalboro' 


25 


do 


28 


Winthrop 


18 


do 


18 


Readfield 




Winthrop 


19 


do 


20 


do 


20 


Leeds 


20 


Winthrop 


21 


do 


24 


do 


24 


Leeds 


19 


Winthrop 


18 


Pittston 


34 


Fairfield 


21 


Windsor 


22 


do 


18 


Readfield 


20 


do 


20 


Leeds 


18 


Farmington 


18 


Leeds 


18 


Greene 


23 


Leeds 


21 


do 


30 


Norridgewock 


23 


New Sharon 


18 


Readfield 




U. S. Army 




Brooklyn 



Married 

or 
Single. 

Single 
Married 

do 
Single 
Married 
Single 
Married 

do 
Single 

do 
Married 
Single 
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 



Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 



Sick, 
Wliere. 



Ca'p How'd 

Readfield 

Alexandria 



Winthrop 



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 
Julv 27 

do 

do 

do 
June 4 
Nov. 6 
Oct. 1 
Sept. 24 

do 

do 

do 
Sept. 21 

Oct. 12 Ca'p How'd 
Nov. 26 I 



Killed. 
Wlien. 



APPENDIX D. 



179 



Return of Company K, Third Regiment^ (^Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken 



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 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Aug. 4 
Au<;. 7 



Sept. 16 



Remarks. 



Au-. 7 



Nov. 4 



Aug. 4 



Nov. 11 



Appointed 1st Sergeant, Sept. 20. 

Appointed Corporal, Dec. 5. 
Detailed in Hospital. 

On furlough. 

Did not start from Maine. 

On furlough. 



Appointed Corporal, Sept. 23. 



Aug. 4 



Detailed in Hospital. 



Promoted to Mnjor, Sept. 3. 

" Brigade Quarter-Master. 



180 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company K, Third Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. ^'i:°"- 
era. 


De- 
ceased. 




Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


charged. 


serted. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 

Privates 


3 

12 

2 

55 


1 
6 




2 


3 

2 

1 
11 


1 
2 


4 


6 
15 

4 

80 


Total 72 


7 




1 2 1 17 i 3 


4 


105 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 










1 






Absent. 












On 


In 

Arre 


1 




On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 


T. 


Sick. 


Special 
Service. 








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72 



Present Organization of the Company. 







— 






Date of 




c 


Names. 


u 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


'^ 




<. 






ment. 




1 


W. L. Richmond 


21 


Captain 


Winthrop 


Sept. 3 




2 


Charles B Haskell 


33 


1st Lieut. 


Readfield 


Nov. 9 


[hv Company. 


3 


John C. Keen 


26 


2d Lieut. 


Leeds 


do 


Acting Lieut, elected 


1 


John C. Keen 


26 


Serfreant 


Leeds 


Sept. 20 




2 


Alhert A. J. Davis 


21 


do 


Banffor 


Sept. 23 




3 


Henry Pcnniman 


27 


do 


Winthrop 


June 4 




4 


Freeman Stroiit 


26 


do 


Durham 


do 




5 


•James C. Ricker 


29 


do 


Winthrop 


do 




1 


.Joseph G. Brown 


35 


Corporal 


Palmyra 


Oct. 1 




2 


Charles H. Bradbury 


22 


do 


Gorham 


Sept. 23 




3 


Htioh S. Ncn-ell 


27 


do 


Read field 


Dec. 5 




4 


Bradford W. Smart 


25 


do 


Vassalhoro' 


Sept. 23 




5 


Frederic Strout 


21 


do 


Durham 


June 4 




6 


John F. Gardiner 


20 


do 


Winthrop 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



181 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers of Fourth Regiment Lfantry, Maine Volunteers, 
showing changes which have taken place by promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since en- 
tering service of the United States to December 1, 1861. 



Hiram G Berry 
Tliomas H. Marshall 
Frank S. Nic-ker>oii 
Jabez B. Green halgh 
Isaac C, Abbott 
S. C. Hunkins 
Abial Lil)bey 
B. A. Chase 



Rank. 


Residence. 


Colonel 


Rockland 


Lieut. -Colonel 


Belfast 


Major 


do 


Adjutant 


Rockland 


Quartermaster 


do 


burgeon 


Windham 


Asst.-Surgeon 


Richmond 


Chaplain 


Unity 



Date of Appoint-] 


ment 




May 8, 


1861 


June 11, 


1861 


do 




June 14, 


1861 


do 




June 21, 


1861 


Aug. 6, 


1861 


do 





Remarks. 



Prom, to Col. 7th Regr. 

Prom, to Lt.-Col. and 

[to Col. 14th Reg. 

Taken prisoner. Re- 
[leased on parole. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Muster 
into U. S. Serv. 


Remafk.s. 


John F. Singhi 


Leader 


Rockland 


June 15,1861 


Promoted from Co. D. 


T. J. Woods 


Musician 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




Geo. E. Dver 


do 


New Sharon 


do 




Samuel Davis 


do 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




Judson Hall 


do 


Noblcboro' 


do 




Geo. L. Hall 


do 


do 


do 




Venora Whittier 


do 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




F. M. Oilman 


do 


do 


do 




0. J. Wells 


do 


do 


do 




George F. Teague 


do 


New Sharon 


do 


. 


John R Teague 


do 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




•James Warren 


do 


Biddeford 


June 16, 1861 




H. H. Rockwell 


do 


Uiica, N. Y. 


do 




Wales Whitehouse 


do 


do 


do 




John R. Burpee 


do 


Rockland 


June 1. "5, 1861 


Transferred from Co. B. 


H. G. Tibbetts 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John F. Gould 


do 


Belfast 


do 


Transferred frbm Co. K. 


H. M. A. Poor 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Georc;e W. Burgess 


do 


do 


do 


do 


J. H. Havner 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John Grover 


do 


Rockland 


do 


Transferred from Co. D. 


S. K. Whiting 


do 


do 


do 


do 


J. R. Skinner 


do 


Damariscotta 


do 


Transferred from Co. E. 


Mark L. Knowlton 


do 


Liberty 


do 


Transferred from Co. F. 



182 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Henry W. Cunningham, Company A, Fourth Regiment Infantry, 
morning of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that 
on the fifteenth day of June, 1861. OTIS C. McGRAY, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

1 Henry W. Cunningham, 

2 Richard S. Ayer, 
S.Isaac C. Abbott. 

I SERGEANTS. 

llAlonzo G. Libby, 

2 Andrew J. Grav, 

3 Otis C. McGrav, 
4j Charles S. Uoe, 
5:Jolm A. Phillips. 

CORPORALS. 

1 1 Riley Green, 
2iThomas Dawson, 
3j Frederick D. Aldus, 
4 1 Edwin A. Coffin, 
5 i Isaiah B. Merrick, 
6' William M. Gould, 

Lewellen Lincoln, 

Albert A. Haynes. 

MUSICIANS. 

Eben M. Sanborn, 
2j\yilliam H. Clifford. 

AVAGONEK. 

1 -Jonathan Doten. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Abbott, Timothy W. 
2|Allenwood, Epln-aini F. 
3! Beckett, James M. 
4JBuker, Alpha 

5 Bryant, Demetrius J. 

6 (Curtis, P'rank A. 
Cunningham, Jacob 
Curtis, Stephen 0. 
Carver, George S. 
Cross, Ephraim C. 
Cross, Ansel 
Cooley, Melvin 
CuUnan, William 
Colley, James M. 
Doten, Cliarles 
Durham, Tolford 
Daggett, Stephen 
Dickey, Lorenzo 
Dickey, Otis A. 
Demming, Jerry 
Dorcey, Micliael 
Daniels, George S. 
Elliot, Joseph M. 
Ellis, Elisha W. 
Five, Daniel D. 
Furbish, Erastus 
Fairweather, George 
Gurney, Tliomas H. 
!iuv, Kdmond 
Gall, James 
Gatchell, William B. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1.5 
1(3 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
2-2 
2.3 
24 
2.5 
26 
2T 
28 
29 
31 
31 



48Belfast 
31 Montvillc 
j Rockland 

24 1 Unity 
19'Montville 

22 Unity 
29 Bangor 

34 do 

35 Belfast 
29 do 

23 do 
27 do 

23 Newport 
24 1 Unity 
18'Searsmont 
23 Bangor 



Married 

or 
Single. 



41 



Belfast 
St. Albans 

Belfast 



23! Freedom 
34! Belmont 
38 Norlhport 

Ellsworth 

Montvillc 

Swanville 

Waldo 

Monroe 

Vinalhaven 

Searsmont 
do 

St. Albans 

Belfast 
do 

Freedom 

Waldo 

Liberty 

Monroe 
do 

Bangor 
do 

Newport 

Freedom 

Monroe 

Unity 

Bangor 

Woo<lst'k,N. 

Waldo 
22 Belfast 
18 Searsmont 
19:St. Albans 



Married 
Single 



i\] iistered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 



June 15 
do 



Single 

do 

do 
Married 

do 

Single 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
Sing 

do 
Married 
Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 
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 
do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



Annapolis 
jIn Camp 

!ln Camp 



APPENDIX D. 



183 



Maine Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Vii., expressing its condition on the 
have taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, 

H. W. CUNNINGHAM, Captain. 



d 


Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


1 
2 










3 








Appointed Quarter-Master. 


1 








Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, June 22. 


2 
3 








Promoted to 1st Sergeant, June 22. 


4 






Aug. 1 




5 






Nov. 17 




1 








Promoted to 3d Sergeant, Aug. 1. 


2 








4th " Nov. 17. 


3 








" 5th 


4 








" 1st Corporal, " 


5 








Transferred to Company K, 4 th Maine. 


6 




July 18 






7 








Reduced to ranks, Sept. 1. 


8 








Nov. 1. 


1 










2 










1 










1 










2 








Promoted to 8th Corporal, Sept. 28. 


3 








" 5th " " 


4 










5 










6 

7 






Oct. 31 




8 
9 








Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 


10 










11 






Nov. 13 




12 










13 










14 










15 










16 










17 










18 










19 










20 










21 










22 










23 






Nov. 4 




24 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 


J3 

26 










27 










28 








Promoted to 4th Corporal, Nov. 1. 


29 










30 
31 











184: 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company A, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Hi^-'gins, Samuel N. 
Heal, Hosea C. 
Hatch, Enos M. 
Hall, Henry C. 
Hajrarty, Myrick 
./aekson, Alonzo 
Kendriek, William 
Ladd, Henry W. 
Lord, Augustus S. 
Law, Melville 
Libby, Joseph P. 
Linikin, William 
Lovejoy, Joshua 
Lessor, George 
Monroe, Augustus A. 
iMoores, William J. 
Mithie, Thomas 
McKennev, Joseph 
Metcalf, William 
McAllister, John 
McCausland, Ilazen E. 
Nichols, Melville 
Nason, Frank 
Ordway, Lewis 
Piper, Albert 
Philbrook, Benjamin F. 
Pingree, Charles A. 
Russ, George A. 
Uobertson, Martin L. 
Sweeney, Dennis 
Sylvester, Sandford B. 
Severance, Joseph 
Stiiison, E<lwin M. 
Stevens, Edward H. 
Sanborn, David 
Smith, John B. 
Speed, Horace 
Sylvester, George W. 
Trussell, Anson T. 
Thompson, William 
VVhitinore, George W. 
Wentwortli, Thomas 
AVhittaker, Granville 
Walker, James B. 
Walker, Andrew, P. 
Webster, Charles M. 
Jackson, Amasa J. 
Davis, Elias H. 
Davis, Elbridge E. 
Davis, Jacob P. 
Robinson, Alonzo 
Hatdi, Sylvanus 
Mc.Maniis, Marcian 
Hatcli, Sylvanus B. 
Show, James (). 
Crosby, William 





Residence. 


_<_ 




4.5 


Belmont 


20 


do 


2.5 


Montville 


22 


Belmont 


21 


Unity 


28 


Belmont 


38 


Bangor 


19 


Scarsmont 


24 


Belfast 


18 


Union 


24 


Unity 


40 


Belfast 


18 


Bangor 


22 


do 


21 


Lincolnville 


19 


Beluiont 


18 


Dexter 


25 


Lincolnville 


38 


do 


25 


Montville 


18 


New))ort 


21 


Bangor 


20 


Belfast 


30 


Belmont 


22 


Waldo 


25 


Rockland 


22 


Stillwater 


20 


Belfist 


22 


Monroe 


18 


Belfast 


18 


Lincolnville 


21 


Searsmont 


42 


Oldtown 


22 


Montville 


21 


Troy 


21 


Biirnham 


18 


Pittsfield 


23 


Belfast 


36 


do 


38 


Rockland 


22 


Belfast 


38 


Waldo 


21 


Burn ham 


23 


Belmont 


31 


do 


25 


Unity 


34 


Belmont 


19 


Waldo 


18 


do 


33 


Searsmont 


18 


Belfast 


18 


Lincoln 


24 


Unity 


44 


Lincoln 


24 


Lincolnville 


23 


Rockland 



Married 

or 
Single. 

Married 


Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


June 15 






Single 


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 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 
Single 


do 
do 


In Camp 




do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






do 


do 






Single 


do 






do 


do 






Married 


do 






Single 


do 




Aug. 23 


do 
do 


Sept. 7 
do 






Married 


Sept. 23 






Single 
do 


Sept. 7 
Sept. 7 







APPENDIX D. 



185 



Return of Company A, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



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 

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 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Promoted to 7th Corporal, Nov. 17. 



Remarks- 



Deserted, July 25. 



July 21 



July 21 



Sept. 28 



Sept. 23 



Confined at Richmond. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Transferred to 38th New York. 



Deserted, July 10. 
Killed by accident. 



Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 17. 



13 



186 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company A, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 






Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


charged, serted. 

i 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 

Privates 


2 

9 

2 

70 


1 
3 


1 


3 


1 
1 


2 
4 


3 


1 

1 

2 


3 

13 

3 

87 


Total 


83 


4 


1 


3 


2 


6 


3 


4 


106 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 








On 






Sick. 


Special 




Sick 




Special 










Duty. 








Service. 
























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2 


92 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




o 


Names. 


be 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


l4 




< 






ment. 




1 


H. W. Cnnningham 


48 


Captain 


Belfast 






2 Rich.ard S. Ayer 


32 


1st Lieut. Montville 


June 15 




3 Alonzo E. Libbey 


24 


2d Lieut. 


Unity 


June 22 




1 Otis C. McGraj' 


22 


Sergeant 


Unitv 


June 22 




2 1 Andrew J. Gray 


19 


do 


Montville 


April 27 




3 [Riley Greer 


35 


do 


Belfast 


Nov. 17 




4 Tliomas Dawson 


29 


do 


do 


do 




5 Frederick D. Aldus 


23 


do 


do 


do 




1 Edwin A. Coffin 


27 


Corporal 


Belfast 


Nov. 17 




2 Edward K. Stevens 


22 


do 


Montville 


do 




3 James M. Beckett 


41 


do 


Northport 


do 




4 George S. Carver 


21 


do 


Vinalhaven 


do 




5 Thomas H. Gurney 


21 


do 


Waldo 


do 




6 Ephraim F. Allenwood 


31 


do 


Belmont 


do 




7 Svlvanus B. Hatch 


44 


do 


Lincoln 


do 




8 


Samuel M. Higgins 


45 


do 


Belmont 


do 


. 



188 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Elijah "Walker, Company B, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. ARTHUR LIBBEY, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

1 Elijah Walker, 

2 Urrin P. Mitchell, 

3 Julius B. Litchfield. 

SERGEANTS. 

1 Arthur Libliey, 

2 William E Crockett, 

3 Harrison U. Cowing, 

4 William A. Barker, 

5 John Mclvin Doe. 

CORPORALS. 

1 Madison Stevens, 

2 John L. Kellock, 

3 Heman H. Burpee, 

4 Eben Harding, 

5 Albion K. Prentiss, 

6 John Butler, 

7 Havilah Pease, 

8 Alvin D. Burns. 

MUSICIANS. 

1 Henry G. Tebbetts, 

2 Charles E. Gove. 

WAGONER. 

1 Gorham Butler. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Anderson, Robert, Jr. 

2 Blackinton, Edwin R. 

3 Bovnton, Arthur L. 

4 Bigdoll, Ellis 

5 Black, Patrick 

6 Bramhall, George A. 

7 Brown, Edwin E. 

8 Baker, Charles 

9 Burpee, John R. 

10 Blackinton, Morton A. 

11 Cowing, Edmund 

12 Cunningham, Thomas J. 

13 Chamberlain, Nathan 

14 Gushing, Ebun 
1.5 Christy, Tiobert 

16 Ch.ise, AshacI 

17 ( 'onley,Trederic 

1 Dunton, Andrew J, 

19 Dow, Herbert J. 

20 Dow, Dana Y. 

21 Dunbar, George H. 

22 Flanagan, William J. 

2.'! Farns worth, Theodore H. 
24 Fletcher, Brian W. 
2.T Foreman, (ieorge 

26 Fernald, Charles 0. 

27 Grant, Robert 

2>* (lalland, William 
2!! (xardincr, Andrew J. 

30 (joodwin, Albert 

31 Hopkins, Charles W. 



BC 


Residence. 


< 




42 


Rockland 


35 


do 


22 


do 


26 


do 


27 


do 


27 


do 


26 


do 


31 


Bangor 


32 


Rockland 


24 


do 


35 


do 


29 


do 


32 


Troy 


29 


Rockland 


36 


do 


23 


Washington 


21 


Rockland 


21 


Union 


23 


do 


18 


Rockland 


27 


do 


18 


Bangor 


23 


Dcdham 


28 


Waldoboro 


26 


Rockland 


21 


do 


19 


do 


29 


do 


2') 


do 


■2i) 


do 


30 


Veazie 


18 


Corinth 


24 


Bangor 


18 


Rockland 


21 


Winterport 


18 


Salem, Mass. 


18 


Montville 


23 


Rockland 


20 


Thomaston 


19 


Rockland 


19 


do 


44 


do 


32 


do 


19 


do 


21 


Winterport 


31 


Bangor 


24 


N. Y. City 


28 


Lincoln 


19 


Monson 


21 


Jefferson 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 


U.S.Ser. 


MaiTied 


June 15 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


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 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Rockland 



Alexandria 



Killed. 
Wiien. 



July 21 



APPENDIX D. 



189 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

ELIJAH WALKER, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



July 21 



Disch-d. 
When. 



Sept. 17 



Reduced to ranks, Aug. 16. Deserted, Aug 20. 
Promoted to 2d Sergeant, Aug. 25. 

" Sergeant-Major, Sei^t. 1.5. 

Reduced to ranks, Oct. 1. 



Reduced to ranks, Nov. 11. 
Promoted to 3d Sergeant, Sept. 15. 

Promoted to 5th Sergeant, Oct. 1 . 



Promoted to Regimental Band, June 16. 



On furlough in Maine. 



Promoted to Regimental Band, June 16. 



Deserted, July 27. 



Oct. 27 



Released from Richmond in Oct. 



190 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company B, Fourth Regiment, {Continued.} 



32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
50 
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 



Hussey, William F. 
Hodgman, Augustus 
Haskell, John W. 
Ingraham, Rufus C. 
Keith, Zypha S. 
Lamb, Samuel B. 
Mitchell, Henry T. 
Moulton, George D. 
Moore, Adoniram J. 
Moury, Edgar L. 
Megguier, Edward C. 
Murray, Charles 0. 
M'Kean, John 
Merrick, Alfred P. 
Murray, John 
Norris, Daniel C. 
Philbrick, William 
Pomroy, Josiah H. 
Potter,' Franklin W. 
Pillsbury, Thaddens S. 
Pratt, Jeseph H. 
Pitcher, Harrison A. 
Prescott, Royall 
Quinby, James 
Ripley, Henry 0. 
Read, Joseph C. 
Richardson, Alfred W. 
Redlon, George M. 
Simmons, Hanson B. 
Salsbury, Robert D. 
Spear, Otis G. 
Stetson. George F. 
S|)ear, Thomas B. 
Spear, Josiah C. 
Snowdeal, Thomas H. 
Sawyer, Charles F. 
Stevens, Elery G. 
Spaulding, George H. 
Towne, Asahel 
Thayer, Howard A. 
Totman, Samuel S. 
Tower, Franklin M. 
Titus, John W. 
Ulmer, Wyman W. 
Willis, Aruna 
Wood, Charles F. 
Wooster, Alden F. 
Wall, George E. 
Clark, James W. 
Lougy, John B. 
Loiiderback, David H. 
Heal, Artemus 

84 Tighe, George H. 

85 Whitney, Francis N. 

86 Philbrook, Levi A. 

87 Ulmer Alonzo N. 

88: Snowdeal, George, Jr. 
89 1 Taylor, George F. 
90;Knowles, John, Jr. 



Residence. 



Ct. 



Alton 

Hampden 

Rockland 

do 

do 
Calais 
Rockland 
Freedom 
Veazie 
Rockland 
Glenburn 
Palermo 
Philadel., Pa. 
Bangor 

do 
N. Haven 
Rockland 
Hampden 
Rockland 

do 
Porrlacd 
Rockland 

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 
Ban cor 



20 Philadel., Pa. 



Rockland 

do 
Machias 
Thomaston 
Rockland 
291 Thomaston 
26 1 Rockland 
44i Hampden 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 


U.S.Ser. 


Single 


June 15 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


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 


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 


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 


Julv 8 


do 


Aug. 8 


do 


Sept. 14 


do 


do 


do 


Sept. 17 


do 


Sept. 19 


Married 


June 15 


do 


do 



Eeg'l Hosp, 
Rcg'l Hosp, 



Reg'I Hosp 



Annapolis 
Washingt'n 



Killed. 
When. 



July 21 



APPENDIX D. 



191 



Return of Company B, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



July 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Will recover. 

Promoted to Corporal, Oct 1. 



Sept. 17 
Sept. 1 



Deserted, July 26. 



Deserted, Aug. 2. 
July 27. 



Promoted to Cofrporal, Oct. 1. 
Died in HospitaL 



Not heard from since July. 
Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 25. 



Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 11. 

Deserted, Aug. 27. 

Cut in two by cannon-ball. 



IProraoted to Musician, June 16. 



192 



adjutant-general's report. 



Recapitulation of Company B, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 




Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 3 
Non-Com. Officers 11 
Musicians & Wagoner 1 
Privates 71 


7 


2 




1 


1 

3 


1 
5 


1 

1 
1 


3 
13 

3 
90 


Total ! 86 1 7 ! 2 




1 


4 


6 


3 


109 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



For Duty. 



O Z 



3 13168 84 



Or* 

Special 

Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 















rr 


!f= 




O 


€ 


•a 


o 


o 


-a 





On 

Special 
Service. 



51 HO 



4 93 





Present Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




d 


Names. 


6 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


^ 




< 






ment. 




1 


Elijah Walker 


42 


Captain 


Rockland 


April 25 




2 


Orriu P. Mitchell, 


35 


1st Lieut. 


Rockland 


do 




3 


Julius B. Litchfield 


22 


2d Lieut. 


Rockland 


do 




1 


Arthur Libbev 


26 


Sergeant 


Rockland 


June 15 




2 


Harrison U. Cowing 


27 


do 


do 


Aug. 25 




3 


Herman H. Burpee 


3.5 


do 


do 


Sept. 15 




4 


Eben Harding 


29 


do 


do 


do 




5 


John Butler 


29 


do 


do 


Oct. 1 




1 


Madison Stevens 


32 


Corporal 


Rockland 


June 15 




2 


Albion K. Prentiss 


32 


do 


Troy 


do 




3 


Havilah Pease 


36 


do 


Rockland 


do 




4 


Alvin D. Burns 


23 


do 


Washington 


do 




5 


Otis G. Spear 


24 


do 


Rockland 


Aug. 25 




6 


Henrv T. Mitchell 


22 


do 


do 


Oct 1 




7 


Henry 0. Ripley 


20 


do 


do 


do 




8 


Charles F. Sawyer 


19 


do 


do 


Nov. 11 




1 


Charles E. Gove 


31 


Musician 


Union 


June 15 




2 


John Knowles, Jr. 


44 


do 


Hampden 


June 16 





I 



194 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Charles B. Greenhalgh, Company C, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. C. H. CONANT, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICEKS. 

Oliver J. Conant, 
Charles A. Rollins, 
slCharles B. Greenhalgh. 

SERGEANTS. 

1 George F. Crabtree, 

2 Charles H. Conant, 

3 Franklin Achorn, 
Elisha S. Rogers, 
John H. Young. 

CORPORALS. 

Joseph R. Conant, 
Kendall K. Rankin, 
Eugene Waters, 
George A. Staples, 
John Colburn, 
Eben L. Higgins, 
James M. Brown, 
Horatio G. Collins. 

MUSICIANS. 

John F. Walker, 
Nathaniel E. Mathews, 

WAGONER. 

James Balcomb. 

PRIVATES. 

Austin, Warren W. 
Blackiuton, Oliver N. 
Brown, Orlando F. 
Butler, Ephraim K. 
Collins, William J. 
Candage, Avery L. 
Cunningham, Austin 
Canning, Dennis 
Cunningham, Alfred W. 
Crockett, Alden 
Carson, Henry 
Chapman, William 
Gushing, McCobb 
Caswell William 
Dickey, Allen A. 
Fyler, Michael N. 
Fales, R. Orlando 
Gowen, Nathaniel B. 
Gardiner, George G. 
Grant, John F. 
Grant, Jarvis B. 
Gardner, Alanson 
Hewett, Sewall 
Keller, Thomas 
Knight, Francis E. 
Lading, Amandus E. 
Liscomb, H. C. 
Low, Thomas 
Libby, Charles 2d 
Miller, Charles 
Melvine, Ambrose P. 



1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1.5 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2.5 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 





Married 


Vlustered 


g) Residence. 


or 


into 


< 


Single. 1 


LT.S.Ser. 


35 Rockland 


Vlarried , 


Tune 15 


27 Thomaston 


Single 


do 


25 Rockland 


do 


do 


32 do 


Vlarried 


do 


26 do 


do 


do 


32 do 


single 


do 


43 do 


Vlarried 


do 


36 do 


do 


do 


23 do 


Single 


do 


22 do 


do 


do 


27 do 


do 


do 


28 do 


JNIarried 


do 


37 do 


do 


do 


26 do 


do 


do 


25 Thomaston 


Single 




23 Rockland 


do 


(to 
do 


22 do 


Married 




18 do 


Single 


do 


Thomaston 


Married 


do 
do 


21 do 


Single 


do 


21 Rockland 


do 


do 


24 do 


Married 


do 


18 Thomaston 


Single 


do 


19 Camden 


do 


do 


21 Rockland 


do 


do 


19 Wan-en 


do 


do 


28 Rockland 


do 


do 


19 Jefferson 


do 


do 


30 Rockland 


do 


do 


32 do 


Married 


do 


35 do 


do 


do 


42 do 


do 


do 


35 Warren 


Single 


do 


1 8 Rockland 


do 


do 


44 do 


Married 


do 


21 Thomaston 


Single 


do 


39 Rockland 


Married 


do 


19 Camden 


Single 


do 


20 Rockland 


do 


do 


19 do 


do 


do 


22 Camden 


do 


do 


17 Rockland 


do 


do 


22 do 


do 


do 


1 9 Jefferson 


do 


do 


19 Waldoboro 


do 


do 


21 Thomaston 


do 


do 


56 do 


Marriec 


do 


1 8 Rockland 


Single 


do 


21 do 


do 


do 


40 do 


Marriec 


do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



July 21 



July 21 
July 21 



APPENDIX D. 



195 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taiicn place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

C. B. GREENHALGH, Captain. 



.1 

O 1 


Prisoners. 
When 


Deceased Disch'd. 
When. When. 


Remarks. 




a; 


Taken. 








1 






Sept. 9 


Lung complaint. Resigned. 




2 
3 








Elected Captain, Sept. 9. 




1 








Appointed 2d Lieutenant, Sept. 9. 




2 








" 1st Sergeant, " 




3 












4 












5 












1 








Appointed 5th Sergeant, Sept. 9. 




2 












3 












4 












5 












6 












7 












8 


■ 










1 












2 












1 












1 












2 








Appointed Corporal, Sept. 9. 




3 










• 


4 












5 












6 












7 












8 












9 












10 












11 












12 












13 












14 












15 












16 












17 












18 


July 21 


Oct. 




At Richmond. 




19 












20 












21 












22 








Deserted, Sept. 22. 




23 












24 












2i5 












26 








Deserted, Aug. 9. 




27 












28 






Sept. 9 






2« 












3( 


) 










31 


I 











196 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company C, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



o 


Names. 


eu 


Residence. 


Married 
or 


Mustered 
into 


Sick 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


_5 


Martin, Patrick 


< 




Single. 


U. S. Ser. 






32 


20 


Jefferson 


Single 


June 15 






33 


Murphy, Levi 


30 ; Rockland 


Married 


do 






34 


Macovey, James 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






35 


Melius, "Francis G. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






36 


Nickerson, Moses 


38 


do 


Married 


do 






37 


Ovcrlack, Emerson 


18 Waldoboro 


Single 


do 






38 


Perry, Charles C. 


26 Rockland 


d6 


do 






39 


Pitcher, Adelbert S. 


25 


do 


do 


do 






40 


Pottle, Benjamiu F. 


23 


do 


Married 


do 






41 


Purcell, John 


20 


do 


do 


do 






42 


Pressey, Andrew B. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






43 


Pottle, Andrew 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






44 


Packard, Lorenzo 


24 


do 


Married 


do 






45 


Pease, Sumner B. 


24 


Hope 


Single 


do 






46 


Palmer, Benjamin F. 


24 


Thoniaston 


Married 


do 






47 


Rankin, Leonard C. 


19 


Rockland 


Single 


do 






48 


Bobbins, llufus 


25 


do 


Married 


do 






49 


Robinson, Charles E. 


21 Washington 


Single 


do 






50 


Ramsay, Crowell J. 


21 Waldoboro 


do 


do 






51 


Rich, John W, 


23 N. Portland 


do 


do 






52 


Sheldon, George 


25 i Camden 


do 


do 






53 


Sutherland, Walter 


29 Rockland 


do 


do 






54 


Salisbury, Albert F. 


19 


Tremont 


do 


do 






55 


Shuman, Joseph S. 


33 


Waldoboro 


do 


do 






56 


Sherman, Joseph W. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






57 


Thomas, George W. 


18 


Rockland 


do 


do 






58 


Titus, Ezekiel M. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






59 


Thomas, John H. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






60 


Tuttle, James F. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






61 


Xillson, P. Henry 


22 


Thomaston 


do 


do 




July 21 


62 


Veazie, Abijah 


29 i Rockland 


Married 


do 






63 


Vose, Silas H. 


22 Waldo) )oro 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




64 


Wakely, Thomas 


35 


Portland 


Married 


do 






65 


Walls, Henry C. 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






66 


Whitney, Joshua G. 


35 


Rockland 


do 


do 






67 


Weed, Thurlow 


22 


do 


Married 


do 






68 


Woodcock, Moses L. 


27 


Gushing 


do 


do 






69 


Wade, Edwin 


18 


Rockland 


Single 


Sept. 7 






70 


Shepherd, Albert 


1 9 Jefferson 


do 


June 15 






71 


Young, Hosea 


19 


Warren 


do 


do 






72 


Winslow, Jacob 


30 


Rockland 


do 


do 






73 


Walter, Benjamin 


21 


Warren 


do 


do 






74 


Boynton, S. P. 


44 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






75 


Keilar, John A. 


17 


do 


Single 


do 






76 


Stahl, John D 


29 Warren 


do 


do 






77 


Boyle, John 


20!01dtown 


do 


do 






78 


Moga Omar 


20,Passadumkeag 


do 


do 






79 


Mortal, Thomas 


2S Bangor 


Married 


do 






80 


Bragg, James M. 


19 Rockland 


Single 


Sept. 7 






81 


Kennedy, Daniel 


45 do 


Married 


do 






82 


Devine, John 


28 Boston 


Single 


do 






83 


Clark, Weston 


24;Searsport 


do 


do 






84 


Snowdeal, T. E. 


ISiThomaston 


do 


Sept. 23 






85 


Barker, George A. 


43 Rockland 


Married 


do 






86 


Coombs, Josiah 


22iVinalhaven 


Single 


do 






87 


Leach, F. M. 


22 1 Camden 


do 


do 






88 


Mills, Elisha 


21 Vinalhaven 


do 


do 






89 


Weed, Joseph 


44 


'Rockland 


do 


Nov. 9 







APPENDIX D. 



19T 



Return of Company C, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
Wlien 
Taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



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 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

8-1 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Sept. 10 



Remarks. 



Deserted, July 23. 
Deserted, Aug. 7. 

Deserted, Nov. 9. 

Missing since battle of Bull Run, probably killed. 



July 21 



July 12 



Sept. 1 



Sept. 10 



Deserted, Aug. 7. 



Nov. 4 



Confined at Richmond. 



Transferred to 38th New York. 



Transferred from Company H. 



198 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Recapitulation of Company (7, Fourth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 




T. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty, 


Sick. 


Killed. 


charged, serted. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 

13 

3 

65 


1 

1 


4 


2 


1 


1 
6 


7 


2 


4 

13 

3 

88 


Total 


83 


2 


4 





1 


7 


7 1 2 


108 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



For Duty. 



2 16 65 83 



1 85 



On 

Special 
Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 



Absent, 



Sick. 



12: & 



On 

Special 
Service. 



85 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




o 


Names. 


6 

tL 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


A 




< 






nient. 




1 


Charles B. Greenhalgh 


25 


Captain 


Rockland 


Sept. 9 




2 Charles A. Rollins 


27 


1st Lieut. 


Thomaston 


June 15 




3 G. T. Crabtrce 


32 


2d Lieut. 


Rockland 


Sept. 9 




1 C. H. Conant 


26 


Sergeant 


Rockland 


Sept. 9 




2 Franklin Achorn 


32 


do 


do 


do 




3 E. S. Roaers 


43 


do 


do 


do 




4 John H. Young 


36 


do 


do 


do 




5 J. R. Conant 


23 


do 


do 


do 




IKK. Rankins 


22 


Corporal 


Rockland 


Sept. 9 




2 Eufijcne Waters 


27 


do 


do 


do 




3 George A. Staples 


28 


do 


do 


do 




4 Jolin Colburn 


37 


do 


do 


do 




5 E. L. Hig^ins 


26 


do 


do 


do 




6 J. M. Brown 


25 


do 


do 


do 




7 H. G. Collins 


23 


do 


do 


do 




8 Oliver N. Blackington 


21 


do 


do 


do 




1 J. F. Walker 


22 


Drum'r 


Rockland 


June 15 




2 N. C. Mathews 


18 


Fifer 


do 


do 




1 


James Balcomb 


25 


Wagoner 


Thomaston 


June 15 





200 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Loreuzo D. Carver, Company D, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. EDWIN LIBBEY, Orderly Sergeant. 



c 

Si 


Names. 


6 

< 


Residence. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 






1 


Lorenzo D. Carver, 


35 


Rockland 


2 


Thomas Glover, 


31 


do 


3 


Chas. J. Strickland. 

SERGEANTS. 


24 


do 


1 


John F. Singhi, 


25 


do 


2 


Silas E. Labe, 


26 


do 


3 


Rufus F. Day, 


26 


do 


4 


Sullivan K. Whiting, 


30 


do 


5 


Calvin L. Haskell. 

CORPORALS. 


28 


do 


1 


Samuel F. Meservey, 


28 


do 


2 


Hosea Combs, 


44 


do 


3 


Mark Perry, 


44 


do 


4 


Allen P. Farrington, 


38 


do 


5 


George E. Starbird, 


34 Winterport 


6 


Sylvanus N. Saddler, 


21 Rockland 


7 


Appleton Townsend, 


23 Somerville 


8 


George W. Chatte. 

MUSICIANS. 


25 Deer Isle 


1 


John Grenner, 


20 Rockland 


2 


Charles Mudgett. 

WAGONER. 


19 


1 


Charles P. Burns. 

PRIVATES. 


19 do 


1 


Abbott, George R. 


19 Thomaston 


2 


Bartlett, Moses D. 


39 Rockland 


3 


Bailey, Joseph 


24 Jefferson 


4 


Baleman, A. P. 


28, do 


5 


Boggs, Emerson H. 


18 Warren 


6 


Bither, Martin 


19 Unity 


7 


Bolton, Seth 


20 Frankfort 


8 


Bowden, Charles 


25 Rockland 


9 


Bragg, B. E. 


31 do 


10 


Chase, John R. 


30 Swanville 


11 


Cooper, Randall 


18| Washington 


12 


Combs, John F. 


20 'Union 


13 


Cunningham, Jacob C. 


34 do 


14 


Cunningham, Wra. E. 


33 Washington 


15 


Davis, Henry 0. 


20 1 Rockland 


16 


Dollif, Thurlow J. 


20 Winterport 


17 


Dow, Moses A. 


36 Washington 


18 


Eaton, .James B. 


18 Deer Isle 


19 


Eaton, Isaiah V. 


30 do 


20 


Fields, Anthony 


18; do 


21 


Foss, William B. 


42 Rockland 


22 


Grav, John S. 


23 Washington 


23 


Haskell, Horace K. 


32 Deer Isle 


24 


Haskell, Peter H. 


34 do 


25 


Hatch, James 


37 i Washington 


26 


Heath, Samuel 


37 1 Rockland 


27 


Holden, Samuel E. 


44 Deer Isle 


28 


Hardair, Thomas 


44 Bangor 


29 


.Jones. .Johnson, Jr. 


19 Union 


SO 


Joy, Edward H. 


33 Washinsrton 


31 


Johnson, John 0. 


29 


Rockland 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 


U.S.Ser. 


Married 


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 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Alexandria 



Killed. 
When. 



July 21 



July 21 



July 21 



APPENDIX D. 



201 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of tiie United States, on the 

LORENZO D. CARVER, Captain. 



July 21 



Prisoners. 
Wlien 
taken. 



July 21 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Nov. 20 



Julv 19 



Julv 21 
July 21 



July 21 



Remarks. 



Confined at Richmond. 



Promoted to band leader, June 16. 
Reduced to ranks, Nov. 15. 
Reduced to Corporal, Sept. 22. 
Promoted to band, June 16. 



Reduced to ranks, Aug. 20. 

" July 9. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted to band, June 16. 

Deserted, July 25. Transferred from Co. I., July 3. 



Appointed 5th Sergeant, Sept. 21. 

Deserted, Aug. 19. 

July 25. 

Injured by exposure. 

Deserted, July 25. 

Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 
Deserted, July 25. 



Deserted, July 25. 

Transferred to 3Sth N. Y., Sept. 22. 



Confined at Richmond. 
Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 

ti tt (t a 

i< i< u It 

Confined at Richmond. 
Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 



14 



202 adjutant-general's report. 

Return of Company D, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



32 Kelley, Thomas 

33 Kiff, Alexander B. 

34 Marsh, F. AV. 

35 Miller, Parker 

36 Marshall, Henry 
37 1 Miller, John 

38 Merrill, Chas. F. 
391 Martin, Christopher 
40lMillay, A.J. 

41 l^lorrissey, John 

42 iMnrphy, John 

43 Needhani, Samuel J. 
44[Norton, William 

45 Norton, Joseph, Jr. 
46!0'Neil, William H. 
47JOber, Mark A. 

48 Perkins, William 

49 Perry, Levi J. 

50 Peasley, George 

51 Pushor, Ehen E. 

52 Perry, Chandler F. 

53 Quinn, John A. 
54!Rackliff, Samuel 
55 Reynolds, Uriah 
56; Richards, Horatio 
571 Richards, Lafayette 
581 Robin, James P. 
59 1 Robinson, R. G. 
eOjRice, Abiel P. 
6l!Shouler, James C. 

62 Sidlint,nen, Geo. W. 

63 Simmons, Jos. A. 

64 Snow, P>lwin 

65 Smith, John 
66'SmalI, Andrew 
67JSmith, Albert 
68'Stinson, Joseph E. 
69JStorey, Henry B. 

70 Stickney, Mellen L. 

71 Sparhawk, Jacob A. 

72 Savage, Andrew 

73 Silver, Norman W. 

74 Thomas, Orrin O. 

75 Thomas, Edward W. 

76 Thursdon, Habius W. 

77 Whitmore, Otis 

78 Wood, Samuel A. 

79 Wyatt, Thomas 

80 Watson, Jerome 

81 Witham, Joha 

82 Barrett, John 

83 Sideliiiger, Hilton W. 
84|Clark, Abial B. 

85 Libbey, Edwin 

86 Shields, William 
87 1 Fountain, William 
88 Brooks, Joseph H. 



Residence. 



32 Boston 
24 Rockland 

38 Boat Brvson 

32 Rockland 

23 Prince Roberts 
18 Rockland 

18 Troy 

22 Rockland 

20 Thomaston 
34 Rockland 

33 do 

33 Camden 

23 Rockland 
23 St. George 

23 Rockland 

24 Camden 
37, Rockland 

19 Thomaston 
2l[Somerville 
19 Pittstield 
44 Winterport 
ISRockport 
24 Detroit 
2rBuniham 

21 Rockland 
251 do 

25J do 
18 Jefferson 
26lAnson 
20' Rockland 

39 Union 

24 Camden 

25 Rockland 

34 do 

30 Deer Isle 

18 Thomaston 

19 Rockland 
21 j Union 
is' Jefferson 
31 1 Rockland 
39JWashingtoa 
33;Ellsworth 
19 Rockland 
19 1 do 

23 Union 
34 Unity 

29 Rockland 
40 ! do 
21 j Union 

24 Baltimore 
18 Union 

18 Jefferson 
28 Rockland 
20j do 
28; do 
21 Palermo 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 


U. S. Ser. 


Single 


June 15 


Married! 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


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 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


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 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


July 9 


do 


Sept. 23 


do 


do 


Married 


June 15 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Sept. 7 



Sick. 
Where. 



APPENDIX D. 



203 



Return of Company D, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



i 


Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 


Deceased. 
»Wheii. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Kemarks. 


32 






Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 




33 










34 






Aug. 28 






35 












36 












37 












38 












39 












40 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




41 












42 












43 








Promoted to 3d Sergeant, July 10. 




44 








" Corporal, Sept. 3. 




45 








Wounded in arm at Bull Run. 




46 












47 








Deserted, July 25. 




48 












49 












50 








Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 




51 








11 K << u 




52 


July 21 






Promoted to Hospital Nurse, June 16. 




53 












54 








Deserted, July 25. 




55 








" " 




56 








Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 




57 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




58 












59 












60 












61 












62 








Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 




63 








Wounded at Bull Run. 




64 
65 
66 








Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 














67 












68 








Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 




69 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




70 








Deserted, July 25. 




71 
72 


July 21 


Aug. 15. 




At Richmond, of wounds. 




73 
74 












75 






Aug. 9 






76 






July 25 






77 








Deserted, July 25. 




78 








" " Injured in leg at Bull Run. 




79 








Appointed Corporal, July 10. 




80 








Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 22. 




81 












82 








Deserted, July 25. 




83 












84 








[treville, Jul 


V 18. 


85 








Transferred from Co. H., Sept. 21, Wounded at 


Cen- 


86 
87 






Transferred from Company H. Sept. 21. 




88 


! 






« « <i (( 





204 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company D, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 





_ 




Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 


Killed. 


6 
J: 


Names, 


< 


Residence. 


or 
Single. 


into 

U.S. Ser. 


Where. 


When. 


89 


Barnard, Ira 


32 


Union 


Married 


June 15 






90 


Chapman, Lorenzo 


28 


Waldoboro' 


Single 


Sept. 7 






91 


Davis, Elias 


22 


Rockland 


Married 


June 15 






92 


Hodges, Charles 


18 


Gardiner 


Single 


do 






93 


Hager, Ezekiel P. 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 






94 


Heath, Ambrose 


53 


Jetferson 


Married 


Sept. 7 






95 


McCarr, Simon 


35 


Rockland 


do 


June 15 






96 


Merrytichl, Benjamin 


21 


Hope 


Single 


do 






97 


McLaughlin, 


19 


Rockland 


do 


do 






98 


Moody, Rieiiard 


44 






do 






99 


O'Brien, Patriek 


44 


do 


do 


Sept. 7 






100 


Shepherd, Almon 


19 


Jefferson 


do 


June 15 






101 


Taylor, Simon 


22 


Rockland 


do 


do 






102 


Martin, Daniel 


21 


do 


do 


do 






103 


Young, S. L. 


19 


do 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



205 



Return of Company D, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 




1 



Remarks. 



Transferred from Company H, Sept. 21. 
Transferred from Company H, Sept. 21. 



206 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company D, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 










Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


serled. ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Noii-Com. OfKeers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
5 

57 


1 


1 
4 


1 
1 

8 




1 

4 


1 
13 


5 

1 
17 


3 

13 

3 

103 


Total 


64 


1 1 5 10 




5 


14 23 


122 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 
















On 


In 

Aruest. 








On 




For Duty. 




Sick. 




Special 
Duty. 




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Special 
Service. 








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Present Organization of the Company. 











Date of 




i 


Names. 


£11 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 




< 






ment. 




1 


L. D. Carver 


35 


1 

1 

Captain Rockland 


April 27 




2 


Thomas B. Glover 


31 1st Lieut.; do 


do 


Pris'r at Richmond 


3 


C. L. Strickland 


24 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 


[Sept. 21. 


1 


Edwin Lihbv 


28 


Sergeant Rockland 


Sept 21 


Transf. from Co. H, 


2 i William Shields 


20 


do 


do 


do 


Transf. from Co. H, 


3 


Calvin L. Haskell 


28 


do 


do 


June 15 


[Sept. 21. 


4 


Samuel J. Needhara 


33 


do 


Camden 


July 10 




5 


George R. Abbott 


19 


do 


Thomaston 


Sept. 21 




1 


S. L. Meservey 


28 


Corporal 


Rockland 


June 15 




2 Mark Perry 


44 


do 


do 


do 




3 Allen P. Farrington 


38 


do 


do 


do 




4 William Norton 


23 


do 


do 


Sept. 3 




5 Thomas Wvatt 


40 


do 


do 


July 10 


[Bull Run. 


6 George W. Chatte 


25 


do 


Deer Isle 


June 15 


Taken prisoner at 


7 Rufus F. Day 


26 


do 


Rockland 


Sept. 22 


[Sept. 21. 


8 


William Fountain 


28 


do 


do 


do 


Transf. from Co. H, 



208 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Eeturn of Capt. Stephen C. Whitehouse, Company E, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that hav* 
fifteenthday of June, 1861. JAMES E. BEATH, Orderly Sergeant. 



i 


Names. 


< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
LI. S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 




COMMISSIONKP OFFICERS. 










1 


Stephen C. Whitehouse, 


10 


Jfewcastle 


Vlarried June 15] 






2 


James 0. Dow, 


11 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Frederick E. Hussey. 

SERGEANTS. 


25 


do 


Single 


do 






1 


Artemas llobinson, 


40 


Damariscotta 


Married 


do 






2 


Freeman W. Hall, 


32 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






3 


Tames D. Erskine 


22 


Bristol 


Single 


do 






4 


Wilmot Whitehouse 


is! Newcastle 


do 


do 






5 


John G. Ah Id. 


24 Boothbay 


do 


do 








CORPORALS. 














1 


Hiram Hatcii, 


34 


S^ewcastle 


Married 


do 






2 


Emery J. Hilton, 


22 


Bremen 


Single 


do 






3 


James E. Beath, 


23 Boothbay 


do 


do 






4 


Charles C. Brown, 


30 


Newcastle 


Married 


do 






5 


Harvey Bcrce, 


28 


Bristol 


Single 


do 






6 


Abram T. Gammage, 


22 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






7 


Evander G. Snow, 


21 


Noblelwro' 


do 


do 






8 


Charles H. Haggett. 

MUSICIANS. 


24 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






1 


Lucius B. Varney, 


18 


Bristol 


do 


do 






2 


George Hatchings. 

■WAGONER. 


18 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






1 


Albert S. Webb. 

PRIVATES. 


28 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Averell, Stinson A. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Barstow Willard T. 


18 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






3 


Bragdon, Orlando C. 


19 


Alna 


do 


do 






4 


Butler, Nicholas 


19 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






5 


Bragg, Timothy 


23 


do 


do 


do 






6 


Chapman, Jerome A. 


19 


Nobleboro' 


Married 


do 






7 


Chapman, John S. 


30 


Damariscotta 


Single 


do 






8 


Chapman, Charles K. 


18 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






9 


Chapman, Francis 


22 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






10 


Chapman, Everett B. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






11 


Cotter, Charles H. 


18 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






12 


Coombs, Ensign 


19 


Rockland 


do 


do 






13 


Campbell, Edwin W. 


25 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






14 


Clark, l^ifus 


24 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






15 


Clark, Enos 


21 


do 


do 


do 




July 2 


16 


Clisby, Robert S. 


20 


Boothbay 


do 


do 






17 


Campbell, Thomas B. 


27 


Thomaston 


Married 


do 






18 


Clement, Charles A. 


18 


Edgccom'b 


Single 


do 






19 


Dow, Charles H. 


18 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






20 


Dunbar, J. Roscoe 


22 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






21 


Fales, Samuel 


19 


Thomaston 


do 


do 






22 


Fountain, Isaac W. 


23 


Bristol 


do 


do 






23 


Farr, William C, Jr. 


23 


Thomaston 


do 


do 






24 


Govvan, Zuinglas C. 


24 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 






25 


Gowan, John L. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






26 


Gamage, Daniel E. 


19 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 






27 


(iiles, Harvey H. 


20 


Boothbay 


do 


do 






28 


Gove, Oscar C. 


18 


Newcastle 


do 


do 






29 


Hall, Asa 0. 


24 


Waldoboro' 


do 


do 




July 2 


31 


Hull, John 


26 


Damariscotta 


Marriec 


do 






31 


IHodgkins, James H. 


18 


Nobleboro' 


Single 


1 do 







APPENDIX D. 



209 



Volunteers, Ktationcd at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

JAMES D. EliSKINE, Captain. 



PriHOiieru. 
When 
taken. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 

n 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



July 21 
July 21 



Deceaxed. 
When. 



Di«cb'd. 
When. 



Oc-t. 30 
Jiiiv 4 
July 8 



Remarks. 



Resigned. 



Oct. 27 



Oct. 21 



Confined at Ki'hmond. 
Confined at Hi'hrnond. 
Appointed Captain, Nov. 1. 

Appointed 1 st Lieutenant, Nov. 30. 

Promoted to Acting 4th Sergeant, July 22. 

Wounded at Bull Km,. 

Prornoterl to Orderly Sergeant, Nov. 30. 

lUiduced to ranks, July 8. 

Retunied to ranks, Aug. 31, on account of sickness. 

Returned to ranks on account of sickness, Aug. 31. 
Sept. 26 Consumption. 

Returned to ranks. 
Returned to ranks. 



Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 

Promoted to Corporal. Sept. 1. 

( W. M Packard, of Rockland, who was taken pris- 
■J oner at Bull Run, was substituted for Cotter, 
( June 15. 

Transferred to N. Y. 38th Vols. 



Promoted to Sergeant, Nov. 30. 



TransfeiTed to N. Y. 36th Vols. 



Sept 26 



210 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company E, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



82 

33 

3+ 

35 

36 

3 

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 

f)f. 

(.7 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 



Names. 



Hatch, Joseph L. 
Hill-low, M. Hall 
Henry, Joseph 
Hall, Almond 
Hall, Lorenzo A. 
Hagan, Cyrus B. 
Hatch, James A. 
Hatch, Moses W. 
Hastings. Donald M. 
Harthorn, William M. 
Jones, Samuel C. 
Jones, Samuel 
Johnson, Joshua 
Jones, Ephraim L. 
Keene, Thomas P. 
Kinney, Jesse S. 
Lailer, Frank H. 
Light, Lewellyn D. 
Mears, Joseph E. 
McClure, Edward D. 
Merrill, Dennis 
M'Cobb, Charles S. 
Morang, Frank 
Osgood, George D. 
Perkins, Thomas R. 
Palmer, Edward 
Plummer, Harrison L. 
Palmer, George H. 
Pool, Edward B. 
Rhodes, Francis W. 
Rhodes, James G. 
Stetson, Frederick J. 
Stetson, William H. 
Sidelinger Samuel G. 
Skinner, John R. 
Turner, Charles C. 
Thomas, James H. 
Thompson, Charles M. 
Thompson, John L. 
Waters, Isaac T. 
Waltz, Ira A. 
Whitney, Elisha 
Winslow, Albert D. 
Waters, Nathaniel B. 
Turner, Thomas F. 
Ward, John 
Gove, Willard W. 
Place Samuel W. 
Perkins, William B. 
Carlisle, Jason 
Hatch, Edward K. 
Clark, J. S. 







Married 


Musterec 


o 


Residence. 


or 


into 


<. 




Single. 


U. S. Ser. 


18 


Nobleboro' 


Single 


June 15 


19 


Waldoboro' 


do 


do 


24 


Dresden 


do 


do 


IS 


Newcastle 


do 


do 


21 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 


18 


Booth bay 


do 


do 


25 


Jefferson 


do 


do 


20 


do 


do 


do 


21 


Bristol 


do 


do 


20 


Thomaston 


do 


do 


20 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 


19 


Bristol 


do 


do 


21 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 


26 


Newcastle 


Married 


do 


21 


Bremen 


Single 


do 


20 


Newcastle 


do 


do 


18 


Bristol 


do 


do 


28 


Damariscotta 


Married 


do 


18 


Bristol 


Single 


do 


18 


do 


dS 


do 


20 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 


24 


Boothbav 


do 


do 


18 


Whitefield 


do 


do 


21 


Newcastle 


do 


do 


19 


do 


do 


do 


22 


Bremen 


do 


do 


21 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 


18 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 


23 


Newcastle 


do 


do 


25 


Bremen 


do 


do 


21 


do 


do 


do 


18 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 


22 


Newcastle 


do 


do 


21 


Nobleboro' 


do 


do 


26 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 


21 


Bremen 


do 


do 


18 


Thomaston 


Married 


do 


28 


Bristol 


Single 


do 


21 


Damariscotta 


do 


do 


18 


Newcastle 


do 


do 


21 


do 


do 


do 


22 


Boothbay 


do 


do 


23 


Nol)leboro' 


do 


do 


21 


Newcastle 


do 


do 


18 


Bremen 


do 


do 


22 








18 


Newcastle 


do 


do 


22 


do 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


do 


23 


Boothbay 


do 


do 


27 


Nobleboro' 


do 


Sept. 22 


23 


Bristol 1 


do 1 


Oct. 31 



Sick. 
Where. 



Hospital 



Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



211 



Return of Company E, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



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 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



July 8 



July 21 
July 21 



July 21 



Deceased. 
When. 



Sept. 15 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Sept. 26 



Sept. 26 
Nov. 18 



Remarks. 



At Meridian Hill, of Measles. 



Emersoa Fales, of Thomaston, subst'd for him, July 17. 

Promoted to 3d Sergeant, Nov. 30. 

Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 
Detailed as Hospital Steward, June 17. 
Confined at Richmond. 



Wounded. 

Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted to Band, June 16. 
At Washington, of fever. 

Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 30, 

Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 

Not mustered in. 

Promoted to 2d Sergeant, Nov. 30. 
" " Corporal, Nov. 30. 
" " 2d Lieutenant, July 10. 
" " Corporal, Nov. 30. 
" " Hospital Steward. 



212 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company E, Fourth Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 1 o-„i. 
Duty. 1 ^'"^ 


Killed. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


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 \st, 1861. 



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Date of 


i 


Names. 


< 

22 
24 
23 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


1 

2 
3 


.James D. Erskine 
John D. Auld 
Jason Carlisle 


Captain 
Istl^ieut 
2d Lieut. 


Bristol 
Boothbay 
do 


Nov. 1 
Nov. 30 
July 10 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


James E. Beath 
Samnel W. Place 
Thomas P. Keene 
Hiram Hatch 
Thomas B. Campbell 


23 
22 
21 
34 

28 


Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Boothbay 

Newcastle 

Bremen 

Newcastle 

Thomaston 


Nov. 30 
do 
do 
do 
do 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 


Edw. D. McClure 
Aliram T. fiammage 
Naih. B Waters 
John S. Chapman 
Francis W. Chapman 
Ira A. Waltz 
Edw. K Hatch 
Wm. B. Perkins 


18 
22 
21 
31 
22 
21 
27 
31 


Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Bristol 

Damariscotta 

Newcastle 

Damariscotta 

Nobk'lioro' 

Damariscotta 

Nohleboro' 

Newcastle 


Sept. 1 
June 16 
Sept. 1 

do 

do 
Nov. 31 

do 

do 



Remarks. 



I 



214 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Andrew D. Bean, Company F, Fointli Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. MOSES FORD, Orderly Sergeant. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

1 Andrew D. Bean, 

2 James H. Huxford, 

3 Charles H. Burd. 

SERGEANTS. 

George G. Davis, 
2iMoses Ford, 
3! Henry Leach, 
4J Robert Waterman, Jr., 
5 Almond E. Osgood. 

CORPORALS. 

1 Jefferson Hobbs, Jr., 

2 Frank Rich, 

3 Joseph G. Hilt, 

4 William C. Rowe, 

5 Albert H. Rose, 

6 Abner C. Goodell, 
George M. Bragg, 
Francis M. Forbes. 

MUSICIANS. 

Charles H. Thompson, Jr 
Mark L. Knovvlton. 



WAGONER. 

N. B. Fuller. 

PRIVATES. 

Barlow, Elisha J. 
Barlow, Levant L. 
Barlow, John 
Bean, Edward, H. 
Bickford, J. H. 
Biokford, Rufus G. 
Cillev, Emerson 
Chick Winthrop H. 
Caligan, Henry A. 
Condam, Albert J. 
Crocker, Albert D. 
Craig, George J. 
Davis, AVilliam C. 
Danforth, Ste])hen 
DoUif, Warren A. 
Delano, Henry A. 
Elwell, Charles H. 
Evans, Joseph 
Evans, Amos 
Gardner, John H. 
Garnett, James C. 
Getchell, George B. 
iTetchell, Prentice M. 
Hall, George B. 
Hall, Harrison 
Hines, Jarvis S. 
Hines. Boyd C. 
HiaL:;ins, David 
Hill, Francis O. J. S. 
Hill, E.J. 



31 1 Hilt, Reuben S. 





Married Mustered 


g. Residence. 


or 


into 


< 


Single. 1 
Single , 


[J.S.Ser. 


45 Brooks 


Tune 15 


44 do 


do 


do 


Belfast 


do 


do 


20 Brooks 


Single 


do 


39 Jackson 


Married 


do 


36 Knox 


do 


do 


24 Montville 


Single 


do 


44 Newburg 


Married 


do 


23 Jackson 


Single 


do 


44 Brooks 


do 


do 


22 Lincolnville 


do 


do 


26 Monroe 


do 


do 


23 Brooks 


do 


do 


21 Hampden 


do 


do 


19 Lincolnville 


do 


do 


26 Brooks 


Married 


do 


26 Winterport 


do 


do 


18 Liberty 


Single 


do 


33 Newburg 


Manied 


do 


29 Knox 


Single 


do 


22 do 


do 


do 


28 Liberty 


do 


do 


18 Hampden 


do 


do 


22 Dixmont 


do 


do 


2.5 Newburg 


do 


do 


22 Brooks 


do 


do 


23 Dixmont 


do 


do 


26 Washington 


do 


do 


20 Dixmont 


do 


do 


19 do 


do 


do 


25 do 


do 


do 


18 Liberty 


do 


do 


40 Freedom 


Married 


do 


22 i Morrill 


Single 


do 


18 Searsport 


do 


do 


21 Brooks 


do 


do 


44 do 


Marrie(] 


do 


38 do 


do 


do 


19 do 


Single 


do 


40 Bangor 


do 


do 


35 Belfast 


do 


do 


23 Dixmont 


Marriec 


do 


21 Brooks 


Single 


do 


41 Troy 


Married 


do 


21 Unity 


Single 


do 


18| do 


do 


do 


IS'Hampden 


do 


do 


22 Newburg 


do 


do 


25 do 


do 


do 


21iMontville 


1 do 


do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



Hospital 



Hospital 



Hospital 



APPENDIX D. 



215 



Volunteers, stationed nt Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

ANDREW D. BEAN, Captain. 



July 21 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
II 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 

31 



July 21 



July 21 



July 21 



July 21 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Oct. 28 



Remarks. 



Recruiting in Maine. 
Wounded, Bull Run. 
Wounded, Bull Run. 



Sept. 18 



July 2 



Confined at Richmond. 



Transferred to Regimental Band. 

Badly wounded at Bull Run. Confined at Richmond. 

Confined at Richmond. 

Badly wounded. Confined at Richmond. 

Consumption. 
Confined at Richmond. 



216 • adjutant-general's report. 

Return of Company F, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.} 



Names. 



32 Hollis, James M. 

33 tlorton, Leiiniel C. 

34 Jiifkson, Edward W. 

35 Jones, Freeinau 

36 Johnson, Jolin 

37 Laiii^ill, Ephraim 

38 LeatiiLTS, Joseph B. 

39 Leathers, Silas B. 

40 Leathers, liensallear 

41 Leathers, William 

42 Laughton, William 

43 Miilherrin, James 

44 Nickerson, Daniel C. 

45 Overlock, Warren 

46 Patterson, Nathan 

47 Pinkham, Daniel G. 

48 Pieree, Daniel, Jr. 

49 Putnam, Lyman C. 

50 Phillips, Horace M. 

51 Poland, John A. 

52 Poland, Bainbridge 

53 Parsons, Charles B. 

54 Rackliff. James 2d^ 

55 Reynolds, Josiah K. 

56 Roberts, Cyrus 

57 Rolierts, Freeman M. 

58 Rowell, Charles H. 

59 Howell, Almond A. 

60 Robinson, George W. 

61 Rowe, Frank, Jr. 

62 Royall, Darius N. 

63 Richards, Eben B. 

64 Shephard John J. 

65 Stephens, John A. 

66 Stone, John F. 

67 Stone, Samuel B. 

68 Stevens, Alexander 

69 Tasker, Ephraim D. 

70 Thompson, Elliot P. 

71 Thaver, Francis II. 

72 Work, William 11. 

73 Work, Ehcn D. 

74 Wood, Charles A. 
7.') Witliani, Isaac M. 

7B Whitcomb, Thomas J. 

77 York, Hiram G. 

78 Young, Joseph, Jr. 

79 Nason, Nalnim R. 

80 Piper, Elisha S. 

81 Piper, Enoch F. 

82 Coulombe, Frederic 

83 Clark, Joseph W. 

84 Crockell, Charles W. 

85 Nash, Aurelius W. 

86 Chapman, Charles 



Residence. 



20 Thorndike 
291 Monroe 
Washington 

do 
Momoc 
Rockland 
Brooks 

do 

do 

do 
\ppleton 
Bangor 
Swanville 
Liberty 
Belmont 
Liberty 
Monroe 
Jackson 
Liberty 
Montvillc 

do 
New burg 
Rockland 
Unity 
Searsmont 
Jackson 
Montville 

do 
Belfast 
Brooks 
Monroe 
Bundiam 
Appleton 

do 
Dixmont 
do 



do 

Brooks 

Swanville 

Dixmont 

do 
Belfast 
Greentield 
Knox 
Dixmont 
Swanville 
Knox 
Newburg 

do 
Lincolnville 
Searsmont 

do 
Morrill 



ISlLiberty 




APPENDIX D. 



217 



Return of Company F, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



Deceased. 
VVJien. 



Disch'd. 
Wlien. 



Oct. 28 



Sept. 15 



Sept. 15 



Remarks. 



Deserted Julv 8. 



15 



218 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company F, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volvnteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
cliarged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Ci >mmi.ssioncd Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
10 

1 
75 


2 
2 




1 
4 




1 

1 
4 


1 


1 


4 

12 

3 

86 


Total 88 ! 4 




5 




6 


1 


1 


105 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Abse 


NT. 
















On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Di'TY. 


Sick. 




Special 




Sick. 
















Duty. 






Service. 








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93 



* Prisoner. 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Name. 


t£ 

< 

45 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 

Ai)()oint- 

iiient. 


Remarks. 


1 


Andrew D. Bean 


Captain 


Brooks 


May 8 




2 


George G. Davis 


20 


1st Lieut. 


do 


Oct. 28 




3 


Charles H. Burd 




2d Lieut 


Belfast 


May 8 




1 


Moses Ford 


39 


Sergeant 


Jackson 


Oct. 28 




2 Henry Leach 


36 


do 


Knox 


do 




3 Robert Waterman, Jr. 


25 


do 


Montville 


do 




4 Almond E. Osgood 


44 


do 


New burg 


do 




5 Jcftersou Hobbs, Jr. 


24 


do 


Jackson 


do 




1 Frank Rich 


44 


Corporal 


Brooks 


Oct. 28 




2 Joseph G. Hilt 


23 


do 


Lincolnville 


do 




3, William C. Rowe 


26 


do 


Monroe 


do 




41 Albert H. Rose 


23 


do 


Brooks 


do 




5,Abner C. Goodell 




do 


Hampden 


do 




6 George M. Bragg 


19 


do 


Linconville 


do 




71 Francis M. Forbes 


24 


do 


Brooks 


do 




8 


Rensallaer Leathers 


28 


do 


do 







220 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Edwin M. Smith, Company G, Fourth Regiment Infentrv, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together witii a complete record of the changes that have 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. CHARLES H. STINSON, Orderly Sergeant. 





Names. 
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 


< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Wliere. 


Killed. 
When. 














1 


Edwin M. Smith, 


22 


Wiscasset 


Single 


June 15 






2 


William H. Clark, 


33 


do 


Married 


do 






3 


Gustavus Rundlett. 

SERGEANTS. 


24 


do 


Single 


do 






1 


Charles H. Stinson, 


24 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


Ezra B. Carr, 


29 


do 


Married 


do 






3 


Cliarles H. Grossman, 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






4 


John G. Somes, 


28 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 




5 


Natlianiel A. Robbins. 

CORPOKALS. 


26 


Union 


do 


do 






1 


Converse Graves, 


23 


Wiscasset 


Single 


do 






2 


Charles E. Kniglit, 


35 


do 


Married 


do 






3 


Peter Fredson, Jr. 


28 


do 


Single 


do 






4 


George L. Crockett, 


22 


do 


do 


do 






5 


James T. McKenney, 


19 


do 


do 


do 






6 


Andrew H. Humphrey, 


40 


do 


Married 


do 






7 


Hans P. BurriU, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






8 


Elijah W. Webber. 

MUSICIANS. 


36 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Alden Farnham, 


22 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Austin J. Blagdon. 

PRIVATES. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Alhee, Alfred 


25 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Allen, Darius 


18 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Allen, Danforth 


21 


do 


do 


do 






4 


AveriU, Frank W. 


34 


Alna 


Married 


do 






5 


Bartee, Frederick 


21 


Wiscasset 


Single 


do 






6 


Bailey, William H. H. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






7 


Bailey, Augustus 


18 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Bailev, Bradford 


19 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Blake, Wilmot 


45 


do 


Married 


do 






10 


Brown, John 


38 


do 


Single 


do 






11 


Bragden, George 


45 


Alna 


Married 


do 






12 


Blinn, S. Payson 


32 


Wiscasset 


do 


do 






13 


Brookings, Crosby R. 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






14 


Boynton, John C. 


24 


Alna 


do 


do 






15 


Call, Timothy 


24 


Dresden 


do 


do 






IC 


Clark, Onesimus 


44 


Alna 


Married 


do 






17 


Crosman, Edwin 


18 


Wiscasset 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




18 


Clark, Jerome 0. 


25 


Alna 


do 


do 






19 


Crowaill, Thomas 


28 


Wiscasset 


Married 


do 






20 


Cunningham, Elijah 


23 


Newcastle 


Single 


do 






21 


Cooksen, Aryastus H. 


28 


Windsor 


do 


do 






22 


Dickerson, Seth P. 


28 


Wiscasset 


do 


do 






23 


Downey, John 


29 


do 


Married 


do 






24 


Erskine, James 


31 


do 


Single 


do 






25 


Erskine, Fairfield 


21 


Georgetown 


do 


do 






26 


Erskine, Joseph 


29 


Wiscasset 


do 


do 






27 


Fisher, John 


37 


Alna 


Married 


do 






28 


Gould, Jeremiah 


30 


Wiscasset 


Single 


do 






29 


Gould, Abial 


40 


do 


do 


do 






30 


Hilton, Leonard 


22 


do 


do 


do 






31 


Hull, William B. 


43 


do 


do 


do 






32 


Hackett, Hiram 


23 


Alna 


Married 


do 






33 


Howard, Daniel 0. 


24 


do 


Single 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



221 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

EDWIN M. SMITH, Captain. 



I Prisoners. 

„• W hen 
Z Taken. 



July 21 



1 
2 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1.5 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



Deceased. 
When. 



July 21 
July 21 



Disch'd. 
When, 



Confined at Richmond. 



Remarks. 



Transferred to 38th N. Y., Sept. 21. 



Deserted June 18. 



Transferred to 38th N. Y. Vol. 



Transferred to 38th N. Y. Vol. 

Wounded at Bull Run. 
Transferred to 38th N. Y. 



Wounded at Bull Run. 
Confined at Richmond. 
Transferred to 38th N. Y. Vol. 

Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 
Deserted July 21. 
Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 



Aug. 30 



222 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company G, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



i 


Names. 


< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 

Single 


Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


gicfc. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


34 


Jones, Edward 


19 


Wiseasset 


June 15 






35 


Kineaid, Reuel 


33 


do 


Married 


do 






36 


Kersej', Tliomas J. 


22 


Alna 


Single 


do 






37 


Kingsbury, John H. 


25 


Southport 


do 


do 






38 


Kersey, Bonjatnin F. 


25 


Alna 


do 


do 






39 


Kinf,fsbury, Gould F. 


19 


Wiseasset 


do 


do 






40 


Lowell, Albion 


18 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 




41 


Lowell, Bradford 


20 


do 


do 


do 






42 


Murphy, Lucius B. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






43 


Munsey, William 


25 


do 


do 


do 






44 


McFadden, Elbridge 


19 


Dresden 


do 


do 






45 


Munsey, ])avid G. 


33 


Wiseasset 


Married 


do 






46 


Marston, Josiah 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






47 


McKennev, John W. 


44 


do 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




48 


Nutter, William H. 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






49 


Nute, Alexander 


23 


do 


do 


do 






50 


Pinkam, Thomas F. 


18 


Alna 


do 


do 






51 


Pinkham, Tliomas D. 


44 


do 


do 


do 






52 


Runnels, William B. 


30 


Richmond 


Married 


do 






53 


Kittle, James F. 


20 


Dresden 


Single 


do 






54 


Rittle, John H. 


26 


do 


Married 


do 






55 


Rundlett, John 


20 


Wiseasset 


Single 


do 






56 


Rines, Philip 


20 


do 


do 


do 






57 


Southard, Freeman 


18 


do 


do 


do 






58 


Simpson, William H. 


25 


Alna 


^Larried 


do 






69 


Seavey, Sewall J. 


27 


Wiseasset 


Single 


do 






60 


Somes, Edward 


17 


do 


do 


do 






61 


Shaw, Freeman 


21 


do 


do 


do 






62 


Smith, Barnard 


22 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 




63 


Seavey, William 


28 


do 


do 


do 






64 


Toothaker, Josiah 


24 


do 


do 


do 






65 


Tibbetts, George 


28 


do 


do 


do 






66 


Trowbridiije, William 




Waldohoro' 


Married 


do 






67 


Williamson, Charles T. 


18 


Wiseasset 


Single 


do 






68 


Warren, George 


20 


do 


do 


do 






69 


White, Benjamin F. 


19 


Dresden 


do 


do 






70 


Winslow, Francis E. 


19 


Wiseasset 


do 


do 






71 


Wryht, Alden 


27 


do 


do 


do 






72 


Wryht, Joseph 


21 


do 


do 


do 




July 21 


73 


Young, (icorge S. 


27 


do 


do 


do 




74 


Young, Alba 


20 


do 


do 


do 






75 


Young, John 


18 


do 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



223 



"Return of Company G, Fourth Regiment, (^ContinuedS) 



c 


Prisoners. 
When 


Deceased. 
Wlien. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 




■z 


taken. 








^ 


34 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 




35 












36 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 




37 












38 




Nov. 17 




Dijihtbcria. 




39 








Deserted June 18. 




40 












41 








Promoted to Corporal Oct. 8. 




42 












43 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 




44 








" " " 




45 












46 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




47 












48 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 




49 












50 








Deserted June 16. 




51 






Sept. 19 






52 












53 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 




54 












55 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th, 




56 












57 






July 5 






58 






Aug. 30 






59 












60 












61 
62 
63 


July 21 






Wounded. Confined at Richmond. 














64 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 




65 








" " " 




66 












67 












68 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th, Sept. 21. 




69 




Sept. 27 








70 












71 












72 












73 








Promoted to Corporal, July — 




74 








Transferred to N. Y. 38th. 




75 













224 



AD.JUTAXT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Recapitulation of Company G, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



Present & Absent. 




1 

Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 




*''' ^^"' Sick 
Duty. '"'^^• 


Killed. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 2 
Non-Com. Officers 1 12 1 
Musicians & Wagoner 1 
Privates 32 3 


1 


1 

1 
3 


2 


4 


4 


26 


3 
13 

2 
75 


Total 47 4 


1 


5 


2 


4 


4 


26 


93 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



For Duty. 



2 12132 45 



O.-t 

Special 

Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 



ll 3I 4 



Absext. 



Sick. 



Prison- 
ers. 






51 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




c 


Name. 





Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Ai)pf>int- 


Remarks. 


Z 




< 






iiient. 
Mav 3 




1 


Edwin M. Smith 


22 


Captain 


Wiscasset 




2 


William H. Clark 


38 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 


Prisoner at Eich- 


3 


Gustavus Eiindlett 


24 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 


[mond, Va. 


1 


Charles H. Stinson 


24 


Sergeant 


Wiscasset 


June 15 




2 


Ezra B. Carr 


29 


do 


do 


do 




. 3 


John G. Somes 


28 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Charles H. Grossman 


21 


do 


do 


do 




5 


N. A. Robbins 


26 


do 


Union 


do 




1 


Converse Groves 


23 


Corporal 


Wiscasset 


June 15 




2 


(ieorge L. Crockett 


22 


do 


do 


do 




.3 


James T. McKenney 


19 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Andrew H. Murphy 


40 


do 


do 


do 




5 


George S. Young 


27 


do 


do 


Julv 21 




6 


Charles A Kniirhts 


35 


do 


do 


June 15 




7 


Bradford Lowell 


20 


do 


do 


Oct. 8 




8 


E. W. Webber 


36 


do 


do 


June 15 





226 



adjutant-general's eeport. 



Keturn of Capt. G. J. Burns, Company H, Fourth Eegiment Infantry, Maine Volun- 
plete record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered 

EDWIN LIBBY, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

1 G. J. Burns, 

2 J. C. Cobb, 

3 Beniah P. Brackley. 

SERGEANTS. 

1 Edwin Libby, 

2 Andrew A. Newbist, 

3 Seth M. Young, 

4 William Shields, 

5 John Copland. 

COUPORALS. 

1 William Fountain, 

2 Daniel Bean, 
3! Hudson 

4 1 Thomas C Newbist, 
SjStillmanMink, 

6 John J. Seymour, 
71 Edwin Keizer, 

William Green. 

MUSICIANS. 

1 Benjamin F. Young, 

2 Ebenezer J. Young. 

WAGONER. 

1 Elias Davis. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Anderson, George W. 
2'Ames, George L. 
slBlackington, Alfred 
4|Boggs, Benjamin F. 
5 Burr, Benjamin 
6|Boggs, Bradbury A. 

7 Barnard, Ira 
8'Butler, John 

9 'Burns, Nelson A. 
10 Clough, Daniel 
lliClough, Horace 
12, Crowley, John 

13 Crowley, Patrick 

14 Cooper, West W. 

1.5 Cunimings, William A. 
10 Cunningham, George W, 

17 Durgin, Elbridge H. 

18 Drake, Jesse 

19 Amos, William H. 

20 Eugly, James M. 

21 Fey lor, George 

22 Field, Isaac J. 

23 Farnsworih. Hollis 

24 Feyler, William 

25 Feylor, Henderson 

26 Gray, Adam 

27 Gilraore, William D. 

28 Hodges, Charles E. 

29 Hagcr, Ezekiel P. 

30 Ham, John 
Sl'llall, Samuel 



Residence. 



Rockland 
do 
do 



28 



do 

27 j do 

26 Lincolnville 

20 Rockland 

40 do 



do 
do 



28 

32 

19 

25 do 

24' Warren 

40 Cutter 

27 Rockland 

ISjUnion 

23 Lincolnville 

18 do 

22 Warren 

19 Camden 
is! do 

21 Thomaston 
19 Waldohoro' 

23 Rockland 

18 Waldohoro' 

32 Washington 
44 Rockland 

25 Union 

23 Thomaston 

19 Rockland 
27 1 do 

33 j do 
19 Union 
19! do 

26 Wai-hington 
18 Islesboro' 
18 Anson 

18 Rockland 
24! do 

40 Thomaston 
43 Rockland 
18 Camden 

28 Thomaston 
31 Waldohoro' 

41 St. George 
28 Providence 

18 Rockland 

21 Washington 

19 Rockland 

42 Augusta 



Married June 15 



Married Mustered 

into 
Single. U.S.Ser. 



do 
do 

do 

do 
Single 

do 
Married 

Single 
Married 

do 

do 
Single 

do I 
Married 
Single 

do 
do 

Married 

Single 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Married 



do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Side. 
Wliere. 



Killed. 
When. 



Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Siniile 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 



July 21 



APPENDIX D. 



227 



teers, disbanded September 21st, 1861, expressing its condition, together with a cora- 
the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of June, 1861. 

G. J. BURNS, Captain. 



6 


Prisoners. 
When 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Itemarks. 


Is 


taken. 








1 






Oct. 4 


Dishonorably discharged. 


2 






Sept.27 


Resigned. 


3 






Oct. 21 


" 


1 








Transferred to Co. H. Nov. 27. 


2 






July 18 


Consumption. 


3 








Transferred to Co. K. Sept. 21. 


4 








Co. D. 


5 








Co. K. 


1 








Co. D. 


2 








38th N.Y. " 


3 








Not mustered in. 


4 








Deserted July 2.5. 


5 








Taiisferred to 38th N. Y. 


6 








Co. K. Sept. 21. 


7 








38th N. Y. 


8 








Deserted July 25. 


1 








Transferred to Co. K. Sept. 21. 


2 








(( u u 


1 








Transferred to Co. D. Sept. 21. 


1 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 


2 
3 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


4 
5 








Co. K. 


6 








38th N. Y. 


7 








Co. D. 


8 

9 

10 








38th N. Y. 

ic a ic 








c< tt (( 


11 








t< (t It 


12 








Cl tt tt 


13 








(t tt tt 


14 










1.5 










16 








Badly wounded and supposed to have been taken pris- 


17 








Deserted July 25. [oner at Bull Run. 


18 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


19 








" " " 


20 








" " " 


21 








Co. K. 


22 








38ih N. Y. 


23 








Sick in Maine. 


24 






Sept. 9 




25 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


26 








Co. K. 


27 








38th N.Y. 


28 








Co. D 


29 








« i< (( 


30 








38th N. Y. 


31 








u « tt 



228 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company H, Fourth Regiment, (^ Continued.} 



1 


~ 




Married 


Mustered 




l 


Names. 


1 9 
< 


Residence. 


or 
Single. 

Single 


into 
U. S. Ser. 

June 15 


Sick. ' " 
Where. 


1 Killed. 
When. 


32] Haskell, William 


,21 


Warren 






33 Jackson, Amasa 


30 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






34 Jameson, Alvin 


18 


Union 


Sin-le 


do 






35 'Johnson, George 


19 


Windham 


do 


do 






36 Jackson. Miles 


30 


Waldoboro' 


Married 


do 






37iJones, Silas S. 


18 


Lincolnville 


Single 


do 






38 Jacksons, Samuel 


31 


Rockland 


do 


do 






39 Kniirht, Jonathan 


22 


Lincolnville 


do 


do 




July 21 


40 Kitf, John 


30 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






4rKing, AYilliam A. 


20 


St. George 


Single 


do 






42 King, Samuel A. 


22 


do 


Married 


do 






43' Leach, Henry F. 


18 


Camden 


Single 


do 






44lMartin, Alonzo E. 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 






45 Mansfield, Benjamin 


21 


Hope 


do 


do 






46 1 Martin, Daniel 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 






47'McMann, Daniel 


23 


Prospect 


do 


do 






48 Marr, Erastus 


27 


Washington 


do 


do 






49 March, Edward 


21 


Warren 


do 


do 






501 Martin, Orhmdo 


21 


Rockland 


do 


do 






51 


McDavit, James 


24 


do 


Man-ied 


do 






52 


McLaughlin, James 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






53 


Moodv, 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 


O'Brien, Thomas 


31 


Rockland 


do 


do 






58 


Parker, John B. 


42 


Jefferson 


do 


do 






59:Parlin, Wilder S. 


18 


Lincolnville 


Single 


do 






60 Rogers, Lawrence 


18 


Union 


do 


do 






61 [Shepherd, Oilman 


19 


Jeflerson 


do 


do 






62:Sidelinger, Munroe 


18 


Union 


do 


do 






63'Studley, Augustus 


18 


Rockland 


do 


do 






64 Stall, Isaac 


32 


do 


Married 


do 






65 Sullivan, Jeremiah 


33 


do 


do 


do 






66'Simraons, William H. 


18 


Lincolnville 


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 




July 21 


71 Taylor, Simeon 


22 


Rockland 


do 


do 






72 Wallace, Alexander 


25 


Waldoboro' 


do 


do 






731 Wadsworth, Elisha 


28 


Lincolnville 


do 


do 






"4 Washburn, Horace B. 


22 


Brewer 


do 


do 






751 Walsh, Robert 


31 


Rockland 


Married 


do 






76' Wentwortli, Rufus 


21 


Hope 


Single 


do 






77 Young, Smith L. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






78 Chapman, Lorenzo 


28 


Waldoboro' 


do 


Sept. 8 






79i Heath, Abram 


40 


Jefferson 


Married 


do 






80 


Holmes, Hiram i 


18 


Rockland 


Single 


June 15 







APPENDIX D. 



229 



Return of Company H, Fourth Reg-iment, ( Continued.') 



6 


Prisoners 
When 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


Z 


taken. 








32 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


33 








Co. K. 


34 








38th N. Y. 


35 








Co. K. 


36 


July 21 






Confined at Eichmond. 


37 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


38 








Co. K. 


39 










40 








38th N. Y. 


41 








Deserted July 25. 


42 








Deserted July 25. 


43 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept 21. 


44 








" " " 


45 








Co. D. 


46 








" " " 


47 








38th N. Y. 


48 








IC l( (t 


49 








il It « 


50 








(( tt i( 


51 








" " " 


52 








Co. D. 


53 








t< << i( 


54 








38th N. Y. 


55 








Co. D. 


56 








Deserted July 25 


57 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


58 








u u a 


59 








Deserted July 25. 


60 










61 








Transferred to Co. D. Sept. 21. 


62 








Deserted July 25. 


63 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


64 








" " " 


65 








(( « « 


66 








U (t c< 


67 








(I tt tt 


68 




Aug. 30 






69 








tl ft tl 


70 










71 








" Co. D., Sept, 21. 


72 










73 








Deserted July 25. 


74 


July 21 


' 




Confined at Kichmond. 


75 








Deserted July 25. 


76 








Transferred to 38th N. Y. Sept. 21. 


77 








Co. D. 


78 








tl a il 


79 








" " " 


80 








Co. K. 



230 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company H, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & 

Fit for 
Duty. 


Absent.' 

Killed. 

Sick, i 


Prison- 
er:!. 


De- Dis- 
ceased. charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians <&, Wagoner 
Privates 




3 


4 


3 

1 

1 1 


2 
9 


9 

3 

62 


3 

12 

3 

80 


Total 




3 


4 15 11 


74 


98 



I 



232 



UTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Eeturn of Capt. Wil 
tion on the niorniu 
States, on the 9th c 



Names. 



Pitcher, Company H (New Organization), Fourth Eegi- 
^ember 1st, 1861, together witli a complete record of the 
Dvember, 1861. EDWIN LIBBEY, Ord. Sergeant. 



COMMISSIONED OF 

William L. Fitchei 
Albert L. Spencer, 
George F. Bourne 

SERGEANTS. 

Orpheus Roberts, 
Francis R. Barlow, 
Walter S. Goodale, 
Moses F. Long, 
Otis W. Friend. 

CORPORALS. 

Francis P. Ingalls, 
Enoch Lurvey, Jr. 
Josiah H. Emerson, 
Gilbert F. Kane, 
Henry Braddock, 
Daniel W. Barker, 
Morris Leach, 
Andrew Grindle. 

MUSICIAN. 

John Webster. 

WAGONER. 

Levi Roberts. 

PRIVATES. 

Allen, Charles W. 
Allen, Charles N. 
Babson, Joseph B. 
Brackett, Charles W. 
Barter, Daniel B. 
Cox, George 
Carpenter, Wilson 
Clough, John 
Carter, Edwin 
Closson, Bailey R. 
Dearliorn, Francis M. 
Dodge, Jeremiah 
Dodge, Roscoe G. 
Debeck, Moses A. 
Douglass, Robert 
Downs, Samuel N. 
17|Eaton, Augustine W. 

18 Emerton, Andrew L. 

19 Flanders, Robert G. 

20 Farnham, Joseph E. 
211 Furbish, Abram J. 
22 1 Greene, Robert F. 
23 Grindle, Elijah H. 
24iGrav, Nathan 
25|Guiiford, William H. 
26 i Greene, Thomas F. 

27 Green, JSlark H. 

28 Greene, Edward 

29 Grindle, Richard P. 
SOiGinn, Caleb 
SljGriffin, Frank 
32|Higgius, Simon 



Residence. 



5 Bangor 
i do 
do 

Stockton 
Knox 
Bangor 
Bluehill 
do 

do 

'remont 
vvanvillc 
' Isworth 

lOX 

vant 

lobscot 

lehill 



)ks 

,jv;ugwick 
do 

Brooklin 

Belfast 

Rockland 
28 Bangor 
33 Penobscot 

20 Bluehill 
211 Sedgwick 
21 1 Brooklin 
IS'il^arland 
38 Trenton 
20lBluehill 
29'Clifton 
36 Bluehill 

23 Winterport 
21|Bluchill 
|21;Brooksville 
19 (Garland 

25 1 Knox 

24 Rockland 

21 j Brewer 

18 Penobscot 
21 ; Sedgwick 
32 Penobscot 
20, Brewer 

23 Surry 

24 j Bluehill 
19|Sedgwick 
43|Belinont 

19 Palermo 
IslTremout 



Married | Mustered 

or [ into 
Single. lU. S. Ser. 



Single 

Married 

Single 

Married 

do 
Single 
Married 

do 

Married 

Single 

Married 

do 

do 
Single 

do 
Married 

do 



Nov. 9 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



Single Nov. 11 



Sick. 
Wiiere. 



Killed. 
When. 



do 

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 

do 

do 

do 
RLirried 
Single 

do 



Nov. 9 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Nov. 11 
Nov. 9 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



In Camp 



Hospital 



APPENDIX D. 



233 



ment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condi- 
changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United 

WILLIAM L. PITCHER, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Remarks. 



Reduced to ranks, Nov. 28. 



Now in ranks, as private. 



Now acting as musician. 



16 



234 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company H, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 











Married 


Mustered 


c 


Names. 


bli 


Residence. 


or 


into 


J_ 




< 




Single. 


U. S. Ser 


3.3 


Haskell, Elliot 


27 Knox 


Single 


Nov. 9 


34 


.Jordan, Benjamin 


42 Belmont 


do 


do 


35 


.Jellison, Charles 


21 Monroe 


do 


do 


3(5 


■Tellison, Horace 


18, Knox 


do 


do 


37 


.Jackson, William 


30 


Montville 


Married 


do 


38 


Jackson, Joel 


28 


do . 


Single 


do 


39 


Murry, John M. 


19 


Bluehill 


do 


do 


40 


iViiJan, Thomas 


22 


Tremont 


do 


do 


41 


Mason, James 


34 


Bluehill 


Married 


do 


42 


Malloy, William 


19 


do 


Single 


do 


4.3 


MrDoun-all, Neil 


28 


P. E. Island 


do 


do 


44 


Mcars, John F. 


18 


Morrill 


do 


do 


45 


Mills, Manford 


18 


Vinalhaven 


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 


Orneville 


do 


do 


50 


I^iixe, Amos 


24 Ivenduskeag 


do 


do 


51 


l*a-e, James W. 


22 1 Sedgwick 


do 


do 


52 


Reed, Jared R. 


27 iMt. 'Desert 


do 


do 


53 


Rose, Charles 


28iBano:or 


do 


do 


54 


Reed, William 


28jEasthrook 


do 


do 


55 


Steele, Georfje 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 


linox 


do 


do 


60 


Saunders, Thomas C. 


27 


Rockland 


do 


do 


61 


Tripp, William H. 


18 


Sedgwick 


do 


do 


62 


rimer, Horatio A. 


22 


Rockland 


do 


do 


63 


Wellino-ton, Georp^e 


19 


Garland 


do 


do 


64 


Wasgatt, Thomas M. 


18 


Somerville 


do 


do 


65 


Wood, Georije P. 


18 


Penobscot 


do 


do 


66 


Whitney, Adolphus 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 


linox 


Single 


do 


70 


York, John K. 


22 


Clifton 


Married 


do 


71 


Young, Harrison 


18 


Searsmont 


Sinale 


do 


72 


Younj;-, Stephen 0. 


18 


Lincolnville 


do 


do 


73 


Yonnt^, Morris, 


22 


Searsmont 


do 


do 


74 


Sherman, Frederic M. 


18 


Knox 


do 


do 


75 


Jellison, Joseph 


21 


Monroe 


do 


Nov. 11 


76 


Libbey, Edwin C. 


28 


Rockland 


do 


June 15 



Sick. 
Where. 



Hospital 



Killed. 
When. 



Hospital 



Hospital 



I 



APPENDIX D. 



235 



Return of Company H, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Transferred to Company C, Nov. 30. 



Transferred from Company D. to 1st Sergeant, 



236 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company H, Fourth Regiment Infantry Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 








Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


lull: Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Kon-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
67 


8 












1 


3 

13 

2 

76 


Total 


85 


8 












1 1 94 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 














! 






On 


In 
Arrest. 






For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 

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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




c 


Names. 


6 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 






< 
25 






ment. 




1 


William L. Pitcher 


Caj)tain 


Bangor 


Nov. 5 




2 


Albert L. Spencer 


28 


1st Lieut, do 


do 




3 


George F. Bourne 


23 


2d Lieut, do 


do 




1 


Edwin C. Libhev 


28 


Sergeant Rockland 


Nov. 28 






Francis R Barlow 


43 


do 


Knox 


Nov. 9 




3 


Walter S. Goodale 


22 


do 


Bangor 


do 




4 


Moses F. Long 


25 


do 


BliiehiU 


do 




5 


Otis W. Friend 


35 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Francis P. Ingalls 


27 


Corporal 


Bluehill 


Nov. 9 




2 


Knoch Lurvev, Jr. 


26 


do 


Tremont 


do 




3 


Josiah H Emerson 


47 


do 


Swanville 


do 




4 


Gilbert F. Kane 


28 


do 


Ellswonh 


do 




5 


Henrv Braddock 


27 


do 


Knox 


do 




6 


Daniel W. Barker 


18 


do 


Levant 


do 




T 


Morris Leach 


20 


do 


Penobscot 


do 




8 


Andrew Grindle 


40 


do 


Bluehill 


do 




1 


•lohn Webster 


32 


Fifcr 


Bluehill 






'2 


Robert G. Flandess 


19, 


Drum'r 


Garland 







238 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Ebenezer Whitcomb, Company I, Fourth Regiment Infantiy, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. FRANK P. EAMES, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names, 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

1 Ebenezer Whitcomb, 

2 Jabez B. Greenhalgh, 

3 William E. Burgin. 

SERGEANTS. 

1 .James N. Fowler, 

2 Charles S. Bickmore, 

3 Robert H. Gray, 

4 James E. C. Sawyer, 

5 J. M. Wiswcll. 

CORPORALS. 

1 Frank P. Fames, 

2 Benjamin T. Haynes, 

3 Nelson P. Staples, 

4 Benjamin Ames, 

5 Levi Temple, 

6 Isaac W. Baird, 

7 Samuel C. Grant, 

8 Daniel Carley. 

MUSICIANS. 

1 Byron H. Wood, 

2 Samuel H. Fames. 

WAGONER. 

1 Robert Ames. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Ames, Fisher 

2 Bachelder, H. H. 

3 Brown, Jeremiah 

4 Blanchard, David 

5 Benson, George L. 

6 Clark, C. M. 

7 Chase, Nathan 

8 Cobb, A. A. 

9 Colson, Oscar 

10 Colson, Prentice 

11 Crowley, Charles S. R. 

12 Colson," Sandford H. 

13 Carleton, Simon B. 

14 Calderwood, H. D. 

15 Dodge, Marcus N. 

16 Dwelley, George W. 

17 Doyle, Thomas 

18 Donahoe, John 

19 Downes, George H. 

20 Emerson, Calvin 

21 Eaton, Thomas B. 

22 Fowler, John C. 

23 Forbes, Frank 

24 Gray, Christopher C. 

25 Gray Clarendon W. 

26 Gunn, Charles W. S. 

27 Hunter, John L. 

28 Hamilton, George W. 
29 1 Haynes, Thomas B. 
30[Heald, Otis • 

31 Harriman, Joseph E. 



Residence. 



Searsport 
do 
do 

do 

do 
Stockton 
Searsport 

do 

do 

do 
Prospect 
Searsport 
Detroit 
Camden 
Frankfort 
Prospect 

Searsport 
Stockton 

Searsport 

Camden 

Swanville 

Searsport 

Plymouth 

Frankfort 

Searsport 

do 

do 
Stockton 
Frankfort 
Winterport 

do 

do 
Camden 
Searsport 
Winterport 
Searsport 
Bangor 
Plymouth 
Belfast 
Winterport 
Searsport 
Vassal bore' 
Stockton 

do 
Searsmont 
Searsport 

do 

do 
Camden 
Winterport 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 


U.S.Ser. 


Married 


June 15 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


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 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Sinu:le 


do 


do 


do 


Mairied 


do 


Single 


do 


Manied 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 1 



Sick. 
Where. 



In Camp 



Annapolis 



In Quarters 



Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



239 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

EBENEZER WHITCOMB, Captain. 



o 


Prisoners. 

Wlieu 


Deceased 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks, 




fc 


Taken. 










1 

2 








Appointed Adjutant 4th Maine, June 17. 




3 






Aug. 15 






1 








Appointed 1st Lieutenant, Aug. 15. 




2 






Transferred to I4th Maine, Nov. 30. 




3 


July 21 




jEscaped from Manassas, Julv 28, app. 2d Lieut 


, Aug. 


4 






July 21 


[15, recruiting in 


Maine. 


5 








Transferred to 14th Maine. 




1 








Promoted to 1st Sergeant, Nov. 29. 




2 






Aug. 31 






3 








Promoted to 3d Sergeant. 




4 






July 31 






5 






Sept. 27 Wounded badly. 




6 






Promoted to Sergeant, Nov. 29. 




7 
8 








Detailed Assistant Commissary, July 15. 




1 








Promoted to 2d Sergeant, Nov. 29. 




2 
1 








Drummer. 




1 
2 






Sept. 9 






3 






Sept. 9 






4 












5 












6 

7 
8 
9 
















Sept. 9 


Detailed Hospital Steward. 




10 








" Assistant " 




11 












12 












13 












14 












15 












16 








Not heard from since battle of Bull Run. 




17 












18 












19 












20 












21 












22 












23 








Not heard from since July 21. 




24 








Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 




25 












26 












27 












28 












29 






Aug. 1 






30 








Not mustered in. 




31 








Transferred to 28th N. Y.. 





240 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company I, Fourth Reg-iment, ( Continued.') 



32 
33 
34 

35 
36 
37 
38 

39 
40 
41 
4-2 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
50 
57 
58 
59 
60 
6,1 
6-2 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 



Names. 



Irving, William H. 
JiiUison, Lemuel B. 
Knowlton, George F. 
Kimball, George W. 
Kent, Edward E. 
Larnibee, Walter S. 
Lane, Silas H. 
Lowell, Edwin C. 
Libby, Hall J. 
Launder, Jacob A. 
Lothrop, Mellen 
\Iossman, Jonathan 
Matthews, Arthur D. 
MiUay, George A. 
Malony, Michael 
Meservey. J. S. 
Maddocics, Samuel C. 
Maddocks, Ephraim 
Moore, Elias B. 
Merrithew, A. J. 
Millano, Juan 
Murray, Albert 
Mudgett, Charles A. 
Merrithew, A. 
Nichols, Albert S. 
Porter, Frederick W. 
Pendleton, Lewis E. 
Patterson, George W. 
Pope, George W. 
Phinney, Charles A. 
Patten, John G. 
Parker, Charles P. 
Stevens, C. H. 
Staples, Alvah 
Snow, Benjamin F. 
Sidclinkcr, Rufus P. 
Sidelinker, Oliver P. 
Towers, John 
Trimble, James 
Tasker, Benjamin 
Towers, William S. 
Trivett, Roscoe 
Wood, Edw. W. 
Ward, John 
Wittham, Clifton 
Whittam, Charles P. 
Witham, Moses H. 
Smith, Samuel S. 
Roberts, Edw. L. 
Wood, Allen D. 
Dickey, Almond 



Residence. 



Vassalboro' 

Frankfort 

Camden 

Winterport 

Brewer 

Searsport 

Winterport 

Palmyra 

Bangor 

Corriniia 

St. Albans 

Searsport 

do 
Thomaston 
Searsport 
Camden 
Belfast 

do 
Frankfort 
Searsport 
Plymouth 

do 
Orono 

Green Island 
Searsport 

do 
Frankfort 
Belfast 
Winterport 

do 
Detroit 
St. Albans 
Searsport 
Prospect 
Orringtou 
Troy 

do 
Searsport 

do 

do 

do 
St. Albans 
Searsport 

do 

do 

do 
Plymouth 
33 Bangor 
21 Stockton 
20 Plymouth 
20 Stockton 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 


U. S. Ser. 


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 


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 


Married 


do 


Sinsile 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


Oct. I 


do 


Sept. 23 


do 


do 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



Alexandria 



Camp 
Camp 



APPENDIX D. 241 

Return of Company I, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



i 


Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 


Deceased. 
When. 


IJisch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


32 












33 












34 








Promoted to 4th Sergeant, Aug. 15. 




35 












36 












37 






Sept. 9 






38 












39 








Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 




40 








Transferred to 28tli N. Y. 




41 












4d 






Sept. 9 






43 












44 








Not heard from since Julv 21. 




45 








Transferred to 28th N. Y'. 




46 












47 








K <l 




48 








Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 




49 


July 21 






Badly \founded. 




50 








Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 




51 






Sept. 5 






5-2 








Badly wounded at Bull Eun. 




53 












54 








Transferred to Co. D, 4th Maine, as drummer. 




55 












56 








Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 15. 


« 


57 












58 












59 












60 








' 




61 












62 








Deserted, Aug. 15. 




63 








Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 




64 












65 












66 












67 












68 












69 












70 








Detailed Hospital Steward. 




71 

72 






Aug. 1 






73 


.July 21 






Wounded, confined at Eichmond. 




74 






Sept. 27 






75 












76 












77 












78 












79 












80 












81 












82 













242 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company I, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 










Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


serted. f'erred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
IMusiciaus & Wagoner 
Privates 


1 

6 

3 

60 


1 




6 


1 
4 

8 


1 


1 
3 

5 


3 

13 

3 

81 


Total 


70 


1 




6 




13 


1 


9 


100 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Pbese 


NT. 


















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On 


In 








On 








For Duty. 


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Special 




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Special 










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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




i 


Names. 


en 
< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 

2 


Eben. Whitcomb 
James N. Fowler 


46 

27 


Captain 
1 St Lieut. 


Searsport 
do 


June 15 
Aug. 15 




3 


Robert H. Gray 


27 


2d Lieut. 


Stockton 


do 




1 
2 


Frank P. Fames 
Byron H. Wood 


36 
24 


Sergeant 
do 


Searsport 
do 


Nov. 29 
do 




3 


Geo. F. Knowiton 


24 


do 


Camden 


Aug. 15 




4 
5 


Nelson P. Staples 
Ivory W. Baird 


35 
25 


do 
do 


Prospect 
Camden 


July 15 
Aug. 15 




1 
2 


Christopher C. Gray 
Samuel 0. Haddocks 


25 

22 


Corporal 
do 


Stockton 
Belfast 


Aug. 15 
do 




3 Edward C. Lowell 


21 


do 


Palmyra 


do 




4 Daniel Carley 


18 


do 


Prospect 


June 15 




5 Elias B. Moore 


22 


do 


Frankfort 


Aug. 15 




6 Chas. P. Parker 


21 


do 


St. Albans 


do 




7 Albert S. Nichols 


25 


do iSearsport 


Nov. 1 




8 


Edward L. Koberts 


21 


do 


Stockton 


Nov. 10 





2i4 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Silas M. Fuller, Company K, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
fifteenth day of June, 1861. SIMEON H. LARABEE, Orderly Sergeant. 







1 


Married 


Mustered 




o 


Names. 


61 
< 


Residence. 


or 
Single. 


into 
r;. S. Ser. 


Sick. "■" ' 
Where. 


Kuiea. 
When. 




COMMISSIOXED OFFICERS. 














1 


Silas M. Fuller, 


42 


Belfast ] 


Harried 


June 15 






2 


Alden D. Chase, 


39 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Horatio H. Carter. 

SERGEANTS. 


38 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Joseph L. Havener, 


37 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Benjamin Kelly, Jr. 


27 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Simeon H. Larrabee, 


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 






3 


William H. Witherly, 


45 


[^orthport 


Married 


do 






4 


Daniel II. Adams, 


26 


Thomaston 


do 


do 






5 


Sheridan F. Miller, 


20 


Belfast 


Single 


do 






6 


Alfred J. Stephenson, 


43 


do 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




7 


Andrew Herrin, 


22 


Augusta 


Single 


do 






8 


Job Clark. 

MUSICIANS. 


39 


Belfast 


Married 


do 






1 


Frederick J. Low, 


18 


Winterport 


Single 


do 






2 


Benjamin F. Young. 

WAGONER. 


23 


Lincolnville 


do 


do 


» 


• 


1 


William S. Baker. 

PRIVATES. 


46 


Belfiist 


Married 


do 






1 


Bisbee, Levi B. 


33 


do 


Married 


do 






2 


Baker, Edward 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Berry, Zethan 


22 


do 


Married 


do 


Supposed at 




4 


Burgess, George W. 


26 


do 


do 


do 


[home 




5 


Gates, Jediah C. Jr. 


25 


do 


Single 


do 






6 


Carter, Americus F. 


28 


do 


do 


do 






7 


Collins, Charles C. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Carroll, John 


24 


do 


do 


do 






9 


Currier, 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. 


18 


Belfast 


Single 


do 






13 


Doak, James E. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






•14 


Doyle, John 


22 


do 


do 


do 






15 


Dunbar, Benjamin M. 


24 


do 


Married 


do 






16 


Fowler, Willard R. 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






17 


Gardner, William H. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






18 


Gannon, Michael 


22 


do 


Married 


do 






19 


Gordon, Epiiraim A. 


21 


Frankfort 


Sinsile 


do 






20 


Gallop, Edwin C. 


21 


Appleton 


do 


do 






21 


Gould, John F. 


19 


Belfast 


Marrieci 


do 






22 


Guptill, James II. 


20 


do 


Single 


do 






23 


Hall, Augustine 


19 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Havener, Jacob H. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






23 


Hawkins, Aurelius 


21 


Waldo 


do 


do 






26 


Hanscomb, Chas. W. 


26 


Winterport 


Marriec 


do 






27 


Hersev, Samuel S., Jr. 


22 


! Belfast 


Sini^le 


do 






2i 


Hibbard, Charles W. 


20 


Appleton 


do 


do 






2? 


Johnson, John 0. 


27 


Belfast 


do 


do 






3t 


) Kimball, David H. 


34 


do 


Marriec 


do 






31 


King, William J. 


19 


do 


Single 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



245 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing 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. 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



July 21 



July 23 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
1 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Deceased. 
When. 



July 12 
July 12 



July I 



Bisrh'd. 
When. 



Remarks. 



Promoted to Major, Sept. 15. 
Resigned. 



Promoted to Captain, Sept. 15. 
" 1st Lieut., " 
" 1st Sergeant, Aug. 15. 

Reported dead of wounds. 

Promoted to Sergeant, Aug. 15. 



Transferred from Company H. 



Wounded at Bull Run. Promoted to 2d Lieut., Sept. 15. 

Absent since July 22. 
Transferred to band, June 16. 



Sept. 15 
Auo;. 1 



July 1 

July 1 
July 15 
July 1 



Transferred to band, June 16. 
Wounded at Bull Run. 

Transferred to band, June 16. 



Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 



246 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company K, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued,^ 



6 


Names. 


6 

< 

■21 


Residence. 


iMarried Mustered 

or into 
Single. U. S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
VVlien. 


32 


Lewis, George W. 


Belfast 


Single June 15 






33 


McAchorn, Archibald 


35 


Thomas ton 


Married do 






34 


Moody, Dennis 


22 


Monroe 


Single 1 do 






35 


Xeallcy, James M. 


42 


Belfast 


Married, do 


In Camp 




36 


Xickerson, Aaron W. 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






37 


Nickerson, Sears 


42 


do 


Married 


do 






38 


Hanning, Elisha 


31 


do 


do 


do 






39 


Patterson, Alexis G. 


26 


do 


Single 


do 






40 


Patterson, Aurelius H. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






41 


Parker, Augustus A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






42 


Perkins, James W. 


34 


do 


do 


do 






43 


Perkins, Silas M. 


24 


do 


Married 


do 






44 


Poor, Hoi lis M. A. 


27 


do 


Single 


do 






45 


Ray, Jaeob D. 


26 


Knox 


do 


do 






46 


Rairden, Michael 


35 


Belfast 


Married 


do 






47 


Redman, Edward D. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






48 


Rines, Joim 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. 


32 


Belfast 


do 


do 






53 


Robinson, Benj. F. 


20 


do 


Married 


do 






54 


Sherman, John F. 


18 


do 


Single 


do 






55 


Sleeper, Sherliurne A. 


19 


do 


do 


do 






56 


Smallev, 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. 


19 


Belmont 


do 


do 






62 


Wilson, Augustus J. 


20 


Belfast 


do 


do 






63 


Wilson, Joseph B. 


24 


do 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




64 


Whitehead, Robert 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






65 


Ware, Horace L. 


19 


Northport 


do 


do 






66 


Young, Ezra 


47 


Belfast 


Married 


do 






67 


Young, George S. 


21 


do 


Single 


do 






68 


Cross, Daniel 


21 


Detroit 


do 


do 






69 


Naf^ale, 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 


Burgess, Geo. W. 


19 


Belflist 


do Sept. 23 






74 


Burr, Benja. 


22 


Brewer 


do June 15 






75 


Copeland, John 


39 


Rockland 


Married do 






76 


Davis, Henry A. 


20 


Belfast 


Single Sept 23 






77 


Faylor, George 


40 


Thomaston 


Married June 15 






78 


Holmes, Hiram 


18 


Rockland 


Single \ do 






79 


Hilton, Alvin 


18 


Appleton 


do Sept. 23 


In Camp 




80 


Gray, Adam M. 


41 


St. George 


Married June 15 






81 


Jackson, Ainasa 


30 


Rockland 


do 


do 






82, 


Tackson, 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. 23 






86 


Seamore, John J. 


40 


Rockland 


Married June 1 5 






87 


Young, Seth M. 


26 


Lincolnville 


Single 1 do 






88| 


Young, Eleazor J. 


18| 


do 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



24r 



Return of Compamj K, Fourth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 





Prisoners. 


Deceased. 


Disch'd. 






c 


When 
Taken. 


When. 


When. 


Remarks. 




32 




Sept. 5 






33 






Sept. 5 






34 












35 
36 
37 








Promoted to Corporal, July 1 . 










Promoted to Corporal, Aug:. IS. 




38 












39 




Nov. 18 




Wounded mortally by accident. 




40 






Oct. 25 






41 

A O 












4J 

43 
44 








Transferred to band, June 16. 




45 
46 
47 

AH 








Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 15. 




4o 

49 












50 












51 












52 












53 












54 












55 












56 






July 1 






57 








Discharged, en route to Washington. 




58 












59 












60 












61 












62 






Sept. 5 






63 












64 












65 












66 












67 












68 












69 












70 












71 
72 








Transferred from Company H. 




73 








Recruit from Maine. 




74 
75 

76 








Transferred from Company H. 










Recruit. 




77 








Transferred from Company H. 




78 








" " " 




79 








Recruit. 




80 
81 








Tran.sferred from Company H. 




82 








„ 




83 








tl it u u 




84 








A. 


• 


85 








Recruit. 




86 
87 

88 








Transferred from Company H. 










(( <( « n 





248 



adjutant-general's report. 



Recapitulation of Company K, Fourth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 




no- 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


charged, serted. 

i 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

3 
.59 


2 
6 






1 
1 


2 

1 

13 




1 
4 


6 
15 

3 
83 


Total 


76 


8 






2 


16 1 


5 


107 



Condensed Morning Report, Decemher \st, 1861. 



For Duty. 



3 1 1 60 74 



2 6 



On 

Special 
Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 





t 








C 




ft: 




O 


fF 


•a 


O 


5 














o 


E 








c 




o 


— 


O 






£: 


c 


O 


•& 







83 



Absent. 



On 

Special 
Service. 



1 84 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 


tt 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


fr. 




< 
37 






nient. 




1 


Joseph L. Havener 


Captain 


Belfast 


Sept. 15 




2 Benjamin Kelley, Jr. 


27 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 


[Bull Run. 


3 Levi B. Bisbee 


33 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 


Slightly wounded at 


IDaniel H. Adams 


26 


Sergeant 


Thomaston 


Nov. 1 




2 Amos B. Woostcr 


26 


do 


Belfast 






3 Fitz W. Gilbert 


30 


do 


do 


Aug. 15 




4 Charles Brown 


23 


do 


do 


do 




5 Simeon H. Larrabee 


43 


do 


do 


do 




1 Sheridan F. Miller 


20 


Corporal 


Belfast 






2 Alfred J. Stephenson 


43 


do 


do 






3 Andrew Herrin 


22 


do 


Augusta 






4 Job Clark 


39 


do 


Bclfest 






5 James M. Ncallcy 


4-2 


do 


do 


Julv 1 




6 David H. Kimball 


34 


do 


do 


Aug. 15 


[Run. slightlv. 


7 Edw. D. Kedman 


23 


do 


do 


do 


Wounded at Bull 


8 Scars Nickerson 


42 


do 


do 


do 




1 Fred. J. Low 


18 


Dnim'r 


Winterport 




[Company H, 


2 Benjamin F. Young 


23 


Filer 


Lincoluville 




Transferred from 


1 


William S. Baker 


46 


Wagoner 


Belfast 







APPENDIX D. 



249 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers of Fifth Regiment Infantry,, Maine Volmdecrs, 
showing changes which have taken plaee by promotioti, resignation, or otherwise, since en- 
tering service of the United States to December 1, 1861. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


Mark H. Bunnell 


Colonel 


Portland 


May 22, 1861 


Resigned. 


Edwin lUsley 


Lieut. -Colonel 


Lewiston 


do 


Resigned. 


S. C. Hamilton 


Major 


Biddeford 


do 


Resigned. 


Chas. S. Whitman 


Adjutant 


Portland 


May 27, 1861 




Benj. S. Buxton 


Surgeon 


Warren 


June 21, 1861 


Taken prisoner. Re- 


Francis G.Warren 


Asst.-Surgeon 


Biddeford 


do 


[leased on parole. 


John S. Merrill 


Quartermaster 


Gorham 


May 31, 1861 


Resigned. 


John N. Adams 


Chaplain 


Portland 


June 1, 1861 


[tant 13th Regt. 


Fredrick Speed 


Sergt. -Major. 


Gorham 




Promoted to Adju- 


Adelbert B. Twitchell 


Quar.-Sergt. 


Bethel 




Prom. to Lieut. 5th 


Benj. Freeman 


Com'y-Sergt. 


do 




Discharged. [Battery. 


William S. Noyes 


Hosp. Steward 


Saco 




Prisoner, Bull Run. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



=?*S= 



Jonathan Cole Leader 

Chas. G. Young Musician 

Edward N. Cobb do 

Edward M. Gammon do 

James A. Leavitt do 

Saml. F. Parcher do 

James Dickinson do 

Danl. H. Holman do 

Daniel P. Larry do 

Levi B. Tibbetts do 

Danl. M. Wescott do 

Ezekiel York do 

Wm. H. Boardman do 

Francis A. Cloudman do 

Horace Cole do 

Chas. F. Cleaves do 

Joseph W. Doughty do 

James Evans, Jr. do 

James M. Fernald do 

James H. Shannon do 

John W. Thompson do 

Luther Wiswall, Jr. do 

Chas. D. Barrett do 

Warren Hume do 

17 



Residence. 



Portland 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Saco 
Biddeford 

do 
Gorham 
Biddeford 
Gorham 
Biddeford 

do 
Windham 
Norway 
Biddeford 
Windham 
Hiram 
Houlton 
Biddeford 
Hartford 
Windham 
Portland 
Lewiston 



Date of Muster 
into U. S. Serv. 



June 24,1 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



861 



Remarks. 



Deceased, July 26. 



Transferred from Co. C. 
Transferred from Co. B. 
Transferred from Co. F. 

do 
Transferred from Co. E. 

Transferred from Co. A. 
Transferred from Co. H. 

do 

do 
Transferred from Co. K. 
Transferred from Co. A. 



250 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Henry R. Millett, Company A, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourth day of June, 1861. JOHN C. SUMMERSIDES, Ord. Sergeant. 









Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 


Killed. 


c 


Names, 


u 

<_ 


Residence* 


or 
Single. 


into 
U.S.Ser. 


Where. 


When. 




C03I.MIS3IONED OFFICERS- 














1 


Josiah Heald, 


38 Gorham 


Married 


June 24 






2 


William Merrill, 


28 do 


do 


do 


Gorham 




3 


John S. Merrill. 

SERGEANTS. 


36 do 


do 


do 






1 


Henry R. Millett, 


28 Palmyra 


Single 


do 






2 


JohnO. Winship, 


22 Gorham 


do 


do 






3 


Charles H. Patrick, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






4 


George D. Beck, 


25 


do — 


Married 


do 






5 


John L. Haskell. 

CORPORALS. 


23 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Noah Ladd, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






2 


.John C. Suramcrsides, 


29 


do 


do 


do 






3 


\Vm. B. McAlister, 


24 Brunswick 


Single 


do 






4 


Frank W. Smith, 


18 Gorham 


do 


do 






5 


George W. Munson, 


23 Hollis 


do 


do 






6 


Edward S. Gilman, 


29 Gorham 


Married 


do 






7 


•Joseph Wight, 


39; do 


do 


do 






8 


Osgood "W. Rogers. 

MUSICIANS. 


21! Windham 


Single 


do 






1 


William H. Boyd, 


24 Gorham 


Married 


do 






2 


David Smith. 

WAGONER. 


28} do 

i 


do 


do 






1 


Charles H. Stuart. 

PRIVATES. 


27 Standish 

! 


Wid'w'r 


do 






•1 


Bumpus, Morris 


26 Hebron 


Single 


do 






2 


Burnell, James B. 


20 Gorham 


do 


do 






3 


Bradeen, Marquis W. 


20 Limington 


do 


do 






4 


Buck, Theodore E. 


19 Gorham 


do 


do 






5 


BeiTy, Robert 


19 Carthage 


do 


do 


Hospital 




6 


Bangs, Leeman J. 


23 Farmington 


do 


do 






7 


Brackett, Richard 0. 


22 Westbrook 


do 


do 






8 


Clark, Sargent 


17 Limington 


do 


do 






9 


Chadbourne, Albra 


17 AVaterboro' 


do 


do 






10 


Cilley, Oliver 


25 Gorham 


Married 


do 






11 


Coolbroth, George 


22 Scarboro' 


Single 


do 






12 


Crockett, David S. 


18 Westbrook 


do 


do 






13 


Dutfy, Peter 


19 Gorham 


do 


do 






14 


Darling, George L. 


17 do 


do 


do 






1.5 


DouglUy, Joseph M. 


30 Windham 


Married 


do 






16 


Edwards, Richmond 


24 Gorham 


Single 


do 






17 


Klder, Alonzo S. 


20: do 


do 


do 






18 


Edwards, Charles M. 


181 do 


do 


do 






19 


Elwell, Charles H. 


20 ! do 


do 


do 






20 


Koss, Alonzo E. 


23 Limington 


do 


do 






21 


Farwell, Walter H. 


18 Gorham 


do 


do 






22 


Frink, Isaac N. 


18 do 


do 


do 






2?, 


Gilman, Samuel T. 


30 Denmark 


Married 


do 






24 


Gilbert, Albert 


18 Gorham 


Single 


do 






2.T 


Harmon, James F. 


19 do 


do 


do 






26 


Hyde, John L. 


23 Limington 


do 


do 






27 


Hill, Frederic 


18 Saco 


do 


do 






28 


Harmon, Joseph D. 


20 Gorham 


do 


do 


Alex. Hosp. 




29 


Hall. Levi 


29 do 


do 


do 






Sr 


Hatch, Christopher C. 


27 C. Elizabeth 


do 


do 


Hospital 




31 


Hooper, Clinton B. 


21 


Windham 


do 


do 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



251 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

HENRY R. MILLETT, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Aug. 9 

July 28 
Julys 



July 30 
Sept. 6 
Aug. 18 



Oct. 23 
Aug. 1 

July 29 



Remarks, 



Resigned. 

On leave of absence on account of sickness 

Resigned. 



Promoted to Captain, Aug. 6. 
Appointed 1st Sergeant, June 1. 



Deserted July 26, from Alexandria. 
Promoted 1st Sergeant, July 28. 



Deserted July 26 from Alexandria. 
Promoted Sergeant, July 26. 
" 28. 



Transferred to Non-Com. Staff. 



Sept. 29 



Transferred to band 5th Regt. 
Promoted to Corporal, July 30. 



Promoted to Corporal, July 28. 



252 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company A, Fifth Regiment, (^Continued.') 



i 


Names. 
Hanl}^, Francis E. 


i 
< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U.S.Ser. 


Pick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


3-2 


21 


Westbrook 


Single 


June 24 


Hospital 




33 


Libby, Henry 


25 Standish 


do 


do 






34 


Libby, Cyrus L. 


19 Gorhara 


do 


do 






35 


Linscott, Isaac 


21 Cornish 


do 


do 






3C 


Lord, Frank 


24 Gorham 


do 


do 






37 


Lowell, Alfred 0. 


19. Portland 


do 


do 






38 


Martin, Marshall 


22 Gorham 


Married 


do 






39 


Merritt, George H. 


22 do 


Single 


do 






40 


MePliee, Francis 


23 do 


do 


do 






41 


McKenney, James 


20 Sebago 


do 


do 






42 


McClintock, Albert B. 


19 Limington 


do 


do 






43 


Newell, Henry H. 


20 Gorham 


do 


do 






44 


Xewcomb, Oliver 


19 Limington 


do 


do 






45 


Palmer, Nathan 


19 HoUis 


do 


do 






46 


Plummer, Robert 


1 8 Gorham 


do 


do 






47 


Phinney, Edward B. 


32 i do 


do 


do 






48 


Plaisted, Byrom G. 


19 Limington 


do 


do 






49 


Phinney, William C. 


26 Westbrook 


Married 


do 






50 


Quint, Ira A. 


19 Brownfield 


Single 


do 






51 


Rogers, John 


19 Windham 


do 


do 






52 


Rolfe, Emery 


1 7 Gorham 


do 


do 


Alex.Hosp. 




53 


Reed, George S. 


45 


do 


Married 


do 






54 


Sias, Horace 


17 


do 


Sintjle 


do 






55 


Staples, Moses M. 


21 'Baldwin 


do 


do 






56 


Sanborn, John W. 


26 Standish 


do 


do 


In Quarters 




57 


Shaw, Almon 


19, Windham 


do 


do 






58 


Shaw, Chauncey C. 


26 Gorham 


Married 


do 






59 


Smith, Silas M. 


25 do 


Single 


do 


In Hospital 




60 


Stackpole, Augustus J. 


24' do 


do 


do 






61 


Shackford, Theodore 


17] do 


do 


do 






62 


Strout, Augustus J. 


18 Standish 


do 


do 






63 


Stackpole, Edwin 


19 N. Yarmouth 


do 


do 






64 


Tufts, James B. 


19 Limington 


do 


do 






65 


Thompson, Nathan N. 


19 Waterboro' 


do 


do 






66 


Tufts, Alvan V. 


24 Cornish 


do 


do 






67 


Wood, Charles M. 


19 Gorham 


do 


do 






68 


Watson, Timothy B. 


19 Limerick 


do 


do 


In Hospital 




69 


Whitney, Alfred 


33 Sel)ago 


Married 


do 




70 


Wiswell, Luther, Jr. 


23 Windham 


do 


do 






71 


Wheeler, Charles H. 


18 do 


Single 


do 






72 


Winslow, Josiah 


27 Casco 


do 


do 






73 


Welch, Sewall 


21 Standish 


do 


do 






74 


Wentworth, Horatio 


20 Gorham 


do 


do 






75 


Westcott, William F. 


32 do 


Married 


do 


In Quarters 




76 


Wood, Warren H. 


30 Buxton 


Single 


do 


do 




77 


Spaulding, James G. 


26 Buckfield 


Married 


June 26 






78 


Quimby, Clement 


18 Waterford 


Single 


Nov. 22 






79 


Johnson, Charles W. 


1 9 Portland 


do 


do 






80 


McCluskey, John 


16 Benton 


do 


do 






81 


Hatch, Franklin N. 


16 Sanford 


do 


do 






82 


Wormwood, Charles P. 


22 HoUis 


do 


June 24 






83 


Speed, Frederick 


f 


Gorham 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



253 



Return of Company A, Fifth Regiment^ ( Continued.^ 



Prisoners, ^^^^^^^g^, 

^'"'" When 
g^ Taken. »^"en. 



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 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72| 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 



July 21 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Nov. 28 



Oct. 3 



Sept. 6 



Detailed as nurse at the Annapolis hospital. 
Deserted July 26, at Alexandria. 



Deserted July 21, from Bull Run. 
Promoted to Corporal, July 26. 



Promoted to Corporal, July 30. 

Deserted July 24, from hospital, Washington. 

Promoted to Corporal, Sept. 1. 



Promoted to Corporal, July 26. 



Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 18. 
Worthless. 



Deserted .July 6, at Alexandria. 
Wounded at Bull Run. 



Transferred to band 5th Regt. 

Deserted July 26, at Alexandria. 

Deserted July 24, from Columbia Hospital, Wash'n. 



Appointed Drummer, Co. A. 

Detailed as nurse in hospital. 
Nov. 15 Appointed 2d Lieutenant, Aug. 27. Resigned. 



Aug. 19 

Oct. 3 
Aug. 1 



254 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company A, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 






De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






^ I «'«=^- 


Killed.^"-- 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


6 

2 

52 


1 
11 




1 


1 


2 
5 

10 


2 
6 


1 
2 


3 

13 

3 

83 


Total 


60 12 




1 


1 


17 


8 


3 


102 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



1 11 49 61 



Sick. 



^i£ 



Special 
Duty. 



In 
Arrest. 



O 12; 



On 

Special 
Service. 



3 72 



Present Organization of the Company. 



— 










Date of 




6 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


K 




< 






ment. 




1 


Henry R. Milleit 


28 


Captain 


Palmvra 


Aug. 14 


Prom, from Serg't. 


2 
3 


William Menill 


28 


1st Lieut. 


Gorhara 


April 27 


Absent. Sick. 


1 


John C. Summersicles 


29 


IstSerg't 


Gorham 


July 28 




2 


Charles H. Patrick 


24 


Sergeant 


do 


April 27 




3 


.John L. Haskell 


33 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Joseph Wight 


39 


do 


do 


Jidv 26 




5 


Osgood W. Rogers 


21 


do 


Windham 


July 28 




1 


Richmond Edwards 


24 


Corporal 


Gorham 






2 


John L. Hyde 


23 


do 


Limington 






3 


George S. Reed 


45 


do 


Gorham 






4 


Chauncv C. Shaw 


26 


do 


do 






.5 


Edwin B. Phinnev 


32 


do 


do 






6 


William C. Phinney 


26 


do 


Westbrook 







256 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Lewis B. Goodwin, Company B, Fiftli Ecoiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1S61, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourth day of June, 1861. CHARLES B. DEXTER, Ord. Serg't. 





■ ^tf" ■ 


.1 


Married 


Mustered 






i 


Names. 




Residence. 


or 
Single. 


into 
U S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Wiiere. 


Killed. 
When. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 














1 


Lewis B. Goodwin, 


SelBiddeford 


Married June 24 






2 


Robert M. Stevens, 


30 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Samuel H. Pillsbury. 

SERGEANTS. 


26 


do 


Married 


do 






1 


Charles B. Dexter, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






2 


John D. Ladd, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






3 


Samuel B. Brackett, 


22 


do 


do 








4 


Charles P. Foster, 


24 


do 


Married 








5 


Moses T. Sampson. 

CORPORALS. 


24 


do 


do 








1 


Walter Foss, 


24 


do 


Married 


do 






2 


Henry F. Davis, 


26 


do 


do 


do 






3 


OHver H. Mclntire, 


29 


do 


do 


do 






4 


George W. Nason, 


20 


do 


Sintrle 


do 






5 


Arthur Ricker, 


25 


do 


do 


do 


^ 




6 


Charles H. Wallace, 


23 


do 


Married 


do 






n 
t 


George W. Morrison, 


21 


do 


do 


do 






8 


Nicholas R. Lougee. 

MUSICIANS. 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






1 


William H. Parsons, 


27 


do 


Married 


do • 






2 


Ezekiel York. 

WACiOXER. 


40 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Frank Wads worth. 

PRIVATES. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Adams, Israel 


22 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


Adams, Oliver B. 


23 


do 


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 fN. H. 


do 


do 






9 


Blake. James 


33 Salmon Falls, 


Married 


do 






10 


Butler, Wentworth 


24 Biddeford 


Sinole 


do 






11 


Burnham, 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 


Chadbourne, Horace K. 


23 do 


Married 


do 






16 


Cousins, Prentiss M. 


23 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 






oo 


Elliott, Timothy 


18 


do 


do 


do 


Alexandria 




23 


Emci-sou, Charles A. 


18 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Frost, William H. 


21 


do 


do 


do 






25 


Garvin, 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 


Goodwin, Sumner L. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






30 


Hanson, Moses W. 


32 


do 


do 


do 






31 


Henry, Thomas 


23 


do 


Single 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



257 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 
Lieut. ROBERT M. STEVENS, Commanding. 



Prisoners, 
When 
taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1.5 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Sept. 20 



Remarks. 



Resigned, unable to do duty. 



July 31 



Oct. 8 



July 31 



Aug. 3 



Sept. 24 



Promoted to 5th Sergeant, Aug. 1. 
Deserted Sept. 24. Worthless. 



Deserted July 23. 
Transferred to the Band. 



Promoted to Corporal, July 15. 



Deserted July 23. 



Deserted July 23. 



Not mustered in. 

Deserted Sept. 26. 

Deserted Sept. 17. Worthless. 



Deserted July 23. 



258 adjutant-general's report. 

Return of Company B, Fifth Regiment, ( Cotiti7iued.') 



Names. 



Hodgdon, Billings 
Horton, Roswell C. 
Hooper, Samuel 

35!Hutchings, Robert C. 

selHussey, Daniel 

37 {Jeffrey, Jesse 

38 j Jordan, Joseph 

39jKelley, Jeremiah 

40 Larrabee, Charles F. 

41 Libby, John F. 
42lLinscott, John 
43|Littlefield, Junius W, 
44 Littlefield, Jesse L. 

Maxim, William D. 

Moran, John E. 

Meserve, Edwin 

McCabe, John 
49 Moore, Elliot 
50] Murphy, Alvin B. 
51 'Murphy, William D. 
52lNesbitt, John F. 
SslNesbitt, Frederick D. 

54 Paine, Theodore H. 

55 Page, Josiah 

56 Polly, George A. 
57 1 Roberts, Milton T. 

Robbins, Albert F. 

Scribner, Samuel E. 

Smith, Horace P. 

Smith, Lewis H. 

Small, Charles S. 

Spencer, George G. 
64J Stevens, James 
65' Stevens, William 
66lTarbox, Warren R. 

67 Walker, Otis 

68 Webber, Albert 

69 Whitten, Scth S. 

70 Wilkinson, Aaron B. 

71 Willey, Jacob O. 

72 York, Rish worth J. 

73 Babb, Joseph H. 
74 1 Noble, William T. 
75iWadlin, Melvin T. 
76jMcIntire, John H. 

77 Libby, Charles O. 

78 Harper, John 
79 1 Sullivan, Jerry 



Residence. 



24;Biddeford 

19 Dexter 
33,MiltonN. H. 

20 Biddeford 
20 Acton • 
19 Kennebunkp't 

do 
do 
Biddeford 
do 
do 
Dexter 
Biddeford 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Buxton 
2o! Biddeford 
271 do 
do 
do 
do 
Milton, N. H, 
Biddeford 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Effingham,N 



Married 

or 
Single. 



Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 



18 Biddeford 



do 
Westbrook 
Biddeford 

do 

do 

do 
Dexter 
Biddeford 



Married 
Single 
Married 
Single 
do 
do 
Married 

do 
Single 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Married 
Single 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Married 
Single 
Married 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Single 
do 
do 
Married 
Single 

do 
Married 

do 
Single 
Married 
Single 
do 
do 
Man-ied 



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 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
Wlien. 



Alexandria 



APPENDIX D. 259 

Return of Company B, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken 



Deceased. 
Wlien. 



Aug. 3 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Deserted July 23. 



Deserted Sept. 24. 



Nov. 14 

Aug. 3 

Oct. 8 



Remarks. 



Promoled to Corporal, Nov. 1. 
Promoted to Corporal, Aug. 12. 
Deserted July 23. 

Deserted Sept. 26. 



Oct. 8 



Sept. 14 



Deserted -Tnlv 23. 

Desened Sept 17. Sirk Iwo moulii- previous. 



260 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company B, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased, charged. 


serted. ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Noii-Com. Officers 
Mitsicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
10 

55 


3 






1 

2 

1 

1 7 


1 

1 1 
13 1 


3 

13 

3 

80 


Total 


67 


3 


1 


1 1 11 15 1 2 


99 



Gondensed Morning Report, Decemher \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Dutt. 


Sick. 




Special 




Sick. 


Special 












DuTy. 






Service. 








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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 


< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 
2 


Robert M. Stevens 


30 


1st Lieut. 


Biddeford 


Mav 27 




3 


Samuel H. Tillsbury 


26 


2d Lxut. 


do 


do 




1 


Charles B. Dexter 


23 


Sergeant 


Biddeford 


May 27 




2 


John D. Ladd 


23 


do 


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 




1 


George W. Xason 


20 


Corporal 


Biddeford 


April 27 




2 


Arthur Picker 


25 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Charles H. Wallace 


23 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Georf;e W. Morrison 


21 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Nicholas R. Lougee 


22 


do 


do 


do 




6 


Israel Adams 


22 


do 


do 


Julv 15 




7 


William D. Murphy 


27 


do 


do 


Aug. 2 




8 


Elliot Moore 


21 


do 


Buxton 


Nov. 1 





262 



adjutant-general's report. 



Keturn of Capt. Isaac B. Noyes, Company C, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourth day of June, 1861. ALBERT F. LANE, Orderly Sergeant. 





Names. 


be 
< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 














1 


Isaac B. Noyes, 


22 


Saco 


Single 


June 24 






2 


Fred. S. Gurney, 


21 


do 


do 


do 






3 


David S. Barrows. 

SERGEANTS. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






1 


A. C. T. Stevens, 


24 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Daniel Sanborn, 


22 


do 


do 


do 






3 


B. F. Leavitt, 


26 


do 


do 


do 






4 


Wra. Henry Shaw, 


21 


do 


do 


do 






5 


James Cole. 

CORPORALS. 


32 


do 


Married 


do 






1 


E. C. Cliadbourne, 


23 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


Orren 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. Worraell, 


23 


do 


do 


do 






7 


J. 0. Patrick, 


25 


do 


Married 


do 






8 


Charles W. Mitchell. 

MUSICIAN. 


22 


Stowe 


Single 


do 






1 


Ivory Littlefield. 

WAGONER. 


24 


Saco 


do 


do 






1 


Eli Dennett. 

PRIVATES. 


26 






do 






1 


Avery, Dexter 


24 


Saco 


Single 


do 






2 


Ayer, George H. 


19 


G. Falls, N. H. 


do 


do 






3 


Atkinson, Wm. H. 


21 


Saco 


do 


do 






4 


Andrews, George H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






5 


Basseck, Josiah T. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






6 


Bell, Joseph 


18 


do 


do 


do 






7 


Baker, Albert B. 


20 


Biddeford 


do 


do 






8 


Cillea, John 


23 


Saco 


do 


do 






9 


Cole. Alonzo 


22 


do 


do 


do 






10 


Chadbourne, William 2d 


26 


Cornish 


do 


do 






11 


Churchill, Fabian 


18 


Minot - 


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, I. D. 


36 






do 






18 


EUam, John E. 


39 


do 


Single 


do 






19 


Emery, Ira 


21 


Limerick 


do 


do 






20 Emery, Lorenzo S. 


19 


Kennebunk 


Single 


do 






21 


Fenderson, Joseph P. 


26 


Saco 


Married 


do 






22 


Foster, John 


26 


Minot 


Single 


do 






23 


Gaddis, James 


33 


Saco 


do 


do 






24 


Gowen, James H. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






25 


(4owen, S. P. 


41 


do 


do 


do 






26'lliggins, James H. 


22 


do 


do 


do 






27 Huntoon, W. H. 


23 


Orrington 


do 


do 






28 Harris, George 


25 


Boston, Mass. 


do 


do 






29 Hayes, Ivory 


27 


Biddeford 


Married 


do 






30 Knight, Levi G. 


27 


Westbrook 


Single 


do 






31 Kiuir, Milton J. 


22 


Strafford, Vt. 


do 


do 






32 


Kelley, James 


34 


Portland 


do 


do 







I 



APPENDIX D. 



263 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

DAVID S. BAEROWS, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



Deceased. Disch'd. 
When. When. 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 14 



Aus. 20 



Nov. 30 



Remarks. 



Resigned. 

Promoted to Captain, Aug. 15. 

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant, Aug. 15, 

Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, Aug. 26. 
Reduced to ranks, Oct. 27. 

Promoted to 4th Sergeant, Aug. 26. 

Promoted to 1st Sergeant, Aug. 26. 
Reduced to ranks, Aug. 3. 



Promoted to 5th Sergeant, Aug. 26. 
Promoted to Corporal, Oct. 29. 



Deserted July 24. 

Deserted July 24, 
Not mustered in. 



Sept. 5 



Oct. 3 
Aug. 23 
Oct. 3 



Promoted to Corporal. 

Deserted June 28, en route to Washington. 



264 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company C, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



Kimball, Luther G. 

Lewis, John 

Larrabee, William 

Merrill, Charles D. 

McCulloch, Andrew J. 

McCarthy, Andrew 

Nason, James, 

Nutteu, Alonzo 

Page, Edward 

Page, George W. 

Phillips, Seth 

Page, Ciiarles E. 

Ricker, Charles 

Richards, Benjamin 

Ricker, Frank 

Stevens, John C. 

Stone, Thomas B. 

Stevens, Chas. H. P. 

Sawyer, Wra. H. 

Senate, James 

Tyne, Michael 

Webb, Charles W. 

Wilber, Joseph 

Wormell, Daniel C. 

Whitan, B. F. 

Wormell, Sylvester S. 

Wormell, John S. 

Warren, John 

Wavland, John E. 

Willard, John H. 

Welch, Leonard 

Wentworth, Samuel 

Welch, Alexander 

Young, C. G. 

Wescott, D. M. 

Larry, D. P. 
69jNoyes, W. S. 
Seavey, Orrin 

Merrifl, George 

Hall, Elbridge G. 

Alexander, W. H. 

Morgan, Geo. E. 

Dcas, James D. 

Hughes, Martin 

Beriy, David 

78JFoss, George H. 

79|Smith, Fairlield 



Residence. 



ISjSaco 

21 do 
ISBiddeford 

22 Saco 
22 
19 
20 



do 

do 
Lowell, Mass. 
21iBiddeford 
261 do 
22 j do 
21 Saco 



Biddeford 
Saco 
do 
do 
Gorham 
Newfield 
Saco 

Plymouth 

Biddeford 

Saco 

do 

do 

do 

22 Buxton 
2l|Saco 
19Bethel 
32;Biddeford 
19! Saco 

21 |G. Falls, N.H. 
19 Saco 



do 
do 
Portland 
32|Windhara 
25 Gorham 
20 Saco 
20 1 do 
do 
do 
Portland 
Wolfboro'N.H, 
Saco 
Portland 

do 
Saco 
Dayton 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 


U. S. Sen 
June 24 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


Nov. 1 


do 


June 24 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Nov. 1 


Married 


June 24 


Single 


July 5 


do 


do 


Married 


July 15 


do 


June 24 



Sick. 
Where. 



Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



265 



Return of Company C, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



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 

79 



Deceased. 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Promoted to Fifer, Oct. 29. 



Oct. 3 
Au£. 28 



Oct. 3 
Oct. 3 



July 21 



Promoted to Corporal. 



Oct. 15. 



Transferred to Co. I. 
Transferred to Reg't. Band. 

t< U il 

<l It « 

Confined at Richmond. 

Deserted July 23. 



Promoted to Drummer, June 24. 
Promoted to Corporal. 



18 



266 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present &l Absent. 


1 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 

5 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ers. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
12 

3 
44 


1 
1 

11 




1 


1 


2 

1 

9 


4 


5 

14 

3 

75 


Total 


61 


13 




1 


1 


12 i 4 


5 


97 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 18 Gl. 















Present. 


















Absent. 
















Orj 




In 










On 




For Dutt. 


Sick. 




Special 


. 






Sick. 


Special 














Duty. 










Service. 
















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74 
















74 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




i 


Names. 


e 

< 

22 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks, 


1 


David S. Barrows 


Captain 


Saco 


Aug. 15 




2 


Abel C. F. Stevens 


24 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


William H. Shaw 


21 


2d Lieut. 


do 


Aug. 26 




1 


Albert F. Lane 


19 


Sergeant 


Saco 


Aug. 26 




2 


Daniel Sanborn 


22 


do 


do 


April 27 




3 


Benja. F. Leavitt 


26 


do 


do 


Aug. 26 




4 


Edward C. Chadbourne 


23 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Charles W. Mitchell 


22 


do 


Stowe 


do 




1 


James 0. Patrick 


25 


Corporal 


Saco 


Aug. 26 




2 


Elhridge G. Bradbury 


23 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Elestus S. Worraell 


23 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Ivory Littl.. field 


24 


do 


do 


Oct. 29 




5 


Stephen P. Gowen 


44 


do 


do 


Aug. 26 




6 


Martin Hughes 


23 


do 


Portland 


Aug. 15 




7 


Ciiarles Picker 


23 


do 


Saco 


Dec. 6 




8 


James Cole 


32 


do 


do 


Nov. 29 





268 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Edward W. Thompson, Company D, Fifth Kegiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourth day of June, 1861. A. D. HUTCHINSON, Orderly Sergeant. 







. 




Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 


Killed. 


o 


Names. 




Residence. 


or 


inlo 


Where. 


When. 


5_ 




< 




Single. 


U.S.Ser. 








COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 












1 


Edward W. Thompson, 


25 Brunswick 


Single 


June 24 






2 


George B. Kenniston, 


24:Boothbay 


do 


do 






3 


Charles H. Small. 

SERGEANTS. 


32 Topsham 


Married 


do 






1 


JiresW. Owen, Jr., 


23 Bi-unswick 


do 


do 






2 


John J. Smith, 


20 Topsham 


Single 


do 


Topsham 




3 


Albion D. Hutchinson, 


25 Brunswick 


do 


do 






4 


Lewis H. Lunt, 


29 do 


do 


do 






5 


William F. McQuestion. 

CORPORALS. 


21 Rockport, Ms. 


do 


do 






1 


Benjamin F. Whitten, 


25 Topsham 


do 


do 






2 


Emery P. Blondell, 


28 do 


do 


do 






3 


John H. French, 


23 Brunswick 


do 


do 






4 


Charles A. Clough, 


35 Topsham 


Married 


do 






5 


William C. Moody, 


26 Brunswick 


do 


do 






6 


Stephen W. Hatch, 


21 Bowdoinham 


Single 


do 






7 


Horace U- Berry, , 


26 [Woodstock 


do 


do 


Portland 




8 


Jame.s Blaisdell. 


igJBrunswick 


do 


do 








MUSICIANS. 














1 


William H. Hall, 


29 


N. Gloucester 


Married 


do 






2 


George L. Harmon. 

WAGONER. 


22 


Brunswick 


Single 


do 






1 


Amos E. Lapham. 


24 


Bethel 


do 


do 








PRIVATES. 














1 


Alexander, Randall T. 


23 


Topsham 


do 


do 






2 


Abbott, Philip 


44 


Woodstock 


Married 


do 






3 


Berry, George 


21 


Rockport, Ms. 


Single 


do 






4 


Brown, James, Jr. 


36 Portland 


do 


do 






5 


Cobbett, Alfred L. 


44, Brunswick 


Married 


do 






6 


Colby, George L. 


33 Topsham 


Single 


do 






7 


Colby, John P. 


19, Brunswick 


do 


do 






8 


Conner, James 


23 


Bath 


do 


do 






9 


Cotton, Henry 


20 


Andover 


do 


do 






10 


Cobb, Edwin 


18 


Limerick 


do 


do 






11 


Crough, Daniel 


18|Biddeford 


do 


do 






12 


Coburn, Charles M. 


21 


Rockport, Ms. 


Married 


do 






13 


Doughty, Isaac 


22 


Brunswick 


do 


do 






14 


Dunlap, Charles L. 


19 


do 


Single 


do 






1,5 


Dunning, Orlando 


18 


do 


do 


do 






16 


Eastman, Orlando H. 


22 Mexico 


do 


do 






17 


Eastman, Martin V. 


27 


do 


Married 


do 






18 


Eastman, Zadoc G. 


34 


do 


do 


do 






19 


Fabiitn, Antony 


22,Biddcford 


Single 


do 






20 


Few, Robert 


22 Brunswick 


Married 


do 






21 


Fox, David M. 


37 Porter 


do 


do 






22 


Fox, Lorenzo D. 


22 Rockport, Ms. 


Single 


do 






23 


Farrow, Henry 


24 do 


Married 


do 






24 


Godfrey, James 


25 Portland 


do 


do 






25 


Goldsmith, Charles B. 


27|Brunswick 


Single 


do 






26 


Hamlin, William 


20 Bowdoinham 


do 


do 






27 


Haley, James A. 


21|Topsham 


do • 


do 






28 


Hasset, Lawrence 


20 Lewiston 


do 


do 






29 


Haley, Alonzo 


23 1 Topsham 


do 


do 






30 


Harrington, Ai C, 


19l do 


do 


do 






31 


Hodgdon, Daniel R. 


30 


Brunswick 


Married 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



269 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

CHARLES H. SMALL, Captain. 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
1 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



July 21 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



July 21 



Deceased. 
When. 



Sept. 14 



Aug. 20 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Sept. 11 



Oct. 3 



July 2 
July 21 



Aug. 1 



Remarks. 



Resigned. 

Confined at Richmond. 

Appointed Captain, October 7. 

Consumption. 



Deserted June 24, now in 9th Maine Volunteers. 
Confined at Richmond. 



Promoted to 3d Sergeant, August 20. 

Not heard from since leaving Maine. 
Promoted to 4th Sergeant, August 15. 

Promoted Fife Major, June 25. 



Deserted, June 26. Worthless. 



At Alexandria of consumption. 



Deserted, September 12. 
Promoted Corporal, September 1 . 



Confined at Richmond. 

Confined at Richmond. 
Promoted Corporal, June 26. 

Promoted Corporal, June 23. 



270 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company D, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



32 Howland, James E. 

33 Hatch, Stephen D. 

34 Hamblen, Arthur M. 

35 Jewett, Thomas 

36 Jolmson, Samuel L. 

37 Keay, John H. 

38 Kerr, James 

39 Kennerson, Ithiel H. 

40 Lubee, William 

41 Maloney, John 

42 Marriner, Charles E. 

43 McLauiin, John 

44 MeClay, Thomas 

45 Miller, Samuel 

46 Morse, William D. 

47 Mason, Stillman L. 

48 Parsons, Thomas F. 

49 Perkins, Stephen A. 
50'Rackliff, Nathaniel 
5l|Stront, Charles W. 
52! Stone, Charles E. 
53 Smith, Jefferson 

54| Staples, Elbridge B. 
55 Stowell, Joseph H. 
56! Stuart, Thomas 
57]Stover, Nathan 
58|Sloman, Albion 
59j Smith, Sewall 
eOiTavlor, Eugene 
Gl'Tuttle, Thomas 
6-2iVickery, Albert 
6'^ Vickery, Charles B. 

64 Warren, Jere 

65 Weleh, Morris 

66 Willis, John 

■ 67 Work, Oscar 0. 

68 Whitney, Durham 

69 Wallace, Otis W. 

70 Davis, Jacob 
TljSomers, Israel E. 
72JAspeal, James 

73 Taylor, Ciiarles 

74 Manning, Charles 

75 Coffin, Simeon 

76 Coffin, James W. 

77 Croswell, James 

78 Trufant, Adam 0. 

79 Beard, Charles 

80 Clark, Daniel C 



o 
u 

_< 

18 
22 


Residence. 


Married 

(ir 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U. S. Ser. 

June 24 
do 


Sick. 1 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


Topsham 
Bowdoinham 


Single 
do 






28 
23 


Rockport, Ms. 
Rockland 


do 
do 


do 
do 






20 


Brunswick 


do 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 






27 


Compton, C.E. 


do 


do 






21 


Bethel 


do 


do 






21 


Brnnswick 


do 


do 






19 


Limington 


do 


do 






22 


Topsham 


do 


do 






26 


Springtield 


Married 


do 






25 


Brunswick 


Single 


do 






20 


do 


do 


do 






19 


Bowdoinham 


do 


do 






22 


Rockport, Ms. 


do 


do 






23 


do 


do 


do 






22 


do 


do 


do 






24 


Brunswick 


Married 


do 






18 


do 


Single 


do 






27 


do 


Married 


do 


/ 




19 


do 


Single 


do 






24 


Topsham 


do 


do 


' 




22 


Portland 


do 


do 






28 


Topsham 


Married 


do 






18 


Lovell 


Single 


do 






18 
19 


Rockport, Ms. 
Rumtbrd 


do 
do 


do 

do 






18 


Andover 


do 


do 






19 


Durham 


do 


do 






18 


Brunswick 


do 


do 






22 


do 


do 


do 






20 


Biddeford 


do 


do 






20 


do 


do 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 






19 
22 


Topsham 
Brunswick 


do 
Married 


do 
do 






24 
26 


Rockport, Ms. 
Portland 


do 
do 


do 
do 






23 


Biddeford 


do 


do 






33 


Portland 


do 


do 






24 


do 


Single 


do 






25 


Lewiston 


do 


do 






25 


Brunswick 


Married 


do 






21 


do 


do 


do 






18 


do 


Single 


do 






19 

22 


Topsham 
Moscow 


do 
do 


do 
do 


; 




20 


Portland 


do 


Oct. 7 


1 





APPENDIX D. 



271 



Return of Company D, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.) 



Prisoners. Deceased. 
When v^,^en. 
taken. 



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 

63 

64 

65 

66 July 21 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 



Discli'd. 
When. 



Oct. 3 

Nov. 7 
Sept. 8 

Aug. 1 
Sept. 4 

Oct. 3. 
Nov. 17 

Oct. 3 



Remarks. 



Deserted, July 25. Worthless. 



Nov. 15 
Sept. 8 

Sept. 4 



Confined at Eichmond. 

Deserted, June 28. Worthless. 
Accidentally shot, September 17. 

Appointed 2d Lieutenant, October 7. 



2T2 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company D, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 

charged. 


De- TrnTio- 




Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


era. 


seried. 


ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


1 

8 

3 

50 


2 

9 




1 

1 

3 


1 


1 
1 

13 


1 
4 




3 

13 

3 

80 


Total 


62 


11 ! 


5 


1 i 15 5 




99 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Ae 


sent. 












On 


In 

Arrest. 








On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




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Present Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




c 


Names. 


i 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


S5 




< 






ment. 




1 


Chas. H. Small 


32 


Captain 


Topsham 


Oct. 7 




2 Geo. B. Kenniston 


24 


1st Lieut. 


Boothbay 






3 


Danl. C. Clark 


20 


2d Lieut. 


Portland 


Oct 7 




1 


Albion T>. Hutchinson 


25 


Sergeant 


Brunswick 


June 24 




2 


Lewis H. Lunt 


29 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Wm. T. McQuestion 


21 


do 


Eockport, Ms. 


do 




4 


Wm. C. Moodv 


26 


do 


Brunswick 


Aug. 20 




5 


James Blaisdell 


19 


do 


do 


Aug. 15 




1 


Emery P. Blondell 


28 


Corporal 


Topsham 


June 24 




2;Chas. A. Cloiish 


30 


do 


do 


do 




3 Stephen W. Hatch 


21 


do 


Bowdoinham 


do 




4|Alonzo Haley 


23 


do 


Topsham 


June 26 




5 Daniel K. Hodgdon 


30 


do 


Brunswick 


do 




6 John McLaughlin 


26 


do 


Springfield 


Aug. 15 




7|Rol)ert Few 


22 


do 


Brunswick 


Sept. 1 




8 


Saml. L. Johnson 


20 


do 


do 


Dec. 9 





274 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Ketiirn of Capt. Emery W. Sawyer, Company E, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourth day of June, 1861. JOHN H. STEVENS, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

Emery W. Sawyer, 
JAaron S. Daggett, 
Charles S. Whitman. 

SERGEANTS. 

Frank L. Lcmont, 
Norris Littlefield, 
Edward M. Kobinson, 
Frederick Haves, Jr. 
John B. Bailey, 

CORPOK.VLS. 

Leander Prentice, 
John A. Lane, 
Washington Ellis, 
Henry L. Tibbetts, 
John H. Stevens, 
Charles B. Keith, 
James H. Bailey, 
8 Isaac G. Jordan, 

MUSICIANS. 

1 Samuel M. Thomas, 

2 Horace Cole. 

WAGONER. 

1 E. S. Litchfield. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Adley, Alonzo 

2 Allen, Osliorn 

3 Atwood, Rodney B. 

4 Barker, Charles A. 

5 Bodge, Cliarles H. 

6 Blithen, Isaac A. 

7 Casey, John 

8 Cummings, Silas R. 

9 Chase, Abraham 

10 Carpenter, Harrison 

11 Dillingham, Bainbridge 

12 Delano, Charles G. 

13 Dresser, David D. 

14 Day, Francis 
1.5 Day, Jeremiah 

16 Dennison, Joseph T. 

17 Edwards, Collins 

18 Estes, Henry P. 

19 Frost, B Franklin 

20 Foss, Aim on L. 

21 French, John S. 

22 Getchell, Albion 

23 Green, Charles E. 

24 Gay, George 

2.5 Holt, Artemas C 

26 Holland, Adelbert H. 

27 Harvey, Daniel 

28 Harmon, Edward P. 

29 Haskell, Nathaniel 

30 Hatch, Samuel O. 
31 



Higgins, James C. 



Residence. 



Lisbon 
Greene 
Portland 

Lewiston 

do 
Anson 
Berwick 
Auburn 

Lewiston 

do 
Lisbon 
Wellington 
Acton 
Auburn 
Brunswick 
Lewiston 

Durham 
Norway 

Lewiston 



Lewiston 
Durham 
N. Gloucester 
Lewiston 
do 



Lisbon 
Canton 
Lisbon 
Farmington 
Leeds 
Durham 
Rum ford 
Greene'^ [Y. 
Kinderhook,N. 
Concord, N. H. 
Dixfield 
Peru 
32 1 Lewiston 

22 Durham 
34 [Leeds 
24 Durham 
44 Lewiston 

23 do 
2o! Durham 
22* Lewiston 
21 1 Albion 

21 Farmington 

22 Littleton 

21 Farmington 
19! Canton 



22 Lisbon 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 
Married 


U. S. Ser. 


June 24 


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 


iSingle 


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 



Sick. 
Where. 



Alexandria 



Annapolis 



Alexandria 

Washington 
Alexandria 



Killed. 
When. 



July 17 



APPENDIX D. 



275 



stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

AARON S. DAGGETT, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



Deceased. 
When. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1.5 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
2.3 
24 
25 

26ljul7 21 
27 
28 
29 1 
30 1 
311 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Aug. 7 
Aug. 15 



Oct. 3 

Aug. 26 
Sept. 10 

Nov. 23 
Oct. 3 
Oct. 3 

Oct. 3 



Resigned. 

Promoted to Captain, August 15. 

Resigned. 

Promoted to 1st Lieutenant, August 15. 

Promoted to 2d Lieutenant, August 15. 

Promoted to 4th Sergeant, November 1. 



Promoted to 1st Sergeant, September 1. 



Sept.28 



Oct. 3 



Remarks. 



Oct. 3 



Transferred to Band. 



Not mustered in. 

Shot by accident. Buried near Centreville. 
Promoted to Coporal, September 1 . 



Deserted, June 24. Worthless. 
" July 23. 

" June 26. « 



Promoted to 3d Sergeant, September 1. 

Deserted, July 23. Worthless. 

Not mustered in. 
Confined at New Orleans. 
Promoted to Corporal, September 1. 
Transferred to Drum Corps, November 1. 
'• " " September 1. 



276 adjutant-general's report. 

Return of Company E, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



32 Hicrgins, Thomas 

33 Hamilton, George H. 

34 Jones, Clifton 

35 Jones, Charles E. 

36 Jones, David H. 

37 [Jones, Rutilius T. 

38 Jordan, Wilmot P. 

39 i Kimball, Horace E. 

40 Keene, Warren 
41JLothrop, Lucius L. 
42|Littlefield, Luther 

43 Laugh ton, Lee W. 

44 Larrabee, William H. 

45 Libhy, James M. 
46 'Murphy, Henry 
47jManley, Luther C. 
48'Maloney, James 
49|Moore, 'William C. 
50JMoulton, Walter A. 
5liMoody, Horace H. 

52 Marks, Levi 

53 Mason, Thomas H. 

54 McCove, Henry 
55JPurington, James G. 

56 Pease, Benjamin H. 

57 j Robinson, Alvin 

58! Robinson, Scott W. 0. 

59 1 Roberts, Seth 

60' Randall, Isaiah 

61, Ross, Albion 

62 Sheehane, Daniel 

63 j Stevens, Cyrenus P. 

64| Stuart, Warren D. 

65 Sutherland, Daniel 

66 Small, David 

67 [Turns, George E. 

68 Thompson, Otis S. 

69 Verrill, John L. 
70;Waterman, Charles N. 
7ltVVhitttngton, Henry 

72 Ward, John F. 

73 Ward, Thomas 

74 Wedgcwood, Thomas S. 

75 Yeaton, Isaac C 



Kelley, Thomas H. 
Bryant, Preston R. 



Residence. 



Lcwiston 

do 
Canton 
Turner 
Auburn 
Canton 
Bangor 
Lewiston 
Limerick 
Lewiston 

do 

do 

do 
Limerick 
Norridgewock 
Auburn 
Lewiston 
Augusta 
Lewiston 
Durham 
Lewiston 

do 

do 
Lisbon 
Vassalboro' 
Canton 
Sumner 
Peru 
Lewiston 
Bowdoinham 
Lewiston 
Greene 
Litchfield 
Durham 
Danville 
Manchester 
Farmington 
Poland 
Durham 
Lewiston 
Topsham 
Lewiston 
Litchfield 
Farmington 
Canton 
Auburn 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 
Single 


U. S. Ser. 


June 24 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


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 


Married 


do 


Single 




do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 



Sick. 
Wliere. 



Killed. 
When. 



Alexandria 



Alexandria 



Alexandria 



Alexandria 



APPENDIX D. 



277 



Return of Company E, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



c 


Prisoners. 
When 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 




^ 


taken. 










32 






Oct. 3 






33 












34 












35 












36 












37 








Deserted, July 23. "Worthless. 




38 












39 












40 






Aug. 10 






41 












42 












43 








At home on furlough. 




44 












45 








Promoted to 5th Sergeant, November 1. 




46 








" " Corporal, " 




47 












48 












49 








Promoted to Corporal, September 1. 




50 












51 












52 












53 








Not mustered in. 




54 












55 












56 












57 












58 


July 21 






Confined at New Orleans. 




59 








Promoted to Corporal, November 1. 


• 


60 






Sept. 28 






61 












62 












63 








Promoted to Corporal, November 1. 




64 






Aug. 26 






65 








Not mustered in. 




66 












67 












68 








Deserted, July 23. Worthless. 




69 












70 












71 












72 












73 












74 






Oct. 3 






75 












76 








Worthless. 




77 






July 9 







278 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company E, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

3 
36 


9 


1 


2 




2 
6 
1 
9 


6 


1 
2 


5 
19 

5 
65 


Total 


55 


9 


1 


2 




18 


6 


3 


94 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent, 












On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 






For Duty. 


Sice. 


Special 




Sick. 


Speci 


A I, 










Duty. 






Service. 




s 




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3 


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35 


51 






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60 






3 






1 


4 


64 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names, 



Aaron S. Daggett 
Frank L. Lemont 
Edw. M. Robinson 



1 John H. Stevens 

2 Norris Litchfield 

3 John S. French 

4 John B. Bailey 

5 James M. Libbey 



1 Seth Roberts 

2 Henry Murphy 

3 John Casey 

4 Chas. H. Bodge 

5 Isaac A. Blithen 

6 Daniel Hurvey 

7 Win. C. Moore 

8 Cyrenus P. Stevens 









Date of 




10 

tfl 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 


Remarks, 


< 

24 






nient. 




Captain 


Greene 


Aug. 15 


- 


20 


1st Lieut. 


Lewiston 


do 




27 


2d Lieut. 


Anson 


do 




21 


Sergeant 


Acton 


Sept. 1 




44 


do 


Lewiston 


June 24 




21 


do 


Albion 


Sept. 1 




35 


do 


Auburn 


Nov. 1 




23 


do 


Limerict 


do 




21 


Corporal 


Peru 


Nov. 1 




18 


do 


Norridgewock 


do 




22 


do 


Rumford 


do 




22 


do 


Leeds 


Sept. 1 




24 


do 


Durham 


do 


* 


18 


do 


do 


do 




21 


do 


Augusta 


do 




18 


do 


Greene 


Nov. 1 





280 



adjutant-general's report. 



Eeturn of Capt. George P. Sherwood, Company F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourth day of June, 1861. FRED. G. SANBORN, Orderly Sergeant. 











Married 


Mustered 


Sick. 
Where. 


6 


Names. 


Be 


Residence. 


or 
Single. 


into 
U. S. Ser. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICEKS. 










1 


George P. Sherwood, 


33 


Portland 


Single 


June 24 


Portland 


2 


NiUhan Walker, 


44 


do 


Married 


do 




3 


George E. Atwood. 

SERGEANTS. 


21 


Gardiner 


Single 


do 




1 


Charles K. Sherwood, 


19 


Eastport 


do 


do 


Alexandria 


2 


Andrew J. Lufkin, 


29 


Lewis ton 


do 


do 




3 


John Goldthwait, 


19 


Windsor 


do 


do 




4 


Frederick G. Sanborn, 


26 


Hopkinton,NH 


do 


do 




5 


Cyrus W. Brann. 

CORPORALS. 


22 


W. Gardiner 


do 


do 




1 


Benjamin Norton, 


46 


Portland 


Married 


do 




2 


Osgood Hildreth, 


20 


Gardiner 


Single 


do 




3 


Lewellyn Goodwin, 


25 


Stockton 


Married 


do 




4 


Phineas B. Hammond, 


39 


Gardiner 


do 


do 




.5 


Thomas E. Winslow, 


30 


Portland 


Single 


do 




6 


James Ryan, 


32 


do 


Married 


do 




7 


Marstin L. Cobb, 


21 


do 


Single 


do 




8 


Nathan Willard. 

MUSICIANS. 


44 


Gardiner 


Married 


do 




1 


William H. Boardman, 


24 


Biddeford 


do 


do 




2 


F. C. Kimball. 

WAGONER. 


17 


Portland 


Single 


do 




1 


Lincoln Grover, 

PRIVATES. 


28 


Gardiner 


do 


do 




1 


Adams, j:ben 


26 


Portland 


Married 


do 




2 


Boothby, Isaac T. 


35 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Brennan, Timothy 


27 


do 


Single 


do 




4 


Braden, John 


18 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Coombs, Charles E. 


20 


Auburn 


Married 


do 




6 


Constable, William 


37 


Portland 


do 


do 




7 


Crediford, Oliver 


18 


Biddeford 


Single 


do 




8 


Charlton, Joseph 


30 


Lewiston 


Married 


do 




9 


Connoly, William 


34 


do 


do 


do 




10 


Cannon, Patrick 


21 


Portland 


Single 


do 




11 


Clark, Clinton G. 


25 


Brunswick 


Married 


do 




12 


Clancey, James 


35 


Portland 


Single 


do 


In Quarters 


13 


Cloudman, Francis 


21 


Windham 


Married 


do 




14 


Dow, Henry A. 


26 


Portland 


Single 


do 




15 


Dresser, James L. 


30 


Westbrook 


do 


do 




16 


Eaton, Alfred J. 


25 


Brunswick 


Married 


do 


Alexandria 


17 


Early, Cornelius 


29 


Portland 


Single 


do 




18 


Edwards, Charles 


20 


Lewiston 


Married 


do 




19 


Edwards, L. H. 


19 


do 


Single 


do 


In Quarters 


20 


Fay, Edmond 


37 


Augusta 


do 


do 




21 


Fuller, Joseph 


26 


Brunswick 


Married 


do 




22 


Flanders, John P. 


19 


Alton Bay,NH 


Single 


do 




23 


Feeney, Thomas 


22 


Taunton, Mass. 


do 


do 




24 


Grey, Valentine R, 


40 


Monmouth 


do 


do 




25 


Garland, William 


43 


Gardiner 


Married 


do 




26 


Gallison, D. G. 


21 


Paris 


Single 


do 




27 


Greene, Andrew J. 


27 


Portland 


Married 


do 




28 


(iray, James S. 


40 


do 


Single 


do 




29 


Higgins, Lawrence 


32 


do 


do. 


do 




30 


Hayes, William 


19 


do 


do 


do 




31 


Hamilton, John 


43 


Kittery 


do 


do 





Killed. 
When. 



June26 



APPENDIX D. 



281 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

Lieut. NATHAN WALKER, Commanding. 



Prisoners. I pg^pj^ggjj_ 

J^ le" .1 When. 
Taken, i 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Sept. 28 



Nov. 7 
Nov. 7 
Sept. 23 



Remarks. 



Wounded. Absent since July 21. 
Commanding Company since July 2L 



Reduced to ranks, November 30. 



Promoted to 1st Sergeant, November 1. 
2d 

Promoted to 5th Sergeant, November 30. 
4th " " 1. 

Deserted November 12. 
Reduced to ranks, November 16. 



Transferred to Regimental Band, June 24. 



Sept. 4 
Aug. 10 



July 30 



Nov. 7 
Oct. 3 

Oct. 3 



Sept. 4 

19 



Deserted, July 22. 

Accidental shot wound in hand. 



Unfit for any duty. 
Transferred to Band, June 24. 

Promoted to non-com. staff, November 1. 
Deserted, July 3d. Returned, November 18. 
Fell from cars near Fall River, Mass. 
Deserted, July 24. 



Promoted Corporal, November 8. 



Deserted June 26. 



282 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company F, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



32 Johnston, Adams 

33 Kelley, John 

34 Kelley, Peter 
Kelley, Timothy 
KelleV, Rohert 
Leonard, Edward 
Loney, John 
Lawrence, John 
Lo^jan, John 
McKenney, Orrin 
Morton, Georj^e 
McPliilliney, James 
M alone, Elias 
McMilty, Patrick 
Morse, Lorenzo D. 
Merideth, R. D. 
Noble, George W. 
Norton, Benjamin A. 
Pettis, Charles 
Plummer, Daniel 
Patje, Thaddeus 
Patrick, George W. 
Pray, Leroy 
Perkins, Melvin A. 
Pollys, John 
Rieker; Hiram H. 
Scoffiekl, James 
Smith, Simon G. 
Stronjr, David 
Stewart, Albion 
Smith, Sylvester 
Tielin<i:, Charles 
Taylor, Dexter 

Timmonev, John 

Tobv, William 

Taylor, Charles R. 

Whitney, P^benezer 

Woodsom, ICzra B. 

Fitzsimmons, James 

McGee, Bernard 

Cushman, Cornelius 

Lock, Thomas 

Reaver, Peter 

McDonald, John 

Gray, Samuel 

Mc(j()veran, Thomas 

Smith, James 

McKenzie, Robert H. 

Stevenson, Andrew 

Pride, 0. S. 

McGnire, James 

Murphy, M. J. 

Pearsons, Charles H. 

Noyes, Charles H. 

Turner, Kdw. 

Paradise, Joseph C. 

Godfrey, Jolin 

Hand, Wt)odl)iiry 

MayviUc, William S. 



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 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 



g; Residence. 

< 


Married I 

or 
Single 


Vlustered 
into 

[J.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


41 W. Gardiner 


Single I 


lune 24 






18 Portland 


do 


do 






36 do 


do 


do 






29 do 


Vlarried 


do 






21 do 


Single 


do 






18 Lowell, Mass. 


do 


do 






19 Lewiston 


do 


do 






28 FairHeld 


do 


do 


[n Camp 




25 Portland 


Married 


do 






22 do 


Single 


do 






23 Scarboro' 


do 


do 






22 Portland 


do 1 


do 






28 Lewiston 


Vlarried 


do 






25 Portland 


Single 


do 






36 do 


Married 


do 






28 Lewiston 


Single 


do 


Annap.Hos- 




24 Clasco 


do 


do 


[pital 




1 8 Portland 


do 


do 






24 do 


Married 


do 


In Quarters 




44 Pittston 


Single 


do 






24 Gardiner 


Married 


do 






29 Portland 


do 


do 






ISLovell 


Single 


do 






23 Auburn 


do 


do 






22 Portland 


do 


do 






34 (iardin<n- 


Married 


do 






28 Biddeford 


Single 


do 






22 do 


do 


do 






41 Gardiner 


Married 


do 






28 Lewiston 


do 


do 


Alexandria 




40 do 


do 


do 






20 Portland 


Single 


do 






30 Gardiner 


Married 


do 






28 Portland 


Single 


do 






28 do 


Married 


do 






26 Cape Elizabeth 


Single 


do 






61 W. Gardiner 


Married 


do 






42 Portland 


do 


do 






25 do 


Single 


do 






30 Lewiston 


Married 


do 






19 Portland 


Single 


do 






36 Biddeford 


do 


do 






24 Gardiner 


Mai-rieci 


do 






25 Portland 


Single 


do 






40 Lewiston 


Married 


do 






28 Portland 


Single 


do 






19 do 


do 


do 






18 do 


do 


do 






28 St. Johns, N.B 


do 


do 


Merid. Hill 




22 Portland 


do 


Julvie 






40 do 


Marriec 


do 






18 do 


Single 


do 






24 do 


Married 


do 






20 do 


Single 


do 






21 do 


do 


do 






18 do 


do 


do 






28 do 


Married 


do 






43 do 


do 


do 






30 Bangor 


Single 


do 







APPENDIX D. 288 

Return of Company F, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



July 21 



July 21 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



July 21 



Deceased, 
Wlien. 



Disch'd. 
Wlien. 



Nov. 7 

Sept. 28 

July 17 

July 17 
Sept. 4 

Oct. 3 

Sept. 4 

Oct. 3 



Remarks. 



Formerly reported dead. Confined at New Orleans. 



Worthless. 

Formerly reported dead. Confined at New Orleans. 



Transferred to Company K, June 24. 



Promoted Corporal, November 1. 



Formerly reported dead. Confined at New Orleans. 
Deserted July 17. 

Promoted Corporal, September 28. 



Transferred to Co. D. 



Nov. 7 



Oct. 3 



Sept. 28 
Oct. 3 



Deserted June 26. 

Promoted to Corporal, November 8. 

Promoted to Corporal, November 16. 

Promoted to Corporal, November 30. 



28^ 



adjutant-general's report. 



Recapitulation of Company F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent.! 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 

charged. 


De- 
serted. 

1 

6 


Trans- 
ferred. 

1 

4 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Killed. 
Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
11 

2 
44 


1 
1 

8 1 1 


3 




4 

20 


3 

17 

3 

86 


Total 


59 10 ! 1 


3 




24 


7 


5 


109 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



For Duty. 



o ~ 



SI9 

Si = 
= .2 



2 10146 58 



3 3 



On 

Special 
Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 



62 



Sice. 



1 1 



On 

Special 
Service. 



7 69 



Present Organization of the Company. 



' 










Date of 




^ 


Names. 


be 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 

Appoint- 


Remarks. 


z 




33 






ment, 




1 


George P. Sherwood 


Captain 


Portland 


June 25 


Absent since July 21. 


2 


Nathan Wali<er 


44 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 


Com. Co. since " 


3 


George E. Atwood 


21 


2d Lieut. 


Gardiner 

[N. H. 


do 




1 


Fred. G. Sanborn 


26 


Sergeant 


Hopkinton, 


Nov. 1 


App.4th Ser June 24. 


2 


Cyrus W. Brann 


22 


do 


W. Gardiner 


do 


" 5th " " 


3 


.John Goldthwait 


19 


do 


Windsor 


June 24 




4 


Ostiood Hildreth 


20 


do 


Gardiner 


Nov. 1 


App.2d Cor. June 24. 


5 


Benja. Norton 


46 


do 


Portland 


Nov. 30 


" 1st " 


1 


Llewellyn Goodwin 


25 


Corporal 


Stockton 


Nov. 30 




2 


Albion R. Stewart 


28 


do 


Lcwiston 


Sept 28 




3 


Chas. H. Pearsons 


24 


do 


Portland 


Nov. 16 




4 


0. S. Pride 


22 


do 


do 


Nov. 8 




5 


Benja. A. Norton 


18 


do 


do 


Nov. 1 




6 


Josei)h Fuller 


26 


do 


Brunswick 


Nov. 8 




8 


•Joseph C. Paradise 


18 


do 


Portland 


Nov. 30 





286 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return cf Capt. Henry G. Thomas, Company G, Fifth Ecgiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-third day of June, 1861. CHAS. A. WATERHOUSE, Ord. Serg. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

Henry G. Thomas, 
George W. Martin, 
Thomas J. Sawyer. 

SERGEANTS. 

John H. SkiUings, 
Chas. A. Waterhouse, 
Franii G. Patterson, 
Benjamin B. Merrill, 
Albert L. Dearing. 

CORPORALS. 

Robert J McPherson, 
Cliarles L. White, 
Alfred H. Whitmore, 
Rufus Diiran, 
Hosea Q. Biizzell, 
Charles H. Bean, 
James Brown, 
Charles G. Nichols. 

MUSICIANS. 

Daniel W. Mason, 
Larliin L. Frost. 

WAGONER. 

Stephen C. Stanford. 

PRIVATES. 

Anthoine, John G. 
Anthoine, Ambrose 
Adams, William J. 
Allen, George M. 
Alexander, Jonathan 
Blake, James 
Brown, Enoch M. 
Brewer, Charles H. 
Boody, Henry F. 
Child, William H. 
Chick, Charles H. 
Cox, Francis 0. 
Cobnrn, William H. 
Coliev, James A. 
Coveil, Edgar C. 
Dealing, Francis 0. 
Devine, George 
Donevan, Dennis 
Drinkwater, Philip F. 
Dean, Charles H. 
Fields, Horace L. 
Eraser, John 
Fisher, Nehemiah, W. 
Gurney, Thomas J. 
Gray, Melville 
Oilman, Cliarles H. 
Hager, Martin O. 
Hall, Charles D. 
Hartman, Charles 
Ham, John H. 
Hooper, Franklin 



Residence. 



Portland 
do 
do 

Saco 
Portland 

do 
N. Gloucester 
Webster 

Portland 

Chestervillc 

Portland 

Gray 

Biddcford 

Brownfield 

do 
Newcastle 

Portland 
Denmark 

Portland 

Windham 

do 
Biddcford 
Portland 
Denmark 
Fall River, Ms. 
Brownfield 
Freeport 
Westbrook 
Chesterfield 
Litchfield 
Portland 

do 

do 

do 
Sidney 
Portland 

do 

do 
Buxton 

Cape Elizabeth 
Portland 

do 
Freeport 
Fryeburg 
Portland 

do 
Vienna 
Cape Elizabeth 
Portland 

do 



Married 


Mustered 


or 


into 


Single. 


U. S. Ser. 


Married 


June 23 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


Single 


do 


do 


do 


Married 


do 


do 


do 


Single ' 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Sick. 
Wliere. 



Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



287 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

THOMAS J. SAWYER, Captain. 





Prisoners. 


Deceased. 


Disch'd. 




6 


When 
taken. 


When. 


When. 


Remarks. 


1 




Aug. — 


Resigned. Appointed Captain U. S. A. 


2 






Oct. 13 


Resigned. 


3 








Promoted Captain, August 26. 


1 






Oct. 1 


Sick. Will not recover. 


2 










3 










4 










5 










1 








Appointed 2d Lieutenant, August 26. 


2 






Sept. 29 


Sick. Will recover. 


3 






Sept. 12 


" 'I << 


4 






Sept. 12 


« I. ,t 


5 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 


6 










7 










8 




Nov. 17 






1 

2 










1 










1 










2 










3 
4 
5 








Deserted July 27. 










6 










7 










8 










9 






Oct. 1 


Sick. Will recover. 


10 
11 






Sept. 9 


« 11 n 


12 










13 










14 










15 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 


16 










17 




' 






18 








Deserted July 27. 


19 










20 










21 










22 










23 










24 










25 










26 










27 

28 


Sept. 8 






Taken while on picket duty. 


29 










30 










31 






Sept. 8 


Sick. Will recover. 



288 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company G, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



32 Hickock, William W. 

33 Hartly, Sewall H. 

34 Hiimlin, Edwin L. 

35 Haslet, Hollis M. 

36 Hiller, James R. 

37 Irwin, William 

38 Jackson, Isaac N. 

39 Jewell, David 

40 Jordan, Charles W. 

41 Kenniston, Jeremiah C. 

42 Kennedy, Edward J. 

43 Killen, James 

44 Sibley, Henry C. 

45 Latham, Charles V. 

46 Leavitt, Joseph 

47 Mitchell, Alonzo 

48 McDonald, Andrew J. 

49 Miller, Valorus D. 

50 Morse, Alpheus 

51 McNaw, Hugh 

52 Meserve, Levi P. 

53 Noonan, Jere 

54 Patch, David R 

55 Parsons, George B. 

56 Powei-s, James 

57 Robinson, Stephen 

58 Reardon, Michael 

59 Richardson, William 

60 Sargent, Lewis M. 

61 Saunders, Stillman H. 

62 Sanford, Walter M. 

63 Sawver, Frederic L. 

64 Shaw, John M. 

65 Smith, James M. 

66 Smith, Francis M. 

67 Soule, Henry 

68 Turner, Charles E. 

69 Turnaud, Lysander P. 

70 Webster, Charles T. 

71 Watson, Benjamin C. 

72 Wentworth, Benjamin N. 

73 Welsh, William A. S. 

74 Clark, Edward L. 

75 Burgess, Joseph 

76 Perkins, George H. 

77 Wallace, Elisha W. 

78 Harris Allturn P. 

79 Woodsum, George A. 

80 Dudley, Michael 

81 Richardson, Hezckiah 

82 Davis Samuel W. 



en 

<_ 

28 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

iiUo 
U. S. Scr. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Portland 


Single 


June 23 




26 


Limerick 


Married 


do 




22 


Brownfield 


Single 


do 




24 


Boston, Mass. 


do 


do 


Boston 


25 


Portland 


do 


do 




20 


do 


do 


do 




27 


Bridgton 


Married 


do 




21 


Portland 


Single 


do 




20 


do 


do 


do 




21 


Brownfield 


do 


do 




19 


Portland 


do 


do 




22 


do 


do 


do 




18 
li) 


Gray 
Portland 


do 

do 


do 
do 




19 


do 


do 


do 




25 
27 


Freeport 
Portland 


do 
Married 


do 
do 




31 


Brownfield 


do 


do 




25 


Portland 


Single 


do 




24 


do 


do 


do 




2l 


Denmark 


do 


do 




18 


Bath 


do 


do 




19 


Newfield 


do 


do 




18 


Brownfield 


do 


do 




19 


do 


do 


do 




19 


Bridgton 


do 


do 




21 


Portland 


do 


do 




35 


do 


do 


do 




18 


Brownfield 


do 


do 




22 


Falmouth 


do 


do 




23 


Cornwallis.NB 


do 


do 




18 


Portland 


do 


do 




2" 


do 


do 


do 




32 


Denmark 


Married 


do 




18 


Portland 


Single 


do 




21 


Falmouth 


do 


do 




18 


Gray 


do 


do 




29 


Portland 


Married 


do 




22 


do 


do 


do 




34 


Windham 


do 


do 




18 


Brownfield 


Single 


do 




18 


Portland 


do 


do 




18 


do 


do 


do 




18 


Brownfield 


do 


do 




23 


Denmark 


do 


do 




22 


Windham 


do 


do 




22 


Portland 


do 


Oct. 10 




15 


Saco 


do 


Dec. 3 




17 


Pressbrook 


do 


do 




18 


Brewer 


do 


do 




17 


Bangor 


do 


do 





Killed. 
When. 



APPENDIX D. 



289 



Return of Company G, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



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 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 



Sept. 8 



July 21 



Deceased. 
When. 



Oct. 1 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Oct. 1 



Sept. 5 



Sept. 8 



Remarks. 



Deserted,' July 27. 

Sick. Will recover. 
Deserted, July 27. 



Deserted, July 27. 



Deserted, July 27. 

Deserted, July 27. 

Taken while on picket duty. Confined at Eichmond. 

Deserted, July 27. 

Confined at Richmond. 
Died on his way home. 



Deserted, June 28, at New York. 
Sick. Will recover. 



Taken on picket duty, Confined at Richmond. 
Deserted, July 27. 
" July 6. 

Appointed 1st Lieutenant, October 10. 



290 



adjutant-genekal's repokt. 



Recapitulation of Company G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
era. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- De- 
charged, .serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


1 
13 

3 
48 


2 

1 




1 

5 


1 


2 
4 

6 


10 




5 
19 

3 
70 


Total 


65 


3 




5 


1 ! 12 10 




97 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Prese 


NT. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 




Special 




Sick. 


Special 












Duty. 






Service. 








2 








2 








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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 

Appoint- 


Remarks. 


K 




<; 






ment. 




1 


Thomas J. Sawyer 


34 


Captain 


Portland 


Aug. 26 




2 


Alburn P. Harris 


22 


1st Lieut. 


do 


Oct. 10 




3 


Robt. J. McPherson 


38 


2d Lieut. 


do 


Aug. 10 




1 


Chas. A. "Watcrhouse 


22 


Sergeant 


Portland 


Oct. 12 




2 


Frank G. Patterson 


22 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Benja. B. Merrill 


22 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Albert L. Bearing 


26 


do 


Webster 


do 




5 


Charles D. Hall 


32 


do 


Vienna 


do 




1 


Chas. H. Bean 


34 


Corporal 


Brownfield 


Oct. 12 




2 


James Brown 


24 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Charles II. Dean 


24 


do 


Buxton 


do 




4 


Ambrose Anthoiae 


19 


do 


Windham 


do 




5 


Edw. J. Kenney 


19 


do 


Portland 


do 




6: Geo. B. Parsons 


18 


do 


Conway, N.H. 


do 




7|Wm. W. Iliekock 


28 


do 


Boston 


do 




8 


John Fraser 


25 


ao 


Portland 


do 





292 



adjutant-general's report. 



Keturn of Capt. Edw. A. Scammon, Company H, Fifth Eegiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourth day of June, 1861. JOHN A. A. PACKARD, Orderly Serg't. 



c 
2: 


Names. 


< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 1 

U. S. Ser. 


Siclv. 
Wliere. 


Killed. 
When. 




COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 












1 


Edward A. Scammon, 


36 


Portland 


Married 


June 24 






2 


Ambrose S. Dyer, 


2S 


Yarmouth 


do 


do 






3 


Samuel Munson. 

SERGEANTS. 


26 


Portland 


Single 


do 






1 


George E. Brown, 


24' 


do 


do 


do 






2 


Richard E. Shannon, 


22 


do 


do 


do 






3 


Alonzo P. Stinson, 


19 


do 




do 




July 21 


4 


Orin L. Grant, 


28 


Yarmouth 


Married 


do 






5 


John A. A. Packard. 

CORPORALS. 


26 


Westbrook 


Single 


do 






1 


William W. True, 


28 


Yarmouth 


Married 


do 






2 


Crawford Dunn, 


36 


Portland 


do 


do 






3 


Charles E. Hubbard 


23 


Hiram 


Single 


do 






4 


James Crowley, 


20 


Portland 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




5 


William K. Austin, 


23 


Windham 


Single 


do 


Hospital 




6 


Aretus E. Pratt, 


21 


Falmouth 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




7 


James G. Sanbom, 


23 


Portland 


Single 


do 






8 


George H. B. Howe, 

MUSICIANS. 


20 


do 


do 


do 






1 


Robert B. Kendall, 


27 


Bridtrton 


do 


do 






2 


George W. Briggs, 

■WAGONER. 


27 


Halifax 


Married 


do 






1 


Daniel Mayberry. 

PRIVATES. 


45 


Portland 


Married 


do 






1 


Abbott,' Richard 


20 


do 


Single 


do 






2 


Adams, Joseph 


37 


Westbrook 


Married 


do 






3 


Atwood, James M. 


21 


Livermore 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




4 


Barbee, E. J. 


23 


Cape Elizabeth 


do 


do 






5 


Blake, Daniel 


20 


Saco 


do 


do 






6 


Bluefield, Simon 


23 


Portland 


Married 


do 






7 


BucknelL Charles H. 


37 


Harrison 


Single 


do 






8 


Conlia, James 


20 


Portland 


do 


do 






9 


Gary, Martin 


21 


Westbrook 


do 


do 




, 


10 


Chase, Thomas R. 


23 


Pownal 


do 


do 






11 


Dow, James G. 


18 


Hiram 


do 


do 






12 


Dow, Charles H.' 


21 


Yarmouth* 


do 


do 






13 


Dunning, A. K. P. 


37 


do 


^larried 


do 


In Camp 




14 


Eastman, J. W. 


32 


Portland 


do 


do 






15 


Emmons, Frederick A. 


26 


Westbrook 


Single 


do 






16 


Evans, James, Jr. 


22 


Hiram 




do 






17 


Freeman, Edw. 


,18 


Portland 


do 


do 






18 


Gould, Anthony B. 


'21 


N. Gloucester 


do 


do 






19 


Grant, Albion 


28 


Bangor 


Married 


do 






20 


Grant, John W. 


28 


Yarmouth 


Single 


do 






21 


Grant, Wyatt W. 


18 


Bangor 


do 


do 


^ 




22 


Hannaford, Joseph S. 


20 


Portland 


do 


do 






23 


Hayes, Thomas 


30 


Cape Elizabeth 


do 


do 






24 


Horan, Peter 


19 


Portland 


do 


do 






25 


Harach, G. A. 


24 


do 


do 


do 






26 


Holmes, George 


19 


Bridgton 


do 


do 






27 


Jones, Frederick 


19 


Bath 


do 


do 






28 


KcUey, John 


2C 


Portland 


do 


do 






29 


Kendall, Joseph F. 


ISBridiTton 


do 


do 






30 


Lawrence, Thomas E. 


23 Porthind 


do 


do 






31 


Menier, Thomas 


1£ 


Calais 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



293 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in tiie Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

GEORGE E. BROWN, Captain. 



Prisoners. 
When 
2; Taken. 



Deceased. 
Wlien. 



July 21 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

2rNov. 19 
22j 
23 1 

24 July 21 
25 
26 
27 
28 Nov. 13 

29; 

30 
3ll 



Sept. 22 



Sept. 1' 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Nov. 14 



Sept. 4 



Nov. 19 



Oct. I 



Oct. 1 
Oct. 1 

Oct. 1 



Promoted to Major, Sept. 25. 

Transferred to Regular Army, Aug. 24. 

Promoted to Captain, Oct. 3. 
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant, Oct. 3. 
At Bull Run. 

Promoted to 2d Sergeant, Oct. 3. 
" 1st " " 

3d " 

Arm shot off at Bull Run. 
Promoted to 4th Sergeant, Oct. 3. 

5th " " 

Reduced to ranks Oct. 3. 
Appointed Teamster, Sept. 4. 
Promoted 1st Corporal, Oct. 3. 
Reduced to ranks, Oct. 3. 

Confined at Richmond. 
Promoted 2d Corporal, Oct. 3. 



Deserted July 23. 

Transferred to field music, June 24. 



Promoted to 4th Corporal, Oct. 3. 
Transferred to field music. 



Transferred to band. 

In camp. Charges preferred. 
Confined at Richmond. 



Deserted Sept. 25. 

In camp. Charges preferred. 

Promoted 5th Corporal, Oct. 3. 



294 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company H, Fifth Regiment^ ( Continued.') 



MuUoy, Daniel 
Newell, LinduU R. 
Prideham, J. H. 
Parker, James M. 
Pettingill, Orrin F. 
Robinson, William H. 
Sastroff, Charles H. 
Shadduck, George K. 
Starbird, Lorenzo W. 
Stevens, Orrin B. 
Stinson, Harvey M. 
Sturgiss, George B. 
Sewall, Edwin J. 
Tappan, George W. 
Taylor, James H. 
Thurston, David W. 
Tinker, George H. 
Towle, Daniel H. 
Tracy, William 
True, Charles H. 
Twombly, Rufus P. 
Tvler, Jacob E. 
Tindall, Charles 
True, George F. 
White, Henry W. 
Woodbury, Edward H. 
Wither, Alvah 
Adams, Daniel D. 
Maxham, George M. 
Grant, William 
Hayes, James 
Mason, James S. 
Gardners, William 
Barrett, Charles D. 
Fowler, Royall 
Richardson, Darius 
Penley, Joseph M. 
Benner, John, 
Brenney, Martin 
Jordan, John W. 
Shillings, Otis H. 
Bicknell, George W. 
Pratt, Horace 
Smith, Augustus 
Shannon. James H. 
Fernald, James H. 
Ryan William H. 
Cross, Joseph 
Murphy, Dennis 
Hunter, Sidney 
Miller, Frederick 
Conlin, John 

84 Fowler, Charles 

85 Merchant, William H. 

86 Cobb, Edw. L. 

87 Bunker, Charles E. 



32 
33 
34 
36 

36 
37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

43 

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 

7 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 



^ 


1 


Married 


Jlusterea 


Sick. 


Killed. 


gjl Eesidence. 

< j 


or 
Single. 


into 
D. S. Ser. 


Where. 


When. 


40 [Portland 


Single 


June 24 


In Camp 




27 do 


do 


do 






20 do 


do 


do 






18 Baldwin 


do 


do 






19 Portland 


do 


do 






30 |Ca]je Elizabeth 


Married 


do 






20 Portland 


Single 


do 






35 Limerick 


Married 


do 






19 


Eddington 


Single 


do 






30 


Westbrook 


do 


do 


In Camp 




18 


Auburn 


do 


do 






22 


Portland 


do 


do 






21 


Eastport 


do 


do 






41 


Portland 


Married 


do 






18 


Cape Elizabeth 


Single 


do 






21 


Otisfield 


do 


do 






21 


Fremont 


do 


do 






21 


Portland 


do 


do 






21 


do 


do 


do 


In Camp 




19 


Yarmouth 


do 


do 






23 


do 


do 


do 






21 


Portland 


do 


do 






20 


Kennebunkp't 


do 


do 


In Camp 




27 


Exeter 


do 


do 






25 


Portland 


Married 


do 






29 


do 


Single 


do 






18 


Madison 


do 


do 


Hospital 




19 


Anson 


do 








25 


Waterville 


do 


do 






20 


Bangor 


do 


do 






19 


Cape Elizabeth 


do 


do 






45 do 


Married 


do 






21 


Stottville 


Single 


do 






32 


Portland 


do 


do 






20 


Cape Elizabeth 


do 


Julv21 






20 


Cornish 


do 


do 


In Camp 




19 


Danville 


do 


do 






18 


Lewis ton 


do 


do 






19 


Portland - 


do 


do 






21 


Cape Elizabeth 


do 


do 


In Camp 




21 


Portland 


do 


do 






23 


Westbrook 


Married 


do 






26 


New Vineyard 


do 


do 






20 


N. Gloucester 


Single 


do 


In Camp 




20 


Biddeford 


do 


do 






25 


Saco 


do 


do 






18 


Boston 


do 


July 4 






19 


Dover 


do 


do 






18 


Biddeford 


do 








17 


Eastport 


do 




New recruit 


s, and 


19 
18 


Machias 
Lewiston 


do 
do 


' 


not yet on 


duty. 


18 


Cape Elizabeth 


do 








25 


N. Gloucester 


do 


July 4 






33 


Westbrook 


do 


Ao 


Hospital 




26 


Jackson 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



295 



Return of Company H, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Prisoners. 
VVlien 
taken. 



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 

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 



Deceased. 
Wlien. 



July 21 



Nov. 19 



Nov. 12 



July 21 



Nov. 12 
Nov. 23 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Oct. 1 
Oct. 1 



Nov. 22 
Sept. 4 

Oct. 1 



Oct. 1 



Sept. 4 



Remarks. 



Promoted 7th Corporal, Oct. 3. 
Confined at Richmond. 



Promoted 6th Corporal, Oct. 3. 



Promoted 3d Corporal, Oct. 3. 
Deserted July 22. 



Confined at Eichmond. 

In camp. Charges preferred. 
Transferred to band, Sept. 1. 



In camp. Charges preferred, Sept. 17. 
Promoted 8th Corporal, Oct. 3. 

Promoted 2d Lieutenant, Oct. 3. 
Confined at Richmond. 

Transferred to band. 

In camp. Charges preferred. 



296 



adjutant-general's report. 



Recapitulation of Company H, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



Commissioncrt Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 



Total 



Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


3 
10 

1 
29 


7 


1 


5 


43 


13 


1 


.5 



De- Dis- De- Trans- 
ceased, jcharged. serted.Yerred. 



1 

1 
12 



14 



Total. 



6 
19 

5 
72 

102 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Fbesent. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 








On 






For Dutt. 


Sick. 


Special 






Sick. 


Special 










DUTV. 








Service. 




1 












M 








£ 






£ 






2 






>i4 
















































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rn 


fF 








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rr 


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€ 






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30 


43 




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6 


68 






2 








2 


70 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




o 


Names. 


tL 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


2 




<; 






ment. 




1 


George E. Brown 


24 


Captain 


Portland 






2 Richard C. Shannon 


22 


1st Lieut. 


do 






3 


George W. Bickuell 


23 


2d Lieut. 


Westbrook 






1 


John A. A. Packard 


26 


Sergeant 


Westbrook 






2 


Orrin L. Grant 


28 


do 


Yarmouth 






3 William W. True 


28 


do 


do 






4 Charles E. Hubbard 


23 


do 


Hiram 






5 


James E. Crowley 


40 


do 


Portland 






1 


James G. Sanborn 


23 


Corporal 


Portland 






2 George W. Briggs 


27 


do Halifax 






3 George H. Tucker 


21 


do 


Fremont 






4 Charles H. Dow 


21 


do 


Yarmouth 






■5 Thomas E. Lawrence 


23 


do 


Portland 






6 George W Tap])an 


41 


do 


do 






7 Orrin W. Stevens 


30 


do 


Westbrook 






8 


John W. Jordan 


21 


do 


C. Elizabeth 







20 



298 



ADJUTANT- GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Clark S. Edwards, Company I, Fifth Regiment Infantrj', Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, together with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourth day of June, 1861. SIMEON W. SANBOKN, Ord. Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

Clark S. Edwards, 
John B. Walker, 
Cyrus M. Wormell. 

SERGEAXTS. 

Daniel W. Scribner, 
Simeon W. Sanborn, 
Sullivan K. Hutchings, 
Wasiiington E. Brown, 
Josepii B. Hammond. 

CORPORALS. 

Peter G. Knapp, 
James M. Evans, 
Levi W. Dolloff, 
Anger J. Mitchell, 
LotD. Wiley, 
Thomas S. Peabody, 
Augustus J. Grenier, 
David A. Edwards. 



MUSICIANS. 

1 Stephen Buibank, 

2 Charles Freeman. 

WAGONER. 

1 Willoughby R. York. 

PRIVATES. 

1 Adams, Thomas 

2 Adams, Charles 

3 Abbot, John T. 

4 Ayer, James C. 

5 Andrews, David E. 

6 Bean, Franklin 

7 Bean, John E. 
Beard, Lewis C. 

9 Bent, John A. 

10 Bennett, Joseph 

1 1 Besse, Caleb, Jr., 

12 Bowden,. James H. 

13 Bryant, John F. 

14 Brown, Urin S. 

15 Brackett, Joel W. 

16 Boyd, James 

17 Bean, Andrew J. 

18 Chase, Horace K. 

19 Cook, Dustin A. 

20 Cross, Sidney T. 

21 Dunham, Charles 

22 Ellingwood. Asa F. 

23 Estes, Josiah 
2+ Estes, Isaac W. 

25 Fessenden, George W- 

26 Foye, George W. 

27 Hamlin, Joshua G. 

28 Heath, Clement S. 

29 Howe, George 

30 Horn, Charles H. 

31 Jackson, Aaron F. 



< 


Residence. 


Married 

or 
Single. 


Mustered 

into 
U.S.Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


37 


Bethel 


Married 


June 24 






27 


do 


Single 


do 






24 


do 


Married 


do 






25 


do 


Single 


do 






29 


do 


do 


do 






27 


do 


Married 


do 






30 


do 


Single 


do 






36 


do 


Married 


do 






21 


Byron 


Single 


do 






28 


Bethel 


do 


do 






27 


do 


Married 


do 


Alexandria 




37 


Mexico 


do 


do 






26 


Gorham, N. H. 


do 


do 


Ca'p Hosp. 




20 


Bethel 


Single 


do 






26 


Portland 


do 


do 






29 


Bethel 


Married 


do 






44 


Gorham, N. H. 


do 


do 






14 


Bethel 


Single 


do 


Ca'p Hosp. 




25 


do 


Married 


do 






20 


Stoneham 


Single 


do 






19 


Wilton 


do 


do 






19 


Newburg 


do 


do 






28 


Bethel 


Married 


do 






20 


Andover 


Single 


do 






30 


Uumford 


do 


do 






18 


Bethel 


do 


do 






18 


do 


do 


do 






20 


Gilead 


do 


do 






18 


Naples 


do 


do 






44 


Woodstock 


Married 


do 






27 


Mason 


Single 


do 






36 


Bethel 


Married 


do 






20 


do 


Single 


do 






28 


Greenwood 


Married 


do 






44 


Bridgton 


Single 


do 






32 


Albany 


Married 


do 






30 


Rum ford 


Single 


do 






21 


Bethel 


do 


do 






24 


do 


do 


do 






19 


Mason 


do 


do 






31 


Paris 


Married 


do 


Ca'p Hosp. 




34 


Hamlin Grant 


do 


do 






23 


Bethel 


do 


do 






26 


Portland 


do 


do 






23 


Turner 


do 


do 






25 


Sweden 


Single 


do 






39 


Bethel 


1 Married 


do 






18 


Greenwood 


Single 


do 






18 


Milan, N. H. 


do 








21 


Bethel 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



299 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

CLARK S. EDWARDS, Captain. 



July 21 



Prisoners. 
When 
taken. 



Deceased, 
When. 



Sept. 2 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Aug. 3 
Sept. 27 



Aug. 3 



Nov. 20 



Oct. 3 



July 8 



Nov. 11 



Aug. 3 
July 4 



Remarks. 



Deserted Aug. 3. Arrested and reduced to ranks, Nov. 
Promoted to 1st Sergeant, Aug. 1. [23. 

Promoted to 2d Sergeant, Aug. 1. 



Deserted June 27 from Portland. 
Promoted to .5th Sergeant, Oct. 1. 
" 3d " Aug. 3. 



Released from Richmond unconditionally, Nov. 15. 



Drummer. 

Detailed for Washington Hospital. 

Promoted to 8th Corporal, Oct. 1. 



Promoted to 6th Corporal, Aug. 1. 



Deserted July 27 from Alexandria. 



300 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company /, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

50 

57 

5S 

59[ 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 




Joiflan, Asa D. 
Ivellcy, James 
LiitU'luiU, Stillman H. 
Luf kin, 8amael E. 
Maxwell, Tliomas T. 
.Martin, Jcrrv 
Martin, Koyall T. 
Morse, George A. 
Mory;an, Charles F. 
Morj^an, Jacob N. V. 
Parker, Alonzo F. 
Peabody, T. Spencer 
Perrv, Albert K. 
Penley, Rufus C. 
Penlev, Ephraim C. 
Pratt," Lowell W. 
Poor, Lorenzo D. 
Rolf, Henry A. J. 
Russell, Lorenzo D. 
Rice, Nelson 
Ricker, George W. 
Ridlon, Ezra, Jr., 
Rundlett, Gardner F. 
Robertson. Washington B 
Sawyer, Bethial S. 
Sawyer. Joseph C. 
Shaekley, John 
Small, George E. 
Smith, John H. F. 
Thomp-^on, Josiah 
Towle, Levi N. 
Vaillanconrt, Henry 
Walker, Milo C. 
Whitman, Alanson M. 
Whittemore, Enoch, Jr., 
Mclnnis, Hugh 
Thurlow, Cyrus T. 
Wentworth" Clias. M. 
Harper, William R. 
Swan, Fesscnden 
Lawrence, Cyrus Tl. 
Lapham, Richmond ^I. 
Glidden, John E. W. 
Goodenow, Lafayette G. 
Grant. Daniel 
Howe, Robert 
Pingree, Wm. H. 
iTwitchell. Adelbert B. 
■Cross, I-jaac C. 
Wonnell, John 
iFreeman, Benjamin. 



1 


Married 


Mustered 


« Residence. 


or 


into 


< 

30 Norway 


Single. 


U. S. Ser. 


Single 


June 24 


35 Lewiston 


Married 


do 


33 Riley Planta'n 


Single 


do 


26 Rumford 


do 


do 


20 Sweden 


do 


do 


21 Rumford 


do 


do 


18 Greenwood 


do 


do 


22 Andover 


do 


do 


23 Greenwood 


do 


do 


20 do 


do 


do 


22 Baldwin 


do 


do 


20 Bethel 


do 


do 


1 8 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 Newry 


Married 


do 


22 Raymond 


do 


do 


43 Canton 


Single 


do 


21 Rumford 


do 


do 


26 Portland 


Married 


do 


28 Lewiston 


Single 


do 


20 Portland 


do 


do 


19 Bethel 


do 


do 


18 do 


do 


do 


20 Woodstock 


do 


do 


18 do 


do 


do 


18 Andover 


do 


do 


35 Woodstock 


Married 


do 


18 Jackson, N. H 


Single 


do 


18 Rumford 


do 


do 


18 Woodstock 


Married 




26 Sumner 


Single 


do 


22 Rumford 


do 


do 


20 Newry 


do 


do 


18 do 


do 


do 


20 Greenwood 


do 


do 


21 do 


do 


do 


24 .VIbany 


do 


do 


24 Bethel 


do 


do 


19 Norway 


do 


do 


18 Bethel 


do 


.10 


43 do 


1 do 


do 



Killed. 
When 



Ca'p Hosp. 



APPENDIX D. 



301 



Return of Company I, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



tPrisoiiers. 
When 
Taken. 



July 21 



July 21 



Deceased, 
When. 



Disch'd. 
When. 



Sept. 4 

July 

July 



Dec. 2 



Sept. 4 
Oct. 3 
Sept. 27 



Sept. 27 



Remarks. 



Deserted July 27 at Alexandria. 
See Corporal. 



Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted to 4th Sergeant, Aug. 10. 



Confined at Richmond. 

Promoted to 7 th Corporal, Oct. 1. 
Promoted to 4th Corporal, Aug. 3. 

Not mustered in. 



July 

jOct. 3 

I Aug. 3 



Appointed Quartermaster June 12, and transferred to 

[5th Battery, Maine. 
Transferred from Co. C. 
Appointed Com. Sergeant, June 12. 



302 . . adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company I, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
cliarged. 


De- Trans- 
seried. ferred. 






Pit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ers. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

3 
52 


2 
3 




2 


1 


2 
20 


1 
4 


1 


3 

17 

3 

82 


Total 


69 


5 




2 


1 


22 


5 


1 


105 



Condensed Morning Report, Decemher \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















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On 












On 






For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 


Arrest. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 








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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




o 


Names. 


i 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


'< 




< 

37 






ineiit. 




1 


Clark S. Edwards 


Captain 


Bethel 


May 4 




2 


John B. Walker 


27 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Cyrus M. Wormell 


24 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Simeon W. Sanhom 


29 


Sergeant 


Bethel 


Aug. 1 




2 


Washington F. Brown 


30 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Levi W. Dolloff 


27 


do 


Gorham, N.H. 


Aug. 3 




4 


Bethuel S. Sawyer 


28 


do 


Newry 


Aug. 10 




5 


James M. Evans 


28 


do 


Gorham, N.H. 


Oct. 1 




1 


J. Augustine Grenier 


26 


Corporal 


Portland 


June 24 




2 


Andrew J. Bean 


33 


do 


Albany 


Aug. 1 




3 


David A. Edwards 


29 


do 


Bethel 


June 24 




4 


Cyrus Thurlow 


36 


do 


Woodstock 


Aug. 3 




5 


Lot D. Wilev 


26 


do 


Gorham, N.H 


June 24 




6 


Thomas S. Peabody 


20 


do 


Bethel 


do 




7 


Enoch Whitmore, Jr. 


23 


do 


Woodstock 


Oct. 1 




8 


John F. Bryant 


36 


do 


Bethel 


do 





304 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. WiHiam A. Tobie, Company K, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
of December 1st, 1861, togetlier with a complete record of the changes that have 
twenty-fourthday of June, 1861. ANDREW S. LYON, Orderly Sergeant. 



Names. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, 

William A. Tobie, 
Hamlin T. Biicknam, 
Burbank Spiller. 

SERGEANTS. 

Chai-lea K Packard, 
Andrew S. Lyon, 
Smith G. Bailey, 
John J. Bragdon, 
John T. Mason. 

CORPORALS. 

Talbot G. Stewart, 
Comfort M. Perkins, 
John McLellan, 
Charles E. Harris 
Simon L. Johnson, 
George W. Pratt, 
George E. F'rench, 
Ellis Ripley. 

MUSICIANS. 

John W. Thompson, 
George O. Hayford, 

WAGOXER. 

William T. Marshall. 

PRIVATES. 

Adams, Francis F. 

Adams, Wdliam B. 

Andrew, Charles 

Bailey, Richard 

Bariows, Stephen M. 

Bancroft, John F. 

Brown, Fernando, 

Bryant, Aria 

Biimpus, Horatio 

Bumpus, Charles A. 

Campbell, Charles M. 

Cash, Hiram M. 

Chase, Dudley 

Dunham, Edmuud M. 

Dore, Charles 

Durgin, George A. 

Diiran, Samuel D. S. 

Dwiiiel, Augustus A. 

Eilmunds, Joseph Q. 

Estes, Silas 

Fardv, John 

Farrar, Daniel W. 

Frost, Solomon 

Frost, William 

Frost, Charles, Jr. 
26jGoodu'in, E/.ra M. 
27 Grant, William H. 
aSiHackett, Edwin A. 



Ha.-kctt, William 
Harmon, Josepii P. 
Harris, Tristam T. 







Married 


Mustered 


6 


Residence. 


or 


into 


_< 




Single. 


[J. S. Ser. 


50 


Poland 


Vlarried 


June 24 


30 


Minot 


Single 


do 


2.5 


Raymond 


do 


do 


21 


Hebron 


do 


do 


22 


STew Glouces'r 


do 


do 


27 


Poland 


Married 


do 


21 


do 


Single 


do 


21 


Lcwiston 


do 


do, 


21 


Casco 


do 


do 


23 


Minot 


do 


do 


21 


Casco 


do 


do 


20 


Poland 


do 


do 


21 


Buckfield 


do 


do 


22 


Hebron 


do 


do 


26 


Auburn 


Married 


do 


24 


Peru 


Single 


do 


18 


Hartford 


do 


do 


18 


Canton 


do 


do 


38 


Hebron 


Married 


do 


22 


Raymond 


do 


do 


18 


Raymond 


Single 


do 


2.5 


Minot 


do 


do 


32 


do 


do 


do 


22 


Hebron 


do 


do 


21 


Poland 


do 


do 


19 


Bucktield 


do 


do 


17 


do 


do 


do 


25 


Hebron 


do 


do 


32 


do 


Married 


do 


21 


Minot 


Single 


do 


25 


Raymond 


do 


do 


38 


Minot 


Married 


do 


21 


Paris '— 


Single 


do 


24 


Minot 


do 


do 


20 


Poland 


do 


do 


26 


Raymond 


do 


do 


20 


Minot 


do 


do 


27 


Auburn 


Married 


do 


27 


Poland 


Single 


do 


40 


Lewis ton 


Married 


do 


21 


Buckfield 


Single 


do 


26 


Lewiston 


do 


do 


21 


Peru 


do 


do 


19 


do 


do 


do 


25 


Minot 


do 


do 


35 


Poland 


Married 


do 


19 


O.xford 


Single 


do 


44 


Strong 


do 


do 


18 


Harrison 


do 


do 


22 


Poland 


do 


do 



Sick. 
Where. 



APPENDIX D. 



305 



Volunteers, stationed at Alexandria, Va., expressing its condition on the morning 
taken place in the Company since it entered the service of the United States, on the 

Lieut. BURBANK SPILLER, Commanding. 



o 


Prisoners. 
When 
Taken. 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch-d. 
When. 


Remarks. 




1 






Sept. 20 






2 








Promoted to Captain, Sept. 23. 




3 








" 1st Lieut., " 




1 








" 2d Lieut. " 




2 








" 1st Sergeant, " 




3 








2d 




4 








3d " " 




5 








Deserted July 23. 




1 








Appointed drummer, Sept. 4. 




2 








Promoted to 4th Sergeant, Sept. 23. 




3 








5th 




4 








" 1st Cororal " 




5 








2d 




6 








3d 




7 








" 4th " " 




8 








5th " 




1 






Sept. 4 


Transferred to band, June 24. 




2 












1 






Nov. 17 






1 

2 
3 
4 








Appointed fifer, June 24. 














5 












6 












7 


July 21 






Supposed to be at Richmond. 




8 


July 21 






(( a a 




9 








Appointed 6th Corporal, Sept. 23. 




10 






July 8 






11 












12 












13 






Oct. 1 






14 












15 












16 












17 












18 












19 








Appointed 8th Corporal, Sept. 23. 




20 












21 












22 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




23 






Sept. 4 






24 








• 




25 












26 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




27 






Oct. 1 






28 






Oct. 1 






29 












30 












31 








Deserted July 23. 





306 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company K, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



Harris, Delmon 
Hackett, Edward A. 
Haskell, S. Frank 
Hodgkins, George A. 
Holt, Otis C. 
Hines, Albert W. 
Heany, Barney 
Hutchingson, Almond H. 
Hutchingson, Samuel H. 
Hutchingson, Henry H. 
Libby, Silas C. 
Lambard, John C. 
Keene, Josiah F. 
Matherson, Dan 
McKenney, Charles F. 
McDonald, Donald 
McLellan, William 
Morrill, George P. 
Meserve. John 
Niles, Beniah, Jr. 
Packard, Moses F. 
Parker, Alanson 
Phillips, Marshall S- 
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. 

Trundy, George H. 

Tubbs, William A. 

Verrill, Horace A. 

Walker, Alfred B. 

Weston, Henry C. 

Whittemore, A. J. 

Wood, Davis B. 

Young, James E. 

Maloon, Elias 

Campbell, William A. 

Cushman Augustus 
80 Dwinal, Harrison J. 
SlJDwinal, Wellington H. 

82 French, John 

83 .Jordan, Levi F. 

84 Small, Levi 
85|Stevens, George B. 
86'Thompson, James W. 
87 1 Whitman, George G. 



32 

33 

34 

3.5 

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 

79 



g, Residence. 

< 


Married Mustered 

or into 
Single. U.S. Ser. 


Sick. 
Where. 


Killed. 
When. 


18 Minot 


single 


Nov. 9 






19 Oxford 


do 


do 






22 Poland 


do 


do 






19 do 


do 


do 






19 Peru 


do 


do 






18 Turner 


do 


do 






44 Lewiston 


Married 


do 






20 Minot 


Single 


do 






25 do 


Married 


do 






24 do 


Single 


do 






20 Poland 


do 


do 






27 1 Oxford 


do 


do 






18 Raymond 


do 


do 






22 Lewiston 


do 


do 






38 Minot 


Married 


do 


In Camp 




22|Lewiston 


Single 


do 






18!Casco 


do 


do 




Julyl' 


24 Hebron 


do 


do 






18 Casco 


do 


do 






34 Auburn 


Single 


do 






ISBuckfield 


Married 


do 






18 Phillips 


do 


do 






38 Auburn 


Married 


do 






18 Madison 


Single 


do 






23 Oxford 


do 


do 






26 Hebron 


do 


do 






28 Oxford 


do 


do 






21 Minot 


do 


do 






23 Raymond 


do 


do 






21 Sumner 


do 


do 






22 Peru 


do 


do 






20 Buckfield 


do 


do 






23 Casco 


Married 


do 






20 Ravmond 


Single 


do 






19 Poland 


do 


do 






21 Otisfield 


Married 


do 






23 Peru 


Single 


do 






26 Minot 


Married 


do 






20 Hebron 


Single 


do 






19 Poland 


do 


do 






20 Peru 


do 


do 






23;Minot 


do 


do 






24 Wilson's Mills 


do 


do 






21 Oxford 


do 


do 






23|Byron 


do 


do 






27 Lewiston 


Marriec 


do 






18 Minot 


Single 


Nov. 22 






19 Naples 


do 


do 






18l Minot 


do 


do 






25 do 


do 


do 






18 Turner 


do 


do 






25 Poland 


Marriec 


do 






25 Raymond 


do 


do 






21 Hebron 


Single 


do 






25 N. Portland 


do 


do 






20 Hebron 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



307 



Return of Company K, Fifth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



i 


Prisoners. 
When 
t.ikeii. 


Deceased. 
When. 


Disch'd. 
When. 


Remarks. 


32 












33 












34 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




35 












36 












37 












38 








Deserted July 23. Presence not wanted. 




39 












40 












41 








Appointed 7th Corporal, Sept. 23, 




42 












43 












44 






Sept. 9 






45 












46 












47 












48 








Accidentally shot himself. 




49 






Oct. 1 






50 












51 












52 






Nov. 12 






53 












54 












55 












56 












57 












58 












59 












60 












61 












62 






Oct. 1 






63 












64 












65 












66 












67 












68 






Decl 






69 












70 












71 












72 












73 












74 












75 


July 21 






Confined at Richmond. 




76 












77 








Transferred from Co. F., June 24. 




78 












79 












80 












81 












82 












83 








_ 




84 












85 










_ 


86 












87 













308 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company K, Fifth Regiment Infantry Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
64 




1 


6 




1 

2 
10 


1 
2 


1 


4 
14 

5 
83 


Total 


82 




1 


6 




13 


3 


1 


106 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 18G1. 



2 12 56 70 



5 5 



On 

Special 

Duty. 



1 6 



In 

ArRE3T. 



J 



82 



Sick. 



On 

Special 
Service. 



1 83 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Hamlin T. Bucknam 
Biirliank Spiller 
Charles K. Packard 

Andrew S. Lion 
Smith G. Bailey- 
John J. Bra^^don 
Comfort M. Perkins 
John McLellan 

Charles E. Harris 
Simon L. .Johnson 
George W. Pratt 
George E. French 
Kllis Ripley 
Horatio Bnmpus 
Henry H. Hutchingson 
Joseph Q. Edmonds 

William B. Adams 
Talbot G. Stuart 



Rank. 



Captain Minot 
1st Lieut. Raymond 
2d Lieut. Hebron 

Sergeant N. Gloucester 
do [Poland 
do 1 do 
do Minot 

do 1 Casco 

Corporal Poland 
do Buckfield 

Hebron 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

Fifer 
Drum'r 



Auburn 

Peru 

Hebron 

Minot 

Auburn 

Raymond 
Casco 



Remarks. 



Sept. 23 Recruiting in Maine, 
do Commanding Co. 

do 

Sept. 23 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Sept. 23 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

June 24 
Sept. 4 



A 



APPENDIX D. 



309 



PRESENT ORGANIZATION OF FIELD AND STAFF. 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 



Names. 


Bank. 


Residence. 


Date of Rank. 


N. J. Jackson 


Colonel 


Lewiston 


Sept. 2, 1861 


William S. Heath 


Lieutenant-Colonel 


Waterville 


Sept. 24, 1861 


Edward A. Seamman 


Miijor 


Portland 


do 


George W. Graff am 


Adjutant 


do 


Sept. 2, 1861 


Stephen H. Manning 


Quartermaster 


Lewiston 


do 


George E. Brickett 


Acting Surgeon 


China 


Atig. 21, 1861 


Francis G. Warrea 


Assistant Surgeon 


Biddeford 


June 21, 1861 


John N. Adams 


Chaplain 


Portland 


June 1, 1861 


Smith G. Bailey 


Sergeant-Major 


Poland 




William B. Fenderson 


Qr. -Master Sergeant 


Biddeford 




James L. Dresser 


Commis. -Sergeant 


Portland' 




Wm. E. Riggs 


Hospital Steward 


do 





310 



APPENDIX D. 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers 0/ Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers^ 
showing changes which have taken place by promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since en- 
tering service of the United States to December 1, 1861. 



Names. 


Rank. 
Colonel 


Residence. 


Date of Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


Abner Knowlcs 


Bangor 


July 12.1861 


Resigned. 


Hiram Biirnham 


Lieut.-Colonel Cherryf' Id 


July 1, 1861 


Promoted to Colonel. 


Chas. H. Chandler 


Lient.-Colonel Foxcroft 




Prom, from Captain 


Frank Fierce 


iVIajor 


Bucksport 




[Co. A. 


John D. McFarland 


Adjutant 


Ellsworth 






Isaac Strickland 


Quartermaster 


Bangor 


July 15,1861 


Resigned. 


Addison P. Buck 


Quartermaster 


Foxcroft 






Eu;,'enc F. Sawyer 


Surgeon 


Bangor 


June 24, 1861 




John Baker 


Asst.-Surgeon 


F.Machias 


June 28, 1861 


Resigned. 


Geo. W. Martin 


Asst. -Surgeon 


Houlton 


Oct. 12, 1861 




Zenas Thompson 


Chaplain 


Portland 


July 15, 1861 





KEGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Mustei 
into U. S.Serv 


Remarks. 


Henrv S. Morey 


Leader 


Bangor 


July 15, 1861 




Fred. W. Libby 


Musician 


Rockland 


do 




James E. West 


do 


Machias 


do 




Wm. E. Bowkcr 


do 


do 


do 




Benj. F. Barker 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




Geo. W. Campbell 


do 


Machias 


do 




Jared Crane 


do 


do 


do 




John M. Peck 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 


TransfeiTcd from Co. B. 


Edmund Bonnev 


do 


do 


do 




Chas. H. Pilisbury 


do 


Bucksport 


do 


Transferred from Co. E. 


Chas. H. Clark 


do 


Machias 


do 




Frank Exkorn 


do 


Portland 


do 




Fredrick Brackett 


do 


Calais 


do 


Transfen-ed from Co. D. 


W. Henrv Bowker 


do 


Machias 


do 


Transferred from Co. C. 


Rnfus L. Wilder 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Winslow Brackett 


do 


Calais 


do 




Josepli W. Longfellow 


do 


Machias 


do 


Transferred from Co. C. 


Orrin G. Davis 


do 


Corinth 


do 




William H. Callendcr 


do 


Boston 


do 


Transferred from Co. H. 


Zel.a W. Burrill 


do 


Bucksport 


do 


Transferred from Co. E. 


John E. Sherman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Geo. Weldon 


do 


Portland 


Oct. 24, 1861 




Daniel G. Header 


a„ 1 


Ellsworth 

1 


July 15, 1861 


Transferred from Co. B. 



APPENDIX D. 



311 



Return of Capt. Moses W. Brown, Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the mornin<; of December 1st, »1 861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have tai<en place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of July, 1861. 

C. H. CHANDLER, Captain. 











Miistr'd 




Names. 


i 


Residence. | 


■-' Jf 


into 


Remarks. 




<; 




ii 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












Moses W. Brown, 


42 


Brownville 


M 


July 15 


Resigned. 


Charles H. Chandler, 


39 


Foxcroft 


M 


do 


Promoted to Captain. 


Addison P. Buck. 


25 


do 


M 


do 


" Quarter-master. 


SERGEANTS. 












Sewall C. Gray, 


22 


Exeter 


S 


do 


Promoted to 1st Lieut. 


George W. Emerson, 


21 


Brownville 


s 


do 




Walter G. Morrill, 


20 


Williamsburg 


s 


do 


Promoted to 1 st Sergeant. 


Lyman H. Wilkins, 


27 


Brownville . 
Sangerville * 


rS 


do 


3d " 


Edward J. Jewett. 


23 


's 


do 


" 4th « 


CORPORALS. 












Edward L. Emerv, 


27 Foxcroft 


M 


do 


Promoted to 5th Sergeant. 


Charles A. Clark^ 


20 Sangerville 


S 


do 


Trans, to Qr.-mr's. Department. 


Luther G- Rogers, 


22 Lincoln 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Oliver Brown, 


35 Foxcroft 


M 


do 


Discharged. Disability, 
Promoted to 2d Lieut. 


Isaac Morrill. 


38 


Brownville 


M 


do 


James E. Holmes 


30 


Foxcroft 


S 


do 


" 2d Corporal. 


Orrington L. Buker, 


23 


Milo 


s 


do 


3d 


Charles E. Hurd. 


23 


Dover 


s 


do 


4th " 


MUSICIANS. 












John C Washburn, 


40 


Guilford 


s 


do 


Deserted. 


Lewis S. Colcord. 


18 


Dover 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 












George W. Sayward. 


28 


Thorndike 


M 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Ayer, Sewall P. 


21 


Atkinson 


s* 


do 


' 


Atwood, Charles E. 


18 


Kenduskeag 


do 




Ames, Francis W. 


24 


Dover 


s 


do 




Bates, John B., Jr. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Berry, Loumus 


22 


Brownville 


M 


do 




Buker, George W. 


25 


Bowdoin 


s 


do 




Blood, Wm. H. 


21 


Sebec 


s 


do 




Besser, Wellington 


35 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 
Not mustered in. 


Barrett, Lincolft W. 


24 


Dover 


s 




Blanchard, Newton 


27 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 




Bragdon, Aaron 


33 


Dover 


M 


do 




Bradley, Alonzo 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Bragg," Albert L. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Bradley, Alphonzo 


18 


do 


rs 


do 




Berry, Cliailes H. 


20 


Brownfield 


s 


do 




Chamberlain, Otis C. 


19 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 




Gushing, Wainwright 


18 


Sebec 


s 


do 




Cochoran, Chancy N. 


21 


Dover 


s 


do 




Crockett, Seth B. 


18 


Guilford 


s 


do 




Carleton, Augustus B. 


20 


Dover 


s 


do 




Douglass, John E. 


26 


do 


s 


do 




Dagtrett, Franklin H. 


23 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 




Douglass, Elbridge T. 


21 


Dover 


s 


do 




Dawes, George W. 


20 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 




Edes, Charles E. 


25 


do 


s 


do 


Promoted to 6th Corporal. 


Fox, Owen 


19 


Dover 


s 


do 


Fox, Edmund B. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Farrington, Henry P. 


24 


Foxcroft 


M 


do 




Fickett', Stillman 


22 


Cherry field 


s 


do 




Gould, Isaiah S. 


21 


Brownville 


s 


do 





J12 



adjutant-general's REPORr. 



Return of Company A, Sixth Reg-iment, ( Continued.') 



Gerry, Caleb E. 
Getfhell, Elbridge W. 
Greenleaf, William A. 
Galusha, Amasa 
Harris, Benjamin 
Hutchinson, Fred. E. 
Hayes, Albert 
Husscy, Kcuben 
Howard, Ebenezer 
Hobbs, Horace S. 
Kelley, Escck 
Larrabee, John E. 
Laurell, Harrison 
Larrabee, Loring H. 
Lil)by, 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. 
Plummcr, Fred. E. 
Ricker, Henry, Jr. 
Robinson, Alex. M , Jr. 
Rockwell, Thomas J. 
Robinson, Andrew J. 
Smith, Ami M. 
Titcomb, Char'es C. 
Wetherbee, Timothy 
White, Henry K. 
AVhittemorc, Charles H. 
Gould, William A. 
Greenza, Edwin 
Favor, Angervinc J. 
Severance, Frank 
Severance, Daniel 
Richards, Edward A. 
Springfield, George H. 
Sewall, William G. 
Davis, Ozio W. 
Prescott, Frank 
Fogg, John I. 
Morrill, Shepard 
Fogg, John E. 
wing, Ira P. 
Bavley, Levi 
Crockett, Elbridge T. 
Bunker, Lewis A. 
Carver, Everett 
Smith, George M. 
Holden, George F. 







O o' 


Miislr'd 




u 


Residence. 


C "■ 


into 


Remarks. 


< 
27 




i-i 


U.S.Ser. 




Dover 


J 


July 15 




30 


Sebec 


M 


do 




28 


Abbot 


M 


do 




19 


Sangeiwille 


s 


do 


Deceased. 


38 


Brownville 


S 


do 




20 


Dover 


S 


do 




21 


do 


s 


do 




22 


do 


s 


do 




24 


Brownville 


s 


do 




24 


Milo 


M 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


24 


Orono 


s 


do 




22 


Park man 


s 


do 




42 


Dover 


M 


do 




21 


do 


s 


do 




20 


do 


s 


do 




20 


do 


s 


do 




22 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 




18 


do 


s 




Not mustered in. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




20 


Sebec 


s 


do 




18 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 




24 


Williamsburg 


s 


do 




21 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 




26 


do 


s 


do 




26 


Dover 


s 


do 




18 


do 


s 


do 




22 


do 


s 


do 




18 


do 


s 


do 




18 


Park man 


s 


do 




19 


Garland 


s 


do 




2.5 


Orono 


s 


do 




19 


Sangerville 


s 


do 




28 


Dover 


s 


do 




23 


Brownville 


s 


do 




33 


Holden 


M 




Not mustered in. 


19 


Dover 


s 


do 




18 


Bangor 


s 


Aug 27 


• 


30 


do 


s 


Julvl5 




22 


do 


s 


do 




38 


N. Y. City 


s 


do 




23 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 




21 


Bangor 


s 


do 




32 


Williamsburg 


s 


do 




32 


Bangor 


M 


do 




36 


Brownville 


s 


do 




24 


do 


s 


do 




19 


Barnard 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


19 


Milo 


s 


do 




21 


Guilford 


s 


do 




21 


Barnard 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal 


23 


Milo 


s 




Not mustered in? 


32 


Brownville 


M 


do 




23 


Bangor 


s 


Aug,27 





APPENDIX D. 



313 



Recapitulation of Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
ciiarged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Duty. '"'='^- 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. (Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


1 i 
10 ' 1 

2 
75 1 






I 


1 

I 

1 


1 


1 
1 

5 


3 

13 

3 

83 


Total 


88 2 






I 


3 


I ! 7 


102 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



For Dutv. 



2ll2 57 71 



Sick. 



II 1 15 17 



On 

Special 
Duty. 



E 9 



In 

Arrest. 



oi2; Cj< 



190 



On 
Special 
Service. 



s;o s e:o 



o fc £10.2; 



90 



Present Organization of the Company. 











Date of 




6 


Names. 


» Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


^ 








ment. 




1 


C. H. Chandler 


40 Captain 


Foxcroft 


Sept. 19 




2 Sewell C. Gray 


22 1st Lieut. 


Exeter 


do 




3 Isaac Morrill 


38 2d Lieut. 


Brownville 


do 




1 Walter G. Morrill 


20 Sergeant 


Williamsburg 


Sept. 19 




2 George W. Emerson 


21 do 


Brownville 


May 20 




3 


Lyman H. Wilkins 


27 do 


do 


Sept. 19 




4 


Edward J. Jewett 


23 


do 


Sangerville 


do 




5 


Edward L. Emery 


27 


do 


Foxcroft 


do 




1 


Luther G. Rogers 


22 


Corporal 


Lincoln 


Sept. 19 




2 


James E. Holmes 


31 


do 


Foxcroft 


do 




3 Orrington L. Buker 


23 


do 


Milo 


do 




4 Charles E. Hurd 


23 


do 


Dover 


do 




5 Lewis A. Bunker 


21 


do 


Barnard 


do 




6 Charles E. Edes 


25 


do 


Foxcroft 


do 




7 


Ira P. Wing 


19 


do 


Barnard 


do 




8 


Horace S. Hobbs 


24 


do 


Milo 


do 





21 



314 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Ketnrn of Capt. Isaac Frazier, Company B, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volun- 
teers, expnssing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, together witli 
a record of the changes that have tiil<en jihice in the Company since it entered the 
service of the United States, on the fifteenth dav of Julv, 1861. 

ISAAC FRAZIER, Captain. 









go 


iMustr'd 






Names. 


i 

< 


Residence. 




into 
U.S.Per. 


Remarks. 




commiss'd officers. 












Isaac Frazier, 


52 


Ellsworth 


M 


July 15 






Otis W. Kent, 


4.5 


do 


M 


do 


Resigned Nov. 5. 




John U. McFarland. 


40 


Hancock 


M 


do 


Promoted to Adjutant 




SERGEANTS. 














Milton Frazier, 


21 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 


Appointed 2d Lieutenant. 


Albert M. March, 


28 


do 


s 


do 


1st ^ " 




Daniel G Meader, 


25 


do 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 




George E. Thomas, 


22 


do 


S 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




Augustus T. Somerby. 


22 


do 


M 


do 






CORPORALS. 














John D Eiipes, 


24 


do 


S 


do 


Appointed Sergeant. 




Edward K. Heath, 


22 


Hancock 


M 


do 


U 11 




John C. Honey, 


23 


Amherst 


S 


do 


" 1st " 




Apollos Hunt, 


.36 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 






Albert L. Jones, 


21 


Hold en 


S 


do 


Appointed Sergeant. 




Jophanees M. Whithee. 


26 


Hancock 


S 


do 






Jonathan K. PhiHps, 


24 


Dedham 


s 


do 






Solomon Keliher. 


25 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


Discharged for disabili 


ty- 


MUSICIANS. 














John Malone, 


22 


do 


M 


do 






John M. Peck. 


28 


do 


M 


do 


Transferred to band. 




WAGONER. 














David Chiik. 


35 


do 


M 


do 






PRIVATES. 














Bugbee, Charles W. 


21 


do 


S 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




Bowden, George W. 


20 


do 


s 


do 






Baker, Cyrus, Jr., 


28 


do 


M 


do 


" 




Bennett, John W. 


19 


do 


s 


do 






Broderick, Benj. S. 


23 


Amherst 


s 


do 






Burley, Roscoe E. 


19 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 






Boynton, Sylvanus S. 


25 


do 


s 


do 






Bowker, Jotham 


32 


do 


M 


do 






Cousins, Lorenzo D. 


20 


do 


s 


do 






Cook, Edward B. 


22 


do 


s 


do 






Christy, Jolin H. 


19 


do 


s 


do 






Chick," Thomas W. 


19 


Milford 


s 


do 






Carrigan. Thomas 


19 


do 


s 


do 






Day, Atherton 


37 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 






Dow, Alvin A. 


19 


Hancock 


s 


do 






Eklridirc, Martin V. 


21 


Xewhurg 


s 


do 






Fields, Dori)his L. 


18 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




Freeman, Joseph 


18 


Orono 


s 


do 






Fields, Alexander E. 


24 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 






Foster, Bartlett 


19 


Chcrryficld 


s 


do 






Goodwin, Oliver H. 


21 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 






Gray, Benjamin F. 


32 


do 


M 


do 






Gates, John 


22 


do 


s 


do 






Getchell, Joseph T. 


34 


do 


M 


do 






George, Wm. 


24 


do 


s 


do 






George, Hermon S. 


21 


Holden 


s 


do 






Goodwin, Charles R. 


19 


Mariaville 


s 


do 






Hutchins, Geo. H. 


29 


.Monmouth 


s 


do 






Hines, Jesse 


24 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 






Hamilton, Wm. 


23 


do 


s 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



315 



Return of Company B, Sixth Regiment, (^ Continued.^ 



Names. 



Hewes, Rufus W. 
Hall, Nalmtn H., Jr., 
Harrington, Wesley 
Hainman, George E. 
Jewell, Joseph R. 
Joy, Joseph A. 
Jack, Samuel M. 
Lyman, Theodore J. 
Libby, Edwin S. 
Lynch, Bartlett 
Haddocks, Billins 
Mosely, John W. 
Moore, Parnel B. 
Marson, Oakman W. 
Mureh, Cyrus L. 
Mitchell, George B. 
Morang, Daniel H. 
Milliken, Elbridge M. 
M'Kean, James H. 
Moore, Isaac F. 
Haddocks, Samuel 
Haddocks, Edwin P. 
Nickerson, Charles 
O'Brien, Thomas 
Potter, Alien A. 
Phillips, Edmund B 
Peakes, Geo. F. 
Royall, Chas. G. 
Royall, Benj. B. 
Roberts, Albion K. P. 
Sweeney, Wm. H. 
Smith., Reuben 
Smith, Joseph 
Sumner, Peter G. 
Sylvester, Evander W. 
Scribncr, Benjamin F. 
Trueworthy, Aug. J. 
Thompson, Bainb'ge D. 
Trueworthy, Calvin A. 
Taylor, Roscoe G. 
Thompson, Wm. D. 
Whittaker, John D. 
West, David A. 
Wade, Turner 







Mustr'd 


Residence. 


ac 


into 




s 


U.S.Ser. 


Ellsworth 


Jul V 15 


do 


s 


do 


Parkman 


M 


do 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Bangor 


S 


do 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 


Kxeter 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


do 


M 


do 


do 


M 


do 


Windsor 


S 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Hancock 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


Mariaville 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


Hancock 


M 


do 


Holden 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Dexter 


s 


do 


Dedham 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Bradford 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Amherst 


s 


do 


Edin borough 


s 


do 


Bangor 


s 


do 


Dediiam 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Amherst 


s 


do 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 


Franklin 


M 


do 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


Bangor 


M 


do 



Remarks. 



Appointed Corporal. 
Sick in quarters. 



Sick in quarters. 

Deceased Nov. 25. 
Sick in quarters. 



Sick in quarters. 



316 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company B, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volimteers. 





Present & Absent. 






De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duly. 


Sick. 


Killed.-—- 


Total. 


Commissioncfl Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
9 
2 

58 


2 
8 






1 


1 
2 




1 
1 
2 
6 


4 
12 

4 
75 


Total 


71 


10 


i 1 


3 




10 


95 







Condensed Morning Report, 


December 


1st 


, 1861. 










Present. 


Absent. 












On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 








For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 


























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Present Organization of the Company. 



— 


TBRf- 


— 






Date of 




c 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 












ment. 




I 


Isaac Frazier 


52 


Captain 


Ellsworth 


April 29 


Co. organ. Dec. 13. 


2 


Albert M. Murch 


28 


1st Lieut 


do 


Dec. 3 




3 


Milton Frazier 


21 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


John C. Honey 


23 


Sergeant 


Amherst 


Aug. 24 




2 


George E. Thomas 


22 


do Ellsworth 


A]n-il 29 




3 


Edward K. Heath 


22 


do Hancock 


July 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 


July 15 




3 


Geori:;e F. Peakes 


21 


do 


do 


do 




^ 


Reuben Smith 


27 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




5 


Rufus W. Howes 


24 


do 


Amherst 


Aug. 24 




6 


Charles G. Roval 


19 


do 


Ellsworth 


Aug. 2 




7 


Benjamin S. Broderick 


23 


do 


Amherst 


Dec. 3 




8 


Oliver H. Goodwin 


21 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



817 



Return of Capt. Benjamin F. Harris, Company C, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressinj^ its condition on tlie 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 fifteenth day of Julv, 1861. 

BENJAMIN F. HARRIS, Captain. 



commiss'd officeks. 
Benjamin F. Harris, 
John H. Ballinger, 
Charles F. Stone. 

SERGEANTS. 

Frederick A. Hill, 
Bayles A. Campbell, 
William H. West, 
John L. Pierce, 
William H. McCabe. 

CORPORALS. 

Albion H. Campbell, 
B. Frank Campbell, 
Benj. R. J. Thaxter, 
John C. Pierce, 
James N. Dwelly, 
Henry T. McDonald, 
Theodore, Hill, Jr. 
Thomas Cornifi'. 

MUSICIANS. 

Henry H. Bowles, 
Edwin Morrill. 

WAGONER. 

John McCabe. 

PRIVATES. 

Allen, William 
Allen, George H. 
Bradbury, James T. 
Barry, Westbrook 
Bowker, W. Henry 
Balch, Horatio G. 
Bryant, Samuel O. 
Burke, John 
Brennan, James 
Black, James 
Blackman, William R. 
Beverly, Farnham 
Chandler, Hersey B. 
Crocker, Francis B. 
Crane, James E. 
Cilley, George S. 
Crowley, James 
Clark. S. Burnham 
Dawson, William 
Drew, Abram J. 
Dagnin, Patrick 
Dow, Andrew J. 
Eklerkin, William A. 
Elliot, Harrison W. 
Edgecomb, Gilbert 
Foss, James A. 
Foss, George A. 
Fenlason, Stillman M. 
Faulkner, John 
FoUansbee, James A. 




do 
Pembroke 
Machias 

do 

do 



Bowdoin 
Machias 
do 

2.3 JE. Machias 
.341 do 
21 Machias 
23 IE. Machias 
27 1 Machias 

20, Columbia 
35 Portland 



28 



Machias 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
21 Lubec 

20 Machias 

24 Woodstock 
21! Cherry field 
23 Whiting 
20|E. Machias 
32 do 
23 Jonesport 

21 Machias 



18 


do 


33 


do 


24 


do 


31 


Pembroke 


28 Whitnevville 


24 Marsbfield 


19|Trcscott 


28 E. Machias 


22 Machias 


22 do 


25 do 


19 do 


27 do 


25 do 


26 do 


20 


do 



o_si 


Mustr 'd 






a s 


into 


Remarks. 




Sic 


U.S.Ser. 






M 


July 15 






M 


do 






M 


do 


Recruiting in Maine. 




M 


do 






S 


do 






S 


do 






S 


do 






S 


do 






S 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




s 


do 






s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 








M 


do 


Sick in camp. 




M 


do 






M 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






M 


do 


Transferred to band. 




s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




s 


do 






s 


do 






M 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






M 


do 


Sick in camp. 




s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






M 


do 






s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






M 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 






s 


do 







318 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Compariy C, Sixth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Feiilason, John 
Geic'hell, Henry 
Hadley, Charles A. 
Hadley, Stephen 
Hughes, William B. 
Hoar, John W. 
Harmon, Layfayette 
Hennessay, Jeremiah 
Hill, Stephen 
Heyward, Eben S. 
Hathaway, James E. 
Hitchings, Ellis T. 
Huirhes, Clark P. 
Hm-lburt, David 
Longfellow, Benj. F. 
Lcighton, Henry H. 
Leighton, George H. 
Longfellow, Joseph W. 
Lyon, James N. 
Libhy, James S. 
Longfellow, Horatio N. 
McCabe, Raymond 
McKenzie, George W. 
Mc Connell, John 
Slulhern, John 
Maynard. Magloire 
Merritt, William C. 
JNIay, Thomas 
Jliflay, David 
Perry, George AV. 
Perry, John 
Page, William 
Perkins, Charles W. 
Patten, Willliam C 
8chop])ee, William H. 
Story, Robert 
St. Jennan, Jo«eph 
Spenser, Daniel McG. 
Stiles, William Iv. 
Sargent, Henry C. 
Tinney, Peggin R. 
Thaxter, Marshall 
Tiiompson Ira M. 
Tracv, John 
Triffet, Georsxc W. 
Wilder, Calcl) B. 
Wilder, Rufus L. 
Weeks, John 



29jAlexander 
2l!Marshfield 
33l do 

21! do 
23 Machias 
25| do 

21 do 

23' Whitney ville 

24; Whiting 

19j Wesley 

2i:Maciiias 

20 Cooper 

22'Maehias 

28jWhitneyville 

20 Maehias 

21! do 

20 Ellsworth 

25 1 Machias 

22 Edmonds 



Cape tllizab. 
Machias 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Marshfield 

do 
Boston 
E. Machias 
Machias 

do 
Dennysville 
Weslev 
CherrjTield 
22 1 Machias 
39' do 
20;Marshfield 
I9jStockton 

24 Columbia 
18:Machias 

25 j Columbia 

20 [Machias 
23jJonesboro' 
23 E. Machias 

21 Weslev 



Machias 

do [N. B 
St. Davids, 



c^ 


Mustr 'd 




into 
U.S.Ser, 


s 


July 15 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do } 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


R 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


M 


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 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 1 


s 


do i 



Remarks. 



Sick in camp. 
Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 
Discharged for disability. 



Transferred to band. 

Sick in camp. 
Discharged for disability. 

Discharged for disability, 



Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 



Killed at Havre dc Grace, Md. 



APPENDIX D. 



319 



Recapitulation of Company G, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



Present & Absent. 



Fit for 
Duty. 



Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. (Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 



Total 



3 
11 

2 
59 



75 



Sick. 



13 



Killed. 



Prison- Be- 
ers, ceased. 



Dis- 
charjjed. 



De Trans 
serted. ferred. 



Total. 



3 
12 

3 
79 



97 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 18G1. 













Present. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 

Arrest. 










On 








For Duty. 


Sice. 




Special 

DUTV. 




S 


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• 


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Service. 






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Present Organization of the Company. 



— " 










Date of 




o 


Names. 


6 

61. 


Kank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


^ 










ment. 




1 


Benj. F. Harris 


29 Captain 


Machias 


April 29 




2 


JoJin H. Ballinger 


30 1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Charles F. Stone 


27 2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Fred. A. Hill 


28 Sergeant 


Machias 


July 15 




2 


Bayles A. Campbell 


23 do 


Pembroke 


do 




3 


Wm. H. West 


21i do 


Machias 


do 




4 


John L. Pierce 


21 do 


do 


do 




5 


Wm. H. McCabe 


23 do 


do 


do 




1 


B. Frank. Campbell 


24 Corporal 


Machias 


July 15 




2 


Benja. R. J. Thaxter 


27 


do 


do 


do 




3 


John C. Pierce 


23 


do 


E. Machias 


do 




4 


James N. Dwelly 


34 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Henry T. McDonald 


21 


do 


Machias 


do 




6 


Theodore Hill, Jr. 


23 


do 


E. Machias 


do 




7 


Thomas CornifF 


27 


do 


Machias 


do 





320 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt Joel A. Haycock, Company J), Sixth Reo:inicnt Infantry, Maine 
Volmiteei's, ex))ressir)y its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with u 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 Julv, 1861. 

JOEL A. HAYCOCK, Captain. 





. 




O d 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


tss 


Residence. 


■-"^ 


into 


Remarks. 




<. 




Sec 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












Joel A. Haycock, 


2.3 


Calais 


s 


July 15 




Renel W. Furlong, 


25 


do 


s 


do 




Henry H. Waitc. 


28 


do 


s 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Levi L. L. Bassford, 


26 


do 


s 


do 




George W. McLain, 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Benjamin F. Waite, Jr., 


26 


do 


s 


do 


Recruiting in Maine. 


Edward Williams, 


2.5 


do 


s 


do 




George P. Blanchard. 


24 


do 


s 


do 




COKPOUALS. 












William Lam be, 


30 


do 


M 


do 




Henry Balcomb, 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Hugh McEvcr, 


30 


do 


s 


do 




William Gower, 


24 


Princeton 


M 


do 


Reduced to ranks. - '""Xl 


William Sherman, 


27 


Calais 


s 


do 


" " 


Warren Frazer, 


24 


do 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


John 0. Dow. 


24 


do 


s 


do 




MUSICIANS. 












Frederick Brackett, 


20 


do 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 


John Nichols. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 












Archibald Black lock. 


42 


do 


M 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


PRIVATES. 












Andei-son, Sumner 


19 


Robbinston 


s 


do 




Brown, Lcander L. 


19 


Calais 


M 


do 


Promoted to CorporaL 


Bancher, Michael 


29 


do 


M 


do 




Bacon, James M. 


27 


do 


S 


do 


Detached. 


Burns, Barney 


25 


N. Adams,Ms. 


S 


do 


Deserted July 16. 


Brown, John 


19 


Cape Ann 


S 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Behan, Andrew- 


21 


Calais 


M 


do 




Bailey, Ezra 


22 


Baring 


S 


do 




CotK'ha, James 


25 


Calais 


s 


do 


Transferred to Mott's battery. 


Chirk, Daniel 


22 


do 


S 


do 


Deserted July 16. 


Coy, William W. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Clayborne, Richard 


23 


do 


M 


do 




Chamberlain, John 


19 


do 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Carpenter, Henry 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Crafts, Jolm 


31 


Alexander 


s 


do 


Deserted July 16. 


Condon, Michael 


24 


St. Stephens, 


s 


do 




Chaml)criain, James 


25 


Calais [N.B. 


s 


do 


Detached. 


Colton, Wm. P. 


25 


do 


s 


do 




Cocln-an, Wm. H. 


23 


Baring 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


EJlswortli, Joseph 


21 


Alexander 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Fogg, Hugh M. 


19 


Calais 


s 


do 




Farrell, Thomas 


25 


Princeton 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Gower, Enoch 


18 


do 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


Grant, Daniel 


19 


Westbrook 


s 


do 




Hanson, Aaron 


20 


StStephensN. 


s 


do 




Hunter, Albert 


25 


Princeton [B. 


s 


do 




Jameson, John 


22 


Calais 


s 


do 




Leavitt, Leander 


23 


do 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


McCarty, Patrick 


34 


do 


s 


do 




McLall.v, John 


27 


St. John, N.B. 


s 


do 




McDonald, Wm. 


37 


Calais 


M 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



321 



Return of Company D, Sixth Reg-iment, ( Continued.') 



McMann, Wm. 
Moore, James 
Miihoney, Tliomas 
Moran, Lot 
McCurdy, James 
McLellan. George "W. 
Morton, Henry Q. 
M'Clellan, Edgar 
McKay, Thomas 
Moores, William 
Mclntire, Patrick 
Middleton, Frank 
McKeagan, Angus 
Moses, William 
Pardue, James 
Pair, Michael 
Kickett, Ebcnezer 
Robinson, Joseph 
Ross, Thomas 
Roach, Alexander 
Smith, Alonzo 
Shay, Michael 
Swarbrick, Henry 
Stables, John 
SciiUen, Thomas 
Smith, Ryan W. 
Scott, Henry 
Thompson, Silas 
Thompson, Daniel 
Tibbetts, Thomas 
Trott, Frank 
Thompson, R. W. 
Winship, Wm. H. 
Woodman, Rodney 
Woodside, James 
Wilson, Horace C. 
Weeks, Wm. H. 
Wade, Abraham 
Wito, George 
Couchlan, Timothy 
Riley, Roger 
Doyle, Wm. 
Downes, Michael 
Hall, Wm. H. 
Hanson, Alexander 
Smith, klias 
Sutherland, James 
McCarty, Daniel 




Calais 
do 
do 
Princeton 

do 
Baileyville 
22! Lee 
25: Calais 



Halitax, N. S. 
Milton 

do [Y. 

Syracuse, N. 
Calais 

do 

do 
St John, N.B. 
Calais 

do 
New York 
Calais 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Dennysville 
48 1 Calais 
21 Baring 

do 
Calais 

do 
Princeton 
Weston 
Calais 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do [N.B. 
St. Stephens, 
Calais 

do 





Mustr 'd 


u ^ 


into 


Sec 

M 


U.S.Ser 


July 15 


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 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


W 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 



Remarks. 



Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 



Deserted July 16. 
Drowned at Chain Bridge. 
Sick in camp. 

Deceased July 20. 



Sick in quarters. 
Deceased Dec. 9. 

Deserted July 16. 
On detached service. 



Discharged by Court Martial. 



Deserted July 1 6. 
On detached service. 



On detached service. 
Sick in camp. 



322 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company D, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


,-.„ , Prison- De- ' Bis- De- iTrans- rr„,., 
'^'"^'^•: ers. ceased, cliarged. serted. ferred. ■^°^*'- 




Fit for 1 g. ^ 
Duty. '-"''^• 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
10 2 

2 
57 9 




3 


3 


3 

12 

1 3 

6 1 79 


Total 


72 1 11 1 


3 


3 6 2 97 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



Present. 



For Duty. 



Sick. 



1 752601 1 1 8 10 1 






Or? 

Special 
Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 



Sice. 



1 75 



On 

Special 
Service. 



£ ^ 



5 8 83 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 


tL 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


'A 




< 






ment. 




1 


Joel A. Havcock 


25 


Captain 


Calais 


April 30 




2 


Reuel W. Furlong 


25 1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Henry H. Waite 


28 2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Levi L. L. Bassford 


26 Sergeant 


Calais 


April 30 




2 


George W. McLean 


20 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Beniamin F. Waite, Jr. 


26 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Edward Williams 


25 


do 


do 


do 




5 


George P. Blanchard 


24 


do 


do 


June 15 




1 


William Lambe 


30 


Corporal 


Calais 


April 30 




2 


Hcnrv Balcomb 


22 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Huirh McEver 


30 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Warren Frazer 


24 


do 


do 


Julv 15 




5 


John 0. Dow 


24 


do 


do 


do 




6 


John Chamberlain 


19 


do 


do 


Dec. 1 




7 


Leander L. Brown 


19 


do 


do 


do 




1 


John Nichols 


18 


^Musician 


Calais 


April 30 





APPENDIX D. 



823 



Return of Capt- Josepli Snowman, Company E, Sixth Rcfrimcnt Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 fifteenth day of July, 1861. 

JOSEPH SNOWMAN, Captain. 









t-, • 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


&£ 


Residence. 


fcl W) 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




g| 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












Joseph Snowman, 


48 


Bucksport 


M 


July 15 




Benjamin J. Buck, 


.31 


do 


S 


do 




Virgil P. WardvveU. 


23 


do 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Frederic B. Ginn, 


31 


Orland 


s 


do 




George C. Irvin, 


24 


Bucksport 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Charles E. Pillsbury, 


2.5 


do 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 


Lewis P. Abbott, 


23 


do 


M 


do 




George Snowman 


22 


do 


s 


do 


Commissary Sergeant. 


CORPORALS. 












Amasa S. Condon, 


20 


Orland 


s 


do 




Horatio N. Ginn, 


27 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




John Leach, 


22 


Surrey 


s 


do 




Jesse Treat, 


22 


Bucksport 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Henry Tapley, 


25 


do 


s 


do 




William A. Quinn, 


25 


New London 


s 


do 




James G. Lamprey, 


21 


Bucksport 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Eben B. Moore, 


37 


do 


M 


do 




MUSICIANS. 












Zebah W. Burrell, 


44 


Bucksport 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


John Keefe. 


22 


Ireland 


M 


do 


Returned to ranks. 


W4.GONER. 












Albion K. Matthew. 


30 


Lincoln 


M 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Arnold, Byron P. 


26 


Orland 


s 


do 




Allen, John H. 


22 


Winterport 


S 


do 


• 


Burkley, Dennis 


21 


Bucksport 


S 


do 




Burton, Elisha 


39 


Orland 


M 


do 




Beverley, Charles S. 


27 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Brown, Jeremiah 


43 


Med ford 


M 


do 




Colson, Pxlward L. 


18 


Bucksport 


S 


do 




Cunningham, Nason B. 


20 


Sedgwiqk 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Clark, David 


19 


Orland 


s 


do 




Clark, Samuel J., Jr. 


24 


Veazie 


s 


do 




Carey, Calvin N. 


19 


Lagrange 


s 


do 




Col)b, Charles H. 


19 


Orrington 


s 


do 




Carroll, John 


21 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Clay, George W. 


21 


Bluehill 


s 


do 




Carter, Albina H. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Davis, Charles L. 


19 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Darling, Lemuel H. 


29 


Lowell 


s 


do 




Doah, Charles H. 


19 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Dudley, Charles V. 


19 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Dudley, Francis J. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Dorr, George L. 


26 


Orland 


s 


do 




Dorr, Charles P. 


20 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Eaton, Albert N. 


21 


Oldtown 


s 


do 




Ellis, Hiram 


21 


Prospect 


s 


Sept. 1 




Fogg, Hiram E. 


20 


Bucksport 


s 


July 15 




Flanders, Charles G. 


21 


Dexter 


s 


do 




Furbish, Thomas C. G. 


18 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Goodale, Greenleaf A. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Goodale, Edward A. 


29 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Grindle, George 


23 


Bluehill 


s 


do 





324 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company E, Sixth Regiment, ( Continued.') 









OS 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


< 


Residence. 


^ «> into 
gS U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 


Gray, Richard E. 


23 


Surry 


M July 15 




Harriman, Andrew J. 


22 


Biddeford 


S 


do 




Harriman, Elias 


44 


Orland 


M 


do 




Heath, Avery H. 


22 


Penobscot 


S 


do 




Higgins, Leonard J. 


39 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




Hatchings, Wesley T. 


20 


Penobscot 


M 


do 




Heywood, SewallL. 


18 


Bucksport 


S 


do 




Hunnewell, Calvin 


25 


Alexander 


S 


do 




Jerome, Hyde 


23 


Corinth 


s 


do 




Kenney, Thomas L. 


37 


Orland 


M 


do 




Knights, George W. 


18 


Newburg 


s 


do 




Karnes, John 


25 


Houlton 


M 


do 




Kennedy, John 


23 


Bucksport 


S 


do 




Lanphcr, Edward D. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Lerus, Thomas W. 


44 


New York 


M 






Leathers, John T. 


21 


Bancroft 


S 


do 




Miller, George 


39 


Bucksport 


M 


do 




McFarland, John 


26 


Oi-land 


S 


do 




McCarthy, John 


21 


Bucksport 


S 


do 




Moore, Aaron P. 


27 


Orland 


M 


do 




McKinley, James B. 


28 


Bucksport 


M 


do 




Merrill, Samuel, Jr. 


18 


Surry 


S 


do 




Morton, Rohert A. 


31 


Pittston 


S do 




McCorniick, Thomas 


23 


Bangor 


S 


do 




Pratt, Benjamin F. 


16 


Oldtown 


s 


do 




Penige, Warren W. 


25 


Milo 


s 


do 




Pierce, Leander H. 


23 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Page, John J. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Page, Hiram F. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Page, Silas 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Parker, Ozro 


22 


Blucliill 


s 


do 




Peterson, Orion I. 


23 


N. Gloucester 


s 


do 




Reed, Edwin B. 


22 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Richardson, William A. 


19 


Orland 


s 


do 




Richards, Waldo S. 


30 


Prospect 


M 


do 




Sherman, John E. 


22 


Buckspoi't 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Saunders, Arthur L 


20 


Orland 


s 


do 




Sun, Thomas 


18 


Manchester 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis Hospital. 


Stubhs, James, Jr. 


19 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Tozier, Charles G. 


37 


Charleston 


M 


do 




Towle, Jeremy J. 


29 


Bucksport 


M 


do 




Trundy, Justin H. 


22 


Dover 


S 


do 




Treat,'Alfred 


18 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Verrill, Moses S. 


25 


do 


s 


do 




Ward well, James H. 


21 


Orland 


s 


do 




Ward well, Moses S. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Webb, John 


22 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Westcott, Stephen B. 


20 


Bluehill 


s 


do 




Webster, Miron 


23 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Webster, Greenleaf 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Furbish, Frederic 


26 


do 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 325 

Recapitulation of Company E, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 










De- 
serted. 

1 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Duty. ^"=''- 


Killed./—;- 


ceased, cliarged. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Cora. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
9 

1 
70 


I 

9 








1 

1 


2 
1 

1 


3 

13 

3 

81 


Total 


83 


10 






2 


1 


4 


100 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 
















Ow 


In 

Arre 










On 




For Dui 


T. 


Sick. 




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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




i 


Names. 


< 

48 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


Joseph Snowman 


Captain 


Bucksport 






2 


Benjamin J. Buck 


31 


1 st Lieut. 


do 






3 


Virgil P. Wardwell 


23 


2d Lieut. 


do 






1 


Frederick B. Ginn 


31 


Sergeant 


Orland 






2 


James B. McKinley 


23 


do 


Bucksport 


Dec.l 




3 


John Leach 


37 


do 


Surry 


July 16 




4 


William A. Quinn 


25 


do 


Bucksport 


do 




5 


Lewis P. Abbott 


23 


do 


do 






1 


Amasa S. Condon 


27 


Corporal 


Orland 






2 


Jesse Treat 


22 


do 


Bucksport 






3 


Horatio N. Ginn 


27 


do 


do 






4 


Eben B. Moore 


21 


do 


Orland 






5 


Henry Tapley 


22 


do 


Bucksport 






6 


James G. Lanprey 


25 


do 


do 






7 


Waldo S. Richards 


30 


do 


Prospect 






8 


Miron Webster 


23 


do 


Bucksport 


Sept. 1 





326 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. William N. Lysctt, Company F, Sixth Refjimcnt Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
getiier 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 dav of Julv, 1861. 

WILLIAM N. LYSETT,' Captain. 



conmiss'd officers. 
William N. Lysett, 
John M. Lincoln, 
Simon Pottle, 2d. 

SERGEANTS. 

Theodore Lincoln, Jr., 
Isaac C. Campi)cll, 
Charles H. Bailey, 
Wm. H. Lincoln, 
Benjamin Leiaud. 

CORPORALS. 

John M. Morrow, 
Edward W. Eye, 
William Sheahan, 
James It. Havward, 
John W. Ross, 
Merrill Moore, 
Frederic A. Blanchard, 
Benjamin R. Jones. 

MUSICIANS. 

Robert B. Teed, 
Thomas White. 

WAGONER. 

Andrew R. Gilson. 

PRIVATES. 

Averill, Stephen W. 
Babcock, William H. 
Benner, Wasliington 
Bridges, Almon H. 
Butler, Joel 
Cambridge, George E. 
Clark, Benjamin R. 
Coolbroth, Ashbury 
Davenport, Doctorine 
Day, George E. 
Dennison, Samuel 
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. 
Henry, William 0. 
Higgius, James 
Johnson, Malcolm 
Kelley, William 
King, Richard 



Residence. 



Pembroke 

do 
Perry 



.30 Denny sville 
20 Pembroke 



do 

Perry 

do 



Pembroke 
do 

25 Dennvsville 

26 do ' 
22! Pembroke 
20 1 Perry 
20|(;harlotte 
19 Dennysville 

23 Pembroke 

19 do 

20 Perry 



Cooper 

do 
Dennysville 

26jChailotte 

40 Meddybemps 
Edmonds 
Charlotte 
Scartjoro' 
Pembroke 

do 
Cutler 

28 Pcmi)roke 

22 Portland 



Pembroke 

Dennvsville 
do ' 

Charlotte 

Perry 
33 1 Pern broke 
20;Meddybemps 
23 Dennysville 
40JMedd"ybemps 
27 1 Dennysville 

Pembroke 

Perry 

Eastport 

Cooper 

Perry 

Portland 
do 



» 


Mustr'd 




into 
U.S.Ser. 


M 


Julvl5 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


:yi 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


R 


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 


July 16 


s 


July 15 


s 


do 


s 


■lulyie 


M 


do 


s 


July 15 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 



Remarks. 



Discharged for disability. 

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. 
Sick in camp. 

Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 



APPENDIX D. 



327 



Return of Company F, Sixth Regiment, ( Continued.') 





o 




o =J 


Miistr'd 




Names. 


M 


Residence. 


si 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




St2 


U.S.Ser. 




Larrey, James 


22 


Lubec 


S 


July 15 




Lincoln, John C. 


21 


Perry 


s 


do 




Lincoln, Otis, Jr., 


19 


do 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Mattheson, Thomas 


18 


Dennvsville 


s 


do 




Moon, Thomas 


IS 


Whiring 


s 


do 




Moon, Lewis B. 


18 


Trescott 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Moon, Frederic W. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Moon, Lorenzo W. 


29 


do 


M 


July 16 


Discharged for disability. 


Maker, Reuben N. 


22 


Cutler 


s 


JulylS 


Sick in camp. 


McCartj, William 


25 


Perry 


s 


do 


" " 


Mellen, George 


35 


do" 


M 


July 16 


« ti 


Mitchell, James F. 


28 


Boston, Mass. 


M 


JulylS 




Murray, Edwai-d 


38 


ATontreal,C.E. 


M 


do 




Newcomb, Samuel L. 


24 


Charlotte 


S 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Owens, George H. 


18 


Pembroke 


s 


do 




O'Keefe, Dennis 


34 


Portland 


s 


do 




Phipps, Rufus D. 


22 


Cooper 


s 


July 16 




Pomeroy, William R. 


23 


Pembroke 


s 


JulylS 




Preston, Edwin U. 


18 


Denriysville 


s 


do 




Quinn, Thomas 


28 


Portland 


M 


do 




Reynolds, Belo R. 


21 


Dennysville 


s 


do 




Reynolds, John W. 


19 


Pembroke 


s 


do 




Redman, John 


24 


Meddybemps 


s 


do 




Sears, Josiah 


22 


Pembroke 


s 


do 




Shaw, Wm. H. 


31 


Edmonds 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Sprague, Francis A. 


19 


Charlotte 


s 


do 




Spofford, Simeon A. 


22 


Pembroke 


s 


do 




Stoddard, John 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Sawtelle, Albert 


22 


Cutler 


M 


do 




Sheldon, Tyra 


25 


Pembroke 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Smith, David F. 


27 


Meddybemps 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Sweeney, John 


33 


Portland 


S 


do 




Twinev I)avid J. 


29 


Dennysville 


M 


July 16 




Trull, John 0. 


22 


Cooper 


S 


do 




Ward, Amos 


23 


Pembroke 


s 


July 15 




Welch, Thomas 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Wood, Matthew 


23 


Meddybemps 


s 


do 




Babcock, Augustine 


21 


Cooper 


s 
s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Clark, Chas. L. 


21 


do 


Aug.27 





828 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company F, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

11 

2 

49 


1 

1 

17 








1 
3 






3 
13 

3 
69 


Total 


65 19 








4 






88 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st 1861. 



Present. 


Absent. 










On 


In 






On 






For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


SPECI 


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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 


< 

28 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


William N. Lvsett 


Captain. 


Pembroke 


May 1 




2 


John M. Lincoln 


28 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Simon Pottle, 2d 


21 


2d do 


Perry 


do 




1 


Theodore Lincoln, Jr. 


30 


Sergeant. 


Dennvsville 


May 1 




2 


Isaac C. Camiihell 


20 


do Pembroke 


do 




.3 Charles II. Bailey 


21 


do 


do 


do 




4 Wm. H. Lincoln 


21 


do 


Perry 


do 




5 


William Sheahan 


25 


do 


Dennysville 


Dec. 1 




1 


Edward W. Eve 


26 


Corporal. 


Pembroke 


Mav 1 




2 


James R. llavward 


26 


do Dennvsville 


Julv 15 




3 


Merrill jNIoore 


20 


do 


Perrv 


do 




4,Benia. K. .Tones 


19 


do 


Dennvsville 


do 




5 


Isaac K. Dudley 


22 


do 


Pembroke 


Dee. 13 





I 



APPENDIX D. 



329 



Return of Capt. Ralph W. Young, Company G, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861. to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in tlie Company since 
it entered the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of July, 1861. 

RALPH W. YOUNG, Captain. 



Names. 



commiss'd officers 
Ralph W. Young, 
Frank C. Poirce. 
Hiram B. Sproul. 

SERGEANTS. 

George W. Leighton, 
Alonzo L. Stevens. 
Lindroff.W. Smith, 
George H. Jacobs, 
John McGregor. 

CORPORALS. 

Sidney W. Tucker, 
Harrison Wallace, 
Edwin D. Boynton, 
Fonze G. Leighton, 
William Shaw, 
George W. Burnham, 
George H. Pevea, 
Frank Campbell. 
jinsiciANS. 
A. K. P. Moore, 
Josiah S. Day. 

WAGONER, 

Robert Bailey. 

PRIVATES. 

Anderson, Charles H. 

Andrews, Malcolm 

Bennett, Henry 

Bradish, John L. 

Berry, Richard 

Brian, Thomas 0. 

Bradeen, Gardiner B. 

Cleaves, Charles G. 

Connell, Thomas 0. 

Chase, Samuel C. 

Conners, Horatio B. 

Campbell, Peter 

Dyer, George A. 

Davis, William F. 

Dixon, Robert 

Dorr, Freeman 

Donnell, Michael 0. 

Ellis, Frank 

Frye, Charles 

Frye, John 

Fuller, Alfred 
Flynn, Patrick 
Griffin, John 
Gilman, Jacob 
Hunter, Mitchell 
Jacobs, Horace G. 
Kingsley, Paul 
Lacey, Francis J. 
Leighton, Benjamin F 
Leighton, Truman W. 



Residence. 



37 Rockland 



Augusta 
Cherryfield 

Columbia 
Steuben 

do 
Cherryfield 
Eastport 



25 Columbia 



Millbridge 
Harrington 
Columbia 
Cherryfield 

do 
Winsdor 
Cherryfield 

Steuben 
do 

Portland 



Mustr'd 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



M July 15 



Harrington 
do 
do 
Portland 

do 
Gardiner 
Hollis 
Steuben 
Cherryfield 
do 
do 
do 
Franklin 
Steuben 
Cherryfield 

do 
Portland 

do 
Machiasport 
do 

21 [Brunswick 
27 Boston 
24 Eastport 
23 

Cherryfield 

do 

Portland 

Windsor 

Steuben 

do 

22 



S 
S 

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s 
s 

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s 
s 
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s 
s 
s 

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M 

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do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Reduced to ranks. 



Discharged for disability. 

Discharged for disability. 
Promoted to Corporal. 



Deserted July 1 6. 
" " 20. 
" Aug 30. 



330 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company G, Sixth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



Leighton, Hannibal H. 
Leighton, Stephen S. 
Liiughlin. Lawrence O. 
Lynch, Charles 
Leighton, William 
Leighton, Frank G. 
Lobilen, Theodore 
McGuire, James 
Moore, Augustus P. 
McNamora, John 
McLaughlin, Michael 
McGregor, Charles W. 
McNulty, Edward 
McCardy, Geo. G. W. 
Marshall, William 
McCulloch, James 
McKinnon, Gilbert 
Maddan, Rufus 
Nash, Edmund N. 
O'llare, Michael 
Quigley, David 
Robinett, Joseph 
Small, Joseph 
Sinclair, George A. 
Small, Thomas J. 
Scott, Charles 
Stewart, John E. 
Sullivan, John 
Tabbats, Hilman L. 
Tabbats, David 
Tucker, Sidney M. 
Woods, Enoch H. 
Walker, William H. H, 
Wallace, Nelson C. 
Wilson, George I. G. 
Woods, Thomas 
Willey, Alonzo C. 
Weare, David L. 
Wheeler, Patrick 
Whalen, John T. 



. 


^s 


Vlustr 'd 




^ Residence. 


is 


into 


Remarks. 


< ; 


hz 


Lr.S.Ser. 




18 Columbia 


s . 


July 15 




18 do 


s 


do 




.35 Cherryfield 


s 


do 




19 do 


s 


do 




19 Steuben 


s 


do 




25 Columbia 


s 


do 




44 Portland 


s 


do 


Deceased Sept. 12. 


40 do 


M 


do 


Deserted July 16. 


20 Steuben 


s 


do 




18 Calais 


s 


do 




19 Providence 


s 


do 




19 Eastport 




do 




44 Calais 


M 


do 




26 Steuben 


M 


do 




19 Eastport 


S 


do 




44 Portland 


M 


do 


Deserted July 16. 


22 Portsmouth 


S 


do 




48 Cherryfield 


M 


do 




18 Harrington 


S 


do 




19 Portland 


s 


do 




19 Cherrvfield 


s 


do 




20 Portland 


s 


do 




18 Steuben 


s 


do 




21 Cherryfield 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


2.3 do 


s 


do 




38 Calais 


M 


do 




23 Columbia 


s 


do 




26 Ellsworth 


M 


do 




23 Addison 


S 


do 




21 do 


S 


do 




23 Cherryfield 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


24 do ' 


s 


do 




28 Deblois 


s 


do 




19 Millbridge 


s 


do 




25 Cherryfield 


s 


do 




27 Calais 


M 


do 




20 Cherryfield 


s 


do 




19 Goukisboro' 


s 


do 


Deceased Oct. 31. 


21 Portland 


s 


do 




28 do 


s 


do 


1 



APPENDIX D. 



331 



Recapitulation of Company G, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 

ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 








Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


terred. ^°'*'- 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
12 

3 
53 


1 
1 

5 






2 


5 


5 




3 
13 

3 
70 


Total 


70 i 7 






2 


5 


5 


89 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 
















On 


In 

Arrest. 






On. 




For Dutt. 




Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 




















Service. 








2 








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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 


& 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


l« 




< 






ment. 




1 


Ralph W. Young 


37 


Captain 


Rockland 


May 2 




2 


Frank C. Pierce 


20 


1st Lieut. 


Augusta 


July 1 1 




3 


Hiram B. Sproul 


21 


2d Lieut. 


Cherryfield 


May 2 




1 


George N. Leighton 


25 


Sergeant 


Columbia 


Mav 2 




2 


Alonzo G. Stevens 


20 


do 


Steuben 


do 




3 


Lindroff W. Smith 


23 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Geo. H. Jacobs 


18 


do 


do 


do 




5 


John McGregor 


42 


do 


do 


June 28 




1 


Sidney W. Tucker 


25 


Corporal 


Columbia 


May 2 




2 


Harrison Wallace 


20 


do 


Millbridge 


do 




3 


Edwin D. Bovnton 


20 


CO 


Harrington 


do 




4 


Fonze G Leighton 


28 


do 


Columbia 


do 




.5 


William Shaw 


23 


do 


Cherryfield 


June 25 




6 


George W. Burnham 


25 


do 


do 


do 




7 


George H. Pevea 


20 


do 


do 


do 




8 


Saml. C. Chase 


23 


do 


do 


Aug. 12 





•332 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. George Fuller, Company H, Sixth Eegiment Infantry, Maine Volun- 
teers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, together 
with a record of the changes that have taken ])lace in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of July, 1861. 

GEORGE "FULLER, Captain. 



~~* 


, 




oS 


Mustr 'd 




Names. 




Residence. 


,: tc 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




ii 


IT.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












George Fuller, 


23 


Corinth 


s 


July 15 


Sick at Corinth. 


Joseph G. Roberts, 


33 


do 


M 


do 




George Roberts. 


27 


Dexter 


M 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Alexander Stevens, 


37 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Benjamin F. Robinson, 


24 


Scbec 


M 


do 


Promoted to 1st Sergeant. 


Andrew J. Whittier, 


27 


Corinth 


M 


Aug.27 


2d 


Charles Fitzgerald, 


30 


De.xter 


M 


July 15 


3d 


William H. Coan. 


23 


do 


S 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Nathaniel G. Hatch, 


39 


Corinth 


M 


do 


Discharged tor disability. 


Aaron Frost 2d, 


28 


Corinna 


M 


do 


Promoted to 1st Corporal. 


Israel Hodsdon, 


22 


Corinth 


S 


do 


2d '' 


Elisha Eddy, Jr. 


27 


do 


S 


Aug 27 


3d 


James C. Huntington, 


37 


Atkinson 


M 


do 


Discharged for Disability. 


Al!)ert T. Severance, 


18 


Dexter 


S 


do 


Promoted to 4th Corporal. 


Hiram H. Bement, 


19 


do 


S 


do 


5th 


William H. Cal lender. 


21 


Boston 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 


MUSICIANS. 












Joseph F. Getcliell, 


40 


Bangor 


M 


July 15 


Promoted to Drum-Major. 


Charles F. Tibbets. 


20 


Corinth 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 












James Roswell. 


25 


Bangor 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


PRIVATES. 












Batis, Israel P. 


29 


Dexter 


M 


do 




Bradley, Charles W. 


19 


Corinth 


s 


do 




Bean, Sumner S. 


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 




Cummings, S6wall 


22 


Union 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Chapman, Ornviile 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 


23 


Corinth 


M 


do 




Frost, Gilman W. 


27 


St. Albans 


M 


do 




Foster, Eben W. 


26 


Lewiston 


S 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Gould, George T. 


19 


Dexter 


S 


do 




Gilbert, Josejjh D. 


24 


Parkman 


s 


do 




Herrick, William H. 


19 


Corinth 


s 


do 




Heald, Henry C. 


28 


do 


s 


do 




Hallam, John M. 


23 


Sebec 


s 


do 




Herrick, David B. 


19 


Corinth 


s 


do 




Holmes, Zenas 


25 


Parkman 


s 


do 


Deceased Oct. 15. 


Huntington, Hiram F. 


22 


Atkinson 


s 


do 




Hatch, George W. 


27 


Garland 


M 


do 




Hammond, Joseph S. 


18 


Park m an 


s 


do 




Lovell, Asa B. 


31 


Abbott 


s 


do 




Lilibey, Albert L. 


22 


Waterville 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Lancaster. Chester J. 


24 


Hudson 


s 


do 


Deceased Nov. 8. 


Lyford, Fifield 


20 


Garland 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



333 



Return of Company H, Sixth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



McDonald, Alfred 
Mitchell, James L. 
Mitchell, Charles B. 
M'Kiisick, Charles H. 
McCorrison, Jaraes 
Morton, Solomon J. 
McKenney, John H. 
Moore, William H. 
Marsh, James D. 
Merrill, Alonzo R. 
Merrill, Ferdinand W. 
Norton, Harrison T. 
Osgood, Calvin R. 
Osgood, Wesley 
Pettingill, John W. 
Paige, Erasmus E. 
Peabody, Lemuel 
Pettingill, William H. 
Roberts, Otis O. 
Roundy, Dennis S. 
Russell, Lorenzo 
Randall, Alden F. 
Randall, Charles O. 
Russell, John 
Randall, George W. 
Roundy, James H. 
Ray, Charles L. 
Shay, Thomas P. 
Senter, William H. H. 
Shepard, Charles T. 
Sampson, Milton R, 
Skinner, George F. 
Steward, Sylvanus B. 
Saftbrd, Hiram F. 
Strout, Stillman W. 
S trout, George D. 
Smith, Upton T. 
Tinker, William H. 
Tibbets, William 
Valentine, Lowell W. 
Whittier, Lendall H. 
Whittier, Charles A. 
Weaver, Charles S. 
Williams, John J. 
Webber, Ivory 
Weeks, Samuel 
Weeks, William 



, 




h • 


Mustr'd 


» 


Residence. 


i:'tc 


into 


< 




il 


U.S.Ser. 


29 


Charleston 


M 


July 15 


21 


Sangerville 


S 


do 


24 


Hudson 


S 


do 


18 


Park man 


s 


do 


24 


Kenduskeag 


s 


do 


21 


Providence,R. 


s 


do 


19 


Monson [I. 


s 


do 


.38 


Bangor 


M 


do 


38 


Ripley 


M 


do 


18 


Dexter 


s 


do 


19 


Williamsburg 


s 


do 


20 


Dexter 


s 


do 


27 


Garland 


s 


do 


20 


do 


s 


do 


22 


Corinna 


s 


do 


18 


Charleston 


s 


do 


26 


Dixmont 


s 


do 


22 


C. Elizabeth 


s 


do 


19 


Dexter 


s 


do 


35 


Bangor 




do 


22 


Dexter 


s 


do 


22 


Bangor 


s 


do 


31 


do 


s 


do 


18 


Dexter 


s 


do 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 


18 


do 


s 


do 


21 


Augusta 


s 


do 


20 


Ripley 


s 


do 


22 


Charleston 


s 


do 


22jSebec 


s 


do 


27 


Dexter 


s 


do 


26 


Casco 


s 


do 


26 


Monson 


s 


do 


20 


Dexter 


s 


do 


37 


Hudson 


s 


do 


43 


Corinth 


M 


do 


18 


Bangor 


s 


do 


21 


Trenton 


s 


do 


22 


Charleston 


s 


do 


20 


Harmony 


s 


do 


20 


Kenduskeag 


M 


do 


21 


Corinth 


s 


do 


27 


Parkman 


s 


do 


29 


Bangor 


s 


do 


44 


do 




do 


23 


Corinna 


s 


do 


25 


do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Promoted to Sergeant. 
Promoted to Corporal. 

Sick in camp. 
Promoted to Corporal. 



Discharged for disability. 



Promoted to corporal. 



Discharged for disability. 



334 • adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company H, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- De- 
charged, serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
11 

4 
57 


1 
2 
1 

8 






2 


3 

4 


1 


3 
17 

71 


Total 74 


12 






2 1 7 1 


1 


96 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 
















On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Di'TY. 


Sick. 




Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




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Present Organization of the Company. 



Names, 



George Fuller 
Joseph G. Roberts 
George Roberts 

Benjamin F. Robinson 
Andrew J. Whittier 
Charles Fitzgerald 
Solomon J. Morton 
William H. Coan 



1 Aaron Frost 

2 Israel Hodsdon 

3 Klisha Eddy, Jr. 

4 Albert T. Severance 

5 Hiram H. Bement 
6;Londall H. Whittier 
7 James D Marsh 

8; William H. Pettingill 









Date of 




be 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 

Appoint- 


Remarks. 


23 






ment. 




Captain 


Corinth 






33 


1st Lieut. 


do 






27 


2d Lieut. 


Dexter 






24 


Sergeant 


Sebec 


July 20 




27 


do 


Corinth 


do 




30 


do 


Dexter fl. 


do 


Recruiting. 


26 


do 


Providence R. 


do 




23 


do 


Dexter 


July 15 




28 


Corporal 


Corinna 


July 20 




22 


do 


Corinth 


do 




21 


do 


do 


do 




19 


do 


Dexter 


Nov. 14 




19 


do 


do 


do 




20 


do 


Kcnduskeag 


Sept. 1 




39 


do 


Dexter 


Aug. 29 




22 


do 


Cape Elizab'h 


Nov. 1 





APPENDIX D. 



335 



Return of Capt. Albert G. Burton, Company I, Sixth Repimcnt Infantr}', Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the mornino; 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 fifteenth day of July, 1861. 

W. H. STANCHFIELD, Captain. 



Names. 



Residence. 



MJMiistr'd 
«■! into 
%% U.S.Ser. 



commiss'd officers. 

Albert G. Burton, 45 Oldtowa 

Henry R. Soper, 46 do 

Wm. H. Stanchfield. 34 Milo 

SERGEANTS. 

Daniel W. Freeze, 
Zenas B. Putnam, 
Lycurgus Smith, 
James H. Norris, 
James S. Lane. 

CORPORALS. 

Amos P. McKenney, 
William Doe, 
James S. Knowlton, 
George H. Norton, 
Bradford Luf kin, 
Alvin B. Hudson, 
Calvin T. Livermore, 
Elias M. Ketch. 

MUSICIANS. 

Nathaniel R. Witham, 
John W. Davis. 

WAGONER. 

Joseph Doe. 

PRIVATES. 

Blackman, Joseph C. 
Barrett, Justus J. 
Benner, Payson 
Brown, Cyrus P. 
Brown, William H. 
Croxford, Aaron 
Chamberlain, Laur. G. 
Chamberlain, Henry H 
Clark, Edward P. 
Crosby, Eben 
Crosman, Lyman E. 
Clark, Clement M. 
Cilley, Alonzo 
Corneau, Desire 
Davis, Eliphalet N. 
Davis, Newman A. 
Davis, Daniel 
Eaton, John W. 
Emery, William 
Emery, Samuel, Jr., 
Elliot, Franklin J. 
Emerson, George 
Esterbrook, Joseph W, 
Frost, Mark 
Gilmore, Martin V. B. 
Gardiner, George 
Green, Nathan 
Graffam, Oliver 
Gould, Samuel 
Hinkley, Oscar E. W. 



I 
34 Orono 
29 Oldtowa 
22' do 

21 Milford 
26 Old town 

22 Lincoln 
44' Milford 

21 Liberty 
2r01dtown 

22 Anoka, Min. 

37 Bangor 

22 Sebec 
28 Lincoln 

! 

38 Bangor 
18!Portland 

42 MilforS 

25'Oldtown 
291 do 
igjWaldoboro' 
21 Newport 

21 i Milo 
22iNewburg 

19 Presque Isle 
22'Presque Isle 

23 Houlton 
25 1 do 

25 Oldtown 
27 Bangor 

24 do 

20 Oldtown 
34J do 
24!Veazie 
38 Oldtown 
34J do 
46, Lagrange 

22 Veazie 
18 Sebec 

26 Greenbush 

21 Bangor 
41 Medford 
21 Turner 
21 Sebec 
45 Lee 
45 Oldtown 

23 Linneus 
18 Oldtown 



July 15 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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. 

Promoted to Captain. 

Promoted to 2d Lieutenant. 

Sick at home. 

Promoted to 1st Sergeant. 



Kemarks. 



Discharged for disability. 



Sick in camp. 



Promoted to Sergeant. 



Sick in camp. 



Discharged for disability. 



836 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company /, Sixth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Harris, Hczekiah B. 
Holbrook, Jesse 
House, George W. 
Hall, Thomas L. 
Harris, Hezekiah F. 
Hupfhes, Charles A. 
Hatch, John B. 
Hullowell, Daniel 
JefFerds, Rufus 
Jenness, "Walter B. 
Jenness, Mark C. 
Johnson, Charles W. 
Keith, David B. 
Knapp, Owen 
Kennedy, Alden 
Keith. Joseph L. 
Keen, "William A. 
Lisherness, Benj. C. 
Lyon, Sylvester F. 
Longley, Asa 
Libbey. Augustus 
Lane, James A. 
Leard, Edmund 
Miles, Andrew J. 
McCallam, Thomas 
McCrystle, Patrick 
Merrick, David C. 
Mack, Washington R. 
Mooney, John 
Powell, Isaac 
Pratt, Isaac 
Riggs, Joseph W, 

Randall, Nath'l P. 

Smith, Thomas P. 

Stinson, Leander C. 

Sturdevant, Thos. B. 

Sleeper, George W. 

Sibley, William T. 

Staples, Samuel 

Stevens, Samuel F. 

Scribner, Isaiah B. 

Soper, James B. 

Spencer, Green C. 

Templeton, Thomas 

Turner, Joseph O. 

AVhite, William J. 

Waterbury, Isaac R. 

Whitney, David C. 

Webster, William W. 







5 =^ 


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6 


Residence. 


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into 


Remarks. 




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7,'-E 


C.S.Ser 






44 


Dldtown 


M Julyl5| 






31 


Sebeo 


S 


do 






24 


Lee 


s 


do 






21 


Lincoln 


s 


do 






26 


Oldtowa 


s 


do 






23 


do 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




24 Mariaville | 


s 


do 






21 


Windsor 


s 


do 






18 


Foxcroft 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




21 


Hermon 


s 


do 






18 


Passadumk'g 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




31 


Oldtown 


M 


do 






44 


do 


M 


do 






22 


N. Portland 


s 


do 






26 


Greenbusli 


M 


do 






22 


Oldtown 


S 


do 






23 


Chester 


s 


do 






32 


Oldtowa 


s 


do 






21 


Lincoln 


s 


do 






46 


Medford 


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. 




27 


Houlton 


S 


do 


Discharged for disability. 




28 


Oldtown 


M 


do 


Transferred to Penn. Cay 


airy. 


21 


do 


S 


do 






23 


Milford 


S 


do 






22 


"Vassalboro' 


s 


do 






45 


Oldtown 


M 


do 






26 


do 


S 


do 






33 


Dexter 


M 


do 






25 


Haverill, Ms. 


S 


do 






21 


Oldtown 


S 


do 






21 


Newburg 


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 in camp. 




27 


Bangor 


s 


do 






35 


Howland 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 




19 


Lincoln 


s 


do 






20 


do 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 





APPENDIX D. 337 

Recapitulation of Company I, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



' 


Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 2 
Non-Com. Officers 12 
Musicians & Wagoner 2 
Privates 65 


1 
10 








1 

1 
3 




1 


3 
13 

3 
79 


Total 81 


11 1 






5 


1 


98 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Prese 


NT. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 








On 






For Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 

DUTV. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 








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— 










Date of 




o 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


!z; 




< 






ment. 




1 


William H. Stanchfield 


34 


Captain 


Milo 


Oct. 11 




2 


Henry R. Soper 


46 


1st Lieut. Oldtown 


May 4 




3 


Daniel W. Freeze 


34 


2d Lieut. 


Orono 


Oct 11 




1 


Lycurgus Smith 


22 


Serg^eant 


Oldtown 


Oct. 1 1 




2 


Zenas B. Putnam 


29 


do 


do 


July 14 


Absent on furlough. 


3 


Eben Crosby 


25 


do 


Houlton 


Oct. 11 




4 


James H. Norris 


21 


do 


Milford 


July 14 




5 


James S. Lane 


26 


do 


Oldtown 


'do 




1 


Amos P. McKenney 


22 


Corporal 


Lincoln 


July 14 




2j William Doe 


44 


do 


Milford 


do 




3 James S. Knowlton 


21 


do 


Liberty 


do 




4 George H. Norton 


21 


do 


Oldtown 


do 




5 Bradford Luf kin 


22 


do 


Anoka. Min. 


do 




6 Alvin B Hudson 


37 


do 


Bangor 


do 




7 Calvin T. Livcrmore 


22 


do ;Sebec 


do 




8 


Elias M. Ketch 


28 


do 


Lincoln 


do 





338 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Theodore Carey, Company K, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing- its condition on (he 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 fifteenth day of July, 1861. 

THEODORE CAREY, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

Theodore Carey, 
Thomas P. Roach, 
Charles Day. 

SERGEANTS. 

John B. Waid, 
George H. Patterson, 
Charles T. Withercll, 
Thatcher Vose, 
Samuel H. Wheeler. 

CORPORALS. 

George W. Corbett, 
Francis E. Sabine, 
Robert H. Gibson, 
Harrison Huckings, 
Joseph Whelpley, 
Levi Flood, 
Thomas N. Kerr, 
James Hutchison. 

MUSICIANS. 

Stephen Canfield, 
Frederic Tucker. 

WAGONER. 

William D.. Clark. 

PRIVATES. 

Anderson, George 
Apt, Daniel, Jr., 
Allan, Nathaniel S. 
Andrews, Daniel 
Archer, George A. 
Allen, William H. 
Bates, William H. H. 
Brown, George 
Bryan, John O. 
Burke, Peter 
Brooks, Thomas 
Bagley, Daniel W. 
Chester, Peter 
Clark, Cyrene M. 
Cross, John H. 
Council, John 
Cunningham, Allen 
Coffin, Albert P. 
Dirigee, James H. 
Demott, Joseph H. 
Dijgan, Patrick 
Dunn, George S. 
Davy, Edmund 
Drew, Calef W. 
Daus, Frederic 
Dyer, George W. 
Foster, Alonzo 
Frost, Benjamin 
Gray, John A. 
Hinkley, Jacob S. 



Sd Residence. 



48jEastport 
26 do 
42 do 

28 do 

29 do 
23 [ do 
22;Robbinston 
18 Eastport 



iMnstr'd 

ir.to 
i U.S.Ser. 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Alexander 
26 Robbinston 
22 Eastport 



24 



N. Y. City 
Eastport 

Alexander 



Eastport 

do 
Marion 
Eastport 

do 

26 Brunswick 
25 Eastport [I 

22 Centerville,R 
29, Halifax, N. S 
21 Prov. R. I. 

19 Lubec 

18 E. Machias 
21 Robbinston 
44 Bridge water, 

20 Alexander[Ct 

19 Halifax, N. S. 
19 Edmonds 

23 Lubec 
19 Calais 
42 Eastport 
19 do 
18 do 

28 Charlotte 
18 Whitneyville 

27 Monkton,NB. 

24 Brunswick 
I23 Marion 
|24 Alexander 

28 Eastport 
32 1 do 



July 15 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



Sick in camp. 



Deserted, Oct. 10. 
Discharged for disability. 



Discharged for disability. 
Discharged for disability. 





APPENDIX D. 


66\f 


Return of Company K, Sixth Regiment, ( Continued.} 


-■ 


u ^ 


Mnstr'd 




Names. ^ 


1 Residence. 


u Ml 


into 


Remarks. 


<! 




S 


LT.S.Ser. 
July 15 




Hinton, William H 


) Robbinston 




Hammond, Charles 24 


t Eastport 


s 


do 




Hayman, Madison B. li 


J]Robbinston 


S 


do 




Hanniman, Emile 2( 


) Eastport 


s 


do 




Jones, Thomas 2- 


t Alexander 


s 


do 




Johnson, Frank E. 1 


3 Robbinston 


s 


do 




Kimball, Lorenzo S. 2( 


3 i Eastport 


s 


do 




McAllister, George 2 


3 1 Robbinston 


s 


do 




McHance, William 3 


i Eastport 


M 


do 




McDonald, Peter 2 


3 Fictou, N. S. 


s 


do 




McGoren, John 1 


S Saco 


s 


do 




McGril, Thomas 3 


5 Machias 


M 


do 




Mulholland, Samuel 2 


4 Perry 


s 


do 




Mangum, Hugh 2 


3 Eastport 


s 


do 




Meyer, Henri 3 


5 Monkton,NB. 


s 


do 




Nelson, Charles 2 


1 Bolton, Eng. 


s 


do 




O'Brien, William 1 


8 Lubec 


s 


do 




Potter, Andrew J. 3 


7 Eastport 


M 


do 




Potter, Robert R. P. 2 


2 do 


s 


do 




Potter, Fergus 1 


8 do 


s 


do 




Parker, Robert F. 2 


2 do 


s 


do 




Perkins, Martin 2 


Alexander 


s 


do 




Pike, Jeremiah K. 3 


5 Portland 


M 


do 




Renshaw, John W. 2 


6 Eastport 


s 


do 




Rice, Stephen, Jr., 2 


Robbinston 


s 


do 




Roberts, Josiah 2 


3 Northfield 


s 


do 




Rutherford, Samuel 2 


1 do 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Riley, George 1 


9 Halifax, N. S. 


s 


do 




Short, Edward J. 2 


2 Eastport 


s 


do 




Smith, Cyrus N. 2 


8 Charlotte 


s 


do 




Smith, Samuel L. 2 


1 do 


s 


do 




Seeley, George W. 2 


I Edmonds 


M 


do 


* 


Swett, Gilman A. 1 


9 Eastport 


s 


do 




Seeley, Solomon W. 1 


9 Edmonds 


s 


do 




Sharkey, Thomas 1 


8 Eastport 


s 


do 




Sadler, Thomas 3 


Alexander 


M 


do 




Stinson, William S 


4 Portland 


s 


do 




Stiles, Charles 1 


8 do 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Thompson, Hugh - 


1 Eastport 


s 


do 




Ure, Allen •; 


4 Calais 


s 


do 




White, Chas. i 


Boston 


s 


do 




Welch, Richard i 


>4 Portland 


s 


do 




Coad, Joseph I 


54 Eastport 


M 


Aug.28 


Sick at Washington. 


Warton, William ] 


8 Buffalo, N. y 


s 


1 do 


' 



340 . adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company K, Sixth Regiment Infantry, llaine Volimteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


rio 


n:- 


de- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 




» 


Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased. ■ charged. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
13 

3 
67 


1 








6 


1 




3 

13 

3 

74 


Total 


85 


1 






6 


1 1 


93 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 


















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Date of 




1 


Names. 


6 

be 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 

2 
3 


Theodore Carey- 
Thomas P. Roach 
Charles Day 


48 
26 
42 


Captain 
1st Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 


Eastport 
do 
do 


May 7 
do 
do 


Sick at Philadelpliia 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 














1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 















APPENDIX D. 

SEVENTH REGIMENT. 



341 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers of Seventh Reejimeiit Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 
showing changes which have taken place by promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since 
entering service of the United States. 



Names. 



Edwin C. Masou 

Thomas H. Marshall 
Seidell Connor 
Thomas W. Hyde 
Elijah D. Johnson 
John K. Russell 
Thomas C. Barker 
r. M. Eveleth 
James A. Varney 
Andrew W. Fuller 
Chas. B. Whittemore 
Franklin Glazier 
Albert L. Frye 
Alonzo Guinam 
Geo. M. Bodge 



Rank. 



Colonel 

Colonel 

Lieut. -Colonel 

Major 

Adjutant 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Asst. -Surgeon 

Chaplain 

Sergt. -Major 

Q'rm'r.-Sergt 

Com'y-Sergt. 

Hosp. Steward 

Drum-Major 

Fife -Major 



Residence !Date of Appoint- 
KesiQence. ^^^^^^ 



Remarks. 



Portland 



Aug. 22, 186l!Resig'd Aug. 31, 1861 
Re-app'd Nov. 5, " 
Deceased at ]3alti- 
[more, Oct. 25, 1861 



Belfast Sept. 5, 1861 

Fairfield Aug. 22, 1861 

Bath Aug. 22, 1861 

Lewiston Aug. 26, 1861 

Skowhegan Aug. 26, 1861 

Bangor lAug. 21, 1861 

Presque Isle Aug. 21, 1861 

China Sept. 6, 1861 

Winslow 

Augusta 

Hallowell 

Lewiston 

Houlton 

Naples 



Resigned. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 




Emery D. Ingraham 
H P. Fairfield 
Calvin M. Fisher 
Thomas Gill 
Daniel Mayers 
Wm. O. Brien 
Wm. W. Plummer 
Richard M. Porter 
D. W. Potter 
Wm. C. Bobbins 
Lewis Schoppe 
John B. Trull 
Wm. H. Webber 
Jahez Eveleth 
Marcus M. Small 



Leader Bath 

Musician Vassalboro' 

do Williamsburg 
do do 

do Bath 

do Williamsburg 

do Springfield 

do Williamsburg 

do iBath 

do Bath 

do Bath 

do Bath 

do Georgetown 

do Portland 

do E. Livermore 



Aug. 22, 1861 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Aug. 21, 1861 Transferred from Co. G. 

do Transferred from Co. K. 



342 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Beturn of Capt. John W. Freeze, Company A, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 twentv-first day of August, 1861. 

JOHN W. FREEZE, Captain. 









ci 


Mustr'd 






Names. 


i 


Residence. 


5cc 


into 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




COMMIss'd officers. 










John W. Freeze, 


27 


Houlton 


S 


Aug.21 






Timothy Swan, 


23 


do 


M 


do 






Joseph G. Butler. 


23 


Presque Isle 


S 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 




SERGEANTS. 














Enoch H. Phalon, 


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 Lindsey. 


21 


Littleton 


s 


do 






CORPORALS. 














James McGinley, 


20 


Houlton 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 




Chas. N. Nelson, 


25 


Bridgewater 


M 


do 






Edward C. Snell, 


22 


Houlton 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




Watson Hunnewell, 


21 


Woodstock 


s 


do 






Almon L. Fogg, 


22 


Washburn 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 




Sherman S. RacklifF. 


21 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






James Syphers, 


22 


do 


s 


do 






Hadley Fairfield. 


21 


Patten 


s 


do 






MUSICIANS. 














Wm. Hudson, 


29 


Houlton 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




Thomas Wills. 


22 


do 


s 


do 






WAGONER. 














Albert Bessey. 


33 


do 


s 


do 






PRiyATES. 










. 




Allen, Orville 


21 


No. 5, R. 6. 


s 


do 


Died at Washington Nov. 


10. 


Allen, D. Daniel 


20 


Montville 


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 


s 


do 






Bragdon, Eben. L. 


21 


Fort Fairfield 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Conners, George W. 


27 


Littleton 


s 


do 






Dunham, Wm. H. 


19 


Monticello 


s 


do 






Dillman, Jeremiah 


21 


Richmond 


s 


do 






Ellis, George 


21 


Lyndon 


s 


do 






Foss, P. Joseph 


22 


West Town 


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 


Promoted to Sergeant-Major. 


Gammon, Wm. H. 


21 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Haskell, James L. 


23 


Weston 


s 


do 






Haskell, George W. 


19 


do 


s 


do 






Haines, B. Roger 


21 


Frederickton 


s 


do 


Fifer. 




Hinds, Hiram K. 


21 


Bridgewater 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Hunter, Benj. F. 


22 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 


do 




Huntley, Abiel D. 


24 


Morrill PI. 


8 


do 


do 




Jackson, John H. 


22 


Ox Bow 


s 




Deserted. 




Jackson, W. Randall 


21 


Bridgewater 


s 


do 






Jameson, James 


21 


Alliion 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Johnson, Capen W. 


21 


Robbinston 


s 


do 






Keating, Richard 


21 


Houlton 


s 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



343 



Return of Company A, Seventh Regiment, (^Continued.') 



Knowlen, Wm. H. 
Kimball, Richard H. 
Kimball, Samuel Q. 
Kimball, Andrew 
Kimball, Wm. S. 
Kelley, Wm. P. 
Lee, John 

Langfield, E. William 
McLaughlin, Amos K. 
McKenzie, Norman 
Lewn, James 
Merritt, Augustus 
Marshall, Melville 
Mullen, John 
Noyes, Charles H. 
Nelson, Allen 
Phalon, John A. 
Parsons, B. Luther 
Parsons, John W. 
Palmer, Uriah F. 
Powers, B. Thos. 
Palmer, Moses, Jr., 
Plunkett, John 
Royall, Russell 
Richardson, William 
Richardson, David S. 
Roncon, John 
Sawin, Sanford M. 
Shields, John 
Smith, William L. 
Smith, Wm. L. 
Syphers, Albion 
Sullivan, James 
Thibadore, Albert 
Tyrrell, C Ira 
Vance, Robert 
Williams, James D. 
White, L. George 
Wolhampter, H. Chas. 
Wood, Joseph 
Polan, Michael 
Forrest, Michael 
Norris, Richard 
Ruggles, Joseph 



Residence. 



Mustr'd 
into 

U.S.Ser. 



Masardis 

Linneus 

Patten 

do 
Fremont 
Weston 
Limerick 
Houlton 
Edmonds 
Houlton 

do 
Lyndon 
Linneus 
Houlton 
Patten 
Bridgewater 
Houlton 
Lyndon 
E as ton 
Patten 

do 

Fort Fairfield 
Benedicta 
Patten 
Weston 
Greenburg 
Dexter 
Caraboo 
Linneus 
Milo 
Houlton 

do 

do 
Fort Kent 
Linneus 
Lyndon 
Houlton 
Fort Kent 
Monticello 
Meddybemps 
Houlton 

do 
Fort Fairfield 
Weston 






Aug.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. 24 

Aug.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. 



344 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company A, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 


»* 




Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 2 
Non-Com. Officers j 13 
Musicians & Wagoner 3 
Privates 55 


1 
15 






3 




1 




3 
13 

3 
74 


Total 73 16 






3 




1 1 


93 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















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Sick. 


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Date of 




6 


Names. 


Si 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


^5 




< 






ment. 




1 


John W. Freeze 


28 


Captain 


Houlton 


June 3 




2 


Timothy Swan 


24 1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Joseph G. Eutler 


24 2d Lieut. 


Presque Isle 


do 




1 


Almon L. Fo<x<; 


22 Sergeant 


Washburn 


Aug. 21 




2 


Enoch H. riialon 


23 do 


Houlton 


June 3 




3 


Winfield Scott Cook 


19 do 


Presque Isle 


dp 




4 


James I^indsev 


21 do 


Littleton 


do 




5 


James McGinley 


20 do 


Houlton 


Aug. 31 


• 


1 


Charles N. Nelson 


25 1 Corporal 


Bridfjewater 


Aug. 31 




2 Watson Hnnncwell 


21 


do 


Woodstock 


do 




3l.James Svphers 


22 


do 


Presque Isle 


do 


Recruiting. 


4l Sherman S. RackliflF 


21 


do 


do 


do 




5!HarlIev Fairfield 


21 


do 


Patten 


Aug. 10 




6| William r. Kelly 


25 


do 


Wc'^ton 


Aug. 31 




7!Au<:u-itns Merritt 


20 


do 


Lvndon 


do 




8 


Samuel Q. Kimball 

1 


21 


do 


Patten 


Oct. 31 





APPENDIX D. 



m 



Return of Capt. James P. Jones, Company B, Sevsnth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes tiiat have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the twentv-tirst day of August, 1861. 

JAMES P. JONES, Captain. 









o_q; 


Mustr'd 


' 


Names, 


UD 


Residence. 


C eo 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




il 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












James P. Jones, 


26 


China 


M 


Aug.21 




William L. Haskell, 


25 Poland 


M 


do 


Recruiting. 


Eli H. Webber, 


29 


China 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












George L. Corliss, 


28 


Yarmouth 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. D. 


Horace P. Pike, 


18 


Augusta 


s 


do 


Discharged. 


James S. Fernald, 


27 


Damariscotta 


M 


do 


Died at Baltimore. 


Richard Look, 


44 


Bath 


M 


do 


Discharged. 


John C. McKenney. 


29 


Phipsburg 


M 


do 


Acting Orderly Sergeant. | 


CORPORALS. 












Joseph M. Penney, 


25 


Waterville 


S 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Lemuel C. Small, 


26 


Brunswick 


s 


do 


" " 


L. K Plummer, 


18 


Jefferson 


s 


do 


<l u 


Calvin F. Parker, 


26 


Norridgewock 


s 


do 


a u 


Andrew Bisbee, 


24 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


William R. Crosby, 


SO'Phipsburg 


M 


do 




C. C. Skilliugs. 


22 


Dead River 


S 


do 


Died at Baltimore, Nov. 1. 


MUSICIANS. 












Charles C. Roberts, 


21 


Brunswick 


s 


do 




Sumner R. Tarbox. 


16 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 












Seward Merrill. 


32 


W. Gardiner 


M 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Austin, Charles F. 


21 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




Allen, Eben F. 


34 


Bath 


s 


do 




Barbeaux, Charles J. 


37 


Skowhegan 


M 


do 




Blacklock, James S. 


40 


Bath 


M 


do 




Buzzell, Daniel W. 


21 


Vassalboro' 


S 


do 




Bragg, Lorenzo 


19 


Skowhpgan 


S 


do 


Died at Baltimore, Oct. 23. 


Chase, Josiah 


46 Phipsburg 


M 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 


Clark, Timothy 


20 Boothliay 


M 


do 




Clookie, Lewis 


20 Skowhegan 


S 


do 




Conner, Levi 


24 


Pittston 


S 


do 




Crawford, John E. 


18 


Warren 


s 


do 




Crawford, Thomas 


18|Bath 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Daggett, James G. 


1 9 Embdcn 


s 


do 


Died at Washington, Nov. 15. 


Duniap, Martin 


35 Brunswick 


M 


do 




Elders, John C. 


22 Belfast 


M 


do 




Ellis, Hiram 


22 Rangely 


s 


do 




Fales, Nelson S. 


23 Thomaston 


s 


do 




French, George H. 


18|,Somerville 


s 


do 




Gilbert, Van T. 


21 Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




Grant, Addison 


18 Frankfort 


s 


do 




Gray, George 


18 Windsor 


s 


do 




Hall David B. 


19 Camden 


s 


do 




Hatch, H. M. 


27 Lewiston 


s 


do 




Hawes, Charles B. 


20 Union 


s 


do 




Hoar, N. B. 


20 Rangely 


s 


do 


** 


Hon. rook, W. H. 


20 Embden 


s 


do 




Hutchinson, J. F. 


17 Manchester 


s 


do 




Kem|iton, J. W. 


19| Rangely 


s 


do 




Kimball, George 


20 Bath 


s 


do 




Kittredge, Frank 


18|Norridgewock 


s 


do 




Kniglit, A. J. 


20| 


Jefferson | 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 



23 



346 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company B, Seventh Reg-iment, ( Continued.^ 







o| 


Mustr 'd 




tc 


Residencet 




into 


Remarks. 


< 




Sic 


U.S.Ser. 




22 


Jefferson 


s 


Aug.21 




23 


Skowhegan 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability 


26 


do 


s 


do 




19 


do 


s 


do 




19 


Cornville 


s 


do 




18 


Readfield 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


18 


Augusta 


s 


do 




18|Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




15 


Brunswick 


s 


do 




18 


Madison 
Augusta 


s 
s 


do 


Died at camp, Dec. 3. 


19 


Detroit 


8 


do 




23 


Pownal 


s 


do 




20 


Skowhegan 


s 


do 




27 


Batli 


M 


do 




19 


Skowhegan 


s 


do 




46 


Hallowell 


M 


do 




21 


Vassalboro' 


S 


do 




20 


Bath 


s 


do 




26 


Dallas 


s 


do 




21 


Augusta 


s 


do 




27 


Hallowell 


M 


do 




50 


do 


M 


do 




33 


Bath 


M 






18 


do 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


19 


China 


S 


do 




19 


Bingham 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


21 


Bath 


S 


do 




18 


Pownal 


S 


do 




22 


Bath 


s 


do 




34 


Madison 


S 


do 




19 


Gardiner 


s 


do 




43 


N. Anson 


s 


do 




22 


Pittston 


s 


do 




19 


Flagstaff 


s 


do 




19 


Highland 


s 


do 




19 


Norridgewock 


s 


do 




22 


do 


s 


do 




29 


Skowhegan 


M 


do 




18 


Augusta 


s 


do 




18 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




24 


Windsor 


s 


Aug.22 


Promoted to Corporal. 


35 


Bath 


S i 






28 


Lisbon 


M' 






35 


Phipsburg 


M 


Sept. 




19 


Augusta 


s , 


Oct. 1 





Lane, Joseph W. 
Linnell, Henry H. 
Liimell, John 
Littlefield. George H. 
Lowell, Thomas 
Lyons, George 
Mahoney, John 
Merrow, Timothy 
Moody, James 
Moore, H. A. 
Murphy, Jeremiah 
Nichols, Alphonzo 
Noves, David 
Parker, William B. 
Pepper, Joseph 
Pierce, Stephen 
Reed, Reuben 
Richards, F. S. 
Robinson, William A. 
Rogers, Thomas 
Rouse, Ambrose 
Sawtelle, Thomas 
Simmons, Spooner 
Simmons, Stephen 
Skolfield, John 
Small, Charles M. 
Stewart, George 
Taylor, George E. 
Timmins, Grossman 
Thoits, C. R. 
Tobey, E. M. 
Varnum, D. P. 
Wakefield, A. B. 
Waterman, John 
Wease, C. L. C. 
Webber, William H. 
Welch, Hialmer M. 
Wills, Lsaac T. 
Withee, Charles E. 
Withee, Xanthus 
York, William H. 
Sullivan, James 
Rowe, W. J. 
Reed, Harrison 
Perkins, William H. 
Galusha, Thomas A. 
Hamilton, Silas 
Gage, Samuel H. 



APPENDIX D. 347 

Recapitulation of Gompany B,Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 








Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased, charged, serted. 

! ! 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Trivates 


3 

9 

3 

55 


3 
13 






5 






4 


3 

12 

3 

77 


Total 


70 


16 






5 




4 


95 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 

Arrest. 








On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sice. 


Special 
Service. 




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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




o 


Names. 


tU) 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


«5 




< 






ment. 




1 


James P. Jones 


26 


Captain 


China 


Aug. 8 




2 


William L. Haskell 


25 


1st Lieut. 


Poland 


do 


Recruiting. 


3 


Eli H. Webber 




2d Lieut 


China 






1 


John C. McKenney 


29 


Sergeant 


Phipsburg 


Nov. 9 




2 


Joseph M. Penny 


25 


do , 


Waterville 


Sept. 10 




3 


Lemuel C. Small 


25 


do 


Brunswick 


Sept. 23 




4 


Lincoln K. Plummer 


18 


do 


Jefferson 


Nov. 9 




5 


Calvin F. Parker 


25 


do 


Norridgewock 


Dec. 4 




1 


Andrew Bisbee 


25 


Corporal 


Norridgewock 


Aug. 8 




2 


William R. Crosby 


30 


do 


Phipsburg 


do 




3 


George E. Taylor 


19 


do 


Bingham 


Sept. 1 




4 


Thomas Crawford 


19 


do 


Bath 


Sept. 10 




5 


Harrison Reed 


22 


do 


Windsor 


Sept. 23 




6 


Charles M. Small 


19 


do 


Bath 


do 





348 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Keturn of Capt. Charles D. Gilmore, Company C, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether witii a record of the changes tlia: have taken place in the Comijany since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the twenty-first dav of August, 1861. 

CHARLES D. GILMORE, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

Charles J). Gilmore, 
John A. Bachelder, 
Albert P. Titcomb. 

SERGE.\NTS. 

Andrew M. Benson, 
Charles Lowell, 
Frank B. Holden, 
Eli McLaughlin, 
John F. Toliiu. 

CORPORALS. 

Warren A. McFlieters, 
Jose])h Laing, 
Ira F. Stinchtield, 
David H. Barker, 
George B. McKenney, 
Albion A. Messer, 
Saufurd Bruce, 
Alien L. Harmon. 

MUSICIANS. 

William A. Taylor, 
S. T. Stewart. 

WAGONER. 

William Kennedy. 

PRIVATES. 

Annis, Morrill 
Either, Major W. 
Balf, Stephen 
Betters, Felix 
Bragg, George E. 
Cressey, David B. 
Carney, James 
Curtis, Albert T. 
Doble, Roscoe 
DoUoff, James 
Dougherty, Thomas 
Dougherty, Charles H. 
Flemming, John 
Farnham, Charles M. 
Fish, Thomas 
Grover, George H. 
Gates, Albert F. 
Gates, Augustine 
Gray, Warren 
Hatch, Andrew J. 
Holmes, Jacol) 
Harris, William W. 
Haynes, Luther 
Hayne-!. Ashliurv F. 
Hull, Oliver 
Hanscomli, John 
Jordan, Edwin 
Kin>cll. George 
Libbey, Thomas S. 
Lombard, Orrin 





go 


\IustrM 




gj Residence. 




into 


Remarks. 


< ; 


II 


J.S.Ser. 




40 Bangor 


M 


Aug.21 




37 Oldtown 


M 


do 




24 Lincoln 


S 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


26 Oldtown 


S 


do 




26 do 


s 


do 




24 Bangor 


s 


do 




21 Oldtown 


s 


do 




21 Lincoln 


s 


do 




24 Lowell [keag 


s 


do 




53 Passadum- 


M 


do 




21 Lincoln 


s 


do 




21 Mariaville 


s 


do 




22 Enfield 


s 


do 


'^ 


21 do 


s 


do 




22 Lincoln 


s 


do 




22 Winn 


s 


do 




26 Burlington 


s 


do 




16 Oldtown 


s 


do 




27 do 


M 


do 




26 Oldtown 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 


21 Linneus 


s 


do 




30 Lincoln 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


41 Oldtown 


s 


do 




22 Dixinont 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


20 Winn 


s 


do 




38 Oldtown 


s 


do 




20 Enfield 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


19 Lincoln [keag 


s 


do 




.51 Passadum- 


M 




Discharged for Disability. 


26 Oldtown 


s 


do 




37 do 


M 


do 




1 8 Lincoln 


S 


do 




26 Kdinburg 


s 


do 




26 Oldtown 


s 


do 




18 Drew PI. 


s 


do 




22 Burlington 


s 


do 


Died at Baltimore, November 7. 


20 Lincoln 


s 


do 




32 Enfield 


M 


do 




31 Lincoln 


s 


do 




25 Swiinville 


s 


do 




23 Oldtown 


s 


do 




20 Passadum- 


s 


do 




18 do [keag 


s 


do 




27 Oldtown 


s 


do 




48 Milford 


M 


do 




23 Bradley 


s 


do 




19 Oldiown 


s 


do 




42 Lincoln 


M 


do 




20 do 


s 


do 


Died at Camp, November 30. 



APPENDIX D. 



349 



Return of Company O, Seventh Regiment, (^Contiyiued.^ 



Names. 



Lyon, Johnston 
Lindsay, John M. 
Lizott, Octavus 
Lyon, Joseph 
Leonard, Milan 
Mitchell, Benj. W. 
McKenney, A. J. 
McMullen, Duncan 
McKay, Moses W. 
Moreau, Joseph 
Nash, Royall 
Neddo, Joseph 
O'Brien, Frank 
Potter, Benjamin S. 
Pond, James, Jr. 
Patten, Alonzo 
Palmer, Moses 
Pel key, Edward 
Palmeton, Shepherd 
Reynolds, Edward 
Rowe, Madison C. 
Rines, George W. 
Roberts, Myron B. 

Sibley, Selden K. 

Sawyer, Arander 

Shorey, James 

Smith, Edwin 

Stickncy, William C 

Thomas, James N. 

Weymouth, Jacob 

Warren, Osman 

White, Henry C. 

Lairy, Francis 

Sibley, Stilson E. 

GuUifer, Calvin 

Ring, Warren T. 

Felix, Edward 

Colbuth, Wm. H. 

Collins, Davis 

Hanscomb, Frank O. 

Lancaster, W. S. N. 

Turner, Luther I. 

True, Alvin E. 

Turner, Adrian E. 

Towle, James 



Residence. 



Lincoln 
do 

Old town 

Lincoln 

Plant. No. 

Oldtown 
ISJEnfield 
24, Burlington 



41 



Oldtown 



do [keag 
Passadum- 
Oldtown 
Mattawara- 
Lincoln [keay 
Woodville Pi 
Oldtown 
Carroll 

30; Oldtown 

28| do 

28|Winn 

22 {Old town 

20 1 do 

19 Lincoln 

21 Burlington 



Oldtown 

Milford 

Newburg 
21 ; Springfield 
27 j Lee 
25 1 Oldtown 
37 (Lincoln 
ISjLowell [keag 
18 Passadum- 
24 1 No. 1 Plant 
23 Oldtown 
19| do 

34! do [tis 

18'Mattamiscon 
241 Calais 
23 Milo 
21 [Max field 
18 Lincoln 



do 

do 

Enfield 



Aug.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 



Remarks. 



Sick at Camp. 

Sick at Camp. 
Sick in Hospital. 



Deserted, October 12. 



Died in Quarters, November 17. 



I Aug.21 



Sick at Camp. 



Died at Baltimore. 



350 adjutant-genekal's report. 

Recapitulation of Company C, Seventh Regiment Infantry, 3Iaine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 




no Troiio 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


charged, serted. ferred. 

1 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Offieers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

13 

3 

60 


9 






4 


1 


1 


3 
13 

3 
75 


Total 1 79 


9 






4 


1 


1 


94 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




1 












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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




1 


Names. 


< 

40 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


Charles D. Gilmore 


Captain Bangor 


Aug. 17 




2 


John A. Bachelder 


37 


1st Lieut. Oldtown 


Aug. 21 




3 


A. P. Titcomb 


24 


2d Lieut i Lincoln 


do 




1 


Andrew M. Renson 


26 


Sergeant 


Oldtown 


Aug. 20 




2 


Charles Lowell 


26 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Frank B. Holden 


24 


do 


Bangor 


do 




4 


Eli McLaughlin 


27 


do 


Oldtown 


do 




5 


John F. Tobin 


21 


do 


Lincoln 


do 




1 


Warren A. McPheters 


24 


Corporal 


Lowell 


Aug. 20 




2 


Joseph Liiing 


53 


do 


Passadum- 


do 




3 


Ira F. Stinchfield 


22 


do 


Lincoln [keag 


do 




4 


David H. Barker 


21 


do 


Mariavillc 


do 




.5 


George B McKenney 


21 


do 


Enfield 


do 




6 


Alvin A. Messer 


22 


do 


do 


do 




7 


Sanford Bruce 


21 


do 


Lincoln 


do 




8 


Allen L. Harmon 


22 


do 


Winn 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



351 



Return of Capt. Thomas W. Hyde, Company D, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have Uxken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the twenty-first day of August, 1861. 

HIRAM A. DALTON, Captain. 



> 


1 


OS 


Mustr'd 


■ "-"■' "-"-'"•""'^ ■ —^ 


Names. 


Sd 


Residence. 


Sc 


into 


Kemarks. 








|k 


U.S.Ser. 




COMmiss'd officers. 










Thomas W. Hyde, 


21 Bath 


s 


Aug.22 


Promoted to Major. 


Henry S. Hagar, 


22 Richmond 


s 


do 


" " Adjutant. 


George E. Morse. 


22 Bath 


s 


do 




SERGEANTS. 










George W. Annable, 


24 Augusta 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp, of lame ancle. 


James Smith, 


39 Eastport 


s 


do 


Reduced to Ranks. 


George McLellan, 


23 Bath 


s 


do 


" " 


John Simons. 


42 Philadelphia 


M 


do 


t( c< 


MUSICIANS. 










William A. Brown, 


Brunswick 


S 


do 




C. K. Hersey. 


45 Webster 




do 


Sick at Camp. 


WAGONER. 










J. Norton, Jr. 


35 Portland 


s, 


do 




PRIVATES. 










Arno, Veranus M. 


28 Wales 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Babb, Joseph Edwin 


22iW. Gardiner 


s 


do 




Bachelder, Amos J. 


19[ do 


s 


do 




Bennett, Charles 


25 Bath 


s 


do 




Bickford, Kendall 


42 PittstoQ 


M 


do 




Bowring, Horace C. 


26 Bath 


M 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


Bragg, Henry A. 


24 do 


s 


do 


u " 


Call, Joseph F. 


21 Richmond 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Davis, William 0. 


21 W. Gardiner 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Douglass, George B. 


21 Gardiner 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


Doughty, Charles 


46 Durham 


s 


do 




Dunbrack, William H. 


22 Halifax, N. S. 


s 


do 




Eaton, George L. 


46 Brunswick 


M 


do 




Edgerly, Richard 


21 i Bath 


s 


do 




Farmer, William 


25 East Boston 


s 


do 


Deserted. 


Flanders, Benjamin F. 


21 Gardiner 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


Fox Thomas 


33 Portland 


M 


do 


" " 


Gay, Benjamin F. 


24 Bath 


s 


do 


Reduced from Corporal. 


Goodwin, Charles A. 


24 Dresden 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Green, Edward K. 


28 Saco 


s 


do 




Hinckley, Alonzo 


25 Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




Hodson, William B. 


26 Brunswick 


s 


do 




Hunter, Charles C. 


29 Topsham 


s 


do 




Jaquith, Orison D. 


25 Gardiner 


s 


do 




Jones, Calvin 


19 Washington 


s 


do 




Lee, John 


24 Lewiston 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


McCutchen, John 


18 Bath 


s 


do 




McKinney, L. D. 


23 W. Gardiner 


s 


do 




McNeills, Thomas 


33 Portland 


s 


do 




Merrill, John W. 


25 Bath 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Middleton, John 


23 Moose River, 


s 


do 


Deserted. 


Mitchell, Benjamin F. 


18 Bath [Canada 


s 


do 




Moore, Charles H. 


18 do 


s 


do 




Oliver, Levi C. 


37 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


Page, Dexter W. 


28 


W. Gardiner 


s 


do 




Pepper, George 


21 


Bath 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


Piper, George W. 


18 


Hallowell 


s 


do 




Pinkham, John H. 


18 


Boothbav 


s 


do 




Pomeroy, Fernando C. 


18 


Solon 


s 


do 




Price, Charles W. 


18 


Richmond 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 



352 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Return of Company D, Seventh Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



Richardson, Thomas A, 

Ross, Horace 
Sisk, Edward 
Small, William H. H. 
Stevens, Jason K. 
Levett, Charles H. 
Svlvester, Austin W. 
Tyrrell, William D. 
Williams, Aaron 
Coombs, Thomas A. 
Kennison, Henry C. 
Dunninnj, Horace 
Packard, Thomas A. 
Monte, Charles 
Lombard, Thomas H. 
Ayer, Caleb R. 
Adams, Edwin P. 
Dorman, George H. 
Header, George 
Meader, Joseph 
Maxwell, George M. 
Pease, Shepard 
Corliss, George L. 
Powers, John 





gcJ 


Mustr'd 


Residence. 


,; bn 


into 




S 


U.S.Ser. 
Aug.22 


Pittston 


Bowdoinham 


S 


do 1 


Martinburg, 


S 


do ! 


Bowdoin[N.Y 


s 


do 


Waterville 


M 


do 


Richmond 


s 


do 


Watertbrd 


s 


do 


Liniieus 


s 


do 


Bowdoinham 


s 


do ! 


Bath 


s 


do 


Belgrade 


s 


do 


Brunswick 


s 


do 


Readfield 


s 


do 


Portland 


M 


do 


Litchfield 


s 


do 


Portland 


M 


Sept. 7 


Newfield 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Litchfield 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


do 


s 


do 


Monmouth 


M 


do 


Yarmouth 


s 
s 


Aug.22 

! 



Remarks. 



Reduced from CorporaL 



Deserted. 

Promoted to Corporal. 

Promoted to Sergeant. 

! 

Promoted to Corporal. 

Sick at Camp. 



Promoted to Sergeant. 



Transferred to Company B. 



APPENDIX D. 



353 



Recapitulation of Company D,Seventh Regiment Infantry^ Maine Volunteers. 





Present &; Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
cliarged. 


De- 
serted. 

3 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers | 3 
Non-Com. Officers 4 
Musicians & Wagoner 2 
Privates 64 


1 








1 


3 

4 

2 

69 


Total 73 i 1 






1 


3 




78 







Condensed Morning Report, 


December 1st, 1861. 










Present. 


Absent. 












On i T.. 






On 








For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Doty. 


Arrest. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




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— 




— 






Date of 




d 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


S5 




< 






ment. 




1 

2 
S 


Hiram A. Dalton 


38 


Captain 


Readfield 


Aug. 21 




George E. Morse 


22 


2d Lieut. 


Bath 


Aug. 19 




1 


George W. Annable 


20 


Sergeant 


Augusta 


Aug. 20 




2 


Ciiarles A. Goodwin 


24 


do 


Dresden 


Sept. 1 




3 


William D. Tvrrell 


23 


do 


Linneus 


do 




4 


William 0. Davis 


21 


do 


W. Gardiner 


Oct. 1 




5 


Caleb R. Ayer 


18 


do 


Portland 


do 




1 


John W. Merrill 


25 


Corporal 


Bath 


Oct. 1 




2 


George L. Eaton 


46 


do 


Brunswick 


Aug. 20 




3 


Austin W. Svlvester 


19 


do 


Watcrford 


Oct. 23 




4 


William 11. H. Small 


20 


do 


Bowdoin 


Sept. 1 




5 


Veranus M. Arno 


28 


do 


Wales 


Oct. 1 




6 


Joseph F. Call 


21 


do 


Kichmond 


do 




7 


Thomas A. Coombs 


19 


do 


Bath 


do 




8 


Joseph E. Babb 


22 


do 


W. Gardiner 


Oct. 8 





854 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. John W. Channinj2:, Company E, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on tlie 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 twentv-first dav of August, 1861. 
LiEDT. ALBERT A. NICKERSON, Commanding. 







1 


c C 


Mustr'd 


• 


Names. 


§i 


Resideice. j 


'-"'§- 


into 


Remarks. 




< 


'/ 


siZ 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












John W. Channing, 


32 


Fairfield 


M 


Aug.21 


Promoted to Captain. 


Albert A. Nickerson. 


21 


do 


S 


do 


" 1st Lieutenant. 


SERGEANTS. 












Augustus F. Emery, 


33 


do 


S 


do 


Promoted to 2d Lieutenant. 


Charles W. Smiley, 


23 


Sidney 


s 


do 


" 1st Sergeant. 


Charles M Loan, 


22 


Athens 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


George E. Ford. 


21 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Martin Drew, 












Isaac P. Avery, 


32 


Unity 


M 


do 




Samuel R. Tuttle, 


18 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




James S. Nye, 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Thomas F. Davis, 


18 


Pittsfield 


s 


do 


Died at Washington, Nov. 28. 


Edwin A. Emery, 


27 


Fairfield 


M 


do 




Alvin S. Hall, 


21 


Clinton 


s 


do 




David Seavey. 


40 


Waterville 


M 


do 




MnsiciAN. 












Chandler Reynolds. 


37 


Benton 


M 


do 




"WAGONER. 












James H. Jacobs. 


20 


Fairfield 


S 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Allen, Ansel C. 


27 


NoiTidgewock 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Bradbury, Edwin 


22 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Burnham, Richard D. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Batchelder, Abram 


19 


Haiti and 


s 


do 




Broad, Augustus 


25 


Unity 


s 


do 




Bacon, James K. 


18 


Waterville 


s 


do 




Burrill, NexviU S. 






s 


do 




Bacon, George 




do 


s 


do 




Chadwick, Levi W. 


24 


Newburg 


s 


do 




Crockett, Allison 


21 


Abbott 


s 


do 




Cole, George 


22 


Oldtown 


s 


do 




Drew, Ephraim 


18 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Conner, James S. 


22 


do 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant.. 


Chapman, Asa 




Mercer 


s 


do 




Doble, Alvah B. 


20 


Etna 


s 


do 




Emery, Josiali B. 


18 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Ford, .James B. 


28 


do 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


Geyrough, George 


21 


Waterville 


s 


do 




Henabry, Thomas 


20 


Palmyra 


s 


do 




Hammond, Elias H. 


3.5 


Pittsfield 


s 


do 




Home, Thomas E. 


26 


Vassal) )oro' 


s 


do 




Hubbard, William H. 


22 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Hunter, William 


27 


Clinton 


s 


do 




Knowles, Charles 


19 


Troy 


s 


do 




Luce, Benjamin F. 


18 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Lawrence, Henry 


29 


do 


s 


do 




Messer, Orrin R. 


23 




s 


do 




Messer, John N. 


19 


Waterville 


s 


do 




Moore, Robert H. 


20 


Dixmont 


s 


do 




Myriclc, Edward 


21 


Troy 


s 


do 




Mack, Samuel 


17 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Pollard, Hiram S. 


21 


Win slow 


s 


do 




Prebble, Rufus 


18 


do 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



355 



Return of Company E, Seventh Regiment, (^Continued.) 









CO 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


&£ 


Residence. 


st 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




ss 


U.S.Ser. 




Booler, Gott 


33 


Waterville 


s 


Aug.21 




Kidlon, John W. 


22 


Albion 


s 


do 




Eeynolds, H. A. P. 


19 


Burnham 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Stevens, Addison N. 


21 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Scribner, Josiah S. 


23 


Unity 


s 


do 


Died at Baltimore. 


Seribner, Daniel M. 


27 


do 


s 


do 




Tilton, George E. 


21 


Troy 


s 


do 




Williams, Joseph F. 


18 


N. Anson 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Young, Samuel 


25 


Lexington 


s 


do 




Cole, Richard 


22 


Burnham 


8 


do 




Webster, Samuel B. 


18 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Greenlicf, Perry 


21 




s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Tibbetts, Alonzo 


21 


Athens 


s 


do 




Allen, Isaiah 


22 


Lincolu 


s 


Sept.29 





356 



adjutant-general's report. 



Recapitulation of Company E. Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 




Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased. 


charged, serted. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

8 

3 

31 


5 
10 






2 


1 




1 


3 
13 

3 
45 


Total 


45 


15 






2 


1 


1 


64 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 



For DuTr. 



8 34 44 



4 8 12 



On 

Special 
Duty. 



In 
Arrest. 



S = 

5 1 



Absent. 



o ^ c- 



1 2 



On 

Special 
Service. 



460 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 
IS 


Names. 


6 
< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


John W. Channing 


32 


Captain 


Fairfield 


Aug. 21 




2 Albert A. Nickerson 


21 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Augustus F. Emery 


33 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


C. W. Smiley 


23 


Sergeant 


Sidney 


Aug. 21 




2 Perry Greenlief 


21 


do 




do 




3 Charles M. Loan 


22 


do 


Fairfield 


do 




4 George E. Pord 


21 


do 


do 


do 




5 


James S. Conner 


22 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Martin Drew- 


23 


Corporal 


Fairfield 


Aug. 28 




2 Isaac P. Avery 


32 


do 


Unitv 


do 




3 Samuel R. Tattle 


18 


do 


Fairfield 


do 




4 James S. Nye 


19 


do 


do 


do 




5 Joseph F. Williams 


18 


do 


N. Anson 


do 




6 Edwin A. Emery 


27 


do 


Fairfield 


do 




7 Alvin S. Hall 


21 


do 


Clinton 


do 




8 


David Seavey 


40 


do 


Waterville 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



357 



Return of Capt. William M. Cushman, Company F, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteer?, 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 tlie twenty-tirst day of August, 1861. 

WILLIAM M. CUSHMAN, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

William M. Cushman, 
James M. Andrews, 
Joseph E. Walker. 

SERGEANTS. 

Charles Rounds, 
Andrew J. Forbes, 
John F. Doe, 
William F. Harris, 
Flavel Goodwin. 

CORPORALS. 

John B. Foote, 
Ehen True, 
Harry Campbell, 
Isaac Blaisdell, 
Simeon Knight, 
Charles Hard, 
John J. Cook, 
James Goold. 

MUSICIANS. 

George W. Bodge, 
Benjamin E. Burgess. 

WAGONER. 

William Barrows. 

PRIVATES. 

Ayer, Andrew S. 
Brown, William G. 
Berry, Richard 
Burroughs, Albert H. 
Burns, Eldward 
Bacon, William 
Bushy, Oliver 
Coolidge, Roscoe 
Coolbroth, George F. 
Conaut, Lorenzo 
Crooker, Silas 
Crooker. Almon L. 
Doody, John H. 
Emerson, George N. 
Fenderson, Eben 
F.arrin, William H. 
Foster, James E. 
Goodwin, Flavel H. 
Grant, Samuel 
Green, Thomas 
Gardner, Albert H. 
Hatch, Ivory 
Hughes, John 
Hardy, Sidney D. 
Kenni^on, Horace 
Mitchell, Harvey 
Mitchell, R. G. 
Mahoney, Dennis 
Merrill, Asa 
Mack, Martin 





5.2 


Mustr'd 




£ Residence. 




into 


Remarks. 


< ; 


M 


U.S.Ser. 




37 Portland 


Aug.21 




Biddcford 


M 


do 


Resigned. 


23 Portland 


S 


do 


On furlough. 


25 do 


S 


do 




28 Westbrook 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


21 S. Berwick 


s 


do 




3.T Westbrook 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


21 S. Berwick 


s 


do 




34 Westbrook 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


23 Biddeford 


M 


do 


" Corporal. 


2.5 Rome 


M 


do 




27 Portland 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


18 Dover 




do 




25 Biddeford 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


36 Lyman 


s 


do 


" " 


21 Naples 


s 


do 




19 Biddeford 


s 


do 




1 9 Minot 


s 


do 




19 Mexico 


s 


do 




20 Dixfield 


s 


do 




;i2 Portland 


M 


do 




19 Bucktield 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


18 Boston, Mass. 


s 


do 


Discharged. 


18^ Portland 


s 


do 




21 Biddeford 


M 


do 




2o'Dixtield 


s 


do 




26 Portland 


M 


do 




22 Mexico 


S 


do 




23 Minot 


M 


do 




29 Minot 








21 Portland 


S 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


18 Kennebunk 




do 


Transferred to Co. G. 


37 Calais 


M 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


18 Portland 


S 


do 




19 do 


S 


do 




25 S. Berwick 


s 


do 




23 Westbrook 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


19 Wells 


s 


do 




21 do 


s 


do 


" Corporal. 


21 do 


s 


do 




30 Biddeford 








18 Naples 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


18 Conwav.N.H 


s 


do 




18 Biddeford 


s 


do 




25 Bucktield 


M 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


38 Boston 


M 


do 




24 Saco 


s 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


18 Biddeford 


s 


do 





358 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company F, Seventh Regiment, ( Continued.') 









o --■ 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


a 


Residence. 


'^'5 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




Sr^ 


U.!«:.Ser. 




Norton, John 


18 


Biddeford 


s 


Aug.21 




Nugent, James 


24 


Portland 


s 


do 




Spollman, Jeremiah 


38 


do 


M 


do 




Sullivan, Daniel 


35 


do 






Deserted. 


Stevens, Alfred A. 


23 


Westbrook 


S 


do 


Promoted to Sergeunt. 


Tuck, Samuel H. 


22 


Parsonsfield 


s 


do 




Underwood, John M. 


31 


Saco 


s 


do 




Verrill, George W. 


28 


Minot 


M 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Wyman, Joseph 


32 


Berwick 


M 


do 


Sick at Camp. 


Douglass, William 


18 


Portland 


S 


do 




Holbrook, John H. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Sanders, George G. 


24 


Minot 


s 


do 




Cameron, Joseph 


28 


Hallowell 


M 


do 




Brown, Charles 


23 


Portland 


M 


do 




Dillingham, Latimus 


53 


Biddeford 


M 


do 




Webb, George D. 


26 


Westbrook 


M 


do 




Stevens, George L. 


27 


do 








Lord, Henry I. 


22 


Biddeford 


M 


Sep. 24 




Conway, John M. 


22 


Bangor 


S 


Oct. 17 


Died at Camp. 


Verrill, Mark A. 


18 


Minot 


s 


Aug.27 


Sick at Camp. 



APPENDIX D. 359 

Recapitulation of Company F, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 








T»»«„ 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased, charged. 


serted. ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


1 
11 

3 
33 


1 
2 

7 








1 
1 






3 
13 

3 
41 


Total 


48 


10 


1 




2 


i 


60 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861, 



Present. 



For Duty. 



1 13 33:47 



On 
Special 
Duty. 



Arrest. 



1 59 



Absent. 



Sice. 



i 9 s 



On 

Special 
Service. 



1 60 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




i 


Names. 


< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 

2 
3 


William M. Cushman 


37 


Captain 


Portland 


Aug. 8 




Joseph E. Walker 


23 


2d Lieut. 


Portland 


Aug. 8 


1 


1 


Charles Rounds 


25 


Sergeant 


Portland 


Aug. 28 




2 


Alfred A. Stevens 


23 


do 


Westbrook 


do 




3 


.John F. Doe 


21 


do 


S. Berwick 


do 




4 


Eben True 


34 


do 


Westbrook 


do 




5 


Flavel Goodwin 


25 


do 


S. Berwick 


do 




1 


John B. Foote 


21 


Corporal 


S. Berwick 


Aug. 28 




2 


Harry Campbell 


23 


do 


Biddeford 


do 




3 


R. G. Mitchell 


25 


do 


Dover 


do 




4 


Isaac Blaisdell 


25 


do 


Rome 


do 




5 


Albert H. Burroughs 


19 


do 


Buckfield 


do 




6 


Sidney D. Hardy 


18 


do 


Naples 


do 




7 


Albert H. Gardner 


21 


do 


Wells 


do 




8 


George W. Verrill 


28 


do 


Minot 


do 





360 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Charles H. Gilman, Company G, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its conilition 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 twentv-first dav of August, 1861. 

CHARLES H. GILMAN, Captain. 



Names. 



commiss'd officers. 
Charles H. Gilman, 
George B. Knight, 
Simeon Walter. 

SERGEANTS. 

George McGinley, 
Thomas P. Beals, 
John E. Procter, 
J. L. Waterhouse, 
Lewis L. Thurston. 

CORPORALS. 

H. Motley, 
H. H. Cushraan, 
J. T. FoUett, 
R. N. Fields, 
James Clapp, 
Alphonzo Dalloff, 
Henry Eveleth. 

MUSICIAN. 

Jabez Eveleth. 

WAGONERS. 

J. F. Scillins, 
Albert Osgood. 

PRIVATES. 

Armstrong, J. H. 
Adams, David 
Adams, William 
Begg, John R. 
Bragdon, D. L. 
Brackctt, George W. 
Blake, S. R. 
Cobb, J. H. 
Cobb, Levi B. 
Drake, Phares S. 
Decker, AUiert S. 
Emons, George 
Fields, Eben 
Graff am, J. F. 
Gulliver, Franklin 
Graffam, Joseph A. 
Goddard, J. H. 
Gower, J. W. 
Hodskins, S. F. 
Hooper, L. P. 
Hanscom, Stephen 
Huntlev, S. C. 
Hunt, G. F. 
Hart, John 
Hatch, WD. 
Jackson, R. H. 
Jones, C. W. 
Johnston, James 
Knights, W. P. 
Lacas, C. J. 
Lent, James 







t- • 


AInstr'd 




u 


Residence. 


^Tc 


into 


Remarks. 


■< 




a 


U.S.Ser 




36 


Portland 


M 


Aug.21 




39 


do 


M 


do 






C. Elizabeth 


M 


do 




24 


Portland 


S 


do 




28 


do 


S 


do 




35 


do 


s 


do 




36 


C. Elizabeth 


s 


do 




22 


Portland 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. F. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




23 


do 


s 


do 




19 


do 


s 


do 




24 


Freeport 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


24 


Portland 


s 


do 




25 


Rumford 


s 


do 


Deserted. 


31 


Portland 


s 


do 


Died at Baltimore. 


35 


do 


s 


do 


Transferred to Band. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




24 


No.3, Range 5 








23 


Portland 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


25 


Westbrook 


M 


do 




28 


Portland 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




21 


do 


s 


do 


Promoted. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




27 


do 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


44 


Westbrook 


M 


do 




19 


do 


s 


Sep. 24 




28 


Portland 


s 


Aug.21 




22 


Boothbay 


s 


do 




19 


Kennebunk 


8 


Sep. 30 




23 


Windham 


S 


do 


, 


23 


Westbrook 


S 


do 




23 


do 


M 


do 




22 


Windham 


S 


Aug.21 


Sick at camp. 


22 


Portland 








41 


Canaan 


M 


do 


In arrest at Baltimore. 


18 


Paris 


S 


do 




19 


Portland 


s 


do 




18 


Stan dish 


s 


do 




30 


Windsor 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


24 


Westbrook 


s 


do 




25 


Portland 


s 


do 




34 


0. Elizabeth 


M 


Nov.] 1 




22 


Naples 


M 


Aug.21 




24 


Yarmouth 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


19 


Liverpool, En. 


M 


do 




18 


Windham 


M 


do 




21 


Gorliain 


M 


do 




19 


Richmond 


M 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



361 



Return of Company G, Seventh Regiment, (Continued.} 







u • 


Musir'd 




Names. 


a 


Residence. 


c"^ 


into 


Bemarks. 




<_ 




Si» 


U.S.Ser. 




Lee, John T. 


21 


C. Elizabeth 


M 


Nov. 11 




Messer, Alvin 


19 


Portland 


M 


Aug. 21 


Sick at camp. 


Melody, Thomas 


27 


do 


M 


do 




Moore, J. H. 


21 


Lyman 


M 


do 




Murray, Wellington 


19 


Manchester 


M 


do 


Deserted. 


Matthews, A. L. 


19 Windham 


M 


do 




Nason, William P. 


18 


Westbrook 


S 


do 




Stevens, C. B. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Spencer, 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. Elizabeth 


s 


Nov 11 




Smith, John W. 


•25 


Boston 


M 


Sep. 24 




Trundy, William T. 


34 


Portland 


M 


Aug.21 




Watts, A. J. 


18 


N. Gloucester 


S 


do 


Sick at Washington. J 


Waterhouse, C. H. 


31 


C. Elizabeth 


M 


do 




Waterhouse, G. J. 


18 


Scarboro' 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Cobb, Edward 


19! Yarmouth 


S 


do 




Trundy, C. A. 


23 Westbrook 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 


AVithav, A. C. 


21 


Portland 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Cox, J. M. 


22 


Cherryfield 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Bounds, Edward 


17 


Portland 








Maxwell, William 


26 


do 








Lewis, A. B. 


35 


do 


M 


Aug. 


Sick at camp. 


Chase, A. K. 


19 


do 


S 


do 




Lunt, James 


30 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Emerson, George 


IC 


Kennebunk 


s 


do 


" " 



24 



362 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company G, Seventh Regiment Infantry , 3Iaine Volunteers. 





Present &. Absent 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

3 
35 


15 




1 


1 


1 


2 


5 


3 
13 

3 
60 


Total 


54 


15 1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


5 


79 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 
Arrest. 






On 






Sick. 






Sick. 


Special 












DUTV. 






Service. 








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Present Organization of the Company 














Date of 




i 


Names. 


< 

30 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


C. H. Oilman 


Ca|jtain 


Portland 


May 18 




2 


George B. Knij^ht 


37 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Simeon Walton 


29 


2d Lieut. 


do 






1 


George McGinlcy 


24 


Sergeant 


Portland 


Aug. 21 




2 


Thomas P. Bcals 


28 


do 


do 


do 




3 


John E. Procter 


35 


do 


do 


do 




4 


John L. Waterhouse 


36 


do |C. Eli/.abeth 


do 




5 


R. N. Field 


24 


do 


Freeport 


Oct. 17 




1 


n H. Cushman 


23 


Corporal 


Boston 


Aug. 21 




2 


J. T. Follet 


19 


do 


Portland 


do 




3 


J. M. Clapp 


24 


do 


do 


do 




4 


J. H. Armstrong 


23 


do 


do 


do 




5 


William Adams 


28 


do 


do 


do 




f) 


D. L. liragdon 


21 


do 


do 


Oct. 17 




/ 


G. H. Waterhouse 


31 


do 


C Elizabeth 


do 




8 


R. II. Jackson 


22 


do 


Naples 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



36S 



Return of Capt. Edward H. Cass, Company H, Seventh Eeoimcnt Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on tiie morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the clianges that have taken place in tlie Company since 
it entered the service of the United States, on the twentyfirst day of Au<;ust, 1861. 

EDWARD H. CASS, Captain. 





— 




5.2; 


Muslr'd 




Names. 


<b 


Residence. 


3 P 1 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




Zw 


U.S.Ser. 




COMmiss'd officers. 










Edward H. Cass, 


26 


Bangor 


M 


Aug.21 




Thomas S. Cates, 


48 


do 


M 


do 




Henry C. Snow. 


25 


Hampden 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Samuel S. Mann, 


36 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Reduced to Third Sergeant. 


Henry A Cole, 


24 


Beverly 


S 


do 




William Crosbv, 


18 


Bangor 


S 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


Luther C. Fairfield, 


39 


do 


M 


do 




Charles E. Robinson. 


23 


do 








CORPORALS. 












George H. Buker, 


21 


Bangor 


S. 


do 




William H. Pitcher, 


31 


do 


M 


do 




William E. Larrabee, 


24 


Hampden 


S 


do 




Charles W. Pierce, 


18 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Franklin Whittier, 


48 


do 


M 




Transferred. 


George H. Billings, 


20 


Monroe 


s 


do 




David Thompson, 


26 


Bradley 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Martin V. B. Hutchings. 


25 


Brewer 


M 


do 




WAGONER. 












B. F. Bicknell. 


21 




S 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Bartlelt, Jesse 


25 


Orono 


S 


do 




Blake, Jesse S. 


21 


Holden 


s 


do 




Burgess, William P. 


42 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Brigham, Ciiarles L. 


■20 


Amherst 


s 


do 




Barker, Josiah A. 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Bartlett, Ephraim K. 


24 


(Jrono 


s 


do 




Carmnay, John F. 


18 


Aroos. No. 2 


s 


do 




Clifford,' John 


36 


Horcliester 


s 


do 




Chapman, William E. 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Condon, Franklin 


18 


Dixmont 


s 


do 


Transferred. 


Condon, Asa B. 


21 


Orland 


s 


do 




Cates, Benjamin 


23 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Condon, Sumner H. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Conlen, Edward 


37 


Worcester 


s 


do 


Prisoner at Fort McHenry. 


Davis, Richard 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Dutton, Foljom 


19 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




Eddv, Charles H. 


18 


Clifton 


s 


do 




Floyd, Daniel 


43 


Hampden 


M 


do 


Deserted. 


Fairbanks, Franklin 


26 


Union 


S 


do 




Gilgar, Walter 


35 


Kddington 


S 


do 




Giles, Henry 0. 


30 


Veazie 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Garett, Charles 


20 


Bluchill 


M 


do 




Garey, John M. 


23 


(jarland 


s 


do 


/ 


Grover, Luke 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Garland. Edward F. 


37 


Wirislow 


s 


do 


, 


Hasev, James H. 


35 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Hodduns. G. W. 


18 


Stetson 


s 


do 




H irdy, W. B. 


19 


Abbott 


s 


do 




Hanscom, Jediah 


19 


Orono 


s 


do 




Irving, Elisha 


2 -J 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Ishaiii, John 


27 


Uaiigor 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


James, Joseph 


4.^ 


Bucksport 


M 


do 




Jackson, Augustus P. 


27 


1 China 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 



364 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company H, Seventh Pk^egiment^ (^Continued.') 









o^ 


Miistr'd 




Names. 


4 


Residence. 


C tt- 


into 


Bemarks. 






Sec 


U.S.Ser. 




Knowlton, David M. 


24 


Levant 


s 


AHg.21 




Kelly, Elbridge G. 


2-1 


Newburg 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Kcnney, John 


26 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Linnell, Ira 


51 


Dexter 


M 


do 




Mitchell, Joseph L. 


18 


Frycburg 


s 


do 




Mann, Benjamin F. 


26 


Providence 


s 


do 




Norris, Reuel W. 


21 


Bradley 


s 


do 




Pollard, Llewellyn 


33 


Hampden 


M 


do 




Pike, Chandler 


19 


Springfield 


s 


do 




Pottle, William M. 


26 


Fremont PI. 


M 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Perkins, Daniel D. 


18 


Bradley 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Ponieroy, Newell 


23 


Hermon 


s 


do 




Pratt, Amenius V. 


25 


Molunkus 


s 


do 




Eowe, Orlando J. 


18 


Eddington 


s 


do 




Stetson, George A. 


19 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Small, Edward E. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Smith, Josiah 


23 


Garland 


s 


do 




Smith, John T. 


27 


do 


s 


do 




Smith, Colly 


19 


Bradley 


s 


do 




Staples, Greenlief B. 


18 


Glenburn 


s 


do 




Snow, Charles 


20 


Hampden 


s 


do 




Smart, George F. 


20 


Searsport 


s 


do 




Townsend, Alfred 


18 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Trask, John P. 


20 


Levant 


s 


do 




Whitmore, Augustus 0. 


30 


Orono 


s 


do 




Worstcr, Reuel D. 


18 


Hermon 


s 


do 


Promoted to Musician. 


Webber, Ira 


48 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Worster, Daniel M. 


25 


Glenburn 


M 


do 




Warren, Henry 


21 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


Worster, Charles S. 


19 


Glenburn 


M 


do 




Young, Franklin 


26 


Exeter 


M 


do 




Robinson, George H. 


25 


Benton 


M 


do 




Webster, Adelbert B. 


18 


Bucksport 


s 


do 




Leeman, Hubbard C. 


21 


Dexter 


M 


do 




Debec, Elisha C. 


18 


Clifton 


S 


do 




Stinson, Warren B. 


27 


Albion 


M 


do 




Fairbanks, George H. 


25 


Union 


S 


Nov. 4 




Lessor, George 


26 


Orono 


S 


Sep. 10 





APPENDIX D. 365 

Recapitulation of Company H^Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased, 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for „. . 
Duty. ^"='^- 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 1 

2 
61 6 




1 






1 


1 
1 


3 
14 

2 
70 


Total 


78 1 7 




1 


1 


1 


2 


89 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 












.On 


In 

AUREST. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 






















£ 








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86 



Present Organization of the Company. 



— 




— 






Date of 




6 


Names. 




Rank. 


Hesidence. 


Rank or 

Appoint- 


Remarks. 


A 




< 






ment. 




1 


Edward H. Cass 


26 Captain 


Bangor 


Aug. 7 




2 


Thomas S. Cates 


48 1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Henry C. Snow 


24 2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Henry Warren 


21 Sergeant 


Bangor 


Oct. 1 




2 


Henry A. Cole 


24; do 


Beverly 


Aug. 7 




3 


Samuel S. Mnnn 


36 do 


Bangor 


Oct. 1 




4 


Luther C. Fairheld 


39 


do 


do 


Aug. 7 




5 


Charles E. Robinson 


23 


do 


do 


do 




1 


George H. Bnker 


21 


Corporal 


Bangor 


Aug. 7 




2 


William H. Pitcher 


21 


do 


do 


do 




3 


William E. Larrabee 


24 


do 


Hampden 


do 




4 


Cliarles W. Pierce 


18 


do 


Bangor 


do 




5 


Georsre H Billinp-s. 


20 


do 


Monroe 


do 




6| David Thompson 


26 


do 


Bradley 


do 




7lMartin V. B. Hutchinfrs 


2.5 


do 


Brewer 


do 




8 


William M. Pottle 


26 


do 


Fremont PI. 


do 





366 



ADJDTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Eetnrn of Capt. Henry Rolfe, Company I, Seventh Ecgimcnt Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on tlie morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken pUice in the Company since 
it entered the service of the United States, on the twenty-first day of August, 1861. 

HENRY IIULFE, Captain. 





. 




0.2 


Miistr'd 






Names. 


< 


Residence. 




into 
U.S.gier. 


Remarks. 




COMMISS'j> OFFICERS. 












Henry liolfe. 


43 


JVIaysville 


M 


Aug.21 


Sick at camp. 




Austin Hovev, 




Presque Isle 


M 


do 


" " 




Ciias. H. Hasey. 




Houlton 


S 


do 






SERGEANTS. 














Henrv F. Hill, 


22 


Presque Isle 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 




F. B." Reed, 


27 


do 


M 


do 


a it 




Hiratn Church, 


34 


do J 


M 


do 


(C 11 




John E. Bailey. 


21 


do 


S 


do 






CORPORALS. 














Henry H. Cook, 


21 


do 


S 


do 






F. M". Oilman, 


23 


No. 11 


s 


do 


Died at "Washington. 




H. M. Eaton, 


37 


Lubec 


s 


do 






Thomas B. Rose, 


29 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Carrill Neal, 


25 


Portage Lake 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




W. F. Delaite, 


24 


Littleton 


s 


do 


K fc. 




Jonas G. Five, 


42 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 


' 




C. R. Haskell 


22 


Weston 


s 


do 


a ic 




MUSICI.VXS. 














Israel Getcliell, 


19 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Jeremiah Getchell. 


22 


do 


s 


do 


" " 




WAGONER. 














James Coi'mick. 


24 


do 


s 


do 






PRIVATES. 














Blake, John L. 


28 


Mavsville 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Berry, Calvin 


25 


No.' 1 1 


s 


do 


it It 




Bishop, Elijah 


24 


Maysville 


s 


do 


tc H 




Baker, Hiram 


20 


Ashland 


s 


do 






Belonzia, Israel 


18 


Houlton 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Bonner, Edward 


20 


do 


s 


do 






Church. Charles H. 


19 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Clark, Charles 


21 


do 


s 


do 






Chandler, Julius C. 


22 


Mapleton 


s 


do 






Curtis, John M. 


26 


Letter C 


s 


do 






Choate, Samuel 


18 


Woodstock 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Davis, J. H. 


26 


Mafileton 
,CastIe Hill 


M 


do 






Day, Henry A. 


21 


s 


do 


Died at Baltimore. 


^ 


Dairu'ctt, Henrv F. 


23 


Letter C 


s 


do 






Delano, Charles M. 


22 


jLinneus 


s 


do 






Elliot, Thomas 


24 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Greenlon, Darius 


22 


do 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Geran, S. C. 


21 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 






Hinds, E. P. 




Maysville 


s 


do 






Hartford. Darius 


23 


Hampden 


s 


do 






Hardy, Albion 


18 


do 


s 


do 




" 


Hardy, Lewis B. 


20 


do 


s 


do 






Holmes, Hugh P. 


24 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Howland, S. D. 


20 


Maysville 


s 


do 






Hogan, Joseph 


25 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 


Deserted. 




Hill, Robert 


27 


j do 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Havford, Columbus 


24 


Solon 


s 


do 






Hatch, Ezra 


32 


Maysville 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Jordan, WUlis F. 


23 


Pre-que Isle 


M 


*\o 






Johnson, Wilder 


25 


ClaR'mnnt 


s 


do 






Lander, Charles 


21 


Montieello 


s 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



36T 



Return of Company 7, Seventh Regiment, (^Continued.') 



Kijnnedy, Daniel D. 
McHu:|ii, Charles 
Mulligan, Michael 
M.'Nicl, Ste|)hen A. 
Mclntire, George 
Mclutire, Samuel 
Morris, John H. 
Outiiouse, J.M. 
Plaisted, William M. 
Palin, Charles 
Phair, Jamos 
Hooper, William H. 
Rideout, James 
Russell, Andrew 
Seavey, Charles M. 
Sawyer, David N. 
Smith, G. W. 
Springer, Weston N. 
Turney, Enoch B. 
Turney, Francis N. 
Wade, Loring B. 
White, John 
AValker, James 
Whitnc}', B. P. 
Hill, John 
Whitten, Albert B. 
Wilder, J. Davis 







t. • 


Mustc'd 




KC 


Residence. 


c"^ 


into 


Remarks. 


< 




si 
s 


U.S.Ser. 
Ai'g21 




22 


Presque Isle 


Died at camp. 


20 


Houlton 


s 


do 




28 


do 


s 


do 




18 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


23 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 




18 


do 


s 


do 




21 


Maysville 


s 


do 




23 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


27 


Presque Isle 


M 


do 




24 


do 


s 


do 




15 


do 


s 


do 




30 


do 


M 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


23 


Maysville 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


19 


do 


s 


do 


" " 


24 


Errol, N. H. 


s 


do 




25 


Tremont 


s 


do 




23 


Pitts field 


s 


do 




25 


Weston 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


20 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 




23 


do 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


28 


do 


s 


do 




23 


do 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


19 


Woodstock 


s 


do 




29 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


20 


Linneus 


s 


do 




22 


Waterford 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Quincy, Mass. 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 



368 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company I, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 






Trans- 
ferred. 






Duty, j ^"^^^ 


charged, serted. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


1 
5 
1 
31 


2 

6 

2 

25 






1 
2 




1 


1 


3 
13 

3 
59 


Total 


38 ! 35 






3 


1 . 1 


78 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 















Present, 


















Ae 


SENT. 












Ox 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 










Duty. 






Service. 




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Present Organization of the Company. 













Dale of 






Names. 


(•* 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 


Remarks. 


o 




bij 










15 




< 






inent. 




1 


Henry Rolfe 


43 


Captain 


Mavsville 


Aug. 13 




2 


Austin Hovey 


30 


1st Lieut. 


Presque Isle 


do 




3 


C. H. Hasey 


29 


2d Lieut. 


Houlton 


do 




1 


Henrv F. Hill 


22 


Sergeant 


Presque Isle 


Aug. 20 




2 


Francis B. Eeed 


27l do 


Freeport 


do 




3 


Hiram Clinrch 


34 


do 


Presque Isle 


do 




4 


William H. Hooper 


30 


do 


do 


Aug. 27 




5 


John E. Bailey 


35 


do 


Fredricton 


Aug. 20 




1 


Henrv H. Cook 


21 


Corporal 


Presque Isle 


Aug. 20 




2 


Frederic M. Oilman 


24 


do 


Ashland 


do 




3 


Henrv M. Eaton 


27 


do 


Presque Isle 


do 




4 


Thomas B. Hose 


27 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Carrill Neal 


25 


do 


Ashland 


do 




6 


William F. Delaite 


24 


do 


Littleton 


do 




7 


Jonas G- Five 


45 


do 


Presque Isle 


do 


/ 


8 


Charles R. Haskell 


22 


do 


No. 9, R. 4 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



369 



Return of Capt. Greenleaf K. Norris, Company K, Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its eonclilion on the morning of December 1st, 1861, togetiier 
witli a record of the changes tiiat have taken place in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the twentv-tirst day of August, 1861. 

GRANVILLE P. COCHRANE, Captain. 





, 




u > 

O a; 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


9> 


Residence. 


Ss 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




ss 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












Greenleaf K. Norris, 


57 


Monmouth 


M 


Aug.21 


Resigned. 


Granville P. Cochrane, 


■25 


do 


S 


do 




John B. Cook. 


23 Lewiston 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Joseph S. Taylor, 


44 


Monmouth 


M 


do 




William H. H. Brown, 


20 


do 


S 


do 


On furlough, sick. 


Andrew J. Fogg, 


30 


do 


S 


do 




Silas E. HinUley. 


32 


do 


M 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Francis Hall, 


40 Monmouth 


M 




Sick at camp. 


Ara C. Brooks, 


23 Richmond 


S 




Promoted to Sergeant. 


John R. Jennings. 


24 Leeds 


S 






MUSICIANS. 












Joseph Hackett, 


40 


Greene 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


John W. Adams. 


14 


Auburn 


S 


Oct. 23 




PRIVATES. 












Adams, John F. 


37 


do 


M 


Aug.21 




Adams, John 


19 


Gray 


S 


do 




Berry, George E. 


18 


Richmond 


S 


do 


Died at Baltimore Oct. 4. 


Booker, Israel 


19 Topsham 


S 


do 




Boynton, Nathaniel 


43 Monmouth 


M 


do 




Billington, Nathaniel 


36 do 


M 


do 




Cushman, Marcellus F. 


19 Leeds [N. Y. 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Chase, John H. 


23 Kindcrliook, 


M 


do 




Collings, Edward 


3o' Cork, Ireland 


S 


do 




Cushman, Lewis H. 


30 Monmouth 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


Carvill, Jordan H. 


23 Lewiston 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Davis, Levi L. 


28 


Newport 


M 


do 


Died at Baltimore Oct. 3. 


Davis, Henry 


20 


do 


S 


do 


Deserted. 


Daniels, Thomas M. 


3"!Winthrop 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Frost, Horace C. 


19 Monmouth 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Farren, Warren 


24 Wellington 


S 


do 




French, Stephen H. 


20 Fayette 


s 


do 




Howard, Joseph E. 


20 Litchfield 


M 


do 




Hall, George B. 


18 Monmouth 


s 


do 




Hinkley, Charles H. 


20 do 


s 


do 




Hackett, Ezekiel 


44 Greene 


s 


do 




Hibbard, Melville J. 


18 Lewiston 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Hodgdon, George F. 


23 'E. Livermore 


s 


do 




Howard, Bradford T. 


20 


Litchfield 


s 


do 




Jenkins, Hiram 


21 


Wales 


s 


do 




Keenan, Thompson S. 


33 


Monmouth 


M 


do 




Knox, Sanford K. 


22 


Greene 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Kimball, Jacob 


45 


do 


M 


do 




Leach, Henry F. 


28 


Monmouth 


M 


do 




Libbey, James W. 


21 


Leeds 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Larrabee, W. H. 


24 


Danville 


s 


do 


« << 


Luce, Albert A. 


27 


Burnham 


s 


do 




Merrill, Lucius W. 


21 Manchester 


s 


do 




McKinney, George W. • 


20 Sherburne 


s 


do 


Sick afcamp. 


Munroe, Nathan A. 


21 Auburn 


s 


do 




Maxwell, Morton 


19 Litchfield 


s 


do 




Moore, William H. 


19|St. Albans 


s 


do 




Merrill, Ciiarlcs W. 


18 


Lisbon 


s 


do 





370 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company K, Seventh Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



Nason, Osgood D. 
Prescott, Solomon 0. 
Peal, Franklin 
Plummer, Allen F. 
Rose, Albert M. 
Robbins, John Q. 
Richards, William F. 
Records, Loriny C. 
Ricker, Henry G. 

Smith, Nathaniel M. 

Sculley, Richard 

Sutherland, George 

Stone, Josejjh H. 

Small, Georae 

Sullivan. Eugene 

Small, Marcus j\I. 

Turner, Wjnsbrow 

Tozier, Milburn S. 

Wadsworth, Elias H. 

Ward well, Elhridge P. 

White, Edward P, 

Wel)i)er, Amos 

Wadsworth, Spencer F 

Whitney, William H. 

Wentworth, Alfred 

Getchell,. Joseph P. 

Fargo, Elisha S. 

Dunning, Robert A. 

Ware, George 

Folsom, Warren S. 

Ballantine, Samuel 

Keenan, Charles K. 

Stevens, Laratius 

Clark, George 11. 

Lecaim, Melvin M. 

Bowers, William A. 

Norcross, W. Scott 

Harris, Dennis 

Turner, Emerson, Jr. 

Robinson, Joshua 

Lisherness, Samuel 

Donnen, William W. 

Albec, Cyrus D. 
Buker, Hiram 





: C 


Vliisir'd 




g Kesidence. 


b""! 


into 


Remarks. 


< Si 


U.S.Ser. 




19 Chesterville 


s 


Aug.21 




21 Monmouth 


s 


do 




19 Leeds 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


18 Wales 


s 


do 




18l Leeds 


s 


do 




19 do 


s 


do 




•20 Greene 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


26 Turner 


s 


do 


U 11 


22 do 


s 


do 




2.3 Monmouth 


s 


do 




36 Castletown 


s 


do 




22 Pictou, N. S. 


s 


do 




21 1 Chelsea 


s 


do 




28| Monmouth 


s 


do 




18 New Bedford 


s 


do 




18 E. Livermore 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 


181 Leeds 


s 


do 


Died at camp. 


20, Monmouth 


s 


do 




40 1 do 


M 


do 




19 Greene 


s 


do 




18 Monmouth 


s 


do 




24 Hallowell 


s 


do 




33 Monmouth 


M 


do 




18 Lisbon 


s 


do 




22 Brunswick 


s 


do 




20 Durham 


s 


do 




18 Augusta 


s 


do 




20 Brunswick 


s 


do 




3.5! Gardiner 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


18 Monmouth 


s 


do 




34lWinthrop 


M 


do 




20 Monmouth 


M 


do 




17 Chelsea 


S 


do 




21 Brunswick 


M 


j do 


Died at camp. 


18 Waldoboro' 


S 


do 




21 Monmouth 


s 


do 




18 do 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


22 Greene 


s 


do 




22 Gardiner 


s 


do 


Deserted. 


!34HalloweU 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


41 Vassalhoro' 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


24 Oxford 


s 


do 




19 


s 






ISBowdoinham 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 



APPENDIX D. 871 

Recapitulation of Company K,Seventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 

9 

2 

55 


3 

1 
11 






1 
3 


1 
2 


2 


1 


3 
12 

3 
74 


Total 


68 


15 






4 


3 


2 


1 


92 



Condensed Motming Report, December 1st, 1861. 





Present. 


* 

Absent. 
















On 


In 

Arrest. 


1 




On 








For Dutv. 




Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 


































v 








































































a 
















s 






o 








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fF 


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Present Organization of the Company. 











Dale of 




c 


Names. 


em 


Rank. Residence. 


Rank or 
Appciiiit- 


Remarks. 


Z. 




< 




nient. 




1 
2 
3 


Granville P. Cochrane 


25 


Captain Monmouth 


May 13 




John B. Cook 


23 


2d Lieut. Lewiston 


Aug. 16 




1 


Joseph S. Tavlor 


44 


Sergeant Monmouth 


May 14 




2 


William H. H. Brown 


20 


do 


do 


do 


At home on furlough 


3 


Andrew J. Fo<^g 


30 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Silas E. Hinkley 


32 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Ara C. Brooks 


23 


do 


do 


Aug. 23 




1 


Francis Hall 


40 


Corporal 


Monmouth 


May 14 




2 


William H. Larrabee 


24 


do 


Danville 


Aug. 22 


\ 


3 


Horace C. Frost 


19 


do 


Monmouth 


Aug. 23 




4 


Winfield S. Norcross 


18 


do 


do 


Sept. 1 




5 


Jordan H. CarviU 


23 


do 


Lewiston 


Aug. 23 




6 


James W. Lihbey 


21 


do 


Leeds 


Aug. 22 




7 


Sanford K. Knox 


22 


do 


Greene 


Oct. 4 




8 


Melville J. Hibbard 


18 


do 


Lewiston 


Sept. 1 





372 



■ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers of Eiijldh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 
showing changes which have taken jjlace bg jjromotion, resignation, or otherwise, since en- 
tering service of the United States. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Lee Strickland 


Colonel 


John D. Rust 


Lieut -Colonel 


Joseph S. Rice 


Major 


James Dingley, Jr. 


Adjutant 


A. H. Strickhmd 


Quartermaster 


Paul M. Fisher 


Surgeon 


Jonathan S. Houghton 


Asst.-Surgeon 


Henry C. Henries 


Chaplain 


Edgar A. Perry 


Serg. -Major 


John M. Robbins 


Q'rm'r -Sergt. 


Franklin Gray 


Com'v Sergt. 


W. W. West 


Hos. Steward 



Residence. 


Dateof Appoint- 






Li verm ore 


Sept. 5, 1861 


Camden 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 


Auburn 


Sept. 9, 1861 


Li verm ore 


do 


Corinna 


Sept. 3, 1861 


Solon 


Sept. 7. 1861 


Lincoln 


Sept. 6, 1861 


Hockland 




Greene 




Skowhegan 




Waterville 





Remarks. 



Res'd Dec. 14, 1861. 
Prom, to Colonel. 
Res'd Sept. 28, 1861. 
Resigned. 



Res'dNov. 22, 1861. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 



Edward K. Norcross 
John B. Hardy 
Augustus Pease 
Andrew J. Cushman 
George D.Merrill 
Eben C. Rodbird 
Milton J. Drury 
Charles M. Adams 
James E. Dennison 
Americus V. Bacon 
Henry R. Fuller 
Zachary J. Young 
S. P. Stoddard, Jr. 
George W. Hartwell 
E. Henry Hartwell 
George A. Whitney 
A. Charles Ilerrick 
John IngcrsoU 
Hanibal R. Ranger 
Ivory Libby 
Nelson Maybery 
Samuel B. Elliot 



Leader 
Musician 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Residence. 


Date of Muster 
into U. S. Serv. 


Remarks. 


Dixfield 


Sept. 7,1861 




Wilton 


do 




do 


do 




Waterville 


do 




Farmington 


do 




Wilton 


do 




do 


■ do 




Farmington 


do 




do 


do 




Wilton 


do 




Jay 


do 




Wilton 


do , 




Farmington 


do 




Strong 


do 




do 


do 




Farminiiton 


do 


i] 


Ellsworth 


do 




Monmouth 


do 




AVilton 


do 




Lebanon 


do 




Windliam 


do 




N. Portland 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



873 



Eeturn of Capt. E. W. Woodman, Company A, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, cxprcssini; its condition on the morniny^ of l)efeml)L'r 1st, 1861, to- 
getiier with a record of tlie clianges that have tal^en place in the Company since it 
entered tlie service of the United States, on the seventh dav of September, 1861. 

AUSTIN'S. BUMP. Captain. 



Names. 



oommiss'd officeks. 
Ephraim W. Woodman, 
Austin S. Bump, 
John M. Adams. 

SERGEANTS. 

Warren F. Thompson, 
Edwin W. Parlin, 
Eben H. Farnum, 
Gratus B. Stearns, 
Albert F. Kyes. 

CORPORALS. 

John I. Handley, 
Dennis Adams, 
Algernon M. Mitchel, 
Webster Badger, 
Isaac II. Adams, 
George A. Smith, 
James H. Morton, 
William R. Pinkham. 

MUSICIAN. 

George E. Pond. 

WAGONER. 

George A. Wills. 

PRIVATES. 

Adams, Nelson W. 
Adams, George B. 
Adams, Simeon H. 
Adams, Moursc R. 
Allen, Henry T. 
Bean, John S. 
Blaisdell, Jeremiah 
Blake, Edwin 
Bunker, Martin L. 
Baker, Gardner 
Bartlett, Joiinson 
Clark, Americus 
Crafts, Samuel H. 
Crosby, Roliert W. 
Clark, Leander M. 
Daisey, George L. 
Dammon, Nelson J. 
Dill, John A. 
Davis, James S. 
Eveleth, Charles L. 
Gill, Jason 
Gould, Elias W. 
Gould, John O. 
Grey, Ferdinand G. 
Gilman, Samuel 
Hanlv, Alvin F. 
Huff," Daniel B. 
Humphrey, William H. 
Horn, Charles L. 
Handly, Rodney G. 
Hanston, Charles E. 



Residence. 



39 Wilton 
2.5 do 
do 

32lFarmington 
26, Weld 
23 Wilton 
22 [ Weld 
20 Jay 



Wilton 
do 
do 

18 Phillips 
32, Wilton 
20| Phillips 
24 Temple 
19jChesterviIIc 

19 Augusta 



30 



Vassalboro' 



Wilton 
do 
do 
do 
Farmington 
Wilton 
22 Weld 
18J Farmington 

19 Wilton 

20 Phillips 



Wilton 

Jay 
do 

Mercer 
21 1 Augusta 
21 ,Iay 



Paris 

Lewiston 

Strong . 

Phillips 
20!Chesterville 
23 j Jay 
39| Wilton 
18 Di.Kfield 
22| Strong 

22 Wilton 
22| Freeman 

23 Salem 
22 Jay 

21 WUton 
22iWeld 



go 


.Mustr'd 


Sic 


into 
U.S.Ser. 


M 


Sept. 7 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


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 


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 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 



Remarks. 



Promoted to Major. 
Captain. 
1st Lieutenant. 

Promoted to 2d Lieutenant. 
1st Sergeant. 



Promoted to 5th Sergeant. 



Siek at Hilton Head. 



Left at Annapolis. 
Sick at Hilton Head. 



Sick at Hilton Head. 
Left at Annapolis. 
Left at Annapolis. 

Discharged. Disability. 



374 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company A, Eighth Regiment^ ( Continued.') 



o o 


Mustr'd 






inlu 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 


M 


Sept. 7 




M 


do 




M 


do 




S 


do 




M 


do 




S 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


s 


do 




s 


do 




M 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 




Sick at Hilton Head. 


s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


M 


do 




s 


do 


Sick. Promoted to Corporal. 


s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 

s 


do 
do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


M 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 
Sept. 9 




M 


do 




s 


do 




s 


Sept. 7 





Huston, Ira F. 
Jacobs, Mortimer D. 
Knowles, John 
Kenney, Warren B. 
Keys, Horatio A. B. 
Lcavitt, William W. 
Linscott, Wm. H. 
Macomber, Columbus 
Harden, Nathaniel 
Merrow, Otis 
Moshcr, Ellas N. 
Neal, Hiram J. 
Penley, Amos H. 
Pickens, Leonard H. 
Perkins, Nathaniel 
Phinnev, Major 
Piiilbrook, John H. 
Pulsifer, Nathan, Jr. 
Plummer, Jo!m K. 
Pease, Gustavus 
Richardson, Joel A. 
Russell, Luther 
Richardson, Horace B. 
Stevens, Calvin D. 
Stevens, David T. 
Taylor, Augustin R. 
Tavlor, Abiam T. 
Teiibetts, John W. 
Tozier, David S. 
AVilkins, William W. 
Walker, James F. 
Wakefield, Daniel H. 
Williamson, Albert W. 
Withington, Myron L. 
Williamson, Lcwedwin 
Woodward, Erasmus D. 
Webster, Jolm O. 
Lord, Martin 
Thwaits, AVilliam E. 
Woodcock, Matthew 



Residence. 



Weld 

Farmington 

Wilton' 

Paris 

Jay 

Woodstock 

Keadfield 

Jay 

Byron 

New Sharon 

Avon 

Wilton 

do 

do 

do 
Jay 

Orneville 
Weld 
Phillips 
Jiiy 
VVUton 
Phillips 
Jay 

Phillips 
Strong 
Jay 
Strong 
Hangely 
Hingham 
Wilton 

do 

do 
Starks 
Chesterville 
Starks 
Wilton 
A ugusta 

do 
Wilton 
Jay 



APPENDIX D. 375 

Recapitulation of Company A, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sicjc. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

2 
59 


2 

10 














3 
13 

2 
69 


Total 


75 12 














87 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















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Date of 




1 


Names. 


o 

< 

25 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


Austin S. Bump 


Captain 


Wilton 


Oct. 17 




2 


Jolin M. Adams 


25 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Warren F. Thompson 


32 


2d Lieut. 


Farmington 


do 




1 


Edwin W. Parlin 


26 


Sergeant 


Weld 


Oct. 1 7 




2 


Eben H. Farnum 


23 


do 


Wilton 


Aug. 22 




3 


Gratus B Stearns 


22 


do 


Weld 


Sept. 6 




4 


Albert F. Kves 


■iO 


do 


Jav 


Aug. 22 




5 


John I. Handley 


22 


do 


Wilton 


Oct. 17 




1 


Dennis Adams 


21 


Corporal 


Wilton 


Aug. 22 




2 


Algernon M. Mitchell 


■IS 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Webster Badger 


18 


do 


Phillips 


do 




4 


Isaac R. Adams 


32 


do 


Wilton 


do 




5 


George A. Smith 


•20 


do 


Phillips 


do 




6 


James H. Morton 


24 


do 


Temple 


do 




7 


William R. Pinkbam 


19 


do 


Chesterville 


do 




8 


Horace B. Richardson 


22 


do 


Jay 


Oct. 17 





376 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Joseph F. Twitchcll, Comptiny B, Eighth Regiment Infiintry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of Deeenilier 1st, 1S61, together 
with A record of the changes that have taken ]j!aee in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

JOSEPH F. TVVITCHELL, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

Joseph F. Twitchell, 
Charles C. Perry, 
Luther B. Rogers. 

SERGEANTS. 

Lorenzo Warren, 
America Walton, 
Daniel W. Ingersoll, 
Rodnev C. Barker, 
Pearl G. Ingalls. 

CORPORALS. 

Edward A. Cushman, 
George W. Emery, 
Amza Grant, 
William B. Dickey, 
John B. Sleeper, 
Pennel P. Woodard, ' 
Henry A. Stone, 
Arthur T. Robinson. 

MUSICIAN. 

Alfred Cushman, Jr. 

WAGONER. 

Robert B. Wasson. 

PRIVATES. 

Bates, George L. 
Black well, Joshua E. 
Brown, Benjamin 
Chapman, Everett M. 
Clements, Lewis, Jr. 
Cambell, William 
Doble, Erastus 
Duston, James 
Dinsmore, Joshua N. 
Doble, Charles E. 
Dudley, George E. 
Early, James 
Eastman, Alpheus K. 
Fitzpatrick, John 
Gerry, Elbridge 
Gemo, Peter 
Gallison, Randall 
Gove, Elias H. 
Higgins, Charles E. 
Heath, Elisha, Jr. 
Hilton, Charles T. 
Hilton, George W. 
Hackett, Lorenzo W. 
Hill. Joseph C 
Harriman, Walker G. 
Ingalls, James F. 
Jameson, William 
Jackson, Andrew 
Kimball, Martin V. B. 
Kimball, Ami 
Kaler, Artimus H. 




251 Patten 

25 Island Falls 

21 Patten 



do 

do 

Lincoln 

21 Island Falls 
22jNo. 3, R. 5 

29 do 
2.3 do 
20 Patten 
19 Fort Kent 

22 No. 3, R. 5 



Island Falls 
No. 3, R. 5 
do 

do 

Fort Kent 



29 No. 5, R. 5 

20: Patten 

26 Island Falls 

2i|No. 3, R. 5 

23; Patten 

23 No. 6, R. 5 



Lincoln 
Ashland 
Island Falls 
Ashland 
Mt. Vernon 
No. 2, R. 6 
Clinton 

42 Patten 

42|No. 3, R 5 

23 Patten 
No 3, R. 5 



Readtield 
No 3, R. 5 

do 

do 

22 Parsonsfield 
20 1 E No. 4 
23|Patten 
22|No. 5, R. 6 
23iNo. 3, R. 5 

23 No. 6, R. 5 
22J Woodstock 

20 No. 5, R. 6 

21 Lincoln 
201 No. 6, R. 5 



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into 


Remarks. 


Sm 


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M 


Sept. 7 




S 


do 




\ 






M 


do 




S 


do 


Sick at Port Royal. 


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 




s 


do 




s 


do 


Sick at Port Royal. 


s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 


• 


s 
s 


do 
do 




M 

s 


do 
do 




s 


do 




s 


do 


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s 


do 


Deserted Sept. 10. 


s 


do 


" 26. 


M 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 
s 


do 
do 


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s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 
s 


do 
do 




s 


do 




s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


s 


do 




s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



877 



Return of Company B, Eighth Regiment^ ( Continued.') 









SilMiistr'd 




Names. 


. 


Residence. 


'5c 


into 


Remarks. 




< 


No. 6, R. 5 


s 


U.S.Ser. 

Sept. 7 




Kaler, John D. 


22 




Lepjrow, Daniel S. 


24 


Patten 


s 


do 




Legrow, Samuel H. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Lcgrow, Erastus 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Moore, Charles W. 


23 


No. 5, R. 4 


s 


do 




Myrick, Melville W. 


26 


No. 5, R. 6 


s 


do 




Morrison, Nathan E. 


29 


No. 3, R. 5 


M 


do 




Marry, Robert 


28 


Bathurst 


s 


do 




Myrick, 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 




Ryan, James 


24 


No. 2 


s 


do 




Shaw, Martin V. 


25 


Patten 


s 


do 




Sleeper, Osear F. 


23 


No. 3, R. 5 


M 


do 




Sinclair. Andrew H. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Shaw, Joshua H. 


31 


No. 5, R. 6 


s 


do 




Smart, Robert 


22 


Patten 


s 


do 




Sargeant, William 


19 


No. 5, R. 6 


s 


do 




Swctt, Jetln-o H. 


22 


Patten 


s 


do 




Shaw, Daniel D. 


32 


Chester 


s 


do 




Shaw, John P. I. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Scribner, Francis W. 


25 


Patten 


s 


do 


Discharged Oct. 5. 


Shiberdean, Joseph H. 


20 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 




Troop, John 


28 


Patten 


M 


do 




Weed, Martin 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Walton, Al)raham 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Weeks, Hartson P. I. 


32 


No. 5, R. 6 


M 


do 




Weeks, George F. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Wheeler, William F. 


21 


E. Newport 


s 


do 




Weaver, Elijah 


21 


Ashland 


s 


do 




Cram, Roscoe G. 


23 


Mt. Vernon 


s 


Sept. 9 





25 



378 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Recapitulation of Company B, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison 


no 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 


Trane_ 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ers. ceased. 


serted, ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 3 
Non-Com. Officers 12 
Musiciiins & Wagoner 2 
Privates 1 53 


1 

7 








2 


2 




3 

13 

2 

64 


Total 70 


8 








2 


2 




82 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



Present, 


Absent. 








On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For DuTr. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 










Duty. 






Service. 
























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Present 


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Date of 




= 


Names. 


6 

St 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


<i 




25 






ment. 




1 


Joseph F. Twitchell 


Captain 


Patten 






2 


Charles C. Perry 


25 


1st Lieut. Island Falls 






3 


Luther B. Rogers 


21 


2d Lieut. Patten 






1 


Lorenzo Warren 


29 


Sergeant Patten 






2 


America Walton 


26 


do 


do 




Sick at Port Royal 


3 


Daniel W. ln<rersoll 


22 


do 


Lincoln 






4 


Rodnev C. Barker 


21 


do 


Island Falls 






5 


Pearl G. Ingalls 


22 


do 


No. 3, R. 5 






1 


Edward A. Cushman 


29 


Corporal 


No. 3, R. 5 






2 


George W. Emery 


23 


do 


do 






3!Amza Grant 


20 


do 


Patten 






4 William B. Dickey 


19 


do 


Fort Kent 






5,.lohn B. Sleeper 


22 


do 


No. 3. R. 5 






6!Pennell P. Woodard 


22 


do 


Island Falls 






7 1 Henry A. Stone 


2.3 


do 


No. 3, R. 5 






8 


lArthur T. Robinson 


19 


do 


do 







APPENDIX D. 



579 



Eetuvn of Capt. John E. Bryant, Company C, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 seventh dav of September. 1861. 

JOHN E'. BRYANT, Captain. 



Names. 



conmiss'd officeks. 
John E. Bryant, 
Isaac H. McDonald, 
Wm. H. Timberlake. 

SERGEANTS. 

Chas. F. Monroe, 
Thomas A. Kilgore, 
James H. Tunks, 
WaUace Smith, 
Levi W. Metcalf. 

CORPORALS. 

Josiah Libby, 
Luther Abbott, 
Charles E. Cole, 
Dexter Mitchell, 
Wm. W. Sampson, 
S. G Shurtleff, 
Wintield Smith, 
Edward Shurtleff. 

MUSICIANS. 

Samuel E. Smith, 
George W. Bean. 

WAGONER. 

Sylvester G. Delano. 

PRIVATES 

Abbott, Charles G. 
Berrv, Charles A. 
Billings, Oscar W. 
Brown, Henry O. 
Briggs, Phillip H. 
Bradford, Franklin 
Barrett, Henry C. 
Bubier, Isaac B. 
Callahan, Henry 
Chi Ids, George V. 
Childs, Asa 
Canwell, Oliver B. 
Chase, Leslie H. 
Cole, Wm. A. 
Chase, S. Decatur 
Dorr, Charles 
Dewster, Svlvander 
Durfee, U.K. 
Drisial, Timothy 
Emerson, Samuel 
Fales, George G. 
Godwin, Corrin M. 
Godding, Emulous 
Goff, Lindsley 0. 
Gic'n, David 
Giaves, Sylvester 
Holt, Samuel 
Hodge, John A. 
Hartford, James 
Hay ford, Gad 







5 i| 


Mustr'd 




u> 


Residence. 


c m; 


into 


Remarks. 


< 




|l! 


U.S.Ser. 




25 


Favette 


s 1 


Sept. 7 




37: 


Buckfield 


M 


do 




2.5 


Livermore 


M 


do 




27 




S 


do 




39 


Turner 


M 


do 




2l! 


Auburn 


s i 


do 




27 


Turner 


M| 


do 




36 


do 


Mj 


do 




38 


do 


M 


do 




22 


Sumner 


S 


do 




27 


Livermore 


s 


do 




26 


Danville 


s 


do 




20 


Turner 


s 


do 




22 


Livermore 


s 


do 




22 


Wayne 


s 


do 




36 


Turner 


s 


do 




29 


do 


s 


do 


Transferred to band. 


45 


Livermore 


M 


do 




34 


Turner 


s 


do 


• 


19 


Sumner 


s 


do 




32 


Livermore 


M 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


18 


do 


s 


do 


" «' 


21 


do 


s 


do 




36 


do 


s 


do 


Died at Hilton Head. 


18 


Turner 


s 


do 




18 


Sumner 


s 


do 




19 


Canton 


s 


do 




29 


Turner 


s 


do 




21 


Peru 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


24 


do 


s 


do 




20 


do 


s 


do 


' 


18 


do 


s 


do 




18 


Buckfield 


s 


do 




43 


do 


M 


do 




1,26 


Livermore 


s 


do 


Died at Annapolis. 


126 


Hartford 


M 


do 




21 


Livermore 


s 


do 


_ 


28 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




24 


Danville 


s 


do 




18 


Turner 


s 


do 




19 


Livermore 


M 


do 




21 


do 


s 


do 




28 


Gray 


s 


do 




19 


Buckfield 


s 


do 




39 


K. Livermore 


M 


do 




26 


Turner 


s 


do 




18 


Canton 


s 


do 




38 


Livermore 


M 


do 




51 


Turner 


M 


do 





380 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company C, Eighth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Hayford, Augustus 
Jackson, A. W. 
Kidder, John 
Keen, Elisha 
Keen, Waldo 
Kidder, Adelbert 
Kilbreth, Lcander 
Lenneli, Wm. F. 
Mitchell, George W*. 
Moore, Amos 
Mitchell, Stanford 
Metcalf, Cyrus G. 
Norris, Greenwood 
Noyes. Joseph 
Nason, Nathaniel 
Osbourn, A. G. 
Pratt, Horace J. 
Quimby, E. T. 
Ridley, Abbington 
Eoss, D. W. 
Ripley, Henry 
Redding, Oliver C. 
Rayner, George 
Ricker, Wesley 
Smith, James 
Smith, Wm. B. 
Sanliorn, G. B. 
Shaw, H. C. 
Srurdevant, 
Thomas, Uzza 
Tinkham, Enoch 
Trazy, Wheeler 
Woodl)nry, Morris 
White, M. W. 
Wyer, Charles L. 



Turner 

do 
Dixfield 
Turner 

do 
Dixfifeld 
Livermore 
Skowhcgan 
Livermore 
Unity 
Danville 
Turner 
Wayne 
Sumner 
Auljurn 
Bucktield 
Dixfield 
Livermore 

do 

do 
Canton 
Dixfield 
Lewiston 
Livermore 
Lewiston 

do 
Fayette 
Turner 
Fayette 
Turner 
Auburn 
Peru 

Buckfield 
Jay 
Livermore 



'■- .■ 


Mustr'd 




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info 


Remarks. 


S 


U.S.Ser. 




Sept. 7 




S 


do 




M 


do 




M 


do 




M 


do 


- 


S 


do 




S 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




M 


do 




s 


do 




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do 




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do 




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do 




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do 




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do 




s 


do 


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s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




ai 


do 




s 


do 


Deserted. 


s 


do 




M 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 





do 



APPENDIX D. 881 

Recapitulation of Company G, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison-' De- 
ers. ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Coni. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
57 






2 


5 


2 


1 


3 
13 

3 
66 


Total 


75 


i 


2 1 5 2 


1 i 85 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 













Present. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 








On 






For Dutt. 


Sick. 


Special 




S 
















Duty. 








Service. 
























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Present Organization of the Company. 



1 John E. Bryant 
Isaac H. McDonald 
William H. Timberlake 

1 Charles IT. Monroe 

2 Thomas A. Kilgore 

3 James H. Tunks 
4 [Wallace Smith 

5, Levi W. Metcalf 

1 '.Tosiah Libby 

2 Luther Abbott 

3 Charles E. Cole 

4 Dexter Mitchell 

5 William W. Sampson 
6;S. G. Shurtleff 
7;Winfield Smith 

8 1 Edward Shurtleff 









Date of 




S, Rank. 

< 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


25 Captain 
37 1st Lieut. 


Fayette 
Buckfield 






25 


2d Lieut. 


Livermore 






27 
39 


Sergeant 
do 


Livermore 
Turner 






21 


do 


Auburn 






27 


do 


Turner 






36 


do 


do 






38 

22 


Corporal 
do 


Turner 
Sumner 






27 


do 


Livermore 






26 


do 


Danville 






20 


do 


Turner 






22 


do 


Livermore 






22 
30 


do 
do 


Wayne 
Turner 







382 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Captain Henry Boynton, Company D, Eighth 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 Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the sixth dav of Septcmhcr, 1861. 

HENRY BOYNTON, Captain. 









i; o 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


bl) 


Kesidence. 


Jt 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




Sx 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












Henry Boynton, 


31 Detroit 


M 


Sept 6 




Eranklin E. Gray, 


27 Plymouth 


s 


do 




John R. Sprague. 


22 Parkman 


s 


do 




SERGEANTS. 










Charles E. Parker, 


24 Newport 

21| do 


s 


do 




John B. Philhrook, 


s 


do 


Died at Hilton Head. 


Samuel Gould, Jr., 


27 'Dexter 


M 


do 


Promoted to Second Sergeant. 


Alexander C. Drake. 


21' Detroit 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 


1 
1 








Alonzo D. Millett, 


21 Pits field 


s 


do 


Promoted to Third Sergeant. 


Hiram Martin, 


31|St. Albans 


M 


do 


" Fourth , " 


Lewis F. Leighton, 


20|Corinna 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Levi J. Morreli. 


20 


Hartland 


s 


do 




MUSICIANS 




•^ 








Oramandel Hubbard, 


18 


Palmyra 


s 


do 




Natlian Cole. 


19 


do ■ 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


WAGONER. 












Charles Stafford. 


21 


Hartland 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


PRIVATES. 












Andrews, Ezra 


24 


Detroit 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Andrews, Sylvanus C. 


22 


Exeter 


s 


do 


Promoted to First Corporal. 


Arthur, Henry A. 


33 


Hallowell 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Atkinson, Lewey 


18 


Hartland 


s 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


Allen, George 


40 


Augusta 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Boyle, David L. 


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. 


30 


Augusta 


M 


do 




Billington, Thomas G. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Crockett, Timothy 


28 


Carmel 


M 


do 




Capers, Geortje 


18 


Exeter 


s 


do 




Cookson, Isuiah 


41 


Plymouth 


M 


do 


Promoted to Third Corporal. 


Cottle, Samuel R. 


33 


Windsor 


S 


do 




Davis, Frederic J. 


25 


Orland 




do 


Discharged for disability. 


Day, 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. 


21 


Lubec 


s 


do 




Farnhara, Roscoe S. 


19 Belgrade 


s 


do 




Fernald, Tobias A. 


21 1 Newport 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Gearald, Cliarlcs 0. 


23 Newinirg 


M 


do 




Gatehell, Frederic 


ISPittsfield 


s 


do 




Given, J. Newell 


23 Newport 


s 


do 




Getcliell, Henry W. 


29 Annusta 


M 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


Haskell, Alfred 


29 Enfield 


M 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Holmes, James V. 


21 Parkman 


S 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Holmes, Pliannel 


is; do 


s 


do 




Hard, Edgar H. 


21 Harmony 


s 


do 




Jewett, Calvin A. 


20 Pittsfieki 


s 


do 




Kimball, Amos M. 


20 Harmony 


M 


do 




Knowles, Isaac J. 


19 do 


s 


do 




Leighton, John 


19 Augusta 


s 


do 




Labrce, Thomas P. 


18 Parkman 


s 


do 




Litchfield, Daniel 


18 


Newport 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



383 



Return of Company D, Eighth Regiment, (^Continved.') 









o <u 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


6 


Residence. 


c"^ 


into 


Remarks. 




23 




S 


U.S.Ser. 




Luce, Franklin B. 


Hartland 


Sept 6 




Maxim, Flavil E. 


18 


Palmyra 


S 


do 




McGratli, Tlieodore A. 


18 


Parkman 


s 


do 




McLure, Allen P. 


18 


Newport 


s 


do 




Miles, Rodolplius 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Nickerson, Charles W. 


21 


St. Albans 


s 


do 




Nickerson, Henry S. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Nutting, Chandler 


24 


Detroit 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability. 


Perry, John 0. 


19 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Prescott, Henry G. 


18 


Corinth 


s 


do 


Deserted. 


Speed, Levi B. 


rs 


Charleston 


s 


do 




Smith, Benjamin F. 


18 


Newport 


s 


do 




Sidelinger, Samuel 


45 


Hermon 


s 


do 




Tuttle, Joseph P. 


18 


Pittsfield 


s 


do 




Thompson, Dennis 


21 


Dexter 


s 


do 




Tibbetts, Warren C. 


23 


Newport 


s 


do 




Weeks, John C. 


"19 


Corinna 


s 


do 




Woodman, Harrison 


28 


Plymouth 


s 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


Wlieeler, George 


18 


Palmyra 


s 


do 




Walker, Allen P. 


18 


Exeter 


s 


do 




Woods, George 


19 


Augusta 


s 


do 




York, John 


18 


St. Albans 


s 


do 




Sidelinger, Stetson 


18 


Hampden 


s 


do 




Warren, Joseph H. 


18 


Abbott 


s 


Sept. 9 


On extra duty. 


Atkinson, Moses 


44 


Hartland 


M 


do 





384 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company D, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-CoTQ. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

10 

1 

46 


4 






1 


8 


1 


2 


3 

11 

3 

59 


Total 


60 


4 






1 


8 


1 


2 


76 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



Present. 1 


Absent. 








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In 

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On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




















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Date of 






Names. 


oi 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 


Remarks. 


l- 














'<; 




< 






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1 


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31 


Captain 


Detroit 


Aug. 23 




2 


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27 


1st Lieut. Plymouth 


do 




3 


John R. Sprague 


22 


2d Lieut. Parkman 


Sept. 4 




1 


Charles E. Parker 


24 


Sergeant Newport 






2 Samuel Gould, Jr. 


27 


do 


Dexter 






3 Alonzo D. Millett 


21 


do 


Pittsfield 






4 Hiram Martin 


31 


do 


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5 


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21 


do Detroit 




t 


1 


Sylvanus C. Andrews 


22 


Corporal Exeter 






2 James S Burke 


22 


do 


Litchfield 






3 Isaiah Cookson 


41 


do 


Plymouth 






4 Levi J. Morrell 


20 


do 


Hartland 






5 


Lucius W. Elliott 


21 


do 


Mercer 




- 



APPENDIX D. 



385 



Return of Capt. Thomas Hutchins, Company E, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Comfuiny since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

THOMAS HUTCHINS, Captain. 





r«;! 


Mustr'd 






Names. 


i 
< 


Residence. 




into 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




commiss'd officers. 














Thomas Hutchins 


23 New Portland 


S 


Sept. 7 






Thomas S. Hutchins, 


28 Winthrop 


s 


do 


* 




Isaac A. Phillips. 


30Kingfield 


s 


do 


\ 




SERGEANTS. 










Charles B. Knapp, 


24 New Portland 


s 


do 






Watson Holway, 


27iCarratunk 


s 


do 






George W. Jameson, 


28iWestbrook 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




Chauncy B. Webster, 


21 Portland 


s 


do 


Promoted to 2d Sergeant. 




William A. Browne. 


23 


Carratunk 


s 


do 






CORPORALS. 














Josiah W. Newell, 


22 


New Portland 


s 


do 






Lyman Jones, 


19jCarratunk 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 




John G. Young, 


51 New Portland S 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




John Prescott. 


43 Lexington 


M 


do 






MUSICIAN. 








1 




John C. Heath. 


43 Salem 


M 


do 






WAGONER. 












Frank Wardsworth. 


24 1 Monmouth 


M 


do 


Deserted. 




PRIVATES. 


1 










Adams, Thomas C. 


19 Carratunk 


S 


do 






Boston, Harrison 


37 Lexington 


M 


do 






Brown, Silas R. 


37 Embden 


S 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 




Bonny, Alonzo G. 


21 Portland 


M 


do 


Deserted. 




Brown, George L. 


21 Casco 


S 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 




Beal, Frank 


18 Winthrop 


S 


do 






Coffin, Walter S. 


21 Thorndike 


S 


do 


Promoted to Drummer. 




Chase, Joseph S. 


22 Carratunk 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 




Co wen, Lorenzo 


18 New Portland 


s 


do 




\ 


Dunton, Franklin S. 


20 Concord 


s 


do 






Davis, Charles G. 


19 New Portland 


s 


do 






Douglass, Asa V. 


20 Melrose, Ms. 


s 


do 






Deling, Richard, Jr. 


23 New Portland 


s 


do 






Emery, William Henry 


19! do 


s 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 




Gould, John 


24 Embden 


s 


do 






Glidden, Albert N. 


23 Bingham 


M 


do 






Garrow, Patrick 


22 Forks Plant. 


s 


do 






Gordon, William 


22 Augusta 


s 


do 






Goodrich, Sprague 


32 


Carratunk 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 




Green, Calvin B. 


18 


Winthrop 


s 


do 






Hutchins, Enos 


20 


New Portland 


s 


do 






Hall. Cyrus, Jr. 


19 


Carratunk 


s 


do 






Hutchins, Fred. E. 


18 


New Portland 


s 


do 






Lovcjoy, Orlando 


20 


do 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 




Larahce, Fred 


22 


Gloucester 


s 


do 






Marden, 4^aron 


20 


Flagstaff 


s 


do 






Pierce, John H. 


21 


Carratunk 


s 


do 






Parin, George 


18 


Forks Plant. 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 




Pierce, Sewall B. 


21 


Bingham 


s 


do 






Prescott, Aaron 


29 


Lexington 


s 


do 






Safford, Frank 


18 


Solon 


s 


do 






Strickland Lee 


18 


Embden 


s 


do 






Savag-e. Nathan W. 


20 


Augusta 


s 


do • 






Safford, William H. 


23 


Lexington 


s 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 




Satford, John M. 


23 


do 


s 


do 







ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company E, Eighth Regiment, (^Continued.') 



Strickland, Benj. F. 
Sawyer, Charles M. 
Tuttle, Thaddeus 
Taylor, Rufus M. 
Taylor, Benj. 
Williamson, Moody C. 
Wormwood, Alfred K. 
Wormwood, Arthur 
Young, Henry 
Pote, James M. 
Brown, Nathaniel P. 
Sullivan, James 
Larabee, Cliarles E, 
Bartlett, Edward 
Dewitt, David W. 
Huntoon, Frederic A. 
Jacobs, Charles H. 
Elliott, Georye W. 
Connor, Patrick 









Miistr'd 


": Residence. 




into 
U.S.Ser. 


20 Embden 


s 


Sept. 7 


21 Portland 


I\I 


do 


19 Kingfield 


s 


do 


18 Lexington 


S 


do 


25 do 


S 


do 


19 


Kingfield 


s 


do 


19 


N. Gloucester 


s 


do 


22 


do 


s 


do 


25 


Forks Plant. 


s 


do 


24 


Portland 


s 


do 


21 


Carratunk 


s 


do 


24 


Embden 


s 


do 


21 


N. Gloucester 


s 


do 


28 


New Portland 


u 


do 


33 


do 


s 


do 


18 


do 


s 


do 


20 


do 


s 


do 


19 


Melrose, Ms. 


s 


do 


18 


Clinton 







Remarks 



Promoted to Corporal. 



Sick at Annapolis. 



APPENDIX D. 387 

Recapitulation of Company E, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Dis- ! De- 
charged, serted. 

i 


Trans- 
lerred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. ^'■f^°°- 


ceased. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

10 

2 

48 










3 


1 

1 




3 
10 

3 
.52 


Total 


63 


1 






3 2 




68 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 
















Absent. 












On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 






Sick. 












Duty. 






Service. 








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Present Organization of the Company. 









Date of 




Names. 


< 


Rank. Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 
2 
3 


Thomas Hutchins 
T. S. Hutchins 
Isaac A. Phillips 


53 
28 
30 


Captain 
1 St Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 


N. Portland 

Winthrop 

Kingtield 


May 25 

Sept. 5 

do 




1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


Charles B. Knapp 
Chauncy B. Webster 
Wtitson Hohvay 
Lyman Jones 
William A. Brown 


24 
22 
27 
19 
23 


Sergeant 
do 
do 
do 
do 


N. Portland 

Portland 

Carratunk 

do 

do 






1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


Josiah W. Newell 
John Prescott 
Sprague Goodrich 
Joseph S. Chase 
James M. Pote 


22 
43 
32 
22 
24 


Corporal 
do 
do 
do 
do 


N. Portland 

Lexington 

Carratunk 

do 
Portland 







388 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Eeturn of Captain John Hemingway, Company F, Eighth Eegiment 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 Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

JOHN HEMINGWAY, Captain. 



Names. 



Residence. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

John Hemingway, 43|Sanford 

A. E. Kimball, 25 Biddeford 

John H. Roberts. 30 Alfred 

SERGEANTS. 

Charles P. Lord, 
Seth Dillingham, 
Frederick A. Wood, Jr. 
Sylvester Hatch, 
Samuel Cole. 



CORPORALS. 

Fred. A. Henderson, 
William J. Reed, 
Edmund G. Murry, 
John S. Hcrsom, 
Harrison Hanson, 
Washington Emerson, 
Benjamin Ricker, 
Horace Jmikins. 

MUSICIANS. 

William F. Willard, 
Theodore H. Drew. 

WAGONER. 

Caspar E. Marshall. 

PRIVATES. 

Adjutant, Plummer H. 
Brackett, George W. 
Brackett, John W. 
Bancroft, Norris E. 
Butlci', Francis 
Coflin, Simeon 
Coolev, Daniel 
Clark^ William 
Duncan, John H. 
Downs, Abram P. 
Douns, Lyman C. 
Dutch, George S. 
Edgecomb, Charles H. 
Frost, Thomas W. 
Fox, Alfred W. 
Goodwin, Marvin T. 
Goodwin, John B. 
Getchel. Joseph S. 
Kurd, Francis 
Hurd, 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. 
Littleficld, Alonzo 



N. Berwick 

do 
Lebanon 
Wells 
Kennetunk 

Sanford 

do 

do 
Lebanon 
Lyman 
Kenncbunk 
Sanford 
Kennebunk 

Sanford 
Afctoa 

Berwick 



jMustr'd 
1 into 
IT.S.Ser. 



18 Kennebunk 

20 Sanford 
do 
do 

Lebanon 

Sanford 

S. Berwick 

Kennebunk 

Lowell, Mass 

Lebanon 

Alfred 

22[Kennebunk 

201 Lebanon 

21; Sanford 

35 Acton 

18 Lebanon 

21 Sanford 
20, Wells 
22: Sanford 



Sept. 7 
do 
do 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 



Sanford 
S. Bcr'k [N.H 
Somersworth, 
S. Berwick 

23|Lvman 

20 Wells 

22 do 

,38| Sanford 

ll8JS. Berwick 

18 Kenncbunk 

19 1 Sanford 



do 
do 

Oct. 

Sept. 
do 
do 
do 

ao 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



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, Nov. 14. 
Sick at Hilton Head. 



APPENDIX D. 



389 



Return of Company F, Eighth Regiment, (^ Continued.') 







oa 


Mustr 'd 






Names. 


g, Residence. 


(.""S) 


into 


Remarks. 






<' 


St» 


U.S.Ser. 






Moore, William A. 


27 Sanford 


s 


Sept. 7 






Randall, Charles 


22 Lebanon 


S 


do 






Reynolfl, Jacob P. 


23 Acton 


s 


do 






Eowe, William 


29 Alfred 


M 


do 






Ricker, Ebenezer 


21 Sanford 


S 


do 






Seavey, Thomas 


25 do 


S 


do 






Shacklev, Lewis 


27 Shapleigh 


s 


do 






Trafton; Hiram W. 


20 Alfred 


s 


do 


Died at Hilton Head, Nov. 


17. 


Wentworth, Wm. W. 


26 Sanford 


M 


do 






Welch, Hezekiah 


21 Shapleigh 


s 


do 






Wliittier, Charles D. 


18 Alfred 


s 


do 






Witham, Albert F. 


18 do 


s 


do 






Wight, Hezekiah C. 


21 Casco 


s 


do 






Cousens, Oliver M. 


24 Kennebunk 


s 


do 






Butler, James W. 


24 Sanford 


s 




Discharged for disability. 




Clark. James W. 


21 Lebanon 


s 




u « 




Carter, John S. 


38 Sanford 


M 




(( (( 





390 adjutant-g-eneral's report. 

Recapitulation of Company F, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 




no- 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


charged, serted. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Cora. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

9 

37 


2 
1 
5 






2 


3 






3 

13 

3 

. 47 


Total 


53 


8 






2 


3 






66 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 
















On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Dutt. 




Sick. 




Special 


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Sick. 


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Service. 






















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Present 


Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




o" 


Names. 


< 

43 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 

Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


John Hemino;way 


Captain 


Sanford 


Aug. 28 




2 


A. E. Kimball 


25 


1st Lieut. 


Biddcford 


do 




3 


John H. Roberts 


30 


2d Lieut. 


Alfred 


do 




1 


Charles P. Lord 


28 


Sergeant 


N. Berwick 






2 


Seth Dillino-ham 


21 


do 


do 






3 Frederic A. Wood, Jr. 


22 


do 


Lebanon 






4 


Sylvester Hatch 


37 


do 


Wells 






5 


Samuel Cole 


23 


do 


Kennebunk 






1 


Frederic A. Henderson 


26 


Corporal 


Sanford 






2 William J. Keed 


25 


do 


do 






3;pAlmund J. Slurry 


25 


do 


do 






4 John S. llersom 


27 


do 


Lebanon 






5 Harrison Hanson 


18 


do 


Lvman 






6 Washinirton Emerson 


39 


do 


Kennebunk 






7 Horace Junkins 


27 


do 


do 






8 


Benjamin Kicker 


44 


do 


Sanford 







APPENDIX D. 



391 



Return of Capt. Augustus A. Hoit, Company G, Eighth Regiment Infentry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have talcen. place in the Company since 
it entered the service of the United States, on the seventh day of September, 1861. 

AUGUSTUS A. HOIT, Captain. 



Names'. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

Augustus A. Hoit, 
Wilber F. Lane, 
Edwin Bates. 

SERGEANTS. 

James H. Brown, 
Emerson G. Guptill, 
George F. Davis, 
Richard F. Tatt, 
Benjamin B. Salsbury. 

CORPORALS. 

Green W. Scammons, 
William D. Townsend, 
Stephen W. Berry, 
George Card, 
George F. Taft, 
George S. Hodgkins, 
James C. Hagan, 
George HigginS. 

MUSICIAN. 

Henry E. Rowe. 

WAGONER. 

Andrew Newman. 

PRIVATES. 

Abbott, George S. 
Barber, Alexander 
Brown, Thomas 
Burk, John 
Bowdon, George W. 
Butler, Orrin A. 
Brown, Albert L. 
Billings, John E. 
Black, Robert 
Bradv, Jeremiah 
Blaisdell, Daniel D. 
Callighan, Humphrey 
Campbell, Joseph 
Cain, John 
Cain, Peter 
Collins, Peter 
Deiiio. David, Jr. 
Dollard, William 
Donnel, John M. 
Dorgan, Jerry 
Frazier, Charles C. 
Ford, Thomas 
Fletcher, Abijal 
Floyd, George B. 
Gordon, George 
George, James 
Giles, Russell H. 
Garland, Philander 
Gray, Josepli C. 
Heath, Lewis F. 
Howard, Joseph 







OS 


Mustr'd 




s. 


Residence. 


~ 2P 


into 


Remarks. 


< 




1^ 

M 


U.S.Ser. 




36 


jouldsboro' 


Sept. 7 




27 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 




35 


Jedhara 


M 


do 




32 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 




23 


Gouldslioro' 


S 


do 




24 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 




21 


Gouldsboro' 


s 


do 




28 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




26 


Franklin 


s 


do 




32 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




27 


Bangor 


s 


do 




20 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




21 


Gouldsboro' 


S 


do 




37 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




23 


Hancock 


s 


do 




22 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




18 


Dedham 


s 


do 




33 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




19 


do 


S 


do 




23 


do 


s 


do 




45 


do 


M 


do 




42 


do 


S 


do 




21 


Castine 


S 


do 




21 


Ellsworth 


S 


do 




20 


Mt. Desert 


S 


do 




18 


do 


S 


do 




38 


Fremont 


S 


do 




22 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




22 


Dedham 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


43 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




34 


do 


s 


do 




21 


do 


s 


do 




24 


do 


s 


do 




27 


do 


M 


do 




28 


do 


M 


do 




20 


do 


s 


do 




21 


Franklin 


s 


do 




23 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




20 


do 


s 


do 




33 


do 


M 


do 




25 


Walthara 


s 


do 




20 


Orland 


M 


do 




19 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




19 


do 


s 


do 




19 


Amherst 


s 


do 




25 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




24 


do 


s 


do 




28 


Mt. Desert 


s 


do 


Reduced from Corporal. 


19 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


K « 



392 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company G, Eighth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



Harrington, Dauiel 
Haynes, Asa 
Hawes, Alonzo 
Heath, George F. 
Howard, Jolin A. 
Hanscoin, Simon 
Hackett, Peter 
Ingalls, George S. 
JcUison, George S. 
Kineaid, Llewellyn 
Lunt, Daniel S. 
Larkin, John 
Moneghan, James 
Mi'Farland,A!li.s'nK.P. 
Murphv, Michael 
McFariand,Edw"dT. 
OrciUt, Fernando 0. P. 
Phillips, George D. 
Patterson, Charles 
Phillips, Sewell L. 
Royal, Henry W. 
Richardson, Isaac K. 
Robinson, George 
Sullivan, Daniel 
Stewart, George L. 
Suse, Lewis 
Smith, Reuben, Jr. 
Stevens, Frank M. 
Sanders, Clinton 
Tourtelotte, Calvin P. 
Tourtelotte, Asa N. 
Webber, Roland C. 
Watts, Horace 
Whittier, William P. 
Wilson, Nathan 
Wentworth, Jonas H. 
Young, Ferdinand 
Young, Willard R. 
Tracy, Eben R. 



Residence. 



ISlEllsworth 
23' do 
25! do 
37 Mt. Desert 
'21 Ellsworth 

36 do 

33 Hancock 
18 Waltham 

21 do 

20 Ellsworth 
24 i do 
20| do 

23 do 

20 Sedgwick 

20 Ellsworth 
2IjEden 

21 1 Ellsworth 
18 Dedham 
19, Ellsworth 
18 do 
191 do 
26 Mt. Desert 

22 Ellsworth 

37 do 

20 'Hancock 
26 Ellsworth 

21 Mt. Desert 

24 Ellsworth 
29 Orland 
24 Ellsworth 
21 1 do 

23 do 

20 Amherst 

21 Gouldsboro' 

18 Surry 
42 Dedham 
23 1 Ellsworth 

19 Gouldsboro' 
32i Hancock 



|o ^ 


Mustr'd 


C -i. 


into 


\t^''Tl 


U.S.Ser. 


s 


Sept. 7 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


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 


iM 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 



Reduced from Corporal. 



Reduced from Corporal. 



APPENDIX D. 393 

Recapitulation of Company G, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians «Sb Wugoner 
Privates 


1 
12 

2 
49 


2 

1 

16 




3 










3 

13 

2 

68 


Total 


fM 


19 




3 










86 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 



r 















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In 






On 








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Sick. 


Special 














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Present Organization of the Company 










1 


Date of 




,o 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


!< 




<; 

36 






ment. 




1 


Auffustus A. Hoit 


Captain 


Gouldsboro 


Sept. 5 




2 


Wilber F. Lane 


27 


1st Lieut. 


Ellsworth 


do 




3 


Edwin B. Bates 


35 


2d Lieut. 


Dedham 


do 




1 


James H. Brown 


32 


Sergeant 


Ellsworth 


Sept. 5 




2 


Emerson G. Guptill » 


23 


do 


Gouldsboro 


do 




3 


Georji^e F. Davis 


24 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 


' 


4 


Richard F. Taft 


21 


do 


Gouldslioro 


do 




5 


Benjamin B. Salsbury 


28 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




1 


Green W. Scamman 


26 


Corporal 


Franklin 


Sept. 5 




2 


William D. Townsend 


32 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 




3 


Stephen W. Berry 


27 


do 


Bangor 


do 




4 


George Card 


20 


do 


Ellsworth 


Sept.. 9 




5 


Georo;e F. Taft 


21 


do 


Gouldsboro 


Oct. 5 




6 


George S. Hodgkins 


37 


do 


Ellsworth 


Oct. 10 




7 


James C. Hagan 


23 


do 


Hancock 


Oct. 23 




8 


George Higgins 


22 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 





26 



394 



adjutaxt-general's report. 



Return of Capt. John F. Milliken. Company H, Eijrhth Rctriment Infantry, Maine 
VoliHUrcis, exjiressinfj its condition on tlie morninf; of Decemher 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the chanjics that have taken phice in tlie Company since 
it entered the service of the United States on the seventh dav of September, 1861. 

JOHN F. MILLIKEN, Captain. 



Names. 



COM.MISS D OFFICERS. 

John F. Milliken, 
Edward A. True, 
Charles E. Howard. 

SERGEANTS. 

Horace Rolfe, 
Geor(;e Dollv, 
Edga'i- L. Bills, 
Charles I. Davis, 
George W. Nickerson. 

CORPORALS. 

Isaac Patterson, 
Albert O. Bills, 
John Allen, 
Noah B Dunton, 
John Stevens, Jr. 
Ephraim W. Wiley, 
Alonzo Brown, 
James G. Harding. 

MUSICIAN. 

Ebenezer N. Butler. 

PRIVATES. 

Abbott, George S. 
Avery, John F. 
Bowley, Reuben L. 
Bridges, Daniel 
Bridges, Asbra C. 
Butler, George A. 
Butler, Henry H. 
Beckwith, Martin 
Baehelder, Benj. F. 
Cotton, John C. 
Crosby, Charles D. 
Carter, Richard, 2d 
Carr, Charles E. 
("!rocker, Leonard 
Daggett, Albert 
Dagiictt, Lowell 
Douglas. Charles H. 
Evans, Charles E . 
Hardy, Willard K. 
Hardy, James W. 
Hawes, Alvin H. 
Heal, William H. 
Howard, Micah 
Howard, Henry 
KfMrons, Michael 
Kennedy, Joseph 
Kiml)ali, Jesse 
Jlerriam, Eli C. 
Martin, Leander 
Martin, Orace A. 
MetcaU; Oliver 
Nichols, John U. 
Prescott, Alonzo 







00 


Miistr'd 




» 


Eesidenae. 


u 5 


into 


Remarks. 


<. 




Sx 


U.S.Ser. 
Sept. 7 




40 Belfast 


M 




24 Hope 


S 


do 




22 Portland 

j 


s 






24 'Belfast 


s 


do 




25 Kumford 


s 


do 




20 Hope 


s 


do 


Died at Annapolis. 


2.3 Liberty 


s 


do 


Resigned as Sergeant. 


22 Swanville 


s 


do 


Promoted to 4th Sergeant. 


.50 Belfast 


M 


do 


Resigned as Corporal. 


20;Hope 


"Si 


do 


Promoted to 1st Corporal. 


20 


do 


s 


do 


2d 


18 


do 


s 


do 


3d 


27 


Morrill 


s 


do 


" 5th Sergeant. 


24 


Belfast 


s 


do 


" 4lh Corporal. 


19 Montville 


s 


do 


5th 


19 Waldo 


s 


do 


6th 


52 Liberty 


M 


do 




18 Bucksport 


s 


do 




19 Farmington 


M 


do 




18 Hope 


M 


do 




23 


Castine 


M 


do 




19 


do 


S 


do 




24 


Liberty 


s 


do 




19 do 


s 


do 




241 Belfast 


s 


Sept. 9 




23 Belmont 


s 


do 




22; Hope 


s 


Sept. 7 




45 Wayne 


M 


Sept. 9 




37 Sedgwick 


s 


Sept. 7 




18 


Waldo 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


37 


Somerville 


M 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


26 Washington 


M 


do 




27 Liberty 


S 


do 




19 Knox 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


23 Brooks 


s 


do 




19|.Searsmont 


s 


do 


Sick at Augusta. 


18 do 


s 


do 




19 Jackson 


s 


do 




24 Belmont 




do 




45 Washington 


M 


Sept. 9 




19 do 


s 


do 




24 Camden 


M 


Sept. 7 




31 Somerville 


M 


do 


Drowned at L. I. 


21|Clinton 


s 


Sept. 9 




22 Morrill 


s 


do 


Promoted to Coiporal. 


21 Appleton 


s 


Sept. 7 


Sick at Annapolis. 


18 Hope 


s 


do 




39 Camden 


s 


do 




24 Ellsworth 


s 


do 




18 


Hope 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



395 



Return of Company H, Eighth Regiment, (^Continued.') 









SilMustr'd 




Names. 


£ 


Residence. 


feci into 


Remarks. 




< 




Sin 

s 


D.S.Ser 




Packard, Horace P. 


39 


Hope . 


Sept. 7 




Pinkham, Warren 


23 


Washington 


M 


do 




Patterson, Franklin 


19 


Belfast 


S 


Sept. 9 




Patridge, George W. 


19 


Somerville 


s 


do 




Pottle, Nathaniel J. 


20 


Searsmont 


s 


do 




Richards, Emery 


18 


Belfast 


s 


Sept. 7 




Eobbins, Enoch W. 


28|Searsport 


s 


do 




Stevens, Frederic A. 


18! Monroe 


s 


do 




Smith, Dustan 


21 Clinton 


s 


Sept. 9 


Discharged. Disability. 


Taylor, Jacob 


43 Belmont 


M 


Sept. 7 




Vickery, Alfred P. 


18 Waldo 


s 


do 




Wasgatt, George 


26 Rockland 


M 


do 




Waterman, Lewis A. 


18 Hope 




do 




Weed, Levi 


28 Camden 


M 


Sept. 9 




Wentworth, Benjamin 


27 


Searsmont 


M 


do 




Young, Charles H. 


-21 


N. Yarmouth 


S 


do 





396 adjutant-general's report. 

Mecapitulation of Company H, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans 
ferred. 

1 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Corn. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

1 
46 


2 






1 
1 


1 






3 
13 

1 
50 


Total 62 


2 




1 2 


1 


' 1 


67 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 





Present. 


Absent. 
















On 


In 

Akbest. 






On 








For Duty. 




Sick. 




Special 




SieE. 


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Duty. 






Service. 












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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




1 


Names. 


< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


John F. Milliken 


40 


Captain 


Belfast 


Sept. 5 




2 


Edward A. True 


24 


1st Lieut. 


Hope 


do 




3 


Charles E. Howard 


22 


2d Lieut. 


Portland 


do 




1 


Horace Rolfe 


24 


Sergeant 


Belfast 


Sept. 7 




2 
3 
4 


George Dolly 


25 


do 


Ruinford 


do 




George W. Nickerson 


22 


do 


Swanville 


Sept. 7 




5 


John Stevens, Jr. 


27 do 


Morrill 


Oct. 8 




1 


Albert 0. Bills 


20 


Corporal 


Hope 


Oct. 8 


• 


2 


John Alien 


20 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Noah T>. Dunton 


18 


do 


do 


do' 




4 


Ephraim W. Wiley 


24 


do 


Belfast 


do 


, 


5 


Alonzo Brown 


18 


do 


Montville 


do 




6 


James G. Harding 


19 


do 


Waldo 


do 




7 


Eli C. Merriam 


22 


do 


Morrill 


do 




8 


Charles E. Carr 


18 


do 


Waldo 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



897 



lleturn of Capt. "William M. Mc Arthur, Company I, Eighth Regiment Infantry, ^aine 
Volunteers, 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 seventh day of September, 1861. 

WILLIAM M. McARTHUR, Captain. 



Names. 



commiss'd officers. 
"William M. McArthur, 
Charles H. Robinson, 
•John E. McUrda. 

SERGEANTS. 

Horace Ingraham, 
Joseph Small, 
William H. Gifford, 
John M. Tyler, 
Henry E. Tozier. 

CORPORALS. 

Edwin D. Pinkham, 
William Stockdale, 
John L. Taylor, 
George Osgood, 
Walter H. Hill, 
James Osgood, 
Solomon Benner, 
Elliot O. Robinson. 

MUSICIANS. 

True P. Prescott, 
John W. Sayward. 

WAGONER. 

William B. Robinson. 

PRIVATES. 

Austin, James 
Briggs, John H. 
Buffum,' George W. 
Bushier, Mark E. 
Bushier, Levi 
Burnell, Henry L. 
Butler, Thomas 
Blackstone, Daniel 
Clement, Appleton R. 
Dusty, James 
Ellery, Nathaniel 
Grey, Lewis 
Grant, George 
Guppy, Stillman 
Hoole, Thomas G. 
Ingraham, Thomas F. 
Johnson, Charles W. 
Keay, Edwin A. 
Knights, John K. 
Lamson, Benjamin 
Lunt, William H. 
Ludwig, James, Jr. 
McUrda, Ephraim T. 
McUrda, Alonzo B. 
Morrison, Walter H. 
Norris, William H. 
Oeward, Paul 
Pollard, Joseph H. 
Parker, Samuel 
Perry, George 





:_2 .Mustr'dl 


g, Residence. 




into 


< < 


;a U.S.Ser. 


29 Limington 


S Sept. 7 


33 Unity 


M 'Sept. 9 


37 Jefterson 


M . 


Sept. 7 


26 Augusta 


S 


do 


21 Limington 


s 


do 


23 Albion 


M 


do 


23 Limington 


S 


do 


24 Waterville 


s 


do 


21 Waldoboro' 


M 


do 


23 Boston, Mass. 


M 


do 


22 Pownal 


S 


do 


19 Exeter 


S 


do 


19 do 


s 


do 


45 Hiram 


M 


do 


38 Waldoboro' 


M 


do 


24 Westbrook 


M 


do 


23 Appleton 


S 


do 


40 Thorndike 


M 


Sept. 9 


37 Albion 


S 


Sept. 7 


,23 Albion 


S 


do 


29 Dexter 


s 


do 


18 Skowhegan 


s 


do 


1 8 Freedom 


s 


do 


18 Waterville 


s 


do 


20 Baldwin 


s 


do 


20 Waterville 


s 


do 


45 do 


M 


do 


ISMontville 


s 


do 


18 Waterville 


s 


do 


26 Hallo well 


M 


do 


19 Pittston 


s 


do 


19 Knox 


s 


do 


21 Corinth 


s 


do 


26 Brunswick 


s 


do 


18 Augusta 


s 


do 


18 Waldoboro' 


s 


do 


1 8 Augusta 


s 


do 


26 Portland 


s 


dp 


18 Vassalhoro' 


s 


do 


18 Brunswick 


s 


do 


29 Waldoboro' 


s 


do 


22 Jeiferson 


s 


do 


18 do 


s 


do 


18 Albion 


s 


do 


1 8 Limington 


s 


do 


20J Waterville 


s 


do 


18 Brunswick 


s 


do 


44 Hiram 


M 


do 


1 9 Waterville 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



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. 



398 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company I, Eighth Regiment, ( Continued.') 









O a! 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


a 


Residence. 


c"^ 


into 


Remarks. 




< 

20 




Sec 


U.S.Ser. 




Renco, Moses 


Waterville 


S 


Sept. 7 




Reeves, Melzar D. 


19 


Jefferson 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Runnells, Frank B. 


19 


HallowcU 


s 


do 




Rankins, Lucius 


45 


Waterville 


M 


do 




Steward, Joseph 


18 


Bingham 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Staples, Orlando 


18 


Readfield 


s 


do 




Stinchfield, Charles E. 


18 


Brunswick 


s 


do 




Varney, Albert 


20 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


"Warren, George W. 


18 


Sandwich, N. 


s 


do 




York, Nicholas 


45 


CornviUe [H. 


M 


do 




Reynolds, Washington 


20 


Burnham 


s 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Merrill, William K. 


18 


Limington 


s 


do 




Lubier, Gott 


22 


Waterville 


s 


do 




Willis, William 


19 


Hallowell 


s 


do 




Kimball, George A. 


24 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Preo, Peter 


18 


Waterville 


s 


do 




Lane, John M. 


45 


Jefferson 


M 


do 




Stimpson, Warren 


19 


Brunswick 


s 


Sept. 9 


Discharged for disability. 


Briggs, Franklin S. 


18 


Wintlirop 


R 


Sept. 7 


« u 


Perry, Charles 


18 


Waterville 


s 


do 




Brown, Franklin 


18 


Brunswick 


s 


Sept. 9 


Taken on habeas corpus. 



APPENDIX D. 



399 



Recapitulation of Company I, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 








Fit for 
D\ity. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ers. 


serted. 


ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

7 

2 

43 


2 
6 














3 

9 

2 

49 


Total 


55 


8 










, 
' 


63 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 






On. 




For Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




















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Present Orgofliization of the Company. 













Date of 




= 


Names. 


M 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


l<5 




< 






ment. 




1 


William M. McArthur 


29 Captain 


Limington 


Sept. 3 




2 


Charles H. Robinson 


33 1st Lieut. 


Unity 


do 




3 


John E. McUrda 


37 


2d Lieut 


Jefferson 


Sept. 4 




1 


Joseph Small 


21 


Sergeant 


Limington 


Nov. 1 




2 


Horace Ini^raham 


26 


do 


Augusta 


do 




3 


John M. Tyler 


24 


do 


Limington 


Sept. 7 




4 


Henry E. Tozier 




do 


Waterville 


do 




5 


William Stockdale 




do 


Boston, Mass. 


Sept. 




1 


Edwin D. Pinkhara 


21 


Corporal 


Waldoboro' 


Sept. 7 




2' Walter H. Hill 


19 


do 


Kxcter 


do 




3 


James Ostiood 


45 


do 


Hiram 


do 




4 


Solomon Beuner 


38 


do 


Waldoboro' 


do 





400 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. John Conant, Company K, Eifrhth Reg^iment Infantry, Maine Volun- 
teers, expressinjj; 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 en- 
tered the service of the United States, on the seventh dav of September, 1861. 

JOHN CONANT, Captain. 





. 


j 


CO Mustr'd 




Names. 


< 


Residence. 


':'5; into 
SK U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 


commiss'd officers. 










John Conant, 


47 


Bangor 


M 


Sept. 7 




Henry Brawn, 


29 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




Hillman Smith. 


26 


Bradley 


S 


do 




SERGEAXTS. 












Kendall Pollard, 


26 


Brownville 


s 


do 


Sick at Port J?oyal. 


Fernando Jellison, 


26 


Milford 


s 


Sept. 9 




John McCowan, 


37 


Lagrange 


s 


do 


Sick at Port Royal. 


Aurelius Stevens, 


.36 


do 


M 


Sept. 7 




Benjamin F. Brookins. 


28 


Bradford 


M 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Hiram N. Parker, 


21 


Glenburn 


s 


do 




Ephraim P. White, 


39 


Lowell 


M 


do 




Jonathan Knowles, 


28 


Lagrange 


M 


do 




James Sawyer, 


34 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




Palmer Lovejoy, 


23 


Medford 


S 


do 




Edward M. Storer, 


21 


Bradford 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Isaac Elliot, 


39 


Medford 


M 


do 


(< (< 


George A. Baubling. 


21 


Bradley 


S 


do 




MUSICIAN. 












Abram L. Sanborn. 


16 


Lagrange 


s 


Sept. 9 




WAGONERS. 












Joshua Decker, Jr., 


45 


do 


M 


Sept. 7 




Sylvester Hardy. 


41 


Boston 


s 


do 




privat:es. 












Burk, Thomas 


36 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Boober, Jeremiah 


46 


Lagrange 


M 


do 




Bragdon, Sylvanus 


21 


Orono 


S 






Boober, Daniel R. 


18 


Lagrange 


S 






Brown, Thomas D. 


21 


Argyle 


s 


do 




Bryant, Wm. H. 


20 


Lagrange 


s 


do 




Bean, Jeremiah 


27 


do 


M 


do 




Bennett, Edward 


25 


Hartford, Ct. 


s 


do 




Blanchard, Edwin 


18 


Exeter 


s 






Conant, Augustus C. 


18 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Clewly, Alvah A. 


18 


Bradley 


s 


do 




Collins, Howard 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Cary, Alvin L. 


21 


Lagrange 


s 


do 




Carlton, Patrick 


48 


Bangor 


M 


do 




Commier, William 


25 


Oldtown 


s 


do 




Caswell. William 


29 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Curley, James 


31 


do 


s 


do 




Danforth, Stephen, 2d 


18 


Lagrange 


s 


do 




Danforth, Samuel P. 


21 


Argvle 


s 


do 




Emerson, William P. 


20 


Bradford 


s 


do 




Farnham, John A. 


28 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Grant, Moses 


48 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




Hinkley, Benjamin P. 


22 


Lagrange 


s 


do 




Hogan, Israel L. 


33 


Greenfield 


M 


do 




Hall, Jackson 


28 


Bangor 


S 


do 


Discharged. Disability. 


Huston, George N. 


36 


Bradford 


M 


do 




Johnston, Nathaniel 


28 


Winterport 


M 


do 




Jewett, D. Lewellyn 


21 


Sangerville 


S 






Knox, David 


27 


Oldtown 


S 


do 




Keliher, Leonard B. 


21 


Lagrange 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



401 



Return of Compamj K, Eighth Regiment, (^Continued.) 





~ 




u • 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


Ul 


Resilience. 




into 


Remarks. 




<! 




SS 


U.S Ser. 




Littlefield, Charles H. 


18 


Lagrange. 


S 


Sept. 7 




Lamphier, Samuel 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Moores, Isaac 


24 


Oldtown 


s 


do 




McDonald, Malcolm 


24 


Argyle 


s 


do 




McClure, Joseph A. 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Page, Joshua M. 


43 


Charleston 


s 


do 




Richardson, Hezekiah 


47 


Greenhush 


M 


do 




Richardson, George 


43 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




Roberts, Abijah A. 


24 


Bangor 


s 


do 




Spaulding, John A. 


22 


Oldtown 


]M 






Sawyer, Horatio B. 


18 


Bradley 


S 


. 




Spring, Luther W. 


30 


Lagrange 


s 


do 




Smith, Milton 


19 


Newburg 


s 






Stetson, Rodney C. 


17 


Bangor 


s 


Sept. 7 




Spring, Edward 


21 


Lagrange 


s 


do 




Spalding, Alpheus 


43 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




Spaulding, William 


46 


do 


M 






Sawyer, Ether 


20 


Medford 


s 






Sawyer, Alfred F. 


18 


do 


s 






Smith, William H. 


21 


Alton 


s 






Sanborn, Joseph 


36 


Lagrange 


M 




Sick at Port Royal. 


Thornton, John 


19 


Bangor 


s 






Thomas, Alanson C. 


25 


do 


s 






Taylor, John L. 


21 


Hampden 


s 






Witham, Peter W. 


18 


Greenfield 


s 


do 




Wentworth, Nathaniel 


22 


Bangor 


s 






Willett, Charles 


18 


Oldtown 


s 






Willett, David 


20 


Milford 


s 






Innman, Stephen 


35 


do 


M 






Booden, Charles 


45 


Lagrange 


s 






Folsom, William H. 


25 


Greenbush 


s 


Sept. 9 




Thomas, Calvin C. 


18 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 


Sick at Port Royal. 


Sanborn, William 


45 


Lagrange 


M 


do 




Avery, John H. 


47 


Greenbush 


M 


do 




Pratt, Simeon 


21 


do 


M 


do 




Riggs, George W. 


34 


do 


M 


do 




Tasker, Columbus D. 


36 


do 


M 


do 


Died at Washington, Oct. 


Freeze, Retire 


47 


Lagrange 


M 


do 


Sick at Annapolis. 


Partridge, William 


37 


Oldtown 


M 


do 





402 adjutaxt-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company K, Eighth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 


nic 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
(erred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ceased, charged. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

3 
63 


2 
3 








1 
1 






3 

13 

4 
67 


Total 


80 


5 






2 






87 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















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On 








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Special 
Duty. 


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• 


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1 




Date of 




o 


Names. 


KL 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


^ 




< 






ment. 




1 


John Conant 


46 


Captain 


Bangor 


Sept. 4 




2 


Henry Brawn 


29 


1st Lieut. 


Oldtown 


do 




3 


Hillman Smith 


26 


2d Lieut. 


Bradley 


do 




1 


Kendall Pollard 


25 


Sergeant 


Browmville 


Sept. 7 




2 


Fernando Jellison 


26 


do 


Milford 


do 




3 


John McCowan 


37 


do 


Lagrange 


do 




4 


Aurelius Stevens 


36 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Hiram N. Parker 


21 


Corporal 


Glcnburn 


Sept. 7 




2 


Epln-aim P. Wliite 


39 


do 


Greenfield 


do 




3 


Jonathan Knowles 


28 


do 


Lagrange 


do 




4 


James Sawyer 


34 


do 


Oldtown 


do 




5 


Pahncr Lovejoy 


23 


do 


Med ford 


do 




6 


Edward M. Storer 


21 


do 


Bradford 


do 




7 


Isaac Elliot 


39 


do 


Mcdford 


do 




8 


George A. Baulding 


21 


do 


Bradley j 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



403 



PRESENT ORGANIZATION OF FIELD AND STAFF. 
EIGHTH REGIMENT. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Rank. 


John D. Rust 


Colonel 


Camden 


Dec. 14, 1861 


Ephriam Woodman* 


Lieutenant-Colonel 


Wilton 


do 


Joseph F. Tvvitchell 


Major 


Patten 


do 


Edward H. Reynolds 


'Adjutant 


Belfast 


Jan. 1.3, 1862 


Augustus H. Strickland 


Quartermaster 


Livermore 


Sept. 9, 1861 


Paul M. Fisher 


Surgeon 


Corinna 


Sept. 3, 1861 


Jonathan S. Houghton 


Assistant Surgeon 


Solon 


Sept. 7, 1861 



* Promoted from Major. 



404 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 
NINTH REGIMENT. 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers of Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 
showing changes which have taken place bi/ promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since 
entering service of the United States. 



Names. 



Eishworth Rich 
Coleman Hardinj^ 
Horatio Bisbee, Jr. 
Sabine Emery 
James C. M. Furbish 
John H. Lowell 
Joel Richardson 
Cyrus D. Tuck 
Temple Cutter 
Marshall P. Getchell 
Henry A. Gray 
Joshua G. Ross 
Leroy Hight 
Edward .P. Wyman 



Rank. 



Residence. °^** ^^'g^Pf"'"^- 



Colonel Portland 

Lieut. -Colonel Gorham 
Lieut.-Colonel^Canton 



Major 

Adjutant 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Asst.- Surgeon 

Chaplain 

Sergt. -Major 

Q'rm'r.-Sergt. 'Portland 

Com'y-Sergt. 1 do 

Com'y-Sergt. iScarboro' 

Hosp. Steward! Augusta 



Eastport 

Portland 

Hallowell 

Rockland 

Fairfield 

Skowhegan Dec 

Waterville 



Sept. 21, 1861 

do 
Jan. 8, 1862 

do 

do 

do 
Sept. 20, 1861 
Sept. 19, 1861 
7, 1861 



Remarks. 



Resigned. 



Present Commissary- 
[Sergeant. 



EEGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 


Rank. 


■D „-^„„„„ Date of Muster 
Residence. .^^^ ^^ g^ g^^^^ 


Remarks. 


Levi E. Bigelow 


Leader 


Skowhegan Sept. 22, 1861 




William C. Merrill 


Musician 


do 


do 




S. V. Robinson 


do 


do 


do 




F. G. Walker 


do 


do 


do 




John W. Warren 


do 


Comville 


do 




George F. Moore 


do 


Anson i do 




AbelD. Russell 


do 


Weld 


do 




David M Barker 


do 


Skowhegan 


do 




John McCrillis 


do 


do 


do 


\ 


George A. Barnard 


do 


do 


do 


Dyer W. Swett 


do 


Berwick 


do 




Elihu McCrillis 


do 


G. Falls. N.H. 


do 




John M. Came 


do 


N. Berwick 


do 


, 


William Plummer 


do 


Skowhegan 


do 




Ezra H. Snow 


■ do 


do 


do 


1 


Henry K. Sawyer 


do 


Norridgewock' do 




Marshall H. Dixlton 


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 D. 



405 



Return of Capt. George F. Granger, Company A, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on tlie morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taiien place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the twenty-second day of September, 
1861. GEORGE F. GRANGER, Captain. 











Mustr'd 




Names. 


61) 


Residence. 


C M 


into 


Remarks. 


/ 


< 




Sa5 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












George F. Granger, 


24 


Zlalais 


s 


Sep. 22 




Frederick A. Emery, 


24 


Eastport 


s 


do 




Joseph Noble. 


23 


Augusta 


s 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Amaziah N. Goodwin, 




Calais 


s 


do 




Horatio D. Barber, 




do 


M 


do 




Samuel A. Doten, 


23 


Baring 


s 


do 




Thomas J. Robinson, 


23 


Calais 


s 


do 




George S. Colbath. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Edward E. Collins, 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Thomas Flinn, 


23 


do 


M 


do 




William H. Simpson, 


23 


Baring 


s 


do 




William A. Babcock, 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Ira W. Bailey, 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Albert H. Prescott, 


23 


Calais 


s 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


Alvin Moon, 


19 


Princeton 


s 


do 


U il 


Michael Berry. 


20 


Calais 


s 


do 


Sick in Quarters. 


MUSICIANS. 












William C. Dill, 


49 


Gardiner 


M 


do 




S. A. Woodcock. 


15 


Calais 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 












Barney McGraw, 


24 


do 


M 


do 


Prisoner at Raleigh, N. C. 


PRIVATES. 












Berry, James 


22 


do 


S 


do 


Deserted at Boston. 


Berry, James H. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Beverly, Henry S. 


34 


Princeton 


s 


do 




Boyd, Edward 


21 


Calais 


s 


do 




Burby, George 


24 


Princeton 


s 


do 




Burgess, George F. 


19 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Brownell, Thomas 


23 


Fredericton 


s 


do 




Chism, John 


18 


Calais 


s 


do 




Carr, John A. 


23 


Baileyville 


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 


s 


do 




Campbell, Colin 


24 


Baring 


s 


do 




Doten, William B. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Davis, Horace M. 


23 


Calais 


s 


do 




Evard, Pautelle 


26 


Waterville 


s 


do 




Estes, Alvin 


43 


Calais 


s 


do 




EUsmore, George S. 


22 


do 


M 


do 




Ferrill, William 


18 


Princeton 






^ 


Foley, Nelson 


34 


Calais 


M 


do 




Finton, William 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Foley, Michael 


21 


Alexander 


s 


do 




Greenlaw, John A. 


22 


Calais 


s 


do 




Gillispie, Michael 


18 


Alexander 


s 


do 




Gonnua, George 


26 


Princeton 


s 


do 




Gillis, William A. 


19 


Calais 


s 


do 




Gardiner, John 0. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Hall, John H. 


20 


Baring 


s 


do 




Hickey, John H. 


19 


.Calais 


s 


do 





406 



adjutant-gexeral's report. 



Return of Company A, Ninth Regiment, ( Continued.} 



Names. 



HoKan, Jeremiah 
Hamilton, Horace C. 
Hill, Alexander 
Harper, John 
Hall, Henry A. 
Hopkins, Henry 
Haines, William F. 
Howe, John H. 
Kiddar, Joseph 
Logan, William M. 
Morse, John 
Mitchell, John 
Mcintosh, 

McGraw, Andrew J. 
McKusick, Thurston P 
McFarland, Bradford 
McCuUum, James 
McGraw, Andrew 
M'Cloud, Thomas 
Munson, Warren 
McGraw, Thomas A. 
McMalion, John 
Purrington, Alexander 
Perkins, Isaac 
Perkins, Dustin 
Phillips, David 
Rawlins, Andrew J. R. 
Ranco, Ahram 
Ross, Skeffino;ton T. 

Smith, 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, John 

Steen, James 

Thornton, Chas. W. N. 

Tripp, Robert 

Whitman, John 

White, Edward 

Wedman, Charles 

Woodcock, William D 

Woodman, John 

Wharff, Howard T. 

Morang, Aaron 

Leighton, Edward 



Residence. 



Calais 

Princeton 

Calais 
do 
do 

Eastport 

VV. Gardiner 
28 j Gardiner 
•22 Princeton 
39 Calais 
24 Baring 
25 1 Calais 
18| do 
ISiPrinceton 
18'Baring 
50 Augusta . 
23 Calais 
441 do 

Baring 

Crawford 

Calais 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Fredericton 

Anson 
igjWaterville 
19: Calais 
20 Baring 
23 Calais 

20 do 

21 Robbinston 
18' Calais 

Robbinston 

23 Calais 

24 Baileyville 
18 Princeton 

22 Crawford 
22 Calais 



do 
do 



35 Eastport 
21 Baring 
21 Calais 
18 do 

20 Baring 
45 Calais 
is! do 

21 Eastport 
24. Syracuse 



oii Mustr'di 
into 

SS U.S.Ser. 



Remarks. 



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 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sick at Hilton Head. 



Killed near Baltimore. 



APPENDIX D. • 407 

Recapitulation of Company A, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 




De- Trans- 
serted. ferred. 

1 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased. 


charged. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 

77 


2 


1 


2 






1 




3 

13 

3 

82 


. Total 


95 


2 


1 


2\ 


1 


1 




101 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 













Present. 
















Absent. 


















On 


In 
Arrest. 






On 








For Dut 


v. 


Sick. 




Special 




Sick. 


Special 
















Duty. 






































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Present C 


h-ganization of the Company. 














Date of 




o 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


;* 




< 

24 






iiient. 




1 


George F. Grang-er 


Captain 


Calais 


Sept. 22 




2 


Frederic A. Emery 


24 


1st Lieut. 


Eastport 


do 




3 


Joseph' Noble 


2.J 


2d Lieut. 


Augusta 


do 




1 


Amaziah N. Goodwin 


24 


Sergeant 


Lowell 


Oct 8 




2 


Horatio D. Barber 


24 


do 


Calais 


Sept. 20 




3 


Samuel A. Doten 


23 


do 


Baring 


do 




4 


Thomas J. Hohinson 


23 


do 


Calais 


do 




5 


George S. Colbath 


23 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Edward E. Collins 


19 


Corporal 


Calais 


Sept. 20 




2 


Thomas Flinn 


23 


do 


do 


do 




3 


William H Simpson 


23 


do 


Baring 


do 




4 


William A. Babcock 


21 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Ira W. Bailev 


19 


do 


do 


do 




6 


Aaron Morang 


23 


do 


Eastport 


Oct. 6 




7 


James Steen 


24 


do 


Calais 


Nov. 5 




8 


Michael Foley 


23 


do 


do 


Dec. 1 





408 



adjutant-general's report. 



Eetiirn of Capt. Zina H. Robinson, Company B, Ninth Regiment Infantry Maine 
VoUmteers, 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 twentv-sccond day of September, 
1861. ZINA H." ROBINSON, Captain. 



Names. 

COMMISs'd officers. 
Zina H. Robinson, 
Jonathan P. C. Fall, 
Alfred T. Robinson. 

SERGEANTS. 

Benjamin F. Whitten, 
Henry M. Jordan, 
Dennis Hagar, 
Benjamin F. Gage, 
Alexander Duley. 

CORPORALS. 

Daniel Fletcher, 
Samuel L. Silley, 
Richard B. Lawell, 
Joseph Durgin, 
Roswell Dunton, 
David E. Coombs, 
William Parshley, 
Oliver Doughty. 

MUSICIANS. 

George L. Corbett, 
Jesse H. Getchell. 

WAGONER. 

Elliot C. Duran. 

PRIVATES. 

Avery, Joseph 
Alexander, Asa J. 
Berry, Emery 
Blake, Clark 
Besse, Seward A. 
BlaeUraan, Wm. O. 
Boney, George 
Bo wker, Isaiah 
Blasden, Andrew M. 
Bennett, James H. 
Bennett, George E. 
Burce, Ali)honzo 
Crooker, AVoodman 
Corson, Reuben C. 
Colby, Cornelius 
Coffin, Henry B. 
Cross, Sidney T. 
• Cutler, James H. 
Doughty, Harvey M. 
Deney, Joseph 
Daughty, George E. 
Eaton, Edward R. 
Estes, Benjamin 
Cobb, IMiciiacl 
Fuller, David 
Foy, Edwin 
Freeman, William E. 
Goss, James F. 
Green, Charles W. 
Hinkley, Ephraim 




36 Bath 
35'Topsham 
39 Bath 



Topshara 

Poland 

Boothbay 

Paris 

Phipsburg 



40 do 

40 Georgetown 



Phipsburg 

Poland 

Gardiner 

Brunswick 

Bath 

Brunswick 

do 
do 

Poland 



Bath 

Brunswick 
do 

Boothbay 

Oxford 
ISiBath 
igjOxford 

19 Phipsburg 
Brunswick 

do 
do 
Hebron 
Bath 
I gl Brunswick 
24 do 
18 do 

20 Bethel 
23 Minot 

Brunswick 

do 
• do 

do 
Durham 
Bath 
Brunswick 

do% 

do 
Minot 
Phipsburg 
Strong 



OS 


Mustr 'd 


C Ml 


into 


Sic 


U.S.Ser. 


S 


Sept.22 


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 


u 


do 


s 


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 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Sick with fever at Washington. 



Prisoner at Raleigh. 



Died at Washington, Oct. 8. 



Deceased on the voyage out. 



APPENDIX D. 



409 



Return of Company B, Ninth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Hunter, Robert D. 
Hand, William L. 
Hunter, Wildes 0. 
Haskell, Frederick K. 
Hallowell, Western 
Harris, Chase M. 
Jaqueth, Asa W. 
Knights, William 
Leach, Phineas 
Lowell, James H. 
Lowell, John 
Moody, Alonzo 
Munroe, Ed Ian M. 
Morse, Adalbert E. 
Martin, Isaac B. 
Manning, Marcus M. 
Mills, Solon H. 
Preble, Granville A. 
Pope, James H. 
Peterborough, Robert 
Potter, William S. 
Page, George M. 
Potter, James 
Russell, Edward 
Robbins, Miller B. 
Rogers, Randall 
Rogers, Alden 
Randall, Cyrus C. 
Ross, Thomas 
Smith, Samuel 
Small, William 
St. Clair, George A. 
Thompson, Collins P. 
Thayer, Pliny M. 
Webber, Loring S. 
Wilson, Jacob 
Whitney, Royall T. 
Walker, William H. 
Work, Lewis M. 
Whitman, Emore S. 
Walker, Melvin F. 
Welch, Milton W. 
Woodworth, Joseph 
Young, Warren W. 
York, Charles D. 
Cilley, William 



23iTopsham 

20j Portland 

20jTopsham 

19;Houlton 

22; China 

2l!Poland 

19[ Vassalboro' 

18i Poland 

32! Auburn 

ISJPhipsburg 

24 1 do 

Brunswick 

Paris 

Phipshurg 

Danville [Ms. 

Cambridgep't 

Bethel 

Boothbay 

Gardiner 
28 !Thoney Eagle 
24 Brunswick 



Residence. 



Phipsburg 

Bowdoin 

Harpswell 



24 Bath 



Phipsburg 

Bath 

Topsham 
do 

Minot 

Phipsburg 

Cherryfield 

Topsham 

Brunswick 

Phipsburg 
do 

Phillips 
22|Poland 
19|Topsham 
19 Hebron 
19;Portland 
18 Brunswick 
I9iBowdoin 
20jE. Livcrmore 
25lBrunswick 
42[Arrowsic 



^ QJ 


Mustr'd 


'-" ^ 


into 


SK 


U.S.Ser. 


s 


Sept.22 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


8 


do 


S 


do 


M 


Oct. 8 


S 


Sept.22 


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 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 



Deserted Oct. 20 at camp. 
Deserted Sept. 23. 



27 



410 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Recapitulation of Company B, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

2 
64 


1 
8 




1 


1 


1 


1 




3 
13 

3 
75 


Total 


81 


9 


1 1 


1 


1 


1 : 


94 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



Present. 



For Duty. 



3 10 54 67 



5 5 



On 

Special 

Duty. 



1 7 



In 
Arrest. 



^ a- 

o g 



1 4 85 



1 2 



On 

Special | 
Service. 



1 4 89 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




o 


Names. 


t 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


;« 




<! 






ment. 




1 


Zina H. Robinson 


36 


Captain 


Bath 


Sept. 19 




2 


Jonathan P. C. Fall 


35 


1st Lieut. 


Topsham 


do 




3 


Alfred T. Robinson 


39 


2d Lieut. 


Bath 


do 




1 


Benjamin F. Whitten 


25 


Sergeant 


Topsham 


Sept. 19 




2 


Henrv M. Jordan 


25 


do 


Poland 


do 




3 


Dennis Hairar 


22 


do 


Boo til bay 


do 




4 


Benjamin F. Gage 


18 


do 


Paris 


do 




5 


Alexander Duley 


40 


do 


Phipsburg 


do 




1 


Daniel Fletcher 


40 


Corporal 


Phipsburg 


Sept. 19 




2 


Samuel L. Silley 


40 


do 


Georgetown 


do 




3 


Richard B. Lowell 


28 


do 


Phipsburg 


do 




4 


Josepii H. Durgin 


23 


do 


Poland 


do 




5 


Kobert Duston 


23 


do 


Gardiner 


do 




6 


David E. Coombs 


24 


do 


Brunswick 


do 




7 


William Parshley 


33 


do 


Bath 


do 




8 


Oliver Doughty 


42 


do 


Brunswick 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



411 



Return of Capt. Thomas L. "Reed, Company C, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 tlie United States, on the twentv-second dav of September, 
1861. THOMAS L. REED, Captain. " 





_ 




goi 


Miistr'd 




Names. 


be 


Residence. 


si 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




gic 


U.S.Ser. 




COMMISS'd OFFICEKS. 










Thos. L. Reed, 


30 


Augusta 


s 


Sep. 22 




Henry Sewall, 


38 


do 


M 


do 




John L. Emerson. 


22 


Portland 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












James L. Thompson, 


26 


Augusta 


M 


do 




William Campbell, 


28 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


David L. Tracy, 


19 


Mercer 


S 


do 




George Coney, 


21 


Augusta 


M 


do 




George W. Brown. 


22 


Newport 


S 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Benjamin J. Hill, 


21 


Stetson 


s 


do 




Daniel B. Morey, 


2,5 


Augusta 


s 


do 


, 


Richard B. Hussey, 


26 


do 


M 


do 




Oscar M. Whiting, 


20 


Newport 


s 


do 




Harrison H. Blair, 


21 


Pitts ton 


s 


do 




William R. Anderson, 


19 


Augusta 


s 


do 




George F. Bachelder, 


26 


do 


M 


do 


Promoted to Corporal, Oct. 6. 


Gustavus H. Dinsmore. 


20 


Stetson 


s 


do 




MUSICIAN. 












William M. Stone. 


18 


Gardiner 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 












John H. Cunningham. 


22 


Stetson 


M 


do 


Prisoner at Raleigh, N. C. 


PRIVATES. 












Austin, Edward H. 


31 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Austin, Leeman 


21 


New Sharon 


s 


do 




Austin, Benjamin 


38 


Rome 


M 


do 




Adlay, Peter 


4.5 


Gardiner 


M 


do 




Billinss, Simeon 


50 


Plymouth 


M 


do 




Black,^ Eli 


27 


Augusta 


S 


do 




Brown, .Tohn F. 


20 


Read field 


s 


do 


Died at Hilton Head, Dec. 5. 


Bodge, John A. 


23 


Jefferson 


s 


do 


Deceased at sea. 


Berry, Daniel 


19 


Stetson 


s 


do 




Brown, Rinaldo 


21 


Chelsea 


s 


do 




Billington, Isaac P. 


28 


Augusta 


M 


do 




Brown, Chas. C. 


18 


Read field 


s 


do 




Bushea, William 


18 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Burnett, Nahum 


18 


Newport 


s 


do 




Blodgett, George 


30 


Bucksport 


M 


do 


On special duty at Augusta. 


Crockett, Ai 


26 


Carmel 


s 


do 




Cox, CIn-istopher F. 


35 


Auburn 


M 


do 




Code, John 


43 


Augusta 


M 


do 




Curtis, Charles 


27 


Mercer 


S 


do 




Clark, Henry 


24 


Augusta 


M 


do 




Dearbon, George W. 


19 


Biddeford 


s 


do 




Densmore, Allen T. 


43 


Stetson 


M 


do 




Fogs, George C. 


27 


Carmel 


M 


do 




Field, Charles W. 


19 


Brunswick 


S 


do 




Farmer, William 


43 


Dexter 


M 


do 




Farrcll, James 


45 


Vassalboro* 


M 


do 




Follctt, George B. 


21 


New Sharon 


S 


do 




Gordon, Daniel 


30 


Augusta 


s 


do 


Discharged for disability, Oct. 19. 


Gordon, Edward F. 


22 


New Sharon 


s 


do 




Grant, Edward 


30 


Boston 


s 


do 




Huston, William H. 


19 


Richmond 


s 


do 





412 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S EEPORT. 



Return of Company C, Ninth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Hackett, Ephraim W. 
Hutcherson, Henry 
Hewitt, VVm. H. 
Hanson, Phineas 
Heald, De Witt C. 
Ingraham, George 
Irwin, Joseph 
Johnson, Gilbert T. 
Larrabee, John II. 
Lewis, John 
Lisherness, William 
Leavitt, Allen 
Macomber, David 
Mitchell, William 
McMaster, John 
McMaster, John, Jr. 
McKenny, Oliver H. 
McDavitt, Alexander 
Merrill, Asa G. 
Mason, Ira 
Newell, Bargill S. 
Nickerson, Ingraham 
Paauette, Alexander 
Phi'lbrook, Ruel W. 
Parker, John 
Parker, Henry 
Reed, Silas 
Russell, Peter 

Saunders, Phineas L. 
Rice, George W. 

Spencer, Joseph H. 

Smith, John 

Stephens, Charles 

Stephens, James M. 

Savage, Alfred 

Stilkey, Charles 

Tavlor, George 

Taylor, William F. 

Tavlor, William H. 

Tripp, Abijah W. 

Waire, Jones M. 

Wright, Josiah 

Witham, James 

Varnev, Aaron C. 

York, "Charles B. 



1 


°i| 


Mustr'd 


® Residence. 


i 2? 


into 


<: 

22 Avon 


Sec . 


a.S.Ser. 


s 


Sep. 22 


48 Augusta 


M 


do 


27 Windsor 


S 


do 


19 Palmyra 


s 


do 


22 Stetson 


s 


do 


21 1 Augusta 


s 


do 


18 Chelsea 


s 


do 


18 Lisbon 


s 


do 


18 Augusta 


s 


do 


32 Newcastle 


s 


do 


44 Windsor 


M 


do 


20 Smithfield 


M 


do 


30 1 Jay 


s 


do 


41 'Richmond 


M 


do 


38 Augusta 


]M 


do 


18! do 


S 


do 


19 Stetson 


s 


do 


18i Augusta 


s 


do 


26 New Sharon 


s 


do 


43 Manchester 


M 


do 


19 Gardiner 


s 


do 


33 do 


M 


do 


21 Fairfield 


S 


do 


32 Etna 


M 


do 


27 Augusta 


M 


do 


25 do 


]M 


do 


25 do 


M 


do 


52 do 


M 


do 


18 Etna 


S 


do 


29 Farmingdale 


s 


do 


20 j Manchester 


s 


do 


39 Dexter 


M 


do 


21 Somerville 


s 


do 


19 Etna 


s 


do 


24 Augusta 


M 


do 


44 do 


M 


do 


36 do 


M 


do 


23 Gardiner 


M 


do 


34 Augusta 


M 


do 


33 Gardiner 


s 


do 


27 Litchfield 


s 


do 


28 Avon 


M 


do 


51 Gardiner 


M 


do 


28 Auausta 


M 


do 


ISBiddeford 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Deserted at Annapolis. 



Discharged for disability, Oct. 19. 



I Sick at Hilton Head. 



APPENDIX D. 



413 



Recapitulation of Company C, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

2 
66 


1 

4 




1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


3 

13 

4 

74 


Total 


83 i 5 ' 


1 


1 


2 1 


1 


9-t 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 

















Present, 


















Absent, 


















On 


In 








On 










Sick, 










Sick 


, 


Special 
















DUTV, 


Arrest. 








Service. 












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Present Organization of the Company. 





Names. 


?r 


Rank. 


Residence. 


z 




< 






1 


Thomas L. Reed 


30 


Captain 


Augusta 


2 


Henry Sewall 


38 


I St Lieut. 


do 


3 


John L. Emerson 


22 


2d Lieut. 


Portland 


1 


.James L. Thompson 


26 


Sergeant 


Augusta 


2 


William Campbell 


28 


do 


do 


3 


David L. Tracy 


19 


do 


Mercer 


4 


George Coney 


21 


do 


Augusta 


5 


George W. Brown 


22 


do 


Newport 


1 


Benjamin J. Hill 


21 


Corporal 


Stetson 


2 


Daniel B Morey 


25 


do 


Augusta 


3 


Richard B. Hussey 


26 


do 


do 


4 


Oscar M. Whiting 


20 


do 


Newport 


5 


Harrison H. Blair 


21 


do 


Pittston 


6 


William R. Anderson 


19 


do 


Augusta 


7 


George F. Batcheldcr 


26 


do 


do 


8 


Gustavus H. Densmore 


20 


do 


Stetson 



Date of 




Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


Sept. 16 
do 




do 




Sept. 17 
do 




do 




do 




do 




Sept. 17 
do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




Oct. 6 




Sept. 17 





414 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. William F. Baker, Company D, Ninth Ecgimcnt Infantrj-, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 Uaited States, on the twentv-second dav of September, 
1861. WILLIAM F. BAKER, Captain. 



Names 



COM.MISS B OFFICERS 

William F. Baker, 
Wiiitbrop H. Hall, 
Sylvester B. Troy. 

SERGEANTS. 

Lewis Cross, 
J. Erving Shepard, 
Stephen H. Moshier, 
Moody M Watson, 
James S. Graham. 

CORPORALS. 

Bradford Robinson, 
Eugene F. Goodrich, 
Samuel S. Hamden, 
Allen H. Cook, 
Thomas Slying, 
H. Lyman Bixi^y, 
Elisha W. Vittiira, 
Isaac Fulsom. 

MUSICIANS. 

Daniel W. Marston, 
Eben Waldron. 

WAGONER. 

George Kaynliard. 

PRIVATES. 

Bean, Joseph, Jr. 
Beal, Lorenzo J. 
Bigelow, Nelson 
Bachelder, Justin E. 
Burce, John C- 
Bunker, Robert 
Bigelow, Calvin 
Crocker, Emulus 
Claxton, James 
Chad wick, John A. 
Crowell, Theodore B. 
Cliandler. David H. 
Duton, Thomas F. 
Dunton, Oliver C. 
Dinsmore, John W. 
Dugan, George W. 
Day, Stephen H. 
Fee, Daniel 
Frederic, Cushman W. 
Frederic, Llewllyn 
Frederic, Martin W. 
Fogg, Sylvan us 
Fulsom, Amos Q. 
Farris, John 
Fairhrother. George W 
Frost, Emanuel Q. 
Gould, Joim G. 
Harding. Charles H. 
' Holt, Calvin 
Hinton, Frederic 



Residence. 



25 Moscow 

24 Palmyra 
21 1 Wellington 

18 Solon 
26'Concord 

25 Rome 
20 Hartland 
27 [Bingham 

21jCornville 

18jBingham 

27 1 Phillips [H 

27!Bcthlehem,N. 

Sl^Solon 

20 NoiTidgewock 

27 1 Concord 

20 Cornville 

15 Phillips 

19 Hartland 



23 



Bingham 



Concord 
Norridgewock 
St. Albans 

igJFoxcroft 

27 Industry 



Athens 
St. Albans 
20 Farmington 
18|Norridgewock 
19! St. All)ans 

20 Smithtield 
19, St. Albans 

21 Starks 
27 1 Concord 
18i do 

43; Harmony 
2liWinthrop 
20, Concord 
28 1 Starks 

24 do 
23 do 

25 Cornville 
27; do 

19 China 

19 Hartland 
18 St. Albans 
28 Skowhegan 
IslStarks 

31 Bingham 

20 Hartland 



Miistr'd 

nto 
U.S.Ser. 

Sept.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 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



Reduced to ranks. 
Deserted Oct. 5. 
Reduced to ranks. 

Sick in hospital. 
Prisoner at Raleigh. 



Sick in hospital. 
Sick in hospital. 



Sick in hospital. 
Promoted to 7 th Corporal. 



APPENDIX D. 



415 



Return of Company D, Ninth Regiment, (^Continued.') 





— 




u • 


Miistr'd 






Names. 


CD 

< 


Residence. 




into 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




Hinton, La Forrest 


•21 


Hartland 


s 


Sept22 


Sick in hospital. 




Handy, Frank 


18 


Norridgewock 


s 


do 






Haley, Mark 


19 


Corn VI He 


s 


do 






Hoit, John 


26 


Portland 


s 


do 


Deserted Sept. 23. 




Hutchinson, Charles 


31 


Athens 


s 


do 


K << 




Jewell, David 


21 


Cornville 


s 


do 






Jones, Henry W. 


21 


Fairfield 


s 


do 






Kimball, Joseph 


18 


Skpwhegan 


s 


do 


Deceased at Fortress Monroe 




Keene, John W. 


26 


Bangor 


s 


do 






Lakey, Nicolas 


27 


Bingham 


s 


do 






Libby, Alvanah 


19 


China 


s 


do 






Mclntire, Arthur 


19 


Home 


s 


do 






McKinley, John 


45 


Moscow 


M 


do 






Moshier, Wheelock 


20 


Rome 


s 


do 






Moody, Caleb 


25 


Madison 


s 


do 


Deserted Sept. 23. 




McCrillis, Nathaniel 


25 


Moscow 


s 


do 






Norton, Henry E. 


18 


Starks 


s 


do 






Niitt, Franklin B. 


22 


Burnham 


s 


do 






Piehe, Ze|jhinia 


25 


Moose River 


s 


do 






Power, John 


21 


Bingham 


s 


do 


Sick in hospital. 




Packard, Robert M. 


19 


Noriidgewock 


s 


do 






Peirce, Obed W. 


27 


Moscow 


M 


do 


Sick in Washington. 




Prescott, Jasou M. 


21 


Hartland 


s 


do 






Quiniby, Reuben F. 


27 


Starks 


s 


do 






Russell, Delano 


18 


Bingham 


s 


do 






Sawtelle, Orlando 


21 


Starks 


s 


do 






Smith, Samuel 


19 


Cornville 


s 


do 






Sands, William 


18 


Moose River 


s 


do 






Spuney, Reuben F. 


19 


Starks 


s 


do 






Stafford, Leonard J. 


20 


Hartland 


s 


do 






Seekins, Charles 


18 


Albion 


s 


do 






Swain, Joseph W. 


19 


Hallowell 


s 


do 






Stickney, William P. 


19 


Phillips 


s 


do 






Stinchfiekl, Lorenzo M. 


17 


St. Albans 


s 


do 






Smith, Alfred 


25 


Moscow 




do 






Towne, Abishia 


43 


Concord 


M 


do 






Tucker, Joseph S. 


26 


Foxeroft 


s 


do 






Watson, Solomon J. 


26 


Hartland 


s 


do 






Witham. Andrew 


27 


Concord 


s 


do 






Watt, William 


25 


Moose River 


s 


do 






Welch, Nelson M. 


18 


Harmony 


s 


do 






Welch, John 0. 


20 


do 


s 


do 






Wood, James H. 


21 


Burnham 


s 


do 






Marston, Daniel 


45 


Phillips 


M 


do 






Baker, Cyrus 


24 


Moscow 


M 


do 


Promoted to Corporal, Oct. 


17. 


Baker, Cyrus M. 


20 


1 do 


s 


do 


(( U <( 





416 adjutant-general's repoet. 

Recapitulation of Company D, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

2 
72 


1 




1 


1 




1 

3 




3 

13 

3 

77 


Total 


89 


1 




1 


1 




4 




96 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 














1 




Absent. 












On 


In 
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c 


Names. 


«3 

be 


Kank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


id 




■< 






ment. 




1 


William F. Baker 


25 


Captain 


Moscow 


Sept. 18 




2 


Winthrop H. Hall 


24 


1st Lieut. Palmvra 


Sept. 20 




3 


Sylvester B. Troy 


21 


2d Lieut. Welington 


do 




1 


Levpis Cross 


18 


Sergeant Solon 


Sept. 15 




2 


James E. Shepard 


26 


do 1 Concord 


do 


Color Sergeant. 


3 


Stephen H. Mosliier 


25 


do iRome 


do 




4 


Moody M. Watson 


21 


do Hartland 


do 




5 


Janies S. Graham 


27 


do Bingham 


do 




1 


Eu£?ene F. Goodrich 


19 


1 
Corporal Bingham [H. 


Sept. 15 




2 


Alien H. Cook 


27 


do Bethlehem N. 


do 




3 


H. Lvman Bixby 


20 


do Norridgcwock 


do 




4 


Elisha W. Vittum 


27 


do 


Concord 


do 




5 


Isaac Fulsom 


20 


do 


Cornvjlle 


do 




6 


Cyrus Baker 


24 


do 


Moscow 


Oct. 17 




7 


Daniel Fee 


20 


do 


Concord 


do 




8 


Cyrus M. Baker 


20 


do 


Moscow » 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



417 



Return of Capt. Edwin W. Wedgwood, Company E, Ninth Regiment Infantrj', Maine 
Volunteers, 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 twentv-second dav of September, 
1861. EDWIN W. WEDGWOOD, Captain. 



commiss'd officers. 
Edwin W. Wedgwood, 
Ansel G. Marston, 
John H. Andrews. 

SERGEANTS. 

Levi F. McKenney, 
John A. Kelley, 
Nelson Towle, 
Charles W. Butterfield, 
Hanson C. Smith. 

CORPORALS. 

William Fogg, 
William King, 
James S. Hill, 
Melville C. Burnell, 
John S. Gilpatrick, 
Albion H. Parker, 
Levi Stone, Jr., 
Wellington Towle. 

MUSICIANS. 

George A. Ham, 
Daniel Rounds. 

WAGONER. 

Enoch V/inship. 

PRIVATES. 

Atkinson, Joseph 
Abbott, William 
Abbott, David 
Abbott, Aaron M. 
Ayer, Simeon P. 
Bradley, John 
Boynton, Sylvester 
Brown, Joshua 
Binford, Thomas G. 
Bean, Frank 
Bachelder, Johnson 
Brown, Isaac L. 
Booth by, Edward 
Bumell, Alpheus 
Bradeen, Roscoe 
Brazier, Jeremiah G. 
Barrows, Daniel D. 
Boothby, Francis A., Jr. 
Cole, Joseph B. 
Cram, Leander E. 
Cole, Rinaldo 
Chapman, Isaac 
Drake, Hiram S. 
Durgin, Henry D. 
Day, Israel, Jr. 
Denning, William F. 
Eastman, Haskett 
Eastman, George E. 
Eastman, Albion L. 
Frost, Hiram 



29 do 
36 Saco 
22 Porter 
32 Hiram 
2l!Limington 

22jBrownfield 
43 Saco 
21 Hiram 
27|Baldwin 
30' Saco 
23 1 Cornish 
20 1 do 
20 Porter 



Residence. 



Cornish 

do 
Biddeford 



Cornish 
Baldwin 

Cornish 



do 
Biddeford 

do 
Saco 
Cornish 
do 
do 
do 
Baldwin 
IQlBrownfield 
21 [Denmark 
181 Hiram 
19 Standish 
ISj Baldwin 
19 Limington 
27 Hiram 



Saco 
do 

Cornish 
20, Baldwin 
20| Limington 
21 [Biddeford' 
20 1 Lowell, Mass. 
45 1 Porter 
20 Waterboro' 
2i;Oxford 
18|Parjonsfield 
18| Cornish 
201 do 
2olSpringvale 



Mustr'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 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



Deserted, Oct. 19. 



Hospital Nurse. 



Appointed 4th Sergeant, Oct. 19. 



Prisoner at Raleigh. 
Deceased at Washington. 



Appointed Corporal, Oct. 19. 



Appointed Corporal, Oct. 25. 



418 adjutant-general's report. 

Return of Company E, Ninth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



Fenderson, John P. 
Goodwin, Ivory F. 
Huntress, Alfred 
Jordan, J. Harrison 
Knioht, Frederick 
Kimball, Edgar 
Knight, John 
Linscott, David 
Linscott, John 
Linscott, Stephen 
Lord, Robert W. 
Mayo, Lorenzo 
Milliken, Charles M. 
Newbui'g, George O. 
Parker, Greenleaf W., Jr. 
Pierce, Henry A. 
Pugsley, Calvin 
Pluminer, Frank 
Pendexter, Gilman P. 
Pillshury, John H. 
Ramsell, J. Lewis 
Ramsell, Ira, Jr. 
Ridlon, Benjamin H. 
Roberts, G*orge A. 
Rounds, James C. 
• Rowe, David 
Sweetzer, George W. 
Stewart, Rnfiis 
Sands, William 
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, Charles H. 
Walker, Winfield S. 
Welch, Lewis E. 
Welch, Seth H. 
Warren, George W. 
Patterson, Oliver T. 
Haren, Octavius 



Residence. 



Mustr'd 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



24 Biddeford M 


Sep. 22 


27 Hiram M 


do 


21 do S 


do 


23 Saco S 


do 


21 Cornish S 


do 


19 Hiram S 


do 


1 9 Limerick S 


do 


21 Cornish S 


do 


22 do S 


do 


18 do S 


do 


18 Hiram S 


do 


25 Biddeford S 


do 


21 Saco S 


do 


20 Cornish S 


do 


18 Biddeford S 


do 


20 Hiram S 


do 


27 Cornish S 


do 


22 Saco ^ 


I do 


18 Cornish S 


do 


26 C. Elizabeth IV 


I do 


22 Parsonsfield S 


do 


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1 do 


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do 


20 Alfred ^ 


> do 


18 Baldwin S 


> do 


34 do S 


> do 


20 Saco ^ 


5 do 


25 Brownfield ? 


5 do 


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> do 


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> do 


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^ do 


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5 do 


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5 do 


32 Hiram ! 


5 do 


21 do * 


5 do 


20 Fryeburg 


3 


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5 


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3 


21 Hiram 


3 


40 do 


M 


33 do 


M 


22 Scarboro' 


S 


21 Limerick 


s 


17 do 


s 


20 Limington 


s 


19, Saco 


s 


19 Hiram 1 


s 



Remarks. 



Deserted, Oct. 19. 



Deseited at Washington. 



Deceased at Washington. 



Hospital cook. 



Hospital nurse. 



APPENDIX D. 419 

Recapitulation of Company E, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 


Trans- 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick, 


serted. 


ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
62 


10 




1 


2 




3 




3 

13 

3 

77 


Total 


80 


10 




1 


2 


3 




96 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



Present. 


Absent. 












On 


In 

Arre 








On 






For Duty. 




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Special 
Duty. 


ST. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




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Present 


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Date of 




o 


Names. 


bli 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


'A 




< 

41 






ment. 




1 


Edwin W. Wedtjwood 


Captain 


Cornish 


Sept. 21 




2 


Ansel G. Marston 


28 


1st Lieut, do 


do 




3 


John H. Andrews 


23 


2d Lieut 


Biddeford 


do 




1 


Levi F. McKenney 


29 


Sergeant 


Biddeford 


Sept. 21 




2 


John A. Kelley 


36 


do 


Saco 


do 




3 


Nelson Towle 


21 


do 


Porter 


do 




4 


Charles W. Butterfield 


32 


do 


Hiram 


do 




5 


Levi Stone, Jr. 


20 


do 


Cornish 


Oct. 19 




1 


William Fogrg 


21 


Corporal 


Brownfield 


Sept. 21 




2 William F. Denning 


21 


do 


Oxford 


Oct. 2.5 




3 James S Hill 


21 


do 


Hiram 


Sept. 21 




4 Melville C. Burnell 


27 


do 


Baldwin 


do 




''>iJohn S. Gilpatrick 


30 


do 


^aco 


do 




6 Alhion H. Parker 


23 


do 


Cornish 


do 




7; John Bradley 


24 


do 


do 


Oct. 19 




8 


Wellington Towle 


20 


do 


Porter 


Sept. 21 





420 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Horatio Bisbee, Jr., Company F, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of iJecember 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-tirst dav of September, 
1861. HORATIO BISBEE, Jr., Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

Horatio Bisbee, Jr., 
Elisha S. Bisbee, 
John Blake, 2d. 

SERGEANTS. 

Melville W. Emery, 
Benjamin F. Heald, 
William A. Barrows, 
Isaac Bonney, 
Isaiah Cushinan. 

CORPORALS. 

Hiram B. Bisbe\s, 
George W. Abbott, 
Alonzo F. Barrows, 
Orville Robinson, 
Elisha Bisbee, 
Charles G. Perkins, 
Valorus A. Bearce, 
Freeman L. Wyman. 

MUSICIAN. 

Albert H. Heald. 

WAGONER. 

George W. Haskell. 

PRIVATES. 

Abbott, Jaines J. 
Abbott, William G. 
Abbott, Richard W. 
Andrews, David 
Barrows, Thomas H. 
Barrows, Harlan C. 
Bartlett, Lewis C. 
Berry, William D. 
Berry, Zeri 
Brown, James L. 
Brown, Frank J. 
Bisbee, Ira W. 
Bonney, Charles B. 
Benson, Harden 
Blethen, Samuel W. 
Canwell, George W. F. 
Childs, Asamiah W. 
Childs, Mathew H. 
Childs, Edwin B. 
Chase, William L. 
Cooper, Jarvis C. 
Caldwell, John A. 
Cleaves, Calvin H. 
Carleton, Thomas L. 
Cushman, J. Edwin 
Donham, Wellington W 
Dayman, James H. 
Deering, Llcwellvn E. 
Demeritt, Charles C. 
Denham, Frank Q. 
Emery, Freeman J. 







Si 


Mustr'd 




o 


Residence. 


C to 


into 


Remarks. 


< 




Sec 


U.S.Ser. 
Sept.21 




22 


C!anton 


s 




21 


Peru 


s 


do 




21 


Turner 


s 


do 




2.3 


Greenwood 


s 


do 




30 


Sumner 


s 


do 




37 


do 


M 


do 




34 


do 


M 


do 




35 


do 


S 


do 




21 


do 


S 


do 




25 


do 


u 


do 




26 


do 


M 


do 




42 


Peru 


M 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


18 


Canton 


S 


do 




19 


Woodstock 


s 


do 




22 


Hartford . 


s 


do 




20 


Paris 


s 


do 




30 


Sumner 


s 


do 






Peru 


M 


do 


Prisoner at Raleigh. 


17 


Sumner 


s 


do 




18 


do 


s 


do 




21 


Sandy R. PI. 


s 


do 




27 


Paris 


s 


do 




33 


Sumner 


M 


do 




23 


do 


s 


do 




24 


Hartford 


s 


do 


Cook. 


37 


Sumner 


M 


do 




31 


Paris 


M 


do 


Sick at Hilton Head. 


18 


do 


S 


do 




18 


do 


s 


do 




19 


do 


s 


do 




28 


Sumner 


M 


do 




23 


Paris 


s 


do 




28 


Madrid 


s 


do 




18 


Franklin 


s 


do 




18 


Canton 


s 


do 




46 


do 


]M 


do 




35 


do 


M 


do 




32 


Paris 


M 


do 




23 


do 


s 


do 




20 


Peru 


s 


do 




18 


Paris 


s 


do 


Orderly to Colonel. 


18 


Phillips 


s 


do 




19 


Avon 


s 


do 




18 


Paris 


s 


do 




22 


do 


M 


do 




19 


do 


s 


do 




20 


Peru 


s 


do 




20 


Greenwood 


s 


do 




27 


do 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



421 



Return of Company F, Ninth Regiment, ( Continued.} 



Emery, James N. 
Farrar, George T. 
Ford, Byron 
Frost, Sylvester 
Farnham, Sumner C- 
Hamnion, Joseph B. 
Gowell, Charles 
Gammon, Roscoe 
Hannaforci, Thos. J. 
Harlow, Wm. W. 
Hall,Willard 
Holland, Chas. L. 
Hiinnaford, Abijah D. 
Howe, Chas. L. F. 
Lane, James A. 
Mendall, Caleb 
Mendall, Gilson 
Murcii, Ira F. 
Murch, James D. 
Mclntire, David 
Parlin, Addison G. 
Proctor, Levi L. 
Proctor, Lucius L. 
Proctor, William II. 
Page, Martin L. 
Peabody, Cyrus S. 
Kyerson, John F. 

Ryerson, George W. 

Ryerson, Gustavus H. 

Howe, Daniel A. 

Robinson, George D. B 

Robbins, Richard R. 

Hammon, James H. 

Smith, William H. 

Swan, Ezra 

Swan, 0. G. 

Stevens, Roscoe G. 

Thorn, Edmund 

Thompson, George B. 

Vining, John Q. A. 

Warren, Daniel S. 

Whittier, Isaac P. 

Whitney, Jesse B. 

Wells, Moses C. 

Young, Atwood 

Youne:, David W. 



21 Greenwood 
32 Paris 
21 Sumner 
18 Peru 
18 Woodstock 
16 Peru 
44 Sumner 

1 8 Peru 

27 Dixfield 
23 Turner 
30 Sumner 

19 Dixfield 

20 do 

21 Paris 
18 Avon 

23 Hartford 

25 Canton 
23 Sumner 
27 Paris 

32 Dixfield 

26 Sumner 



do 
do 
do 
do 

is' Canton 
20 Sumner 
18| do 
18:Paris 

19 Sumner 
161 do 
261 do 

20 Peru 

18 Norway 

21 Paris 
23 do 

19 Sumner 
26i do 

19 Hartford 
23] Weld 
21 Sumner 
38 Salem 
26!Turner 
22|Phillips 
361 Paris 
25| do 



Mustr'd 

iiitu 
U.S.Ser. 



s 


Sept.21 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


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 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 




do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Hospital nurse. 



Sick in quarters. 



Sick in quarters. 
Cook. 



Sick in quarters. 
Deceased at Hilton Head. 
Sick in quarters. 



Sick at Fort Monroe. 



Promoted to Corporal. 



Died at Hilton Head, Nov. 15. 



Cook. 



422 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company F, Ninth Fegiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present <Sc Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


nia. 


Via 


^,.„. 






Fit for a„t 
Duty. 1 ^''^^■ 


Killed. 


charged, serted. (erred. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 1 

7 ' 6 
1 
49 26 




1 


2 








3 

13 

2 

77 


Total 


59 33 




1 


2 


: 1 95 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















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"~ 










Date of 




o 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Ranli or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


^ 




< 






ment. 




1 


Horatio Bisbee, Jr. 


22 


Captain 


Canton 


Sept. 19 




2 


Elisha S. Bisbee 


21 


1st Lieut. 


Peru 


do 




3 


John Blaise, 2d 


21 


2d Lieut. 


Turner 


do 




1 


Melville W. Emery 


23 


Sergeant 


Greenwood 


Sept. 19 




2 


Benjamin F. Ileald 


30 


do 


Sumner 


do 




3 


William A. Barrows 


37 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Isaac Bonney 


34 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Isaiah Cushman 


35 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Hiram B. Bisbee 


21 


Corporal 


Sumner 


Sept. 19 




2 


Gcorire W. Abbott 


25 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Alonzo F Barrows 


26 


do 


do 


do 




4 


James H. Hammon 


20 


do 


Peru 


Nov. 1 




5 


Elisha Bisbee 


18 


do 


Canton 


Sept. 19 




6 


Charles G Perkins 


19 


do 


Woodstock 


do 




7 


Valorus A. Boarce 


22 


do 


Hartford 


do 




8 


Freeman L. Wjman 


20 


do 


Paris 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



423 



Return of Capt. Enoch H. Hines, Company G, Ninth Eegiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the clianges that have taken phice in the Company since 
it entered the service of the United States, on the twenty-first day of September, 
1861. ENOCH H. HINES, Captain. 









oiJ 


Miistr'd 






Names. 


<0 


Residence. 




into 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




commiss'd officers. 












Enoch H. Hines, 


27 


Poulton 


M 


Sep. 21 






Robert J. Grey, 


21 


do 


S 


do 


, 




Charles 0. Brown. 


21 


Moro 


s 


do 






SERGEANTS. 














George H Mower, 


28 


Corinna 


s 


do 






Bradley Smith, 


21 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 






Ebenezer A. Harlow, 


21 


Canton 


s 


do 






George W. Harris, 


20 


Weston 


s 


do 






Seward Clough. 


21 


Linneus 


s 


do 






CORPORALS. 














Isaac S. Huntley, 


48 


Merrill PI. 


M 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




William Kandall, 


30 


Linneus 


S 


do 


« « 




Edward B. Sander on, 


22 


Prcsque Isle 


S 


do 






Harrison W. Mower, 


26 


Dexter , 


M 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




Gustavus F. Nutting, 


25 


Strong 


s 


do 






Charles H. Burgess, 


20 


Winslow 


s 


do 






Ariel R. Prescott, 


2.3 


Dexter 


M 


do 






David Mcpherson. 


2.3 


Ashland 


s 


do 






MUSICIANS. 














Trafton G. Ricker, 


26 


Ripley 


s 


do 






Reuben H. Penley. 


36 


Bethel 


M 


do 


Transferred from Co. H, Oct. 


15 


WAGONER. 














Bradford Marshall. 


31 


Linneus 


M 


do 


Prisoner at Raleigh. 




PRIVATES. 














Atherton, Daniel 


30 


Houlton 


S 


do 


In arrest. 




Atherton, Benjamin H. 


47 


do 


M 


do 






Ander>on, Daniel 


30 


Smyrna 


M 


do 






Austin, John 


20 


Rum ford 


S 


do 






Andrews, Reuben 


19 


Dixtield 


S 


do 






Either, William H. 


19 


Linneus 


s 


do 






Either, Charles 0. 


18 


do 


s 


do 


Prisoner at Raleigh. 




Boynton, Richmond 


22 


Somei-ville 


s 


do 






Brownell, Elias 


41 


Fairfield 


s 


do 






Bowdoin, Samuel G. 


22 


Ripley 


s 


do 






Craine, James N. 


21 


Linneus 


s 


do 






Campbell, William 


30 


Ox Bow 


s 


do 






Caro, John 


21 


do 


s 


do 






Codrey, John 


18 


Monticello 


s 


do 






Coburn, Bartholemew 


43 


Rum ford 


M 


do 






Cusliing, John E. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




Dillingham, Bertrand 


18 


Dix field 


s 


do 






Drake, Friend ' 


24 


Portage Lake 


s 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




Denipsev, 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. 


22 


Winslow 


s 


do 






Gcddis, William 


18 


Truro 


s 


do 






Gerrish, John 


22 


Linneus 


s 


do 






Gerry, James 


18 


Smyrna 


s 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




Gordon, Winslow J. 


19 


Dexter 


s 


do 






Greenlief, George H. 


22 


New Sharon 


s 


do 







424 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company G, Ninth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



Hanson, Frederic 
Hinkley. Leonard B. 
Johnstone, Daniel 
Jordan, Lewis G. 
Jacobs, Hennon 
Kelly, James W. 
King, John 
Lord, George W. 
Lord, Benjamin F. 
Lidon. John 
Lyon, Ira B. 
Mahan, John 
Montgomery, William 
Mangan, John 
Mower, Roscoe W. 
Megguier, George E. 
Monroe, Hugh 
McHugh, Charles 
Miller, William 
Morrison, David J. 
Noonan, David 
Neely, Joseph 
Plunket, Mathew 
Philbrook, Peter N. 
Pratt, Hiram P. 
Page, Edgar F. 
Palmer, Albert S. 
Pelton, James M. 
Ryan, John 
Russell, Asa S. 
Sturtivant, Abisha S. 
Sullivan, Stephen O. 
Spraggs, George T. 
Sinclair, Sidney H. 
Snow, David S. 
Smith, James 
Tilly, William 
Twist, Hiram 
Thompson, HoUis 
Watts, Robert B. 
Webb, Joseph L 
Webber, Atulrew 
Winslow, Elijah 
Weymouth, Henry F. 
Whitcomb, Reuel 
CooU, Morton A. 
Grant. Silas G. 
Porter, James M. 
Craine, Levi 



Residence. 



24 St. Andrews 
35 Smyrna 

21 Ashland 

Ripley 

Rum ford 

Ashland 

Boston 

Ri]jlcy 

do 
Portland 
Augusta 
St. John,N.B. 
Bangor 
Portland 
Dexter 
Weston 

, N. B. 

Iloultou 
Bridgewater 
Carroll 
More 

, N. S. 

Benedicta 

Springfield 

Ripley 

Pownal 

C. Elizabeth 

Linneus 

Houlton 

Dexter 

do 
Houlton 

do 
Springfield 
Dexter 
29 Portland 

25 Ox Bow 

18 Woodville 

26 Gilmonton 

19 Houlton 

25 Haynesville 
25 vSmyrna 
IS Okftown 
18 Corinna 



Si Miistr'd 
S.'Si lU.S.Ser. 



Mercer 
Suffield 
Ril)ley 
25 Augusta 
35lLinneus 



Sep. 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 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



Deceased in quarters, Dec. 4. 



Sick in quarters. 



Sick in quarters. 
Sick in hospital. 

Sick in quarters. 



Sick with fever. 



Deceased .it Wtishington, Oct. 1 5. 

" Hilton Head. 
Deserted at Baltimore. 
Transferred to Co. H, Oct. 16. 



APPENDIX D. 425 

Recapitulation of Company G, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volvnteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


1 

Dis- 1 De- 
charged, serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Ofticers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
10 

2 
63 


3 
9 




1 
2 


1 
1 




1 


1 


3 

14 

3 

77 


Total 


78 


12 




3 


2 . 


1 1 


97 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 18G1. 















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Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 








On 






Sick. 




Special 




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ICK. 


Special 












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Date of 




^ Names. 


i 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


^ Remarks. 


Z 


< 






ment. 




1 
IjEnoch H Hines 


27 


Captain 


Houlton 






2 Robert J. Grev 


21 


1st Lieut. 


do 






3 Charles 0. Bro\vn 


21 


2d Lieut. 


Moro 






1 George H. Mower 


28 


Sergeant 


Corinna 


Sept. 20 




2 Brad lev Smith 


21 


do 


Hodgdon 


do 




3 Ebenezer A. Harlow 


21 


do 


Canton 


do 




4! Seward Clouwh 


21 


do 


Linncus 


do 




5|Edw. B Sanderson 


22 


do 


Presque Isle 


Dec. 3 




1 
1 Isaac S. Pluntlev 


48 


Corporal 


Morrill Plant. 


Sept. 20 




2 William Randall 


30 


do 


Linncus 


do 




3l Harrison W. Mower 


26 


do 


Dexter 


do 




4lGustavus F. Nutting 


25 


do 


Strong 


do 




5 Charles H. Burgess 


20 


do 


Winslow 


Nov. 20 




6 Ariel R. Prescott 


23 


do 


Dexter 


do 




7 David McPherson 


23 


do 


Ashland 


Dec. 3 




8J David S. Snow 


43 


do 


Dexter 


Dec. 12 





28 



426 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. "Washington I. Chase, Company H, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of Dceemi)cr 1st, 1861, to- 
gether wiiii a record of the changes tliat iiave taiven place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United iStatcs. on the twentv-first dav of Septemher, 1861. 

WASHINGTON I. CHASE, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

Washington I. Chase, 
William J. Ransdell, 
Samuel II. Barclay. 

SEKGEAXTS. 

William L. Hughes, 
Stephen S. F. Smith, 
Charles A. Thompson, 
Warren T. Noycs, 
Joseph T. Hughes. 

COKPORALS. 

Bliss Broekaway, 
James A. Bates, 
Joseph K. Lcighton, 
Aaron H. Chase, 
William H. Treble, 
William A. I>omhard, 
Eldridgc L. Bryant, 
George A. Kingsley. 

MUSICIANS. 

Albion K. P. Vickery, 
Reuben H. Pen ley. 

AVAGONER. 

Edward, L. Brackctt. 

PRIVATES. 

Albee, John H. 
Averill, Ariel W. 
Bryant, Elhridge H. 
Butler, George II. 
Butler, Moses N. 
Berry, William F. 
Black, Tiiomas 
Bachelder, Josiah N. 
Bagley, Samuel A. 
Berrv, Ilenrv 
Bickford, Hiiam T. 
Cunningliam, George F 
Carter, William 
Crocker, John M. 
Colcoid, Marshall N. 
Drew, GLory:e F. 
Daggett, Leonard H. 
Deiinens, George H. 
Emerson, Daniel W. 
Emerson, Robert F. 
Finnay, Joseph 
Foss, Weslev 
Farrell, Charles R. 
Foss, Israel 
Foster, John W. 
Gardiner, James T. 
Given. John N. 
Gould. George 
Hoyt, Willi HI, O. 
Haley, Muses 



29 E. Machias 

30 do 



31 



Calais 

Charlotte 

do 
Macbias 
Joncsport 
E. Macbias 

Princeton 

do 
Addison 
E. Macbias 
Macbias 
Mcddybemps 
Macbias 

do 

Calais 
Bethel 

Calais 

Macbias 
Cooper 
E. Macbias 

do 

do 

do 
Whiiing 
Macbias 
E. Alacbias 
Princeton 
Dixmont 
Edmonds 
Princeton 
Dixmont 
Newport 
Whiiing 
Wesley 
E. Macbias 
Addison 

do 
Charlotte 
Macbias 
Princeton 
Macbias 

do 
R. Macliias 
Newport 
Dixtnont 
R. Macbias 
ropstieid 



Mustr'd 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



Sept.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 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks, 



Resigned, Oct. 18. 

Promoted to 1st Lieut., Oct. li 



Sick in hospital. 



Reduced to ranks. 



Transferred to Co. I, Oct. 15. 
Transferred to band. 



Sick in quarters. 



Wagoner. 
Hospital nurse. 



Deceased at Annapolis, Oct. 19. 



APPENDIX D. 



427 



Return of Company H, Ninth Regiment, (^Continued.') 









c^ 


Miistr'd 






Names. 


< 


Residence. 




into 
U.S.Ser. 


Reniarlcs. 




Hill, Lyman 0. 


22 


Whiting 


s 


Sept.21 






Johnson, Charles M. 


22 


E. Machias 


M 


do 






Kenniston, George H. 


18 


Whiting 


S 


do 


4 




Kilter, William A. 


19 


Machias 


S 


do 






Leigiiton, Isaac W. 


21 


Addison 


s 


do 






Lane, Harvey A. 


28 


Topsfield 


s 


do 






Lyons, James E. 


18 


Charlotte 


s 


do 






Lincoln, Daniel W. 


21 


Machias 


s 


do 






McAI)e, James 


25 


do 


M 


do 






Morrison, Daniel 


25 


Codvville 


s 


do 






Murphy, John B. 


24 


Calais 


M 


do 


Appointed Corporal, Nov. 


29. 


Phipps, Thomas H. 


22 


Cooper 


s 


do 






Pike, William F. 


18 


Princeton 


s 


do 






Porter, Joseph B. 


22 


Machiasport 


s 


do 






Preble, Ahiel E. 


18 


Machias 


s 


do 


* 




Peabotly, Benjamin .W. 


22 


Dixmont 


s 


do 






Quinn, Frank 


2 


Machias 


s 


do 






Keynolds, George W. 


37 


do 


w 


do 






Polierts, Silas 


21 


Northfield 


s 


do 


Sick in hospital. 




Rushton, John L. 


18 


E. Machias 


s 


do 






Reynolds, John A. 


24 


Machias 


w 


do 






Richmond, Thomas 


23 


do 


s 


do 






Reynolds, Simon P. 


30 


do 


M 


do 






Reynolds, Nathan W. 


36 


do 


M 


do 






Redman, James 


33 


Meddybemps 


M 


do 


Sick in quarters. 




Seavey, Frank E. 


18 


K. Machias 


S 


do 






Sweeney, Jeremiah H. 


18 


Addison 


S 


do 






Sherman, James B. 


28 


E Machias 


M 


do 


On extra duty. 




Spooner, Sanders G. 


25 


Princeton 


S 


do 


« It 




Smith, William H. 


18 


do 


s 


do 






Smith, Llewellvn D. 


20 


Dixmont 


s 


do 




- 


Smith, Charles' F. 


20 


do 


s 


do 






Triffit, James K. 


34 


E. Machias 


M 


do 






Weeks, Joseph 


33 


Meddybemps, 


M 


do 






Yeaton, Lewis F. 


21 


Top>field 


S 


do 






York, E|)liraim E. 


35 


Dixmont 


M 


do 






Malov, John 


24 


Baileyville 


S 


do 






Clark, Ch:irles H. 


21 


Dixmont ^ 


S 


do 


Sick in hospital. 




Miirney, Wellington 


19 


Manchester 


s 


Oct. 10 






Crane, Levi 


35 


Linneus 


M 


Sept.2l 


Transferred from Co. G. 





428 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company H, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


j 1 
Prison- De- | Dis- 
ers. ceased, charged. 


De- Trans- 
serted. ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 •, 
11 2 

1 1 
63 5 






1 


1 




2 


3 
13 

3 
69 


Total 


77 7 






1 


1 




2 


88 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 












On 




In 






1 On 






For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 


Ah 




S 


ICE. 


Speci 


A I, 










Duty. 










Service. 




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a 




















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Date of 




■6 


Names. 


c Rank. 


Residence. 


Ranlc or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


2 




< 




ment. 




1 


Washinjrfon I. Chase 


29 Captain 


E. Machias 


Sept. 14 




2 


Sumitel R. Barclay 


31 


1st Lieut. 


Calais 


Oct. 18 




3 


Henry A. Grey 


25 


2d Lieut. 


Portland 


do 




1 


William L. Hushes 


22 


Sergeant 


Charlotte 


Sept. 14 




2 


Stephen S F. Smith 


23 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Charles A. Thompson 


25 


do 


Machias 


do 




4 


Warren T. Novcs 


22 


do 


Joncsport 


do 




5 


Joseph T. Hughes 


26 


do 


E. Machias 


do 




1 


Bliss Brockaway 


21 


Corporal 


Princeton 


Sept. 14 




2 


James A. Bates 


25 


do 


do 


do 




3 Josepii E. Leichton 


21 


do 


Addison 


do 




4 


Aaron H. Chase 


32 


do 


E. Machias 


do 




5 


John B. Murphy 


25 


do 


C:ilnis 


Nov. 29 




6 William A. Lombard 


38 


do 


Meddvbemps 


Sept. 14 




7'Kldriiiy:e L. Brvant 


18 


do 


Machias 


do 




8 


George A. Kingsley 


28 


do 


do 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



429 



Return of Capt. George "W. Cummings, Company I, 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 phice in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United JStates, on the twentv-first day of September, 1861. 

SCOLLAY D. BAKER, Captain. 





1 


a^ 


Mustr'd 


- "*'"" ' ■ 





Names. 


tit 


Residence. 


^M 


into 


Remarks. 






<_ 




n& 


[J.S.Ser. 






commiss'd officers. 














George W. Curamings, 




Bangor 


M 


Sep.21 


Resigned, Oct. 17. 




Scolhiy D. Baker, 


28 


do 


M 


do 


Promoted Captain, Oct. 18. 




Billings Brastow. 


23 


Brewer 


S 


do 


Promoted 1st Lieut., Oct. 18 




SERGEANTS. 














Elton W. Ware, 


21 


Orrington 


M 


do 


Promoted 2d Lieut., Oct. 18. 




Dustin P. Dority, 


21 


Bangor 


S 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




Shcpard S. Thomas, 


26 


do 


S 


do 






Ricliard Webster, 


45 


do 


M 


do 


Promoted 1st Sergeant, Oct. 


18. 


Edwin T. Clitford. 


25 


Hermon 


S 


do 


4th 




CORPORALS. 














Volncy A. Gray, 


20 


Sangerville 


S 


do 


Promoted 2d Sergeant, Oet. 


18. 


Edwin R. Wadleigh, 


22 


Brewer 


M 


do 






Warren E. Jordan, 


25 


Bradford 


M 


do 






Alfred L. Colson, 


29 


Wintcrport 


M 


do 






Joseph D. Norcross, 


36 


Bangor 


S 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 




Elijah S. Pierce, 


44 


do 


M 


do 


i< u 




William Dougherty, 


21 


Passadumk'g 


S 


do 


(< a 




William W. Lunt. 


22 


Orono 


S 


do 


<4 " 




MUSICIANS. 














Albert A. Adams, 


18 


Hampden 


S 


do 






Rufus B. Sprague. 


24 


Sangerville 


s 


do 






PRIVATES. 














Armington, Henry C. 


21 


Hold en 


S 


do 






Adams, C. Wesley 


19 


Bangor 


s 


do 






Archer, Justin 


18 


Aurora 


s 


do 






Blake, Nathaniel 


23 


Brewer 


s 


do 






Blake, John T. 


20 


do 


s 


do 






Bowman, James W. 


23 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Promoted Corporal, Oct. 18. 




Burton, John F. 


21 


Holden 


M 


do 




Burton, John H. 


22 


Eddington 


s 


do 






Canning, William H. 


23 Exeter 


s 


do 






Calfef, George W. 


20 


Eddington 


s 


do 






Collins, Micbael 


36 


Orono 


M 


do 






Colson, Stephen 


18 


Winterport 


s 


do 






Chatterley, Henry B. 


21 


Aurora 


s 


do 






Costigan, Wesley 


19 


Passadumk'g 


s 


do 






Clark, Jackson W. 


31 


Glenburn 


M 


do 


Promoted Corporal, Oct. 18 




Chase, Ansel 


23 


Sebec 


s 


do 






Davis, James 


18 


Plymouth 


s 


do 






Doe, John W. 


33 


Winterport 


M 


do 






Dougherty, John 


23 


Passadumk'g 


s 


do 


Promoted Corporal, Oct. 18. 




Davis, Charles 11. 


18 


Howland 


s 


do 






Dean, Charles A. 


18 


Winterport 


s 


do 






Davis, Jolm W. 


19 


Eddington 


s 


do 






Everett, Willard 


19 


Winterport 


s 


do 






Furbush, George W. 


23 


Bangor 


M 


do 






Frazier, William S, 


21 


do 


M 


do 






Giles, Emery 0. 


19 


Orrington 


s 


do 






Giles, Otis J. 


23 


Dedhara 


s 


do 






Goodwin, Moses 


21 


Veazie 


s 


do 






Giant, Howard 


26 


Hermon 


s 


do 






Hurd, Benjamin F. 


20 


Bangor 


s 


do 






Hinckley, Thomas P. 


20 


Hampden 


s 


do 


* 




Harvey, Arthur M. 


20 


iMaxfield 


s 


do 







430 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company Z, Ninth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Hammond, Clark J. 
Hoyt, Uavid 0. 
Ju(ikins, Moses H. 
Jcj)son, Charles L. 
Kent, Thomas 
Kimball, Charles H. 
Kent, John E. 
Lynch, Patrick 
Landen, Joseph C. 
Lament, John 
Lord, Albert R. 
Morrill, Levi J. 
Moody, William H. 
Mahana, Dennis 
Merrill, Alonzo B. 
Mayo, Lemuel H. 
McLaughlin, Francis H. 
Nickerson, Alvin B. 
Nason, William H. 
Nash, Albert 
Pond, William S. 
Pond, Frank 
Perry, David 
Pomroy, Henry H. 
Richardson, George W. 
Rankin, John D. 
Smith, Liewell^'n 
Smith, Charles E. 
Smith, George J. 
Stone, Charles S. 
Smart, Thomas 
Scril)ner, Grin 
Staples, Charles G. 
Staples, George R. 
Smith, Mandel 
Stevens, John F. 
Shaw, John N. 
Shaw, Daniel B. 
Salmon, William B. 
Tibbetts. Daniel. Jr. 
Town, James W. 
Ware, Wilbert 
Wil.'^on, William 
Ward, Josiali 
Willey, James B. 
Wooster, Isaac 
Ward, Daniel 
Young. John D. 
York,' George P. 



Hermon 

Passadumk'g 

Alton 

Frankfort 

Veazie 

Gldtown 

Veazie 

Orono 

Bangor 

Monson 

Hermon 

Brewer 

Bangor 

do 
Holden 
Brewer 
Carmel 
Winterport 
Alfred 

Passadumk'g 
Orrington 

do 
Carmel 
Glenburn 
Eddington 
Brewer 
Carmel 
Bangor 
Burlington 
Corinna 
Bueksport 
Bangor 
Glenburn 

do 
Winterport 
Bangor 
Veazie 
Alton 
Bangor 
Glenburn 
Pittsficld 
Orrington 
Orono 
Carmel 
Cherryfielcl 
Glenburn 
China 
Corinna 
Fairfield 



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c ^^ 


into 


S 


U.S.Ser. 


Sep. 21 


S 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


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 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


S 


do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Promoted Corporal, Oct. \l 
Deceased at Hilton Head. 

Discharged for disability. 



Promoted Corporal, Oct. 8. 
Promoted Sergeant, Oct. 8. 



APPENDIX D. 431 

Recapitulation of Company I, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present &c Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
cliarged. 


De- 
scried. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for s-i . 
Duty. 1 ^'''^^ 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


2 
13 

2 
79 








1 


1 

1 






3 
13 

2 
81 


Total 


96 








1 


2 






99 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 18G1. 















Present. 
















Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 








On 




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Special 




Sick 




Special 












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96 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Scollay D. Baker 
Billinj^s Brastow 
Elton W. Ware 



Richard Webster 
Volney A. Gray 
She])ard S. Thomas 
Kdwin T. Clifford 
William B. Salmon 



Jackson W. Clark 
John N. Shaw 
James W. Bowman 
Edwin R. Wadleigh 
Warren E. Jordan 
Alfred L. Colson 
.lohn Dougherty 
E"rancis II. McLaughlin 



a 


Rank. 


Residence. 


< 






28 


Captain 


Bangor 


23 


1st Lieut 


Brewer 


21 


2d Lieut. 


Orrington 


45 


Sergeant 


Bangor 


•20 


do 


Sangerville 


26 


do 


Baniior 


26 


do 


Hermon 


23 


do 


Bangor 


31 


Corporal 


Glenhurn 


25 


do 


Vcazie 


23 


do 


Bangor 


22 


do 


Brewer 


25 


do 


Bradford 


29 


do 


Wiiiicrport 


23 


do 


Passiidum- 


22 


do 


Carmcl [keaj 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 



Oct. u 
do 
do 



Oct. IS 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Oct. IJ 
do 
do 
do 



Oct. 1{ 
do 



432 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Thomas E. Wcntwortli, Company K, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Maine Volunteers, expressing; its condition on the morning of Deeember 1st, 1861, 
together witli a record of the changes that have taken i)lace in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on tlie twentv-tirst dav of September, 1861. 

THOMAS E. WENTWOKTH, Captain. 



Names. 



COM.MISS D OFFICERS. 

Thomas E Wentworth, 
Chester B. Sliaw, 
Charles A. Broolis. 

SERGEANTS. 

William W. Lowe, 
Charles N. Whitcomb, 
Wm. H. Johnson, 
Wm. W. Durgin, 
Samuel M. Plumraer. 

CORPORALS. 

Frank B. Libby, 
Sargent S. Freeman, 
John F. Cooley, 
William P. Sturgiss, 
Asa Hackett, 
Erastus K. Shaw, 
Adams Smith, 
Wm. H. H. Merrill. 

MUSICIANS. 

Amos H. Hanson, 
Edwin Smith. 

WAGONER. 

Benjamin F. Goodwin. 

PRIVATES. 

Austin, Benjamin 
Austin, Moses 
Averv, Andrew 
Blake, Charles A. 
Beal, Josiiih C. 
Bray, Lafavette 
Bray, VanB. 
Butler, Lorenzo 
Carmell, Hermon 
Cannell, Lot 
Chandler, Jonas C. 
Chandler. Willord M. 
Carr, Robert W. 
Downey, John 
Fitzpatrick, John B. 
French, Newman 
Fellows, John C. 
Graffam, Rol)ert 
Graffarn, Albert 
Gustin, Charles R. 
Gustin, George B. 
Gustin, Hiram 
Giles, Albert 
Hight, Leroy 
Harmon, Joseph A. 
Harmon. James H. 
Howe, Warren 
Higgins, Forest R. 
Hart, Alex inder 
Haruden, Samuel H. 



Residence. 



Gorham 

do 
Buxton 

Gorham 

Saco 
Gorham 
Stoneham 
Naples 

Gorham 

Windham 

Standish 

Gorham 

Buxton 

Standish 

Hollis 

Scarboro' 



23 Windham 
23 Gorham 



22 



Cornish 



Westbrook 

do 

Smithfield 

Sebago 

Phillips 

do 

do 

do 

Gorham 

do 

20!Phillips 
23! flo 
33 Minot 
18 Bangor 
18 do 
43! Phillips' 
21 (Fryeburg 
23 Windham 



19 


do 


18 


Scarboro' 


23 


do 


28 


do 


31 


Troy 


22 


Scarboro' 


21 


Gorham 


18 


Buxton 


26 


Windham 


23 


Bansror 



iSo[Mustr'il 
c'5:\ into 

:aiHj.s.ger. 



18 Rockland 
aSiFryeburg 



Sept.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 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



Absent without leave. 
Promoted to Sergeant, Nov. 28. 

Deceased at Fort Monroe, Nov .1. 

Promoted from Private, Oct. 10. 
Prisoner at Raleigh. 

Promoted to Sergeant. 



Died at Hilton Head, Nov. 20. 
Promoted to Sergeant, Nov. 15. 



Promoted Com. Serg't., Nov. 1. 



APPENDIX D. 



433 



Return of Company K, Ninth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



Holt, Thomas K. 

Hutchins, Samuel N. 
Johnson, George W. 
Kenney, Luke 
Lane, Nathan, Jr. 
Libby, Stephen 
Libbj, Elbridge 
Lewis, Charles B. 
Manchester, Joseph K. 
Morton, Frank 
Morton, Charles E. 
Mahoney, Timothy 
Mclntire, Samuel F. 
Morrill, Robert 
Nickerson, James N. 
Orberton, James H. 
Orberton, Andrew J. 
Pomroy, John W. 
Prescott, p]dwin N. 
Pike, William I. 
Runnells, Henry B. 
Sturgis, William H. 
Strout, Nathan A. 
Small, James L. 
Strout, Estes 
Swett, Mark D. 
Smith, James F. 
Small, Joseph P. 
Tripp, Moses B. 
Taylor, Fernando R. 
Tuft, Augustus G. 
Wright, John A. 
Wight, Horarc A. 
Wiggins, James S. 
Walker, James B. 
Cole, James I. 
Greenlow, Richard F. 
Decker, Elbridge G. 



Residence. 



2 1 i Frycburg 
4 1 j PoVthand 
33 Gorham 



Rangely PI. 

Buxton 

Windham 

do 
Waterboro' 
Windham 

do 

do 
Biddeford 
2lJFryeburg 
23 Biddeford 

do 
Phillips 

do 
Rockland 
Phillips 
Gorham 
Buxton 



22 'Gorham 



Windham 

do 

do 
Gorham 
Fryeburg 
Letter E 

32 ^Scarboro' 
21 Saco 

Phillips 
Winchester 
Lewiston 
Saco 
Turner 
Buxton 
291 Fryeburg 

33 Standish 



t- • 


Mustr 'd 


>; t" 


into 


Si« 


U.S.Ser, 


S 


Sept.21 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


M 


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 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 



Remarks. 



Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 15. 



Discharged for disability. 



434 adjutant-general's eeport. 

Recopitulation of Company K, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

3 
56 


1 
8 














3 
13 

3 
64 


Total 


74 


9 












83 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




1 


Names. 


i 
< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


Thomas E. "Wentworth 


47 


Captain 


Gorham 


Sept. 21 




2 


Chester B. Shaw 


24: 1st Lieut 


do 


do 




3 


Charles A. Brooks 


23 2d Lieut 


Buxton 


do 




1 


William W. Diirgin 


22 Sergeant 


Stoneham 


Nov. 28 




2 


Josiah C Beal 


35 


do 


Phillips 


do 




3 


Charles N. Whitcomb 


24 


do 


Saco 


Sept. 21 




4 


William H. Johnson 


35 


do 


Gorham 


do 




5 


Samuel M. Plummer 


22 


do 


Naples 


do 




1 


Frank B.Libby 


23 


Corporal 


Gorham 


Sept. 21 




2 


Mark D. Swett 


19 


do 


do 


Nov. 15 




3 


John F. Coolcy 


18 


do 


Standish 


Sept. 21 




4 


William P. Sturgiss 


21 


do 


Gorham 


do 




5 


Asa Hackctt 


18 


do 


Buxton 


do 




6 


Erastus K. Shaw 


21 


do 


Standish 


do 




7 


Adams Smith 


19 


do 


HoUis 


do 




8 


Wm. H. H. Merrill 


21 


do 


Scarboro' 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



435 



TENTH REGIMENT. 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers of Tenth Regiment Infantiij, Maine Volunteers, 
showing changes which have taken place by promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since en- 
tering service of the United States. 



Names. 



George L. Beal 
James S. Fillebrown 
Charles Walker 
Elijah M. Shaw 
William S. Dodge 
Daniel O. Perry 
Josiah F. Day, Jr. 
George Knox 
John M. Gould 
Chdrles F. King 
Charles Tliompson 
William Allen 
Alpheus L. Greene 
George J. Northrup 




Colonel 

Lieut -Colonel 

Major 

Adjutant 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Asst.-Surgeon 

Chaplain 

Serg.-Major 

Q'rm'r-Sergt. 

Com'y Sergt. 

Drum-Major 

Fife-Major 

Hos. Steward 



Residence. 

Norway 
Auburn 


Date of Appoint- 
ment. 


Sept 


28, 1861 
do 


Portland 




do 


Lewiston 


Oct. 


1, 1861 


Westhrook 




do 


Portland 




do 


do 




do 


Brunswick 




do 


Portland 






do 






Norway 

Gray 

Portland 






do 







Remarks. 



REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 



Daniel H. Chandler 
Horace N. Johnson 
Rodney N. Hall 
Richard T. Bailey 
Andrew G. Fitz 
Charles E. Coleman 
Daniel Davis 
Osgood B. Webb 
Sewall L Dow 
Joshua B. Newell 
Walter H. Thomas 
Charles O. Warren 
Edward C. Webb 
Gilbert H. Bailey 
David L. Blancliard 
Elisha Gott 
Adoniram B. Crafts 
Moses Crafts 
Thomas B. Edgecomb 
Sidney A. Farrar 
Cyrus Hall 
Justin E. Hill 
Augustus L Littlefield 
John T. Webb 



Rank. 



Leader 
Musician 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
• do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Residence. 



Portland 
Auburn 
Paris 
Bridgton 
Durham 
Lewiston 
Auburn 
Bridgton 
Biddcford 
Lewiston 
Portland 
Lewiston 
Bridgton 
Lewiston 
Cumberland 
Lewiston 
Auburn 

do 
Lewiston 
Paris 
Auburn 

do 

do 
Bridgton 



Date of Muster 
into U.S. Serv. 



Oct. 5, 1861 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



436 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Captain John Q. Adams, Company A, Tenth Eeprimcnt Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of Decemlier 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 fourth day of October, 1861. 

JOHN Q. ADAMS, Captain. 









*■ cj 


Mustr'd 







Names. 


i. 
< 


Residence. 


Sic 


into 
IT.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




COMMISS'd OFilCEKS. 














John Q. Adams, 


28 


Sacb 


S 


Oct. 26 






Ephraira M. Littlefield, 


29 


do 


s 


Oct. 4 






Charles E. Pierce. 


26 


do 


s 


Oct. 15 






SERGEANTS. 














Edwin W. Fowler, 


19 


do 


s 


Oct. 4 






James F. Tarr, 


23 


Biddeford 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Stephen H. Dyer. 


39 


do 


M 


do 


Suspended, Nov. 22. 




CORPORALS. 














Charles Makepiece, 


33 


Saco 


M 


do 






Frank Hunt, 


38 


do 


M 


do 






Samuel Hanson, 


22 


Biddeford 


s 


do 






Edward P. M. Bragdon, 


22 


do 


s 


do 






Horace C. Berry. 


26 


Woodstock 


s 


do 






WAGONER. 












» 


Henry H. Shapleigh. 


36 


Lebanon 


s 


do 






PRIVATES. 














Ayer, George S. 


23 


Biddeford 


s 


do 


Appointed Corporal, 


Oct. 20. 


Benson, Henry 


26 


do 


M 


do 






Brady, Joseph 


39 


do 


M 


do 






Carleton, William H. 


33 


Haverill 


M 


do 






Chandler, Mo-ies S. 


27 


Saco 


S 


do 






Cross, Thaddeus 


19 


do 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




CoUum, John, Jr. 


21 


do 


M 


do 






CoUum, Alfred 


19 


do 


S 


do 






Cole, Henry F. 


23 


Woodstock 


s 


do 






Deshon, John A. 


19 


Kennel>nnkp't 


s 


do 


Deserted, Oct. 27. 




Davis, John D. 


23 


Milton PI. 


s 


do 






Donnovan. Jeremiah 


19 


Biddeford 


s 


do 






Davis, William S. 


26 


do 


M 


do 


Ap. Sergt., Nov. 2. Sick in camp. 


Fletcher, Sidney W. 


21 


do 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Fernald, George P. 


22 


Saco 


s 


do 


Ap. Corp., Oct. 20, Sick in camp. 


Hanson, James B. 


27 


Biddeford 


M 


do 






Hamlin, Zachariah L. 


36 


Saco 


M 


do 






Jeffers, Nicholas 


19 


Biddeford 


S 


do 






Keightly, William 


29 


do 


M 


do 






Keyes, Cincinnattus 


22 


Rumford 


S 


do 






Kenney, Dennis 


22 


Biddeford 


S 


do 






Leighton, Ivan 


18 


do 


S 


do 






Littlefield, Nahum 


43 


Kennebunk 


M 


do 






Littlehall, Alanson M. 


21 


Newry 


s 


do 






Leighton, Moses 


29 


Saco 


M 


do 






Mclntire, George 


20 


Dayton 


S 


do 






Marshall, Richard 


40 


Saco 


M 


do 






Milliken, Ethan 


20 


do 


S 


do 






Moody, John 


21 


Kennebunk 


s 


do 






Moore, Moses F. 


28 


Biddeford 


M 


do 






Phillips, Sewall 


21 


Holiis 


S 


do 






Roberts, Charles F. 


27 


Biddeford 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Roberts, Lewis 


40 


Saco 


M 


do 






Skillings, Almon H. 


21 


Biddeford 


S 


do 






Stevens. Osgood N. 


25 


Saco 


M 


do 


Sick at Portland. 




Spear, Christopher C. 


30 


do 


M 


do 






Stevens, Thomas 


44 


do 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Shaw, Henry N. 


31 


Biddeford 


M 


do 


Appointed Corporal, 


Oct. 20. 



APPENDIX D. 



437 



Return of Company A, Tenth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



* 






CO; 


Miistr'd 




— 


Names. 


< 


Residence. 


5« 


into 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




Smith, Emerson 


35 


Kennebunk 


M 


Oct. 4 






Towle, David B. 


29 


Saco 


S 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Wormell, Hiram 


43 


do 


M 


do 






Wormeli, Eiias 0. 


18 


do 


S 


do 






Ross, George H. 


29 


Biddeford 


M 


do 






Smith, John 


30 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 




Berwin, Joseph 


20 


Eastport 


S 


Oct. 5 






Staples, James, Jr. 


18 


Biddeford 


S 


Oct. 4 


Sick in camp. 




Stevens, Frederic 


19 


Kennebunk 


s 


do 






Brackett, George H. 


19 


Saco 


s 


Oct. 15 


Drummer, Oct. 20. 




Brady, Michael 


21 Biddoford 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Chappell, Joseph H. 


32!Saco 


M 


do 






Dohson, William 


16 Bridgewater 


s 


do 


Transferred from Co. D, Oct. 


26. 


Dunn, John 


22 


Biddeford 


s 


do 






Gero, Alexander 


19 


Scarboro' 


s 


do 






Green, Lewis A. 


18 


Kennebunk 


s 


do 






Hanson, Daniel 


18 


Saco 


s 


do 






Hisffinson, John 


41 


Biddeford 


s 


do 






Hatch, George W. 


33iKennebunk 


M 


do 






Jennings, James 


20Biddeford 


s 


do 






Kendrick, George W. 


20 Saco 


s 


do 






Littlefieid, Joseph 


28jKennebunk 


s 


do 






Lee, Edward 


23iMaekadavic 


s 


do 


Transferred from Co. D, Oct. 


26 


McDougall, Archibald 


30 


P. Edw. Isle 


s 


db 


« U i 




Marshall, George 


27 


E. Machias 


s 


Oct. 26 


In arrest, Oct. 26. 




Nixon, Thomas 


23 


Liverpool 


s 


Oct. 15 


Transferred from Co. D, Oct. 


26. 


Peabody, William 


23 


Dixraont 


s 


Oct. 26 


(( U ( 




Eowe, Daniel M. 


28 


Saco 


M 


Oct. 15 






Reardon, John 


22:Biddeford 


s 


do 






Rawson, Charles C. 


30iWhitingsvilIe 


s 


do 






Sargent, William 0. 


4-l|l-Iollis 


M 


do 


Recruiting in Maine. 




Taylor, Lewis B. 


19 


N. Berwick 


s 


do 






Wentworth, George F. 


36 


Dayton 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Walker, Nathaniel K. 


22 


Portland 


S 


do 


Appointed Sergeant, Oct. 20. 




Cole, Edwin 


21 


Saco 


S 


Nov.27 






Dyer, Thomas, Jr. 


33 


do 


M 


do 






Gould, Joseph 


18 


do 


S 


do 






Hopping, William 


21 


Biddeford 


s 


do 






KendrieU, James L. 


26 


Saco 


s 


do 






Knight, Josiah 


43 


Biddeford 


M 


do 






Snowdale, Albion 


18 


Saco 


s 


do 






Sutherland, Charles 


44 


Biddeford 


M 


do 






Walker, Freeman F. 


30 


Saco 


s 


do 






Warren, Franklin 


21 


IWeld 


M 


do 







438 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company A, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 



Total 



Present & Absent, 



Fit for 
Duly. 



3 
7 
1 

69 



Sick. 



12 



80 



13 



Killed. 



Prison- De- 
ers. ceased. 



Dis- De- 

charsed. serted. 



Trans- 
ferred. 



I 

82 



94 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Pbese 


NT. 


















Absent. 












0:» 


Arrest. 






On 






FOH DUTT. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 










Duty. 










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Present Organization of the Company. 



Rank. 



Residence. 



Dale of 

Rank or 

Appiiiiit- 

iiient. 



Remarks. 



John Q. Adams 
Ephraim M. Littlefield 
Charles E. Pierce 

Edwin "W. Fowler 
James F Tarr 
Nathaniel K. Walker 
William S. Davis 
William 0. Sarjrent 



1 Charles Makepicce 

2 Frank Hunt 

3 Samuel Hanson 

4 Edward P. M. Bragdon 

5 Horace C Bnry 

6 Giorge S. Aver 

7 George P. Fcrnaid 

8 Henry N. «haw 

IjGeorge H. Brackctt 
1 'Henry H. Shaplcigh 



Captain Saco 



1st Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 



do 
do 



Sergeant Saco 

do Biddeford 

do Porrland 

do Biddeford 

do Hollis 

Corporal Saco 
do 
Biddeford 
] do 
Woodstock 
Biddeford 
Saco 
Biddeford 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



Drum'cr Saco 
Wagoner Lebanon 



Oct. 4 
do 
do 

Oct. 4 
! do 
I Oct. 20 
Nov. 2 
jOct. 15 

Oct. 4 
I do 

do 

do 

do 
Oct. 20 
i do 

do 

Oct. 20 
Oct. 4 



APPENDIX D. 



439 



Keturn of Capt. James M. Black, Company B, Tenth Ecffiment Infantry, Maine * 
Voliintocis, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of tlic changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the fourth day of October, 1861. 

JAMES M. BLACK, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS'd officers. 
James M. Black, 
Charles \V. Roberts 
Alfred L. Turner. 

SEIJGIiANTS. 

Charles II. Colley, 
Charles H. Cu.-hman 
Reuben Alexander, 
Charles II Colley, Jr., 
Stephen Noyes, Jr. 

COIU'IIRALS. 

Marcus Debmo, 
Edwaid W. Lovett, 
Francis Sccil, 
John C. Glendcnning, 
William G. Davey, 
David N. Hall, 
William II I'enneli, 
Daniel E. Mountfort. 

MUSICIANS. 

Henry N. Greene, 
Alpheus L. Greene. 

WAGONliR. 

Amos Meserve. 

miVATES. 

Allen, Charles F. 
Bean, William H. 
Bussel, George F. 
Buckley, Micliael 
Blackwood, Benjamin 
Blake, Henry G. 
Cushman, Benj. S. 
Carev, Peter \V. 
Colley, William H. 
Chipman, George W. 
Delano, Theodore V. 
Downes, Josefdi S. 
Davey, Samuel F. 
Davey, James E. 
Drake, Luther H. 
Emery, Nahum 
Eustis, Frank F. 
Eustis, Leonard 
Emerson, Bradbury 
Farley, Alfred D.*F. 
Fobcs, Clinton 
Gam man, Levi 
Gratfam, Edwin W. 
Gill. Ge.)r-e H. 
Hall, D.ma 
Iloyt, Benj. G. 
Hanlcv. Thomas 
Hiles,'()liver 
Harris, Charles 
Harris, Edwin J. 



Residence. 



o^lMustr'd 

~ into 
SK U.S.Ser. 



Portland 
do 
do 

Gray 
Portland 
C. Elizabeth 
Portland 
do 

Damariscotta 
Portland 

do 

do 
Biickfield 
Portland 
Gray 
Portland 

do 
do 

Raymond 

Portland 

Wayne 

I'ordand 

Saco 

Portland 

Readlield 

Portland 

do 
Gray 
Portland ' 

do 

do 

do 
Buckfield 
Biddeford 
Ilamjjden 
Portland 

do 
Biddeford 
Portland 
Buckfield 

do 
Portland 

do 



do 

Cumberland 



Saco 
do 



Oct. 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 



Remarks. 



Acting Quartei"mastcr. 



Reduced to ranks, Nov. 21. 



Promoted to Fife-Major. 



Sick in camp. 



Sick in camp. 
Sick in camp. 



440 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company 5, Tenth Reg-iment, ( Continued.^ 






— 




'^ ^ 


Miislr'd 






Names. 


< 
18 


Residence. 




into 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




Hall, George W. 


Cumberland 


S 


Oct. 4 






Johnson, Alexander 


22 


Portland 


s 


do 






Jewett, Noah 


19 


Readfield 


s 


do 






Jordan, James E. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 






Loring, Wm. H. H. 


21 


do 


M 


do 






Lovett, Simon A. 


21 


do 


s 


do 






Mahan, George T. 


26 




M 


do 






Mason, Edwin 


25 


Westhrook 


S 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Milligan, James 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 






Moores, Samuel 0. 


28 


Saco 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Miles, Benjamin E. 


26 


Portland 


M 


do 






Penny, Augustus 


22 


do 


M 


do 


In hospital. Wounded 


on picket 


Pierce, Emery E. 


22 


Mt. Desert 


S 


do 




duty. 


Powers, James 


31 


Portland 


s 


do 






Rand, George H. 


25 


do 


s 


do 






Roberts, Daniel S. 


4.3 


do 


M 


do 






Ryan, John 


23 


do 


M 


do 






Shaw, Edward 


22 


C. Elizabeth 


M 


do 






Smith, Charles G. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 






Smith, Almado R. 


23 


do 


S 


do 






Stone, John 


32 


do 


M 


do 






Spaulding, Albert S. 


25 


do 


S 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Swett, James W. 


21 


do 


S 


do 






Swett, John, Jr. 


47 


do 


M 


do 






Sweetser, Riclimond 


21 


do 


S 


do 






Small, Alonzo R. 


26 


Biddeford 


M 


do 






Sawyer, Thorndike H. 


45 


Portland 


M 


do 






Trowbridge, John 


22 


do 


S 


do 






Tewksburv, James N. 


25 


do 


M 


do 






Trask, Charles H. 


18 


do 


S 


do 






Trask, George F. 


21 


do 


S 


do 






Verall, Benjamin F. 


26 


do 


M 


do 






Varney, Oliver F. 


18 


do 


S 


do 






Westcott, Richmond T. 


19 


do 


S 


do 






Willey, John C. 


19 




s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal, 


Not. 21. 


Weeks, Joseph 


45 


do 


s 


do 






Winslow, Hiram 


22 


do 


s 


do 


Sick in camp. 




Knight, Edward P. 


20 


Falmouth 


s 


do 






Campbell, Robert H. 


31 


Portland 


M 


Oct. 27 






Newell, James N. 


29 


do 


M 


do 






"VVaterhouse, Peter B. 


44 


do 


M 


do 







APPENDIX D. 441 

Recapitulation of Company B, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present ^ Abseut. 








Dis- 
cliariied. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ers. ceased. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Cora. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
62 


9 














3 
13 

2 
71 


Total 


80 


9 














89 



Condensed Morning Report, December Is/, 1861. 













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891 





Present Organization of the Company. 












Date of 




Names. 

o 


S> 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


z 


< 






ment. 




1 


James M. Black 


26 Captain 


Portland 


Sept. 28 




2 


Charles W. Roberts 


19 1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Alfred L. Turner 


23 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Charles H. Colley 


26 


Sergeant 


Gray 


Sept. 28 




2 


Charles H. Cusliman 


22 


do 


Portland 


do 




3 


Reuben Alexander 


21 


do 


Cape Elizab'h 


do 




4 


Charles H. Collev, Jr. 


21 


do 


Portland 


do 




5 


Stephen Noyes, Jr. 


29 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Marcus Delano 


19 


Corporal 


Damariscotta 


Sept. 28 




2 


Edward W. Lovett 


19 do 


Portland 


do 




3 


Francis Seed 


32 do 


do 


do 




4 


William H. Pennell 


26 do 


Grav 


do 




5] William G. Davey 


125 do 


Buckfield 


do 




6 David N. Hall 


24 do 


Portland 


do 




7 Daniel E. Mountfort 


'22 


do 


do 


do 




8 


iJoha C. Willey 


'28 


do 


do 


Nov. 21 





29 



442 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. William P. Jordan, Company C, Tenth Rcjiiment Infantry, IMaine 
Volunteers, expressin<i; its condition on tiie morning of December 1st, 1861, together 
witli a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the seventeenth day of December, 1861. 

WILLIAM P. JORDAN, Captain. 







^r- 


Muslr'd 




Names. I 


D Residence. 


="= 


into 


Remarks. 


<. 




5M 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 










William P. Jordan, 3 


Portland 


s 


Oct. 5 




Benjamin M. Redlon, 2c 


i do 


M 


do 




Benjamin F. Whitney. 2. 


i Windham 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 










Charles K. Jordan, 2 


' Portland 


s 


do 




George H. Kurd, 2 


B do 


s 


do 




Henry A Biirnham, 3 


I do 


M 


do 




James E. Mitchell, 2 


1 Yarmouth 


s 


do 




Robert M. Weeks. 2 


' Portland 


s 






COlll'ORALS. 










Henry M. Smith, 2 


2 do 


M 


do 




William P. Hamilton, 1 


8 do 


s 


do 




Henry A. Plummer, 2 
William H. Coffin, 3 


5 do 


s 


do 




2 Westbrook 


M 


do 


Reduced to ranks. 


Henry Sargent, 2 


1 Mt. Vernon 


S 


do 




Edward B. Merrill, 2 


5 Winslow 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Reuben M Riley, 2 


1 Harrison 


M 


do 




Valentine R Jackson. 2 


2 Portland 


S 


do 




MUSICIANS. 










David G. Warner, 2 


I Portland 


s 


do 




Frederick W. Stone. 1 


7 do 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 










John N. Wiley. 2 


3 Bridgton 


M 


do 




PRIVATES. 










Brooks, Joseph 4 


3 






Transferred to Co. H. 


Bates, Lewis 2 


3 






i( a 


Burnham, Charles I 


9 Portland 


s 


do 




Cobb, Benjamin F. 2 


7 do 


M 


do 




Campbell, Daniel E. 2 


3 Boston 


M 


do 




Conway, John 3 


4 Portland 


M 


do 




Carnsy, Joseph 1 


9 N. Gloucester 


S 


do 




Cole, Consider 4 


3 






Transferred to Co. F. 


Damon, George W. 1 


8 Paris 


S 


do 




Downes, J. N. C. 1 


9 Portland 


s 


do 




Eldridge, Louis 2 


1 Canaan 


s 


do 




Eastman, Thomas A. C 









Transferred to Co. F. 


Foster, Ambrose A. 1 


9 






" H. 


Glendenning, Thos. M. i 


Portland 


s 


do 




Harris, Roliert B. 1 


8 






Transferred to Co. H. 


Hayes, William L 


1 Scarboro' 


M 


do 




Irish, William H. : 


4 Fayette 


s 


do 




Irish, Nathan F. i 


!7 Bridgton 


s 


do 




Jackson, Valentine R. 1 


>2 Portland 






Promoted to Corporal. 


Knight, William W. i 


'.5 do 






Promoted to Corporal. 


Knight, George E. i 


!.5 do 


M 


do 




Knowles, John 1 


8 






Transferred to Co. H. 


Libby, William S. '. 


52 Bridgton 


:\i 


do 




Lane, Solomon 


>3 






Transferred to Co. H. 


Libbey, Elijah 


>3 






" F. 


Merrill, Edward B. 


>5 Winslow 






Promoted to Corporal. 


Mayberry. Lorenzo 


33Minot 






Discharged, Nov. 29. 


Moore, William 


illPortland 


s 


do 




Mayberry, William R. 


I8j Windham 


s 


do 




Nade, John 


1 81 Albion 


s 


do 




Palmer, Charles F. 


9 Fayette 


s 


do 




Pennell, Edwin W. 


1 8, Portland 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



443 



Return of Company C, Tenth Regiment, ( Continued.') 









oS 


Miistr'd 




Names. 


a 


Residence. 


i^ 


into 


Remarks. 




25 




ss 


U.S.Ber. 




Perry, Isaac J. 








Transferred to Co. H, 


Pearson, Louis E. 


18 








" " F. 


Pluinnier, Daniel 


18 








" " D. 


Riicv, Reuben M. 


21 


Harrison 






Promoted to Corporal. 


Eider, Albert S. 


19 


Portland 


s 


Got. 5 


Sick at Baltimore. 


Rider, Mark 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Robbins, Charles S. 


34 


Norway 


M 


do 


Detached as Wagoner to Co. H. 


Russell, William 0. 


19 


Portland 


8 


do 




Sarf^ent, Henry 


21 


Mt. Vernon 






Promoted to Corporal. 


Sturtevant, Thomas D. 


34 


Lewiston 


M 


do 




Stevens, Charles N. 




Portland 


s 


do 




Soule, George A. 


24 


do 


S 


do 




Spring, F. A. 


18 


do 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 


Sawyer, Greenlief 


19 








Transferred to Co. H. 


Stevens, David H. 


21 


Auburn 


s 


do 




Sawyer, J(jseph H. 


18 








Transferred to Co. F. 


Tighe, Dennis 


21 


Portland 


s 


do 




Tavlor, William H. 


21 


Winslow 


s 


do 




Trask, William H. 


21 








Transferred to Co. H. 


Williams, Charles H. 


20 


Read field 


s 


do 




Wiggin, George N. 


26 


China 


M 


do 




Weymouth, Samuel 


43 


Bridgton 


M 


do 




Weymouth, George 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Wriglit, James M. 


21 


Mt. Vernon 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 


Wentworth, Charles H. 


24 








Transferred to Co. H. 


Wood, Cyrus D. 


21 








(( a ti 


Whitney, James A. 


18 








" " F. 


Wright," Lyman H. 


18 








" " H. 


Newbold, Andrew D. 


19 


Portland 


s 


do 




Jackson, Andrew 


32 








Transferred to Co. F. 


Atcherson, John 


20 


Portland 


s 


do 




Love, William H. 


36 


do 


M 


do 


, 


Hanson, Niles A. 


23 


do 


M 


do 




Briggs, Luther 


18 


Woodstock 


s 


do 




Small, Farnham H. 


26 








Transferred to Co. G. 


Young, Edward K. 


18 








" " F. 


Stevens, George L. 


28 


Westbrook 


M 


do 


Sick in camp. 


Morton, Levi I. 


45 




M 


do 


" « 


Goodwin, Joshua B. 


24 


Auburn 


S 


do 




Cummings, Wallace E. 


27 


Poland 


s 


do 




Allen, Caiman H. 


18 


Auburn 


s 


do 




Annas, John G. 


44 


do 


M 


do 




Lancaster, Charles 


30 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




Smitii, James 


26 


do 


M 


do 




Baker, James 


22 


do 




do 


Sick in camp. 


Boody, Francis G. 


27 


Portland 


M 


Nov.27 




Mullen, Ozias 


34 


Embden 


S 


do 




Wilson, Alanson L. 


19 


Anson 


s 


do 




Thaver, Charles H. 


18 


Turner 


s 


do 




Farr, David 


23 


Portland 


M 


do 




McFaden, Gorham P. 


19 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




Winslow, William A. 


19 


Portland 


s 


do 




Ross, William B. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




AVilliiims, John A. 


21 


do 


M 


do 




Goodhue, John 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Atkinson, Nathaniel 


23 


Limington 


s 


Get. 14 




Plaisted, Byron 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Chickering, Sabine C. 




Portland 


M 


Oct. 16 




Devine, Anthony 




do 


s 


Oct. 5 




Hamilton, William A. 


22 


Kittery 
Portland 


M 


Oct. 6 




Smellage, Charles E. 


18 


s 


do 





444 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company G, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


i 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


charged. 


serted. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

3 
63 


1 

7 








1 




22 


3 
13 

3 
93 


Total 


81 


8 






1 1 1 


22 


112 



Condensed Morning Report, December 2d, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 












Duty. 






Service. 








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88 





Present Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




1 


Names, 


< 
31 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 

Appnint- 

iiient. 


Remarks. 


1 


William P. Jordan 


Captain 


Portland 


Oct. 5 




2 Benjamin M. Redlon 


28 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Benjamin P. Whitney 


23 


2d Lieut. 


Windham 


do 




1 


Charles E. Jordan 


27 


Sergeant 


Portland 


Sept. 10 




2 


George H. Hurd 


23 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Henry A. Burnham 


31 


do 


do 


do 




4 


James E. INIitchell 


20 


do 


Yarmouth 


do 




5 


Robert M. Weeks 


27 


do 


Portland 


do 




1 


Henrv M. Smith 


22 


Corporal 


Portland 


Sept. 10 




2 


William P. Hamilton 


18 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Henrv A. Pliimmer 


25 


do 


do 


do 




4 


William W. Knight 


25 


do 


do 


Oct. 30 




5 


Henrv Sargent 


21 


do 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




6 


Edward B Merrill 


25 


do 


Winslow 


do 




7 


Reuben M. Rilev 


21 


do 


Harri'^on 


do 




8 


Valentine R. Jackson 


22 


do 


Portland 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



445 



Return of Capt. George W. "West, Company D, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Mauie 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of r)ecember l(.t, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of tlie changes that have taken place in the Company smce it 
entered the service of the United States, on the fourth day of October, 1861. 

GEORGE W. WEST, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS'd officers. 
George W. West, 
John D. Beardsley, 
Henry M. Binncy. 

SERGEANTS. 

Edward BracUett, 
John C. Miller, 
Ezra Randall, 
Chandler Libby, 
James Stinson. 

CORPORALS. 

George McDonald, 
Hugh McManus, 
Thomas Waitt, 
James Gillespie, 
William Pheasant, 
George A. Hamilton, 
Joseph Crane, 
John W. O'Connor. 

MUSICIANS. 

John Erwin, 
Charles Kehoe. 

WAGONER. 

Charles B. Canney. 

PRIVATES. 

Baker, Joseph C. 
Barker, Albert E. 
Brown, Joseph G. 
Buck, Thomas J., Jr. 
Campbell, Henry 
Casey, William 
Carson, Charles 
Clark, George E. 
Duran, Benjamin 
Day, Vinali 
Dow, Alexander 
Esty, George W. 
Fernald, Hercules S. 
Hayes, Maurice 
Herl)crt, Francis 
Hutcliinson, A. H. 
Kendall, H. E. 
Hallsck, H. Henry 
Knowlan, John N. 
Law, Thomas 
Legasse, Joseph 
Libby, Elias T. 
McNulty, John 
Marshall, John D. 
Marston, Henry M. 
McBrine, Dundas 
McNally, Patrick 
McDonald, Daniel 
M.-Donald, Wm. D. 
McKensie, John 







aj 


Miistr'd 




Residence. 


C 60 


into 


< 




M 


U.S.Ser. 


29 


Somcrville 




25! Grand Falls 


s 


Oct. 4 


30 


Somerville 


M 




23 


Boston, Mass. 


s 


do 


29 


Fort Kent 


M 


do 


23 


do 


S 


do 


22 


Limestone 


s 


do 


23 Fort Kent 


s 


do 


2.") Ashland 


s 


do 


21 Grand Falls 


s 


do 


24 Fort Kent 


s 


do 


21 do 


s 


do 


31 Woodstock 


s 


do 


20 Grand Falls 


s 


do 


24 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 


24 


do 


s 


do 


21 


do 


s 


do 


14 


Portland 


s 


do 


37 


Bangor 


M 


do 


2.5 


Masardis [NB 


s 


do 


21 


Fredericton, 


s 


do 


29 


Portage Lake 


s 


do 


24 


Enfield 


s 


do 


22 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 


27 


Castle Hill 


s 


do 


18 


Houlton 


s 


do 


2.5 


Ashland 


s 


do 


40 


Westbrook 


M 


do 


IS 


Ashland 


s 


do 


21 


do 


s 


do 


21 


do 


s 


do 


18 


Lowell 


s 


do 


20 


Houghton 


s 


do 


21 


Ashland 


s 


do 


21 


Tremont 


s 


do 


19 


Ashland 


s 


do 


23 


do 


s 


do 


23 


Masardis 


s 


do 


42 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 


21 


Limestone 


s 


do 


21 


Ashland 


s 


do 


35 


Portland 


s 


do 


26 


Castle Hill 


s 


do 


24 


Limestone 


s 


do 


32 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 


28 


Portland 


M 


do 


22 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 


28 


do 


s 


do 


37 


I do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Reduced to ranks. 



Reduced to ranks, Nov. 21. 



Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 22. 



Promoted to Corporal, Nov. 22. 



446 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company D, Tenth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 





„• 


oi 


Miistr'd 






Names. 


< 


Residence. 


Sic 


into 
U.S.Ser. 

Oct. 4 


Remarks. 




McKenney, D. B. 


18 


Lincoln 


S 






Messer, Levi D. 


.34 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 




Miller, John 


32 


Fort Kent 


S 


do 






Moran, Alien 


20 


Mavsville 


S 


do 






Moran, Ganet 


34 


Castle Hill 


M 


do 






Montreal, Ferman 


23 


Ashland 


S 


do 






Murphy. Hugh 


2.3 


Fort Kent 


S 


do 






Nixon," Thos. L. 


23 


Grand Falls 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. A, 


Oct. 26. 


Pratt, Daniel 


19 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 






Sebistean, Alexander 


31 


do 


s 


do 






Sears, Hiram 


22 


do 


s 


do 






Smith, James 


35 


Portland 


M 


do 






Shehan, James R. 


25 


Ashland 


s 


do 






Smith, Joseph 


24 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 






Smith, Jefferson 


23 


Ashland 


s 


do 






Somei-s, Nicholas 


30 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Souci, Jerry 


26 


Ashland 


s 


do 






Stanley, George 


30 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 






Sihly, 'William 


34 


Lowell 


s 


do 






Shorey, Joshua R. 


25 


Enfield 


s 


do 






Spencer, Benj. P. 


18 


Lincoln 


s 


do 






Taggart, Howard 


21 


Portage Lake 


s 


do 






Therianlt, William 


18 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Thompson, Edwin 


34 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 






Wallace, William 


25 


Ashland 


s 


do 


Sick at Portland. 




Ward, David 


24 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 






Westcott, John 


22 


Masardis 


s 


do 






White, John 


26 


Fort Kent 


s 


do 






McGowen, Michael 


35 


Portland 


s 


Nov.15 






Plummer, Daniel 


18 


do 


s 


do 


Sick at Baltimore. 




Peabody, Wm. D. 


23 


do 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. A. 




Anderson, Charles 


20 


Limestone 


s 


Oct. 






Bryant, Chas . F. 


23 


Presque Isle 


s 


do 






Beard, Oscar F. 


21 


Maysville 


s 


do 






Bugiiee, Thos L. 


21 


Washburn 


s 


do 






Bean, Silas H. 


20 


Maysville 


s 


Nov. 






Bean, Chas. B. 


18 


do 


s 


do 






Brown, John 


41 


do 


s 


do 






Campbell, Geo. J. 


30 


Limestone 


s 


do 






Donnelly, Edward 


22 


Washburn 


s 


do 






Dobson, William 


18 Carabon 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. A, 


Oct. 26. 


Emerson, Henry C. 


32 Limestone 


s 


do 






Grady, John 


40 


Eaton Grant 


s 


do 






Giberson, Simon 


23 


Sarstield 


s 


do 






Hanson, Edward H. 


23 


Fort Fairfield 


s 


do 






Hammond, Charles W. 


20 


Sarsfield 


s 


do 






Kelly, Amos 


28 


London 


s 


do 






Legasse, Paul 


24 


Limestone 


s 


do 






Johnston, Freeman 


20 


do 


s 


do 






Lee, Edward 


23 


Houlton 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. A, 


Oct. 2G. 


McNeil, Nelson 


20 


Fort F.iirfield 


s 


do 






Mulligan, Wallace 


18 Castle Hill 


s 


do 






McDougal, Archibald 


30 Houlton 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. A, 


Oct. 26. 


McLarren, John 


23 


Washburn 


s 


do 






Ross, Edward 


26 


Eaton Grant 


s 


do 






Randall, James 


28 


Castle Hill 


s 


do 






Twist, Jos. 


21 Mapleton 


s 


do 






Waddle, William 


21 ! do 


s 


do 






Marshall, Geo. 


27 


Portland 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. A, 


Oct. 26. 



APPENDIX D. 



447 



Recapitulation of Company D, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
cliarged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 

6 






^'^ f°' Sick 
Duty. '""'^• 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

13 

3 

80 


3 










3 

13 
3 

89 


Total 99 3 










6 


108 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 










Sice. 


Special 












DUTV. 






Service. 
















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Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



1 G. W. West 

2 John D. Beardsley 

3 Henry Martin Binney 

1 Edward Brackett 

2 John C. Miller 

3 Ezra Randall 

4 Chandler Libby 

5 James Stinson 

1 George McDonald 

2 Hugh McManus 

3 James Gillespie 

4 William Pheasant 

5 George A. Hamilton 

6 John W. O'Connor 

7 George E. Clarke 

8 Albert E. Barker 

1 John Erwin 

2 Charles Kehoe 

3 1 Charles B. Canney 



< 


Rank. 


29 
2.5 


Captain 
1st Lieut. 


30 


2d Lieut. 


23 

29 


Sergeant 
do 


23 


do 


22 


do 


23 


do 


25 
21 


Corporal 
do 


21 


do 


31 


do 


20 


do 


24 


do 


25 


do 


21 


do 


21 


Musician 


14 


do 


37 


Wagoner 



Residence. 



Somerville, Ms. 
Grand Falls,NB. 
Somerville, Ms. 

Boston, Mass. 
Fort Kent 

do 
Limestone 
Fort Kent 

Ashland 
Gd.Falls.NB. 
Fort Kent 
Woodstock 
Grand Falls 
Fort Kent 
Ashland 
Fredericton 

Fort Kent 
Portland 



Date of 

Rank or 

Appiiint- 

liieiit. 



Sept. 23 
do 
do 

Oct. 3 
Sept. 23 

do 

do 

do 

Sept. 23 

do 

do 
Oct. 3 

do 

do 
Nov. 22 

do 



Remarks. 



448 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Albert H. Estes, Compatiy E, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of Deceinber 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 fourth day of October, 1861. 

ALBERT H. ESTES, Captain. 



Names. 



commiss'd officeks. 
Albert H. Estes, 
Cyrus Latham. 
Andrew C. Cloudman. 

SERGEANTS. 

Joseph H. Perley, Jr. 
Herbert R. Sargent, 
Charles S. Trowbridge, 
Theodore H. Lombard, 
Henry T. Smith. 

CORPORALS. 

James S. Roberts, 
Asa S. Cox, 
William S. Noyes, 
James H. Morton, 
Amos K. Hodgdon, 
George A. Smith, 
Benjamin E. Oakes, 
Joseph F. Mackin. 

MUSICIAN. 

Turnery Carey. 

WAGONER. 

Joshua R. King. 

PRIVATES. 

Aldrich, William C 
Anderson, Charles H. 
Abbott, Abial W. 
Barstow, Samuel R. 
Benson, Joseph 
Bryant, Rufus 
Brown, Frank E. 
Burnham, Charles H. 
Burnham, James H. 
Bartlett, Lvsander 
Bragdon, Chas. W. M. 
Chase, Wiibert F. 
Caldwell, Charles B. 
Chaplin, John 
Douglass, Jeremiah S. 
Davis, William E. 
Day, William 
Emerson, William 
Green, Melien 
Garcelon, Levi M. 
Guniey, Michael 
Gurney, Stillman 
Gookl, Josiah 
Green, Charles R. 
Huff, William A. 
Hill, Ivory L. 
Harmon, Benjamin F. 
Hayes, John (). 
Higsrins, Ciiarles E. 
Hyde, William A. 
Hbdsdon, David T. 



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Mil 1 '(i 


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Residence. 


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36 


Portland 


M 


Oct. 4 


32 


do 


M 


do 


26 


do 


S 


do 


19 


do 


S 


do 


25 


do 


M 


do 


27 


do 


M 


do 


21 


do 


S 


do 


22 Buxton 


s 


do 


1 
20 'Portland 


s 


do 


.30 do 


s 


do 


21 N. Yarmouth 


s 


do 


22 Buxton 


s 


do 


36 


Windham 


M 


do 


24 


Portland 


s 


do 


26 Kennebunk 


s 


do 


23 


Portland 


s 


do 


23 


Portland 


M 


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do 


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do 


20 


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s 


do 


19 


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s 


do 


20 


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s 


do 


22 


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M 


do 


45 


Rockland 


M 


do 


20] Hartford 


s 


do 


17 


Limington 


s 


do 


21 


Bridgton 


s 


do 


16 


do 


s 


do 


39 


Hartford 


M 


do 


30 [Portland 


s 


do 


23 


do 


M 


do 


23 


Otisfield 


s 


do 


22 


Naples 


M 


do 


19 


Portland 


s 


do 


19 


do 


s 


do 


19 


Westbrook 


s 


do 


18 


Harrison 






17 


Naples 


s 


do 


18 


Livermore 


s 


do 


20 


Hartford 


s 


do 


23 


do 


s 


do 


21 


Portland 


M 


do 


26 


do 


M 


do 


19 


Buxton 


s 


do 


21 


do 


s 


do 


27 


do 


s 


do 


23 


Portland 


s 


do 


22 


Buxton 


s 


do 


23 


Livertnore 


s 


do 


25 


Bethel 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Never reported for duty. 



In hospital. 



Never reported for duty. 



APPENDIX D. 



449 



Return of Company E, Tenth Regiment, (^ContinKed.j 





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as 


Miistr'd 




Names. 


a 


Residence. 


C tic 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




S 


U.S.Ser. 
Oct. 4 




Haskell, William T. 


19 


Portland 




Hnyte, John L. 


21 


E. Livermore 


s 


do 




Johnson, Tlionias 


■ib 


Portland 


M 


do 




Kcene, William H. 


18 


Otisfield 


s 


do 




Knight, George H. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Libby, Henry 


18 


Limington 


s 


do 




Latham, Porter 


21 


Gray 


s 


do 


Sick in hospital. 


Linscott, Joseph P. 


26 


Saco 


M 


do 




Maxfiekl, Josiah C. 


2.5 


Naples 


s 


do 




Merrow, Lorenzo 


18 


Harrison 


s 


do 




Manson, Charles H. 


21 


Moderation 


s 


do 




Milliken, Charles O. 


28 


Saco 


s 


do 




Noyes, Clinton 


17 


N. Yarmouth 


s 


do 




Parsons, Albert D. 


17 


do 


.S 


do 




Paine, Junius D. 


22 


Pownal 


s 


do 




Porter, Charles C. 


18 


N. Yarmouth 


s 


do 




Porter, Nehemiah N. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Rider, Moses A. 


19 


Pownal 


s 


do 




Robbins, Amasiah B. 


19 


Paris 


s 


do 




Simpson, George W. 


29 


Portland 


s 


do 




Stevens, James E. 


18 


Naples 


s 


do 




Sanborn, Jerome 0. 


24 


Bethel 


M 


do 




Stone, Shirley M. 


18 


Saco 


s 


do 




Sloman, Charles A. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Sallv, Elisha F. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Sneil, John E. 


28 


Pownal 


s 


do 




Stone, Charles H. 


2.3 


Saco 


M 


do 




Smith, Harrison W. 


20 


Portland 


s 


do 




St. John, William E. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Sanborn, William H. 


19 


Bridgton 


s 


do 




Tibbets, Charles A. 


20 


C. Elizabeth 


s 


do 




Tibbets, Ira Franklin 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Trefethen, Clifford J. 


24 


Portland 


s 


do 




Widge, Lewis 


21 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Ward, William H. 


20 


Standish 


s 


do 




Wales, Franklin 


20 


C. Elizabeth 


s 


do 




Walton, Andrew J. 


27 


E. Livermore 


s 


do 




Whitney, Nathan F. 


21 


Standisli 


s 


do 




Warren, Edward B. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Whittemore, Eben C. 


18 


E. Livermore 


s 


do 




Whitney, Henry C. 


18 


Naples 


s 


do 




Roach, Edward 


30 


Portland 


M 


do 




Hartshorn, Frederick A. 


20 


do 


s 


Oct. 26 




Hofran, Tiiomas 


28 


do 


s 


Oct. 16 




Bishop, Jesse 


30 


Peru 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. H. 


Andrew, William 


26 


Rum ford 




do 




Lowry, William 


28 


Portland 


M 


do 




Howe, James R. 


23 


do 


M 


do 




Cook. David W. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Damren, Dasten 


26 


do 


M 


do 




Hibbard, Ezra C. 


26 


Lewiston 


M 


do 


Transferred to Co. H. 


Cook, Hiram T. 


20 


Portland 


S 


do 


Promoted to Corporal. 


Chase, Samuel R. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Higgins, Sumner C. 


18 


Buxton 


s 


do 




Morse, Benjamin F. 


21 


Norway 


s 


do 




Chase, Edward E. 


26 


Portland 


M 


Nov.27 




Libby, John 


23 


Limington 


s 


do 




Coolbrotli, William 


26 


Portland 


M 


Oct. 16 





450 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company E, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Ilaine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers, 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 








Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
83 


2 










1 

1 


2 


3 

14 

2 

88 


Total 


101 


2 








2 


2 


107 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 


















On 










On 




For Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 






Sick. 


Special 
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Date of 




i 


Names. 


36 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Renii-rks. 


1 


Albert II. Estes 


Captain 


Porthmd 


Oct. 3 




2 


Cvrus Latliam 


32 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


Andrew C. Cloudman 


26 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Joseph H. Pcrley, Jr. 


19 


Serjeant Portland 


Oct. 4 




2 


Herbert II. Sartrent 


•25 


do do 


do 




3 


Charles S. Trowl)ridffe 


27 


do do 


do 




4 


Theodore H. Lombard 


21 


do do 


do 




5 


Henry T. Smith 


22 


do Bu.xton 


do 




1 


Hiram T. Cook 


20 


Corporal Portland 


Nov. 1 




2 


Asa S. Cox 


30 


do 


do 


Oct. 4 




3 


William S. Noves 


21 


do 


N. Yarmouth 


do 




4 


James H. ISIorroii 


22 


do 


Buxton 


do 




5 


Amos K. Hod^don 


36 


do 


Windham 


do 




6 


Geor2:e A. Smith 


24 


do 


Portland 


do 




7 


Benjainin F. Oakes 


26 


do 


Kennebunk 


do 




8 


Joseph F. Mack in 


23 


do 


Porthmd 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



451 



Eeturn of Capt.William Knowlton, Company F, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of Decemher 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 fourth dav of Octohcr, 1861. 

WILLIAM KNOWLTON, Captain. 



Names. 



commiss'd officers. 
William Knowlton, 
Edward S. Butler, 
Abel G. Rankin. 

SERGEANTS. 

Charles H. Haskell, 
Isaiah S. Stevens, 
Samuel E. Cushing, 
Joseph S. Merrill, 
Hardy N. Baker. 

CORPORALS. 

Alfred Roberts, 
Samuel W. Lovell, 
Frank J. Savage, 
Harrison B. Winter, 
James Lowe, 
George H. Gould. 

MUSICIAN. 

William W. Sewall. 

WAGONER. 

Isaac K. Knowlton. 

PRIVATES. 

Burke, William 
Beal, Thomas R. 
Beal, Jonathan 
Burr, Charles F. 
Dockham, George A. 
Dudley, Gustavus A. 
Davis, Isaac P. 
Elliot, Edward F. 
Fitzgerald, Daniel S. 
Foster, Nicholas L. 
Gage, George N. 
Gray, Wesley 
Grant, Amaziah 
Grant, Samuel R. 
Gordon, John H. 
Ilodsdon, Samuel R. 
Jewett, Levi D. 
Jones, Henry H. 
Jordan, Henry F. 
Kincaid, John A. 
Knights, Freeman J. 
Kennison, Chas. H. 
Lane, Sullivan 
Lihliey, Lewis F. 
Lovejoy, Charles 
Morse, Joseph W. 
Prindall, WilHam 
Pullen, Owen 
Pyre, William A. 
Phimmer, Alpheus 
Stirk, Henry 
Smith, Kennedy 
Stevens, Euos H. 



Residence. 



Lewiston 
do 
do 



21 Pownal 
28: Yarmouth 
22I Pownal 
24;Readfield 
20 Lewiston 



Durham 
Yarmouth 
Anson 
Dixfield 
Lewiston 
do 

Portland 

Lewiston 

do 
Durham 

Anson 

Pownal 

Poland 

Lewiston 

Aul)urn 

Rum ford 

Lewiston 

do 
Otisfield 
Emhden 
Durham 

do 
Mr. Vernon 
Milton PI. 
Woodstock 
Yarmoutli 
Andover 
Lewiston 
Pownal 
Lewiston 
Anson 
Pownal 
Saco 
Andover 
Brunswick 
Anson 
Lewiston 
Bridgton 
Turner 
Salem 
Auburn 



Si 

J 60 
tS c 


Mustr'd 

into 
U.S.Ser. 


M 


Oct. 4 


M 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


M 


do 


S 


do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


s 


do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


S 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Sick at Baltimore. 



Deserted Oct. 4. 



452 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company jP, Tenth Reg-inient, ( Continved.') 









u . 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


6 


Residence. 


C"^ 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




s 


U.S.Ser. 




Sidney, Philip 


21 


Portland 


Oct. 4 




Sawyer, Joseph W. 


18 


Pownal 


s 


do 




Tliinfr, Everard 


19 


Mt. Vernon 


s 


do 




Tripp, Harrison A. 


21 


Sedgwick 


s 


do 




Tuttle, Alhion 


22 


Pownal 


s 


do 




West, Lewis F. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Williams, Charles B. 


30 


Mt Vernon 


M 


do 




Welch, Benj. A. 


18 


Minot 


s 


do 




Walker, Fred. L. 


18 


Woolwich 


s 


do 




Nichols, Abra E. 


21 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




Eames, Martin 


19 


Embden 


s 


do 




Ellsworth, Isaac 


36 


Salem 


M 


do 




Townsend, John W. 


19 


Auburn 


s 


do 




McClinchy, Hugh 


19 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




Covell, James E. 


16 


Durham 


s 


do 




Frost, Isaac C. 


23 


Weld 


s 


do 




Marston, Charles 


30 


Lewiston 


M 


do 




Ricords, p]dwin 


20 


Turner 


s 


do 




Pratt, Reuben D. 


22 


Mercer 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal, Oct. 4. 


Thompson, Andrew J. 


25 


Farmington 


M 


do 




Heeney, Charles W. 


24 


Lewiston 


s 


do 


Promoted to Corporal, Oct. 4. 


Devine, Anthony, Jr. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. C. 


O'Neil, Lanty 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Johnson, George, W. 


22 


Freeport 


M 


do 




Pole, Isaac J. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 




Hall, Enoch L. 


41 


Lewiston 


M 


do 




Pearson, William H. 


21 


Locke's Mills 


S 


do 




Davis, Lorenzo T. 


24 


Carmel 


M 


do 




Hutchinson, Benj. F. 


24 


Rockland 


S 


do 




Lapham, Joseph 


18 


Rumford 


s 


do 


. 


Buck, John A. 


31 


Greenwood 


M 


do 




Atkinson, Charles A. 


23 


Mercer 


s 


do 




Hall, Daniel E. 


18 


Xaples 


s 


do 




Knights, Abel J. 


27 


Kcnnebunkp't 


s 


do 




Eastman, Thos. A. 


20 


Lewiston 


s 


do 


Transferred from Co. C 


Cole, Consider 


43 


Greenwood 


s 


do 


(( K l( 


Jackson, Andrew 


32 


Lewiston 


M 


do 


t( l( ,t 


Libby, Elijah 


23 


Greenwood 


s 


do 


li 4< 11 


Pearson, Lewis E. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 


li (< (( 


Whitney, James H. 


18 


Chesterville 


s 


do 


Sick at home. 


Young, Eleazer K. 


18 


Yarmouth 


s 


do 


« (< 


Sraellage, George W. 


29 


Portland 


M 


do 




Howard, Fred A. 


18 


Anson 


s 


Oct. 15 




Cleveland, Benj F. 


34 


do 


M 


do 




Daggett, Obcd'W. 


26 


do 


s 


do 




Robbius, Samuel S. 


19 


do 


s 


do 


Sick at home. 



APPENDIX D. 453 

Recapitulation of Company F, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present &. Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 

serled. 

1 


Trans- 
ferred. 

8 






Fit for 
Duty. 

3 
13 

2 
68 


Sick. 


Killed. 


Total. 


Cominissioiied Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


6 










3 
13 

2 
83 


Total 


86 


6 ! 






1 


8 


101 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 18G1. 















Prese 


NT. 


















Ab 


SENT. 
















On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 




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Duty. 




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Service. 




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Date of 




o 


Names. 


u 


Kank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


& 




< 

31 






ment. 




1 


William Knowlton 


Captain 


Lewiston 


Oct. 17 




2iEd\var(l S. Butler 


29 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 Abel G. Rankia 


31 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 Charles H. Haskell 


21 


Sergeant 


Pownal 


Oct. 4 




2'Isaiah S. Stevens 


28 


do 


Yarmouth 


do 




3 Samuel E. Gushing 


22 


do 


Pownal 


do 




4 Joseph S. Merrill 


24 


do 


Readfield 


do 




5 Hardy N. Baker 


20 


do 


Lewiston 


do 
do 




1 Alfred Roberts 


23 


Corporal 


Durham 


do 




2 Samuel W. Lovell 


24 


do 


Yarmouth 


do 




3 Frank J. Savasje 


19 


do 


Anson 


do 




4 Harrison B. Winter 


21 


do 


Dixfield 


do 




5 'ames Lowe 


42 


do 


Lewiston 


do 




6 George H. Gould 


25 


do 


do 


do 




7 Reuben D. Pratt 


22 


do 


Mercer 


do 




8 


Charles W. Heeny 

i 


24 


do 


Lewiston 


do 





454 



adjutant-general's report. 



Keturn of Capt. Henry Rust, Jr., Company G, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, togeth- 
er with a record of the changes tliat have taken place in the Company since it en- 
tered the service of the United States, on tlie fourth day of October, 1861. 

JONATHAN BLAKE, Captain. 



I 



Named. 



COMMISS D OFFICKK8. 

Henry Rust, Jr., 
Jonathan Blake, 
William W. Whitmarsh, 

SERGEANTS. 

J. Frank Raynes, 
John F. Fitz, 
John F. Jordan, 
Henry H. McKeen, 
William F. Hale. 

CORPORALS. 

Zebedee Cashman, 
Rufus E. Farris, 
Jason S. Goodenow, 
Augustus W. Mathews, 
James H. Manstield, 
Edward Goddard, 
Jere Dempsey, 
Edmund P. Thayer. 

MUSICIANS. 

Robert H. Murphy, 
Harrison Noble. 

AVAGONER. 

Samuel S.. Yates. 

PRIVATES. 

Allen, Henry H. 
Bartlett, Marcus C. 
Bartlett, Lucius S. 
Briggs, Alfred H. 
Burlie, Edward 
Bradbury, Frank J. 
Barker, Ebenezer H. 
Black, Josiah S. 
Crockett, James, 2d. 
Charles, Lelo F. 
Chase, Charles 
Cushman, Freeland A. 
Cummings, Joseph W. 
Chandler, William P. 
Dresser, Horace 
Eastman, Jonathan C. 
Fuller, Alpheus 
Fuller, William H. 
Farrington, Henry L. 
Greenleaf, Charles F. 
Gray, Elden B. 
Emery, Sewall B. 
Hill, Leonard C. 
Hicks, Alfred C. 
Hall, Ciiarlcs 
Hamden, James 
Hill, Willard B. 
Henley, John S. 
Henley, Pliny B. 
Jordan, James 



I go Mustr'd 
Residence. ^ ^ into 
Stc tJ.S.Ser. 



Norway 
do 
do 



24 1 Auburn 
25 [Norway 
ill Paris 
26|Stoneham 
22 1 Norway 



23 



Oxford 



Hebron 
Newry 
28 Paris 
2l|LoveIl 
44 Bethel 
21 Norway 
26 Oxford 



29 



Portland 
Norway 

Norway 



18 Waterford 
18 Norway 
23J do 
18|Duinmer 

18 Albany 
22 Norway 
2. 3, Newry 

42 Hanover 
32 j Norway 

19 Stowe 
20l Milton PI. 
20 1 Oxford 
2.5 1 Woodstock 
22^ Stowe 
26 Lovell 
22 Stone 
26 [Woodstock 
22| do 
18| Sweden 
22 1 Norway 
22 Lovell 
18, Poland 
19 Sweden 
22, Oxford 
26 Norway 

43 Chath.'im,NH. 
18 Sweden 
22 Otisfield 
21 j do 

44 Bridgton 



S 
M 

S 

S 
M 

S 

s 

8 

S 
M 

S 

s 
s 

M 

s 
s 

M 
M 

M 

S 

8 
S 

s 
s 

s 
s 

M 

s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 

M 
M 

8 
S 
S 

s 



Oct. 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 



Remarks. 



Discharged, Oct. 14. 
Promoted to Captain, Oct. 21. 
" 1st Lieut., " 



Absent on furlough. 

Died at Relay House, Nov. 24. 



Sick at Relay House. 
Sick at Relay House. 

Sick at Relay House. 



APPENDIX D. 



t55 



Return of Company G, Tenth Regiment, ( Continued.') 





. 




go Mustr'rt 




Names. 


< 


Residence. 


<^'%\ into 

S'l U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 


Johnson, William 


30 Stowe 


M Oct. 4 


Sick at Relay House. 


Knight, George M. 


2liWaterford 


S 


do 




Knox, Samuel, Jr. 


22 Chatham.NH. 


s 


do 




Kimball, Eben A. 


23 Hamlin's Gt. 


s 


do 


Sick at Relay House. 


Knight, Joseph 


20 Otisfiekl 


s 


do 


« a 


Littlefiekl, John S. 


30 Stoneham 


31 


do 




LittlefieUI, Albert 


22| do 


s 


do 




Mason, Vincent 


is' Albany 


s 


do 




Morse, Seward P. 


24 Andover 


s 


do 




Merrill, James L. 


18 Norway 


s 


do 




Mathews, Charles 


21 do 


s 


do 




Merrill, William H. H. 


21 Hebron 


s 


do 


Died at Relay House, Nov. 29. 


Morse, David 


25 Paris 


s 


do 




Meader, Calvin 


22!Chatham,NH. 


s 


do 


Sick at Relay House. 


Mains, Solomon 


36 Gorham 


M 


do 




Merrill, William B. 


21 Hel)ron 


s 


do 


Sick at Relay House. 


Nichols, John A. 


21 


Chatham.NH. 


s 


do 




Nutting, Jason S. 


24 


Andover 


s 


do 




Prescott, John B. 


ISjLovell 


s 


do 




Pike, William H. 


20 1 Harrison 


s 


do 




Powers, Thomas 


21 


Newry 


s 


do 




Pike, Darius T. 


22 


Norway 


s 


do 




Russell, Nelson R. 


35 


Greenwood 


M 


do 




Russell, Benjamin, Jr. 


18 


do 


S ! do 


Sick at Relay House. 


Swan, Fessenden 


41 


Woodstock 


M 


do 




Smith, Nathan 


37 


Otisfiekl 


M 


do 


Sick at Relay House. 


Smith, Jonathan 


34 


do 


S 


do 




Seavey, Lafayette 


19 


Waterford 


s 


do 




Stevens, Elmer L. 


18| Chatham.NH, 


s 


do 




Upton, Jolm A. 


33 1 Otisfiekl 


s 


do 


Sick at Relay House. 


AVood, Wdliam E. 


23 Oxford 


s 


do 




Whitney, Theodore 


2 1 Harrison 


s 


do 




Wilber, Henry 


18 Albany 


s 


do 




Widber, James S. 


24 Newry 


s 


do 




Ellis, Charles A. 


21 Sweden 


s 


Oct. 15 




Kenney, Solomon S. 


21 Paris 


s 


do 


Sick at Relay House. 


Witham, Charles W. 


SlMinot 


s 


do 




Millett, Henry R. 


25 Norway 


s 


Oct. 21 


Ap. 2d Lieut, by Gov., Oct. 21. 


Small, Farnham H. 


26 Boston, Mass. 


s 


Oct. 4 


Transferred from Co. C, Oct. 5. 


Bryant, Amos S. 


26 Woodstock 


M 


Nov. 27 




Lapham. I<aac F. 


28! do 


M 


do 




Laphani, Charles G. 


23 Bethel 


s 


do 




Perham, James L. 


19 Woodstock 


s 


do 




Warren, Nathaniel E. 


21 Weld 


s 


do 




Estes, Nathan C. 


18 


Bethel 


s 


do 





456 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company G, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- De- 
charged, serled. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Nou-Com. Officers 
Musicians & AYagoner 
Privates 


2 
13 

3 
54 


13 






2 


1 




3 

13 

3 

69 


Total 


72 


13 






2 


1 




88 



Condensed Morning Report, December 2d, 18G1. 



For DuTy. 



Sick. 



3 13 51 67 






Ox 

Special 

Duty. 



13113. 



91 ^ 



Is 

Arrest. 






o ■z 



80 



Sick. 






On j 
Sfeciai. 
Service.! 



= > tt 



1 1 81 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




6 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


Z 










ment. 




1 


Jonathan Blake 


44 


Captain 


Norway 


Oct. 21 


Pr.FmlstL't.0ct.21 


2 


William W. Whitmarsh 


26 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 


" 2d " 


3 


Henry E. Millett 


25 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 


Ap. by Gov. " 


1 


J. Franklin Raynes. 


24 


Sergeant 


Auburn 


Oct. 4 




2 


John F. Fitz 


25 


do Norway 


do 




3 


John F. Jordan 


21 


do Paris 


do 




4 


Henrv H. McKeen 


26 


do Stoneham 


do 




5 


William F. Hale 


22 


do Norway 


do 




1 


Zebedee Cusliman 


23 


Corporal Oxford 


Oct. 4 




2 


Rufus E. Farris 


28 


do Hebron 


do 




3 


Jason S. Goodenow 


21 


do Newrv 


do 




4 


Auofusnis W. ]\Iathews 


28 


do 


Paris 


do 




5 James H. Miii-tield 


21 


do 


Lovell 


do 


' 


6 Edward Go IdarJ 


44 


do 


Betliel 


do 




7 


Jere Deni|isiv 


21 


do 


Norway 


do 




8 


Edmund F. Tliayer 


26 


do 


Oxford 


do 




1 


Robert H. IMurphy 


39 


Musician 


Portland 


Oct. 4 




2 Harrison Noble 


29 


do 


Norway 


do 




1 


Samuel S. Yates 


29 


Wagoner 


Norway 


Oct. 4 


i 



APPENDIX D. 



457 



Return of Capt. Charles S. Emerson, Company H. Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
getlier with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the fourth day of October, 1861. 

CHARLES S. EMERSON, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS'd officers. 
Charles S. Emerson, 
James C. Foisom, 
Phineas W. Dill. 

SERGEANTS. 

Benj. M. Bradbury, 
Albert W. Freeman, 
Charles R Anderson 
Alexander B. Conant 
Ivory W. Emerson. 

CORPORALS. 

George W. True, 
David A. Jumper, 
George B. Coburn, 
George W. Harriden, 
Benjamin L. Given, 
Augustus White, 
Granville Blake, 
Alfred F. Lamarche. 

MUSICIANS. 

William S. Hammond, 
Cyrus B. Townsend. 

WAGONER. 

Harrison B. Greene. 

PRIVATES. 

Allen, Francis M. 
Annis, John G. 
Bradbury, Hugh M. 
Bradeen, William H. 
Berry, Albion K. P. 
Brackctt, Wm. H. 
Bonney, Gladden 
Cummings, Wallace E. 
Colburn, John G. 
Dearth, William 
Dillingham, Isaac R. 
Dawees, Alvin 
Davis, Charles H. 
Estes, Silas 
Estes, Stephen R. 
French, Nathaniel F. 
Fuller, George J. 
Fargo, Charles 0. 
Field, Alvin 
Grover, Mark 
Griffin, Howard S. 
Goodwin, Joshua B. 
Green, George A. 
Hcrriek, Oliver 
Irish, Samuel F. 
Kimball, Isaiah 
Kneeland, Ira A. 
Kidder, Roscoe J. 
Lunt, M. William 
Lancaster, Charles 



Residence. 



Auburn 
do 
do 

do 
Minot 
Lewiston 
Auburn 

do 

do 
Lewiston 

do 
Auburn 

do 

do 

do 
Hebron 



Mustr'd 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



M Oct. 4 



Remarks. 



22 Harrison 
IB Auburn 



Weld 

Auburn 
do 

do 
Waterboro' 
Carthage 
Chesterville 
Turner 
Poland 
Carthage 
Auburn 

do 
N. Gloucester 
Auburn 
Lewiston 

do 
Bradford 
Minot 
Turner 
Portland 
Lewiston 
N. Gloucester 
Auburn 
N. Gloucester 
Auburn 
Peru 
Lisbon 
Harrison 
Sumner 
N. Gloucester 
Lewiston 

30 



do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



s 


do 


M 


do 


M 


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 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


do 



Sick at Auburn. 
Transferred to Co. C, Oct. 5. 
Deserted Oct. 5. 



Transferred to Co. C, Oct. 5. 



Sick at hospital. 

Drowned in Long Island Sound, 
[Oct. 7. 
Transferred to Co. C, Oct. 5, 



Transferred to Co. C, Oct. 5. 



458 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company H, Tenth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



Lowell, Gideon P. 
Lane, Edwin A. 
Morrill, Alonzo F. 
Marston, James H. 
Martin, Xavier 
Magill, Andrew J. 
Metcalf, Charles A. 
Oldham, John 
Perry Nelson C. 
Parker, George H. 
Eeed, Adolphus S. 
Rice, Gilman 
Richai'dson, Charles 
Ricker, Henry J. 
Richardson, Oliver B. 
Stetson, David L. 
Stevens, Ezra F. 
Stevens, Samuel S. 
True, Virgil 
Truedeau, Napoleon 
Verrill, Edward K. 
Verrill,Edward P. 
"Verrill, Daniel L. 
Wentworth, Wm. H. 
Warren, John 
Wyman, Thomas 
Whitman, George E. 
WaiTen, Lewis 
Wright, Horace 
Webber, Samuel 
Wright, Winfield S. 
Warren, George W. 
Pratt, Henry C. 
Keen, Charles M. 
Allen, Calmon H. 
Bishop, Jesse 
Hibbard, Ezra C. 
Young, Henry 
Bates, Lewis 
Brooks, Joseph 
Foster, Ambrose A. 
Harris, Robert B. 
Knowles, John 
Lane, Solomon 
Sawyer, Greenlief 
Tras'k, William H. 
Wentworth, Charles H. 
Wood, Cyrus D. 
Perry, Isaac J. 
Wright, Lyman H. 



Residence. 



Greene 

Peru 

Auburn 

Minot 

Peru 

Carthage 

Peru 

Minot 

Durham 

Auburn 

Minot 

Greene 

Auburn 

Hebron 

Auburn 

Turner 

Auburn 

do 
Montreal 
Minot 

do 
Auburn 

do 

do 
Peru 

N. Gloucester 
Auburn 

do 
Lewiston 
Greene 
Peru 
Carthage 
Turner 
Auburn 
Peru 
Lewiston 
Byron 
Auburn 
Lewiston 
Bristol 
Auburn 
Greene 
Bristol 
Danville 
Peru 
Lewiston 
Auburn 

do 

do 



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^ « into ' 
,aa U.S.Ser. , 

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M 

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M 

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do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

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do 

do 

do 

do 

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do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Oct. li 

do 

do 
Oct. ' 



Sick in hospital. 
Discharged Nov. 19. 



Sick in hospital. 



Transferred to Co. C, Oct. 5. 
Transferred from Co. E, Oct. 5. 

« Co K " 
Transferred from Co. C, Oct. 4, 



APPENDIX D. 459 

Recapitulation of Company H, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

13 

3 

68 


4 






1 


1 


1 


5 


3 
13 
3 

80 


Total 


87 


4 






1 


1 


1 


5 


99 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent, 
















On 


In 
Arrest. 








On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 




Special 

DUTV. 




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Present 


Organization of the Company 












Date of 




6 


Names. 


i Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


i? 




< 
30 






ment. 




1 


Charles S. Emerson 


Captain 


Auburn 


April 26 




2 James C. Folsom 


39 


1st Lieut, do 


do 




3 


Phineas W. Dill 


40 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Benjamin M. Bradbury 


20 


Sergeant 


Auburn 


Oct. 4 




2 


Albert W. Freeman 


21 


do 


Minot 


do 




3 


Charles R. Anderson 


21 


do 


Lew is ton 


do 




4 


Alexander B. Conant 


26 


do 


Auburn 


do 




5 


Ivory W. Emerson 


19 


do 


do 


do 




1 


George W. True 


25 


Corporal 


Auburn 


Oct. 4 




2 


David A. Jumper 


22 


do 


Lewiston 


do 




8 


George B. Coburn 


23 


do 


do 


do 




4 


George W. Harriden 


21 


do 


Auburn 


do 




.5 


Benjamin L. Given 


27 


do 


do 


do 




6 Augustus White 


18 


do 


do 


do 




7 Granville Blake 


34 


do 


do 


do 




8 


Alfred F. Lamarche 


22 


do 


Hebron 


do 


■ 



460 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Nehemiah T. Furbish, Company I, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of IJecember 1st, 1861, to- 
getlier with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the fourth day of October, 1861. 

NEHEMIAH T. FURBISH, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISs'd officers. 

Nehemiah T. Furbish, 
Hebron Mayhew, 
Joim T. Simpson. 

SEROEANT8. 

William Wade, 
Benj. T. Witham, 
All)ert H. Johnson, 
Charles C. Graliam, 
Hezekiah Atwood. 

CORPORALS. 

Thomas B. Mariner, 
James L. Fellows, 
Henry S. Babb, 
Edwin Fitch, 
Nathaniel D. Ripley, 
John W. Greeley, 
William A. Quinby, 
William R. Simpson. 

MUSICIAN. 

Jacob J. Hammond. 

WAGONER. 

Erastus Bodge. 

PRIVATES. 

Adams, Irving D. 
Bisbee, Elisha T. 
Batchelder, Henry A. 
Bisbee, Robert 
Barton, P^jhraim K. 
Chute, Edward P. 
Cook, Benj. F. 
Cotton, Aaron D. 
Cobb, Charles 
Cluskey, Piter 
Deland, Daniel, Jr. 
Davis, Benjamin F. 
Dunn, Charles F. 
EiwcU, Hezekiah 
Fitch, Ansel S. 
Follett, William 
Foster, Samuel H. 
Gilbert, George 
Gearrey, Patrick 
Hill, George B. A. 
Hill, Appleton D. 
Hodsdon, Andrew J. 
Harkin, .lohn 
Hill, Francis J. 
Hodsdon, Charles A. 
Haskell, Foster M. 
Higiiins, Rufiis N. 
Jordan, Gccrge A. 
Jordan, Peter 
Johns-on, Alvah 
Johnson, Daniel C. 



Residence. 



Portland 

Westbrook 

Portland 

Westbrook 

Portland 

Westbrook 

do 
Portland 



Westbrook 

do 
Bridgton 
Portland 
Westbrook 

do 
Gray 

Ossipee, N.H. 

Parsonsfield 

Westbrook 

Sumner 

Lewiston 

Bridgton 

Albany 

Naples 

Sebago 

Woodstock 

Portland 

do 

do 
C. Elizabeth 
Portland 
Westbrook 
Bridgton 

do 
Portland 
Gray 

C. Elizabeth 
Harrison 
Naples 
Westbrook 
Scarboro' 
Naples 
Westbrook 

do 
C. Elizabeth 
Andover 
Harrison 
Bridgton 

do 



C.S 


Mnstr'd 


.^ be 


into 


Sx 


U.S.Ser. 


M 


Oct. 4 


S 


do 


M 


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 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


M 


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 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



APPENDIX D. 



461 



Return of Company I, Tenth Regiment, ( Continued.') 









S.S 


Miistr'd 




Names. 


S) 


Residence. 


,: M 


into 


Remarks. 




<_ 




II 


U.S.Ser. 




Johnson, Andrew J. 


27 


Portland 


s 


Oct. 4 




Jordan, Pascal M. 


21 


Naples 


s 


do 




Jewett, William W. 


26 


Westbrook 


M 


do 




Jones, Edwin W. 


25 


do 


M 


do 




Lord, Cyrus J. 


28 


Naples 


M 


do 




Littlefield, Horace P, 


25 


Wells 


M 


do 




Merrell, Loren L. 


26 


Dover 


S 


do 




Murch, Albert W. 


19 


Bridgton 


S 


do 




Mariner, William 


26 


Boston, Mass. 


M 


do 




Murphy, William H. 


22 


Portland 


M 


do 




Pitts, Charles H. 


21 


Naples 


S 


do 




Pennell, John W. 


19 


Westbrook 


S 


do 




Rolf, Benjamin F. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 




Roberts, Charles H. 


IS 


Falmouth 


s 


do 




Roberts, Cassius C. 


18 


Gray 


S 


do 




Shorey, Henry P. 


25 


Wells 


M 


do 




Scammon, Isaac W. 


38 


Portland 


M 


do 




Simpson, Samuel F. 


18 


Gray 


S 


do 




Turner, Moses 


24 


Portland 


s 


do 




Thorn, John 0. 


34 


Bridgton 


M 


do 




Terhune, Stephen 


27 


Portland 


M 


do 




Towle, Andrew J. 


22 


Westbrook 


S 


do 


Appointed drummer, Oct. 


Wheeler, William H. H. 


25 


Gorham 


S 


do 




Wentworth, Henry L. 


18 


Denmark 


s 


do 




Welch, Alvan F. 


23 


Westbrook 


s 


do 




Webb, Eli 


33 


do 


M 


do 




Quimbv, Orrin 


20 


Naples 


s 


do 




Quimby, Charles H. 


22 


Casco 


s 


do 




Thomas, Walter H. 


35 


Portland 


M 


do 


Transferred to band. 


Kidder, John C. 


28 


do 


s 


do 


Deserted. 


Foss, Ambrose 


18 


Sebago 


s 


do 




Burbank, Samuel M. 


23 


Newfield 


s 


do 




Gammon, Mark 


27 


Falmouth 


s 


do 




Little, Moses 


18 


Windham 


s 


do 




Swett, Alonzo F. 


18 


Falmouth 


s 


do 




Fletcher, George C. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Littlefield, Charles 


26 


Portland 


s 


do 




Keen, Seth M. 


21 


Harrison 


s 


do 




Warren, William H. 


18 


Boston, Mass. 


s 


do 




Welch, James 


21 


Biddeford 


M 


do 




Arnold, William 


22 


Portland 


M 


Oct. 16 




Golden, William P. 


29 


do 


M 


do 




Murphy, James 


30 


do 




do 


Worthless. 


Harrigan, Edward 


18 


Fall River 


S 


do 




Northrop, Charles E. 


20 


Covington, 0. 


s 


do 


Not mustered. 



462 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company I, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty., 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

13 

3 

68 


5 










1 


1 


3 

13 

3 

75 


Total 


87 


5 1 








1 


1 


94 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Ai 


sent. 














On 


In 
Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sick. 




Special 
Duty. 




SlCK. 


Special 
Service. 






£ 
















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Present Organization of the Company 


• 












Date of 




1 


Names. 


M 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 




2.5 






ment. 




1 


Neheiniah T. Furbish 


Captain Portland 


Sept. 19 




2 


Hebron Mayhew 


21 


1st Lieut. Westbrook ' 


do 




3 


John T. Simpson 


28 


2d Lieut. Portland 


do 




1 


William Wade 


29 


Serjjeant Westhrook 


Sept. 30 




2 


Benjamin T. Witham 


26 


do Portland 


do 




3 


Albert H. Johnson 


26 


do West brook 


do 




4 


Charles C. Graham 


21 


do do 


do 




5 


Hezekiah Atwood 


38 


do Portland 


do 




1 


Thomas B. Mariner 


33 


Corporal Sebajio 


Sept. 30 




2 


James L. Fellows 


21 


do Westhrook 


do 




3 


Henry S. Babb 


2.5 


do do 


do 




4 


Edwin Fitch 


21 


do Bri(lf;ton 


do 




5 


Nathaniel 1). Kipley 


21 


do Portland 


do 




6 


•John W. Greeley 


24 


do 


Westhrook 


do 




7 


William A. Qiiinby . 


19 


do 


do 


do 






William R. Simpson 


21 


do 


Gray 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



463 



Return of Captain George H. Nye, Company K, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 fourth day of October, 1861. 

GEORGE H. NYE, Captain. 





— 


iSi 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


o 


Residence. 


C M 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




gJC 


U.S.Ser. 




COMMlSS'b OFFICERS. 










'J 


George H. Nye, 


33 


Lewiston 


M 


Oct. 4 




John F. Witherell, 


25 


Monmouth 


S 


do 




Fayette Bicknell. 


24 


Oxford 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Francis H. Pratt, 


23 


Lewiston 


S 


do 




Albert E. Kingsley, 


21 


do 


M 


do 




James Layden, 


24 


do 


s 


do 




Almon L. Goss, 


22 


Danville 


s 


do 




Samuel Donnell. 


21 


Bath 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 












James M. Rockwood, 


24 


Belgrade 


s 


do 




Charles H. Jumper, 


24 


Lewiston 


M 


do 




Jonathan Nash, 


23 


Auburn 


s 


do 




James E. Osgood, 


22 


Lewiston 


M 


do 




Martin Fox, 


20 


Turner 


S 


do 




Reuben Viele, 


21 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




James D. Robinson, 


23 


St. John, NB. 


M 


do 


Deserted, Oct 6. 


Henry H Ashton. 


19 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




MUSICIANS. 












Albert Hanson, 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Chester A. Thing. 


17 


do 


s 


do 


' 


WAGONER. 












Melvin "Woodcock. 


34 


do 


s 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Adams, Frank C. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Allen, Ethan 


40 


Turner 


s 


do 




Bond, Houghton 


26 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




Bickford, Merrill W. 


19 


Parsonsfield 


s 


do 




Bicknell, Delphinus B. 


21 


Oxford 


s 


do 




Baker, James 


22 


Lewiston 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. C, Oct. 25. 


Bailey, Henry C. 


21 


Minot 


s 


do 




Blackstone, Stephen 


24 


Auburn 


s 


do 




Bond, Stillman 


20 


Greene 


s 


do 




Clark, Erasmus D,. 


4.5 


Lewiston 


M 


do 




CoUey, Joseph 0. 


19 


Vienna 


s 


do 




Coburn, Horace J. 


20 


Turner 


s 


do 




Coombs, Artemas 


21 


Parsonsfield 


s 


do 




Chipman, Elmer 


24 


Poland 


s 


do 




Dunn, Albert W. 


22 


Andover 


s 


do 




Doughty, Alvin 


18 


Topsham 


s 


do 




Edwards, Abial H. 


19 


Casco 


s 


do 




Eaton, James D. 


18 


Portland 


s 


do 




Eveleth, Edwin 


17 


N. Gloucester 


s 


do 




EUery, David H. 


30 


Hallowell 


M 


do 




Frost, Alonzo G. 


19 


Lisbon 


s 


do 




Frost, Henry T. 


21 


Greene 


s 


do 




Getchell, Andrew J. 


25 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Getchell, Edwin A. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Getchell, William T. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Getchell, Otis H. 


19 


Monmouth 


s 


do 




Gould, Elijali G. 


21 


N. Gloucester 


s 


do 


Sick in Hospital. 


Herrick, Nathan 


22 


Poland 


s 


do 




Herrick, Greenleaf C. 


21 


Gray 


s 


do 


Sick in Hospital. 


Hammond, Ambrose H. 


18 


Lewiston 


s 


do 





464 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company K, Tenth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



' 






S a! 


Mustr'd 






Names. 




Residence. 


S 


into 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




Hodges, Thomas B. 


20 


Lewiston 


Oct. 4 






Hunt, Lewis 


18 


do 


S 


do 


Deserted, Oct. 6. 




Hodsdon, Albert P. 


21 


Wales 


s 


do 






Joy, Marquis F. 


28 


Lewiston 


M 


do 


Sick in Camp. 




Johnson, Levi D. 


26 


do 


M 


do 






Jumper, Samuel 


18 


N. Gloucester 


S 


do 






Kins, William H. 


19 


Oxford 


S 


do 






Kimball, Charles 


18 


Minot 


s 


do 


Deserted, Oct. 6. 




Logan, James M. 


24 


Waldo 


s 


do 






Lee, John 


25 


Lewiston 


s 


do 






Magner, James E. 


31 


Auburn 


s 


do 






Morrill, Joim 


28 




s 


do 






Morrill, George B. 


19 


Lewiston 


s 


do 






Milliken, John F. 


18 


Falmouth 


s 


do 


Deserted, Oct. 4. 




Morse, Stillman 


21 


Andover 


s 


do 






Martin, Edwin G. 


19 


Humford 


s 


do 






Merchant, Franklin 


21 


N. Gloucester 


s 


do 






Merrill, John H. 


18 


Lewiston 


s 


do 






Nash, David J. 


21 


Auburn 


s 


do 






Penney, Henry J. 


21 


Lewiston 


s 


do 






Pio, James H. 


20 


Portland 


s 


do 






Pray, Benjamin F. 


21 


Lewiston 


s 


do 






Quimby, John F. 


19 


Turner 


s 


do 






Ryerson, Charles H. 


20 


Paris 


s 


do 






Royal 1, Augustus 


20 


Danville 


s 


do 






Reynolds, George W. 


20 


Portland 


s 


do 






Raymond, Chas. S. 


22 


Auburn 


s 


do 






Smith, James 


26 


Lewiston 


M 


do 


Transferred to Co. C. 


Oct. 25. 


Smith, Joseph H. 


16 


do 


s 


do 






Smith, Henry 


21 


do 


s 


do 






Stevens, Alonzo 


24 


do 


M 


do 






Tarr, David D. 


44 


do 


M 


do 


Sick in Camp. 




Tavlor, Thomas 


28 


do 


M 


do 






Thorn, Albert 


25 


do 


s 


do 






Tobie, Lerov H. 


18 


do 


s 


do 






Willard, John A. 


19 


do 


s 


do 






Williams, Randall B. 


18 


Athens 


s 


do 






Whitman, George D. 


21 


Lewiston 


s 


do 






Webber, Elias S. 


34 


do 


M 


do 






Young, Henry 


20 


Byron 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. H. 


Oct. 4. 


Simmons, Aaron A. 


18 


Turner 


s, 


do 






Hall, William M. 


17 


Lewiston 


s 


do 






Hutchinson, Benjamin 


19 


Auburn 


s 


do 






Smith, Charles W. 


21 


Roxhury 


s 


Oct. 15 






Stiles, Merritt W. 


26 


Westbrook 


M 


do 






Ranco, Joseph 


22 


Waterville 


s 


do 






Reed, Asa 


20 


Danville 


s 


do 






Wyman, George P. 


21 


Auburn 


s 


do 







APPENDIX D. 465 

Recapitulation of Company K, Tenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 



\ 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
• 13 

3 

67 


4 










4 


3 


3 

13 

3 

78 


Total 


86 


4 










4 


3 


97 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















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On 


In 






On 






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Present Organization of the Company 














Date of 




,° 


Names. 


t 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 






< 
33 






ment. 




1 


Georp;e H. Nye 


Captain 


Lewiston 


Sept. 20 




2 


John F. Witlierell 


25 


1st Lieut. 


Mopmouth 


Sept. 18 




3 


Fayette Bicknell 


24 


2d Lieut. 


Oxford 


do 




1 


Francis H. Pratt 


23 


Sergeant 


Lewiston 


Sept. 20 




2 


Albert E. Kingsley 


21 


do 


do 


do 


' 


3 


James Lavden 


24 


do 


do 


do 




4 


Almon L. Goss 


22 


do 


Danville 


do 




5 


Samuel Donnell 


21 


do 


Bath 


do 




1 


James M. Eockwood 


24 


Corporal 


Belgrade 


Sept. 20 




2 


Charles H. Jumper 


24 


do 


Lewiston 


do 




3 


Jonathan Nash 


23 


do 


Auburn 


do 




4 


James E. Osgood 


22 


do 


Lewiston 


do 




5 


Martin Fox 


20 


do 


Auburn 


do 




6 


Reuben Viele 


21 


do 


Lewiston 


do 




7 


Albert Thorn 


20 


do 


do 


do 




8 


Henry H. Ashton 


19 


do 


do 


do 





466 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 
ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers of Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 
showing changes which have taken place by promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since 
entering service of the United States. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


John C. Caldwell 


Colonel 


E. Machias 


Nov. 12, 1861 




Harris M. Plaisted 


Lieut.-Colonel 


Bangor 


Nov. 7, 1861 




William M. Shaw 


Major 


Portland 


do 




Chas. J. Pennell 


Adjutant 


do 


Oct. 11, 1861 




Ivorv J. Robinson 


Quartermaster 


Augusta 


do 




Albert S. Clark 


Surgeon 


do 


Nov. 4, 1861 


Resigned. 


Greenlief A. Wilbur 


Surgeon 


Skowhegan 


Dec. 28, 1861 




Wm. C. Gordon 


Asst.-Surgeon 


Plymouth 


Nov. 9, 1861 


Resigned. 


Caleb H. Ellis 


Chaplain 


E. Machias 


do 




Harrison Hume 


Sergt. -Major 


Robbinston 


Nov. 4, 1861 




George H. Caldwell 


Q'rm'r.-Sergt. 


Troy, N. Y. 






Henry C. Adams 


Com'y-Sergt. 


Cherryfield 






Joseph D. Moore 


Hosp. Steward 


Augusta 






Corydon D. Alvord, Jr. 


Drum-Major 


New York 






Sylvester C. Moody 


Fife-Major 


Portland 







REGIMENTAL BAND. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Muster 
into U. S. Serv. 


Remarks. 


James W. McDonald 


Leader 


Gardiner 


Oct. 29, 1861 




Roscoe G. Buck . 


Musician 


do 


do 




Henry C. Long 


do 


Buckfield 


do 




Meltiah W. Lawrence 


do 


Gardiner 


do 




Alexander Fuller 


do 


do 


do 




Benj. F. Brown 


do 


Portland 


do 




James M. Larrabee 


do 


Gardiner 


do 




John M. Pease 


do 


Cornish 


do 




Nathan W. Pease 


do 


Standish 


do 




Isaac C Hovey 


do 


Augusta 


do 




Samuel C. Chick 


do 


Cornish 


do 




Abram Barnes 


do 


do 


do 




Benjamin W. Storer 


do 


do 


do ■ 




Calvin E. Woodbury 


do 


do 


do 




William Libby 


do 


Gardiner 


do 




John H. Paine 


do 


Standish 


do 




Thomas K. Jones 


do 


Portland 


do 




Thos. J. Robinson 


do 


Gardiner 


do 




Joseph M. Fuller 


do 


do 


do 




George B. SafFord 


do 


Manchester 


do 




David Stevens 


do 


Gardiner 


do 




Marshall S. Eastman 


do 


Parsonsfield 


do 




Joseph R.W. Huntress 


do 


Hiram 


do 




Nathan U. Hinkley 


do 


Strong 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



467 



Return of Capt. Woodbury S. Pennell, Company A, Eleventh Eegiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 seventh day of November, 1861. 

WOODBURY S. PENNELL, Captain. 









o oj 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


e 


Residence. 


s^ 


into 


Remarks. 




:! 




SS 


U.S.Ser. 




COMMIss'd officers. 












Woodbury S. Pennell, 


22 


Portland 


S 


Nov. 7 




Sylvanus B. Bean, 


43 


Brownfield 


M 


do 




Randall Libby, 2d 


24 


Porter 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Joseph Gentleman, 


24 


do 


S 


do 




William H. Kaler, 


21 


Portland 


S 


do 




Lewis H. Holt, 


25 


Paris 


M 


do 




Charles M. Moore, 


22 


Parsonsfield 


S 


do 




Albert Leighton. 


18 


Effingham, N. 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 




[H. 








Charles J. Noyes, 


19 


Brunswick 


S 


do 




George A. Bakeman, 


19 


Portland 


s 


do 




Charles E. Poor, 


22|Denmark 


M 


do 




Moses L. Lufkin, 


30| Phillips 


M 


do 




Armandell Barbour, 


23 


Stowe 


S 


do 




Angaine W. Grey, 


21 


Fryeburg 


S 


do 




William H. H. Frye, 


21 


do 


S 


do 




George W. Collins. 


26 


Brady 


s 


do 




MUSICIAN. 












Frank Stone. 


28 


Brownfield 


s 


do 




WAGONER. 










. 


Augustus S. Davis. 


23 


Farmington 


s 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Andrew, James 


21 


Fryeburg 


s 


do 




Brady, Robert 


18 


Enfield 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. D. 


Bickford, Cyrus L. 


20 


Parsonsfield 


s 


do 




Brooks, John H. 


32 


Brownfield 


s 


do 




Broad, William H. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Burton, Francis M. 


21 


, R. L 


s 


do 




Baker, George A. 


23 


Winslow 


s 


do 




Bibber, Benjamin P. 


18 Bowdoin 


s 


do 




Ballard, John 


30 


Oldtown 


M 


do 




Bean, Charles J. 


44 


Maysville 


s 


do 




Carver, Alonzo 


18 


Lee 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. D. 


Coffin William 


23 


Phillips 


s 


do 




Collins, Edwin F. 


19 


Brady 


s 


do 




Clough, John B. 


22 


Parsonsfield 


s 


do 




Clapp, William H. 


24 


Stowe 


s 


do 




Chamberlain, Wm. H. 


21 


Enfield 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. D. 


Crocker, Nelson C. 


27 


Portland 


s 


Nov. 12 




Dunnells, John B. 


21 


Belfast 


s 


Nov. 7 




Deray, Thomas 


21 


Alton 


s 


do 




Durgin, Cyrus L. 


36 


Brownfield 


s 


do 




Durs, John E. 


21 


Parsonsfield 


s 


Nov.12 




French, Randall 


18 


Porter 


s 


Nov. 7 




Goldthwaite, James B. 


20 


Denmark 


s 


do 




Goldtliwaite, William 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Gile, .James H. 


24 


Stowe [keag 


s 


do 




Glover, John 


40 


Mattawam 


s 


do 




Guild, Benjamin 


23 Springfield 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. D. 


Hinckley, Samuel S. 


31 Old town 


s 


do 




Hobbs, James 


25 Bradford 


M 


do 


Transferred to Co. K. 


Hunton, Amaziah 


24 


Whitefield 


s 


do 


" " 


Kenniston, Samuel E. 


34 


Albany 


M 


do 





468 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company A, Eleventh Regiment, (^Continued.') 



Names. 



Kenniston, Watson 
Kenniston, Jeremiah 
Lee, William G. 
Long, Ira A. 
Lynch, George 
Leland, Thomas 
Miles, George O. 
Mace, Andrew C. 
Morrison, John 
Miles, George W. 
McDermot, IMiehael 
Morton, i:iias P. 
Morrison, David 
Moore, Calvin D. 
Noyes, Frank 
Noonan, John 
Neddo, Michael 
Neddo, Peter 
Osborne, George F. 
Pratt, Joseph H. 
Palmer, Charles E. 
Philbrook, Jere 
Rounds, Ezra 
Rounds, Leonard P. 
Smith, Waldo L. 
Smith, James F. 
Stone, James R. 
Stone, Svlvester 
Scott, Newell. B. 
Smith, James 
Taylor, Ira G. 
Tuck, Cass 
Warren, Samuel 
Warren, George 
Wither, Phineas 
Wood, Charles I. 
Wvman, Henry L. 
Wood, Ira D. 
Five, Rufus A. 
Miles, Charles E. 
Bean, Daniel A. 
Baker, Elislia S. 



Residence. 



24 Albany 

22 Brownfield 

25 Portland 

18 Brownfield 
21 ! Portland 
181 do 

40iPresque Isle 
22 Farmington 
37 1 Belfast 
43|Presque Isle 
28 Enfield 

19 Brownfield 

18 Madrid 
19,Parsonsfield 
18i Brunswick 
31 Waterboro 

19 Oldtown 
191 do 

19 Portland 

18 Palmyra 
ISParsonsfield 
44 Springfield 
43 Brownfield 

19 Crucy, N. H. 
18 Denmark 

do 

27 Brownfield 
24| do 

21 Denmark 
27 1 Exeter [N.H 
23! Effingham, 
18;Parsonsfield 
25 Denmark 
18i do 
18] do 
18 Parsonsfield 

28 Brighton 
43 Parsonfield 
18, Unity 
ISjNewport 
18iBrownfield 
18 Winslow 



go Mustr'd 
^"gi into 

Sslu.S.Ser. 



Nov. 7 
do 
do 
do 

S iNov.12 
S do 

M Nov. 7 



Deserted from 5 th Maine. 



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do 


M 


do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


s 


do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


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do 


s 


do 


s 


Nov. 11 


s 


do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Transfen-ed to Co. D. 



Transfen-ed to Co. K. 



APPENDIX D. 469 

Recapitulation of Company A,Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 








Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for „. . 
Duty. ^•'='^- 


ceased, charged, serted. 

j 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

10 
3 

67 


3 












9 


3 

13 

3 

76 


Total 


83 3 












9 


95 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Pbese 


NT, 


















Absent. 
















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In 
Arrest. 






On 






For Duty. 


Sick. 




Special 




Sick. 


Special 














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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




c 


Names. 


be 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


K 




< 






ment. 




1 


Woodbury S. Pennell 


22 


Captain 


Portland 


Nov. 7 




2 


Svlvanus B. Bean 


43 


1st Lieut. 


Brownfield 


do 




3 


Randall Libby, 2d 


24 


2d Lieut. 


Porter 


do 


• 


1 


Joseph 0. Gentleman 


24 


Sergeant 


Porter 


Nov. 7 




2 


William H. Kaler 


21 


do 


Portland 


do 




3 


Lewis H. Holt 


25 


do 


Paris 


do 




4 


Charles M. Moore 


22 


do 


Parsonsfield 


do 




5 


Albert Leighton 


18 


do 


Effing' m,N.H 


do 




1 


Charles J. Noyes 


19 


Corporal 


Brunswick 


Nov. 7 




2 


Oeorge A. Bakeman 


19 


do 


Portland 


do 




3 


Charles E. Poor 


22 


do 


Denmark 


do 




4 


Moses L. Luflvin 


30 


do 


Phillips 


do 




5 


Armandell Barbour 


23 


do 


Stowe 


do 




6 


Aitiraine W. Grey 


21 


do 


Frveburg 


do 




7 


William H. H. Frye 


21 


do 


"do 


do 




8 


George W. Collins 


26 


do 


Brady 


do 





470 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. William H. Kimball, Company B, Eleventh Eegiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 eighth day of November, 1861. 

WILLIAM H. KIMBALL, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS'd officers, 
Williiiin H. Kimball, 
Nathaniel W. Cole, 
James H. Albee. 

SERGEANTS. 

James Whitney, 
Charles A. Cooke, 
Abijah S. Lord, 
William Wiley, 
George Payne. 

CORPORALS. 

Alexander T. Katon, 
George M. Rollins, 
Ausburn Hutchins, 
Henry M. Neal, 
Chas. J. McCausland, 
James A. Ridlon, 
James H. Taylor, 
Stephen H. Emerson. 

MUSICIANS. 

John S. Kelley, 
Beuja. A. Smith. 

PRIVATES. 

Austin, Jesse 
Burns, Eugene D. 
Burgess, William R. 
Bennett, Josiah L. 
Burgess, Daniel 
Bubier, Charles H. 
Bennett, Samuel 
Bean Daniel A. 
Baker, Elijah S. 
Campbell, Xerxes 0. 
Chapman, Cyrus M. 
Cummings. Asa W. 
Chamberlain Sewall L. 
Coombs, Benjamin B. 
Cunningham, Joshua 
Campbell, Charles F. 
Collins, Josiah 
Doyle, Lyman 
Durgan, Alonzo A. 
Erving, Georire W. 
Erving, William L. 
Ellis, William 
Elwell, Stephen C. 
Fox, James E. 
Fly, Albert 
Flavin, David 
Gilley, Robert 
Gibbs, Locero 
Gordon, Seth D. 
Goodwin, Charles H. 
Hodsdon, John B. 
Harding, Josiah 



s 


Residence. 




Mustr 'd 
1 into 


Remarks. 


•< 




ss 


U.S.Ser 
Nov. 12 




31 


Augusta 


M 




27 


do 


M 


Nov.8 




27 


do 


M 


Nov.12 




22 


Casco 


S 


Nov.8 




29 


W. Gardiner 


s 


do 




23 


Augusta 


M 


do 




26 


Hallowell 


S 


do 




42 


Plymouth 


M 


do 




4.5 


Pittston 


M 


do 




22 


Mt. Vernon 


S 


do 




36 


Sidney 


M 


do 




26 


Farmingdale 


M 


do 




25 


W. Gardiner 


S 


do 




30 


Albion 


M 


do 




31 


Vassalboro' 


S 


do 




25 


W. Gardiner 


s 


do 




42 


Gardiner 


M 


do 




54 


Hallowell 


M 


do 




38 


Hallowell 


M 


do 




18 


Farmingdale 


S 


do 




36 


CoiTiville 


s 


do 




22 


Augusta 


S 


do 




39 


Winslow 


M 


Nov.12 




27 


Hallowell 


M 


Nov. 9 




18 


Augusta 


S 


Nov. 8 




18 




s 


Nov. 11 


Transferred to Co. A. 


18 




s 


Nov.12 


(( << <( 


26 


Manchester 


s 


Nov. 8 




18 


Mercer 


s 


do 




23 


Monmouth 


s 


do 


Died at Washington. 


18 


Bath 


s 


do 




18 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




28 


Hallowell 


s 


Nov. 9 




19 


Litchfield 


s 


Nov. 8 




28 






Nov.12 


Transferred to Co. A. 


34 


Richmond 


M 


Nov. 8 




41 


Bowdoinham 


M 


do 




18 


do 


s 


do 




18 


do 


s 


do 




18 


Sidney 


s 


do 




44 


Charleston 


s 


Nov.12 


Transferred to Co. K. 


18 


Winslow 


s 


Nov. 8 




23 


Hallowell 


M 


do 




30 


do 


M 


do 




29 


Augusta 


s 


do 




18 


Washington 


s 


do 




18 


Manchester 


s 


do 




22 


Bowdoinham 


s 


do 




40 


Monmouth 


M 


do 




35 


Bowdoinham 


Ml 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



471 



Return of Company B, Eleventh Regiment, ( Continued.} 



iU : 


— 




o^ Mustr'd 




Names. 


i. 


Residence. 


a Q 


into 


Remarks. 




21 




s« 


U.S.Ser. 




Holmes, William 


China 


s 


Nov. 8 




Heath, Ezra F. 


18 


Somerville 


s 


do 




Johnson, Francis M. 


31 


Bangor 


s 


Nov.12 


Transferred to Co. D. 


Jones, Charles H. 


18 


do 


s 


Nov. 8 




Jacquith, Charles H. 


21 


Gardiner 


s 


Nov. 9 




Knowles, John 


20 


Corinna 


s 


Nov.12 


Transferred to Co. K. 


Kelley, John 


18 


Clinton 


s 


Nov. 8 




Lowell, Franklin 


18 


Farmingdale 


s 


Nov. 9 




Lincoln, Charles H. 


24 


Hallowell 


s 


Nov.ll 




McKenney, Wallace 


45 










McGIinch, Jeremiah 


43 


Gloucester 


M 


Nov. 8 




Merchant, Joseph W. 


20 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Morang, Andrew 


35 


Whitefield 


M 


do 




Mills, Horace 


18 


Vassalboro' 


s 


do 




Manlev, Horace A. 


18 


Augusta 


s 


do 




Miles, Charles E. 


18 


Newport 


s 


Nov.ll 


Transferred to Co. A. 


Pottle, Alonzo D. 


18 


Hallowell 


s 


Nov. 8 




Potter, Hanson B. 


18 


N. Gloucester 


s 


do 




Quimby, Benjamin 


33 


Bristol 


s 


Nov.12 


Transferred to Co. K. 


Bobbins, Luther A. 


18 


Augusta 


s 


Nov. 8 




Stacy, William H. 


44 


. do 


M 


Nov.ll 




Stevens, John H. 


18 


Somerville 


s 


Nov. 8 




Smiley, Charles E. 


18 


Winslow 


s 


do 




Stackpole, William A. 


36 


Albion 


M 


do 




Stevens, Henry 


45 


Chelsea 


M 


do 




Stinchfield, Frank H. 


18 


Farmington 


s 


do 




Strickland, Robert 


18 






Nov.12 




Seavey, William J. 


19 


Farmingdale 


s 


Nov. 8 


Died at Washington. 


Totman, Herrod V. 


18 


Norridgewock 


s 


do 




Underwood, James 


28 


Holyoke 


s 


do 




Willis, Edward 


18 


Hallowell 


s 


do 




Winsi, Thaddeus S. 


25 


Augusta 


M'Nov. 9 




White, Wilbert C. 


18 


Bowdoinham 


S 


Nov. 8 




Wood, Simon 


18 


Appleton 


S 


do 




Webber, Seth C. 


22 










Haskell, Otis 


18 


Augusta 


S 






Robinson, Georije 


21 








Died at Georgetown. 


Philbrook, Jeremiah 


35 






Nov.12 


Mustered in by mistake. 


Tabor, Thomas T. 


20 




s 


Nov. 7 


Transferred from Co. H. 



472 ADJUTANT- general's REPORT. 

Recapitulation of Company B,Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 


Trans- 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


serted. 


ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
60 


10 












5 


3 

13 

2 

75 


Total 


78 


10 










1 5 


93 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 













Present. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty. 


Sice. 


Special 




Sick. 


Special 










Duty. 






Service. 








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Present Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




ri 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


2 










ment. 




1 


William H. Kimball 


31 


Captain 


Augusta 


Nov. 9 




2 


Nathaniel W. Cole 


27 


1st Lieut. 


do 


do 




3 


James H. Albee 


27 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


James Whitney 


22 


Sergeant 


Casco 


Nov. 9 




2 


Charles A. Cooke 


29 


do 


W. Gardiner 


' do 




3 


Abijah S. Lord 


23 


do 


Augusta 


do 




4 


William Wiley 


26 


do 


Hallowell 


do 




5 


George Payne 


42 


do 


Plymouth 


do 




1 


Alexander T. Katon 


45 


Corporal 


Pittston 


Nov. 9 




? 


George M. Kollins 


22 


do 


Mt. Vernon 


do 




3 


Ausburn llutchins 


36 


do 


Sidney 


do 




4 


Henry M. Ncal 


26 


do 


Farmingdale 


do 




5 


Charles J. McCausland 


25 


do 


W. Gardiner 


do 




fi 


James A. Ridlon 


30 


do 


Albion 


do 




7 


James H. Tavlor 


31 


do 


Vassalboro' 


do 




8 


Stephen H. Emerson 


25 


do 


W. Gardiner 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



473 



Return of Capt. Robert F. Campbell, Company C, Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, together 
with a record of the cTianges that have taken place in the Company since it en- 
tered the service of the United States, on the fourth day of November, 1861. 

ROBERT F. CAMPBELL, Captain. 









o =! 


Miistr'd 




Names. 


01, 


Residence, 


'-'% 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




Sic 


U.S.8er. 




commiss'd officers. 












Robert F. Campbell, 


44 


Cherryfield 


M 


Nov. 7 




George W. Seavey, 


46 


E. Machias 


M 


Nov. 4 




J. William West. 


39 


do 


M 


Nov. 7 




SERGEANTS. 












E. A. Nichols, 


19 


Cherryfield 


S 


Nov. 4 




Charles H. Woods, 


33 


do 


M 


do 




Adams D. Plummer, 


24 


Harrington 


S 


do 




Lemuel E Newcomb, 


25 


E. Machias 


s 


do 




Fletclier K. Leighton. 


22 


Steuben 


s 


. do 




CORPORALS. 












S. Albert Seavey, 


25 


E. Machias 


M 


do 




Horace F. Albee, 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Jacob W. Gardiner, 


20 


do 


s 


do 




James Gross, 


35 


Whitney^'ille 


M 


do 




Charles Bridgham, 


28 


do 


M 


do 




CalefF Smith, 


26 


do 


M 


do 




Thomas S. Albee, 


26 


do 


M 


do 




William Libby. 


37 


do 


M 


do 




MUSICIANS. 












Henry E. Gardiner, 


20 


E. Machias 


S 


do 




Artemas Foster. 


44 


do 


M 


do 




WAGONER. 












William F. Burnham. 


25 


Cherryfield 


S 


do 




PRIVATES. 












AUim, Sidney A. 


21 


Harrington 


S 


do 


Died at Augusta, Nov. 17. 


Achlej', George 


28 


E. Machias 


M 


do 




Atcherson, James 


18 


Machias 


S 


do 




Armstrong, Alonzo 


18 


Whitneyville 


S 


do 




Albee, William S. 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Bryant, George 


18 


E. Machias 


s 


do 




Babb, Beki G. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Brunnell, William 


25 


Lubec 


s 


do 




Camon, Frederic 


26 


Cherryfield 


M 


do 


• 


Connor, Rickard 


38 


Milbridge 


M 


do 




Cole, Melville 


21 


Gouldsboro' 


s 


do 




Cole, James W. 


18 


do 


s. 


do 




Caine, Jacob L. 


29 


Milbridge 


M 


do 




Cole, Alline M. 


31 


Gouldslioro' 


s 


do 




Dowling,' James A. 


18 


E. Machias 


s 


do 




Dowling, Wm. H. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Durbin, Lvman E. 


18 


Mt. Desert 


s 


do 




Elwell, William T. 


18 


Whitneyville 


s 


do 




Elwcll, Francis N. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Emery, William 


18 


Searsport 


s 


do 




Foster, Leander 


23 


Harrington 


s 


do 




Foren, Patrick 


28 


Columbia 


M 


do 




Godfrey, Wilber 


20 


Steuben 


s 


do 




Googing, Asa 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Geman, George 


18 


Machias 


s 


do 




Harmon, George C. 


18 


E. Machias 


s 


do 




Haycock, Edwin C. 


21 


Cherryfield 


s 


do 




Hay ford, Hanson C. 


20 


Milbridge 


s 


do 




Hovt, Roswell M. 


19 


E. Machias 


s 


do 




Keith, Charles H. 


29 


Deblois 


M 


do 





31 



474 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company C, Eleventh Regiment, ( Continued.) 



Names. 



Kelley, Elijah S. 
Leighton, Handy A. 
Leighton, James N. 
Lincoln, Raymond 
Leighton, Coffin S. 
Moor, John F. 
Munson, Joseph M. 
Munson, George 
Munson, Truscott 
Miller, Edwin J. 
McCarty, Jerry 
Mc Waller, John 
Nash, Herrick E. 
Pines, William 
Parker, William 
Pierce, George 
Plummer, Charles 
Powell, Joseph J. 
Pennell, Edgar O. 
Reynolds, David 
Ramsdall, Winslow 
Smith, Avrel P. 
Smith, Asa K. 
Skinner, Charles 
Sanders, George 
Willey, Benjamin D. 
Willey, Loring W. 
West, G. O.'Brine 
Webb, Joseph 
Wcntworih, Samuel 
Whitcomb, John 
Pennlow, Charles 
Frazier, Peter 
Knowles, William 







ooj 


Mustr'd 


&L 


Residence. 


- ^ 


into 


< 

18 


i-czl 


U.S.Ser. 


Trescott 


s 


^ov. 4 


28 


Steuben 


S 


do 


19 


ds 


s 


do 


24 


Northfield 


s 


do 


18 


Cherryfield 


s 


do 


20 


Gouldaboro' 


s 


do 


18 


E. Machias 


s 


do 


18 


do 


s 


do 


22 


do 


s 


do 


20 


Whitneyville 


s 


do 


18 


Columbia 


s 


do 


39 


Whitneyville 


M 


do 


20 


Columbia 


s 


do 


20 


Harrington 


s 


do 


18 


Addison 


s 


do 


23 


Steuben 


s 


do 


23 


do 


s 


do 


24 


E. Machias 


s 


do 


18 


Whitneyville 


s 


do 


24 


Harrington 


s 


do 


20 


Northfield 


s 


do 


24 


Steuben 


s 


do 


29 


Whitneyville 


M 


do 


34 


do 


M 


do 


18 


Trescott 


s 


do 


18 


Cherryfield 


s 


do 


30 


do 


M 


do 


30 


E. Machias 


M 


do 


27 


Machias 


M 


do 


20 


Veazie 


S 


Nov. 7 


26 


Newlnirg 


S 


do 


18 


!Skowhegan 


s 


do 


25 


do 


s 


do 


26 


iSt. Mary 


s 


do 



APPENDIX D. 



475 



Recapitulation of Company G, Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 










Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ers. 


ceased. 


charged. 


serted. ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned OflScers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

13 

3 

63 








1 








3 
13 

3 
64 


Total 


82 


1 


1 1 


83 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 
















Absent. 
















On 


In 

Arrest. 








On. 




For Doxy. 




Sick. 


Special 




F 


ICK. 


Special 














Duty. 








Service. 




























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82; 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




o 


Names. 


bll 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


'< 




<; 






ment. 




1 


Robert F. Campbell 


44 


Captain 


Cherrvfield 


Nov. 7 




2 


Geortce W. Seavey 


46 


1st Lieut. 


E. Machias 


do 




3 


J. William West 


.39 


2d Lieut. 


do 


do 




1 


Edgar A. Nichols 


19 


Sergeant 


Cherryfield 


Nov. 4 


• 


2 


Charles H. Woods 


33 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Adams D. Plummer 


24 


do 


Harrington 


do 




4 


Lemuel E. Newcomb 


25 


do 


E. Machias 


do 




5 


Fletcher K. Leighton 


22 


do 


Steuben 


do 




1 


S. Albert Seavey 


25 


Corporal 


E. Machias 


Nov. 4 




2 


Horace F. Albee 


18 


do 


do 


do 




3 


Jacob W. Gardiner 


20 


do 


do 


do 




4 


James Gross 


35 


do 


Whitneyville 


do 




5 


Charles Bridgham 


28 


do 


do 


do 




6 


Caleff Smith 


26 


do 


do 


do 




7 


Thomas S. Albee 


26 


do 


do 


do 




8 


William Libbv 


37 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Artemas Foster 


44 


Drum'er 


E. Machias 


Nov. 4 




2 


Henry E. Gardiner 


20 


do 


do 


do 




1 


William F. Burnham 


25 


Wagoner 


Cherryfield 


do 





476 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Eetum of Capt. Leonard S. Harvey, Company D, Eleventh Regiment Infantry Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether with a record of the changes tha^ have taken place in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the nineteenth day of October, 1861. 

LEONARD S. HARVEY, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMIss'd officers. 
Leonard S. Harvey, 
John D. Stanwood, 
Gibson S. Bridge. 

SERGEANTS. 

Robert Brady, 
Abner F. Bassett, 
James W. Noyes, 
Judson L. Young, 
Franklin M. Johnson 

CORPORALS. 

John McDonald, 
Richard Da we, 
Ephraim Francis 
Hughey G. Rideout, 
John Sherman 
Benjamin Gould, 
Wra. H. Chamberlain, 
Freeman R. Dahin. 

MUSICIAN. 

Robert A. Stinchfield. 

WAGONER. 

Henry W. Rider. 

PRIVATES. 

Anise, Jotham S. 
Bates, Thomas J. 
Bailey, James E. 
Bartlett, William 
Bai-tlett, Bartimas 
Bearce, Philo 
Bridges, John E. 
Butterfield, George M. 
Burke, Charles H. 
Busvvell, Silas, Jr. 
Buzzell, William A. 
Bell, Bela W. 
Cooper, Hiram A. 
Cooper, George L., 
Curtis, Phineas 
Curtis Elijah B. 
Conforth, Melvia 
Cilley, Clark 
Cross, Simon 
Darling, William H. 
Davis, William B. 
Davis, Thomas A. 
Davis, John F. 
Dolly, Charles 
Dunifer, Prince E. 
Dyer, John 
Doherty, Patrick 
Day, John 
Downs, Charles 
Ellis, Daniel S. 
Foss, Charles M. 



30: Weston 
35 Springfield 
26 do 



Residence. 



Enfield 
Weston 
Topsfield 
Springfield 
do 

Topsfield 

do 
Enfield 
Springfield 
Topsfield 
Sprincfield 
En field 
Jacks'n Brook 

Gardiner 

Bradford 

Lee 

Whitefield 
Topsfield 
Lee 

do 
Springfield 

do 

do 
Lee 
Enfield 

do 
Weston 
Prentiss 
Springfield 
Enfield 

do 
Springfield 

do 
Topsfield 
Enfield 

do 
Whitefield 
Chelsea 
Springfield 

do 

do 
Carroll 
Springfield 

do 

do 
Lee 



cojMustr'd 
^■f I into 
U.S.Ser. 



Oct. 19 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 
Sick at hospital. 



Sick at hospital. 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at hospital. 



Sick at hospital. 



APPENDIX D. 



.477 



Return of Company D, Eleventh Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Frost, Stephen 
Freeman, George L. 
Fogg, Charles M. 
Folsom, Jeremiah 
Gerry, George H. 
Gihn, John 
Gould, Ira 
House, Matthew P. 
Hanscom, Elbridge E. 
Hayden, Greenleaf 
Hunter, Amaziah 
Hutchinson, Eleazer 
Jackman, Adolphus A. 
Keene, Josiah F. 
Lowell, Charles A. 
Longley, John 
Leighton, Leonard 
McKenney, Simeon S. 
McPheters, John V. 
Malkson, George 
Malkson, William V. 
Malkson, Daniel F. 
Messer, Nathan P. 
Murdough, James 
McGrath, Timothy 
Philbrook, David C. 
Philbrook, Ezra J. 
Robinson, George 
Sibley, Adoniram 
Sibley, Sumner 
Shepard, Harvey C. 
Shepard, George M. 
Sweet, Joseph 
Stanley, John N. 
Sherman, Moses E. 
Sherman, William 
Staples, Wentworth 
Woodman, Hiram A. 
Wooster, Alfred 
Gowell, Alphonzo C. 
Witham, Leonard M. 
Gray, Daniel 







o «J 


Mustr'd 




i 


Residence. 


C3 C 


into 


Rems 


< 

26 




gS 


U.S.Ser. 




Prentiss 


M 


Oct. 19 




19 


Vassalboro' 


S 


do 




is' 


Lowell 


S 


do 




48 


Burlington 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


18, 


Springfield 


s 


do 




26, 


Topsfield 


s 


do 




20 


Springfield 


s 


do 




18 


Lee 


s 


do 




22 


Topsfield 


s 


do 




40 


Skowhegan 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


24 


Whitefield 


s 


do 


(( (< 


19 


Lincoln 


s 


do 




28 


Topsfield 


s 


do 




18 


Phipsburg 


s 


do 




23 


Springfield 


s 


do 




28 


Orono 


s 


do 




40 


Springfield 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


27 


Enfield 


M 


do 




18 


Lowell 


s 


do 




21 


Topsfield 


s 


do 




45 


do 


M 


do 




19 


do 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


28 


Enfield 


s 


do 




18 


Albion 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 


18 


Jaoks'n Brook 


s 


do 




28 


Springfield 
do 


M 
M 


do 


Sick at camp. 


3.3 


Lee 


s 


do 




18 


Lowell 


s 


do 




26 


do 


s 


do 




18 


Springfield 


s 


do 




21 


do 


s 


do 




22 


Topsfield 


s 


do 




20 


Prentiss 


s 


do 


Sick at hospital 


24 


Topsfield 


s 


do 




22 


Carroll 


s 


do 




21 


Lee 


s 


do 




20 


Springfield 


s 


do 




18 


No. 7, R. 2 


s 


do 




18 


Litchfield 


s 


do 




28 


Enfield 


M 


do 




26 


1 do 


s 


do 





478 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company D, Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Aliseut. 


Killed. 






Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ers. ceased. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 3 
Non-Com. Officers , 12 
Musicians & Wagoner 1 
Privates 54 


1 

1 
15 














3 

13 

2 

69 


Total 70 


17 












87 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



- 












Present. 
















Absent. 












Os 


Arrest. 






Otv 




For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 








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2 


88 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Dale of 




6 


Names. 


& 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


'A 




< 






ment. 




1 Leonard S Harvey 


30 Captain Weston 


Oct. 3 




2 John D. Stanwood 


35 1st Lieut. Springfield 


do 




3, Gibson S. Bridge 


26!2d Lieut. do 


do 




1 Robert Brady 


40 Sergeant Enfield 


Sept. 23 




2 Abner F. Bassett 


24 


do Weston 


Sept. 25 




3 .Jarncs W. Novcs 


25 


do Topsticld 


Oct. 1 




4 Judson L. Young 


23 


do Sprint;field 


Oct. 5 




5 Franklin M. Johnson 


31 


do do 


Nov. 1 




ijjohn McDonald 


21 


Corporal Topsfield 


Oct. 3 




2 Richard Dawe 


27 


do do 


do 




3 Ephraim Francis 


33 


do Enfield 


Oct. 4 




4 Hughev G. Rideout 


27 


do Sprinsficld 


Oct. 10 




5 .John Sherman 


28 


do Top>fi(.ld 


Oct. 16 




6 Benjamin Gould 


23 


do Sorin;:field 


Oct. 2 




7 William H. Chamberlain 


21 


do Enfield 


Nov. 25 




8 Freeman R. Dahin 


35 


do Jackson Br'k. 


Dec. 3 




1 Robert A. Stinchfield 


18 


Musician Gardiner 


Dec. 1 




1 


Henry W. Rider 


24 


Wagoner 


Bradford 


Sept. 20 





APPENDIX D. 



479 



Retnrn of Capt. Samuel B. Straw, Company E, Eleventh Eegiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 fourth dav of November, 1861. 

FRANCIS W. WISWELL, Lieut. Com'ding. 









Z ^ 


Mustr'd 


Names.' 


S. 


Residence. 


=1 


into 




<_ 




Sx 


D.S.Ser. 


COMMISs'd officers. 




1 




Samuel B. Straw, 


GO 


Bangor 


S 


Jsov. 5 


Francis W. Wiswell, 


25 


Holden 


s 


'iov. 4 


Francis W. Sabine. 


22 


Bangor 


s 


Soy. 5 


SERGEANTS. 






1 




Lawsoa G. Ireland, 


32 


Newport 


M Nov, 4 


Daniel S. Cole, : 


35 


Guilford 


M 


do 


Stephen B. Foster, 


21 


Amherst 


S , 


do 


John N. Wevmouth, 


23 


Medford 


s i 


do 


Daniel T. Mayo. 


38 


Cannel 


M 


do 


CORPORALS. 










Peter Bunker, 


22 


Brewer 


S 


do 


Charles F. Wheeler, 


21 


Alton 


S 


do 


John Higgins, 


21 


Hampden 


S 


do 


Charles Babcock, 


35 


Alton 


M 


do 


John S. Hodgdon, 


22 


Waterville 


S 


do 


James J. Baker. 


24 


Orringtoa 


s 


do 


WAGONER. 










John B. Reed. 


43 


Lee 


M 


do 


PRIVATES. 










Babb, Samuel 


22 


Alton 


S 


do 


Bachelder, Simon, Jr. 


19 


Hampden 


s 


do 


Bailey, Isaac T. 


25 


Bradford 


M 


do 


Beede, Thomas 


18 


Levant 


S 


do 


Burse, Horace H. 


20 


Alton 


s 


do 


Burse, Moses M. 


18 


do 


s 


do 


Bradford, Lewis S. 


43 


do 


M 


do 


Brookings, Frederic 


18 


Bradford ■ 


s 


do 


Campbell, John C. 


22 


Medford 


s 


do 


Campbell, Charles H. 


25 


do 


s 


do 


Clark, William 


22 


Hermon 


s 


do 


Clark^ Samuel A. 


25 


Oldtown 


M 


do 


Cole, Solomon S. 


27 


Parkman 


M 


do 


Chatterlv, Solomon 


27 


Aurora 


s 


do 


Chick, George W. 


21 


do 


s 


do 


Chick, Elbridge 


19 


do 


s 


do 


Chadbum, Jesse H. 


28 


Bradford 


M 


do 


Chadbnm, Joseph 




do 


s 


do 


Cunningham, David 




do 


s 


do 


Davis, Wales E. 


21 


Veazie 


s 


do 


Dodge, Everett 


19 


Orland 


s 


do 


Ferguson, Joseph A. 


36 


Bradford 


M 


do 


Farnham, .Joel D. 


20 


do 


s 


1 do 


Fisher, Adoniram J. 


39 


Parkman 


M 


do 


Frost, Elias H. 


31 


Bangor 


M 


do 


Flahertv, Thomas 


29 


'Quebec, C.E. 


s 


i do 


Glidden, Charles R. 


25 


Bangor 


s 


1 do 


Gross, Ira F. 


20 


Orland 


s 


do 


Goodale, William H. 


18 


Benton 


s 


do 


Ham, Charles H. 


,21 


Hudson 


s 


do 


Hall, Daniel T. 


[21 


Aurora 


s 


' do 


Hebberd, Ormandel V. 


;i8 


Bradford 


s 


do 


Inman, George, Jr. 


|18 


Orono 


s 


do 


Jack, Charles F. 


lis 


Charleston 


s 


I do 


King, Daniel W. 


lie 


; Bradford 


s 


! do 



Bern arks. 



In Maine, on leave. 



Sick at Washington. 



Deserted, Not. 13. 



480 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company E, Eleventh Regiment, QContinued.^ 



Names. 



Lassell, Lacassard 
Lowell, Kenney C. 
Lyons, Michael 
Mann, Stephen B. 
MansoU, Charles A. 
Martin, Archibald P. 
March, Sandford 
Means, Andrew C. 
MuUin, John 
McKenney, Thomas 
Nye, Thomas, Jr. 
Oaks, Eli 
Patten, Andrew R. 
Parker, James 
Penney, Albion 
Preble, Prentiss 
Pray, Isaac 
Rich, Charles H. 
Rowe, Franklin C. 
Ruck, Henry J. 
Simpson, David 
Speed, Christopher C. 
Spaalding, Jonathan C. 
Stanhope, Henry B. 
Starr, Thomas 
Tozier, Jeremiah 
Turner, Albert E. 
Walton John D. 
Walton, George H. 
Weaver, Francis 
Weymouth, Ira 
Winslow, George L. 
Wing, Benjamin F. 
Young, Leonard H. 







So 


Miistr'd 


(B 


Residence. 


i; M 


into 


20 




If 


U.S.Ser. 
Nov. 4 


Bradford 


S 


19 


Bucksport 


S 


do 


35 


Boston, Mass. 


s 


do 


30 


Aurora 


s 


do 


22 


Hermon 


s 


do 


21 


Ore no 


s 


do 


18 


Hudson 


s 


do 


18 


Alton 


s 


do 


36 


Orono 


M 


Nov. 5 


26 


Stetson 


s 


Nov. 4 


26 


Orrington 


M 


do 


39 


No. 28 


M 


do 


18 


Hampden 


8 


do 


23 


Bangor 


S 


do 


26 


Alton 


M 


do 


20 


Bradford 


S 


do 


34 


Orneville 


M 


do 


21 


Charleston 


8 


do 


23 


Hudson 


M 


do 


31 


Bangor 


M 


do 


38 


Carinel 


M 


do 


21 


Charleston 


8 


do 


23 


Bradford 


8 


do 


18 


do 


8 


do 


43 


Andover 


8 


do 


28 


Brownville 


M 


do 


33 


Charleston 


M 


do 


18 


Alton 


8 


do 


21 


do 


8 


do 


39 


Oldtown 


M 


Nov. 5 


30 


Bradford 


8 


Nov. 4 


18 


Park man 


S 


Nov. 5 


18 


Levant 


8 


Nov. 4 


21 


Alton 


S 


do 



Remarks. 



Deserted Nov. 1 0. Since arrested. 



APPENDIX D. 481 

Recapitulation of Company E.Elevenih Regiment Infantry ^Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 




Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
10 

1 
67 


1 










2 




3 
11 

1 
69 


Total 


81 


1 








2 




84 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 



Present. 



For Duty. 



2 10 55 67 



Sice. 



O ^ 



On 

Special 
Duty. 



U , Z CL, 



13 



In 

Arrest. 



81 



Sice. 



<£ 



1 82 





Present Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




o 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


in, 




< 






ment. 




1 


Samuel B. Straw 


60 


Captain 


Bangor 


Nov. 4 




2 


Francis W. Wiswell 


25 


1st Lieut. 


Holden 


do 




3 


Francis W. Sabine 


22 


2d Lieut. 


Bangor 


do 




1 


Lawson G. Ireland 


32 


Sergeant 


Newport 


Nov. 4 




2 


Daniel S. Cole 


35 


do 


Guilford 


do 




3 


Stephen B. Foster 


21 


do 


Amherst 


do 




4 


John N. Weymouth 


23 


do 


Medford 


do 




5 


Daniel T. Mayo 


38 


do 


Carmel 


do 




1 


Peter Bunker 


22 


Corporal 


Brewer 


Nov. 4 




2 


Charles F. Wheeler 


21 


do 


Alton 


do 




3 


John Hips^ins 


21 


do 


Hampden 


do 




4 


Charles Babcock 


35 


do 


Alton 


do 




5 


John S. Hodgdon 


22 


do 


Waterville 


do 




6 


James J. Baker 


24 


do 


Orrington 


do 





482 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Augustus P. Davis, Company F, Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on tlie 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 twelfth day of November, 1891. 

AUGUSTUS P. DAVIS, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS D OFFICERS. 

Augustus P. Davis, 
John M. Beal, 
Samuel G. Sewall. 

SERGEANTS. 

Thomas A. Brann, 
Charles H. Scott, 
Alfred G. Brann, 
Henry 0. Fox, 
Benjamin F. Dunbar. 

CORPOR.VLS. 

Archibald Clark, 
Calvin R. Sears, 
John C. Ross, 
James A. Scoullar, 
Rufus N. Burgess, 
John C. Header, 
William B. Joy, 
Daniel S. Smith. 

MUSICIANS. 

Franklin B. Morrill, 
Ira Rollins. 

PRIVATES. 

Austin, Daniel 
Blaisdell, Thomas C. 
Billington, Selden B. 
Bailey, James \V. 
Brawn, Robert 
Buker, George S. 
Burgoyne, Francis 
Chick, Frederic A. 
Connor, William 
Crowell, Thomas E. 
Curtis, Hiram C. 
Douglass, Banjamin F. 
Dahlman, Fredei-ic W. 
Denene, William 
Donnovan, James 
Doughty, William H. 
Drake, Albion A. 
Dill, Hermon I. 
Davis, Edwin W. 
Estes, Joseph H. 
Ford, Timothy W. 
riagg, John 
Farrow, George 
Gray, William H. 
Graffam, David T. 
Gribbin, Wesley 
Gribbin, Watson R. 
Harriman, Rodney C. 
Holmes, Tristram 
Hall, Augustine E. 
Hayden, Franklin N. 
Howard, Elias 



o 




go 


Mustr'dl 




61 


Residence. 


^"^ into 1 


Remarks. 


26 




!l 


U.S.Ser. 




Gardiner 


s 


Nov. 12 




34 


Portland 


M Nov. 7| 




38 


Augusta 


Mj 


tSrov.l2 




22 


Gardiner 


S 


do 




23 


Portland 


M 


S^ov. 7 


Sick in hospital. 


21 


W. Gardiner 


8 i 


Nov.12 




26 


Monmouth 


S 


Nov. 7 




2.5 


Belfast 


M 


do 




29 


Wayne 


S 


do 




35 


Pittston 


S 


Nov.12 




23 


Portland 


M 


Nov. 7 




23 


Lewiston 


S 


Nov.12 




18 


Wayne 


S 


Nov. 7 




27 


Gardiner 


M 


Nov.12 




19 


Limington 


S 


Nov. 7 




22 


W. Gardiner 


s 


Nov.12 




30 


Livermore 


s 


Nov. 7 




18 


Gardiner 


s 


Nov.12 




19 


Buckfield 


s 


do 




18 


Weld 


s 


Nov. 7 




19 


do 


s 


do 




25 


Chelsea 


M 


do 




28 


do 


M 


Nov.12 




19 


Litchfield 


s 


do 




39 


Wayne 


s 


do 




21 


Limington 


s 


Nov. 7 




44 


Pittston 


jNI 


Nov.12 




18 


Brooklyn, NY 


s 


do 




25 


Minot 


M 


do 




25 


Sebec 


s 


do 




34 


Gardiner 


M 


do 




18 


Pittston 


S 


do 




18 


Lewiston 


S 


do 




18 


Portland 


s 


do 




24 


Minot 


s 


do 




18 


Lewiston 


s 


do 




21 


Lisbon 


s 


do 


Deserted Nov. 13. 


20 


Belfast 


s 


Nov. 7 




20 


Monroe 


s 


do 




18 


Belmont 


s 


do 




23 


Isleslioro' 


M 


do 




29 


Woolwich 


s 


Nov.12 




33 


Lisbon 


M 


do 




18 


Portland 


S 


Nov. 7 


Detained by the Governor. 


21 


do 


s 


do 


" " 


35 


Pittston 


M 


'Nov.12 


I 


44 


Limington 


M 


iNov. 7 


Sick at camp. 


20 Belfast 


S 


! do 




18 Robbinston 


s 


do 




34 


Manchester 


M 


Nov. 1 2 





APPENDIX D. 



483 



Return of Company F, Eleventh Regiment, ( Continued.} 



Nalne 



Hatch, John L 
Jones, Charles L. 
Joy, Wendall F. 
Jones, Tliomas C. 
Kenniston, George W. 
Kelley, Theran 
Little, James W. 
Luddcn, Stephen 
Libby, Ellison 
Lang, James 
Leniont, John F. 
McCanley, Kenneth 
Meserve, John F. 
Maloiicy, John 
Milliken, John F. 
McCleve, Andrew 
Morrill, John E. 
Marr, Thomas F. 
Merrill, Benjamin F. 
Moulton, Daniel 
Newell, Edward G. 
Norris, Nelson H. 
Philbrook, David 
Plummer, Daniel 
Plaise, Harrison N. 
Potter, John 
Quirk, John 
Russell, Thomas 
Rutherfordf James 
Sands, Aaron 
Stanworth, Joseph F. 
Swett, George W. 
Stevens, Erastus 
Scotney, Francis 
Storer, Stephen D. 
Stickney, George E. 
Smith, George S. 
Smith, John 
Smith, William A. 
Tabcr, Thomas T. 
Taylor, George 
Wood, Daniel 
Woodbury, Horace L. 
Williams, Charles 
Walsh, Ambrose F. 
Webl), Randall S. 
Webber, Samuel C. 
Whitten, Benjamin F. 
Yelden, Austin 
Barrett, John 
Wyer, Eleazer 




Manchester 

Brooks 

Limington 

Augusta 

Chelsea 
22] Lisbon 
22 1 Windham 
25 1 Pembroke 
22 Scarboro' 



Lewiston 

Portland 

Lewiston 

Limington 

Lewiston 

ISJFalmouth 

20 ! Nova Scotia 

ISjRobbinston 

22 Ireland 

39 1 Chelsea 

191 do 
Weld 
Wayne 
Islesboro' 
Pittston 
Lewiston 
Litchfield 
Westbrook 
Temple 
Lewiston 
Limington 
Portland 
Gorham 
Brooks 

44'Robbinston 

18 Weld 

19 Augusta 
43 j Portland 
35jLivermore 
30 1 Lewiston 
20,Eastport 
18|Gardiner 
21 Harrison 
25 j Waldo 

40 Gorham 
21 Portland 
29 Augusta 
29 Lewiston 
39 Portland 
21 Chelsea 
32 Lewiston 
43, Portland 



Mustr 'd 
into 
g^ U.S.Ser 

s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 

M 

s 



Nov.12 
Nov. 7 

do 
Nov.12 

do 

do 
Nov. 7 

do 

do 
Nov.12 
Nov. 7 
Nov.12 
Nov. 7 
Nov.12 
Nov. 7 
Nov.12 
Nov. 7 

do 
Nov.12 

do 
Nov. 7 

do 

do 
Nov.12 

do 

do 
Nov. 7 

do 
Nov.12 
Nov. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Nov.12 

do 

do 

do 
Nov. 7 
Nov.12 
Nov. 7 

do 

do 

do 
Nov.12 

do 
Nov. 7 
Nov.12 

do 
Nov. 7 



Remarks. 



Wagoner. 



Detained by the Governor. 
Deserted Nov. 13. 
Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 
Transferred to Co. B. 

Sick at camp. 



Deserted Noy. 13. 



484 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company F,Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De-* 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total, 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 




















Total 





















Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 

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Date of 




i 


Names. 


< 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 

2 


Aujrustus P. Davis 
John M. Beal 


26 
34 


Captain 
1st Lieut 


Gardiner 
Portland 


Nov. 12 
Nov. 7 




3 


Samuel G. Sewall 


38 


2d Lieut 


Augusta 


Nov. 12 




1 


Thomas A. Brann 


22 


Sergeant 


Gardiner 


Nov. 12 




2 


Charles H. Scott 


23 


do 


Portland 


Nov. 7 




3 


Alfred G. Branu 


21 


do 


W. Gardiner 


Nov. 12 




4 


Henry 0. Fox 


26 


do 


Monmouth 


Nov. 7 




5 


Benjamin F. Dunbar 


25 


do 


Belfast 


do 




1 


Archibald Clark 


29 


Corporal 


Wavne 


Nov. 7 




2 


Calvin R. Sears 


35 


do 


Pittston 


Nov. 12 




3 


-John C. Ross 


23 


do 


Portland 


Nov. 7 




4 


James A. Scoullar 


23 


do 


Lewiston 


Nov. 12 




5 


Rufus N. Burgess 


18 


do 


Wavne 


Nov. 7 




6 


John C. Header 


27 


do 


Gardiner 


Nov. 12 




7 


William B. Joy 


19 


do 


Limintrton 


Nov. 7 




8 


Daniel S. Smith 


22 


do 
4* 


W. Gardiner 


Nov. 12 





APPENDIX D. 



485 



Return of Capt. Winslow P. Spofford, Company G, Eleventh Eegimcnt Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 fourth day of November, 1861. 

WINSLOW P. SPOEFORD, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS'd officers. 
Winslow P. Spoflford, 
Charles E. lUsley, 
John S. Dodge. 

SERGEANTS. 

William H. H. Rice, 
Thomas Clark, 
Rufus H. Wingate, 
Caleb Philbrick, 
John D. Clark. 

CORPORALS. 

Joseph C. Wenlworth, 
Alfred E. Conners, 
Isaac H Small, 
William H. Burrill, 
Judson Salsbury, 
James H. Abbott. 

WAGONER. 

Ambrose P. Phillips. 

PRIVATES. 

Anderson, Stillman 
Bennett, Levi W. 
Brown, Ephraim 
Briggs, Amos W. 
Burns, David H. 
Bunker, Ambrose S. 
Bunker, Charles F. 
Bunker, Theodore 
Butler, Augustus J. 
Caine, James 
Cash, William B. 
Clark, Alamander 
Clark, John F. 
Clark, George P. 
Cook, George W. 
Cormick, William J. 
Conway, John D. 
Clow, Elmer L. 
Davidson, Robert 
Day, Lewis L. 
Denico, Augustus H. 
Denico, William E. 
Denico, Henry C. 
Dodge, William H. 
Dow, Samuel W. 
Fish, Charles E. 
Frazier, Ahira S. 
Frazier, Isaac 
Frazier, George W. 
Garland, Newell 
Garland, Warren 
Garland, Albert 
Gordon, Fnmcis F. 
Gross, Reuben 
Higgins, Charles H. 







Mustr 'd 


e Residence. 


C S" 


into 


< ; 

45 Dcdham 


3K 


U.S.Ser. 


M 


Nov. 6 


23 Harrison 


S 


Nov. 4 


22 Tremont 


S 


Nov. 6 


25 Ellsworth 


S 


Nov. 4 


22 Tremont 


s 


do 


24 Ellsworth 


M 


do 


44 do 


M 


do 


25 Franklin 


S 


do 


28 Franklin 


M 


do 


21 Tremont 


S 


do 


18 Ellsworth 


S 


do 


19 Dedham 


s 


do 


18 Trenton 


s 


do 


18 Tremont 


s 


do 


23 Ellsworth 


M 


do 


32 Cherryfield 


M 


do 


18 Ellsworth 


S 


do 


19 do 


s 


do 


44 do 


M 


do 


21 Piacentia Isle 


s 


do 


23 Ellsworth 


M 


do 


18 Eden 


S 


do 


18 Rockland 


s 


do 


17 Hancock 


s 


do 


21 Ellsworth 


s 


do 


35 do 


M 


do 


22 Franklin 


s 


do 


18 do 


s 


do 


25 Surry 


M 


do 


18 Ellsworth 


s 


Nov. 6 


24 Meddybemps 


s 


Nov. 4 


43 Ellsworth 


M 


do 


17 Waltham 


s 


do 


30 Franklin 


s 


do 


33 Eden 


M 


do 


24 Ellsworth 


S 


do 


20 do 


s 


do 


19 do 


s 


do 


19 Dedham 


s 


do 


18 Hancock 


s 


do 


26 Ellsworth 


s 


do 


26 Otis 


M 


do 


24 do 


s 


do 


22 do 


s 


do 


42 Ellsworth 


M 


do 


26 do 


s 


do 


20 do 


s 


do 


18 Trenton 


s 


do 


19 Ellsworth 


s 


Nov. 6 


23 Trenton 


M 


do 



Remarks. 



486 



ADJUTANT-GEXERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company G, Eleventh Regiment, (^Continued.') 











Mustr'd 




Names. 


£ 


Residence. 


C fcc 


into 


Remarks. 




24 




^'rZ 


U.S.Ser. 




Higgins, Humphrey S. 


Eden 


s 


Nov. 4 




Higgins, Henry H. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Hinckley, Charles B. 


18 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Howard, Michael 


45 


do 


M 


do 




Holmes, Thomas J. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Holbrook, Edwia 


18 


Trenton 


s 


Nov. 6 




Hurd, Daniel 


27 


Gouldsboro' 


s 


Nov. 4 




Haniman, Augustus P. 


34 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




Haniman, Lysander W. 


28 


Dedham 


M 


do 




Ham or, George W, 


17 


Eden 


S 


do 




Jackson, Edward 


21 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Jordan, Eben. 2d 


44 


do 


M 


do 




Jordan, Daniel T. 


44 


do 


M 


do 




Kimball, Samuel H. 


22 


do 


S 


do 




Keith, John 0. 


22 


do 


S 


Nov. 6 




Keith, Thomas 


18 


do 


s 


Nov. 4 




Moore, Joseph D, 


42 


do 


M 


do 




Moon, Joseph F. 


17 


Hancock 


s 


do 




Moon, Judson R. 


21 


do 


s 


Nov. 6 




Morris, James A. 


24 


Cranberrylsle 


s 


Nov. 4 




Meader, Abraham 


45 


Ellsworth 


M 


do 




McDonald, Daniel 


20 


Trenton 


s 


Nov. 6 




McNamara, Martin 


22 


do 


s 


do 




McGowan, Charles 


21 


Elsworth 


s 


Nov. 4 




Nichols, Francis 0. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Peters, Weldena F. 


20 


Gouldsboro' 


s 


do 




Pettingill, George R. 


18 


Hancock 


s 


do 




Richardson, .John C. 


58 


Tremont 


s 


do 




Royal, Charles W. 


18 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Rogers, Henry B. 


21 


Trenton 


s 


Nov. 6 




Rogers, Sylvester 


18 


Trenton 


s 


do 




Salsbury, Benjamin F. 


29 


do 


M 


Nov. 4 




Weire, David 


45 


Gouldsboro' 


M 


do 




Whittaker, William H. 


17 


Trenton 


s 


do 


Died at "Washington, Nov. 24. 


Wooster, Alpheus S. 


19 


Ellsworth 


s 


do 




Young, Asa B. 


21 


Gouldsboro' 


s 


do 




Young, Nahum B. 


20 


Trenton 


s 


do 




Young, Wallace C. 


26 


do 


8 


Nov. 6 





APPENDIX D. 



487 



Recapitulation of Company G, Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 




De- Trans- 
serted. ferred. 

i 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


ceased. 


charged. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Noii-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

1 
72 








1 








3 

11 

1 

73 


Total 


87 








1 




! 


88 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 












On 


In 






On 






For Dutt. 


Sice. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 


















. 




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Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Winslow P. SpofFord 
Cliarles E. Illsley 
John S. Dodge 



William H. H. Rice 
Thomas Clark 
Rufus H. Wingate 
Caleb Philhrick 
John D. Clark 



1 Joseph C. Wentworth 

2 Alfred E. Conners 
Isaac H. Small 

4 1 William H. Bumll 
Sljudson Salsbury 
6 'James H. Abbott 









Date of 


be 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 








ment. 


44 


Captain 


Dedham 


Oct. 17 


23 


1st Lieut. 


Harrison 


do 


22 


2d Lieut. 


Tremont 


do 


25 


Sergeant 


Ellsworth 


Oct. 21 


22 


do 


Tremont 


do 


24 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 


44 


do 


do 


do 


25 


do 


Franklia 


do 


28 


Corporal 


Franklin 


Oct. 21 


21 


do 


Tremont 


do 


18 


do 


Ellsworth 


do 


19 


do 


Dedham 


do 


18 


do 


Trenton 


do 


18 


do 


Tremont 


do 



488 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Koyal T. Nash, Company H, Eleventh Regiment Infantrj', Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the mornino; of December 1st, 1861, to- 
gether wiih a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since 
it entered the service of the United States on the twelfth day of November, 1861. 

ROYAL T. NASH, Captain. 



Names. 



commiss'd officers. 
Royal T. Nash, 
Nelson T. Smith, 
Charles A. Fuller. 

SERGEANTS. 

Ezra W. Gould, 
William F. Haskell, 
George E. Morrill, 
Nathan J. Gould, 
Joseph Harris. 

CORPORALS. 

Alvin Morrill, 
Cyrus Perkins, 
Albert L. Rankin, 
George W. Smith, 
William H. Girrell, 
James Ellis, 
Dustin Sands, 
Silas Howard. 

MUSICIAN. 

William L. Pinkham. 

WAGON KR. 

John E. Gould. 

PRIVATES. 

Bodge, Charles 
Barker, Thomas 
Batchelder, James 
Brown. Gilbert N. 
Ball, Edward L. 
Clay, Abijah N. 
Coffin, Seba F. 
Cross, Reuben H. 
Colkin, William A. 
Ciiase, Humphrey F. 
Dumphy, Benjamin F. 
Dumphy, James E. 
Dumphy, Nathan J. 
Gulliver, Thomas 
Gould, Edward 
Getchell, El bridge W. 
Houston, Augustine H. 
Hurd, Moses F. 
Howard, Albert 
Johnson, George O 
Jameson, Alvin F. 
Keisor, Augustus C. 
Lary, John, Jr. 
Livcrmore, Llewellyn 
McNaughton, Joim 
McPhearson, Thomas 
Prescott, Hi'nry D. 
Pitman, Henry W. 
Pitman, John 
Prescott, Simon 
Prescott, Alfred 







oi 


Miistr'd 


Ml 

< 


Residence. 




into 
U.S.Ser. 


40 


Gray 


M Nov. 12 


42 Brownville 


M 


do 


22 Boston 


M 


do 


40 Sebec 


M Nov. 4 


21 Dover 


M 


do 


211 Sebec 


M 


do 


22 do 


M 


do 


38 Brownville 


M 


do 


30 do 


S 


do 


25 Corinth 


M 


do 


27 Sebec 


M 


do 


27 Brownville 


M 


do 


22 Charleston 


S 


do 


2,5 Sebec 


S 


do 


18 do 


s 


do 


25 


Brownville 


s 


Nov.12 


30 


Casco 


M 


do 


22 


Brownville 


s 


Nov. 4 


27 


Corinth 


M 


do 


21 


Exeter 


S 


do 


44 


Corinth 


M 


do 


18 Brownville 


S 


do 


18' Sebec 


s 


do 


32 Corinth 


M 


do 


18 Sebec 


S 


do 


18 Barnard 


s 


do 


31 


Brownville 


M 


do 


18 


Sebec 


s 


do 


24 


do 


s 


do 


18 


do 


s 


do 


22 


do 


s 


do 


34 1 Corinth 


M 


do 


21 Barnard 


s 


do 


31 Sebec 


w 


do 


25 Dover 


s 


do 


20 Corinth 


s 


do 


21 do 


s 


do 


23 Sebec 


s 


do 


30 Corinth 


s 


do 


25 do 


M 


do 


20 Sebec 


s 


do 


20 


do 


s 


do 


32 


do 


s 


do 


18 Corinth 


s 


do 


25 Barnard 


s 


do 


22 Williamsburg 


s 


do 


22 do 


s 


do 


19 


1 do 


s 


do 



Remarks. 



Sick at Washington. 



.Sick at Washington. 



Sick at Washington. 



Sick at Washington. 



APPENDIX D. 



489 



Return of Company H, Eleventh Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Prescott, Etien 
Rogers, William F. 
Rogers, Lewis F. 
Rogers, Charles B. , 
Richardson, Charles S. 
Spaulding, Thomas J. 
Siinaford, Madison 
Smith, Leraan R. 
Stevens, Levi 
Towlc, Seth W. 
Wyman, Charles E. 
Wedge wood, Moses 
Spearin, Albion C. 
Wedge wood, John F. 
Wilkins, Zadoc F. 
Howard, Calvin 
Loeke, Josiah 
Berry, Mathew S. 
Howard, Francis 
Thompson, Augustus T, 
Ricker, Melville 
Ramsdell, Seth A. 
Stiles, Stephen 
Lawrence, Luther 
Emerson, William 
Dill, William H. 
Stephens, Joseph F. 
Penley, Sullivan H. 
Lord, George H. 
- Moody, George P. 
Tozier, Albert 
Cobb, Charles G. 
Thompson, James M. 
Freeborn, Frank H. 
Cummings, Charles H 
Gaver, Francis S. 
Fogg, John S. 
Sweetzer, William 
Morgan, Luther H. 
Moody, Nathaniel 
Dill, Daniel M. 
Johnson, Charles 



do 
do 
Atkinson 
Milo 

Williamsburg 
19J Corinth 
30 Charleston 



Residence. 



g u Miistr'd 



23 Williamsburg S 
21 Brownville 



Exeter 
Corinth 
Brownville 
do 
do 
Milo 

Brownville 
Milo 
Brownville 

do 
Gray 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Harrison 
19|Gray 

18iN. Gloucester 
23: Danville 
21 1 Auburn 
221 do 
18]Waterville 
20 Gray 
do 
Harrison 
N. Gloucester 
do 
do 
do 
Danville 
Auburn 
Gray 



18| Charleston 



,:m 




Sin 


U.S.Ser. 


s 


Nov. 4 


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 


M 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


do 


s 


Nov. 12 


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 



Remarks. 



Sick at Washington. 
Sick at Washington. 



Sick at Washington. 
Sick at Washington. 



32' 



490 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Recapitulation of Company H^Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

2 
65 


1 

8 






• 






3 
13 

2 
73 


Total 


82 1 9 






i 






91 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



o 

o = 



3l 8 .57 63 



Sick. 



1 8l77 




5 o •= 
O SS c 



4 10 



In 

AUREST. 



Absent. 



Sick. 





s 








d 


a 


o 






!H 


a 


O 




■c 








c 
c 


F 


'~, 


S 






, 5 


o 



Special 
Sekvice. 



o ^ ft,'<|k.> Ss e-'o,2:i£: 



191 



91 



Present Organization of the Company. 













Dale of 




6 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appciiiit- 


Remarks. 


'A 




< 






nient. 




1 


Roval T. Nash 


40 


Captain 


Gray 


Nov. 12 




2 


Nelson T. Smith 


43 


1st Lieut. 


Brownville 


do 




3 


Charles A. Fuller 


22 


2d Lieut. 


Boston, ]\Iass. 


Xov. 4 




1 


Ezra W. Gould 


40 


Sergeant 


Sebec 


Nov. 4 




2 


William F. Huskell 


21 


do 


Dover 


do 




3 


Georixe E. Monill 


21 


do 


Sebec 


do 




4 


Nathan J. Gould 


2-2 


do 


do 


do 




5 


Joseph Harris 


38 


do 


Williamsburg 


do 


• 


1 


Alvin Morrill 


30 


Corporal 


Brownville 


Nov. 4 




2 


Cvrus Perkins 


25 


do 


Corinth 


do 




3 


Albert L. Uankin 


27 


do 


Sebec 


do 




4 


(xcorije W. >Smith 


27 


do 


Brownville 


do 




5 


William H. Girrell 


22 


do 


Charleston 


do 




6 


Tames I'M lis 


25 


do 


Sebec 


do 




7 


Dustin Sands 


18 


do 


do 


do 




8 


Silas Howard 


25 


do 


Brownville 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



491 



Return of Captain John Pomroy, Company I, Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressinji; its condition on ilie morning of December 1st, 18(31, to- 
gether with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Company since h 
entered the service of the United States, on the second day of Novcmher, 1861. 

JOHN rOMKOY, Captain. 











.Vlusir'd 




Names. 


tt 


Residence. 


C to 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




gig 


U.S.Ser. 




cojimiss'd officers. 












John I'omroy, 


46 


Bancroft 


M 


Nov. 7 




Benjamin B. Foster, 


28 


Lincoln 


S 


Nov. 2 




Simeon H. Merrill. 


20 


Bridgton 


S 


Nov. 7 




SERGEANTS. 












George H. Stratton, 


24 


Winn 


s 


Nov. 8 


• 


George B. Weymouth, 


28 


Bancroft 


M 


Nov. 2 




A. Litchfield Leland, 


26 


Winn 


S 


do 




George Leader, 


la 


Houlton 


M 


do 




William VV. Foster. 


26 


Orono 


S 


do 




CORPORALS. 












George W. Butterfield, 


19 


Dan forth 


s 


do 




William Brannen, 


29 


Weston 


M 


do 




Joseph S. Butler, 


26 


do 


S 


do 




John Wilson, 


33 


Bancroft 


S 


do 




David B Snow, 


21 


Winn 


s 


do 




Elbridge G. Decker, 


23 


Bancroft 


s 


do 




Charles W. Trott, 


28 


Winn 


s 


do 




Robert Doyle. 


28 


Houlton 


M 


do 




MUSICIAN. 












William H. Brick. 


18 


Augusta 


s 


Nov. 6 




AVAGONER. 












George Foster. 


27 


Danforth 


M 


Nov. 2 




PRIVATKS. 












Aldrich, J. Adelbcrt 


18 


Carroll 


S 


do 




Brannen, Weston 


2-1 


Weston 


s 


do ' 




Brannen, Stephen 


24 


Orient 


M 


do 




Brayman, Samuel G. 


25 


do 


M 


do 




Bickmore, William 


33 


No. 9, R. 4 


S 


do 


• 


Butterfield, Stephen 


19 


Weston 


s 


do 




Brown, John 


38 


Bancroft 


s 


do 




Butler, Edward 


18 


Skowhegan 


s 


Nov. 7 




Canning, Patrick H. 


37 


Houlton 


M 


Nov. 2 




Carson, William 


32 


No. 9, R. 4 


M 


Nov. 6 




Clendennin, David 


20 


Winn 


s 


Nov. 2 




Comev, Warren W. 


21 


Bancroft 


M 


do 




Crockett, William H. 


35 


Danforth 


M 


do 




Durgan, Nathan 


45 


Chelsea 


M 


do 




Dooling, James 


23 


New York 


s 


do 




Doble, William 


43 


Lee 


M 


Nov. 6 




Dustin, George 


44 


Bancroft 


S 


do 




Davis, Edward 


18 


Winn 


S 


Nov. 2 




Decker, William IL 


19 


Danforth 


S 


do 




Eldridgc, Orlando 


18 


Canaan 


s 


do 




Fuller,'Cliarles D. 


18 


Jay 


s 


Nov. 7 


Deserted, Nov. IL 


Fo-s, James L. 


18 


Hodgdon 


s 


Nov. 2 




Foster, Irving L. 


30 


Bancroft 


s 


Nov. 6 


Sick at Washington. 


Garey, Loring 


21 


Winn 


s 


Nov. 2 




Gove, George 


19 


Weston 


s 


do 




Gouidin;;-, Madison M. 


25 


Drew 


s 


do 




Gates, Silas M. 


18 


Carroll 


s 


do 




Haskell, Samuel B. 


21 


No. 9, R. 4 


R 


do 




Hubbard, Moses 


23 


Fairfield 


s 


do 




Hanling, Joseph 


44 


Lee 


M 


Nov. 6 




Huff, Justus E. 


21 


Topsfield 


s 


Nov. 2 





492 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company I, Eleventh Regiment, ( Continued.') 



=aB . 




03 


Mustr'd 




Names. 




Residence. 




into 


Remarks. 




<. 




Sic 

s 


U.S.Ser. 




Kimball, Isaac 


21 


Ripley 


Nov. 7 




Jordan, Thomas M. 


30 


Lee 


M 


Nov. 2 


Sick at Washington. 


Kinney, George W. 


•21 


No. 9, R. 3 


S 


Nov. 6 




Kinney, William 


24 


do 


M 


do 


Deserted, Nov. 11. 


Kelley, Thomas 


36 


Orono * 


M 


do 




Knox, John 


35 


Winn 


S 


Nov. 2 




Lord, Jacob 


44 


Bancroft 


M 


Nov. 6 




Leathers, Tuttle D. 


44 


do 


M 


do 


Sick at Washington. 


Manville, John 


44 


Jacks'n Brook 


S 


do 




Myers, Joiin H., Jr. 


18 


Boston, Mass. 


S 


Nov. 7 




Morrissey, Daniel 


24 


Bancroft 


]\I 


Nov. 2 




Moody, Morton 


18 


Westonj 


s 


do 


, ■ 


McFeil, Daniel 


38 


Haynesville 


s 


do 




McCarron, Andrew- 


27 


Ashland 


s 


do 




Murray, Alexander 


44 


Maysville 


s 


do 




Monk, John A. 


30 


No. 9, R. 3. 


M 


do 




Neal, Adam J. 


31 


Waite 


s 


do 




Poinroy, George A. 


18 


Bancroft 


s 


do 




Pomroy, George C. 


40 


do 


s 


do 




Royal, Charles 


44 


Winn 


M 


Nov. 6 




Roderick, Martin 


36 


Skowhegan 


M 


Nov. 7 




Rogers, William 


30 


do 


M 


do 




Springer, Edward H. 


18 


Danforth 


S 


Nov. 2 




Springer, George J. 


44 


do 


M 


do 




Snow, William S. 


28 


do 


M 


Nov. 6 


Deserted, Nov. 11. 


Sleeper, Moses 


45 


No. .5, R. 4 


M 


Nov. 2 




Shorey. Kufus K. 


19 


Bancroft 


s 


do 




Shorey, Randolph A. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Sinclair, Andrew J. 


27 


do 


M 


do 




Sawyer, Harrison 


20 


Orient 


S 


do 




Sawyer, Stephen 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Vandine, Arthur V. 


30 


Winn 


M 


Nov. 6 




White, Charles W. 


35 


Bancroft 


M 


do 




Webber, Edinond 


44 


No. 9, R. 4 


S 


do 


Sick at Washington. 


Winship, Tho^nas 


37 


Weston 


s 


Nov. 2 




Webster, Hcnr^' 


18 


Hodgdon 


s 


do 




Wilcox, Jacob A. 


21 


Trescott 


s 


do 




Young, George W. 


18 


Winn 


s 


do 




Merrill, George W. 


18 


Bridgton 


s 




Not mustered in. 



APPENDIX D. 493 

Recapitulation of Company I, Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Voliinteers. 





Present &. Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned OflBcers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

2 
66 


4 












3 
13 

2 
"0 


Total 


84 


4 


1 


i 


88 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 
















On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 






For Duty. 


Sick. 


Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




c 




2 








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3 


88 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Joseph Pomroy 
Benjamin B. Foster 
Simeon H. Merrill 

George H. Stratton 
George B. Weymouth 
A. L. Leiand 
George Leader 
William W. Foster 

George W. Butterfield 
William Brannen 
Joseph S. Butler 
John Wilson 
David B. Snow 
Elbridge G. Decker 
Charles W. Trott 
Robert Doyle 



o 


Rank. 


< 




46 
29 


Captain 
1st Lieut. 


20 


2d Lieut 


24 

28 


Sergeant 
do 


26 


do 


25 


do 


26 


do 


19 
29 


Corporal 
do 


26 


do 


33 


do 


21 


do 


23 


do 


28 


do 


28 


do 



Residence. 



Bancroft 

Lincoln 

Bridgton 

Winn 

Bancroft 

Winn 

Houlton 

Orono 

Dan forth 
Weston 

do 
Bancroft 
Winn 
Bnn croft 
Winn 
Houlton 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 



Nov. 1 
do 
do 

Nov. I 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Nov. 1 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



494 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Jonathan A. Hill, Company K, Eleventh Ecgiment 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 Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the second dav of November, 1861. 

JONATHAN A. HILL, Captain. 





1 


u . 


iVIiisir'd 






Names. 


e 

< 


Residence. 


e s 


iiilo 
U.S.Ser. 


Remarks. 




COMmiss'd officers. 














Jonathan A. Hill, 


30 


Stetson 


M 


Nov. 2 






Melville M. Folsom, 


25 


Newburg 


S 


do 






Albert G. Mudgett. 


34 


do 


M 


do 






SERGKANTS. 














Alphonzo Patten, 


20 


Bangor 


S 


do 






William P. Plaisted, 


19 


Stetson 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Horatio Knowles, 


23 


Kenduskcag 


M 


do 






Nelson P. Cram, 


22 


Brunswick 


S 


do 






George B. Noycs. 


24 


Atkinson 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 




CORPORALS. 














Daniel West, 


39 


Bangor 


M 


do 


At Augusta. 




Calvin S. Chapman, 


23 


do 


S 


do 






Charles H. Foster, 


24 


Stetson 


M 


do 






Daniel D. Noyes, 


37 


Brewer 


M 


do 






Charles G. L. Aiken, 


21 


Bangor 


S 


do 






John E. Smith, 


27 


do 


S 


do 






George W. Small, 


26 


do 


s 


do 






Silas H. Kenney. 


31 


Stetson 


s 


do 






MUSICIAN. 














Abner Brooks. 


25 


Corinna 


M 


do 






WAGONER. 














Joseph G. Kicker. 


23 


Dexter 


M 


do 






PRIVATES. 














Abbott, Oscar F. 


25 


Newburg 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Andrews, Oshorn 


20 


Plymouth 


S 


do 






Abbott, Charles B. 


35 


Newburg 


M 


do 






Bracy, Lewis H. 


18 


Mt. Desert 


S 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Bunker, Eaton H. 


24 


Trenton 


s 


do 






Buzzell, John H. 


21 


Plymouth 


s 


do 






Buzzell, Samuel 


18 


do 


s 


do 






Brown, Luther 


30 


Dover 


s 


do 






Cochran, Charles A. 


18 


Stetson 


s 


do 






Condon, Franklin F. 


18 


Newburg 


s 


do 






Colbath, George W. 


25 


Mattamiscon- 


M 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Dan forth. Phillip A. 


22 


Bradford [tis 


M 


do 






Davis, Willard 


41 


Newburg 


M 


do 






Davis, Henry H. 


22 


Bangor 


S 


do 






Dean, Samuel 


21 


Corinna 


s 


do 






Erskine, William M. 


18 


Bradford 


s 


do 






Erskine, Rogers A. 


24 


do 


s 


do 






Erskine, Andrew B. 


21 


do 


s 


do 






Ellis, Jo.iah W. 


18 


Dover 


s 


do 






Eastman, Augustus 


38 


Bucks port 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Furbish, Josiah 


23 


Bradford 


s 


do 






Gould, George C. 


18 


Farmington 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 




Green, John 


35 


Bradford 


M 


do 






Garnett, Jotliam S. 


23 


Medway 


s 


do 






Garnett, Ellsworth B. 


21 


do 


s 


do 






Howard. John 


26 


Brownville 


s 


do 






Hulibard, Charles P. 


40 


Bangor 


M 


do 






Hooper, Demetrius 


24 


Sangcrvillc 


s 


do 






Keefe, Morris 


26 


Bangor 


s 


do 






Knowles, Charles 


27 


Corinna 


s 


do 






Kellcy, Jaazaniah B. 


19 


Newburg 


s 


do 


Sick at camp. 





APPENDIX D. 



495 



Return of Company K, Eleventh Regiment, ( ContirmedS) 



Names. 



Residence. 



Kelley, George S. 
Kinney, Horace S. 
Kisor, George M. 
Lock, Augustus D. 
Lewis, Jesse 
Ladd, Warren S. 
Moor, Henry J. 
Miuldocks, Charles W. 
Maddocks, Wills 
Maddoi'ks, Lutlier E. 
Mann, Ht-nry A. 
Morton, Charles E. 
Norton William W. 
Noycs, Harlan P. 
Osgood, Marquis D. L 
Quinn, Franklin A. 
Ricker, Robert 
Roberts, Thomas J. 
Shaw, Edmond H. 
Scott, Robert H. 
Southard, Asa V. 
Sylvester Dummer 
Smith, Benjamin R. 
Stewart, Brooks D. 
Shute, Alfred P. 
Twomhiey, Albion H. P. 
Ward, Watson 
Worcester, John W. 
Warrick, George 
Whitticr, Warren L. 
Watson Charles 
Wilson, John 
Willey, Daniel E. 
Young, John F. 
Wilson, Joseph C. 
Griffin, Ahncr A. 
Smith, James 
Wyman, Henry L. 
Hobbs, James 
Wentworth, Samuel 
Whitcomb, John, Jr. 
Knowles, John 
Ellwell, Stephen C. 
Quimby, Benjamin 



IS'Newburg 
24, Stetson 
2.5 Bradford 
18, Stetson 
29 ! Canaan 
22'Kenduskcag 

29 Sebcc 

2.1 j Ellsworth 

30 Eddington 
27|Newburg 
28,Glenburn 
22lNe\vburg 
20. Stetson 
181 Atkinson 
38, Stetson 
ISlNcwburg 
24 j do 

27 Bradford 

20 j Parkland 

19|Bangor 

30j Bradford 

22 Stetson 

22 Bannor 

18, Stetson 

26 1 Charleston 

301 Bradford 

18 

18 

3.i 

28| Stetson 

IS 

21 

46 

21 

21 

25 

27 

23 



do 

Bangor 

do 



Miistr'd 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



do 
Newport 
Exeter 
Mt. Desert 
Newport 
Cambridge 

, England 

Brighton 

25 1 Bradford 

20 Veazie 

26!Newhurg 

20 Corinna 

44 Charleston 

SslBristol 



Remarks. 



Nov. 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Nov.27 
Nov.28 
Nov. 7 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Nov. 12 

do 

do 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 



Sick at camp. 



Transferred from Co. A. 



Transferred from Co. C. 
it t( 

Transferred from Co. B. 
Sick at camp. 



496 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company K,Eleventh Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 





Present &. Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for o „i. 
Duty. ^'^^• 


Total, 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

11 

2 

57 


2 
9 














3 

13 

2 

66 


Total 1 73 


11 














84 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















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Names. 



Jonathan A. Hill 
Melville M. Folsom 
Albert G. Mudgett 

Alpbonzo Patten 
William P. Plaisted 
Horatio Knowles 
Nelson P. Cram 
George B. Noyes 

Daniel West 
Calvin S. Chapman 
Charles H. Foster 
Daniel D. Noyes 
Charles G. L. Aiken 
John E. Smith 
George W. Small 
Silas H. Kinney 

Abner Brooks * 

Joseph G. Ilickcr 



Sank. 


Residence. 


Captain 

1st Lieut. 


Stetson 
Newburg 


2d Lieut. 


do 


Sergeant 
do 


Bangor 
Stetson 


do 
do 


Kcnduskeag 
Brunswick 


do 


Atkinson 


Corporal 
do 


Bangor 
do 


do 


Stetson 


do 


Brewer 


do 


Bangor 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Stetson 


Drum'er 


Corinna 


Wagoner 


Dexter 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 



Nov. 2 
do 
do 

Nov. 2 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Nov. 2 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Nov. 2 

Nov. 2 



Remarks. 



APPENDIX D. 



497 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 



Return of original Field and Staff Officers oj Tiuclfth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers, 
showing changes which have taken idace by promotion, resignation, or otherwise, since en- 
tering service of the United States. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


George F. Shepley 


Colonel 


Portland 


Nov. 20,1861 




William K. Kimball 


Lieut.-Colonel 


Paris 


Nov. 15, 1861 




David R. Hastings 


Major 


Lovell 


do 




Edwin Illsley 


Adjutant 


Lcwiston 


do 




Horatio N. Jose 


Quartermaster 


Portland 


Sept. 27, 1861 




Joseph Colby 


Chaplain 


Gorhhm 


Nov. 20, 1861 


V 


James H. Thompson 


Surgeon 


Orono 


Nov. 15, 1861 




William T. Black 


Asst.-Surgeon 


Calais 


Dec. 28, 1861 




John W. Dana 


Serg. -Major 


Portland 






Charles D. Webb 


Q'rm'r.-Sergt. 


do 




Prom, to Lieut., Co. 


Elisha F. Goddard 


Q'rm'r-Sergt. 


Rumford 




[A. 


Julius Drake 


Com'y Sergt. 


Portland 






Sargent S. V. Coe 


Hos. Steward 


do 







498 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Gideon A. ITastinfrs, Company A, Twelfth Ecgimcnt Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on ilie morning of December 1st, 1861, together 
with a record of the changes that have taken place in the Com|)any since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of Novtndicr, 1861. 

GIDEON A. HASTINGS, Captain. 



Names. 



COH-MISS D OFFICERS. 

Gideon A. Hastings, 
Elbrldge G. Bolton, 
Charles D. Webb, 

SERGEANTS. 

Peter G. Knapp, 
Williain H. Brown, 
Timothy M. Bean, 
George F. McDonald, 
Elisha F. Goddard. 

CORPORALS. 

Charles P. Morse, 
Nathaniel Harding, 
William Farrington, 
Franlilin Martin, 
Alfred M. True, 
Owen D, Bartlett, 
William C. Frye. 

MDSICIANS. 

Frederick O. Garish, 
Joseph Y. Chapman. 

PRIVATES. 

Abbott, John H. 
Abbott, Chas. H. 
Barker, John M. 
Boobier, Dexter W. 
Bean, Reuben B. 
Bean, Sylvanus M. 
Booluer, Elisha M. 
Boobier, Artemas 
Bryant, Stephen 
Bearer, Edwin 
Boobier, Daniel 
Campbell, Joseph 
Cushman, Y. E. K. 
Curtis, Silas 
Cooper, John 
Corkran, John 
Carpenter, Henry N. 
Cook, Newell 
Dunlap, Edwin P. 
Eaton, Osgood 
Grovcr, Adelbert 
Grover, Simon 
Grover, John, Jr. 
Grover, Elbridge, G. 
Gillpatrick, Almond L. 
Harding, Wm. H. 
Harding, Joel 
Hardy, Charles H. 
Jordan, Noah W. 
Jennis, Albert A. 
Kimball, George W. 
Kimball, Moses F. 
McKenny, Rufus S. 









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Nov.21 


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21 


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22 


do 


s 


do 




32 


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22 


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S 


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do 


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s 


do 




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s 


do 




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do 




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Bethel 


s 


do 




26 


Biddeford 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



499 



Return of Company A, Twelfth Regiment, {Continued.') 



Names. 



Mitchell. Joshua 
More, William K. 
Merrill, John S. 
Mansur, George T. 
McGill, Robert 
Mitchell, Francis 
More, Wm. H. 
Libby, Roscoe 
Libl)y, Edmund P. 
Newton, George 0. 
Newton, Clias. L. 
Norton, Leonard 
Philbrick, Frederick A. 
Porter, Mark 
Poor, John A. 
PoUey, Timothy H. 
Paine, Horace H. 
Putman, Francis N. 
Rnss, James P. 
Russ, James 
Rowe, Charles D. 
Richardson, William 
Raymond, Augustus H. 
Smith, George W. 
Stevens, Benjamin W. 
Stevens, Chas. H. 
Silver, Jonathan V. 
Thomas, Nathaniel R. 
Twambley, John F. 
Winslow, Levi H. 
Wood, John D. 
Walker, Caleb E. 
Wyman, Chas. K. 
Whittier, Oliver G. 
Williard, Daniel 
Young, AUamaxder 







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s 


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18 


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s 


do 


19 


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s 


do 


44 


do 


M 


do 


18 


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s 


do 


18 


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s 


do 


19 


Westbrook 


s 


do 


29 


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M 


do 


19 


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s 


do 


18 


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s 


do 


23 


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M 


Dec. 9 


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s 


Nov.15 


21 


do 


S 


do 


25 


do 


s 


do 


28 


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M 


do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


s 


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s 


do 


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s 


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s 


do 


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M 


do 


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Remarks. 



500 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company A, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Me. Volunteers. 





Preseut & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
12 

67 


2 














3 
12 

69 


Total 


82 


2 














84 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















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Date of 




1 


Names. 


o 

< 
40 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 


Remarks. 


1 


Gideon A. Hastings 


Captain 


Bethel 


Oct. 15 




2 


Elbridge G Bolton 


39 


1st Lieut. 


Portland 


do 




3 


Charles D. Webb 


24 


2d Lieut. 


do 


Nov. 21 


Act'g Quartermaster. 


1 


Peter G. Knapp 


21 


Sergeant 


Byron 


Nov. 21 




2 


William H. Brown 


21 


do 


Bethel 


do 




3 


Timothy M. Bean 


22 


do 


do 


do 




4 


George F. McDonald 


32 


do 


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do 




5 


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23 


do 


lluml'ord 


do 


Quartermaster Sergt. 


1 


Charles P. Morse 


24 


Corporal 


Andover 


Nov. 21 




2 


Nathaniel Harding 


22 


do 


do 


do 




3 


William Farrington 


39 


do 


Sweden 


do 




4 


Franklin Martin 


24 


do 


li urn ford 


do 




5 


Alfred M. True 


18 


do 


Bethel 


do 




6 


Orin D. Bartlett 


30 


do 


Grafton 


do 




7 


William C. Fryo 


22 


do 


Bethel 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



601 



Eeturn of Capt. George H. ChadwcU, Company B, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, 
Maine Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, 
together with a record of the changes that have taken jilace in the Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the sixteenth day of November, 1861. 

GEORGE H. CHADWELL, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISS D OFFICKUS. 

George H. Chailwell, 30 

Charles F. Little, 47 

S. B. Wiggin. 33 

SEKGEANTS. 

Aaron S. Frost, 26 

Edward P. Wyer, 30 

Stephen H. Gup till, 120 

James Beny, 42 

John I^. Williams. 18 

CORPORALS. 

Freeman N. Boynton, 22 

Robert I. Files, 31 

George W. Trickey, 25 

William Eraser, 26 

Charles H. Blake, 21 

Leander Holmes, 38 

A. George Bonny, 21 

Charles E. Morse. 24 

MUSICIAN. 

John Griffin. 17 

WAGONER. 

A. G. Robbins, .51 

PRIVATES. 

Adams, R. L. .18 

Abbott, Bowen G. 31 

Addison, Henry 2.5 

Allen, Jesse B, 23 

Austin, George 37 

Blake, Isaac W. 23 

Brooks, William E. 23 

Berry, Richard N. 41 

Brastow, Hetherly 46 

Brown, James 18 

Best, Patrick, 3.5 

Brown, Franklin T. 18 

Condon, Michael 18 

Castle, Laurence 25 

Colby, Joseph 1 8 

Crook, Ransom, B. 39 

Coffin, George E. 21 

Clary, William 41 

Chapman, Riifus G. 25 

Carter, Henry T. 18 

Dinbon, Simon 19 

Drew, Jonathan W. 38 

Emery, Cephas 29 

Eunight, John 18 

Elder, Samuel H. 16 

Frazicr, John 19 
Fail-brother, Phineas W. 26 

Field, Silas E. 18 

Goodwin, George W. 24 

Gould, Lucicn P. 39 

Goodwin, Robert 29 



Portland 
do 
do 

Westbrook 
Portland 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
S. Berwick 
Portland 

do 

do 

do 
N. Yarmouth 

Portland 

do 

Westbrook 
S. Berwick 
Portland 

do 
Fryeburg 
Portland 

do 
Biddeford 
C. Elizabeth 
Bethel 
Scarboro' 
Walertown, 
Bangor [Ms 
Portland 
Gorham 
S. Berwick 

do 

do 
Portland 

do 

do 
Bangor 
Westbrook 
Portland 

do 

do 
Orono 
Danville 
S. Berwick 
Portland 
S. Berwick 



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Nov.16 


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Nov.16 




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602 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Company B, Twelfth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



Gardiner, Hammond 
Gragg, Walter 
Hunt, Hibbard 
Hogan, Peter 
Harris, Edwin R. 
Knecland, William R. 
Keenan, Francis 
Libby, George H. 
Lombard Blanchard 
Leighton, W. W. 
Lizott, Francois 
Lake, Addis C. 
Lake, George W. 
Leighton, Charles H. 
Lane, Ivory 
Locke, Joseph I. 
Lake, Andrew I. 
Morse, Melville W. 
McLellan, Charles E. 
Mack, George H. 
Melody, Patrick 
Merrill, John R. 
Measure, Judson C. 
Neal, Zephaniah 
Neally, Charles E. 
Pike, Alvin 
Pcverlv, Otis 
Pray, William F. 
Preston, Charles E. 
Purinton, Albert H. 
Prescott, Benjamin F. 
Perkins, John C. 
Parker, Arthur 
Robinson, James 
Roberts, Benjamin B. 
Robinson, Edward 
Ryason, Charles B. 
Stevens, Charles L. 
Smith, Gustavus 
Serle, Moses 
Swett, John B. 
Shaplcigh, Levi 
Strong, George 
Tooiney, Thomas H. 
Tibbets, Harrison 
Wilson, John 
Whitehead, John W. 
Whitehead, Charles T. 
Welch, Ri.bert B. 
Wood, James S. 
Whitaker, William 
Welch. Charles E. 
York, Daniel P. 



21 Calais 

18 Bangor 

19 Portland 
Orono 

N. Yarmouth 
Waterford 
Portland 

do 

do 
Westbrook 
Portland 
S. Berwick 

do 
Westbrook 
Portland 

do 
S. Berwick 
Portland 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Johnson 
Orono 
S. Berwick 
Waterford 
Bethel 
S. Berwick 
East port 
Portland 
Bangor 
Orono 
Portland 

do 
S. Berwick 
Eastport 



Bethel 
Westbrook 
Portland 
Eastport 



23 Portland 



Yarmouth 
Portland 
Calais 
Portland 

do 
S. Berwick 

do 
Poiiland 

do 
Scarboro' 
20 Temple 
27 S. Berwick 



Remarks. 



Nov. 20 

do 

do 

do 

Dec. 6 

Nov.20 

Nov. 16 

Nov.20 

do 
Nov. 16 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Nov.20 

do 
Dec. 11 
Nov. 16 

do 

Nov.20 

do 

do 

Dec. 11 

Nov.20 

do 

do 

do 

Nov. 16 

Nov.20 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Nov. 16 

do 
Nov.20 

do 
Nov. 16 

do 

Nov.20 

do 

do 

Dec. 6 

Nov.20 

Nov. 16 

Xov.20 

Nov. 16 

do 

do 

do 

Nov.20 

do 
Nov. 16 



Deserted, Nov. 25. 
Transferred. 



Transferred. 

Sick at home. 

Sick at camp. 
Drummer. 



Detached to Surgeon. 



Discharged for disability. 



Deserted, Nov. 25. 



APPENDIX D. 



503 



Recapitulation of Company 


1 B, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, 


Me. ' 


Volunteers. 




Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


J)j«. TSa. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty, 


Sick. 


charged. 


serted. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 

13 

3 

84 


1 








1 


1 


9 


3 

13 

3 

96 


Total 


103 


1 








1 


1 1 9 


115 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 



For Duty. 



c > 



3 13 67 83 



1 1 2 



SPECIAL 

Duty. 



In 
Arrest. 



o! g 



Sick. 



9 I 

z 1 &; 



On 
Special 
Service. 



►J .; 



9 109 





Present 


Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




d 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appnint- 


Remarks. 


a 




30 






nient. 




1 


George H. Chad well 


Captain 


Portland 


Oct. 20 




2 


Charles F. Little 


47 


ist Lieut. 


do 


Oct. 1 6 




3 


S. B. Wiggin 


33 


2d Lieut. 


do 


Nov. 20 




1 


Aaron S. Frost 


26 


Sergeant 


Westbrook 


Nov. 16 




2 


Edward P. Wyor 


30 


do 


Portland 


Nov. 20 




3[Steplicn H. Guptill 


20 


do 


do 


Nov. 16 




4'Janies Bcrrv 


42 


do 


do 


do 




5 


John D. Williams 


18 


do 


do 


Nov. 20 




1 


Freeman N. Boyn.ton 


22 


Corporal 


Portland 


Nov. 16 




2 


Robert I. Files 


31 


do 


do 


do 




3 George W. Trickey 


25 


do 


S Berwick 


do 




4 Charles 11. Blake 


21 


do 


Portland 


do 




5 Leander Holmes 


38 


do 


do 


do 




GjA. George Bonny 


21 


do 


do 


do 




7 


Charles E. Morse 


24 


do 


N. Yarmouth 


do 




8 


William Frascr 


26 


do 


Portland 


do . 




I'jolm Griffin 


17 


Drum'er 


Portland 


Nov. 1 6 




2 1 Andrew J. Lake 


16 


do 


S. Berwick 


Dec. 11 




1 


Ia. G. Robbins 


51 


Wagoner 


Portland 


Nov. 16 





504 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Charles C. G. Thornton, Company C, Twelfth 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 Company since it 
entered the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of November, 1861. 

CHARLES C. G. THORNTON, Captain. 



Names. 



COMMISs'd officers. 
Chas. C. G Thornton, 
AVilliam W. Deaue, 
Horatio Ilight. 

SERGEANTS. 

Edward Pilsbury, 
Francis Libby 
Eben Sturgis, 
John Mulsey, 
Loring Harmon. 

CORPORALS. 

John S. Abljott, 
Enoch L. Snow, 
Aurelius S. Jones, 
Marshall C. Sturgis, 
Samuel Rounds, 
Melvill J. Milliken, 
Frank Smitli, 
Edwin A. Harmon. 

MUSICIANS. 

Edgar M. Cliurchill, 
James M. Leavitt. 

WAGONER. 

Simon M. Moss. 

PRIVATES. 

Allen, William C. 
Allen, Daniel A. 
Butterfield, Samuel 
Berry, Hiram 
Butterfield, Jonas E. 
Bootliby, Charles W. 
Berry, Elias B. 
Coolbroth, John R. 
Chute, Greculeaf 
Cash, Charles E. 
Crocket, Daniel M. 
Daggett, Frederic K. 
Emery, Marshall 
Edwards, William D. 
Foss, Peltiah H. 
Ford, John 
Hearne, Luther M. 
Hastv, All)in J. 
Harford, Tliomas W. 
Harmon, Ervin P. 
Harford, Albion S. 
Hodgdon, William P. 
Hall, Lorenzo D. 
Jordan, Alonzo 
Knights, Charles 
King. Josepli P. 
Leavitt, Scott L. 
Lilibv, Sumner C. 
Libby, Jcflerson W. 
Libby, Joseph W. 



Residence. 



Scarboro' 

Westbrook 

Scarboro' 

do 

do 
Westbrook 
Portland 
Scarboro' 

Falmouth 
Scarboro' 

do 
Marshall 
Scarboro' 

do 
Lexington 
Saco 

Augusta 
Saco 

Scarboro' 

Westbrook 

Falmouth 

Scarboro' 

do 

do 
Saco 

Westbrook 
Scarboro' 

do 
C. Elizabeth 
Westbrook 
Auburn 
N. Portland 
Lewiston 
Saco 

Scarboro' 
Saco 
Scarboro' 

do 

do 

do 
Westbrook 

do 
C. Elizabeth 
Westbrook 
Gray 
Scarboro' 
C. Elizabeth 
Scarboro' 

do 





Aluslr'd 




is 


into 


Remarks. 


M 


n.S.Ser. 




Nov. 15 




S 


do 




S 


do 




M 


do 




M 


do 




S 


do 


Attached to Commissary Dep't. 


S 


do 


Promoted to Third Sergeant. 


M 




Fourth " 


S 


do 




M 


do 


' 


S 


do 




S 


do 




S 


do 




s 


do 




s. 


do 


Discharged. ■ 


s 


do 


Promoted to Sergeant. 


s 


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 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




M 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 


' 


M 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




M 


do 




M 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




s 


do 




M 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



505 



Return of Company C, Twelfth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 





— 




o «i 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


« 


Residence. 


Sa 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




S^ 


U.S.Ser. 




Lothrop, Joseph P. 


37 


Scarboro' 


M 


Nov. 15 




Libby, George H. 


18 


Falmouth 


S 


do 




Lord, Cyrus E. 


23 


Westbrook 


S 


do 




Merrill, Mervil S. 


22 


Hollis 


s 


do 




Moore, Horace W. 


18 


Scarboro' 


s 


do 


^ 


Milliken, Richard L. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




Morrison, John T. 


23 


Cumberland 


s 


do 




Martin, William H. 


18 


Sebago 


s 


do 




Martin, Daniel D. 


45 


do 


M 


do 




Pratt, Thomas C 


32 


Westbrook 


s 


do 




Pillsbury, George W. 


27 


Scarboro' 


M 


do 




Perry, Martin S. 


20 


do 


S 


do 




Parker, Mahlon H. 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Perry, Horatio 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Richardson,Washington 


18 


Sebago 


s 


do 




Robinson, James 


25 


Scarboro' 


s 


do 




Royal, Theodore A. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Rounds, Charles, Jr. 


25 


do 


s 


do 




Record, Alexander C. 


21 


Saco 


M 


do 




Rounds, Daniel 


20 


Scarboro' 


s 


do 


Taken on writ of habeas corpus. 


Skillin, Alvin 


24 


Raymond 


s 


do 




Stewart, Clark 


18 


C. Elizabeth 


s 


do 




Seavey, Stephen A. 


29 


Saco 


u 


do 




Smith, Joshua 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Sanborn, Nelson 


18 


Limington 


s 


do 


Deserted, Nov. 18. 


Varney, William H. 


24 


Scarboro' 


M 


do 




"Walker, Alonzo 


18 


do 


s 


do 




"Waterhouse, Bartlett F. 


24 


do 


s 


do 




Waterhouse, Benj. F. 


19 


do 


s 


do 




Winslow, Seth T. 


19 


N. Portland 


s 


do 




Young, John 


18 


Scarboro' 


s 


do 




Deshon, Mark W. 


24 


Limington 


s 


do 




Fogg, George H. 


22 


Scarboro' 


s 


do 




Milliken, Benjamin F. 


24 


do 


s 


do 




Green, Samuel C. 




Portland 


s 


Dec. 5 





33 



506 adjutant-genekal's report. 

Recapitulation of Company G, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Me. Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De-' 

serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

3 
63 










1 


1 




3 
11 

3 
65 


Total 


80 1 






1 


1 




82 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 















Prese 


KT. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 




For Duty, 


Sick. 




Special 
Duty. 




Sick. 


Special 
Service. 




c 




£ 








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80 



APPENDIX D. 



60T 



Keturn of Capt. Elisha Winter, Company D, Twelfth 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 Company since it entered 
the service- of the United States, on the fifteenth day of November, 1861. 

ELISHA WINTER, Captain. 



Names. 



commiss'd officers. 
Elisha Winter, 
Henry B. Walton, 
C. C Richardson. 

SERGEANTS. 

George E. Andrews, 
Oscar D. Rolfe, 
John H. Bean, 
Augustus J. Hall, 
Charles A. Wait. 

CORPORALS. 

Manville Waite, 
Henry W. Dunn, 
Jotham S. Wiieeler, 
William J. Greenleaf, 
Irving B. Parker, 
Farwell Walton, 
Mark Beverly, 
Sylvander H. Thomas. 

MUSICIANS. 

Merrill H. Andrews, 
Samuel W. Doble. 

WAGONER. 

Samuel S. Houghton. 

PRIVATES. 

Andrews, .farncs H. 
Andrews, William W. 
Andrews, John 
Austin, Charles A. 
Brown, Simeon F. 
Babb, Joel M. 
Barrett, Kufus 
Berry, George W. 
Brown, Alonzo 
Bartlett, Charles R. 
Clement, Roval A. 
Canwell, Sewall F. 
Coburn, Reuben B. 
Conant, -Joseph 
Casey, Joseph K. 
Coolidge, Alonzo 
Dillingham, Bainbridg 
Doble, John H. 
Davis, William H. 
Droun, George F. 
Elwell, Eleazer C. 
Frye, Willard 
Frost, Benjamin F. 
Gowell, Robert 
Hopkins, Hiram T. 
Hemingway, Colman 
Howe, Joel B. 
Harris, Edward W. 
Hilt, Thomas S. 
Jones, Ira D. 





M 


Vlustr'd 




gj Residence. 


C'5: 


into 


Remarlis. 


< : 


|;Z U.S.Ser. 




37 Dixfield 


M Nov. 15 




31 Peru 


M 


do 




25 Dixfield 


S 


do 




29 Oxford 


S 


do 




28 Rumford 


s 


do 




28, do 


M 


do 




42 Carthage 


M 


do 




30 Dixfield 


M 


do 




24 do 


M 


do 




21 Andover,N.H. 


S 


do 




21 Dixfield 


s 


do 




38 Milton PI. 


M 


do 




21 Rumford 


S 


do 




18 Peru 


s 


do 




39 Dixfield 


M 


do 




do 


s 


do 




16 Milton PI. 


s 


do 




17 Dixfield 


s 


do 




28 Weld 


s 


do 




22 Franklin PI. 


s 


do 




18 do 


s 


do 




28 do 


s 


do 




28 Peru 


M 


do 




28 Milton PI. 


s 


do 




20 ! Mexico 


s 


do 




23! Weld 


s 


do 




1 8 Carthage 


s 


do 




23 Byron 


s 


do 




20 Hanover 


s 


do 




23 Rumford 


s 


do 


Sick at Lowell. 


23 Franklin PI. 


s 


do 




23 Rumford 


M 


do 




27 Roxburv 


s 


do 




19 j Milton PI. 


s 


do 




45 Dixfield 


M 


do 




i25l do 


M 


do 


Acting Drum-Major. 


431 do 


M 


do 


Detached as cook. 


27 do 


M 


do 




21 1 do 


s 


do 




44 Carthage 


M 


do 




45 do 


M 


do 




25 Peru 


S 


do 




31 Franklin PI. 


M 


do 




20 ! do 


S 


do 




38 Milton PI. 


M 


do 




40 Rumford 


S 


do 




28 [Peru 


M 


do 




22 1 Paris 


S 


do 




34lDixfield 


IM 


do 





508 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company D, Twelfth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



Kaowles, Humphrey T. 
Kidder, Charles H. 
Lunt, Charles H. 
Lord, Benjamin 
Lovejoy, Uardiner 
Mitchell, George 
Morse, Cliarles H. 
Newell, Benjamin J. 
Newton, Albert L. 
Newton Orrison R. 
Newton, Charles M. 
Park, Stephen H. 
Pratt, Church 
Phelps, Ehnore S. 
Perry, Lewis M. 
Potter, Gilbert F. 
Penley, Joseph A. 
Perkins, George A. 
Pinkham, James R. 
Roberts, Albert J. 
Shedd, William 
Skinner, George 
Smith, Amos 
Smith, Josiah, Jr. 
Stockbridire, Issacher 
Thomas, Fernando M. 
Tracy, Stephen G. 
Wheeler, William J. 
Warren, Oliver H. 
Wright, Edwin R. 
Wing, Ira B. 
Wing, Samuel F. 
Wright, Albert L. " 
Wiley, William H. 
Carvill, Henry W. 







OO 


Mnsrr'd 




a 


Residence. 


tW) 


into 


Remarks. 


< 




SK 


U.S.Ser. 
Nov. 15 




22 


Wilton 


M 




22 


Dixrield 


S 


do 




26 


Rumford 


M 


do 




■i% 


Franklin PI. 


M 


do 




44 


Peru 


M 


do 




35 


Dixlield 


M 


do 




21 


Carthage 


S 


do 




21 


Weld 


s 


do 


Sick at LowelL 


25 


DixKeld 


s 


do 




22 


do 


s 


do 




18 


do 


s 


do 




25 


do 


s 


do 




18 


Carthage 


s 


do 




21 


Dixfield 


s 


do • 




19 


Rumford 


s 


do 




18 


Otistield ■ 


s 


do 




20 


Milton PI. 


s 


do 




35 


Carthage 


M 


do 




28 


Milton PI. 


s 


do 




18 


Carthage 


s 


do 




18 


Otisfield 


s 


do 




44 


Carthage 


M 


do 


Deserted, Nov. 22. 


40 


Franklin PL 


M 


do 




43 


Mexico 








33 


Dixfield 








20 


Byron 








40 


Franklin PL 








19 


Dixfield 








21 


Humford 








18 


Weld 








21 


Franklin PL 








24 


do 








18 


Otisfield 








23 


Mexico 








22 


Lewistou 









APPENDIX D. 



509 



Recapitulation of Company D, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Me. Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


P,:=„« 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 






Fit for i g. ^ 
Duty. ^"'^^ 


Killed. 


ers. 


ferred. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
13 

3 
62 


2 










1 




3 

13 

3 

65 


Total 


81 1 2 i 








1 




84 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 

















Prese 


WT. 


















Absent. 






















On 


In 

Arrest. 






On 








For Duty. 




Sick. 




Special 




Sice. 


Special 




















Duty. 






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83 1 





Present Organization of the Company. 














Date of 




o 


Names. 




Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 


S5 




< 






ment. 




1 


Elisha Winter 


37 


Captain 


Dixfield 


Oct. 15 




2 


Henry B Walton 


31 


1st Lieut. 


Peru 


do 




3 


C. C. Richardson 


21 


2d Lieut. 


Dixfield 


do 




I 


George E. Andrews 


29 


Sergeant 


Oxford 


Nov. 18 




2 


Oscar D Rolfe 




do 


Rumford 


do 




3 


John H. Bean 




do 


do 


do 




4 


Augustus J. Hall 




do 


Carthage 


do 




5 


Charles A. Wait 




do 


Dixfield 


do 




1 


Manville Wait 


24 


Corporal 


Dixfield 


Nov. 18 




2 


Henry W. Dunn 


21 


do 


Andover,N.H. 


do 




3 


Jotham S. Wheeler 


21 


do 


Dixfield 


do 




4 


William J. Greenleaf 


38 


do 


Milton PI. 


do 




5 


Irving B. Parker 


21 


do 


Rumford 


do 




6 


Farwell Walton 


18 


do 


Peru 


do 




7 


Mark Beverly 


39 


do 


Dixfield 


do 




8 


Sylvander H. Thomas 


23 


do 


do 


do 




1 


Merrill H. Andrews 


16 


Fifer 


Milton PI. 






2 


Samuel W. Doble 


17 


Drum'er 


Dixfield 






1 


Samuel S. Houghton 


28 


Wagoner 


Weld 







510 



adjutant-general's report. 



Return of Capt. Enoch Knight, Company E, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, togeth- 
er with a record of the changes tiiat have taken phice in the Company since it en- 
tered the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of NovemheV, 1861. 

ENOCH KNIGHT, Captain. 









Mustr'd 




Names. 


S,| Residence. 


C tf 


into 


Remarks. 




< 


Ex 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












Enoch Knight, 


27 


Bridgton 


S 


Nov. 15 




Horace Eastman, 


29 Lovell 


M 


do 




Hamilton S. Lowell. 


20 Windham 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 










Marcellus L. Stearns, 


2.3 Lovell 


S 


do 




Sevmore A Farrington, 


2.5 Frveburg 


s 


do 




Sullivan J. Wiley, 


23 do 


s 


do 




Samuel Knight. 


24 Bridgton 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Henry M. Stearns, 


22 


Lovell 


s 


do 




Ephraim H. Riley, 


2.5 


Bridgton 


M 


do 




Henry S. Berry. 


21 


Denmark 


s 


do 




MUSICIANS. 












George W. Andrews, 


18 


Lovell 


s 


do 




Osgood H. Watson. 


25 


do 


M 


do 




WAGONER. 












Peltiab F. Andrews. 


24 


Lovell 


s 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Adams, Albion 


18 


Stoneham 


s 


do 




Ames, Franklin 


23 


Temple 


s 


do 




Bell, William 


39 


Farmington 


s 


do 




Barker, Willard 


19 


Frveburg 


s 


do 




Bacon, Melville C. 


23 Bridgton 


M 


do 




Bacon, Charles H. 


28 do 


M 


do 




Barker, Jolln P. 


21 Fryeburg 


s 


do 




Bacon, Granville B. 


18 Bridgton 


s 


do 




Bragdon, Charles H. 


24 Fryeburg 


s 


do 




Berrv, Gilson A. 


18 Denmark 


s 


do 




Brackett, Orin T. 


18| do 


s 


do 




Chaplin, Caleb A. 


37 Bridsrton 


M 


do 




Cook, George W. 


26 Conway, N.H. 


s 


do 




Cook, Thomas D. 


38 Frveburg 


M 


do 




Caldwell, George E. 


21 Lowell 


S 


do 




Cross, Moses 


19 Bridgton 


s 


do 




Charles, Stephen 


1 9 Frveburg 


s 


do 




Charles, Henry 


30 Lovell 


M 


do 




Cook, John A. 


28 Farmington 


s 


do 




Charles, Sewell C. 


25 Fryeburg 


s 


do 




Dyer, William H. 


18 Farmington 


s 


do 




Douglass, Richard D. 


32 Bridgton 


M 


do 




Dodge, Royal L. 


20 do 


s 


do 




Davis, Wifliam T. 


18 Farmington 


s 


do 




Davis, Hiram S. 


20 do 


s 


do 


^ 


Evans, George M. 


18 Sweden 


s 


do 




Emerson, James 


35'Stowe 


M 


do 




Eastman, Seth 


23 Lowell 


s 


do 




Fish, David R. 


40 Starks 


s 


do 




Fox, John 


22 Lowell 


M 


do 




GraflFam, Charles H. 


19 Bridi,'ton 


s 


do 




Gray, Marshall 


28 Lovell 


M 


do 




Grover, Almon 


21 Bridgton 


s 


do 




Gilman, Samuel 


27 Lovell 


s 


do 




Gilraan, Elias 


23 do 


M 


do 




Grace, Franklin 


35 


Chatham.NH. 


M 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



511 



Return of Company E, Tivelfth Regiment, ( Continued.') 



Names. 



Hamlin, Algernon 
Hobbs, John F. 
Hammons, John F. 
Humphrey, George W. 
Johnson, Thomas M. 
Jewett, Oliver D. 
Jewett, William H. 
Kenniston, Andrew J. 
Knight, Streeter 
Kenniston, Melville 
Kendall. Nathan W. 
Libby, Nathan G. 
Littlefield, Alexander 
Mace, Cornelius S. 
Manson, Stephen G. 
McAllister, Isaac F. 
McGee, James D. 
Nye, Watson 
Phelps, Alvah B. 
Powers, James 
Potter, Eleason 
Patterson, James 
Pingree, William 
Quincy, Joseph 
Richardson, Aaron 
Sawyer, Barnett U. 
Stearns, James C. 
Stearns, Timothy 
Smart, Marcus M. 
Sargent, Levitt C. 
Safford, Thaxter B. 
Simpson, Albion L. 
Wentworth, Stephen R. 
Wentworth, Benj. 0. 
Wallace, Gilman 



Residence. 



Bridgton 
Lovell 

do 
Temple 
Stowe 
Bridgton 

do 
Fryeburg 
Sweden 
Bridgton 
do 
do 
do 
Farmington 
Lovell 
Stoneham 
Bridgton 
Chesterville 
Bridgton 
Brownfield 
Scarboro' 
Lovell 
Denmark 

do 

Baldwin 

Lovell 

do 

do 

20 I Fryeburg 
Lovell 
Fayette 
Bridgton 
21; Baldwin 
231 do 
18 Stowe 



o«5 


Miistr'd 


1.' u 


into 


g« 


U.S.Ser. 


S 


Nov. 15 


S 


do 


s 


do 


S 


do 


xM 


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 


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 



512 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company E, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Me. Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis. ' De- 
charged, serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 3 
Non-Com. Officers 7 
Musicians & Wagoner 3 
Privates 71 
















3 

7 

3 

71 


Total , 1 84 


1 










84 



Condensed Morning Report, December 1st, 1861. 



Present. 



Foe Duty. 



3 7 74 84 



Sick. 



o;^: 



On 

Special 

Duty. 



In 

Arrest. 



^ 0,, o, g; , ft. 



Absent. 



Sick. 



On 

Special 
Service. 



84 



Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Enoch Knight 
Horace Eastman 
Hamilton S. Lowell 



Marcellus L. Steams 
Seyniore A. Farrington 
Sullivan J. Wiley 



4 Samuel Knijjht 



1 Henry M. Steams 

2 Ephraim H. Riley 
3 1 Henry S. Berry 



Residence. 



27 Captain Bridgton 
29 1st Lieut. 'Lovell 
20i2d Lieut. Windham 



23 [Sergeant 



do 
do 
do 



Corporal 
do 
do 



Lovell 
Fry e burg 

do 
Bridgton 



Lovell 

Bridston 

Denmark 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 



Nov. 15 
do 
do 



Nov. 15 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



APPENDIX D. 



513 



Return of Capt. Seth C. Farrinfjton, Company F, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 fifteenth day of November, 1861. 

SETH C. FARRINGTON, Captain. 









c^ 


MiistrM 




Name^. 


be 


Kesidence. 


C w, 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




Sec 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 










*■ 


Seth C FaiTington, 


25iFryeburg 


s 


Nov. 15 




Abbott Coan, 


27 


Orono 


M 


do 




Edward H. B. Wilson. 


21 


do 


s 


do 




SERGEANTS. 












Freeman H. Chase, 


22 


Lincoln 


s 


do 




Alfred R. Straw, 


28 


Garland 


s 


do 




David B. Chesley, 


19 


Lincoln 


s 


do 




Jeddiah Greenlaw. 


30 


Orono 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Eugene B. Stinson, 


2.5 


Lincoln 


s 


do 




William C Hanson, 


21 


do 


s 


do 




John A. Dicker, 


19 


Orono 


s 


do 




Levi W. Edgerly, 


24 


Exeter 


s 


do 




Marcena C. Gray. 


22 


Orono 


s 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Andrews, James M. 


21 


do 


M 


do 




Adams, Isaiah 


21 


Garland 


s 


do 




Arthurs, Herman C. 


19 


Lincoln 


s 


do 




Arey, Lorenzo 


19 Acton 


s 


do 




Buckley, William 


20 


Orono 


s 


do 




Berry, Stephen G. 


22 


Garland 


s 


do 




Butler, Peter 


32lOrono 


s 


do 




Butler, Oscar 


22 1 Exeter 


s 


do 




Cookson, Calvin W. 


18 


Linneus 


s 


do 


Sick at Portland. 


Cooley, Charles 


18 


Ripley 


s 


do 




Coan, Albert 


21 


Exeter 


s 


do 




Champeon, Jerry R. 


22 


do 


s 


do 




Champeon, William 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Clankay, Joseph 


35 


Orono 


s 


do 




Collier, George 


29 


Alton 


s 


do 




Duplissa, Horatio 


21 


Orono 


s 


do 




Dill, Hiram 


29 


Lincoln 


s 


do 




Estes, Michael 


18 


Orono 


s 


do 




Estes, Stephen 


20 


do 


s 


do 




Estes, Albert 


18 


Shapleigh 


s 


do 




Fox, Samuel 


18 


Garland 


s 


do 




Forbes, Joseph D. 


22 


Bradford 


s 


do 




Foster, Gabriel A. 


27 


Burlington 


s 


do 




French, Robert T. 


37 


Garland 


s 


do 




Garnett, Charles D. 


25 


Woodville 


s 


do 




Garnett, Josiah 


23 


Winn 


s 


do 




Gary, Joseph 


25 


Bradford 


s 


do 




Hill, Luther M. 


21 


Exeter 


s 


do 




Henderson, William 0. 


31 


New Portland 


s 


do 




Huse, William 


18 


Corinth 


s 


do 




Hanson, Aaron 


19 


Lincoln 


s 


do 




Hatch, Joseph 


27 


do 


M 


do 




Hanson, Edwin 


23 


do 


s 


do 




Horton, Joseph A. 


30|Bradford 


s 


do 




Handy, Wesley H. 


22 Garland 


s 


do 




Kingston, Jeremiah 


25|01dtown 


s 


do 




Kennedy, Martin 


22 Orono 


s 


do 




Littlefieid, John 


25 1 Greenfield 


s 


do 




Miller, Eliphalet 


21 


Burlington 


s 


do 





514 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Company F, Tivelfth Regiment^ (^Continued.') 



March, George, "W. 
McPheters, John C. 
Peasley, Aruna E. 
Page, Edwards S. 
Paine, Edwin M. 
Porter, David S. 
Rancho, Maxim 
Eussell, Alonzo 
Russell, Benjamin F. 
Roach, James 
Rowan, John B. 
Stratton, Charles H. 
Stratton, Ira F. 
Seavey, Calvin R. 
Seavey, Cyrus L. 
Sylvester, Allen L. 
Severance, La Grange 
Tarhox, Chandler H, 
Tuck, Enoch L. 
Titcorab, Leonard H. 
Thayer, George G. 
Tibbetts, Franklin 
Towle, Uriah 
Vinal, Martin J. 
Williams, Charles A. 
Walker, Benjamin F. 
Willey, Harrison 
Weeks, ]Mark 
Young, Jerry 
Kimball, Charles 
St. Coolidge, James 



Residence. 



ci: Miistr'd 

'~ into 

SS U.S.Ser. 



21 Ncwburg 
37|Greenfield 

21 Burlington 
do 

34 Orono 

22 01dto\vn 
32JOrono 
19jExeter 
21 do 
18|Charleston 

23 Orono 
19 Chester 
20 ! do 
23 Exeter 
19 do 

18 Dover 
22 1 Bangor 
27 HoUis 
33 Lee 
21 Garland 
21 Chester 
12 Burlington 
27 [Freedom, N, 
24, Orono [H 
21 IGreenbush 



S Nov. 15 



Exeter 

do 
Orono 
Exeter 
18 Lisbon 
22 Byron 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



Previously enlisted. 
Sick at Portland. 



APPENDIX D. 



515 



Recapitulation of Company F, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Me. Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 








Dis- 
charged. 


De- 

serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Killed. 


ers. ceased. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
9 

67 


3 














3 
9 

70 


Total 1 79 


3 ! 


1 i 




82 



Condensed Morning Report, December Ist, 1861. 















Present. 


















Absent. 














On 


In 

Arrest. 








On 






For Duty. 


Sice. 




Special 

DUTT. 




Sick. 


Speciai, 
Service. 








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Present Organization of the Company. 



Names. 



Seth C. Farrington 
Abbott Coan 
Edward H. B. Wilson 



Freeman H. Chase 
Alfred R. Straw 
David B. Chesley 
Jeddiah Greenlaw 



Eugene B. Stinson 
William C Hanson 
John A. Dicker 
Levi W. Edgerly 
Marcena C. Gray 



Residence. 



Captain Fryeburg 
1st Lieut. Orono 
do 



Lincoln 
Garland 
Lincoln 
Orono 



Lincoln 
do 
Orono 

Exeter 
Orono 



21 

22 

28 


2d Lieut. 

Sergeant 
do 


19 


do 


30 


do 


2.5 

21 


Corporal 
do 


19 


do 


24 


do 


22 


do 



Date of 
Rank or 
Appoint- 
ment. 



Remarks. 



616 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL S REPORT. 



Return of Capt. Moses M. Robinson, Company G, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, expressing its condition on the morning of December 1st, 1861, together 
with a record of tiie changes that have taken jilace in the Company since it entered 
the service of the United States, on the fifteenth day of November, 1861. 

MOSES M. ROBINSON, Captain. 





— 




u * 


Mustr'd 




Names. 


6 


Residence. 


C'ao 


into 


Remarks. 




< 




SX 


U.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 












Moses M. Robinson, 


26 


Portland 


S 


Nov. 15 




Stephen B. Pacl<ard, 


23 


Auburn 


s 


do 




William B. Skillin. 


42 


N. Yarmouth 


M 


do 




SERGEANTS. . 












Almon Guy Ward, 


2.3 


Waterford 


S 


do 




William A. Bearce, 


36 


Auburn 


M 


do 




Joseph Tufts, Jr. 


32 


Ivingfield 


M 


do 


Sick in hospital. 


Samuel Patterson, 


20 


Salem 


S 


do 




Enoch Young. 


44 


Yarmouth 


M 


do 




CORPORALS. 












Jesse Vose, Jr. 


22 


Kingfield 


S 


do 




William H. Lovejoy, 


37 


Salem 


M 


do 




Silas B. Woodsum, 


22 


Harrison 


S 


do 




John W. Lombard, 


24 


Windham 


M 


do 




Belcher S. Stewart, 


26 


Salem 


M 


do 




Hubbard C. Moody, 


38 


Dead River 


M 


do 




Melzar W. Chadbourne, 


21 


Waterford 


S 


do 


Sick in hospital 


Dexter B. Brown. 


22 


do 


S 


do 




MUSICIANS. 












John Munroe, 


15 


do 


S 


do 




Robert Lowe. 


40 


N. Yarmouth 


M 


do 




WAGONER. 












Merrill W. Haskell. 


20 


Harrison 


S 


do 




PRIVATES. 












Averill, Eliab 


19 


Wilton 


s 


do 




Billings, Charles L. 


20 


Waterford 


S 


do 




Brown, Samuel L. 


42 


Minot 


M 


do 




Blackstone, Benj. B. 


20 


Pownal 


s 


do 




Blair, William H. 


39 


do 


M 


do 




Briggs, Leonard 


24 


Paris 


M 


do 




Burns, Benjamin 


27 


Embden 


M 


do 




Carter, Edwin 


19 


Bridgton 


S 


do 




Chase, John 


26 


Upton 


s 


do 


Sick in hospital. 


Churchill, Osgood B. 


36 


Oxford 


M 


do 




Clough, John Y. 


27 


Pownal 


S 


do 




Chase, Emerson 


22 


Madrid 


s 


do 




Davie, James S. 


30 


Hebron 


M 


do 




Davie, Samuel H. 


28 


do 


s 


do 




Dodge, Ephraim A. 


18 


Salem 


s 


do 




Dodge, Joseph 0. 


31 


do 


s 


do 




Durrell, Marcellus R. 


19 


Kingfield 


s 


do 




Durrell, Isaac F. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Dudley, Henry H. 


23 


do 


M 


do 




Durgin, Orin A. 


21 


Limerick 


S 


do 




Edson, Charles H. 


21 


Harrison 


s 


do 




Euster, Hildreth R. 


20 


Dead River 


s 


do 


Transferred to Co. L 


Grover, Hazen W. 


18 


Bethel 


s 


do 




Hill, Laban H. 


44 


Sweden 


s 


do 




Hewey, Charles G. 


21 


Embden 


s 


do 




Harden, Orlando E. 


18 


Bethel 


s 


do 




Hall, Francis 0. 


18 


do 


s 


do 




Harmon, John A. 


27 


Harrison 


s 


do 




Holt, Darius 


41 


[Minot 


M 


do 




Holt, James R. 


18 


1 do 


s 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



517 



Return of Company G, Tiuelfth Regiment, ( Continued.^ 



Names. 



Harlow, Nathaniel 
Hayford, liufus S. 
Kilgore, Frank 
Kimball, Emerson 
Kilgore, Edward 
Kenniston, Edward H 
Kneeland, William R. 
Longley, Lewis F. 
Linnell, George W". 
L'ibby, Alvarado 
Loring, William W. 
Longley, Joseph R. 
Lovejoy, John H. 
Marden, Nathaniel 
Mayberry, Randall F. 
Merchant, Joel G. 
Mitchell, Lewis 
Maxim, Henry H. 
Maxim, Albion A. 
Monk, Albion 
Mills, George W. 
McLoon, Charles H. 
McCorrison. Wellington 
McCrillis, William H 
McCrillis, Albert 
Peabody, Ansell S. 
Pike, Alvin 

Reed, William O. 

Reed, Ephraim 

Randall, William D. 

Richards, Ansel 

Steler, William H. 

Stevens, John 

Steler, Silas B. 

Smith, Hendrick 

Smith, Simon G. 

Soper, Calvin 

Shapleigh, Levi J. 

Taylor, Asa M. 

Taylor, Daniel S. 

Taylor, Eben F. 

Usher, Silas B. 

Watson, William W. 

Watson, George L. 

Wood, Charles 0. 

Wight, James P. 

Whitman, Cyphiam 

Vose, Eben F. 

Voter, Laforest 

Young, Robert 



Residence. 



Mnstt'd 

into 
U.S.Ser. 



Buckfield 
Salem 
Stoneham 
Hiram 

Philips 

Sweden 

Waterford 

Lincoln PI. 

Limerick 

N. Yarmouth 

Kingfield 

Salem 

Upton 

Gorham 

N. Yarmouth 

do 
Buckfield 

do 
Paris 
Salem 
Kingfield 
Sumner 
Wilton 

do 
Jackson PI. 
Sweden 
Kingfield 
Walton 
Kingfield 
Salem 
Harrison 
Waterford 
Harrison 
Waterford 
Biddeford 
New Portland 
Yarmouth 
Dead River 

do 

do 

do 
Waterford 

do 

do 
Oxford 
Buckfield 
Kingfield 
Madrid 



llS'JerusalemPl. 



Nov. 15 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Remarks. 



Transferred from Co. A. 
Transferred to Co. B. 



Transferred to Co. L 



" Co. B. 
" Co. L 
" Co. B. 



Transferred to Co. B. 



Transferred to Co. I. 
" Co. B. 



Transferred to Co. I. 



518 adjutant-general's report. 

Recapitulation of Company G, Twelfth Recjiment Infantry, Me. Volunteers. 





Present & Absent. 


Killed. 


Prison- 
ers. 


De- 
ceased. 


Dis- 
charged. 


De- 
serted. 


Trans- 
ferred. 






Fit for 
Duty. 


Sick. 


Total. 


Commissioned Officers 
Non-Com. Officers 
Musicians & Wagoner 
Privates 


3 
11 

3 
67 


2 

1 














3 

13 

3 

68 


Total 1 84 3 














87 



Condensed Morning Report, December \st, 1861. 















PllESENT. 


















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In 








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Present Organization of the Company. 













Date of 




o" 


Names. 


bit 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Rank or 
Appoint- 


Remarks. 












ment. 




1 


Moses M. Robinson 


26 


Captain 


Portland 


Oct. 15 




2 


Stephen B. Pacl<ard 


23 1st Lieut 


Auliurn 


do 




3 


William B. SkiUin 


42 


2d Lieut. 


N. Yarmouth 


do 




1 


Aim on Giiv Ward 


23 


Sergeant 


Waterford 


Nov. 18 




2 


WilUiam A. Bearce 


36; do 


Auburn 


do 




3 


Joseph Tufts, Jr. 


32 


do 


Kinjilield 


do 




4 


Samuel Paterson 


20 


do 


Salem 


do 




5 


Enoch Young 


44 


do 


Yarmouth 


do 




1 


Jesse Vose, Jr. 


22 


Corporal 


Kingfield 


Nov. 18 




2 


William H Lovejoy 


37 


do 


Salem 


do 




3 


Silas B. Woods urn 


22 


do 


Harrison 


do 




4 


John W. Lonibard 


24 


do 


Windham 


do 




5 


Belcher S Sruart 


26 


do 


Salem 


do 




6 


Hubbard C. Moody 


38 


do 


Dead Biver 


do 




7 


Melzar W. Chad bourne 


21 


do 


Waterford 


do 




8 


Dexter B. Brown 


22 


do 


do 


do 





APPENDIX D. 



519 



Return of Capt. John F. Appleton, Company H, Twelfth Regiment Infantry, Maine 
Volunteers, 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 fifteenth day of November, 1861. 

JOHN F. APPLETON, Captain. 







fei 


Vlustr'd 




Names. >= 


» Residence. 


i: M 


into 


Remarks. 


< 




II 


J.S.Ser. 




commiss'd officers. 






John F. Appleton, 2; 


> Bangor 


s 


Nov. 15 




Daniel M. Phillips, 2t 


) Gorham 


S 


do 




George Webster. 2 


J Bangor 


S 


do 




SERGEANTS. 










Caleb Kimball, 2' 


1 Hollis 


S 


do 




La Grange Severance, 2; 


i Bangor 


S 


do 


^ 


Lewis H; Walton, 1 


) do 


s 


do 




Alvin Chandler, 3 


I Barnard 


M 


do 




Samuel D. Atkinson. 2 


I Hollis 


s 


do 




CORPORALS. 










Lewis H. Bradbury, 1 


3 Buxton 


s 


do 




Isaac P. Smith, 2 


I Greenville 


s 


do 




William B. McKinney, 2 


I Kenduskcag 


s 


do 




Edward Parshley, 2 


3 Sangerville 


s 


do 




Harris S. Mason, 1 


8 Lyman 


s 


do 




William M. Berry, 1 


8 Buxton 


s 


do 




Eugene Kingman, 1 


SjDexter 


s 


do 




Franklin Lord. 2 


Detroit 


s 


do 




MUSICIANS. 










Holmes, Tillson, 2 


5 do 


M 


do 




Harrison Smith. 2 


4 Harmony 




do 




WAGONER. 










George P. Underwood. 2 


2 Saco 


s 


do 




PRIVATES. 










Applebee, George W. 2 


2 Detroit 


s 


do 




Abbott, Simon A. 1 


8 Dexter 


s 


do 




Anderson, Frank E. 1 


8 Buxton 


s 


do 




Avery, Thomas H. 2 


3 Acton 


s 


do 




Barnes, William C. 2 


9 Atkinson 


M 


do 




Barney, John 2 


1 Greenville 


s 


do 




Billings, Daniel C. 2 


7 Williamsburg 


s 


do 




Burriil, John R. 2 


1 Corinna 


s 


do 




Bm-ton, George F. 2 


2 Linneus 


s 


do 




Brown, John 1 


8 Hollis 


s 


do 




Butterfield, Lewis W. 3 


1 Lyman 


s 


do 




Cooley, Nelson T. 1 


8 St. Albans 


s 


do 




Cramp, Robert J. 2 


6 Newburg 


s 


do 




Cole, Samuel W. 3 


3 Hollis 


M 


do 




Clair, Jarvis 4 


Bucksport 


M 


do 




Davis, Collostin 1 


8 Pittsfield 


s 


do 




Davis, Spencer 


8 Saco 


s 


do 




Doyle, John 5 


4 Portland 


s 


do 




Eaton, Humphrey W. - 


>4 Buxton 


s 


do 




Fortier, Levi i 


!1 Greenville 


s 


do 




Goodwin, Waldron 4 


U Newfield 


M 


do 




Graffam, Samuel C. i 


22 Corinna 


s 


do 




Gould, Hiram M.